3 edition of Plough and pasture found in the catalog.
Plough and pasture
Curwen, E. Cecil
|Statement||E. Cecil Curwen, Gudmund Hatt.|
|Series||Collier books -- AS96|
|Contributions||Hatt, Gudmund, 1884-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
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Bit of restoration going on here as Alun Lewis, contractor, ploughs this old field of grass, two fields actually, to rejuvenate them with new seeds. New Holland T with Overum 4-furrow plough. Pasture is normally described in Domesday in terms of the number of sheep, or of livestock, it would support; but in six counties linear measures were given, and in circuit 1, and occasionally elsewhere, pasture for pigs (dena) is recorded. Despite this, there can be little doubt that pasture was a major economic resource.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Curwen, E. Cecil (Eliot Cecil), Plough and pasture. London, Cobbett Press, On cover: Plough and pasture: the early history of farming ; a comprehensive history of farming from prehistoric man to the threshold of the machine age.
Description: pages: illustrations ; 18 cm: Contents: pt. 1: Prehistoric farming of Europe and the Near East / by E. Cecil Curwen. Plough is an award-winning international magazine of faith, culture, and society that appears weekly online and quarterly in print.
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This question stems from a fear that once land is designated as permanent pasture, it will never be allowed to be ploughed again.
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Learn more. Book: Plough and pasture. The early history of farming. pp pp. Abstract: Paperback edition of the original which appeared in For the general public Cited by: 6. Book: Plough and pasture.
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This video is unavailable. In this sentence, plough is a noun, Farmer McGillicuddy wont’ get his crops planted in time if he doesn’t fix his plough first. In these sentences, though, plough is a verb: “I need you to plough the fields while I take the horses out to pasture,” Ennis told his son.
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It has a vertical shaft with an angled point on the bottom that will break up the soil up to 24 inches deep.