1. 
A longacting pouron is applied in May, before we turn the cattle out into the pasture. This will help to prevent problems from flies and lice. The directions say to apply a third of a fluid ounce per one hundred pounds of body weight. The cows average around 1,000 pounds, the heifers are about 800 pounds, and the bulls are about 1,600 pounds each. If there are fortyeight cows, thirteen heifers, and three bulls, how many fluid ounces of pouron will be needed?


2. 
The grain on the trucks is weighed at the grain elevator before it is dumped into the bin. Shannon's ticket says her truck weighed 28,463 pounds full. After it was emptied, the truck weighed 11,253 pounds. How many pounds of wheat were on the truck? Wheat is sold by the bushel. A bushel is sixty pounds. How many bushels of wheat were on the truck?


3. 
Mike is going to take fourteen calves to the livestock sale yard. If the average weight is six hundred fiftyseven pounds each, and the average price the calves are selling at the auction for is 76 cents per pound, about how much money will Mike bring home from the calves he sells?


4. 
The herds are split up as follows: At Mamie's pasture: 15 cows, 8 heifers, 12 calves At McLeod's pasture: 17 cows, 6 calves, 1 bull At Mary Lou's pasture: 16 cows, 9 calves, 1 bull At Nadine's pasture: 15 calves Cows make up what percentage of all the animals in these four pastures? Round your answer to the nearest percent.


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