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Landology: A Text Book of the Land Situation (Classic Reprint).

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Pages: 82

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Forgotten Books (30 Jun. 2012)

By: Skidmore Land Company (Author)

The past lies behind you. You cannot change it. What has been done, cannot be undone. Perhaps you have not made the most of your opportunities many of us have not. But the future lies before us. It is an unwritten page on which we may write what we will. What we have not done, we can do. You are at the gateway the future lies just beyond. It is a gateway to prosperity, limited only by the efforts which you will put forth to realize that prosperity. It is the gateway to land the builder of more snug fortunes than any other form of investment. To the average man good farm land is the best insurance for a good living, a modest fortune and a competence for his family. FEEDING THE WORLD. Never before in the history of mankind has the problem of feeding the world been so important. Nor has the world in the past ever held out such manifold reward to those who devote their efforts to food production. Today, no profession and no business offers such certainty of making a good living and reasonable profit as the profession of farming. Farming at this moment is in the early stages of a wonderful reorganization which is bringing to the oldest of mans occupations the recognition which is its due. More than that it is bringing a reasonable return for labor expended which is also the just due of the farmer. Let come to each whateer befall, the farmer still must feed them all. The world is being fed today only because we have advanced in the science of agriculture. A ges of cultivation and the experiments of thousands of unheard of Luther Burbanks have given us great progress in agriculture, but we must not forget that we are now approaching the limit of productive lands. The acreage has always been more limited than the general public has believed. ONLY ONE CROP OF LAND. Tne basis of the present farm land situation is the fact that there is just so much land and there is n
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