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Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture. A report of the twelfth annual closing Farmers' Institute held at Janesville, March 8, 9, and 10, 1898

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Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes. McKerrow, George, Editor
Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture. A report of the twelfth annual closing Farmers' Institute held at Janesville, March 8, 9, and 10, 1898
Bulletin No. 12
Madison, WI: The Democrat Printing Co., 1898

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Contents

[Cover], pp. [unnumbered]-[2]

[Title page] Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes: a hand-book of agriculture. A report of the twelfth annual closing Farmers' Institute held at Janesville, March 8, 9, and 10, 1898, p. [3]

Table of contents, pp. [4]-[5]

Letter of transmittal, McKerrow, George pp. [6]-[7]

University of Wisconsin. Board of Regents, pp. [8]-[11]

University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture, pp. [12]-[13]

Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes for 1898-9, pp. 14-[16]

Proceedings of the twelfth annual closing Farmers' Institute held at Janesville, March 8, 9, 10, 1898, p. [17]

Rotation of crops, Hill, Geo. C. pp. [17]-22

Clovers, McKerrow, Geo. pp. 22-28

Drainage, Kull, E. O. pp. 29-35

My experience with commercial fertilizers, Van Loon, L. E. pp. 36-40

The planting and cultivation of potatoes, Moseley, D. T. pp. 40-43

Harvesting and marketing potatoes, Scott, Kennedy pp. 43-46

Ventilation of farm buildings, King, F. H. pp. 47-57

Care of house plants, Coe, R. J. pp. 58-60

Responsibility of farmers' sons and daughters, Carr, J. G. pp. 61-67

Our common schools, Healy, J. T. pp. 67-72

Small fruits, Scofield, E. J. pp. 73-78

Poultry, Matteson, C. E. pp. 79-87

The importance and development of bee culture, Pickard, Ada pp. 87-92

Improved methods of bee keeping, France, N. E. pp. 93-98

Sheep husbandry for the farmer, Closs, T. B. pp. 99-108

Breeding and care of swine, Wylie, George pp. 108-112

Producing pork for market, Convey, Thomas pp. 113-119

Does farming tend to elevate mankind equal to other occupations?, Briggs, H. A. pp. 120-123

Education, Rienow, Robt. pp. 124-130

An address, Scofield, Edward pp. 130-136

The agricultural department of the University of Wisconsin, Henry, W. A. pp. 136-141

Breeding and developing a dairy herd, Hill, Chas. L. pp. 142-148

Cheapest milk production, Judd, A. G. pp. 148-156

Care of milk, Scott, L. E. pp. 156-161

Tuberculosis, Russell, H. L. pp. 161-169

Economical feeding, Goodrich, C. P. pp. 169-175

Mating, rearing and marketing the coach horse, Stericker, R. P. pp. 175-183

The best horse to raise, Cooper, J. S. pp. 183-193

Farming in Scotland in the days of our grandfathers, Johnston, John pp. 194-201

The farmer in the university, Adams, C. K. pp. 201-206

Resolutions, p. 206

First lesson, Jamison, Jennie A. pp. 207-218

Second lesson, Jamison, Jennie A. pp. 218-226

Third lesson, Jamison, Jennie A. pp. 227-233

The farmers' friends, Livingston, Stacia pp. 234-239

Education of farmers' daughters, Gibbons, Gertrude M. pp. 239-240

The farmer and educational reform, Evans, Anna J. pp. 240-242

Sheep husbandry, Kammerer, Louis pp. 242-245

Poultry on the farm, Webster, Mattie pp. 246-248

Important to farmers, Moore, R. A. pp. 249-262

The Wisconsin dairy school, Farrington, E. H. pp. 262-270

Index to advertisers, pp. [271]-272

[Advertisements], pp. 273-317 ff.

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