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A study of the treatment of the intestinal parasites of swine
(University of Missouri, 1914)
progress, gains a firm foot-hold on the affected animal before its presence is suspected and is especially injurious to young, poorly fed shoats. Older hogs when properly fed are able to withstand its attacks for some time before any noticeable symptoms...
Age as a factor in animal breeding
(University of Missouri, 1911)
comprehensive nor far-reaching. Director F.B. Mumford of the Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Missouri first conceived the idea of conducting an experiment for the determination of the proper age of animals for breeding. Unfortunately...
The effects of various planes of nutrition upon the cost of maintenance, reproduction, and development of beef cows
(University of Missouri, 1916)
The frequency with which valuable animals reproduce themselves has always been a factor of economic importance in the pure bred cattle business. Great economic changes during the last few years have made this an important ...
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...