Examples of livestock in a Sentence
a market where livestock are bought and sold
a market where livestock is bought and sold
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M-44s are meant to protect livestock but sometimes kill pets and injure people.
For Jabateh, then just 14, living in a village where his father was the local chief and his mother bought and sold livestock to support the family, Doe’s victory offered the promise of hope.
All the livestock is gone now, and after some early failures, shrikes are being re-introduced in greater numbers.
Throughout the aftermath of the storm, people like Marcellino Lopez worked to find refugee livestock and bring them, one way or another, to shelters like the one set up at the Fort Bend Fairgrounds.
Adami sold livestock including buffaloes for 48.6 million rand on the day.
Even more literary apocalypses feature chained-up human livestock in basements and infants on spits.
Pick vegetables, feed the wandering livestock, all while enjoying complimentary local wine and chocolate treats.
Jatropha This tropical shrub is poisonous to people and livestock, but the seeds are 40 percent oil, which was historically used as lamp oil.
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: farm animals (such as cows, horses, and pigs) that are kept, raised, and used by people
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