Synonym: cattle. Similar words: stock, lives, investor, divest, buttocks, aristocrat, invest, harvest. Meaning: ['laɪvstəʊk] n. not used technically; any animals kept for use or profit.
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1. Fodder crops are used to feed livestock.
2. We're fattening the livestock up for slaughter.
3. The heavy rains and flooding killed scores of livestock.
4. Farmers were encouraged to keep their livestock in pens rather than letting them roam freely.
5. Villagers herded the livestock to high ground to keep them safe during the floods.
6. E coli is a by-product of intensive livestock practices.
7. Soon afterwards, he moved from livestock to cereal.
8. Livestock are dropping dead in the fields.
9. The economy of the vale was founded on livestock.
10. The floods drowned scores of livestock.
11. The incomes of my hill livestock farmers are under real pressure.
12. Thirdly, there is strong support for the hill livestock compensatory allowances[sentencedict.com/livestock.html], amounting to ￡142 million in a full year.
13. Two forms of livestock in particular are worth singling out.
14. The main farming activity was livestock production so that two-thirds of the total farm income derived from livestock.
15. So, haunted by images of funeral pyres of livestock, how far should we go to support farmers and auxiliary industries?
16. The overgrazing of livestock and cutting down of brush and trees for firewood are held responsible.
17. Intensive indoor rearing of livestock is relatively new and people are only just beginning to realise what it means for the animals.
18. Science simply ignored the fact that livestock are creatures with a capacity to suffer.
19. At the county fair last year, prizes were given for the best farm products and livestock.
20. Some people go to the state fair to see the livestock, but I prefer the midway.
21. The densities per square kilometre of its human and livestock populations are greater than anywhere else in the continent.
22. Farmers who had refused to leave their homes and livestock ran for their lives.
23. The most popular method or organic farming is using a multi-culture system in which crops are grown and livestock reared.
24. Right now, the value of the water on the ranch for irrigating livestock feed is about $ 160 an acre-foot.
25. Frank Hill's is well known on the Holderness peninsula of east Yorkshire for livestock and farm auctions.
26. They have been there since October, crowded into donated tents and closet-sized shacks amid piles of belongings and wandering livestock.
27. Mr. Curry Payments to farmers under the 1992 hill livestock compensatory allowances scheme have already begun.
28. Studies have shown that game animals, principally venison, are more efficient land users than domesticated livestock.
29. The result is inevitably a clash, sometimes fatal, with livestock and even humans.
30. Some have occurred as a result of lime and fertiliser applications coupled with more intensive grazing of livestock.
More similar words: stock, lives, investor, divest, buttocks, aristocrat, invest, harvest, live, travesty, vestment, alive, liver, vestigial, outlive, live on, lively, live out, investment, the cost of living, deliver, enliven, live down, investigate, rest on, live up to, live with, delivery, investigator, transvestite.