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Bulletin No. Title Year Month Notes
FB0001 The what and why of agricultural experiment stations 1889    
FB0002 The work of the agricultural experiment stations: better cows, fibrin in milk, bacteria in milk, silos and silage, alfalfa, field experiments with fertilizers 1890    
FB0003 Culture of the sugar beet 1891    
FB0004 Fungous diseases of the grape and their treatment 1891    
FB0005 Treatment of smuts of oats and wheat 1892    
FB0006 Tobacco: instructions for its cultivation and curing 1892    
FB0007 Spraying fruits for insect pests and fungous diseases: with a special consideration of the subject in its relation to the public health 1892    
FB0008 Results of experiments with inoculation for the prevention of hog cholera 1892    
FB0009 Milk fermentations and their relations to dairying 1892    
FB0010 The Russian thistle and other troublesome weeds in the wheat region of Minnesota and North and South Dakota 1893    
FB0011 The rape plant: its history, culture, and uses 1893    
FB0012 Nostrums for increasing the yield of butter 1894    
FB0013 Cranberry culture 1894    
FB0014 Fertilizers for cotton 1894    
FB0015 Some destructive potato diseases: what they are and how to prevent them 1894    
FB0016 Leguminous plants for green manuring and for feeding 1894    
FB0017 Peach yellows and peach rosette 1894    
FB0018 Forage plants for the South 1894    
FB0019 Important Insecticides: Directions for Their Preparation and Use 1895 January 17  
FB0019 Important Insecticides: Directions for Their Preparation and Use 1895 January 17  
FB0020 Washed soils: how to prevent and reclaim them 1894    
FB0021 Barnyard Manure 1904   Revised by FB 192
FB0022 The Feeding of Farm Animals 1901 October 19  
FB0022 The Feeding of Farm Animals 1901 October 19  
FB0023 Foods: Nutritive Value and Cost 1894 October 23  
FB0024 Hog cholera and swine plague 1894    
FB0025 Peanuts: culture and uses 1895    
FB0026 Sweet potatoes: culture and uses 1900    
FB0027 Flax for seed and fiber in the United States 1895    
FB0028 Weeds: and how to kill them 1895 April 12  
FB0029 Souring of milk and other changes in milk products 1895 June 15  
FB0030 Grape diseases on the Pacific Coast 1895    
FB0031 Alfalfa or Lucern 1899    
FB0032 Silos and silage 1903    
FB0033 Peach growing for market 1895    
FB0034 Meats: composition and cooking 1896 August 12  
FB0035 Potato culture 1896 December 4  
FB0036 Cotton Seed and its Products 1896 January 30  
FB0037 Kafir corn: characteristics, culture, and uses 1896    
FB0038 Spraying for fruit diseases 1896    
FB0039 Onion culture 1896    
FB0040 Farm drainage 1899    
FB0041 Fowls: care and feeding 1896    
FB0042 Facts about milk 1906    
FB0043 Sewage disposal on the farm and the protection of drinking water 1896    
FB0044 Commercial fertilizers: composition and use 1906    
FB0045 Some insects injurious to stored grain 1897    
FB0046 Irrigation in humid climates 1896    
FB0047 Insects affecting the cotton plant 1897    
FB0048 The manuring of cotton 1897    
FB0049 Sheep feeding 1908    
FB0050 Sorghum as a forage crop 1899    
FB0051 Standard varieties of chickens 1907    
FB0052 The sugar beet: culture, seed development, manufacture, and statistics 1908    
FB0053 How to grow mushrooms 1897    
FB0054 Some common birds in their relation to agriculture 1904    
FB0055 The dairy herd: its formation and management 1917    
FB0056 Experiment station work - I 1897    
FB0057 Butter making on the farm 1903    
FB0058 The soy bean as a forage crop 1897    
FB0059 Bee keeping 1897    
FB0060 Methods of curing tobacco 1902    
FB0061 Asparagus culture 1897    
FB0062 Marketing farm produce 1903    
FB0063 Care of milk on the farm 1906    
FB0064 Ducks and geese: standard breeds and management 1897    
FB0065 Experiment station work - II 1898    
FB0066 Meadows and pastures: formation and cultivation in the middle eastern states 1899    
FB0067 Forestry for farmers 1898    
FB0068 The black rot of the cabbage 1898    
FB0069 Experiment station work - III 1898    
FB0070 The principal insect enemies of the grape 1898    
FB0071 Some essentials in beef production 1898    
FB0072 Cattle ranges of the Southwest: a history of the exhaustion of the pasturage and suggestions 1898    
FB0073 Experiment station work - IV 1908    
FB0074 Milk as food 1898    
FB0075 The grain smuts: how they are caused and how to prevent them 1898    
FB0076 Tomato growing 1898    
FB0077 The liming of soils 1905    
FB0078 Experiment station work - V 1908    
FB0079 Experiment station work - VI 1898    
FB0080 The peach twig-borer: an important enemy of stone fruits 1908    
FB0081 Corn culture in the south 1898    
FB0082 The culture of tobacco 1898    
FB0083 Tobacco soils 1898    
FB0084 Experiment station work - VII 1898    
FB0085 Fish as food 1907    
FB0086 Thirty poisonous plants of the United States 1898    
FB0087 Experiment station work - VIII 1908    
FB0088 Alkali lands 1899    
FB0089 Cowpeas 1899    
FB0090 The manufacture of sorghum sirup 1899    
FB0091 Potato diseases and their treatment 1899    
FB0092 Experiment station work - IX 1899    
FB0093 Sugar as food 1906    
FB0094 The vegetable garden 1899    
FB0095 Good roads for farmers 1899    
FB0096 Raising sheep for mutton 1899    
FB0097 Experiment station work - X 1909    
FB0098 Suggestions to southern farmers 1899    
FB0099 Three insects enemies of shade trees 1899    
FB0100 Hog raising in the South 1899    
FB0101 Millets 1899    
FB0102 Southern forage plants 1899    
FB0103 Experiment station work - XI 1899    
FB0104 Notes on frost 1911    
FB0105 Experiment station work - XII 1899    
FB0106 Breeds of Dairy Cattle 1899 September 20  
FB0107 Experiment station work - XIII 1899    
FB0108 Saltbushes 1900    
FB0109 Farmers' reading courses 1900    
FB0110 Rice culture in the United States 1900    
FB0111 The farmer's interest in good seed 1900    
FB0112 Bread and the principles of bread making 1900    
FB0113 The apple and how to grow it 1909    
FB0114 Experiment station work - XIV 1900    
FB0115 Hop culture in California 1900    
FB0116 Irrigation in fruit growing 1900    
FB0117 Sheep, hogs and horses in the Pacific Northwest: i. Sheep husbandry 1900    
FB0118 Grape growing in the South 1900    
FB0119 Experiment station work - XV 1900    
FB0120 The principal insects affecting the tobacco plant 1900    
FB0121 Beans. Peas, and other legumes as food 1911    
FB0122 Experiment station work - XVI 1900    
FB0123 Red clover seed: information for purchasers 1900    
FB0124 Experiment station work - XVII 1901    
FB0125 Protection of food products from injurious temperatures 1901    
FB0126 Practical suggestions for farm buildings 1901    
FB0127 Important insecticides: directions for their preparation and use 1901    
FB0128 Eggs and their uses as food 1906    
FB0129 Sweet potatoes 1901    
FB0130 The Mexican cotton-boll weevil 1901    
FB0131 Household tests for the detection of oleomargarine and renovated butter 1901    
FB0132 The principal insect enemies of growing wheat 1901    
FB0133 Experiment station work - XVIII 1901    
FB0134 Tree planting on rural school grounds 1907    
FB0135 Sorghum sirup manufacture 1901    
FB0136 Earth roads 1902    
FB0137 The angora goat 1908    
FB0138 Irrigation in field and garden 1901    
FB0139 Emmer: a grain for the semiarid regions 1901    
FB0140 Pineapple growing 1901    
FB0141 Poultry raising on the farm 1901    
FB0142 Principles of nutrition and nutritive value of food 1910    
FB0143 Conformation of beef and dairy cattle 1902    
FB0144 Experiment station work - XIX 1901    
FB0145 Carbon bisulphid as an insecticide 1902    
FB0146 Insecticides and fungicides: chemical composition and effectiveness of certain preparations 1902    
FB0147 Winter forage crops for the South 1902    
FB0148 Celery culture 1902    
FB0149 Experiment station work - XX 1902    
FB0150 Clearing new land 1908    
FB0151 Dairying in the South 1902    
FB0152 Scabies of cattle 1904    
FB0153 Orchard enemies in the Pacific Northwest 1902    
FB0154 The home fruit garden: preparation and care 1905    
FB0155 How insects affect health in rural districts 1908    
FB0156 The home vineyard: with special reference to northern conditions 1902    
FB0157 The propagation of plants 1924    
FB0158 How to build small irrigation ditches 1902    
FB0159 Scab in sheep 1903    
FB0160 Game laws for 1902: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipment, sale and licenses 1902    
FB0161 Practical suggestions for fruit growers 1902    
FB0162 Experiment station work - XXI 1903    
FB0163 Methods of controlling the boll weevil: advice based on the work of 1902 1903    
FB0164 Rape as a forage crop 1903    
FB0165 Silkworm culture 1903    
FB0166 Cheese making on the farm 1903    
FB0167 Cassava 1903    
FB0168 Pearl millet 1903    
FB0169 Experiment station work - XXII 1903    
FB0170 Principles of Horse Feeding 1903 May 1  
FB0171 The control of the codling moth 1903    
FB0172 Scale insects and mites on citrus trees 1903    
FB0173 A primer of forestry: part i, the forest 1909    
FB0174 Broom corn 1903    
FB0175 Home manufacture and use of unfermented grape juice 1903    
FB0176 Cranberry culture 1903    
FB0177 Squab raising 1904    
FB0178 Insects injurious in cranberry culture 1903    
FB0179 Horseshoeing 1903    
FB0180 Game laws for 1903: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipment, sale, and licenses 1903    
FB0181 Pruning 1903    
FB0182 Poultry as food 1903    
FB0183 Meat on the farm: butchering, curing and keeping 1903    
FB0184 Marketing live stock 1903    
FB0185 Beautifying the home grounds 1904    
FB0186 Experiment station work - XXIII 1904    
FB0187 Drainage of farm lands 1904    
FB0188 Weeds used in medicine 1904    
FB0189 Information concerning the Mexican cotton boll weevil 1904    
FB0190 Experiment station work - XXIV 1904    
FB0191 The cotton bollworm: an account of the insect, with results of experiments in 1903 1904    
FB0192 Barnyard manure 1904 January 25 Revision of FB 21
FB0193 Experiment station work - XXV 1904    
FB0194 Alfalfa seed 1904    
FB0195 Annual flowering plants 1904    
FB0196 Usefulness of the American toad 1904    
FB0197 Importance of game birds and eggs for propagation 1904    
FB0198 Strawberries 1904    
FB0199 Corn growing 1904    
FB0200 Turkeys: standard varieties and management 1904    
FB0201 The cream separator on western farms 1904    
FB0202 Experiment station work - XXVI 1904    
FB0203 Canned fruit, preserves, and jellies: household methods of preparation 1905 March  
FB0204 The cultivation of mushrooms 1904    
FB0205 Pig management 1908    
FB0206 Milk fever: its simple and successful treatment 1904    
FB0207 Game laws for 1904: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipment, sale and licenses 1904    
FB0208 Varieties of fruits recommended for planting 1904    
FB0209 Controlling the boll weevil in cotton seed and at ginneries 1904    
FB0210 Experiment station work - XXVII 1904    
FB0211 The use of Paris green in controlling the cotton boll weevil 1904    
FB0212 The cotton bollworm: some observations and results of field experiments in 1904 1905    
FB0213 Raspberries 1905    
FB0214 Beneficial bacteria for leguminous crops 1905    
FB0215 Alfalfa growing 1905    
FB0216 The control of the boll weevil, including results of recent investigations 1905    
FB0217 Essential steps in securing an early crop of cotton 1905    
FB0218 The school garden 1909    
FB0219 Lessons from the grain-rust epidemic of 1904 1905    
FB0220 Tomatoes 1905 March Scanned and online
FB0221 Fungous diseases of the cranberry 1905    
FB0222 Experiment station work - XXVIII 1905    
FB0223 Miscellaneous cotton insects in Texas 1905    
FB0224 Canadian field peas 1905    
FB0225 Experiment station work - XXIX 1905    
FB0226 The relation of coyotes to stock raising in the West 1905    
FB0227 Experiment station work - XXX 1905    
FB0228 Forest planting and farm management 1905    
FB0229 The production of good seed corn 1905    
FB0230 Game laws for 1905: a summary of the provisions relating to season, shipment, sale, and licenses 1905    
FB0231 Spraying for cucumber and melon diseases 1905    
FB0232 Culture and Uses of Okra 1918 July Scanned and online.
FB0233 Experiment station work - XXXI 1905    
FB0234 The guinea fowl and its use as food 1905    
FB0235 Cement mortar and concrete: preparation and use for farm purposes 1905    
FB0236 Incubation and incubators 1905    
FB0237 Experiment station work - XXXII 1905    
FB0238 Citrus fruit growing in the Gulf States 1906    
FB0239 The corrosion of fence wire 1905    
FB0240 Inoculation of legumes 1905    
FB0241 Butter making on the farm 1905    
FB0242 An example of model farming 1906    
FB0243 Fungicides and their use in preventing diseases of fruits 1906    
FB0244 Experiment station work - XXXIII 1906    
FB0245 Renovation of worn-out soils 1906    
FB0246 Saccharine sorghums for forage 1906    
FB0247 The control of the codling moth and the apple scab 1906    
FB0248 The lawn 1906    
FB0249 Cereal breakfast foods 1906    
FB0250 The prevention of stinking smut of wheat and loose smut of oats 1906    
FB0251 Experiment station work - XXXIV 1906    
FB0252 Maple sugar and sirup 1906    
FB0253 The germination of seed corn 1906    
FB0254 Cucumbers 1906   Superseded by FB 1563
FB0255 The home vegetable garden 1906    
FB0256 Preparation of vegetables for the table 1906    
FB0257 Soil fertility: an address delivered before the Rich Neck Farmers' Club, of Queen Anne County, Maryland 1909    
FB0258 Texas or tick fever and its prevention 1906    
FB0259 Experiment station work - XXXV 1906    
FB0260 Seed of red clover and its impurities 1906    
FB0261 The cattle tick in its relation to southern agriculture 1906    
FB0262 Experiment station work - XXXVI 1906    
FB0263 Practical information for beginners in irrigation 1906    
FB0264 The brown-tail moth and how to control it 1906    
FB0265 Game laws for 1906: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipment, sale and licenses 1906    
FB0266 Management of soils to conserve moisture: with special reference to semiarid conditions 1906    
FB0267 Experiment station work - XXXVII 1906    
FB0268 Industrial alcohol: sources and manufacture 1907    
FB0269 Industrial alcohol: uses and statistics 1906    
FB0270 Modern conveniences for the farm home 1906    
FB0271 Forage-crop practices in western Oregon and western Washington 1906    
FB0272 A successful hog and seed-corn farm 1906    
FB0273 Experiment station work - XXXVIII 1906    
FB0274 Flax culture 1907    
FB0275 The gypsy moth and how to control it 1907    
FB0276 Experiment station work - XXXIX 1907    
FB0277 The use of alcohol and gasoline in farm engines 1907    
FB0278 Leguminous crops for green manuring 1907    
FB0279 A method of eradicating Johnson grass 1907    
FB0280 A profitable tenant dairy farm 1907    
FB0281 Experiment station work - XL 1907    
FB0282 Celery 1907    
FB0283 Spraying for apple diseases and the coddling moth in the Ozarks 1907    
FB0284 Insect and fungous enemies of the grape east of the Rocky Mountains 1907    
FB0285 The advantage of planting heavy cotton seed 1907    
FB0286 Comparative value of whole cotton seed and cotton-seed meal in fertilizing cotton 1907    
FB0287 Poultry management 1907    
FB0288 The nonsaccharine sorghums 1907    
FB0289 Beans 1923    
FB0290 The cotton bollworm: a summary of its life history and habits, with some results of investigations in 1905 and 1906 1907    
FB0291 Evaporation of apples 1907    
FB0292 Cost of filling silos 1907    
FB0293 Use of fruit as food 1907    
FB0294 Farm practice in the Columbia Basin uplands 1907    
FB0295 Potatoes and other root crops as food 1910   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0296 Experiment station work - XLI 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0297 Methods of destroying rats 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0298 Food value of corn and corn products 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0299 Diversified farming under the plantation system 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0300 Some important grasses and forage plants for the Gulf Coast region 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0301 Home-grown tea 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0302 Sea Island cotton: its culture, improvement, and diseases 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0303 Corn-harvesting machinery 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0304 Growing and curing hops 1928   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0305 Experiment station work - XLII 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0306 Dodder in relation to farm seed 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0307 Roselle: its culture and uses 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0308 Game laws for 1907: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipment, sale and licenses 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0309 Experiment station work - XLIII 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0310 A successful Alabama diversification farm 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0311 Sand-clay and burnt-clay roads 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0312 A successful southern hay farm 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0313 Harvesting and storing corn 1907   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0314 A method of breeding early cotton to escape boll-weevil damage 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0315 Progress in legume inoculation 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0316 Experiment station work - XLIV 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0317 Experiment station work - XLV 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0318 Cowpeas 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0319 Demonstration work in cooperation with southern farmers 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0320 Experiment station work - XLVI 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0321 The use of the split-log drag on earth roads 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0322 Milo as a dry-land grain crop 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0323 Clover farming on the sandy jack-pine lands of the North 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0324 Sweet potatoes 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0325 Small farms in the corn belt 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0326 Building up a run-down cotton plantation 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0327 The conservation of natural resources 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0328 Silver fox farming 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0329 Experiment station work - XLVII 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0330 Deer farming in the United States 1908   Online in Subscription Area - Scan of Bound book of bulletin numbers 295 to 330
FB0331 Forage crops for hogs in Kansas and Oklahoma 1908    
FB0332 Nuts and their uses as food 1908    
FB0333 Cotton wilt 1908    
FB0334 Experiment station work - XLVIII 1908    
FB0335 Harmful and beneficial mammals of the arid interior: with special reference to the Carson and Humboldt valleys, Nevada 1908    
FB0336 Game laws for 1908: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipment, sale and licenses 1908    
FB0337 Cropping systems for New England dairy farms 1908    
FB0338 Macadam roads 1909    
FB0339 Alfalfa 1908    
FB0340 Declaration of governors for conservation of natural resources 1908    
FB0341 The basket willow 1909    
FB0342 Experiment station work - XLIX 1909    
FB0343 The cultivation of tobacco in Kentucky and Tennessee 1909    
FB0344 The boll weevil problem: with special reference to means of reducing the damage 1909    
FB0345 Some common disinfectants 1916    
FB0346 The computation of rations for farm animals by the use of energy values 1909    
FB0347 The repair of farm equipment 1909    
FB0348 Bacteria in milk 1909    
FB0349 The dairy industry in the South 1909    
FB0350 The dehorning of cattle 1909    
FB0351 The tuberculin test of cattle for tuberculosis 1909    
FB0352 The Nevada mouse plague of 1907-08 1909    
FB0353 Experiment station work 1909    
FB0354 Onion Culture 1909 April Issued this date.
FB0354 Onion Culture 1935 March Issued April 26, 1909, slightly revised April, 1930.
FB0355 A successful poultry and dairy farm 1909    
FB0356 Peanuts 1909    
FB0357 Methods of poultry management at the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station 1909    
FB0358 A primer of forestry: part ii: practical forestry 1915    
FB0359 Canning vegetables in the home 1909    
FB0360 Experiment station work - LI 1909    
FB0361 Meadow fescue: its culture and uses 1909    
FB0362 Conditions affecting the value of market hay 1909    
FB0363 The use of milk as food 1915    
FB0364 A profitable cotton farm 1909    
FB0365 Farm management in northern potato-growing sections 1909    
FB0366 Experiment station work - LII 1910    
FB0367 Lightning and lightning conductors 1909    
FB0368 The eradication of bindweed,  or wild morning-glory 1909    
FB0369 How to destroy rats 1909    
FB0370 Replanning a farm for profit 1909    
FB0371 Drainage of irrigated lands 1909    
FB0372 Soy beans 1909    
FB0373 Irrigation of alfalfa 1909    
FB0374 Experiment station work - LIII 1909    
FB0375 Care of food in the home 1909    
FB0376 Game laws for 1909: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipment, sale, limits, and licenses 1909    
FB0377 Harmfulness of headache mixtures 1909    
FB0378 Methods of exterminating the Texas-fever tick 1909    
FB0379 Hog cholera 1909    
FB0380 The Loco-weed Disease 1909    
FB0381 Experiment station work - LIV 1909    
FB0382 The adulteration of forage-plant seeds 1909    
FB0383 How to destroy English sparrows 1910    
FB0384 Experiment station work - LV 1910    
FB0385 Boys' and girls' agricultural clubs 1910    
FB0386 Potato culture on irrigated farms of the West 1910    
FB0387 The preservative treatment of farm timbers 1910    
FB0388 Experiment station work - LVI 1910    
FB0389 Bread and bread making 1910 April  
FB0390 Pheasant raising in the United States 1910    
FB0391 Economical use of meat in the home 1910 April  
FB0392 Irrigation of sugar beets 1910    
FB0393 Habit-forming agents: their indiscriminate sale and use a menace to the public welfare 1910    
FB0394 The use of windmills in irrigation in the semiarid West 1910    
FB0395 Sixty-day and Kerson oats 1910    
FB0396 The muskrat 1910    
FB0397 Bees 1910    
FB0398 Farm practice in the use of commercial fertilizers in the South Atlantic states 1910    
FB0399 Irrigation of grain 1910    
FB0400 A more profitable corn-planting method 1910    
FB0401 The protection of orchards in the Pacific Northwest from spring frosts by means of fires and smudges 1910    
FB0402 Canada bluegrass: its culture and uses 1910    
FB0403 The construction of concrete fence posts 1910    
FB0404 Irrigation of orchards 1910    
FB0405 Experiment station work - LVII 1910    
FB0406 Soil conservation 1910    
FB0407 The potato as a truck crop 1910    
FB0408 School exercises in plant production 1910    
FB0409 School lessons on corn 1910    
FB0410 Potato culls as a source of industrial alcohol: with a general discussion of the availability of other wastes 1910    
FB0411 Feeding hogs in the South 1917    
FB0412 Experiment station work - LVIII 1910    
FB0413 The care of milk and its use in the home 1910    
FB0414 Corn cultivation 1926    
FB0415 Seed corn 1917    
FB0416 The production of cigar-leaf tobacco in Pennsylvania 1910    
FB0417 Rice culture 1910    
FB0418 Game laws for 1910: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipments, sale, and licenses 1910    
FB0419 Experiment station work - LIX 1910    
FB0420 Oats: distribution and uses 1910    
FB0421 The control of blowing soils 1910    
FB0422 Demonstration work on southern farms 1910    
FB0423 Forest nurseries for schools 1910    
FB0424 Oats: growing the crop 1910    
FB0425 Experiment station work - LX 1910    
FB0426 Canning peaches on the farm 1917    
FB0427 Barley culture in the southern states 1910    
FB0428 Testing farm seeds in the home and in the rural school 1933    
FB0429 Industrial alcohol: sources and manufacture 1911    
FB0430 Experiment station work - LXI 1911    
FB0431 The peanut 1911    
FB0432 How a city family managed a farm 1911    
FB0433 Cabbage 1928    
FB0434 The home production of onion seed and sets 1936    
FB0435 Experiment station work - LXII 1911    
FB0436 Winter oats for the South 1917    
FB0437 A system of tenant farming and its results 1911    
FB0438 Hog houses 1911    
FB0439 Anthrax: with special reference to its suppression 1911    
FB0440 Spraying peaches for the control of brown-rot, scab, and curculio 1918    
FB0441 Lespedeza, or Japan clover 1911    
FB0442 The treatment of bee diseases 1911    
FB0443 Barley: growing the crop 1911    
FB0444 Remedies and preventives against mosquitoes 1923    
FB0445 Marketing eggs through the creamery 1911    
FB0446 The Choice of Crops for Alkali Lands 1924 June  
FB0447 Bees 1924    
FB0448 Better grain-sorghum crops 1911    
FB0449 Rabies or hydrophobia 1923    
FB0450 Some facts about malaria 1932    
FB0451 Experiment station work - LXIII 1911    
FB0452 Capons and caponizing 1911 May Issued May. 1911 as FB452. Revised December, 1917 and published as FB 849.  Revised this issue.
FB0453 Danger of general spread of the gipsy and brown-tail moths through imported nursery stock 1911    
FB0454 A successful New York farm 1911    
FB0455 Red clover 1911    
FB0456 Our grosbeaks and their value to agriculture 1911    
FB0457 Experiment station work - LXIV 1911    
FB0458 The best two sweet sorghums for forage 1911    
FB0459 House flies 1911    
FB0460 Frames as a factor in truck growing 1911    
FB0461 Use of concrete on the farm 1911    
FB0462 The utilization of logged-off land for pasture in western Oregon and western Washington 1911    
FB0463 The sanitary privy 1911    
FB0464 The eradication of quack-grass 1911    
FB0465 Experiment station work - LXV 1911    
FB0466 Winter emmer 1911    
FB0467 The control of the chestnut bark disease 1911    
FB0468 Forestry in nature study 1912    
FB0469 Experiment station work - LXVI 1911    
FB0470 Game laws for 1911: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipments, sale and licenses 1911    
FB0471 Grape propagation, pruning, and training 1932    
FB0472 Systems of farming in central New Jersey 1911    
FB0473 Tuberculosis: a plain statement of facts regarding the disease, prepared especially for farmers and others interested in live stock 1911    
FB0474 Use of paint on the farm 1917    
FB0475 Ice houses 1911    
FB0476 The dying of pines in the southern states: cause, extent, and remedy 1911    
FB0477 Sorghum-syrup manufacture 1918    
FB0478 How to prevent typhoid fever 1911    
FB0479 Experiment station work - LXVII 1912    
FB0480 Practical method of disinfecting stables 1917    
FB0481 Concrete construction on the livestock farm 1922    
FB0482 The pear and how to grow it 1923    
FB0483 The thornless prickly pears 1912    
FB0484 Some common mammals of western Montana in relation to agriculture and spotted fever 1912    
FB0485 Sweet clover 1912    
FB0486 Experiment station work - LXVIII 1912    
FB0487 Cheese and its economical uses in the diet 1912    
FB0488 Diseases of cabbage and related crops and their control 1912    
FB0489 Two dangerous imported plant diseases 1912    
FB0490 Bacteria in milk 1912    
FB0491 The profitable management of the small apple orchard on the general farm 1912    
FB0492 The more important insect and fungous enemies of the fruit and foliage of the apple 1912    
FB0493 The English sparrow as a pest 1917    
FB0494 Lawn soils and lawns 1917    
FB0495 Alfalfa seed production 1912    
FB0496 Raising Belgian hares and other rabbits 1917    
FB0497 Some Common Game, Aquatic and Rapacious Birds in Relation to Man 1924 March Issued May 6, 1912.  Revised this issue.
FB0498 Methods of exterminating the Texas-fever tick 1916    
FB0499 Experiment station work - LXIX 1912    
FB0500 The control of the boll weevil 1912    
FB0501 Cotton improvement under weevil conditions 1924    
FB0502 Timothy production on irrigated land in the northwestern states 1912    
FB0503 Comb honey 1912    
FB0504 Experiment station work - LXX 1912    
FB0505 Benefits of improved roads 1917    
FB0506 Food of some well-known birds of forest, farm, and garden 1922    
FB0507 The smuts of wheat, oats, barley and corn 1912    
FB0508 Market hay 1912    
FB0509 Forage crops for the cotton region 1916    
FB0510 Game laws for 1912: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, shipments, sale, and licenses 1912    
FB0511 Farm Bookkeeping 1920 June Issued October, 1912.  Revised this issue.
FB0512 The boll weevil problem: with special reference to means of reducing damage 1912    
FB0513 Fifty common birds of farm and orchard 1913    
FB0514 Experiment station work - LXXI 1912    
FB0515 Vetches 1928    
FB0516 The production of maple sirup and sugar 1912    
FB0517 Experiment station work - LXXII 1912    
FB0518 Winter barley 1912    
FB0519 An example of intensive farming in the cotton belt 1913    
FB0520 The storage and marketing of sweet potatoes 1912    
FB0521 Canning tomatoes at home and in club work: i. Canned tomatoes, catchup, chow-chow, etc. 1913    
FB0522 Experiment station work - LXXIII 1913    
FB0523 Tobacco curing 1928 July  
FB0523 Tobacco curing 1937 December  
FB0524 Tile drainage on the farm 1917    
FB0525 Raising guinea pigs 1921    
FB0526 Mutton and its value in the diet 1913    
FB0527 Experiment station work - LXXIV 1913    
FB0528 Hints to poultry raisers 1921    
FB0529 Vetch growing in the South Atlantic states 1913    
FB0530 Important poultry diseases 1913    
FB0531  Larkspur, or 'poison weed'  1913   Superseded by FB 988.
FB0532 Experiment station work - LXXV 1913    
FB0533 Good seed potatoes and how to produce them 1915   Superseded by FB 1332.
FB0534 Durum wheat 1913    
FB0535 Sugar and its value as food 1913    
FB0536 Stock poisoning due to scarcity of food 1913    
FB0537 How to grow an acre of corn 1913    
FB0538 Sites, soils, and varieties for citrus groves in the Gulf States 1913    
FB0539 Propagation of citrus trees in the Gulf States 1913    
FB0540 The stable fly 1913    
FB0541 Farm butter making 1913    
FB0542 Culture, fertilization, and frost protection of citrus groves in the Gulf States 1913    
FB0543 Common white grubs 1913    
FB0544 Potato-Tuber Diseases 1913   Superseded by FB 1367
FB0545 Controlling Canada thistles 1913    
FB0546 How to manage a corn crop in Kentucky and West Virginia 1913    
FB0547 The yellow-fever mosquito 1913    
FB0548 Storing and marketing sweet potatoes 1913    
FB0549 Experiment station work - LXXVI 1913    
FB0550 Crimson clover: growing the crop 1913    
FB0551 The cultivation of American ginseng 1913    
FB0552 Kafir as a grain crop 1913    
FB0553 Pop corn for the home 1920    
FB0554 Pop corn for the market 1920    
FB0555 Cotton anthracnose and how to control it 1913    
FB0556 The making and feeding of silage 1913    
FB0557 The potato-tuber moth 1913    
FB0558 Agricultural outlook [September 11, 1913] 1913    
FB0559 Use of corn, kafir, and cowpeas in the home 1913    
FB0560 Agricultural outlook [October 11, 1913] 1913    
FB0561 Bean growing in eastern Washington and Oregon, and northern Idaho 1913    
FB0562 The organization of boys' and girls' poultry clubs 1913    
FB0563 Agricultural outlook  [November 11, 1913] 1913    
FB0564 The gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth, with suggestions for their control 1914    
FB0565 Corn meal as a food and ways of using it 1914    
FB0566 Boys' pig clubs: with special reference to their organization in the South 1913    
FB0567 Sugar-beet growing under irrigation 1924    
FB0568 Sugar-beet growing under irrigation 1929    
FB0569 Texas or tick fever 1928    
FB0570 The agricultural outlook [December 27, 1913] 1913    
FB0571 Tobacco Culture (PDF Format) 1931 November Scanned and online.
FB0572 A system of farm cost accounting 1924    
FB0573 The Angora Goat 1914   Superseded by FB1203.
FB0574 Poultry house construction 1914    
FB0575 The agricultural outlook [February 7, 1914] 1914    
FB0576 Breeds of Sheep for the Farm 1937 October Issued May 2, 1914.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB0576 Breeds of Sheep for the Farm 1940 Sep Issued May 2, 1914.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB0577 Growing Egyptian cotton in the Salt River Valley, Arizona 1914    
FB0578 The making and feeding of silage 1941    
FB0579 Crimson clover: utilization 1914    
FB0580 Beef production in the South 1914    
FB0581 The agricultural outlook [March 18, 1914] 1914    
FB0582 Uses for chestnut timber killed by the bark disease 1914    
FB0583 The common mole of Eastern United States 1917    
FB0584 The agricultural outlook [March 23, 1914] 1914    
FB0585 Natural and artificial incubation of hens' eggs 1914    
FB0586 Collection and preservation of plant material for use in the study of agriculture 1929    
FB0587 Economic value of North American skunks 1923    
FB0588 Economical cattle feeding in the corn belt 1914    
FB0589 Homemade silos 1914    
FB0590 The agricultural outlook [April 23, 1914] 1914    
FB0591 The classification and grading of cotton 1914    
FB0592 Stock-watering places on western grazing lands 1914    
FB0593 How to use farm credit 1914    
FB0594 Shipping eggs by parcel post 1914    
FB0595 Arsenate of lead as an insecticide against the tobacco hornworms in the dark-tobacco district 1914    
FB0596 The culture of winter wheat in the Eastern United States 1914    
FB0597 The road drag and how it is used 1914    
FB0598 The agricultural outlook [May 22, 1914] 1914    
FB0599 Pasture and grain crops for hogs in the Pacific Northwest 1914    
FB0600 An outfit for boring taprooted stumps for blasting 1914    
FB0601 A new system of cotton culture and its application 1914    
FB0602 Production of clean milk 1932    
FB0603 Arsenical cattle dips: methods of preparation and direction for use 1914    
FB0604 The agricultural outlook [June 23, 1914] 1914    
FB0605 Sudan grass as a forage crop 1914    
FB0606 Collection and preservation of insects and other material for use in the study of agriculture 1917    
FB0607 The farm kitchen as a workshop 1921   Superseded by FB 1513.
FB0608 Removal of garlic flavor from milk and cream 1914    
FB0609 Bird houses and how to build them 1923   Superseded by 1456.
FB0610 Wild onion: methods of eradication 1918    
FB0611 The agricultural outlook [July 21, 1914] 1914    
FB0612 Breeds of beef cattle 1930    
FB0613 Goldenseal Under Cultivation 1936 June  
FB0614 A corn-belt farming system which saves harvest labor by hogging down crops 1917    
FB0615 The agricultural outlook [August 22, 1914] 1914    
FB0616 Winter-wheat varieties for the Eastern United States 1914    
FB0617 School lessons on corn 1914    
FB0618 Leaf-spot: a disease of the sugar beet 1922    
FB0619 Breeds of draft horses 1954    
FB0620 The agricultural outlook [September 1, 1914] 1914    
FB0621 How to attract birds in Northeastern United States 1922 April Issued December 14, 1914.  Revised June, 917. Second Revision November, 1921. Reprint this issue.
FB0622 Basket willow culture 1914    
FB0623 Ice houses and the use of ice on the dairy farm 1915    
FB0624 Natural and artificial brooding of chickens 1921    
FB0625 Cotton wilt and root-knot 1917    
FB0626 The carpet beetle or 'buffalo moth'  1914    
FB0627 The house centipede 1914    
FB0628 Game laws for 1914: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, export, sale, limits, and licenses 1914    
FB0629 The agricultural outlook [October 1, 1914] 1914    
FB0630 Some Common Birds Useful to the Farmer 1926 April  
FB0631 Growing peaches: sites, propagation, planting, tillage, and maintenance of soil fertility 1915   Revised and combined with 632 as FB 917.
FB0632 Growing peaches: pruning, renewal of tops, thinning, interplanted crops, and special practices 1915   Revised and combined with 632 as FB 917.
FB0633 Growing peaches: varieties and classification 1914 December Revised as Bulletin 918, January, 1918.
FB0634 The larger corn stalk-borer 1914    
FB0635 What the farm contributes directly to the farmer's living 1914    
FB0636 The chalcis-fly in alfalfa seed 1914 December 31  
FB0637 The grasshopper problem and alfalfa culture 1915    
FB0638 Laboratory exercises in farm mechanics for agricultural high schools 1915    
FB0639 Eradication of the cattle tick necessary for profitable dairying 1914    
FB0640 The Hessian fly 1915    
FB0641 The agricultural outlook. [November 23, 1914] 1914    
FB0642 Tomato growing in the South 1915    
FB0643 Blackberry culture 1915    
FB0644 Manufacture and use of unfermented grape juice 1915    
FB0645 The agricultural outlook. [December 31, 1914] 1914    
FB0646 Crimson clover: seed production 1915    
FB0647 The home garden in the South 1915    
FB0648 The control of root-knot 1915    
FB0649 Alfalfa attacked by the clover root circulio 1915    
FB0650 San Jose scale and its control 1919    
FB0651 The agricultural outlook. [February 6, 1914] 1915    
FB0652 The sheep-killing dog 1915    
FB0653 Honey and its uses in the home 1922    
FB0654 How farmers may improve their personal credit 1915    
FB0655 Cottonseed meal for feeding beef cattle 1915    
FB0656 The community egg circle 1915    
FB0657 The chinch bug 1915    
FB0658 Cockroaches 1928    
FB0659 The true clothes moths 1915    
FB0660 Weeds: How to Control Them 1931 June Issued May 12, 1915.  Revised this issue.
FB0661 A method of analyzing the farm business 1915    
FB0662 The apple-tree tent caterpillar 1915    
FB0663 Drug plants under cultivation 1935    
FB0664 Strawberry growing in the South 1915    
FB0665 The agricultural outlook. [March 20, 1915] 1915    
FB0666 Foot-and-mouth disease 1952    
FB0667 Breaking and training colts 1915    
FB0668 The squash-vine borer 1915    
FB0669 Fiber flax 1925    
FB0670 Field mice as farm and orchard pests 1918    
FB0671 Harvest mites, or 'chiggers'  1915    
FB0672 The agricultural outlook. [April 23, 1915] 1915    
FB0673 Irrigation practice in rice growing 1915    
FB0674 Control of the citrus thrips in California and Arizona 1915    
FB0675 The Roundheaded Apple-tree borer 1919 August Issued July 6, 1915. Revised this issue.
FB0676 Hard clover seed and its treatment in hulling 1915    
FB0677 Growing hay in the South for market 1915    
FB0678 Growing hard spring wheat 1915    
FB0679 House flies 1915    
FB0680 Varieties of hard spring wheat 1915    
FB0681 The silverfish: an injurious household insect 1915    
FB0682 A simple trap nest for poultry 1919    
FB0683 Fleas as pests to man and animals, with suggestions for their control 1915    
FB0684 Squab Raising 1933 November Issued September, 1915.  Revised this issue.
FB0684 Squab Raising 1933 November Issued September, 1915.  Revised this issue.
FB0685 The Native Persimmon 1935 August  
FB0686 Uses of sorghum grain 1915    
FB0687 Eradication of ferns from pasture lands in the Eastern United States 1936    
FB0688 The culture of rice in California 1915    
FB0689 A plan for a small dairy house 1915    
FB0690 The field pea as a forage crop 1926    
FB0691 Grasshoppers and their control on sugar beets and truck crops 1933    
FB0692 Game laws for 1915 1915    
FB0693 Bur clover 1915    
FB0694 The cultivation of peppermint and spearmint 1915    
FB0695 Outdoor wintering of bees 1915    
FB0696 Handling and shipping citrus fruits in the Gulf States 1915    
FB0697 Duck Raising 1933 May Issued December, 1915.  Revised this issue.
FB0698 Trenching machinery used for the construction of trenches for tile drains 1915    
FB0699 Hydrocyanic-acid gas against household insects 1916    
FB0700 Pecan culture: with special reference to propagation and varieties 1922    
FB0701 The bagworm: an injurious shade-tree insect 1916    
FB0702 Cottontail rabbits in relation to trees and farm crops 1929    
FB0703 Suggestions for parcel post marketing 1916    
FB0704 Grain farming in the corn belt with live stock as a side line 1916 January  
FB0705 The catalpa sphinx 1916    
FB0706 Laws relating to fur-bearing animals, 1915: a summary of laws in the United States and Canada relating to trapping, protection, propagation, and bounties 1916    
FB0707 The commercial grading, packing and shipping of cantaloupes 1918    
FB0708 The leopard moth: a dangerous imported insect enemy of shade trees 1916    
FB0709 Muscadine grapes 1916    
FB0710 Bridge grafting of fruit trees 1916    
FB0711 The care and improvement of the wood lot 1916    
FB0712 School lunches 1924    
FB0713 Sheep scab 1952    
FB0714 Sweet-potato diseases 1917    
FB0715 Measuring and marketing woodlot products 1916    
FB0716 Management of sandy-land farms in northern Indiana and southern Michigan 1916    
FB0717 Food for Young Children 1922 February Issued March 4, 1916.  Superseded by FB 1674.
FB0718 Cooperative live stock shipping associations 1916    
FB0719 An economic study of the farm tractor in the corn belt 1916    
FB0720 Prevention of losses of live stock from plant poisoning 1916    
FB0721 The rose-chafer: a destructive garden and vineyard pest 1916    
FB0722 The leaf blister mite of pear and apple 1916    
FB0723 The oyster-shell seale and the scurfy scale 1916    
FB0724 Feeding grain sorghums to live stock 1922    
FB0725 Wireworms destructive to cereal and forage crops 1916    
FB0726 Natal grass: a southern perennial hay crop 1916    
FB0727 Growing fruit for home use in the Great Plains area 1937    
FB0728 Dewberry culture 1916    
FB0729 Corn culture in the southeastern states 1916    
FB0730 Button clover 1916    
FB0731 The true army worm and its control 1916    
FB0732 Marquis wheat 1916    
FB0733 The corn and cotton wireworm in its relation to cereal and forage crops, with control measures 1916    
FB0734 Flytraps and their operation 1939    
FB0735 The red spider on cotton and how to control it 1916    
FB0736 Ginseng diseases and their control 1930    
FB0737 The clover leafhopper and its control in the central states 1916    
FB0738 Cereal crops in the panhandle of Texas 1916    
FB0739 Cutworms and Their Control in Corn and Other Cereal Crops 1936 October Issued June, 1916.  Revised May, 1920.
FB0740 House ants: kinds and methods of control 1916    
FB0741 The alfalfa weevil and methods of controlling it 1916    
FB0742 The white-pine blister rust 1916    
FB0743 The feeding of dairy cows 1924    
FB0744 The preservative treatment of farm timbers 1928    
FB0745 Waste land and wasted land on farms 1916    
FB0746 The farmer's income 1916    
FB0747 Grasshopper control in relation to cereal and forage crop 1922    
FB0748 A simple steam sterilizer for farm dairy utensils 1919    
FB0749 Grains for the Montana dry lands 1916    
FB0750 Roses for the Home 1932 December Issued September, 1916. Revised this issue.
FB0751 Peanut oil 1916    
FB0752 The fall armyworm or grass worm and its control 1936    
FB0753 Commercial handling, grading, and marketing of potatoes 1916    
FB0754 The bedbug 1916    
FB0755 Common birds of Southeastern United States in relation to agriculture 1927    
FB0756 Culture of rye in the eastern half of the United States 1916    
FB0757 Commercial varieties of alfalfa 1920    
FB0758 Muscadine grape sirup 1916    
FB0759  'White ants' as pests in the United States and methods of preventing their damage 1916    
FB0760 How to attract birds in Northwestern United States 1924    
FB0761 Management of muck-land farms in northern Indiana and southern Michigan 1916    
FB0762 The false chinch bug and measures for controlling it 1916    
FB0763 Orchard barkbeetles and pinhole borers, and how to control them 1918    
FB0764 Cotton ginning information for farmers 1916    
FB0765 Breeds of swine 1917    
FB0766 The common cabbage worm 1916 November Issued this date.
FB0766 The common cabbage worm 1917 April Issued November 20, 1916.  Reprinted with corrections this issue.
FB0767 Goose raising 1960    
FB0768 Dwarf broom corns 1917    
FB0769 Growing grain on southern Idaho dry farms 1916    
FB0770 Canaries: their care and management 1916    
FB0771 Homemade fireless cookers and their use 1919    
FB0772 Control of the sugar-beet nematode 1916    
FB0773 Corn growing under droughty conditions 1917 June December 1916.  Reprinted this issue.
FB0774 Game laws for 1916: a summary of the provisions relating to seasons, export, sale, limits, and licenses 1916    
FB0775 Losses from selling cotton in the seed 1926    
FB0776 Growing cherries east of the Rocky Mountains 1923 November Issued December, 1916. Revised this issue.
FB0777 Feeding and management of dairy calves and young dairy stock 1917    
FB0778 Powder-post damage by lyctus beetles to seasoned hardwood 1917    
FB0779 How to select a sound horse 1949    
FB0780 Castration of young pigs 1916    
FB0781 Tuberculosis of hogs 1938    
FB0782 The use of a diary for farm accounts 1922 March Issued January, 1917.  Reprinted this issue.
FB0782 The use of a diary for farm accounts 1922 March Issued January, 1917.  Reprinted this issue.
FB0783 Laws relating to fur-bearing animals, 1916: a summary of laws in the United States and Canada relating to trapping, protection, propagation, and bounties 1916    
FB0784 Anthrax or charbon 1931    
FB0785 Seed-flax production 1917    
FB0786 Fall-sown grains in Maryland and Virginia 1927    
FB0787 Sea island cotton 1916    
FB0788 The windbreak as a farm asset 1917    
FB0789 Mushroom pests and how to control them 1925    
FB0790 Contagious abortion of cattle 1917    
FB0791 Turkey raising 1917    
FB0792 How the federal farm loan act benefits the farmer 1917    
FB0793 Foxtail millet: its culture and utilization in the United States 1924    
FB0794 Citrus fruit improvement: how to secure and use tree-performance records 1928    
FB0795 The domesticated silver fox 1917    
FB0796 Some common edible and poisonous mushrooms 1922    
FB0797 Sweet clover: growing the crop 1922 January Issued April, 1917.  Reprint this issue.
FB0798 The sheep tick and its eradication by dipping 1948    
FB0799 Carbon disulfide as an insecticide 1924    
FB0800 Grains for the dry lands of central Oregon 1919    
FB0801 Mites and Lice on Poultry 1939 July Issued May, 1917.  Revised August, 1931.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB0802 Classification of American upland cotton 1917    
FB0803 Horse-breeding suggestions for farmers 1949    
FB0804 Aphids injurious to orchard fruits, currant, gooseberry and grape 1917    
FB0805 Drainage on irrigated farms 1937    
FB0806 Standard varieties of chickens: i. The American class 1917    
FB0807 Bread and bread making in the home 1917    
FB0808 How to select foods: i. What the body needs 1922    
FB0809 Marketing live stock in the South: suggestions for improvement 1917    
FB0810 Equipment for farm sheep raising 1940    
FB0811 The production of baby beef 1917    
FB0812 How live stock is handled in the bluegrass region of Kentucky 1917    
FB0813 Construction and use of farm weirs 1924    
FB0814 Bermuda grass 1922    
FB0815 Organization, financing, and administration of drainage districts 1927    
FB0816 Minor articles of farm equipment 1917    
FB0817 How to select foods: ii. Cereal foods 1922    
FB0818 The small vegetable garden: suggestions for utilizing limited areas 1917    
FB0819 The tobacco budworm and its control in the southern tobacco districts 1923    
FB0820 Sweet clover: utilization 1917    
FB0821 Watermelon diseases 1917    
FB0822 Live-stock classifications at county fairs 1917    
FB0823 Sugar-beet sirup 1917    
FB0824 How to select foods: iii. Foods rich in protein 1917    
FB0825 Pit silos 1930    
FB0826 Eradicating tall larkspur on cattle ranges in the national forest 1917    
FB0827 Shallu, or "Egyptian wheat": a late-maturing variety of sorghum 1921    
FB0828 Farm reservoirs 1917    
FB0829 Asparagus 1927    
FB0830 Marketing eggs by parcel post 1917    
FB0831 The red spider on cotton and how to control it 1939    
FB0832 Trapping moles and utilizing their skins: with especial reference to the Pacific coast states 1917    
FB0833 Methods of controlling or eradicating the wild oat in the hard spring-wheat area 1917    
FB0834 Hog cholera 1953    
FB0835 How to detect outbreaks of insects and save the grain crops 1922 April Issued June, 1917. Revised August, 1920. Reprint this issue.
FB0835 How to detect outbreaks of insects and save the grain crops 1922 April Issued June, 1917. Revised August, 1920. Reprint this issue.
FB0836 Sweet clover: harvesting and thrashing the seed crop 1917    
FB0837 The asparagus beetles and their control 1917    
FB0838 Harvesting hay with the sweep-rake: a means by which eastern hay-growers may save labor 1917    
FB0839 Home canning by the one-period cold-pack method: taught to canning club members in the northern and western states 1917    
FB0840 Farm Sheep Raising for Beginners 1934 April Issued July, 1917.  Revised November, 1932.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB0841 Drying fruits and vegetables in the home: with recipes for cooking 1917    
FB0842 Modern methods of protection against lightning 1917    
FB0843 Important pecan insects and their control 1917    
FB0844 How to attract birds in the middle Atlantic states 1922    
FB0845 The gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth and their control 1917    
FB0846 The tobacco beetle and how to prevent damage by it 1917    
FB0847 Potato storage houses 1933    
FB0848 The boll-weevil problem: with special reference to means of reducing damage 1917    
FB0849 Capons and caponizing 1932 May Issued May. 1911 as FB452. Revised December, 1917 and published as FB 849.  Revised this issue.
FB0850 How to make cottage cheese on the farm 1917    
FB0851 The house fly 1917    
FB0852 Management of common storage houses for apples in the Pacific northwest 1917    
FB0853 Home canning of fruits and vegetables: as taught to canning club members in the southern states 1917    
FB0854 Strawberry culture in Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia 1917    
FB0855 Homemade silos 1922    
FB0856 Control of diseases and insect enemies of the home vegetable garden 1917    
FB0857 Screw worms and other maggots affecting animals 1926    
FB0858 The guinea fowl 1917    
FB0859 Home uses for muscadine grapes 1917    
FB0860 Cranberry insect problems and suggestions for solving them 1917    
FB0861 Removal of stains from clothing and other textiles 1917    
FB0862 The common mealy bug and its control in California 1917    
FB0863 Irrigation of grain 1917    
FB0864 Practical information for beginners in irrigation 1932    
FB0865 Irrigation of alfalfa 1917    
FB0866 The use of windmills in irrigation in the semiarid West 1917    
FB0867 Tobacco hornworm insecticide: recommendations for use of powdered arsenate of lead in dark-tobacco district 1917    
FB0868 How to increase the potato crop by spraying 1920    
FB0869 The muskrat as fur bearer, with notes on its use as food 1923    
FB0870 The community fair 1917    
FB0871 Fresh vegetables and fruits as conservers of other staple foods 1921    
FB0872 The bollworm or corn earworm 1922    
FB0873 Utilization of farm wastes in feeding live stock 1917    
FB0874 Swine management 1917    
FB0875 The rough-headed corn stalk-beetle in the Southern states and its control 1933    
FB0876 Making butter on the farm 1930    
FB0877 Human food from an acre of staple farm products 1917    
FB0878 Grains for western North Dakota and South Dakota 1917    
FB0879 Home Storage of Vegetables 1939 April  
FB0880 Fumigation of ornamental greenhouse plants with hydrocyanic-acid gas 1917    
FB0881 Preservation of vegetables by fermentation and salting 1917    
FB0882 Irrigation of orchards 1923    
FB0883 Grains for the Utah dry lands 1917    
FB0884 Saving vegetable seeds for the home and market garden 1922    
FB0885 Wheat growing in the southeastern states 1931    
FB0886 Harvesting the soy-bean seed 1917    
FB0887 Raspberry Culture 1931 December Issued October, 1917.  Revised this issue.
FB0887 Raspberry Culture 1936 June Issued October, 1917.  Revised December, 1931. Slightly revised this issue.
FB0887 Raspberry Culture 1936 June Issued October, 1917.  Revised December, 1931. Slightly revised this issue.
FB0888 Advice to forest planters in the plains region 1917    
FB0889 Back-yard poultry keeping 1917    
FB0890 How insects affect the cotton plant and means of combating them 1924    
FB0891 The corn root aphid and methods of controlling it 1949    
FB0892 Spring oat production 1917    
FB0893 Breeds of dairy cattle 1923    
FB0894 Rye growing in the southeastern states 1917    
FB0895 Growing winter wheat on the Great Plains 1917    
FB0896 House rats and mice 1917    
FB0897 Fleas and their control 1931    
FB0898 Standard varieties of chickens: ii. Mediterranean and continental classes 1924    
FB0899 Surface irrigation for eastern farmers 1924    
FB0900 Homemade Fruit Butters 1922 September Issued September, 1917.  Revised March, 1920.  Revised this issue.
FB0900 Homemade Fruit Butters 1922 September Issued September, 1917.  Revised March, 1920.  Revised this issue.
FB0901 Everbearing Strawberries 1935 June Issued November, 1917.  Revised October, 1930.  Slightly revised this issue
FB0901 Everbearing Strawberries 1935 June Issued November, 1917.  Revised October, 1930.  Slightly revised this issue
FB0902 The silverfish, or 'slicker': an injurious household insect 1917    
FB0903 Commercial evaporation and drying of fruits 1917    
FB0904 Fire prevention and fire fighting on the farm 1919    
FB0905 Ways of making southern mountain farms more productive 1918    
FB0906 The self-feeder for hogs 1917    
FB0907 Bean growing in eastern Washington and Oregon and northern Idaho 1917    
FB0908 Information for fruit growers about insecticides, spraying apparatus, and important insect pests 1918    
FB0909 Cattle lice and how to eradicate them 1953    
FB0910 Game laws for 1917: a summary of the provisions of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1917    
FB0911 Laws relating to fur-bearing animals, 1917: a summary of laws in the United States and Canada relating to trapping 1917    
FB0912 How to attract birds in the east central states 1931    
FB0913 Killing hogs and curing pork 1917    
FB0914 Control of the melon aphis: attacks cucumbers, melons, other cucurbits, cotton, oranges, etc. 1918    
FB0915 How to reduce weevil waste in southern corn 1918    
FB0916 A successful community drying plant 1917    
FB0917 Growing peaches: sites and cultural methods 1923 July Issued March, 1918.  Revised this issue.  This bulletin is a revision and combination of 631 and 632.
FB0918 Peach varieties and their classification 1920 November Issued December 30, 1914 as 633.  Revised January, 1918.  Reprinted this issue.
FB0919 The application of dockage in the marketing of wheat 1917    
FB0920 Milk goats 1955    
FB0921 The principles of the liming of soils 1918 March  
FB0922 Parcel post business methods 1913 February  
FB0923 Fumigation of citrus trees 1918    
FB0924 A simple way to increase crop yields: methods followed by farmers of the coastal plain section of the central Atlantic states in building up soil fertility 1932 November Issued February, 1918.  Revised this issue.
FB0925 Cabbage Diseases 1921 March Issued January, 1918.  Revised this issue.
Superseded by FB 1351.
FB0926 Some Common Disinfectants 1931   Superseded by FB 1155.
FB0927 Farm home conveniences 1922 April Issued March, 1918.  Revised this issue.
FB0928 Control of the Argentine ant in orange groves 1918    
FB0929 The place of sheep on New England farms 1918    
FB0930 Marketing butter and cheese by parcel post 1918    
FB0931 Soybeans in systems of farming in the cotton belt 1918    
FB0932 Rodent pests of the farm 1918    
FB0933 Spraying for the control of insects and mites attacking citrus trees in Florida 1922    
FB0934 Home Gardening in the South 1931   Superseded by FB 1673.
FB0935 The sheep-killing dog 1919    
FB0936 The city and suburban vegetable garden 1918    
FB0937 The Farm Garden in the North 1922   Superseded by FB 1673.
FB0938 Apple bitter rot and its control 1935    
FB0939 Cereal smuts and the disinfection of seed grain 1918    
FB0940 Common white grubs 1929    
FB0941 Water systems for farm homes 1918    
FB0942 Controlling the clover-flower midge in the Pacific Northwest 1918    
FB0943 Haymaking 1918    
FB0944 Controlling the garden web-worm in alfalfa fields 1918    
FB0945 Eradication of Bermuda grass 1924    
FB0946 Care and repair of farm implements: no. 3: plows and harrows 1924    
FB0947 Care and repair of farm implements: no. 4: mowers, reapers, and binders 1918    
FB0948 The rag-doll seed tester: its use in determining what ears of corn are fit for seed 1918 February  
FB0949 Dehorning and castrating cattle 1918    
FB0950 The southern corn rootworm and farm practices to control it 1940    
FB0951 Hog pastures for the southern states 1920    
FB0952 Breeds of Light Horses 1933 February Issued June, 1918.  Revised June, 1931.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB0952 Breeds of Light Horses 1933 February Issued June, 1918.  Revised June, 1931.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB0953 Potato culture under irrigation 1924    
FB0954 The Disinfection of Stables 1940 May Supersedes FB 480.  Issued March, 1918.  Revised July, 1933.  Revised May, 1940.  Superseded by FB 1155.
FB0955 Use of wheat flour substitutes in baking 1918    
FB0956 Curing hay on trucks 1918    
FB0957 Important poultry diseases 1918    
FB0958 Standard broom corn 1923    
FB0959 The spotted garden slug 1918    
FB0960 Neufchatel and cream cheese: farm manufacture and use 1934    
FB0961 Transferring bees to modern hives 1932    
FB0962 Velvet beans 1918    
FB0963 Tractor experience in Illinois: a study of the farm tractor under corn-belt conditions 1918    
FB0964 Farm household accounts 1918    
FB0965 Growing grain sorghums in the San Antonio district of Texas 1918    
FB0966 A simple hog-breeding crate 1980    
FB0967 Purple vetch 1925    
FB0968 Cultivation and utilization of barley 1918    
FB0969 Horse beans 1923    
FB0970 Sweet-potato storage 1921    
FB0971 The control of the clover-flower midge 1947    
FB0972 How to use sorghum grain 1918    
FB0973 The soy bean: its culture and uses 1918    
FB0974 Clearing land 1918    
FB0975 The control of European foulbrood 1918    
FB0976 Cooling milk and cream on the farm 1932    
FB0977 Hay caps 1928    
FB0978 Handling barnyard manure in eastern Pennsylvania 1918    
FB0979 Preparation of strawberries for market 1918    
FB0980 The spinose ear tick and methods of treating infested animals 1953    
FB0981 Farm practices that increase crop yields in Kentucky and Tennessee 1918    
FB0982 Control of the green clover worm in alfalfa fields 1918    
FB0983 Bean and pea weevils 1918    
FB0984 Farm and Home Drying of Fruit and Vegetables 1933 November Issued June, 1918.  Revised this issue.
FB0985 Systems of hog farming in the southeastern states 1918    
FB0986 Farm practices that increase crop yields 1918    
FB0987 Labor saving practices in haymaking: shown pictorially 1918    
FB0988 Larkspur or Poison Weed 1934 January Issued July, 1918. Revised this issue.
Supersedes FB 531.
FB0988 Larkspur or Poison Weed 1934 January Issued July, 1918. Revised this issue.
Supersedes FB 531.
FB0989 Better use of man labor on the farm 1918    
FB0990 Timothy 1918    
FB0991 The efficient operation of thrashing machines 1918    
FB0992 The use of machinery in cutting corn 1918    
FB0993 Cooperative bull associations 1920    
FB0994 Commercial Bordeaux mixtures: how to calculate their value 1928    
FB0995 Preventing wood rot in pecan trees 1918    
FB0996 Steam sterilization of seed beds for tobacco and other crops 1918    
FB0997 Terracing farm lands 1918    
FB0998 Culture of the Logan blackberry and related varieties 1927    
FB0999 Sweet potato growing 1940    
FB1000 Crop systems for Arkansas 1923    
FB1001 Growing fruit for home use 1939 March Issued February, 1919. Revised February, 1938.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB1002 Canada thistle and methods of eradication 1918    
FB1003 How to control billbugs destructive to cereal and forage crops 1932    
FB1004 The gas tractor in eastern farming 1918    
FB1005 Sweet clover on corn belt farms 1919    
FB1006 The wheat jointworm and its control 1940    
FB1007 Control of the onion thrips 1920    
FB1008 Saving farm labor by harvesting crops with live stock 1918    
FB1009 Hay stackers: how they may be used in the East and South to save labor 1919    
FB1010 Game laws for 1918: a summary of the provisions of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1918    
FB1011 The woolly white fly in Florida citrus groves 1919    
FB1012 The preparation of bees for outdoor wintering 1918    
FB1013 Practical hints on running a gas engine 1919    
FB1014 Wintering bees in cellars 1918    
FB1015 Producing family and farm supplies on the cotton farm 1923    
FB1016 Propagation and culture of the date palm 1919    
FB1017 Cattle Scab and Methods of Control and Eradication 1918 December Issued this date.
FB1018 Shipping fever of cattle: hemorrhagic septicemia 1953    
FB1019 Straining milk 1919    
FB1020 The sweet-potato weevil and its control 1919    
FB1021 Alfalfa on corn-belt farms 1919    
FB1022 Laws relating to fur-bearing animals, 1918: a summary of laws in the United States, Canada and Newfoundland, relating to trapping, open seasons, propagation and bounties 1918    
FB1023 Machinery for cutting firewood 1919    
FB1024 Currants and gooseberries 1919    
FB1025 The larger corn stalk-borer 1933    
FB1026 Strawberry culture: South Atlantic and Gulf Coast regions 1966    
FB1027 Strawberry culture: Western United States 1919    
FB1028 Strawberry culture: Eastern United States July 1933 Issued April, 1919. Revised this issue.
FB1028 Strawberry culture: Eastern United States July 1933 Issued April, 1919. Revised this issue.
FB1028 Strawberry culture: Eastern United States February 1941 Issued April, 1919. Revised this issue.
FB1029 Conserving corn from weevils in the Gulf Coast states 1931    
FB1030 Feeding horses 1945    
FB1031 Fig growing in the South Atlantic and Gulf States 1935    
FB1032 Operating a cooperative motor truck route 1919    
FB1033 Muscadine grape paste 1919    
FB1034 Growing sugar for sirup 1925    
FB1035 The farm tractor in the Dakotas 1919    
FB1036 Care and repair of farm implements: no. 5: grain separators 1919    
FB1037 'White ants' as pests in the United States and methods of preventing their damage 1919    
FB1038 The Striped Cucumber Beetle and its Control 1919 May Issued this date.
FB1039 Commercial comb-honey production 1932    
FB1040 Illustrated poultry primer 1919    
FB1041 The eelworm disease of wheat and its control 1920    
FB1042 Saving man labor in sugar-beet fields 1928    
FB1043 Strawberry Varieties in the United States 1922 March Issued April, 1919. Revised this issue.
FB1043 Strawberry Varieties in the United States 1973 November  
FB1044 The City Home Garden 1938 March  
FB1045 Laying Out Fields for Tractor Plowing 1936 July  
FB1046 The European corn borer 1919    
FB1047 Dry farming for better wheat yields: the Columbia and Snake River basins 1919    
FB1048 Rhodes grass 1922    
FB1049 Baling hay 1919    
FB1050 Handling and loading southern new potatoes 1927    
FB1051 Sheep on irrigated farms in the northwest 1919    
FB1052 Standard varieties of chickens: the Asiatic, English, and French classes 1920    
FB1053 Control of cherry leaf-spot 1937    
FB1054 The Locoweed Disease 1936 November Issued July 1919.  revised this issue.
FB1055 Country hides and skins: skinning, curing, and marketing 1942    
FB1056 Controlling important fungous and insect enemies of the pear in the humid sections of the Pacific Northwest 1919    
FB1057 Cattle-fever ticks and methods of eradication 1940    
FB1058 Destroy the common barberry 1923    
FB1059 Sweet Potato diseases 1959    
FB1060 Onion diseases and their control 1959    
FB1061 Harlequin cabbage bug and its control 1920    
FB1062 Buckwheat 1919    
FB1063 Take-all and flag smut: two wheat diseases new to the United States 1919    
FB1064 Production of late or main crop potatoes 1935    
FB1065 The Flat-headed Apple-tree Borer 1922 April Issued October, 1919.  Reprinted this issue.
FB1066 Determining the age of cattle by the teeth 1922    
FB1067 Feeding hens for egg production 1924    
FB1068 Judging beef cattle 1941    
FB1069 Tuberculosis in live stock: detection, control and eradication 1939    
FB1070 The Fowl Tick and How Premises May Be Freed From It 1927 December Issued December, 1919.  Revised this issue.
FB1071 Making woodlands profitable in the Southern states 1932    
FB1072 Prickly pear as stock feed 1928    
FB1073 Growing beef on the farm 1925    
FB1074 The bean ladybird and its control 1919    
FB1075 Unfermented grape juice: how to make it in the home 1931    
FB1076 California oak worm 1920    
FB1077 Game laws for 1919: a summary of the provisions of federal, state and provincial statutes 1919    
FB1078 Harvesting and Storing Ice on the Farm 1922 August Issued January, 1920, Revised August, 1922.
FB1078 Harvesting and Storing Ice on the Farm 1922 August Online Here (offsite)
FB1079 Laws relating to fur-bearing animals, 1919: a summary of laws in the United States, Canada and Newfoundland, relating to trapping, open seasons, propagation and bounties 1919    
FB1080 Preparation of barreled apples for market 1925    
FB1081 Cranberry diseases and their control 1920    
FB1082 Home supplies furnished by the farm 1920 February  
FB1083 The Hessian fly and how to prevent losses from it 1924    
FB1084 Control of American foulbrood 1920    
FB1085 Hog lice and hog mange: methods of control and eradication 1955    
FB1086 How insects affect the rice crop 1924    
FB1087 Beautifying the farmstead 1929    
FB1088 Selecting a farm 1935    
FB1089 Selection and care of clothing 1920    
FB1090 Rabbit raising 1920    
FB1091 Protection of potatoes from cold in transit: lining and loading cars 1920    
FB1092 Prairie rice culture in the United States 1920    
FB1093 Influence of the tractor on use of horses 1920    
FB1094 The alfalfa caterpillar 1920    
FB1095 Beet-top silage and other by-products of the sugar beet 1919    
FB1096 Frost and the prevention of damage by it 1920    
FB1097 The stablefly: how to prevent its annoyance and its losses to livestock 1939    
FB1098 Dusting machinery for cotton boll weevil control 1920    
FB1099 Home laundering 1920    
FB1100 Cooperative marketing of woodland products 1924    
FB1101 The Argentine ant as a household pest 1925    
FB1102 The crow in its relation to agriculture 1939    
FB1103 Growing irrigated grain in Southern Idaho 1920    
FB1104 Book-lice or psocids: annoying household pests 1920    
FB1105 Care of mature fowls 1920    
FB1106 Incubation of hens' eggs 1920    
FB1107 Brood coops and appliances 1920    
FB1108 Care of baby chicks 1920    
FB1109 Preserving eggs 1922    
FB1110 Lice, mites and cleanliness 1920    
FB1111 Management of growing chicks 1920    
FB1112 Culling for eggs and market 1920    
FB1113 Poultry houses 1920    
FB1114 Common poultry diseases 1920    
FB1115 Selection and preparation of fowls for exhibition 1920    
FB1116 The selection and care of poultry breeding stock 1920    
FB1117 Forestry and farm income 1940    
FB1118 Dockage under the federal wheat grades 1920    
FB1119 Fall-sown oats 1920    
FB1120 Control of apple powdery mildew 1938    
FB1121 Factors that make for success in farming in the South 1920    
FB1122 Citrus-fruit growing in the Gulf States 1920    
FB1123 Growing and planting hardwood seedlings on the farm 1941    
FB1124 The brown-spot of corn with suggestions for its control 1920    
FB1125 Forage for the cotton belt 1920    
FB1126 Sudan grass 1957    
FB1127 Peanut growing for profit 1924    
FB1128 Control of aphids injurious to orchard fruits, currant, gooseberry, and grape 1926    
FB1129 Diseases of southern pecans 1920    
FB1130 Carpet grass 1922    
FB1131 Tile-trenching machinery 1931    
FB1132 Planning the farmstead 1931    
FB1133 Feeding garbage to hogs 1923    
FB1134 Castrating and Docking Lambs 1935 October Issued June, 1920.  Revised this issue.
FB1135 The beef calf: its growth and development 1950    
FB1136 Baking in the home 1920    
FB1137 Grain sorghums: how to grow them 1920    
FB1138 Game laws for 1920: a summary of the provisions of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1980    
FB1139 A method of analyzing the farm business 1925    
FB1140 Grasshopper control in the Pacific states 1923    
FB1141 Rice growing in California 1920    
FB1142 Growing crimson clover 1920    
FB1143 Lespedeza as a forage crop 1920    
FB1144 Cooperative marketing 1924    
FB1145 The handling and transportation of cantaloupes 1921    
FB1146 Dourine of horses 1935 August Issued August, 1920.  Revised December, 1929.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB1147 Milo, a valuable grain crop 1920    
FB1148 Cowpeas: culture and varieties 1947    
FB1149 Growing corn in the Southeastern states 1920    
FB1150 Parasites and parasitic diseases of sheep 1920    
FB1151 Alsike Clover 1924 February  
FB1152 Sugar-beet seed growing in the Rocky Mountain states 1920    
FB1153 Cowpeas: utilization 1920    
FB1154 The aspen borer and how to control it 1920    
FB1155 Diseases of sheep 1933   Issued March, 1921.  Alightly revised this issue.  Supersedes FB 926 and FB 954.
FB1156 Angoumois grain moth 1929    
FB1157 Waterproofing and mildew proofing of cotton duck 1931    
FB1158 Growing and utilizing sorghums for forage 1936    
FB1159 Fermented pickles 1920    
FB1160 Diseases of apples in storage 1935    
FB1161 Dodder 1923    
FB1162 Proso, or hog millet 1937    
FB1163 Dry farming in western South Dakota 1933    
FB1164 The farm lease contract 1942    
FB1165 Laws relating to fur-bearing animals, 1920: a summary of laws in the United States, Canada and Newfoundland relating to trapping, open seasons, propagation and bounties 1920    
FB1166 Poison ivy and poison sumac and their eradication 1929    
FB1167 Essentials of Animal Breeding 1924 June Issued November, 1920.  Revised this issue.
FB1167 Essentials of Animal Breeding 1924 June Issued November, 1920.  Revised this issue.
FB1168 Varieties of winter wheat adapted to the Eastern United States 1921    
FB1169 Insects injurious to deciduous shade trees and their control 1921    
FB1170 Meadows for the Northern states 1920    
FB1171 Growing annual flowering plants 1950    
FB1172 Farm slaughtering and use of lamb and mutton 1930    
FB1173 Plans of rural community buildings 1921    
FB1174 One-register furnaces: pipeless furnaces 1920    
FB1175 Better Seed Corn (PDF Format) 1920 September Scanned and online.
FB1176 Control of the root, stalk, and ear rot diseases of corn 1920    
FB1177 The care and improvement of the farm woods 1941    
FB1178 Tree surgery 1922    
FB1179 Feeding cottonseed products to livestock 1955    
FB1180 Housecleaning made easier 1926    
FB1181 Raising sheep on temporary pastures 1946    
FB1182 Farm inventories 1920    
FB1183 The care of leather 1922   Superseded by FB 1523.
FB1184 Ginseng Culture 1932   Online (offsite link)
Issued October, 1928.  Slightly revised 1932.
FB1185 Spraying for the alfalfa weevil 1920    
FB1186 Pork on the Farm: Killing, Curing, and Canning 1938 October Issued February, 1921.  Revised this issue.
FB1187 Cotton diseases and their control 1921    
FB1188 The southern pine beetle: a menace to the pine timber of the Southern states 1921    
FB1189 Handling spinach for long-distance shipment 1921    
FB1190 How to grow an acre of potatoes 1931    
FB1191 Making American cheese on the farm 1924    
FB1192 The organization of rural community buildings 1921    
FB1193 The beet leaf-beetle and its control 1921    
FB1194 Operating a home heating plant 1923 February Issued March, 1921.  Revised September, 1921.  Revised February, 1923.
FB1195 Rice as food 1926    
FB1196 Standard containers for fruits and vegetables 1921    
FB1197 Protection of mesquite cordwood and posts from borers 1921    
FB1198 Swarm control 1921    
FB1199 Judging Sheep 1933 December Issued July, 1921.  Revised this issue.
FB1200 Tuberculosis of fowls 1931    
FB1201 Motor trucks on Eastern farms 1921    
FB1202 Agricultural almanac for 1921 1921    
FB1203 The Angora Goat 1936 April Issued December, 1921.  Revised November, 1926.  Slightly revised this issue.  Supersedes FB 573.
FB1204 Northwestern apple packing houses 1921    
FB1205 Potato production in the South 1934 August  
FB1206 Corn earworm as an enemy of vetch 1921    
FB1207 Milk and its uses in the home 1921    
FB1208 Trees for town and city streets 1927    
FB1209 Planting and care of street trees 1937    
FB1210 Measuring and marketing farm timber 1958    
FB1211 Home canning of fruits and vegetables 1921    
FB1212 Straight head of rice and its control 1921    
FB1213 Flag smut of wheat and its control 1921    
FB1214 Farm dairy houses 1932    
FB1215 Beekeeping in the clover region 1932    
FB1216 Beekeeping in the buckwheat region 1922    
FB1217 The green-bug or spring grain-aphis: how to prevent its periodical outbreaks 1944    
FB1218 Beef production in the corn belt 1921    
FB1219 Floors and floor coverings 1921    
FB1220 Insect and fungous enemies of the grape 1926    
FB1221 Standard varieties of chickens: iv. The original breeds and varieties 1924    
FB1222 Beekeeping in the tulip-tree region 1922    
FB1223 The chinch bug and its control 1922    
FB1224 Wheat scab and its control 1921    
FB1225 The potato leafhopper and its control 1921    
FB1226 Take-all of wheat and its control 1921    
FB1227 Sewage and Sewerage of Farm Homes 1928 October Issued January, 1922.  Revised this issue.
FB1228 A week's food for an average family 1921    
FB1229 Utilization of alfalfa 1925    
FB1230 Chimneys and fireplaces: they contribute to the health, comfort and happiness of the farm 1925    
FB1231 Drying crude drugs 1921    
FB1232 Seed marketing hints for the farmer 1930    
FB1233 Tomatoes for Canning and Manufacturing 1935 May Issued October, 1921
FB1233 Tomatoes for Canning and Manufacturing 1938 October Issued October, 1921
FB1234 Gullies: how to control and reclaim them 1935    
FB1235 Game laws for 1921: a summary of federal, state and provincial statutes 1921    
FB1236 Corn and its Uses as Food 1924 July  
FB1236 Corn and its Uses as Food 1924 July  
FB1237 Pineapple culture in Florida 1921    
FB1238 Laws relating to fur animals, 1921: a summary of laws in the United States, Canada, and Newfoundland, relating to trapping, open seasons, propagation and bounties 1921    
FB1239 Community bird refuges 1923    
FB1240 How to grow rice in the Sacramento Valley 1940    
FB1241 An improved method of making sugar-beet sirup 1921    
FB1242 Permanent fruit and vegetable gardens 1939    
FB1243 The border method of irrigation 1937    
FB1244 Diseases, ailments,  and abnormal conditions of swine 1935    
FB1245 Farmers' telephone companies 1930    
FB1246 The peach borer 1943    
FB1247 American moles as agricultural pests and as fur producers 1930    
FB1248 The sugar-beet nematode in the Western states 1922    
FB1249 Olive growing in the southwestern United States 1942    
FB1250 Green manuring 1925    
FB1251 Standard varieties of chickens: v. The Bantam breeds and varieties 1925    
FB1252 Sawflies injurious to rose foliage 1922    
FB1253 Seed peas for the canner 1937    
FB1254 Important cultivated grasses 1931    
FB1255 The production of peas for canning 1935    
FB1256 Slash pine 1940    
FB1257 Insects injurious to the mango in Florida and how to combat them 1922    
FB1258 Webworms injurious to cereal and forage crops and their control 1922    
FB1259 A sawfly injurious to young pines 1938    
FB1260 Stored-grain pests 1965    
FB1261 The avocado: its insect enemies and how to combat them 1922    
FB1262 The boll-weevil problem 1922    
FB1263 Breeds of swine 1964    
FB1264 Farm manufacture of unfermented apple juice 1938    
FB1265 Business methods of marketing hay 1922    
FB1266 Preparation of peaches for market 1922    
FB1267 Utilization of flue-heated tobacco barns for sweet-potato storage 1943    
FB1268 Sheep-killing dogs 1946    
FB1269 Celery Growing 1940    
FB1270 The more important apple insects 1931    
FB1271 Farm lands available for settlement 1926    
FB1272 Renting dairy farms 1922    
FB1273 The stock-poisoning death camas 1929    
FB1274 Uses of rural community buildings 1922    
FB1275 Weevils in beans and peas 1940    
FB1276 The velvet bean 1938    
FB1277 Diseases of watermelons 1922    
FB1278 Tractors on Southern farms 1922    
FB1279 Plain concrete for farm use 1922   Superseded by FB 1772.
FB1280 The hard red winter wheats 1922    
FB1281 The hard red spring wheats 1922    
FB1282 Nicotine dust for control of truck-crop insects 1922    
FB1283 How to grow alfalfa 1922 December  
FB1284 Apple-orchard renovation 1924    
FB1285 Lime-sulfur concentrate: preparation, uses, and designs for plants 1922    
FB1286 The red-necked raspberry cane-borer 1922    
FB1287 Foreign material in spring wheat 1922    
FB1288 Game laws for 1922: a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1922    
FB1289 Distribution of types of farming in the United States 1923    
FB1290 The bulk handling of grain: with special reference to the Pacific Coast states 1922    
FB1291 Preparation of fresh tomatoes for market 1955    
FB1292 Organization and management of cooperative live-stock shipping associations 1923    
FB1293 Laws relating to fur animals 1922    
FB1294 The European corn borer and its control 1922    
FB1295 What tractors and horses do on corn-belt farms 1923    
FB1296 Changes effected by tractors on corn-belt farms 1922    
FB1297 Cost of using tractors on corn-belt farms 1922    
FB1298 Cost of using horses on corn-belt farms 1922    
FB1299 Shall I buy a tractor?: (For a corn-belt farm) 1922    
FB1300 Choosing a tractor: (for a corn-belt farm) 1922    
FB1301 The common white wheats 1922    
FB1302 How to get rid of rats 1923   Superseded by FB 1533.
FB1303 The club wheats 1923    
FB1304 The durum wheats 1923    
FB1305 The soft red winter wheats 1922    
FB1306 Insect enemies of chrysanthemums 1923    
FB1307 Quack grass 1931    
FB1308 Marketing the cowpea seed crop 1938    
FB1309 Control of the common mealybug on citrus in California 1923    
FB1310 The corn earworm: its ravages on field corn and suggestions for control 1923    
FB1311 Chrysanthemums for the home 1931    
FB1312 Tree planting in the Great Plains region 1928    
FB1313 Good proportions in the diet 1923    
FB1314 Motor trucks on corn-belt farms 1923    
FB1315 Cleaning milking machines 1939    
FB1316 Marketing the early-potato crop 1923    
FB1317 Marketing main-crop potatoes 1923    
FB1318 Greenhouse Construction and Heating 1937 November Issued May, 1923. Revised March, 1934. Slightly revised this issue.
FB1319 Cotton-dusting machinery 1923    
FB1320 The Production of Cucumbers in Greenhouses 1938 September Issued May, 1923. Revised March, 19345. Slightly revised this issue.
FB1321 Fumigation of citrus trees for control of insect pests 1923    
FB1322 The striped cucumber beetle and how to control it 1923    
FB1323 The wheat strawworm and its control 1953    
FB1324 Lamb and mutton and their use in the diet 1923    
FB1325 Rural planning: the social aspects 1923    
FB1326 Control of the codling moth in the Pacific Northwest 1931    
FB1327 Canaries: their care and management 1924    
FB1328 Production of seed flax 1924    
FB1329 The boll-weevil problem 1923    
FB1330 Parasites and parasitic diseases of sheep 1961    
FB1331 Back-yard poultry keeping 1923   Superseded by FB 1508.
FB1332 Seed potatoes and how to produce them 1923 May Revision of and supersedes FB 533.
FB1333 Pruning citrus trees in the Southwest 1923    
FB1334 Home tanning of leather and small fur skins 1962    
FB1335 Controlling the gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth 1923    
FB1336 Feeding and management of dairy calves and young dairy stock 1923    
FB1337 Diseases of poultry 1925    
FB1338 Tomatoes as a truck crop 1940    
FB1339 Red-clover culture 1923    
FB1340 Polish and poulard wheats 1923    
FB1341 Mule production 1948    
FB1342 Dairy barn construction 1923    
FB1343 Culture of citrus fruits in the Gulf States 1929    
FB1344 The strawberry rootworm as an enemy of the greenhouse rose 1923    
FB1345 Root-knot: its cause and control 1923    
FB1346 Carpet beetles and their control 1923    
FB1347 Standard varieties of chickens: the American class 1923    
FB1348 The corrugation method of irrigation 1931    
FB1349 Increasing the potato crop by spraying 1923    
FB1350 Beef-cattle barns 1923    
FB1351 Cabbage diseases 1923 September Issued this date.  Supersedes FB 925.
FB1351 Cabbage diseases 1923 September Issued this date.  Supersedes FB 925.
FB1352 The tobacco flea-beetle in the southern cigar-wrapper district 1923    
FB1353 Clothes moths and their control 1935    
FB1354 The yellow-fever mosquito 1928    
FB1355 Blackleg: its nature, cause, and prevention 1942    
FB1356 Tobacco hornworm insecticide: recommendations for use of powdered arsenate of lead in dark-tobacco district 1924    
FB1357 Castration of hogs 1930    
FB1358 Growing rye in the western half of the United States 1935    
FB1359 Milk and its uses in the home 1926    
FB1360 Apple Growing East of the Mississippi River 1924 July  
FB1361 Brahman (zebu) cattle 1923    
FB1362 Insects injurious to ornamental greenhouse plants 1923    
FB1363 Natural and artificial incubation of hens' eggs 1923    
FB1364 Important pecan insects and their control 1924    
FB1365 Clover failure 1924    
FB1366 Production of maple sirup and sugar 1937    
FB1367 Control of Potato-Tuber Diseases 1926 May Issued January, 1924.  Revised this issue.  Supersedes FB 544.
FB1368 Breaking and training colts 1923    
FB1369 Bridge grafting 1927    
FB1370 Dahlias for the home 1925    
FB1371 Diseases and insects of garden vegetables 1938    
FB1372 Plum and prune growing in the Pacific states 1943    
FB1373 Homing pigeons: their care and training 1923    
FB1374 Care of food in the home 1926    
FB1375 Game laws for the season 1923-24: a summary of the provisions of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1923    
FB1376 Natural and artificial brooding of chickens 1925    
FB1377 Marketing Poultry 1936 October Issued February, 1924.  Revised this issue.
FB1378 Marketing eggs 1957    
FB1379 Beef production in the cotton belt 1923    
FB1380 Apple scald and its control 1959    
FB1381 Herbaceous perennials 1929    
FB1382 Fattening steers in the corn belt 1924    
FB1383 Food values and body needs shown graphically 1924    
FB1384 Community cotton production 1924    
FB1385 Buying a farm in an undeveloped region 1924    
FB1386 Terracing farm lands 1928    
FB1387 Laws relating to fur animals for the season 1923-24 1923    
FB1388 Rural planning: the social aspects of recreation places 1924    
FB1389 Sorgo-sirup manufacture 1924    
FB1390 Vegetable seeds for the home and market garden 1942    
FB1391 The guinea fowl 1953    
FB1392 Black walnut for timber and nuts 1933    
FB1393 Principles of dairy-barn ventilation 1924    
FB1394 Watermelons 1951 February Scanned and online.
FB1395 Beef-cattle production in the range area 1937    
FB1396 The dasheen: a Southern root crop for home use and market 1936    
FB1397 Mouse control in field and orchard 1930    
FB1398 Currants and gooseberries: their culture and relation to white-pine blister rust 1946    
FB1399 Blackberry Growing 1942    
FB1400 Establishing cranberry fields 1924    
FB1401 Managing cranberry fields 1924    
FB1402 Cranberry harvesting and handling 1924    
FB1403 Dewberry growing 1940    
FB1404 Pumping from wells for irrigation 1934    
FB1405 The windbreak as a farm asset 1944    
FB1406 Garden irises 1926    
FB1407 The Mexican bean beetle in the East 1948    
FB1408 The house fly and how to suppress it 1926    
FB1409 Turkey raising 1952    
FB1410 Control of brown-rot of prunes and cherries in the Pacific Northwest 1924    
FB1411 Crimson clover: seed production. ?    
FB1412 Care and Management of Dairy Bulls 1938 June Issued June, 1924.  Revised this issue.
FB1412 Care and Management of Dairy Bulls 1938 June Issued June, 1924.  Revised this issue.
FB1413 Poultry House Construction 1924    
FB1414 The rosette disease of wheat and its control 1924    
FB1415 Beef on the farm: slaughtering, cutting, curing 1924    
FB1416 Fattening beef calves 1929    
FB1417 Idle land and costly timber 1924    
FB1418 Lettuce growing in greenhouses 1949    
FB1419 Care and management of farm work horses 1924    
FB1420 Handling rough rice to produce high grades 1940    
FB1421 Successful farming on eighty-acre farms in central Indiana 1924    
FB1422 Udder diseases of dairy cows 1961    
FB1423 Preparation of cabbage for market 1956    
FB1424 Making vinegar in the home and on the farm 1936    
FB1425 The tobacco flea-beetle in the dark fire-cured tobacco district of Kentucky and Tennessee 1924    
FB1426 Farm Plumbing 1933 June Issued October, 1924.  Revised this issue.
FB1427 Poultry accounts 1924    
FB1428 Saving livestock from starvation on Southwestern ranges 1924    
FB1429 Emmer and spelt 1938    
FB1430 Power for the farm from small streams 1925    
FB1431 Greenhouse Tomatoes 1939 May Issued December, 1924.  Revised this issue.
FB1432 Culture of pima and upland cotton in Arizona 1924    
FB1433 Cultivated grasses of secondary importance 1944    
FB1434 Standard baskets for fruits and vegetables 1924    
FB1435 Diseases of stone fruits on the market 1924    
FB1436 Why Potatoes Run Out 1927 December Issued November, 1924.  Revised this issue.
FB1437 Swine production 1958    
FB1438 Making fermented pickles 1927    
FB1439 Diseases of cabbage and related plants 1948    
FB1440 More profit for the wheat farmers of central Kansas 1924    
FB1441 Rural planning: the village 1935    
FB1442 Storage of sweet potatoes 1958    
FB1443 Dairy Cattle Breeds 1938 November Supersedes #893.  Issued February, 1925. Revised this issue.
FB1444 Game laws for the season 1924-25: a summary of the provisions of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1924    
FB1445 Laws relating to fur animals for the season 1924-25 1924    
FB1446 Cow-testing associations and stories the records tell 1926    
FB1447 Citrus fruit growing in the Southwest 1930    
FB1448 Farmstead Water Supply 1933 June Issued August, 1925.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB1449 Selection of Cotton Fabrics 1931 July Issued March, 1926. Revised this issue.
FB1450 Home baking 1925    
FB1451 Making and using cottage cheese in the home 1927    
FB1452 Painting on the farm 1925    
FB1453 Growing and planting coniferous trees on the farm 1925    
FB1454 Home utilization of muscadine grapes 1942    
FB1455 Fitting, showing, and judging hogs 1940    
FB1456 Homes for Birds 1930 December Issued July, 1925.  Revised this issue.
Superseded by FB 609.
FB1457 Packing apples in boxes 1940    
FB1458 Strawberry diseases 1933    
FB1459 Selling black walnut timber 1959    
FB1460 Simple plumbing repairs in the home 1948    
FB1461 The common cabbage worm and its control 1926    
FB1462 The potato leafhopper and how to control it 1926    
FB1463 Successful farming on 160-acre farms in central Indiana 1925    
FB1464 Barley: culture, uses, and varieties 1925    
FB1465 Cotton ginning 1925    
FB1466 Game laws for the season 1925-26: a summary of the provisions of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1925    
FB1467 Commercial varieties of alfalfa 1927    
FB1468 Muskmelons 1940 July  
FB1469 Laws relating to fur animals for the season 1925-26 1925    
FB1470 Care and management of dairy cows 1959    
FB1471 Canning fruits and vegetables at home 1933   Superseded by FB 1762.
FB1472 Preventing Damage by Termites or White Ants 1939 February Issued April, 1926.  Revised July, 1934.  Alightly revised this issue.
FB1473 Washing and sterilizing farm milk utensils 1926    
FB1474 Stain Removal From Fabrics: Home Methods 1942 September Issued August, 1926.  Revised this issue.  By Margaret S. Furry, Assistant Textile Chemist.  Over 100 stains, and how to remove them. It details different methods of stain removal, and supplies to take care of those stains. They are listed in alphabetical order, including such fun stains as: Acids, Adhesive Tape; Argyrol; Candle; Nail Polish; and Fish Slime are just a few of the stains covered.  28 pages
FB1475 Soil productivity as affected by crop rotation 1926    
FB1476 Johnson grass: its production for hay and pasturage 1926    
FB1477 Preventing damage by lyctus powder-post beetles 1938    
FB1478 Apple Scab 1935 February Issued February 1926.  Revised this issue.
FB1479 Apple Blotch 1936 February Issued April 1926
FB1480 Small concrete construction on the farm 1933   Superseded by FB 1772.
FB1481 Planting the roadside 1938    
FB1482 Trees for roadside planting 1928    
FB1483 Control of insect pests in stored grain 1936    
FB1484 The clover leaf weevil 1956    
FB1485 Rural hospitals 1926    
FB1486 Longleaf pine primer 1940    
FB1487 Practical hog houses 1937    
FB1488 Diseases of raspberries and blackberries 1941    
FB1489 The green June beetle larva in tobacco plant beds 1926    
FB1490 Hog-lot equipment 1940    
FB1491 Breeds of dogs 1932    
FB1492 Arbor day, its purposes and observance 1940    
FB1493 Lice, mange, and ticks of horses, and methods of control and eradication 1926    
FB1494 Tobacco cutworms 1949    
FB1495 Insect Enemies of the Flower Garden 1927 June Issued August, 1926. Revised this issue.
FB1496 Inoculation of legumes and non-legumes with nitrogen-fixing and other bacteria 1928    
FB1497 Methods and equipment for home laundering 1937    
FB1498 The chinch bug and how to fight it 1934    
FB1499 The melon aphid and its control 1926    
FB1500 Rammed earth walls for buildings 1937    
FB1501 Nut-tree propagation 1926    
FB1502 Cooperative livestock shipping associations 1926    
FB1503 The Horse Bots and Their Control 1933 July Issued September, 1926. Slightly revised this issue.
FB1504 Self-feeding versus hand-feeding sows and litters 1946    
FB1505 Game laws for the season 1926-27: a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1926    
FB1506 Standard breeds and varieties of chickens: i. American, Asiatic, English, and Mediterranean classes 1940    
FB1507 Standard breeds and varieties of chickens: ii. Ornamental and game classes 1942    
FB1508 Poultry keeping in back yards 1932 May Issued May, 1923. Revised May, 1932.  Revision of and supersedes FB 1331.
FB1509 Bean growing in northern Idaho, eastern Washington, and eastern Oregon 1934 May Issued January, 1927.  Revised this issue.
FB1510 Anthracnose as a cause of red-clover failure in the southern part of the clover belt 1926    
FB1511 Forage crops and their culture in northern Nebraska and the Dakotas 1927    
FB1512 Protection of buildings and farm property from lightning 1950    
FB1513 Convenient Kitchens 1926 November Issued this date.
FB1513 Convenient Kitchens 1926 November Issued this date. Supersedes FB 607.
FB1514 Control of sugar-beet nematode by crop rotation 1941    
FB1515 Fur laws for the season 1926-27 1926    
FB1516 Principles of window curtaining 1926    
FB1517 Loblolly pine primer 1926    
FB1518 Orchard irrigation 1940    
FB1519 Rabbit skins for fur 1930    
FB1520 Soybeans: Culture and Varieties 1927 April  
FB1521 Propagation of game birds 1927    
FB1522 The home fruit garden on the northern Great Plains 1950    
FB1523 Leather Shoes: Selection and Care 1933 April Issued April, 1927.  Slightly revised this issue. Supersedes FB 1183.
FB1524 Farm poultry raising 1948    
FB1525 Effective haying equipment and practices 1931    
FB1526 Clearing land of brush and stumps 1946    
FB1527 Peach brown rot and scab 1936    
FB1528 The control of the alfalfa weevil 1927    
FB1529 Spray irrigation in the Eastern states 1927    
FB1530 Fitting Dresses and Blouses 1927 May Issued this date. Superseded by FB 1964
FB1531 The tobacco budworm and its control in the Georgia and Florida tobacco-growing region 1953    
FB1532 Dairy-herd improvement through cooperative bull associations 1927    
FB1533 Rat Control 1933 April Issued June, 1927.  Revised June, 1930.  Slightly revised this issue. Supersedes FB 1302.
FB1534 Shortleaf pine primer 1927    
FB1535 Farm horseshoeing 1927    
FB1536 Infectious abortion of cattle 1927    
FB1537 Johnsongrass as a weed 1981    
FB1538 Incubation and Brooding of Chickens 1928 January Issued this date.
FB1539 High-grade alfalfa hay: methods of producing, baling, and loading for market 1952    
FB1540 Smuts of wheat and rye and their control 1927    
FB1541 Feeding chickens 1932    
FB1542 Cleaning grain on farms and in country elevators 1927    
FB1543 Insects injurious to the rice crop 1927    
FB1544 The common barberry and black stem rust 1930    
FB1545 Dry-farming methods and practices in wheat growing in the Columbia and Snake River Basins 1927    
FB1546 Systems of livestock farming in the Black Prairie belt of Alabama and Mississippi 1927    
FB1547 Rose Diseases: Their Causes and Control 1932 March Issued February, 1928.  Revised this issue.
FB1548 The European corn borer: its present status and methods of control 1948    
FB1549 Feeding cattle for beef 1955    
FB1550 Game laws for the season 1927-28: a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1927    
FB1551 Marketing farm produce by parcel post 1933    
FB1552 Fur laws for the season 1927-28 1927    
FB1553 Planning and recording family expenditures 1927    
FB1554 Poultry houses and fixtures 1934    
FB1555 Peppermint and Spearmint as Farm Crops 1929 February Issued this date.
FB1556 Irrigation of Small Grain 1937 May  
FB1557 Insects attacking the peach in the South and how to control them 1936 March  
FB1558 Preparation of Eastern grapes for market 1936    
FB1559 Rural libraries 1928    
FB1560 Preparing strawberries for market 1968    
FB1561 The Porto Rican mole cricket 1928    
FB1562 Farm practices under corn-borer conditions 1928    
FB1563 Cucumber Growing 1928 June Issued this date.  Supersedes FB 254.
FB1564 Farm budgeting 1938    
FB1565 Shall I buy a combine? 1928    
FB1566 The sorghum midge: with suggestions for control 1959    
FB1567 Propagation of trees and shrubs 1945    
FB1568 Rabbit parasites and diseases 1935    
FB1569 Earthworms as pests and otherwise 1935    
FB1570 Mosquito remedies and preventives 1932    
FB1571 The European starling in the United States 1928    
FB1572 Making cellars dry 1938    
FB1573 Legume hays for milk production 1928    
FB1574 Preparing Johnson hay for market in the Black Prairie belt of Alabama and Mississippi 1928    
FB1575 Game laws for the season 1928-29 1928    
FB1576 Fur laws for the season 1928-29 1928    
FB1577 Harvesting grain sorghums 1928    
FB1578 Marketing late-crop potatoes 1929    
FB1579 Containers used in shipping fruits and vegetables 1934    
FB1580 Cigar-tobacco production in Pennsylvania 1929    
FB1581 Oats in the North-Central States 1930 October  
FB1582 Protection of Log Cabins, Rustic Work, and Unseasoned Wood from Injurious Insects 1939 February Issued July, 1929.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB1583 Spring-sown red oats 1929    
FB1584 Feedlot and ranch equipment for beef cattle 1976    
FB1585 Varieties of hard red winter wheat 1929    
FB1586 The southern pine beetle: a serious enemy of pines in the South 1929    
FB1587 Mushroom culture for amateurs 1933    
FB1588 Frost and the prevention of frost damage 1940    
FB1589 The husker-shredder on Eastern corn belt farms 1928    
FB1590 Fire-protective construction on the farm 1939    
FB1591 Transplanting trees and shrubs 1929    
FB1592 Beef production on the farm 1950    
FB1593 Trembles 1929    
FB1594 Preparation of bunched beets, carrots, and turnips for market 1940    
FB1595 The bollworm or corn ear worm as a cotton pest 1929    
FB1596 Cattle grubs or heel flies with suggestions for their control 1949    
FB1597 The production of Johnson grass for hay and pasturage 1929    
FB1598 Mountain beavers in the Pacific Northwest: their habits, economic status, and control 1929    
FB1599 Scab of wheat and barley and its control 1942    
FB1600 Dehorning, castrating, branding, and marketing beef cattle 1940 March Issued May, 1929.  Revised July, 1936.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB1601 Collection and preservation of insects for use in the study of agriculture 1929    
FB1602 Reed canary grass 1938    
FB1603 Planting and care of shelterbelts on the northern Great Plains 1937    
FB1604 Dairy-herd-improvement associations 1937    
FB1605 Soybean hay and seed production 1929    
FB1606 Farm drainage 1929    
FB1607 Nematode disease of wheat and rye 1957    
FB1608 The operation and care of the combined harvester-thresher 1929    
FB1609 Lettuce Growing 1942    
FB1610 Dairy farming for beginners 1936    
FB1611 Oats in the western half of the United States 1929    
FB1612 Propagation of aquatic game birds 1930    
FB1613 Propagation of upland game birds 1930    
FB1614 Business records for poultry keepers 1929 December Issued this date.
FB1615 Hay stackers and their use 1929    
FB1616 Game laws for the season 1929-1930 a summary of federal, state and provincial statutes 1929    
FB1617 Soybean Utilization 1932 March  
FB1618 Fur laws for the season 1929-30 1929    
FB1619 Sorgo for sirup production: culture, harvesting, and handling 1942    
FB1620 Growing Cucumbers for Pickling 1935    
FB1621 Varieties of hard red spring wheat 1930    
FB1622 Rural buildings for business and social uses 1930    
FB1623 The gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth 1930    
FB1624 The Mexican bean beetle in the East and its control 1960    
FB1625 Tick fever 1949    
FB1626 Feeding dairy cows 1940    
FB1627 The Hessian fly [and how losses from it can be avoided] 1953    
FB1628 Growing Black Locust Trees 1937 May  
FB1629 Steam sterilization of soil for tobacco and other crops 1937    
FB1630 Irrigation practices in growing alfalfa 1940    
FB1631 Broomcorn growing and handling 1930    
FB1632 Karakul sheep 1938    
FB1633 Window curtaining 1930    
FB1634 Growing sweet corn for the cannery 1945    
FB1635 Surface irrigation in the Eastern states 1930    
FB1636 Farm bulk storage for small grains 1940    
FB1637 Sugar-beet culture in the humid area of the United States 1939    
FB1638 Rat proofing buildings and premises 1930    
FB1639 Potato production in the far Western states 1930    
FB1640 Fall-sown oat production 1930    
FB1641 Chestnut Blight (PDF Format) 1930 November Scanned and online.
FB1642 Chalcid control in alfalfa-seed production 1931    
FB1643 Fire safeguards for the farm 1949    
FB1644 Local bird refuges 1937    
FB1645 Sugar-beet growing under irrigation in the Utah-Idaho area 1931    
FB1646 Asparagus Culture 1947    
FB1646 Asparagus Culture 1937 December Issued November, 1930.  Revised this issue.
Supersedes FB 829.
FB1647 Game laws for the season 1930-31: a summary of federal, state,  and provincial statutes 1930    
FB1648 Fur laws for the season 1930-31 1930    
FB1649 Construction of chimneys and fireplaces 1937    
FB1650 Flaxseed production by power farming methods in the northern Great Plains 1930    
FB1651 The Corn Earworm as an Enemy of Field Corn in the Eastern States 1935 March Issued January, 1931.  Revised this issue.
FB1652 Diseases and parasites of poultry 1953    
FB1653 Sweet clover in corn belt farming 1939    
FB1654 Insects of the pecan and how to combat them 1931    
FB1655 The control of moths in upholstered furniture 1931    
FB1656 Peanut Growing 1943    
FB1657 The great basin wireworm in the Pacific Northwest 1931    
FB1658 Farm Water Power 1933 November Issued February, 1931.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB1659 Oats in the Northeastern states 1931    
FB1660 The use of logs and poles in farm construction 1931    
FB1661 Farm study of the cotton plant 1931    
FB1662 Husker-shredders in corn-borer control 1931    
FB1663 Winter legumes for green manure in the cotton belt 1948    
FB1664 Christmas trees as a cash crop for the farm 1931    
FB1665 The silverfish as a pest of the household 1931    
FB1666 Insecticides, equipment, and methods for controlling orchard insect pests 1932    
FB1667 Rural community fire departments 1931    
FB1668 The red harvester ant and how to subdue it 1953    
FB1669 Farm terracing 1931    
FB1670 Hydrocyanic acid gas as a fumigant for destroying household insects 1932    
FB1671 Shortleaf pine 1954    
FB1672 Diseases of pecans in the Southern states 1931    
FB1673 The Farm Garden 1936 August Issued October, 1931.  Revised August, 1936.  Supersedes FB 934 and FB 937.
FB1674 Food for Children 1931 September Issued this date.  Supersedes FB 717.
FB1674 Food for Children 1931 September Issued this date.  Supersedes FB 717.
FB1675 Care of milk utensils on the farm 1931    
FB1676 Lubricating-oil spray for use on dormant fruit trees 1933    
FB1677 Planting and Care of Lawns 1935 July  
FB1678 Safe use and storage of gasoline and kerosene on the farm 1945    
FB1679 Popcorn 1931 October This issue supersedes #553 and 554.
FB1679 Popcorn 1931 October This issue supersedes #553 and 554.
FB1680 Farmers in northern states grow timber as money crop 1931    
FB1681 Adjusting corn belt farming to meet corn-borer conditions 1932    
FB1682 Usefulness of birds on the farm 1931    
FB1683 Measuring water in irrigation channels 1941    
FB1684 Game laws for the season 1931-32: a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1931    
FB1685 Fur laws for the season 1931-32 1931    
FB1686 Common errors in cotton production 1932    
FB1687 Removing spray residue from apples and pears 1931    
FB1688 Insect enemies of the cotton plant 1932    
FB1689 Grape districts and varieties in the United States 1932    
FB1690 Plowing with moldboard plows 1954    
FB1691 How to control grasshoppers in cereal and forage crops 1938    
FB1692 Bean diseases and their control 1958    
FB1693 Growing Christmas Holly on the Farm 1932 October Issued this date.
FB1694 Dressing and packing turkeys for market 1944    
FB1695 Preparing apples for market in barrels and baskets 1933    
FB1696 Deciduous-fruit improvement through tree-performance records 1933    
FB1697 Using soil-binding plants to reclaim gullies in the South 1933    
FB1698 Heating the farm home 1933    
FB1699 Growing root crops for livestock 1950    
FB1700 Marketing hay by modern methods 1933    
FB1701 Corncribs for the corn belt 1933    
FB1702 Preparing Peaches for Market 1933 April  
FB1703 Reservoirs for farm use 1933    
FB1704 Bang's disease: infectious abortion 1933    
FB1705 Milk for the family 1933    
FB1706 Varieties of durum wheat 1933    
FB1707 Varieties of common white wheat 1933    
FB1708 Varieties of club wheat 1933    
FB1709 Pocket gopher control 1933    
FB1710 Range sheep production 1940    
FB1711 Wheat Smuts and Their Control 1938 February  
FB1712 The harlequin bug and its control 1939    
FB1713 The treatment of American foulbrood 1933    
FB1714 Corn Culture 1933 November  
FB1714 Corn Culture 1933 November  
FB1714 Corn Culture 1933 November  
FB1714 Corn Culture 1933 November  
FB1715 Methods and costs of husking corn in the field 1933    
FB1716 Mole control 1933    
FB1717 Game laws for the season 1933-34: a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1933    
FB1718 Important sugar-beet byproducts and their utilization 1934    
FB1719 Improving the farm environment for wild life 1934    
FB1720 Adobe or sun-dried brick for farm buildings 1949    
FB1721 Determining the Age of Farm Animals by Their Teeth 1934 March This issue supersedes #1066.
FB1722 Growing alfalfa 1954    
FB1723 Feeding, care, and management of young dairy stock 1952    
FB1724 Farm practice with lespedeza 1934    
FB1725 Methods and costs of filling silos in the north central states 1934    
FB1726 Treatment and care of tree wounds 1934    
FB1727 Selecting hens for egg production 1934    
FB1728 Flax-fiber production 1940    
FB1729 Machinery for dusting cotton 1934    
FB1730 Rabbit production 1950    
FB1731 Alfalfa varieties in the United States 1946    
FB1732 Growing barley for malt and feed 1943    
FB1733 Planning a subsistence homestead 1940    
FB1734 Making American cheese on the farm for home consumption 1934    
FB1735 Pea diseases and their control 1957    
FB1736 Anthrax 1955    
FB1737 Stop gullies--save your farm 1934    
FB1738 Farmhouse Plans 1935 March Issued October, 1934.  Slightly revised this issue.
FB1739 Pear growing in the Pacific Coast states 1957    
FB1740 Vetch culture and uses 1968    
FB1741 Bur-clover cultivation and utilization 1949    
FB1742 Game laws for the season 1934-35 a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1934    
FB1743 Hotbeds and coldframes 1952    
FB1744 The What and How of Hybrid Corn 1935 January  
FB1745 Cotton diseases and methods of control 1954    
FB1746 Subsistence farm gardens 1938    
FB1747 Flaxseed Production in the North Central States 1935 September Issued this date.
FB1748 Ginning Cotton 1935 August Original issue. Supersedes #1465.
FB1749 Modernizing farmhouses 1944    
FB1750 Summer crops for green manure and soil improvement 1947    
FB1751 Roof coverings for farm buildings and their repair 1948    
FB1752 Spray-residue removal from apples and other fruits 1943    
FB1753 Livestock for small farms 1953    
FB1754 Care and repair of mowers and binders 1942    
FB1755 Game laws for the season 1935-36: a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1935    
FB1756 Selection of lumber for farm and home building 1958    
FB1757 Diets to Fit the Family Income 1936 September Issued this date.
FB1758 Cover crops for soil conservation 1942    
FB1759 Game management on the farm 1936    
FB1760 The use of bluegrass sod in the control of soil erosion 1936    
FB1761 Harvesting with Combines 1936 October  
FB1762 Home Canning of Fruits, Vegetables and Meats 1936 September Issued this date.  Supersedes FB 1471.
FB1763 Harvesting and handling citrus fruits in the Gulf States 1950    
FB1764 Growing and Feeding Grain Sorghums 1936 December  
FB1765 Guides for buying sheets, blankets, and bath towels 1936    
FB1766 Game laws for the season 1936-37: a summary of federal, state, and provincial statutes 1936    
FB1767 Soil defense in the Piedmont 1938    
FB1768 Trapping and transplanting live beavers 1937    
FB1769 Dairy cattle judging 1945    
FB1770 High-grade Timothy and clover hay: methods of producing, baling, and loading for market 1952    
FB1771 Preventing soil blowing on the southern Great Plains 1937    
FB1772 Use of Concrete on the Farm 1937 June Issued this date.  Supersedes FB 1279 and FB 1480.
FB1773 Soil and water conservation in the Pacific Northwest 1937    
FB1774 The farmer looks ahead: four yardsticks for measuring future farm production 1937    
FB1775 Homemade bread, cake and pastry 1942    
FB1776 Strip cropping for soil conservation 1938    
FB1777 Diseases of fur animals 1937    
FB1778 Fabrics and designs for children's clothes 1937    
FB1779 Beef-cattle breeds for beef and for beef and milk 1958    
FB1780 How to fight the chinch bug 1951    
FB1781 Diseases of upland game birds 1937    
FB1782 Indicators of Southwestern range conditions 1957    
FB1783 Feeding wildlife in winter 1938    
FB1784 Nitrogen-fixing bacteria and legumes 1937    
FB1785 Muscadine grapes 1947    
FB1786 Fireproofing fabrics 1938    
FB1787 Internal parasites of swine 1963    
FB1788 Wildlife conservation through erosion control in the Piedmont 1937    
FB1789 Terracing for soil and water conservation 1943    
FB1790 The Nichols Terrace: An Improved Channel-type Terrace for the Southeast 1937 October Issued this date.
FB1791 Farm production of sorgo sirup 1938    
FB1792 Hospitals for rural communities 1937    
FB1793 Flaxseed production in the far Western states 1937    
FB1794 Forest farming 1938    
FB1795 Conserving corn belt soil 1937    
FB1796 Handling and preparing the Kieffer pear for use as food 1946    
FB1797 Implements and methods of tillage to control soil blowing on the northern Great Plains 1954    
FB1798 Control of common white grubs in cereal and forage crops 1961    
FB1799 Blue mold (downy mildew) disease of tobacco 1939    
FB1800 Home-made jellies, jams and preserves 1945    
FB1801 Making Lime on the Farm 1938 May Issued this date.
FB1802 Modernizing cotton gins 1939    
FB1803 Culture and pests of field peas 1938    
FB1804 Community buildings for farm families 1938    
FB1805 Grading wool 1945    
FB1806 Hard red winter wheat varieties 1938    
FB1807 Lamb and mutton on the farm: [slaughter, curing , freezing, canning] 1953    
FB1808 Rice culture in the Southern states 1938    
FB1809 Soil defense in the South 1938    
FB1810 Soil defense in the Northeast 1938    
FB1811 Control of insects attacking grain in farm storage 1942    
FB1812 Native and adapted grasses for conservation of soil and moisture in the Great Plains and Western states 1939    
FB1813 Prevention and control of gullies 1939    
FB1814 Terrace outlets and farm drainage 1939    
FB1815 Grading dressed turkeys 1949    
FB1816 Mechanizing the corn harvest 1938    
FB1817 Growing wheat in the Eastern United States 1939    
FB1818 Mechanical milk cooling on farms 1946    
FB1819 Infectious anemia (swamp fever) 1938    
FB1820 Silos: types and construction 1948    
FB1821 Containers for fruits and vegetables 1939    
FB1822 Seed Corn 1939    
FB1823 Reseeding range lands of the intermountain region 1939    
FB1824 The black hills beetle: a serious enemy of Rocky Mountain pines 1939    
FB1825 Sand-dune reclamation in the southern Great Plains 1939    
FB1826 Care of ornamental trees and shrubs 1939    
FB1827 Culture and diseases of delphiniums 1939    
FB1828 Grasshoppers and their control 1939    
FB1829 Insects and diseases of the pecan and their control 1954    
FB1830 Cooperative dairy bull associations 1939    
FB1831 Judging fabric quality 1942    
FB1832 Farm fences 1940    
FB1833 Crops against the wind on the southern Great Plains 1939    
FB1834 House cleaning management and methods 1940    
FB1835 Growing buckwheat 1939    
FB1836 Saving soil with sod in the Ohio Valley region 1939    
FB1837 Cotton shirts for men and boys 1949    
FB1838 Electric light for the farmstead 1951    
FB1839 The uses of alfalfa 1940    
FB1840 Kudzu for erosion control in the Southeast 1944    
FB1841 The feeding of chickens 1941    
FB1842 Production of hops 1940    
FB1843 Potato production in the Western states 1945    
FB1844 The culture and use of sorghums for forage 1955    
FB1845 The liming of soils 1940    
FB1846 Supplemental irrigation 1940    
FB1847 Rural library service 1949    
FB1848 Soil defense in the Pacific Southwest 1940    
FB1849 Useful and ornamental gourds 1940    
FB1850 The armyworm and its control 1951    
FB1851 Women's dresses and slips: a buying guide 1940    
FB1852 Lespedeza culture and utilization 1946    
FB1853 Classifying land for conservation farming 1943    
FB1854 Diseases of rice 1951    
FB1855 Culture, diseases, and pests of the box tree 1959    
FB1856 The Japanese Beetle and Its Control 1940 October  
FB1857 Small irrigation pumping plants 1940    
FB1858 Electric motors for the farm 1940    
FB1859 Stock-water developments: wells, springs, and ponds 1940    
FB1860 Gladiolus diseases and insects 1941    
FB1861 Insect pests of the peach in the Eastern states 1954    
FB1862 Vegetable seed treatments 1942    
FB1863 The turnip aphid in the Southern states and methods for its control 1941    
FB1864 Toward soil security on the northern Great Plains 1941    
FB1865 Closets and storage spaces 1940    
FB1866 Wireworms and their control on irrigated lands 1960    
FB1867 Sugar-beet culture under irrigation in the northern Great Plains 1941    
FB1868 Wildlife management through soil conservation on farms in the Northeast 1942    
FB1869 Foundations for farm buildings 1967    
FB1870 Pruning hardy fruit plants 1957    
FB1871 Brucellosis of cattle: Bang's disease, infectious abortion 1941    
FB1872 House plants 1941   Superseded by Home & Garden Bulletin 82
FB1873 Slip Covers 1943 June Issued February, 1941.  Revised this issue.  Use of slip covers - As protection; In place of upholstery; Decorative asset -- Choosing fabrics for service - The ideal fabric; Shrinkage control; Dyes fast to light and washing  --  Decorative features - Plain or patterned fabrics; Trimmings - Estimating Yardage - Dining and occasional chairs; upholstered chairs; Valance or ruffle -- Construction - Modeling a slip cover; Advantages of a pattern; Pattern for wing chair; The valance pattern; Cutting the slip cover; Plain and bound seams; Corded and piped seams; French Seams; Pin fitting; Order of seaming; The cushion; making and attaching the valance -- Slip covers for other upholstered furniture.  26 pages.
FB1874 Farm production of sugarcane sirup 1941    
FB1875 Mushroom growing in the United States 1967    
FB1876 Irrigation problems in citrus orchards 1941    
FB1877 Buying boys' suits 1941    
FB1878 Bacterial wilt of corn 1941    
FB1879 Ponds for wildlife 1941    
FB1880 Control of insect pests of grain in elevator storage 1941    
FB1881 Potato diseases and their control 1948    
FB1882 Harvesting and handling cultivated cranberries 1942    
FB1883 Apple varieties and important producing sections of the United States 1941    
FB1884 The sugarcane borer 1941    
FB1885 Treatment of white pines infected with blister rust 1942    
FB1886 The beet leafhopper 1941    
FB1887 Reducing losses from tree disease in Eastern forests and farm woodlands 1942    
FB1888 Poultry cooking 1941    
FB1889 Fireplaces and chimneys 1971    
FB1890 Control of insects and mites attacking narcissus bulbs 1941    
FB1891 Diseases of strawberries 1948    
FB1892 Pruning Southern pines 1942    
FB1893 Control of grape diseases and insects in the Eastern United States 1979    
FB1894 Coat making at home 1956    
FB1895 Land slugs and snails and their control 1959    
FB1896 Care of damaged shade trees 1950    
FB1897 Establishing and managing young apple orchards 1978    
FB1898 Hedge plants for the northern Great Plains 1942    
FB1899 School lunches in country and city 1942