Threat: Livestock Farming & RanchingEdit
Domestic terrestrial animals raised in one location on farmed or non-local resources (farming); also domestic or semi-domesticated animals allowed to roam in the wild and supported by natural habitats (ranching). Examples include cattle feed lots, chicken farms, dairy farms, cattle ranching, goat, camel, and yak herding.
In farming, animals are kept in captivity; in ranching they are allowed to roam in wild habitats. If a few animals are mixed in a subsistence cropping system, it belong in Annual & Perennial Non-Timber Crops. Forage of wild resources for stall-fed animals falls under Gathering Terrestrial Plants. (CMP)
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