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|Title:||Alternative agriculture: goats in medieval England|
|Publisher:||British Agricultural History Society|
|Citation:||People, landscape and alternative agriculture : essays for Joan Thirsk / edited by R.W. Hoyle.|
|Abstract:||The neglected and hidden medieval goat is here rescued from obscurity. Goat numbers declined from an early medieval peak, though this was not a simple and continuous process. They tended to persist in the uplands and woodlands, mainly in the west. Their significance for the aristocracy and peasantry is assessed, and it is argued that goats provide insights into the medieval economy and the concept of ‘alternative agriculture’.|
|Series/Report no.:||Agricultural history review. Supplement series|
|Description:||This paper was presented at a conference at the University of Reading on 20-21 September 2002 and published in: People, landscape and alternative agriculture : essays for Joan Thirsk / edited by R.W. Hoyle. It is available from http://www.bahs.org.uk/agsupplements.htm|
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|Appears in Collections:||Books & Book Chapters, School of Historical Studies|
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