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Image 7 of Annual report. 1894

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

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i . _ i V » lé r p . . p _ _ V _ *7 W · I i Q I .` , .4 2 . i L » · — 1 00 if ANNUAL REPORT l —-OF THE- , I '.•. { p Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station I ‘ _ »F©;Ee ieee. a . i _. l ` sig , · ,· . ii 00 T REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR. I ` >r- s D { %tt_t nd , . . . . . ~ & i As heretofore, the Station has limited its lines of work to lh those which are of the present greatest need to the farmers of p ag the State. VVith our present funds it is impossible to expand p` Of j into new lines of work very rapidly. lt is hoped, however, - or- that we may be able soon to take up feeding experiments and Der the dairy problems more extensively. To this end an appro- . Hd , priation has been made for an experimental dairy building, _ j which will be completed in the near future. ily Equipment. , red . ' There has beenr added to our equipment a two-thousand dol- lar green-house for the Horticultural Department, and $1,000 V has been appropriated for an Insectary for the Entomological , { Department. . to LHSt December our large barn at the farm burned, with all mf its Contents, including eight head of live stock, all our farm Hlacliinery, our entire collection of \Vorld’s Fair specimens, -_ the records cf farm experiments not at that time completed, if and the products of our experimental iields Stored in the barn. s_ i