livestock

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livestock

agricultural animals; animals kept for profit.

livestock feed budget
see feed budget.
livestock gross income
total of income from sales of livestock or their produce.
livestock insurance
insurance against loss by death or production, recoupable in terms of loss of capital asset.
livestock producer
animal farmer, e.g. pig farmer.
livestock production system
management strategies, e.g. extensive grazing, zero-grazing, feedlotting, all-in-all-out system.
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Return of Animal by-Products Will Impact Business Models of Global Meat Industry Players
The truth is that we have had open dialogue with the meat industry for many months on exactly these issues and we have given them all the information they have requested.
This event takes place at the Scotch Corner Hotel on February 11, while the meat industry conference is on February 3 in Westminster.
The Hannan group is said to have had the All Japan Meat Industry Co-operative Associations buy more than 1,000 tons of meat via local associations.
During 1991-1992, the ALF firebombed more than 100 lorries in a sustained campaign against the meat industry.
Still, if Swift can show that there is still hope for Argentina's ailing meat industry, foreigners may yet sit up and take notice.
The system was created in response to the growing number of incidents of new pathogens in the meat industry that made people sick, and in some cases killed them.
Stenholm also accepted almost $9,000 in 1990 in meat industry honoraria, and took nine trips that year sponsored by meat and poultry interests.
But its analyses are sponsored by the meat industry, so that's not likely to happen.
After spending nearly 40 years in the meat industry, Superior Farms senior sales representative Mehdi Shirazi has announced he will retire from the business at the end of the year.
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