Winston Churchill entered the boy's school, Harrow School, on April 17, 1888. In 1893, he left Harrow and attended the Royal Military College in Sandhurst, though he faile…d the entrance exam twice before he got finally got in. (MORE)
I have grown up and worked on a farm and gained knowledge and experience of agriculture as a result. My knowledge also comes from working for the veterinarian and working as a customer rep for the local farm and ranch supply store. I also have a BSc in Agriculture.
Harrowing is breaking up the top few inches of soil or loosening up plant litter, or breaking up cow patties to allow better aeration. It's only importance to agriculture is t…he ability to aerate the soil, especially in pasture systems. It has little to no use in cropping systems because other and often better implements are used to break up the soil after plowing or cultivating. (MORE)
Not harrower... a harrow. A harrow is a farming implement that features numerous sharp steel hooks or tines. It is dragged behind a draft animal, or a t…ractor, and literally tears up sod and soil by ripping it to shreds. One of the most horrific injuries that can occur on a farm is to have one of these roll over you. Due to its action and danger, the term also refers to any Hence the term harrowing, or harrowed... meaning something distressing to the point of tearing you apart. (MORE)