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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society together with short-hand report of annual convention
Vol. XXXIII
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1895
34 v. plates 23 cm.

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Contents

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[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society together with short-hand report of annual convention. Volume XXXIII

Letter of transmittal, Fleming, T. J.

Table of contents

Executive board of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, p. [1]

List of members, pp. [2]-13

History of Wisconsin state fairs, 1851-1895, pp. 14-16 ff.

Map of Wisconsin

Laws relating to the society, pp. [17]-26

Constitution, pp. [27]-29

By-laws, pp. [30]-34

Treasurer's report, Miner, Cyrus p. [35]

Secretary's warrant account, 1894, pp. 36-48

Treasurer's report, Doyon, M. R. p. [49]

Secretary's warrant account, 1895, pp. 50-63

Proceedings. Annual meeting, pp. [64]-79

Reports of superintendents, pp. [80]-94

Annual convention, held at Madison, Wis., commencing February 5, 1895, pp. [95]-98

Address, Uphalm, Wm. H. pp. 99-102

The duty of the state toward the common schools, Kelley, M. D. pp. 102-114

Saving and applying manures, Everett, C. H. pp. 114-132

How I grow clover, and why, Anderson, Matt. pp. 133-144

The relation of bacteria to agricultural pursuits, Russell, H. L. pp. 144-163

The profitable sheep for the times, McKerrow, Geo. pp. 163-185

How can our country roads be improved?, Weld, Allen P. pp. 185-205

Milestones along the life of a granger, Van Matre, T. J. pp. 205-213

Why Wisconsin farmers should be dairymen, Goodrich, C. P. pp. 213-229

Ensilage and the silo, King, F. H. pp. 229-245

How can farmers raise hogs for profit, Convey, Thos. pp. 245-260

How shall we maintain our dairy interests?, Hoard, W. D. pp. 260-276

Care of brood mares, Phillips, A. J. pp. 276-286

Cheese making in Wisconsin as it is and as it ought to be, High, John pp. 286-288

Horses, Briggs, H. A. pp. 289-292

Horses, True, John M. pp. 292-301

State fairs of 1895. How prize-money was apportioned by the eleven state fairs belonging to the Eastern and Western Fair Managers' Association, pp. 302-303 ff.

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