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9 페이지 - Congress upon the several states for the establishment of colleges, "to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts, in order to promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions of life.
107 페이지 - ... and the Board further certify that after payment of the series of periodical payments above mentioned [or after payment of the principal money hereby charged and all arrears of interest due thereon] this certificate shall be void. In witness whereof the Board of Agriculture have hereunto set their official seal this day of 189 . The Schedule.
7 페이지 - It will not be doubted that, with reference either to individual or national welfare, agriculture is of primary importance. In proportion as nations advance in population and other circumstances of maturity, this task becomes more apparent and renders the cultivation of the soil more and more an object of public patronage.
493 페이지 - Hind quarters from the hock to point of rump long, wide apart and well filled up, ........ 3 20. Hind legs squarely placed when viewed from behind, and not to cross or sweep in walking 3 21.
107 페이지 - Where the proportion of water in a sample of butter exceeds 16 per cent, it shall be presumed for the purposes of the Sale of Food and Drugs Acts, 1875 to 1899, until the contrary is proved, that the butter is not genuine by reason of the excessive amount of water therein.
107 페이지 - The Board of Agriculture in exercise of the powers conferred on them by section 4 of the Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1899, do hereby make the following regulations : — , Milk.
597 페이지 - ... mule, viz., one the produce of the male ass, or jack, and the mare ; and the other the offspring of the stallion and female ass or jennet. The cross between the jack and the mare is properly called the mule, while the other, the produce of the stallion and jennet, is designated a hinny. The mule is the more valuable animal of the two, having more size, style, finish, bone, and, in fact, all the requisites which make that animal so much prized as a useful burden-bearing animal. The hinny is small...
597 페이지 - The hinny is small in size, and is wanting in the qualities requisite to a great draft animal. This hybrid is supposed not to breed, as no instance is known to us in which a stallion mule has been prolific, although he seems to be physically perfect, and shows great fondness for the female, and serves readily. There are instances on record where the female has produced a foal, but these are rare. The mule partakes of the several characteristics of both its parents, having the head, ear, foot and...
597 페이지 - There is no kind of labor to which a horse can be put for which a mulo may not be made to answer, while there are many for which mules are more peculiarly adapted than horses; among the rest, that of mining, where the mule is used, and many of them need no drivers. They can endure more hardships than the horse, can live on less, and do more work on the same feed than any other beast of burden we use in America. . A cotton-planter in the South would feel un willing to raise his crop with horses for...