Yeah Biff, he isn't even trying to sneak up on him. I'll stay here and collect this huge patch of wild grain while you go talk to that kid and see if we can split up that funny looking deer!
Look Groog, that kid over there is trying to take down that beast with a wimpy-looking spear. It's not even sharp and he is stabbing the ground with it instead of going after the animal!
Hey kid, stop attacking the weeds and let's go after that juicy chunk of meat standing over there.
What?! Haven't you heard about farming with a mule and plow? You can't do that! If you want something to eat, come inside my house and we shall have a feast. And can you tell that old man hiding in the field to quit picking my dad's grain!
This is delicious! May I take some bread and turkey outside to Groog.
Sure. It is alright with me. Hope you enjoy. Just as long if you don't steal my dad's wheat or kill Sampson, our mule!
Nice place! I wonder how he moves his stone house from one place to another when he runs out of food.
When the Neolithic Age began, it was the beginning of farming. Hunter-gatherers started learning which seeds would help grow crops the best.
During this time, farmers domesticated several animals. Some animals were used for food or milk. Other animals, such as mules, were able to carry several loads and pull plows for agriculture.
In the Neolithic Age, agriculture gave people a better food supply and they didn't have to migrate from place to place.