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The Livestock Industry in the United States and Senegal: A glance into the Future.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 01/03/2011 - 4:08pm
|Title||The Livestock Industry in the United States and Senegal: A glance into the Future.|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Academic Department||Animal Science|
|Thesis Advisor||Forsberg, Neil E|
|Degree||Bachelor of Arts in International Studies in Animal Science|
|Number of Pages||36|
|University||Oregon State University|
|Keywords||comparison, demand, l, Livestock, population growth, Senega, United States|
The world population is rapidly increasing and should double to over ten billion by the year 2050. The increased population will put added stress on land resources due to the increased food demand and urban growth. The livestock industry is a major supplier of food, fibers, labor, transportation, and other products and services throughout the world. The purpose of the paper was to analyze the past developmental history of humans and livestock, including the history of domestication and animal medicine, to compare geographical data for the United States and Senegal, to overview the livestock industry of the United States and Senegal , and to make a prediction about the future of the livestock industry in the United States and Senegal.