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How to Market Farm Products for Profit, Comp. By Grant Slocum. Practical Plans on Preparing for Market and Selling Farm Produce That Have Proven Profitable to Farmers, Both as Individuals and as Co-operaters

By: Slocum, Grant
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The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare

By: William Shakespeare
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Marketing of Farm Products

By: United States. Dept. of Commerce
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Middlemen; Who They Are and How They Operate

By: Converse, Paul Delaney. [from Old Catalog]
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The Gathering, Packing, Transportaton and Sale of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits

By: Busey, Samuel Clagett, 1828-1901. [from Old Catalog]
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The horticulturist and his opportunity for first class trade in Philadelphia

By: Smith, Morell

...tural Library, Beltsville MD : print master stored at remote facility. 650 Farm produce $xMarketing $zPennsylvania. 830 Thomas W. Barlow prize in agri... ... Library, Beltsville MD : print master stored at remote facility. 650 Farm produce $xMarketing $zPennsylvania. 830 Thomas W. Barlow prize in agricultu... ... of A;-;riculture Not Investigated Causes for T^cic of Present Information Producer Snoula Study Kis Relation witii Consiiiner Place Philadelphia -i T... ... II FRUIT STORES aq^^^x Henry R.nallowell & Son Display Feature Emphasized Produce They Conld Use ^xa.^ple of Llodern Business Methods in Horticulture... ... in Horticulture (i) ii Blanks Another Out-cf-Lieason Store Supplementary Farm Desired CKAPTEK III CAi^S L»Ai^lon tD' Be11evue -Stratford Supplementa... ...m Desired CKAPTEK III CAi^S L»Ai^lon tD' Be11evue -Stratford Supplementary Farm m Operation Kuglers Instance of Direct Buying Quality Par Kxcellance C... ...en to t/ie General Farr xvriQT Constant Supply Required Criticism Of Local Produce Agricultural Pro.jec^ 3 Quality Brings a Preni'on Opportunity Excel... ...LASS TRADE 111 PHILAI;ELP]IIA CHAPTE" I BASIS OF i::VESTIGA"TON Reason The farmer has failed to study the bssiness end of his profession. The researcn... ...the most direct appeal-the natter of dollars and centa.For tnis reason the farmer should inform himself as to t..e position of the distributer ar:d of...

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Why we have a marketing problem; an introductory marketing talk

By: Anderson, Sydney, 1882- ; American institute of agriculture, Chicago.
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What's back of marketing

By: Taylor, Henry C. (Henry Charles), 1873-1969; American Institute of Agriculture, Chicago
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The road to market

By: American Institute of Agriculture, Chicago
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Study manual

By: American institute of agriculture, Chicago.
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The plant diseases of importance in the transportation of fruits and vegetables

By: Coons, George Herbert, 1885- ; Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of Congress) DLC ; Nelson, Ray, 1893- joint author
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Studies in the marketing of farm products; Volume: 4

By: Weld, L. D. H. (Louis Dwight Harvell), 1882-1946
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Studies in the marketing of farm products

By: Weld, Louis Dwight Harwell, 1882
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Tariff information, 1921

By: United States Tariff Commission; Page, Thomas Walker, 1867-
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Annual Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Michigan Relating to Farms and Farm Products

By: Michigan. Department of State
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A prize essay on fairs

By: Dodge, Allen W. (Allen Washington), 1804-1878
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The New England Farmer : containing essays, original and selected, relating to agriculture and domestic economy, with engravings and the prices of country produce; Volume: 4/7

By: Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837

...IS**?.' lA*' UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 6 LIBRARIES f VY'S I NEW ENGLAND FARMER Published by JOHN B. RUSSELL, at the corner ofCongress and Lindal'. ... ...d with tha end sealed with the compos nor to the editor of the new England farmer. u p n those in the new field ; here the hills nf-l - — forded a goo... ... inferior to the 2d year's crop. Here my scheme for the For .. SEW ENGLAND FARMER. CIDER BARRELS. 'escx County, April 18, 1826. , ;. .• .v lo keep cid... ...any cider casks' becoming foul and musty. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW ENGLAND FARMER. THE BORER. Weston, April 19, 1826. Sir—I have read several communic... ...od price. 1 am of the opinion that good potatoes for table use, are seldom produced from fields that have been long and highly cultivated. Perhaps som... ...ubmit the foregoing to the better judgement of expe- rienced and practical farmers. D. S. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW ENGLAND FARMER. PLANTING SCIONS. Ca... ...ch hill. Oo the 28th day of September I dug the potatoes and weigh- ed the produce of each row by itself. The row in which the 10 whole potatoes were ... ...lanted weighed 46 pounds 12 ounces—and the row that was cut into quarters, produced 77 pounds 4 oz. The rows were contiguous to each other, and the so... ...that the requisite quantify of eggs may be hatched. One ounce of eggs will produce 40,000 worms, 50 pounds of leaves are suffi- cient for 1000 worms. ...

...Description based on: Vol. 2 (1823/1824); Each vol. compiles the weekly issues of the periodical, The New England Farmer, which began in 1822; Published by John B. Russell and Geo. C. Barrett in the later volumes; Founded and edited by Thomas G. Fessenden...

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The New England Farmer : containing essays, original and selected, relating to agriculture and domestic economy, with engravings and the prices of country produce; Volume: 9

By: Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837

.../www.archive.org/details/newenglandfarmer09fess c^ THE NEW ENGLAND FARMER, AND HORTICULTURAL JOURNAL. CONTAINING ESSAYS, ORIGINAL AND SELECT... ...TING TO AGRICULTURE AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY; WITH f AND THE PniCES OF COUJVTHY' PRODUCE. BY THOMAS G. FESSENDEN. VOL. IX. BOSTON: PUBUSHED BY JOHN B. RUS... ...' .iS:< v.^^^ ^ # / 19 -iojdi INDEX To the Ninth Volume of the Netc England Farmer. A. B. his notice of prolific sheep, 171—his notice of the Chinese... ..., 137. Acarus, or red spider, uses of 413 Adams, John, report on his premium farm, 2Ci8 Adams, Josiah, on the Middlesex report on farms, 225 Adium Joh... ...ng cattle, 132-on butter, &c. 134—on the bee moth, borer and best cultivated farms, 300, 308 formed in Rutland, Vt. 190 ; of Hampshire, Hampden and Fr... ...icers of 277 of Essex, report of a Committee of, on the report management of farms, 2(38, 276 ; of Plymouth, olfer a premium for roads, 307 — of Worce... ...r Per- ry 382. Apple trees, producing double blossoms, notice of 3 one which produced three crops of apples 131. Apricots exhibited by E. Phinney, Esq... ...7. Bee-hive, architecture of 74. Bees, defend a house from pillage 15; great produce from 49 ; on their profitableness 58 ; without stmgs, notice of 6... ... method of increasing the size of fruits, 129 ; a method of making camellias produce seeds, 129; a method of accelerating the maturity of melons 125; ...

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Motor transportation for rural districts

By: Collins, James Homer.

...pment )etermination of rates Page. Collection and delivery arrangements 20 Farm-to-Farm collection _ gl Cross roads collection 21 Central assembling p... ...s 22 Collection of money _ 23 Keeping cost records _ 23 Utilization of the farm truck 25 The return or supplementary load 26 The central terminal 26 B... ...FIELD FOR THE MOTOR TRUCK. The motor truck as a medium for the carriage of farm products is low assuming a permanent place in the general scheme of tr... ...f population by the encroach- ment of the city proper. Gardeners and dairy farmers who, a few years ago, were faced with a short haul to the nearby ma... ...ing on a schedule basis. This classification is about as follows : (i) The farmer who hauls for his neighbor or for the community as well as for himse... ...transportation. These four factors are : ( 1 ) The volume of farm products produced along the contemplated route; (2) the volume of miscellaneous haul... ...ar from the main highway in collecting the load. Most operators who gather produce at the farm door refuse to go far from the regular route over which...

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Cooperative marketing associations : a factor in agricultural advancement : submitted in competition for the Thomas W. Barlow prize in agriculture

By: McBride, Charles Grover

...ural Library, Beltsville, MD : print master stored at remote facility. 650 Farm produce $xMarketing. 650 Agriculture, Cooperative. 830 Thomas W. Barlo... ...Library, Beltsville, MD : print master stored at remote facility. 650 Farm produce $xMarketing. 650 Agriculture, Cooperative. 830 Thomas W. Barlow pri... ...ic conditions ig in advance of hU other conditions. Tlie avora-- Afuerican farmer is proaperouo enough lo feel that he can conduct hie own -3- busine... ...e of citizenship in a free republic. This does not prove that the American farmer canr.ot be helped by cooperation. It merely moans that it is not nee... ... do not fall into complete cooperative organization am rapidly as have the farmers of Eenmark :ind ot;-ier coimtries. OTien conditions are such that c... ...mtries. OTien conditions are such that cooperation is a necessity American farmer^j fcm associations succensfully as we shall show later when we treat... ...rketing a^i ^ociation. In the first place there must be such a quantity of produce as t o nake it necessary to organize. It would not pay a few grower... ... 1 crop which was th; cc^asion of the organization of the Jefforson County Produce licchange of LcLiigville, Ky,^ totaled about two thousoiii cars of ... ...r hicself a reputation on a large iiarket hoc -use he does not have enough produce. The association supplies both of these quali firat Inna an:l the g...

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Versuch eines Lehrbuchs der Landwirthschaft der Ganzen Bekannten Welt in so Fern Ihre Produkten in den Europaischen Handel Kommen : Den Vorlesungen auf der Kurpfalzischen Kameral-Hohenschule zu Lautern Gewidmet

By: Jung Stilling, Johann Heinrich, 1740-1817
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