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livestock

[′līv‚stäk]
(agriculture)
Animals, such as cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens, and horses, that are utilized for various purposes on a farm or ranch.
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10, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- American Humane Association, the country's first national humane organization and creator of the first and largest third-party farm animal welfare certification program, announced today that U.
Dubai Municipality has currently recorded as many as 400,000 farm animals in the emirate consisting of 17,000 temporary farms and pens, with as many as 70,000 camels.
Bruce Friedrich is Senior Director for Advocacy at Farm Sanctuary, a national nonprofit organization that provides shelter to rescued farm animals, works to improve conditions on farms and in slaughterhouses, and educates the public about compassionate vegan living.
For selected Freedom Food labelled products bought in store during the week, Sainsbury's will donate 5p to the RSPCA to help improve the lives of farm animals.
Freedom Food is aiming to educate consumers about farm animals and their welfare by featuring facts and figures about different species all this week on its website.
com An open farm park offering a wide range of traditional farm animals and pets to touch, see and enjoy.
With full color photography, No Voice Unheard puts together a fascinating read and beautiful to look at volume that should be a top pick for fan of animal collections focusing on farm animals and livestock.
The extreme cold and bad weather conditions could have a massive impact on farm animals.
Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals, seventh edition
You might be really surprised how much a simple choice you make about what to have for your Sunday roast can have on the lives of farm animals,
This unique Thanksgiving event is part of a national ``Save the Turkeys'' Thanksgiving effort begun by Animal Acres President Lorri Bauston, who opened the first farm animal sanctuary in 1986 and has been saving turkeys and educating people about the need to rescue and protect farm animals for more than 20 years.
The work grows out of discoveries in the past 2 years that several Gyps vulture species have almost vanished from India and Pakistan because residues of the anti-inflammatory drug dielofenac in dead farm animals ruin the kidneys of the scavenger birds (SN: 2/4/06, p.

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