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ASI 7.01

Classify Animal Feeds

TermDefinition
Chemical element or compound that aids in the support of life Nutrient
Amount & kind of feed given to an animal daily Ration
Contains high fiber Roughage
Less fiber Concentrate
Hay, pasture grasses & silage Roughage
Grain plant & animal proteins, processed by-products Concentrates
This should fit the amounts & kinds of nutrients an animal needs based on the status or function of the animal Ration
Basic nutrient requirements to keep vital body processes functioning Maintenance
This function of a ration will increase the size of bones, muscles, organs and connective tissue Growth
This function of a ration is concerned with milk, eggs, wool, muscle, etc. Production
This function of a ration will relate to gestation, parturition & lactation Reproduction
Most livestock animals do not work, but police dogs and ranch horses will fall into this function category Work
The storage of a nutrient not used for other functions will fall into this category. Fattening
This function has to be met before any other function will work. Maintenance
This nutrient will be the main source of energy in animal feeds. Carbohydrates
This nutrient will have 2.25 times the energy value of carbohydrates. Fats & Oils
At body temperature, ____________ are solid. Fats
At body temperature, oils are _____________. Liquid
This organic compound is made up of amino acids. Protein
These are trace organic compounds. Vitamins
These are inorganic compounds and are needed in SMALL amounts. Minerals
40-80% of an animal's body Water
The most commonly grown grain in the US Corn
An animal in the fattening or lactating status would need additional _________ in their diet. Fat
A plant source of protein will typically have this as the second word. Meal
This nutrient will be designated by a letter. Vitamins
Dissolves other nutrients and carries them to different parts of the body and is a vital factor in nutrition. Water
Reduces feed dust and improves palatability. Molasses
Created by: elizabethfarmer
 

 



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