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PLOUGHING.

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PLOUGHING. Instead of having finished ploughing stubble, as my mend Mr. James Price sug- gests, farmers in this neighbourhood have hardly commenced. But then, perhaps, we are altogether behind the times. We should be glad to know what farmers in other parts of Pembrokeshire are doing. Is it. not possible to get farmers from differ- ent parts of the county to send occasional notes' Mr. Price says that the plough he would like has yet to be made! As he is a mechanic why does he not make one" For my part, i think the diggerj with skim- mer on, does splendid work. Before we had the digger we had a great deal of work with couch; now the couch is all smoth- ered under the furrow and tucked in nicely with the skimmer. \Y. J. OWEN.

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