Bonanza farms

What are bonanza farms.

Bonanza farms were very large farms that mainly farmed wheat more than anything. The farms were one of the U.S. many success. Most bonanza farms were owned by companies or factories. Most of the bonanza farms were located by the North Pacific railroad, that way they could ship off their materials that they got. Bonanza farms helped out the settlers a lot in the west. It allowed them to make money but also have food for their families when times were rough.

How farms have changed

Farms have evolved a lot from old times. Nowadays we have combines and tractors and so much more. Back then they only really had the horse and the plow. It would take them almost a day if not more to finish a row depending on the weather back then. Now it takes almost a day to do alt least half a field if not more.