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Third annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1905. 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
Third annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1905. Address of president, secretary's report with papers and addresses given by members of the association and others interested in progressive agriculture
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Co., State Printer, 1905

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[Title page] Third annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association: Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1905. 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. p. [iii]

Table of contents, pp. [iv]-vi

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

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

List of members, pp. [x]-xv

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

President's annual address, Stone, A. L. pp. [1]-3

Secretary's report for 1904, Moore, R. A. pp. 4-12

[Growers of Swedish select oats], pp. 13-14

Growers of Wisconsin seed corn, pp. 14-16

Rape as a forage plant for sheep, Renk, Wm. F. pp. 16-17

Rape as a forage plant, Fruit, E. J. pp. 17-18

Rape, Jones, E. E. pp. 18-19

Rape as a forage plant for cattle, Rood, Minnick pp. 19-20

Rape as a forage plant, Rosenow, H. E. pp. 20-22

Rape as a forage plant for cattle, Emery, George Q. pp. 22-23

A mixture of rape, soy beans and corn as a silage crop, Illian, Wm. L. pp. 23-25

Rape as a forage plant for hogs, Ashton, C. H. p. 25

Treating seed grain to prevent smut, Eastman, S. A. pp. 25-26

Treating oats for smut, Steinhoff, W. J. p. 26

Treating seed oats to prevent smut, Zabel, J. G. pp. 27-28

Treating seed oats for the prevention of smut, Gerhard, Walter pp. 28-29

Testing and treating grain for smut, Muehleisen, Gottlieb pp. 29-30

General discussion, pp. 30-33

Experiments with soy beans, Dukleth, P. A. pp. 33-37

Soy beans as a forage crop, Ovitt, Norman pp. 37-38

Soy beans, Rosenow, Arthur F. pp. 38-39

Soy beans as seed and a feed for swine, Gillette, Rufus pp. 39-41

Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4, Renk, H. J. pp. 41-42

Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4, Bussewitz, W. E. pp. 42-43

Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4, Illian, Wm. L. pp. 43-44

Tests with Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4, Olsen, Herman pp. 44-45

Tests with Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4, Ebert, E. D. pp. 45-46

Swedish select oats: Wis. no. 4, Griswold, Harry W. p. 46

Growing alfalfa in Wisconsin, Rosenow, H. E. pp. 47-51

Alfalfa as a sheep feed, Kleinheinz, Frank pp. 52-53

Alfalfa, Batho, Lester pp. 53-54

Growing alfalfa, Bonzelet, J. P. pp. 54-55

A trial with alfalfa, Heuer, E. F. pp. 55-56

Alfalfa, Beule, E. A. pp. 56-58

General discussion, pp. 58-60

Co-operative living, Strand, O. M. pp. 60-64

Farmers' telephones, Curran, Wm. F. pp. 65-66

A co-operative telephone line, Ghastin, W. J. pp. 67-68

Co-operative creameries, Hanchett, W. H. pp. 68-73

Some problems in corn breeding, Toole, W. A. pp. 73-77

Reid's yellow dent corn, Howard, A. E. p. 78

Leaming yellow dent, Emery, Geo. Q. pp. 78-79

Clark's yellow dent corn, Gillette, R. A. p. 79

Indiana yellow dent, Gillette, R. A. p. 80

Indiana yellow dent corn, Dreger, Emil p. 80

Experiments with silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Suhr, Adolph pp. 81-82

Silver white dent corn.: Wis. no. 7, Grebe, Fred P. pp. 82-83

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Rosenow, Arthur F. p. 83

Tests with silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Schafer, C. H. pp. 83-84

Discussion, pp. 84-85

Members of the Experiment Association and the State Fair, True, Jno. M. pp. 85-86

Value of the weather bureau to farmers, Bartlett, J. P. pp. 86-94

Discussion, p. 94

Topics of interest observed at St. Louis World's Fair, Stone, A. L. pp. 95-108

Separating oats from barley, Gillette, Rufus pp. 108-109

Should agriculture be added to the curriculum of studies in the public schools, Cary, C. P. pp. 109-112

Extracts from superintendent's biennial report on teaching elements of agriculture, pp. 112-114

Special crops, Biggar, T. S. pp. 115-117

Work of a boys' experiment club, Kern, O. J. pp. 117-123

Infectious or epizootic abortion of the cow, Hartwig, A. H. pp. 124-126

Division of farm crops: plan of work for coming year, Moore, R. A. pp. 127-129

Experiment no. 1. Trials with alfalfa to determine if it can be grown in Wisconsin successfully as a forage plant and the relative value of soil-inoculation, Moore, R. A. pp. 129-132

Experiment no. 2. Wisconsin seed corn, Moore, R. A. pp. 132-134

Experiment no. 3. Treating potatoes with formaldehyd solution for the prevention of potato scab, Moore, R. A. pp. 134-135

Experiment no. 4. Treating seed oats to prevent smut, Moore, R. A. pp. 136-137

Experiment no. 5. Tests with Swedish select oats, Moore, R. A. pp. 138-139

Experiment no. 6. Tests with forage rape, Moore, R. A. pp. 139-144

Experiment no. 7. Soy beans, Moore, R. A. pp. 144-147

Division of farm engineering, Knapp, G. N. pp. 147-148

Farm engineering department, Knapp, G. N.; Ocock, C. A. pp. 149-150

Division of agricultural chemistry, Woll, F. W. pp. 151-155

Business meeting, pp. 156-158

Secretary's report on state appropriation, Moore, R. A. pp. 159-160

Treasurer's report, Dukleth, P. A. pp. 161-162 ff.

Display of grains and forage plants for 1905, pp. 163-164

Premium list, 1905, pp. 165-166

Rules and regulations under which premiums are given, p. 167

Wisconsin corn study, Moore, R. A. pp. 168-171

Corn judging. Lesson I. Trueness to type or breed characteristics, Moore, R. A. pp. 172-173

Corn judging. Lesson II. Shape of ear, cob and kernals, Moore, R. A. pp. 174-175

Corn judging. Lesson III. Color of grain and cob, Moore, R. A. pp. 176-177

Corn judging. Lesson IV. Market condition, Moore, R. A. pp. 177-178

Corn judging. Lesson V. Butts and tipps, Moore, R. A. pp. 179-180

Corn judging. Lesson VI. Kernel study, Moore, R. A. pp. 180-181

Corn judging. Lesson VII. Selecting corn of high oil and protein content, Moore, R. A. pp. 182-183

Seedling apples and their planters, Philips, A. J. pp. 184-188 ff.

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