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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture / Attend the winter course. Catalog of the short course, 1930-31
([1930])

Departments of instruction,   pp. 27-38 ff. PDF (2.2 MB)


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THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
buildings for the home farm. Surveying out of doors in pleas-
ant weather and designing in the drafting room the rest of the
time. Mr. Jones.
  D. rearm Tractors. Engine and tractor troubles. Practice
with different types of tractors. Course A, Gas Engines, must
precede or accompany this course. Mr. Duffee.
  E. Farm Meebaniem and Convenlences. Water supply, sew-
age disposal, plumbing, heating and ventilation; concrete' con-
struction. thread cutting, soldering, rope work and harness
repair. Lectures and laboratory work. Mr. Jones.
  F. Rural Electrification. Lectures, demonstrations, labora-
tory work and problems in the use of electricity on the farm.
Mr. Schaenzer.
                  Agricultural Journalism
             ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR SUMNER
  Farm Advertising. Salesmanship is needetd on the progres-
sive farm. The farm name, the farm letterhead, the classified
advertisement, display and sales advertisements, sales letters,
catalogs, and auction posters are some of the mediums which
will be studied. Mr. Sumner.
       BREEDING WISCONSIN PUREBRED GRAINS
                        Agronomy
PROFESSORS MOORE, GRABER, LEITH; ASSOCIATE PRO-
   FESSOR WRIGHT; ASSISTANT PROFESSORS STONE,
              HOLDEN; ASSISTANT ZERBEL
 The courses in Agronomy are intended to give' the students
 a knowledge of the elements involved in the successful pro-
 duction of farm  crops. The selection of varieties, cultural
 methods, management, rotations, improvement of all kinds of
 farm crops, and the control of weeds will be fully discussed.
 A. Farm Crops. A study of varieties of field crops for Wis-
 consin and methods of handling them through all phases of
culture and harvest. Mr. Wright, Mr. Leith.
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