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Excerpt from The Southern Planter, Vol. 3: July, 1843
It is my uniform practice to make my farm pens on the ground I wish to improve, selecting the poorest spot, especially 1f it is dry; it will be sufficiently enriched by the juices from the litter lying through the winter. It will save much hauling from a more permanent shelter, often distant from the land to be improved.
To restore our old lands, we must be patient and persevering, adding to the quantum of lot land every year as much as convenient; the progress, though slow, will tell in a few years.
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