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There were some advantages to the three field system such as 1It was in balance with nature 2There was co-operative faming - everyone worked together 3Commoners rights meant ability of all to graze their animals 4People could work for others who had more land to harvest These were good things but people wanted change because 1Much time was wasted travelling between strips 2The land was not distributed fairly 3There were tensions between land owners or proper use of land 4Strips of grass between farm strips wasted much ground 5There was no room for Innervations Everybody thought that there was a big need for change and they came up with some ideas 1The land could not continue to be fragmented 2People wanted to try new ideas 3The population was growing so there was more demand for food 4Towns and cities needed food that this system did not provide these however never put into the rules of the three field system and the normal way carried on as usual The people with less land and little money problems increased more when the commissioners made a parchment that was forty pages long and three feet by two feet in size explaining the new rules of the three field system They said that the squire got well over 1000 acres the parson got 400 acres three wealthy villagers got 200 acres and the poor farmers got half an acre each Also there was a rule where everyone built enclosures around their land There land was now all together not in different strips Because these enclosures had to built the villagers had to pay towards it They had to pay a sum of 30 each a huge amount of money in their time No poor villagers could afford this and were beside themselves with worry
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