Cattle, wildlife, both, or neither?
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Cattle, wildlife, both, or neither? a guide to an appropriate response by D. J. Jansen

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Published by WWF Multispecies Project in Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe .
Written in English



  • Zimbabwe.


  • Ranches -- Economic aspects -- Zimbabwe.,
  • Cattle -- Economic aspects -- Zimbabwe.,
  • Big game ranching -- Economic aspects -- Zimbabwe.,
  • Wildlife management -- Economic aspects -- Zimbabwe.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementD.J. Jansen.
SeriesProject paper / Multispecies Animal Production Systems Project ;, no. 5, Project paper (Multispecies Animal Production Systems Project) ;, no. 5.
LC ClassificationsSF55.Z55 J35 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination23 p. ;
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1075731M
LC Control Number93982082

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Studies in wildlife ecology often involve species that are hunted, trapped, or are of additional economic or aesthetic importance to humans, including species that are rare, threatened, or endangered. A sheep or a cattle became the only food available to them. And yes, I mean “a cattle.” Technically, “cattle” is the name of the species and “cow” is the term for females of the species.   But if you read the book you will come across much evidence on the practice of eating the flesh of other animals, too. The cow has been an important figure in an agrarian economy. Was there any economic logic to cow sacrifices or slaughter in early India? Cattle sacrifices can be explained in terms of both economic and cultural factors.   Meat - A Benign Extravagance is an exploration of the difficult environmental and ethical issues that surround the human consumption of animal flesh. The world's meat consumption is rapidly rising, leading to devastating environmental impacts as well as having long term health implications for societies everywhere/5.

  The suffering that eating meat inflicts on animals is clear. What you might not realise is the harm it does to humanity and the planet. That’s why I’m campaigning for the Animal Justice Party, writes AJP member Geoff Russell.. The ABC Four Corners program “A Bloody Business” sparked an explosion of compassion in Australia. A wide cross-section of Australians reacted with grief and Author: Geoff Russell.   Cattle and other livestock graze more than a quarter of the planet's total land surface, making livestock grazing the most ubiquitous human activity on earth in land area used (Steinfeld et al , Robinson et al ).Livestock production is generally thought of as detrimental to wildlife and many people assert that livestock have had a dramatic negative impact on global by:   Well, both Buffalo and Bison are common names for the shaggy bovine that roams Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and neither are incorrect. The scientific name for the American Bison is Bison bison and the European bison, or wisent, is known scientifically as Bison bonasus. I LOVED reading this book. Teddy Roosevelt is a great writer. He had such a full and interesting life as a cowboy in the s and s. And he does a great job of describing everything about people, places, and wildlife in those times. So fun to read a book written 4/5.

  The reason wolves, both the northern gray and Mexican gray subspecies, disappeared from southern and central Arizona was human hunting. When the ranges were opened to cattle and sheep, the wolves.   I've never heard mules or donkey's called Johns, always a Jack or a Jenny, but that's neither here nor there. We had a small donkey (gelded) in with our herd for a while, he did fine for a few months, then one day seen him grab up a new calf by the scruff of the neck, like a dog would carry a pup and he took off runnin to the backside of the pasture with that calf in his mouth!!!! Synopsis. In the African context, Zimbabwe has been one of the most aggressive promoters of the sustainable use philosophy. In contrast to the fact that the world’s biodiversity is shrinking daily, Zimbabwe’s wildlife management practices, both in the Parks and Wildlife Estate (PWLE) and the communal/private land sector, are by: 6. a. Includes both the ecological and economic value of natural ecosystems b. Includes only the economic value of an ecosystem's goods and services c. Includes only the ecological value of natural ecosystems d. Includes neither the economic nor the ecological value of an ecosystem's goods and services.