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GEO509 - Week Two

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Department
Geography
Course
GEO 509
Professor
Hersch Jacobs
Semester
Fall

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Week Two - Picking your teeth (oldest habit) - Oldest primary economic activity: fishing, farming - Agriculture: most economic activity - 1/3 of the total lands surface is devoted to agriculture - 2% of Canada’s population is engaged in agriculture - Un-developed/developing nations are 50% engaged in agriculture - 8000 years before Christ: happened agriculture - Attitude of land was different (aboriginals) with agriculture - Agriculture requires a sense of co-operation, a sense of community - An Ox was the important animal - An Ox is a nutured bull (it’s castrated) - One Ram for 70 Ewes - Male Holsteen: Veal - Lif
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