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Page 3 - That in order to aid in diffusing among the people of the United States useful and practical information on subjects relating to agriculture and home economics, and to encourage the application of the same...
Page 30 - REORGANIZATION and expansion of the Office of Farm Management of the United States Department of Agriculture...
Page 69 - ... vacation of 1917, Professor Lewis J. Cross was employed by the Federal Bureau of Chemistry as an investigator in the drying of vegetables. He canvassed the growing sections of western New York, and was located at Albion for some time. Professor Cross expects to be engaged in the same work this summer. The Dairy Division of the United States Department of Agriculture has been waging a campaign for the better use of cottage cheese as a means of utilizing surplus skimmilk. Professor Walter W. Fisk...
Page 8 - December 15th ; a few days at the beginning and again at the end of their visit will be spent in quiet retreat.
Page 55 - Agriculture and paid in the manner hereinbefore provided, in the proportion which the rural population of each State bears to the total rural population of all the States...
Page 86 - ... study of certain dietary conditions bearing on the problem of growth in rats. Journ. biol. chem. 27:1:1-14. 1916. Hart, EB, Halpin, JG, and McCollum, EV The behavior of chickens fed rations restricted to the cereal grains. Journ. biol. chem. 29:1:57-67. 1917. Hart, EB, Humphrey, GC, and Morrison, FB Comparative efficiency for growth of the total nitrogen from alfalfa hay and corn grain. Journ. biol. chem. 13:2:133-153. 1912. Hart, EB, and McCollum, EV Influence on growth of rations restricted...
Page 91 - Bulletin 36. — Acidosis in Omnivora and Herbivora and Its Relation to Protein Storage (H. Steenbock. VE Nelson, and EB Hart). Experiments are reported in which it is shown that swine and calves when fed acid rations are able to protect themselves against acidosis (excess of acids over bases in the tissues) by a production of ammonia in the body tissues.
Page 61 - Farm Students. Review, St Anthony Park, Minn. The Farmer, St. Paul, Minn. The Farmer and Breeder, Sioux City, Iowa. Farmers. Guide, Huntington, Ind. Farmers. Review, Chicago, 111. Farmers. Tribune, Sioux City, Iowa. Farmers.

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