A Wisoonsin farmer says that timothy bas no place in a permanent pasture. He also says that no permanent pasture shoukl be without white elovor. It is told in a bulletin from the Utah station that sowing lncern, timothy or clover in a young orchard should be discouraged. It is proposed in Kansas to adopt tho plau of subirrigatiou as far as practical. There are about 80 species of honeysuckle, and many of them are desirable for hedge purposes. Kansas prairie hay has made a plaoe for itself in tbo markets on account of ts superior excellence. The cheapest feed this year over a wide section of country is cottonseed meal.