Excerpt from Morton's Handbooks of the Farm, Vol. 6: Equipment
The equipment of the farm, as we propose to discuss it, will thus include first the implements of the farm, and next the number of stock of various kinds to be kept on it. These are the subjects of our first two c... hapters the latter being treated, not theoretically, but by a statement of the actual facts in several enumerated examples. The quantity of farm capital required for all these purposes is the subject of a final chapter. And the various equipments provided by the landlord also form the subject of separate sections of the book.
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