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Iowa Farm Science: Volume 8, Issue 10

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Farm Outlook
( 1954-04-01) Extension and Experiment Station Publications

We began with 94.7 million head of cattle and calves on farms and ranches on January 1, 1954. That was 1 million head more than a year earlier. And it set a new all-time high.

Carryover Fertilizer- How Much?
( 1954-04-01) Dumenil, Lloyd ; Meldrum, H. ; Pesek, John ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

What happens to the fertilizer you apply? Usually, several things:

Getting Greater Hog Profits
( 1954-04-01) Heady, Earl ; Catron, Damon ; McKee, Dean ; Ashton, Gordon ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

In our article, "Heading for Greater Hog Profits," last month, we outlined a new principle for recommending swine rations- one quite different from the older recommendations of hog feeding.

What Paint for What Purpose?
( 1954-04-01) Van Vlack, C. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

This is the first of two articles designed to help you take the guesswork out of painting. Choosing the right paint for particular conditions and a particular surface will often save time and expense later.

What Will Corn Acreage Allotments Mean?
( 1954-04-01) Kaldor, Donald ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Acreage allotments have been announced for corn. How much will these allotments cut corn production or livestock production? A study made before the allotments were announced indicates what types of shifts we may expect.