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    There were many different features of the Agricultural Revolution during the eighteenth-century. All of these aspects of the Agricultural Revolution had effects both economically and socially. One of these things was crop rotation. Crop rotation led to the social effect of healthier animals and more of those animals which led to healthier people because of their improved diet. Economically crop rotation led to new crops that were ideal for feeding livestock‚ which made it easier to feed animals

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    The Impact of the Agricultural Revolution The Agricultural Revolution was the beginning of a chain of events that led us to where we are today. Without inventions such as the Horse Hoe‚ we might not have modern day tractors and plows. Because of the better farming techniques‚ there became an excess of food produced. With less emphasis on ensuring that one would have food‚ people branched out and found a profession besides farming. The Agricultural Revolution was one of the most important events

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    Agricultural and Industrial Revolution The agricultural revolution occurred between 1750 and 1900. It was a drastic change in the methods of farming. Farmers changed the way they grew their crops and used land. In the beginning of the eighteenth century‚ farmers had stripes of land on which they grew their crops on. This system the farmers used had many disadvantages. There was some space wasted where the strips were divided‚ the drainage system was poor and farmers had to leave their land unused

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    The agricultural revolution refers to the important changes that took place in agriculture changes in the 18th century England CHANGES 1. Enclosure movements : Reasons: Growing population (need more food) Numbers of war fought with france Farmers wanting to have one or two large blocks of land instead of few scattered strip Methods: Landlord tried to set up large estates where they could use new farming methods and machines Forced the tenant farmers to give up their land‚ exchange land

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    Worksheet Agricultural Revolution Respond to each of the following questions in 2 or 3 sentences: 1. What are the three most important factors that contributed to the agricultural revolution in Europe? The agricultural revolution took place courtesy of three key factors. These factors include warmer temperatures‚ the three-field system and better farming equipment. In which‚ contributed to the evolution of European living during medieval time. 2. How did the agricultural revolution change

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    Neolithic Agricultural Revolution The Neolithic Agricultural Revolution is what we call the transition from nomadic life to settled farm life. It had a big impact on early people and their way of life and led to the rise of cities‚ which in turn lead to the development of civilization. Before the Neolithic Period was the Paleolithic Period. During the Paleolithic Period‚ people were nomads. They hunted and gathered food from the area they were currently living in. Therefore‚ once the food supply

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    mechanization is the provision of human workers and replacement of animal labour with machinery to assist and replace physical requirement of work. Therefore agricultural mechanization embraces and implements the use of tools and machines for agricultural development‚ crop production‚ harvesting‚ storage and on farming processing. In the history of agricultural mechanization‚ a periodical development of agriculture has enhanced several advancements in farming techniques and tools were manifested. During the

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    The Neolithic Agricultural Revolution took place in the beginning of 9000 B.C.E. This revolution changes the concept of farming and hunting compared to the Paleolithic Era when food was gather rather than being cultivated on developed settlements. During this transitional revolution‚ technology played a vital role that was instrumental especially in large scale farming. Neolithic agricultural settlements The agricultural revolution that begins in 9000 B.C.E marks the start of new societies with

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    An agricultural cooperative‚ also known as a farmers’ co-op‚ is a cooperative where farmers pool their resources in certain areas of activity. A broad typology of agricultural cooperatives distinguishes between agricultural service cooperatives‚ which provide various services to their individually farming members‚ and agricultural production cooperatives‚ where production resources (land‚ machinery) are pooled and members farm jointly.[1] Examples of agricultural production cooperatives include collective

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    A TERM PAPER ON THE HISTORY OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION IN NIGERIA AND ONDO STATE BY ALE‚ A.B (AEE/09/8837) SUBMITTED TO PROFESSOR EWUOLA AEE 835 COURSE LECTURER JUNE‚ 2010 Introduction The history of a particular subject‚ people‚ profession or any phenomenon provides a record of events which took place in the past to enable us to appreciate the status‚ strengths and weaknesses of the events which took place in the past. This serves as a guide to others so as not to fall into

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