as defined in the Range Act and Silviculture Planning Regulations means animals of the genus Bos, horses, mules, asses, sheep and goats, but does not include wildlife designated under the Wildlife Act, exotic game animals, buffalo, swine or poultry but does include llamas.
farm animals raised for use or to sell.
Animal husbandry; animal feed aid.
Farm animals. agriculture pastoral dairy
The cover-encompasses sickness or disease in animals as well as death from accidents, including fire and lightning. Bloodstock insurance covers the thoroughbred racers. Livestock insurance includes the other farm type animals.
animals such as cows, goats, camels, sheep, and pigs kept by farmers or herders.
any animal that is farmed to generate an income or food
A Main Inventory Table field that signals the presence of cattle, sheep, hogs, horses, or other animals in an inventory.
Domestic animals, including cattle, sheep, goats, and horses kept or produced on farms or ranches.
not used technically; any animals kept for use or profit
animals kept or raised on a farm.
Animals that are domesticated, such as cattle, sheep, horses and mules that are raised on a farm or ranch.
(Bétail) All animals used for food or in the production of food including, but not limited to, cattle, horses, goats, poultry, sheep, swine and wild or domesticated game.
Live animals â€“ includes cattle, sheep, goats and pigs.
Any domesticated animal owned and raised as stock; including poultry, swine, sheep, goat, cattle, horses and kin, cats and dogs.
Farm animals kept for use and profit
Domesticated animals, like cattle, who are raised for profit.
Loss of animals as a result of specified diseases or whilst in transit. Fertility guarantee and frozen semen, temporary cover for bulls on hire.
Any domesticated animal owned and raised as stock; or pen-raised animals raised on licensed game farm operations.
Domestic animals, such as cattle or horses, raised for home use or for profit, especially on a farm.
domesticated animals, such as cattle, sheep or horses, raised for home use or profit.
Domestic animals (USEPA, 1993).
Any cattle, sheep, goat, swine, poultry, or equine animals used for food or in the production of food, fiber, feed, or other agricultural-based consumer products; wild or domesticated game; or other nonplant life, except such term shall not include aquatic animals or bees for the production of food, fiber, feed, or other agricultural-based consumer products.
animals that are kept on a farm.
farm animals, such as beef cattle, dairy cows, sheep, hogs, chickens, goats and turkeys.
Farm animals raised for milk, meat, work and wool; includes beef and dairy cattle, swine, sheep, horses and goats; may also include poultry.
any animals raised on the farm
animals - sheep, cattle, pigs.
Animals raised on farms for profit. For example chickens, cows and pigs.
Common farm animals.
Livestock is the term used to refer (singularly or plurally) to a domesticated animal intentionally reared in an agricultural setting to make produce such as food or fibre, or for its labour.