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EXPO: WAEC Animal Husbandry Questions and Answers 2022/2023 – Theory and Objective (OBJ)


EXPO: WAEC Animal Husbandry Questions and Answers 2022/2023 – Theory and Objective (OBJ).

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WAEC Animal Husbandry Questions and Answers

The West African Examinations Council is an examination that is for all the west African country (Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Gambia).

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Welcome to free WAEC Animal Husbandry Questions and Answers 2022 expo Portal. We provide solution to our readers on theory and OBJ (paper 1 and paper 2), before and during exam.

See Also: WAEC Timetable

WAEC Animal Husbandry ExposThursday, 19th May, 2022.

  • Animal Husbandry (Alternative B) 2 (Essay)** › 13:00 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
  • Animal Husbandry (Alternative B) 1 (Objective)** › 15:00 hrs. – 15:40 hrs.

We hereby inform all our readers and candidates that this WAEC Animal Husbandry expo for 2022 exam is free for all.




WAEC Animal Husbandry Questions and Answers

(i) It must have enough space for snails to graze freely.
(ii) It should be able to protect snails against predators, poachers, and insect infestation.
(iii) It must be easily accessible for carrying out management activities.
(iv) It must be well ventilated and provided with adequate shade.

(i) toad
(ii) rodents
(iii) chipmunks

(i) ticks
(ii) lice
(iii) maggots

(i) Observe all the biosecurity measures so as to prevent disease outbreaks
(ii) Take up-to-date records of every activity and inventory on the farm.
(iii) Give appropriate vaccines and medicines to the animals 
(iv) Replace any damaged or expired production material with good ones.

(i) It has a short beak.
(ii) It has a bright and bulging eyes.
(iii) It has bright red comb and wattles.
(iv) It has a broad flexible pelvic bones.
(v) It must have a Short clutch.
(vi) There is absence of broodiness.
(i) Increases population of desirable breed.
(ii) Genetic diversity of animals is increased.
(iii) Introduced breed can bring about rapid improvement of local breed.

(i) New diseases could be introduced.
(ii) New pests/parasites could be introduced.
(iii) New animal may be susceptible to local.


(i) It can lead to loss of species variety.

(ii)It does not have control over genetic mutations.

(iii)It brings about discomfort to animals.


(i) Linebreeding

(ii) Outcrossing

(iii) Inbreeding

(iv) Self-pollination


(i)crop plants with better yields.

(ii)ornamental plants with particular flower shapes and colours.

(iii)farm animals that produce more, better quality meat or wool.

(iv)dogs with particular physiques and temperaments, suited to do jobs like herd sheep or collect pheasants.


(i) It has a short beak.

(ii) It has a bright and bulging eyes.

(iii) It has bright red comb and wattles.

(iv) It has a broad flexible pelvic bones.

(v) It must have a Short clutch.

(vi) There is absence of broodiness

(i) Controlling traffic in and around livestock area
(ii) By sanitising boots
(iii) By proper handling of tools and work clothing
(iv) By rendering the host insusceptible

(i) Animal factor eg contact with one another
(ii) Client factor
(iii) Environmental factor
(iv) Veterinarian factor

(i) It causes stress in animal cause by bite
(ii) It leads to loss of blood which can result to death
(iii) It also leads to loss of production eg poor meat and hide(skin) quality

(i) By application of acaricides directly to the animal host
(ii) By applying tick grease, oil or dripping compound
(iii) By applying pyrethroid insecticides

(i) Dyhdration
(ii) Mild depression
(iii) Loss of weight
(iv) Decrease in appetite


(ii)Large Intestine
(iii)Small intestine

(i)Inventory record
(ii)Sales record
(iii)Production record
(iv)Purchase record

(i)For farm auditing
(ii)For procurement of loan
(iii)Wheather profit or loss is made
(iv)For taking management decision

(i) consumption of feed
(ii) preying farm animals
(iii) destroying plastic equipment

(i)Use of snap traps
(ii)use of glue board
(iii)use of rodenticide




WAEC Paper Types and Exam Format

Note that the question will come in three different papers as paper 1, Paper 2 and paper three.

The Paper 1 is the OBJ paper which is made up of objective questions which is known as multiple choice questions. Candidates are required to choose only one correct option in this section.

Paper 2 is the Animal husbandry essay paper which is made up of theory questions which requires detailed answers.

Generally, candidates are to answer all questions in the paper one and selected number of questions as indicated in the Paper two.

WAEC Animal Husbandry OBJ Questions and Answers 2021 Samples

1. Which group of these products is obtainable from pigs?

I. Bacon

II. Chevon


  1. I & II
  2. I & III
  3. II & III
  4. I, II & III

2. Which of this animal is not a ruminant farm animal?

  1. Goat
  2. Rabbit
  3. Cattle
  4. Sheep

3. Which of these is a Male reproductive hormone?

  1. estrogen.
  2. oxytocin
  3. testosterone.
  4. relaxin

4. Which of these organs is used for excretion in farm animals?

  1. Small intestine
  2. Pancreas
  3. Oesophagus
  4. Kidney

5. From conception to parturition period in livestock is called?

  1. fertilization.
  2. lactation.
  3. gestation.
  4. ovulation.

WAEC Animal Husbandry Theory Questions and Answers Samples

1. Mention 3 organs involved use for carrying out each of the following body functions:

  • (i) reproductive.
  • (ii) excretory;
  • (iii) digestive;

(b) Give brief Explanation to the function of each of the systems listed in (No.1) (a) above.

(c) Explain the term “Newcastle disease” in poultry farming under the following categories:

  • (i) two preventive measures.
  • (ii) causative agent;
  • (iii) two symptoms;

Question 2:

  • Discuss at least 6 ways in which farm animals are important to the West Africa economy.
  • Mention 2 classes of farm animals and list 3 examples in each.
  • Discuss the process of how an egg is being formed in hens.
  • Mention 7 raw materials for industries that are obtainable from farm animals.
  • State 7 ways to care for a pregnant cow.

(c) Discuss the following terms in animal husbandry:

  • (i) dystocia;
  • (ii) flushing.
  • (iii) steaming up;

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