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" ... mile of the whole extent of territory could furnish in one season 50 kinds of grasses and native forage plants, grasses that would make from one and a half to two tons of hay per acre as rich as that from an Old World meadow. It was a magnificent... "
Proceedings - Page 122
by Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1898
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Yearbook of Agriculture

1896
...from an Old World meadow. It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To the one it promised food for a million cattle; to the other it...an acre remains anywhere east of the ninety-seventh meridian that will still yield its ton and a half of prairie hay. There is hardly a square mile of...
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The Principal Insect Enemies of the Grape

C. S. Marlatt - 1896
...from an Old World meadow. It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To the one it promised food for a million cattle; to the other it...an acre remains anywhere east of the ninety-seventh meridian that will still yield its ton and a half of prairie hay. There is hardly a square mile of...
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Yearbook of agriculture. 1895

1896
...from an Old World meadow. It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To the one it promised food for a million cattle; to the other it...all this has changed. We can no longer point to our broad-prairies and say that the natural forage conditions here are the best in the world. Hardly an...
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Bulletin, Issue 25

United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Division of Agrostology - 1901
...from an Old World meadow. It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To the one it promised food for a million cattle; to the other it...an acre remains anywhere east of the ninety-seventh meridian that will still yield its ton and a half of prairie hay. There is hardly a square mile of...
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Bulletin

Iowa Geological Survey - 1901 - 525 pages
...changed. Jared G. Smith* says: "It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To ihe one it promised food for a million cattle; to the other it...the golden possibilities of a soil that would bring fourth bountiful harvests. " HL Bently,* speaking of the conditions of speculation and overstocking...
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Weeds of the Farm and Garden

Louis Hermann Pammel - 1911 - 281 pages
...changed. Jared G. Smith says: "It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To the one it promised food for a million cattle ; to the other...soil that would bring forth bountiful harvests." But no time should be lost. Prof. Toumey says, in regard to conditions in Arizona : "In the early days...
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Proceedings

Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1901
...from an Old World meadow. It was a magnificent legacy to the rancher and the farmer. To the one it promised food for a million cattle, to the other it...world. Hardly an acre remains anywhere east of the 97th meridian that will still yield a ton and a half of prairie hay. There is hardly a square mile...
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