Livestock Insurance

(redirected from livestock)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Livestock Insurance

An insurance policy providing coverage for losses due to the death or injury of one's livestock. Livestock insurance generally covers accidents, acts of God, thefts and so forth. It usually excludes illegal acts, confiscation, and quarantines. As with all insurance, one must pay a premium to receive the coverage.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Statistics from the institute shows that nearly 900 million poor people rely on livestock for their livelihoods and the loss of animals through disease devastates people's lives.
Dai Davies, chairman of NFU Mutual's advisory board for Wales, added: "The quality of the stockmanship is a major factor in determining the success of any livestock business.
The different appearance of the Anatolian Shepherd may not make you think it is a livestock guardian breed.
The official added samples from the livestock farms are being taken every week and sent to the main laboratory in the country.
A poverty alleviation strategy through livestock development can be productive in the province.
Previously farmers from the region had to travel to Ondangwa for their livestock to be seen by a veterinarian.
VC Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha, Secretary Livestock Punjab Dr Aamer Ahmad and former Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Manzoor Ahmad cochaired the consultative meeting, which was organised by the UVAS in collaboration with the Livestock and Dairy Development Department Punjab and Punjab Enabling Environment Project.
Farmers are receiving livestock information to varying degrees regarding various aspects like feeding milking etc.
This was stated by Provincial Secretary Livestock and Dairy Development Dr Umer Babar, while chairing a meeting on Thursday.
Muscat, Sept 16 (ONA) The Directorate General of Livestock at the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries today reviewed the most important results of the national livestock vaccination project.
Summary: The Dubai Municipality (DM) has signed an agreement with the Emirates Livestock & Meat Products Trading Company aiming at protecting and merciful slaughtering of livestock.
Qatar's livestock company Mawashi has announced the arrival of its first livestock shipment from Turkey to the Qatari market.

Full browser ?