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Barbed wire helped by keeping cow's and other animal's out of other people's pasture's

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How did Joseph glidden's invention of barbed wire impact modern world?

Barbed wire was a lot cheaper than stones and wood, it helped a lot of people, some people hated it.

What was barbed wire used for?

To keep cattle safe from predators. It was also used in the wars as weapons. Barbed Wire is a kind of modern security Fencing materials fabricated with high-tensile wire Barbed Wire can be installed to achieve the result of frightening and stopping to the aggressive perimeter intruders, with piecing and cutting razor blades mounted at the top of the wall, also the special designs making climbing and touching extremely difficult. The wire and strip are galvanized to prevent corrosion. Here is Ellen from Anping Five Star Wire Mesh Co., Ltd.,Our factory located in Hebei China. Our maily prodution is barbed wire ,razor barbed wire . We sincerely hope to conclude some satisfactory transactions with you in the near future. Any idea let me know freely ! Best Regards, Ellen MSN fenceso<at> email

How do you use the word barb in a sentence?

While he was removing the fishhook from the fish, the barb stuck in his finger.The barb in barbed wire is a twisted prong with sharp points.(metaphor)The new student was often the target of a pointed barb from the overbearing professor.

Why did the big push in world war 1 fail?

The big push failed due to dud weaponry, which didn't go off when the soldiers expected it to. Thus, making it nearly impossible for them to break through the barbed wire and the baracades that the German 2nd Army had up to protect their trenches. I hope this helps :)

What conditions made life difficult for homesteaders What helped homesteaders survive please Give examples.?

What were conditions that made life difficult for homesteaders? Homesteaders living on the great plains were what you call "Extremely Dramatic". There were lots of conditions on the great plains that affected settlers lives. Here are these problems; building houses, staying healthy, extreme weather, lack of fuel, Indian Attacks, lack of isolation, keeping clean, lack of water, and pests and vermin. The problem with the bugs were grasshoppers. Grasshoppers ruined their crops. Building houses from wood was expensive. The settlers couldn't afford building houses from wood, so they built it from sod. The walls and floors were infested with bugs and lice, because these homes were built from dirt and grass. It would leak in the homes when it rained. They also had problems staying healthy because of the insects. The insects that flew around would inject disease into their bodies. What helped homesteaders survive? There are three things that helped them survive, and 3/3 of these examples issued technology. 1.) Barbed wire, 2.) steel plow, and 3.) windmills. The barbed wire was for housing reasons, the steel plow was for cutting through tough prairie sod, and the windmills for pumping water out of the ground. :)

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