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Silage as a part ration for horses and mules or various ages under varying conditions
(University of Missouri, 1916)
Text from page 174: This was an initial effort to feed silage as a part ration to horses and mules of various ages and under varying conditions at the Missouri Experiment Station. The data in the 1915-1916 tests are not sufficient to make possible...
The influence of breeding young swine upon the parents, the offspring and the breed
(University of Missouri, 1913)
has long been known as a swine-producing country of surpassing excellence, and claims to produce and consume more pork than any other nation. Missouri alone, in 1907. sent to market 3,878,863 head of hogs valued at $38,788,630, and at that time...
The value of in-breeding in the improvement of the domestic animals
(University of Missouri, 1917)
In this paper I shall take the stand of a neutral, and all literature and available material of value upon the subject both for and against, will be studied with a view of determining our present knowledge of in-breeding ...