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Livestock

 

Livestock animals are defined as those used for meat production; accessory production, such as wool or worm castings; or those used for other human consumption, such as milk, cheese, honey, leather, etc.

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Table 11. Organic Livestock and Poultry Products Sold on Certified and Exempt Organic Farms: 2008, 2008 Organic Production Survey, National Ag Statistics Service (NASS), USDA, 2010.

 

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