Bonanza farms were very large farms established in the western United States during the late nineteenth century. They conducted large-scale operations, mostly cultivating and harvesting wheat.
My name is Sven I work on a bonanza farm in the late nineteenth century
Bonanza farms—large, commercial farming enterprises that grew thousands of acres of wheat—flourished in northwestern Minnesota and the Dakotas from the 1870s to 1920
It is my job to work a team of horses I work all day and only get a couple fealds done because there so big
At the end of the year we have lots of wheat
Bonanza farms—large, commercial farming enterprises that grew thousands of acres of wheat—flourished in northwestern Minnesota and the Dakotas from the 1870s to 1920.
After we get wheat we transport it
Trains would take wheat from the Bonanza farms on a train and transport to a wheat company when there was no trains they had to use horse wagons
In the flour industrys the michens used are flour sifters, grain cleaning equipment, flour filling and all other necessary equipment for production of e.g. fine white flour or organic wholemeal flour.
Wheat would get transferrd to Minneaplis and came to flour
After we got the wheat we put it in packages and shipped it all over the world
I am prod of MN of growing one of the best wheat in the world