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  4. UPPER NORTH.

    In the "Upper North" last year 340,020 acres were reaped for wheat, and 34,799 acres were cut for hay; wheat production, 2,368,320 bushels. ...

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    Records are like reputations—they require living up to. It is natural to want to so one better than the best no one likes draping behind oast achievements. It is thus ...

    Article : 1,273 words
  6. LOWER NORTH.

    In the "Lower North" division last year 517,167 acres were leaped for wheat, and 83,712 acres cut for have; wheat production, 8,261,238 bushels. ...

    Article : 2,100 words
  7. WESTERN.

    In the "Western" division last year 10,142 acres were cut for bay; wheat 317,924 acres were cut for hay; wheat production, 1,756,542 bushels ...

    Article : 755 words
  8. SOUTH-EASTERN.

    In the "South-easter" division last year 53,956 acres were reaped for wheat, and 22,733 acres were cut for hay; wheat production, 382,315 bushels. ...

    Article : 750 words
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  10. CENTRAL.

    In the "Central" division last year 533,192 acres were reaped for wheat, and 161,832 acres were cut for hay; wheat production, 7,178,163 bushels. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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