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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FARMERS'


BULLETINS


.232 Okra: Its culture and uses.


1027 Strawberry culture:


Western United States.


i23 Tobacco curing.
l71 Tobacco culture.


576 Breeds of sheep for the farm.
MT8 The making and feeding of silage.
6013 Goldenseal under cultivation.
9 Breeds of draft horses.
yFoot-and-mouth disease.
R4 Squab raising.
P85 The native persimmon.
f697 Duck raising.
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739 Cutworms and their control in corn and other


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S767 Goose raising.


1028 Strawberry culture: Eastern United States.
1030 Feeding horses.
1043 Strawberry varieties in the United States.
1045 Laying out fields for tractor plowing.
1054 The loco-weed disease.
1053 Country hides and skins: Skinning, curing, and
marketing.
1057 Cattle-fever Licks and methods of eradication.
1059 Sweetpotato diseases.
1060 Onion diseases and their control.


1068 Judging beef cattle.
1069 Tuberculosis in livestock.


1132


treatment of farm timbers.


Planning the farmstead.


1134 Castrating and docking lambs.


1146 Dourine of horses.


776 Growing cherries east of the Rocky Mountains.
798 The sheep tick and its eradication by dipping.
803 Horse-breeding suggestions for farmers.
|810 Farm equipment for farm sheep raising.
840P Fanr sheep raising for beginners.
|849 Capons and caponizing.
887 Raspberry culture.
891 The corn root aphis and methods of controlling it.
909 Cattle lice and how to eradicate them.
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900 Milk goats.
5The Southern corn rootwormn and farm practices
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6,52 Breeds of light horses.
1 Transferring bees to modern hives.
S1 The control of the clover-flower midge.


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O Cooling milk and cream on thbe farm
o The spinose ear tick and methods of treating
:. infested animals.
S Larkspur or "poison wed."
- Growing fruit for home use.


1148 Cowpcas: Culture and varieties.
1153 Cowpeas: Utilization.
1161 Dodder.
1162 Proso or hog millet.
1179 Feeding cottonseed products to livestock.
1181 Raising sheep on temporary pastures.
1184 Ginseng culture.
1186 Pork on the farm: Killing, curing, and canning.
1199 Judging sheep.
1203 The angora goat.
1210 Measuring and marketing farm timber.
1246 The peach borer: How to prevent or lessen its


ravages;


the paradichlorobenzene treatment.


3249 Olive growing in the southwestern United States.
1253 Seed peas for the canner.


1256 Slash pine.
1263 Stored-grain pests.
1263 Breeds of swine.
1267 U utilization of flue-heated tobacco barns for sweet-
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1341 Mule production.
1355 Blackleg: Its nature, cause, and prevention,
1357 Castration of hogs.
1366 Production of maple sirup and sugar.
1368 Breaking and training colts.
1369 Bridge grafting.


1372 Plum and prune growing in the Pacific States.
1377 Marketing poultry.


1378 Marketing eggs.


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1380 Apesolt and its control.
1381 Herbaceous perennials.
1300 Vegetable steds for the home and market garden.


1391 The guinea fowl.


1398 Currants and gooseberries: Their culture and r-la-
tion to white-pine blister rust.
1405 The ivndbrepk as a farm asset.
1412 Care and management of dairy bulls.
1414 DeBtea the fThar Slaughtering cutting, curing.
1418 Lettuce growing in greenkos
S1419 Care and manager otm work horses.
S1422 Udder diseases of dairy cow
S1423 Prepariation of ocabage for oma
14$6 Farm~plumbing
1429 Emmer and spet
1433 Cultivated grasses ofsecaryinpoa~a
1437 Swine prodnetmaL
1438 Making fermented pikla.
1439 Diseases of cabbage and related plea ts
1442 Storage of sweetpotatoea
1443 Daiy cattle brends
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1452 Painigen te br.
1454 Home utilization of musconai umpu ae

1455 Fitting, showing, and judging hogs.
1459 Selling black walnut timber.
1460 Simple plumbing repairs in the home.


1470 Care and management of dairy cows.
1 4 ~ir moal from fabrics: Home methods.
1A48 The ever leaf weevil and its control.
1487 Practical hog houses.
1488 Diseases of raspberries and blackberries.
1490 Hog-lot equipment.
149'4 Tobacco cutworms and their control


1497 Methods and equipment for home laundering.
1501 Nut tree propagation.


1538 Incubation and brooding of ohiekee.
1539 High-grade alfalfa hay: Methods cC


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1548 The European corn borer: Its present Stafglh
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1549 Feeding cattle for beef.
1554 Poultry houses and fixtures.


1563 Cucumber growing.


1566 The sorghum midge, with suggestions for o&eti


1567 Propagation of trees and shrubs.


1572 Making cellars dry.


1584 Feed-lot an'd ranch equipment for beef cattle.
1596 Cattle grubs or heel flies with suggestions afor t
control.
1599 Scab of wheat and barley and its control.


1600 Dehorning, castrating,
beef cattle.


branding, and m


1607 The nematode disease of wheat and rye.
1610 Dairy farmming for beginners.
1614 Business records for poultry keepers.


1619 Sorgo


for sirup production: Culture, bar


and handling.


1624 Mexican bean beetle in the East and its cant
1625 Tick fever.
1626 Feeding dairy cows.
1627 The hessian fly and how lmsse rutnji
avoided.
1629 Steam sterilization of soil for tobacco and ot
crops.
1632 Karakul. sheep.
1634 Growing sweet corn for the cannery.


1637 Sugar-beta cume inth.
States.


~ 1642 Chalcid control in alfalfa-seed production.


1643 Fire safeguards for the farm.


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1651 Corn earworm as an enemy of field corn in


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162 DTisefases and3 JralstLs opoanltra.
1656 Peanut growing.
1660 The use of logs and poles in farm constructlIh
1663 Winter legumes for green manure hi-the Coti
Belt.
1671 Shortleaf pine. .


1673 The farm garden.
1675 Care of milk utensils on the farm.


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I Adobe or san-dried brick for farm buildings.
: Determining the age of farm animals by their
teeth.
SFeeding, care, and management of young dairy
stock.


7 Selecting hens for egg production.


Flax-fiber production.


f"SO Rabbit production.
A2731 Alfalfa varieties in the United States.
&73n Growing barley for malt and feed.
1734 Making American cheese on the farm for home


consumption.


1735 Pea diseases and their control.


1833 Farm fences.
1884 Housecleaning management and methods.
1837 Cotton shirts for men and boys.
1840 Kudzu for erosion control in the Southeast.
1844 The culture and use of sorghums for forage.
1852 Lespedeza culture and utilization.


1854 Diseases


of nee.


1855 Culture, diseases, and pests of the box tree.
1858 Electric motors for the farm.
1859 Stock-water developments: Wells, springs, asd
ponds.


1860 Gladiolus diseases


and insects.


1863 The turnip aphid in the Southern States and
methods for its control.


$1736 Anthrax.
H738 Farmhouse plans.


.1739 Pear growing in the Pacific Coast States.


1865 Closets and storage


spaces.


1869 Foundations for [arm buildings.
1870 Pruning hardy fruit plants.


.1740 Vetch culture and uses.


1872


House plants.


.1741 Bur-clover cultivation and utilization.
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1873 Slip covers for furniture.


1743 Hot beds and coldframes.


1875 Mushroom gro


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:1744 The what and how of hybrid corn.


1878 Bacterial


will of corn.


.1749 Modernizing farmhouses.


21750 Summer crops for green manure and soil improve-


meant.


1881 Potato diseases and their control.
1885 Treatment of white pines infected with blister
rust.


I. 1751 Roof coverings for farm buildings and their repair.
1753 Livestock for small farms.
1.754 Care and repair of mowers and binders.


1756 Selection of lumber


for farm and home building.


1886 The beet


leafhopper.


1888 Poultry cooking.
1889 Fireplaces and chimneys.
1891 Diseases of strawberries.


'1761 Harvesting with combines.


I.1764 Growing and feeding grain sorghums.


1769 Dairy cattle judging.


'1770 High grade timothy and clover hay: Methods of
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fl72 Use of concrete on the farm.
2779 Beef-cattle breeds for beef and for beef and milk.
782 Indicators of southwestern rang conditions.
?783 Indicators of southwestern range conditions.


1893 Pruning Southern pines.
1894 Coat making at home.
1895 Land slugs and snails and their control.
1896 Care of damaged shade trees.
1897 Establishing and managing young apple orchards.
1898 Hedge plants for the Northern Great Plains.
1901 Production of tomatoes for canning and manu-
facturing.


1785 Muscadine grapes.


1903


Sugar-beet culture in


the Inter-mountain area


:787 Internal parasites of swine.


with curly


top resistant varieties.


789 Terracing for soil and water conservation.
790 The Nichols terrace: An improved channel-type
terrace for the Southeast.


1904 Potato production in the Southern states.


1906 Insect pests of stored rice


1907 Equipment and


methods


and their control.


for harvesting


.791 Farm production of sorgo sirup.


woodland products.


'96 Handling and preparing
food.


the kieffer pear for use as


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1908 Meat for thrifty meals.


1910 Ladino white clover for the Northeastern State.
1911 Preventing damage to buildings by subterranean
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1928 Mormon crickets and


their control.


19?9 Persian clover.
19:1 Care and use of rope on the farm.
1932 Preervato of egeables by salting or bringing.
1932 Preservation of vegerables by sailing or brmmig.


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1o4 Tomato diseases,
)935 Hemp.


93 Grapes for different regions.
1939 Home stoa4s of vegetales a fruits.

1941 Grow disease-resistant oats.
1943 Diseases of sheep and goats.


1944 Sewing machines: Cleaning and adjusting.


1946 Lupines: New legumes for the South.
194 7 Disease-resistant and hardly ts for the Soaih.


1948 Sagebrush burning-good and bad.
1949 Yndging conditions and utilization of short-grass
ranges, on the Central Great Plains.
1950 Sewagerid garbage disposal on the farm.
1951 Blueberry growing.
1952 Control of flue-ueared tobacco root diseases by
Crop rotation. ,


194 Making a dress at home.
19i5 Ohion-set production.


1957 Cauliflower and broccoli varieties and culture,


. 1958 Potato


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North Central States.


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1960 Sarpet and rug repair.
1961 (Getting started in farming.
196 Useful records for family farms.
1963 Dresses and aprons for work in the home.
1904 Fittg dresss.
195 Planning the farm for profit and stability.


1966 Part-time farming.


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1972 Poison-ivy, poison-oak, poison
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1974 The Dairy-Herd-Improvement Associatiz-y
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1975 Farm buildings from home-grown timber inm .the
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1976 Handling and storing soft orn on the f-
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 nse.
1981 Strip cropping for conservation an dproductifm.
1982 When drought returns to the eat Plains.
1982 When drought returns to the Great Plains.


1981 Modcri


t.:rpentining practices.


1985 Seed for regrassing Great Plains areas.
1986 Potato storage.
1987 Common diseases of important shade trees.
1988 Mint (arming.
1989 Managing the small forest.
1991 The use of disinfectants on the farm.
1992 Disk plows and their operation.


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in the Central


Piedmont, and


Southern Appalachian regions.
1995 rowing ereat and trafilinlab

1996 Orowing dry beans in the Western States.
1997 Stubble-mulch farming to hold soil and water.
1998 SBelecting dairy cattle on the basis of type and
Production records.
1999 Production of drug and condiment plants.
200 1 Wodneinxg cigar tobacco in Pennsylvania,
2003 Leguue inoculation: What it is, what it does.


2004 Controlling


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the Japanese beetle.


4-D safely.


2007 Mixgng fertilizers on the-farm.


1967 Reduceing damage to tees rom construction wor.


1968 Pattern alteration.


1970 Conserving soil and moisture in orchards and
vineyards. .


2009 Storage of small grains and shelled corn on the
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2010


Storage of ear corn on the farm.


2011 Turkey on the table the year round.


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2 Cutworms in the garden.
13 Sheep And goat lice and methods of control and
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29 The fal woods: A savings bank paying


interest.


34 Trichinosis: A disease caused by eating raw pork.


aR M~i Tintaini thlvhealth of livest.oek in transit_


90 Rockeries.
102 Eradicating tuberculosis from poultry and uwhS
104 Crested wheatgrass.
107 The barrel seed scarifier.
113 Honey and some of its uses.


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.Protuetion of eggplant.
V.'roAuction of water cress.
:rouctonof salsify or vegetable-oyutor.
f Production of parsley.
137 Rhubarb forcing.
l38& Production of garlic.
140 Produetfon of peppers.
.141 Production of pumpkins and squashes.
142 Production of turnips and rutabagas.
145 Clothes moths.
152 How to control fleas.
154 Production o[ parsnips.
156 Harvesting and selling seed of southern pines.
158 Quince growing.
*159 Planting southern pines.
160 Crimson clover.

163 Legumes in soil conservation practices.
172 Why fruit trees fail to bear.
173 The bud-graft method of propagating Viaifera grape
:varieties on roorstocks.


176 Strawberry clover.


177 The pasteurization of milk.
178 Dwarf fruits.


214 Plowing terraced land.
215 How to graze blue grams on southwestern ranges.
216 Cotton-gin maintenance.
217 Cotton ginning for pure seed preservation.


218 The home fruit garden in
Middle Atlantic States.
220 Storage of vegetable seeds.


222 The home fruit garden


the East Central and


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Plains, Northern Mountain, and Intermountain
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223 Growing field beans in humid areas.
226 The pepper weevil.
228 Nodular worm disease of sheep.


229 The potato


leafhopper: A pest of alfalfa in the


Eastern States.
233 Selecting breeding stock for broiler production.
234 Control of Mesquite on Southwestern ranges.
235 Preventing insect damage in home-dried fruits.
236 Preventing damage to commercial dried fruits by
the raisin moth.
237 Control of mole crickets by use of poisoned baits.
239 Moderate grazing pays on California annual-type


ranges.


240 Kobe, a superior lespedeza.
241 Preventing cotton-press damage.


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How to keep and ib'rease black grams on South-


western ranges.


Drying seed cotton.


Cankerworms.


184 The elm leaf beetle.
185 Elm bark beetles.
187 Blight of pears, apples, and quinces.
189 Psocids, annoying house pests.
192 Centipedes and Millipedes in the home.
195 Mealworms.
197 Powdery mildew of ornamental plants..
199 Gardenia culture.
060 Culture of orchids.
307 Controlling gapeworms in poultry.
210 Pricklypear control on short-grass range hn the
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213 Sour Cream: How to prepare and use it at home.


243 Sphagnum


244 Community


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seed germination.


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.


248 Bicolor lespedeza for quail and soil conservation in
the Southeast.
249 What is a conservation farm plan?
250 Hamster raising.
251 Child's sell-help overall.


252 The guinea pig.


253 Raising laboratory mice and rats.
254 Using tall fescue in soil conservation.
255 Dresses designed for little girls.
259 How to build a farm pond.
204 Know your butter grades.


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