NOTES ON DRIED GRASS

  • R.B. Tennent

Abstract

FROM reports it appears that the dream of agriculturalists is on the eve of realization, and that we are about to enter a new era of agricultural advancement. For long man has realized the fundamental importance of good pasture, and in devious ways has endcavoured to conserve surplus herbage so as to provide. a sufficiency of fodder for his cattle and sheep during lean periods, thereby evolving the technique of haying and silage-making as we know it to-day.
Published
1936-01-01