Lestocks: A New Focus For Sport Fishery

Livestocks is also commonly defined as domestic animals raised for domestic purposes, usually for food and labor including horses, donkeys, ostriches, camels, etc., to make dairy, meat, milk, wool, and other products like baby products, feed, and medicines. There are many uses for livestock. Some are involved in agricultural, some are involved in wildlife management, while others are related to ornamental purposes. This article focuses on ornamental purposes of Livestocks.

In the United States, Livestocks are not recognized as legal breed or property because of a lack of governmental action. In Europe, however, Livestock are recognized as goods property. Ruminants (rabbits, goat’s milk producing sheep) are most commonly raised for their meat as well as for milk. They are typically raised on small farms with traditional pastures and fences. These animals are most commonly used for dairy cattle and meat, though some can be used for other purposes as well, such as goose meat.

There are over 20 million people farming Livestock across the United States with more than two million being raised on small commercial ranches. These numbers include all types of Livestock, such as dairy, beef, pork, rabbit, goat, chicken, turkey, dairy and grain-fed beef, alfalfa, grain sorghum, sugar beets, buckwheat, oats, and other grains. The economic contribution of Livestock to U.S. agriculture are more than Crop Productivity and about six billion dollars in revenue.