O. A. C. Review Volume XVI Issue 8, May 1904

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Ontario Agricultural College


This issue begins with an article regarding the local prize-winning Clydesdales at the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago. Agricultural research articles pertain to experiments with poultry incubators, dairy experiments with butter and milk, and cattle feed experiments. Agricultural articles focus on education available at the Tennessee Experimental Station, bird migration, and the effect of forestry on agriculture. Horticultural articles address forestry in Southern California, orchard management, and seasonal flowers. The editorial suggests that the Ontario Agricultural College should have its own printing press. Campus news includes a photograph and a report on the graduating class of 1904, the Sophomore Banquet, and the O. A. C. final examination results. The Macdonald Institute column comments on the nature study classes and the selection of a college pin. The "Our Old Boys Page" contains alumni news. While the Locals column provides campus humour.



OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, Clydesdale, Baron's Pride, International Livestock Exposition, Chicago, horse breeding, Tennessee Experimental Station, farming, bird migration, C. W. Nash, "Birds of Ontario", poetry, forestry, climatic conditions, poultry, incubator, research, dairy, photograph St. George's Square, horticulture, Southern California, orchard management, photograph Speed River, printing press, nature study, education, book review, photograph Royal Opera house, photograph 1904 graduating class, sophomore banquet, Macdonald Institute, Macdonald pin, athletics, cricket, tennis, football, basketball, gymnasium, examinations, grade standing, local news, personals, alumni, advertising, Guelph