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Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture. A report of the twenty-third annual closing Farmers' Institute, held at Mondovi, Wisconsin, March 16, 17, 18, 1909

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Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes. McKerrow, Geo., Editor
Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture. A report of the twenty-third annual closing Farmers' Institute, held at Mondovi, Wisconsin, March 16, 17, 18, 1909
Bulletin No. 23
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Ptg. Co., State Printer, 1909

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Contents

[Cover], pp. [unnumbered]-[2]

[Title page] Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes: a hand-book of agriculture. A report of the twenty-third annual closing Farmers' Institute, held at Mondovi, Wisconsin, March 16, 17, 18, 1909, p. [3]

Table of contents, pp. [4]-[5]

Letter of transmittal, McKerrow, George pp. [6]-[7]

The University of Wisconsin. Board of Regents, pp. [8]-[11]

The University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture, pp. [12]-[13]

Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes for 1909-1910, pp. 14-15

Proceedings of the twenty-third annual closing Farmers' Institute held at Mondovi, Wis., March 16, 17, 18, 1909, p. [16]

Address of welcome, Gilman, S. G. pp. [16]-20

Response to address of welcome, Scribner, F. H. p. 21

Crop rotation, McKerrow, George pp. 22-27

Our old friend, clover, Scott, L. E. pp. 28-33

Clover silage, Bussey, W. P. pp. 33-37

Twenty-eight years silo experience, Linse, Chas. pp. 37-42

Alfalfa, Stubley, Fred pp. 43-48

Strawberries, Bingham, D. E. pp. 49-54

Spraying orchards, Bingham, D. E. pp. 54-57

Cash crops, Roberts, R. E. pp. 58-61

Barns, Convey, Thomas pp. 62-70

Road legislation, Hotchkiss, W. O. pp. 70-79

The work of the Highway Division of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, Hirst, A. R. pp. 79-90

Community and home influence on education, Liebenberg, H. H. pp. 90-96

The higher ideals of farm life, Buxton, A. J. pp. 97-101

Potatoes, Scott, L. E. pp. 102-108

The farm water supply, Kirchoffer, W. G. pp. 109-118

Seed grains, Bradley, W. C. pp. 119-123

Growing the corn crop, Hill, Geo. C. pp. 123-127

Invitation for round-up, Cook, S. A. pp. 127-131

The Poland China hog, Martiny, L. P. pp. 131-139

Shropshire sheep, McKerrow, W. A. pp. 140-148

Horse breeding on the farm, Imrie, David pp. 149-157

Quack grass, pp. 157-161

Present and future work of the Wisconsin Live Stock Sanitary Board, True, John M. pp. 162-166

Co-operation, Comings, Geo. F. pp. 166-173

Profit from a hen, Herbst, J. L. pp. 173-181

Land drainage, Jones, E. R. pp. 182-189

A cow per acre, Griswold, H. D. pp. 189-197

A farmer's creamery, Stiles, W. F. pp. 197-203

North Wisconsin farms, Nordman, E. pp. 203-211

Clean milk, Aderhold, E. L. pp. 212-219

The Jersey cow, Scribner, F. H. pp. 220-227

The Guernsey cow, Hill, Chas. L. pp. 228-234

The Holstein cow, Legler, L. G. pp. 234-241

Grading up the dairy herd, Jacobs, E. C. pp. 241-246

Resolutions, pp. 246-247

Invalid cookery, Sater, I. Adella pp. 248-255

Meats, Clift, Edith L. pp. 255-267

The combination of foods, Clift, Edith L. pp. 267-270

Helpful hints to farmers' wives, Buxton, A. J. pp. 270-278

Home sanitation and nursing, Perkins, Norah E. R. pp. 278-282

Diet in tuberculosis, Sater, I. Adella pp. 282-287

Abstract of laws of interest to farmers, 1909, Estabrook, Charles E. pp. 288-289

Wisconsin's homemaking opportunities, Campbell, A. D. pp. 290-295

Growth of the College of Agriculture and Experiment Station, pp. 296-304

Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes. Origin and history, McKerrow, George pp. 305-316

Farmers' clubs, McKerrow, Geo. pp. 317-320 ff.

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