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Fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 7, 8, 1907. 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
Fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison, Wis., Feb. 7, 8, 1907. 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, 1907

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[Title page] Fifth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association: Madison, Wis., Feb. 7, 8, 1907. 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, 1907, pp. [x]-xix

Program for annual meeting, pp. [xx]-xxii ff.

President's annual address, Stone, A. L. pp. [1]-5

Secretary's report for 1906, Moore, R. A. pp. 6-16 ff.

In memoriam, Fred Rietbrock, Philips, A. J. pp. 17-19

In memoriam, Peter A. Dukleth, Moore, R. A. pp. 19-20

Elements of success on the farm, Ames, W. L. pp. 21-30

The farmer of today, his ability and his responsibility, Lehmann, Eva pp. 31-42

The Wisconsin Experiment Association as a distributor of agricultural thought, Snyder, G. F. pp. 42-46

High ideas in business, Hill, C. H. pp. 47-48

Rural telephones, Rosenow, H. E. pp. 48-54

The agricultural press and the Wisconsin Experiment Association, Meyer, A. J. pp. 55-58

Farmers' organizations aided by members of the Experiment Association, Hanchett, W. H. pp. 58-60

Official tests of daily cows, Harris, Roy T. pp. 61-64

Cooperation of the short course alumni with the Wisconsin Experiment Association, Jones, E. E. pp. 65-66

Opportunities for young farmers in the west, Lee, E. W. pp. 67-68

Importance of the corn crop to Wisconsin farmers, Marshall, W. S. pp. 69-70

Curing seed corn, Frauenheim, O. R. pp. 71-72

A good rotation for the corn crop of Wisconsin, Main, H. A. pp. 73-75

Preparation of the ground for corn and subsequent cultivation, Smithwick, M. J. pp. 75-77

Selecting and curing seed corn, Toole, W. A. pp. 77-80 ff.

Testing and planting corn, Treleven, Guy pp. 81-82

Varieties of corn for Wisconsin, Frauenheim, O. R. pp. 82-84

Experiment with silver king corn, Blood, Ike pp. 84-86

Co-operative variety tests of corn. Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Main, H. A. p. 86

Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Post, H. L. pp. 86-87

Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Beule, Elmore A. pp. 87-88

Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Bast, Paul J. pp. 89-90

Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Grebe, Fred P. pp. 90-91

Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Bechtolt, J. D. p. 92

Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Spaulding, C. F. p. 93

Silver king: Wisconsin no. 7, Marshall, W. S. p. 94

Yellow dent corn--Wis. no. 8, Frauenheim, O. R. p. 95

Wisconsin no. 8 corn in the Superior region, Delwiche, E. J. pp. 96-97

Yellow dent corn: Wis. no. 8, Krogstad, O. J. p. 97

Co-operative tests with alfalfa, Bixby, Phil T. pp. 98-99

Alfalfa, Marshall, W. S. pp. 99-100

Alfalfa, Renk, Wm. F. pp. 100-101

Alfalfa, Fisher, C. E. pp. 101-102

Alfalfa, Einfeldt, Albert p. 102

Alfalfa, Bechtolt, J. D. pp. 103-104

Rapid strides made in barley culture--barley centers to be established, Moore, R. A. p. 104

Co-operative work with the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture with brewing barleys, Norgord, C. P. pp. 105-108

Marketing the barley crop, Toepfer, Otto pp. 109-111

Harvesting and threshing barley, Zerbel, L. R. pp. 111-113

Cooperative experiments with Oderbrucker barley, Main, H. A. p. 113

Oderbrucker barley, Renk, H. J. pp. 113-114

Oderbrucker barley, Dukleth, P. A. pp. 114-115

Oderbrucker barley, Nelson, P. C. p. 115

Oderbrucker barley, Clark, Clarence p. 116

Oderbrucker barley, Krueger, H. E. pp. 116-117

Oderbrucker barley, Jamison, Robert pp. 117-118

Oderbrucker barley, Grimwood, Ivan J. p. 118

Oderbrucker barley, Riek, Anthony pp. 118-119

Oderbrucker barley, Gangstad, J. O. pp. 119-120

The season's barley crop, McIntyre, Ivan pp. 120-121

The "Cedars" farm home of Mrs. Eva Lehmann, Neosho, Dodge County, pp. 121-122

The "Elms," farm home of Hon. R. D. Marshall, Delton, Sauk County, p. 123

Business meeting, pp. 124-125

Treasurer's report, Dukleth, P. A. pp. 125-127

Secretary's report on state appropriation, Moore, R. A. pp. 128-129

Display of grains and forage plants for 1907, p. 130

Parties awarded premiums at the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association meeting, Feb. 7th and 8th, 1907, pp. 130-133

Premium list, 1907, awards to be made February, 1908, pp. 133-135

Rules and regulations under which premiums are given, pp. 135-136

Good seed grains, Moore, R. A. pp. 136-137

Standard varieties of seed grain for Wisconsin, Moore, R. A. pp. 137-139

Millet as a seed and forage plant, Moore, R. A. pp. 139-141

Should grow more buckwheat, Moore, R. A. pp. 141-143

Rotation of crops, Moore, R. A. pp. 143-145

Division of farm crops. Plan of work for the coming year, Moore, R. A. pp. 145-147

Outline of cooperative experiments. 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. 147-150

Experiment no. 2. Wisconsin seed corn--ten ear test, Moore, R. A. pp. 150-154

Experiment no. 3. Treating potatoes with formaldehyd solution for the prevention of potato scab, Moore, R. A. pp. 154-155

Experiment no. 4. Treating seed oats to prevent smut, Moore, R. A. pp. 155-157

Experiment no. 5. Tests with Swedish select oats, Moore, R. A. pp. 157-158

Experiment no. 6. Test with Oderbrucker barley: Wis. no. 55, Moore, R. A. pp. 159-160

Experiment no. 7. Tests with forage rape, Moore, R. A. pp. 160-164

Experiment no. 8. Soy beans, Moore, R. A. pp. 165-167

Experiment no. 9. Barley smut, Moore, R. A. pp. 167-168

The Wisconsin oat crop, Moore, R. A. pp. 169-170

Bovine tuberculosis in Wisconsin, Russell, H. L. pp. 171-182

The Wisconsin corn crop. Breeding, growing and dissemination, Moore, R. A. pp. 183-185

Wisconsin official corn score card, p. 185

Explanation of points in corn judging, p. 186

Rules to be used in judging, p. 187

Explanation of points and rules for judging dent corn, pp. 188 ff.

Corn judging. Lesson I. Trueness to type or breed characteristics, pp. 189-190

Corn judging. Lesson II. Shape of ear, cob and kernels, pp. 191-192

Corn judging. Lesson III. Color of grain and cob, pp. 192-193

Corn judging. Lesson IV. Market condition, pp. 193-195

Corn judging. Lesson V. Butts and tips, pp. 195-196

Corn judging. Lesson VI. Kernel study, pp. 196-197

Corn judging. Lesson VII. Selecting corn of high oil and protein content, pp. 197-199

Official wheat score card, p. 200

Official oat score card, p. 201

Official barley score card, p. 202

Wisconsin seed grain growers, p. 203

Swedish select oats: Wisconsin no. 4, pp. 203-206

Oderbrucker barley: Wisconsin no. 55, pp. 207-213

Manshury barley: Wisconsin no. 62, pp. 214-215

Silver king corn: Wisconsin no. 7, pp. 215-223

Wisconsin yellow dent corn: Wisconsin no. 8, pp. 224-226

Toole's north star corn: Wisconsin no. 11, p. 226

Clark's yellow dent corn: Wisconsin no. 1, p. 226

Golden glow corn: Wisconsin no. 12, p. 227

Soy beans, pp. 227-228

Alfalfa seed, p. 228

Clover seed, pp. 229 ff.

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