(i) Specimen A ==> watering can
(ii) Specimen B ==> wheel barrow
(iii) Specimen C ==> spanner
(iv) Specimen d ==> cutlass

(i) Watering can: it is used for watering plants in the farm
(ii) Wheel barrow: it is used for carrying loads and farm crops
(iii) Spanner: it is used for loosening nuts
(iv) Cutlass: it is used during farming process to cut wheels or tress

(i) It should be stored in a cool dry place
(ii) It should be cleaned after use

(i) It should be kept in a cool dry place
(ii) It should be keep away from moist against rusting

(i) It should be sharpened regularly
(ii) It should be left lying about ie careless with it

They are called “farm implements”

(i) it is carbon

(i) It is used to neutralise excess acidity in the soil
(ii) It is a source of calcium and magnesium for plants.
(iii) It permits improved water penetration for acidic soils.

The importance of specimen G in the fish pond is to reduce the acidity of the water in the pond

It belongs to sedimentary rocks

(i) Limestone is mainly white in nature while charcoal is very black and dark in nature (ii) Limestone is crystalline in nature while charcoal is dark in nature

(i) It can be applied when the soil becomes infertile to boost is fertility

(i) Specimen H ==> Egg
(ii) Specimen I ==> Chicken meat
(ii) Specimen J ==> Poultry meat
(iii) Specimen K ==> saw dust

(i) Layer ie Specimen H
(ii) Broiler ie Specimen I

(i) Day old boiler feeds on starter
(ii) Three months old broiler feeds on finisher
(iii) Pullets feeds on guinea corn or millet
(iv) Laying birds feed on layers mash

(i) It helps in protection from harsh weather conditions
(ii) It helps in absorbing poultry drooping such as water, shits etc

(i) Maize
(ii) Millet
(iii) Soya beans

(i) Peanut shells, crushed cobs of maize and crushed dry kenaf sterms.

Specimen L ==> tape worm
Specimen M ==> round worm

Specimen L and M
(i) Tape worm: castle and pigs, (specimen L)
(ii) Round worm: pig and cow (specimen M)

(i) It is located in the host intenstine

(i) Specimen M (round worm) is zoontic nature

(i) Cow – beef
(ii) Pig – pork
(iii) Sheep – mutton

(i) Freezing /refrigeration
(ii) Salting