Also, the link in the footnote on ”Rare photos from that period, one of a moose being ridden and one of a moose pulling a sledge, were included in the 1969 paper "Behavioural changes in elk in the process of its domestication"” works.
IMO, that page (http://www.moose-farm.ru/e010.htm) is more interesting than the Wikipedia article. Among others, it gave me https://youtube.com/watch?v=nOOfGQyE2hQ
Some things I learnt there:
- Moose cheese is among the most expensive in the world
- Moose poop during winter time can and is made into paper
- Moose skin during summer time produces oil that smells like fabric softener. I purchased several soap bars made from this.
- Moose need a lot of space and a varied diet, so keeping them in captivity is not easy.