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" As additional check on the value of each ration, all the cows were weighed each year at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each feeding period. "
Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture - Page 149
by Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1888
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Annual Report, Volumes 14-17

University of Rhode Island. Agricultural Experiment Station - 1901 - 826 pages
...perhaps more favorable, and the hens naturally greater layers. During trial No. 3 the hens were weighed at the beginning of the experiment, and at the end of each week thereafter, except that the last weighing was extended to the last day. The data resulting from these...
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Report of Preliminary Investigations on the Metabolism of Nitrogen and ...

Wilbur Olin Atwater, Charles Dayton Woods, Francis Gano Benedict - 1897 - 310 pages
...ninth and sixteenth columns represent the amounts of carbon dioxid and water remaining in the apparatus at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each period. There were 20.41 grams of carbon dioxid in the air of the chamber at the beginning of the first...
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Bulletin - West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Issues 50-71

West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station - 1898 - 978 pages
...Calculated for 100 fowls in each lot: LOT 1-MKAT MKAL. LOT 2— GROUND BONE. The weighi of the fowls at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each period is shown in the following tal>le, which has been calculated for 100 fowls in each lot: The fowls...
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Annual Report of the Director of the Agricultural Station ...

Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station - 1899 - 860 pages
...perhaps more favorable, and the hens naturally greater layers. During trial No. 3 the hens were weighed at the beginning of the experiment, and at the end of each week thereafter, except that the last weighing was extended to the last day. The data resulting from these...
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Bulletin (United States. Office of Experiment Stations). no. 63, 1899, Issue 63

1899 - 116 pages
...ninth and sixteenth columns represent the amounts of carbon dioxid and water remaining in the apparatus at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each period. There were 20.41 grams of carbon dioxid in the air of the chamber at the beginning of the first...
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Circular, Issues 1-100

1913 - 1166 pages
...average work done by the farm horse throughout the year. WEIGHING. The horses were weighed individually at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each thirty-day period. Accurate records were kept of the weights. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. Throughout the...
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Annual Report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell ...

New York State College of Agriculture - 1911 - 1248 pages
...Least ................. Flock 61 — Variety ration oo . o% Weight of flocks The weight of the flocks at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each week of feeding are shown in Table 5; also the numbers of chicks remaining at these periods. Flocks 59 (powdered...
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Annual Report, Volume 2

New York (State) Dept. of Agriculture - 1910 - 1308 pages
...different rations As additional check on the value of each ration, all the cows were weighed each year at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each feeding period. These weights are. given in Tables XXIX and XXX. While there was considerable variation...
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Annual Report, Volume 22

Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station - 1910 - 1320 pages
...different rations As additional check on the value of each ration, all the cows were weighed each year at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each feeding period. These weights are given in Tables XXIX and XXX. While there was considerable variation...
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Bulletin, Volumes 92-110

New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station - 1915 - 826 pages
...heretofore. Weighing. In the experiments of 1913 all the steers were weighed for three successive days at the beginning of the experiment and at the end of each thirty days. They were also weighed once every ten days during each month, except when on digestion...
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