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Report
Arizona Quality Assurance
Challenge
Created By: Brent Strickland and Bob Peterson
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
Special Thanks to Matt Hamlyn for permission to use the game board frame
It’s In the
Numbers
Feed Bag
Health
Safe and
Secure
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Responsibility
Round Up
Up for
Grabs
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1-100
How many Good Production
Practices does AZ Quality
Assurance follow?
1 - 100
1-1-A
8
1-200
What is the recommended length
of time for an isolation period?
In days.
1 - 100
1-200A
30
1-300
How many gallons of water does a
finishing pig need each day?
1 - 100
1-300A
4
1-400
How many gallons of water will a
finishing steer drink each day in hot
weather?
Give the range.
1 - 100
1-400A
15 – 22
1-500
A 1,200 pound steer will
produce a ______ pound carcass.
(be within 30 pounds)
1 - 100
1-500A
750
1 - 100
2-100
The two types of digestive systems
in meat animals are?
1 - 100
2-100A
Ruminant
Monogastric or Simple Stomach
2-200
What is ad libitum feeding?
1 - 100
2-200A
Ad libitum feeding
is providing an animal access to
feed all the time.
2-300
What are the three major food
hazards that the USDA is most
concerned with meat products
1 - 100
2-300A
1. Microbial Contamination
(bacteria)
2. Chemical Contamination
(residue medication)
3. Physical Hazards (broken
needles)
2-400
How long should you keep a copy
of your feed tag?
1 - 100
2-400A
One year
2-500
What is this an example of?
1 - 100
2-500A
Injection Site Damage
1 - 100
3-100
The three most common types of
injections are?
1 - 100
3-100A
Subcutaneous
Intramuscular
Intravenous
3-200
What are the three physical needs
of your animal you need to
constantly need to be concerned
with?
1 - 100
3-200A
1. Proper Feed
2. Clean and Plentiful Water
3. Good Environment
What two main factors affect the
quality of stored medication?
3-300
1 - 100
3-300A
1. Temperature
2. Air or moisture
3-400
How would you respond if you
were asked how you would prove
that you are providing a safe animal
to the end user?
1 - 100
3-400A
With records of each animal
including
Feed
Medication
Additives,
Etc.
3-500
Reusing needles may cause injury
because
1 - 100
3-500A
Dull or bent needles may cause
bleeding, bruising or scarring.
Needles may break off in the
animal.
1 - 100
4-100
The object of a biosecurity plan is
reduce the risk of what three
elements from being introduced to
your project?
1 - 100
4-100A
Diseases
Parasites
Pests
4-200
The first line of defense in a
biosecurity plan is to separate
healthy animals from what?
1 - 100
4-200A
Other animals with
unknown health
4-300
What are three ways
disease can be spread?
1 - 100
4-300A
Animal to animal contact
Through animal waste
Air movement (aerosol) animal
microorganisms
4-400
What two basic instincts does an
animal have when it senses danger?
1 - 100
4-400A
Fight or Flight
4-500
Disease organisms are allowed to
reach harmful levels when what is
allowed to build up?
1 - 100
4-500A
Manure
1 - 100
5-100
Your neighbor tells you to give
lamb medicine to your pig to make
him feel better. This is called..
1 - 100
5-100A
Off Label Use…
Illegal!!!!
5-200
How can you be a good citizen at
the fair?
1 - 100
5-200A
Be involved, Be responsible, Be
helpful.
5-300
What is herdsmanship?
1 - 100
5-300A
Taking proper care of your animal
and being responsive to questions
by livestock officials and the
general public during livestock
events.
5-400
What is Salmonella?
1 - 100
5-400A
A bacteria found in undercooked
food. Bad news for you if you eat it.
Be responsible and cook your food
properly.
5-500
When you are administering
medicine to your animal, be sure to
check the ________ time of the
drug.
1 - 100
5-500A
Withdrawal
1 - 100
6-100
Youth Exhibitors need to be
certified in Quality Assurance every
_________ years.
6-100A
1 - 100
3
6-200
You give a medication straight into
an animal’s vein. This is called an
__________ Injection
1 - 100
6-200A
IV
(Intervenous Injection)
6-300
A substance that remains in an
animal’s tissue after that animal has
been treated with that substance is
called
1 - 100
6-300A
Residue
6-400
Proper bedding does what two
things for your animal?
1 - 100
6-400A
Controls Temperature
and Sanitation
6-500
The state department responsible
for oversight of livestock
production
1 - 100
6-500A
Arizona Department of Agriculture

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