Gospodarka pasterska na terenie Beskidu Sądeckiego

Marcelina Kubiak , Edyta Molik


The geographical structure of the Beskid Sądecki favored the development of pastoralism. Wavy and gentle forms of peaks and the occurrence of natural mountain pastures over the upper edge of the forest made it possible to graze sheep, and later oxen and horses. The large-area grazing of sheep influenced the formation of meadows and pasturelands. In the Beskid Sądecki area many types of agriculture, seasonal economy and collective grazing can be distinguished. In this area, the group strongly associated with pastoralism are Black Highlanders who restore the traditions of black sheep farming in the region of Poprad.
Author Marcelina Kubiak (FoAS / DoAB)
Marcelina Kubiak,,
- Department of Animal Biotechnology
, Edyta Molik (FoAS / DoAB)
Edyta Molik,,
- Department of Animal Biotechnology
Other language title versionsPastoral farming in the Beskid Sądecki area
Journal seriesWiadomości Zootechniczne, ISSN 1731-8068, (0 pkt)
Issue year2019
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishpastoralism, sheep. folk customs
URL https://wz.izoo.krakow.pl/files/WZ_2019_2_art07.pdf
Languagepl polski
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