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Excerpt from The Farmer's Magazine, and Monthly Journal of the Agricultural Interest, Vol. 28: Dedicated to the Farmers of the United Kingdom; September, 1865

From the thinness of the crops it has been found that thousands of acres are not worth the cost of mowing. In this neigh bourhood turnips and the artificial grasses have been sown, have vegetated, and been swept away by the ¿y again sown, and again swept away and the wurtzel is a. Very inferior plant. These are the raw materials of the rich juicy ¿esh ex plained by Engineer, in a letter on Watery Obesity, to the Mar/.3 Lane Express, January 16th of this year, and which that gentleman says costs the farmer comparatively little; and further, he adds that the epicurean appetite of the public 13 annually becoming more squeamish about the quantity and quality of fat as compared with what it was at the commence ment of the present century. Surely Engineer and his epicurean friends must lately have had no other meat than fat Leicester mutton. We, in the land of the Southdowns and half breds, have not had reason to make a similar complaint; but I am very forcibly reminded that there is such a combination of circumstances as will greatly in¿uence the production of any kind of fat as human food, and all the squeamish public will have to find fault with will be the extravagantly high price of all kinds of meat. Saccharized grain is not superior to the raw grain from which it is produced. This is the sum and sub stance of the asserted result of the experiments carried on by the direction of the Board of Trade, and mainly conducted by Mr. Lawes, which have produced so mischievous an impression upon the minds of many agriculturists and the general public, and have been peculiarly favourable to the cause of those who oppose the repeal of the duty on malt - experiments which have given semblance of truth to Mr. Gladstone's declaration that feeding cattle on malt is a fallacy, and afforded some sort of justification to the determined opposition of Mr. Thompson, and others, to Sir Fitzroy Kelly's motion.

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