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English: Diagram of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, an alternative to traditional grazing systems where the animals stay on feedlots and food is brought to them. This is a high-input, high-output system of animal husbandry.
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Tractor photo: extracted from File:JCB tractor in Tomsk.JPG by lya Plekhanov Cow photo: extracted from File:Hereford Cattle Grazing, Abercrombie Ranch, James Smither Ambercrombie (12820031494).jpg by Robert Yarnall Ritchie


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