How Did The Agricultural Revolution Change European Life?


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The Agricultural Revolution in Europe stated in early 1700s and it had widely spread in Europe and America by the 1800s. As a result of this revolution, the farming processes became more efficient and productive because of the several inventions and discoveries. As the agricultural processes became faster, less manpower was required in the fields. So the population of urban areas also started increasing.

There was more output because crop rotation of turnips and clover was being practiced. Every farmer had a piece of land to grow crops and the preference changed from low-yield crops to high yield crops.
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The most valuable was probably the Mccormick Reaper invented in the 1840's,  one of these could do the work of five men using Cradle scythes. Later models bound the cut grain into bushels as well.

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