List of Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets available for distribution by members of Congress

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List of Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets available for distribution by members of Congress
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AGRICULTURE


7NorE.--The publications on this list are available as of hids date, March 75, 7957.
Because of unforeseen demands certain numbers may not be on hand when orders are received.


FARMERS'


BULLETINS


6S3.Tobacco curing.
571 T'Pobacco culture.
fl'- Sreeds of sheep for the farm.
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578 The making and feeding of silage.
613 Goldensmal under cultivation.
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S619 Breeds of draft horses.
66 Foot-andmouth disea.
684 Squab raising.
Bf .T-he native persimmnion.
697 Duck raising.
713 Sheep scab.
.749 .Cutworms and their control min corn and other
cereal crops.
S744 The preservative treatment of farm timbers.
767 Goose raising.
706 Growing cherries east of the Rocky Mountains.
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77 How to select a sound horse.
79&.The sheep tick and its eradication by dipping.
801 Mites and lice on poultry.
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893 omse-breeding suggestions for farmers.
S810 Farm equipment for farm sheep raising.
8S4 Hog cholera.
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840 Farm sheep raising for beginners.
849 Capons and caponling.
887 Raspberry culture.
B9t The corn root aphis and methodsof controlling it.
909 fCattle lice and how to eradicate them.
920 Milk goats. *
. 950 The Southern corn rootworm and farm practices
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* 95 Breeds of light horses.
9S1 Transferring.bees to modern hives.
971 The control o'the clover-flower midge.
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Hemorrhagic septicei
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The larger corn stalk-I
Strawberry culture:
Coast regions.
Strawberry culture: V
Strawberry culture: E
Feeding horses.
Strawberry varieties in
Laying out fields for tr
The loco-weed disease.


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Atlantic and


Western United States.
:astern UniLed States.


the United States.
actor plowing.


Country hides and skins: Skinning, curing, an
marketing.
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Cattle-fever ticks and methods of eradication.
Sweetpotato diseases.
Onion diseases and their control
Judging beef cattle.
Tuberculosis in livestock.
Sudan grass.
Planning the farmstead.
Castrating and docking lambs.
The Beef calf: its growth and development.
Dourine of horses.
Cowpeas: Culture and varieties.
Cowpeas: Utilization.
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Dodder.
Proso or hog millet.
Growing annual flowering plants.
Feeding cottonseed products to livestock.
Raising sheep on temporary pastures.
Ginseng culture.
Pork on the farm: Killing, curing, and canning.
Judging sheep.


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1497 Methods and equipment for home laundering.:


1268 Sheep-killing dogs.
1269 Celery growing.


1501 Nut tree propagation.


1275 Weevils in beans and peas.
17 S "The velvet bean.


1503 The horse bots and their control.


1504 Self-feeding versus hand-feeding sows and litters.


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1438 Making fermented pickles, .
1439 Diseases of cabbage and related plants.
1442 Storage of sweetpotatoes.


1443 Dairy cattle breeds.
1452 Painting on the farm.
1454 Home utilization of muscadine grapes.
1455 Fitting, showing, and judging hogs.
1459 Selling black walnut timber.
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1506 Standard


breeds and


varieties of chickens.


American, Asiatic, E english, and Mediterranean


Classes.
1507 Standard


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breeds and varieties of chickens. II.
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1508 Poultry keeping in back yards.
1512 Protection of buildings and farm property from
lightning.
1520 Soybeans: Culture and varieties.


1291 Preparation of fresh tomatoes for market.
1318 Greenhouse eonxitrtion and heating.
1330 Parasites and parasitic diseases of sheep.
1334 Hoe tanning of leather and small for skins.
1341 Mule production.
1355 Blackleg: Its nature, cause, and preveittioe
1357 Castration of hogs.
1366 Production of maple sirup and sugar.,
1368 Brtaking and training colts.
1369 Bridge grafting.
1372 Plum and prne growing in the Pacife States.
1378 Marketing eggs.
1380 Apple scald and its control.
1390 Vegetable seeds for the home and market garden,
1391 The guinea fowl.
1394 Watermelons.
1398 Currants and gooseberries: Their culture andrela-
tion to white-pine blister rust.
1405 The windbreak as a farm asset.
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1412 Care and management of dairy bulls.
1415 Beef on the farm: Slaughtering, cutting, cutting.
1418 Lettuce growing in greenhouses.
1419 Oare and management of farm work horses.
1422 Udder diseases of dairy cows.
1423 Preparation of cabbage for market.
1424 Making vinegar in the home and on the farm.
1426 Farm plumbing.
1429 Emmer and spelt.
1433 Cultivated grasses of secondary important.
1437 Swine production.


fruit garden on the Northern Great


Plains.


1524 Farm poultry raising.
1526 Clearing land of brush and stumps.
1527 Peach brown rot and scab.
1538 Incubation and brooding of chickens.
1539 High-grade alfalfa hay; Methods of producing,
baking, and loading for narakek
1548 The European corn borer: Its present status and
methods of control.
1549 Feeding cattle for beef.
1554 Poultry houses and fixtures.
1560 Preparing strawberries for market.
1563 3Oacumber growing.
1566 The sorghum midge, with suggestions for control.
1567 Propagation of trees and shrubs.
1572 Making cellars dry.
1583 Protection of log cabins, rustle work, and un-
seasoned wood from injurious insects.
1584 Feed-lot and ranch equipment for beef attle.
1590 Fire-protective construction on the farm.
1592 Beef production on the farm.
1596 Cattle grubs or heel flies with suggestions for their


control.
1599 Scab of wheat and barley and its control.
1600 Dehorning, castrating, branding, and marking
beef cat lie. E
1607 The nematode disease of wheat and rye.
1610 Dairy farming for beginners.
1614 Business records for poultry keepers.
1619 Sorgo for sirup production: Culture, harvesting,
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1642 Ghaldd control in alalfea-eed production.
1643 Fire safeguards for the farm.
1646 Asparagus culture.
1652 Diseases and parasites of poultry.
1656 Peanut growing.
1660 The use of logs and poles in farm construction.
1663 Winter legumes for green manure in the Cotton


1769 Dairy cattle judging.
1770 High grade timothy and clover hay: Methods of


producing,


baling.


and loadmg


market.


1772 Use of concrete on the farm.
1775 Homemade bread, cake and pastry.


1778 Fabrics and designs for children's


clothes.


1779 Beef-catue breeds for beel and for beef and milk.


Belt.


1782 Indicators


of southwesitrn


range


conditions.


1671 Shortleaf pine.
1673 The farm garden.
1675 Care of milk utensils on the farm.
1678 Safe use and storage of gasoline and kerosene on
the farm.


1785


Muscadine gropes.


1787 Internal


parasites of swine.


1789 Terracing for soil and water conservation.
1790 The Nieuhols lerrace: An improved channel-type
terrace for the Southeast.


1679 Popcorn.


1791 Farm production of


sorgo


sirup.


1690 Plowing with moldboard plows.
1692 Bean diseases and their controL
1710 Range sheep production.
1711 Wheat smuts and their control"
1713 The treatment of American fouibrood.


1796 Handling and preparing the Kieffer pear for use as
fold.
1800 Home-made jellies, jams, and preserves.
1801 Making lime on the farm.


1802 Modernizing


colton


gms.


1714 Corn culture.


1805 Grading wool.


1715 Methods and costs of husking corn in the field.
1720 Adobe or sun-dried brick for farm buildings.
1721 Determining the age of farm animals by their
teeth.


1807 Lamb and mutton on the


rarin.


1811 Control of insects attacking grain in farm storage.
1813 Prevention and control of gullies.
1814 Terrace outlets and farm drainageways.


1722 Growing alfalfa.


1815 Grading


dressed


turkeys.


1723 Feeding, care. and management of young dairy
stock.
1797 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 for home
consumption.


1818 Mechanical milk cooling on farms.
1819 Infectious anemia (swamp fever).


1820 Silos: Types and construction.
1822 Seed corn.
1824 The Black Hils beetle, a serious enemy of Rocky
Mountain pines.
1832 Farm fences.
1834 Housecleaning management and methods.
1837 Cotton shirts for men and boys.


1735 Pea diseases and their control.


1840 Kudmu


for erosion


control


in the Southeast.


1736 Anthrax.


1844 The culture and


use of sorghums for forage.


1738 Farmhouse plans.


1847 Rural


library


service.


1739 Pear growing min the Pacific Coast States.
1740 Vetch culture and uses.
1741 Bur-clover cultivation and utilization.
1.743 Hotbeds and coldframes.
1744 The what and how of hybrid corn.
1749 Modernizing farmhouses.
1750 Summer crops for green manure and soil improve-
ment.


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1850 The armyworm and its control.
1852 Lespedeza culture and utilization.
1854 Diseases of rice.


1855 Culture, diseases,


and pests of the box tree.


1858 Electric motors for the farm.
1859 Stock-water developments:


Wells, springs, and


ponds.
1860 Gladiolus diseases and insects.




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1875 Mushroom growing in the United States.
$876W Irrigation problems in citrus orchards.
1878 Bacterial wilt of corn.
Crolof insect-pestef grain in elevator storage.


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1889
1891


Potato diseases and their control.
The sugarcane lbrert :
Treatment of white pines infected with


Poultry cooking,


blister


Fireplacesand chimney
Diseases of strawberries.


1951 Blueberry growing.


1952 Control of flue-cured tobacco root diseases by scrop
rotation.
1953 Lettuce varieties and culture.
1954 Making a dress at home.
1955 Onion-set production.
1956 Growing the transplant onion crop,


1957 Cauliflower and broccoli varieties and culture.
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1958 Potato


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1960 Carpet and rug repair.


1892 Pruning Southern pines.
1894 Coat making at home.


s1895 Land slugs and snails and their control.
1896 dare of damaged shade trees.
1897 Establishing and managing young appleorchards
1898 Hedge plants for the Northern Great Plains.
1901 Production of tomatoes for canning and manu-
factring.


102 Varieties of spring wheat fr the North Central
States.
1 3 Sugar-beet culture in the Inter-mountain area
with curly top resistant varieties.
1904 Potato production in the Southern States.
1905 Work clothes for women.
1900 Insect pests of stored rice and their control.
1907 Equipment and methods for harvesting farn
woodland products.


1908B Meat for thrifty meals.
1910 Ladino white clove for the Northeastern States.
1911 Preventing damage to buildings by subterranean
termites and their control.
1914 Diseases of swine.
o916 Beef cattle for breeding purposes.
1920 Growing peas for canning and freezing.


1961 Getting started in farming.
1962 Useful records for family farms.


1963 Dresses and aprons for work in the home.
1964 Fitting dresses.
1965 Planning the farm for profit and stability.
19 Part-time farming.
1967 Reducing damage to trees from construction work.
1968 Pattern alteration.


1969 Better farm leases.
1974 Conserving soil and moisture in orchards and
:vineyards.
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1971 The pea weevil and methods for its control.
1973 Irrigated pastures for forage production and soil
coSservation.
1974 he CDIiry-Herd-Lmprovement Association Pro-
gram;
1975 Farm buildings from home-grown timber in the
South.
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.
S1981 Strip cropping for conservation and production.


192 Kudzu as a fari crop.


1925 ABC's


1982 When drought returns


of mending.


1928 Mormon crickets and their control.
1989 Persian clover.


to the Great Plains.


1983 Farm fishponds for food and good land use.
1984 Modern turpentining practices.
1985 Seed for regrassing Great Plains areas.


1931 Care an&use of rope on thelarm.
?98 Peservation of vegetablesby saltmg ot brining.
1934 Tomato diseases.


1935 Hemp,
1936 Grapes for different regions.


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1986 Potato storage.


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1987 Common diseases of important shade trees.
1988 Mint farming.
1989 Managing the small forest.
1990 Babits and control of the fall army worm.


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reducntion of drug ad codiment plants.
Tome vegetable gardening in the central and high
plains and mountain valleys.
reducingg cigar tobacco in Pennsylvania.
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servation.


aegume inoculation: What iris,


what it does.


2014 Kill barberry-bushes that spread stem rust to
grains.
2015 Ornamental woody vines for the Southern Great
Plains.


2016 Insurance for farmers.


2017


controllingg the Japanese beetle.
Isitig 2,' 4-D safely.
dixing fertilizers-on the farm.
egging farm crops in the Northeast.


2009 Storage of


small grains and sheUlled corn on the


farm,.
2010 Storage of ear corn on the farm.


. 2011 Turkey on the table


the year round.


2012 Control of the citrus rust mite.
2013 Containers in common use for fresh fruits and


Fire, windstorm, crop-hail,


liability and life.


Clean milk production.


2018 Control of nonsubterranean termites.
2019 Ornamental hedges tor the Central Great Plains.


2020 Commerctil


growing


and harvesting of


sweet-


potatoes.


2021 Peach growing east of the Rocky Mountains.
2022 Rice culture in California.


2023 Tobacco


diseases


and their control.


2021 Soybean producer ion for hay
3035 Ornamental shrubs for the S


and beans.


southern Great Plains.


vegetables.


LEAFLETS


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


128 Production of spinach.
129 Production and preparation of horseradish.
131 Production of eggplant.


134 Production of


water cress.


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 transit.
56 Preventing cracks in new wood floors.
69 Preservation of leather bookbindings.
72 Measuring hay in stacks.
74 Boning lamb cuts.
75 "Warts on cattle.
84 Planting black walnut.


135 Production of salsify or vegetable-oyster,
136 Production of parsley.
137 Rhubarb forcing.
138 Production of garlic.
140 Production of peppers.
141 Production of pumpkins and squashes.
142 Production of turnips and rutabagas.
144 Cockroaches and their control.
145 Clothes moths.


88 Poisoning of livestock


by plants that


produce


hydrocyanic acid.


90 Rockeries.
92 Preparing wool for market.
93 Red-clover seed production in the Intermountain
States.
102 Eradicating tuberculosis from poultry and swine.
104 Crested wbeatgrass.
107 The batrel eed scarifier.
108 Controlling kidney worms in swine in the Southern
States.
. 113 Honey and some of its uses.
* 114 Vine-mesqute for erosion control on Southwestern
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146 Bedbugs.


148 When to cut rice.


149 Silverfish.


151 Effects of feeds and saw speeds on cotton turn-out
and quality.
152 How to control fleas.
154 Production of parsnips.
156 Harvesting and selling seed of southern pines.
15S Quince growing.
159 Planting southern pines.
160 Crimson clover.
161 The eastern tent caterpillar.
163 Lerumes in soil conservation practices.


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180 How to keep and increase black grams on South-.
western ranges.

181 Drying seed cotton.

182 Housefly control.

183 Cankerworms.


185 Elm bark beetles.

187 Blight of pears, apples, and quince

189 Psocids, annoying house pests.
198 'The ryer s.

199 Gardena culture.


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07 Controlling gapeworms in poultry.


210 Pricklypear control on short-grass range mn the
Central Great Plains.

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210 Sour Cream: How to prepare and use it at home.

214 Plowing terraced lad.

215 How to ze blue gram on Southwestern ranges.

*18 Cotton-gin maintenames.
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217 Cotton ginning fotifrluehed preservation.

SX218 The borne frSit garden in he East Caitral and
Middle Atlantic States;

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32 The homa eilt garden in the


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2S3 Growing field beans ia humid areas.

22$4 The home fruit garden in the Pacific Coast States
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28 Nodular worm tdis of shee.
B33 Selecting breedinstock for broiler production.


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Preventing insect damage in home-dried fruits.
Preventing damage to commercial dried fruits by

the rain moth.
Control of mole crickets by use of poisoned baits.


2;S5 Moderate grazing pays on California annual-type


ranges.


2 40 Kobe. a superior lespedeza.

41 Preventing cotton-press damage.


S4 3 Sphagnum moss seed germination.
f& "Community forests for rural people.

245 Palpating domestic rabbits to determine pregnancy.

246 Safeguarding identification of cotton bales.

247 Soil moisture and wheat yields on the High Plains.


253 "Raising laboratory anee and rt:.it;.

854 Using tall fesoue in soil conservamn .

255 Dresses designed for little girls. ". .

256 Multiflora rose for living fences mad i


257 Grass waterways.


258 Streambank planting for erosi
Northeast.

259 How to build a farm pond.


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261 Egg dishes for any meal. .' .. :..

262 Cheese in your meals. -. .%

263 Recipes for evaporated apple ring. .. '':

264 Know your butter grades.

265 Control of white pine blister rust-a cooperatiW


effort to prevent damage to the


sources of the U. S. I
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266 Chinchilla raising.

267 Fur farming possibilities.


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268 Eat a good breakfast to start a good'


270 Horn flies enemies of cattle.


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271 Shopper's coat. .

272 Green vegetables in everyday meals.

273 Curing pork country style.....

274 Control of apple tree borers. -

275 How to use whole and nonfat dry milk.

276 Windbreaks and shelterbelts for the plains dt

277 Does farm timber growing pay in the South.

278 Tomatoes on your table. -

279 Chicken in the freezer.
280 Preventing black rot losses in sweetpotatoes.

281 Pointers on making good lawns. ,

282 Know your watersheds.

283 Fly control on dairy cattle and in dairy barns.

284 Protect your garden corn from earworma.

285 Four farmhouses for the South. -:

286 Prevent tanbark' deterioration. .

287 Farmhouse plans for minimum budgets. .-

288 National food guide. '

289 Money-saving main dishes. .
290 Protection of turf from damage by Japana .
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291 Horn fly control on beef cattle. :-J
202 RHusian-oliv---for wildlife and feld.lnd4 n-m."


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