This issue contains articles on agricultural education, progress in forestry, and markets for agricultural exports. An article on the farm labor problem suggests that the solution is the elimination of fencing. The Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union reports on its 1904 dairy experiments. Agricultural articles pertain to starting a poultry business, Canadian grown bananas, refrigerated transport of fruit crops, and tree grafting methods. Campus news reports are included in the College Life and Athletics columns. The Macdonald Notes column speaks to the advancement of the study of domestic science. Alumni news is available in the Somewhat Personal column.
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Rural education; What will the Agricultural College do for the average young farmer; Forest conditions and progress of forestry in Manitoba and the North-West Territories; Active agriculturalists; Canada and her markets; The fence question; Dairy experiments in 1904; A start in the poultry business; Home grown bananas; The transportation question; Grafting; Editorial; Book reviews; Somewhat personal; College Life; Macdonald Notes; Domestic Art; Athletics; Locals; advertising;
H. R. MacMillan; R. S. Hamer; C. W. Esmond; Miss L. L. Ross; E. D. Eddy; C. R. Klinck; J. A. Hand; F. C. Hart; F. M. Logan; J. W. Kennedy; R. E. Mortimer; D. H. Jones;