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Second annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 3, 4, 1904. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture

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Wisconsin Agricultural Experimental Association. Moore, R. A., Editor
Second annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 3, 4, 1904. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture
1904

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[Title page] Second annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association: Madison, Wis., Feb. 3, 4, 1904. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture, pp. [i]-[ii]

Letter of transmittal, Moore, R. A. pp. [iii]-[iv]

Table of contents, pp. [v]-vi

Officers and committees of the association, p. [vii]

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [viii]-ix

List of members, pp. [x]-xv

Program of the third annual meeting of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association, pp. [xvi]-xviii

President's annual address, Bonzelet, J. P. pp. [1]-2

Report of the secretary of the Wisconsin Experiment Association, Moore, R. A. pp. 2-5

[Growers of Swedish select oats], pp. 6-8

Official corn score card, pp. 9-11

Wisconsin grain crops, Spoerri, G. C. Julius pp. 11-19

The press as an important factor in progressive agriculture, Bill, A. J. pp. 19-29

Cutting cross corners on the farm, or ways and means in farm economy, Ames, W. L. pp. 29-36

"Fair View Farm," Oregon, Wis., pp. 36-37

Farmers' daughters, Menn, Ella pp. 37-41

Growing clover for seed, McNown, J. H. pp. 41-44

Barley, Clark, J. D. pp. 44-46

Opportunities of short course students as farm managers, Poston, R. H. pp. 47-49

Don't knock, but push, Liebe, John H. pp. 50-52

Wisconsin tobacco, Biggar, Thos. H. pp. 52-56

Teachers of agriculture, Preston, Ross C. pp. 57-59

Cooperation of students with the Experiment Association, Freeman, G. A. pp. 59-61

Treating seed grain to prevent smut, Jacobson, Henry O. pp. 62-63

[Treating seed grain to prevent smut], Dreger, E. L. p. 63

[Treating seed grain to prevent smut], Gillett, Rufus p. 64

[Treating seed grain to prevent smut], Rosenow, H. E. pp. 64-65

[Treating seed grain to prevent smut], Emery, George Q. pp. 65-66

Rape as a forage plant for pigs, Jones, C. E. pp. 66-67

Rape as a profitable forage plant for sheep, Renk, Henry J. pp. 67-69

Experiments with growing alfalfa in Wisconsin, Rosenow, Henry E. pp. 70-71

[Experiments with growing alfalfa in Wisconsin], Hicken, Alfred B. p. 72

[Experiments with growing alfalfa in Wisconsin], Bonzelet, John P. pp. 72-74

[Experiments with growing alfalfa in Wisconsin], Schreiber, R. C. p. 74

[Experiments with growing alfalfa in Wisconsin], Williams, David pp. 74-75

[Experiments with growing alfalfa in Wisconsin], Jones, E. E. pp. 75-76

[Experiments with growing alfalfa in Wisconsin], Hoard, W. D. pp. 76-81

Growing soy beans in Wisconsin, Gordon, J. Roy pp. 81-82

[Growing soy beans in Wisconsin], Andrews, W. pp. 82-83

[Growing soy beans in Wisconsin], Dukleth, P. A. pp. 83-86

Trial with Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4, Heuer, Edward F. pp. 86-87

[Trial with Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4], Donaldson, Ernest A. p. 88

[Trial with Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4], Gillett, Rufus pp. 88-89

[Trial with Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4], Cherovsky, Julian pp. 89-90

[Trial with Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4], Bonzelet, John P. p. 90

Summer pastures for growing hogs, Martiny, L. P. pp. 90-92

Summer pasture for hogs, Bonnell, A. L. pp. 93-95

Relation of short course students to the county fairs, Hagestad, A. C. pp. 95-97

Tests with grain and forage plants, Moore, R. A. p. 97

Experiment I: trials with alfalfa to determine if it can be grown in Wisconsin successfully as a forage plant and the relative value of the Turkestan compared with common variety, Moore, R. A. pp. 98-101

Experiement no. 2: Wisconsin seed-corn, Moore, R. A. pp. 101-102

Experiment no. 3: treating potatoes with formaldehyd solution for the prevention of potato scab, Moore, R. A. pp. 103-104

Experiment no. 4: treating seed oats to prevent smut, Moore, R. A. pp. 104-106

Experiment no. 5: tests with Swedish select oats, Moore, R. A. pp. 106-107

Experiment no. 6: tests with forage rape, Moore, R. A. pp. 107-112

Experiment no. 7: soy beans, Moore, R. A. pp. 113-115

Co-operative work in live stock, Humphrey, Geo. C. pp. 116-117

Milking experiments, Woll, F. W. pp. 118-122

Experiments on the treatment and cultivation of soils, Whitson, A. R. pp. 123-124

Pure bred cereals for Wisconsin, p. 125

Premium list, pp. 126-127

Rules and regulations under which premiums are given, pp. 127-128

Business meeting, pp. 129-130

Secretary's report on state appropriation, Moore, R. A. p. 131

Treasurer's report, Renk, H. J. pp. 132 ff.

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