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General Livestock Industry Edition

Provides a focus on the business of breeding, raising, buying and selling livestock.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 1, INTRODUCTION
    • Purpose of the Guide 1-1
    • Keeping in Touch with the Industry 1-1
    • Compliance Potential 1-2
    • General Livestock Risks 1-3
    • Changes in Methods of Accounting 1-4
    • Conclusion 1-5
  • 2, EXAMINATION TECHNIQUES
    • Pre-Planning 2-1
    • Document Request/Appointment Schedule 2-1
    • Initial Interview 2-2
    • Site Visit 2-2
    • Audit Steps 2-3
    • Closing Conference 2-4
    • Conclusion 2-4
  • 3, INDUSTRY ISSUES
    • Common Issues 3-1
    • Breeder Operation 3-1
    • Fattening/Feeding Operation 3-1
    • Issues 3-2
    • IRC section 1231 3-2
    • IRC section 162 3-4
    • IRC section 61 3-5
    • IRC section 168 3-5
    • IRC section 179 3-5
    • IRC section 183 3-7
    • IRC section 195 3-8
    • IRC section 451 3-9
    • IRC section 465 3-10
    • IRC section 469 3-10
    • IRC section 471 3-11
    • IRC section 1033 3-11
    • Conclusion 3-12
    • Unique Characteristics 3-12
  • 4, CATTLE INDUSTRY
    • Introduction 4-1
    • Industry Facts 4-2
    • Issues 4-5
    • IRC section 162 4-5
    • IRC section 61 4-5
    • IRC section 168 4-5
    • IRC section 469 4-5
  • 5, DAIRY CATTLE INDUSTRY
    • Introduction 5-1
    • Industry Facts 5-3
    • Issues 5-5
    • IRC section 61 5-5
    • IRC section 168 5-5
  • 6, HORSE INDUSTRY
    • Introduction 6-1
    • Industry Facts 6-3
    • Issues 6-3
    • IRC section 1231 6-3
    • IRC section 61 6-4
    • IRC section 168 6-4
  • 7, SHEEP AND GOAT INDUSTRY
    • Introduction 7-1
    • Sheep 7-1
    • Goats 7-3
    • Industry Facts 7-5
    • Issues 7-7
    • IRC section 162 7-7
    • IRC section 61 7-7
    • IRC section 168 7-7
  • 8, SWINE INDUSTRY
    • Introduction 8-1
    • Industry Facts 8-3
    • Issues 8-4
    • IRC section 168 8-4
  • 9, RATITES AND ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY
    • Ratites 9-1
    • Introduction 9-1
    • Industry Facts 9-1
    • End Products 9-2
    • Issues 9-2
    • IRC section 1231 9-2
    • IRC section 61 9-3
    • IRC section 168 9-3
    • IRC section 179 9-3
    • IRC section 195 9-3
    • IRC section 469 9-4
    • Alternative Livestock 9-4
    • Introduction 9-4
    • Issues 9-5
    • IRC section 1231 9-5
    • IRC section 61 9-5
    • IRC section 168 9-5
    • IRC section 179 9-5
    • IRC section 195 9-5
    • IRC section 469 9-5
  • APPENDIX - A GLOSSARY-LIVESTOCK TERMS
    • Quick Facts Related to
    • Livestock Farming A-1
    • Cattle A-1
    • Horses A-1
    • Sheep A-2
    • Swine A-2
    • Mink Farming A-2
    • Glossary A-3
  • APPENDIX - B INTERVIEW QUESTIONS - BY TYPE
    • Introduction B-1
    • Farm Initial Interview B-2
    • Beef Interview Questions B-7
    • Dairy Interview Questions B-9
    • Swine Interview Questions B-11
    • Sheep Interview Questions B-13
    • Exotic Animal Interview Questions B-15
  • APPENDIX - C OTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION
    • Publications C-1
    • Periodicals and Non-IRS Publications C-1
  • APPENDIX - D LIVESTOCK BREED ASSOCIATIONS
    • Ass Breed Associations D-1
    • Cattle Breed Associations D-2
    • Goat Breed Associations D-6
    • Horse Breed Association D-6
    • Sheep Breed Associations D-11
    • Swine Breed Associations D-13
  • APPENDIX - E UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
    • AGRICULTURE Electronic Sources of Information E-1

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