| - Sinopse:
The development of a cattle industry in any area, temperate or tropical, historically has occurred in three progressively complex steps of usage. These three uses are work, meat, and milk. Each step requires a more intense application of the principles of herdsmanship and animal husbandry, and a more intensive incorporation of all resources to achieve an ever increasing level of production per animal, per laborer and per unit of land. The pattern of development in Belize follows these three steps.