livestock

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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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Privett says the meat industry is now paying less attention to catching traditional problems like carcasses with tumors, growths, abscesses, fecal matter, pus, and other problems that may not kill the consumer but are nonetheless unappetizing.
It hardly needs to be said that revamping meat inspection laws would not endear Stenholm to the meat industry, which is an outright enemy of any governmental standards for microbial contamination.
Shirazi started out in the meat industry out after graduating with a degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Wisconsin.
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Traditionally, many in the meat industry have relied on modified starches, xanthan gums and additives and have found it difficult to achieve consistent textures and even distribution.
AN ACTION plan that aims to secure the long-term viability of the red meat industry in Wales is on course to meet its targets.
The British red meat industry has taken a leaf out of the dairy industry's book and is launching a Meat Roadmap next year aimed at reducing the environmental impact of meat production.
THE UK meat industry in figures, from farm to fork, is provided in a major new publication from the Meat and Livestock Commission.
USDA has asked consumers groups and the meat industry to provide suggestions on how it could avoid a repeat of ConAgra Foods Inc.
FORMULA One star David Coulthard is motoring to the aid of the nation's beleaguered meat industry in a bid to boost its flagging image.
This system, called Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP), shifts the responsibility for insuring a safe meat supply from government inspectors to the meat industry.
2 million to enforce specified risk materials controls, will add a further financial burden to Britain's meat industry and farmers, claims the National Farmers Union.