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Where is Animal Agriculture in Your World? Let’s Go Find Out!
Did You Know: Food Your egg is produced from a chicken! Your milk is produced from a dairy cow!
Did You Know: Food Your bacon is produced from a pig! Your hamburger is produced from beef cattle!
Did You Know: Clothes The leather in your shoes is made from a cow! The wool in your socks is made from a sheep!
Did You Know: Clothes The leather in your belt is made from cattle ! Feathers in a down vest come from poultry!
Did You Know: Medicine Insulin for diabetics is made from a pig or cow!
Did You Know: Medicine The lanolin found in many lotions is made from sheep!
Did You Know? Leather in a football is made from cowhide! Leather in luggage is made from pig skin!
Did You Know? Some tennis racket strings are made from sheep! Pet food is made from a variety of animals!
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