Recent Examples of animal husbandry from the Web
The switch from hunting and gathering and nomadism to settled agriculture and animal husbandry seems to have brought about a profound change in people’s treatment of animals.
She seemed taken with the two Americans who were completely ignorant of the difference between Texel and any other kind of sheep, and enjoyed explaining aspects of animal husbandry to us.
She is fascinated by the characteristics and variations that selective breeding and animal husbandry have produced in her chickens; her large-format prints are designed to render the birds faithfully in detail.
Winners were determined after a blind tasting of entries that met standards for environmentally sound agriculture practices, good animal husbandry, sourcing transparency and responsible relationships throughout the supply chain.
The monks operate an agriculture and animal husbandry school, and design and build koras, a type of West African harp that is played during a transcendent daily musical mass.
But despite their shared interest in zoology and animal husbandry, the brothers’ paths diverged greatly as the Nazis rose to power.
The catteries at the temples of Bastet are our first efforts at raising cats in a manner of animal husbandry.
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First Known Use of animal husbandry
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY Defined for English Language Learners
: a kind of farming in which people raise animals for meat, milk, eggs, etc.
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