Depicts from a single high-status farmer's position some of the problems encountered in a stressful environment. In Musuri, Bhuji Khola, Nepal, one of the most serious problems is collecting leaf fodder for cattle in an overgrazed area.
Somewhere beneath the long shadow of the dollar Gary against the steep slope of the valley. Car by the boogy rever their lives in Nepalese farmer named had dug up the door pool people call him because he has been chosen head man by the Klansman in his village he lives in a cattle shed made of bamboo matting with this wife his elderly father and four young sons. After the Moki I has eaten his breakfast of cornmeal my show he prepares the family's daily ration of there he does this by mixing fermented corn with water and straining it through a basket. One son is ill with typhoid. The Moki a worries about his children when they do not eat this is one more sign that the evil spirit who in past years has taken three of his sons has come again he does not know that the major source of illness is the surface water that washes into whispering. In the next Chad the ant begins her major daily task. Waving a world blanket for her husband the long strip will be shrunken cold water then it will be cut into three pieces and sewn into a large rectangle the blanket will have many uses a coat attempt a rug or a carrying Pat. The wife of the Moki a Also ill with typhoid rests in the sun. Went all the household chores are finished the movie I relaxes a moment before he has to go and get fodder for his cattle. Every day the Moki and needs about three hundred pounds of leaves to feed his thirteen head of livestock his wife usually helps him but because she is to him. Here's hired a man from another village and sent him on ahead to get the second load. The men have to climb high up on the mountain side where the trees still have long branches with plenty of leaves when the mood here was a boy his father on they had to go out behind the cattle ship to cut fodder enough for the day's needs. But in time as village boys married and cleared more land for new farms the forest was pushed further and further back. Destruction of the trees also was hastened by a father collecting. Now them OK has to go so far to get fodder the task takes most of the day. It would be easier. To let the cattle go up to the mountainside to forage for themselves instead of bringing leaves down to them but in order to collect enough fertilizer for their fields the farmers have to keep their cattle in sheds all winter in the spring when it's time for plowing the sheds are taken down and the menorahs spread. As. He. Climbs. The. Monkey A passes the shrine of a respected village curer or a shaman shaman has been entombed setting up so he can continue watching over the village. Arden area villagers are buried by the river. Some. Trees. Already. Have been stripped that lead. To. Girls who have been collecting firewood are on their way to the log shoot. They pass them a kid who was resting a moment before he begins his work. It's. A. Group. Of have so. This is am I going to get it. Silas is very proud of his father out there man who don't have the monkey has courage and skill would destroy the productivity of the train much sooner. By cutting the branches nearer the trunk but the Moki have goes out to the ends of the Lambs to get the leaves. So the tree can produce for a longer period of time. The multi-year climbs about three large trees to get a good load then the task of picking up begins. It takes edible leaves wherever he finds them. During many generations the hill people have discovered how to fit the twig ends together so they make even cohesive bundles without being tied. Cigarettes. Are. Luxuries. The. Monkey. A. Has. Saved. Half of wonder small before he carries the low down the mountainside. The only. Jurors. Who. Have. Been. Gathering. Fodder Meason go down the rest of the way together. One of them is the man the move hired. The twigs that are left after the cattle have eaten the leaves are dry and in the sun and used for fuel. Beer. Enemy a. Lot. Given to the hired man in payment for his help. What is. The. This. The wheat. The the. The the the. In. The.