How was the arrival of the railroad helpful to farmers?
this is alot easeir than befor
Many cowboys and ranchers lived far from cities or towns and used their own resources to solve problems that they had to face every day.Plus they rarely get paid more than a dollar every day so being a cowboy wasn't much of a dream job.Although they did not get paid much they were respected by the city and towns because of the labor they put in to supply them with food.
Many many people went to oil industry looking for a job opportunity to get paid well.But with many downsides to working on an oil field was the boom town were crowded and very dirty to live in and many wives and children had to move away from the husband or father because of the conditions.This was so bad that violence would stir up in many of the boom towns making it even more dangerous than it already was.
The railroad was a big contribute to farmers because it would help get cattell places quicker and more reliable.Not only did it transfer cattle but it also transferred crops and other goods.The most crop that was transferred was cotton tripled in numbers than all the other crops.it also affected monye supply for selling crops increasing it more than 7 million dollars.