Intensive Rearing

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1. What is a disadvantage to intensive rearing?

  • The animal are kept in small spaces usually with limited movement.
  • It means cheap meat is avalible.
  • Meat is made widely avalible.
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2. What is intensive rearing?

  • Where a farmer controls the condtions of where their animals live.
  • Where a farmer controls the time that animals live.
  • Where humans breed other animals and plants for particular traits.

3. What is the main ingredient of the animals food?

  • Protien
  • Water
  • Carbohydrates

4. Why do farmers intensively rear animals?

  • As it is in the best interests of the animals
  • To get the largest amount of meat for the lowest price.
  • To get the best meat quality possible.

5. An advantage of intensive rearing?

  • Disease can spead easily.
  • The animals use a small quantity of energy so more meat is stored
  • So say it is not ethical.


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