Animals
Safety Tips
Diseases
Working with Animals
What Do You Do?
100

This animal rules the coop.

What is a rooster

100

Handlers must pay close attention to the _____ signals that an animal displays.

What is behavorial

100

Zoonotic diseases are those that can be transmitted directly from ________ to humans.

What is animals

100

Sharp edges, slippery floors and improper lighting and other structural hazards are responsible for many __________.

What are accidents

100

You are going to check cattle in pastures, this is what you do before you leave home.

What is tell someone where you are going

200

This sting venom contains proteins that affect skin cells and the immune system, causing pain and swelling.

What is a bee

200

When working with animals they need to have your __________ attention at all times.

What is complete

200

This zoonotic disease looks like clear or scaly area inside a ring. The color ranges from red to white skin.

What is ringworm

200

If you want the cow to move forward you should approach her in this zone behind her point of balance.

What is the flight zone

200

You are deer hunting in a pasture, a bull starts running towards you.

What is look for an escape

Ex: climb a tree

300

This animal gets very protective during breeding season. They can use their head to hit you.

What is a ram

300

________movements are never a good idea, regardless of the species or breed involved.

What is sudden

300

This disease attacks the nervous system and is fatal if developed.

What is rabies

300

More pets are lost on this holiday than any other day of the year.

What is the 4th of July

300

Farm animals have hard hooves so you should wear this kind of shoes.

What is hard toed shoes or boots

400

Each year this mammal is responsible for 5% of animal related injuries to humans.

What is a beef animal

400

Animals can be ____________ when they are under stress or in an unfamiliar environment.

What is unpredictable

400

_________ are bacteria that can live in the intestinal tract of many different animals. It can make both people and animals sick.

What is salmonella

400

If you hear a rattle don't jump or panic. Try to located where the sound is coming from before you react so you don't step on this animal.

What is a rattlesnake

400

Livestock work better when you do this.

What is remain calm and quiet

500

Their kicking force is estimated to be 2000 psi with an average speed of 200 miles per hour.

What is a horse

500

It is recommended to maintain a ______ work environment you should keep all animal handling equipment in good working order.

What is safe

500

Humans can catch bovine _________ through unpasteurized milk or dairy products from an infected cow, buffalo, goat or sheep, or inhaling bacteria breathed.

What is tuberculosis

500

This cow can't see you when you are in the red zone.

What is blind spot.

500

The ram in the ewe pen has you cornered in the bale feeder, what do you do?

What is wait for help to arrive.

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