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 Form 1 History: Development of Agriculture Lessons

Effects of the land enclosure movement on the peasant farmers in Britain:
a. The creation of large farms led to landlessness among the peasant farmers,
b. Peasant farmers sold off their land to the rich farmers because they could not afford to cultivate the land.
c. The land enclosure movement led to displacement of peasant farmers
d. The rural-urban migration of peasant farmers led to overcrowding in urban centres The royal agricultural society. It was established in 1838. Through the journals of the society, new ideas and techniques of farming were publicized all over the country. As a result, many farmers began to adopt the modern methods of farming

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