Animal husbandry mcq questions for all competitive exams

Animal husbandry most important questions for all competitive exams Part – 2

  1. Mammary glands are modified

(a) Cutinous gland

(b) Oil gland

(c) Dermis gland

(d) Sudoriferous

  1. For production of 1 ml of milk…. blood passes through udder ml of

(a) 200

(c) 400 – 500

(b) 100 – 120

(d) 300-450

  1. Mammary glands originate from

(a) Endoderm

(b) Ectoderm

(c) Mesoderm

(d) All of these

  1. Initiation of milk secretion is called

(a) Lactogenesis

(b) Galactogenesis

(c) Galactopiosis

(d) None

  1. Galactopiosis is

(a) Milk secretion

(b) Maintenance of lactation

(c) Milk let down

(d) Ceasing of lactation

  1. Hormone responsible for milk let down

(a) Oxytocin

(b) ACH

(c) LH

(d) PTH

  1. Hormone for milk secretion

(a) Oxytocin

(b) ACH

(c) Prolactin

(d) TSH

  1. Best method of milking is

(a) Stripping

(b) Full hand

(c) Knuckling

(d) All

  1. Mating of related individual with 4-6 generation is known as

(a) Inbreeding

(b) Line breeding

(d) Out crossing

(c) Close breeding

  1. Mating of unrelated pure bred animals within the same breed is

(a) Cross breeding

(b) Out crossing

(c) Close breeding

(d) Inbreeding

  1. Mating of animals of different breeds known as

(a) Line breeding

(b) Cross breeding

(c) Out crossing

(d) Inbreeding breeds

  1. When two crossed alternatively is known as

(a) Criss crossing

(b) Triple crossing

(c) Back crossing

(d) None

  1. When three breeds are crossed in rotational manner

(a) Triple crossing

(b) Back crossing

(c) Criss crossing

(d) None

  1. Mating of a cross bred animal back to one of the pure parent is

(a) Inbreeding

(b) Triple crossing

(c) Back crossing

(d) Line breeding

  1. Roughage contain moisture upto

(a) 15-20%

(b) 5 – 10%

(c) 10-15%

(d) 20 – 25%

  1. Crude fibre in roughages

(a) > 18%

(c) > 25%

(b) > 30%

(d) >35%

  1. TDN in crude fibre is

(a) < 60%

(b) < 65%

(c) < 50%

(d) 52%

  1. Succulent feed contain moisture upto

(a) 40 – 60%

(b) 45 – 55%

(c) 30 – 40%

(d) 60 – 90%

  1. Digestible crude legume fodder is protein (DCP) in

(a) 4-5%

(b) 6 -9%

(c) 2.5-3%

(d) 3 – 4%

  1. DCP in non legume crop is

(a) 3-5%

(b) 0.5 – 1%

(d) 2-3%

(c) 1-2%

  1. Moisture content in hay

(a) 10-12%

(c) 20 – 25%

(b) 15-20%

(d) 60 – 65%

  1. TDN in legume fodder is

(a) 10-15%

(b) 15-30%

(c) 30 – 40%

(d) 40 – 50%

  1. Size of calving box is

(a) 200-250 sq ft

(b) 100-150 sq ft

(c) 50-100 sq ft

(d) 150 200 sq ft

  1. Goat’s share in milk production in India is

(a) 2.9%

(c) 10%

(b) 5%

(d) 15%

  1. Biggest and majestic goat breed in India

(a) Beetal

(c) Barbari

(b) Jamnapari

(d) Surti

  1. Jamunapari is native of

(a) Haryana

(b) Punjab

(c) West Bengal

(d) U. P.

  1. Saanen breed is native of

(a) U.S. A.

(c) Africa

(b) Switzerland

(d) U.K

  1. Duration of oestrus in goat is

(a) 12

(c) 48 – 36 hr

(b) 15 – 18 hr

(d) 24 48 hr

  1. Nutrient conversion efficiency for milk production of a dairy cow is

(a) 40%

(c) 38%

(b) 45%

(d) 42%

  1. Nutrient conversion efficiency for goat

(a) 38%

(b) 42 %

(c) 45 71%

(d) 40 – 45%

  1. Castration done at the age of goat
    (a) 2-4 weeks

(b) 3-5 weeks

(c) 4-6 weeks

(d) 3-4 weeks

  1. Chemical used for dehorning is

(a) Na Cl

(b) Caustic potash

(c) Oxalic acid

(d) Na OH

  1. Feed conversion ratio (kg feed/kg live wt. gain) in pig is

(a) 3 kg

(b) 5 kg

(c) 4 kg

(d) 7 kg

  1. Large white Yorkshire is breed of

(a) Sheep

(b) Goat

(c) Pig

(d) Horse

  1. Puberty in pigs comes at

(a) 1 yr

(b) 6 – 8 months

(c) 1-1.5 yr

(d) 16 19 months

  1. Oestrus cycle in pig

(a) 21 days

(b) 42 days

(c) 19 days

(d) 15 days

  1. Gestation period for swine

(a) 120 days

(b) 105 days

(c) 114 days

(d) 100 days

  1. Rhode Island Red is native of

(a) France

(b) Italy

(c) USA

(d) England

  1. Most popular poultry in USA

(a) Plymouth Rock

(b) New Hempshire

(c) Rhode Island Red

(d) Brahma

  1. Leghorn is

(a) Mediterranean class

(b) Asiatic class

(c) English class

(d) None

  1. World’s No. 1 egg producer

(a) New Hempshire

(b) Leghorn

(c) English class

(d) Rhode Island Red

  1. Crop is equivalent to

(b) Gizzard

(a) Stomach

(c) Small intestine

(d) Cloaca

  1. Largest organ of the body of poultry

(b) Gizzard

(a) Crop

(c) Cloaca

(d) Duodenum

  1. Largest gland in the body of fowl is

(a) Ovary

(b) Liver

(c) Spleen

(d) Pancreas

  1. Egg production starts in poultry at the age of

(a) 52 months

(c) 4 months

(b) 3 2 months

(d) 6 months

  1. Age of broiler

(b) 4-6 weeks

(a) 8-12 weeks

(c) 10 – 12 weeks

(d) 1 – 2 weeks

  1. Finest wool in Rajasthan produced by

(a) Magra

(c) Nali

(b) Sonadi

(d) Chokla

  1. Tallest breed of sheep in India

(a) Nellore

(c) Sonadi

(b) Deccani

(d) Nali

  1. Dual purpose breed of sheep

(a) Nali

(b) Magra

(c) Mandya

(d) Chokla

  1. Most popular fine wool breed of world

(a) Rambouillet

(b) Lincoln

(d) Merino

(c) Corriedale

  1. Lincoln is native of

(a) Switzerland

(b) Australia

(d) Mexico

(c) Libya

  1. Sheep breeding depends mainly on

(a) Season

(c) Environment

(b) Age

(d) None

  1. Sheep is

(a) Polyestrus

(b) Monoestrus

(c) Biestrus

(d) None

  1. Ringing practiced in

(b) Goat

(a) Sheep

(c) Camel

(d) Poultry

  1. Two humped camel is known as

(a) Camelus bacterianus

(b) Camelus lamr

(c) C. dromedarius

(d) None

  1. Heat in camel is known as

(a) Musth

(c) Goulla

(b) Heat

(d) Pali

  1. Gestation period in horse is

(a) 336 days

(b) 310 days

(c) 140 days

(d) 145 days

  1. Which part lacking in stomach of camel ?

(a) Abomasum

(b) Omasum

(c) Rumen

(d) All

  1. Stomach of camel has how many parts?

(a) 3

(b) 2

(c) 4

(d) 1

  1. Horse is a

(a) Ruminant hoofed

(b) Non ruminant hoofed

(c) Even toed hoofed

(d) Odd toed hoofed

  1. Most common grass for animal feeding in Rajasthan

(a) Sewan

(c) Boor

(b) Dhaman

(d) Makra Grass

  1. Browsing is common feature of

(a) Horse

(c) Cow

(b) Sheep

(d) Goat

  1. Gestation period of sheep is

(a) 120-140 days

(b) 112 – 120 days

(c) 135 days

(d) 145 days

  1. Life span of cattle

(a) 10

(c) 20 15 yr 25 yr

(b) 15 – 20 yr

(d) 25 30 yr

  1. Life span of horse

(b) 15 20 yr

(a) 10 – 15 yr

(c) 20 – 30 yr

(d) 30-40 yr

  1. Seasonal breeders are

(a) Cow

(b) Goat

(c) Buffalo

(d) Sheep

  1. CSWRI located at

(a) Jaipur

(b) Varanasi

(c) Avikanagar

(d) New Delhi

  1. Maximum number of yaks are found in

(a) India

(b) USA

(c) China

(d) Greenland

  1. Shape of RBC is

(a) Round

(b) Biconcave

(c) Sickle shaped

(d) Rectangular

  1. Immunity is caused by

(a) Lymphocytes

(b) Basophils

(c) Eosinophils

(d) All

  1. Ongole is a breed of

(a) Cow

(c) Goat

(b) Buffalo

(d) Sheep

  1. Mainly draught breed of cattle is

(a) Gir

(c) Amrit Mahal

(b) Sahiwal

(d) Kankrej

  1. Siri mostly found in

(a) Darjeeling

(c) J & K

(d) A. P.

(b) Rajasthan

  1. Mechanism of heat tolerance is found in

(a) Goat

(c) Cow

(b) Buffalo

(d) Fish

  1. Buffalo meat contain white fat as

(a) Carotene converted to Vitamin A

(b) RBC

(c) Xanthophyll dominant

(d) Yellow pigment

  1. Silent heat dominant in

(a) Goat

(b) Sheep

(c) Buffalo

(d) Cow

  1. Colostrum feeding necessary for

(a) Increasing protein

(b) Easy to digest

(c) Disease resistance

(d) All

  1. Colostrum prevent against

(a) Calf scour

(b) Night blindness

(c) Navel ill

(d) All

  1. Temperature required for artificial vagina in buffalo

(a) 41 °C

(c) 45 °C

(b) 39 °C

(d) 32 °C

  1. Temperature for artificial vagina in cow

(a) 41°C

(c) 32°C

(b) 39 °C

(d) 45 °C

  1. Diluent for preservation of buffalo semen is

(a) Alcohol

(b) Acetone

(c) Citric acid whey

(d) All

  1. Best pH for semen preservation

(b) 7.4

(d) 6.8

  1. Conception rate in A. I.

(a) 35%

(b) 55%

(c) 58 -75%

(d) 100%

  1. Average period of lactation in buffalo

(a) 145 days

(b) 175 days

(c) 281 days

(d) 332 days

  1. Conversion of spermatid into spermatozoa is

(a) Spermatogenesis

(b) Spermiogenesis

(c) Oogenesis

(d) All

  1. Number of egg formed from 1 pri oocyte is

(a) 1

(b) 2

(d) 4

(c) 3

  1. Nurse cells for sperm is called

(a) RBC

(b) Sertoli cells

(c) WBC

(d) All

  1. Puberty in calf at age of

(a) 8 months

(b) 6 months

(c) 1 year

(d) 1.5 year

  1. Corpus luteum starts to regress in

(a) Estrus

(b) Proestrus

(c) Metestrus

(d) Diestrus

  1. Shortest period of estrous cycle is

(a) Estrus

(b) Procesturs

(c) Metestrus

(d) Diestrus

  1. Average fertile life of an egg

(a) 12 24 hr

(c) 3-4 days

(b) 1-2 days

(d) 1/2 day

  1. Ovum produce

(a) Fertilizin

(b) Zona lysin

(c) Hyaluronidase

(d) All

  1. The most suitable temperature for separation of cream by centrifugal cream separator is

(a) 15 °C

(b) 20 °C

(c) 30 °C

(d) 40 °C

  1. The moisture content of paneer is not less than

(a) 70 %

(c) 60 %

(b) 65%

(d) 55 %

  1. Legal standard for SNF (solid not fat) content of sheep and goat milk is

(a) 8.0 %

(b) 8.5 %

(c) 9.0 %

(d) 9.5%

  1. Specific gravity of milk fat is

(a) 0.85

(b) 0.93

(c) 1.03

(d) 1.05

  1. The fat content of double toned milk is

(a) 0.5%

(b) 1.5%

(c) 3.0%

(d) 4.5%

  1. The fat content of cream should to be less than

(a) 25 %

(c) 45 %

(b) 35%

(d) 55 %

  1. The fat content of plain ice cream

(a) 8%

(b) 10 %

(d) 14%

(c) 12 %.

  1. Protein in milk exists in the form of

(a) Emulsion

(b) Solution

(c) Colloidal

(d) None of these

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