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A 1.2:G 919/2xGrowing Industrial Materials: Renewable Resources from Agriculture and Forestry
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A 1.3:1-1500Index to Department Bulletins Nos. 1-1500
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A 1.4:33The Mission of Cooperative Demonstration Work in the South
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A 1.4:34Rules and Regulations for Carrying Out the Provisions of the Insecticide Act of 1910
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A 1.9:index 1826/1850Farmers' Bulletins Nos. 1826-1850 With Contents
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A 1.38:739/965The National Poultry and Turkey Improvement Plans and Auxiliary Provisions
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A 1.60/3:29Bibliography of Economic Reports on the Production and Marketing of Fruits, and Vegetables, 1976-80
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A 1.60/3:125A Review of Farm Accident Data Sources and Research
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A 1.68:1596Helping the Pieces Fit
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A 1.68:1935Look Out for the Red Plam Mite!
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A 1.76:685/v.4Pesticide Background Statements Volume IV. Insecticides
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A 1.76:688Forest and Rangeland Birds of hte United States
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A1.76:694Redhead Pine Sawfly - Its Ecology and Management
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A 1.76:no.697Weights, Measures, and Conversion Factors for Agricultural Commodities and Their Products
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A 1.77:249/chartFood Guide Pyramid A Guide ot Daily Food Choices
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A 1.107:247Major Uses of Land in the United States Summary for 1969
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A 1.107:442Interpreting Land Use Change Through Satellite Imagery
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A 1.107:570A Theoretical Evaluation of Fee Systems for Private Grazing on Federal Lands
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A 1.107:669Economic Implications of cleaning Wheat in the United States
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A 4.5:125Rules and Regulations for the Inspection of Live Stock and Their Products
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A 4.5:137Regulations governing the meat inspection of the U.S.D.A.
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A 4.5:143Regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture
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A 4.5:144Rule 1, Revision 2. - To Prevent the Spread of Splenetic Fever in Cattle
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A 4.5:144/Amend.2Amendment No.2 to Rule 1, Revision 2.-To Prevent the Spread of Splenetic Fever in Cattle
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A 4.5:158Rule 1, Revision 4. - To Prevent the Spread of Splenetic Fever in Cattle
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A 4.5:158/Amend.5Amendment 5 to Rule 1, Revision 4 - To Prevent the Spread of Splenetic Fever in Cattle
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A 4.5:167Rule 2, Revision 3 - To Prevent the Spread of Scabies in Cattle
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A 9.2:R 244/IndexReports of Cooperative Research on Insect Control in Farm-Stored Grain, July 1941 to June 1946
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A 13.28:P 29/24/994Non-Commercial Firewood Map Free Use and Charge
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A 13.28:T 57/18/994Toiyabe National Forest Carson Ranger District Travel Map
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A 17.18/4:90-12Trout and Salmon:Diseases and Control January 1979- August 1989
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A 19.4:82Crop Plants for Paper Making
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A 21.2:AG 8/5/940Achieving a Balanced Agriculture
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A 21.2:C 81People on the Farm: Corn and Hog Farming
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A 21.29:153,155-159SERVICE USDA's Report to Consumers
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A 35.5:2Notice of Qurantine No. 2 (Domestic). Mediterranean Fruit Fly
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A 35.5:no.24/amdt.1Amendment No. 1, with Regulations, to Notice of Quarantine No.24
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A 35.5:no.24/amdt.2Amendment No.2 To Notice of Quarantine No. 24
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A 35.5:no.43/rev.3/amdt.3Extension of European Corn-Borer Quarantine
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A 35.5:no.48/rev.3/amdt.1Modification of Japanese Beetle Quarantine
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A 36.2:F 66/2Marketing Information for Commercial Floriculture Preliminary Report
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A 43.1:946Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics 1946
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A 43.1:947Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics 1947 Better Rural Living
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A 43.1:949Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics 1949
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A 43.1:950Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics 1950
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A 43.2:W 85Motivations of Small-Woodland owners
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A 43.11:DB-1What is the Chief Cause of the Farm Depression?
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A 43.11:DB-2Do Farmers Want the Federal Government to Help Them Deal with Farm Problems?
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A 47.5:923/24Soil Survey Jackson County, Minnesota
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A 47.5:923/30Soil Survey Olmsted County, Minnesota
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A 47.5:933/25Soil Survey (Reconnaissance) The Red River Valley Area Minnesota
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A 47.5:933/27Soil Survey Kanabec County Minnesota
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A 48.2:Au 7Avocado Fruit and Nursery Stock from Mexico and the Countries of Central America Brought Under Quarantines 56 and 37 by Revocation...
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A 55.2:C 81/31/938xCorn Loans, Acreage allotments and marketing Quotas
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A 57.2:I 5xInventorying, Classifying, and Correlating Juniper and Pinyon Communities To Soils in Western United States
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A 57.2:P 69/8Finding, testing, distributing, using Better Plants for land use, beauty, people, wildlife, livestock
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A 57.2:SN 6/12Snow Survey and Soil Moisture Measurements 1975 Basic Data Summary for Western United States
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A 57.2:W 72/6Windbreaks for Illinois
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A 57.6/2:R 12National Handbook for Range and Related Grazing Lands
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A 57.6/2:W 64More Wildlife for Recreation A Series of Guides to Help Landowners Increase their Production of Wildlife
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A 57.25:C 83The Present Status and Future Outlook ofr the Field Program of Engineering Erosion Control Practice
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A 57.25:L 22/4The Land We Defend by H.H. Bennet
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A 57.25:W 67/27Clark County's Soil Conservation Job
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A 57.38:940Soil Survey Hillsborough County Florida
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A 57.38:944/8Soil Survey Santa Barbara Area California
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A 57.38:961/24Soil Survey Waseca County Minnesota
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A 57.38:C 38/8Soil Survey Charleston County South Carolina
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A 57.38/26:F 61Soil Survey of Flathead National Forest Area, Montana
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A 57.38/26:H 36Soil Survey of Helena National Forest Area, Montana
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A 57.46/19:990/Oct.October 1, 1990 Released by Duane L. Johnson Soil Conservation Service
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A 57.46/19:991/Oct.October 1, 1991 Released by Duane L. Johnson Soil Conservation Service
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A 57.57:K 46xAn Appraisal of Potentials for Outdoor Recreation Developments in Kentucky
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A 57.58/2:WASoil Survey Interpretations for Woodland Conservation
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A 67.2:Ag 8/9/956The World Agricultural Situation 1956
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A 67.18:FATP 1-55World Agricultural Situation 1955
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A 67.19/2:953Foreign Agricultural Trade United States Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products
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A 67.26:204Peru's Fishmeal Industry
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A 67.27:954World Agricultural Situation 1954
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A 67.40:992/1,2,12,29-30,31-40U.S. Export Sales
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A 67.42:WR-11-82Weekly Roundup of World Production and Trade
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A 77.2:IR 8xPest Control: Its Growing Significance Here and Abroad
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A 77.2:P 96/4-954-955Publications from Home economic research in the USDA
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A 77.10:C 56/12Recent Developments in Regulatory Veterinary Medicine
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A 77.15:71-3List of Publications and Patents of the Northern Utilization Research Branch Peoria, Illinois
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A 77.15:71-3/supp.1List of Publications and Patents of the Northern Utilization Research Branch Peoria, Illinois
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A 77.15:71-3/supp.7Publications and Patents of the Northern Utilization Researchand Development Division
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A 77.202:1121/964United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service Animal Husbandry Research Division
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A 77.317:72Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine Domestic Quarantine Notices White-Fringed Beetle Quarantine
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A 77.514:924/23Soil Survey of Lac Qui Parle County, Minnesota
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A 77.514:944/3Soil Survey Le Sueur County Minnesota
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A 77.514:948/2Soil Survey Nicollet County Minnesota
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A 77.514:953/1Soil Survey Isanti County Minnesota
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A 77.514:957/21Soil Survey Crow Wing County Minnesota
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A 77.514:959/41Soil Survey Wabasha County Minnesota
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A 77.514:961/24Soil Survey Waseca County Minnesota
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A 77.702:C 62/2Family Purchases of clothing and Household Textiles
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A 77.702:W 37Whole Wheat and Cracked Wheat -- Economical Additions to the Diet
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A 77.863x:964Report and Recommendations of the Grain and Forage Crops Research Advisory Committee
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