New Experiments in Husbandry, for the Month of April: Containing Several Processes of Plowing Various Lands. The Transcendent Uses of the Late Invented Hertfordshire-Dourle-Plough. The Improvements of Grain, Grasses, Manures, and Trees. The Prevention and Cure of Rotten-Sheep; Also of the Red-Water Foot-Rot, &c. Keeping of Hogs, Cows, and Horses, from Diseases. The Bites of Jockeys, Exposed. Of Pickling Pore, and the Proper Vessels to Keep it In. The Breeding of Fowls. A New Invented Rowl. Several Letters Concerning Husbandry, and the Author's Answers. With Other Beneficial Matters Tending to the Improvement of this Most Useful Science. By William Ellis, of Little-Gaddesden, Near Hempstead, in Hertfordshire
author, and sold, 1736 - Agriculture - 124 pages
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