Farm, Field, and Stockman

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Farm, Field, and Stockman
Farm, Field, and Stockman (January 1, 1885)
TypeWeekly newspaper
EditorCharles Henry Howard
HeadquartersChicago, Illinois

Farm, Field, and Stockman was a weekly American newsletter published in 1884[1] in the Farm, Field, and Fireside family of farming and home newsletters. Its slogan was: "Agriculture, Gardening, Livestock, and Home Literature."[2] It was merged in 1901 with Chicago, Illinois newspaper Model Farmer and became Farm, Field, Stockman and Model Farmer. After the merger, the newsletter was again combined with Wisconsin Agriculturalist in 1902.[3]


  1. ^ Stunz, Steven C. (1940). List of the Agricultural Periodicals. Washington: United States Department of Agriculture.
  2. ^ "Farm, Field, and Stockman". Illinois Digital Newspaper Collection. Retrieved 24 October 2014.
  3. ^ Stuntz, Steven Conrad (1941). List of the Agricultural Periodicals in the United States Vol. 397-400. Washington: United States Department of Agriculture. p. 48.

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