Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association / Second annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 3, 4, 1904. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture
Bonzelet, J. P.
President's annual address, pp. -2 PDF (319.0 KB)
SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF 1 Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association PRESIDENVrS ANNUAL ADDRESS. J. P. BONZELET, EDEN. Members of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Associa- tion.-Owing to the absence of our worthy president the duty of presiding at this meeting has fallen to your vice-president who feels the burden of this arduous task. I sincerely hope you will bear with me in my attempt to render judgment in a just and impartial manner. Rest assured that the welfare of your association is the uppermost thought in mind, and I sincerely hope that the coming meeting will be the best in its history. It is really surprising the wonderful strides made by our in- fant organization of a few years ago. From an association of a few members we have grown until now, we have nearly reached the 600 mark. The character of our work is attracting attention far and near and I feel that every state in the Union should have an organization founded upon similar lines to carry progressive agriculture to the very door of the farmer. This experimental work appeals to young and old in a way, that will prevent the life work of the farmer of the future from running in the old ruts of the past. We have reached that period in agricultural advance- ment when it calls for the united efforts of all interested in that
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