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  1. Animal product - Wikipedia

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    An animal product, also known as lacticinia, is any material derived from the body of an animal. Examples are fat, flesh, blood, milk, eggs, and lesser known products, such as isinglass and rennet. Animal by-products, as defined by the USDA, are products harvested or manufactured from livestock other than muscle meat.

  2. Category:Animal products - Wikipedia

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    Animal products are any products that can only be extracted from animals; for example, bones, skin or meat.. Subcategories. This category has the following 21 subcategories, out of 21 total.

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  4. Fauna of Indonesia - Wikipedia

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    The wildlife trade has had a detrimental effect on Indonesia's fauna, including rhinoceroses, orangutans, tigers, elephants, and certain species of amphibians. Up to 95% of animals sold in markets are taken directly from the wild, rather than from captive breeding stock; and more than 20% of the animals died in transportation.

  5. Category:Animal products - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jul 19, 2020 · This category has the following 45 subcategories, out of 45 total. Animal products by country ‎ (7 C) Chinese Animal By-products, Chinese-English ‎ (30 F)

  6. Talk:Animal product - Wikipedia

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    Animal By-Product in Pet Foods. Many big named pet food companies tend to use animal by-products in their recipes. People don't eat these parts because not a lot of nutrition comes from them, so instead they just pass it on to their pets. These companies use by-product to cut costs and to have a larger profit margin.

  7. USDA APHIS | Indonesia

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    Jul 07, 2021 · Animal Products to Indonesia *ALERT - Endorsement of Export Certificates. Export (health) certificates for Indonesia MUST BE endorsed PRIOR to the shipping (bill of lading) date. Indonesia has notified APHIS Veterinary Services (VS) that they will NOT recognize the validity of export certificates dated AFTER the date of shipping (bill of lading).

  8. Coffee production in Indonesia - Wikipedia

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    Most of Indonesia's robusta is used in instant coffee and other manufactured products. The domestic market consumes about 150,000 metric tons of robusta annually. [26] The main markets are the United States, western Europe and Japan, although demand from emerging markets such as Russia, China, Taiwan , South Korea and Malaysia is increasing.

  9. Margarine - Wikipedia

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    Product made by the American company Swift & Company from by-products of the animal processing business. The principal raw material in the original formulation of margarine was beef fat. [2] In 1871, Henry W. Bradley of Binghamton, New York received U.S. Patent 110,626 for a process of creating margarine that combined vegetable oils (primarily ...

  10. Indonesian animal feed production to rise in 2016 - Feed Strategy

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    Apr 29, 2016 · Indonesia’s animal feed industry. There are 84 feed mills operating in Indonesia, with new facilities due to come into production and expansion at existing mills expected to add a further 1.5 mmt capacity to bring the national total to 21 mmt, according to the FAS. Local experts report that facilities run at an average of 70-80 percent capacity.

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