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Henry, W. A. (William Arnon), 1850-1932 / Agricultural possibilities of northern Wisconsin : an address delivered at a Farmers' Institute
(1903)

Agricultural possibilities of northern Wisconsin,   p. [3] PDF (137.8 KB)


Grasses and clover,   pp. [3]-4 PDF (270.9 KB)


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Agricultural Possi-
bilities of Northern
Wisconsin 4 .e a
  People familiar with agriculture in the
southern half of the state are the very
class of people to build homes in the
northern part. This is especially true of
the sons and daughters of our farmers.
Familiar with our customs and practices,
and knowing of our interests socially and
politically, these people drifting north-
ward, become the very best of farmers
and citizens. They are proud of Wis-
consin and loyal to its every interest.
  Thousands of readers of this article
need not be told what can be produced
in the northern half of our state.
Grasses and Clover.
  For the benefit of others let it be noted
that grasses and clovers flourish particu-
larly in this region.  Timothy grows
everywhere and Kentucky blue grass
seems indigenous for one finds it creep-
ing along the roadsides and through the
bare spots in the timber-lands.  The
clovers are particularly at home. Red
and alsike clover usually give two crops
a Iyear. These plants are not so easily


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