Second Term Examination Agricultural Science Basic 8 (JSS 2)

 

 

CRN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL – JSS 2

 

SECTION A — OBJECTIVES

Answer all questions

 

1 ________________________ structure can facilitate the production processes in the farm.

{a} Production

{b} Processing

{c} Utility

{d} Maintenance

 

2 Workshops for maintaining farm tools and implements are called ________________________ structures.

 

3 The overall records and coordination of all the activities going on is done in ________________________.

 

Relevant links:

Second Term Examination Agricultural Science Basic 1 (JSS 1)

Second Term Examination Agricultural Science Basic 9 (JSS 3)

 

4 The cereal among the following crops is ________________________.

{a} beans

{b} barley

{c} yam

{d} cocoa yam

 

 

5 ________________________ are grasses and legumes prepared mainly for livestock feeding.

{a} Hay

{b} Straw

{c} Silage

{d} Forage

 

6 ________________________ have high nutritive value because they are important sources of nutrients.

{a} Roughage

{b} Concentrates

{c} Folder

{d} Hay

 

7 ________________________ Are feeds which have high fibre content and less digestible.

{a} concentrates

{b} Straw

{c} Roughage

{d} Hay

 

8 Succulent grasses, legumes and green plants freshly stored in air tight container is ________________________.

{a} hay

{b} silage

{c} chaff

{d} straw

 

9 Grasses, legumes, cereals and root crops which are freshly grown for grazing is ………………………………………………………

{a} fresh forage

{b} silage

{c} folder

{d} straw

 

 

10 ________________________ are grasses, legumes and other plants cut, dried and stored for feeding livestock.

 

11 The sum total of food required by an animal for a day is ________________________.

 

12 ________________________ is the amount of food given to farm animals to maintain them when they are not doing any work.

 

13 One of the factors to be considered before deciding animal feed is ________________________.

 

14 The disorder of the body or mind of animal is called ________________________.

{a} pest

{b} disease

{c} parasite

{d} worms

 

 

15 ________________________ is a disease affect cattle caused by tsetse fly.

 

16 Worms are the same thing as ________________________.

{a} fungi

{b} protozoa

{c} helminthes

{d} virus

 

17 ________________________ is a disease that cannot be seen with an ordinary microscope.

 

18 Fungal diseases are caused by________________________.

 

19 Bacterium diseases are caused by ________________________.

{a} virus

{b} bacteria

{c} fungi

{d} protozoa

 

20 Ultra microscopic organism means. ________________________.

 

 

SECTION A – THEORY

ANSWER FOUR{4} QUESTIONS IN ALL . 

 

1 Explain the following types of farm structures and buildings.

(I) Production structure

(ìí) Processing structure

(iii) Farm office

(iv) Maintenance structure

(v) Farm building

 

2a Explain the factors to be considered before deciding animal feeds. At least three (3) factors.

2b List four (4) forms of animal feeds.

 

3 Explain the following

(I) ration

(ii) production ration

(iii) balanced ration

(iv) maintenance ration

(v) hay

 

4a Define farm animal diseases and pests.

4b State four{4} ways of preventing animal diseases.

 

5a Write a short note on the following.

(I) Virus

(ii) Trypanosomiasis

(iii) Tsetse fly

(iv) Three ways of controlling trypanosomiasis

(v) Helminthes

 

 

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