The carabao or water buffalo is the Filipino farmer’s companion in plowing his field since we’re originally an agricultural country. Together with the carabao is the Karo.
The Karo was used as a means of transportation for agricultural products and it is usually used in sugarcane fields to haul the sugarcanes to the train/truck.
In the early days, the Karo was made from wood and had two tires that were pulled by a carabao, horse, or a cow.
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