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Question 1: Colorado Branded (slang Collie) refers to placement of a brand on the side of an animal, although this does not necessarily indicate the animal is from ________.
FloridaMissouriUtahColorado

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Cowboys branding a calf. South Dakota, 1888
  A white marking on the crest of a horse's neck created by freeze branding, a form of marking for identification that is nearly painless.
  Cowboys branding a calf. South Dakota, 1888
  A hot brand on a horse.

Question 3: In the hides and ________ industry, brands are treated as a defect, and can diminish the value of the hide.
LeatherLeather skirtWoolButton

Question 4: Horses that test positive for Equine Infectious Anemia, that are ________ for life rather than euthasized, will be freeze-branded for permanent identification.
QuarantineMaltaGenoaGibraltar

Question 5: Gas fired branding iron heaters are very popular in ________, as iron temperatures can be regulated and there is not the heat of a nearby fire.
BarbadosUnited KingdomAustraliaCanada

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Branding irons
  Cattle brands used in Mitchell County in West Texas are displayed on a public mural in Colorado City, Texas.
  A young steer being branded with an electric branding iron and cut to make an earmark.
  Hot iron horse branding, Spain

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Cowboys branding a calf. South Dakota, 1888
  Modern portable table calf branding cradle, NSW, Australia
  A white marking on the crest of a horse's neck created by freeze branding, a form of marking for identification that is nearly painless.

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Cattle brands used in Mitchell County in West Texas are displayed on a public mural in Colorado City, Texas.
  Cattle brands used in Mitchell County in West Texas are displayed on a public mural in Colorado City, Texas.
  A hot brand on a horse.
  A white marking on the crest of a horse's neck created by freeze branding, a form of marking for identification that is nearly painless.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Branding irons
  Hot iron horse branding, Spain
  Hot iron horse branding, Spain
  Cowboys branding a calf. South Dakota, 1888

Question 10: A heavy horse, usually with some draught horse bloodlines and typically fitted with a ________, is used to rope the selected calf.
CavalryHan DynastyHorse collarTang Dynasty
















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