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  • Empowering women for food and income security : the case of pigeon pea in Malawi / by Nathalie Me-Nsope and Michelle Larkins, Michigan State University.

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    • East Lansing : Gender, Development, and Globalization Program, Center for Gender in Global Context, Michigan State University, 2016.
    • 2016
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  • El gandul como fuente de proteina vegetal de fácil obtención; contribución.

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    • La Habana, República de Cuba, Ministerio de agricultura, Dirección de ganadería, Negociado de zootecnia y propaganda, 1946.
    • 1946
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  • Potential for pigeonpea in Thailand, Indonesia, and Burma / E.S. Wallis, R.F. Woolcock, and D.E. Byth.

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    • Bogor, Indonesia : Regional Co-ordination Centre for Research and Development of Coarse Grains, Pulses, Roots and Tuber Crops in the Humid Tropics of Asia and the Pacific, 1988.
    • 1988
    • 1 item
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    Text HD9235.P533 T58 1988Off-site
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  • The Indian handbook on ducks, geese, turkeys, guinea-fowls, pigeons, pea-fowls and rabbits. A simple and practical book on their care and treatment, their various breeds, and the means of rendering them profitable. By Isa Tweed ...

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    • Calcutta, Thacker, Spink & Co., 1921.
    • 1921
    • 1 item
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    Text VPT (Tweed, I. Indian handbook)Offsite
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  • The Complete bird-fancier; containing, a compendious treatise on pigeons, pheasants, pea-fowl, guinea-fowl. [electronic resource] : Together with the very rest instructions for catching, breeding, and rearing all sorts of song-birds. With an account of all their distempers, and the best methods of curring them. Also the surest means of distinguishing the cock from the hen, and of leaning them to sing to the greatest perfection. From various authors.

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    • Dublin : Printed and sold by T.M. Bates, No. 89, Coombe, nearly opposite Meath-street, 1794.
    • 1794
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  • The practical farmer [electronic resource] : or, the Hertfordshire husbandman: containing many new improvements in husbandry. I. Of Meliorating the different Soils, and all other Branches of Business relating to a Farm. II. Of the Nature of the several Sorts of Wheat, and the Soil proper for each. III. Of the great Improvement of Barley, by Brineing the Seed, after an entire new Method, and without Expence. IV. Of increasing Crops of Peas and Beans by House-Houghing. V. Of Trefoil, Clover, Lucerne, and other Foreign Grasses. VI. A new Method to Improve Land at a small Expence, with Burnt Clay. Vii. Of the Management of Cows, Sheep, Suckling of Calves, Lambs, &c. with Means to prevent, and Remedies to cure Rottenness in Sheep. Viii. How to keep Pigeons and Tame Rabbits to Advantage. IX. A new Method of Planting and Improving Fruit-Trees in Ploughed-Fields. By William Ellis, Of Little Gaddesden in Hertfordshire. Part I.

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    • London : printed for T. Astley , at the Rose ; and S. Austen at the Angel and Bible, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCXLII. [1742]
    • 1742
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  • The complete grazier: or, Gentleman and farmer's directory. [electronic resource] : Containing the best instructions for buying, breeding and feeding cattle, sheep and hogs, and for suckling lambs. A description of the particular symptoms, commonly attending the various distempers to which cattle, sheep, and hogs are subject; with the most approved remedies. Directions for making the best butter, several sorts of cheese, and renner. Different methods of stocking a grass farm, with the particular expence and profit of each. How to prepare the land, and sow several sorts of grass seeds to advantage. Directions for raising proper fodder for cattle and sheep. Particular instructions for ordering, breeding and feeding poultry, turkeys, pigeons, tame rabbets geese, ducks, bustards, pea-sowls, pheasants and partridges. Also directions for making fish ponds or canals, and for storing them, and ordering the fish in the best manner. With several other useful and curious particulars. Written by a country gentleman, and originally designed for private use.

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    • London : Printed for J. Almon, opposite, Burlington-House, in Piccadilly, MDCCLXVII. [1767]
    • 1767
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  • The practical farmer: or, The Hertfordshire husbandman [electronic resource] : Containing many new improvements in husbandry. I. Of meliorating the different soils, and all other branches of business relating to a farm. II. Of the nature of the several sorts of wheat, and the soil proper for each. III. Of the great improvement of barley, by brineing the seed, after an entire new method, and without expence. IV. Of increasing crops of peas and beans by horse-houghing. V. Of trefoil, clover, lucerne, and other foreign grasses. VI. A new method to improve land at a small expence, with burnt clay. VII. Of the management of cows, sheep, suckling of calves, lambs, &c. with means to prevent, and remedies to cure rottenness in sheep. VIII. How to keep pigeons and tame rabbits to advantage. IX. A new method of planting and improving fruit trees in ploughed fields. X. Of the various manures and dungs proper for every soil. XI. Of the usefulness, culture, method of raising, drying and the virtues of hops. XII. Of foreign wheats. XIII. A comparison of different methods of farming in several countries. By William Ellis, of Little Gaddesden, in Hertfordshire. In two parts.

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    • London : Printed for T. Astley; and sold by R. Baldwin, at the Rose, in Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.LIX. [1759]
    • 1759
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  • The complete grazier [electronic resource] : or, gentleman and farmer's directory. Containing the best instructions for buying, breeding, and feeding cattle, sheep and hogs, and for suckling lambs. A Description of the particular Symptoms, commonly attending the various Distempers to which Cattle, Sheep, and Hogs are subject; with the most approved Remedies. Directions for making the best Butter, several Sorts of Cheese, and Rennet. Different Methods of stocking a Grass Farm, with the particular Expence and Profit of each. How to prepare the Land, and sow several Sorts of Grass Seeds to Advantage. Directions for raising proper Fodder for Cattle and Sheep. Particular Instructions for ordering, breeding, and feeding, Poultry, Turkeys, Pigeons, Tame Rabbits, Geese, Ducks, Bustards, Pea-Fowls, Pheasants and Partridges. Also Directions for making Fish Ponds or Canals, and for storing them, and ordering the Fish in the best Manner. With several other useful and curious Particulars. Written by a country gentleman, and originally designed for private use.

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    • London : printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly, MDCCLXXVI. [1776]
    • 1776
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  • The complete grazier [electronic resource] : or, gentleman and farmer's directory. Containing the best instructions for buying, breeding and feeding cattle, sheep and hogs, and for suckling lambs. A Description of the particular Symptoms, commonly attending the various Distempers to which Cattle, Sheep, and Hogs are subject; with the most approved Remedies. Directions for making the best Butter, several Sorts of Cheese, and Rennet. Different Methods of stocking a Grass Farm, with the particular Expence and Profit of each. How to prepare the Land, and sow several Sorts of Grass Seeds to advantage. Directions for raising proper Fodder for Cattle and Sheep. Particular Instructions for ordering, breeding and feeding Poultry, Turkeys, Pigeons, Tame Rabbets Geese, Ducks, Bustards, Pea-Fowls, Pheasants and Partridges. Also Directions for making Fish Ponds or Canals, and for storing them, and ordering the Fish in the best Manner. With several other useful and curious Particulars. Written by a country gentleman, and originally designed for private use.

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    • London : printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly, MDCCLXVII. [1767]
    • 1767
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  • The complete grazier [electronic resource] : or, gentleman and farmer's directory. Containing the best instructions for buying, breeding, and feeding cattle, sheep and hogs, and for suckling lambs. A Description of the particular Symptoms, commonly attending the various Distempers to which Cattle, Sheep, and Hogs are subject; with the most approved Remedies. Directions for making the best Butter, several Sorts of Cheese, and Rennet. Different Methods of stocking a Grass Farm, with the particular Expence and Profit of each. How to prepare the Land, and sow several Sorts of Grass Seeds to Advantage. Directions for raising proper Fodder for Cattle and Sheep. Particular Instructions for ordering, breeding, and seeding, Poultry, Turkeys, Pigeons, Tame Rabbits, Geese, Ducks, Bustards, Pea-Sowls, Pheasants and Partridges. Also Directions for making Fish Ponds or Canals, and for storing them, and ordering the Fish in the best Manner. With several other useful and curious Particulars. Written by a country gentleman, and originally designed for private use.

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    • London : printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly, MDCCLXXV. [1775]
    • 1775
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  • My modern Caribbean kitchen : 70 fresh takes on island favorites / Julius "The Chef" Jackson.

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    • Salem, MA : Page Street Publishing Co., 2018.
    • 2018
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    Text Sc E 18-883Schomburg Center - Research & Reference

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  • Africa in the global economy / Richard E. Mshomba.

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    • Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000.
    • 2000
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    Text HF3874 .M78 2000Off-site
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  • Family reunion / Grace C. Ocasio.

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    • Frankfort, KY : Broadstone Books, [2020]
    • 2020-2020
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    Text Sc D 22-1466Schomburg Center - Research & Reference

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  • The farmer [electronic resource] : Comprehending the several most interesting objects and beneficial practices in the culture of wheat, rye, Barley, Oats, Buckwheat, Peas, Beans, Tares, Rape, Hemp, Flax, Weld, Turnips, Carrots, Potatoes, Cabbages, Clover, Lucerne, Saintfoin, &c. &c. &c. With the Application and Value of their Products, &c. Together with the Cultivation of Hops, Vines, Forest Trees, Fruit Trees, Kitchen and Flower Garden Productions. Likewise, directions in the breeding and improvement of horses, oxen, Cows, Calves, Sheep, Lambs, and Hogs; With Remarks for Purchasing, Feeding and Disposing of them to greatest Advantage; and the Methods of Preventing and Removing their most fatal Disorders. Also, rules for the treatment and rearing of poultry, viz. Pheasants, Turkeys, Geese, Fowl, Tame Rabbits, Pigeons, &c. And the ordering of bees, and their Labors. To which is prefixed, an introductory essay, calculated to give a clear and perspicuous view of the theory of agriculture, and its Progress from earliest Antiquity to the present Time. By Josiah Ringsted, Esq; Author of the Cattle Keeper's Assistant, or Complete Directory for Country Gentlemen, Sportsmen, Farmers, Graziers, Farriers, Game and Cow Keepers, Horse Dealers, Carriers, &c. and a Diary, containing Tables for the easier Arrangement of the Accounts, of the Business of Gardening, Cattle Keeping, Game Keeping, &c. &c.

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    • London : printed for J. Dixwell, No. 148, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross , [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • The complete English farmer [electronic resource] : or, husbandry made perfectly easy, in all its useful branches. Containing what every Farmer ought to know and practise. Among the various Articles treated of in this Work, are the following, viz. The Management and Qualities of the different Kinds of Grass, and making Hay. Description of the different Soils and of manuring and ploughing Land. The Cultivation and Management of Wheat and Barley. The Culture of Oats and Rye. Of the Farmer's Stock, &c. The best Methods of Breeding and rearing Colts, managing Horses and Mares, and of curing their numerous Diseases. The Art of rearing Calves and Lambs, together with the best Methods of managing Bulls, Oxen, Cows and Sheep, to make them turn out to the greatest Advantage. Also several excellent Receipts to cure the different Disorders they are subject to. The best and most approved Method of rearing Pigs, fattening Swine, and chusing the best Sort for breeding, and for curing all their Disorders. Of Breeding Rabbits to the best Advantage. The whole Art of rearing and managing Fowls, Ducks, Geese, Turkies and Pigeons, to make them turn out profitable to the Farmer, with choice Receipts to cure their several Distempers. The Management of Bees, both for Profit and Pleasure. The Cultivation of Turnips, Beans, Peas, Tares, Flax, and Hemp, &c. &c. &c. And other useful Articles, too numerous to mention in a Title Page. By George Cooke, Farmer, at West End, in Hertfordshire.

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    • London : printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespear's Head, in Pater-Noster-Row, [1772?]
    • 1772
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  • The practical farmer [electronic resource] : or, the Hertfordshire husbandman: containing many new improvements in husbandry. I. Of Meliorating the different Soils, and all other Branches of Business relating to a Farm. II. Of the Nature of the several Sorts of Wheat, and the Soil proper for each. III. Of the great Improvement of Barley, by Brineing the Seed, after an entire new Method, and without Expence. IV. Of increasing Crops of Peas and Beans by Horse-Houghing. V. Of Trefoyle, Clover, Lucerne, and other Foreign Grasses. VI. A new Method to Improve Land at a small Expence, with Burnt Clay. Vii. Of the Management of Cows, Sheep, Sugkling of Calves, Lambs, &c. with Means to prevent, and Remedies to cure Rottenness in Sheep. Viii. How to keep Pigeons and Tame Rabbits to Advantage. IX. A new Method of Planting and Improving Fruit-Trees in Ploughed Fields. X. Of the various Manures and Dungs proper for every Soil. XI. Of the Usefulness, Culture, Method of Raising, Drying, and the Virtues of Hops. XII. Of Foreign Wheats. XIII. General Observations on the Year 1734. XIV. A Comparison of different Methods of Farming in several Countries. By William Ellis, Of Little Gaddesden, in Hertfordshire. Part II.

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    • London : printed for Weaver Bickerton, at Lord Bacon's Head, without Temple-Bar, M.DCC.XXXII. [1732]
    • 1732
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  • The glorious American essay : one hundred essays from colonial times to the present / edited and with an introduction by Phillip Lopate.

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    • New York : Pantheon Books, [2020]
    • 2020
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  • The complete English farmer: or, Husbandry made perfectly easy in all its useful branches. [electronic resource] : Containing what every farmer ought to know and practice. Among the various articles treated of in this work, are the following, viz. The management and qualities of the different kinds of grass, and making hay. Description of the different soils and of manuring and ploughing land. The cultivation and management of wheat and barley. The culture of oats and Rye. Of the farmer's stock, &c. The best methods of breeding and rearing colts, managing horses and mares, and of curing their numerous diseases. The art of rearing calves and lambs, together with the best methods of managing bulls, oxen, cows and sheep, to make them turn out to the greatest advantage. Also several excellent receipts to cure the different disorders they are subject to. The best and most approved method of rearing pigs, fatening swine, and chusing the best sort for breeding, and for curing all their disorders. Of breeding rabbits to the best advantage. The whole art of rearing and managing fowls, ducks, geese, turkies and pigeons, to make them turn out profitable to the farmer, with choice receipts to cure their several distempers. The management of bees, both for profit and pleasure. The cultivation of turnips, beans, peas, tares, flax, and hemp, &c. &c. &c. And other useful articles, too numerous to mention in a title page. By George Cooke, farmer, at West-End, in Hertfordshire.

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    • Dublin : Printed by James Hoey, Jun. at the Mercury in Parliament-Street, [1772?]
    • 1772
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  • The complete English farmer [electronic resource] : Or, Husbandry made perfectly easy, in all its useful branches, containing what every farmer ought to know and practice. Among the various articles treated of in this work, are the following, viz. The management and quality of the different kinds of grass, and making hay. Description of the different sods and of manuring and ploughing land. The cultivation and management of wheat and barley. The culture of oats and rye. Of the farmers stock, &c. The best methods of breeding and rearing Colts, managing horses and mares, and of curing their numerous diseases. The art of rearing calves and lambs, together with the best methods of managing bulls, oxen, cows and sheep, to make them turn out to the greatest advantage. Also several excellent receipts to cure the different disorders they are subject to. The best and most approved method or rearing pigs, fattening swine, and chosing the best sort for breeding and for curing all their disorders. Of breeding rabbits to the best advantage. The whole art of rearing and managing fowls, ducks, goose, tuckies and pigeons, to make them turn out profitable to the farmer, with choice receipts to cure their several distempers. The management of bees, both for profits and pleasure. The cultivation of turnips, beans, peas, tares, flax, plums, &c. &c. &c. And other useful articles, too numerous to mention in a title page. By George Cooke, farmer, at West-End, in Herfordshire.

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    • London : Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespear's-Head, in Pater-Noster Row, [1770?]
    • 1770
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  • The Random House book of poetry for children / selected and introduced by Jack Prelutsky ; illustrated by Arnold Lobel.

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    • New York, NY : Random House, ©1983.
    • 1983
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  • The essential Walt McDonald / Walt McDonald.

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    • Lubbock, Texas : Texas Tech University Press, [2022]
    • 2022-2022
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