AHTC 1110: Large Animal Equipment! Trivia Questions Quiz

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AHTC 1110: Large Animal Equipment! Trivia Questions Quiz

Animals need specialized care, and this includes having some rest time and exercises too. Some people have large animals but do not know how to take care of them effectively and which Equipment. they can use on them and how. The quiz below is from the Ahtc 1110: Large Animal Equipment. Take it up and get to review the topic.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    This horse has on a [Blank] with a [Blank] (lead rope). (Answer ___/___)
  • 2. 
    This piece of equipment is used to better control a riled up horse or stallion. It is a [Blank]. It can be used over the nose or across the gums, however you must be careful to avoid injury.
  • 3. 
    The piece of equipment is used when performing a procedure on a horse in order to distract the horse. The chain is placed around the upper lip and twisted until tight. It is a [Blank].
  • 4. 
    This piece of equipment is used in cattle and focuses attention to its nose. It is used to help control the head for procedures or for leading the cow. It is [Blank].
  • 5. 
    This piece of equipment is used around the upper jaw of pigs and tightened to allow control of the head. It is an [Blank].
  • 6. 
    The piece of equipment in the photo is a [Blank] (the brand shown is a Hot Shot) and is used to shock down cattle to get up by delivering an electrical stimulation to the hide of the animal.
  • 7. 
    This piece of equipment is used on cows to tie the animals chin. it is tightened UNDER the cows chin. It is a [Blank].
  • 8. 
    This piece of equipment is placed in the nasal septum of bulls and used with a halter to lead and control bulls. It is a [Blank].
  • 9. 
    A cow is run thru the chute and the head is cause in the [Blank]. It confines the cow while procedures are being done. 
  • 10. 
    This portion of the headgate prevents the cow's body from moving laterally. It is a [Blank'.
  • 11. 
    This piece of equipment is used with cattle to administer a bolus of medication. It is placed at the back of the mouth, over the tongue, and the plunger is pushed and the tablet is dispensed. It is metal or plastic and comes in different sizes. It is a [Blank].
  • 12. 
    This piece of equipment is used with horses or cattle to deliver large doses of oral medication or to rinse the mouth out well. It is a [Blank].
  • 13. 
    This piece of equipment is used to place a stomach tube into a cow in order to prevent the tube from being chewed on. It is a [Blank].
  • 14. 
    The piece of equipment being placed in this calf is a [Blank] and is used to administer large amounts of fluid. They are larger and firmer than a naso-gastric tube.
  • 15. 
    This piece of equipment is used in horses and is passed through the nostril and down into the stomach. It is used to administer large amounts of fluid. It is also smaller and more flexible than the bovine stomach tube. It is a [Blank]. Although it can be lift in place, epistaxis is a common complication of placing the tube. 
  • 16. 
    This piece of equipment is used mainly with cattle and allows quick delivery of medication/liquid through a stomach tube. It is placed in a pail of liquid and the handle is pumped up and down to force fluid into the tube. It is a [Blank].
  • 17. 
    This piece of equipment is used with calves and foals to aid in feeding. It is an [Blank].
  • 18. 
    This piece of equipment is used with cattle to deliver preset amounts of medication to multiple animals. It comes in different sizes, some with vaccine bottle attachments. It is a [Blank].
  • 19. 
    This piece of equipment is reusable (autoclave) and a catheter or needle is attached at one end and fluids or medication is attached to the IV set. It is delivered by gravity. It is a [Blank].
  • 20. 
    The piece of equipment being used in the photo is a [Blank] and requires ground leveling to get a proper read. The height is measured in hands from the whithers to the ground.
  • 21. 
    The piece of equipment being used in the photo is a [Blank]. 
  • 22. 
    This piece of equipment is used with cattle to puncture the rumen. It allows gas to escape to relieve bloat. They can be plastic/metal and straight/screw type. They are [Blank].
  • 23. 
    This piece of equipment is used with horses during "choke" in which food is stuck in the trachea and they can't breathe. It is surgically placed into the trachea to maintain a patent airway. It is a [Blank].
  • 24. 
    This piece of equipment is used to cut a small hole in the skull or sinus cavity. It is a [Blank].
  • 25. 
    This piece of equipment functions the same as the smaller version but is more durable and take larger swaths of hair at a time. It is [Blank].
  • 26. 
    This piece of equipment is used to protect the arm during rectal palpation or other similar procedures. It is a [Blank].
  • 27. 
    This piece of equipment is a plastic, washable coverall worn during calving to keep clothing protected. It is also available in pants and jacket combo. It is a [Blank].
  • 28. 
    This product is a caustic paste applied to the horn buds of young calves. They should be kept away from their mothers to prevent udder burns and should not be applies if it is raining, as it would cause burns to eye tissues.
  • 29. 
    This piece of equipment is a hot iron that burns a ring around the horn to prevent horn growth and is only used in young cows (newborns). It is a [Blank].
  • 30. 
    This piece of equipment is used on smaller horns and scurs. The horn is placed in the center of the blades and then handles are opened to gouge out the horn. It is called a [Blank]. (A.K.A. gouge dehorner)
  • 31. 
    This piece of equipment is used to saw off horns. It is composed of [Blank] and handles.
  • 32. 
    Type question here. Example: Practice makes you [Blank]
  • 33. 
    This piece of equipment is used to take larger pieces of the hoof off when trimming the hooves. They are [Blank].
  • 34. 
    This piece of equipment is used with horses and cattle to file and smooth the hoof after trimming. It is a [Blank].
  • 35. 
    These tools are used with horses to pare the sole while trimming the hoof. They are [Blank].
  • 36. 
    This piece of equipment is used with horses and cattle to look for any pain sensation in the hoof. It is a [Blank].
  • 37. 
    This piece of equipment is used to nip off the needle (canine) milk teeth of piglets. They are [Blank].
  • 38. 
    This piece of equipment is used in horses to remove wolf teeth at the time of gelding. It is a [Blank].
  • 39. 
    This kit contains pieces for a [Blank] wolf tooth elevator.
  • 40. 
    This piece of equipment is a [Blank].
  • 41. 
    This piece of equipment is placed on the horse with the adjustable strap over the head, behind the ears, and the plastic tubing around the muzzle. When the horse hangs its head due to sedation, the rope on the halter nose piece will be looped around an overhead beam to keep the head up. It is a [Blank].
  • 42. 
    This piece of equipment is used with horses to rasp off sharp points, hooks, and ramps, to file off overgrown canine teeth and to smooth and shape the occlusal surfaces of the molars and incisors. They come in a variety of angles and sizes to allow easier access to parts of the mouth. It is a [Blank].
  • 43. 
    This piece of equipment serves the same purpose as a dental float but is electric. It is a [Blank].
  • 44. 
    This piece of equipment is called a [Blank] and is used to keep a sedated/non-sedated horse's mouth open during dental procedures. The incisors rest on metal plates and they are opened and locked into place.
  • 45. 
    This piece of equipment is used for horses to float their incisor teeth. It is a [Blank] (gag).
  • 46. 
    This piece of equipment is used for horses and cattle to keep the mouth open for various procedures. It is a [Blank] (gag).
  • 47. 
    This piece of equipment is used with cattle and horses to keep the mouth open for various procedures. It is a [Blank].
  • 48. 
    This piece of equipment is a [Blank] and is used with cattle to keep their mouth open. They are either used for the left or right side of the mouth and the molars nest in the grooves at the top and bottom of the gag. 
  • 49. 
    This piece of equipment is a [Blank] and is inserted into the teat to maintain patency during severe mastitis or physical damage. They can be metal or plastic.
  • 50. 
    This piece of equipment is a [Blank] and is used to remove tumours or adhesions from the teat canal.
  • 51. 
    This piece of equipment is used to sample each teat to grade for evidence of mastitis using the proper reagent. It is a [Blank].
  • 52. 
    This piece of equipment is used with bulls to electrically stimulate a bull to ejaculate. Semen is collected in a collection cup. It is an [Blank].
  • 53. 
    This piece of equipment is used to measure the circumference of the testicles and the number is used in the scoring of semen samples and requirements for shows. It is a [Blank].
  • 54. 
    This piece of equipment is used for hors semen collection. It is an [Blank] and is used alongside a heated collection container (AKA artificial vagina).
  • 55. 
    This is an [Blank] and is attached to the feet of a calf to aid in difficult births.
  • 56. 
    This is an [Blank] and hooks onto the OB chains for easier handling and grip when pulling calves and during c-sections. 
  • 57. 
    This piece of equipment is used in difficult deliveries to pull calves easier. It consists of poles, a strap, and a jack. It is a [Blank].
  • 58. 
    This is a [Blank] and is attached to a calf's head during a difficult delivery.
  • 59. 
    This is a [Blank] and is used to cut a dead fetus which enables it to be removed from the uterus. It is threaded with gigli wire and handles are attached to the wire and is then used to saw the fetus.
  • 60. 
    This is a [Blank] which is a type of suture needle threaded with either umbilical or vaginal tape. It is used to suture in rectal, vaginal, or uterine prolapses to prevent a re-prolapse.
  • 61. 
    This piece of equipment is used in horses to cut the scrotum for castration. Testicles are pushed up to the top of the scrotal sac and a slit is exposes the testicles for castration. It is a [Blank].
  • 62. 
    This tool is an [Blank] for horses after use of a newberry knife to cut the cords above the testicles. It first crushes and then cuts the cords.
  • 63. 
    This is a [Blank] and is used to castrate without cutting the scrotum of ruminants. It is placed above the testicles, one side at a time, and the cords and blood supply to the testicles are then crushed. This is all done externally. 
  • 64. 
    This is an [Blank] and is used in young calves. It applies a rubber ring around the top of the scrotal sac and castrates by cutting off the blood supply. It can also be used for docking tails in lambs.