Farming quiz questions and answers uk
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How much do you know about farm animals?
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Welcome to Mother Nature Network, where curiosity rules and living well is the goal. If Old McDonald invited you to visit the farm, would you be able to hold up your end of the conversation? Test your knowledge of farm animal trivia. Llamas are naturally protective of their flock and guard llamas will defend sheep, alpacas, hens and other livestock from predators like coyotes and foxes. Along with making distinctive alarm calls, they will even run at and kick dangerous intruders. Pigs have sophisticated communication skills, are great at solving problems, and can even work together to escape from their pens. Even more so than dogs and certainly [more so than human] 3-year-olds.
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Agriculture is the production, processing, marketing and use of foods, fibres and by-products from plant crops and animals. In the UK, agriculture accounts for about five percent of the economy. The main crops that are grown are wheat and barley whilst the main animals that are farmed are cattle, pigs and poultry. There are two kinds of cattle farming - dairy and beef. Dairy cattle provide us with milk, which is also turned into cheese. Farmers sometimes plant winter crops to reduce erosion and prevent leaching of nutrients. They plant the winter crops in autumn, the crops grow a little before it becomes too cold, then when the weather warms up and they start to grow again, they can be harvested or simply ploughed back into the soil to increase its fertility.