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The successful farmer, therefore, the one able to increase the size of operations and enjoy whatever economies of scale were available to particular crops, usually had other sources of income. Frequently, this meant trading in, or processing, agricultural commodities. A more commercialised and export-oriented agriculture needed an expansion in marketing and distributive trades - for bulking-up the produce from a large number of small farms and the breaking-down of imported goods into the small quantities retailed to the individual peasant household.

612-13. shape of fragments of Anglo-South African society scattered across Central and East Africa wherever mineral deposits and high ground considered suitable for colonisation could be found. Although outnumbered by the African inhabitants, the settlers enjoyed a considerably greater degree of representation in government (amounting to full internal self-government in Southern Rhodesia from 1923) and secured significant levels of state assistance In 51 attaining their economic and social goals.

The successful farmer, therefore, the one able to increase the size of operations and enjoy whatever economies of scale were available to particular crops, usually had other sources of income. Frequently, this meant trading in, or processing, agricultural commodities. A more commercialised and export-oriented agriculture needed an expansion in marketing and distributive trades - for bulking-up the produce from a large number of small farms and the breaking-down of imported goods into the small quantities retailed to the individual peasant household.

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