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Animal unit The term 'Animal unit ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A standard measure, based on feed requirements, used to combine various classes of livestock according to size, weight, age, and use. For federal lands, an animal unit represents one mature cow, bull, steer, heifer, horse, mule, or five sheep, or five goats, all over six months of age'.
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