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A course of experimental agriculture: containing an exact register of all the business transacted during five years on near three hundred acres of various soils; including a variety of experiments on the cultivation of all sorts of grain and pulse, both in the old and new methods; the raising large crops of turneps, cabbages, carrots, potatoes, &c. and several plants not usually cultivated, as food for cattle; and the application of them to feeding or fattening of oxen, cows, horses, ... Also the management of the artificial grasses, particularly clover, ... The culture of madder. A particular comparison between the old and new husbandry. The management of pasture lands. On ploughing, harrowing, ... On the general feeding and fattening of cattle on various articles of food; … The implements of husbandry, their defects, improvements, &c. With other subjects of importance to the country gentleman and farmer. The whole stated in near two thousand original experiments. In two volumes …

London: Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall , 1770.
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A course of experimental agriculture: containing an exact register of all the business transacted during five years on near three hundred acres of various soils; including a variety of experiments on the cultivation of all sorts of grain and pulse, both in the old and new methods; the raising large crops of turneps, cabbages, carrots, potatoes, &c. and several plants not usually cultivated, as food for cattle; and the application of them to feeding or fattening of oxen, cows, horses, ... Also the management of the artificial grasses, particularly clover, ... The culture of madder. A particular comparison between the old and new husbandry. The management of pasture lands. On ploughing, harrowing, ... On the general feeding and fattening of cattle on various articles of food; … The implements of husbandry, their defects, improvements, &c. With other subjects of importance to the country gentleman and farmer. The whole stated in near two thousand original experiments. In two volumes … Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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John G. LeakeVolume 12/12/17902/15/1790Young on Agriculture
John G. LeakeVolume 22/15/17902/26/1790"
Robert R. RandallVolume 16/26/17907/14/1790Young on Agriculture
Matthew ClarksonVolume 22/2/17912/4/1791Young on Argiculture
Matthew ClarksonVolume 25/28/17915/30/1791Young on Argiculture
Matthew ClarksonVolume 15/30/17916/13/1791"
Matthew ClarksonVolume 23/9/17923/27/1791Young Argiculture
Thomas CadleVolume 11/12/18011/16/1801Young Agricult.
Thomas CadleVolume 21/16/18011/22/1801"
Dominick LynchVolume 12/5/18012/7/1801Young on Agricult
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