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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
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