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(University of Missouri, 1915)
questions that do not seem to be fully and satisfactorily answered. A series of experiments were carried on by the Dairy Department of the Missouri Agricultural College during the winters of 1913-1914 and 1914-1915. The work for 1913-1914 was carried on by D...
Minimum milk requirement for calf raising
(University of Missouri, 1919)
The dairyman is keenly interested in knowing how he can raise his calves in an economical and successful manner. This thesis reports the results of several experiments in early weaning and minimum use of milk for calf rearing, which constitute part...
Winter rations for dairy heifers
(University of Missouri, 1917)
The special object of these experiments is to compare the efficiency and economy of rations which are conducive to rapid growth with rations of such character as to admit of but limited growth....
A study of the relation of type and conformation to production in dairy cattle
(University of Missouri, 1913)
The subject of dairy type and conformation is a question of vital importance to all breeders and students of dairy cattle. It is a well-known fact that from the standpoint of milk production there is no method of ascertaining ...
The minimum protein requirement for growing dairy heifers
(University of Missouri, 1918)
with such large farm animals as dairy heifers. Consequently the results cannot be entirely satisfactory from a scientific standpoint. Yet if such experiments are properly controlled they should give results of value both scientifically and practically."...
The relation of type and conformation to production in dairy cattle
(University of Missouri, 1916)
Text from introduction: "The object of this investigation is to determine so far as possible how much importance should be attached to form and type in the selection of dairy cows and to what extent type may be expressed ...