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. History of Hereford cattle : proven conclusively the oldest of improved breeds . Hereford cattle. HISTOEY OF HEREFORD CATTLE 337 clined to enter upon such experiment. We think that when friends of these breeds come before the public with their claims for superiority, it would be their choice to place their cattle under such tests as would determine their merits, and it has been our aim from the start to bring about such an experiment, if possible. "In relation to the discussion of the merits of the several breeds of cattle, especially the Shorthorns and Herefords, it has been said that

. History of Hereford cattle : proven conclusively the oldest of improved breeds . Hereford cattle. HISTOEY OF HEREFORD CATTLE 337 clined to enter upon such experiment. We think that when friends of these breeds come before the public with their claims for superiority, it would be their choice to place their cattle under such tests as would determine their merits, and it has been our aim from the start to bring about such an experiment, if possible. "In relation to the discussion of the merits of the several breeds of cattle, especially the Shorthorns and Herefords, it has been said that  Stock Photo
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. History of Hereford cattle : proven conclusively the oldest of improved breeds . Hereford cattle. HISTOEY OF HEREFORD CATTLE 337 clined to enter upon such experiment. We think that when friends of these breeds come before the public with their claims for superiority, it would be their choice to place their cattle under such tests as would determine their merits, and it has been our aim from the start to bring about such an experiment, if possible. "In relation to the discussion of the merits of the several breeds of cattle, especially the Shorthorns and Herefords, it has been said that 'there is room for all breeds.' The 'Live Stock Journal' says, 'this is probably true, there is room not only for thoroughbred cattle and the best breeds, but there is room for scrubs.' But interest of the world. There is no room for the poor when the better can be had.'' The "Chicago Tribune" copied and made the following comments on the foregoing. "The above is sound in theory. The difficulty is to decide the question of which is the best breed, taking into consideration the circumstances of the intending buyer. Using the machinery as an illustration, it would be more just to com- pare two spinning wheels, rather than the spin- ning wheel and the jack; two plows of modern make, rather than the stick of prehistoric ages with the finished steel implement of to-day; two engines of similar form and power rather than. SCENE AT CHADNOR COURT SALE, Dilwyn, HerefDrdshire, 1883. this does not meet the question as it should be met. A man may use a wooden plow, if he has no other means of cultivating his ground; he may stir it with a stick rather than not move it at all. But he would not do this if he had a good pair of horses and a good improved plow to work it with. It is well to tise the old spinning- wheel if there is no other means to make your clothing to cover your nakedness. But the old spinning-wheel would not be used if the im- proved machinery could be had, and