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List of available


FARMERS'


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LEAFLETS


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UNITED


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DEPARTMENT


AGRICULTURE


NOTE.


-The publicationJ on this list are available as of this date, February I,


Due to unforeseen demands certain numbers may not be on hand whe orders are received.


FARMERS'


232 Okra.


BULLETINS

1070 Fowl tick.


the farm.


578 The making and feeding of silage.
602 Production of clean milk.
663 Drug plants under cultivation.
666 Foot-and-mouth disease.


684 Squab raising.
685 The native persimmon.
697 Duck raising.
S713 Sheep scab.
S739 Cutworm coiitrol in corn and other cereal crops.
744 The preservative treatment of farm timbers.
750 Roses for the home.
S767 Goose raising.
779 How to select a sound horse.
781 Tuberculosis of hogs.
801 3ites and lice on poultry.
803 Home-breeding suggestions for farmers.
S 805 The drainage of irrigated farms.
S10 Equipmont for farm sheep raising.
831 The red Spider on cotton.
834 Hog cholera.
840 Farm sheep raising for beginners.
849 Capons and caponizing.
S875 Roughheaded cornstalk beetles.,
891 The corn r6ot aphis and methods of control
938 Apple bitter-rot and its control.
944 Garden webworm in alfalfa.
948 The rag-doll seed tester.
950 The Southern corn rootworm.
952 Breeds of light horses.
961 Trasferrng bees to modern hives.
971 The control of the clover-flower midge.
980 The spinose ear tick.
988 Larkspur or "Poison Weed."
999 Sweetpotato growing.
1 Growing fruit for home use.
1003 How to control billbugs.
1017 Catt le seab and methods of control.
~18 Hemorrhagic apticenia.
1025 The larger corn stalk-borer.
1028 Strawberry culture: Eastern United States.
1030 Feeding horses.


1045 Laying out fields for tractor plowing.
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576 Breeds of sheep for


1341


Mule production.


1355 Blackleg: Its nature, cause, and prevention.


1357 Castration of hogs.


1368 Breaking and training colts.
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1078 Harvesting and storing ice on the farm.
1085 HMbg lice and hog mange.
1094 The alfalfa caterpillar.
1097 Stable fly.
1117 Foirestry and farm income.
1126 Sudan grass.
1128 Control of aphids injurious to fruits.
1134 Castrating and docking lambs.
1135 The beef calf: Its growth and development.
1146 Dourine of horses.
1148 Cowpeas: Culture and varieties.
115T Aldike lover.
1156 Cowpeas* Utilization.
1160 Diseases of apples in storage.
1161 Dodder.
1162 Proso, or hog millet.
1171 Growing annual flowering plants.
1179 Feeding cottonseed products to livestock.
1184 Ginseng culture.
1186 Pork on farm: Killing, curing, and canning.
1199 Judging sheep.
1203 The angora goat.
1210 Measuring and marketing farm timber.
|217 The green-bug or spring grain-aphis.
1240 How to grow rice in the Sacramento Valley.
1249 Olive growing in the southwestern U. S.
1253 Seed peas for the canner.
1256 Slash pine.
1260 Stored grain pests.
1267 Utilization of flue-heated tobacco barns for sweets
potato storage.
1268 Sheep-killing dogs.
1269 Celery growing.
$275 Weevils in beans and peas.
1318 Greenhouse construction and heating,
1323 Wheat strawworm control.
1330 Parasites and parasitic diseases of sheep.
1334 Home tanning of leather and small fur skins;
1338 Tomatoes as a truck crop.






1396 The dasheen: A Southern root crop for home use
and market.
1398 Currants and gooseberries: Their culture and
relation to white-pine blister rust.
1405 The windbreak as a farm asset.
1409 Turkey raising.
1412 Care and management of dairy bulls.
1415 Beef on farm: Slaughtering, cutting, curing.
1418 Lettuce growing in greenhouses.
1419 Care and management of farm work horses.
1420 Handling rough rice to produce high grade
1426 Farm plumbing.


1429 Emmer and spelt.


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1437 Swine production. r
1454 Home utilization of muscadine grnaps, 4
1455 Fitting, showing, and judging hogs. ,
1474 Stain removal from fabrics: Home method&
1486 Long-leaf pine primer.
1487 Practical hog houses.
1488 Diseases of raspberries and blackberries.
1492 Arbor day: Its purpose and observance.
1499 The melon aphid and its control.


1501 Nut-tree propagation.
1503 The horse bots and their control- ,


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1504 Self-feeding versus hand-feeding sqws and littem.
1506 Standard breeds and varieties of chickens.
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1507 Standard breeds and varieties of chickens.


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ornamental, and miscellaneous classes.
1508 Poultry keeping in back yards.
1517 Loblolly pine primer.
1520 Soybeans: Culture and varieties.
1522 Home fruit garden on Northern Great Plains.
1524 Farm poultry raising.
1526 Clearing land of brush and stumps.
1527 Peach brown rot and scab.
1535 Farm horseshoeing.
1537 Johnson grass as a weed.
1538 Incubation and brooding of chickens.
1549 Feeding cattle for beef.
1554 Poultry houses and fixtures.
1563 Cucumber growing.
1567 Propagation of trees and shrubs.
1572 Making cellars dry.
1581 Oats in the North Central States.
1583 Spring-sown red oats.
1584 Feed-lot and ranch equipment for beef cattle.
1586 The Southern pine beetle.
1592 Beef production on the farm. ,
1599 The scab of wheat and barley.
1600 Dehorning, castrating, branding, and markMng
beef cattle.
1602 heed canary grass.
1605 Soybean hay and seed production.


1629 Steam striliation of soil for tobacco and other
crops.


1634 Growing weet mr for


1636 Farm bulk storage for small grains.
1637 Sugar-beet culture in the humid U. S.
1640 Fall-sown oat production.
1642 Chalcid control in alfalfa-seed production.
1643 Fire safeguards for the farm.
1651 Corn earworm as an enemyof field corn in the
Eastern States.
1652 Diseases and parasites of poultry.
1656 Peanut growing.
1668 The red harvester ant and how to subdue t.


1671 Shortleaf ppe.
1673 The farmnt garden .
1676 Lubricating oil sprlays for use on
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1677 Planting and care of lawns.


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1688 Insect enemies of the cotton plant.
1690 Plowing with moldboard plows.


1WDZ Bean diseases and tneir control.
1694 Dressing and packing turkeys for market
1699 Growing root crops for livestock,
1710 Range sheep production.
1711 Wheat smuts and their control
1713 The treatment of America foulbrood.
1714 Corn culture.
1718 Important sugar-beet byproducts.
1721 Determining age of farm animals by teeth
1722 Growing alfalfa.
1723 Feeding and care of young dairy stock.
1727 Selecting hens for egg production.
1728 Flax-fiber production.
1730 Rabbit production.
1731 Alfalfa varieties in the United States.
1732 Growing barley for malt and feed.
1734 Making American cheese on the farm.
1735 Pea diseases and their control.
1736 Anthrax.
1738 Farmhouse plans.
1740 Vetch culture and uses.
1741 Bur-clover cultivation and utilization.
1743 Hotbedsand ooldframes.
1744 The what and how of hybrid corn.
1745 Cotton diseases and methods of control.
1747 Flaxseed production in North Central St
1749 Modernizing farmhouses.
1753 Livestock for small farms.
1754 Care and repair of mowers and binders.
1756 Selection of lumber for farm and home.
1758 Cover crops for soil conservation.
1764 Growing and feeding grain sorghum.
1769 Dairy cattle judging.
1770 High-grade timothy and clover hay,
1772 Use of concrete on thefarm.


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The Kieffer pear for use as food.
Implements and methods of tillage to control soil
blowing on the northern Great Plains.
Common white grubs in cereal and forage crops.
Home-made jellies, preserves, and jams.
Making lime on the farm,
Modernizing cotton gins.
Culture and pests of field peas.
Grading wool.
Lamb and mutton on the farm.
Rice culture in the Southern States.
Soil defense in the Northeast.
Terrace outlets and arm drainageways.
Grading dressed turkeys.
Growing wheat In the eastern United State.
Mechanical milk cooling on farms.
Infectious anemia (swamp fever).
Seed corn.
Black Hills beetle: A serious enemy of Rocky
Mountain pine.
Care of ornamental trees and shrubs.
Insects and diseases of the pecan.
Cooperative dairy hull associations.
Farm fences.
Crops against the wind on the southern Great
Plains.
Growing buckwheat.
Cotton shirts for men and boys.
Electric light for the home.
The uses of alfalfa.
Kudzu for erosion control in the Southeast. "
The feeding of chickens.
The culture and use of sorghums for forage.
The liming of soils.
Supplemental irrigation.
Soil defense in the Pacific Southwest.
Useful and ornamental gourds.
Women's dresses and slips: A buying guide.
Lespedeza culture and utilization.
Classifying land for conservation farming.
Diseases of rice.
Culture, diseases, and pests of the box tree.
The Japanese beetle and its control.
Small irrigation pumping plants.
Electric motors for the farm.
Stock-water developments: Wells, springs, and
ponds.
Insect pests of the peach in the Eastern States.
Vegetable seed treatments.
The turnip aphid in the Southern States.
Closets and storagerspaees.
Wirewonnrm control on irrigated lands.
Sugar-beet culture tUder irrigation in the north-
ern Great Plains.
Wildlife management through Soil Conservation
farms in the Northeast.
Foundations for farm buildinREs.


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Harvesting cultivated cranberries.
Apple varieties and important producing sections
of the U. S.
Treatment of white pines infected with blister
rust.
The beet leafhopper.
Reducing losses from tree diseases in Eastern
forests and farm woodlands.
Poultry cooking.
Fireplaces and chimneys.
Control of insects and mites attacking narcissus
bulbs.
Pruning Southern pines.
Orape diseases and insects in eastern U. S.
Coat making at home.
Land diugs and snails and their control.
Hedg plants for the northern Great Plains.
Pastures to hold and enrich the soil.
Production of tomatoes for canning and manu-
facturing.
Varieties of spring wheat for the North Central
States.
Sugar-beet culture in the Intermountain Area.
Potato production in the Southern States.
Work clothes for women.
Empment and methods for harvesting farm
woodland products.
Meat for thrifty meals.
More food through conservation farming.
Ladino white clover for the Northeastern States.
Preventing damage to buildings by subterranean
termites and their control.
Diseases of swine.
Snap beans for marketing, canning, and freezing.
Beef cattle for breeding purposes.
Stubble mulch farming for soil defense.
Growing peas for canning and freezing.
Practical irrigation.
Kudzu as a farm crop.
ABC's of mending.
Preventing destructive fires in southern wood-
lands.
Cooperative management and marketing for the
woodland owner.
Mormon crickets and their control.
Persian clover.
Prevention and control of alfalfa weevil damage.
Care and use of rope on the farm.
Preservation of vegetables by salting and brining.
Grapes for different regions.
Soybean diseases and their control.
Home storage of vegetables and fruits.
Woodlands in the farm plan.
Orow disease resistant oats.
Diseases of sheep and goats.
Sewing machines-cleaning and adjusting.
Pea anohid on neas and methods for its control.




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1954 Making


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1957 Cauliflower and brocolli varieties and culture.
1959 Sorghum diseases and their control.
1960 Carpet and rug repair.
1961 Getting started in farming.
1962 Useful records for family farms,
1963 Dresses and aprons for work in the home.
1964 fifting dresses.
1965 Planning the farm for profit and stability.


1966 Part-time farming.


1967 Reducing


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1968 Pattern alteration.
1969 Better farm leases.
1970 Conserving soil and moisture nrcc4cd# and
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1971 The pea weevil and methods for ita 1Qx t.
1973 Irrigated pastures for forage production and ,soil
conservation. ,
1974 The dairy-herd-improvement association program.
1975 Farm buildings from home-grown timber in the
SSouth.
1976 Handling and storing soft corn on the farm.
1977 Savory herbs culture and use.
1978 Safe water for the farm.
1979 Making and storing farm butter for home use.
1980 Crotalaria: Culture and utilization.
1981 Strip cropping for conservation and production.


126 Rhubarb production.
127 The culture of table beets.
129 Production and preparation of horseradish.
131 Production of eggplant.


135 Production of salsify or vegetable-oyster.
136 Production of parsley.
137 Rhubarb forcing.
138 Production of garlic.
139 Production of roselle.
140 Production of peppers.
141 Production of pumpkins and squashes,
142 Production of turnips and rutabhas.
144 Cockroaches and their control.
146 Bedbugs.
147 House ants.
148 When to cut rice.
149 Silverfish.
150 Carpet beetles.,
152 How to control fleas.
154 Production of parsnips.
155 Growing nursery stock of southern pines.
156 Harvesting and selling seed of southern pi
157 Prpduction of radishes.
158 Quince growing.
159 Planting southern pines.
161 The Eastern tent caterpillar.
163 Legumes in soil-conservation practices.


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2 Cutworms in the garden.
5 The prevention of roundworms in pigs.
13 Sheep and goat lice and methods of eradication.


168 Dual-purpose pines.
170 Date growing inthe United States.
171 The timothy crop.
172 Why fruit trees fail to bear.


174 Bean bacterial wilt.


23 Sweet clover.


175 Eradication


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29 The farm woods-A savings bank paying interest.
34 Trichinosis: A disease caused by eating raw pork.
38 Maintaining the health of livestock in tralisit.
43 Wild garlic and its control.
56 Preventing cracks in new wood floors.


72 Measuring hay in stacks.
74 Boning and stuffing lamb cuts.
84 Planting black walnut:
86 Protect hardwood stands from grazing.


88 Poisoning of livestock


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90 Rockeries.
93 Preparing wool for market.
93 Red-clover seed production in the Intermountain
States.
98 Red-clover failure in relation to anthracnose in
the southern part of the Clover Belt.
102 Eradicating tuberculosis from poultry and swine.
104 Crested wheatgrass.
107 The barrel seed scarifier.
108 Controlling kidney worms in swine.
112 Cooking American varieties of rice.


white pine regions.


176 Strawberry clover.
177 The pasteurization of milk.
178 Dwarf fruits.
179 The native papaw.
180 How to keep and increase black grama on soutk


western ranges.
181 Drying seed cotton.^
182 Housefly control.
183 Cankerworms.


184 The elm leaf beetle.
185 Elm bark beetles.
187 Blight of pears, apples, and quinces.
188 Protecting field borders.
189 Psocids.
192 Centipedes and millipedes in the house,
194 The oriental persimmon.
195 Mealworms.
196 Ryegrasses.
197 Powdery mildew of ornamental plants.
198 Cottonseed treatment.


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210 Prickly pear control on short-grass range in the
Central Great Plains.
211 Cotton from boll to bale.
212 The sand wireworm.
213 Sour cream: How to prepare and use it at home.
214 Plowing terraced land.
215 How to graze grama on Southwestern ranges.
216 Cotton-gin maintenance.
217 Cotton ginning for pure-seed preservation.
218 Home fruit garden in the East Central and Middle
Atlantic States.
219 Home fruit garden in the Southeastern and Central
SSouthern States.
220 Storage of vegetable seeds.
221 Home fruit garden in the Central Southwestern
States.
222 Home fruit garden in the Northern Great Plains.
Northern Mountain and Inter-Mountain States,
223 Growing field beans in humid areas.


224 Home fruit garden in the Pacific Coast States and
Arizona.
226 The pepper weevil.
227 Hpme fruit garden in the Northeastern and North
Central States.
228 Nodular worm disease of sheep.
233 Selecting breeding stock for broiler production.
234 Control of mesquite.
235 Preventing insect damage in home-dried fruits.
236 Preventing damage to commercial dried fruits by
Sthe raisin moth.
237 Control of mole crickets.
239 Moderate grazing pays on California annual-type
ranges.
240 Kobe, a superior lespedeza.
241 Preventing cotton-press damage.
242 The spruce budworm.


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