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101. Diseases, ailments, and abnormal conditions of swine (id:5420620)

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102. Hog lice and hog mange : methods of control and eradication (id:5420600)

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103. Hog pastures for the southern states (id:5420747)

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104. A simple hog-breeding crate (id:5420749)

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105. Tuberculosis of hogs (id:5420733)

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106. The self-feeder for hogs (id:5420746)

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107. Castration of young pigs (id:5420732)

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108. Pasture and grain crops for hogs in the Pacific Northwest (id:5420525)

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109. Boys'pig clubs : with special reference to their organization in the South (id:5420634)

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110. The roundworms of domestic swine : with special reference to two species in the stomach (id:5421144)

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111. Hog houses (id:5420710)

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112. Feeding hogs in the South (id:5420699)

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113. Tuberculosis of hogs : its cause and suppression (id:5420922)

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114. Forage crops for hogs in Kansas and Oklahoma (id:5420685)

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115. Relative proportions of the sexes in litters of pigs (id:5420888)

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116. The fecundity of Poland China and Duroc Jersey sows (id:5420870)

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117. A successful hog and seed-corn farm (id:5420683)

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118. New facts concerning the etiology of hog cholera (id:5421050)

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119. The external parasites of hogs, being articles on the hog louse (Haematopinus suis) and mange, or scabies, of hogs (id:5421067)

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120. Cattle, sheep, and hog feeding in Europe (id:5421299)