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22 March 2011

I live near pastures

I live near pastures, cattle, dairy, sheep, deer. See all the resources to keep the farms going. Sometimes, sprinkler systems 24 hours a day. I live near pastures, and eat very little meat, most days none.
Photo: Near a butcher shop, Masterton, New Zealand

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

MEAT~
from its gate, its more like a factory than pasture....can the cattle and sheep roam on the real pasture?
and why they keep deer? export to China?

Madeleine Marie Slavick said...

seems most livestock live in pastures... about 35 million sheep in this country... not sure where most of the deer go...