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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including the proceedings of the state agricultural convention held in February, 1887, together with other interesting papers

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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including the proceedings of the state agricultural convention held in February, 1887, together with other interesting papers
Vol. XXV
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1887
34 v. plates 23 cm.

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Contents

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[Frontispiece] New science hall, chemical laboratory and machine shop, State University, Madison, Wisconsin

[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including the proceedings of the state agricultural convention held in February, 1887, together with other interesting papers. Vol. XXV, pp. [i] ff.

Table of contents, pp. [iii]-iv

Letter of transmittal, Newton, T. L. pp. [1]-2

Officers of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, 1887, p. [3]

Laws relating to the society, pp. [4]-8

Constitution, pp. [9]-10

By-laws, pp. [11]-14

Life members, pp. [15]-22

Mortuary, pp. 23-24

List of officers of county agricultural societies in Wisconsin, for 1887, with their post office address, pp. 25-28

Exhibition of 1886, pp. [29]-34

Reports of superintendents, pp. [35]-51

Premium awards, pp. [52]-78

Proceedings. Executive board meetings, pp. [79]-84

Society meetings, pp. 84-87

Treasurer's report, Miner, Cyrus p. 88

Detailed statement of expenditures, according to warrant account of secretary, pp. 89-99

Proceedings of the farmers' state convention, held under the auspices of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, in their rooms in the capitol at Madison, January 31-February 1,2,3, and 4, 1887, pp. 100-101

The education of the citizen farmer, Blaisdell, J. J. pp. 101-123

Fine wool sheep and their place in our agriculture, Gibbs, C. R. pp. 123-154

Justin Morgan, the first and only full-blood horse--"what I know about him", Clark, Louis pp. 154-157

The future prospects of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, Fratt, N. D. pp. 158-183

[De-horning cattle], Haaff, H. H. pp. 183-219

Queries, McGilvra, A. D. pp. 219-220

Capital and labor, Parker, George S. pp. 221-238

What shall we feed our hogs, Henry, W. A. pp. 238-250

Practical education for the farmer's boy, Hamlin, Conde pp. 250-260

The problem of cattle feeding in Wisconsin, Fox, A. O. pp. 261-291

The clydesdale horse, Galbraith, Alex. pp. 291-296

Fruit for the farm--the apple, Peffer, Geo. P. pp. 297-301

Health of animals, Atkinson, V. T. pp. 301-317

A woman's idea of kindness to animals, Warren, Mary E. pp. 317-323

A plea for a better parentage, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 324-335

Agricultural education, Adams, H. C. pp. 335-376

Science of breeding, Arnold, A. A. pp. 377-388

Hints on growing potatoes, Pilgrim, D. T. pp. 388-390

Prehistoric farming, Peet, S. D. pp. 390-417 ff.

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