close this bookBetter Farming Series 14 - Farming with Animal Power (FAO - INADES, 1977, 57 p.)
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View the documentSize and shape of fields
View the documentMarking the boundaries of a field
View the documentGrub out all the trees in the field
View the documentGet permission to farm for a long time
Open this folder and view contentsWorking animals
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View the documentHarnessing oxen with a yoke
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Open this folder and view contentsTools for use with animal power
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View the documentThe plough
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View the documentThe Manga cultivator
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Open this folder and view contentsIncome from animal power
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View the documentBuying animals and tools
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View the documentThe animals' food
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View the documentMechanized farming
View the documentSome examples of animal power farming
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