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Iron Age Celtic Britain consisted almost exclusively of settled farming communities who tended their crops and livestock.
The earliest written information about Britain records that the Celts of Southern and Eastern Britain were skilled arable farmers.
The productivity of ancient crops is studied at Butser Iron Age Farm.
At this experimental farm it has been shown that good crop yields were probably achieved by the Celtic farmers.
The Bronze and Iron Ages witnessed a number of advances in farming.
The Gauls, however, use both these and their own native dogs for warfare also. destitute of the cultivated fruits, and almost deprived of the domestic animals; and the food of the inhabitants consisted of millet, herbs, fruits, and roots.