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Champion Choice Management SWINE MANAGEMENT NEXT What is the ideal market hog weight today? A 200-240 pounds B 210-250 pounds C 220-260 pounds D 230-270 pounds A B C D

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- A 200-240 pounds
- B 210-250 pounds
- C 220-260 pounds
- D 230-270 pounds

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The pork industry is selling most products without the bone. The result has been to increase average market weights of 40 pounds over the past 30-40 years. The average market weight today is 260 pounds.

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- A Improves Sanitation
- B Limit tail biting
- C Makes pig prettier
- D No demand for hog tail

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- A 120 days
- B 160 days
- C 200 days
- D 365 days

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- A Parasites
- B Worms
- C Lice
- D All the above

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Ivomec dosage for market size hogs is 1 cc per 75 pounds.

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- A 3 pounds of feed per pound of hog marketed.
- B 4 pounds of feed per pound of hog marketed.
- C 5 pounds of feed per pound of hog marketed.
- D 10 pounds of feed per pound of hog marketed.

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Whole herd includes all the feeds that pigs, sows and boars have eaten.

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- A Improve growth
- B Increase muscle
- C Decrease fat
- D All the above

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- A 12-14%
- B 14-16%
- C 18-20%
- D 24-26%

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- A Multiply times .74
- B Subtract 26
- C Divide by 5, add 15, multiply times 1
- D Divide by .74

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- A. Multiply times 2.74
- B. Add 3
- C. Multiply times 4
- D. Add 5

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- A. Corn and Soybean Meal
- B. Corn and medication
- C. Milo and Wheat
- D. Oats and Soybeans

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- A. 50-75 head
- B. 75-100 head
- C. 150-200 head
- D. 250-300 head

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- A. 1 pound of feed per pound gain
- B. 3 to 1
- C. 5 to 1
- D. 7 to 1

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- A. .3 - .5 tenths of an inch
- B. .6 -.9 tenths of an inch
- C. 1.0 - 1.2 inches
- D. 1.5 -2.0 inches

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- A. Left
- B. Right

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- A. Phosphorus
- B. Potassium
- C. Nitrogen
- D. Iron

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Hog manure is high in Phosphorus, average in Nitrogen, and low in Potassium.

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- A. The antibiotic will take 10 days to work
- B. This animal will have a drug residue for 10 days
- C. You must not sell this animal for human consumption until the withdrawal period is over.
- D. The animal must be withdrawn from stressful activities for 10 days.

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- A. Atrophic Rhinitis
- B. Pastueralla Pneumonia
- C. Psuedorabies
- D. Erysipelas

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- A. Transmissible Gastroenteritis
- B. Transmissible E-coli
- C. Salmonella
- D. Texas Swine Flu

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- A. Cat toxemia disease
- B. Mystery Swine Disease
- C. Leptospirios
- D. Uterine Toxemia

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- A. Lung condition
- B. Chronic ileitis's
- C. Crooked Nose
- D. Poor carcass quality

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- A. Atrophic rhinitis
- B. A feeder poorly adjusted
- C. The flu
- D. A bad truck wreck

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- A. True
- B. False

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- A Total numbers of teats
- B Total numbers of teats including pin nipples
- C Total numbers of functional teats one side at a time (left side first)
- D Teat count (right side first)

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- A. A flat appearing teat with the end of the nipple at skin level.
- B. A small teat between two normal teats.
- C. A abnormally large, coarse teat.
- D. A teat turned inside out leaving the appearance of a hole in the underline.

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- A. A huge coarse teat.
- B. A teat half the size of a normal nipple and does not function.
- C. A flat blunt teat.
- D. A normal teat that gives only half as much milk.

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- A. A very small nipple.
- B. A large, flat, coarse teat.
- C. A teat at the rear of the udder turned out.
- D. A teat turned inside out leaving a small hole in the underline.

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- A. 10%
- B. 25%
- C. 45%
- D. 90%

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- A. The open rib gives an oval shape to aid in getting from laying to standing position.
- B. Adds space for more pigs.
- C. Improves fertility.
- D. All the above.

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- A. Makes them prettier to attract the boars
- B. Improves femininity and fertility.
- C. Improves ability to eat feed off the floor.
- D. Improves durability.

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- A. Delay puberty.
- B. Increase distance between teats for additional mammary tissue.
- C. Improves balance
- D. Improves soundness

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- A. 114 days
- B. 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days
- C. 150 days
- D. Both A and B

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- A. 1 month
- B. 1 week
- C. 2 weeks
- D. 3 weeks

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- A. True
- B. False

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- A. 6 months
- B. 1 year
- C. 1 1/2 years
- D. 2 years

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- A. 1 day
- B. 5 days
- C. 2 weeks
- D. 1 month

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- A. 1 B. 3 C. 9 D. 27

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What notch is this...

A. 1 B. 3 C. 9 D. 27

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What notch is this...

A. 1 B. 3 C. 9 D. 27

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What notch is this...

A. 1 B. 3 C. 9 D. 27

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What notch is this...

A. 81 B. 3 C. 9 D. 27

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- A. Front
- B. Rear

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The rear legs allow the sow to lower herself in the crate and immediately raise back up if pig gets trapped. The sow holds the boar up with the rear. The boar stands on his rear to breed the gilt

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- A. Walking
- B. Laying to Standing

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The ability to get from laying to standing is much more important than walking. Those females that can get up and down without incident eat and drink more often which converts to improve growth, milk production, and longevity.

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- A. 44
- B. 33
- C. 22
- D. 11

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- A. Sense of Hearing
- B. Sense of Eye sight
- C. Sense of smell
- D. odor

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- A. 102
- B. 105
- C. 98.6
- D. 87.4

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- A. Simple stomach (single stomach)
- B. Stomach with 4 compartments
- C. No stomach
- D. Without horns

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- A. Labor
- B. Farrowing
- C. Calving
- D. Lambing

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- A. 5 gallon
- B. 1 pint
- C. 3 tablespoons
- D. None (hogs don’t sweat)

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- A. Sound of a cat
- B. Porcine Resulting Response Syndrome
- C. Pig Rear Rotating Syndrome
- D. Porcine Reproductive Respiratory Syndrome

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- A. 180 degrees
- B. 90 degrees
- C. 160 degrees
- D. 45 degrees

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- A. 18 - 21 days
- B. 2 - 3 hours
- C. 2-3 days
- D. Forever

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- A. 114 days
- B. 18-21 days
- C. 28 - 30 days
- D. 5 months

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- A. 3 cc’s
- B. 5 cc’s
- C. Syringe full
- D. Half a bottle

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- A. 100-150 pounds
- B. 2 - 4 pounds
- C. 40 -60 pounds
- D. 230 - 260 pounds

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- A. 1 year
- B. 8-10 months
- C. 5-7 months
- D. 2-4 months

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Crossbred’s will reach puberty about a month earlier. Heterois or crossbreeding speeds up sexual maturity.

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- A. Cut their feed
- B. Move, Mix, haul, boar exposure
- C. Crowd (increase number in pen)
- D. Increase feed

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- A. Wean
- B. Flush
- C. Vaccinate
- D. Parasite treatment

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- A. Just as she starts to stand
- B. 12 hours after standing heat and every 24 hours while in heat.
- C. Check the moon
- D. Anytime

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- A. 10 days
- B. 2-4 days
- C. 18-24 hours
- D. 2 hours

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- A. Potassium
- B. Calcium
- C. Phosphorus
- D. Iron

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- A. Colostrum
- B. 2%
- C. Chocolate
- D. Cream

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- A. Respiratory defect
- B. Difficulty farrowing
- C. The act of farrowing
- D. Underline defect

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- A. Respiratory defect
- B. Difficulty farrowing
- C. The act of farrowing
- D. Underline defect

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- A. Time of milking and raising pigs
- B. Time from conception to farrowing
- C. The time during estrus
- D. A form of farrowing crate

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- A. Time of milking and raising pigs
- B. Time from conception to farrowing
- C. The time during estrus
- D. A form of farrowing crate

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- A. A breeding system
- B. Method of using boars in breeding
- C. Transferring of pigs to even litter size
- D. Transfer of pigs to improve herd immunity

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- A. Small sharp tusk like teeth pigs are born with.
- B. Upper teeth found on boars that excrete hormones.
- C. Tusks on old boars
- D. Baby teeth

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- A. Improve the pig’s smile
- B. Improve sanitation
- C. Protect pigs from scratching each other and the mother udder.
- D. Helps the pigs nursing.

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- A. Sleepy baby pigs
- B. A disease causing pigs to sluggish at birth
- C. Shaky pigs at birth
- D. Pigs born dead

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- A. Selemiun
- B. Trytophan
- C. Lysine
- D. Canicola

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- A. A
- B. B
- C. D
- D. E

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- A. 3-4 months
- B. 2-3 months
- C. 2-4 weeks
- D. 3 days

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A sow averages 9 pigs weaned per litter and has

2.2 litters a year. The hogs were sold at an

average weight of 260 pounds. Each hog ate

700 pounds of feed at .07 cents a pound.

- How many pigs did the sow wean this year?
- A. 22.4
- B. 15.8
- C. 19.8
- D. 12.3

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A sow averages 9 pigs weaned per litter and has

2.2 litters a year. The hogs were sold at an

average weight of 260 pounds. Each hog ate

700 pounds of feed at .07 cents a pound.

- How many pounds of pork was marketed from this sow?
- A. 4,851 pounds
- B. 6,123 pounds
- C. 3,890 pounds
- D. 5,148 pounds

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A sow averages 9 pigs weaned per litter and has

2.2 litters a year. The hogs were sold at an

average weight of 260 pounds. Each hog ate

700 pounds of feed at .07 cents a pound.

- How many pounds of feed does the sow’s offspring eat?
- A. 13,860 pounds
- B. 14,312 pounds
- C. 11,560 pounds
- D. 16,460 pounds

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A sow averages 9 pigs weaned per litter and has

2.2 litters a year. The hogs were sold at an

average weight of 260 pounds. Each hog ate

700 pounds of feed at .07 cents a pound.

- What did the feed cost that the sow’s offspring ate?
- A. $790.20
- B. $970.20
- C. $840.40
- D. $516.80

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