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A new system of husbandry. From many years experience, with tables shewing the expence and profit of each crop. That a farm of a 150 acres will clear 402l, 4s. sterl. a year. How to stock farms to the best advantage, how the crops are to follow each other by way of rotation. Of trench-ploughing, shewing how to raise good crops without manure. On rearing, breeding, and a new discovered cheap food for cattle. Of cabbage and turnip husbandry. Of the naked wheat, with many other new discovered grains and grasses suitable for the land and climate of America. Also shewing the great profit of rabbit warrens, and how to stock them. A farmer’s and kitchen garden calendar. Of all sorts of manures, marls, clays, sands, &c. A new invented thrashing floor...
Philadelphia: Printed for the author. Price 3 dollars in boards or 3 and a half bound., 1785.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Walter Rutherfurd||Volume 1||9/24/1791||9/26/1791||New Husbandry|
|Christian Schultz||Volume 1||8/29/1801||9/15/1801||Varlo's Husbandry|
|Christian Schultz||Volume 2||8/29/1801||9/15/1801||Varlo's Husbandry|