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WE DO HOWEVER REPAIR THE VASTdo owever repair the vast of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such istorical work. Excerpt from The Farmer's Magazine Vol 3 July to December 1839I The Conshohocken Register have observed that where a farmer chooses partly or wholly to follow the buying system in place of breeding it will be found that our small mountain breeds will pay money than any other In Most cases too short a time is allowed them to feed for the natural propensity to fattenas not been in them
any way improved by breeding or keeping and in that respect they differ from our new breeds Theyway improved by breeding or keeping and "In That Respect They " that respect they from our new breeds They mostly fed
VERY POORLY IN THEIR YOUTH ANDpoorly in their youth and transported to rich pastur. .
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OF IF IN FAIR CONDITION A YEAR WILLtime if in fair condition a year will sufficient but if bought in a lean state from droves they should be on the ground for 18 months fed the first winter on A Course Of Practical Chemistry For Agricultural Students Vol 2 half the full allow ance of green food well grazed the following sum mer and fed off the ensuing winter This is gra dual feeding and indispensible if we wish for good beef The age should be four or rather five years when slaughteredAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishesundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Fi.