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Image 371 of Annual report. 1918

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

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. **25 , i; . t Ii; ‘ INDEX. iii AA · Pages A A - Pastures, importa11ce of, i11 profitable dairying .,,..A........................ 123 ~ Pla11t food, buy fertilizers co11tai11i11g the n1ost ....,............,........ 163 ` Pot-grown versus flat-grown tomato pla11ts .............,........................ 150 . i Profitable dairy farm organization i11 Kentucky, Bulleti11 A 217, 011 ...................,...................>........................................................ 95 A Profitableness of a farm, how to 1l1€£:LSl.ll'€ .................................... 103 / P1·uning 3.ll(l staking, effect of, 011 tomatoes .................................... 150-4 ‘ - Publications relating to strawberries ......................,....,............i....... 67,93,94 , . Pure-bred Jersey herd, a successful farm with a .....1.................. 128 g. Raising versus bllylllg cows ........................................i,,....................... 121 A Rambouillet sheep ....,........,.,.,....................._.......................................... 16 ` i" 1 Rate of depreciation _of tl1e dairy-l1erd ............................................ 124 - _ Receipts per cow and crop yields, effect of, 011 profits .............. 106 A Receipts on labor 111COl1l€ .......... Z .......1.............,......,.........,.................. 108 Rodes, \Vm., a11d H. E. Curtis, Bulleti11 219, by .......................... 163 I Scours of sheep ...,.....................,......,....................................................... 44 I: A A Shearing of flock __..,,_..._,.,_,......____,_...___,,._..,..___...,,...____,.,......__....,......_..... 28 ‘ A · Sheep, ])1`€Bdl11g 11lBthOdS recommended ........................................,. 21 Ig ~ Sheep, ca1·e and inanagement of, Bulletin 215, 011 .....,.................... 5 · Sheep, dipping .___,,,_.._,..,_,_,...__._,.,___._._,_,__,.....__...__................_.....,........... 34 r Sheep, 9(]l1l]_)1l1€1lt necessary for keeping ,............................,.......... 18 , Sl1eep, forage crops fo1· _...__._.,__.._.__..,.......__.i........_....i,....,..........i........... 35 , Sheep i11dl1Sl§1`Y i11 Kentucky, general survey of ............................ 6 "‘ I ' Sheep i11dustry in Kentucky, needs of ............................................ 46 A' · Sheep industry i11 Kentucky, outlook for ........................................ 5 . Sheep, lllH11ELg€11`l€llt at lambing time .............................................. 24 A A Sheep, markets for ,,........... . ........................,........................................... 39 ` Sheep, proper number of ewes per acre ....................... . .................... 18 A- Sheep, proportion of tl1e principal breeds in 39 cou11ties ............ 8 I ‘ if Sheep, selection of breeding stock ,.....l...............,............................. 16 _{ I; Sheep, shearing tl1e flock ,............................ . ...................................... 28 Sheep, Sllll`ll11€l' management of .......................................................... ‘ 34 Sheep, system of flock management .................................................. 16 Ajj I Sheep, time of breeding ....__.......................................................... . ....... 19 Sheep, weight of the fleece ....,.................c..>............>...............»,............ 32 ‘ Shl'O])Shll'€ sheep ............_............,,..............,................>...................,..... 11 A Size of tomatoes, effect of pruning and staking 011 .,.,.................. 155 A Q Some Experiments witl1 Tomatoes, Bulletin 218, 011 ,............... 147 I A Southdown sl1eep ._____.,.....___.......,................................................. . .......... A 10 I Spring nianagement of sheep ...............................,................. i .............. 26 I ~ Staking and pflllllllg tomatoes, effect of .i...............................l........ 150-4 Stomach \\’O1'1llS of sl1eep ....1>...................,................................»... . ....... 42 Strawberries, baskets a11d crates for ............................................l... 91193 Strawberries, Bulletin 216, 011 .........................................»»..... . ..........~ 67 Strawberries, carload sl1ip111e11t of ...............................»...................- 68»70 il 4 ¤. ,.;*;*1*, *1 Q; S .,‘I.i."¢.' gf