Wild Life Farming

Wildlife farming refers to produce whole living animals and commodities like fiber, traditional medicine by raising non domesticated animals which are native or exotic in an agricultural setting. It includes meat , fur and stock for zoos . examples of wild life farming are crocodile farming, snail farming, ostrich farming etc.

Related Journals of Wild Life Farming

Before Farming: The Archaeology and Anthropology of Hunter-Gatherers.

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