By Peter Dewey
This quantity comprehensively describes how British farmers coped with the issues of scarcity of labour and different elements of construction, in addition to assessing how good agriculture played as a provider of foodstuff to the country. Use of formerly missed documents presents a lot facts on concerns comparable to the deployment of replacement labour and the advent of the tractor into British farming for the 1st time. tough approved view at the interval, the writer indicates that shortages of labour and different components of creation had just a mild influence on farm output and the nationwide meals provide.
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