Excerpt from Weber's Seed Annual, 1902
Mold's Flack Beauty Oats mark such a distinct advance over all other varieties, especially in point of productiveness and strength of straw, as to set them apart and above all other oats. They are in a class of their in the particulars above mentioned, are not approached by any other oat.
At the present time but few black oats are grown in America. Canada has found out how good they are and is now growing them quite largely. In most European countries they have decidedly the preference, and in England it is safe to say that three bushels of black oats are grown to one of White.
They are preferred by those who have had experience with them, principally on account of their superior yielding qualities, but besides being fully equal, if not better, than white oats in point of feeding quali ties, they possess another very valuable characteristic in the unequaled stiffness and strength of straw.
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