Lamb and Mutton

Lamb, hogget, and mutton, generically sheep meat, are the meat of domestic sheep, Ovis aries. A sheep in its first year is a lamb and its meat is also lamb. A sheep in its second year and its meat are hogget. Older sheep meat is mutton. Generally, "hogget" and "sheep meat" are not used by consumers outside New Zealand, South Africa and Australia with the exception of the Navajo people in the American Southwest, who consume mutton as a staple part of their diet. Historically, Navajo sheep ranching has been regulated by the Federal Government due to habitat destruction caused …

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ORF: Observer Research Foundation · 5 June 2024 English

Introduction ‘Blue food’ refers to seafood and other food derived from aquatic resources; in the Indo-Pacific region, surrounded by rich water bodies, the concept takes on particular cultural, economic, and …

practices, making it one of the highest emitters. Lamb and mutton follow, with 40 kg CO2eq, and beef from a


WWF: World Wide Fund for Nature (UK) · 14 July 2023 English

meaning that rather than being enclosed in fields, they form a natural association These farmers are not dependent on external suppliers for feed and not subject to the through the …

UK’ award. Up to 20% of their organic beef, lamb and mutton and 100% of their pork is sold through their


AMAP: Arctic Monitoring And Assessment Programme · 7 November 2022 English

AMAP Assessment 2021: Human Health in the Arctic AMAP Secretariat The Fram Centre, P. [...] Box 6606 Stakkevollan, N-9296 Tromsø, Norway T +47 21 08 04 80 F +47 21 …

varied diet recommended by the authorities. Lamb and mutton, while still popular have largely been replaced


EU: European Union · 10 July 2022 English

15113000-3 Pork 15114000-0 Offal 15115000-7 Lamb and mutton 15115100-8 Lamb 15115200-9 Mutton 15117000-1


EU: European Union · 10 July 2022 English

15113000-3 Pork 15114000-0 Offal 15115000-7 Lamb and mutton 15115100-8 Lamb 15115200-9 Mutton 15117000-1


EU: European Union · 10 July 2022 Irish

15113000-3 Pork 15114000-0 Offal 15115000-7 Lamb and mutton 15115100-8 Lamb 15115200-9 Mutton 15117000-1


WWF: World Wide Fund for Nature (UK) · 25 May 2022 English

Feed represents 75% of the global warming impact of poultry globally, 60% for pork, and 33% for dairy production.8 Grains for livestock use up to a third of the annual …

tonnes of beef and veal, 318,000 tonnes of lamb and mutton and 15 billion litres of milk.36 For THE MAJORITY


EU: European Union · 12 May 2022 English

to seven generations of specialists in the lamb and mutton of the Pyrenees. The “Agneau des Pyrénées”


AMAP: Arctic Monitoring And Assessment Programme · 12 April 2022 English

• AMAP HH Report Book v7.indb AMAP Assessment 2021: Human Health in the Arctic AMAP Secretariat The Fram Centre, P. [...] The only condition of such use is acknowledgement of …

varied diet recommended by the authorities. Lamb and mutton, while still popular have largely been replaced


IFAD: International Fund for Agricultural Development · 24 March 2022 English

In this review, the role of farmed animals in circular food systems in the tropics is presented in four case studies, and the impacts of circularity on food security and …

10th percentile Animal-sourced foods Beef Lamb and mutton 50 20 164 42 Cheese 20 12 185 30 Pig meat 11


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