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Agriculture Spring Final Exam
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What does AFNR stand for?
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
American Agriculture is the worlds largest _______________ industry.
the knowledge around us
What metal revolutionized agriculture across the world?
How long does it take to ear a bachelors degree? An associates degree?
4 years and 2 years
The agricultural industry is made up of how many major areas? What are these areas?
supplies and services
marketing and processing
What skills are necessary for ag careers?
responsibility, communication, team work, honesty
What is biosecurity?
managing risk and ensuring the production of disease free animals and foods
What are the colors of FFA
National Blue and Corn Gold
What is the FFA motto ?
Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve
What is the first line of the FFA motto?
Learning to do
Define real world experience
conducting an activity in the daily routine of society
An SAE for students who want to make a profit would be called what?
SAEPs are planned where?
at home, school classroom, and at job with employer
Is life knowledge apart of the FFA mission statement ?
Who wrote the FFA creed
What are memberships available to the FFA
active, collegiate, alumni
Is national membership offered by the FFA
What is the largest part of a speech?
What are the three segments of a speech?
introduction, body, conclusion
What are the building blocks of parliamentary procedure
What is the purpose of the motion to adjourn
to close the meeting
what is the purpose of the motion to recess
to provide small break
What is the official book of parliamentary procedure?
Robert's rules of order
How is the gavel used in a meeting?
call the meeting to order
adjourn the meeting
What is a subsidiary motion?
alters, changes, or disposes of a main motion
What is the name of the breed that has long curved upwards horns that spread to more than 4 feet?
Which hog has a white belt that encircles the forepart of the body ?
Where a pigs notched?
How long is a hand used to measure horses?
What percentage of horses are owned for personal pleasure ?
What breed of cattle ranks first in dairy production?
Light horses are mainly used for what?
riding , racing, or driving
Sheep are commonly classified by their
Which breed of cattle is more registered than any other breed?
A ruminant has how many compartments to its stomach?
what percentage of dairy cow are of the holstein breed?
Which horses are named by the length of the early racetracks ?
A nonruminant has how many compartments to its stomach?
Define animal science
science of animal growth, care and management
Which plant parts are vegetative?
stems, roots, leaves
needed in large amounts
need in smaller amounts
What are micronutrients sometimes called?
The study of functions and the complex chemical processes that allow plants to grow
This process is a series in which light energy is converted into chemical energy in the form of a simple sugar
The union of pollen and the stamen
How many elements are essential for plant growth?
study of insect life
the study of growing ornamentals , fruit, and vegetables
study of soils and field crops
growing and managing living things in water
science of plants
What is known as topsoil?
What nutrient is not found in fertilizers?
What are historical methods of food preservation?
drying, curing, salting
Is freezing a historic method of food preservation?
What is the oldest form of food preservation?
Saws with fine blades that are excellent for delicate and intricate cutting
Employers are required to report fatalities and catastrophes to OSHA within ___________ hours
One of the most common grounding systems used for protecting against accidental electrical shock is the __________ system
When welding what is the color of the oxygen hose
Which of the following must be included with every shipment of hazardous wastes?
Material safety data sheet
One of the major value of the wetlands is that they
remove impurities from the water
What is apart of the natural resource industry?
wetlands, rangelands, and wildlife
Is hydroponics apart of the natural resource industry?
Is oil a renewable resource?
Define a renewable resource
a resource that can potentially last as long as the sun is around because t can be renewed fairly rapidly through natural processes
The three layers of the soil profile are
topsoil, subsoil, bedrock
cuts small grain
removes cotton seed form the cotton fiber
source of power for belt driven machines
cuts, turns, and lifts soil
farming and ranching
Agriscience Processing, Products, and Distribution
hauls, grades, processes, packages, and markets commodities from production sources.
design, use, operation, maintenance, service, selling of power units, machinery, equipment, structures in agriscience
growing, managing, and harvesting trees
Agriscience supplies and services
Selling supplies to agencies that provide services for people in agriscience
The use of science principles in producing food, fiber, and shelter materials
the practical application of science
the study of life
the science of animals
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