-Specimen A:
(i) Wooden feed troughs are commonly used to provide feed and forage to livestock animals such as cattle, horses, sheep, and goats
(ii) Wooden feed troughs are particularly useful for feeding young or bottle-fed animals
(iii) wooden troughs can also be used as watering stations for animals.

-Specimen C:
(i) Chicken wire mesh is often used in gardens to protect plants from animals, such as rabbits, squirrels, and other small pests
(ii) Chicken wire mesh is extensively used for constructing enclosures and fencing for poultry, including chickens, ducks, turkeys, and other birds
(iii) Chicken wire mesh can be used to construct compost bins or compost enclosures.

(i) Wood can attract pests such as termites, ants, or rodents, which can cause damage to the feed troughs.
(ii) wood can absorb moisture and bacteria making it difficult to clean and sanitize
(iii) wood can crack and splinter creating sharp edges that can injure the birds
(iv) wood can be more expensive than other materials like plastic or metal
(v) wood can break down over time and require frequent replacement.
(vi) Wooden feed troughs are susceptible to damage and deterioration over time, especially in the presence of moisture, humidity, and exposure to animal waste

(i)it has lightweight and easy to move and clean
(ii) it is durable and long-lasting
(iii) it is resistant to moisture and bacteria
(iv) it is relatively cheap compared to other materials like metal.

(i) it is strong and durable providing protection from predators
(ii) it allows for good ventilation while also keeping birds contained
(iii) it is relatively cheap and easy to work with.
(iv) It is easy to clean
(v) It can be easily moved about

-Guine pigs


(i) Cleaning and disinfecting the brooder
(ii) Ensuring adequate ventilation
(iii) Adjusting the temperature of the brooder
(iv) Providing a clean water supply
(v) Implementing strict biosecurity measures to prevent diseases
(vi) Inspecting the brooder area for signs of potential hazards.

(i) Opening of the beaks wide and pant to dissipate excess body heat
(ii) Spreading of the wings to increase airflow.

(i) Huddling close together to conserve body heat
(ii) Fluffing of feathers to create a layer of insulation to retain body heat.

(i) Exhibit a calm and contented demeanor
(ii) They move around freely exploring their surroundings.

(i) Leads to air pollution
(ii) Increased fire risk
(iii) Poor temperature control
(iv) Inefficient fuel consumption
(v) Ash and residue accumulation

(i) Used to provide artificial lighting in animal production facilities
(ii) Used for brooding day-old chicks
(iii) Used as a supplemental heat source in animal housing
(iv) Used to provide localized heat in specific areas
(v) Helps to maintain the circadian rhythm in animals.



(i) Preparing the hide or skin
(ii) Tanning
(iii) Dyeing
(iv) Conditioning
(v) Finishing

(i) Making shoes belts bags and other accessories.
(ii) Upholstering furniture and car seats.
(iii) Making jackets coats and other fashion items.
(iv) Making gloves and sports equipment such as footballs and baseball gloves.
(v) Making book covers wallets and other small leather goods.

(i) Food: The Africa giant land snail is a nutritious and tasty delicacy enjoyed by many people in Africa and other parts of the world.
(ii) Medicine: The snail is used in traditional medicine for treating various ailments.
(iii) Environmental indicator: The presence of the snail in an ecosystem indicates a healthy ecosystem with a well-balanced food chain.

(i) Production of sperm cells: The testes produce and store sperm cells that are necessary for reproduction.
(ii) Production of testosterone: The testes produce testosterone a hormone that is responsible for the development of male sexual characteristics and the regulation of the male reproductive system.


(i) Control overpopulation of male animals: Castration can help to control the population of male animals and prevent unwanted breeding.
(ii) Improve meat quality: Castrated animals generally have better meat quality than intact animals since castration decreases aggressiveness and may reduce the risk of boar taint in male pigs.

(i) Used in the application of insecticides
(ii) Used in the application of disinfectants
(iii) Used for the vaccination of animals
(iv) Used in controlling harmful weeds
(v) Used in the application of deodorizers.

(i) Use protective clothing when spraying
(ii) Do not smoke, eat or drink when spraying
(iii) Do not use it when it is windy
(iv) Do not spray against the wind direction
(v) Never blow to clear the blocked nozzle with the mouth.

(i) Protein
(ii) Fat

(i) It helps meet their nutritional requirements and promote overall health.
(ii) It helps regulate the digestive process and maintains healthy gut flora
(iii) It helps reduce waste and promotes sustainable practices
(iv) It promotes mental stimulation allowing them to engage in natural behaviors
(v) It adds variety and enhances the taste of their feed.

Identification of farm animals

(i) Cattle
(ii) Sheep
(iii) Goat
(iv) Pigs
(v) Horses.