Type
Crossword
Description

The white markings on the rear feet of the Dutch Stops
The facial markings on the forehead of the Dutch Blaze
The white shoulder marking on a Dutch Saddle
White purulent discharge and sneezing Snuffles
The strong, straight hairs in the coat of a rabbit that helps to keep if from matting Guard Hairs
Synonym of shedding Moult
Rabbit over 6 months for 4-class breeds and 8 months for 6-class breeds Senior
The pendulous, loose fold of skin under the chin Dewlap
An ulceration of the foot pad Sore Hocks
Giving birth Kindle
Production of milk Lactation
First Milk colostrum
Term for the length of pregnancy Gestation
Consuming fecal matter coprophagy
Protrusion of fur under the throat Pencil line
The three generation record of ancestry pedigree
Acronym for Best Opposite Sex of Breed BOSB
The term for color variety

Rabbits Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Apple Slices
Buck
Carrots
Coprophagy
Dewlap
Doe
Enteritis
European Wild Rabbit
Fiber
Hares
Induced ovulators
Kindling
Large Ears
Mites
Nest
No Leafy Greens
Oatmeal
Orphan
Pellet
Pets
Research
Sore Hocks
Weepy Eye

Dairy Terminology and Anatomy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

9 months and 2 weeks Gestation
Mature female bovine that has had a calf Cow
A cow that is not lactating Dry Cow
When a female is receptive to male to be bred Estrus
Just above the brisket Dewlap
__________ udder attachment Fore
First milk produced Colostrum
Female bovine yet to calve Heifer
Dairy cattle have 4 ______ teats
Animal with a four compartment stomach Ruminant
Mature male bovine Bull
Just below the knee Pastern
_______ udder attachment rear
Giving birth is known as Parturition
Shoulder _________ Blade
___________ of shoulder Point
Cow that has had calf and is lactating Fresh cow
Sire and dam are of the same breed Purebred
Almost always removed for safety reasons Horns
Mammary _______ veins

Cattle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

mature male bull
mature female cow
young female heifer
casterated male steer
newborn cattle calf
group of cattle herd
scientific name for cattle bovine
calm, quiet, tame docile
calf meat veal
the time when a cow is pregnant gestation
the process of giving birth parturition
the first drink of nutrient rich milk colostrum
infection of the cows udder mastitis
gradually taking a calf away from its mother weaning
hay, grain, or anything cut for fresh animal feed roughage
animal sent away to be slaughtered cull
where steers are sent lastly to be fattened up before processing feedlot
breed of cattle from the king ranch santagertrudis
breed of cow that is made from angus and brahman brangus
most popular breed of beef cattle in the US angus
breed of cow that produces the most milk holstein
breed of cow with the highest milkfat percentage jersey
a rancher who produces cows and baby calves that will eventually be processed for meat cowcalfproducer

Livestock Breeds Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A breed of horse best known for its racing ability. Thoroughbred
A breed of sheep prized for it wool. Merino
A red droopy eared pig developed in the USA. Duroc
A dairy cow breed known for its high butterfat content and low maintenance. Jersey cow
A meat goats name that originates from the Afrikaans language meaning "farmer". Boer goat
A horse breed that originated on the Arabian peninsula. Arabian horse
A meat lamb with a black open-face. Suffolk
A breed of pig that has a black body with a white band around its middle. Hampshire
The most popular dairy cow in the US. Holstien
A breed of dairy goat with a high butterfat content but produces a low amount of milk. Nubian goat
A breed of horse that originated in the Huisne river valley in Western France. Percheron
A draft breed horse that is brown, chestnut, black,and bay with a white underbelly. Clydesdale
A horse breed that is known for being graceful and nimble for their size. Friesian
A breed of sheep that is known as the French Merino. Rambouillet
A breed of sheep that had upright ears. Cheviot
A breed of sheep known for its early maturing quality. Hampshire
A white breed of pig with erect ears. Yorkshire
A white breed of pig with drooping ears and a long body. Landrace
A breed of pig native to Wallonia. Piétrain
A breed of beef cattle from Scottland. Angus
A breed of beef cattle from Switzerland. Simmental
A breed of cattle that can be used for meat and milk. Shorthorn
A breed of dairy goat with incredibly small ears. Lamancha
A breed of goat known for producing a fibre called mohair. Angora goat
A breed of meat goat from new Zealand. Kiko

Dairy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Name the dairy breed with the highest milk yield? Holstein Friesian
Name a cow with high butter fat and protein content but an average yield (Kg) Jersey
At what age will a cow reach puberty? (In Years) One
what is the length of the oestrous cycle? (in months) Nine and a half
How long is the 'dry period'? Two months
How many times will you milk a cow, per day, in the drying off period? Once
What is the ideal milking interval? (hours) twelve
What does SNF stand for? Solids not fats
Servicing not natural. (Initials only) Ai
As much food as they want, when they want. Ad lib
Bacterial disease of the udder Mastitis
How many chambers in a cows stomach? Four
The first milk produced by the cow? Colostrum
When not receiving whole milk the calf is given? Milk replacer
Poor milk yield, disease, infertility, damage to udders are all reasons for a... Replacement Heifer
The month when 'first housing' occurs? November
The term when a cow can be used for beef and dairy. Dual purpose

15 Dog Breed Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Old arctic sled dogs named from the native innuit tribe called Malhemuts. Playful, affectionate, and loyal. Alaskan Malamute
Dog breed originated in Tibet. Small dog with heavy coat of hair and is best known for intelligence, hearing, and kindness. It is often mistaken with the Shih Tzu and has long luscious fur. Lhasa Apso
Dog breed originated from Germany. The national dog of France who is also used as a circus dog. Poofy fur and is very trainable and intelligent. Poodle
Known as the Hungarian sheep dog. looks like an actual mop. Known for courage, demeanor, and unusual heavy white coat. Komondor
Dog breed originated in Chukchi. Endurance sled dog. Brought to Alaska in 1909 to compete in Races. Handles cold temperatures well due to thick dense coat. Outgoing, alert and intelligent. Siberian Husky
Smallest breed of dog named after the state of Mexico. Lively, alert, quick. Though can be yappy and anxious. Chihuahua
Dog breed originated in Germany. Short legged, long bodied. Looks like the epitome of a canine hotdog. Used to scent, chase, and hunt badgers and other digging animals. Dachshund
Dog breed originated in Germany. One of the largest/tallest breeds of domestic dogs in the world. Devoted, reserved, confident, and friendly. German name for this breed is: Deutsche Dogge. Great Dane
Dog breed originated in United Kingdom. Large-sized breed and was bred as gun dogs to retrieve shot upland game birds. Usually has bushy golden coat and is intelligent, reliable, kind and trustworthy. Golden Retriever
Medium sized breed of dog known for its white and black spotted coat. Mainly was used as a carriage dog. Playful, outgoing, energetic and active. Dalmatian
Large herding dog from the spitz group. Has thick, white, double-layer coat. Looks like a cloud. Name based on the Samoyedic people of Siberia. Playful, stubborn and sociable. Samoyed
Cattle herding dog breed which originated in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Short and stubby legs. Usually seen with gold and white coat. Welsh Corgi
Dog breed originated in China. Has wrinkly, short-muzzled face, and curled tail. Charming, quiet, and clever. Pug
Dog breed originated in China. Referred as "puffy-lion dog". Very dense and fluffy long haired coat. Has rounded face and round small ears. Aloof, loyal, quiet, though can be aggressive. Chow Chow
Dog breed of small hound. Similar looking to the larger foxhound. Originally bred as a scent hound for hunting hare. Droopy ears and brown tricolored coat. Beagle

Breeds of Swine Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

90% of breeding is done by _______ AI
Male pig that has not been castrated Boar
Male pig that has been castrated Barrow
Female pig that has not had a litter Gilt
Female pig that has had a litter Sow
Term used for pigs giving birth to offspring Farrow
The ability to produce large numbers of young Prolific
Maternal breed developed in Pennsylvania Chester White
Originated in Denmark and have large drooping ears Landrace
Landrace pigs are number one in carcass length because they have extra _______ Vertebra
Originated in England, have erect ears, and are called the "Mother Breed" Yorkshire
Have erect ears with 6 points of white Berkshire
Black with a white belt around the body Hampshire
Originated in New Jersey, have a reddish brown color, and drooping ears Duroc
Originated in Ohio, is black with six points of white, and have drooping ears Poland China
Black and white spotted and trace back to the Poland China Spot
Originated in Belgium and is white with black spots Pietrain
Cross between a Hampshire and a Yorkshire Blue Butt
Maternal breeds are all_______ in color White
All of the shires have ______ ears Erect
The difference between the Berkshire and Poland China are their _______ Ears

Rats and Rodents Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

scientific name for mouse Mus Musculus
only eats plants herbivores
name of a female rabbit doe
white rat with red eyes albino
guinea pig with 3 colours tricoloured
mouse with one colour self
big white xtra fluffy rabbit angora
gap between anus and genitals Anogenital
born depending on mum Altricial
animal with 2-3 years life span rat
disease caused by lack of vitamin c scurvy
male doesnt have nipples mice
what does a rabbit extract hair from for nesting dewlap
non dependent on mother at birth Precocial

Swine Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Castrated Male Barrows
First milk produced by the sow Colostrum
To give birth to piglets Farrow
All the offspring from a single farrowing Litter
A drug used to cause uterine contractions in sows and/or stimulate milk production Oxytocin
Female pig which has farrowed at least once Sow
Removing young from their mother Weaning
A pig between birth and weaning Sucker
Male hog or pig with intact testicles Boar
A herd or group of swine Drove
Feeding a pig out to reach market weight Finishing
A piglet that is born dead, but hasn't fully developed Mummy
Small or weak pig in a litter Runt
When a sow or gilt is ready to be serviced Standing Heat
The number of sows that conceive to service Conception Rate
Animal weighing between 40 and 220 lbs; being fed for slaughter Grower
The body of a pig after it has been dressed out (butchered) Carcass
The first offspring from the crossbreeding of two pure-bred pigs from different breeds F1
Young females that have not yet produced a litter Gilt
The two teeth on either side of the jaw that look like canine teeth Needle Teeth
After a sow or gilt has taken to a pregnancy she is considered settled Settle
The underside or belly of a sow Underline
The number of litters a sow has carried (including current pregnancy) Parity

Sheep Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

With coloured crayon fitted to ram Harness
Scientific term for beastings Colostrum
A measure used to prevent twin lamb disease Steamingup
To determine singles twin or triplets Scanning
Native Irish sheep breed Galway
Prevents build up of faeces around tail Docking
5 months duration Gestation
Ewe with declining fertility due to harsh conditions Cast
Sire whose offspring are used for slaughter Terminal
The number of lambs reared per ewe mated Prolificacy
Effect to bring ewe in heat Ram
Used to prevent build up of stomach worms Dosing
When ewes are moved from a low plane of nutrition to a high plane of nutrition Flushing
Milk Fever Hypocalcaemia
17 days long Oestrus
Prevents naval ill Iodine
Lowland breed originating from the Netherlands Texel
Done to prevent the sheep from becoming lame Paring
Separating ewes from lambs between June and July Weaning
Disease transmitted to humans Zoonose
Chemical produced by the ram Pheromone
Farmers often do this with lambs from multiple births Foster
Ewes are seasonally Polyoestrous
A zoonose disease Orf
Origin of Border Leicester breed England
Designer sheep Belclare