A farmer in northern China has taken to social media to ask people to name the most common species of cattle grazing on their farm.
The popular question has garnered more than 1,500 likes and has since been retweeted more than 2,000 times.
The question asks if the farmer has any animals on the farm, and people are asked to answer according to their animal’s habitat and food preferences.
“I have a horse, a cow, a donkey, a pig and a calf,” the farmer, surnamed Wu, wrote on his Weibo account.
“The animals I have are all wild and I don’t care about the animals’ welfare.
In China, animals can be classified as “migratory” if they have a natural home in China, where they can roam freely without hindrance from humans. “
I have about 2,500 animals on our farm, which are all grass-fed and free of parasites.”
In China, animals can be classified as “migratory” if they have a natural home in China, where they can roam freely without hindrance from humans.
“This means that there is no need for human supervision to control them,” said Zhang, a researcher with the China Agricultural University in Beijing.
However, a farmer who has been involved in farming for 30 years, Zhang said, was not a fan of the question.
“The people who ask this question are people who have never raised animals on their farms,” Zhang said.
“They want to know the names of animals, but they have no idea what to do with them.”
A number of people have suggested names that could be used to classify the animals.
“Lily” is a common Chinese animal name, but it has been used to categorise wild animals in the past, he said.