Harvesting Mais In The Mud | JCB Fastrac 8250 + Fendt Favorit 824 | Mo
Harvesting Mais In The Mud | JCB Fastrac 8250 + Fendt Favorit 824 | Modderen | Kroes | Uddel
The emphasis is on the adoption of mechanized techniques in farming systems which are already using animal draft. The issues surrounding the introduction of animal draft where only hand cultivation is practiced are discussed in Pingali, Bigot, and Binswanger (1985). Instead of a summary or conclusions, a set of generalizations is presented in the text.
Agricultural employment also fell substantially, both in absolute and relative terms, and labor was redeployed outside agriculture. The number of workers per farm was stable, while farm sizes grew rapidly from an average of 167 acres in 1950 to 401 acres in 1978.
NL: Mais hakselen in de modder met een JCB Fastrac 8250 Vario, Fendt Xylon 524, John Deere 6850, Fendt 716 Vario TMS en een Fendt Favorit 824 met Jako Tiger 180 silagewagens van loonbedrijf P. van den Hardenberg uit Elspeet. De mais werd afgevoerd naar de ECOFERM van Kroes in het Uddelerveen in Uddel in Nederland.
ENG: Harvesting maize in the mud with a JCB Fastrac 8250 Vario, Fendt Xylon 524, John Deere 6850, Fendt 716 Vario TMS and a Fendt Favorit 824 with Jako Tiger 180 silagewagens of contractor P. van den Hardenberg from Elspeet. The maize was transported to the ECOFERM of Kroes in the Uddelerveen in Uddel in the Netherlands.
(14 oktober 2015).
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Copyright by: Jan van den Hardenberg (Agriculture NL).In North America and Europe, the combination of advanced mechanization systems, agrochemical inputs and plant breeding has produced an increase in farm production of such proportions that ultimately quotas on production had to be imposed to prevent the accumulation of massive food surpluses. The lesson from this experience is abundantly clear.
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