The very warm eumraer just past Las, no doubt, tauglit thoso farmers who have heretofore thought differently, llie benefit to cattlc of a few shade trees in thcir pastures. This. shade troa (u stioo in pastures lias been very ably disous8ed in ncarly all of our ngricultuial papers ; but the humane farmers ave all in the affirmative, and wo beliove that tha fact in regard to profit - to say nothing of the comfort of animnls exposed to the scorching raya of the Run in summer - will be fonnd on the samo side. Tiiogo farmers ivho have made the too conimoo mistako of cutting down every tree when the land is cleared should now endoavor to repsir tbe Iops by planting out a few treus this f all. Trees from tho woods or open fieids will answer the purposo ii carel'ully taken up - those of sniall size being preferible to larae ones. Stakes fbould be placed by lbo sido of eacb. tre?, to prevent blowing over, or the cattlc injuring thora in the flrst few doys after their removal. The artist who desires to give a pieturo of country life as it should be would never think of sclectiog a, nnked fiuld in August, with a !i. rd of cattlo broiling uuder a noon-day sun.