1893. Or how we have made a rundown farm bring both profit and pleasure. Found in this volume is everything with any possible connection with the author's success in farming. Such rather unusual but important questions as insurance, buying supplies at wholesale, paying cash, keeping accounts, etc. are fully treated, more so than any other agricultural writer had done previously. The subjects of potato, wheat and clover culture, tillage, tile drainage, manure saving, etc. are treated independently from A to Z.
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