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live·stock

 (līv′stŏk′)
n.
Domestic animals, such as cattle or horses, raised for home use or for profit, especially on a farm.

livestock

(ˈlaɪvˌstɒk)
n
(Agriculture) (functioning as singular or plural) cattle, horses, poultry, and similar animals kept for domestic use but not as pets, esp on a farm or ranch

live•stock

(ˈlaɪvˌstɒk)

n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.)
the horses, cattle, sheep, and other useful animals kept or raised on a farm or ranch.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.livestock - any animals kept for use or profitlivestock - any animals kept for use or profit  
eutherian, eutherian mammal, placental, placental mammal - mammals having a placenta; all mammals except monotremes and marsupials
carry - be able to feed; "This land will carry ten cows to the acre"

livestock

noun farm animals, stock, sheep, cattle The heavy rains and flooding killed scores of livestock.
Translations
ماشِيَه
živý inventář
besætning
haszonállatok
búpeningur
živý inventár
živina
çiftlik hayvanları

livestock

[ˈlaɪvstɒk] Nganado m (also livestock farming) → ganadería f

livestock

[ˈlaɪvstɒk] ncheptel m, bétail mlive wire [ˌlaɪvˈwaɪər] n (lit)fil m sous tensionlive wire livewire, live-wire [ˌlaɪvˈwaɪər] n (fig) to be a live wire → péter le feu live yoghurt nyaourt m aux ferments actifs

livestock

nVieh nt; (= number of animals)Viehbestand m

livestock

[ˈlaɪvˌstɒk] nbestiame m

live2

(laiv) adjective
1. having life; not dead. a live mouse.
2. (of a radio or television broadcast etc) heard or seen as the event takes place; not recorded. I watched a live performance of my favourite opera on television; Was the performance live or recorded?
3. full of energy, and capable of becoming active. a live bomb
4. burning. a live coal.
adverb
(of a radio or television broadcast etc) as the event takes place. The competition will be broadcast live.
ˈlively adjective
active; full of life, high spirits or movement. She took a lively interest in us; The music is bright and lively.
ˈliveliness noun
ˈlivestock noun
domestic animals, especially horses, cattle, sheep, and pigs.
live wire
1. a wire charged with electricity.
2. a person who is full of energy and enthusiasm. He is very quiet, but his sister is a real live wire.
References in periodicals archive ?
Statistically, there was no difference found between the amount a livestock producer was willing to pay to harvest hay on state right-of-ways, and the amount a producer would pay to have someone else harvest the hay for them.
No livestock producer worth his/her salt would flush antibiotics into the water supply.
But under the plan announced earlier this month, no livestock producer would be required to participate.
In the future, a rapid screening test for abnormal AM levels could make it possible for the livestock producer to identify questionable animals before sending livestock to market.
Eligible CRP participants can use the acreage for grazing their own livestock or may grant another livestock producer use of the land.
SS: Neither Pfizer nor any of our competitors have the field staff to meet with every livestock producer.
Whenever one of two programmable temperature thresholds is exceeded, a high-luminance, light-emitting diode (LED) on the corresponding ear tag flashes to alert the livestock producer of potential animal illness.
The project will establish Productive Partnerships between livestock producer organizations and buyers.
Not hinder the freedom for an individual livestock producer to negotiate a contract price for livestock with a buyer.
LSS is owned and operated by the five main livestock producer groups in the province to include the Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association, the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association, the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association, the Saskatchewan Horse Federation and the Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan.
An eligible livestock producer must own, cash lease, or be a contract grower of eligible livestock during the 60 calendar days before the beginning date of the qualifying drought or fire in a county that is rated by the U.
Transferring the nutrients off the farm produces a considerable economic benefit for the livestock producer.

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