This antique volume contains a detailed treatise on crop rotation on dry farms. Discussed within this text are such topics as: the importance of rotation in dry areas, methodology, equipment, scientific reasoning, pitfalls, rotation tips, and much more. Although old, most of the information contained herein is timeless, and will be of as much value to the modern farmer as it was to those contemporary with the original publication of this text. The chapters of this book include: 'Rotation in Dry Areas', 'Negative Reasons for Rotation in Humid Areas', 'Incidental Benefits from Rotation', 'Additional Reasons for Rotation in Dry Areas', 'Rotation by Alternating Fallow and Grain', 'Rotation by Alternating Cultivated Crops and Grain', 'Rotation Which Combines Fallow and Cultivated Crops', etcetera. We are proud to republish this antiquarian book, now complete with a new introduction on farming.