The Future Farming Technology – Geographic History. Power for agricultural machinery was originally supplied by ox or other domesticated animals. With the invention of steam power came the portable engine, and later the traction engine, a multipurpose, mobile energy source that was the ground-crawling cousin to the steam locomotive. Agricultural steam engines took over the heavy pulling work of oxen, and were also equipped with a pulley that could power stationary machines via the use of a long belt. The steam-powered machines were low-powered by today’s standards but, because of their size and their low gear ratios, they could provide a large drawbar pull. Their slow speed led farmers to comment that tractors had two speeds: “slow, and damn slow.” Read More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agricultural_machinery Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsTHESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)National Geographic Documentary 2016 || The Future Of Agriculture? Smart FarmingSmart farming technology – The Future Of Agriculture? #part2Intelligent Technology Smart Farming – Agriculture in the futurePartnerships and the Future of Agriculture Technology by Robert T. Fraley (USA)future farming equipment, concept agriculture machinery, modern agriculture equipment compilation
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