Cattle ranching occurs on farms when people raise large herds of cattle, sheep, or horses. People take care of the animals in order to receive something in the future like milk or maybe even beef if you were choosing to slaughter them. If you have beef cattle and would like to produce beef, there are some strict regulations to prevent the spread of disease. You have to be careful with the cow manure laying around because it can spread disease but it can also work as a fertilizer. One thing cattle ranchers have to watch out for is bad weather, this would cause you to have to move your asset to a safe place if the weather is bad enough. On the other hand cattle ranching has many benefits. One being that it allows for the production of healthier animals because someone is constantly caring for them. Another advantage is that cattle ranching allows for a better quality product and with this there is an added value to farm products. There is also a great provision of employment. In the end there are various benefits to cattle ranching but there are always some downfalls. A few disadvantages are the financial aspect of it and the fact that it does cost a lot of money, not anyone is going to be able to cattle ranch. Also in order to cattle ranch you must have enough shelter for when bad weather occurs. Lastly a major thing you have to watch out for is diseases, just like humans, cattles are very prone to diseases as well.
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