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The growth in the railway network in the 1880s and 1890s and the development and adoption of new farming techniques changed the semi-subsistence selector in New South Wales (NSW) into a commercial farmer. They also led to a large increase in the production of wheat and dairy produce and, together with overgrazing in the Western Division, caused a complete relocation of the main types of farming in NSW.

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