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This biennial report from the Kansas State Board of Agriculture includes information on general Kansas agriculture, potato production, dairying, railroads, live stock, sugar beets, and homemaking. It also covers Kansas at the World's Fair, road building, and the proceedings of the State Board of Agriculture. County statistics include population, acreages, productions, live stock, and assessed valuation of property. State statistics and crop and livestock statistics are also included.

Date: 1905


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Transactions of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture, 1903-1904 - Front Cover

Item Number: 225009
Call Number: SP 630.6 K13
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 225009

Agriculture - Agricultural methods and practices
Agriculture - Crops - Vegetables - Beets
Agriculture - Crops - Vegetables - Potatoes
Agriculture - Livestock
Agriculture - Livestock - Cattle - Dairy
Agriculture - Livestock - Cattle - Dairy - Milking
Business and Industry - Agricultural Industries - Dairying
Business and Industry - Agricultural Industries - Machinery and implements
Business and Industry - Agricultural Industries - Meat
Business and Industry - Agricultural Industries - Milling
Collections - Library
Date - 1900s - 1905
Government and Politics - State Government - State agencies and programs - Agencies - Agriculture, Department of
Home and Family - Daily life - Farm chores
Home and Family - Daily life - Food and Cooking
Home and Family - Daily life - Housework
Objects and Artifacts - Communication Artifacts - Documentary Artifact - Book
Objects and Artifacts - Communication Artifacts - Documentary Artifact - Bulletin
Objects and Artifacts - Communication Artifacts - Documentary Artifact - Report
Places - Counties - Allen
Places - Counties - Anderson
Places - Counties - Atchison
Places - Counties - Barber
Places - Counties - Barton
Places - Counties - Bourbon
Places - Counties - Brown
Places - Counties - Butler
Places - Counties - Chase
Places - Counties - Chautauqua
Places - Counties - Cherokee
Places - Counties - Cheyenne
Places - Counties - Clark
Places - Counties - Clay
Places - Counties - Cloud
Places - Counties - Coffey
Places - Counties - Comanche
Places - Counties - Cowley
Places - Counties - Crawford
Places - Counties - Decatur
Places - Counties - Dickinson
Places - Counties - Doniphan
Places - Counties - Douglas
Places - Counties - Edwards
Places - Counties - Elk
Places - Counties - Ellis
Places - Counties - Ellsworth
Places - Counties - Finney
Places - Counties - Ford
Places - Counties - Franklin
Places - Counties - Geary
Places - Counties - Gove
Places - Counties - Graham
Places - Counties - Grant
Places - Counties - Gray
Places - Counties - Greeley
Places - Counties - Greenwood
Places - Counties - Hamilton
Places - Counties - Harper
Places - Counties - Harvey
Places - Counties - Haskell
Places - Counties - Hodgeman
Places - Counties - Jackson
Places - Counties - Jefferson
Places - Counties - Jewell
Places - Counties - Johnson
Places - Counties - Kearny
Places - Counties - Kingman
Places - Counties - Kiowa
Places - Counties - Labette
Places - Counties - Lane
Places - Counties - Leavenworth
Places - Counties - Lincoln
Places - Counties - Linn
Places - Counties - Logan
Places - Counties - Lyon
Places - Counties - Marion
Places - Counties - Marshall
Places - Counties - McPherson
Places - Counties - Meade
Places - Counties - Miami
Places - Counties - Mitchell
Places - Counties - Montgomery
Places - Counties - Morris
Places - Counties - Morton
Places - Counties - Nemaha
Places - Counties - Neosho
Places - Counties - Ness
Places - Counties - Norton
Places - Counties - Osage
Places - Counties - Osborne
Places - Counties - Ottawa
Places - Counties - Pawnee
Places - Counties - Phillips
Places - Counties - Pottawatomie
Places - Counties - Pratt
Places - Counties - Rawlins
Places - Counties - Reno
Places - Counties - Republic
Places - Counties - Rice
Places - Counties - Riley
Places - Counties - Rooks
Places - Counties - Rush
Places - Counties - Russell
Places - Counties - Saline
Places - Counties - Scott
Places - Counties - Sedgwick
Places - Counties - Seward
Places - Counties - Shawnee
Places - Counties - Sheridan
Places - Counties - Sherman
Places - Counties - Smith
Places - Counties - Stafford
Places - Counties - Stanton
Places - Counties - Stevens
Places - Counties - Sumner
Places - Counties - Thomas
Places - Counties - Trego
Places - Counties - Wabaunsee
Places - Counties - Wallace
Places - Counties - Washington
Places - Counties - Wichita
Places - Counties - Wilson
Places - Counties - Woodson
Places - Counties - Wyandotte
Type of Material - Printed materials - Books
Type of Material - Printed materials - Government publications - Reports

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