The Book of The Goat.
‘Containing full particulars of the various breeds
of goats and their profitable management’.
Illustrated. 374 pages, c1909.
Everything covered here, from the
various breeds and
their selection to feeding, breeding, housing, care
management, through to fur, meat production
and marketing. 75 pages.
Illustrated, 356 pages.
& Poisonous Mushrooms.
What to eat and what to avoid, with 18 antique
coloured plates illustrating 48 species. 178 pages,
For Profit – Fruit, Vegetables, Flowers.
‘A non-technical manual for their
management and improvement’. 284 pages, illustrated,
Acres Too Much.
‘A truthful elucidation of the attractions of the
country, and a careful
consideration of the question
of profit and loss as involved in amateur farming,
with much valuable
advice and instruction to those
about purchasing large or small places in the rural
Farming For Pleasure & Profit.
180 pages, c1903, illustrated.
Farming For Profit.
‘A practical treatise embracing chapters on all the
profitable fruits, with detailed instructions
for successful commercial culture
on the Kent
System.’ 258-pages, c1911, illustrated.
Farming for Profit & Pleasure.‘'A
manual on the wild
turkeys, grouse, quail or
partridges, wild ducks, and the introduced
and gray partridges; with special reference to their
control of natural enemies and the
best methods of preserving and breeding
also an appendix on powder, leads etc.’ 67 pages,
For Profit. ‘A
guide to the successful cultivation of the market
garden.’ Illustrated, 261-pages, c1867.
Tomatoes For Early Market.
Illustrated, 50-pages, c1910.
& Farm Food Preservation.
Freezing of Vegetables, Fruits, Prepared Foods.
To Grow And Market Fruit.
To Keep Bees For Profit.
377-pages, illustrated, c1920.
To Make The Garden Pay.
Fully illustrated, 325-pages, c1894.
‘Status of the milk goat industry, methods of
production, care and management of
commercial herds and household goats.’ 295 pages,
In The Garden.
‘A vegetable manual prepared with a view to economy
profit.’ 278-pages, illustrated, c1906.
& Artificial Duck Culture..
‘A treatise on the propagation and cultivation
nut-bearing trees.’ 159-pages, illustrated, c1897.
Culture For Profit.
Illustrated, 267 pages, c1915.
For Preserving Fruit, Vegetables & Meat.
151-pages, illustrated, c1908.
‘Described and illustrated in the management of
horses, dogs, cattle, sheep, pigs,
including their treatment in health and disease.’
Illustrated, 1,166 pages, c1868.
Rural Veterinary Secrets.
‘A farmers’ textbook for ready reference and the
successfully applying first aid and home
remedies to ailing farm animals.’ Illustrated,
Sturtevants Notes On Edible Plants.
Ten Acres Enough.
‘A practical experience showing how a very small
farm may be made to
keep a very large family’.
The Earth’s Bounty.
Illustrated, 552-pages, c1909.
‘The making of the rural home and the lay-out of the
farm.’ Illustrated, 373-pages, 1902.
The Golden Stream.
‘A handbook for the man who keeps cows for
Illustrated, 68-pages, c1912.
The Poultry Doctor.
‘'Including the homeopathic
treatment and care
of chickens, turkeys, geese,
ducks and singing birds.’ 89-pages, c1891.
The Profitable Culture of Vegetables.
‘For market gardeners, smallholders and
Water Power For The Farm & Country Home.
Illustrated, 52-pages, c1911.
A Living From The Land.
227-pages, illustrated, c1934. ‘Prepared primarily
family that is inexperienced in
country living and in soil culture.’
How To Know Wild Fruits.
‘A guide to plants when not in flower by means of
leaf. 395-pages, illustrated,