The animals’ first harvest without human supervision exceeds all expectations. What is the success of the harvest attributed to?

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In chapter two, the animals successfully rebel against Mr. Jones by suddenly expelling him from the farm. Once Mr. Jones is expelled from the property, the animals establish Animal Farm and destroy Mr. Jones's tools of oppression by burning the whips, bridles, reins, halters, and decorative ribbons. The animals then paint the Seven Commandments on the wall of the barn and the pigs begin to organize the harvest at the beginning of chapter three.

Despite the fact that the animals cannot use many of the human implements, the harvest is a great success and the animals prove that they can sustain the...

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