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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 11, 1854, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI spoof eur to Cifer Aimre Ana amusement. I that country is the most Jird serous where commands the greatest 38. Smells Bro thursday May 11, 1854. 818 May 2d j 1854. A. B. Dear sir Inion of the Ting cd Jonty agricultural 1 who to lined Wanh Muc pleasure o your i Nodi Lalere slug address Lilore the s Hiety Ailo solicit Iron wearer que mor publication con toll favor upon the i favor in Vou Wolf Biely and farming a executive commit eci fully t Remi your Otvis John w Cue Reso Eiliv Sale Public you a i Finfer Joe rests ser Ste i at t1 in your n Fiille place Al your a m any manner 1 Adlai it Al agricultural societies were in your efforts an rive great benefits from i Best wishes for ibo Lio welfare of the Wermers i am Joto in oae Naty j May 2j, 1854 of Bifi coi Tamillee e of ibis morning i Beer a copy of my and areas life interests of Imp tatar ird race much plea doing much go Oil per your county will Fotion de r association with my of your society lad or it Oga july Ybarbo l serv i. A b Dickinson 111 address delivered in the court House in v mag Ike lit 1854. Boh a.h.toioki1tso or president and i am Here by your kid invitation o Yon on the important e object of agn cult practical tilling of Mie soil honors or vocation is and As Mich As has Bee and done there is room for More Wilhoi ing Back on slope and thread Bare topics client or modern limes i the inventive Powers if Man Are Only de by his ingenuity in constructing and ing into requisition useful implements to Vale the Earth and Brogi furl her hidden sure3 to Conin Bule to Thel Benefit the wan and luxuries of Mankind Artie to this end Farmer should study and know to Ali boil is besi adapted and f r what the Neluie intended it Endeavor change the organic Law of nature itself Bonnato raise crops which neither the is a Limmeo vie country Jal ult Latch to Pri a the difference in Thi Price of Safiy products is Small c pc spun the vie i of cities for marketing ruler pay consid Erab e portion of in consequent upon que or Elm with hip erring end fixed Laws of i lure there Are or of resident Many Zumda of in. Dree i ant a Jual Illi Irea Quality of butter Haa been Worth on an average for tha last Twenty Jears Twenty five cents pet to. Last year it brought in the York , to dirty one Thia sea Kon Twenty five cents and when i speak if these prices i mean the very Best Quality that can be made which in very might be very much increased. You Here All the elements for making just that kind of but Ter. To begin with you must have in your Pas Ture Timothy White Clover Blue Raav red top or foul Meadow grass which i think is one and the same thing Only differing As it grows on different soils pure soft water or a rolling and a Hilly country. All these things you have or May have As these different grasses will All grow Well if sowed and properly cared for and i have never seen the first Pound of Good Butler made where tha cow did Dot feed on some or All of these and it cannot be made from these ugh in they have been to in Long enough to have the soil awarded Over to protect it from the Sun Frost ram and Thore will Bel Traen and not till then a solidity and the grass that will Giva to lha butter that Sweet flavor which it so de Snable. Butter partakes not Only of every the cow Eata and drinks but of every thing offensive within us reach after Al 19 nude As for instance if a cow be fed on rutabagas her Butler and Mill partakes of that flavor if she feel in pasture where Leeks Garlicks and wild onions grow there will be a still More offensive flavor. If she feeds in Pas Ture u Here she can get a bile of Briar leaves Beech or Opple tree leaves or any thing of the kid in injuriously effects the of the but Ter though not to the same extent and would scarcely be perceptible for immediate use. To with red Clover butter made from cows fed on red Clover is Good when first made but when Only say to thai Farmer that he does not undo r staid Hilb Sirjess if he will one Sahel of i plaster on each acre of land every year Ted not1 pasture Bis Meadow after mowing neither in the fait nor in lha nor Lurn into pastures until Vebere n something cattle to eat he will in a very few Yean have meld 6wa that will average intr and o half to Nasuf Bay to the acre and Oak acre and a half will pasture a cow through the season old two a half acres beep a cow the Yeut q Twenty years by this system of farming Dairy Lares now would become fitting lands. Aoi whal i mean by fitting lands is where pasture is so Quint toils that steers will Ftp in pasture from the 10th of May until Frost afr acts the pastured the fall As fast a the most skill Ful feeder fallen them on the Best of Hay and a Marjh Grain at All kinds As he chooses to Laed them. That i Call falling land. Of this Quality land there is Lar less than of d airy and it is More they Are die beet Dairy lands in the world where ih4 water and climate will not As Ely his of to u nor be. Rhe Ity and practical fixable importing and Capening of Eiery Side and Grade All aiming at the same great Industry accumulation Arl in Elliser to this end new York sen is to Virgi profoundest statesman i profitable and a slate fair address end York for her living encyclopedia i the Farmers of Indiana. Dresses did great credit i de gentlemen for the deliver Indiana be rods to spec a Hough both lire learning which Laid Down in packages for six months or n year _ to it seems to have lost All its flavor and All taxes without a building of the and no offensive vegetable grafts with the grasses the Leek or wild Oomen which evils butter does nol Hurt the beef that is to aay cannot be detected in the live animal. I Here in Edna left Able biting land m Virginia Anil in Kon lofty from Louisville to the base of the Blue Ridge very Lille at present in Ohio More in a very email proportion in new England Anc new Jersey. In new York it in principally con fined to Orange Putnam dutchess a Ladison Jefferson taiga cum Una is Euben and live Muston. The Lime Stone water is no detriment in May be for Benefit As your Stata has same of the Best falling lands in the Union. Chester county stands preeminently High and Philadelphia Meadows Are number one. The real fur the interest of three Hundred dollars per acre on Long leases the occupant by becomes More or less the Clover was of rank and rapid growth on which the cow fed. The water Abe cow drinks must not Only be soft but Clear jiving who Lepoma water 61 for be use of Man. Of she drinks from tag Nant filthy water it will Knock off three or four Ceuta premises the pud on the Conti nent fut Broad there Meadows and pastures were never ploughed inc they live improved in lha net thirty years and i have will continue to do so fur All time la come so Aslo be inc Pound of Buher All other things being i perceptible in 4he life Lime of Man if used As id ind her few to id Bey right in the Western country on Plain or prune the most of the water m dry seasons of the year is in stagnant streams or pools covered with a Green Blanket and just in the same pro portion Asil is offensive to the Ermell or taste of Man it will exhibit itself in Butler when Laid Down and kept for any length of time and yet they should be and the Lime will soon come when the plough will m a measure cease to be used on the most of the up Landa in this county except for Raisin data Root crops and Corn were the land has been highly manured your cattle will cease to be grazing Laid in Tuo fall and Early in the Spring and running at Sartre in the Winter they will be Kepi in the e Genemon o evinced and the general and useful information a bib they imparted Yei Tali Forwar Nevei at tempted to Tell what the soil in the Vaci Qiliu of la Best adapted and the utter failed to portray Nuh his usual eloquence the purines of the soil of Liff Yelle and its Tion o congenial products for the reason int neither knew the Qumiles of inc soil on they stood. And Here permit me Lossy i a Juch fear i shall myself at fault or at roast pay h carers will find Meso bul or president with your per Rejis bion will make the Allan rpm although i Well aware vial Many Vert Many of the a Era of Penns Juania Horri i see around could much better per Lorna this task than nay Selt Tea soil of Wellsboro and Vicinity is bet adopted to grazing than in Jalbing else and hire let me remark that All grass countries nth while All excl ussely train growing coun tried become poor and fun ill run out unless adapted to greases that Hel Oil can be Rene Jap de by their cultivation Abr instance in Tiona of Monroe ugh co Ujj j where we formally grew on the Orgill soil As Well As the Best wheat growing aunties of West new York former wheat bids Are thrown to the common and now produce nothing poverty grass. 5 and yet in impoverished state land Cai be reclaimed Lime and made to produce Hood crops of the but soon runs oui it Short in costs to none nor till of these things on which the a Little at night and in the Yard during the Day. Instead of Labouring hard All Day to Pich up a in file to Fuat Nin nature destroying ten tunes 03 much by tramping up the Meadows As All they Al Doe s them goad there in nothing More Estr Clive Tonyur soil than cattle running Over when the Frost is coming out of the and yet there Are some spils which this ind of treatment so injurious to yours would eally and just by with regard to kinds of grasses you grow those that Are be very Best and i might aay indispensable for our would be almost As pernicious to a wheat grower As the a Fernada. S Blue grass which is of All others the Best for Luller making and aligning not Only for its Lull Iowa qualities but for keeping Freu pro Ghoul the season and is less adj elfed by Rost than any other. To Reod vate the land than it is Worth while he West. Ouch cheap land lies Idle at although this 13 Eiph apically a country it m not to certain fir wheat the s Era of grazing can be Pura aed to Roost the Husbandman and that after All the the Farmer most Breeds Well the boil he cultivates. Your Pastu my in we judgement Are Best adapt Rankin Buend ldbgrql1dgof Woor to Katlic ulary a be of land n coned 3taiea u lets that wll Butler than that we Irish will grow "oo1 is less Competition in the pro Nelien of the former than in the latter and tin choose that Branch of by Neu m which there a ugly to be the Leaa other Thyga Boling Easl. The first qualy of butter und is confined t a Wooi of the new England slates. Nevi p6nnsylvanialbnd new York while can be made and ship grown where gras grows a i will Endeavor to show cow feeds injuriously affect the making of cheese for the reason that the rennet necessary to form the curd gives so Sharp and different a Lasle that All Polhert Are the work of making Butler a not completed when you have every thing necessary for the cow to feed on you must provide a Good Spring where every Breeze is As Sweet As that wafted from the Rose itself and every dung nol Only cleanly bul the Butler Muat be worked at the right Lime every particle of busier milk crust be worked out and when that is done the working must cease. A lulls Loo Diach work ing spoils the Grain and it becomes oily Ami is Only a second or third rate article. Salt must Only be used in sufficient quantities to make it Alau Ile As Salt is not necessary to preserve Miller any More than it keep lard. Be sure o Liverpool or turks Island a no other Salt has stood the test although Onondaga aves Park just As Well and beef and Butler reasonably Well for immediate we but for be Pink until the Nert Spring it is nol so Good is lost. Great care should been in select eng sail As manufacturers at Syracuse have become very expert in grind Gand putting up Llie Isalt in imitation of the 1 urk a Island and Liverpool and yet Butler when salted with Onondaga Ball after lying in months in packages never fails to disclose he fact by a loss of two of three cents on the Pound to the manufacturer. The reason rolling land is Betler for pasturing Han level is simply this. In the Rainy weather n May and june on the Flat la Oil the water does not Drain off to soon and the wet with the warn weather sours and in some instances mildews the grass and it becomes flashy and ewes it flavor and be Bauerla insipid and the Price Falls correspond ugly. The difference be Iween first Quality of Butler and a common a 19 eight Orten cents on a very common Enisley Ana halt t desire it to be borne mind the better the butter the greater the yield. In is brewing or Jlia Lillig be Weeler and cleaner every thing is kept the better the yield and now let us count Lac profit of keeping cows _ a first Rale cow Wel carers for will make 200 lira of butter la a sea that a one Pound a Day for two Hundred Days and that at per1 Pound w 85ft her milk will 100 of Porfir Worth esd Lars share. We will Call three acres Eilif Flecien to keep Orr cow a yet which is a Large Esti mate for Good grass land. This is a belter a than can be done on the Best wheat land in the country with this advantage that every year the Farmer uses Hia farm for grazing it i improving if Jike these inn Linda a sight they will improve at Leo at five Ermont a year m productiveness if properly used. I do no want to hear a Farmer say that on such land i Meadows or pastures Are running out i Ca l with pasture adapted to grow . A Largo sued first or the purpose of Selling Arnob which if Gopi at Twe Jye Peeke bring in the new to pfc Olree to Ltd Plata i Bave sold one at Ninaj Dollares the carcases of the 4ame disposed of Lite Eearon As the lambs Are taken off Early and. Ewes get Tat and Ere sold at an Advance of two or three dollars of ave what they Cost the year therefore Wool is but a secondary consideration with the sheep grower. The Southdown is one of the Best Breeds Tor marketing. The same Farmer precisely the same kind of land two or three Hundred Miles from Market without Railroad communication Yeend Forth his lambs and Fale Heep would beep and grow an entirely different sheep for Lue reason that Wool Tould be ins object. The Large sized soul Idowu say would neigh Obeji Undril pounds and a com Mon sized Saxony Ewe would weigh fifty be the Saxony Ewe if Well kept would Shear three would bring if of the beet qual Liy a Pound. The Southdown would bring forts Penis a Pound. The South Down would eat twice As much As the Saxony which would Moie just twice the difference in Quantity. For keeping the Hundred pounds of Southdown Jie Wonlu receive for his Wool one Dollar and Twenty cents while for keeping1 one Hundred pounds of Saxony sheep he would receive for. Bis four dollars and Twenty cents than three times As Fuch. It May Eaid by some if Jat Large sheep1 will eat twice As much As the Small ones i have Only to Eay that whoever will Lake the trouble to weigh his sheep and buy will find the Rule holds Good with the same is True of neat cattle nol with horses any More than with Man. Small sheep of the same Breed hear More Wool according to their site than the Large ones of two email sheep have More surface than one thai weighs twice As much and therefore the focal Why sleep of any Breed gives More woo according to what it consumes than a great difference Between the Soetji Down and the Saxony a the one has a ihict., Light fleece while be of her Haa a Loose open your soil Here is i Hare doubt As Well adapted to raising the Best and finest grades of Wool As any in the United Stales the Sime sheep kept Here will produce finer Wool though not us much of it than it would if kept on Lime clone land the difference would be so perceptible that a Good assorted of Wool could pick Oul and Divide accurately nearly every fleece should of divine a flock and keep one half on your soil and lha other on t Oil highly charged us Lime the difference Between the Lime Slone and soft water land is very Garcal even in the Trees of is Forest a sugar Maple standing on tire former will make More sugar of a coarser Gram than on the latter and Uilah All your advantage for growing Fine Wool i would not advise the keeping of the Saxony Over the heavy fleece Marino unless i anew my Man. In the first place i should wan to know that his horses were m win Ter. In the next place that he was a very m dust obis Man one who would rather work than play end with All a Pai enl Man with a wife Peters her own fire Side in Winter to that other. Neighbors one who rather receive company than ban three pin bad etch per Day. They were Well wintered and were fed Back not Only their own but As much other milk they would their average weights of milk per Day waa Over fifty pounds. They were the Best out of a lot of mow thin two Hundred Dairy Cwb. 1 think i did not add More than one half of a each in the Quantity of Buiter by feeding Back lha milk As it was at the time when the pasture was at the very beat. Extra eed would have kept this Larga Quantity up when the Grassi was Dot so Good the Buiter was not first Quality not to solid nor As highly divorced As thai made on pure grass i am thoroughly convinced that nothing that has Ever been tried make tire very Best of butter except the grasses which i have mentioned. The Batter made on the Sweet rented Vernal grass is a Good As any u Hen first made Tut the that made from red Clover when Laid Down in packages losses lie flavor. If the first Quality of Butler could tie tie from any or All kinds of roots the dutch would have succeeded in this As they Are to Bay the least As Neal and untiring in their pains la accomplish Thia great object is any Leople on Earlb although to Weir butter is Good and bungs the highest Price in the London mar Al. Yet it nol the Quality and never rings a thin five or Bix Cenia the Pound of the i Sheet Price of our very Best Butler nor do i believe they make much if any of the very eel Butler in England of this however i do not pretend to know and Only speak from facts 1 have witnessed m the Market a a dealer and maker of Butler last season when busier the red Clover is the Only kind of grass the wheat grower should cultivate and that is he very kind the Grazier does a Iota Vint except to of mixed with his Blue Timothy and red if you a Rex such a Man or set or men they can make More Money by growing the fines Blu Bart Wool than in any other Way. For the Man that does not keep Hia horse Eliod Panda very Well spend much time Sleigh riding1, and if a patient Man if one of his Shee Opall these Are slow to Jan and mature set8 he wl11 feel1 in Sach Emal while the Clover starts Quick and protects not Only the soil Bat the other grasses until they quantities As not to kill in by Over feeding which is usually done and if an Mulure affy spread and the Clover too out bul men he will see jigs flock Ai least three times one word on the Ira Portanka of having All the Dif Ferenal binds of Good grasses mixed a bib grow Well on Yojiro soil. All know when any Kiad Green and. Fresh Callie do Mach belter then when Ripe and dried up. The kinds i have named came Forward in order. Timothy is first and Blue grass last to and by having these mixtures you Nave fresh pasture through the season Ona word on the subject of pre paring your Field for sowing the grass seed. Though ordinarily you have not much trouble in this. M this immediate Vicinity there Are occasionally some Fields or parts of Fields which do not catch the remedy for All than on your dry land where your seed1 would not be Likely to grow have your soil Well prepared the proper time for culling Hay. My experience is Ibal coarse Clover and a Mold aboard be but very Early for horned cattle and sheep. If per muted to. Stand Antil the need Speni and tin male. Dies it be Coraee nearly worthless while the. Fine grasses acquire solidity and by in Turing and become so thick i Bat they rarely if Ever seed consequently no Man can Tell without a critical examination of Hia Mead of at what Lime it should be cot. T will Only add i a i coarse Clover and Timothy without Bot Tom can hardly be pm too Green while Timothy i if with Fine grasses which have become to thick that rhe Timothy does not head Debould stand so Long As the Bottom if improving More than the top is win of scald be cured Well lot horses and sheep to much As not to have a Mirtic e of dust for horned Callie if Cul As u should be when there m no Dew nor rain on the grass u can hardly be booked too soon and if it Moulds a Lime much the Bel Ter Good Hay 19 not Only the basis of fitting if you feed in but All you need Winter ing Stock which 19 in Good order in the fail a skillful Farmer run make healthy cattle All Winter by taxing Bis ingenuity see Bow much Good Hay he can manage to gel them to eat and this is be great secret of keeping Stock. He Nho attempts the Experiment a very Many do of trying to Winter caftle1 on the least possible Quantity of Hay will find Bim Aalf in the end in very much lha condition of the economist who tried to see Irth How Lite Salt he could Winter hid pork when warm weather came however to his great astonishment a had not Only lost Hia , bet Hie pork the was very High there were Large quantities in i Farr Rabove All others should practice Economy ported at that time nearly All the steam Vee Els purchased in the flew York Market of our Esi busier for their own use not Only for their out bul return be were Lartig Southern Ohio Illinois bul Ler not Worth More than lard in our markets f the Ingli a made be Best of buyer Haiim and busier would not bring be very highest nce in the London Market any crore than in new York. The Holland busier brings m our Soulieri Market the highest a Wmk. Ft8 very Are Charleston Savan nah or new Orleans As there la a great de Mand in new York for All of the beat Quality of Butler made and room for More. To make thie busier you must churn All the milk As Well As Cream and churn u before it sours As the sour or rancid Lasle in the Cream can never be eradicated from the butler1 a horse a the Best of All animals to churn and no matter if he Chursa in hours As the milk should be churned Cie Nily should be tedi Liy a Iber Mone Ter to have the Butler coma solid. Firkins before Buiter is put into them Saliou d be soaked in filled Wuh Sweet Hay and hot be to gland til the water is cooled when the Ferm is filled pal a cloth All Over the top cover it Over and keep it Well covered Wilh Fine Mado of sail Salt Petre and loaf sugar Uhul it la sent to Market. When you have done All tins procure a dryer and before sending u 19 Market try every package and if at any time your Covrig have eaten any roots cabbage or anything else they should not you will find it m the Buiter but be should nol curve or even Pinch Bis Slock or his term but a Herald feed bomb on that which i i return grass and Hay Are cheapest beat for Stock and plaster la be cheapest and beet Renvoi for erf your soil. One of plaster to the acre would increase your pie lure and Hay at least Twenty per cent the higher the land the More Good the plaster will do More an the West Side of your Hills thin on the East for the reason that the lands Hal descend in the direction from which ins winds general y blow will receive the greatest Benefit from the use of plaster which is conclusive to me that it extracts Groweg from the i the so let us fart ref with a Practised Eye travelling a a country where plaster does Good could Tell from what direction the Genera by blow Wrob he same certainly thai be could Crittl the lean no of be lops of the urea in the Forest Walic i is to indication that uev4r fails a Indian in the midst of for cols n a Cloudy Day and a would Point to the Polo with As much accuracy As if be Eon. Was blazing form heavens or president i have said your soil was Bette adapted to Graz no than Grain growing did not mean to by understood that wheat Eodald not be raised on your soil to advantage. Tha Drysel of your Landa will grow fair wheat but i do nol regard yours As a wheat Mil the Farmer who raises wheat Here should spare no pains or expenses to secure his seed from the Best Whealer Row is year perfect seed sown Herd of the whitest kind. Go to Market Wuh your Bill pm and sell it your would m a very few. Years if Coo tinned to be self and Lake your wife along As she is the beet i raied Here Bec Ojie red As hell Elk tanned Sola judge As. Ladies rarely smoke or Chew tobacco j leather and m the Middle of the head coma of and no that does either can detect the rhe berries be of Good and much finer flavor of the nicer a Arliea. Thousands larger Uhrin the Berry Al each end of be head of men and Worton have lived and died in Good the berries would continue to grow with a Early in the Spring and Rowit with Spring Rye. On the first dragging let a follow the drag with four quarts to the acre of each kind of need i Molly red Clover and Ted Lope. 1 then Cross Bow it with two quarts each of while Clover and Blue groan rolled in plainer then drag for All in Well. Then put on a of flood heavy roller and a Over happen if Ifie seed in Good. Bow one Bushel of Plaa lat la the acre when the Rye in a inc Bea High. This course is Only the of Stoa that Rye Heller hrs ced. Alter than any other crops that 1 have tend a u and without Al the Bonimy Pfifle oat bind other Spring crops grow thick at the Bottom and smother the Young grass. Cur soil Iff As Well adapted to the crowing of sheep an Wool a Umb of regrow log u a different a Baa mean from that of growing shop a Dairying is from that of raising cattle tha Farmer who lives near a a Day. Every Grazier should or los sheep Briare , and Cree ten portions of farm that need it and for Oliosi Farmers who raise wheat nothing is so Good a Cheep la prepare the Field for the crop. The Breed of cows beet adapted to making boiler i regard As a Mailer of Only that they been bred firm the Beel of Fri Ilker and Are the right shape Wilh Small necks and horns Broad and straight backs wide on lha hip Wuh the thighs to make room for a Large bag1. The same formed animal Tor a Good Milker would a a general Rule be the Best shape for falling for beef cattle those that one the Moat pounds 6f Choice meat to the Quantity of poor or coarse pieces Are he Best and yet there afe some cows of the very bes form t hut Are poor Milker and worse butter Raaker. Every cow s milk buld he tested which is very a perpendicular Glass vessel be tag it stud in a Cool place Luhti the Cream raises. By this role the measurement of Cream and milk is easily made. The cow Muel Al ways give a Large of to Nick la be a first Ballet maker Bodib cows that give but email 01 eases Mak More butter than Othera that a Large Tynesa. The first rate Dairy wit give a Targ 3 Ness and be Rich with rear. A cow most bs1 Well wintered and Well lined Wuh tallow to m Ike Rich milk a cow will Mike and bolter by feeding her Back Ber milk alter it is cd turned with bran or meal w the bolter it not to. Good Root command the by heal Price. I have made forty tour and one half of Butler from two cows in seven Days More Dairy do unities and never tasted a article of Buiter in their lives i said go to Market with your Butler your selves and secure a customer if your butt i Elands the will not have logo the Cost Rale i Laferr no deeper crease in them while Neol raised on the bps of wheat lands tit Monroe Livingston Yates and Seneca coun ties would produce kernels Olf the same Liza top Bottom and Centre if Well cultivated season. The Factor who handled it the last should they raw fats imperfect wheat u would year will be anxious to buy your butter again no longer Home to restore u to us original As he has his customers who a not regard the be rect need than n did to deteriorate from its Price if Tho busier sex rally Euils and the last Perlecy Elaia on Lees congenial and hence year s butter if Good establishes your character i lne importance of using our lands for what they As a Butler maker and will enable you Loob Are beet adapted and trying la improve them lain a Penny or i to a Pound Over last year s so Aelo increase the natural crop la be largest prices i capacity nothing but practical observation have said lha plough would nearly cease to will give a thorough knowledge of theae Imper be used on Good Grais lands the older the Tant truths though science has Dona much m Meadows and pastures of the Betler Quality aiding and is continuing to do and is d calmed will be the grass and the Day is not far Distant to do mors when you will mow and pasture in the Faroe j Ellery of former Al in one Field. As soon As the stumps Are oui. And the p.perdb40ted to agn culture of which there Ara Stone picked up and the Fields smoothed Down mad i and know one Han Gene Aga that operation will be commenced the mow ing machine and reaper Are destined to work As great a revolution in the at cultural a did the suming Penny and Power loom in the manufacturing world. By mowing and Pastu ring in the same Field you improve the Quality a Well your Graas All becomes thick and file lire Best of which the cattle pick out and what is left n much better than Vonrae Bay mown on newly seeded Meadows. As pastures grow older lne thicker and finer the on newly heeded Timothy and Clover the stalks Are hollow and coarse and if Cut Ripe have Bat Irlie More jobs Fence Tuttin Straw. On be other tend on Aid pastures treated Fiey should be the sad becomes our or five inches Sibick neither heat nor cold nor dry can easily prevent a fair crop. The of the to Bong Many Are equally Good the most intelligent Farmer can find much in interest and Many things which instruct and will enable him la improve his crops and give a much Richer Reward for Hia labors As farm ers we Muni read and Bink far our Elvet Tad when we Are Lold that of science can null old the latent or Geroni Narrag qut Liliet of the Earlh Murt be taken we comprehend the chemical operation or by which there developments Are demonstrated and Bro t to our Aid. The Belt a beaut on Earth could not Tell Ion if Yon should go to yonder Wood and bring him a Box of the surface Earth what germinating qualities it contained and yet the experienced practical Farmer could generally Tell 9 be Timber soil and climate and i to that format a ent Down in Peb different Kinda of grass have nearly or Quila Harck next and Barntt june or grown solid Terri lop and can a july Ihan Tea Dayi after it Amr Cdr Cut any time before a heavy Frost Thore in a i fire Dettt be up All Over As thick the great diversity of opinion wild Farmers us to hair on a Dop and the first Froit Puld kill then

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