noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
- livery cupboard,
- livery stable,
- lives of the poets, the,
- livia drusilla
Origin of livestock
Examples from the Web for livestock
Biologist Mattson is alarmed by the abrupt 2008 rise in grizzly mortality from conflicts both with livestock and hunters.
And in the land of livestock and grassland and corral and endless highway, that is more or less everything.
This was where they corralled their livestock at night, and where the warm smell of animals still lingered.
The bacteria in the bowels of livestock are influenced by the antibiotics gobbled up.
And if that bacteria has encountered too much antibiotic in livestock feed and has developed antibiotic resistance and you eat it.
He unfolded the sheet and scanned the charges—coercion, larceny, livestock theft, and breach of contract.The Lani People|J. F. Bone
A survey should be made of the relation of Government grazing lands to the livestock industry.State of the Union Addresses of Calvin Coolidge|Calvin Coolidge
Further to the east are corrals and holding pens for livestock.Trinity [Atomic Test] Site|The National Atomic Museum
Summer livestock grazing in the mountains and uncontrolled hunting reduced wildlife to insignificance.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe
He was sorry the soldiers had helped themselves so freely to the livestock; but everything had now settled down.Mrs. Warren's Daughter|Sir Harry Johnston