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Image 2 of Kentucky farm and home science, vol. 2 No. 3 summer 1956

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M . _; T AND is A- (ZZ/ZL? ~ Q '* . J Volume 2, Number 3 ..................... Summer 1956 _ I ( . A report of progress published quarterly by the Kentucky Agricultural { . Experiment Station, University of Kentucky, Lexington _ KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERINIENT Material appearing in this publication may be STATION reproduced without further permission, provided _` FRANK j. Wntcu ........................,....,..,.,..,..,,._.,.,_,___,,, Director that full acknowledgment is made of the source I W. P. Gmuucus ..........................................l A ssociate Director and that no change in headings or text is made $1 H. B. Pmcr ..................................,.... A rlministrative Assistant without approval by the author. Q j. ALLAN Ssmu ....................................... A gricultural Editor Address Correspondence about articles in this pub_ 9 ‘ Kgntucky Farm and Home Science lication to either the authors or the Department of _ josrm c. DUNCAN ............,............................................. Editor Public 1¤f<>rm¤¤i¤¤ arid Kd¤¤¤¤i<>¤¤l Aida Exam **` OMNNE jouxsox ...........................................,, A ssisranr Editor ment Station Building. University of Kentucky, Lex- ` Roumzr C. l\IAY .........................,...................... Photogapher ington. gi . I Th ° I 50 YEARS or FEED REGULATORY Siznvtciz Pagg 3 By Bruce Poundstone _, FEEDLOT Srizeas Penroruyt ON TV Pagg 9 _ By A. R. Parsons, ]. D. Kemp and W. P. Garrigus Y V Y DAmY Scnzxrisrs STUDY \VAYs TO Am BUTTER QUALITY Page 11 A By T. R. Freeman Xg ·+ N ·:< » 3 .· The Cover Symbolic of the eliicient work of the Oflice of Feed ,;‘l· _ z_ » L'j,_, Control is the work of this inspector as he extracts a _; ps . Y sample of feed for analysis. He is using a “core thief,” " ‘ t` — designed for obtaining samples with a minimum of ; - ‘{ ;. ; trouble and requiring only a few ounces of the prod- ,·4_ uct. His office is celebrating the Golden Anniversary i. · . i` of the beginning of feed regulatory work in Kentucky. a-T ` ·-·. For details, see pages 3-8. A `Q *7