Lord Townshend was also alike Jethro who made the root vegetables farming grow in popularity, Lord Townshend was famous for his cultivation of turnips and clover on his estate in Norfolk. He introduced the four-course rotation of crops which helped keep the ground in good condition for farming of a majority of the year, the cycle consisted of wheat, turnips, oats, barley and clover.
Robert Bakewell (1725-1795) was the first stock breeder of farm animals, by breeding the animals with certain qualities he was able to breed much more livestock. By the end of the eighteenth century Bakewell’s principles of stock breeding were practiced world-wide from his records and his well maintained stock.
During the Industrial Revolution our ways of living dramatically evolved.
a. Farming was one of the most important factors during the industrial revolution, farming supplied