Carlisle School Annual Reports, 1911

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3 connection the tr emendous amount of labor furnished by the students in various activities, and in maintaining the school plant and caring for the student body. In our teaching, mere product is not held before the eyes of the student as an ultimate goal, but it is inter esting to note that in thoroughly mastering their trades and vocational activities, the students produce such splendid concrete results, REPORT OF" SECOND" FARM ( Fr on July 1, 1910, to June 30, 1912.) a 106 tons Hay, at$ 18 a ton......................$ 1, 908, 00 110 bu, Sheiled Corn, at 70¢ a bushel.......... 770. 00 575 bu, wheat at 1. 60 a bushel............... 575. 00 1211 bu, Oate, at 45¢ a bushel................. 544. 95 40 tons Straw, at$ 8. 00 a ton................. 320. 00 2240 bu, Lime, at 14¢ a bushel.................. 313. 60 6225 bundles Fodder, at 4¢ a bundle........... 2349. 00 Pasture for Dairy cattle.................. 150, 00 43 Turkeys slaughtered.......................... 86. 00 381 doz, Eggº, at 30¢ a dozen................... 76. 20 90 bushelsRye, at 75¢ a bushel................... 67. 50 128 Chickens slaughtered........................ 67. 20 79% bu, Apples at 40¢ a bushel................ 31. 80 34 bu, Potatoes( small), at 30¢ a bushel...... 6, 80 Value of products...........................$ 5, 166. 05 Cost of production........................." 1421. 98 Value of labor..............................$ 3, 744. 13 58

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