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Farmer vs Farm Mechanisation, a fight against poverty

    Farmer vs Farm Mechanisation, a fight against poverty

Our population is growing so fast and to feed this ever-growing mankind agricultural machinery provides massively increased farm output and dramatically changed the way people are employed and produce food worldwide.

We can agree that human is capable of doing everything so far, we are hardworking, talented and can reach any goal we want. When it comes to time, it is mostly not possible. though many can outsmart time.

Our population is growing so fast and to feed this ever-growing mankind
agricultural machinery provides massively increased farm output and dramatically changed the way people are employed and produce food worldwide.
farmers running against time to reach a certain level but are unable to do so as they are not fast enough as machines.
Every day there are some new hi-tech machines coming upholding mankind.
Also, there are different machines doing different agriculture in the field.

With the coming of the Industrial Revolution and the development of more complicated machines, farming methods took a great leap forward. Instead of harvesting grain by hand with a sharp blade, wheeled machines cut a continuous swath. Instead of threshing the grain by beating it with sticks, threshing machines separated the seeds from the heads and stalks.

They are used to push the device—machines till the ground, plant seed, and perform other tasks.
farm machines are specially made from what people get from helping in planting and harvesting which is done mostly in growing seasons.

The grains produced are to be transported to keep it safe and durable for a whole year so it can reach us.

The machines help in holding heavy loads where a normal farmer can carry it in a longer amount of time. The machine is functioned for cultivating, planting, fertilizing or pest control, irrigation or harvesting, loading and transporting. One kind of these
machines is Tractors.

Working with hand (by ownself) is actually more expensive if it is compared with many hands and one season and fewer hands and many seasons.

Farmers sacrifice years of their lives to make the good fruit of their fields which is quite hard to do on their own. even if they know that a machine can ease their hard-work but there are different circumstances coming after.

They say; it is expensive. that is obvious, the amount of money a farmer earns a year is quite less than to invest in plowing for next year saving for his family and to buy a machine is impossible. It is never true when they say, they never liked working with machines but then it is not feasible to get one.

Only it can be viable if the Government helps in Agri-business for those who have been feeding the population without making a second choice. Important to help farmers with suitable loans from the government to buy their desired machine.
But if the Indian economy would have been that easy and smart this would not have been a very table of discussion.

Even many Government discussions and time taking rallies under agricultural business on farming year after year shows no results and till the time it is just the same as it was in the early 90s. The land may have shown some variability the cost may have changed a little but for the one who works behind the farming aren’t really growing and as a result, are unhappy.

This is striking when a farmer takes away his life for a certain cause, disappointed in his life that he had to come across without happiness. Only remember when our one meal depends on his one wish of making this happen. And so we respect him.

Indian farmers do not need much convincing. But the cost of
laser levelers, direct seeders and high horsepower tractors take it to make a good convincing. The government must step in with easy loans to spread the use of these machines and make India use these fields in better agriculture and make the population feed well at very nominal prices.

Farming was tough then, farming is tough now.

In the early 19th century, animals were the chief source of power in farming. Then came the petrol-powered tractors and later today the diesel engines became prevalent.

The operations of farming for which machines are used are diverse.

For crop production they include -


  • handling of residues from previous crops
  • primary and secondary tillage of the soil
  • fertilizer distribution and application
  • seeding, planting, and transplanting
  • cultivation
  • Pest control
  • harvesting
  • transportation
  • storage
  • pre-marketing processing
  • drainage
  • irrigation and erosion control
  • and water conservation.

In developed countries, the number of farmworkers has steadily declined in the 20th century, while farm production has increased because of the use of machinery.

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