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CHECKLIST OF REPORTS ISSUED BY
THE AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE
With this issue we are including a numerical listing of the publications
issued in the Marketing Research Reports series. With future issues we
plan to include numerical listings of publications in the other Department
series (Farmers' Bulletins, Statistical Bulletins, Miscellaneous Publica-
tions, etc.) which have been issued by the Agricultural Marketing Service
or preceding agencies whose work is now the responsibility of the Agri-
cultural Marketing Service.
The lists will be set up as separate items or
Checklist, depending on their length, so their
Checklist and kept in your reference files._j
MARKETING RESEARCH AND STATISTICS H.
[- Notes on the Present Livestock Situation. (By Harold
[" Acreage and Production of Vegetable Seeds in 1955 and 1956. 8 pp.
[ Chickens and Eggs: Farm Production, Disposition, Cash Receipts, Gross Income, By Sta
55; Chickens on Farms, January 1, By States, 19S5-56. AMS-114. 10 pp.
 Chickens and Eggs: Monthly Egg Production, Young Chickens and Layers on Farms, and
By States and Geographic Divisions, 1950-55. Revised Estimates. Statistical Bulletin
[ Farm Electricity Report-Annual Survey. 2 pp.
[ Meat Animals: Farm Production, Disposition, and Income, By States, 1954 and 1955. AME
5$). i1 pp.
El Milk: Farm Production, Disposition, and Income, 1954-55. AMS-30 (1954-55). 17 pp.
Rate of Lay,
El French-Frying Quality of Potatoes as Influenced by Cooking Methods, Storage Conditions, and
Specific Gravity of Tubers. Agricultural Marketing Service in cooperation with Agricultural Re-
search Service. Technical Bulletin No. 1142. 46 pp.
EO Homemaker Preferences for Pies and Canned and Frozen Cherries, in Dallas, Detroit, and Kansas
City. Marketing Research Report No. 116. 68 pp.
 Homemakers' Preferences for Selected Cuts of Lamb, in Cleveland, Ohio. Marketing Research Report
No. 113. 44 pp.
El Long-Term Insecticide Tests. (Reprinted from "Modern Packaging," March, 1956.) 7 pp.
0 Margins and Costs in Marketing Florida Sweet Corn. Agricultural Marketing Service in cooperation
with Florida Agricultural Experiment Station. Miscellaneous Publication No. 719. 11 pp.
D Marketing Margins for Dairy Products. (Reprinted from the Marketing and Transportation Situation,
January 1956.) AMS-113. 11 pp.
0 Marketing Margins for Fruits and Vegetables. (Reprinted from the Marketing and Transportation Situ-
ation, Jan. 1956.) AMS-110. 8 pp.
MARKETING RESEARCH AND STA
Marketing Research (Con.)
-1] Marketing Margins for Poultry
January 1956.) AMS-112. 11
and Eggs. (Reprinted from the Marketing and Transportation
Marketing Margins for Soybean and Cottonseed Oils Used in Margarine and Shortening. (Rep
from the Marketing and Transportation Situation, January 1956.) AMS-109. 8 pp.
Marketing Margins for White Bread. Miscellaneous Publication No. 712. 15 pp.
Merchandising of Selected Food Items in Grocery Stores: Canned Red Sour Cherries, Ca~ i
Bananas. Agricultural Marketing Service in cooperation with Pennsylvania State Agricutal
periment Station. Marketing Research Report No. 111. 21 pp.
Pork Marketing Margins and Costs. Miscellaneous Publication No. 711. 46 pp.
The Price of Beef. Miscellaneous Publication No. 718. 4 pp.
Thermostatic Control of Fans in a Refrigerator Car of Tomatoes. (A Preliminary Study.) Agictua
Marketing Service and University of California cooperating. AMS-81. 16 pp.
Transit Refrigeration Studies with California Prepackaged Carrots. (A Progress Report.) A
Vacuum-Cooling Fresh Vegetables and Fruits. AMS-107. 15 pp.
Women's Attitudes Toward Wool and Other Fibers in Suits, Skirts, and Sweaters. (PreliminaySu-
mary Repoit.) AMS-11S. 15 pp.
Women's Opinions of Cotton and Other Fibers in Selected Items of Clothing. Marketing Resach e-
port No. 112. 118 pp.
Regulations of the Department of Agriculture for Cotton Classification and Market News Services I
Organized Groups of Producers. Service and Regulatory Announcement No. A.M.S. 173, (SA,-
A.M.S. 173). Issued April 1956. 6 pp.
Equations for Predicting Cotton Processing Performance and Product Quality by Improved Evala-
tions of Raw-Cotton Quality. Marketing Research Report No. 114. 41 pp.
Factors Involved in Pricing Surplus Milk Under Federal Milk Orders. (Talk by H
Dairy Div., AMS, at meeting of New York State Cheese Manufacturers Assoc.,
Watertown, N. Y.) 5 pp.
Trends in Types of Pools Under Federal Milk Orders. (Talk by H. L. Forest, Di
AMS, at annual meeting of Midwestern Milk Marketing Conference April 2, 195
United States Standards for Grades of Cheddar Cheese. (Reprinted from Federal
28, 1956.) Effective May 1, 1956. 6 pp.
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Canning Sweetpotatoes for School Lunch and Institutional Use. AMS-106. (Issued October 190,
slightly revised March 1956.) 7 pp.
Cornmeal in Family Meals. AMS-111. 4 pp.
Dairy Products: Special Plentiful Foods Program. PF-30. 4 pp.
Freezing Sweetpotatoes in School Lunch Kitchens. AMS-10&8 2 pp.
Telling the Story School Lunch and School Milk. AMS-104. 8 pp.
Fruits and Vegetables
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MARKETING SERVICES (Con.
Fruits and Vegetables (Con.)
Unloads of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at Washington, D. C., 1955. (Supply limited.) 35 pp.
Official United States Standards for Grades of Carcass Beef.
Service and Regulatory Announcements
A.M.S. 99 (S.R.A.--A.M.S. 99). (Issued June 1926; reprinted, with amendments, June 1956.) 12 pp.
The Role of Livestock Market News in a Free Pricing Economy. (Statement by Gerald Engelman,
Head, Livestock Section, Marketing Research Division, AMS, to the Beef Cattle Breeders' and
ferds.men's Short Course, Gdinesville, Fla,, April 12, 1956.) 4 pp.
Market News Offices. ..Location, Commodities, Officials in Charge. AMS-76 (Revised). 11 pp.
The Changing Agricultural Situation. (Summary of comments by Oris V. Wells, Administrator, Agri-
cultural Marketing Service, before North Atlantic Regional Conference on Agricultural Education,
Wilmington, Delaware, April 9, 1956.) 13 pp.
Supplement to List of Plants Operating Under the Poultry and Poultry Products Inspection and Grad-
ing Programs, Revised February 1956 (AMS-15). (Supplement No. 1.) 4 pp.
SRe on T Statistics, 1955. Statistical Bulletin No. 169. 70 pp.
Annual Report on Tobacco Statistics, 1955. Statistical Bulletin No. 169. 70 pp.
eness Relationship of Raw Wool,
Top, Noil, and Percent Noilage. AMS-82. 9 pp.
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