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3-23-2009 @ 2:32AM
I hate to bring this to your attention, but it is in part said process of turning animal into food that led to the largely thorough base of veterinary knowledge we have today... and even human medical care. Farming does have an inherent need built into it to care for the various animals, and the skill of butchering has also granted a deep knowledge of how the creatures are put together, making it easier to treat broken legs and the like.
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