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fit in southern pine woodlands. W. E. Bond. Forest Service.
Supersedes L 153. (F 2027.) Price 150. FOR SALE ONLY.'
[s how to improve your forest by cutting salable trees of poor quality that
and by holding good-quality trees until they are ripe for harvesting.
itenance. Charles A. Bennett and Francis L. Gerdes. Bureau
ustry Soils, -and Agricultural Engineering and Production
ig Administration. 8 p., illus. (L 216, rev.) Price 50.
blication will serve as a guide for repairing and modernizing cotton gins.
arden webworm in alfalfa. F. W. Poos. Bureau of Entomol-
nt Quarantine. 4 p., illus. Supersedes F 944. (L 304.)
worm is a serious pest of alfalfa in most of the central, western, and
methods for controlling this pest are given.
md use. Victor R. Boswell. Bureau of Plant-Industry, Soils,
ural Engineering. 8 p., illus. Supersedes F 232. (L 305.)
ids of planting and harvesting, and recipes for the use of okra are given
Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics. Folder,
16.) Price 50.
as IS 21.
- the North. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricul-
!ering, Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics
Rvith Extension Services and Agricultural Engineering De-
the State Agricultural Colleges. 4 p., illus. (L 311.) Price 5#.
four farmhouses suitable to northern climates are shown.
HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
of fruits and vegetables. Bureau of Human Nutrition and
nics. 24 p., illus. (G 8.) Price 50.
as IS 64.
ies with school children. Bureau of Human Nutrition and
nics. 24 p., illus. (G 13.) Price 100.
as IS 71.
specifications for standard packs, containers, and packaging
poultry and poultry products. Production and Marketing
on. 89 p., illus. (AH 25.) Price 40. FOR SALE ONLY.'
ise specifications the Department has made the first attempt to set up
lards for poultry and poultry product pq,-z cgSaine=, and packagftrg
Terminology for use as a common basis for buying, selling, and dL-cussion.
leaner W. Clay, Office of Information. -
uperintendent of Documents, 25, D
P of Do tsGovernment Pritin Office, Washington25D..
Us of recording and transcribing equipment i 1 4
produce wholesalers. Marvin R. Kercho, Joseph F.
Stanley W. Burt. Production and Marketing Adminis tio. p., iThu
(AB 43.) Price 204. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This report describes and compares the original method of performing loading operatic
with the method which uses recording and transcribing equipment.
Farm-to-retail margins from Appalachian apple marketed in Pittsburg
1949-50 seasons. H. H. Reizenstein and H. W. Bitting. Bureau of Ag]
cultural Economics. 26 p. (AB 44.) Price 204.
This bulletin provides detailed information about the costs of packing-abed and shippir
point services during the 1949-50 season in the Appalachian area, together with a descripti
of the total charges taken by the handlers or service agencies for the ervices rendered
getting the apples to market.
Marketing charges for apples sold in Pittsburgh, December 1949-May 195
H. W. Bitting and Henry T. Badger. Bureau of Agricultural Econon4
27 p., illus. (AB 47.) Price 20#.
This is a report on the marketing charges made at each step in the marketing process fri
the grower to the consumer.
Competitive relationships between sugar and corn sweeteners. Phillip
Jones and F. G. Thomason. Production and Marketing Administratic
245 p., illus. (AB 48.) Price $1.00. FOR SALE ONLY.'
The results of a study of the competitive relationships between sugar and corn sweeten
are summarized in this report. It is believed that this report will provide useful informaV
to those in the sugar and corn sweetener industries and to Federal and State agencies resw
sible for the formulation of policies affecting their utilization.
Agriculture's stake in foreign markets. I. Trends in United States agrici
tural exports. Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations and Bureau
Agricultural Economics. 35 p., illus. (AB 51.) Price 15#. FOR SAl
This publication brings together basic statistics describing the trends, importance,a
nature of United States agricultural exports, and traces some of the broad economic for
that have influenced the export situation.
Rail insurance on growing crops. John C. Ellickson. Bureau ofAgricultW
Economics. 20 p., illus. (AB 56.) Price 154. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This bulletin deals with the types of contracts and a short sketch of the velopments le
lg to the present status of crop-bail Insurane.
Marketing facilities for farm and related products at San Juan, Perto R1
Caleb J. Otten, Guillermo Serfs, and Vartolome M. orell. Product
and Marketing Administration in cooperation with the Department
Agriculture and Commerce, Government of Puerto Rico. 169 p.. ib
(A 60.) Price 75#. FOR SALE ONLY."
The result of a study of the island's food marketing and distribution roblems Is given
Effeient use of annual plants on cattle ranges in the Califoia fo
J. R. Bentley and M. W. Talbot. Forest Service. 52 p., ius. (C 87(
Price 204. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This circular reports studies of use of foothill range by cattle at the San Joauin Kxpf
mt Range. The studies have developed practical guides for increasing the efficiency
Dletion of High Plains wheatlands. H. H. Finnefl. Soil Conservati
Service. 18 p., illus. (C 871.) Price 104.
This is a report about the effects of soil blowing on the yield of wheat. Recognition
ion hazards and recommendations for improvement iesur are given.
C q sp gravity, and rgar content of nearly
Mar Kir tck Beatrice M. Mountjoy, Linda C. Aibrig]
nd P. H. Heinze. Bureau of human Nutrition and Home Economics a:
B eau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 22
i (C 872.) Price 100.
R of a study on the suitability for boiling, mashing, baking, french fryng, snd
i of eal p is given.
z* tbeSuperintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 2, ,
SERVICE AND REGULATORY MATERIAL
D prevent the introduction into the United States of rinderpest, foot-
iouth disease, fowl pest (fowl plague), and Newcastle disease (avian
noenciphalitis). Bureau of Animal Industry. 3 p. (BAI Order
and regulatory announcements. Bureau of Animal Industry. July
Pp. 53-60. (SRA-BAI 531.) Price 5f a copy, 50 a year, domestic;
lonal competition in the production of chickens and eggs. Raymond
ristensen and Ronald L. Mighell. Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
illus. (T 1031.) Price 20#. FOR SALE ONLY.'
al trends in production, demand, and supply of chickens and eggs are described.
aucal changes in tobacco during flue curing. C. W. Bacon, Raymond
,er, and James F. Bullock. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and
cultural Engineering. 37 p., illus. (T 1032.) Price 154. FOR SALE
iof tests on the chemical changes in the composition of tobacco during the flue-curing
-aphic style: A manual for use in the Division of Bibliography of the
ry. Margaret S. Bryant. Library. 30 p. (B 16.) Price 104. FOR
aphy on the marketing of livestock, meat, and meat products. Donald
ooch. Library. 209 p. (B 15.) Price 554. FOR SALE ONLY.1
atalogue of medical and veterinary zoology. Part 14. Authors: S to
EIG. Albert Hassall, Mildred A. Doss, and Judith M.1 Humphrey.
tu of Animal Industry. Pp. 4349-4676. Price $1.25. DISTRIBU-
h helps forestry go forward in the central Ozarks. Forest Service.
. illus. DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTED.
cultural situation. Vol. 35, No. 8, August 1951. Price 5# a copy,
year, domestic; 704 a year, foreign
raphy of agriculture. Vol. 15, No. 8, August 1951. Single copies
in price. $6.00 a year, domestic; $8.00 a year, foreign.1
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Extension service review. Vol. 22, No. 7, July 1951. P 1 a
a year, domestic; $1.50 a year, foreign.'
Foreign agriculture. Vol. XV, No. 8, August 1951. 1
a year, domestic; $2.00 a year, foreign.'
Marketing activities. Vol. 14, No. 7, July 1951. Price
year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign.'
News for farmer cooperatives. Vol. 18, No. 2, May 1951; Vol
June 1951; Vol. 18, No. 4, July 1951; Vol. 18, No. 5, A
15 a copy, $1.75 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign.
Rural electrification news. Vol. 17, Nos. 1 and 2, August-
Price 15 a copy, 750 a year, domestic; $1.00 a year, fore
Soil conservation. Vol. XVII, No. 1, August 1951. Price 15 a 4
a year, domestic; $1.75 a year, foreign.'
The Motion Picture Service, Office of Information, U. S. Department of
duces and distributes motion pictures on subjects with which the
They are both sound and silent and are released in 16-mm. and 35-mm. wi
16-mm. size are available from State film libraries; 35-mm, films are a
Motion Picture Service. They are lent to responsible agencies and persons or
outright. Prints of Department films may be obtained from 73 cooperatlnu
the 48 States, and the Territories of Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
RIVER RUN. 2 reels, 16 mm., sound, color; also black and w
time, 15 minutes. Released 1951.
Too often, privately-owned forests have brought only transient
to owners and communities alike because of poor forestry praci
picture shows that proper management of forests can bring con
perity over the years, benefiting owners, communities, and tf
Vividly portrayed is the once familiar log drive which has
from the American scene. Shows how the Machias River Wa
Maine has been supplying timber continuously for almost 200.
how Machias River drives are still being made by the descend
river drivers of old. (Not in film libraries; available from regIma
the Forest Service at San Francisco, Calif.; Denver, Colo.; Ad
Missoula, Mont.; Albuquerque, N. Mex.; Portland, Ore.; Philadol
Ogden, Utah; and Milwaukee, Wis. Not available for sale at t
time. TELEVISION USE PERMITTED.)
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