Harvest records are the records of animals that have been killed for meat, eggs, dairy products, fish, poultry or poultry products, and processed.
In addition to being available to researchers and hobbyists, they are also being used by veterinarians to track diseases in animals and for medical research.
Harvest records were originally created to track where animals were killed, but since then they have become increasingly important for the health and safety of our country’s animal populations.
The USDA says they are valuable because they are the primary source of information that informs how to manage and humanely manage a variety of animal products, from meat to eggs to milk.
While it’s important to know what is in your meat or eggs, the information can be of great use in the medical field as well.
Harvest record cards can be used to track how many animals were euthanized, how many of the animals died of the diseases listed, the number of dogs and cats euthanize, and how many people have had a heart attack.
They can also be used for tracking the progress of diseases in livestock that are often overlooked, such as the effects of antibiotics on the digestive tract of cattle.
Here are some resources you might find helpful: What are the most common harvest records?
Some of the most commonly used records are: harvest record Card – this is the record that tells you where animals went to die.
This card is usually printed on a board, with the name of the animal and the date it was killed.