Agricultural evolutions in Stevens County
MORRIS – In 1920, Stevens County was home to nearly 9,800 people and more than 10,000 horses.
Although the first documented farmers in the area originally used oxen, horses quickly replaced them in the community, reaching a peak in the 1920s before the invention of the tractor shifted farming technology yet again.
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