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Image 461 of Annual report. 1919

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INDEX iii Pages V ( Humphrey, John R., Bulletin 221, by ................................................ 21 2 Inspection and analyses of feeds and their use, Bulletin 223, on 69 _ Marketing hemp, Bulletin 221, on ....................................,............... 21 Miscellaneous mixed feeds, analyses of ..........................l............l.. 206-255 Mixed feeds, analyses of ,l............................,........I.............................. 175-195 Nicholls, VV. D., Bulletin 222, by .............. . .........................,..,............ 45 Peter, A. M. and others, Bulletin 220, by .,..........I........................... 1 ` - Peter, A. M. and others, Bulletin 223, by .............,..,.,.I............Il....... 69 Poultry feeds, analyses of ..............,....................,,.........................,... 196-205 Rations— A . Fed to White Leghorn chicks ...........,...........I.......................... 7-9 . For chicks selected with reference to relative lysine con- tent ..... . .......................................................................,............... 10 ' Reports of tractor owners in Kentucky ........I........,...............I...... 52-53 Rodes, \Vm. and others, Bulletin 224, by ....I........................I...lI... 257 Skim milk, effect of on chicks .....r..... TL .....,..............................,........ 16 Spears, H. D. and others, Bulletin 223, by ...................................... 69 Straight feeds, analyses of .I........................................r..........,......,... 108-175 Sulfate of ammonia, analyses of ......I.....,....I..................,I................ 372 Tags, system for feeds ..........r.......,.....................I...__.......................... 74 r Tractors- Advantages and disadvantages of ......._...................................... 50 Cost, etc. ,......................I..........,....................................................... 65-66 Cost for plowing ...........................................,..............................._ 64 ‘ Custom work ....................,............................................................... 68 Depreciation of ................................,......................__._......,.............. 63 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 prohts ...................._.............,_........_......,......._ 51 V Life of ............................,,.....................................,............................ 63 Minimum acreage on which profitaible ___.._.,,,_,,.__..______________..,, 55 r·"~ Proper size of ..................................._... . ..,_......_.__..,_._._.._____,,__,...__ 55 Quality of work, effect on crop yields .................................... 61 J, Repairs ...........,,.....,.......,...........,......_...........____._.______.,,.._______,,______..__ 64 Substituting for work animals ........................_........l......_.....,._, 60 \Vork performed by, during year ..............,,......._______,_..____,_______ 57-59 \Vork performed per day ...........,,.__........__......____...___.__,,_.___.._______, 59 , Turner, J. D. and others, Bulletin 223, by I...............___...,....,...___,... 69 \Vilkins, R. H. and others, Bulletin 220, by _._.,,_,,.._.___,____,____..,,___, 1