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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Calves, piglets, lambs and other smaller livestock are preferred targets.
So far, the team has discovered over 800 new viruses globally by sampling local wildlife, livestock and human populations susceptible to transmission in over 30 countries in Africa and Asia.
Israel is also battling large fires caused by the flaming kites and arson balloons launched from Gaza that have destroyed forests, burned crops and killed wildlife and livestock.
Bates reported on another experiment where mosquitoes were released in a room containing humans, pets and livestock.
Hemp seeds are a nutritious source of protein for humans and livestock, while hemp oils and extracts are used in cosmetics, soaps, plastics and lubricants.
Residents concerned about pets or livestock are encouraged to call animal control at (707) 363-0278.
Benton now co-owns, with her husband, Snouts and Sprouts Farm, which raises and sells organic livestock and produce.
Though foodborne outbreaks are most commonly due to livestock and poultry products (like eggs), salmonella contamination can come from just about anywhere.
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: farm animals (such as cows, horses, and pigs) that are kept, raised, and used by people
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