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Food for livestock; fodder.


(ˈfiːdˌstʌf) or


(Veterinary Science) any material used as a food, esp for animals



2. any substance used in or for feed.
[1855–60, Amer.]
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Agricultural machinery, equipment, accessories, spare parts, irrigation and drainage systems, machinery and equipment for the food industry, plant protection and fertilizers, seed and plant production, horticulture, fruit-growing and vegetable gardening, livestock farming and breeding, horse breeding and equestrian sport, feedstuff production, veterinary medicine, fish farming, hunting and forestry, agricultural sciences and education, production of biomass fuel, renewable and alternative energies, and food and drinks constituted the thematic areas of the fair.
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