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  • Sweetman, William J. (University of Alaska, Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1961-01)
    Until mid-1957 most dairymen were expanding their herds. Many old animals were kept that were difficult to breed. When a military market failed to materialize in 1957, many of these unsatisfactory cows were the first ...
  • Sweetman, William J. (University of Alaska, Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960-02)
  • Sweetman, William J. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1959-03)
    This has been a good year in getting cows with calf. Begining in April, 1958, 89.6 per cent of all cows conceived on the first two services. This is an exceptionally good rate . Only 99 cows needed servicing four times ...
  • Sweetman, William J. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1958-02)
    In 1957 the conception rate has run about the same as in past years, except that August was the lowest month for the year. The figures show that 81% of the cows conceived on their first two services and nearly 92% on ...
  • Sweetman, William J. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1957-01)
    The Matanuska Valley dairy industry continues to be plagued with the problem of having more milk than can be distributed in early summer, while fall production does not supply the demand. Fluctuations between heavy ...
  • Sweetman, William J. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, Palmer, Alaska, 1956-01)
  • Johnsons, Hugh A.; Irwin, Don L. (University of Alaska, 1953-01)
    This report is designed to explain some of the apparent discrepancies in the agricultural picture in Alaska.

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