XXL PLOUGHING in EUROPE with CLAAS XERION 5000 and GREGOIRE BESSON 16

XXL PLOUGHING in EUROPE with CLAAS XERION 5000 and GREGOIRE BESSON 16 furrow

Among the stationary sources, water was first used for milling, pounding, and grinding in the first century B.C. in China. Water-powered milling was also invented in France in the fourth century A.D., though not until the twelfth century was it adopted throughout Europe. Wind power has historically been used almost exclusively for milling and for lifting small amounts of water. Mills and threshers were the most common users of steam power in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century in both Europe and the United States.

Developing countries are also faced with the question of which operations to mechanize next. Local farmers tend to be the best judges. Outsiders often know too little about local farming-or worse, they may try to solve perceived problems with solutions imported from their home environment. The patterns of mechanization discussed in this paper may be helpful in anticipating future developments somewhat better

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Power supply may be considered as autonomous at different levels: at local on-farm level, at local co-operative level or at national level. At local level autonomous power supply may be defined as that power which is generated on-farm for local on-farm use.

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In addition, some (but not all) mechanization is subject to genuine economies of scale: it is technically more efficient to design a large rather than a small machine. Even machines invented in countries with abundant labor (and therefore smaller farms) were first developed for the largest farms, because they had the lowest costs of capital relative to labor.The market for machines expanded to smaller farms only when labor costs rose or capital became more abundant. In the history of engineering, technical developments have often been embodied in smaller and smaller machines.

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