Livestock are domesticated animals raised for the purpose of getting meat, milk, draft, wool, fibre and/or eggs from them. Livestock include cattle (beef and dairy), sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits, turkeys, horses, hogs etc.
Asked in Definitions
What phrase correctly describes the term agriculture?
method of growing crops or raising livestock.
Asked in Cows and Cattle, Goats and Sheep, Contract Law
How does ejusdem generis rule apply to the phrase cows sheep cattle goat and other livestock?
The canon of construction holds that items similar to those specifically enumerated are covered by general terms following the list. Here, the general term is "other livestock" and the specific items are all four-legged mammals (inter alia). Thus "other livestock" could include donkeys or pigs, unless the list were very narrowly construed to mean only livestock commonly providing milk. "Other livestock" would not, however, include poultry, even though poultry might be considered livestock under other circumstances. ...
Asked in Cows and Cattle, Dog Behavior, Property Law
If a livestock is trespassing on your property can you kill it?
If livestock is trespassing on your property that does not mean you can kill it. You can only kill it if it is destroying something of yours or putting someone in harms way. ...
What is the term for people who move from place to place in search of pastures for their livestock?
nomadic herders or farmers Nomads Nomads
Asked in Bangladesh
What were the short term effects on the 2004 Bangladesh flood?
The short term effects are ruined crops; dead livestock; houses and businesses ruined; and illnesses from contaminated water. ...
Asked in Nomadic People
What are the four characteristics of pastoral nomadic societies?
social organization of clans and tribes and moved around a lot. Might be livestock was only if it was surplus if you mean that livestock was kept from season to season. ...