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BULL

John Morgan with bull 1910

exhibition number: Agriculture 20

Generally, only farms over 60-70 acres in size had bulls. Only about one quarter of the farms were of this size or larger and these farms were said to be truely self-sufficient. The rest of the farms took their cattle to the bulls to be served (made pregnant) for which the farmer paid by helping with the harvest.

Jenkins, David, (1971), The Agricultural Community in South-West Wales, p. 48

Jenkins, David, (1998), 'Land and Community around the close of the nineteenth century' in Cardiganshire County History, III, 108

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