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  • Some of the districts, such as Greeley, in which liquor is prohibited, are without crime, and in several of the stock-raising and agricultural regions through which I have traveled where it is practically excluded the doors are never locked, and the miners leave their silver bricks in their wagons unprotected at night.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Theodore Roosevelt had seen the end in 1888, when he wrote: In its present form stock-raising on the plains is doomed, and can hardly outlast the century.

    THE AMERICAN WEST

  • These included irrigation dams, plant nurseries and stock-raising infrastructure.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Among those who profited most from his work were some of his greatest despisers, the white farmers of the South, to whom he taught new methods of farming and stock-raising.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • It is not exactly the same in every province; there are regions with a greater stock-raising tradition and higher milk production, and in some cases consumption was historically higher in some regions than in others.

    TEXT OF CASTRO HAVANA UNIVERSITY SPEECH

  • And so the peasants who, for example, devote themselves to stock-raising from Las Villas to

    CASTRO SPEECH TO THIRD ANAP CONGRESS

  • But Webster loved to know and to put his hand to every detail of farming and stock-raising.

    The Old Coast Road From Boston to Plymouth

  • It is not only the increased demand for fruit that causes these inquiries, but fruit-growing has a strong attraction for many would-be agriculturists as compared with general farming, dairying, or stock-raising, and this attraction is probably due to a certain fascination it possesses that only those who have been intimately acquainted with the industry for years can fully appreciate.

    Fruits of Queensland

  • Book i. treats of agriculture; ii. of stock-raising; iii. of poultry, game, and fish.

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • Let us help the Negro by every means possible to acquire such an education in farming, dairying, stock-raising, horticulture, etc., as will place him near the top in these industries, and the race problem will in a large part be settled, or at least stripped of many of its most perplexing elements.

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 1995, Memorial Issue

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