4 edition of Time like a furrow found in the catalog.
Time like a furrow
1981 by Iowa State Historical Dept., Division of the States Historical Society in Iowa City .
Written in English
|Statement||by James Hearst.|
|LC Classifications||PS3515.E146 Z475 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||289 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||289|
|ISBN 10||0890330050, 0890330042|
|LC Control Number||81013736|
Martha Mintz covers Northern Great Plains agriculture for the Furrow from her home in Billings, Mont. Growing up on a multi-generational Montana cattle ranch, she has a passion for agriculture and rural life. In after 5 years in agricultural public relations, Martha made the move to freelance communications. Her writing and photography has since been featured in a diverse array of ag. a furrow, a line (a vignette in time) theproseofnight. and a permanent residence and summer cabin each filled with libraries of books and Clarke’s drawings and yongons laughter. the weight of Clarke’s love—solid and warm—makes Lexa feel like eighteen summers again. At the start of a journey. It turns the furrow slice slowly almost without breaking it, and is normally used for shallow ploughing (maximum mm ( in) depth). It is useful for grassland ploughing and sets up the land for weathering by winter frosts, which reduces the time taken to prepare a seedbed for spring sown crops. The Furrow Family Tree. It is important to remember that there is no single Furrow family tree, as last names were assigned to people for various reasons. We are often asked, What records are best for finding my female Furrow ancestor's maiden name? and you might be surprised at the answer. Best Tree Collections for Discovering Furrow Ancestors.
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Farmers could thus perform the three operations of plowing, harrowing, and planting all at the same time and cover 50 acres or more in a : Mary Bellis.
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“To the End of the Land,” one of the. Herbert Dicksee’s painting “The Last Furrow,” graphically shows the arduous nature of hand plowing with horses.
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Distortion, due to ploughing up boulder stones or tree roots is bound to be a problem, sometimes damage is clearly visible and a quick eye over the plough will show it is bent.
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