Crofting
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Crofting is a traditional social system in Scotland outlined by small-scale meals production. Crofting is seen as an its common doing the job communities, or townships. Individual crofts can be established on 3 – 5 haya of in-bye with regard to better quality forage, arable in addition to vegetable production. Each and every township manages poorer-quality mountain ground as frequent grazing for cattle and sheep.

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