Livestock Nutrition:

Livestock is the domestically raised animals in an agricultural setting to provide commodities like food, fiber, and labor. The term usually refers to those raised for food, and generally solely farmed ruminants, like bovine and goats. In recent years, some organizations have conjointly raised livestock to market the survival of rare breeds. The breeding, maintenance, and slaughter of those animals, referred to as husbandry, could be a part of recent agriculture that has been practiced in several cultures since humanity's transition to farming from savage lifestyles. Livestock nutrition focuses on the dietary wants of domesticated animals, primarily those in agriculture and food production.

  • Animal rearing and farming
  • Livestock Disease

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