Agricultural Research Bulletins, Nos. 448-488

Altman, Landy
Ashton, Gordon
Augustine, Grace
Baker, Randolf
Barger, G.
Bauder, Ward
Baumann, Ross
Beneke, Ray
Biester, Alice
Burrill, Lida
Carter, Harold
Catron, Damon
Chryst, Walter
Dean, Gerald
Dillon, John
Doll, John
Donaldson, Beatrice
Duncan, E.
Easley, Eddie
Everson, L.
Fielder, Lonnie
Fischer, Loyd
Fremling, Calvin
Fuller, Wayne
Gaarder, Raymond
Heady, Earl
Held, R.
Howell, H.
Husain, S.
Jebe, Emil
Krenz, Ronald
Ladd, George
Laursen, Marvin
Loftsgard, Laurel
Love, Harold
Lyle, Mary
Mackie, Arthur
Maki, Wilbur
McKee, Dean
Miller, Walter
Nicholson, R.
Nielsen, D.
Nixon, P.
Ohlson, Margaret
Orazem, Frank
Ottoson, Howard
Pesek, John
Purnell, Glen
Richards, Allen
Rohwer, Robert
Runkles, J.
Schnittker, John
Schwab, G.
Shaw, R.
Shepherd, Geoffrey
Shrader, W.
Smith, Janice
Smith, Wesley
Speer, Vaughn
Stoneberg, Everett
Strand, Norman
Swanson, Pearl
Timmons, John
Tweeten, Luther
Walker, Odell
Willis, Elisabeth
Yeh, H.
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Volume 33, Bulletins 448-488. (448) Management Aspects of School Lunch Programs in Iowa; (449) Optimum Farm Plans for Beginning Tenant Farmers on Clarion-Webster Soils (An Application of Linear Programming); (450) Farm Planning for Maximum Profits on the Cresco-Clyde Soils in Northeast Iowa, And Comparison of Farm and Nonfarm Incomes for Beginning Farmers (An Application of Linear Programming; (451) Analysis of Returns from Farm and Nonfarm Employment Opportunities on Shelby-Grundy-Haig Soils; (452) Social Status and Occupational Prospects of Married Farm Laborers in Cherokee County, Iowa 1949; (453) Load Characteristics of Selected Highly Electrified Iowa Farms; (454) Application of Input-Output Analysis to a Regional Model Stressing Agriculture; (455) Economic Optima in Soil Conservation Farming and Fertilizer Use for Farms in the Ida-Monona Soil Area of Western Iowa; (456) Plans for Beginning Farmers in Southwest Iowa with Comparison of Farm and Nonfarm Income Opportunities; (457) Seasonal Changes in Soil Moisture as Related to Rainfall, Soil Type and Crop Growth; (458) Research on Irrigation of Corn and Soybeans at Conesville and Ankeny, Iowa, 1951 to 1959; (459) Effects of the Federal Programs for Corn and Other Grains on Corn Prices, Feed Grains Production and Livestock Production; (460) Soil Erosion Control in Process in Western Iowa; (461) Relative Efficiencies of Farm Tenure Classes in Intrafirm Resource Allocation; (462) New Procedures in Estimating Feed Substitution Rates and in Determining Economic Efficiency in Pork Production: II. Replacement Rates of Corn and Soybean Oilmeal in Fortified Rations for Growing-Fattening Swine on Pasture; (463) Fertilizer Production Functions for Corn and Oats: Including an Analysis of Irrigated and Residual Response; (464) Comparison of Methods and Blowers for the Purity Analysis of Kentucky Bluegrass Seed; (465) Evaluation of Some Soil Moisture Characteristics of Iowa Soils; (466) Progress and Problems in the Iowa Soil Conservation Districts Program: A Pilot Study of the Jasper Soil Conservation District; (467) Application of Linear Programming to the Study of Supply Responses in Dairying; (468) Food Intakes of 2,189 Women in Five North Central States; (469) Input-Output Analysis Emphasizing Regional and Commodity Sectors of Agriculture; (470) Educational Needs of Three Socio-Economic Groups of Rural Homemakers in Iowa; (471) Changes in Supply Functions and Supply Elasticities in Hog Production; (472) Production Surfaces and Economic Optima for Corn Yields with Respect to Stand and Nitrogen Levels; (473) Forecasting Beef Cattle and Hog Prices by Quarter-Years; (474) Statistical Analysis of Certain Institutional Variables in the Butter and Margarine Market; (475) Use of a Dynamic Model in Programming Optimum Conservation Farm Plans on Ida-Monona Soils; (476) Alternative parity Formula for Agriculture; (477) Consumer Preferences for Pork, Des Moines, Iowa; (478) Economy of Innovations in Dairy Farming and Adjustments to Increase Resource Returns; (479) Iowa Farm Operators' and Farm Landlords' Knowledge of, Participation in and Acceptance of the Old Age and Survivors Insurance Program; (480) Adjustments to Meet Changes in Prices and to Improve Incomes on Dairy Farms in Northeastern Iowa; (481) Analysis of Income Possibilities From Farm Adjustments in Southern Iowa: Including Production of Grade B Milk; (482) Biology of a Large Mayfly, Hexagenia bilineata (Say), of the Upper Mississippi River; (483) Biology and Possible Control of Nuisance Caddisflies of the Upper Mississippi River; (484) Cometitive Position of Small Dairy Herds on North-Central Iowa Farms; (485) Theories of Choice in Relation to Farmer Decisions; (486) Profit-Maximizing Plans and Static Supply Schedules for Fluid Milk in the Des Moines Milkshed; (487) Programming Procedures for Farm and Home Planning Under Variable Price, Yield and Capital Quantities; (488) Application of Game Theory Models to Decisions on Farm Practices and Resource Use