Farming in Ancient Egypt
What is the significance of farming in Ancient Egypt?
In Ancient Egypt, the livestock helped the workers grow the crops. Cows , oxen and bulls were the MOST useful animals in Anicent Egypt. On Egyptian farms, cattle pulled ploughs through moist and fertile soil created by the flooding of the Nile River. Cows provided milk and meat. Sheep and goats provided milk, meat and wool. Other animals were kept for food such as geese, antelopes, gazelles, pigs, duck and hens.