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    • 1910, page 55

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    • 55 TUESDAY MORNING. 3. Lecture on Farm Animals. (a) Beef cattle. (1) Type-comparison of dairy and bee; type (2) Breeds. (3) Feeding. (4) Management. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. 4. Lecture on Soils. (a) Plant food and how plants...
    • 1910, page 56

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    • 56 (1) Seeds, cuttings, layerings, grafting, budding. (b) Planting and cultivation of trees. (1) Preparation of the ground. (2) Species and varieties for various localities. (3) Cover crops. (c) Pruning and spraying. THURSDAY MORNING. ...
    • 1910, page 57

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    • 57 (1) Type and conformation. (2) Draft and light horses compared. (3) Breeds. (4) Management. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. 10. Lecture on Field Crops. (a) Sugar Beets. Soils, cultivation, irrigation, thinning, etc. (b) Potatoes. Seed,...
    • 1912, page 56

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    • 56 pervision of the instructor. Each student must fit and finish a one-piece gown. Six hours. Two credits. Domestic Art III. Needlework. This course covers the practice in such stitches as chain, outline, satin, eyelet, french knots,...
    • 1912, page 57

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    • 57 Two recitations and one laboratory period each week. Three hours credit. First Term. Breed Types. This course covers the history, characteristics of the differnt breeeds of horses, cattle, sheep, and swine. The student will...
    • 1941 33

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    • 32 BRANCH AGRICULTURAL C O L L E GE 4. VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY. The same general plan as given in course 3 is followed in the study of the vertebrates. Some attention is given to the local fauna. Five credits. Spring. Sargent 2. GENERAL ZOOLOGY. This...
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    • snow fe11 to the depth of about two feet, but soon thawed ofF, making the soil too muddy to plough, so we improved the time in labonng on public works and repainng and cleaning out the water sects in the city and fields. This week, since the...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 26 In Europe and subsequently in North America, polygamy has been seen as a barbarous and immoral lifestyle “since the earliest of times” (Austen, 2011). Because the belief that polygamy breeds immorality and abuse is so...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 75 discusses how the pipeline will affect the area’s wildlife and sea creatures as well as the people who are natives to the area. For the textual portion, the ‘environmental’ theme is the most dominant, the ‘geographical’ theme is the...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 76 It took more than 10,000 years of domestication for humans to create the vast biodiversity in our food supply that we’re now watching ebb away. Selectively breeding a wild plant or animal species for certain desirable traits began as...
    • 1958 29

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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...
    • 1957 31

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    • 31 125. SHEEP PRODUCTION. A study of both range and farm sheep, with emphasis on range production. Includes methods of production of lambs and wool, grading and marketing practices, feeding and studies of the breeds of sheep and their adaption to...
    • 1956_001 41

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    • 36 CoLLEOE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. For students who plan to enter livestock production, county agent work, vocational agricultural teaching or some similar work, a minor in Agricultural Economics, Agronomy, Dairy Husbandry, Poultry...
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    • '• CEDAR CITY, UTAH 37 110. BEEF PRODUCTION. A study of the factors involved in the economical production of beef cattle, including organization of the enterprise, breeds of beef cattle, selection of suitable breeding stock, production of maximum...
    • 1956_001 43

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    • 38 CoLLEGE oF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH oF U. S. A. C. HORTICULTURE 1. GENERAL HORTICULTURE. Outlook, selection of locations and varieties, propagation of fruit plants, establishing orchards, pruning and training, soil management, thinning, pollination,...
    • 1954_001 34

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    • CEDAR C ITY, UTAH DIVISIONS OF AGRICULTURE R. H. WALKER, Dean ARTHUR J. MoRRrs, Assistant Dean, School of Agriculture D. CLARENCE SCHMUTZ, Chairman Associate Professor Agricultural Economics V. R. MAGLEBY, Assistant Professor, Agriculture,...
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    • 40 COLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. For students who plan to enter livestock production, county agent work, vocational agricultural teaching or some similar work, a minor in Agricultural Economics, Agronomy, Dairy Husbandry, Poultry...
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    • CEDAR C ITY, UTAH 41 110. BEEF PRODUCTION. A study of the factors involved in the economical production of beef cattle, including organization of the enterprise, breeds of beef cattle, selection of suitable breeding stock, production of maximum...
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    • 42 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN U TAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. HORTICULTURE 1. GENERAL HORTICULTURE. Outlook, selection of locations and varieties, propagation of fruit plants, establishing orchards, pruning and training, soil management, thinning,...
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    • 28 CoLLEGE OF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. DIVISIONS OF' AGRICULTURE R. D. WALKER, Dean and Director of Agricultural Sciences A. J. THORNE, Director of Experiment Station KARL J. FRISCHKNECT, Director of Extension Service D. CLARENCE...

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