Livestock

Livestock are domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting to produce commodities such as food, fiber and labor. This article does not discuss poultry or farmed fish, although these, especially poultry, are commonly included within the meaning of "livestock".

Livestock generally are raised for profit. Raising animals (animal husbandry) is a component of modern agriculture. It has been practiced in many cultures since the transition to farming from hunter-gather lifestyles.

Read more about Livestock:  History, Types, Animal Rearing, Farming Practices, Predation, Disease, Transportation and Marketing, Animal Welfare, Environmental Impact, Legal Definitions

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