First Published in 1906, this book discusses farming in Britain, as well as exploring the business interests and concerns of the farmer whilst debating the future of traditional farming methods.
1. Introductory: The Farmer and his market. 2. Traditional methods of marketing cereals, hops, fruit, and other vegetable produce. 3. Traditional methods of marketing livestock and their by-products. 4. Conclusion: Recent developments in the process of distribution. 5. Index.