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Farming Well

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Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
July
Year
1860
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

-One great difficulty in the way of good farming is too uiuoh land. Farmers are so hurned in the getting in, and the harvesting of their crops, that they have really uo time to devote to the improvement of the soil. Let any one visit the ten acre farms in the neighborhood of Cincinnati, and the truth Boon bccomes apparent that more profit can bo made from ten acres, properly tilled and rnanured, than can be rcalizcd from one hundrcd acres run over in the usual negligent inanner. The occupants of these "ten r.cre farnif, are growiug richer every year, while many who ocoupy large farms, barely ''hold their own."