Animal Agriculture & Livestock

Description :

Animals is regularly characterized as trained creatures brought up in an agrarian setting to deliver work and products, for example, meat, eggs, milk, hide, calfskin, and fleece. The term is some of the time used to allude exclusively to those that are reproduced for utilization, while different occasions it alludes just to cultivated ruminants, for example, cows and goats. Horses are viewed as domesticated animals in the United States. The USDA utilizes domesticated animals comparatively to certain employments of the expression "red meat", in which it explicitly alludes to all the warm blooded creature creatures kept in this setting to be utilized as items. The USDA makes reference to pork, veal, hamburger, and sheep are altogether named domesticated animals and all animals is viewed as red meats. Poultry and fish are excluded in the classification.

  • Veterinary Science
  • Animal Nutrition, Health & Welfare
  • Poultry Farming
  • Milk Grading & Defects
  • Dairy Technology, Processing & its Products
  • Emerging Concerns & Technologies in Animal Agriculture & Liv
  • Emerging Concerns & Technologies in Animal Agriculture & Liv
  • Animal Protein & Fiber Product
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