MSU ANS 110 - Equine (2 pages)

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a little history on how animals have helped develop modern days work.


Lecture number:
3
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Michigan State University
Course:
Ans 110 - Introduct Animal Agriculture

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HA 101 1nd Edition Lecture 3 Outline of Last Lecture I Genesis II III Transition Domestication Outline of Current Lecture IV Medieval times V A Horses B Farmers ranches Companion animals Current Lecture I II Medieval times A Horses were seen as a statues symbol 1 The more horses the higher a statues you had 2 Common religious practices a People would get buried with their horses b Sacrifice by riding their horses to the sea until they drown 3 Used to be used for plowing and riding a Inventions stirrup comfort and security 1 Horses collar to pull heavier loads 2 Nail on horse shoes to protect the hoof and not wear of as fast B Arabians were the 1st modern horse to ride C In development countries animals provide 52 of cultivation power currently D Farmers and ranchers 1 Popular of car increased and used horses decreased following world war 1 a Some horses went back to become food for some people b Today horses are not calculated as live stock Companion animals These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best Used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute A B Cat Dog food alone valued 1 billion annually Unclear 1 Educations purposes a Human have social and material needs 1 Social isolation and deleterious effects 2 Therapy Animals a Leader dog for the blind b Paw with a cause 3 Working Dogs a Military police Security and Herding Animals have always played a huge role in agriculture and developing our modern day world



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