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FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS

Animals in good health are well ..............................,well ..................... and well.............................

To prevent animals falling ill, a good farmer..............................them..............................

If an animal has a contagious disease, the farmer keeps it ..............................and asks advice from the..............................

A good farmer chooses his..............................to have fine offspring.

He keeps a..............................book for information about each animal.

He chooses a good................................which will pass good to all the young of the herd

The male animals which are not kept for breeding are..............................

A good farmer also organizes the sale of his . .. .....

He sells animals that are too..............................which do not fatten any more.

With other farmers of the village he forms a..............................

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

Can the qualities of the male pass on to its young?

What is a parasite?

What is pregnancy

When an animal has an injury, what do you do?

Why must your herd be vaccinated?

What do you do when you have an ill animal?

Explain to a friend why you only keep one good male to a herd.

Explain to your friends why you must get together to sell your animals.

Did this course on animal husbandry (Booklets Nos. 8 and 9) interest you?

What is most useful to you?