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    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 54, Number 1

    • 1974, Winter
    • Help offered isolated stores; Farmers markets flourish in state; Effort aims at rural stagnation; Homemaker Council reports; CAP cash buys spray equipment; Secretary Butz, development chief see rural New Mexico; Extension aides teach thousands
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 54, Number 3

    • 1974, Summer
    • Hi Plains 4-H unites families; Former members' letter tells of 4-H's greatness; Aide creates learning center for youth nutrition classes; Indians get advice on boosting stock efficiency; Tiny magnet protects cows from hardware ills; Income boost is...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 54, Number 2

    • 1974, Spring
    • Cut food bills, can and freeze; Rabbits help Lea ranchers with brush control project; Seminars spotlight range beef cattle; 4-H project helps alter Indian image; Soils information ready for all state's counties
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 54, Number 4

    • 1974, Fall
    • For the handicapped...missile carrier wins battle of nature trail; Don't store gasoline for lengthy period; Cold storage preserves pecans; Feedlot operators host media reps; Energy, cash, food are seminar topics; Irrigated pasture aids pueblo...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 53, Number 1

    • 1973, Winter
    • Hard-of-hearing have 4-H, too; State's hay has quality sparkle; Christmas trees under study in Mora County; On-farm storage method devised for seed cotton; Marek elected Veep by nation's agents; During Range, Livestock Days...Indians hear Indians;...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 53, Number 3

    • 1973, Summer
    • Dust bags do control horn flies; 'Breed's' pedigree has buffalo blood; Predators cut big swath among state's livestock; Short-scrotum beef leaner
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 53, Number 2

    • 1973, Spring
    • Dona Ana cowman runs 'calfteria'; Photographic potpourri; Kresge Foundation offers pueblo youth helping hand; Bulletin clerk is international pen pal
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 53, Number 4

    • 1973, Fall
    • Some fires can help the forest!; One show--Outgrow!; NMSU machine counts, identifies bugs fast; Extension Center is joint effort; 'People-action' making waves in Taos County; NMSU funded for land reclamation, cotton studies; Country living is...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 52, Number 1

    • 1972, Winter
    • Late father's goal challenges dairyman; Homemakers Council reports; Annual scholarship; Ready invitation; Lingerie workshop; Carol teaches 4-H well; From smoking, drugs, alcohol...'bad scenes' target of project; 4-H numbers up; Trail ride pioneered...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 52, Number 3

    • 1972, Summer
    • Family problems conference target; Agricultural dollars impressive, New Mexico total at $1 billion; Homemakers Council reports; Hospitalized children enjoy picture library; County agents earn media work award; Edeal Dairy production figures no...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 52, Number 2

    • 1972, Spring
    • In Valencia County...numbers formula teaches nutrition; Extension movie a motivator!; Homemakers Council reports; Interest in cattle feeding reflected at short course; Sister-brother 4-H leaders is good combination; Pueblo woman loses shyness to...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 52, Number 4

    • 1972, Fall
    • Ralph Handley says mesa land great for dairy farm; Subject is the home...short course overflows!; Bulletins; Homemaker Council reports; 4-H'ers try renovating school
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 51, Number 1

    • 1971, Winter
    • Extension stars on TV; 4-H expansion project proves successful; Cattle breeders' seminar popular; Valencia County Clubs swap ideas, gifts, fun, food on Recreation Day; Valencia 4-H'er outstanding leader; Sitter clinic adds reality
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 51, Number 3

    • 1971, Summer
    • In North Portales...4-H aides probing for answers; Thesis research shows...savings account incomes vary widely; Plants can also poison people!; Some poisonous native plants (chart); Brothers raise exotic birds; NMSU home economics history told;...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 51, Number 2

    • 1971, Spring
    • Poultryman prefers floors, pens; Dona Ana farmer heads pecan group; River Valley orchards hit ... freeze; Oil company to sponsor Team Leader Conference; Seed weevil is controlling 'goathead'; At Tucumcari auction...bull sale average high; Tops in...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 51, Number 4

    • 1971, Fall
    • Horizontal water wells have promising future; Non 4-H'ers attracted by San Juan Day Camp; State women attend meet in Norway; New leaders named for NMSU Extension; By Sheep to Shawl project...wool's qualities promoted; Beef carcass test helps find...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 50, Number 1

    • 1970, Winter
    • NMSU specialists speak on farm tour; Students learn horseshoeing at NMSU's farriers' school; Bells protect sheep; Sagebrush control; Sex sets off new codling moth traps
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 50, Number 3

    • 1970, Summer
    • No 4-H generation gap; At Ghost Ranch Camp...youths learn of citizenship; From an extra-ordinary home agent, Navajos learn nutrition; New book answers questions on horses; Pecan weevil strikes; Harding 4-H'ers run own show
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 50, Number 2

    • 1970, Spring
    • Shiprock buzzes during event...Fair showcases ... Navajo tribe; Grazing aided by crushers; Tending to business is key to raising pigs; Junior dairy judging...Interest swells in contest; Enchantment pays dividends...In tomato production; Horsemen's...
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 50, Number 4

    • 1970, Fall
    • 'Extension babies' tribute to nutrition aide program; Cotton effort launched; Cooperation is key to Pueblos fair success; Eddy agent wins national post; Insect controls pursued
    • White, John; Newcomer, Norm

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