Nomadic Pastoralism
Updated: 6/29/2020
Nomadic Pastoralism
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  • Oh no !There are no more fresh pastures for my herd to graze on.
  • Let me speak to my friend, maybe he will know what to do.
  • The pastures in our area are over.Let us move somewhere else.
  • I know right .But ,I am sure we will reach there soon.
  • I am so tired and hungry.
  • Yay!we found it.
  • Even the sheep are so happy.
  • Nomadic pastoralism is a form of pastoralism when livestock are herded in order to find fresh pastures on which to graze.
  •  Nomadic Pastoralism The main feature of nomadic pastoralism is that these nomads have the same occupation, they herd cattle. They use these cattle for secondary purposes as well, such dairy products like milk,furs, hides, leather, manure etc. So pastoral nomads move from place to place looking for pasture for their cattle and to trade their products.
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