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1. Information resources for swine in biomedical research : 1990-2000 (id:7049308)

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2. Experiment station work, VI : fraud in fertilizers, American clover seed, sugar-beet industry, mushrooms as food, seeding grass land, pigs in stubble fields, grafting apple trees, ensiling potatoes, forest fires, anthrax (id:ORC00000027)

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4. Experiment station work, XXXIV : American sugar-beet seed, indoor versus outdoor feeding of steers, stimulants for seeds, profits from spraying potatoes, roughage for steers, winter-injured fruit trees, cheap dairy rations, durum wheat, cotton-seed meal for hogs, fertility of eggs (id:ORC00000082)

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5. Experiment station work, XLII : Extension of rice culture, laxative properties of wheat bran, growing seed potatoes under mulch, emmer as a feeding stuff, manure as a summer mulch in forcing houses, roots for farm animals, cabbage as stock feed, renewal of old orchards, pasturing hogs, injury by Bordeaux mixture, cull beans as a feed for hogs, gluten flours and similar foods, healthy poultry (id:ORC00000103)

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6. Experiment station work, XLIV : distributing manure and fertilizers, cooking cereal foods, silage making, winter killing of peach buds, horse-feeding tests, color of apples, supplements to corn for hogs, ringing herbaceous plants, tankage for hogs following cattle, potato scab, gas injury to trees, hoppers for poultry feeding, the tuna or prickly pear (id:ORC00000111)

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7. Experiment station work, LXVII : screening cabbage seed beds, experiments in beef production, spraying apple orchards, preparation of choice hams, new type of spray nozzle, factors affecting fat in cream, preparation of corn for hogs (id:ORC00000179)

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8. Experiment station work, LXX : compiled from the publications of the agricultural experiment stations : improvement of sandy soils, utilization of roughage, alfalfa and corn for lambs, feeding alfalfa hay to swine, cooperative herd testing, cooperative cattle breeding, losses due to low-grade cream, disposing of waste dips, care of farm machinery (id:ORC00000136)

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9. Cutworms and their control in corn and other cereal crops (id:ORC00000287)

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10. An analysis of 1979 Nebraska rotation plan for the quarterly hog survey (id:47409)

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11. An assessment of the frozen weights procedure : March and September multiple frame hog survey (id:47437)

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12. Nutrition (id:IND85005515)

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13. Reproduction (id:IND85005521)

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14. Swine herd health (id:IND85005514)

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15. Swine production systems (id:IND85005522)

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16. A comparison of CATI and nonCATI on a Nebraska hog survey (id:31897)

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17. A study of hog questionnaire modifications (id:47371)

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18. Grazing impact on grassland ecology (id:IND88053406)

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19. Composite estimators in the June hog series (id:25433)

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20. Ohio report : summary of round 2, January 1986-March 1987 (id:50314)

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21. Carmen Jorgensen: goodwill ambassador for U.S. agriculture (id:IND20402063)

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22. A review and evaluation of unusual outlier component detection and robust estimation procedures used by the December 1989 Hog Board (id:31943)

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23. June 1990 reinterview survey (id:43212)

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24. Estimation of QAS list frame hog totals using a revised estimator : an empirical investigation (id:22170)

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25. Cooperatives' role in hog contract production (id:20866)

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26. Hogtowns and rural development (id:IND20446038)

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27. Role of local cooperatives in emerging swine industry (id:20815)

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28. An example of bias in the NAHMS Swine '95 study due to questionnaire structure (id:31737)

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29. Use of antibiotics and feed additives in weaned market pigs by U.S. pork producers (id:31315)

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30. Assessment of practitioner-based reporting system for identification of foreign animal disease introduction (id:31736)

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31. Economic and structural relationships in U.S. hog production (id:34132)

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32. Interstate livestock movements (id:38888)

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33. Market integration in the North American hog industries (id:38942)

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34. Polymerase chain reaction assay for the detection of Toxoplasma gondii (id:7063)

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35. Animal products markets in 2005 and forecast for 2006 (id:41243)

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36. Food safety research : a focus on Trichinella : a nematode parasite (id:354)

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37. Characteristics and production costs of U.S. hog farms, 2004 (id:22843)

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38. Ethanol expansion in the United States : how will the agricultural sector adjust? (id:41690)

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39. The changing economics of U.S. hog production (id:19463)

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40. The changing economics of U.S. hog production (id:20593)

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41. Changes in manure management in the hog sector : 1998-2004 (id:43355)

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42. Swine anesthesia and analgesia, 2000-2010 (id:49145)

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43. Using fences to exclude feral hogs from wildlife feeding stations (id:50545)