Flashcards in ag quiz 15 Deck (83)
A feed high in carbohydrates and low in fiber.
A transportable resource product with commercial value; all resource products that are Articles of commerce
A person who buys goods or services from other people
Established for the purpose of adding organic matter to the soil. They are usually planted in the winter after harvest?
A female bovine that has had a calf?
Operating systems where animals are confined in buildings or cages?
The process of piling organic matter together so it will undergo chemical changes that make the matter useable for fertilizer?
Planting a different crop than was planted the last year?
Aquatic animals with a rigid outer covering, jointed appendages and gills.
A flower that has been harvested by cutting it off with the stem attached.
Pertaining to products that are derived from milk. Also, a farm where cows are kept for milk production?
The complete sequence of events that occurs within a combustion engine?
Any plant that has been planted, tended harvested and improved?
An animal with parents of a different breed?
Artificial cooling, either by the application of ice or utilizing the principle of the laten heat of evaporation?
A substance derived from the stomachs of calves and used in the process of cheese making?
The root zone, the area where microorganisms are most active in increasing the availability of nutrients for plants.
a cutting taken from a plant root for the purpose of growing a new plant?
A short tool used to measure lines?
The process of moving the exhaust gases from the cylinder of an engine?
The embryo of a plant?
A substance that will kill some plants and have little to no effect on other plants?
Reproduction through the means of the uniting of gametes?
A feed made from chopped and fermanted corn?
Breeds of animals that are used primarily as sires in a crossbreeding system?
Wood from a Conifer tree?
The coarseness of fineness of soil?
A tool used for laying out lines and angles?
A beef animal that weighs around 700-800 pounds that needs additional growth before entering a feedlot?