The new dormitory of the National Farm School which will house ninety seven additional students is rapidly approaching completion, thus enabling the School to admit additional students during the new term which will open on March 1st. The National Farm School affords its students a three years’ training in practical and scientific agriculture, including the care and handling of cattle, poultry, horses, farm machinery, orcharding, dairying, greenhouse and nursery work. It is open and free to boys answering the necessary requirements. Applicants for admission to The National Farm School must be at least 16 years of age, have a Grammar School education, must be physically, mentally and morally healthy and above all must have a sincere desire for agricultural life.
The National Farm School is located at Farm School in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
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