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JAMES ANDERSON, LLD.
FRS. and FSA. E.
Society, Manchester; of the Agricultural Society, Akringham; of the Philosopbical So-
AGRICULTURE, NATURAL-HISTORY, ARTS, & MISCELLANEOUS LITERATURE.
N° 1. VOL. III.
Hints respecting the circumstances that require to be
chiefly adverted to in experimental agriculture, particularly with a view to a proposal for instituting a national experimental farm.
(Continued from Vd. II. page 329.]
ON THE VARIETIES OF THE BOS TRIBE OF
ANIMALS, COMMONLY CALLED CATTLE.
The varieties of this species are, perhaps, more numerous than
any of the domestic animals that have been hitherto reared for profit by the farmer; and are also distinguished from each other by more striking peculiarities: but, as may naturally be expected from the difficulty in transporting such a large sized animal Vol. III,