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Livestock killers are criminals.

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Specification:


Cat. no: 718
Artist:
Year: 1920
Issue: Неизвестен.
Publisher: Narodnij Komissariat Zemledeliya
Place of publishing:
  • Petrograd (Leningrad)
Style:
  • Caricature
Printing Technique: Multicolor lithography
Language:
  • Russian
Size: 65 х 44
Condition: Good. The bottom right edge is worn. Tear at the left side. Vertical and horizontal creases from folding.
Notes: Butnik-Siverskiy B.S.
Soviet Posters of the Civil War Era. 1918-1921.
M., 1960. No.3096. Page 465.(138).

Polonsky V.
Russian Revolution Poster.
M, 1925. No. 571. Page 164.(057).
Description: For the full provision of fertilizer fields for every 100 acres of plowing, 160 heads of large animals must be kept.
At us in 1916 was:
in the Vologda province. - 119 goals,
Olonetskaya - 154,
Petrogradskaya - 91,
Novgorodskaya -123,
Pskovskaya - 78,
Yaroslavskaya - 130.

To replace the old and non-dairy animals, 18 heads of young animals aged 1-1½ years must be grown for every 100 cows.
At us in 1916 was:
in the Vologda province. - 13 goals,
Olonetskaya- 17,
Petrogradskaya - 7,
Novgorodskaya - 10,
Pskovkaya - 10,
Yaroslavskaya - 16.

We have very little cattle. Cultivate it. All for work. The peasant - to fulfill his duty. Plant as many animals as possible, if you do not want to starve. Do not ahay, do not shake your head while reading this, but get down to business. Increase herds! This is the salvation! Our future is in our hands.

Compiled by S. Davydov
Period: 1917-1921
Categories:
  • Socialist economics
  • Military communism
  • Agriculture and Collectivisation
  • Communist attitude to labour
Reference Price: £ 1300

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