Farmers' Bulletin (43 vols. 1889-1921)

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Regular price $600.00 Sale

A tremendous source of historic information on all manner of agricultural topics, offering contemporary readers a look into 19th century farming practices and procedures. Articles on butter making, common birds and their relation to agriculture, forestry for farmers, experimental station work, curing tobacco, disinfecting stables, controling diseases of cabbage, raising hares and rabbits, making sugar beet syrup, pineapple growing in Florida, a week's food for the average family, much much more.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Government Printing Office
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1889-1921
  • Place Published: Washington
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: Very good
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    43 volumes from June 1889 - December 1921. 23 cm half-leather bindings with gilt lettering (including name of former owners Robert S. Maloney and Henry M. Baker) on spines. Includes numerous illustrations, diagrams, maps and photographs throughout the 43 volumes. Marbled edges match endpapers. Minor scuffing, rubbing to edges, corners bumped. Front board detached on vol. 4. Large tear in vol. 3 first section. Pages clean. Missing bulletins 117-126, 201-226, 249-251, 351, 376, 399-400, 426-475, 575-600, 751-755; 801-825; 976-1025.

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