I would own a cow. A cow has meat. I would never kill a horse. I have killed a chicken before but it has like no meat. I would take a cow to butcher then eat it.
I would have a dozen chickens because you can get fresh eggs. You can look up on the internet for more ways to cook a chicken. After the eggs hatch you can eat the older chickens.
A dozen chickens. I would have a dozen chickens because they provide food for you. Food may be too expensive to pay for so if you have chickens it will be easy. All you have to do is have the chickens lay eggs and then have more. You could also cook the chickens.
If I lived 2000 years ago and had to choose from a cow a chicken and a horse.I would choose a cow a cow. A cow would be mine because you can ride it and it would be fun. A cow would just be awesome. You could also kill it, for food. You have to eat something.
I would own chicken, because you could use the egg. Then when the egg hatches you could kill the chicken then eat it. Then you repeat it. You could even keep one as a pet if you want.
I would have chosen to own a horse. I would have a horse because it would take me places fast. If I needed food or water I could carry me a lot faster and a lot longer. The horse could help me carry heavy things to different places. Another reason I would have chosen a horse is because, they are beautiful, nice most of the time, and they are pretty easy to control.
The dozen chickens because if you have 12 chickens you would actually have more meat. Having chickens would mean more chicken to eat. You could have more than just a slab of meat from a cow. You could have a leg, breast, and thigh. Chicken would be the best.
If I lived 2000 years ago and I had to pick a animal. I would want 12 chickens because you can get there eggs and make more chickens and eat the eggs. Then if you get enough you could eat chickens and there eggs and live of them you could also sell the chickens for money. To get something else to eat or another animal.
If I lived 2000 years ago and had to own an animal, I would have to own a (n) cow. I would own a cow, because it has more meat on them and have fresh milk. Cows aren't that fast either so if they escape, they won't run as fast like chickens or horses. Chickens and horses don't have as much meat on them like cows do. cows will fill you up and if you had to eat the chicken, you would have to eat a whole heard.
If I lived a 2000 years ago I would own a cow because it would give us beef, milk, and it would be fun to hang around if we were bored. You would have to milk it, wash it, and etc... It will keep you really busy.. There are fun to take care of anyway.
If I lived 2000 years ago, I'd rather own a dozen chickens because they'll lay eggs so you can cook chicken and eat eggs.
I would have a dozen chickens so I could kill them and get eggs. The horse would be a good tool to run around with but you can't get food. A cow could give babies but it would take long. I would easily have the chickens because of eggs, meat, and baby chickens. These chickens will make me a lot of money if I had them.
I would choose all the chickens because they could keep laying eggs.And after they lay the eggs you could eat the eggs or if they hatch a baby chicken you could kill the chicken and make fried chicken YUM!!!!!!!!
If I was alive 2000 years ago I would own a cow. If you had a cow you could have free milk, because you couldn't buy milk at the supermarket then. Also you could sell the cow's milk and buy other animals. A cow is also worth a lot more than chickens or horses so if you lost your money you could sell your cow for lots. A cow also won't probably try to escape and is easy to keep in a fence.
A dozen chicken because you have food, you can play with them and you can sell them.
Obviously if I lived 2000 years ago I would choose a horse. A horse is a lot faster than a cow, and unless your a midget you probably couldn't ride a chicken. There were no car way back then so a horse would be the best option. A chicken would just wake you up at 5 o'clock in the morning. Plus, if your bored you can just go out to your backyard and ride your horse.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would have a hoarse. Back then a chicken would make you a lot of money selling eggs. Then when you get enough money you can buy a hoarse a cow and even more chickens to make a bigger profit. And a chicken can also be food so you can eat legs, breasts, and wings. And that is what I would pick to have 2000 years ago.
I would choose a dozen chickens because if there were roosters, the hens would lay eggs. You would eat the eggs or have even for chickens. Then, when you have enough chickens you eat them or sell them to get other livestock or food. The food would be amazing to eat, too. Chicken nuggets, chicken breasts, eggs, and, if it were there and the time, you could give your chickens to KFC and you would get free KFC.
If I lived 2000 years ago an I had to choose from a horse, cow, or a dozen chickens. I would choose a cow. If you would never get milk you would not have strong bones or get any calcium. If you are running low on food you can always butcher the cow, and eat it. Also, having a cow will keep you busy so you would never get bored. The last reason I would choose a cow is that they can mow your yard, by eating the grass so you wouldn't have to buy them food, or buy a mower.
I would choose the cow. The cow because for a while i could get milk. Then after that i could get the meat. I could sell some of the meat and then i could by the chickens. Then i could got eggs sell them get more chickens then a rooster for more baby chickens. Then i would kill the adults all but one and get the meat. Then i could get that same one pregnant again and it could lay more eggs.
If i lived 2000 years ago i would most likely not know what any of those were. But if i did than i would say a horse because you could ride around looking for food. And if you were in trouble you could go and run away while riding on a horse. And horses are cool , and you could skin them to make clothing so you wont die of being freezing cold during the winter.But I highly doubt anybody would be that smart back then.
If I lived 2000 years ago,I would want a chickens because they would give me eggs.I would be able to eat scrambled eggs.Then after they are old enough I would kill them for chicken meat.A horse can't do anything,It can only get you place.I would rather have food than to get places faster.If you have one cow once you kill it you don't get any more.
I would want a cow because you can drink the milk if you get thirsty. It keeps you living. Also you can ride it to get places. It you get hungry then you can eat it!
I would have 12 chickens for pets because I have chickens in the country and you get eggs to eat and if you leave the eggs the chickens hatch them to make new baby chicks and then they grow up and the process just keeps going and going.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would choose a cow. Cows have meat. They're expensive, but I think it's so worth it. Cow meat lasts a long time. And you can cut off his hide and use it for warmth. Also, you can travel on a cow. I think that's a great idea.
I would like to own a horse because it would be easier to go places. My mom has horses and I find them very friendly and easier to ride. Horses are fast runners so if you were in a rush to go somewhere they would get you there fast. It would also be fun to have a horse because you would get to ride them bare back. It would be easier to travel because horses are strong and don't have a hard time carrying little supplies.
I would have a horse so that could be my transportation. I think horses are a good decision. You should not eat them though, because that's pretty nasty. Horses were very popular 2000 years ago. Horses are fast.
I would own a cow because it has milk and meat. If you need to you can strap it up and make it hall you around. It has a tough hide and you can use its fur for clothes, and blankets. The meat that is inside of the giant beast is fabulous. Hamburger, and steak are just some the food it could provide. Also you can make bar soup out of the fat. If this is not enough reason to own a cow then you have something terribly wrong with you. GET A COW!!!!!!!!
If I lived 2000 years ago and had to pick either a horse, cow, or a dozen chickens I would probably pick a dozen chickens. A dozen chickens would give you eggs to eat for the day and you wouldn't have to go hunt to find food. Chickens would be very annoying but it's worth it for the food. A cow would be good for milk, a horse would be good to get places, and chickens would produce eggs for you.
I would have a horse so it could transport me to some different spot in that area so I could find food. Also there's such thing as horse meet, so if I couldn't find food I would eat my horse somehow.
I would diffidently have a horse. They are beautiful creatures and you can ride them. I would brush mine every day. It would feel extremely happy. It would be awesome to have a horse.
I would pick the horse so I could go around faster than usual.If you were to have a cow you couldn't do anything with one cow if you had multiple then I would choose cow but there is only one. Cows only give meat and milk. Horses give meat and speed. You can ride a horse but not a cow or chickens. Chickens can give you eggs but how are you going to cook it with.
I would own a dozen chickens. I would do this because then if one died, then I would still have more. Also the chickens could lay eggs so I could eat. They could also have babies which would be very helpful because I would get more eggs. So as you can see, a dozen chickens would be very helpful.
If I lived 2000 and had to pick between a horse a cow or 12 chickens I would have to choose a horse because I could ride around I could get it to carry supplies or the last thing I would want to do I would kill it you have to survive some way right or am I just a bad person I think I know the right answer to that question. *sighs
I would want a horse if I was living 2000 years ago. I would want a horse because you could ride wherever you wanted to. You wouldn't have to worry about getting food because wherever you went there should be food. A horse would be good company so you wouldn't be so lonely. Also a horse could carry everything you need so you wouldn't have to worry about carrying it. That's why I would want a horse 2000 years ago.
I would have a chickens because I could trade to get the things that I need. I could trade for a horse and still keep some chickens. It would be way easier than taking care of a horse or cow because they can eat worms and i wont have to feed them only during the winter.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would have a dozen chickens. I can breed them unlike if you had one horse or one cow. Then I could eat eggs and make more and more chickens. Then I could have a bunch of chickens to sell or eat. I love eating chicken to, so I would be fine with eating that and eggs.
If I lived 2,000 years ago I would own a dozen chickens.Why because chickens lay eggs and you could either sell the eggs for money or you can cook the eggs to eat.I would rather have a dozen chickens than have a cow or a horse.
If I lived 2000 years I think the best animal to own would be the cow because they give you milk. They could also give you meat. You could also use their hide for things. You could use their bones for certain things. You could use for them for making jewelry and other things.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would pick a cow because you can always use it's hide for a blanket. You can always get milk from a cow if you are really thirsty and you can eat it.
If I lived 2,000 years ago, I would want a dozen chickens. Chickens can lay eggs for food, and also have meat. A dozen chickens is enough for you to keep some eggs and hatch some so you would always have chickens on hand. Chickens are also small, so they will be easy to move around, if you are constantly moving. They might be able to get trained so that they will even help you with some things. A dozen chickens would have been a very good thing to have 2,000 years ago.
A cow is what I would pick. A cow give you milk in the morning. The milk could be used to make butter and yogurt. If the cow stopped giving milk you could eat it. You could also ride it but it won't go fast.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would own a cow because they produce milk and they produce more than 12 chicken and a hoarse together. First of all a cow produces almost 3 gallons of milk a day. They also can produce up to 400 pounds of meat when you butcher them and their hide you can sell for a lot of money, so the choice is obvious.
If I lived 2000 years ago and had to choose between a horse, a cow, and a chicken I would choose a cow. I would choose a cow because it has a lot of meat and I could trade it for magic beans. Magic beans would be awesome.
I would own a cow. They have lots of meat, and I wouldn't kill a horse. Chickens are just skin and bones. If I had a cow you can ride it and when needed you can kill it for food.
If I lived 2000 years ago, I would choose a cow. I would choose a cow because they give milk. If I was thirsty, I could milk the cow and have it last a while. If the cow had something wrong with it, I'll do all the things I'll have to do, and eat it. Let's say I was lonely, the cow would be my friend. I'll need good luck if I tried to ride though.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would own a cow. I would own a cow because it could give you milk. You could turn the milk into some other things such as yogurt and butter. If the cow does die, you could get the meat out of it and eat that. Even though chickens could give you eggs and horses could also give you meat, cows can give you way more.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would own a dozen chickens because when they produce eggs you can save those eggs and wait til you have enough then kill the chickens, and get chicken and eggs at the same time.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would own a horse because it can get me places faster. If some one else had chickens and cow I would ask if I can have some. If you had a horse you can get around faster so you don't have to walk so far to get somewhere. It would be nice to own a horse taking care of it everyday and getting to ride it all the time. You can also put things on it's back so you don't have to carry your stuff everywhere you go.
If I lived for 2,000 year I would rather own a horse. The reason I would rather own a horse is because, you can do a lot of stuff with a horse. Also my favorite animal is a horse. Horses are one of the best animal in the world. I have grown up with horses. I know how they act and know how to ride them. They also can help you travel instead of having to buy gas for your car. Horses gas is free. All you have to worry is not getting bucked off. Horses are the best thing in the world.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would own a dozen chickens. The reason I would own a dozen chickens is because they supply you with tons of eggs and those eggs could be made into lots of things. A cow and a horse would not be able to supply you with much to use.
I would choose a horse because they are strong. Horses can help plow fields. They can also provide more horses. Horses will also provide a way to get around. They can also be used for entertainment.Horses can help out in so many ways, that's why I choose horse. Plus, they are pretty in their own way.
If i lived 2000 years i would take a dozen chickens. They lay eggs so then you can get eggs to eat. I would butcher one. The rest would stay to lay eggs. I would sell one to get a chicken that has baby chicks. That is how is how I would survive.
I would pick a cow. Cows can provide milk to drink in the mourning. And meat for meals also. You could skin the cow for blankets and rugs. Also cows because the hide can be sold for lots of money, so you could get more.
If I lived two thousand years I would like to own a cow because I could make steaks, ham burgers, and get some milk and cheese. Also all they eat is grass so I don't have to pay for food. I wouldn't choose chickens because they are demented and run around with their head chopped. Horses can't give you food so I wouldn't choose them. Well, I guess horses can give you meat but that is nasty so. I would choose a cow.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would have a dozen chickens. You would have food for 2 or more weeks. You could cut of a piece of fabric and stuff it with the feathers. You would have eggs for breakfast. You could stuff feathers in your coat and make it warm for the winter. That is why I would have a dozen chickens
If I lived 2000 years ago I would want to own a cow . I would want to own a cow because I think a cow would be the perfect pet . You could get steak and meat to eat. You could use cow manure for many different uses like planting your crops in manure for soil but you have to wash your crops very thoroughly.You could sell the cow and get some money for it.
If I lived 2,000 years ago, then I would rather own a dozen chickens. If you have a dozen chickens then you could butcher some and eat the meat but you could also keep some for eggs. You could use the eggs for food and you can also sell the eggs for money. With owning a dozen chickens you could also sell some of the chickens for money but I would keep most of them for eggs and food.
I would own chickens because then i could eat them. Also i would hatch there eggs then i would sell them for a cow for milk so then i would have a food source and a way to get a drink.
If I lived 2,000 years ago I would choose to have a horse. I would choose to have a horse because it would give me a way of transportation. They all had to travel by foot and this way you could travel faster than walking. They would also be like a companion so you would have a pet. Chickens and cows wouldn't make a very good companion.
If I lived 2000 years ago it would be best to own a horse because you could do farm work and earn money. It would also support transportation for you. If you got to hungry you could always eat it. You could also have it eat the grass at your house. not only will that allow you to eat your own food but it cuts you grass.
If I lived 2000 years ago I would own a horse because a dozen well bred chicken would cost $3,000 and a cow $2,500 by to days standards. A horse around 1,000 I will let you do the math. It also allows transportation.