The Miscellaneous Agriculture ClipArt gallery offers 84 illustrations of barnyard animals, crop storage, plant tagging, and other farm related images.

Illustrated is a method of binding up the roots.

Root Binding

Illustrated is a method of binding up the roots.

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.

A secateur designed for use in pruning vegetation.

Pruning Secateur

A secateur designed for use in pruning vegetation.

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.

A common stake label

Stake

A common stake label

This illustration shows the formation of starch.

Starch

This illustration shows the formation of starch.

Hay-caps are made of heavy five-fourths cotton cloth, cut square, wit four little loops, through which we run a slim wooden pin into the hay-cock. The pins hold it better than weights in the corner.

Hay-caps

Hay-caps are made of heavy five-fourths cotton cloth, cut square, wit four little loops, through which…

Illustrated are tree labels of many patterns.

Tree Labels

Illustrated are tree labels of many patterns.

Illustrated is a man transporting a large evergreen tree.

Tree Transportation

Illustrated is a man transporting a large evergreen tree.

Laying down trellis-grown blackberries.

Trellis

Laying down trellis-grown blackberries.

"A good trellis for tomatoes, holding the vines apart and allowing all fruits to receive air and light." — Baily, 1898

Trellis

"A good trellis for tomatoes, holding the vines apart and allowing all fruits to receive air and light."…

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business with another's gate,' / So thus the selfish man will surely prate: / An open gate, the cattle soon find out, / And trample in with hogs who root about; / A motley drove now wander o'er the ground, / And desolation, is seen around."—Barber, 1857

What is Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business…

A wheat plant grown in a pot, stunted as a result of nitrogen deficiency in the soil.

Wheat, potted and stunted

A wheat plant grown in a pot, stunted as a result of nitrogen deficiency in the soil.

A type of label for plants.

Zinc Tally

A type of label for plants.

A type of label for plants.

Zinc Tally

A type of label for plants.

A type of label for plants.

Zinc Tally

A type of label for plants.

A type of label for plants.

Zinc Tally

A type of label for plants.

A type of label for plants.

Zinc Tally

A type of label for plants.

A type of label for plants.

Zinc Tally

A type of label for plants.