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1-736 (1915-1961) Circular (University of Missouri. Agricultural Extension Service) MERLIN record
737-889 (1961-1967) Circular (University of Missouri. Extension Division) MERLIN record
890-922 (1967-1972) C (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division) MERLIN record
923- (1978- ) EC (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division) MERLIN record

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  • Give your family rhubarb 

    Cunningham, Clyde R.; Carl, Flora L. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1949)
    "Rhubarb, often called "pie plant" is one of our most popular perennial vegetables. Primarily a cool-season plant it comes early in the spring when the supply of many vegetables is limited. For the home garden, where only ...
  • Unusual meats : how to prepare and serve them 

    Carl, Flora L.; Jopling, Letha K. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1943)
    "In the slaughtering and dressing of meat animals often some choice edible portins are not appreciated and may be laid aside until they have lost their freshness or they may be immediately thrown away. Brain, heart, tripe, ...
  • Pickles and relish 

    Carl, Flora L. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "Pickles and relishes have little food value, but they point up a dinner, add a party air to a buffet lucheon or a picnic supper, and if served only occasionally are a special treat for a family meal. Their clear color, ...
  • The Missouri plan of growing thrifty pigs 

    Burch, J. W. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "It is becoming increasingly difficult in the corn belt to produce thrifty pigs. When the country was new, large, healthy litters were raised because such troubles as worms and necrotic-enteritis were rarely encountered. ...
  • Farm water systems 

    Wooley, J. C.; Jones, M. M.; Huff, K. B. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "An adequate supply of pure water is essential for good health of the farm family, and when piped under pressure to the home and other parts of the farmstead, where needed, it is a most valuable asset. Water available under ...
  • A low cost kitchen water system 

    Huff, K. B. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "An abdundant supply of good pure water, conveniently furnished, and a safe sanitary method of disposing of household wastes are two of the greatest conveniences that can be installed in any home. No type of equipment will ...
  • Lamb and mutton on the farm 

    Ewing, T. A.; Carl, Flora L. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1939)
    "Although lamb and mutton have not been widely used in Missouri farm homes in the past, these meats are now taking on a new significance because of the widespread shift to pasture farming and the increased use of sheep as ...
  • Loading livestock 

    Huff, K. B. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1939)
    "Every livestock farm should be equipped with some sort of a loading chute to facilitae safe, convenient handling of livestock. A survey made in 1935 by the National Livestock Loss Prevention Board shows there is an average ...
  • Canning fruits and vegetables (1939) 

    Carl, Flora L. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1939)
    "Canning is one method of preserving food. All foods taste better fresh than canned and canning requires some time, labor and capital so one would not ordinarily can a food that he could use fresh or could keep by storing ...
  • Rations for dairy cows 

    Regan, M. J.; Cloninger, W. H. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1939)
    "The average annual production for Missouri dairy cows, 160 pounds of butterfat, can be raised to approximately 300 pounds through proper feeding."--First paragraph.
  • Suggestions for spraying : commercial apple orchards 

    Swartwout, H. G.; Enns, W. R. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1962)
    Provides a suggested pesticide spraying program for commercial apple orchards as well as suggestions on how to handle conditions such as fireblight or pests.
  • Analyze your food cost : a simple method for small and medium sized restaurants 

    Welch, John M. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1960)
    "When you operate a restaurant food cost is basic. 'Food Cost' may be defined as the ratio of the cost of all ingredients to the selling price you receieve. We may speak of the food cost of a single menu item, such as a ...
  • Feeding for egg production 

    Kempster, H. L. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "Feed represents much more than half the total cost of egg production. The average well managed flock of 165 hens and the young stock necessary to make normal replacements is fed approximately 7 tons of feed in a year. ...
  • Apples for everyday use 

    Martin, W. R., Jr.; Carl, Flora L. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "Apples raw and cooked have long been a favorite fruit because of their colorful beauty, pleasing aroma, tart flavor, crisp texture, good keeping qualities, and good nutritional value. The food and health values of the ...
  • Canning fruits and vegetables (1940) 

    Carl, Flora L. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "Canning is one method of preserving food. All foods taste better fresh than canned and canning requires some time, labor and capital so one would not ordinarily can a good that he could use fresh or could keep by storing ...
  • Homemade poultry equipment 

    Moyer, D. D.; Huff, K. B. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "On every farm where poultry is raised the use of adequate equipment is essential for profitable net returns. The laying flock comfortably housed and provided with ample feeders, waterers, nests, and sanitary roosts will ...
  • Feeding stations and shelters for quail on Missouri farms 

    Nagel, Werner O.; Bennitt, Rudolf (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "On most Missouri farms under normal conditions, there is enough food and cover during the summer and fall for more quail than are usually found there. One reason -- perhaps the most important reason -- why these additional ...
  • The Missouri plan of sheep improvement 

    Ewing, T. A.; Burch, J. W. (University of Missouri. Extension Division, 1940)
    "Missouri ranks as the leading state in the corn belt in the production of early spring lambs. A relatively short winter with sufficiently low temperatures to hold sheep parasites in check, and an early spring, make ...

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