Sheep industry

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  • The Science of Animal Agriculture is directed toward teaching the basic science concepts involved in the production of agricultural animals. This newly revised edition contains the latest up-to-date information regarding the scientifi c aspect of the agricultural industry. All facets of modern agriculture are based on science. From the most rudimentary cultural practices to the most complicated biotechnology techniques, scientifi c research has produced the phenomenon known as American agriculture....

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  • Bài 16: active and passive sentences (thể chủ động và bị động) Part 1 - THE DIALOGUE (đối thoại) Anh Bill, người chăn cừu, sẽ kể cho các bạn nghe về ngành chăn nuôi cừu. Dialogue 1: BILL: QUESTION: BILL: There are millions of sheep in Australia. The sheep industry produces meat for food, and wool for clothing. How is wool produced? Well…first there's the shearing. The sheep are taken to the shearing shed where they're shorn. Then the fleece - that's the wool - is thrown onto a table where it's cleaned up a bit. The fleeces are sorted… Some...

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  • EVERYDAY ENGLISH FROM AUSTRALIA – Series 2 TIẾNG ANH THÔNG DỤNG Ở AUSTRALIA – Loạt 2 Bài 16: active and passive sentences (thể chủ động và bị động) Part 1 - THE DIALOGUE (đối thoại) Anh Bill, người chăn cừu, sẽ kể cho các bạn nghe về ngành chăn nuôi cừu. Dialogue 1: BILL: QUESTION: BILL: There are millions of sheep in Australia. The sheep industry produces meat for food, and wool for clothing. How is wool produced? Well…first there's the shearing. The sheep are taken to the shearing shed where they're shorn.

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  • You have perhaps observed the regularity of arrangement in the twigs and branches of trees. Now pull up the roots of a plant, as, for example, sheep sorrel, Jimson weed, or some other plant. Note the branching of the roots. In these there is no such regularity as is seen in the twig. Trace the rootlets to their finest tips. How small, slender, and delicate they are! Still we do not see the finest of them, for in taking the plant from the ground we tore the most delicate away. In order to see the real construction of a...

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  • We have seen that the landlords' profits were seriously diminished by the Black Death, and they cast about them for new ways of increasing their incomes. Arable land had been until now largely in excess of pasture, the cultivation of corn was the chief object of agriculture, bread forming a much larger proportion of men's diet than now. This began to change. Much of the land was laid down to grass, and there was a steady increase in sheep farming; thus commenced that revolution in farming which in the sixteenth century led Harrison to say that England was mainly...

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  • From what has been said in the preceding pages, it will be gathered that a vast amount of compassion has been wasted on the enclosure of commons, for it is abundantly evident from contemporary writers that there were a large number of people dragging out a miserable existence on them, by living on the produce of a cow or two, or some sheep and a few poultry, with what game they could sometimes catch, and refusing regular work. Dymock, Hartlib's contemporary, questions 'whether commons do not rather make poore by causing idlenesse than maintaine them;' and he also asks...

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  • The cattle and sheep of this period have generally been described as poor animals, and no doubt they would seem small to us. To Jacob Rathgib, a traveller, writing in 1592, they seemed worthy of praise: 'England has beautiful oxen and cows, with very large horns, low and heavy and for the most part black; there is abundance of sheep and wethers, which graze by themselves winter and summer without shepherds.' The heaviest wethers, according to him, weighed 60 lb. and had at the most 6 lb. of wool, a much heavier fleece than is generally ascribed to them;...

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  • In 1730 Charles, second Viscount Townshend, retired from politics, on his quarrel with his brother-in-law Walpole, who remarked that 'as long as the firm was Townshend and Walpole the utmost harmony prevailed, but it no sooner became Walpole and Townshend than things went wrong'. He devoted himself to the management of his Norfolk estates and set an example to English landlords in wisely and diligently experimenting in farm practice which was soon followed on all sides, the names of Lords Ducie, Peterborough, and Bolingbroke being the best known of his fellow-labourers.

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  • he meat packing industry handles the slaughtering, processing, packaging, and distribution of animals such as cattle, pigs, sheep and other livestock. The industry is primarily focused on producing meat for human consumption, but it also yields a variety of by-products including hides, feathers, dried blood, and, through the process of rendering, fat such as tallow and protein meals such as meat & bone meal.

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  • (Mobile-wireless technologies cloned sheep would be way down in the bottom left corner.

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  • Atlas DMT and Other Industry Leaders Prove the Effectiveness of Online Advertising Online Advertising has been much maligned in recent months. Following the tumble of the NASDAQ, many in the industry are scrambling to prove the viability of their advertising-supported business models. Ironically, the Internet’s own accountability has been its downfall. Due to reports of declining click-through rates (CTR), banner advertising is suddenly the black-sheep marketing channel. The problem is that focusing on click-through rates misses the point of advertising.

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