File contains 40 photographs taken by Gene Fortney, Vince Zelazny, Dave Patriquin, David Gautier, and M. Willison (and collected by Bill Freedman), in Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, in 1999. Photographs show agricultural scenes, such as hayfields near Calgary, strip cropping in Saskatchewan, soybean growing in Nova Scotia, and grape growing in southern Ontario.
Citation: Anon._ Part I: Why Nova Scotia Farmers Should Produce More Home Grown Feeds. Part II: Field Crop Competitions to Encourage the Home Production of grain Seeds and Certain Cash Crops. Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Halifax:.
Citation: Newton, D.E. 1934. The Relation of Flora to Soil Types in the Counties of Chateauguay, Huntingdon and Argenteuil in Quebec. Pasture Studies V. Technical Bulletin No. 14. MacDonald College, McGill University, Quebec.
Citation: Nowosad, F.S., Swales, D.E. and Dore, W.G. 1936. The Identification of Certain Native and Naturalized Hay and Pasture Grasses by Their Vegetative Characters. Pasture Studies IX. Technical Bulletin No. 16. MacDonald College, McGill University, Quebec.
Citation: Anon. 1979. An Outline of Legal Requirements for Selling Fresh Fruits & Vegetables in Nova Scotia. Marketing and Economics Branch, Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing, Kentville, N.S.
Citation: Fellows, I.F. and Byers, D.M. 1970. Economic Effects of a Com Silage Program on Connecticut Dairy Fanns. Bulletin 412. Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, The University of Connecticut, Storrs .
This file contains the Weekly Weather Summary for Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and copies of other newsletters and government documents. This file also contains serials Nova Scotia 4-H Club News and Nova Scotia Farm News.