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  • 2.2: Importance Of Nutrients In Sheep Production

    2.2. Importance of nutrients in sheep production Importance’s of Nutrients are substances, that supplied by animals used as feedstuffs, for body maintenance and production. Adequate amount of energy’s, proteins, vitamins and mineral supplements are essential nutrients to improve the productivity of sheep fatting. According to Cannas et al. (2004), Adequate supply of energy and protein in the sheep balanced diet are important to enhance meat production and to protect the sheep from weight loss,…

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  • Horse BCS Analysis

    digestion of fiber is in the hindgut of the horse, which is composed of the colon and cecum (Hintz and Cymbaluk, 1994). The fermentation that occurs in the colon and cecum of horses is microbial fermentation, and while it works well for horses that are grazing, they still cannot digest forages of lower quality as well as cattle can (Parker and Henderson, 2014). While the digestion of food begins with the chewing of food in the mouth, further breakdown of food by liquefaction in the stomach,…

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  • Tourism In Kenya Adam Jadhav Analysis

    Kenya is a stunning place on the East African Coast. The vast amount of land and scenery is what brings tourism to this country. Tourists rush in see the wildlife during safaris and retreat to resorts and unwind. After watching Wild Frontier’s Travel Guide to Kenya and comparing it to Adam Jadhav’s New: Tourism, friend or foe of the Maasai?, it is evident that there is a positive and negative effect of tourism. Using various techniques, these videos give off separate insights of tourism in Kenya…

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  • The Hudson River School: Art In The 19th Century

    The Hudson River School was a group of artists based in New York City in the mid 19th Century. Primarily known for painting landscapes, the group belonged to many of the same clubs and in 1858 many of them worked at the Studio Building on West 10th Street, the first building in New York City to be built primarily as a workplace for artists. Thomas Cole, considered to be the founder of the movement, was born in England in 1801 and emigrated to the United States in 1818. In 1825 he moved to New…

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  • Drones In Sports

    Drones aren’t only used for recreational or military purposes. There are many ways drones can become essential for commercial use. There are eight popular industries that have already started using drones or having been considering using them. Hollywood filmmakers have already started using drones to film movies. Drones offer filming from different angles that they could never reach before. Energy companies have been considering drones because it’s easier and safer to inspect their facilities.…

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  • Scared To Death Summary

    After reading "Scared To Death" by Ed Yong, I learned the term "landscape of fear." A landscape of fear is a map of the effects the predators have on their prey. The effects of long-term fear among the prey population just because of the presence of the prey is graphed into a map of sorts. Some people don't believe animals can experience long term fear, but a researcher named John Laundre is changing this notion. We know they experience short-term fear during a chase or when a predator is about…

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  • Socotra Research Paper

    celebrated medicinal qualities. Sap from the tree was sought by Roman Gladiators to cure wounds. Once a vast forest, these remaining trees, unique to Socotra are now classified as endangered. Recent years have shown a troubling decline due to over grazing and insufficient cloud cover needed for young saplings. Smelling the sweet and very valuable amber resin that oozes from the frankincense tree one can easily imagine why it has been traded for over 5,000 years. The Christmas story tells of…

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  • Vegetarianism Benefits

    Vegetarianism not only offers greater health benefits but also improves many issues with animal cruelty and even economic problems. In the last few years the number of people choosing a plant-based diet has doubled, making vegetarianism the most popular diet amongst the younger generations. A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat, poultry, or fish. Vegetarians eat mainly fruit, vegetables, grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts. Many eat eggs and dairy products but avoid hidden animal products…

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  • Drought In Kenya Essay

    DROUGHT ADAPTATIONS IN KENYA INTRODUCTION The Lancet commission on Health and Climate change June 2015 list four direct effect of climate change; ’Increase heat stress, floods, drought and increased frequency of intense storms”( The Lancet, 2015). Who. int (2015) describes drought as a period in the climate cycle caused by lack of rainfall that result in lack of water that then leads to food shortages. The populations mostly affected by this climate induced disaster are; people of low social…

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  • Wolf Reintroduction Essay

    species since the reintroduction. For example, it has been shown that Aspen is being browsed significantly less and its population is higher (Ripple et al., 2001) than before the reintroduction and a negative correlation was found between amount of grazing and the height of the Aspen (Ripple & Beschta, 2012). There has also been shown to be effects on two species of Willow (Salix geyeriana and Salix boothii) where stem growth was shown to have doubled since 1996, this study by Beyer et al.…

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