The decline of farming in Georgia
By dnyr, Updated
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Before the year 1945 farms where a prosperous place where many Georgians worked. cities where minimally populated and the farms thrived
however in 1945 the GI bill was passed along with many other advancements that would make farming one of Georgias less popular jobs.
Then due to the new farm equipment there was overproduction which led to need ing even less farmers
First came the creation of more advanced farming equipment that increased the yield of crop but diminished the need for some farmers and work hands
Finally with the introduction of the GI bill many veterans where getting an education and moving to the cities to get factory jobs
No need for any work hands anymore... not like you can find any!!
Then thanks to all these bills and machine equipment along with the help of atlanta mayors and georgia governor the cities of Georgia began to thrive and grow. with people like William Hartsfield bringing airports and Ivan Allen jr. bringing sports teams the cities quicly became the place to live.
And with all these factors considered we see that the farms began to decline and the cities grew at blazing speeds with populations skyrocketing and farmer population at a sharp decline.
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