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This method is commonly used when livestock is hard to breed artificially:
a) Embryo Transfer
b) Cloning
c) Artificial Insemination
d) Natural Breeding

This method requires specific equipment and has less physical wear on the livestock:
a) Embryo Transfer
b) Cloning
c) Artificial Insemination
d) Natural Breeding

An animal in the earliest stages of its development in the egg:
a) Fetus
b) Sperm
c) Kid
d) Embryo

Cloning is:
a) Very labor intensive
b) Ethically Questionable
c) Very expensive
d) All of the answers

When cloning an animal, the embryo is place in a:
a) Surrogate Mother
b) Cousin
c) Father
d) Sister

What animal species is artificial insemination used in the most?
a) Poultry
b) Cattle
c) Goat
d) Sheep

If your brother owns a bull that lives in China and you want to breed him to your cow, what method is best?
a) Natural Breeding
b) Embryo Transfer
c) Artificial Insemination
d) Cloning

If you want an exact copy of your prized Boar, what method would be best to use?
a) Natural Breeding
b) Embryo Transfer
c) Artificial Insemination
d) Cloning

Which method usually requires the help of a veterinarian?
a) Natural Breeding
b) Embryo Transfer
c) Artificial Insemination
d) Cloning

This method is commonly use when you want to produce a large number of offspring from one superior female:
a) Natural Breeding
b) Embryo Transfer
c) Artificial Insemination
d) Cloning

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