Sweet Clover: Utilization

Sweet Clover: Utilization

Date: 1917
Creator: Coe, H. S.
Description: This report discusses the different uses of sweet clover as a crop for hay, silage, pasturage, soiling, feed, and soil improvement.
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The Computation of Rations for Farm Animals by the Use of Energy Values

The Computation of Rations for Farm Animals by the Use of Energy Values

Date: 1909
Creator: Armsby, Henry Prentiss, 1853-1921
Description: Report explaining the general dietary requirements of farm animals and methods for determining the food rations that will ensure that they receive necessary nutrients.
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Saving livestock from starvation on southwestern ranges.

Saving livestock from starvation on southwestern ranges.

Date: 1936
Creator: Forsling, C. L. (Clarence Luther), b. 1893.
Description: Describes methods for preventing livestock starvation due to drought or overstocking on ranges in the southwestern United States.
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Canadian Field Peas

Canadian Field Peas

Date: 1905
Creator: Shaw, Thomas, 1843-1918
Description: Report discussing the cultivation of the Canadian field pea, including its uses and adaptability to the United State.
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Feeding Cottonseed Products to Livestock

Feeding Cottonseed Products to Livestock

Date: 1920
Creator: Sheets, E. W. & Thompson, E. H.
Description: Report discussing practices and giving guidelines for feeding cottonseed products to livestock. The composition and grades of cottonseed products are discussed, as well as their possibly poisonous effects on young calves and pigs, in addition to the suitability of cottonseed products for different classes of livestock.
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Maintaining the health of livestock in transit.

Maintaining the health of livestock in transit.

Date: January 1953
Creator: Cole, T. W.
Description: Describes best practices for transporting livestock, in order to ensure their health and safety.
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Alfalfa.

Alfalfa.

Date: 1921
Creator: United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
Description: A guide to growing and using alfalfa on the farm. Includes recommendations for different regions of the United States.
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Kudzu : a forage crop for the Southeast.

Kudzu : a forage crop for the Southeast.

Date: September 1939
Creator: Pieters, A. J.
Description: Describes the characteristics of the kudzu vine, the best areas for its growth, and the benefits of using it in the southeastern United States.
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Producing Family and Farm Supplies on the Cotton Farm

Producing Family and Farm Supplies on the Cotton Farm

Date: 1923
Creator: Goodrich, C. L. (Charles Landon)
Description: Revised edition. "Home production of supplies offers the Southern farm family an easy way to reduce the cost of living. Because of the long growing season, and the short, mild winters of the Cotton Belt, garden vegetables may be grown there in abundance throughout the year with little labor and at trifling expense. Necessary livestock products and feeds for farm animals can be produced on the farm much more cheaply than they can be bought. This bulletin suggests ways in which southern farmers may make the most of opportunities for the home production of commodities that otherwise would necessitate cash outlay." -- p. 2
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Producing Family and Farm Supplies on the Cotton Farm

Producing Family and Farm Supplies on the Cotton Farm

Date: 1919
Creator: Goodrich, C. L. (Charles Landon)
Description: "Home production of supplies offers the Southern farm family an easy way to reduce the cost of living. Because of the long growing season, and the short, mild winters of the Cotton Belt, garden vegetables may be grown there in abundance throughout the year with little labor and at trifling expense. Necessary livestock products and feeds for farm animals can be produced on the farm much more cheaply than they can be bought. This bulletin suggests ways in which southern farmers may make the most of opportunities for the home production of commodities that otherwise would necessitate cash outlay." -- p. 2
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