What is the primary definition of disease in farm animals?
A deviation from their normal state
A seasonal change
A type of food they consume
A type of shelter they live in
Which of the following is NOT a factor predisposing farm animals to diseases?
Which symptom is commonly associated with respiratory diseases in farm animals?
What can excessive tearing in the eyes of farm animals indicate?
Reduced milk production
What should farmers do to minimize the risk of disease in farm animals?
Avoid providing clean water
Keep animals isolated from each other
Implement proper biosecurity measures
Reduce ventilation in animal shelters
What is the most common sign of gastrointestinal problems in farm animals?
What is a key factor that can lead to weight loss in sick farm animals?
Isolation from the herd
Which factor is NOT considered when discussing factors predisposing farm animals to diseases?
Age and health status
Market demand for animal products
What is the primary function of farm animal vaccinations?
To increase appetite
To improve coat quality
To reduce the risk of disease
To promote social behavior
Which of the following is a neurological symptom that farm animals may exhibit when unwell?
Tremors or seizures