MULTICULTI ON THE PASTURE
This story is about animals with migration background. It is a bit odd. You drive through our beautiful, but rather sober German countryside and come across bison ranches and water buffalo farms. South American alpacas and llamas graze on the pastures, Tibetan yaks roam the ground. Mongolian camels are kept, and African ostriches flutter in the provinces anyway. There is a significant influx of farm animals from all over the world. This is an amazing Central European trend. But why is it like that? Of course, it should be business in some way. These farm animals (dead or alive) deliver delightful, exotic, and high-quality products. Probably this kind of welcome culture is also a sociological phenomenon. Keeping strange animals could be a symbol of people's longing for a certain way of life which is difficult to implement in standard everyday life at home. The basic requirement for these affairs is of course a passion for critters with character.