Leader of the Pack

The first 3 are the old & sick, they walk in front to set the pace of the entire pack. The next 5 are the strongest & best, they are tasked to protect the front side in case of an attack.

In the center are the rest of the pack members, always protected from any attack. 

The next 5 are also among the strongest; following and tasked to protect the back side. 

Last is alone, the alpha; The LEADER. He controls everything from the rear, ensures that no one is left behind. He is always ready to run in any direction to protect, and serves as the ‘bodyguard’ to the entire group. 

Just in case anyone wanted to know what it really means to be a leader. It is not about being out front. It means taking care of the team.

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Integrated Production Systems and Climate Change – FAO

“Integrated systems can play a critical role in mitigating greenhouse gases from agriculture, as their emission intensities are typically lower than the sum of those from specialized systems…In Integrated Crop-Livestock Systems (ICLS), emissions from disposal of crop residues and by-products can be avoided if they are fed to animals, as can the emissions associated with the production of alternative feed or forages. Emissions from manure storage can also be reduced if the manure is properly applied to crop fields. Planting trees and also sequester carbon sequestration in biomass and the soil, which can also partially or entirely offset greenhouse gas emissions from ruminants.”

http://www.fao.org/climate-smart-agriculture-sourcebook/production-resources/module-b5-integrated-production-systems/b5-overview/en/?type=111