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My answer is to find a person in your area who is raising animals in a way that is similar to your end goal and start there.
In order to view sales in real time, you will need a high speed internet connection of at least 1Mbps or higher."Latency" and information buffering may be issues that cause wireless users to experience varying degrees of delay.Testing has shown delays for wireless internet connections to vary from less than 2 seconds, to as much as 15-30 seconds behind, over the course of one sale. You can go to perform a free internet download test.If your connection is slower than 1Mbps your broadcast of the sale may be delayed.Some high speed connections do not offer a constant internet speed."I spent thousands of hours coaching people on how to use the site, send messages—even just teaching them how to upload their photos." (One user, Lyle from Kansas, would call him often, saying, "Jerry, I'm looking at my photo, I just can't figure out how to get it on there.")The site also had to wait for technology to catch up in rural towns, too.
"When we launched, everybody had phone modems," Miller said.
Now, one that launched to cater to the kind of people who grow crops—Farmers Only.com—has reached a milestone.
Jerry Miller, a marketing executive who founded the site in 2005 after a divorced farm owner complained to him about a lack of like-minded people in her dating pool, says it has more than 200,000 subscribers."She said, 'I'm afraid I'm not going to meet anybody new—I know everybody in town,'" Miller recalled in a recent interview with Yahoo News.
To simplify this article I will only discuss cattle but most of the same principles I am going to discuss with cattle can be used with other species as well.
Let me define line breeding and why I believe it is a useful tool for creating environmentally adapted cattle.
"Dreamers that want to get out."From the site's own description: Instead of asking what your astrological sign is, at Farmers we ask if you raise or breed alpacas, horses, cattle, chickens, dogs, goats, rabbits, sheep, grow crops, or if you're an organic farmer, student farmer, cowboy, cowgirl, or just a farmer wanna be!