Monthly list of publications and motion pictures

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Title:
Monthly list of publications and motion pictures
Physical Description:
21 v. : 24 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher:
Dept. of Agriculture.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Frequency:
monthly

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Bibliography -- Catalogs -- United States   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Film catalogs -- United States   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Bibliography -- Catalogs   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Film catalogs   ( lcsh )
Publishers' catalogs -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
bibliography   ( marcgt )
catalog   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 1944-Jan./Feb. 1964.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 026845053
oclc - 02244457
lccn - 75648632
issn - 0360-9871
Classification:
lcc - Z5075.U5 U58
ddc - 016.3381
System ID:
AA00021347:00104

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UNTE STT S DEART EN OFAG IUTR












OCTOBER 1958


HOW TO ORDER: Publications will reach you sooner if you use the order
blank attached to page 3. Requests and remittances for publications listed
FOR SALE ONLY should be sent to the Superintendent of Documents, Gov-
ement Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. FOREIGN CORRESPOND-
ENTS SHOULD ADDRESS THEIR REQUESTS TOGETHER WITH RE-
MTrANCES AND ONE-FOURTH OF THE COST OF THE PUBLICA-
TIONS TO DEFRAY POSTAGE CHARGES TO THE SUPERINTENDENT
OF DOCUMENTS, GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON
25, D. C.

BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Shopper's Guide to U. S. Grades for Food
Home and Garden Bulletin 58
How shoppers can use U. S. grades in buying food is explained in this
new pamphlet. All the consumer grades for food, as well as some of the
wholesale grades, established by the Department, are given.

FARMERS" BULLETINS
Making and preserving apple cider. (F 2125.) Supersedes F 1264.
16 p., illus. James F. Robinson, C. F. Woodward, and C. H. Hills.
Agricultural Research Service. Price 10.
LEAFLETS
Soil treatment an aid in termite control. (L 324, revised.) 7 p., illus.
Forest Service. Price 54.
Anaplasmosis in cattle. (L 437.) [4] p., illus. Agricultural Research
Service. Price 50.
How to buy eggs by USDA grades and weight classes. (L 442.) Super-
sedes G 26. Folder, illus. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 50.
HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
Shopper's guide to U. S. grades for food. (G 58.) Supersedes M 553.
13 p., illus. Eleanor Ferris. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price
100. See above.
AGRICULTURE HANDBOOKS
Insecticides from plants: A review of the literature, 1941-1953. (AH
154.) 299 p. Martin Jacobson. Agricultural Research Service. Price
$1.50. FOR SALE ONLY.

Compiled by Eleanor W. Clay, Office of Information.
PUBLICATIONS FOR SALE ONLY, SEE HOW TO ORDER ABOVE.







AGRICULTURE INFORMATION BULLETINS
The Agricultural Research Center of the United States Department of
Agriculture. (AB 189.) Supersedes AH 43. 46 p., illus. Agricultural
Research Service. Price 30.
AGRICULTURE MONOGRAPHS
Hymenoptera of America north of Mexico--Synoptic catalg. (First
Sur.l1. to AM 2.) 305 p. Agricultural Research Service. Price $1.75.
FOP, SALE ONLY.
MARKETING RESEARCH REPORTS
Special studies of marketing costs and practices. (MRR 240.) 21 p.,
illus. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 15.
Handling bales of cotton in public warehouses-Methods and equipment.
(MRR 250.) 74 p., illus. Jo Brice Wilmeth and Charles D. Bolt.
Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 45.
Poultry availability and merchandising in retail stores. (MRR 265.)
49 p., illus. Robert W. Allewelt and Mardy Myers. Agricultural Mar-
keting Service. Price 35. FOR SALE ONLY.
Baby chick transportation problems and equipment. (MRR 267.) 20 p.,
illus. Russell H. Hinds, Jr. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 150.
Formula-feed warehousing costs: A study in improving efficiency in
marketing of farm feeds. (MRR 268.) 10 p., illus. V. John Brensike.
Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 10.
Consumers appraise canned and frozen foods, their packages and labels,
in Atlanta, Kansas City, and San Francisco. (MRR 270.) 77 p. Daniel
B. Levine. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 450.
Improved methods among wholesale food distributors for inventory con-
trol, sales accounting, and shipment of merchandise. (MRR 271.) 71 p.,
illus. Daniel J. Bartz and John C. Bouma. Agricultural Marketing
Service. Price 40.
Treatments for the protection of stored southern-grown corn from rice
weevil attack-exploratory tests. (MRR 272.) 20 p., illus. D. W.
LaHue, Herbert Womack, and B. W. Clements, Jr. Agricultural Market-
ing Service. Price 150.
Custom feed milling in the Midwest: Model plant operations, costs, and
charges. (MRR. 273.) 23 p., illus. Carl J. Vosloh, Jr., William R.
Askew, and V. John Brensike. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price
201.
Overseas ventilated-shipping tests with Florida oranges and grapefruit.
(MRR 274.) 20 p., illus. T. T. Hatton, Jr., and J. R. Winston. Agri-
cultural Marketing Service. Price 150.
Improved loading of baskets of peaches and fresh prunes in railroad
cars: A study of damage and cost reduction. (MRR 275.) 76 p., illus.
Ronald A. Shadburne. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 45.
Refrigeration and handling of two vegetables at retail-Green snap beans
and southern yellow summer squashes. (MRR 276.) 6 p., illus. Wil-
liam E. Lewis. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 100.
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Two-pen bull barn and lots, plan No. 5851. (M 769.) 1 sheet, illus.
Agricultural Research Service. Price 50.
Locust and other insect control in technical cooperation programs in the
Near East, South Asia, and Africa, 1951-1957. A report of the Regional
Insect Control Projet. (M 770.) 147 p., illus. Agricultural Research
Service in cooperation with International Cooperation Administration.
Price 704. FOR SALE ONLY.
Pole building construction, type C, plan No. 5832. (M 773.) 1 sheet,
illus. Agricultural Research Service. Price 54.
Machinery shed with living quarters, plan No. 5841. (M 774.) 1 sheet,
illus. Agricultural Research Service. Price 54.

PUBLICATIONS FOR SALE ONLY, SEE HOW TO ORDER PAGE 1.







"Weathervane" mineral feeder for cattle, plan No. 5844. (M 775.) 1
sheet, illus. Agricultural Research Service. Price 50.
Six corrals for beef cattle, plan No. 5835. (M 776.) 1 sheet, illus.
Agricultural Research Service. Price 5.
TECHNICAL BULLETINS
Carryover levels for grains: A method for determining amounts that are
optimal under specified conditions. (T 1178.) 92 p., illus. Agricultural
Marketing Service. Price 350.
Evaluation of agricultural hydrology by monolith lysimeters, 1944-55.
(T 1179.) 166 p., illus. L. L. Harrold and F. R. Dreibelbis. Agricul-
tural Research Service in cooperation with the Ohio Agricultural Experi-
ment Station. Price 55.
Microbiology and chemistry of grass silage. (T 1187.) 73 p., illus..
C. W. Langston and others. Agricultural Research Service. Price 300.
FOR SALE ONLY.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Heart rots of incense-cedar. (FP 30.) [7] p., illus. Willis W. Wagener
and Robert V. Bega. Forest Service. Price 5.
Supplement for 1958 to Statistics on cotton and related data. (Suppl. to
SB 99.) 120 p. Agricultural Marketing Service. Price 55g.
Historical forestry statistics of the United States. (SB 228.) 36 p.
Dwight Hair. Forest Service.
Animal units of livestock fed annually, 1909 to 1957. (SB 235.) Super-
sedes SB 215. 12 p., illus. Earl F. Hodges. Agricultural Research
Service. Price 10. FOR SALE ONLY.
Fraser fir as a Christmas tree. (M 5298.) 9 p., illus. Forest Service
and Federal Extension Service. Price 10.
PERIODICALS
Agricultural Economics Research. (Quarterly.) Vol. X, No. 4, October
1958. Price 200 a copy, 750 a year, domestic; $1.00 a year, foreign.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Agricultural Marketing. (Monthly.) Vol. 3, No. 10, October 1958.
Price 150 a copy, $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign. FOR
SALE ONLY.
Agricultural Research. (Monthly.) Vol. 7, No. 4, October 1958. Price
150 a copy, $1.00 a year, domestic; $1.50 a year, foreign. FOR SALE
ONLY.

PUBLICATIONS FOR SALE ONLY, SEE HOW TO ORDER PAGE 1.


CHECK YOUR SELECTION, ONLY FIVE WILL BE SENT FREE
WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY, DETACH LABEL
AND RETURN TO OFFICE OF INFORMATION, UNITED STATES DE-
PARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON 25, D C. IF YOU
CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS SHOW YOUR OLD ADDRESS AS WELL AS
THE NEW ONE.
0 F 2125 j1 L 324 -1 M 769 0 M 775
f1 G58 [ L437 l M 773 n M 776
0 AB 189 [J L 442 El M 774
Others


FREE PUBLICATION OFFER IS LIMITED TO CORRESPONDENTS
WITHIN THE UNITED STATES AND ON INTERNATIONAL EX-
CHANGE. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS SEE PURCHASE INSTRUC-
TIONS ON PAGE 1.










Agricultural Situation. (Monthly.) Vol. 42, No. 10, October 1958.
Price 5 a copy, 500 a year, domestic; $1.00 a year, foreign. FOR
ONLY.
Bibliography of Agriculture. (Monthly.) Vol. 22, No. 10, October 1958.
Single copies vary in price. $10.00 a year, domestic; $1300 a year
foreign. FOR SALE ONLY.
Extension Service Review. (Monthly.) Vol. 29, No. 10, October 1968.
Price 150 a copy, $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign. FOR
SALE ONLY.
Fire Control Notes. (Quarterly.) Vol. 19, No. 4, October 1968. Price
20 a copy, 750 a year, domestic; $1.00 a year, foreign. FOR SALE
ONLY.
Foreign Agriculture. (Monthly.) Vol. XXII, No. 10, October 1958.
Price 150 a copy, $1.75 a year, domestic; $2.50 a year, fo FOR
SALE ONLY.
News for Farmer Cooperatives. (Monthly.) Vol. 25, No. 7, October
1958. Price 200 a copy, $2.00 a year, domestic; $2.75 a year,
FOR SALE ONLY.
Rural Lines. (Monthly.) Vol. 5, No. 5, October 1958. Price 15 a copy,
$1.50 a year, domestic; $2.00 a year, foreign. FOR SALE ONLY.
Soil Conservation. (Monthly.) Vol. XXIV, No. 3, October 1 ice
150 a copy, $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign. FOR
ONLY.
MOTION PICTURES
Th Notion Picture Service, Office of Information. U. 8. Departmt of
and distributes motion pictures on subjects with which the Department is neTe
are both sound and silent and are released in 16-mm. and 86-mm. widths. Fb i the
16-mm. size are available from State film libraries; 85-mm. films are available
Notion Picture Service. They are lent for educational purposes to gps d
or may be purchased outright. Prints of Department films may be obtained frs
Jug film libraries in the 48 States, the District of Columbia, and the Tts A
Hawaii. and Puerto Rico.
SNUFFY-SMOKEY BEAR'S PAL. 16-mm., sound, in color; also black
and white; running time, 4 minutes. Released 1958.
Here is a little cocker spaniel's version of helping Smokey Bear
forest fires. This game little fire-fighting dog ardently
rangers in their constant vigilance to detect fires in the f
keep them from getting out of hand. Snuffy is the narrator. TV ue
permitted. (Not in film libraries; available from regional
Forest Service at Missoula, Mont.; Albuquerque, N. Mex.; O U
Portland, Ore.; San Francisco, Calif.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Atlanta, G an
Upper Darby, Pa, and from Visual Aids Section, Colorado State U
sity, Ft. Collins, Colo. Inquire of Motion Picture Service for
information.)

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