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If you had to sow your wheat twice, and three times, as I have done, you wouldn’t be so massyfully feeling toward the divils.
It seemed one of life's harsh jests that now, when the tired, ill-nourished baby had fretted his last, old Brindle, waxing fat and sleek on the wheat pasture, should give more rich cream than the Wades could use.
By giving a chattel mortgage on their growing wheat, they borrowed enough, at twenty per cent, to buy seed corn and a plow.
They were able to thresh enough wheat to repay their debt of six hundred bushels and keep an additional three hundred of seed for the following year.
I guess dad's try at cornering wheat was about the most profitable thing that ever happened--to the other fellows.
Daddy and grandpa are busy in there cornering wheat.
Number two: There ain't much difference between playing halfway robber like the railroad hauling that farmer's wheat to market, and playing all robber and robbing the robbers like I do.
They lived on buckwheat when I first came among them, and I wished to effect a change to rye, or a mixture of rye and wheat in the first instance, and finally to see a loaf of white bread even in the poorest household.
Our wheat harvest seemed miraculous to the people in the district, heavy as the first crop off the land ought to be.
Levin knew that his elder brother took little interest in farming, and only put the question in deference to him, and so he only told him about the sale of his wheat and money matters.
But as recently as June, Reuters reported binge buying of wheat by Iran and In July the government imposed a heavy import duty on wheat imports in an obvious effort to restrain imports.
The major consumption of wheat comes from flour processing.
GASC Vice President Mamdouh Abd El-Fattahsaid that he is seeking to buy shipments of US soft white winter wheat, US soft red winter wheat, or Canadian soft wheat.
Wheat sensitivity: Symptoms like bloating, cramps, diarrhoea and sickness come on quite slowly, usually hours after eating wheat.
Comment: The two studies cited above suggest that consumption of wheat can exacerbate the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome in susceptible individuals.