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  • Apparatus and method for determining the hardness of butter fat 

    Perkins, A. E. (Albert Edward), b. 1881 (University of Missouri, 1911)
    One of the important properties to be taken into account in judging the quality of butter is the so called Body, by which is meant the hardness, consistency or firmness of the butter. Body is described by the butter Judge ...
  • The best winter ration for the dairy heifer 

    Talbot, Alfred Eddy (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The increasing demand for dairy cows, and cows of greater efficiency has led to a more systematized rearing of the dairy heifer. The need of a winter ration, considering the economic price and amount of food consumed, is ...
  • Cream ripening and its relation to butter flavors 

    Stanton, Asa Claude (University of Missouri, 1915)
    The object of the investigations reported in this thesis was to study a few of the factors affecting the quality of cream before it is churned, and the quality of the butter within a short duration of time after it is ...
  • Effect of cotton seed meal upon the churnability of cream, and the market qualities of the butter 

    Graves, R. R. (Roy Ralph), b. 1886 (University of Missouri, 1912)
    The results of the investigations already carried out along the line of the effect of cotton seed meal upon butter have been marked by a lack of uniformity of results. In view of this it seems desirable to conduct this ...
  • The effect of lactation on growth 

    Regan, W. M. (William Michael), 1884-1962 (University of Missouri, 1914)
    There are five uses in general to which a dairy cow may put her feed. It may be used for maintenance, for growth, for the production of milk, for the laying on of fat and for the growth of the foetus. In view of the fact ...
  • Effect of the plane of nutrition on the ash constituents of cow's milk 

    Mathiason, Gertrude Karen (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Only within the last few years has the importance of the mineral elements of food been recognized. The mineral elements are especially necessary during the period of growth, for, while they form but a very small part of ...
  • The efficiency of certain methods of preserving milk samples for chemical analysis with special reference to the protein constituents 

    Primm, Roy Lee (University of Missouri, 1911)
    The need has long been felt for an efficient preservative for milk samples intended for chemical analysis. Since it is not feasible to make all analyses on the fresh sample some means must be used to preserve the milk. ...
  • Experiments with silos and silage 

    Magruder, Don G. (University of Missouri, 1914)
    It is claimed that the first silo in the United States was built in Michigan in 1875. However it is only recently that their use has become general. For a long time they were considered of value only to dairymen but ...
  • General consideration of the calcium and phosphorus in the ration of growing cattle 

    Woodward, Edwin Garver (University of Missouri, 1913)
    The object of this experiment was to compare two rations, one of high calcium and phosphorus content and the other of low calcium and phosphorus content, in their effects upon growing calves.
  • An investigation of farm or dairy buttermaking : dissertation 

    Keithley, J. R. (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Butter is one of the oldest articles of diet which is being manufactured today. Hayward, in collecting data concerning the history of butter, found it mentioned in the Vedas - written 2,000 to 1,400 B. C. Its importance ...
  • Investigation of the unsaturated acids of cottonseed oil 

    Wright, P. A. (Philip Anson), b. 1886 (University of Missouri, 1913)
    In the course of a study of the methods of analysis of cotton seed oil from linoleic acid, by means of the isolation of the acid as its bromine compound, the end product of the analysis which should have been linoleic ...
  • Minimum protein requirements for the growth of dairy heifers 

    Riford, Lloyd Stephen (University of Missouri, 1915)
    In order to reduce the feed cost as much as possible, it is of considerable importance to know the required amount of protein necessary to develop the heifer normally. To best arrive at a protein standard for dairy heifers ...
  • Normal growth of dairy heifers 

    Burlingham, C. Lloyd (Charles Lloyd); Gillette, Lester S. (Lester Sidney) (University of Missouri, 1914)
    The Federal Office of Farm Management reports (March, 1914) that there are 21,749,651 dairy cows in the United States. Considering the average productive life to be six of seven years, it is evident that 3,000,000 to ...
  • Nutrients required for developing the fetus in dairy cattle 

    Musser, Karl Bryant (University of Missouri, 1914)
    A cow may use feed for five purposes as follows: 1) Maintenance 2) Milk Production 3) Increasing body weight 4) Growth, if not mature 5) Developing the fetus. Feeding standards have been established experimentally for all ...
  • The nutrients required for growth by heifers of dairy breeds 

    Brandt, P. M. (Philip Martin), 1888- (University of Missouri, 1913)
    According to the census figures there are approximately 20,000,000 cows used for dairy purposes in the United States at the present time. It is probably safe to assume that these cows are milked on the average not more ...
  • Nutrients required for milk production 

    Woodward, T. E. (Thompson Elwyn) (University of Missouri, 1911)
    There are three essentials to high yields of milk - proper kind of cows, proper care and management and proper feeding. This investigation will deal only with the last. No matter what the inherent dairy qualities of the ...
  • The per cent of fat in milk as influenced by the fatness of the cow and the plane of nutrition 

    White, G. C. (George Cleveland), b. 1887 (University of Missouri, 1912)
    The question of the fatness of the cow and plane of nutrition as effecting the per cent of fat in milk has been under investigation at the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station for a period of three years. An interest ...
  • Physical characteristics and chemical constitution of human milk fat 

    Bristow, H. G. (University of Missouri, 1911)
    In this paper will be given the physical characteristics and physical and chemical constants of the fat from human milk and as many quantitative estimations as can be calculated from the constants thus obtained, with its ...
  • Protein requirements for dairy heifers 

    Caine, George B. (George Ballif), 1889-1969 (University of Missouri, 1914)
    The last report of the United States Department of Agriculture shows that it costs $61.40 to raise a dairy heifer until two years of age. Most of this cost as shown by them is the feed, and of the feeds used those of a ...
  • The removal of lime from the ash of cow feces 

    Dutcher, Raymond Adams, b. 1886 (University of Missouri, 1912)
    While employed in the Government Dairy Research Laboratories at Columbia, Missouri, the writer had occasion to conduct the analytical work in a mineral nutrition experiment conducted on dairy cattle. The principal constituent ...