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What was true about Bonanza farms?
Mixed farming is a type of farming that uses both arable and livestock farming. All farms in the United States do not employ both methods but instead employ only one or th…e other.
Yes, that's true. Serfs farmed the lands owned by the nobility. ======= Answer: All land was owned by the king or by the Church. Nobody else could own land, they were simp…ly holding it by virtue of the feudal system. This involved the king apportioning large sections of his land to his Earls in return for taxes, military service and loyalty. The Earls in turn gave out sections of land to knights of different ranks, in return for the same obligations. The knights did not have any desire to work their own land-holdings, so they parcelled it out to peasants in return for rents, work obligations, military service and so on. This idea of land-holding was the basic foundation of the feudal system; everybody was governed and controlled by someone else and the king (or the Church) had the right to confiscate any land they wished at any time and give to to another land-holder.
Lorne Greene played the part of Ben Cartwright.
"The truest happiness" on Animal Farm is "working hard and living frugally."
They got lower rates from the railroads than small farmers did.pe your *they used up the soil and then left.
Farmers relied mostly on rainfall to water large crops. sources my brain
to move to a more productive land raising large numbers of cattle.
Oversupply led to lower prices
In various places in the L.A. area and Truckee and Lake Tahoe area.
They got special rates for rail shipping.
They put barbed wire around their land. They polluted water sources with animal waste. They kept hundreds of cattle at one time.
they could afford the most modern machinery.
A bonanza (from bonacia, a fortuitously calm sea) can be a windfall, bounty or riches. The term was applied to a valuable ore vein or lode, and metaphorically to any other s…ource of great wealth or prosperity. (On the television series, the resources of the vast Ponderosa were immensely valuable.)
Sadly current test in Uganda in cooperation with the Chinese government have been almost entirely futile. This is due to the fish utilising the vast depths of lake victory tha…t can not currently be recreated in captivity. From what I have been advise by the Ugandan investment authorities chief fisheries and agricultural specialist it is practically impossible. This is also due to the fact that even if one could force the fish to breed in captivity one would have to have the equivalent of Fort Knox at his dispose, as the Nile Perch feed on other fish mainly Tilapia and catfish. These two fish alone eat 50-60% of the commercial RETAIL price. One would have to raise them in order to feed the Nile perch. My company has started construction of a small fish farm in Uganda. But the feedback we get back from the scientist here in Uganda is that the technology is just not there yet. If it was possible to breed them a single female can live up to 16yr producing over 16million fry. It is every fish exporter dream to maintain a steady supply of Nile perch because the market value continues to rise both locally and internationally to around $6-7 /kg roughly 3-5 medium size fish. Hope it helps.
A. Timber and farming creates big profits for some people, so deforestation is hard to stop. B. The practice damages biodiversity in one of the most biodiverse ecosystems on E…arth. C. Deforestation increases pollution and toxic runoff from farming.
Moving onto more productive land