The Farmer's Magazine, Vol. 8: July To December, 1855 (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from The Farmer's Magazine, Vol. 8: July to December, 1855Farm Accounts, the several Headings or Divisions of, 376 Farm-letting and taking, thoughts on the Princi ples which ought to regulate, 443 Farm Practice -hints immediately subsequent to Harvest, 297 Farm Roads, the Necessity for better, 43 Farmer, the Foes to the, 298 Farmers' Account Books, 28 Farmers' Accounts, the import and expo...
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