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Quality Point of Lay Hens (ISA Brown| Pre-Order)

Seller:  Super Agromart
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Quality Point-of-Lay Hens (ISA Brown)

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Livestock are farm animals raised to provide different services and goods like the production of meat, eggs, and milk and also for the manufacture of leather and fibres. Animals under this category are cattle, goats, pigs, sheep, horses, donkeys, e.t.c.
We offer healthy and well-groomed animals for sale at affordable prices.
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Uses and Benefits
Livestock is important in the rural and agricultural economies of the developing world.
They provide food and are also great inputs to crop agriculture.
They are very profitable and make for good business.

The livestock system encompasses all facets of the supply and use of livestock commodities. This system involves the abundance and distribution of livestock, the people occupied in the production, the different systems in which they are raised, the present estimates of production and consumption and future postulations, and the benefits and impacts of livestock farming. This type of farming is highly profitable but it is labour and capital-intensive. It requires a large land mass with sufficient food, clean water, and rich pasture. This type of farming requires patience and it could be a long-term business if well managed.
Rearing animals requires a well-grounded knowledge of breeding and genetics. Barns and sheds are very important when rearing these animals. Trees should also be on the farmland because they serve as shade from high temperatures. It is also necessary to fence the farms. Livestock farming can be done in different systems such as the grass-fed system, feedlot system, cow-calf system, and grain-finished system.
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There are specific terms and considerations for the purchase, shipping and handling of live animals. Always reach out to us for more clarification