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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions. Including addresses and papers presented at the farmers' state convention held in February, 1888, in the capitol, at Madison

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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society
Wisconsin State Agricultural Society Transactions. Including addresses and papers presented at the farmers' state convention held in February, 1888, in the capitol, at Madison
Vol. XXVI
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1888
34 v. plates 23 cm.

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[Title page] Wisconsin State Agricultural Society transactions. Including addresses and papers presented at the farmers' state convention held in February, 1888, in the capitol, at Madison. Vol. XXVI, pp. [i] ff.

Letter of transmittal, Newton, T. L. pp. [iii]-iv

Table of contents, pp. [v]-vi

Officers of Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, 1888, p. [1]

Laws relating to the society, pp. [2]-6

Consitution, pp. [7]-8

By-laws, pp. [9]-12

Life members, pp. [13]-21

Mortuary, pp. 22-23

List of officers of county agricultural societies in Wisconsin, for 1887, with their post office address, pp. 24-27

Reports of department superintendents, pp. [28]-36

List of awards at state fair, 1887, pp. [37]-66

Proceedings. Executive board meetings, pp. [67]-69

Society meetings, pp. 69-71

Treasurer's report, Miner, Cyrus p. [72]

Secretary's warrant account, pp. 73-82

Proceedings of the farmers' state convention. Held at Madison, Wis., commencing Tuesday, February 7, 1888, p. [83]

The new relations of the university to agriculture, Chamberlin, T. C. pp. 84-92

The higher duties of wife and mother, Little, Mrs. S. C. pp. 92-103

The short horn as it was and is, Warfield, William pp. 103-109

Trotting horse breeding, Parkinson, A. C. pp. 109-127

The factors which govern the value of barnyard manures, Henry, W. A. pp. 127-141

The jersey interest, Hacker, T. L. pp. 141-148

The coming farmer, Todd, M. G. pp. 148-155

The percheron horse, Thompson, S. D. pp. 155-163

Our prodigality, Dwight, E. W. pp. 163-172

Woman's influence, pp. 172-177

The dairy in Wisconsin, Adams, H. C. pp. 177-201

Status of Wisconsin agriculture, Morrison, W. H. pp. 201-211

Farmers and farmers' wives, Warren, Mary E. pp. 211-218

Forestry, Barrows, Geo. B. pp. 218-250

How shall we realize more from our feeding stuffs, Beach, C. R. pp. 250-262

What the farmer should be, Broughton, Aaron pp. 262-271

Something of interest to the farmers, Haaff, H. H. pp. 271-297

Practical experiments in drainage, Foster, James H. pp. 297-311

Thrift, Updyke, F. A. pp. 311-318

Rural population and the educational policy of the state, Chandler, W. H. pp. 318-328

Old English agriculture, Wright, A. O. pp. 329-337

Honey, Vance, J. W. pp. 337-341

Farm buildings, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 341-351

Economic vs. general destruction of insects, Carr, F. A. pp. 351-381

Contributed and selected papers. Our grasses--adaptation to the various soils, cultivation, and analytical value, Burdick, W. J. pp. [382]-435 ff.

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