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BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
First aid for flooded homes and farms
Agriculture Handbook 38
To those who are returning to homes and farms that have been flooded-to clear
and rebuild and try to retrieve their losses--it is hoped that this booklet will
bring important help.
-and-mouth disease. Bureau of Animal Industry. 19 p., illus. (F 666 rev.)
ii revised bulletin gives symptoms, diagnoses, methods of control and eradication of this
ating disease of cloven-footed animals.
rbean production. Donald L. Van Horn. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils,
d Agricultural Engineering. 22 p., illus. (F 2041.) Price 10t.
tivation and harvesting of this important oil crop is discussed.
t to do when your home freezer stops. Evelyn L. Blanchard. Extension
vice. Folder, illus. (L 321.) Price 5t.
vps to keep food from spoiling if your home freezer stops running are outlined.
mting and removing mildew . home methods. Margaret S. Furry.
reau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics. 10 p., illus. Supersedes
72. (L 322.) Price 50.
Us revised folder gives information on preventing molds that cause mildew and on
ing mildew spots after they are discovered.
acid content of foods: Microbiological assay by standardized methods
i compilation of data from the literature. Bureau of Human Nutrition
I Home Economics. 116 p. (AH 29.) Price 45f. FOR SALE ONLY.'
ie study reported in this publication was made to summarize present information on
mid content of foods.
questions for improving services and facilities at public terminal stock-
rds Production and Marketing Administration. 73 p., illus. (AH 36.)
ce 400. FOR SALE ONLY.'
is handbook gives the result of studies on ways and means for improving the marketing
w, facilities, and methods of handling livestock at Terminal Livestock Markets.
Said for flooded homi and farms. United States Department of Agri-
ire. 28 p., illus. Revision of and supersedes IS 75. (AH 38.) Price 10?.
Compiled by Eleanor W. Clay, Office of Information.
Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington
AGRICULTURE INFORMATION BULLETINS
Farmers' mutual windstorm insurance. Ralph R. Botts. Bureau of Agricultural
Economics. 51 p., illus. (AB 70.) Price 30e. FOR SALE ONLY.1
A study of operating practices and types of companies offering this type of insurance is
Careers in soil conservation. Soil Conservation Service. 12 p., illus. (AB 76.)
Price 10. FOR SALE ONLY.1
Read this booklet to understand what soil conservation means, what kinds of jobs are
available, what qualifications you must have to fill them.
Some improved methods for receiving bales of cotton in compresses and
warehouses. Production and Marketing Administration. 54 p., illus. (AB 80.)
Price 30e. FOR SALE ONLY.1
This report is one of a number of preliminary reports being issued to make available to
the cotton warehouse industry some of the results of research undertaken to find was to
reduce or hold down the cost of handling cotton into, within, and out of storage.
Artificial insemination in livestock breeding. A. H. Frank. Bureau of Animal
Industry. 71 p., illus. (C 567 rev.) Price 25t. FOR SALE ONLY.'
Advantages, limitations and procedures in breeding livestock artificially are described in
this revised bulletin.
Thermostabilization of shell eggs: Quality retention in storage. Harry E.
Goresline, Kirby M. Hayes, and Alfred W. Otte. Production and Marketing
Administration. 12 p., illus. (C 898.) Price 5(. FOR SALE ONLY.1
Results of research on making shell eggs resistant to normal d
storage are presented.
Forest yield taxes. Ralph W. Marquis. Forest Service. 50 p. (C 899.) Price 20t.
FOR SALE ONLY.1
Specific provisions of the many yield-tax laws now in effect are outlined.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY MATERIAL
Regulations for the administration and enforcement of the Naval Stores Act.
Production and Marketing Administration. 19 p. (SRA-PMA 170.)
Service and regulatory announcements. Bureau of Animal Industry. March
1952. Pp. 133-140. (SRA-BAI 539.) Price 5( a copy, 50t a year, domestic;
70 a year, foreign.1
York County, Maine. K. V. Goodman, D. B. Lovejoy, and J. R. Arno. Bureau
of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering in cooperation with
the University of Maine Agricultural Experiment Station. Series 1939,
No. 11. 134 p., illus. Price $3.00. FOR SALE ONLY.1
Methods of extracting volatile oils from plant material and the production of
such oils in the United States. A. F. Sievers. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils,
and Agricultural Engineering. 28 p., illus. (T 16 rev.) Price 10t. FOR SALE
Various methods of extracting oil from aromatic plants produced in the United States
are dcribed in this revision.
Agricultural hydrology as evaluated by monolith lysimeters. L. L. Harrold
and F. R. Dreibelbis. Soil Conservation Service. 149 p., illus. (T 1050.)
Price 45e. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This report summarizes and discusses the relts of studies on agricultural
Analy-es of th, data will help in the design of water-conservation and water-utilizato
SPayable to the Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Offe Washingto
2S. D. C.
ures statistics, July 1950-June 1951. Commodity Exchange
p. (SB 107.) Price 35. FOR SALE ONLY.'
cultural situation. Vol. 36, No. 4, April 1952. Price 5t a
domestic; 70e a year, foreign.1
tural economics research. Vol. IV, No. 2, April 1952. Price
year, domestic; $1.00 a year, foreign.'
copy, 50. a
20 a copy,
ture decisions. Vol. 10, No. 11, November 1951; Vol. 11, No. 1,
try 1952; Vol. 11, No. 2, February 1952. Price of single copy varies
ding on size. $4.00 a year, domestic; $5.00 a year, foreign.'
-aphy of agriculture. Vol. 16, No. 4, April 1952. Single copies vary in
$6.00 a year, domestic; $8.00 a year, foreign.1
on service review. Vol. 23, No. 4, April 1952. Price 10 a copy, $1.00 a
domestic; $1.50 a year, foreign.'
control notes. Vol. 13, No. 2, April
mestic; $1.00 a year, foreign.1
ign agriculture. Vol. XVI, No. 4, April
ar, domestic; $2.00 a year, foreign.'
1952. 20e a copy, 75e a year,
1952. Price 15 a copy, $1.50 a
ing activities. Vol. 15, No. 3, March 1952. Price 15e a copy, $1.75 a
, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign.1
for farmer cooperatives. Vol. 19, No. 1, April 1952. Price 10 a copy,
a year, domestic; $1.75 a year, foreign.'
electrification news. Vol. 17, Nos. 9 and 10, April-May 1952. Price. 15t
py, 75t a year, domestic; $1.00 a year, foreign.'
nservation. Vol. XVII, No. 9, April 1952. Price 15f a copy, $1.25 a
domestic; $1.75 a year, foreign.1
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duces and distributes motion pictures on subjects with which t
Th are both sound and silent,, and are released in 6-mm and8
16-mm. size are available from State film libraries; 8-m. fims areva
Motion Picture Service. They are lent to respagencies and pon or myI
outright. Prints of Department filmsmay be obtained from 73
the 48 States, and the Territorie of Alaska, Hwai and Puerto Rico.
EASIER WAYS OF LOGGING. 3 reels, 16 mm., sound, color.
26 minutes. Released 1952.
This film is degned to encouragefame and other woodland ow
log more safely and economically. It points out the ma ysoues of af
logging, which are available from the lumber indstres, trade oraais
tions, equipment manufacturers and the Government. It shows how woods work
easier by giving attention to some of the time-proven fundamentals of lgng an
forestry can be an aid to better wood production.
(Not in film libraries; available from regional offices of the For.
at Philadelphia, Pa.; Atlanta, Ga.; and Milwaukee, Wis. Also fe
United World Films, Inc., 1445 Park Ave., New York 29, N. Yf
FOOD, FIBER, AND THE FUTURE. 2 reels, 16 mm., sound, black
Running time, 13 minutes. Released 1952.
The basic purpose of this film is to stimulate achievement ofim a g s
agricultural production. These goals, however, are related to anticipated n
fiber for at least a generation in the future. Curret pressure for hgherildsof
wheat, rye. beans, potatoes, and cotton from the land alrea under
portrayed in terms of the demands of our increasing population, armed foes. a
of livestock feed, and exports to other nations of the free world. Both picture and
sketch the importance of good farmmin
ue of farm machinery, analysis of the soil, careful selection of seed,
bed, better fertilization, disease and pest control, harvesting and storage.
the film must necessarily be pointed at motivation rather than explanation o .f ,
Its best use should be in supplementing the work of Farm Mobilization
levels and in promoting the farmer's realization of his importance in the Na
(Available for loan from ExtensionService and State College fim
TV use permitted.)
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