Farming with Animal Power
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Many people farm using manual labour, but work will be far less strenuous if we employ animals in farm works. In a country where hiring tractor is very expensive – especially if you live far from where the tractor will be hired – it would be a very good thing if we start employing animals in our farm works. But unfortunately, most people are not aware of the technology involve. What do you think about this? Where can I buy animal drawn implements like plough, harrow etc?

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#2
I know that some foolish animal activists will say why suffer animals when there is tractors?
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#3
Men this is interesting oo. Rather than using human labor, why not use animals? But now, where do we get quality animal drawn implements that does not wear fast?
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#4
Interesting and far better than manual labor. No need to pay lazy laborers again.
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#5
Very good idea. Next is where to buy the necessary implements.
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(12-20-2014, 09:19 PM)Manihot Wrote: Very good idea. Next is where to buy the necessary implements.

I read that John Holt in Zaria produce it, but I don't know if they're still existing. Another alternative would be to import it or to contacts institutes like PRODA AND FIIRO. They might be able to produce them.
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