Published April 11, 2006
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
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"Agricultural Depression and Farm Relief in England " was first published in Author: Leonard P. Adams. By the end of the 19th century, farm labourers were driven from agriculture into any other employment available, often in the towns. Only the most tenacious farmers succeeded, however, and during the First World War a large amount of skills, muscle and horses were lost to the front line. Agricultural depression in England, – skills transfer and the ‘Redeeming Scots’* by E. H. Hunt and S. J. Pam Abstract This article considers whether the migration of Scottish farmers to East Anglia constitutes evidence that English agriculture failed to respond effectively to changed market conditions in the later nineteenth century. The Great Depression of British Agriculture occurred during the late nineteenth century and is usually dated from to
provide a more general discussion of the depression in their book on British agriculture from to To some extent the depression and its scholar- ship have become casualties of the substantially successful attempts of two generations of British historians to discredit the idea of a widespread and general depression during the last. This blog examines the question of agricultural change between and  A clear understanding of the economic profile of England and its social consequences is essential for grasping the major social transformation that occurred in this period. External as much as internal forces increasingly influenced the Victorian countryside.. The Farmers and Agricultural Depression In a contributor to the Hertfordshire Illustrated Review, William H. Aylen, called for special measures to restore the fortunes of the nation’s farming industry with the following plea: 1 P. Horn, Rural Life in England in the First World War (Dublin, ), p During the Great War, agricultural production was way down in the European countries where the fighting was taking place, demand for food was high and prices paid for grain rose dramatically. In , U.S. farmers harvested more than 50 million acres of wheat (with an average yield of bushels per acre), and got $ per bushel for the crop.