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|But if you are beginning as a cottage farmer and have no roots elsewhere, |
remember that compared to these places, ... As Virgil said, "Oh farmers, pray that
your summers be wet" but not too wet "and your winters clear" but not too
|This is practically true, and comes about in this wise : You and I meet upon the |
road -our legal rights are exactly equal, and both ... man has a clear title to a
passage on his right hand side of the way, and no one has a right to obstruct
another while on his own proper track. ... This point becomes very important in
winter, for it is no joke to turn your horse and all in the deep snow while your ...
Chew Jr Co., whi o piping their claims, found the petrified beehive 75 feet
beneath the surface.
|So now she knew why Artemio had lain by her side last night like a lump of wet |
wood, before dragging the bedcovers over himself as if he ... as it often did,
around what food was in the winter pantry. The fresh seasonal summer
vegetables, such as tomatoes, carrots, celery, lettuce, green beans, wild herbs
and grasses, were gone. ... 'Oh, it's your brother's farm that you're taking on, then?
... After apples and walnuts, Bruna rose from the table and the family began to
clear up and retire.
|The God of the Bible was their refuge and their hope. He prospered them and he |
has prospered us. Let us pray thai ... We are called upon to lament the existence
of a war, that although its desolating ravages have not been witnessed in our
midst ... Then health be to the Farmers, who till oar fertile soil, Who labor 'ueath
the summer's sun, and through the winter's toil; ... and two or three feet long, and
sew the sides together, and one end: then wet it, stuff your meet in as solid as you
|An old farmer passing along said, with a terribly long ace, Well, we're going to |
have another cold, wet summer. plant corn ... cold winter, but the last half of it was
pretty steady, and I think it is easier to keep the cattle in good order when you
have ... milk and milk products is due to a better knowledge as to their food value
and the enhanced price and ,'2: IN o|_o|:u ... money for the clear-<ighted
American. however. to take the time here explaining why Manure Spreaders are
|My way is this: I first roll up or take away the ter than soap for glass) a covered tin |
pail containing clear hot water and ... good fire in the room ands shawl over your
head, you need not fear taking cold (when there is a high wind) any day in winter.
... dandelion's sweet face; Then the sky bent, new dark, new blue, And life wss
wet with morning dewI said. the Spring is sweet. But now the bright depths of the
sky Are summer's own; a woman, I Look out and hesr the leafy stir OI branches,
|Your cow has the second attack and it is chronic. I wish you had stated something |
about her general condi tion; also if the bowels were constipated or of a diarrhea
character. ... Pulsatilla and sepia are the remedies I should select in your case. ...
In about a week quit eating grain and hay altogether; would eat ground feed if it
was made pretty wet, not otherwise; could scarcely drink at .... I have a horse that
is lame in right fore foot, leg or shoulder; has been lame more or less all winter.
|Like the justly famous Barred Plymouth Rocks, the Columbians are all-purpose |
fowls, having big plump yellow carcasses, smooth ... The ody is neatly barred,
while the neck feathers form a beautiful clear white shawl falling profusely over
the shoulders. ... On a cold day a mess ' made of this chopped hay with a little
bran added and all wet down with hot water and allowed to steam a ... tell him
that you saw his card in The Farm Journal. ... t' Moat pray. it; worth or your money
I) k, '_ W t .
|The ingredients are well stirred into the water, and when the daily □turning is |
done the haras are rubbed with those ... Now this ought not to be, yet in a matter
so simple and so clear it is quite exceptional to meet with a full supply of eggs in
winter. ... The advice given you to dibble Maize in your pasture in view of
obtaining "a heavy crop of something sweet and juicy," ... cither for use in summer
or as chaffed silage for winter use but it requires soil that is well tiLcd and
highly manure!, ...