Cattle, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, birds and other animals
Fire (fire, smoke, soot, lightning, explosions).
Natural forces (rain, storms, hail, snow pressure, flood, subsidence, landslides).
Non-communicable diseases (gastritis, book obstruction, bronchitis, pneumonia, dystrophy of the liver, inflammation of the liver, etc.).
Infectious diseases (tuberculosis, rabies, parasitic diseases, rhinotracheitis, diarrhea).
Dangerous and very dangerous (epidemic) communicable diseases (foot-and-mouth disease, anthrax, fever, bluetongue).
Theft with burglary, robbery and vandalism after an intrusion.
Malicious destruction of an animal, death due to the actions of third parties.
External influences (electric shock, strangulation, drowning, attack on wild animals, insect bites).