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Question: Why is livestock agriculture thought to be more vulnerable to disasters now than in 1900?

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  1.  Livestock agriculture is more widely dispersed than ever before.
  2.  Livestock agriculture’s reliance on machines and technology has increased the need for evacuation procedures.
  3.  Intensification of U.S. dairy production has manifested itself as lower productivity of individual cows.
  4.  Intensification and consolidation has resulted in an increased number of animals living in a smaller space.

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2. Livestock agriculture’s reliance on machines and technology has increased the need for evacuation procedures.

Livestock agriculture thought to be more vulnerable to disasters now than in 1900 because livestock agriculture’s reliance on machines and technology has increased the need for evacuation procedures.

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