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Sixth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison Wis., February 6, 7, 1908. 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
Sixth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association : Madison Wis., February 6, 7, 1908. 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, 1908

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[Title page] Sixth annual report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association: Madison Wis., February 6, 7, 1908. 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, 1908, p. [vii]

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

List of members: alphabetical, 1908, pp. [xi]-xix

List of members: according to counties, 1908, pp. xx-xxix

Program for annual meeting, pp. [xxx]-xxxii ff.

Annual address of president, Stone, A. L. pp. [1]-4

Secretary's report for 1907, Moore, R. A. pp. 4-9

In memoriam. Hon. H. D. Hitt, Hatch, L. M. pp. 10-11

Horticultural opportunities afforded in the state to members of the Wisconsin Experiment Association, Hanchett, W. H. pp. 12-14

Opportunities for co-operative work in northern Wisconsin, Delwiche, E. J. pp. 14-16

Publicity to Experiment Association work, Meyer, A. J. pp. 16-18

The agricultural press, Everett, C. H. pp. 19-24

The future of agriculture, True, J. M. pp. 25-30

Cooperation of the Experiment Association with public schools in the dissemination of good seed, Davies, G. W. pp. 30-35

Extermination of farm weeds, Frauenheim, O. R. pp. 35-38

Horse breeding in Wisconsin, Alexander, A. S. pp. 38-42

Draft horses, Frauenheim, O. R. pp. 42-44

Illustrated address given by state forester, Griffith, E. M. pp. 44-47

Preparation of soil and proper rotation of oats, Spaulding, C. F. p. 48

Oats as a nurse and grain crop, Renk, W. F. pp. 49-50

Harvesting, threshing, and marketing the oat crop, Post, H. L. pp. 50-52

Testing of seed oats and treating for the prevention of smut, Dreger, E. L. pp. 52-53

Swedish select oats, Toole, W. A. p. 53

Swedish select oats, Kramer, H. F. p. 54

Swedish select oats, Stroup, Fred G. p. 55

Swedish select oats, Rosenow, H. E. pp. 55-56

Swedish select oats, Krueger, Alexander pp. 56-57

Swedish select oats, Krueger, H. E. pp. 57-58

Swedish select oats, Howitt, Chas. H. p. 58

General information on barley, Mac Vannel, A. P. pp. 58-62 ff.

How barley centers can be established, Illian, Wm. L. pp. 63-64

Testing the seed, and the preparation of the seed bed, Zerbel, L. R. pp. 64-65

Sowing barley as a farm crop, Beule, E. A. pp. 65-67

Barley as a farm forage crop, Michels, Henry pp. 67-69

Barley: rotation of crop, Longley, H. N. pp. 69-71

Harvesting and threshing barley, Main, H. A. p. 71

Oderbrucker barley, Harris, Roy T. p. 72

Oderbrucker barley, Bradley, J. Frank pp. 72-73

Oderbrucker barley, Heidemann, O. C. p. 73

Oderbrucker barley, Bussewitz, Orla J. p. 74

Oderbrucker barley, Heyroth, Louis pp. 74-75

Oderbrucker barley, Booth, Guy A. p. 75

Oderbrucker barley, Kurtze, Otto C. p. 76

Manshury barley, Rosenow, Arthur pp. 76-77

Manshury barley, Fischer, Louis H. p. 77

Manshury barley, Becker, P. V. p. 78

Manshury barley, Krueger, H. E. p. 79

Manshury barley, Jordalen, Clarence pp. 79-80

Manshury barley, Muehleisen, G. p. 80

Prize winning corn, Lachmund, Robert pp. 80-81

Corn. Planting and cultivating the crop, Bohl, Joseph N. pp. 82-83

Harvesting for silage and ear corn, McNown, J. H. pp. 84-85

Curing seed corn, Freeman, G. A. pp. 86-87

Wisconsin no. 7 corn, Longley, H. N. pp. 88 ff.

Silver king corn, Chatterton, R. W. pp. 89-90

Silver king corn, Krueger, H. E. p. 90

Silver king corn, Collin, D. W. p. 91

Wisconsin no. 7 corn, Grebe, Fred P. pp. 91-92

Wisconsin no. 8 corn, Blakely, Albert J. p. 93

Wisconsin no. 8 corn, Heidemann, O. C. p. 94

Clark's yellow dent, Finsnes, Andrew I. p. 94

Toole's north star yellow dent, Toole, William pp. 95-97

Business meeting, pp. 97-98

Treasurer's report, Meekin, H. W. pp. 98-99

Secretary's report on state appropriation, Moore, R. A. pp. 100-101

Display of grains and forage plants for 1908, pp. 101-102

Parties awarded cash premiums at the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association meeting, Feb. 6th and 7th, 1908, pp. 102-104

Special prize awards, p. 105

Premium list, 1908: awards to be made February, 1909, pp. 106-108

Rules and regulations under which premiums are given, pp. 108 ff.

A few articles on timely topics. Selection of seeds for the season's crop: no one thing on the farm needs so careful attention., Moore, R. A. pp. 109-110

Growing peas for seed and grain, Moore, R. A. pp. 110-112

Growing clover for seed, Moore, R. A. pp. 112-114

Where is the farm machinery?, Moore, R. A. pp. 114-115

Division of farm crops. Plan of work for the coming year, Moore, R. A. pp. 115-116

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. 117-120

Experiment no. 2. Wisconsin seed corn--ten ear test, Moore, R. A. pp. 120-124

Experiment no. 3. Treating potatoes with formaldehyd solution for the prevention of potato scab, Moore, R. A. pp. 124-125

Experiment no. 4. Treating seed oats to prevent smut, Moore, R. A. pp. 125-127

Experiment no. 5. Tests with Swedish select oats, Moore, R. A. pp. 127-128

Experiment no. 6. Test with Oderbrucker barley: Wis. no. 55, Moore, R. A. pp. 128-130

Experiment no. 7. Tests with forage rape, Moore, R. A. pp. 130-134

Experiment no. 8. Soy beans, Moore, R. A. pp. 134-136

Experiment no. 9. Barley smut, Moore, R. A. pp. 136-138

The Wisconsin oat crop, Stone, A. L. pp. 138-139

Experiment no. 10. The Wisconsin oat crop, Stone, A. L. pp. 139-140

Experiment no. 11. Farmers' loss from weeds, Stone, A. L. p. 141

Division of bacteriology. Bovine tuberculosis in Wisconsin, Russell, H. L. pp. 142-154

Division of agricultural engineering. A building for curing seed corn--all corn desired for seed should be fire-dried, Ocock, C. A. pp. 154-158

The Wisconsin corn crop. Breeding, growing, judging and dissemination, Moore, R. A. pp. 158-161

Wisconsin official corn score card, Moore, R. A. p. 161

Explanation of points in corn judging, Moore, R. A. p. 162

Rules to be used in judging, Moore, R. A. p. 163

Explanation of points and rules for judging dent corn, Moore, R. A. p. 164

Corn judging. Lesson I. Trueness to type or breed characteristics, pp. 165-166

Corn judging. Lesson II. Shape of ear, cob and kernals, pp. 166-168

Corn judging. Lesson III. Color of grain and cob, pp. 168-169

Corn judging. Lesson IV. Market condition, pp. 169-170

Corn judging. Lesson V. Butts and tips, pp. 170-171

Corn judging. Lesson VI. Kernel study, pp. 172-173

Corn judging. Lesson VII. Circumference and length of ears, p. 173

Corn judging. Lesson VIII. Furrows between rows and space between kernels at cob, pp. 173-174

Corn judging. Lesson IX. Percentage of corn on cob, p. 174

Corn judging. Lesson X. Selecting corn of high oil and protein content, pp. 175-176

Corn judging. Wheat. Points to be observed, p. 177

Rule for cuts, p. 177

Official wheat score card, pp. 178-179

Oats. Points to be observed, p. 179

Official oat score card, pp. 180-181

Rule for cuts, p. 181

Barley. Points to be observed, pp. 181-182

Rule for cuts, p. 182

Official barley score card, p. 183

Discussion on the judging of small grains. Trueness to type or breed characteristics., Stone, A. L. pp. 184-188

Wisconsin seed grain growers 1908, p. 189

Growers of Swedish select oats: Wisconsin no. 4, pp. 189-193

Growers of Oderbrucker barley: Wisconsin no. 55, pp. 193-199

Growers of Manshury barley: Wisconsin no. 62, p. 200

Growers of soy beans. Ito san variety, p. 201

Early black, p. 201

Black, p. 201

Non-residents, p. 201

Growers of medium early green, p. 202

Yellow, p. 202

Brown, p. 202

Growers of silver king corn: Wisconsin no. 7, pp. 202-208

Growers of early yellow dent corn: Wisconsin no. 8, pp. 208-209

Growers of north star corn: Wisconsin no. 11, p. 210

Growers of golden glow corn: Wisconsin no. 12, p. 210

Growers of clark's yellow dent corn: Wisconsin no. 1, p. 211

Growers of medium red clover, pp. 211-212

Growers of alsike clover, p. 213

Growers of mammoth clover, p. 213

Growers of Japanese buckwheat, p. 213

Growers of silver hull buckwheat, p. 214

Growers of alfalfa seed, p. 214

Growers of timothy seed, pp. 214 ff.

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