Victorian Farming: Victorian Era Daily Plow Rate of a Farm, Victorian Farmers Specializing in Agricultural Products, the Benefits and Disbenefits of Technology Improving the Speed of Agriculture, Technology of the Seed Drill Preferred Over Hand Sowing of Seed, and Superstitious Beliefs of Lamb Birth

Victorian farmers could only physically plow a single acre per day, being in the field from sunrise to sunset. Plowing 1 acre required 18 kilometers of walking. Victorian farmers were the first group of agriculturists who were able to specialize in whatever crop or product which they felt was the most commercially viable. Farmers often made their decision by whether or not they lived near a river for boat transport or a railway or locomotive transport. Early farming machinery like the wheat thre...

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