18 Jan 2010

Sample Essay: New Zealand

The Silver Fern is a reflection of New Zealand’s acceptance and celebration of nature in their everyday life. It acts as an unofficial national emblem being used in lieu of various national emblems such as the Coat of Arms and the New Zealand One Dollar Coin. It is also used by various sports teams such as the Silver Ferns and All Blacks. It is a part of the New Zealand national identity and a readily identifiable symbol in New Zealand.

Agriculture is an important part of the traditional New Zealand economics.  Carried out primarily by the Maoris, Agriculture was a primary occupation of the pre-European New Zealand.  When the first settlers of Captain Cook arrived, the natives were willing to embrace them due to the reason that the latter would provide New Zealand with a new social and political perspective in the modern world.

The tribes of New Zealand respect their history and are firmly devout; they have a certain respect regarding agriculture. They have remained steadfast in their efforts to sustain a healthy economy and lifestyle, and religion and agriculture have been their means for attaining their goal.  They were able to enhance their farming and hunting capabilities.  It was not until the first settlers had arrived, that they were finally introduced to a new perspective of the need for diversity of having a new economy with foreign investors. Furthermore, they realized that they would be able to interact with traders in order to have an adequate relationship with their agricultural background.

For example, from the standpoint of a farmer, he would be able to have a new agenda from obtaining good returns on his crops which would lead to the eventual prosperity of his family. Instead of being happy with the meager returns from traditional avenues, they would have a new government which would establish a new treatment of his or her land, and bring in good and just trade and barter policies, which are necessary to sustain a beneficial economy.  The merchants for example, in the 18th century, had wanted to utilize their land, not for the prosperity of New Zealand, but to use it as an import and export industry, in order to benefit from certain agricultural phenomena which were exotic to the merchants and the Europeans. Furthermore, the settlers began to realize that New Zealand could in fact be a frontier in which it could setup colonies, and treat it as if it were the British Isles.

An author explains this situation and its impact on New Zealand in its future relations with the foreign market:

‘New Zealand welcomes and encourages foreign investment without discrimination. The Overseas Investment Commission (OIC) must give consent to foreign investments that would control 25% or more of businesses or property worth more than NZ$ 50 million.’

In this respect, we can see that New Zealanders had a new inspiration with which they were to view this rise in their economy and population growth. There was also intermarriage, between natives and settlers which had promoted a new way of adapting to this society, and being able to establish relationships with foreign settlers. This is an important aspect to realize, because New Zealand would have a new diversity which played a role in providing for the proper form of education and urban planning.  With regard to economics, it would establish a foundation for their land to prosper alongwith the industries which had embraced the frontier of New Zealand.

In 2007, New Zealand has experienced a rise in their population growth – for example, the increase in the number of immigrants which has been imperative, since the 18th century, for the establishment and growth of their economy. However, since the settlers’ arrival in New Zealand, the trade industry has still remained an industry which these people have used, as their main identity and asset, in establishing relationships with other foreign countries; and from these relationships, they have been able to have a new policy on New Zealand’s agenda.

We can see this agenda as a new form of understanding in the social and political stance. Yet, they have still remained aggressive in their handling of political agenda and in its relationship with foreign currency in order to better their economics.  They have a different approach in analyzing the ways in which this could be interpreted.  Once again, from this standpoint, we can see these people have a new agenda in which they were able to carry forth and not be hassled by the strict rigors of their economic agenda which have marred the import and export industry.  In recent times, they have tried to expend their capital by including other industries which would help to establish New Zealand as a country which has a diversified revenue portfolio. Furthermore, they have still been able to handle their import and export industry, which is native to the prosperity of this island-nation.

New Zealand’s economy presently suffers from huge deficits year after year, a sure cause of concern to those who hold the reigns of this bustling economy. According to a public source:

‘The large current account deficit, which stood at more than 8% of GDP in 2000, has been a constant source of concern for New Zealand policymakers.  The rebound in the export sector is expected to help narrow the deficit to lower levels’.

New Zealand still relies on to this day, on its import and export industry because of its locality. The country has been able to cultivate its land in order to raise the market value of their agricultural heritage.  Author Fredrick Wood, in his book Understanding New Zealand (Wood) explains:

‘From the country’s earliest days, for instance, saw-milling has been an important industry; and many sawmill workers rarely see a town, great or small.  They pursue timber in receding forests up the sides of mountains.’

We can see that New Zealanders have the advantage of having an exotic frontier, and have learned over their history to utilize their natural resources in establishing a new perspective on how to formulate their trade policy.  For example, foreign relations currently is the most important aspect for their economy to maintain a proper market value, because they rely on this in order to strengthen their import industry.  We can see this has an effect on the surplus of immigrants who have been able to reside in New Zealand the last ten years.

Furthermore, New Zealand has been able to sustain a new mindset in which they could be seen as establishing a healthy wave of influence in this political arena.  For example, the rules and regulations on the basis of which they have been able to diversify their growth and still maintain a coherent national and international identity is indeed noteworthy, considering that there has been little room for them to have prosperity in this region.

Because of their relationships with other countries, they have been able to consider a new perspective in establishing a foreign policy. Furthermore, under these circumstances, New Zealanders have been able to have a new understanding with which they would be able to set forth new social and political goals, establish a different agenda and have a new platform on which they should conduct their business when dealing with other foreign nations. Jason Wai from BERL explains in Immigration delivers government $3bn surplus:

‘BERL determined that migrants contributed $8.1 billion in income tax, GST and excise duties whereas they consumed $4.8 billion of education, health and welfare.’

If New Zealanders will learn from their tradition and understand what these traditions mean in themselves and for the ethos of the business policy, we can see them begin to have a development in which they will be able to expand their trade policy and incorporate their trade policy in order to strengthen their economy. The Economist explains the importance of the New Zealand:

‘A strong currency can be a curse for exporters, however. In New Zealand’s case, the carry trade has given the kiwi dollar an extra upward push. With the yen nearing five-year lows against the American dollar this week, such trades may well continue… As rising interest rates in some countries exacerbate the differences between high-yielding currencies and low-yielding ones, such as Japan’s, New Zealand’s predicament may become more familiar. Most nations with strong currencies should refrain from following its lead. After all, peashooters are of little use against a determined foe.’

New Zealanders have lately discovered their new international identity, and they would be willing to have this identity reflect their own procedure and their trade policies. According one author, this implies that New Zealand must diversify its trade policy in order to conduct business and reach the business decisions that will come to influence them.

If we talk of turnkey projects, we are able to see the numerous appeals which New Zealand would have on private investors in developed countries – a venture capital firm in America could be considered an example. One of the main reasons they would have this appeal is because New Zealand has already set up its own identity as a place which cultivates exotic things which are only found in this country. Because New Zealanders have learned to embrace the history of their culture, they have used this as an advantage in establishing themselves with their agriculture and being able to have a trade industry which is self-sufficient and reliable without the support of other countries. Jason Wai from BERL explains:

‘BERL’s report shows a defined fiscal impact of New Zealand’s resident migrants on a set of government activities, and gives comparable figures for the New Zealand-born population. The report also summarizes the fiscal impact of migrant subgroups by the duration of residence, region of birth and region of residence.  The study examines occupational and study characteristics of migrants, and considers migrants’ long-run impacts on the economy.’

We can see that New Zealand’s economy would grow from these relationships and industries which they have cultivated. However, a new political goal has transpired in New Zealand in the last two years; though New Zealand has had the lowest employment rate, a country that must deal with a rise in population, must also reconfigure its trade policy in order to establish itself and not have a problem with new employees of this industry – for example, a political demonstration or a labor union strike is more probable as their rise in population has transpired. Wood explains, the current standing of New Zealand, and its government:

‘The British Common­wealth is a developing institution and is governed by custom and personal understandings rather than by law. Its habits can be changed overnight to meet new needs. It has many sides, and looks different when observed from the different dominion capitals.’

Therefore, New Zealand must establish firmer labor unions and have numerous divisions which are justified to shoulder responsibility in handling these affairs. From this context we can see them have a new division with the help of which they would be able to have a grasp of the facets in labor regulations and still maintain their economy and currency. Also, from the example of China, we can see that this nation has let its currency fall, in order for it to have a stronger export industry because the price of manufacturing would have competitive rate with other nations in this world. It is uncertain if New Zealand would like to venture here, because they have to maintain a strong enough economy, by establishing their relationships with other nations in order to promote the quality of their export industry.

In recent times, China which has been used as an example, is having their export industry back fire on them, because of their low labor and manufacturing cost has caused the quality of its work to suffer.  Furthermore, in this argument, we can see that New Zealand has had to deal with international relations in order to establish itself as a nation which has impacted the global export industry, which then could be seen in connection with their consumer goods.

New Zealanders have been able to maintain the market value from the trade industry, therefore they will have to continue establishing new relationships with the foreign market, in order to see their economy maintain its value, and not necessarily increase.  An example of this could be seen in the tendency to have a new policy and reinforcing that this policy does not conflict with the future of New Zealand’s market of export goods, which it would have to sustain from keeping their currency competitive from the likes of China and India.

In this predicament, New Zealanders have been able to remain on their own, by cultivating the natural resources in order to further their economy and keeping their inflation rate at a competitive level. If New Zealand’s government is planning to expand the export industry into a new frontier, than it would have to be mindful of having to divide the classifications of labor or lower classes with the median earned income, because this could result in a demonstration if the workers are against certain conditions which the government have chosen to disregard.  There is statistical evidence of the climb of income which New Zealand has experienced, and its relation to other developed countries, most notably the U.S.A.  This evidence of the average income in New Zealand is relative to their export industry, because it proves the correlation between a rise in their economy, and also the rise in the price of manufacturing and goods.

New Zealand business is affected by two types of cycles – the classical cycle and the growth cycle. The classical cycle concentrates on the fluctuations in the absolute levels of economic activity, whereas growth business cycle concentrates on fluctuations in the relative economic activity. (Kim, Buckle, Hall)

As New Zealand has enabled itself to have a new agenda in its political stance on trade policy, we can see their economy grow with the numerous facets which would influence its relations with foreign investors.  Furthermore, now that they have been able to forward this policy, in order to incorporate their identity with the quality of manufacturing, we can see this economy begin to have a social and political structure.

In the light of this evidence, we are able to see New Zealand have a social impact in the ways in which it would begin to develop its industry through the use of trade and also from attempting to raise their currency in order to ensure not only diplomatic relationships but also those with private investors and venture capitals from other countries for the sake of their export industry.

We are able to understand the international relationship in which they have been able to resurrect and in which they have been able to safeguard by increasing the quality of the environment. New Zealand has had to develop as a country; they have been able to sustain their healthy economy through their trade policy. With regard to their trade policy, we can see this demographic have a new social order. Their currency value would have to be safeguarded in order to maintain its international relations.

David Norman in his article US & Australia continue to grow, explains New Zealand’s current labor situation:

‘Previous reports of the loss of 4,000 jobs in the US in August have turned out to be erroneous. Revised figures indicate that in fact 89,000 jobs were added during this period, almost as many as the 93,000 in July. September job growth is even better, up 100,000. Unemployment is flat at 4.7%, with growth in health care, food services, and professional and technical services, and declines in manufacturing and construction.’

New Zealand has started carving its identity, the New Zealanders were also willing to have this identity not conflict with other policies, which would have caused it to have a new approach and interpretation in the ways in which it could be seen resolving the issues of its trade policy. We come to the conclusion that they have been able to sustain a new ground of cause and justification. We are able to reach the conclusion as to what this economy has now implied, and in this reference, we can see their economy have a different factor and an economical trend.

Ultimately, so far as we are able to have a new agenda in this regard, we are able to see their economy grow with the numerous aspects as to what this may now imply.  Furthermore, now that they have been able to forward their economy, we can see this trend begin to have a social and political agenda. New Zealand has been able to aid its economy growth by maintaining a structure and trade policy and the growth is poised to continue.

Works Cited

Björn, Bjerke. Business Leadership and Culture: National Management Styles in the Global Economy. Edward Elgar: London, 1999.

Kim, Buckle, Hall. “Key Features of New Zealand Business Cycles.” Economic Record, Vol. 70, 1994.

Norman, David. “US & Australia continue to grow” BERL. Retrieved on 14 December, 2007. Available on <http://www.berl.co.nz/content/worldeconomy/unitedstates/896/australia-continue.aspx>

Wood, Frederick. Understanding New Zealand. Coward-McCann: New York, 1944.

“A Warning Shot.” The Economist. Updated on June 14th 2007. Retrieved on 14 December, 2007. Available on <http://www.economist.com/displayStory.cfm?story_id=9340724>

14 Jul 2009

Sample Essay: Coastal Southern California, Expansion

Many aspects contributed to the expansion of Southern California’s coastal region. From prime location to expansion through business diversity, Southern California’s Coast became the stepping stone for economic growth. The land that indigenous tribes once inhabited for substance resource would become the window for economic stability in the U.S. Native tribes used the land for supplies and food and always took just enough for substance, but it was not until Anglo-American political and economic influence did Southern California’s coastal region really reach its expansion potential.

The indigenous economies that inhabited much of the Southern California Coast where hostile to any explorers.  There is a historical pretext in their society, as each one was able to receive and adapt to his or her land.  In this evidence, they became a society that had a policy with its people, which dealt with the traditions of religion.  We can see this culture begin to have certain needs in order to maintain a healthy society and livelihood.  Their tribal groups were concerned with the causes of his or her relationship, in its interaction with their natural resources.  And because the indigenous people had utilized their land for the purpose of survival, their land became a symbolic representation to their lives (Handbook of North American Indians, Vol.4).

However, because of the size and the diversity of their tribal groups, this promotion would lead to conflict, as it was in the new frontier of Southern California.

Colonization throughout coastal Southern California was inevitable. The first Spanish colony was established in 1535 by Cortes, but only lasted one year (Beebe 477). The unsuccessful colonization of Cortes was due to motivation of powers. Through countless unsuccessful voyages made by the Spanish seeking riches from rumors of pearls (Beebe 74) to solidification of trade routes to Asia it was only a matter of time before there was motivation worthy enough. This motivation would come in the form of religious power. As stated in “Lands of Promise and Despair”, California was not colonized until it began to receive attention as a potential mission territory (74). Spanish mission presence would not only bring the opportunity of expansion north, but would also bring military strength, which accompanied the missionaries[1] and eventually lead to establishments Ranchers.

The Rancheros in the mid 19th century in Southern California were able to cultivate their land, and use it for vocation and trade.  This advancement allowed the Rancheros or ranch owners to use their resources to establish commerce in Southern California.  Evidence provided by the census shows that Rancheros began to increase farm resources such as cattle and tallow.

California at this time had become a place which was seen as a new frontier, and it was an attraction for various nations .  These residents began to take advantage of his or her estate, by a new process of cultivation which included its live stock.  The Rancheros were also behaving according to the traditions found in their estate, and agriculture was an important aspect to the indigenous people but also to the Ranch owners. This is an important aspect to realize, because they were able to proposer from farm land, unlike the modern development at the turn of the 19th century, which would have a different social impact on a resident there.  Kevin Starr in The Americans and the California Dream explains, “In part it reflected reality, for the final decade of California’s Mexican era was a confusion of revolution, counterrevolution, graft, spoliation, and social disintegration as Northern and Southern factions struggled for power in a series of internecine clashes…”  (Starr 8).

The Rancheros did behave in an aspect which, they have shared with the ancestors of North America.  However, California at this time was beginning to have a new frontier open up, and as technology communications began to advance, this ideal of Southern California would attract immigrants, and the citizens of North America.  Southern California was viewed as a place which accepted an identity which was established by tradition.  For example, this would have an impact on the development of Southern California later, when the United States government established public transportation in this region.  We can see the Rancheros understand this dilemma: the market price of his or her estate would grow, as there was a population spike in this region.   In cultivating their natural resources, they were capable in establishing this land, as an economic trend in Southern California. Its decision to have a new agenda; though its decision to have a new frontier in the U.S., would coincide and conflict with the priorities of other residents there.  The Rancheros have had a dealt in describing a new social aspect because now they were able to have a new ideal.  Furthermore, under this evidence we can see that the Rancheros were able to adapt, and explain this social change in its agenda.  From its land development, the Rancheros have used cattle and farming in order to take advantage of their estate.  The identity of the Rancheros were conflict of the Indigenous people, once the population had increased in Southern California, as an immigrant workers were hired in this region.  Furthermore, they were able to withstand what it was about the Rancheros which have grown up during this time.  In this regard it seems that the Rancheros have used its ability in fostering a new social agenda which differed from the indigenous people, because the Rancheros still were influenced by an anglo-tradition, in order to establish their own commerce and trade.  Once again, the Rancheros could be seen as a people who were able to adapt and withstand this social identity and still maintain their identity with the tradition of North America.  This has been defined by the Rancheros at the mid nineteenth century, who have used their estates, as a natural resource to strengthen his or her commerce industry.  Furthermore,  Kathleen Fanigan in “The Ranch House at Warner’s, ” helps to explain the commerce equity of this culture: “The erection of the house preceded the deed conveyance, the San Diego County Assessor’s office assessed Vicenta Sepúlveda in June 1857 for the following: 4 leagues of land (17,600 acres) valued at $2,200; 435 head of cattle — $2,610; 150 mares and colts — $900; 55 gentle horses — $1,650; 16 mules — $480” (4).  The Rancheros were able not to compromise this identity and in so far, as we are willing to look into this factor, we can see the numerous agendas which have judged the Rancheros into accepting a new social acceptance.  We can see that Rancheros have a new political agenda, and have understood these factors– population growth.  This is a representation of the outlook a Ranchero had during this era in Southern California.

The Rancheros were able to behave in a tradition which did resemble the agriculture era of the indigenous people, yet the flux in the population increase of Southern California brought a different perception on its future.  In this modern frame of mind, the Rancheros became out of date, at least from the standpoint of land development from the U.S. government, in which it was to establish public transportation in this region, and which would also keep under control the number of residents.  Therefore, with this advent Southern California now became a region who was willing to accept, the traffic of laborers from other states, and able to utilize technology, in creating a new social agenda which had differed from the ranch owner.  For example, Charles Brace in The New West, or California, explains the geography of Southern California: “There could not be a stream of lava 140 to 150 feet thick, and 1700 feet wide (as it is in one point) without banks in which to flow… When it was poured from its volcano there could have been no Stanislaus Valley, now 2000 feet deep” (Brace 125).  And we can understand this description, and the development in Southern California in the late 19th century which was viewed, as not only a new frontier but also as a region which would implement, a modern course of events, which would include urban planning and transportation projects.  Also, this was a period when Gold miners began in the labor force due from the natural resources of Southern California.  For example according to the author Charles Brace in The New West, or California, “The causes of this retrogression I have spoken of elsewhere.  They lay in the unfavorable or undeveloped moral agencies here, the uncertainty of the tenure of land, the name attached to mining, and the distance of the country from the world’s centers of population” (Bruce346).  They were able to utilize this social boundary, and they were also able to discover from this social boundary a new frontier.  The social agenda of the resident had changed, due from the policies of the government, in creating a new image of this region which could embrace, the rise in its population.

There was also a political and Economic development in Southern California.  Once again, when we are reminded of California at this time, we can see this political upheaval begin to have its place, with the residents who had disagreed on this agenda. In this circumstance, his or her political stance would conflict with the mainstream.  Southern California, according to one author, “the causes of this retrogression I have spoken of elsewhere.  They lay in the unfavorable or undeveloped moral agencies here, the uncertainty of the tenure of land, the name attached to mining, and the distance of the country from the world’s centers of population” (Bruce 346).  This will help to explain the factors which would lead Southern California, not only to become an official state from the U.S. congress-, but also a region which would accept both urban and large estate– ranch owners– projects.  Furthermore, in this circumstance the identity of a modern state would impact the resident’s view of land development.   The resident in the late 19th century was able to have a new frontier, and which could be seen as a frontier which would open a new commerce.

The Southern California could now be seen  as an urban population, which would cause this previous landscape to change. Accordingly, this landscape would have its impact on the relationship between a resident and his or her region.  Then, they were also able to have a new social ground, not only from the situation of a laborer, but also from the perception of technology and communications.  According to the author, for example Kevin Starr in The Americans and the California Dream explains,  “In part it reflected reality, for the final decade of California’s Mexican era was a confusion of revolution, counterrevolution, graft, spoliation, and social disintegration as Northern and Southern factions struggled for power in a series of internecine clashes…”  (Starr 8).  Once again, from this process, the residents have had a new development of this social understanding, and a new development of how he or she would later accept this lifestyle from cultivating technology, as suppose to agriculture as the ranch owners had done, only a few decades ago at this era. Furthermore, the resident was able to adapt to this, and could be found in its development stages, first The U.S. government introduced the resident of this new frontier, which was associated with technology, and then promoting it as a land of opportunity.

In this circumstance, we can the resident have a new understanding of this goal, and have a new agenda, in promoting an appeal on its own.  The Rancheros could be seen at this point, as opposing this new ideal which would be permanent on his or her landscape; yet the market value of his or her estate would subsequently increase. This trait furthermore would have its understanding with a citizen, then the resident  was also willing to adapt to what it was about the Southern California at this time.

Furthermore, in this indecision we can see that because of Southern California, they were able to harness, a new identity and furthermore, reach the conclusion of these new traits and come to the realization of it.  According to census for example, we can see a rise in the population of Southern California:

1860 21,208 +390%;

1870 24,248 +14%;

1880 49,785 +51%;

1890 175,527 +253%;

1900 271 910 +55%.

This circumstance can be seen, that the resident was able to embrace this new image of Southern California.  Once again, from the social and political views of this state, there was a new development which was beginning to proceed; it would have a social impact on the way in which people not only in other states but also in other nations, would later view this social identity.  And in so far as, the resident was able to accept this social identity, we can reach the conclusion as to what this social identity may than cause, in regards to the land development in Southern California.  From this circumstance there seems to be a divide between the frontier land, and an approach which is different to communicate, on the other majority and have established a new social and political upheaval.  Furthermore, in this circumstance, we can see this identity begin to shape the views of the Rancheros.

In this evidence, we are able to detect that this state was willing to have an understanding on its relationship with the immigrants.  According to the author, Finnigan, she helps to clarify the division between a ranch house and urban planning: “This adobe represents more than an aged dwelling, it gives us a glimpse of life through the eyes of a myriad of individuals who came from a variety of countries and backgrounds. This humble little structure provides the only visible evidence of the grand and tumultuous times from the mid-nineteenth century” (Finnigan 3).  Therefore, a resident would be able to adapt and to change, due from the promotion of a new labor who would be able to accept technology change and market value.

Southern California was willing to accept commerce and trade, as its main identity. This stance would evident in the projects being developed here, including manufacturing industries. We have a new perspective on hoe the southern California would view this political agenda.  This country was able to detect a new political understanding and was also able to understand what it was about their country which could impact the citizen.

Near the end of the 19th century, the social and political strife which had divided classes, for example some residents were oppose to the increase of immigrants, would decline in the Southern California region.  Now the resident could accept this change, especially after it been in an official state, and decide on a political party to promote its agenda.    In this circumstance, we can see a social and political agenda begin to have, a new development and also its beginning, in the foundations of a modern society.  Furthermore, under this circumstance, it seems that they were able to commit to this agenda, and in so far, as they were also willing to have this agenda dictate each others view. The resident was willing to accept this point of view, and also willing to see this have its appeal in their society’s social and political framework.

We can see their political agenda have a great appeal, and furthermore from a circumstance, we are now able to consider to what this appeal has implied onto their knowledge of land development.  Once again, we should consider that the resident was able to adapt in this narrative, and furthermore have an understanding in its tradition.  The Rancheros would still be able to conduct business though, due from the land mass of Southern California, and would later learn and accept the advancements of technology.  This helps to clarify the mindset of an average resident, who was witnessing two cultures develop and share each others traits for the benefit of the nation’s economy.  Furthermore, from this decision we can see the ways, they were able to consider this deal and furthermore, they were able to foster these traits.

Ultimately, Bruce explains,  “Under our Government, beyond all others, the school is the ground-work of order and liberty.  I think, if the time and obstacles be considered, no city in the Union has accomplished more for popular education than San Francisco” (75).  This would help to clarify the state of Southern California, and its regard to the future of a cosmopolitan lifestyle.  After the advent of the Rancheros in Southern California, the indigenous people witnessed their natural resources decline and were unable to interpret this change.

[1] The Jesuits paid the soldiers’ salaries, and they where granted the power to choose and dismiss military officers and civil authorities (Beebe 75).

27 Oct 2008

Essays on Animal Husbandry

Spending my early years living in rural Texas, the sight of horses running and cows grazing were so common that I did not give them much thought, other than perhaps how I might convince a neighbor to let me ride their palomino.  A major industry in our community of Killeen, Texas, was that of animal husbandry – the care and raising of farm animals.

Animal husbandry is actually an example of a multidisciplinary field.  Caring for animals goes far beyond simply throwing some hay into a trough and filling a cistern with water for the cows.  Those practicing animal husbandry wear many hats, from being a carpenter, building the housing and shelters for the animals, to and accountant keeping tabs on the cost of feed and the price the animals are going for in the current marketplace.  In the opinion of most, animal husbandry is as complex as investment in stocks and bonds with many saying that animal husbandry is more complex.

Most experts in animal husbandry focus on one particular type of animal and frequently on a specific subset industry, such as dairy farming.  This allows them to gain efficiency in the specific animal husbandry market they serve, but many argue that they do so by sacrificing diversity, making them more vulnerable to market fluctuations.  Individual communities and regions following this same trend become vulnerable to environmental concerns as well, such as global warming-related climate change.

  • There are only a handful of publishing firms supplying books and materials on the subject of animal husbandry, but a wide variety of outreach programs supporting the industry.  Examine some of the academic and governmental resources on animal husbandry and determine whether the available resources are adequate to support an industry as diverse as animal husbandry.
  • There are many threats to animal husbandry specialization, comparable to the threats against monoculture farming.  Describe some of these threats, evaluate the potential impact of each, and offer recommendations for action to mitigate or eliminate the threats.

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