In this project several species of livestock will be used to develop a raw woodlot into a sustainable farm whose profits will benefit the farm family and the local community. The social normalcies of today allow people to purchase meat from a supermarket never knowing how the animal was raised or treated. Children and young adults are raised in a society that does not understand the hard work and dedication it takes for their food to be grown and processed. Whole animal butchery has become a thing of the past; much of the animal is wasted when sent to commercial slaughterhouses. Livestock can be used for a number of things other than becoming food for consumers. This project will utilize various species of livestock to transform the landscape of an 83 acre plot of land, provide a sustainable business for the farm family, participate in educating the public on the advantages of farm life, and explore ways to use the whole animal.
Year Manuscript Completed
Senior Project Advisor
Mr. Oid L. Robertson
Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree
Field of Study
Duncan, Jennifer D., "Developing a Woodlot for Sustainable Use" (2017). Integrated Studies. 67.