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5 Matching questions

  1. neonates
  2. % ADF
  3. canine atopic dermatitis
  4. m (standard curve)
  5. non-ruminants
  1. a hindgut/postgastric fermenter; simple stomach that cannot digest fiber as easily; fermentation occurs after stomach; horse
  2. b pig that receives most of its nutrients from sow's milk; iron must be supplemented with iron shots to prevent anemia
  3. c essential fatty acid deficiency that causes poor growth, poor coat quality, and slow healing
  4. d provides estimate of digestibility; increase equals a decrease in digestibility
  5. e slope of line

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. cellulose, lignin
  2. combination of tests to determine the effect of diet on net retention or loss of nutrients from the body
  3. inflammation of lamina withing hoof; high grain feeding>large amount of CHO's>increase in lactic acid production>lower pH>kills other bacteria>endotoxin released>founders
  4. type of forage that is high moisture; cut and chopped in field; fed fresh to animals; grasses, legumes, corn
  5. symptoms include looking at flank, kicking belly, restlessness, violent rolling, listlessness, and sweating

5 True/False questions

  1. Concentratehigh energy supplement to forage; more protein/energy; high cost


  2. Silageproduct of controlled fermentation of high moisture forage; stored in silos; very palatable; commonly made with corn or hay


  3. ureamost common horse diet; good source of energy, highly digestible, bulky


  4. monogastricssimple stomach, no fermentation; humans


  5. Hydrolysisfermentable but not digestible; part of plant