What country has dairy farming and sheep grazing?
Australia, New Zealand, England, America - a lot of different countries.
How would you change the following sentence in the singular The deer and the sheep are grazing in the meadow?
It is best for pasture growth in not just dairy farming, but in the raising of beef cattle, sheep, goats and even horses. It provides the necessary hoof action, grazing pressure, fertilizer (in the form of urine and feces), and significant rest periods to encourage good grass growth. It also is a system where one pasture is divided up into at least five paddocks so that cattle can be rotated anywhere from a few times…
Dairy farming is a class of agricultural, or an animal husbandry, enterprise, for long-term production of milk, usually from dairy cows but also from goats and sheep, which may be either processed on-site or transported to a dairy factory for processing and eventual retail sale. Most dairy farms sell the male calves born by their cows, usually for veal production, or breeding depending on quality of the bull calf, rather than raising non-milk-producing stock
Roy A. Harris has written: 'Co nservation grazing management for wet meadows and marsh' -- subject(s): Forage plants, Grazing 'In tegrating conservation grazing with commercial sheep production' -- subject(s): Forage plants, Grazing 'Th e use of sheep grazing to control weeds of grassland' -- subject(s): Forage plants, Grazing 'Co nservation grazing management for maritime heath' -- subject(s): Forage plants, Grazing
Wales has a lot of upland pasture (mountainside slopes which are low enough for good grass, but not suitable for arable farming). Such pasture is not suitable for Cattle (which prefer level fields) but makes excellent grazing for sheep. This is also the reason why Scotland and New Zealand are prime sheep areas.
There one many types of Agriculture. 1) Shifting Cultivation 2) Intensive Pastoral Farming 3) Subsistence Cultivation 4) Commercial Cultivation 5) Mixed crop Cultivation 6) Dairy Farming 7) Dry Farming 8) Intensive Arable Farming 9) Market Gardening (Fruit and salad vegetables). 10) Silk Farming 11) Plantation or Tree Farming 12) Extensive Pastoral Farming (eg Hill Sheep Farming) 13) Organic Farming 14) Biointensive Farming