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SURVIVING WINTER IN THE DUST BOWL
Transcript of SURVIVING WINTER IN THE DUST BOWL
(FOOD CHAINS AND TROPHIC LEVELS)
You and the rest of your family decided to use the last of your savings in September to buy the seed and equip- ment needed to plant a crop of winter wheat. You won’t be able to harvest the crop of winter wheat, however, until June (assuming that it grows at all). You therefore need a plan to make sure you and the rest of your family have the food you need to make it through the winter.
Justification of Evidence
• Eat the bull. Keep the cow alive, feed it, and drink the milk. Eat the cow when you have enough milk saved and the rest of the wheat.
Wheat does not have enough protein for us to survive and the bull meat and milk of the cow do. We can keep the cow alive for a certain amount of time until we have enough milk saved. Then eat the cow.
in one serving of cow, milk, and wheat we have 135.8 grams of protein, 1498 grams per serving and 189.6 grams of fat. keeping the cow alive will leave us with 350 gallons of water but 18 gallons of milk. enough water to survive for 144 days and even extra.
What is the amount of resources needed survive, what would you do with them?