O. A. C. Review Volume XXX Issue 6, February 1918

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Ontario Agricultural College


This issue's agricultural articles pertain to sending beef cattle to market early because of the grain shortage, tuberculin testing for cattle, potential for increasing the honey industry, the success of the farm power course, prospects for poultry and egg production in 1918, and plant breeding at the Vineland Experiment Station. Other articles include encouraging farmers to produce quality products, the Silver Black Fox industry, banana production in the tropics, the ornithology of winter birds, and agricultural education through motion pictures. A Macdonald Institute student contributed an article on designing the ideal kitchen. While the Query column answers agricultural queries send in by subscribers. The editorial comments on the dignity of the agriculturalist. Campus news provides a summary of the activities of each of the campus clubs, and results of the hockey and basketball games. The Macdonald column mentions the women's initiation and the success of the promenade. The Alumni column provides several military letters and alumni updates.



OAC Review, College news, editorial, agriculture, beef market, grain shortage, cattle industry, Silver Black Fox, fox industry, cattle tuberculosis, tuberculin test, motion pictures, agricultural education, Provincial Motion Picture Bureau, Ontario, quality, Ontario honey industry, farm or fight, farm power, gas engine, tractor, domestic science, kitchen design, banana production, winter birds, poultry production 1918, egg production 1918, plant breeding, Vineland Experiment Station, cherries, pears, peaches, plums, grapes, strawberries, poetry, query, dignity of our calling, Union Literary Society, military letters, enlistments, marriages, Cosmopolitan Club, Live Stock Club, Apiculture Club, Horticulture Club, Poultry Club, Biology Club, O. A. C. Carnival, athletics, hockey, basketball, Macdonald Institute, women's initiation, promenade, women's hockey, alumnae, local news, personals, alumni, Guelph