The Miscellaneous Agriculture ClipArt gallery offers 73 illustrations of barnyard animals, crop storage, plant tagging, and other farm related images.

An example of Egyptian agriculture.  1, the reapers; 2, reaper drinking from cup; 3, 4, Gleaners - the first of which ask the reapers for a drink; 5, carrying the ears in a rope basket - showing the ears have been cut off; 8, winnowing; 9-11, the tritura, answering to our thrashing; 12, drinking from a water-skin suspended from a tree; 14, scribe who notes the number of bushels in heap; 16, checking the account by noting those taken away to the granary.

Agriculture

An example of Egyptian agriculture. 1, the reapers; 2, reaper drinking from cup; 3, 4, Gleaners - the…

An illustration of farm animals, including two horses, three pigs, and a cow.

Farm Animals in Corral

An illustration of farm animals, including two horses, three pigs, and a cow.

Barnyard with cow and hen.

Barnyard

Barnyard with cow and hen.

An illustration of a barnyard with baby chicks.

Barnyard

An illustration of a barnyard with baby chicks.

An outline of a cow, illustrating the different cuts of beef.

Cuts of beef

An outline of a cow, illustrating the different cuts of beef.

"The names and prices of various cuts of beed." —Davison, 1910

Cuts of beef

"The names and prices of various cuts of beed." —Davison, 1910

A heavy border which shuts out a bleak field. In front of this border is an ideal place for flowers.

Border

A heavy border which shuts out a bleak field. In front of this border is an ideal place for flowers.

Suggestion for storing cabbages

Cabbage

Suggestion for storing cabbages

Illustrated is cabbage in winter storage in a cabbage house. Cabbages grown for late winter and early spring are trimmed and stored in bins or on shelves in frost-proof storehouses.

Cabbage in Winter Storage

Illustrated is cabbage in winter storage in a cabbage house. Cabbages grown for late winter and early…

Illustrated is an outdoor method of storing cabbage. This common method partially trims the heads of cabbage and places them in piles four to six feet high and broad. This is to prevent hard freezing.

Cabbage Storing Method

Illustrated is an outdoor method of storing cabbage. This common method partially trims the heads of…

Cattle grazing on a plain.

Cattle

Cattle grazing on a plain.

Storing celery in a pit

Celery

Storing celery in a pit

Illustrated is a water holding celery crate. Celery tied in bunches of a dozen are placed in these crates.

Celery Crate

Illustrated is a water holding celery crate. Celery tied in bunches of a dozen are placed in these crates.

Illustrated is a celery crate.

Celery Crate

Illustrated is a celery crate.

Illustrated is celery plant thick and the patch edged with boards. This is "new celery culture".

Celery Culture

Illustrated is celery plant thick and the patch edged with boards. This is "new celery culture".

Illustrated is an old method of growing celery in trenches. It is sometimes stored for winter in such trenches.

Celery Growing Method

Illustrated is an old method of growing celery in trenches. It is sometimes stored for winter in such…

Illustrated is a good form of trench storage.

Celery Storage

Illustrated is a good form of trench storage.

Illustrated is the last earthing up or banking of celery.

Banking of Celery

Illustrated is the last earthing up or banking of celery.

This illustration shows a cleanly cut root.

Cleanly Cut Root

This illustration shows a cleanly cut root.

A healthy potted clover plant.

Clover, potted

A healthy potted clover plant.

A potted clover plant, stunted as a result of a nitrogen deficiancy in the soil.

Potted and stunted clover

A potted clover plant, stunted as a result of a nitrogen deficiancy in the soil.

Compost is made of mized and rotted vegetable matter. It is used as fertilizer.

Compost Heap

Compost is made of mized and rotted vegetable matter. It is used as fertilizer.

Bountiful corn crop on a farm that has raised livestock.

Large corn crop

Bountiful corn crop on a farm that has raised livestock.

Illustrated is the flume or outlet at the bottom of a cranberry bog.

Cranberry Bog Outlet

Illustrated is the flume or outlet at the bottom of a cranberry bog.

"Diagram showing cuts of beef. A, neck; B-C, chuck ribs and shoulder-blade; C-D, seven prime ribs; D-E, porterhouse; E-F, thick sirloin; F-H, rump; H-I, round; J, leg; K, top of sirloin; L, flank; M, plate piece; N, O, brisket." -Foster, 1921

Cuts of Beef

"Diagram showing cuts of beef. A, neck; B-C, chuck ribs and shoulder-blade; C-D, seven prime ribs; D-E,…

Yields of adjacent rows in an ear-row test, showing the difference in yielding power of two ears that looked equally good.

Ear-row test

Yields of adjacent rows in an ear-row test, showing the difference in yielding power of two ears that…

Various mixed bags of animal feed.

Feed

Various mixed bags of animal feed.

A movable barrier in a fence or wall.

Agricultural Gate

A movable barrier in a fence or wall.

A net that catches fish with gill covers in the mesh of the net. This illustration shows a gill-net anchored for cod and labels the parts: 1) Nets, 2) Buoys, 3) Anchor lines, 4) Anchors.

Gill-net

A net that catches fish with gill covers in the mesh of the net. This illustration shows a gill-net…

An illustration of a grapevine.

Grapevine

An illustration of a grapevine.

A hay rack is a freestanding vertical drying rack. These are permanent structures primarily made of wood, hay racks are often artistically designed and handcrafted

Hay Rack

A hay rack is a freestanding vertical drying rack. These are permanent structures primarily made of…

A fixed trap that fish can easily find their way into, but cannot easily find their way out. This particular weir pictured controls the channel between islands and is common along the coast of Maine.

Herring Weir

A fixed trap that fish can easily find their way into, but cannot easily find their way out. This particular…

"The hides now come to be trimmed and prepared for tanning in the shape in which they are intended ultimately to be sent into the market. An entire untrimmed hide is termed a crop; a side is half a crop, the dividing line of the two sides being shown at EF; a butt is the back portion ABCD, and a bend is half a butt ABFE. G, G are belly pieces, and H, H the cheeks, both together being the offal. When the shoulder (the upper part of the butt) is removed, what remains is the short butt." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Hide Divisions

"The hides now come to be trimmed and prepared for tanning in the shape in which they are intended ultimately…

A nurseryman's wooden label

Label

A nurseryman's wooden label

Cornell tree label

Label

Cornell tree label

Zinc tree label

Label

Zinc tree label

A stem girdled by the label wire

Label

A stem girdled by the label wire

"Has a large wire loop, with a coil to allow the expansion of the limb." — Baily, 1898

Tree label

"Has a large wire loop, with a coil to allow the expansion of the limb." — Baily, 1898

This illustration shows a cross-section of a modern flour mill. 
Wheat is received in bin a, and first passes to the separator b, where it falls over vibrating screens, c, c, and a current of air draws light rubbish through  pipe e to fan d. Next, in scourer f, it passes through revolving beaters, and meets a current of air. In the brush g, revolving brushes further clean and polish the wheat, which then passes to the 'cylinder' h. This  revolving cylinder has grooves which pick up any small seeds, carrying them around until near the top of its revolution they drop into trough k and discharge by l at n, while the wheat grains too large for the grooving to affect, fall into the trough m, and are carried by the elevator p to the 'first break rolls', o. Here the wheat is partly crushed by rolls q, q, and passed to the 'scalper' r. Here, revolving brushes and beaters force the small particles through the fixed cage to the shoot s, while the larger are delivered at the end of the cage and pass to the second pair of rolls, t, and the second scalper, u. The coarse particles from u, chiefly bran, pass through a third set of rolls, v, and then to the 'bran duster', w, a cylinder where revolving brushes clean all flour from the bran and force it through perforations towards shoot x, the bran  being delivered at y. The flour is carried by elevator p' to the 'reel' z, a finely perforated cylinder which revolves rapidly, an the finer part passes by shoot s' to the 'centrifugal' u'; the coarser part delivered at the end of the cylinder, passes to the 'purifier' r', where a current of air removes light dust as it travels over a moving sieve, and thence to a set of rolls at t' for further reduction, after which it is delivered to the centrifugal u'. This is a revolving drum, covered with silk, through which the flour is thrown by centrifugal force, and is delivered finished at v', the offals passing out at the end of the drum to the shoot w'.

Modern Flour Mill

This illustration shows a cross-section of a modern flour mill. Wheat is received in bin a, and first…

Straw screens are excellent movable coverings. The straw screens preserve an equable temperature.

Straw Screen for Covering Mushroom Bed

Straw screens are excellent movable coverings. The straw screens preserve an equable temperature.

A represents the loam on the surface, B the place for inserting some spawn, and C the prepared manure. Mushroom pots are used for growing mushrooms on a small scale.

Mushroom Pot

A represents the loam on the surface, B the place for inserting some spawn, and C the prepared manure.…

"Meat cuts from a sheep. 1, neck; 2, chuck; 3, shoulder; 4, loin; 5, flank; 6, leg." -Foster, 1921

Mutton

"Meat cuts from a sheep. 1, neck; 2, chuck; 3, shoulder; 4, loin; 5, flank; 6, leg." -Foster, 1921

"An irrigated orange grove at Riverside, California."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

orange grove

"An irrigated orange grove at Riverside, California."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Protection must be given to outside mushroom beds in the winter. Any sort of framework might be roughly constructed above the bed on which to place mats or other coverings, and a cord run over to fasten them on.

Plan for Protecting Outside Mushroom Bed

Protection must be given to outside mushroom beds in the winter. Any sort of framework might be roughly…

An illustration of a pineapple field in Key Largo, Florida.

Pineapple Field

An illustration of a pineapple field in Key Largo, Florida.

"This pruning or shortening of the roots causes the production of a new set of fibres from the severed ends. It also causes other roots to push out near the crown, and if a plant thus pruned be taken up in a few weeks after planting, its roots will appear somewhat as shown." —Fuller, 1910

Plant with roots pruned

"This pruning or shortening of the roots causes the production of a new set of fibres from the severed…

An illustration of a rice plantation located in South Carolina.

Rice Plantation

An illustration of a rice plantation located in South Carolina.

This net employs a 'Leader', 'Heart', 'Fore Bay', and 'Pound'. Each of these apparatus are constructed with a fence 15 to 18 feet deep. The Heart resembles the figure of the same name, and is placed so that the Leader passes into the notch a few feet. The Fore Bay (often omitted) is a second heart-shaped enclosure built on from the point of the heart. The Pound is a large circular net covering the bottom and sides of the enclosure into which there is only one entrance from the Fore Bay or Heart. This illustration shows the Leader at right, the Heart in the middle, and the Pound at left.

Pound Net

This net employs a 'Leader', 'Heart', 'Fore Bay', and 'Pound'. Each of these apparatus are constructed…

A 'purse' seine is a form of fishing net that is paid out around a school of fish, like a cylinder with no top or bottom. When drawn in, the bottom closes, forming a bag from which the fish cannot escape. Figure 1 in this illustration shows the separate parts of the purse seine: A and J, arms of the net; B and I, wings; C, D, K, and L, border of stout twine; F, bailing piece (or bunt); E and G, sides; H, under.
Figure 2 shows a diagram of the form a a purse seine spread in the water.

Purse-seine

A 'purse' seine is a form of fishing net that is paid out around a school of fish, like a cylinder with…

Rabbit-hutch with two rabbits.

Rabbit-hutch

Rabbit-hutch with two rabbits.

Rabbit-hutch with rabbits.

Rabbit-hutch

Rabbit-hutch with rabbits.

A plant belonging to the Fabaceae, that is, pea family. It is often used as fodder.

Red Clover

A plant belonging to the Fabaceae, that is, pea family. It is often used as fodder.

Ridges are made on a hard piece of ground, and are about three feet wide at the base. The two sides slope somewhat steeply to the top.

Ridge Mushroom Bed

Ridges are made on a hard piece of ground, and are about three feet wide at the base. The two sides…

Root hairs of lettuce, with adherent soil grains.

Lettuce Root

Root hairs of lettuce, with adherent soil grains.

A sack of wheat.

Sack

A sack of wheat.

Cutting back or shearing the plants.

Shearing

Cutting back or shearing the plants.

"Make alternate layers of manure and of sods three inches thick, piling one upon the other, until you have a heap of the shape."—Heinrich, 1887

Section of Soil Heap

"Make alternate layers of manure and of sods three inches thick, piling one upon the other, until you…

An experiment testing the absorbancy of different types of soils.

Analyzing Soil

An experiment testing the absorbancy of different types of soils.

A patch of soil and grass which has cracked after having been worked too fine in the fall.

Cracks in the soil

A patch of soil and grass which has cracked after having been worked too fine in the fall.

This illustration shows the roots of soy bean.

Soy Bean

This illustration shows the roots of soy bean.