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 Form 1 History: Development of Agriculture Lessons

In this lesson, we are going to discuss about Causes of Agrarian Revolution in Britain.
They include:
1. Land consolidation; the introduction of land enclosures which put to an end to strip farming. As a result more land was under production and more land could be ploughed by one farmer.
2. Development of new methods of livestock
breeding; more scientific methods of breeding livestock were developed.
3. Development of new tools for farming which helped to increase agricultural productivity .e.g. use of seed drill, Rotterdam plough.
4. Development of new methods of maintaining soil fertility for example, the new crop rotation system

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