Seller: imuller (795) 0%, Location: Brisbane, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 271520136016 Condition: Brand New, Brand: Poultry Farm - Barn & Stables – Dairy Building Pla, Model: Poultry Farm - Barn & Stables – Dairy Building Pla, MPN: Poultry Farm - Barn & Stables – Dairy Building Pla, Details: Poultry Farm - Barn & Stables – Dairy Building Plans on CD 18 E-books on CD 1. Agricultural drawing and the design of farm structures (1915) 150 pages BY THOMAS E. FRENCH, M. E. PROFESSOR OP ENGINEERING DRAWING, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY AUTHOR OF "ENGINEERING DRAWING," "ESSENTIALS OF LETTERING," ETC. AND FREDERICK W. IVES, B. S., M. E. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY First Edition. 2. Barn plans and outbuildings 2 E-books A. Barn plans and outbuildings (1886, c1881) 246 pages HUNDREDS OFF ILLUSTRATIONSB. Barn plans and outbuildings (1903) 424 pages 375 ILLUSTRATIONS The Author’s Introduction : The fanner who intends to erect a building should first consider the amount he wishes to store in it. This calculation must be based upon the present and prospective size of his farm, the number of acres of each crop, the kind and number of head of live stock, the system of farming, etc. 3. Economy of the round dairy barn (1910) 58 PAGES BY WILBER J. FRASEK. The Author’s Introduction : SPECIFICATIONS AND DETAILED COST AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SIXTY-FOOT CIRCULAR DAIRY BARN AT THE UNIVERSITY. SAVING OF ROUND OVER RECTANGULAR BARNS. NOTES ON SEVERAL ROUND BARNS ON DAIRY FARMS. 4. Farm buildings (1905) 198 pages The Author’s Introduction : A COMPILATION OF PLANS FOR GENERAL FARM BARNS, CATTLE BARNS, HORSE BARNS, SHEEP FOLDS, SWINE PENS, POULTRY HOUSES, SILOS, FEEDING RACKS, ETC. ALL REPRESENTING CONSTRUCTION IN ACTUAL USE. 5. Louden Barn Plans Both Versions 2 E-books A. Louden Barn Plans (1914) 102 pagesB. Louden Barn Plans (1915) 113 pages The Author’s Introduction : These book is published with the view of aiding the farmer and dairyman in building his barns so they will properly and economically answer the purpose for which they are intended. These plans represent the practical results from ideas mostly originated by farmers and dairymen, but are worked out in detail by our expert dairy architects to meet the climatic conditions and other requirements of individual cases. 6. Making a poultry house (1912) 88 pages The Author’s Introduction : Text, pictures and diagrams will, in each respective book, aim to make perfectly clear the possibility of having, and the means of having, some of the more important features of a modern country or suburban home. 7. Modern farm buildings 2 x E- books A. Modern farm buildings their construction and arrangement (1899) 252 pagesB. Modern farm buildings (1913) 312 pages The Author’s Introduction : BEING SUGGESTIONS FOR THE MOST APPROVED WAYS OF DESIGNING THE COW BARN, DAIRY, HORSE BARN, HAY BARN, SHEEPCOTE, PIGGERY, MANURE PIT, CHICKEN HOUSE, ROOT CELLAR, ICE HOUSE, AND OTHER BUILDINGS OF THE FARM GROUP, ON PRACTICAL, SANITARY AND ARTISTIC LINES. 8. Open-air poultry houses for all climates (1912) 96 pages The Author’s Introduction : A Practical Book on Modern Common Sense Poultry Housing for Beginners and Veterans in Poultry Keeping. What to Build AND How TO Do It. Houses that Will Promote Health, Vigor and Vitality in Laying and Breeding Stock. 9. Poultry Architecture (1907, c1902) 152 pages The Author’s Introduction : The aim of this book is to give designs of sufficient variety to suit conditions everywhere. Few requests come more often to the office of a poultry editor than those asking designs and directions for some part of a poultry plant. The number and variety of such requirements is surprising. 10. Poultry houses and fixtures. How to lay out poultry plants (c1919) 116 pages The Author’s Introduction : How to Lay Out Poultry Plants. Accurate Plans for Constructing Practical, Economical Laying Houses, Large and Small. Low-cost Construction for Back Yard Poultry Keepers. Colony and Portable Houses, Incubator and Brooder Houses, Administration and Other Special Purpose Buildings. Labor-Saving Interior and Exterior Fixtures and Equipment 11. Radford's practical barn plans both versions 2 x E-books A. Radford's practical barn plans (1907) 180 pagesB. Radford's practical barn plans (1909) 188 pages 12. Systematic small farming (1886) 456 pages The Author’s Introduction : THE LESSONS OF MY FARMBEING AN INTRODUCTION TO MODERN FARM PRACTRICE FOR SMALL FARMERS IN THE CULTURE OF CROPS; THE FEEDING OF CATTLE, THE MANAGEMENT OF THE DAIRY, POULTRY, AND PIGS ; THE KEEPING OF FARM -WORK RECORDS; THE ENSILAGE SYSTEM, CONSTRUCTION OF SILOS AND OTHER FARM BUILDINGS; THE IMPROVEMENT OF NEGLECTED FARMS, ETC. BY EGBERT SCOTT BURN 13. The book of farm-buildings; their arrangement and construction (1861) 723 PAGES The Author’s Introduction : The object of this work is twofold one, to establish principles upon which the planning of farm-buildings should be based the other, to concentrate correct and valuable information on the nature and use of the materials employed in constructing farm-buildings. It may astonish those of our readers who are agriculturists, to learn for the first time that principles should still be sought for in the planning of farm-steadings, after so long an experience of their use. 14. The modern homestead its arrangement and construction (1902) 428 pages By RICHARD HENDERSON, Author’s Introduction : MEMBER (by EXAMINATION) OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND, THE HIGHLAND AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND,AND THE SURVEYORS' INSTITUTION. WITH INTRODUCTION BY JAMES MACDOXALD, F.R.S.E., SECRETARY OF THE HIGHLAND AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND. Notice to eBay This auction abides by eBay’s listing rules and policies. No trademarks and or copyrights have been violated. We are either the publisher or an authorized distributor.