What does practice for livestock?
Agriculture is the industry or practice of humans purposefully growing crops or raising livestock for the production of foodstuffs that either they can consume directly, they can consume after some process, or they can feed to other livestock/organisms that can themselves be consumed directly or through some process.
Animal husbandry is the scientific management of animal livestock, which includes feeding, breeding and decease control. A good animal husbandry practice helps the farmers to supply adequate livestock to meet the demands of increasing population. The better quality the livestock being sold, the better price they will get. They will earn more money and get support from the government.
Commercial farming is a farming practice where crops and livestock are raised and grown to be sold on the commercial market in Canada. Crops are grown as cash crops and almost all livestock that are raised on the farm or ranch from birth are sold to the auction barn to be fed and reared for meat production.
In the United States, you simply need to complete the curriculum at an accredited college of veterinary medicine and focus your coursework on large animal medicine. After graduation, once you have your state license to practice, a DEA license for controlled substances and federal certification and accreditation through APHIS, you are ready to work as a livestock veterinarian.
Cattle and livestock auctions are held in several places in Wyoming. Torrington Livestock Market in Torrington, Wyoming, claims to be Wyoming's largest livestock market. Other livestock auctions in Wyoming include: Buffalo Livestock Auction, Buffalo Wyoming Riverton Livestock Auction, Riverton, Wyoming Sheridan Livestock Auction, Sheridan, Wyoming Worland Livestock Auction, Worland, Wyoming
It is not known who originally developed the open-range system of raising livestock. However, it has been around for much longer than Mexico has been around, probably ever since cattle where made into livestock. Much of the people thousands of years ago during or even before Biblical times where nomads, and this is most likely when open-ranging livestock have started. It was not to mimic the wild herbivores that moved around every year, but rather…
"Large animal" can be exchanged for "livestock". In the United States, large animal veterinarians focus their practice on cattle, sheep, goats and pigs; in some areas, they will also handle llamas and alpacas. Outside the United States, you would see large animal veterinarians treating camels, water buffalo, yak and other working livestock.
The Washington State Conservation Commission defines a commercial livestock operation as one that has at least $10,000 in annual livestock/livestock product sales, plus have animals which meet USDA Farm Service Agency's definition list of animals that are food and fiber. Commercial livestock are bought and sold through the livestock market (auctions of actual live stock/cattle).