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|The agriculturist works the farmer. ... he difference between organic farmers and |
factory farmers is that organic farmers turn dirt into soil and factory farmers turn
soil into ... Truth #2: Fertilizer runoff and pesticides are harming our soil and water
|containing a new system of farm book-keeping; also, forms of a lease, |
submission, decreet-arbitral, &c., and selection of useful ... Respecting the proper
management of soils, crops, and livestock, all the works of the justly-celebrated
and very ...
|The farmer communes directly with nature. He is always employed among the |
works of God. The soils, the plants, the trees, the seeds, are represented to him
as they came from the Creator's hand. He sees everywhere .the handiwork of ...
|John Scott (agriculturist.) ... Assuming that in both cases the tackle works 150 |
days during the year, the comparative cost of the work would be about as follows:
– ... The charges for hire-work are usually 12s. per acre for cultivating once over
to depth of 9 inches; and 18s. to 20s. per acre for 68 THE SOIL OF THE FARM.
|By consulting books we profit by the experience of other men, and perhaps gain |
in one year that knowledge which it might have ... Respecting the proper
management of soils, crops, and live-stock, all the works of the justly-celebrated
and very ...
|The manures most proper for the soil compounded of sand of flint are such as |
make it retain water, render it firmer, and ... &c. ; respecting which Brown's
Treatise on Rural Affairs, and the more scientific and chemical works of Sir
Humphry Davy ...
|Comprehending the Cultivation of Plants, the Husbandry of the Domestic Animals|
, and the Economy of the Farm; Together with a ... flowed over them, by
embanking and draining, and are only kept from floods by a constant attention to
the works originally erected. ... If there are no very abundant springs in the bottom
, a few ditches and ponds will suffice to dry the soil by evaporation from their
|How calculated to make an agriculturist think deeply, and carefully to examine |
the various soils of which his farm may be composed, is that valuable little work of
" Morton on soils." it is from these and other standard agricultural works that the ...
|AND WESTERN AGRICULTURALIST Ash Trade of ... The Farmer is oflbrod to |
Agents and Clubs at the following low rates :— Six Copies for 83 ; Ten Copies for
§7 ; Fourteen Copies for $10; ... to diffuse information to the Farmer, (and on the
Mechanic its usefulness will not be lost,) has been commenced upon your own
soil. ... Do you feel that pride to hear our works of Internal Improvement extolled ?
|A south or southeast slope is best for poultry farming, as this gives satisfactory |
water drainage, air drainage, soil drainage and a fairly warm exposure. Fertility.
... Witha small dairy with a larger poultry division works out fairly well. On a large