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POULTRY AND GRASS. I

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PIGS AND POTATOES. I Whenever potatoes are very cheap, farmers are apt to try to get something out of them by feeding them to stock. Every year there is a certain proportion of potatoes too small or too scabby to be marketable, and some of these are likely to be given to the fattening pigs with the idea that their starch can be converted into fat. But only twenty per cent. of potato is -starch, the other 80 being nothing but water. Even when cooked the potato absorbs as much water as it loses, and is much too bulky in the small stomach of a pig to serve as its principal food. c:r

PIGS AND POTATOES. I

PLANTS GROW BETTER.

DUST MULCH BEST.I

RIPENING CREAM. I

i BOOKS AND MAGAZINES. I

NEWS IN BRIEF, I I1J

ILLUSTRATED FUN. I

ROYAL LOVE ROMANCES.

i CONSUL'S TRAGIC DEATH. -0

I "I CAME OFF -CONQUEROR."…

I FRIED FISH CAUSES DEATH.

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I INTOXICATED HENS.I

USES OF SHOWS.I

.HOUSING DUCKS AND GEESE.I

TAKE CARE OF THE COLT. I

CLIFTON BRIDGE TRAGEDY.

-NAVAL MTSHAP.