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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Habitat loss and the reduction of lions’ wild prey by the bush meat trade are forcing them into dangerous contact with humans and their livestock.
The last leg of the journey takes you through the Nathan Hale State Forest on the road to Norwich, an 18th-century dirt road that the Hale Family used to drive their livestock to market.
The megacorporation's huge footprint means it's long been a major target for protests that call out its questionable labor practices, spotty record on the environment, and reliance on suppliers animal rights groups say treat their livestock cruelly.
Humans and their livestock have come to outweigh all other vertebrates on the planet with the exception of fish.
Farmers are generally allowed certain weapons to protect their crops and livestock, but the guns have to be locked up and ammunition must be stored separately.
The farms will also grow bell peppers, pumpkins and cucumbers and will feature a community garden, livestock, a market, wildflower field and honeybees on about 8 acres.
Generally, desperately hungry cougars might attack livestock, sheep or cows rather than humans.
From home decor and real estate, to avocado toast and livestock, there’s officially nothing Joanna Gaines can’t do.
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: farm animals (such as cows, horses, and pigs) that are kept, raised, and used by people
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