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REMEDIES.

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A WRINKLE IN PIG RAISING.

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driven in several times each day to give all the pigs a chance to nurse, as not all will follow at first or if the wind blows cold." I think we have a lesson here in taking pains with the details of management, especially for those in this country who make a speciality of the production of small pork. By securing good and abundant sucklers the piglings are pushed forward and are soon ready for market, The trouble of driving the sows out and in again several times a day most be considerable, and it is suggested that each sow might have its own separate plot of ground adjoining the pen. In this country I feel assured that we should do well to regard the pig far more as a grazing animal than we have done hitherto, both on the ground of economy of food and considerations of health.

Llanfair Joins Newtown.

♦ PRESERVATION OF POULTRY…

WOMEN WITH NERVES.

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HELPS IN DUCK-RAISING.

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MOTTLED OR STREAKY BUTTER.

"The Only Champion."

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THE GOVERNMENT AND HORSE BREEDING.

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The Question of Health.

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THE GOVERNMENT AND HORSE BREEDING.