The Principles of Practical Agriculture

The Principles of Practical Agriculture

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There are, however, no doubt, circumstances under which these instruments may be used with advantage in the tillage of fields, but such cases ... There is not a doubt that land may be as Well tilled and rendered as fertile by 4-: means of good agricultural implements worked by cattle, as it could be by manual or spade-labor , and at much less expense. ... more rapidly than in the East, for even in many parts of Europe they still use plows of the heaviest and most ill-constructed character.

Title:The Principles of Practical Agriculture
Author: Albrecht Daniel Thaer
Publisher: - 1860

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