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Fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1906. 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
Fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1906. 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 Company, State Printer, 1906

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[Title page] Fourth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association: Madison, Wis., Feb. 8, 9, 1906. 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]-xvii

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

President's annual address, Stone, A. L. pp. [1]-4

Secretary's report for 1905, Moore, R. A. pp. 4-9

Feeding alfalfa to dairy cattle, Hatch, L. M. pp. 9-16

Selecting, testing and grading seed corn, Holden, P. G. pp. 16-27

Wisconsin Grain Dealers' Association and the Wisconsin farmer, Potter, M. H. pp. 27-29

Testing alfalfa seed, Zerbel, L. R. pp. 30-31

Alfalfa--selection of the ground, Athearn, L. J. pp. 31-32

Sowing alfalfa with and without a nurse crop, Treleven, Guy pp. 33-34

Cutting and curing alfalfa, Lee, E. W. pp. 34-35

Feeding alfalfa, Howard, A. E. pp. 35-36

Soil inoculation for alfalfa, Bonnell, A. L. pp. 36-38

Alfalfa, Russell, A. C. pp. 38-40

Soil inoculation for alfalfa, Blakely, A. J. pp. 41-42

Alfalfa, Poston, R. H. pp. 42-43

Alfalfa, Dreger, Emil L. pp. 44-45

Alfalfa, Thieleke, E. A. pp. 45-46

Experiments with alfalfa, Best, F. E. pp. 46-47

Alfalfa, Joos, Frank B. pp. 47-48 ff.

An experiment with alfalfa, Longley, H. N. pp. 49-50

Alfalfa, Frauenheim, Oscar R. pp. 50-51

Alfalfa, Grebe, Fred P. pp. 52-54

Alfalfa in Wisconsin, Hoard, W. D. pp. 54-61

The seed merchant and the Wisconsin Experiment Association, Olds, L. L. pp. 61-65

Comparison of Wisconsin methods of agriculture and those of southern and western states, Luening, F. W. pp. 66-81

Wisconsin Experiment Association and the county schools, Snyder, G. F. pp. 81-86

Importance of the Wisconsin corn crop, Meyer, A. J. pp. 86-88

Selecting and curing seed corn, Nelson, Martin pp. 88-91

Preparation of the ground for corn and subsequent cultivations, Pfeiffer, W. A. pp. 91-94

Planting corn, Toole, W. A. pp. 94-95

Feeding corn to hogs and dairy cattle, Martiny, L. P. pp. 96-99

Experience with silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Lee, E. W. p. 99

Silver king corn, Speerschneider, Fred A. pp. 99-100

Silver king cirn [corn]: Wis. no. 7, Snyder, B. F. pp. 101-102

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Rosenow, Arthur F. pp. 102-103

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Aavang, H. O. pp. 103-104

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, West, R. N. pp. 104-105

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Haass, Otto pp. 105-106

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Imholt, B. A. pp. 106-107

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Gallagher, M. p. 107

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Ball, L. C. p. 108

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Roethel, Herman p. 109

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Heidemann, O. C. p. 110

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Hinz, A. F. pp. 111-113

Silver king corn: Wis. no. 7, Spink, H. L. pp. 113-114

Clark's yellow dent corn: Wis. no. 1, Renk, H. J. p. 114

Clark's yellow dent corn: Wis. no. 1, McNown, J. H. p. 115

Clark's yellow dent corn: Wis. no. 1, Harris, R. E. p. 116

Clark's yellow dent corn: Wis. no. 1, Howitt, Chas. H. pp. 116-117

Corn: Wis. no. 8, Frauenheim, O. R. pp. 117-118 ff.

Manshury barley, Clark, J. D. pp. 119-120 ff.

Seed barley, Bonzelet, J. P. p. 121

Tests with Oderbrucker barley: Wis. no. 55, Krueger, Alexander p. 122

Growing sugar beets, Biggar, T. S. pp. 123-125

Sugar beets from the factory standpoint, M'Cormick, G. W. pp. 125-130

Address, Wood, L. W. pp. 130-137

Division of farm crops, Moore, R. A. pp. 137-138

Experiment 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 and sowing with and without a nurse crop, Moore, R. A. pp. 139-142

Experiment no. 2. Wisconsin seed corn--ten ear test, Moore, R. A. pp. 142-143

Experiment no. 3. Treating potatoes with formaldehyd solution for the prevention of potato scab, Moore, R. A. pp. 144-145

Experiment no. 4. Treating seed oats to prevent smut, Moore, R. A. pp. 145-147

Experiment no. 5. Tests with Swedish select oats, Moore, R. A. pp. 147-148

Experiment no. 6. Test with Oderbrucker barley: Wis. no. 55, Moore, R. A. pp. 148-150

Experiment no. 7. Tests with forage rape, Moore, R. A. pp. 150-155

Experiment no. 8. Soy beans, Moore, R. A. pp. 155-157

Business meeting, p. 158

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

Treasurer's report, Dukleth, P. A. pp. 161-163

Agricultural engineering, Ocock, Chas. A. pp. 163-166

Display of grains and forage plants for 1906, Moore, R. A. pp. 166-169

Premium list, 1906, pp. 169-171

Rules and regulations under which premiums are given, p. 171

Wisconsin corn study. How to improve the corn crop, Moore, R. A. pp. 172-176

Corn judging. Lesson I. Trueness to type or breed characteristics, Moore, R. A. pp. 176-178

Corn judging. Lesson II. Shape of ear, cob and kernels, Moore, R. A. pp. 178-179

Corn judging. Lesson III. Color of grain and cob, Moore, R. A. pp. 180-181

Corn judging. Lesson IV. Market condition, Moore, R. A. pp. 181-182

Corn judging. Lesson V. Butts and tipps, Moore, R. A. pp. 183-184

Corn judging. Lesson VI. Kernel study, Moore, R. A. pp. 184-185

Corn judging. Lesson VII. Selecting corn of high oil and protein content, Moore, R. A. pp. 185-187

Wisconsin seed grain growers, p. 188

Growers of Swedish select oats: Wisconsin no. 4, pp. 188-189

Growers of Oderbrucker barley: Wisconsin no. 55, pp. 190-194

Growers of Manshury barley: Wisconsin no. 62, p. 194

Growers of Wisconsin seed corn: Wisconsin no. 7 corn, pp. 195-197

White flint, p. 197

North star yellow dent: Wisconsin no. 11, p. 197

Indiana yellow dent: Wisconsin no. 5, p. 197

White cap dent, p. 197

Reid's yellow dent, p. 198

Leaming, p. 198

Clark's yellow dent: Wisconsin no. 1, p. 198

Wisconsin no. 8, p. 198

Growers of soy beans, pp. 199 ff.

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