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U.S. DEPOSITORY


SThe iraclar will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.

United States Department of Agriculture;

WASHIrGTON, D. C., February 28, 1917.

MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS.

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a ,'BEAD CAREFULLY BEFORE ORDERING.
S: A i :':o -. any r of the publicat !o ted herein, except those otherwise noted, may be obtained
lslon application t6 the Edior b d Chief of the Division of Publications, United States
U.awtoment of Agriculture, Washingtqn. D. C., as long as the department's supply lasts.
:c this department's supply is exhausted, publications can still be obtained from the
ii;S:ii eitdenit of Documents, Gwernment Printing Office, Washington, D. C., but by pur-
Ir' lrw band at the prices notad herein.
S .. "idemittlances to th Sipes.ted mit. of Document direct. His office is not a part of
he Department of Agricultre.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
uBefore mailing yor request be sure and ee that your name and complete post-office address
(sett number or rural route number as the case may be) is attached.
S, FARMERi -BULLETINS--FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
:ioT-':he::.,:.N' -be department's supply of the current numbers of Farmers' Bulletins is
Of:t iL-Brly sufficient to make It possible to send them free to all applicants. They are
fIi::'~l r sale at 5 cents per copy.
: Ope Raising. By Harry M. Lamon and Alfred R. Lee, of the Animal Hus-
S:" andry Division. Pp. 16, figs. 8. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal
idustry. February, 1917. (Farmers' Bulletin 767.)
!i.hr;;, 'b general distribution.
'f Adding and Management of Dairy Calves and Young Dairy Stock. By W. K.
i rainerd and H. P. Davis, Dairy Division. Pp. 19, figs. 5. Contribution
i. Ik;,! t i the Bureau of Animal Industry. February, 1917. (Farmers' Bulle-
Ili ,It.. 777.)
"H' '. Of especial interest to those engaged in the dairy business.
-terPost Damage by 'Lyctus Beetles to Seasoned Hardwood. By A. D.
ppIins, Forest Entomologist, and T. E. Snyder, Specialist in Forest Ento-
io:i.16 Pp. 20, figs. 13. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
I s uary, 1917. (Farmers' Bulletin 778.)
rtemt of control which adapt certain features in business management to the
1 and Weasonal history of Lyctue powder-post beetles have been perfected by
: Breau of; Entomology and have been adopted by many manufacturers and
4Ir : a in seasoned hardwood products, and there has been a marked decrease in
ider-pout 'losses since 1906. The object of this bulletin is to describe the methods
.ik hwre been found effective In preventing these losses and to induce a more
i 1adiptton of them throughout the United States, as well as to show the
S li.itent of the damage.
SPlt und 'Hrse. By H. H. Reese, Animal Husbandman, Animal
S.-,~tIop. Pp. 27. figs 36. Contribution from the Bureau of
F r;,A ia t February, 1917t (Farmers' Bulletin 779.)
i *iittble fag general distribution.


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JL uercuiosis oi nugs. fy jdou an. muuler, as isu1aut ujinei, Jsureau OI....
Industry, and Henry J. Washburn, Senior Bacteriologist, Pathologieal
vision. Pp. 20, figs. 3. Contribution from the Bureau of Animala
February, 1917. (Farmers' Bulletin 781.)
Is a revision of Bureau of Animal Industry Circular 201, and is intended to aS
hog-raisers in exterminating a dangerous disease. -
Anthrax or Charbon. By Henry J. Washburn, Senior Bacteriologist, Paths:
ical Division. Pp. 16.- Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Ind
February, 1917. (Farmers' Bulletin 784.)
Supersedes Farmers' Bulletin 439 on the same subject, and is intended to give a
able information to all who have anything to do with domestic animals.
Seed-Flax Production. By Charles H. Clark, Assistant Agronomist in cha j
of Flax Investigations. Pp. 19, figs. 9. Contribution from the Bureau a
Plant Industry. February, 1917. (Farmers' Bulletin 785.)
Suitable for distribution in the Dakotas, Minnesota, and Montana. :
Fall-Sown Grains in Maryland and Virginia. By T. R. Stanton, Scient
Assistant, Office of Cereal Investigations. Pp. 23, figs. 5. Contributhi
from the Bureau of Plant Industry. February, 1917. (Farmers' Bullet
786.)
Suitable for distribution in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Mushroom Pests and How to Control Them. By C. H. Popenoe, Entomologile
Assistant, Truck Crop and Stored Product Insect Investigations. Pp. 1l
figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. February, -1917
(Farmers' Bulletin 789.)
Of Interest to growers of mushrooms. .
Citrus-Fruit Improvement. How to Secure and Use Tree-Performance 'ie
ords. By A. D. Shamel, Physiologist in Charge of Fruit-Improvement a
vestigations, Office of Horticultural and Pomological Investigations. Pp. 1i
figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. February, 1Si9
(Farmers' Bulletin 794.)
Of interest to all citrus-fruit growers.

DEPARTMENT BULLETINS-TECHNICAL.
wVThe publications listed below are technical or scientific treatises or bulletins
ing to a special industry or locality. The edition is limited, but they will be fm
free to persons who can use such specialized information as long as the supply l
However, to Insure prompt receipt, remit price to the Superintendent of Documents.
Public-Road Mileage and Revenues in the Southern States, 1914. Prepanr
jointly by the Division of Road Economics of the Office of Public Roads aw
Rural Engineering, and State Collaborators. Pp. 123. Contribution tram
the Office of Public Roads and Rural Engineering. Feb. 20, 1917. (
apartment Bulletin 387.) Price, 15 cents.
A compilation showing roads, mileage of improved and unimproved roads, umtne
and amounts of road revenues, bonds issued and outstanding, and a deseiptol,
the systems and other factors affecting road improvement in each State.
Western Yellow Pine in Oregon. By Thornton T. Munger, Forest .xFains
Pp. 48, pis. 7. Contribution from the Forest Service. (Professionalt
per.) Feb. 6, 1917. (Department Bulletin 418.) Price, 15 cents.
A technical description of this species of pine, with methods of logging, gla t
utilization, and reproduction.
The Potato Tuber Moth. By J. E. Graf, Entomological Assistant, Truck 0
and Stored Product Insect Investigations. Pp. 56, figs. 45, map: OonI' i l
tion from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 6,101W
(Department Bulletin 427.) Price, 15 cents.
Is of interest to entomologists and to potato growers, especially in the WmHul
sections of the country.
Life History of the Codling Moth in the Pecos Valley, N. Mex. B A.: A
Quaintance, Entomologist in Charge of Deciduous Fruit Insect Ia. sE
tions, and E. W. Geyer, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 90, fgs. 17. Co=tr=l t
from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) 1Fe6 1 8, 'Ol f
(Department Bulletin 429.) Price, 15 cents.
A technical description of the habits of this insect, and of interest to.tal
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Skd~red. By G. F White, Expert, Engaged in the Investigation of Bee Dis-
Seases 'Pp. 55, pis. 4, fig. 838. Contribution from the Bureau of Ento-
mology. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 9, 1917. (Department Bulletin 431.)
Price, 10 cents.
Of interest to beekeepers generally.
Changes in Fresh Beef During Cold Storage Above Freezing. By Ralph
Hoagland, Charles N. McBryde, and Wilmer C. Powick, of the Bioclemuic
Division. 'Pp. 100, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal In-
dustry. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 15, 1917. (Department Bulletin 433.)
Price, 10 cents.
A study of the commercial practices in the cold storage of fresh beef and the
Effects of same upon the meat, and is of interest to butchers and meat packers
generally.
The Desert Corn Flea-Beetle. By V. L. Wildermuth, Entomological Assistant,
Cereal and Forage Insect Investigations. Pp. 23, figs. 7. Contribution
S from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 7, 1917.
(Department Bulletin 436.) Price, 5 cents.
A study of the habits, life history, and methods of controlling this insect, and
of especial Interest to farmers in the southern parts of California, Arizona, and
New Mexico.
The Navel Orange of Bahia, With Notes on Some Little-Known Brazilian
Fruits. By P. H. Dorsett, A. D. Shamel, and Wilson Popenoe, Agricultural
Explorers, Office of Foreign Seed and Plant Introduction. Pp. 35, pls. 24,
fig. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Feb. 10, 1917.
(Department Bulletin 445.) Price, 20 cents.
Of interest to growers and shippers of tropical fruits.
Separation and Identification of Food-Coloring Substances. By W. E. Mathew-
son, Assistant Chemist. Pp. 56. Contribution from the Bureau of Chem-
istry. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 15, 1917. (Department Bulletin 448.)
SPrice, 10 cents.
This bulletin will be of interest chiefly to chemists.engaged in food analysis.
Marketing Creamery Butter. By Boy C. Potts, Specialist in Marketing Dairy
Products, and Ha F: Meyer, Assistant in Marketing Dairy Products. Pp. 38,
figs. 17. Contribution from the Office of Markets and Rural Organization.
Feb. 5, 1917. (Department Bulletin 456.) Price, 10 cents.
Should be of special interest to manufacturers and distributors of creamery but-
ter in the United States and of general interest to dairy farmers who sell cream to
creameries.
S irrigation in Florida. By F. W. Stanley, Irrigation Engineer. Pp. 62, pls. 6,
figs. 10. Contribution from the Office of Public Ronds and Rural Engineer-
ing. Feb. 16, 1917. (Department Bulletin 462.) Price, 15 cents.
A study of the need of, and systems of, Irrigation in Florida. Of interest to truck
and fruit growers in Florida.
i.rth, Sand-Clay, and Gravel Roads. By Charles H. Moorefield, Senior High-
way Engineer. Pp. 68, pls. 5, figs. 24. Contribution from the Office of
Public Roads and Rural Engineering. Feb. 21, 1917. (Department Bulle-
tin 463.) Price, 15 cents.
Describes methods of building and maintenance; also contains typical specifica-
on for such roads.
Pr pagation of Wild-Duck Foods. By W. L. McAtee, Assistant Biologist. Pp.
S4 figs. 35.: Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey. Feb. 23,
S I1 7. (Department Bulletin 465.) Price, 10 cents.
S'IS for general distribution among persons and organizations interested in the
;oteetion, preservation, and propagation of waterfowl. It supersedes Biological
y Circlar No. 81, dealing with wild rice, wild celery, and pondweeds; and
altment Bulletin No. 58, dealing with delta potato, wapato, ebufa, wild millet,
:'' and bana a waterlily.
s"odktien of Sugar in the United States and Foreign countries. By Perry
Ul ltaott, Division of Crop Records. Pp. 70. Contribution from the Bureau
o ao Cr4op Estimates. Feb. 12, 1917. (Department Bulletin 473.) Price, 10
S eenft
A eo fsw account of the sugar production of the United States and of practically
afnl iesfg adntri es. It is Intended for general circulation.


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True Mahogany. By C. D. Mell, Forest Examiner. Pp. 24, pi. i.g. f igL
Contribution from the Forest Service. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 91917. :ij
(Department Bulletin 474.) Price, 5 cents. ,
A technical description of this wood, with a statement showing impply, aes, anad'l
methods of logging.
Farming in the Bluegrass Region. By J. H. Arnold, Agriculturist, and Fran ::
Montgomery, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 29, figs. 13. Contribution from tH~e
Office of Farm Management, Office of the Secretary. Feb. 19, 1917. (De-
partment Bulletin 482.) Price, 5 cents. |
A study of the organization and management of 178 farms in Central Kentucky.
Statistics of Fruits in Principal Countries; Production, Exports, and Imports
for the United States and Foreign Countries. By H. D. Ruddiman, Di- '
vision of Crop Records. Pp. 40. Contribution from the Crop Estimates.
Feb. 14, 1917. (Department Bulletin 483.) Price, 5 cents.
Contains a brief survey of the fruit industry in principal countries. While In-
tended for general distribution to the public, it is of especial interest to fruit
growers and dealers.
Experiments in the Disposal of Irrigated Crops Through the Use of Hogs.
By James A. Holden, Assistant, Office of Western Irrigation Agriculture.
In cooperation with the Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 27, figs. 3. Con-
tribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry and the Bureau of Animal
Industry. Feb. 26, 1917. (Department Bulletin 488.) Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to irrigation farmers generally.
An Economic Study of Farming in Sumter County, Ga. By H. M. Dixon,
Assistant Agriculturist, and H. W. Hawthorne, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 64,
figs. 6. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management, Office of the
Secretary. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 10, 1917. (Department Balleth
492.) Price, 10 cents.
A report on an exhaustive study of farming in a representative county in the
cotton belt and is of Interest to cotton growers especially.
Spray Irrigation. By Milo B. Williams, Irrigation Engineer. Pp. 40, figs. 19.
Contribution from the Office of Public Roads and Rural Engineering. Fek
14, 1917. (Department Bulletin 495.) Price, 10 cents.
Of special interest to truck and small-fruit growers of the eastern part of the
United States.
Investigations of the Rotting of Slash in Arkansas. By W. H. Long, Forest
Pathologist, Office of Investigations in Forest Pathology. Pp. 15. Contri-
bution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 16,
1917. (Department Bulletin 496.) Price, 5 cents.
A study of the methods of brush disposal in Arkansas and of especial interest
to lumbermen.
Experiments With Spring Cereals at the Eastern Oregon Dry-Farming Sub-
station, Moro, Oregon. By David E. Stephens, Station Superintendent,
Office of Cereal Investigations. Pp. 38, figs. 15. Contribution from the
Bureau of Plant Industry. Feb. 19, 1917. (Department Bulletin 498.)
Price, 10 cents.
Of especial interest to farmers in the Columbia River Basin.
The Mulched-Basin System of Irrigated Citrus Culture and Its Bearing on
the Control of Mottle-Leaf. By Lyman J. Briggs, Biophysicist int charge,
C. A. Jensen, Assistant in Plant Malnutrition Investigations, and J.. W' .
McLane, Laboratory Assistant, Office of Biophysical Investigations. Pp. 31,
pl. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional
Paper.) Feb. 12, 1917. (Department Bulletin 499.) Price, 10 cents.-
Of interest to citrus-fruit growers, especially in California.
A Study in the Cost of Producing Milk on Four Dairy Farms, Lcatead in
Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. By Morton O.
Cooper, Scientific Assistant, C. M. Bennett, Agriculturist, and L. M. K.uts i
Assistant. Pp. 35, figs. 8. Contribution from the Office of Farm Manage-
ment, Office of the Secretary. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 20, 117. (De-
partment Bulletin 501.) Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to dairymen generally.









S Digetibility of Some Vegetable Fats. By C. F. Langworthy, Chief, and A. D.
I Holmes, Scientific Assistant, Office of Home Economics. Pp. 20. Contribu-
tion from the States Relations Service. (Professional Paper.) Feb. 13,
S1917. (Department Bulletin 505.) Price, 5 cents.
j This bulletin records studies of the digestibility of olive oil, cottonseed oil, peanut
oil coconut oil, sesame oil, and cocoa butter, and is primarily of interest to students
and investigators of food problems.
Wheat, Yields per Acre and Prices, by States, 50 Years 1866-1915. Pp. 16.
Contribution from Bureau of Crop Estimates. Feb. 13, 1917. (Department
Bulletin 514.) Price, 5 cents.
Suitable for general distribution.
Corn, Yields Per Acre and Prices, by States, 50 Years 1866-1915. Pp. 16.
Contribution from the Bureau of Crop Estimates. Feb. 12, 1917. (Depart-
ment Bulletin 515.) Price, 5 cents.
Suitable for general distribution.
An Intradermal Test for Bacterium Pullorum Infection in Fowls. By Archi-
bald R. Ward and Bernard A. Gallagher, Pathological Division. Pp. 15.
Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. (Professional Paper.)
Feb. 16, 1917. (Department Bulletin 517.) Price, 5 cents.
A report on the white diarrhea disease of fowls that is quite destructive, and
should be serviceable to those who are Interested in poultry and poultry diseases.
Annual Reports of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended June
30, 1916. (Report of the Secretary, with reports of heads of the several
branches of the department.) Pp. 451. Price, 50 cents.
apwNo copies available for free distribution.

MISCELLANEOUS.

List of Workers in Subjects Pertaining to Agriculture and Home Economics
in the U. S. Department of Agriculture and in the State Agricultural Col-
leges and Experiment Stations. Corrected to January, 1917. Prepared in
the Division of Publications. Price, 10 cents.
Width of Wagon Tires Recommended for Loads of Varying Magnitudes on
Earth and Gravel Roads. By E. B. McCormick, Chief, Division of Rural
Engineering, Office of Public Roads and Rural Engineering. Pp. 6. Feb.
12, 1917. (Circular 72, Office of the Secretary.) Price, 5 cents.

SERIALS.

SJurnal of Agricultural Research. (For sale only.) Vol. 8, No. 6. Feb. 5,
1917. Contents: Sorosporella uvella and Its Occurrence in Cutworms in
: America. (gz K-49.) By A. T. Speare.-Measurement of the Inactive,
or Unfree, Moisture in the Soil by Means of the Dilatometer Method.
(gy Mich.-5.) By George Bouyoucos.-Lenfspot-Rot of Pond Lilies Caused
by Heliocosporium nymphaearum. (hb G-105.) By Frederick V. Rand.
Pp. 189-23, pls. 5, figs. 2. Price, 15 cents.
S Same, VoL 8. No. 7. Feb. 12, 1917. Contents: Studies of the Genus Phy-
: tophthora. (hd G-106.) By J. Rosenbaum.-Tetrasticlus bruclioplhgi, a
ta reeetly Described Parasite of Bruchophagus funebris. (lie K-50.) By
Theodore D. Urbahns. Pp. 233-282, pls. 8, figs. 13. Price, 20 cents.
S : Same, Vol. 8, No. 8. Feb. 19, 1917. Contents: Arsenical Injury Through the
Bark of Fruit Trees. (hf Mont.-4.) By Deane E. Single and H. E.
SMorris. Pp. 283418, pls. 6. Price, 15 cents.
.'mme, Vol. 8, No. 9. Feb. 26, 1917. Contents: A Squash Disease Caused by
C hoanephora cucurbitarum. (hg N. C.-3.) By Frederick A. Wolf.-Dis-
covery of Internal Telia Produced by a Species of Cronartium. (he G-107.)
S l.. y Reginald H.'Ooley.-Effect of Irrigation Water and Manure on the Ni-
tratse and Total Soluble Salts of the Soil. (hi Utah-5.) By F. S. Harris
an:: md N. I. Butt Pp. 319-35M, pls. 4, figs. 18. Price, 15 cents.









Same, Vol. 7, No. 13. Contents and inder of Volume 7. Pp. xv-549-55 .
Price, 10 cents...
w'NoTE.-Beginning with Volume 5, The Journal of Agricultural Research has
been issued weekly and is distributed free only to the libraries oc agricultural col-
leges and experiment stations, to large universities, technical schools, and such
institutions as make suitable exchanges with the department. It will not be seat *"" I
free to individuals. The Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for
this publication, the price being $3 per year, 52 numbers.
Experiment Station Record. Vol. XXXVI, No. 1. January, 1917. E. W.
Allen, Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 1-100. Price, 15 cents.
A'NoTE.-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature
pertaining to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution, and its free
distribution is restricted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experi-.
ment stations, and similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. It can not
be sent free to individuals having no official connection with public institutions. The
Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is
issued in two volumes a year, 10 numbers each, at $1 a volume.
The Monthly Crop Report. Vol. 3, No. 2. February, 1917. Pp. 13-20. (Bu-
reau of Crop Estimates.)
Contains data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, conditions,
yield, prices, and value of crops and live stock. For free distribution.

SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS-FOR SALE ONLY.
AThese contain only information, instructions, and notices governing the enforcement
of food and drugs act, meat inspection, 28-hour and quarantine laws, and the various
regulations of the department. Issued monthly by certain bureaus. Free distribution Is
limited to persons in the employ of the department, to public officials whose duties render
it necessary for them to have such information, to journals especially concerned, and to
manufacturers and firms whose business is affected by same. Others desiring copies are
respectfully referred to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office,
who has them for sale only, at prices noted.
Bureau of Animal Industry. No. 117. January, 1917. Pp. 20. Feb. 23, 1917.
Price, 5 cents.
Bureau of Chemistry. Supplement. No. 21. [N. J. 4501-4550.1 Pp. 74.
Feb. 8, 1917. Price, 10 cents.
Office of Markets and Itural Organization. No. 19. Pp. 11. Feb. 6, 1917.
Price, 5 cents.
Office of Markets and Rural Organization. No. 20. Pp. 8. Feb. 7, 1917.
Price, 5 cents.
SOIL SURVEYS.
WAll requests for soil surveys are referred to the Bureau of Soils for attention, the
distribution of same being controlled by that bureau.
Reconnoissance Soil Survey of the San Francisco Bay Region, Calfornia
By L. C. Holmes, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, In Charge, and
J. W. Nelson, of the University of California. Pp. 112, pls. 4, fig. 1, map.
(From F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 25 cents.
Soil Survey of Grant County, Indiana. By Lewis A. Hurst, In Charge, W. L.
Watkins, and W. E. Tharp, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and
Earl Hertenstein and Philip Middleton, of the Indiana Department of
Geology. Pp. 36, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents. :'
Soil Survey of Starke County, Indiana. By E. J. Grimes, In Charge, and Wen- I
dell Barrett, of the Indiana Department of Geology, and T. M. Bushnll,
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Pp. 42, fig. 1, map. (From F. 0.
Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents. *
Soil Survey of White County, Indiana. By T. M. Bushnell, of the U. 8. 'De-
partment of Agriculture, In Charge, and C. P. Erni, of the Indiana Depart- i
ment of Geology. Pp. 43, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.) Pit'eei
15 cents.
Soil Survey of Sioux County, Iowa. By E. H. Smies, of the U. S. Department i
of Agriculture, In Charge, and W. C. Dean, of the Iowa Agricultural EX-
periment Station. Pp. 37, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.) EBriae
15 cents.


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Soil Survey of Newton County, Missouri. By A. T. Sweet, In Charge, and E. S.
Vanatta, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and E. V. Knobel, of the
University of Missouri. Pp. 41, pls. 3, figs. 2. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.)
Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Ripley County, Missouri. By F. Z. Hutton, of the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, In Charge, and H. H. Krusekopf, of the University of
Missouri. Pp. 36, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Alleghany County, North Carolina. By R. T. Avon Burke, of
the U. S. Department of Agriculture, In Charge, and H. D. Lambert, of the
SNorth Carolina Department of Agriculture. Pp. 26, fig. 1, map. (From
SF. O. Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Cambria County, Pennsylvania. By B. B. Derrick, In Charge,
and A. L. Patrick, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and David C.
Wimer, of the Pennsylvania State College. Pp. 32, fig. 1, map. (From
F. O. Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Hampton County, South Carolina. By M. W. Beck, In Charge,
and A. L. Goodman. Pp. 37, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.) Price,
*." 15 cents.
SEPARATES.

The Dasheen: Its Uses and Culture. By Robert A. Young, Bureau of Plant In-
dustry. Pp. 10, pls. 6. (Separate 689, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
Some American Vegetable Food Oils, Their Sources and Methods of Produc-
tion. By H. S. Bailey, Bureau of Chemistry. Pp. 18, pls. 4. (Separates
691, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
aStallion Legislation and the Horse-Breeding Industry. By Charles C. Glenn,
Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 11, pls. 4. (Separate 692, Yearbook,
1916.) Price, 5. cents.
Fur Farming as a Side Line. By Ned Dearborn, Bureau of Biological Survey.
Pp. 18, pls. 2. (Separate 693, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
The Function of Live Stock in Agriculture. By George M. Rommel, Bureau of
Animal Industry. (Separate 694, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
The Present Status of the Sugar-Beet Seed Industry in the United States.
By C. O. Townsend, Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 12, 11s. 5. (Separate
695, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance. By V. N. Valgren, Office of Markets and
Rural Organization. Pp. 13, figs. 4. (Separate 697, Yearbook, 1916.)
Price, 5 cents.
Meeting the Farmer Halfway. By Carl Vrooman, -Assistant Secretary of
Agriculture. Pp. 13. (Separate 698, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
A Federated Cooperative Cheese Manufacturing and Marketing Association.
By Hector Macpherson and W. H. Kerr, Office of Markets and Rural Or-
ganization. Pp. 13. (Separate 699, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
The Thanksgiving Turkey. By Andrew S. Weiant, Bureau of Animal Indus-
try. Pp. 9, pis. 3. (Separate 700, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
Development and Localization of Truck Crops in the United States. By Fred.
J. Blair. Bureau of Crop Estimates. Pp. 31, figs. 2, maps 11. Separate
702, Yearbook, 1916.) Price, 5 cents.
Business Essentials for Cooperative Fruit and Vegetable Canneries. By
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