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The Farming Joke Book: A Collection of Agricultural Jokes, Amusing Stories and Anecdotes
What do you call a bull that keeps dropping off to sleep? A bulldozer. What is a horse's favourite sport? Stable tennis. Why do potatoes make good detectives? They have their eyes peeled. The Farming Joke Book brings together around 500 jokes, amusing... (more)
Farming For Beginners: The Backyard Animal Farm Guide To Farming Sheep, Raising Chickens, Turkeys, Pigs, Milking Cows, Goats, Honey Bees, Cattle Farming, and More!: Volume 1
Farming Stories from the Scottish Borders: Hard Lives for Poor Reward
Farming Industry (Images of the Past)
Working with prestigious archives of contemporary photographs, the authors chart the history of Britain's farming heritage with 120 rarely seen photographs. Nearly eleven thousand years ago humans moved away from hunting and gathering and began to... (more)
Sheep Record Keeping Book: Farm Cattle Flock Lambing | Journal Handbook Planning Spreadsheet | Farming Essentials | Breeding, Lambing, Health & Death Tracker | 8” x 10”: Volume 2
Farming in the 1920s and 30s (Shire Library)
Farming Transformed in Anglo-Saxon England: Agriculture in the Long Eighth Century
The Farming Ladder
This early work by G. Henderson is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It details the experiences of a farmer and his thoughts on the best methods of agricultural production. He includes chapters on poultry, cattle, corn and much... (more)
Bittersweet Brexit: The Future of Food, Farming, Land and Labour
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