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  • Title: New Mexico Extension News
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    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 45, Number 3

    • 1965, Summer
    • Z Ranch in Organ Mountains runs 2 to 20 head per section; Around the state with the NMSU extension service; NMSU study show wool buyers pay for; Zuni Indians develop tourist recreation sites; You ask for it---?
    • White, John
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 32, Number 8

    • 1952-08
    • Your National 4-H Committee; This and that; That bad egg; Off to the fair; Rootstocks, a possible step towards better grape production; Leaders' echoes; A 4-H real public service; Sears garden program; 4-H tractor maintenance exhibit at State Fair;...
    • Whigham, Charlie B.; Hench, Kenneth
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 30, Number 4

    • 1950-04
    • Your engineering; The cover...; Correction; Short musings...; Past shows pattern of milk prices; Here's de bunk about de bunkhouse; How's your spray program?; Leaders' echo; Dairy achievement program; Speaking contest announced; Short course...
    • Rowe, J. Z.; Taylor, Charley S.; Gibbs, L. C. "Chet"; Blanchard, Evelyn L.
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 41, Number 8

    • 1961-08
    • Your clothing dollar; Solar heat warms stock tanks; Candle-making is fascinating business; Family money from marriage to retirement; Lettuce is difficult crop to raise and market; Required reading about farmers
    • Riemann, Dorothea; Bryant, M. Douglas; Smith, Reba A.
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 32, Number 10

    • 1952-10
    • Yearbook "insects" beneficial to farmers and ranchers; Our cover...; This and that; 'Stuff and things'; Your orchard can be profitable; Buy fruits and vegetables wisely; Leaders' echoes; Three IFYE delegates to visit New Mexico this fall;...
    • Cunningham, Elsie; Gibbs, L. C. "Chet"; Anderson, E. E.
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 44, Number 3

    • 1964, Summer
    • World's largest Guernsey farm is model of dairy efficiency; Women played important roles in New Mexico history; San Juan County agriculture has tremendous future; 4-H'ers rabbit plays part in demonstration
    • White, John
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 13, Number 6

    • 1933-06
    • Work on relief act progresses steadily; Questa Club a record maker; Wins prize in national contest; Natural trends no answer to surplus; Entering a new era; About the state with Extension workers
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    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 41, Number 9

    • 1961-09
    • Wool judging project added to 4-H program; Guadalupe County ranchers use progressive methods; Beekeeping has many problems but it's an interesting business; Zuni woolgrowers battle epididymitis of rams; Know your officers; Artificial rumen aids in...
    • Ruttle, J. L. (Jack Leo); Romo, Anthony; Angell, Roy, Mrs.
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 5, Number 8

    • 1925-08
    • Women's work in New Mexico shows decided progress; Cull, kill and sell; Assistant director to do work in agricultural research; A still stronger force; Silage for lean years; About the state with Extension workers; A fifty dollar hen; County...
    • Monroe, C. F.
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 17, Number 7

    • 1937-07
    • Wind erosion program closes; National Club camp; Personnel changes; New Mexico counties fight grasshoppers; Coordination; About the state with Extension workers; With the district agents; Heads new department
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    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 37, Number 10

    • 1957-10
    • Wilt alfalfa for storage, Home-grown grains cut feed costs; Peach tree borers; It takes a well-prepared seedbed to grow a good lawn; Breeding troubles rob dairymen; Proper storage increases value of home gardens; More light from lamps; Protein--How...
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    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 32, Number 5

    • 1952-05
    • Why buy U. S. bonds?; Our cover...; This and that; Streamline your kitchen!; American-Egyptian cotton outlook favorable for New Mexico farmers; Produce and market high-quality eggs; Grasslands: The key to more meat and milk; Leaders' echoes; State...
    • Thompson, Marshall O.; Whigham, Charlie B.
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 30, Number 10

    • 1950-10
    • Where we stand...; The cover...; Why have fairs?; Short musings...; Social Security near for farm workers; Mechanical picking limited for New Mexico farmers; Changes in poultry industry put many managers behind; Leaders' echo; Cherry pies tasted...
    • Rowe, J. Z.; Taylor, Charley S.; Anderson, E. E.; Cunningham, Elsie
    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 7, Number 8

    • 1927-08
    • Western states conference held in Reno; Contagious kitchens; Cattle feeders tour New Mexico ranches; Vacations; About the state with the Extension workers; Curry-Roosevelt Organization; Weed 'em and reap; Lea entertains visitors; Delegates...
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    • New Mexico extension news, Volume 10, Number 9

    • 1930-09
    • Western States 7th Regional Conference; State agent granted leave; First car of butter from eastern N.M.; The task just ahead; About the state with Extension workers; L. H. Hauter returns
    • Yoast, I. G.

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