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Differences between hunter gather and farming societies

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Jacob Hjort

on 26 September 2012

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What benefits do farming societies have over hunter gatherer societies by: Jacob Hjort, Jack Thoming, Trey Wheeler, Carson Mowrer Essential
Questions Farmers can settle in one place and do not have to move around. Farming provides jobs for all family members, (men, women, and kids.) Farmers can hire workers to assist them with their farm work compared to hunters who had to do all the work themselves. Farmers produce food quicker than hunters. Farming lets people have a steady food supply all year. Farmers can live anywhere they want where the soil is fertilized. Bibliography Why people would want to farm instead of hunting and gathering 1.) Farming brings in more food than hunting and gathering. Farming is more efficient and reliable than hunting and gathering. Never run out of resources compared to hunting and gathering where the animals population can go scarce. Hunters kill whatever they can find compared to farmers who get to choose their crops. "Agricultural Revolution - Hunting-and-Gathering." Agricultural Revolution - Hunting-and-Gathering. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Sept. 2012. <http://www.public.wsu.edu/gened/learn-modules/top_agrev/3-Hunting-and-Gathering/hunt-gathering1.html>. Farming has the ability to see the amount of crops they have where as hunters and gatherers don't have a good measure of their food supply. "ÂFacts for Kids: Native American Food." Native American Food: Agriculture, Hunting and Gathering, Fishing, and Other American Indian Food Sources. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Sept. 2012. <http://www.native-languages.org/food.htm>. 2.) Originally Farmers were the weak ones of the pack until they became stronger than hunter and gatherers because of their healthy food source.
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