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Question of the Day (11-Apr-17)

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Cattle that are named and treated with a "more personal touch" can increase milk yields by up to 500 pints a year. The study, by the university's School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, involved 516 farmers across the UK. Published in the journal Anthrozoos, the study found farmers who named their cows gained a higher yield than the 54% that did not give their cattle names.
 
Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the conclusion of the study?
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 1)Farmers who named their cows had fewer cows than the farmers who had not named their cows.
 2)Farmers who name their cows also name all their other animals.
 3)Cows are not able to understand whether they have a name or not.
 4)Even when a farmer called all his cows by the same name the yield increased.
 5)The cows with names all belonged to a breed known to give higher yields.

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