An English Farmer In Canada And A Visit To The States Being Notes And Observations By A Practical Farmer And Commercial Man On Canada As A Field For British Capital And Labour Classic Reprint

Author: Herbert Grange
ISBN: 9781330898437
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List Of The Agricultural Periodicals Of The United States And Canada Published During The Century July 1810 To July 1910

Author: Stephen Conrad Stuntz
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The Canada farmer. Toronto. s-m. v. 1. May? 1847-Mar. 1848; united with the
British American cultivator to form The Agriculturist and Canadian journal. The
Canada farmer. Toronto. bi-w. (1864-68), m. (1869). v. 1-5, n. ser. 1-4. Jan. 15,
1864-1872//? Succeeded the Canadian agriculturist. DA 1-n. ser. v. 1. Canada
farmer's sun. London, Out. (1891-1894), Toronto (1895). w. v. 1-4? 1891-1895.
Canada lumberman. See Canada lumberman and woodworker. Canada
lumberman and ...

Institutions And Influence Groups In Canadian Farm And Food Policy

Author: James D. Forbes
Publisher: Institute of Public Administration of Canada
ISBN: 9780919696648
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Farmer interest groups in Canada have been effective in lobbying for government
policy to help solve the problems of atomistic competition at the farm level, poorly
operating markets, rapid technological development and structural change and
widely fluctuating prices and incomes. Agriculture Canada reports that there are
over 10,000 local, regional and national farm organizations and counts 449
national and regional farm industry associations (Table 3-1). The adage that
there is ...

The Contribution Of Iica Canada To The Development Of Agriculture And Rural Communities Of The Americas

Publisher: Bib. Orton IICA / CATIE
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The Manitoba Pulse Growers Association is a provincial organization
representing pulse producers that works to improve its members' profitability from
pulses through broadened access to pulse markets, giving more leadership and
focus to research and development, and representing Manitoba pulse producers
in areas of government and industry policy affecting returns to pulse growers. 5.4.
4. Two Farmer-to-Farmer Exchanges on Canada-Mexico collaboration on
improvements in ...

The New York Farmer And Horticultural Repository

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Of its progress.-It seems to be the prevalent opinion among the farmers in this
part of the country, that the Canada thistle will not produce seed in our climate.
Indeed I have never seen any myself. Be that as it may, there are various ways by
which the thistle seeds may be transportedror conveyed from sections where they
come to maturity, to any part of our country. To say nothing of birds of passage,
they may be disseminated, 1. By sheep, the burs adhering to their wool. 2. By
droves of ...

Group Politics And Social Movements In Canada

Author: Miriam Smith
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442606959
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Such shifts in the political economy of Canadian agriculture have significantly
affected the pattern of farm group politics. If the sector was once organizationally
united in pursuit of radical policy change, today it is a sector fragmented by
groups divided in their values, goals, and strategies in the political arena. At odds
with one another over fundamental policy issues, Canadian farm groups today
are as likely to be a force for conservative politics—preserving past policies and
upholding ...

The Farmer S Magazine

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is a Polled Angus Bull, the property of Mr. Watson, of Keillor, in Scotland,
exhibited at the Meeting of the Highland Society, held at Perth, on the 7th October
, 1836, and ... by the appearance of an insect, the Hessian Fly, which appeared in
Long Island, in 1796, and spread through a large extent of country, and this year
threatened to destroy the crops, and did serious injury, which is felt principally in