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Things just get worse. The animals work sixty-hour weeks all spring and summer in order to build the windmill, but none begrudges the extra labor. In August, Napoleoninstates “strictly voluntary” labor on Sundays: animals may choose not to come, but they will have their rations reduced by half. Shortages begin to occur. The animals require things, such as iron for horseshoes and machinery for the windmill, that they cannot produce on the farm.