Annual Report of the Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Volum 11

"Condensed outlines of articles published in Reports 1-19, Bulletins 1-133, 1887-1907, [by Joseph L. Hills], "in no. 20 p. 387-505.

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Side 127 - June 30, 1898 ; that we have found the same well kept, and classified as above, and that the receipts for the year from the treasurer of the United States are shown to have been...
Side 123 - Jersey citizen who is concerned in agriculture, whether farmer, manufacturer, or dealer, has the right to apply to the Station for any assistance that comes within its province to render, and the Station will respond to all applications as far as lies in its power.
Side 364 - ... restored by the end of the second day. The fat percentage dropped during the first day and was decidedly increased the second day, remaining a little high during the next few days, as compared with the flow of three weeks later. Solids not fat averaged about the same, except for the second milking. " It seems safe to conclude, as a result of the two tests, that fatigue tends to lessen the milk flow temporarily, to affect variously its quality for the first one or two milkings, and to raise the...
Side 172 - ... accomplished by the law is the driving out of the State, the adulterated cottonseed meal which was so largely sold in 1897. The law has come into effect with little friction, and bids fair to run as smoothly and satisfactorily as the fertilizer law. It protects both the dealer and the consumer. It tends toward a more rational use of feeding stuffs, which will be alike beneficial to the feeder and the dealer.
Side 123 - ... spirit of public service that has animated the institution from its inception is well expressed in the words of the first notice, issued April 7, 1880; "The New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station was established for the purpose of promoting agriculture by scientific investigation and experiment...
Side 123 - That for the purpose of protection from frauds in commercial fertilizers, and from adulterations in foods, feeds and seeds, and for the purpose of promoting agriculture by scientific investigation and experiment, the Maine Fertilizer Control and Agricultural Experiment Station is hereby established in connection with the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
Side 341 - A unit of dry matter in the Atlas ration made 6 per cent more product than did a unit of dry matter in the cottou-seed-linseed ration, a reverse of last year's result. The trend in individual cases, however, was generally uniform. A unit of dry matter in the corn-silage ration made 10 per cent more product than did one in the cornsunflower-head ration. The quality of the milk remained unaltered throughout. The results showed slight differences in one case, and considerable differences in the other...
Side 225 - Every lot of seeds of agricultural plants, whether in bulk or in package, containing one pound or more, and including the seeds of cereals (except sweet corn), grasses, forage plants, vegetables, and garden plants, but not including those of trees, shrubs and ornamental plants, which is sold, offered or exposed for sale for seed by any person or persons in Maine, shall be accompanied by a written or printed guarantee of its percentage of purity, freedom from foreign matter: Provided, That mixtures...
Side 299 - Average dates of last killing frost in spring and first killing frost in fall.
Side 342 - Relutite superiority of different rations. •'The Atlas ration proved superior and furnished the cheapest protein, the cottonseed-linseed ration ranking second. The gain in the last experiment was entirely in skim milk and manure. The scantily fed cows lost flesh. "The addition of sunflower heads to corn silage injured it and lowered production.

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