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Title  [Hogs Eating Alfalfa]
Publisher  [Sacramento, Calif.] : Alvord & Young
Date  ca. 1915
Description  1 photograph ; 6 x 9 in.
Subject(s)  Swine--California (8), Alfalfa--California--Sacramento County (6), Sacramento County (Calif.) (130)

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Summary  The principal breeds raised in the Sacramento Valley in 1915 were Berkshires, Duroc Jerseys, Yorkshires, Poland China and Chester Whites. Again, the abundance of alfalfa here in the Valley made hog raising a profitable business. Hogs fatten on alfalfa as well as they do on corn and on the dairy farm hogs convert skimmed milk into profits. They also eat up the waste and increase the income of the farmer. Sacramento County in the heart of California.
Owning 
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Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
Copyright  Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
Call 
Number
 
SPE 979.453 S123 1915 SAC
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SPE 979.453 S123 1915 SAC - p. 10

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