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Precision Agriculture was established for what type of agriculture?
Domestication allowed humans to do everything BUT:
rely heavily on a hunting-gathering lifestyle
What was the first animal domesticated
What is the purpose of naming a companion animal?
Emotional attachment and connection
What categorizes a true bond between owner and companion?
Recognize their owner
What animal commonly blurs the line between companion and working animal?
Who were pets for originally?
Which of the following is not a consequence of pet ownership?
improved social skills
What was Robby's Law in 2000?
Changed retirement provisions
Which is NOT a use for a dog during World War I?
travel long distances
Which of the following is an act of deliberate warfare?
Deprivement of opponents of resources
What is food security?
When all people have access to safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life
What is the most important action that makes working military dogs equal to their handlers and other soldiers?
Access to the medvac (medical evacuation)
What was the major issue with horse trains?
Added to the load which made it heavier
During World War II what unusual animal was taken to move large loads?
What is NOT a common breed of herding dogs?
What type of animal was NOT classified as a draft animal?
What about the Newfoundland breed makes them efficient in search and rescue?
Excellent swimming ability
What is NOT a common draft animal welfare concerns?
Which animal was once a main source of power, but has now mostly been replaced by machines?
How does the role between humans and animals change in regards to service animals?
the animal's role becomes above the human
Which legislation states that service animals may not be discriminated against?
fair housing act
During the evacuation of a disaster how can the roles of the human and service animal potentially change?
The life of the service animal can be prioritized because the human's life is dependent on it.
Which is NOT a reason why miniature horses are a better choice of service animal for some people?
Can easily lay down in a car or plane because of their small size
Which of the following is NOT a difference between service animals and emotional support animals?
Both require the same amount of intense training
The role of animals in facilities for entertainment has ___ in our lives over time.
Which of the following activities is NOT a zone present in the rodeo?
In the 1700's, when menageries (zoos) were first introduced, they were primarily used for ___?
private and only for the wealthy
Exotic animals were once seen as a symbol of ______.
Which of the following does NOT happen to zoo animals when they are no longer needed?
Used as working animals
What tactics are NOT by breeders to ensure success in their fighting dogs?
Forcing their dogs to witness other animal fights
When did the role of horses switch from working to companion/recreation in the US?
What makes the roles of horses unique, compared to roles of other companion animals?
they not quite pets, not quite livestock
What is Afghanistan's national sport?
Due to the overpopulation of wild mustangs, what is NOT one of controversial issues associated with managing these populations?
adopting horses as companion animals
Why were horses so important to humans pre-mechanization?
They were used for heavy lifting, like hauling goods
Which of the following is NOT true about meat animals raised under controlled conditions:
Raised in a relatively "open" area
Global meat production has been ____ over the past 50 years.
Question 3: In industrial livestock production systems:A) Mortality increases,
\Which of the following is true about the Hiefer International:
provide domesticated animals to those in need,
What is a disadvantage of a small holder?
Potential Disease Risk
What are growers primarily using agrotourism for?
Why is it hard for small holders to maintain biosecurity?
Limited Veterinary Involvement
What does LBM stand for?
Live Bird Market
What is cultured meat made out of?
Animals adult muscle donor cells
What are two characteristics of fiber?
Sustainable and does not require slaughter
Which of the following plant based fibers requires the most amount of natural resources?
Which type of sheep produces wool with the greatest value?
Fine wool sheep
Which event caused the need for synthetic fiber?
What is NOT one of the four fundamental steps in creating leather?
What zoonotic disease has very resistant, hard to kill bacteria?
How can Avian Influenza transmit to humans?
Birds to swine then swine to human
How does foot and mouth disease affect animals?
What was one major effect of The Black Death in 1340s Europe?
Killed half the human population
Which is not a symptom of rabies?
Which is NOT a part of the Emergency Disease Response Cycle?
What zoonotic disease is lethal 100% of the time it is inhaled
a serious or unforeseen circumstance requiring immediate action is:
which does not define a disaster?
which of the following is not apart of the emergency management cycle?
Who determines whether to keep your animals inside your own stable, barn, or other structure?
Use your own judgement, based on whether there is a shelter available
Major disaster declarations in the United States are:
What role of the Incident Command System is responsible for monitoring costs and pays employees?
Finance and administration
What level of protection requires an inner and outer layer and an air source?
What is the concept of "stamping out"?
Depopulating susceptible species to limit spread of disease
Under this organization, samples are sent to Ames Island for disease detection:
National Veterinary Surveillance Lab
What is USDA most preferred way of disposing of a potentially diseased animal carcass?
Which disaster led to increase in promotion of pet evacuation plans?
What are the three P's recommended for evacuation?
Pets, Pills, Pictures
What is the least effective way to identify your companion animal?
What should not be included in an animal evacuation kit?
Exotics bring particular care concerns during emergencies. Which is NOT an answer
What is a CAFO?
Confined Animal Feeding Operation
What is the relationship between manure and water tables?
Manure can leach into high water tables
What act identifies the EPA as the group responsible for maintaining/improving the nation's air quality and identifies key hazardous pollutants?
Clean Air Act
Using relocation as a method of mitigation for excess manure, which of the following is accurate?
Manure needs to be concentrated for effective movement.
Many livestock have been switched from pasture to ______ diets, which is leading to an increase in nutrients in manure.
Corn and Soybeans
Ammonias biggest impact on the environment is?
How does the trend of methane production change over time?
decreases as number of cows increase
Name one solution to decrease ammonia in the atmosphere.
How does particulate matter impact swine?
What chemical substance would have an odor described as "pungent"
What animal produces hydrogen Sulfide?
Which gas is Colorless and Lighter than air?
In regard to animal welfare, scientists should design protocols that when possible...
Use the smallest sample size and lowest type of animal possible
What form of testing should a scientist use in an experiment when it's possible
Which of the following is NOT a reason why animals are used for research on human diseases?
humans can't be used in experiments
Which of the following is NOT one of the 3 R's?
Which of the following is an alternative to animal testing?
Which of the following is an example of in vivo?
Artificial Insemination (AI)
Which animal was insulin first isolated from?
What does the IACUC stand for?
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
When the number in population ______, genetic variability ______
what was the first animal cloned?
Which of these is a positive impact of human control over breeding?
Advancements on Cloning
Intentional manipulation of DNA for disease resistance or production performance is called
what type of dog breed as a result of selective breeding is at a higher risk for respritory issues?
Which of the following is NOT true about animal welfare?
Human interests should not overrule animal interests
What did the California proposition #2 prohibited?
The confinement on a farm of pregnant pigs, calves raised for veal, and egg-laying hens in a matter that does not allow them to move freely.
Shelter: Which of the following is NOT a generally accepted component of a proper animal shelter?
Size is defined by the amount of animals present in the given facility
Legislation: Which of the following is not a part of the regulations set forth by the Animal Welfare Act?
Regulates how animals are slaughtered
Why does welfare at the end of life remain a challenge?
Determining the severity of suffering (is this the right time)
Which of the following are NOT one of the five freedoms?
Freedom to regular exercise and physical activity
Which of the following is NOT claimed as an advantage of California Proposition 2?
Quality of cage free eggs will go up
What change have big companies (walmart, chipotle, mcdonalds, etc.) pushed for their meat suppliers to make?
Antibiotic free meat
The increase in consumerism has ____ regards for animal welfare.
After WWII, egg laying hens were switched from the floors of barns to
Which of the following is not true about the terms "responsibly raised" or "naturally raised"?
Requires third party certification
Due to the consumer demand for "antibiotic free" labels, many companies are raising chickens without antibiotics, These AB free chickens have _____ mortality rates and decreased feed conversion rates
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