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MAY 1974


PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING MARCH-APRIL


FARMERS' BULLETINS
Father-son agreements for operating
farms. (F 2179) 18 p. 30<.
This slightly revised bulletin de-
scribes the kinds of agreements that
father and sons can make for opera-
ting farms-project, enterprise, wage
and income-sharing and joint-operation
agreements. It discusses the factors
that should be considered and decisions
that should be made before an agree-
ment is drawn up. It also tells how to
draw up the agreement and explains
some of the tax considerations.
HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
Ants in the home and garden: How to
control them. (G 28) 8 p. 250.
This revision tells how to locate the
ant nest-the first step in the control
of ants in the home, in lawns, and in
gardens. Next, it explains how to get
rid of infestations by the proper ap-
Office of Communication.

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plication of chlordane and other insecti-
cides. Finally, it explains precautions
that should be taken in the handling
of insecticides.
Protecting home-cured meat from in-
sects. (G 109) 6 p. 250.
This revised bulletin describes insects
that commonly attack home-cured
meat, and it tells how they may be
controlled. The insects discussed are
cheese skippers, mites, red-legged ham
beetles, and larder beetles. The bulle-
tin describes preventive measures that
will control the insects and mites and
lists precautions in the use of insecti-
cides.
Lamb in family meals: A guide for
consumers. (G 124) 21 p. 30.
Once a seasonal meat served chiefly
in spring, juicy and flavorful lamb is
now available throughout the year.
Lamb, like other meats, is rich in es-
sential body-building protein, in iron.


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BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Your money's worth in foods
Home and Garden Bulletin No. 183
This revised bulletin provides the homemaker with basic information
essential to planning and purchasing food for good nutrition. It tells
how to plan well-balanced meals within various food budgets and sug-
gests reasonable amounts to spend for food. The bulletin also provides
meal planning guides, food shopping tips, and tools for comparing costs
of food.








and in the B vitamins. This revision
provides consumers with tips on select-
ing quality lamb, help in estimating
how much lamb to buy to feed a family,
a guide to storing lamb, directions and
timetables for cooking lamb, and main
dish recipes featuring lamb. The bul-
letin also contains illustrations to help
consumers identify lamb cuts they are
likely to find in retail markets.
Your money's worth in foods. (G 183)
28 p. 50.
See Bulletin of the Month.
LEAFLETS
The fowl tick: How to control it. (L
382) Folder. 250.
This publication describes the fowl
tick (also called the bluebug or chicken
tick), which injures poultry by sucking
blood. It prefers chickens, but also
attacks other poultry, chieflly turkeys,
and occurs mostly in southern States.
Heavy infestations can kill fowl. The
leaflet explains identification, and gives
control methods by the use of insecti-
cides, sanitation, and management.
Growing black walnuts for home use.
(L 525) 9 p. 250.
This leaflet describes improved varie-
ties of black walnut trees, and dis-
cusses when, where, and how to plant
them, how to space and care for them,
how to improve the soil, and instruc-
tions on how to harvest the nuts. The
discussion includes the control of
diseases and insects.
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC
REPORTS
Farmland tenure patterns in the United
States. (AER 249) 46 p. 85.
Farming in the city's shadow. (AER
250) 13 p. 35 .
Income of farm wageworker households
in 1971. (AER 251) 50 p.
U.S. peach industry. Part 2. An inter-
regional competitive model for canned
peaches. (AER 253 Part 2) 32 p.
AGRICULTURE INFORMATION
BULLETINS
Fats in food and diet. (AB 361) 10 p.
25. FOR SALE ONLY.
Science for living: A report on progress
from agricultural research. (AB
363) 68 p. $1.45. FOR SALE ONLY.
Cooking for small groups. (AB 370)
22 p. 300.
AGRICULTURE HANDBOOKS
Guidelines for the chemical control of
plant diseases and nematodes. (AH


378) 3.11.1 p. Subscription Only.
$13.00 Domestic, $16.25 Foreign.
Subscribers to this handbook will re-
ceive the updated pages as they are
printed. FOR SALE ONLY.
Sources and management of micro-
organisms for the development of a
fermentation industry. (AR 440) 38
p. 600. FOR SALE ONLY.
Growing sour cherries. (AH 451) 36 p.
400. FOR SALE ONLY.
The principal laws relating to Forest
Service activities. (AH 453) 265 p.
$2.35. FOR SALE ONLY.
Potatoes and sweetpotatoes: Usual
dates for planting, harvesting, mar-
keting. (AH 460) 19 p. 300.
MARKETING RESEARCH REPORTS
A dairy products distribution facility:
Layout and operating methods.
(MRR 990) 13 p. 30#. FOR SALE
ONLY.
Standardization of shipping containers
for fresh fruits and vegetables.
(MRR 991) 118 p. $1.45. FOR SALE
ONLY.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Agriculture in the United States and
the People's Republic of China, 1967-
71. (FAER 94) 39 p.
Elm sawfly. (FPL 142) 6 p. 250. FOR
SALE ONLY.
Plant morphogenesis as the basis for
scientific management of range re-
sources: Proceedings of the workshop
of the United States-Australia Range-
lands Panel, Berkeley, Calif., March
29-April 5, 1971. (M 1271) 232 p.
$2.30. FOR SALE ONLY.
Product examination service-Reports
on the condition of meat. (MB 55)
Folder. 250.
Poultry and egg statistics through
1972. (SB 525) 61 p. $1.05.
Poultry market statistics, 1973: An-
nual summary. (SB 527) 53 p.
Index-Catalogue of medical and veteri-
nary zoology: Special Publication No.
3. Ticks and Tickborne diseases. 1.
Genera and species of ticks. Part
1. Genera A-G. 429 p.
Index-Catalogue of medical and veteri-
nary zoology: Special Publication No.
3. Ticks and Tickborne diseases. I.
Genera and species of ticks. Part
2. Genera H-N. 593 p.
Index-Catalogue of medical and veteri-
nary zoology: Special Publication No.
3. Ticks and Tickborne diseases. I.
Genera and species of ticks. Part
3. Genera O-X. 329 p.






SOIL SURVEY REPORTS
Soil surveys are available from the
State Soil Conservation Office.
Tahoe Basin Area, California and Ne-
vada. 84 p. + 11 map sheets.
SCS-USDA, P. 0. Box 1019
Davis, California 95616
Montgomery, Toombs, and Wheeler
Counties, Georgia. 63 p. + 72 map
sheets.
SCS-USDA, P. 0. Box 832
Athens, Georgia 30601
Island of Hawaii, State of Hawaii.
114 p. + 195 map sheets.
SCS-USDA, 440 Alexander Young
Bldg.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Calloway and Marshall Counties, Ken-
tucky. 82 p. + 89 map sheets.
SCS-USDA, 333 Waller Avenue
Lexington, Kentucky 40504
Emmet County, Michigan. 99 p. + 45
map sheets.
SCS-USDA, 1405 Harrison Road
East Lansing, Michigan 48823
Pontotoc County, Mississippi. 72 p.
+ 39 map sheets.
SCS-USDA, P. 0. Box 610
Jackson, Mississippi 39205
Harding County, New Mexico. 110 p.
+ 63 map sheets.
Lea County, New Mexico. 89 p. + 169
map sheets.
SCS-USDA, P. 0. Box 23107
Albuquerque, New Mexico 8710'


Fayette County, Ohio. 82 p. 52 map
sheets.
SCS-USDA, 3rd & State Streets
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Davison County, South Dakota. 70 p.
+ 32 map sheets.
Lake County, South Dakota. 78 p.
44 map sheets.
SCS-USDA, P. 0. Box 1357
Huron, South Dakota 57350
Meigs County, Tennessee. 71 p. + 35
map sheets.
SCS-USDA, 561 U.S. Court House
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Columbia County Area, Washington.
88 p. -+ 51 map sheets.
SCS-USDA, 360 U.S. Courthouse
Spokane, Washington 99201
TECHNiCAL BULLETiNS
Seed characteristics of 42 economi-
cally important species of Solonaceae
in the United States. (T 1471) 33
p. 65(-. FOR SALE ONLY.
Effect of environment on glycoalkaloid
content of six potato varieties at 39
locations. (T 1472) 30 p. 60(. FOR
SALE ONLY.
Kenaf leaf development and stem
height: Index of crop yield in the
United States. (T 1447) 30 p. 35u.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Estimating the income supplement in
farm program payments. (T 14(92)
15 p.


Note: Single copies of publications other than those listed FOR SALE ONLY
may be obtained free as long as the supply permits from the Office of Communi-
cation, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20230. Prices are given
for the convenience of persons desiring to purchase these publications in quanti-
ties and for those who make frequent purchases of government publications. All
remittances should be sent to the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.


ORDER BLANK. Detach and return to Office of Communication, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Write or print name and address plainly
on the other side. Order not more than 10 publications.


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E L 525


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LI G 124


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PERIODICALS
For subscription prices write to the
Superintendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
20402, for a copy of Price List 36,
Government Periodicals.
Agricultural Research.
Agricultural Science Review.
Agricultural Situation.
Agriculture Decisions.
Extension Service Review.
Farm Index.
Fire Management.
Food and Nutrition.
Foreign Agriculture.
News for Farmer Cooperatives.
Soil Conservation.
SLIDE SETS AND FILMSTRIPS
The following materials are available
by purchase only. Purchase slide sets
from Photography Division, Office of
Communication, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Order filmstrips from Photo Lab, Inc.,
3825 Georgia Ave., N.W., Washington,
D.C. 20011. Narrative guides for lec-
ture notes accompany each.
Trends in agriculture and related sub-
jects. A-55. Released 1973. 186
frames. $25.00.
One hundred and eighty-six self-
explanatory color slides from charts
and graphs developed by the U.S. De-
partment of Agriculture for its annual
Agricultural Outlook Conference. In-
clude them in any talk you give about
agriculture, population and rural de-
velopment, today's family, food prices,
medical care prices, children's clothing
budgets, foreign policy and trade, or
the domestic situation-such as land
and its use, marketing developments,
and farm inputs, outputs, and costs.


The peaceful revolutionists. C-191.
Released 1973. 195 frames. Slide
set $50.00. Filmstrip $20.00. Price
includes cassette.
Discusses food prices, living stan-
dards, and tells what took place in ag-
riculture and related fields over the
past 25 years to produce a revolution
that has freed the American public
from the need to grow its own food.
What's happening to food prices? C-
192. Released 1973. 153 frames.
Slide set $35.00. Filmstrip $15.00.
Price includes cassette.
This presentation gives detailed in-
sight into the situations that have led
to the current high food prices.
Selecting and buying food for the young
family. C-121. Released 1966. 36
frames. Slide set $13.00. Filmstrip
$5.50.
A guide to a homemaker in deciding
how to serve the most nourishing meals
to her family. It also gives helpful
hints on how to economize on the
family budget while shopping for gro-
ceries.
MOTION PICTURES
For purchase information write to
the Motion Picture Service, Office of
Communication, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
The big gamble. B/w. Released 1953.
TV. 15%/ minutes.
A dramatic picture showing the
farmer's struggle against the forces of
nature in the production of crops and
how the Federal All-Risk Crop Insur-
ance program eases the financial bur-
den when crop failure strikes. This
picture will appeal to all groups-city
dwellers and farmers alike.


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
WASHINGTON. D. C. 20250
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