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India is an agrarian country, 60 per cent of the people depend on agriculture. Different types of crops are grown in different areas. Farmers taking different crops are known as Poshinda. He used to be constantly bullish as a mate.

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Gondia: India is an agrarian nation, and 60 percent of the population depend on agriculture. Different types of crops are grown in different areas. Farmers taking different crops are known as Poshinda. He used to be constantly bullish as a mate. But due to the modernization, the number of bullocks is now reduced and demand for machinery for harvesting and crushing of the rice has increased now.
In the past, farmers used to need a lot of tillage from sowing to threshing. Gothic acid was very large in every farmer. Homemade milk, yogurt and ghee were widely available. There was a bull for agriculture in the family. But nowadays, the total number of cattle cows is very low.

Jersey Hollstein Cranichus Murray Mhas, who is giving more milk than Gavran’s cow, is keeping the farmers in high esteem for the purpose of making more profits. After the harvesting of rice crops, there was plenty of free space for cattle to feed in the fields. But now there is encroachment on the free seats everywhere. People have been swallowed up in open spaces.

There are two or three crops grown in a year because irrigation facilities are available in many places. So the question of stuffing the cattle has arisen. The cows in the village decreased hastily and the number of buffaloes was shaken. This has reduced the number of useful bulls for agriculture and demand for machinery has increased.
Planting is done by plowing and sowing in the field. Presently the farmers are using Thresher Tractor Machines without leaving the battalion for threshing.

Sprinkle the coriander by bulls means more time spent. In addition, the labor cost is more. So farmers have turned to mechanical farming today. The rice crop is grown in Gondia district. The farmers have to face problems because they are not getting laborers for the threshing work.

So many farmers are throwing rice, wheat, gram and other crops from the fields. Due to early formation of grains in less time, diesel or electric running corridors are showing more tendency for farmers. Farmers of the grains are now buying directly in the market.

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