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Old, peasant field measure (also yoke, Juchart or daily work) according to the size of a field surface, which one plows in the morning (morning) with a einscharigen horse or ox team or which could be mowed by a single man by means of scythe. In some areas, however, this also meant the area that a man with a team could work from morning to evening. The size of a mostly rectangular morning was regionally very different and varied from 0.25 to over one hectare, The historical area measure hooves was divided into mornings. Today, four acres usually correspond to one hectare. Of importance and size are the old measures field and yoke, as well as the Anglo-American acre quite similar. See also below space measurements and capacity measures,

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