A Coggle Diagram about Commercial Farming
, Intensive Farming
, Mixed Farming
, Arable Farming
and Pedigree Farming
), Suburbanised Villages
(:explode: 2.) Linear development takes place. which is normally along the main roads.
, :explode: 3.)Larger housing developments behind the houses and along the roads the village is now getting quite large.
, :explode: 1.) Non residnetial houses are converted in to houses such as barns.
), Hill Farming
(Decreased due to low lamb prices due to cheap imports from Australia and New-Zealand
, Driven out of buisness due to high fuel prices and bringing in £8,000 less per year than before
and Have to use continental breeds to make sheep have more meat on them. These are more expensive to buy. Also cost more to lamb due to having to be brought in to sheds and fed.
(No fertiliserzers used
, No Pesticides to be used.
, Not a overuse of antibiotics
and Other Restrictions such as where animals can and cannot be slaughtered
), Rural Development Programs
, Hedge Row Removal
(The loss of these hedgerows means that wildlife habitats have been lost and destroyed.
, Since 1945 The UK has lost 400000km of its hedgerows
and To make fields larger and easier to harvest and manage East Anglia has lost 60% of its Hedgerows
), Enviroment impact of Modern Farming
(There is a housing shortage due to people living longer and the population increasing. There is a desire to live in the countryside for people that live in towns which mean that rural house prices increase.
and People are having second homes where it is desirable to live this means that house prices are higher and it drives young people out of the area.
(In remote areas people will have to travel along way to find a job in the towns and cities. This leads to people moving out of the remote hamlets and in to the the large towns and cities.
, In rural areas there can be a shortage of jobs due to the main industry being farming and in remote hill faming areas farms will only have one person working on them for most of the year except for busy times when there will be more than one
and The only jobs that people might get in remote hamlets without traveling is if there is a small shop that they can work at.
)), (Remote Areas in the UK
(Irrigation is the artificial application of water to help crops grow .
), Commuter Village
(A previously rural settlement that used to be inhabited by people who worked in agriculture in the surrounding area.
), (Rural urban fringe
(transition zone between urban areas and the countryside
and under development pressure due to the urban sprawl
)), Services close down
(Less money in area due to farming not producing as much money so people don't use the local services as its cheaper to buy from national services. This means that the services close down.
), Loss of Rainsforest
(Rain forests are being chopped down constantly. This is happening because the farmers want more fertile ground which are under the rain forest. So they chop them down so they can use the fertile ground under them.
), Cash Crops
(A cash Crop is a crop thats grown to make money. Cash Crops are normally grown in the tropics on plantations.
(A plantation is a large farm which is normally in the tropics. They are often over several thousand hectares. Usually only one crop such as Bananas or Coffee Beans are grown this is called mono-culture.
) and Farming in east anglia