In 1880, the cattle kingdom fell. The good profitability of cattle led ranchers to increase the size of their cattle. This move led to overgrazing which depleted the plains where cattle can graze. There was also over production of cattle that led to oversupply in the market. The surplus of cattle in the market led to decline in prices. Changes in the weather conditions such as the extended summer dryness greatly reduced the cattle population. These conditions led to the fall of the cattle kingdom.
The combination of the Suns revolution and the fixed angle of the Earths axis results in seasonal changes