This is grown largely as a fattening food for sheep in the autumn. It is also especially desirable for pasturing hogs during the summer months. In the Northern States seed may be sown at anytime from early spring until end of August but in the warm Southern States it should not be sown until September or October for winter pasturage. Sow ten or twelve pounds per acre broadcast and harrow in lightly or four to five pounds in drills fifteen inches apart. Its fattening properties are estimated to be twice as great as those of first-class clover. We offer only the true Dwarf Essex Rape than which there is none better. Pkt of 2 ozs. 10 cts. lb 25 cts.