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colonial farms


most colonial farms were... self sufficient! meaning they grew everything they needed with a little leftover
cash crops= a farm where you grow your crop for profit-NOT ONLY TO SUPPORT FAMILY
the average farm is____ acres and these acres are divided into__,__,___,___,__,__ 60 acres...woodlot, meadow, pasture, tillagek, houselot, orchard
houselot 2 acres, where the familys house is.10-15 people
woodlot 20 acres, firewood for whole year. use 5 acres per year, plant 5 acres per year
meadow 15 acres, hay for animal winter food
pasture 15 acres, animal summer food
tillage 6 acres,(but bigger if cash crop) where crops are grown
orchard 2 acres, fruit trees for cider and food
Created by: jlesnick