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BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
'Turkey on the Table ... the Year Round"
Farmers' Bulletin 2011.
instruction for cooking whole turkeys, halves and quarters of turkeys, turkey
ks, and other small parts are presented. Directions are also given for draw-
and cleaning dressed turkeys, thawing frozen birds and parts, and buying
es for whole turkeys and turkey parts.
AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION SERIES
in grading soybeans. Extension Service. Folder, illus. (IS 84.)
older presents the 8 steps followed by grain inspectors in grading soybeans under re-
indards, effective September 1, 1949.
as and parasites of poultry. Walter J. Hall and E. E. Wehr. Bureau of
al Industry. 97 p., illus. (F 1652, rev.) Price 25#.
ntlon of poultry diseases and methods for controlling them once they become estab-
represented in this revised publication.
isease-resistant oats. T. R. Stanton and F. A. Coffman. Bureau of Plant
stry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 13 p., illus. (F 1941, rev.)
revised publication gives the cultural methods and harvesting of new varieties of
distant to Victoria blight and certain oat rusts and smuts.
e of small grains and shelled corn on the farm. C. K. Shedd and R. T.
)n. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering and
au of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 30 p., illus. (F 2009.) Price 10#.
rly designed, well built cribs and bins are needed to safeguard the quality of grain
nake it eligible for price-supporting loans and purchase agreements. Fundamental
es in storage construction, methods of conditioning damp grain, and protection of
red grain from insects are discussed.
eanor W. Clay, Office of Information.
Storage of ear corn on the farm. C. K. Shedd. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils,
and Agricultural Engineering. 27 p., illus. (F 2010.) Price 100.
Precautions in storing ear corn, types and construction of cribs, and recent findings on
mechanical drying with heated and unheated air are given.
Turkey on the table ... the year round. Mary T. Swickard, Rowena S. Carpen-
ter, and Stanley J. Marsden. Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Econom-
ics, Bureau of Animal Industry, and Production and Marketing Administra-
tion. 21 p., illus. (F 2011.) Price 10. See page 1.
Using tall fescue in soil conservation. R. Y. Bailey and L. B. Scott. Soil Con-
servation Service. 8 p., illus. (L 254.) Price 50.
This publication gives methods of planting and harvesting the seed of tall fescue, a
promising grass for conservation farm planning in the South.
Multiflora rose-For living fences and wildlife cover. Wallace L. Anderson and
Frank C. Edminster. Soil Conservation Service. 8 p., illus. (L 256.) Price 50.
Multlflora rose is an Asiatic plant that has been used in this country for a long time as
an ornamental. It is used by rose growers as a hardy rootstalk on which to bud other
ornamental varieties of roses. Its new use for soil conservation and erosion control are
given in this bulletin.
Grasshopper egg-pod distribution in the northern Great Plains and its relation
to egg-survey methods. E. G. Davis and F. M. Wadley. Bureau of Entomology
and Plant Quarantine. 16 p. (C 816.) Price 50. FOR SALE ONLY."
Title is self-explanatory.
Once-a-day versus twice-a-day feeding for dairy cows. J. R. Dawson and David
V. Kopland. Bureau of Dairy Industry. 7 p., illus. (C 830.) Price 50. FOR
This report gives the results of an experiment, conducted by the Bureau of Dairy In-
dustry at the Huntley, Mont., Field Experiment Station during the winter of 1947-48, to
corrie the effect of once-a-day feeding with twice-a-day feeding on hay consumption,
total feed consumption, milk production, and labor requirements.
Home freezers-Their selection and use. Earl C. McCracken. Bureau of Hlu-
man Nutrition and Home Economics. 16 p., illus. (M 687.) Price 10.
Questions families need to consider in their planning to select the frozen-food facilities
that will suit them best, points of design and construction, and suggestions for using a
freezer for the most satisfactory results are given.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY MATERIAL
Index to service and regulatory announcements, 1947. Bureau of Entomology
and Plant Quarantine. 2 p.
Regulations for the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and
Rodenticide Act. Production and Marketing Administration. 17 p. (SRA-
PMA, 166, rev.)
Service and regulatory announcements. Bureau of Animal Industry. July 1949.
Pp. 95-104. (SRA-BAI 507); August 1949. Pp. 105-118. (SRA-BAI 508.)
Price 50 a copy, 25d a year, domestic; 45 a year, foreign.'1
Temperature and precipitation in relation to the number of generations of Euro-
pean corn borer in the United States. K. 1. Arbuthnot. Bureau of Entomol-
ogy and Plant Quarantine. 22 p., illus. (T 987.) Price 100. FOR SALE
The relation of climate to the number of generations of the European corn borer was
studied to anticipate the insect's reaction to environments prevalent in the United States.
The predictions presented should be of assistance in organizing research and control pro-
grams to combat the insect.
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25, D. C.
ect of inbreeding on body size, anatomy, and producing capacity of grade
Holstein cows. W. W. Swett, C. A. Matthews, and M. H. Fohrman. Bureau
of Dairy Industry. 34 p. (T 990.) Price 150. FOR SALE ONLY:
The study on which this report is based was undertaken in an attempt to measure the
differences, in animal form and internal anatomy, between outbred dairy cows and cows
representing various intensities of inbreeding.
Know the eggs you buy. Production and Marketing Administration. Folder,
illus. (PA 70.)
Livestock market news statistics and related data, 1948. Production and Mar-
keting Administration.  p. (CS 38.)
The Plentiful Foods Program. Production and Marketing Administration. 4 p.
Report on the Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1948. Office of Experiment
Stations. 157 p. Price 350. FOR SALE ONLY.1
School lunch recipes for 25 and 50. Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Eco-
nomics in cooperation with Production and Marketing Administration. 47 p.
Sweetpotato weevil. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 1 sheet.
(PS 25.) Price 5.
White-fringed beetles. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 1 sheet.
(PS 24) Price 5.
The agricultural situation. Vol. 33, No. 9. September 1949. Price 5 a copy,
504 a year, domestic; 70# a year, foreign.1
Agriculture decisions. Vol. 8, No. 7. July 1949. Price of single copy varies
depending on size. $2.50 a year, domestic; $3.25 a year, foreign.1
Extension service review. VoL 20, No. 9. September 1949. Price 100 a copy,
754 a year, domestic; $1.15 a year, foreign
Foreign agriculture. Vol. XIII, No. 9. September 1949. Price 150 a copy, $1.50
a year, domestic; $2.00 a year, foreign.1
News for farmer cooperatives. Vol. 16, No. 6. September 1949. Price 100 a
copy, $1.00 a year, domestic; $1.40 a year, foreign
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Soil conservation. Vol. XV, No. 2. September 1949.
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The story of foot-and-mouth disease, the centuries' old plague affect
hoofed animals that has swept over the Old World time and again
havoc to the livestock industry of every country it touched, is desci
film documents foot-and-mouth disease from its earliest history to the
in the United States and Mexico. It shows what happened during th
break in California, and uses this occurrence to show how the di
in its tracks by the combined efforts of local, State, and Federal agex
every possible eradication method known. A Mexican sequence bring
on the disease up-to-date, and tells what the Mexican and United Stab
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