The growth of commercialization and expanding urban markets were the developments most important in encouraging the growth of the cattle industry during the late 1800's.
expansion of railway lines
Cattle are raised on farms. Their existence is important because they are usually raised asÊlivestock and these are used in our daily needs.
It wasn't chicken so it could have been either still beef or pork.
on a farm
Other cattle. Cows and bulls that are raised for reproductive purposes are kept to produce calves which grow into cattle which are raised for meat production or as replacements in the breeding herd.
in the 1800s, why were many labor strikes unsuccessful?
Paraguay is a country in South America. The chief animals raised there include: cattle, chickens and pigs. The most common livestock is cattle.
Most farmers in the 1800s had to move to out of farms to cities since large industries were starting to replace mills and farms in the late 1800s.
There are various kinds of livestock raised in Ireland. The most common livestock raised are sheep, cattle, pigs, and horses.
most of the immigrants who poured into the united states in the late 1800s lacked the money to buy farms and the education to obtain higher-paying jobs.
Most cattle are raised on farms and ranches. During the summer cattle are sent to public grazing lands to graze and live for a few months before being gathered up and shipped back to the ranches and farms they came from. Cattle which are raised for beef or meant for slaughter are fed up in feedlots before being sent to slaughter.
I believe most cattle are raised all over where there is adequate feed for the farmers to feed them, both for pasture and for growing grain: primarily in the rural areas bordering the cities.
Most likely in or near Omaha, Nebraska.
In the early 1800s, most immigrants to the United States came from Ireland and Germany. In the late 1800s, they came from Italy, Greece, Poland, and Russia.
refrigerated rail cars
Improved transportation and medicine were the two primary factors that increased European exploration and interests in interior Africa in the late 1800s.