• Breed goats or sheep?

    Best answer: Goats are easier to feed on weeds. Sheep need plenty of grass in the mix. If you have a hill with bushes, goats are your choice. Both goats and sheep make wool if you pick the bred right. Goats make less but it's more expensive. Nearly a wash here. Both goats and sheep make meat. I happen to prefer goat... show more
    Best answer: Goats are easier to feed on weeds. Sheep need plenty of grass in the mix. If you have a hill with bushes, goats are your choice.

    Both goats and sheep make wool if you pick the bred right. Goats make less but it's more expensive. Nearly a wash here.

    Both goats and sheep make meat. I happen to prefer goat meat but virtually everyone in western society outside of Texas or Mexico prefers lamb meat to kid meat. This suggests sheep.

    Look at your land. Hills suggest goats. Flat suggests sheep. Not a lot of difference otherwise.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What causes roots to grow downward?

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  • What's ya'lls opinion of rape farms?

    states that are building rape farms have an exponentaiily dramtically drop in sex crimes against women. Rape farms are run by state gov't the farms hire legal prostitutes to walk around a small little city built to exact measures of real city life, men pay good money and one state takes welfare. it reduces... show more
    states that are building rape farms have an exponentaiily dramtically drop in sex crimes against women. Rape farms are run by state gov't the farms hire legal prostitutes to walk around a small little city built to exact measures of real city life, men pay good money and one state takes welfare. it reduces police force, criminal courts, judges, jail so its a win win for society.
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • What made the agricultural revolution revolutionary?

    Best answer: The significance of the revolution probably lies in the improvement of technology. Before the revolution, farmers spread seeds by walking up and down fields and dropping them individually. The revolution introduced machines like the Jethro Tull which quickened the process significantly. Improvements like this... show more
    Best answer: The significance of the revolution probably lies in the improvement of technology. Before the revolution, farmers spread seeds by walking up and down fields and dropping them individually. The revolution introduced machines like the Jethro Tull which quickened the process significantly.

    Improvements like this meant that food production increased. It was also a huge step for technology. These two reasons are probably why the agricultural revolution was so ‘revolutionary’. Hope this helped.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • What Is Agriculture ?

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  • Are farm subsidies a form of welfare?

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  • Applying for a small farm Microloan what does this mean under collateral requirements.?

    Best answer: They basically want to secure the loan with your land. Since they want first lien, that means you must own the farm (or house) free and clear, and the loan would basically be a mortgage against that. Make sure you really want to do this. If this is the house you are living in, you could lose it if your venture... show more
    Best answer: They basically want to secure the loan with your land. Since they want first lien, that means you must own the farm (or house) free and clear, and the loan would basically be a mortgage against that. Make sure you really want to do this. If this is the house you are living in, you could lose it if your venture fails.
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • You can never trust a goat, can you?

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  • Need help with physics/energy problem. Much Appreciated!!?

    Need help with physics/energy problem. Much Appreciated!!?

    Levers are a clever way of moving something heavy that you wouldn’t be able to move just by pushing on it. A lever consists of a “lever arm”, which is free to pivot about a point, or “fulcrum”. It relies on having the distance L1 be larger than L2. By pushing on the long arm, the force F1 you apply gets... show more
    Levers are a clever way of moving something heavy that you wouldn’t be able to move just by pushing on it. A lever consists of a “lever arm”, which is free to pivot about a point, or “fulcrum”. It relies on having the distance L1 be larger than L2. By pushing on the long arm, the force F1 you apply gets multiplied, and a much larger force F2 is applied to the load. At first glance, it seems like you get “something for nothing” when using a lever; you apply a small force, and you’re able to move an object with a much larger force! On closer inspection, it turns out not to be so; the work done on the object matches exactly the work you put in. Here, we will derive the basic lever equation F1/F2 = L2/L1 Part 1 If you push the long end of the lever down a distance d1, how much does the other end move up? (Call this distance d2.) Express you answer in terms of L1 and L2. Part 2 Assume that the work you do is equal the work done on the load. Express this assumption in terms of the forces F1 and F2 and displacements d1 and d2, and use your answer from part 1 to derive the lever equation. Part 3 (you can do this part without doing part 1 or 2) If I gave you a lever arm 10 m long, where would you have to rest it on the fulcrum to lift a 1000 kg object off the ground? (I.e., what must the ratio L1/L2 be?) (Hint: The force you can exert is probably largest if you lean on it and push down with all your weight.)
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • Do you like nature walks?

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  • Is it good or bad to work with a lover?

    My crush and I worked together for a long time and the whole time he was all over me. He could barely let me work because he was too busy watching me. He would get mad when I would do my job and not focus on him. He would embarrass me all the time. He would be all over me in front of everyone when I dident want... show more
    My crush and I worked together for a long time and the whole time he was all over me. He could barely let me work because he was too busy watching me. He would get mad when I would do my job and not focus on him. He would embarrass me all the time. He would be all over me in front of everyone when I dident want anyone else to know that we were in love. He would kind of bother me the whole time. Will he just got fired I can’t stop crying because I loved seeing him all the time.. but in my heart I feel that this was the best thing because he was only there for one thing only.. we live right next to each other.. so I could still see him but I liked having him at work.. overall I just wanted to know is it a bad or good thing to work with a lover?
    8 answers · 4 months ago
  • My chickens were attacked by neighbors dog my dog has never messed with them and they are scared of her now. How can I get them to trust her?

    Best answer: It's very sad when that happen. Some animals just cannot reason the different between a foe and a friend that look similar. I know a Dalmation that now has to be muzzled as she attacks all small animals such as cats and little dogs after being hurt by just one little animal. Your chickens are not capable... show more
    Best answer: It's very sad when that happen. Some animals just cannot reason the different between a foe and a friend that look similar. I know a Dalmation that now has to be muzzled as she attacks all small animals such as cats and little dogs after being hurt by just one little animal. Your chickens are not capable of distinguishing between the harmless friendly dog and the bad, chicken hurting dog. Perhaps after a long time they might regain confidence, but chickens are only so smart I'm afraid.
    9 answers · 5 months ago
  • 1.9 mm = what percentage of an inch?

    5 answers · 5 months ago