The farm is composed of two hundred acres, all of which is under cultivation, seventy acres being in orchard and the balance devoted to ordinary mixed farming. The soil varies from light sand to clay loam, and is suitable for producing all kinds of crops. The barns are large and well finished throughout, the basements being paved with brick and cement, and having stalls for seven teams and :sixty head of cattle, and cellar room for 5,000 bushels of roots. The barn at the house is used principally as a packing house, the main floor of 5,000 feet for sorting and packing, being specially lighted, and above that for storage of packages. In the orchards are 16,000 bearing fruit trees of all kindsapple, pear, plum, cherry, peach, apricot, etc., and 30,000 currant and gooseberry bushes. The apples and pears are mostly exported, and the balance of the crop is widely -distributed in home markets.
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