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Farm Buildings and Agricultural Settlement
Nucleation and dispersal
Agricultural Economy
Buildings for livestock
Buildings for grain and fodder
Buildings for land working
main image South-eastern arable landscape, Papple, East Lothian
The dry, fertile lowlands of south-east Scotland have a long history of grain production.

The large fields and gentle slopes are well suited for the use of modern agricultural machinery. The soil is fertile and well-drained.

Despite the intensiveness of arable farming, the landscape here still retains other elements. Woodland, for shelter and amenity plus, never far away in lowland Scotland, pastoral uplands.

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