Manure Management
BQA
BQA 2
Nutrition
Food Safety
100

Which state agency is responsible for regulating manure application?

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

100

What does BQA stand for?

Beef Quality Assurance

100

This method of identification typically goes on the hip area.

Branding

100

What does TDN stand for?

Total Digestible Nutrients

100

What is the minimum internal temperature when cooking a steak?

145F

200

What is common to most sensitive areas in manure management plans?

Water

200

When is abuse of cattle acceptable?

Never

200

What does ELDU stand for?

Extra-Label Drug Use

200

This usually happens to the costs per pound of gain as rates of gain increase.

Decrease

200

What is the minimum internal temperature when cooking a hamburger?

160F

300

What is the minimum number of animal units that requires a manure management plan?

300 animal units

300

This method of administration goes just beneath the skin.

Subcutaneous (SubQ)

300

When giving cattle feed additives, this must first be obtained.

Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD)

300

This cost is the single biggest driver of costs in feeding a calf.

Energy Cost

300

What is the maximum temperature when storing raw beef in a refrigerator?

40F

400

Which agronomy cost is minimized when a manure management plan is used?

Commercial Fertilizer

400

What is the highest BCS score given to cattle?

BCS 9

400

This is the least preferred method of administering products to cattle.

Intramuscular (IM)

400

What has been milled out of co-products?

Starch

400

What is the maximum temperature when storing raw beef in a freezer?

0F

500

Which two nutrients are most important in manure management plans?

Nitrogen

Phosphorous

500

Why is it important to follow withdrawal times for drugs given to cattle?

Prevent drug residues in meat

500

In a chute, stop cattle by moving forward this.

Point of Balance

500

Use of this specific type of feed additive can help improve feed conversion.

Ionohphores

500

Why does ground beef need to be cooked to a higher temperature than cuts like steaks or roasts?

To destroy any bacteria embedded in the meat from grinding

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