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New England Homestead, Vol. XXII, Saturday, October 13, 1888

Springfield, MA: The Phelps Publishing Co, 1888. 36 x 54 cm. Agricultural newspaper; View of Horticultural Hall at Bay State Fair; The Implement Exhibit at the Bay State Fair; A grand display of poultry. Paper periodical brittle, tears along folds, good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$10.20

Cultivator, The, the Farm, the Garden and the Fireside; Country Gentleman, October 11, 1866; Vol. XXVII No. 717

Albany, NY: Luther Tucker and Son, 1866. 25 x 33 cm. Sale of Cotswold sheep at Haverhill, MA. Science and practice of bread-making. For cheap paint, use mix of lime paste and skimmed milk. Top dressing:improving grass lands. Paper periodical, slightly frayed on edges, good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$13.60

Gleanings in Bee Culture, Vol. XLII , No. 14, July 15, 1914; Devoted to Honey, Bees, and Home Interests

By Root, E.R. , Editor

Medina, OH: The A.I. Root Co., Publishers, 1914. 15 x 23 cm. High grade Italian bees and queens cheap! Beekeeping in California; Notes from Germany. Paper periodical, front cover page loose. Fair. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$10.20

Cultivator, The, the Farm, the Garden and the Fireside; Country Gentleman, July 5, 1866; Vol. XXVIII No. 703

Albany, NY: The Country Gentleman, 1866. 25 x 33 cm. Prussian troops enter Saxony and Hanover; Chickens eating eggs; How to make Blackberry wine; How the English make clotted cream; Manure management; raising chickens in the city. Paper periodical, small stain on front cover, upper left hand corner; good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$14.45

Weeds: How to Control Them, U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers' Bulletin No. 660

By Cox, H.R

Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1931. 15 x 23 cm. Classification of weeds according to length of life; Control of weeds; Introducing weed seeds by threshing; by the wind; in manure. Paper booklet, very good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$10.20

Bestov Lactonews, The, May, 1925

Philadelphia, PA: Cherry-Bassett Company, 1925. 14 x 19 cm. Model Grade A New Jersey Milk Plant; Lactonews contest will award $150; this month's milk prices; what's new in equipment for milk plants. Paper periodical, center pages loose, spine torn 5 cm. Good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$10.20

Cultivator, The; the Farm, the Garden and the Fireside; Country Gentleman, January 25, 1866; Vol. XXVII No. 680

Albany, NY: The Country Gentleman, 1866. 25 x 33 cm. Farm Manure; Plea for Permanent Grass Lands; How to Destroy Woodchucks; Wintering Bees in a Cellar; Gen. Grant says troops will be maintained in the South for some time to come. Paper periodical, edges frayed, good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$15.30

Instructions for Making Improvement Thinnings and the Management of Moth-Infested Woodlands

By Cook, H.O., M.F., Assistant Forester

Boston, MA: State of Massachusetts, 1914. 14 x 23 cm. How to thin woods to control the gypsy moth. Paper booklet, very good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$11.05

New England Homestead, Vol. XXVIII No. 30, Thursday, July 26, 1894

Springfield, MA: The Phelps Publishing Co, 1894. 36 x 54 cm. Agricultural newspaper; More about the 17-year locust; Large and small fruits (Doyenne d'ete pear for early fruit); Lydia Pinkham ad. Ad for windmill for water. Paper periodical brittle, tears along folds, poor. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$8.50

Eastern States Farmers' Exchange.. ""by the farmer himself--"

Springfield, MA: Eastern States Farmers' Exchange, 1924. 15 x 23 cm. Booklet includes letter from President Coolidge; Map of New England covered with blue dots, one for each freight station receiving ""Eastern States"" consignments. Paper booklet, very good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$11.48

Cultivator, The, the Farm, the Garden and the Fireside; Country Gentleman, February 22, 1866; Vol. XXVII No. 684

Albany, NY: The Country Gentleman, 1866. 25 x 33 cm. Culture of Sweet Potatoes; About Tight Barns; Glimpse of Cleveland, Ohio; How to make an excellent pie crust; the Yokohama Squash. Paper periodical, dampstain on front cover, upper left hand corner; good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$13.60

Price-List of Stockbridge Manures and Bowker's Fertilizers: Feed the Plant and the Plant Will Feed You. No. 7, 1880

Boston, MA: Bowker Fertilizer Company, 1880. 11 x 16 cm. Detailed listing of manures and fertilizers for Indian corn, potatoes, grass, pasture, fodder corn, millet, turnips, beets, buckwheat, onions, fruit trees. Testimony of users. Paper booklet, very brittle, pages are all loose, back wrap missing. Agent stamp on cover, ""cancelled"" stamped on top of that. Very poor. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$10.20

Dourine of Horses, U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers' Bulletin No. 1146

Washington, DC: United States Department of Agriculture, 1935. 15 x 23 cm. Dourine is an infectious disease which affects only the horse and the ass. History of early outbreaks; symptoms; lesions; Treatment; Method of eradication. Paper booklet, very good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$10.20

Apple Bitter-rot and its control, John W. Roberts, Pathologist and Leslie Pierce, Assistant, Fruit-Disease Investigations, Farmers' Bulletin 938

By Roberts, John W

Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1918. 15 x 23 cm. Bitter-rot is caused by fungus Glomerella cingulata, recognized as disease of great destructiveness. Spray with Bordeaux mixture. Paper booklet, stamped by Geo.H. Moses, United States Senate, on cover. Very good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$10.20

Ducks and Geese: Standard Varieties and Management, Farmers' Bulletin No. 64

By Howard, George E

Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1906. 15 x 23 cm. Ducks, including white Pekin, White Aylesbury, Colored Rouen, Black Cayuga; Geese, incl. Gray Toulouse, White Embden, and Gray African. Paper booklet, dampstained along bottom 5 cm., staples rusted, fair. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$12.75

Lowe's Farm and Fireside Journal, Devoted to the culture of the soil, and the culture of the mind, August, 1867, Vol. 1, No. 4

New York, NY: J. Payne Lowe, 1867. 27 x 26 cm. Description of Central Park, NY; New meat-chopper, with detailed drawing; advice on building cisterns; ad for Singer sewing machine, adjustable pitchfork, new clothespin. Paper periodical, outer wrap lightly worn, one page uncut, good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$12.75

Cultivator, The, Country Gentleman; the Farm, the Garden and the Fireside; , September 20, 1866; Vol. XXVIII No.714

Albany, NY: The Country Gentleman, 1866. 25 x 33 cm. Discussion on dairy farming. Keep cows clean, wash hands before milking, use care in making cheese; use of soft water; My Vetch Crop; Quack Grass; NY State Fair at Saratoga. Paper periodical, very good. . Catalogs: Educational/Agricultural.

$13.60