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Railroads and Farming
High prices for beef made Texas ranchers think that they could make a good profit by raising more cattle to get more beef. Soon after, some more beef-making plants were made west, in St. Louis and Kansas. Texas ranchers even made cattle drives just to get to a market, even though they were dangerous, they were effective.
Many Texans moved to boom towns trying to find work in the oil industry. Many young farmers were looking for a new type of work. There were hardly no women or children in the boom towns.
The technology helped them use plows that plowed several paths at once while they were on horses. The technology could also help plant two rows at once so they could plant super fast. It helped them even gather the seeds from the plants easier and more efficient.
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