2.7.1 Intensive Animal Production Example 6

Location of Example: 149o20'42" East, 28o31'07" South
Distinctive Characteristics:
  • In intensive cattle feedlots, feedlots are evenly spaced, many have shade shelters to protect cattle from high UV or heat. These shades shelters are not permanent structures and should not be captured.
  • Intensive cattle feedlots will have effluent settling ponds in proximity to the Intensive Animal Production (IAP) facility.
Regional Considerations:
  • Generally associated with pastoral land, edges of populated centres or centres of cattle trade such as ports.
Figure: Representation of a Cattle Farm in association with surrounding features.

Figure: SPOT Pseudo-natural 2.5m

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