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    • 1910, page 54

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    • 54 FARM LECTURES To be Given at the State High Schools by Members of the Extension Staff Agricultural College of Utah 1910-1911 MONDAY MORNING. 1. Lecture on Farm Animals. (a) The live stock industry in Utah. (b) Composition of foods....
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    • 36 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. A minimum of 14 credits in the following courses: Botany 24 and 25 Zoology 2, 3 and 4 Bacteriology 10 and 70, 71 Zoology 1 or Botany 1 Physiology 4 (See various department course requirements in...
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    • CEDAR CrrY, UTAH 39 116. MARKETING LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS. A class designed to study production and marketing factors as they relate to the marketing of livestock and livestock products with special reference to Utah conditions. Three...
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    • 74 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. DIVISION OF FOREST, RANGE AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT LEWIS M. TURNER, Dean MAx E. ROBINSON, Assistant Professor, Chairman GENERAL INFORMATION Students interested in the fields of Forest, Range or...
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    • 76 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. qualified to take Math. 35 are not required to take Math. 34. 3. Required only of students taking the general forestry option. 4. Required on range majors and students taking the general...
    • 1955_001 36

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    • CEDAR CITY, UTAH 31 SPECIALIZED AGRICULTURE A student may major in one of the following departments: Agricultural Economics and Marketing, Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Bacteriology and Public Health, Botany and Plant Pathology, Dairy Husbandry,...
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    • CEDAR CITY, UTAH 35 116. MARKETING LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRoDUCTS. A class designed to study production and marketing factors as they relate to the marketing of livestock and livestock products with special reference to Utah conditions. Three...
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    • CEDAR CITY, UTAH DIVISION OF FOREST, RANGE AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT L EWIS M. TURNER, Dean *MAX E. RoBINSON, Assistant Professor, Chairman GENERAL INFORMATION 71 Students interested in the fields of Forest, Range or Wildlife manage­ment may secure...
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    • I I CEDAR CrrY, UTAH 73 qualified to take Math. 35 are not required to take Math. 34. 3. Required only of students taking the general forestry option. 4. Required on range majors and students taking the general forestry option. 5. Required of...
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    • ' . '·· CEDAR CITY, UTAH A minimum of 14 credits in the following courses: Botany 24 and 25 Zoology 2, 3 and 4 Bacteriology 10 and 70, 71 Physiology 4 31 (See various department course requirements in this group. Zoology 1, and Botany 1, and...
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    • ,, CEDAR CITY, UTAH 35 116. MARKETING LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS. A class designed to study production and marketing factors as -they relate to the marketing of livestock and livestock products with special reference to Utah conditions. Three...
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    • 76 CoLLEGE oF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. DIVISION OF FOREST, RANGE AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT LEWIS M. TURNER, Dean *MAX E. RoBINSON, Assistant Professor, Chairman PHIL R. OGDEN, Assistant P~ofessor, Acting Chairman GENERAL...
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    • 78 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH oF U. S. A. C. qualified to take Math. 35 are not required to take Math. 34. 3. Required only of students taking the general forestry option. 4. Required on range majors and students taking the general...
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    • 25 He must also complete the following: Mathematics 34, or 35 Chemistry 10, 11 and 12 or 3, 4 and 5 (Majors in agricultural economics may substitute Physical Science 31 and 32 and another 5 hours of exact science for 15 hours of chemistry.) A...
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    • 30 DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE 103. FORAGE CROPS. Alfalfa, clover, grasses, and other farm forages; classification and methods of production, harvesting and storage; meadow and pasture management, are discussed. Attention is given to the place of...
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    • DIVISION OF FOREST, RANGE, AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT LEWIS M. TURNER, USU Dean, College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Management *MAX E. ROBINSON, Assistant Professor, Chairman PHIL R. OGDEN, Assistant Professor, Acting Chairman GENERAL...
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    • 68 DMSION OF FOREST, RANGE, AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SUMMER CAMP Most four-year forestry schools require summer camp training between the sophomore and junior years. Students at the College of Southern Utah who wish to transfer to the USU at Logan...
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    • 69 COURSES IN FOREST, RANGE, AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT I. FOREST MANAGEMENT: SuRVEY AND ORIENTATION. A survey of the profession of forest management, and relation of conservation and multiple uses of wild land resources to the welfare of the state...
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    • 16 Agriculture 3. Technical Courses .. . students planning to do graduate work or entering employment in which technical training is required. Technical courses are provided in each of the following: Agricultural Economics, Agricultural...
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    • 56. Introductory Soils. (5 :S) Prerequisite: Inorganic Chemistry. 103. Forage Crops. (4:S) Alfalfa clover, grasses, and other farm forages; classification and meth­ods of production, harvesting and storage. Attention is given to ro­tation, soil...

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