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Image 411 of Annual report. 1925

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. ‘ I ·' r . ‘·I » ` . A` i ` p - r4- il 2* ·‘‘ · .1- , mosx ` —i2.»"Z?>·l ii` Bulletins f Page Allen, H. R.., and others, Bulletin 263, by ........................................ 181 Analyses of commercial feeding stuis, results of ........................ 9-30 .‘ Analyses of commercial fertilizers .................................................... 186-323 Analyses of tobacco ____......_,_,..................... _ .......................................... 40-48-51 . Beef cattle, common practices in handling on farms with blue- ji grass ...........................................................,...................................... 69 { · Bluegrass farm, suggested organization for .................................... 91 _’__ Q farming with, Bulletin 259 on .............................................. 59 pastures, common practice in handling .......................... 67 g ,,__ profitable farming system with .......................................... 81 ir .’‘- , returns from ............................................................................ 66 _;F;%;f* gr Bulletins f· f—¤i·{,., 257. Commercial feeding stuffs in Kentucky in 1924 ........,__, 1 258. The relation of some chemical constituents to the T = grades of Kentucky tobacco ....,,.......................................... 31 _ , ‘ 259. Farming with bluegrass ........................................i............... 59 ` 260. Sources of animal protein for laying hens ........................ 99 , 2 261. An economic study of 270 farms in Union and Hender- , _· . son Counties ............................................................................ 133 _ 3 262. Root-rot of tobacco in Kentucky and its control ............ 155 ‘ 263. Analyses of commercial fertilizers .___,,...................,.......... 181 *, Chemical constituents, relations of to the grades of Kentucky tobacco ............. ; ................................i............................................... 31 " Commercial feeding stulfs in Kentucky in 1924, Bulletin 257 on 1 i_ I ` Commercial fertilizers, analyses of .................................................. 186-323 Z . i Crop rotation in central Kentucky, common systems of .............. 65 A I Curtis, H. E., and others, Bulletin 263, by ........................................ 181 I Economic Study of 270 farms in Union and Henderson Conn- : *, ties, Bulletin 261 on ...._............,...................................................... 133 ~' Effect of leaf-spot disease on nitrogen and nicotine content of `. tobacco leaf ________________._._._,__,.....,...................................................... 49 . V Egg production and hatchability of yearling hens .......................... 121 j Farming with bluegrass, Bulletin 259 on _,_,_...............,........,............ 59 _* Farms in Union and Henderson Counties, study of .................... 133 1 Feeding stuffs, commercial, in Kentucky in 1924 .......................... 1 ' results of analyses of .......................................................... 9-30 ‘ ~ Fertilizers, commercial, analyses of ..............................,................... 186-323 Gault, Lelah, and others, Bulletin 263, by ...................................... 131- 7 Grades of tobacco, significance of ................,,.............,.................... 35 l Grain supplements for skim-milk for laying hens .....,.................... 12*} ` {