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Farming Tools

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Malynn Tarczewski

on 1 October 2012

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Farming Tools By Malynn & Ally Reaper The Reaper Hand Reaping Colonial Plow Who invented the reaper? Colonial Plow What does it mean? The word
"reap" means- "to take." It is a large sickle or reaping hook tool that help the users knuckles to not make contact with the ground.
The reaper was mainly used for help in harvesting grain in Britain. Hand reaping was done many ways. Some were by plucking the ears of grains by hand, using a sickle to cut the grain stalks, Hand reaping is rarely done in countries now. The McCormick Reaper was designed by Cyrus McCormick in Walnut Grove, Virginia. The Plow and Reaper Works Cited for the Reaper: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/48/Cyrus_McCormick_engraving.png/220px-Cyrus_McCormick_engraving.png
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"Machines to Cut Grains." About.com Inventors. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2012. <http://inventors.about.com/od/rstartinventions/a/reaper.htm>.
"Reaper." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 28 Sept. 2012. Web. 30 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reaper>. Purpose In colonial America the plow was used to turn over the top layer of soil so that nutrients would come to the surface to help the plants grow. It also helped to bury weeds and the remains of previous crops. Description There were many different types of plows that were used by the settlers, but the most common was made of wood, a long piece of wrought iron, and it also had a sharp point at the bottom that would cut the soil. It weighed a lot so horses or oxen would usually pull it. It also needed lots of repairs. The modern plow is pulled by one tractor and has metal wheels that spin. It can turn up three to twenty rows or furrows at once and requires very little effort. Modern Plow Description Mann, Robberts, and David H. Thompson. "Plows and Plowing." Plows and Plowing. Daniel Ryan, 1 June 2012. Web. 1 Oct. 2012. <http://www.newton.dep.anl.gov/natbltn/500-599/nb520.htm>.
Plow. (n.d.). Retrieved September 30, 2012, from Clip Art Ect: http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/21900/21917/plow_21917_lg.gif
Salford. (n.d.). Retrieved September 30, 2012, from bushhogcanada: http://www.bushhogcanada.com/salford/images/SalfordModel7200Semi-Mounted%20Plow.jpg
Vance Locke Murrals. (n.d.). Retrieved September 30, 2012, from three village historical society: http://www.threevillagehistoricalsociety.org/images/VLMPlowing.jpg
Modern Farm Plow. (n.d.). Retrieved September 30, 2012, from History Link 101: http://www.historylink101.com/lessons/farm-city/modern_plow_12.jpg
"Plow." Microsoft® Encarta® 2007 [CD]. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Corporation, 2006. Words Cited for the Plow Comparison Modern or Colonial? Today it only takes a few hours to plow a few acres of land with a tractor. It is a much faster and efficient method then the plow that was used during colonial times. It would take a farmer a few days to plow a few acres of land. Thanks to the help of John Deer and many others, it is now easier to plow farm fields. Malynn Malynn Malynn Malynn Malynn
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