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theecologist Monday, January 18, 2021 10:11:00 AM CET

Nigel Baker replied: "I'm talking about living on the land, noticing that from everyday life, the birdlife is not there that it used to be," External link

radionz Wednesday, January 13, 2021 12:13:00 AM CET

Jung Yon hak said: "Training cattle to work began with putting a ring through a calf's snout. It was an important way to control a cow," "The nose ring was inserted when the calf was between five and 16 months old, when their nose is still soft. Yew or ash tree were popular as they are flexible and resistant to moisture, but do not break" External link

koreatimes Thursday, December 31, 2020 3:55:00 AM CET

Jung Yon hak said: "In early days, a yoke was used between a pair of cows, bringing families with a cow each together for farming. The yoke was developed to suitable for a single cow," External link

koreatimes Thursday, December 31, 2020 3:55:00 AM CET

Jung Yon hak explained: "The God of Farming Sinnong, also known as Shennong in China, was described as having a cow's head on a human body. It is also related to the Korean ritual of 'Gosure,' throwing food into the air before eating outdoors as an offering for Sinnong," External link

koreatimes Thursday, December 31, 2020 3:55:00 AM CET

Jung Yon hak said: "Farmers also predicted the year's yield by serving rice and herbs to a cow on the first full moon of the year. If the cow eats rice first, it signals a bumper crop, while eating herbs first meant poor harvest. It represents how much farmers relied on cows for farming," External link

koreatimes Thursday, December 31, 2020 3:55:00 AM CET

Jung Yon hak said: "An insurance policy of Great Joseon Insurance is in our museum's collection. The cow insurance provided coverage in the event of unexpected death or theft of a farmer's cow, but it was abolished after about 100 days as people misunderstood it as a new kind of tax on cows," External link

koreatimes Thursday, December 31, 2020 3:55:00 AM CET

Jung Yon hak said: "Cows are not used for farming flatlands anymore. A few sloped farm fields in Gangwon Province still uses cows for plowing fields, but they have been replaced by heavy vehicles as well. The value of cows in agriculture is disappearing. We need to look back on and research cow-related farming methods and equipment," External link

koreatimes Thursday, December 31, 2020 3:55:00 AM CET

Nick Allen said: “This was just one of the issues that was causing us some concern, but I guess towards the end we sort of knew that wasn't going to come through in the negotiations, the way they were going. "We hope they will be carrying on talking to the EU and that they will push through and create an export health safety certificate for these products so they can go through” External link

bbc Tuesday, December 29, 2020 7:42:00 PM CET

Emily Sewell said: “This season will provide an additional opportunity for deer management in the bovine tuberculosis (bTB) area,” External link

mlive Tuesday, December 29, 2020 6:30:00 PM CET

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