. Annual catalogue of the New England Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store, connected with the New England Farmer Office, No. 51 & 52 North Market Street, Boston. 72 J. Breck 8f Co.'s Catalogue of VEGETABLE CUTTER.. Willis's Improved Vegetable Cutter for cutting large or small roots. The great objection to all other machines, is their cutting the roots into slices, which makes it almost impossible for the cat- tle to get hold of them ; this machine with a little alteration, cuts thorn into large or small pieces, of such shape as is most conve- nient for the cattle to eat. It will cut with

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. Annual catalogue of the New England Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store, connected with the New England Farmer Office, No. 51 & 52 North Market Street, Boston. 72 J. Breck 8f Co.'s Catalogue of VEGETABLE CUTTER.. Willis's Improved Vegetable Cutter for cutting large or small roots. The great objection to all other machines, is their cutting the roots into slices, which makes it almost impossible for the cat- tle to get hold of them ; this machine with a little alteration, cuts thorn into large or small pieces, of such shape as is most conve- nient for the cattle to eat. It will cut with ease from one to two bushels of roots per minute. No farmer should be without one of these machines. CAST STEEL AND COMMON AXES. This article among our fmners, is one of the most useful im- plements ever invented. Underbill's cast steel axes, have been considered the best, and most approved in form and shape, and are warranted in every respect to be one of the best quality. They are finished in the most perfect manner, and ground to a fine smooth cutting edge. Hatchets, cleavers, and many other tools, made by different workmen, and finished in the same manner. LIGHTNING RODS AND GLASS BLOCKS. From the repeated, and almost daily occurrences, which happen from the effect of lightning, occasioning death and destruction of much property, it is a matter of surprise that every farmer does not have attached to his dwelling house and barn, a lightning rod and guarded in the best possihle manner,—which is done by pass- ing the rod through glass blocks, which are constructed for the purpose.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Joseph Breck & Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection. Boston, Mass. : Joseph Breck & Co.

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