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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN,
Agricultural Experiment Station.
Madison, Wis., Jan. 30, 1905.
I have known, read and studied Hoard's Dairyman from
It is evident to me beyond question that your readers
These things being true, it seems to me that whoever
With the highest regards and wishes for continued success, I am,
(Signed) W. A. HENRY, Dean.
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Mr Austir. Renshaw, proprietor of the Rose Hill Herd of Duroc Jersey swine
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