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Quiz about Look What We Found Around The Farm
Quiz about Look What We Found Around The Farm

Look What We Found Around The Farm! Quiz


This is a hidden word quiz featuring words associated with a farm. Come see what you can discover on your journey through the farmstead! (All answers are hidden within at least 2 other words in the clue.)

A multiple-choice quiz by stephgm67. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
stephgm67
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
408,788
Updated
Apr 12 22
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
368
Last 3 plays: Fiona112233 (9/10), Guest 87 (0/10), Guest 98 (0/10).
Question 1 of 10
1. My brother rode our bronco when he won the blue ribbon at the rodeo.

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 2 of 10
2. The rooster's crow was so loud that it was enough to deafen, ceasing only at noon.

(The word is hidden in the sentence so the answer is not "rooster".)

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 3 of 10
3. There was pouring rain, so I took an umbrella out to the fields with me.

Answer: (6 letters...plural form)
Question 4 of 10
4. My sister hurt her leg going to the spring to get water.

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 5 of 10
5. The gate to the farm was nailed shut so I used a crowbar near me and pried it open.

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 6 of 10
6. The tree boughs were heavy with nuts, and I had to stoop low to pick up the fallen pecans.

Answer: (4 letters (American spelling))
Question 7 of 10
7. The farm was in a very cold part of the country so I guessed I would not see a flamingo at the site.

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 8 of 10
8. I could not distinguish one animal enclosure apart from the others, so I shut them all.

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 9 of 10
9. After the bucket was placed too close to the bonfire, I found a minor char down by the bottom.

Answer: (7 letters)
Question 10 of 10
10. I was not sure if it was better to cut the hay on the sixth or seventh day of the week.

Answer: (5 letters)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. My brother rode our bronco when he won the blue ribbon at the rodeo.

Answer: cow

Cattle are raised on farms for meat, milk, and for hides. They can also be used as draft animals to pull wagons and such. Cows represent the female portion of cattle. There are more than 250 breeds of cattle recognized around the world. They are herbivores and eat primarily grass and grain. They spend around 10 hours a day lying down and can even sleep standing up!
2. The rooster's crow was so loud that it was enough to deafen, ceasing only at noon. (The word is hidden in the sentence so the answer is not "rooster".)

Answer: fence

The rooster's crow was so loud that it was enough to deaFEN, CEasing only at noon.

A fence is a structure that encloses an area of ground. Farms can use different types of fences including board, barbed wire, cable, electric, or a combination. The type of fence utilized is based on what the fence is meant to contain or enclose. If it is an animal rather than a plant, the type of animal and its ability to climb or dig must also be taken into consideration.
3. There was pouring rain, so I took an umbrella out to the fields with me.

Answer: grains

There was pourinG RAIN, So I took an umbrella out to the fields with me.

Grain is the seed of grasses. Some common types of grain grown on a farm are wheat, oats, barley, corn, rye, and buckwheat. They can be used for human consumption and also to feed animals. They are also used in manufacturing various products like oils, fuels, and cosmetics. They are annual plants, which mean they have only one growing season each year and one crop per yield.
4. My sister hurt her leg going to the spring to get water.

Answer: egg

My sister hurt her lEG Going to the spring to get water.

Farms often have chickens that lay eggs. Conventional eggs are laid by hens in cages with food, water, and shelter. Free-range eggs are laid by hens that have outdoor access and can forage for their food. Cage-free eggs are laid by hens at indoor facilities with nest space and perches but no cages. Organic eggs are laid by hens that are fed ingredients grown without pesticides or herbicides.
5. The gate to the farm was nailed shut so I used a crowbar near me and pried it open.

Answer: barn

The gate to the farm was nailed shut so I used a crowBAR Near me and pried it open.

Barns are buildings used to house grain, livestock, or farm equipment. They can also be used as a workplace or a home. In the United States, they are often painted red. There are many different types of barns that are classified by their function or structure but many have a tack room, a feed room, grain bins, and stalls.

Huts, such as small dwellings occupied by shepherds, is another possible solution (...sHUT So...).
6. The tree boughs were heavy with nuts, and I had to stoop low to pick up the fallen pecans.

Answer: plow

The tree boughs were heavy with nuts, and I had to stooP LOW to pick up the fallen pecans.

Plowing is an important practice on farms that cuts and inverts soil, creating ridges. Plows used to be crude wooden instruments that were pulled by animals such as horses or oxen. Modern plows are typically pulled by a tractor. Some common plow types include the disk plow (good for hard or rocky soil), the rotary plow (used for seedbeds and weed control), and a chisel plow (chosen for deep tillage).
7. The farm was in a very cold part of the country so I guessed I would not see a flamingo at the site.

Answer: goat

The farm was in a very cold part of the country so I guessed I would not see a flaminGO AT the site.

Goats can be found on many farms as the main livestock or as an addition. They can provide milk, meat, and weed control. Some goats can be used for their fiber that is made into yarn. Goats are excellent at jumping, climbing, and crawling so the farm's fencing must be taken into consideration. Goats are herbivores and will eat bushes, trees, hay, grass, and have been known to consume products not healthy for them! Goat milk is often made into cheese and soap.
8. I could not distinguish one animal enclosure apart from the others, so I shut them all.

Answer: reap

I could not distinguish one animal enclosuRE APart from the others, so I shut them all.

Reap means to harvest. Reaping time is different for every farm depending on the crop, the weather, and farm location. Reaping usually is done for grains and utilizes a sickle, reaper, or scythe. Harvest time is labor intensive and, in the United States, can run from early September to end of November. Farmers are always wary of weather conditions, such as draught or flooding, that can hamper this important step in the cycle.
9. After the bucket was placed too close to the bonfire, I found a minor char down by the bottom.

Answer: orchard

After the bucket was placed too close to the bonfire, I found a minOR CHAR Down by the bottom.

An orchard is a plot of land planted with trees. There are different types of orchards. Fruit orchards focus on trees providing things like apples, olives, lemons, limes, or oranges. Nut orchards include trees that give pecans, walnuts, almonds, cocoa, and coconuts. Seed orchards focus on trees that produce seeds that are sold to distributors or to the public. Many orchards in the United States also allow the public to tour and to pick the products themselves.
10. I was not sure if it was better to cut the hay on the sixth or seventh day of the week.

Answer: horse

I was not sure if it was better to cut the hay on the sixtH OR SEventh day of the week.

Horses have many uses on a farm. They can be ridden as transportation, used in herding and guiding animals, utilized to work with equipment, boarded for others, or simply to enjoy. There are more than 100 breeds of horses in the world. Horses can act as warning systems as they will often nicker, whinny, or gallop when they sense danger near. Horses are meant to eat roughage so they consume hay and grass but also can have grain added to their diet.
Source: Author stephgm67

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