General Awareness- One Liners
1- The inability of cow to normally calve due to postural abnormalities is called Distocia.
2-The type of farming in which income from a single source does not exceed more than 50 % is Diversified Farms.
3- The critical temperature for Indian cattle is 95 degree F.
4- The quantity of water required to produce one kg milk is 2-3 kg.
5-The phenomenon by which the progeny will exhibit extra vigour than the parents is called Heterosis.
6-Ovulation in cow occur 12-15 hours after the end of oestrus.
7- The longest phase of the oestrus cycle is called Dioestrum
8- The temperature of liquid nitrogen used for storing frozen semen is -196 degree Celsius.
9-The period from fertilization to parturition is called Period of gestation.
10-Colostrum has to be fed to the calf within half hour after birth.
11- The new method of identification of cattle is Cryo branding.
12- For converting a bull calf to bullock, castration has to be done at the age of 2-3 years.
13- Vitamins which are synthesized in the rumen are B complex Vitamin.
14-The thumb rule for feeding concentrate to cattle is 400 g/litre of milk.
15-The whiteness of the milk is contributed by Casein.
16-The average freezing point of milk is 0.55 degree Celsius.
17- The fat content of Butter should be 80%.
18- The fat content of standardized milk and toned milk is 4.5 and 3 %.
19-The normal temperature of cattle is 38.6 Degree Celsius.
20-The deficiency of A and D. vitamins leads to nutritional cause of infertility.
21-Test for mixing of crow and buffalo milk is Hensa test.
22-Brucellosis, Hemorrhagic septicaemis and Anthrax are bacterial diseases.
23- The acid that is added to coagulate milk to make Paneer is Citric Acid.
24- The aseptic packing technique under which milk can be kept at room temperature for many weeks is Tetra packing.
25-The average specific gravity of milk is 1.032.
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