U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers' Bulletins Nos. 351 - 375 with Contents and Index. Joseph A. Arnold, in chief.

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers' Bulletins Nos. 351 - 375 with Contents and Index

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1910. Hardcover. Subjects of bulletins include: Tuberculosis test of cattle, Nevada mouse plague of 1907 - 8, Experiment Station Work L, Onion culture, Successful Poultry and Dairy Farm, Peanuts, Poultry Management in Maine, Forestry, Canning Vegetables in the Home, Experiment Station LI, Meadow Fescue, Market Hay Value, Use of Milk as Food, Profitable Cotton Farm, Farm Management in Northern Potato-Growing Sections, Experiment Station Work LII, Lightning, Eradication of Bindweed, How to destroy rats, Replanning a Farm for Profit, Drainage of Irrigated Lands, Soy Beans, Irrigation of Alalfa, Experiment Station Work LIII, and Care of Food in the Home. Bound in three quarter red leather over red cloth boards with gilt title "Farmers' Bulletins" to spine. The name "Lynden Evans" is printed in gilt on the foot of the spine. Lynden Evans (1828 - 1926) was a teacher, lawyer, and U.S. Congressman from Illinois. Full marbled edges and marbled endpapers. Front endpaper is present but detached and rear endpaper is no longer present. Minor wear to edges and hinges of boards. Clean interior with occasional pencil markings. An attractive book. Each bulletin has its own pagination. SCI/022219. Very Good.

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