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Backyard Poultry magazine 2009 Oct/Nov
1 Backyard Poultry magazine 2009 Oct/Nov
October/November 2009 Volume 4 Number 5 magazine used 74 pages 
Contents:
Your Voice: Debate Continues Over Poultry Industry Standards
Helpful Hints: Warm Water Bucket for Waterfowl
A Homemade Waterer Heater
Pet Chickens: Equal Rights for Pet Chickens
Financial Opportunities: Organic? Free-Range?
Health: Combining Poultry with Other Enterprises
Fall Season Herbal Wormer & Alternative
Backyard Poultry Family Album
Alternative Feed: Black Soldier Fly, White Magic
Revisiting "Protein from Thin Air"
Family Flock Counselor: Set a Spell
Breeds: Modern Game Bantams; Pilgrim Geese
Breeds: Turkeys on Range
Comparing Heritage Turkey Varieties
Making History: Opening Day at the National Poultry Museum
Youth: Gertrude McCluck: Chicken in Charge
Showing Poultry: Junior Showmanship: Preparing Your Birds: At the Show
Just For Fun: Michael and the Turkish Heritage Chicks
A Tale of Two Turkey Girls

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Capper's Farmer magazine 1953 December
2 Capper's Farmer magazine 1953 December
Cappers Publications Inc. December 1953 Volume 64 No. 12 magazine used 66 pages 
Contents:
  • Christmas at the doorstep: Deck your tree with jewels of light sprinkled over the boughs from a high perch on a tractor scoop. Then hope for snow to frost your scene
  • How to get - and keep - farm help: Agriculture is vying with industry for men. Maybe we are losing the contest because we have not played up the good points of farm life - real and hidden - over punch-the-clock factory employment
  • Let's start a boar-testing station: What hogman wouldn't be interested in the progeny of a boar that turns his feed into big gains? Nobody wants profit-eaters at his trough; breeders would have a first-rate selling point in a tested boar with a record of high feed efficiancy
  • All aboard for smorgasbord! Every year, at the Christmas season, the Herman Jensons of Freeborn county, Minnesota, open their home for a round of parties in the Swedish tradition. Family, friends, food, and fun - they make the hours of preparation worthwhile.

    Management:
    A look ahead
    When does it pay to irrigate?
    Milk 3 times a day - sleep 8 hours a night
    Livestock
    Crops

    Equipment:
    It's new for farm and home
    Make more room around the table
    Equipment
    Farm shop
    It's handy

    Family Living:
    Holidays are for memory-making
    Just in time for Christmas
    Fun while they learn

    Economics:
    Tax ruling on terracing costs
    Watching the Washington scene
    Take the farm program out of politics?
    Now you're the boss of FCA

    For Women:
    Extra-duty styles
    Homemaking news

    Foods:
    Favorites from the smorgasbord
    Gifts from your kitchen
    Make it early - or make it easy
    Our whole family makes Christmas candy
    Country cooking

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    Capper's Farmer magazine 1954 March
    3 Capper's Farmer magazine 1954 March
    Cappers Publications Inc. March 1954 Volume 65 No. 3 magazine used 122 pages 
    Contents:
    Management:
    Don't swear at your landlord - or your tenant
    Spring work - make it easier
    Something for the boys

    Crops:
    Makes cheap wheat
    More corn with deep fertilization
    You can't afford to grow oats!
    Help your pasture come back
    They doubled yields by rotating crops around livestock
    Inspection plus fumigation stops grain damage
    Canada has 15B resistant wheat
    Test drainage methods
    Wheat consistent in response to fertilizer

    Dairy:
    "Steam up" cows - get more milk
    Easier feeding with a bottl
    He'll water grass to boost his milk income
    Helps cow carry calf
    Cows go to their feed
    Tape can't pick cows

    Poultry:
    Worth $40 an acre as pullet pasture
    Broiler dollars help make little farm big
    Egg plan on stock share lease
    New breed of heavy chickens

    Outlook:
    Foresight
    A look ahead
    Watching the Washington scene
    What will Congress do about the farm program?

    Livestock:
    Testing licked lard problem
    More lean, less lard!
    They make sow testing easy
    Offer mail-order pigs
    Good beef gains from cheap tallow
    More beef or milk in early cut hay
    Walk-in wagon
    Steers drink from silo stave tanks

    Conservation:
    Here's water for thirsty plains

    Equipment and Machinery:
    It's new
    Here's a low-cost feed mill
    This spray rig can go anywhere
    Covered silo is self-feeder
    Farm shop
    It's handy

    Health and Beauty:
    Someone's walking behind you!
    From sulphur and molasses to wonder drugs

    Home and Country Life:
    Have you taken out marriage insurance?
    You'd never know the old place
    They've made 'em foolproof!
    Homemaking news

    Needlework:
    Sew very easy
    Stitches in time
    Trim it pretty

    Foods:
    They baked in a ballroom
    Coffee-time go-togethers
    Big meals, little pot-watching
    Country cooking
    Pork favorites

    Agricultural Science:
    News about research
    Bug killers don't hurt soil bacteria

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    Capper's Farmer magazine 1955 March
    4 Capper's Farmer magazine 1955 March
    Cappers Publications Inc. March 1955 Volume 66 No. 3 magazine used 114 pages 
    Contents:
    Livestock:
    They sell over 1,000 purebred hogs a year - here's why
    Hog men get a lesson from broiler growers
    Cattle spread trefoil
    Good beef gains from sorgo pasture
    Atomic energy helping eradicate screwworm flies
    Fatten lambs on soys?
    Tough times ahead for lardy hogs
    Corn Belt produces 77.6 percent of hogs
    Way to make more meat

    Management:
    A look ahead
    Foresight
    My farm problem in Dad!
    What would you do with this farm?
    How to make a lease for a irrigated farm
    This honey stops traffic

    Machinery and Equipment:
    It's new for home and farm
    Dress up those masonry walls
    Farm shop
    Here come the new tools
    Stretch those rubber miles
    It's handy

    Poultry:
    He crowds hens on floor but not at feeders
    There's money in built-up litter
    Send 'em to noodlepot!
    Water saves chick feed
    Took home disease

    Farm Policy:
    Watching the Washington scene

    Soil Conservation:
    Dust bowl or bread basket?
    Keep those waterways working

    Crops:
    Growers want tighter grades on soybeans
    Nitrogen plus chemicals extra hard on pests
    Vigin soil, phooey!
    10 easy steps to pasture profits
    How corn-growing champions do it!

    Dairy:
    Builds dairy herd and farm together
    Prevents bruised knees
    You can slash milk costs with better forages
    New way to clean milker rubbers
    Silage aids rumen bugs

    Gardening:
    Garden crops respond to foliage fertilizer
    How we grow sweet potatoes
    She lets her husband in on the fun
    How much is a farm garden worth?

    Country Home:
    The third time - it's charming
    Straws in the wind
    Pretty and practical

    Foods:
    Mom's best old-time puddings
    A new crimp in cherry tarts
    Country cooking
    Is fish your dish?

    Clothing:
    Two patterns - nine outfits!
    Your glove life

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    Capper's Farmer magazine 1955 May
    5 Capper's Farmer magazine 1955 May
    Capper Publications Inc. May 1955 Volume 66 No. 5 magazine used 98 pages 
    Contents:
    Crops:
    Test new fields for antibiotic uses
    You CAN lick corn rootworm
    Want to try legumes in corn?
    How much does hail reduce soybean yields?
    More hay if you kill bugs
    New nitrogen source
    Proper timing helps chemicals kill tough weeds
    Top-dressing oats proved profitable
    What do tenants, landlords want?
    Check strips are important
    Antibiotic ups potato yield

    Livestock:
    Don't vaccinate sows in early gestation
    Corn Belt feeders rush to stilbestrol
    Will hogs skid lower in 1956?
    Meat hog needs $2 less feed
    Dieldrin kills sheep ticks
    Fat calves stretch their rance acres
    Will it pay to feed hogs at market?
    Middle West is big beef cow country

    Farm Policy:
    Watching the Washington scene
    Wanted! More "wildcatting" in agricultural research

    Dairy:
    Don't make your cows eat stinky pasture!
    Feed less grain - get more milk!
    Extra can of milk daily
    Dairymen didn't cull enough cows
    Cattle worms nick your pocketbook

    Poultry:
    Cages slash egg costs in North, too
    It will pay to hold your best hens

    Machinery and Equipment:
    Machinery companies gear for competition
    Planks shape silage stacks
    It's new for farm and home
    Guides chopper spout
    Cools milk, warms water
    Speeds clover seeding
    Farm shop
    It's handy

    Farm Management:
    Foresight
    A look ahead
    Your pond: Beauty spot or mud-hole?

    Country Living:
    DAD a farm problem - so is Son!
    Their farm has a built-in view
    I told a lie for This Is Your Life
    You can write, too

    Home Management:
    The big bad four

    Gardening:
    Look what screen plantings can do!

    Home Equipment:
    Make your kitchen the tie that binds
    Homemaking news
    Peg it with tees

    Clothing:
    Breezy and easy

    Foods:
    Country cooking
    Roll up flavor in these jelly rolls
    Baby food grows up

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    Country Gentleman The Magazine for Better Farming 1955 June
    6 Country Gentleman The Magazine for Better Farming 1955 June
    The Curtis Publishing Company June 1955 magazine used 100 pages 
    Articles:
    Protect the Family Farm Now by Representative Coya Knutson
    New Customers for Milk
    Horsepower Rides the Range
    "The Handiest Thing on My Farm"
    Are You Sure Your Crops Aren't Hungry
    New Ways to Dry Your Grain
    Make Sure Your Grain is Safe - USDA Page
    Strip Grazing - Our Newest Profit Maker for Pastures
    Good Year to Keep Your Old Hens
    Root Pruning Steals Your Corn
    Can You Outproduce This All-Grass Farm?
    Will It Pay For You to Dry Grain?
    Corn-Borer Sprays Pay Big Profits

    Fiction:
    Panky Peeples' Razorbacks by Dev Klapp

    Family Features, Building and Maintenance, Homemaking and Equipment, Food, Fashion and Beauty, Gardening

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    Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2013 July/August
    7 Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2013 July/August
    Countryside Publishing July/August 2013 Volume 97 No. 4 magazine used 106 pages 
    Contents:
    Departments:
    Country conversation
    Coming events

    Feature Articles:
    The Lightning Bug
    Grace and Ashes

    The woodlot:
    The Multi-Purpose All American Tree
    Demise of the Hemlock

    Meteorologist or Fortune Teller?
    Preparing for Emergencies
    Using Traps to Protect Your Investments

    The garden:
    It Ain't Just Dirt
    Soil Test Comparisons
    Growing Colored Popcorn

    The homestead kitchen:
    Don't Sweat: Eat Safe This Summer
    Beat the Heat With These Super Cool Foods
    Yes, I Can
    Fenugreek: An Ancient Spice That's Under-utilized
    Freezing Peppers and Other Produce
    Raising Cane: Sorghum Cultivation and Pressing in the Ozarks

    Homestead livestock:
    The Joys of a Donkey

    The cow barn:
    Hairy Udders Sometimes Cause Problems
    Pushing Cattle into the Chute and Tail Twisting Tip

    The poultry yard:
    2 Hours of Freedom!
    Skinning a Chicken
    Pharma to Farmer: My Journey Toward Food Enlightenment
    CAFO Threat Close to Home
    A Rare Breeds Yarn Collection

    Country neighbors:
    Tuned Out: Television Watching is Anti-Social
    Tossing TV Enhances Life
    Our Downsizing Experience
    Post Pounder vs Husband
    Where Do They Come From?
    Returning to the Country. Things I Forgot
    Re-Storying

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    Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2013 May/June
    8 Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2013 May/June
    Countryside Publishing May/June 2013 Volume 97 Number 3 magazine used 114 pages 
    Contents:
    Departments:
    Country conversation
    Coming events

    Alternative energy:
    Living Small on 63 Acres
    12 Years Off-the-Grid

    Feature articles:
    Earthquake! My Experience During Japan's 2011 Disaster
    The New West Collides with Open-Range Laws
    Remote Simplifies Electric Fence Maintenance
    Solar Fence Me In
    Small Wastewater Facility or Septic System?

    The woodlot:
    Who Needs a Forester?

    The garden:
    Some Like it Hot
    From Battlefield to Farmland
    Honeyberries: A Great Addition to Home Or Market Garden
    Weeds in the Asparagus Patch

    The homestead kitchen:
    Food Storage for Beginners with Little Money
    Canning Butter
    Cookbook Contest Winners
    Can Your Squash
    Cooking on an Open Hearth
    When it Comes to Nutrition, Natural is Better

    Homestead health:
    Aromatherapy

    The goat barn:
    An Accidental Goat Roper
    Goats and Grain

    Feeds & feeding:
    Inside Loading Hay Bunk
    Holy Mountain Farm Combats High Feed Prices with Hydroponic Fodder
    How Hard Can it Be? There Is a Trick to Opening Feed Bags

    The apiary:
    Bad Queens & Laying Workers

    Country neighbors:
    Put Down the Phone; Pick Up a Plant
    Tips for Better Living
    Remembering Ellen's Lessons
    Gardening: A Man's View

    After chores:
    Adventures in Forestry

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    Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2013 November/December
    9 Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2013 November/December
    Countryside Publications November/December 2013 Volume 97 Number 6 magazine used 106 pages 
    Contents:
    Countryside Conversations

    Alternative energy:
    Bringing Alternatives to the Homestead
    There's a Hole in the Bucket

    The woodlot:
    Minimal Impact Logging

    Before Craigslist, There Was ... Radio!

    The cow barn:
    Pasture Management on a Small Acreage
    The Benefits of Galloway Cattle
    Training Oxen: Start with Calves Part I
    Ultimate Ez Milking Invention

    The henhouse:
    Built, Boxed, & Ready to Ship

    The rabbit barn:
    Rabbits Make Great Pets

    The machine shed:
    Concrete in Tires? That's Insane!

    The garden:
    Desert Gardening Tips
    Growing Organic in Montana
    The Right Fence for the Job
    Grown "the Ginseng" of Mushrooms on a Log

    The homestead kitchen:
    Mustard: Cherished by Herbalists and Housewives
    Versatile Table Fare, Courtesy of the Duck
    The History of Sauerkraut
    Learning to Survive
    Make Your Own Tomato Soup
    Make Home Made Lip Balm From Beeswax

    Homestead finance:
    Tips for People Who Inherit a Coin Collection

    Book Review: The Family That Homesteading Saved

    Country neighbors:
    History Lost
    Using the Things at Hand
    Close With the Help

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    Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2014 March/April
    10 Countryside & Small Stock Journal 2014 March/April
    Countryside Publications March/April 2014 Volume 98 Number 2 magazine used 106 pages 
    Contents:
    Country Conversations

    Homestead business:
    Starting an online information-based business
    Alternative energy:
    Battery banks: The heart of the system

    The machine shed:
    A big truck for a small property
    Paint your house or barn in three days

    The woodlot:
    Plant trees: They're energizing, sustainable and profitable

    A straight line to community wellness

    The garden:
    WWOOFing across America
    12 of the most overrated garden selections
    More High Desert gardening techniques
    Grow better lettuce

    Food safety:
    While you were celebrating

    The homestead kitchen:
    Purslane: The gourmet delights of an annoying weed
    The traditional way to make Crispy Plums in Taiwan
    Readers recipes: Grape Hull Pie, Syrup, Dog Biscuits, and more
    Thinking outside the carton

    Book review: Butchering guide for the novice

    The hen house:
    A home-made brooder
    Raising backgarden chickens

    The goat barn:
    Meet the Nigora goat

    The sheep shed:
    Lamb health
    Pregnancy tests for ewes

    The cow barn:
    Training oxen, part III: Working a team
    Scottish Highlands in the North

    The horse barn:
    Planning a future horse facility?

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    Floyd Raymer Registered Hereford Complete Dispersion Sale
    11 Floyd Raymer Registered Hereford Complete Dispersion Sale
    1965 Softcover used 
    Sale catalogue for Floyd Rayer Registered Hereford Complete Dispersion Sale. Saturday October 23, 1965, Sparta Missouri. Lists 103 Herefords with their pedigree and information.

    Condition: Very good condition. Light cover wear. 
    Price: 9.97 USD

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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2012 May/June
    12 Hobby Farm Home magazine 2012 May/June
    Bow Tie Inc. May/June 2012 Volume 7 Number 3 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:
  • The Brunch Club. Invite a few friends over for brunch
  • Fruitful Fare recipes
  • Artful Edibles. Edible bouquets and table arrangements for any occasion
  • "I Do" on the Farm. Host your own wedding or make a living from hosting others. These guidelines will help keep things running smoothly.

    Tied up in Seed. Wrap you seeds up in fun giftable packages with homemade seed papers and packets

  • In a Fizz. Unwind with a hot bath filled with aroma and bubbles from handmade fizzes
  • Wine Science.

    Columns
    Lessons Learned
    Country Fare
    Garden Gift
    Garden Home Solutions
    Nature Calls
    Home Clinic
    Projects Homestead
    Hands On
    Nest Box
    Animal Talk

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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 November/December
    13 Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 November/December
    Bow Tie Magazines Inc. November/December 2013 Volume 7 Number 6 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:
    Good to the Last Drop. Stir up your kitchen routine by using leftover veggies to create flavorful homemade broths
    Held in High Esteam. The age-old tradition of preparing steamed breads and puddings deserves a place in your cooking repertoire and at your family table
    Cold Frame of Mind. Constructing a cold frame for growing garden-fresh goodies year-round
    Special Collections. From books to sees, see how one passionate preservationist created a library that feeds more than a community's brains
    Growing Panes. Grow herbs indoors for cooking and crafting through the cool season
    Fowl Weather. Identify winter waterfowl
    Rene-gauge Knitting. Craft wintertime accessories with this renegade knitter's tried-and-true techniques

    Columns:
    Lessons Learned
    Country Fare
    Home Clinic
    Project Homestead
    Garden Grit
    Garden Home Solutions
    Nest Box
    Animal Talk
    Nature Calls
    Hands On

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    Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 September/October
    14 Hobby Farm Home magazine 2013 September/October
    I-5 Publishing September/October 2013 Volume 8 Number 5 magazine used 80 pages 
    Features:
  • You Can Pickle That
  • Playing with Fire. The age-old tradition of hearth cooking and how to apply
  • A Turn for the Better. Small gardens can benefit from a no-till program
  • Back in Black. Black walnuts offer a bounty of options for cooking, crafting and other uses
  • Goat Power. Harness the power of goats to pull carts and other small equipment

    Columns:
    Dinner Bell
    Garden Grit
    Garden Home Solutions
    Nest Box
    Animal Talk
    Hands On
    Project Homestead
    Room for Improvement
    Nature Calls
    Cottage Industry

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    Hobby Farms magazine 2008 July/Aug
    15 Hobby Farms magazine 2008 July/Aug
    Bow Tie Magazines July/August 2008 Volume 8 Number 4 magazine used 120 pages 
    Features:
    Southern Heritage Hogs: Mulefoots, Red Wattles, Guineas, Ossabaw Island, and Choctaws

    Beautiful Berries - basics of growing strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Bugs - primer
    Buying the Farm- myriad of government programs under the Farm Bill that can help fund your land purchase
    Making Adjustments - unconventional chiropractic care for ailing equine, canine, or bovine

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    Hobby Farms magazine 2012 May/June
    16 Hobby Farms magazine 2012 May/June
    Bow Tie Magazines Inc. May/June 2012 Volume 12 Number 3 magazine used 120 pages 
    Features:
    Birds of Another Feather - look beyond the standard poultry line-up with these unique birds
    Welcome to the Fiber Farm - raising and harvesting quality fiber for market
    A Grape Idea - growing versatile Oregon grapes
    Smooth Operator - 12 tips for keeping your tractor running smoothly
    Buyer's Guide: Tractors

    Columns:
    Buying the Farm
    Livestock Q&A
    Farm Garden
    Tools of the Trade - supercharge your engine
    Farm to Table - eggs and herbs

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    Cover wear. Front cover has large tear where address was removed. 
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    Hobby Farms magazine 2012 November/December
    17 Hobby Farms magazine 2012 November/December
    Bow Tie Magazines Inc. November/December 2012 Volume 12 Number 6 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:
    No Small Feat. Have your small-acreage farm and raise livestock, too, with these diminutive breeds that perform
    AT/UTV Buyer's Guide
    Mighty Mulch
    Drive into Dairy. Driving profits by offering drive-through convenience to farm customers

    Columns:
    Buying the Farm
    Livestock Q&A
    How Do I build a Run-in Shelter
    Farm Garden
    Farm to Table - home-preserved gifts
    Tools of the Trade - wood splitters

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    Hobby Farms magazine 2013 January/February
    18 Hobby Farms magazine 2013 January/February
    Bow Tie Magazines Inc. January/February 2013 Volume 13 Number 1 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:

    One Day at a Time - break with milking tradition to save time and money in the long run with a once-a-day milking routine
    Hobby Farms 2013 Buyer's Guide: Farm UTVs
    Sorghum 101
    Taking the High Tunnel
    Make Your Move - transition your farm to an organic operation

    Columns:
    Buying the Farm
    Livestock Q&A
    Farm Garden
    How Do I - build a tiered seed-drying Rack
    Farm to Table
    Tools of the Trade - soil-retention devices

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    Hobby Farms magazine 2013 July/August
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    Bow Tie Magazines Inc. July/August 2013 Volume 13 Number 4 magazine used 96 pages 
    Features:
    Rehabilitating Rover. A failed livestock-guardian dog can unlearn bad habits and replace them with good ones when properly trained and tended
    Exceptionally Marketable. The five herbs that will set your market stand apart from the competition, and get tips for growing, harvesting and selling them
    Pollinator Central. Native bees for increased pollination and better harvests with these techniques for providing suitable habitats
    Hold the Line. Keep deer from infiltrating your garden defenses with these fencing tricks
    Farming the Forest. How planting a few trees can improve pasture and livestock health

    Columns:
    Buying the Farm
    Livestock Q&A
    Farm Garden
    How Do I graft tomatoes
    Tools of the Trade - chain saw Safety
    Well Seasoned

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    John Deere 410 and 420 Loaders Operator's Manual
    20 John Deere 410 and 420 Loaders Operator's Manual
    Deere & Company 1998 softcover used 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches tall 
    Contents:
    Safety
    Prepare the Tractor
    Controls
    Detaching the Loader
    Attaching the Loader
    Transporting
    Operating the Loader
    Attachments
    Lubrication and Maintenance

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean. Binding is tight. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, tears, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 11.00 USD

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