What are the main consequences of the agrarian revolution?

The agrarian revolution caused:

1) Significant expansion of areas for fodder crops;

2) There was an increase in the purchasing power of the population;

3) There was an active development of abandoned lands;

4) Free capital was accumulated, thus, part of it was directed to the development of industry.

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