U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers' Bulletins Nos. 326 - 350 with Contents and Index

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1909. Hardcover. Subjects of bulletins include: building of a run-down cotton plantation, conservation of natural resources, silver fox farming, deer farming in US, forage crops fro hogs in Kansas and Oklahoma, Nuts and their uses as food, cotton wilt, harmful and beneficial mammals of the arid interior, game laws for 1908, cropping systems for New England dairy farms, Macadam roads, alfalfa, Declaration for governors for conservation of natural resources, the basket willow, cultivation of tobacco in Kentucky, the boll-weevil problem, some common disinfectants, computation of rations for farm animals by the use of Energy values, repair of farm equiptment, bacteria of milk, dairy industry in south, dehorning of cattle, and experiment stations XLVII - XLIX. 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. Rear endpaper is present but detached. Minor wear to edges and hinges of boards. Clean interior withillustrations. An attractive book. Each bulletin has its own pagination. SCI/022219. Very Good.

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Price: $125.00

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