States Department of Agric
NTIjY liST OF PUBLICATION
I mJULY 1951
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publications to defray postage charges, to the Superintendent oume
2mg Office, Washington 25, D. C.
ertilizer shall I use? Charles E. Kellogg. Bureau of Plant In-
3, and Agricultural Engineering. 6 p., folder. (L 307.) Formerly
18. Price 50.
HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
tables in town and city. Victor R. Boswell and Robert E. Wester.
lant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. [401 p., illus.
merly issued as M 538. Price 20.
proved in Dairy-Herd-Improvement Associations, 1951. Bureau
Iustry. 218 p. (AH 21.) Price 500. FOR SALE ONLY.'
id cleaning grass and legume seed in the Western Gulf region.
olf. Soil Conservation Service. 106 p., illus. (AH 24.) Price 650.
AGRICULTURE INFORMATION BULLETINS
of cottonseed. Marion E. Whitten. Production and Marketing
on. 66 p., illus. (AB 39.) Price 35. FOR SALE ONLY.1
by Chicago bakers. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 87 p.
rice 504. FOR SALE ONLY.1
by farmers in the North Central region. W. N. Starkey, 0. C.
L. F. Herrmann. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 42 p., illus.
rice 254. FOR SALE ONLY.1
of America north of Mexico-Synoptic catalog. C. F. W.
Karl V. Krombein, and Henry K. Townes. Bureau of Entomology
quarantine. 1420 p. (AM 2.) Price $4.00. FOR SALE ONLY.1
ig methods and costs. Robert E. Marx and James W. Birkhead.
agricultural Economics. 122 p., illus. (C 868.) Price 304.
sects in stored and manufactured tobacco. Joseph N. Tenhet
3are. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 32 p., illus.
ze (paratuberculosis) of cattle. Aubrey B. Larsen. Bureau of
stry. 8 p., illus. (C 873.) Price 104.
Eleanor W. Clay, Office of Information.
e Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.
Use of honey bee. in alfalfa seed production. George H. Vanel
Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 11 p., illus. (C 876)
SERVICE AN REGULATORY MATERIAL
Notices of judgment under the Federal Insecticidde a
ticile Act. Production and Marketing Administration. Pp. 13-38.
Official United States standards for grades of lamb, yearling m
mutton carcasses. Production and Marketing Administration. 6
Official United States standards for grades of slaughter lambs,
and sheep. Production and Marketing Administration. 4 p.
Service and regulatory announcements. Bureau of Animal Industry.
Pp. 45-52. (SRA-BAI 530.) Price 50 a copy, 50 a year, domestic;
Morton County, North Dakota. M. J. Edwards and J. K. Ableiter.
Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering in cooperatio
North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station. Series 1936, No.
illus. Price $2.00.
Dairy breeding cooperatives: Their development, practices, an
Donald E. Hirsch and Irwin R. Hedges. Farm Credit Administn
p., illus. (FCA C 133.) Price 154.
Dairy statistics and related series. Bureau of Agricultural Econor
(SB 100.) Price 504. FOR SALE ONLY.'
Distribution of marketing and processing costs of cottonsee'
1948-49 compared with 1947-48. Calvin C. Spilsbury. Prod
Marketing Administration. 48 p., illus. Price 304. FOR SALE C
Farmers' cooperatives in our community. A. W. McKay. Farm
ministration. 37 p., illus. (FCA E 32.) Price 104.
Fluctuations in crops and weather, 1866-1948. Bureau of Agriev
nomics. 183 p. (SB 101.) Price $1.00. FOR SALE ONLY.'
Future farmers and co-ops. Farm Credit Administration. 32 p., il
Report on the Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1950. R. W.
Office of Experiment Stations. 214 p. Price 454. DI8TRU
Statistics on cotton and related data. Bureau of Agricultural Ecoa
p. (SB 99.) Price $2.00. FOR SALE ONLY.'
Wood used in manufacture, 1948. Gordon D. Merrick. Forest Bei
(FR 2.) Price 354. FOR SALE ONLY.'
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h. Vol. III, No. 3, July 1951. Price 204 a copy,
year, foreign.' #
tion. Vol. 35, No. 7, July 1951.
Price 50 a copy, 500 a
ns. Vol. 10, No. 4, April 1951. Price of single copy varies
. $4.00 a year, domestic; $5.00 a year, foreign.1
agriculture. Vol. 15, No. 7, July 1951.
a year, domestic; $8.00 a year, foreign.
Single copies vary
rice review. Vol. 22, No. 6, June 1951: Price 104 a copy, $1.00 a
3ic; $1.50 a year, foreign.
trol notes. Vol. 12, No. 3, July 1951.
tic; $1.00 a year, foreign.'
agriculture. Vol. XV, No. 7, July 1951.
,ic; $2.00 a year, foreign.'
ig activities. Vol. 14, No. 5, June 1951.
lic; $2.25 a year, foreign.
servation. Vol. XVI, No. 12, July 1951.
lic; $1.75 a year, foreign.'
v to the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Price 20 a copy, 754 a year,
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Price 154 a copy, $1.25 a year,
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and distributes motion pictures ou subjects with which the Departn
both sound and silent and are released in 16-mm. and 35-mm. width
are available from State film libraries; 35-mm. films are available only
They are lent to responsible agencies and persons or may be purtche
partment films may be obtained from 73 cooperating film libraries in
tones of Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
SELECTION OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Running time, 15 minutes. Released 1951.
This is a demonstration film showing the three points, need, q
for consumers to consider in buying fruits and vegetables.1U
rot s, celery, cabbage, citrus and other fruits as examples, the f
points of good "buymanship." Fred Cole, Massachusetts E
Marketing Specialist. does the demonstrating. (Available for
Extension Service film libraries, and for sale by United W
1445 Park Avenue, New York 29, N. Y., for approximately
THE TRIPLE THREAT OF BRUCELLOSIS. 3
also black and white. Running time 27 minutes.
announced in March 1951 issue.)
This picture, covering three phases of brucellosis as it atta
available for purchase from United WoId Films; color pr
$120; black and white prints, approximately $35.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
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Washington 25, D. C.
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