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I SOILING CROPS i!
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I and THE SILO ... ij
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I! How to Cultivate and Harvest the Crops. "
I! How to Build and Fill a Silo. :: Hew to Use Ensilage. !!
| By THOMAS SHAW, II
I By THOMAS SHAW, |j
•£ Professor of Animal Husbandry at the University of Minnesota. . .J |
* This new book by Prof. Thomas Shaw forms a most appropriate com- •*
v panion to his "Forage Crops." It is by far the most original and complete • ■
* work ever written on the subject of which it treats. The book is divided *
* into two parts, the first of which treats of the growing and feeding of all 4,
- kinds of soiling crops that have been found useful in any part of the , t
" United States or Canada. The discussion is simple, clear and eminently ~
practical. It treats of the climatic and soil conditions to which all these ~
X crops are adapted, of their plan In the rotation, of preparing the land for each i (
~ crop and of sowing, cultivating and feeding the same. i*
j, The second part discusses the silo. No treatise on the subject has ever «»
.. appeared that will approach in simplicity and comprehensiveness the way in di
~ which it has been handled by the author. It is not a plea for the silo, as 4 »
it nearly all the publications have been that have heretofore appeared on the 11
. • subject, but a sensible discussion of the place for the silo, the benefits from <>
*> soiling crops, the best methods of building the silo, the crops that are »'
<» suitable for soiling, filling the silo, and feeding the silage. No progressive «|
* • farmer can afford to be without this book, and to dairymen It will prove < *
* • of highest value. Illustrated. 12mo, pp 364, cloth. *J
I PRICE, Postpaid, $1.50. o
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