The Hay Loft

Breeding livestock (cows and sheep) for obtaining meat and dairy products plays an important role in the livelihood of the native Kish population. It also has religious significance in Islam since livestock is sacrificed on certain occasions including Aqeeqah etc. For this reason, most natives would breed livestock within their houses. In the Anthropological House, too, a number of cows, sheep, and goats used to be kept, and one room was used as a hay loft for storing hay and fodder.

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