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Livestock Roundup. 1920
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Peter Henry Rolfs Collection
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Title: Livestock Roundup. 1920
Series Title: Writings and Speeches 1891-1920
Physical Description: Unknown
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Box: 2
Divider: Articles, Speeches and Other Writings
Folder: Livestock Roundup. 1920
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agricultural extension work -- Florida.
Agriculture -- Florida -- Experimentation.
Agriculture -- Study and teaching -- Brazil -- Minas Gerais.
Agriculture -- Study and teaching -- Florida.
Citrus fruit industry -- Brazil.
Leprosy -- Research -- Brazil.
Minas Gerais (Brazil) -- Rural conditions.
Escola Superior de Agricultura e Veterinaria do Estado de Minas Gerais.
Florida Cooperative Extension Service.
University of Florida. Agricultural Experiment Station.
University of Florida. Herbarium.
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System ID: AA00000206:00074

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PROGRAM



FIFTH ANNUAL

LIVESTOCK ROUNDUP



OCTOBER 7TH & TH. 1920.





CONDUCTED BY

AGRICULTURAL IXTENSION DIVISION

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTU

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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PRO GRAM

FIFTH AITTjTUAL LI-ESTOCK RCLrUJTDUP

Thursday, October 7th

Prof. P. H. Rolfs, Chairman.


A. M.

9:00 Invocation

9:00 Address of Welcome


Response to Address of Welcome


9:30 Peanuts, Pas3ture and Pork "


9:50 Fertilizing Peanuts

10:10 Address


10:50 Grasses ~

11:30 Best Crops for Soil Improvement
and How to Use Them


12:00 M. Dinner.


Dr. A. A. Murphree
Mayor J. C. Adkins-

Z. C. Herlong,
Micanopy, Fla.

S. W. Hiatt,
Atlanta, Ga.

Dr. J. E. Turlington

Hon. ,- -; /,. H .I-. e,
Live Oak, Fla.

J. B. Thompson


C'. C. Lassetter,
Atlanta, Ga.


Next session 2:00 P. M.















Thursday Afternoon, October 7th.


H. G. Clayton, Chairman.


P. M.

2:00 The Work and Needs of the
Florida Experiment Station

2S20 Growth of the Pure Bred
Livestock Industry in Florida


2:30 Cooperative Marketing of Livestock
and Its Influence on the
Developmentof the Industry


3:00 Financing the Cattle Business


3:30 Some Needs of our Educational
Institutions


P. H. Rolfs


W. M. Traer, Editor
Farmer & Stdckman



C. A. Cobb, Editor
Southern Ruralist

H.. M. Bennett,
California


F. M. O'Byrne





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Friday, October 8th

P.. H. Rolfs, Chairman.


A. M.


V 9:00 Protecting Corn from Weevil.

V'9:20 Seventy-five Hens on E--:ry F'.r!.

S9:35 Soft Pork and Its Problems for
the Producer and Packer


,/9:50 Soft Pork E::-eriments Conducted
by the Bureau of Animal
Industry


z10:45

11:00


Soft Pork E -;I:riments in Alabama,


Soft Pork E-:: -riments in Florida,

General Discussion on Soft Pork,
lead by
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J. R. W.,tson

Dr. N. W. Sanborn
;0

J. L. Th. =att, Rep.,
Swift & Company



0. G. Hankins
Washington, D. C.

Prof. J. F. Duggar
Auburn, Ala.

J. M. Scott


Dr. M. P. Jarnagin
Athens, Ga.


11:20 Why Railroads Favor the Produc-
tion of Livestock Jesse 3. Jones
/ Norfolk, Va.

11:40 Guernie:, Cattle A. R. Nielsen
West Palm Beach


12:00 M. Dinner.


Next session 2:00 P. M.





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Friday Afternoon, October 8th.

E. W. Jenkins, Chairman.


P. M.


2:0 ."- -- -


2:15 State Livestock Sanitary
Board


' 2:30


The Present Phase of
Tic[k EBc .Jication
in Florida


,I3:10 Making Florida a Factor
in the 7'Trld's Live-
stock Yr:7.:-ket


3:40 -Mixed Feeds and Patent
Stock ?R. -: 1 es

4:00 Better Chicks and How
to Grow Them


W. A. i:-E.-.e
Tallahassee, Fla.



Dr. E. 1!. Nighbert
Bureau of Animal Ind.





. '.;. wortht, Rep.
Armour & Co., Chicago


C. Hi. .lloughby


Dr. N. '. Sanborn


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