Business of Animal By-Products

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By - Shivangi Rai


Cattle yield by-products like tallow, a versatile fat used in wax paper, crayons, lipsticks, shaving creams, cosmetics, and more!


Turkeys, ducks, and geese are lesser-known members of the poultry family but contribute significantly to meat production


Lard, the fat obtained from pig abdomens, plays a role in the production of shaving creams, soaps, makeup, baked goods, and other products


Goat meat, considered a type of red meat, comes in various cuts and is a popular protein source in many developing countries


Bones, hooves, and horns of sheep are used to make products such as gelatin, tape, brushes, and pet food ingredients

Fish & Seafood

Seafood encompasses various products, including shrimp, squid, mussels, clams, crabs, and more, offering varied products!


Horse meat is also a source of nutrition in many countries worldwide


Beeswax, produced by bees, is used in making lotions, shoe polish, crayons, chewing gum, and more!


Rabbits are also raised for their meat!

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