Agriculture Ivan alcaraz

1st revolution
  • 1. What was the first agricultural revolution?
  • happened in 8000 BCE, what? They learned how to farm. AFter that they were able to settle down and establish permanent settlements
  • 2. What was the second agricultural revolution
  • Happened in the 1600's, began with new methods; crop rotation, better horse collars.
1600s
  • 3. What is the third agricultural revolution
  • Began in 1940s, 1950s, new strains of hybrid seeds and fertilizers were invented.
Hybrid seeds
  • GMO's: is the result of a laboratory process involved with DNA that is extracted into genes of an unrelated plant or animal.
GMO
  • subsistence farming: Is when farmers grow crops for the good of the own family. commercial farming: Is when farmers grow crops and sell to others. When produce is consumed by an individual farmer or his family, or sold or exchanged among a small group, it is known as Subsistence agriculture.
  • FUN FACTS
  • 1. Like snowflakes, no two cows have exactly the same pattern of spots
  • 2. The average dairy cow produces seven gallons of milk a day, 2,100 pounds of milk a month, and 46,000 glasses of milk a year.
  • 3.The longest recorded flight of a chicken is 13 seconds.
  • 4.Elevators in the Statue of Liberty use a soybean-based hydraulic fluid

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