■ At a Farmers' Club in Illinois, reported in the Farmers' Advocate, inquiry was made for experience in feeding barloy to hogs. One member had fed it, bilt without comparison with corn, as to value. ' It made the best sweet meat, and tree from tho oiliness so comrnon to corn fed pork." Another thought barley doublé the value of corn for fattening purposes. The inquirer said liis attention was called to it by the great success oí an eastcrn farmer in fattening pigs on ground barley and milk, getting threo hundred pounds dressod weight, atnino nionths old.