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THE AMERICAN HARVEST

From figures givea In the reports of the Department of Agriculture, the "Cincinnati Prices Current * estimates the cereal crop of the United States as follows :— Wheat, 405.000,000 bushels ; ma'zo, 1,060,000,000 bushels ; oata, 700000 000 bushels ; barloy, 69,000.000 bu»hel« ; rye, 25,000,000 buabele; buckwheat, 14,000,000 bushels. The total, 3 153 OCO.OOO buahela, is the largest evar roalUed. The wheat crop is a short one, but the produce of maize Is the largest over recorded, aod it li the same m tho oase of oats, while the ' quantity of barley hao only bean Iwo or three times ezoaeded, and that by a small qaantity,

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THE AMERICAN HARVEST, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889

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THE AMERICAN HARVEST Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889

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