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Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture

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Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes. Luther, E. L., Editor
Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture
Bulletin No. 32
1919

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Charles E. Estabrook, p. [2]

[Title page] Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes: a hand-book of agriculture, pp. [3]-[5]

Contents, p. [6]

A warning and a promise, pp. [7]-[8]

Honor to whom honor is due, McKerrow, George p. [9]

Wisconsin Farmers' Institute ideals, p. [10]

What farmers' clubs may do, p. [11]

The big talking points, p. 12

Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes, pp. 13-14

How to hold a successful institute, Rohan, Ben. J. p. 15

Sample of a demonstration institute, pp. 16-17

How an institute led to other things, pp. 18-20

The next step, p. 21

Organization of agricultural production, Luther, E. L. pp. 22-26

The organization of production: a splendid way, pp. 27-28

The organization of production: how not to do it, p. 29

The organization of production: a good way to do it, pp. 29-30

Evolution in marketing and the Wisconsin Cheese Federation, Comings, Geo. F. pp. 31-36

The county agent and the organization of production, p. 37

Marketing Wisconsin dairy cattle, pp. 38-46

Organized potato growing, pp. 47-48

Organizing the manufacture of butter and cheese, Farrington, E. H. pp. 49-51

How agricultural fairs may assist in organizing agricultural production, pp. 51-52

Here is an idea, pp. 52-53

Boys' and girls' clubs and the organization of production, p. 54

Maintaining the soil fertility on Wisconsin dairy farms, Musbach, F. L. pp. 55-63

Nature demands lime for light soils, Ullsperger, H. W. pp. 63-67

Sweetening a whole county, Lacey, James pp. 67-70

Alfalfa, Swartz, Peter C. pp. 70-79

Barley--an important crop, Campion, T. H. pp. 79-85

Soy beans, Ristow, C. S. pp. 86-90

The dairyman's wonder plant, Luther, E. L. pp. 91-94

Self-feeding of hogs, pp. 94-95

Barley for fattening pigs--1919, Morrison, F. B.; Bohstedt, G. pp. 96-103

Sheep in Wisconsin, Woodard, W. pp. 103-105

How to breed and care for a flock of sheep, Woodard, W. pp. 105-106

Shepherd's calendar, Kleinheinz, F. pp. 106-107

A new settler's experience with sheep, West, C. P. pp. 107-108

Organizing wool production, pp. 109-110

A milestone of progress, p. 111

How consolidation has worked out in Polk County, Stenerson, Martin pp. 112-118

The needs of the vicinity, Kepler, Hattie pp. 119-123

The University of Wisconsin, pp. 124-126

Farmers' Institutes, p. 127


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