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3rd Agricultural Revolution

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Jada Gentry

on 15 March 2016

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Western Europe: The Agricultural Revolutions
Hannah O. and Jada G.
- The men hunted large birds and small to large animals (depending on how advanced they were and their population)
- The women gathered naturally occurring fruits and vegetables
- Western Europe had a temperate/ rainy climate

Hunter/ Gather Stage
- Western Europe wasn't as fit to grow/ raise things, so a lot of things diffused from places around the equator
- The soil was fertile, but there wasn't any crop hearths from Western Europe, crop hearths were mainly from places around the equator
- The first animals domesticated in Western Europe were pigs, cattle, sheep, and wolves/ dogs

- Large cities are almost always surrounded by large farms, orchards, or vineyards using
commercial agriculture
- Use some locally but sell most of it
- Around 5% labor force
- Agritechnia: convention held every two years in Hanover, Germany to showcase the world’s latest technology in agriculture (machinery is very important)
- Mechanization: changed as soon as the technology became available
- Most of the land is used for farming
- The importance has started to decline
- Took a rapid decrease in the twentieth century
- Around 2% remains vita
3rd Agricultural Revolution
1st Agricultural Revolution
- It began in the early 1800's and ended in the late 1800's, early 1900's
- The new technology made it easier for farmers to tend to their crops
- Some of the new technology was the invention of plows and the discovery of natural composts
- Pastoral Nomadism was common in the 1800's, but is not common today
- Intensive and Extensive farming both take place today:
-bigger cities, extensive farming
-smaller cities, intensive farming

2nd Agricultural Revolution
Works Cited
- Entered the 3rd Agricultural Revolution when it first started
- good climate
- plenty of farmland
- a lot of livestock
- large crop yield
- Commercial farming is big because they have access to a lot of big machinery to produce the large crop yield
- Crops produced by commercial farming:
- cereals
- beets
- milk
- pork and beef
- grapes
3rd Agricultural Revolution
- Globalization
- Important because the technology and techniques used constantly change to increase
the crop production
- Imports and exports
- Third largest export economy in the world
- Most imported crop from the Netherlands
- Biggest export: cereals
- Biggest import: bananas
- Extensive farming
- Large orchards, farms, and vineyards coverlarge portions of land and produce an extremely large crop yield
3rd Agricultural Revolution
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