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Image 457 of Annual report. 1919

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INDEX iii Pages ’ Humplzrey, John R., Bulletin 221, by .......>.......>......,......................... 21 Inspection and analyses of feeds and their use, Bulletin 223, on 69 Marketing hemp, Bulletin 221, on ..,................................................. 21 Miscellaneous mixed feeds, analyses of .......i...... . ..............,.......,.... 206-255 _ Mixed feeds, analyses of ........i....,.........................,.........,........i........... 175-195 ( Nicholls, VV. D., Bulletin 222, by ....4................................................... 45 J Peter, A. M. and others, Bulletin 220, by .....................i.................. 1 _ Peter, A. M. and others, Bulletin 223, by .......................................... 69 Poultry feeds, analyses of ...........................................l...l.................. 196-205 Rations— · ) Fed to White Leigliorn chicks .................................l....,........... 7-9 V For chicks selected with reference to relative lysine con- tent ..... . ....................................................................................... 10 Reports of tractor owners in Kentucky .................................i..i... 52-53 . Rodes, Wm. and others, Bulletin 224, by .............i...............i........ 257 Skim milk, effect of on chicks .....................................................i.... 16 » Spears, H. D. and others, Bulletin 223, by ...................................... 69 r Straight feeds, analyses of ................................................................ 108-175 Sulfate of ammonia, analyses of ...................................................... 372 Tags, system for feeds ...................,.................................................... 74 Tractors- Advantages and disadvantages of .............................................. 50 Cost, etc. .......................................................................................... 65-66 · Cost for plowing ............................................................................ 64 Custom work .................................................................................... 68 Depreciation of ................................................................................ G3 Economy of as influenced by size of farm .............................. 54 Experience with, in Kentucky, Bulletin 222, on .................... 45 ` Importance of competent operator .......................................... 62 Influence on farm profits ............................................................ 51 A Life of .............................................................................._................. 63 Minimum acreage on which profitaible ..............__.................... 55 Proper size of ..................................... . .....,.................................. 55 Quality of work, effect on crop yields .................................... 61 \ Repairs ........................................................................,._................... 64 * Substituting for work animals .................................................. 60 \Vork performed by, during year .............................................. 57-59 VVork performed per day ...................................,.........,................ 59 Turner, J. D. and others. Bulletin 223, by ...................................... 69 Wilkins, R. H. and others, Bulletin 220, by ..,........._.__........_....._._. 1