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SODS FOR PASTURES

Destroying Bushes
Permanent Pastures
Renewal Of Permanent Pastures
Seed-mixtures
Seed-mixtures
Suggested Mixtures For Pastures
Yields And Composition Of Grasses

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Destroying Bushes








The absence of sheep is evident in the appearance
of the greater area of permanent pasture in the mountainous regions of
the eastern states. Bushes, briers, and other weeds must be destroyed
if pasture land would be kept in a profitable state, and only the sheep
or the goat is the fully efficient aid of man in caring for such land.
The presence of dogs makes the tariff on wool, or lack of it, a minor
matter. The cost to the country, in indirect effect upon pastures only,
due to unrestrained dogs, is incalculable. The maintenance of good sods
without sheep is a problem without solution in some regions.





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