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The different types of collective farms.

What was the priority of all the different types of collective farms? All had to fulfil their qoutas of grain to state. State farm would receive an order every year and they had fulfil it.
Toz Peasants own land, share machinery and cooperate in activities (harvesting/sowing). More common before 1930. They rarely worked together.
Sovkhoz Was the ideal socialist solution. Owned and run by the State, peasants paid a regular wage (like factory workers). Controlled by central government.
Kolkhoz Was the ideal communist solution. Land held in common and run by an elected committee. 50-100 households. All land, tools + livestock pooled together. Each family allowed to keep one private plot. No wage. They'd get a share of the profits at end of year.
What would all collectives have? Machine Tractor Stations. Private Plots. Food Processing Plants Communal buildings e.g. schools and libraries.
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