Livestock Agriculture

An economical and prosperous animal agriculture traditionally has been the mark of a powerful, well-developed nation. Such agriculture permits a nation to store huge quantities of grains and alternative foodstuffs in concentrated form to be utilised for animal growth in turn for human consumption during such emergencies as war or natural disaster. Furthermore, meat has long been recognized for its high nutritious value that contributes to stronger and healthier people.
 
Ruminant (cud-chewing) animals like cattle, sheep, and goats convert enormous quantities of pasture forage, harvested roughage, or by-product feeds, along with non protein nitrogen such as urea, into meat, milk, and wool. Ruminants are thus highly important; 60% of the world’s farmland is in meadows and pasture. Poultry additionally converts feed expeditiously into protein; Milk is the most whole and oldest  animal foods
  • Livestock Agriculture
  • Animal Feeding operations
  • Production System
  • Manure Management

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