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For example, in an extensively farmed area of Africa where hoe cultivation is used yields may be low, while in an intensively farmed tractorized region of India yields may be much higher. The yield differences may be caused in part by differences in other inputs, such as fertilizers or seeds. They could also be caused by better tillage in India-but this does not mean that good tillage is achieved only by tractors and cannot be achieved by hand. Examples from Java show that cultivation by hand can be as thorough as by ox or tractor.
In case 1 unused land is available and mechanization leads to output growth-the more so, the higher the elasticity of final demand. The best example is the United States in the second half of the century: an impressive horse-based mechanization led to massive agricultural growth because land was rapidly opened up and export markets in Europe provided a highly elastic demand for agricultural products.

Since the profitability of machines-their comparative advantage-is tied closely to labor costs, expensive energy is likely to retard mechanization much more in countries with cheap labor. Farm size. The size of the average farm is largely a reflection of the scarcity of land relative to labor and thus need not be an independent influence on the pace of mechanization. Mechanization can certainly facilitate the growth of large farms, however, as it did in the United States after 1940 and later in Western Europe. Water power was widely used for milling purposes in Europe during the Middle Ages; at about the same time wind power is reported to have been used in China and Europe as well. In nineteenth-century Europe and North America, oxen were displaced by horses, which provided power for many mechanical devices from about 1850 to as late as 1965.

Geburtstagsvideo, Königsberger Agrarservice, GPS häckseln 2017, zwei Fendt 1050 Vario begleitet von Jonas Wrage, Demonstrator der HSL Technik GmbH, bei der Bodenbearbeitung 2017 und das alles in einem Video. Kamikazes Überraschungsvideo zum 30. Geburtstag. Ein toller Tag, besser könnte er gar nicht sein. Die Geburtstagmeute überraschten am Morgen den Marcel Tobakus vor seiner Haustür in Schwerin. Er konnte es kaum fassen, all seine engsten Freunde und dann noch gleich 2 Fendt 1050 Vario im Gepäck... der Hammer. Bevor es überhaupt zum Schlepper ging musste Kamikaze erstmal fegen.... eine Jungfrau die er küssen konnte war nicht in Reichweite, also hieß es fegen fegen fegen. Nachdem er fertig damit war, konnte es endlich los gehen. Da stehen die beiden und Er ganz nahe. Von Schwerin aus machten sich alle auf den weg nach Holthusen zum Betriebshof wo dort schon das Frühstück an der Hofeignen Eisdiele angerichtet war. Alle aßen gemeinsam und unterhielten sich aufgeregt. Als das Frühstück durch war ging es nach Lehmkuhlen zum Technikhof, wo Kamikaze ein zweites mal fegen musste. Dann ging es weiter... Fegen beendet und endlich wurden die beiden Anbaugeräte des Herstellers Horsch an die Traktoren gehängt. Ein 1050 mit 10 Meter Joker und den anderen mit einem 6 Meter Tiger. Jetzt steht der Ackeraction nichts mehr im Weg. Kaum sind die Arbeitsgeräte in Arbeitsstellung gebracht, ging es auch schon los. Gemeinsam mit der Häckselkette und Siloschieber wurde alles gegeben und jeder durfte mal den neuen Giganten fahren und der Rest erklärt sich von selbst im Video Zusehen sind hier 2x Fendt 1050 Vario mit Horsch Tiger und Joker, ein Claas Xerion 4500 und Fendt 930 Vario auf der Miete, am häckseln ein Claas Jaguar 980 mit Direkt Disc und abgefahren wurde der Grünroggen mit 2 Fendt Vario 828 und 930 + Krone TX Silagewagen.

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Binders, combines, and rice transplanters spread even more rapidly in the 1970s. Such spurts are not unique to Japan. Continental Europe experienced many similar surges in 1955-70. In Taiwan, after 1968, it took only about a decade to shift primary tillage completely to power tillers.Central Thailand, in about fifteen years from the late 1960s, went over entirely to tractor tillage with locally designed power tillers and small four-wheel tractors.Tractors are an essential tool in modern agriculture, and they play a vital role in many aspects of farming and agricultural production. Some of the key benefits and importance of tractors in agriculture include:
Increased efficiency: Tractors can significantly increase the efficiency and productivity of farming operations. They can perform a wide variety of tasks, including plowing, planting, cultivating, and harvesting, and they can do so more quickly and effectively than manual labor.
Enhanced precision: Many modern tractors are equipped with advanced technology, such as GPS, sensors, and electronic control systems, which can help improve the accuracy and precision of tasks. This can help reduce waste and improve the overall quality of crops.
Greater versatility: Tractors can be equipped with a variety of attachments and implements, which allows them to perform a wide range of tasks. This versatility makes them an essential tool for farmers and agricultural professionals.
Improved safety: Tractors can help reduce the risks and hazards associated with manual labor, such as injury and fatigue. They can also help protect workers from exposure to harsh weather conditions.
Increased profitability: Tractors can help farmers and agricultural professionals increase their profits by improving efficiency, reducing labor costs, and increasing crop yields.
Overall, tractors are a critical tool in modern agriculture, and they play a vital role in helping farmers and agricultural professionals efficiently and effectively manage their land and crops.

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