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Farming Methods Gallery

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Choose from 29 pictures in our Farming Methods collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Effects of Good Government in the Countryside, (detail), 1338-1340
The Effects of Good Government in the Countryside, (detail), 1338-1340
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Dinnertime, c. 1890. Creator: Sutcliffe, Frank Meadow
Dinnertime, c. 1890. Creator: Sutcliffe, Frank Meadow
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Farming in England - Harrowing the Land, 1909. Creator: Unknown
Farming in England - Harrowing the Land, 1909. Creator: Unknown
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Reaping Machine, early 19th century. Creator: J Moffat
Reaping Machine, early 19th century. Creator: J Moffat
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New Norfolk, 19th century
New Norfolk, 19th century
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Kidds Premier Black - John Kidd & Co., Ltd. Advert, 1919. Artist: John Kidd & Co
Kidds Premier Black - John Kidd & Co., Ltd. Advert, 1919. Artist: John Kidd & Co
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Harvesting hay, 1926
Harvesting hay, 1926
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A Scene in Brittany, 1902-1903
A Scene in Brittany, 1902-1903
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Fisherman, 1828. Artist: Jean Henri Marlet
Fisherman, 1828. Artist: Jean Henri Marlet
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Steam ploughing tackle, c1860
Steam ploughing tackle, c1860
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Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine of 1831 (patented 1834), c1851
Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine of 1831 (patented 1834), c1851
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Natives of Chiloe, Patagonia, using a breast plough, 1839
Natives of Chiloe, Patagonia, using a breast plough, 1839
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Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine of 1831 (patented 1834), c1851 Featured Print

Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine of 1831 (patented 1834), c1851

Cyrus McCormick's reaping machine of 1831 (patented 1834), c1851. This, the first widely adopted reaping machine, was shown at the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London where it was awarded a gold medal. Drawn by horses, the machine cut the corn and left it lying in swathes in the harvest field. The figure in the foreground is gathering the corn and tying it into sheaves which would be stood up in stooks, bottom right, to dry before being carried away and stored in stacks. Later models would include a mechanism to bind the corn in sheaves

© Oxford Science Archive / Heritage-Images

Chinese agriculture, 1825-1835
Chinese agriculture, 1825-1835
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White Horse Hill, Berkshire, late 18th century
White Horse Hill, Berkshire, late 18th century
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March, 1412-1416. Artist: Paul Limbourg
March, 1412-1416. Artist: Paul Limbourg
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Crop rotation: reaping with a Hainault Scythe, 1855
Crop rotation: reaping with a Hainault Scythe, 1855
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Crop rotation: harvesting corn, 1855
Crop rotation: harvesting corn, 1855
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Crop rotation: sheep on a break of turnips, 1855
Crop rotation: sheep on a break of turnips, 1855
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Crop rotation: women thinning turnips, 1855
Crop rotation: women thinning turnips, 1855
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Crop rotation: sowing seed broadcast, 1855
Crop rotation: sowing seed broadcast, 1855
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Crop rotation: haymaking, 1855
Crop rotation: haymaking, 1855
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Crop rotation: sowing and harrowing corn, 1855
Crop rotation: sowing and harrowing corn, 1855
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Crop rotation: threshing rye grass for seed, 1855
Crop rotation: threshing rye grass for seed, 1855
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Harvest Time, c1855
Harvest Time, c1855
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March, 1412-1416. Artist: Paul Limbourg Featured Print

March, 1412-1416. Artist: Paul Limbourg

March, 1412-1416. A farmer uses an ox-drawn wheeled plough on his field in the foreground, while in the distance, people are tending vines, keeping sheep and preparing to sow corn. Pisces and Aries, the signs of the zodiac for the month, are depicted in the sky above a castle in the background. From Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, a book of hours produced for Jean, Duke of Berry by the Limbourg brothers. It is regarded as one of the finest examples of European manuscript illumination. From the Musee Condee, Chantilly, France

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Reaping with sickles and binding the sheaves, England, c1800
Reaping with sickles and binding the sheaves, England, c1800
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Harvest time, 1762
Harvest time, 1762
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Cyrus McCormicks reaper and binder, 1877
Cyrus McCormicks reaper and binder, 1877
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Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine, 1862
Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine, 1862
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A Darwinian Idea, 1865. Artist: TW Woods
A Darwinian Idea, 1865. Artist: TW Woods
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