Report of Agricultural Extension Department and of operations on demonstration farms, 1914.

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Published by Northern Pacific Railway Co. in St. Paul, Minn .

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  • Field experiments -- North Dakota.

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Conducting regular group extension events at the demonstration site: demonstrations are usually quite costly. To get the best value for money from a demonstration, other. By educating farmers on business operations and on modern agricultural science and technologies, extension contributes to the success of countless farms, ranches, and rural business.

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First-in-the-nation professional agricultural engineering department and degree program in the nation is created. The Agricultural Extension Act becomes law in Iowa.

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The University of Florida (UF), together with Florida A&M University (FAMU), administers the Florida Cooperative Extension Service. Chinwe Ifejika Speranza, Agwu E. Agwu, in Beyond Agricultural Impacts, Access to Extension Services.

The ratio of extension services to farm households around ranged from 1 extension agent to about –22, farm families depending on the state (Arokoya, ; Federal Department of Agricultural Extension, FDAE, ).Anambra State, for instance, had only 35 extension.

He focused on three branches of Extension work: demonstration farms, short courses, and education trains. Inthe U.S. Congress passed the Smith-Lever Act, creating a nationwide system of cooperative extension services that provide outreach activities through land-grant universities. This activity became the impetus for the development Report of Agricultural Extension Department and of operations on demonstration farms formal cooperative extension farm programs, entered into by agreements between the college and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Cooperative extension work became a national farm program under the terms of the Smith-Lever Act ofwhich established the Agricultural Extension. Agricultural extension is the application of scientific research and new knowledge to agricultural practices through farmer field of 'extension' now encompasses a wider range of communication and learning activities organized for rural people by educators from different disciplines, including agriculture, agricultural marketing, health, and business studies.

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The Committee to Review the Role of Publicly Funded Agricultural Research on the Structure of U.S. Agriculture was asked to assess the role of public-sector agricultural research on changes in the size and numbers of farms, with particular emphasis on the evolution of very-large-scale operations.

a place in agricultural extension history when, inPresident D.H. Hill signed the first Memorandum of Understanding between a Land-Grant College and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to work cooperatively “to improve and aid agriculture.” Today, on the 85th anniversary of.

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District agent Lee Gould and A. Neale of the agriculture extension department spoke on the circuit. 'Another demonstration train is being scheduled for west Kansas. This time the Kansas State Agricultural College and the Santa Fe railroad are cooperating in running a silage and livestock special over the Santa Fe lines in southwest Kansas.

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COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE FIELD OPERATIONS, SERIES 33 11 Inventory Box Title 1 4-H Report; Home Demonstration reports for Charleston County 1 Annual Report 1 Monthly Reports J. Carbery, A. DuRant, R. Farmer, E.

Hall, F. Harkey, D. Introduction. The Elsie Carper Collection on Extension Service, Home Economics, and 4-H spans almost nine decades from through Elsie Carper compiled and preserved the history of home demonstration and 4-H during her four decades as an administrative assistant for the national 4-H program and nearly two decades as an historian during her retirement.

Land Grant & Sea Grant: The Smith-Lever Act. Established inCooperative Extension was designed as a partnership of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the land-grant universities, which were authorized by the Federal Morrill Acts of and Nebraska Blue Book.

Nebraska Legislative Reference Bureau. Report on Agricultural Experiment Stations and Co-operative Agricultural Extension Work in the United States.

United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. Reports of the Board of Regents, University of Nebraska. The University of Nebraska, In JanuaryJohn Bartee donated this collection of Montgomery County Agricultural Extension documents to the Montgomery County Archives.

Under the Smith-Lever Act ofthe United States Department of Agriculture and the University of Tennessee College of Agriculture set up home demonstration and agricultural extension services throughout. Data on Test Demonstration Farms for Census Anhydrous Ammonia, Cost of Production.

Soil & Water Losses. Hungry Plants & Hungry People Soil Fertility & trace Elements Farm Failures due to Lack of Records Test-Demonstration Operations Work Plans. Box Land & People MSS. Omaha Talk, Mss. Appropriations for cooperative agricultural extension work: hearing before the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, First session, on S.a bill to repeal certain acts relating to cooperative agricultural extension work and to amend the Smith-Lever Act of May 8,to provide for.

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By this time the Agricultural Extension Service of the University had begun to receive some money from the Federal government for carrying on its work. The report of Mr.

Pugsley, director of the service, showed that there had been received from the United States Department of Agriculture $11, in (“The Value of Demonstration Tours”, by F. Lane,19th Biennial Report of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture) Inthe Smith-Lever Act would change the organization and composition of Kansas agricultural services.

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Section 2 reads Sec. which established federal support for the Extension Services said in part "Cooperative Agricultural Extension work shall con-sist of the giving of instruction and practical demonstrations in agriculture and home economics."1 "After over half a century of cooperative Extension work, the result demonstration .The Thomas Buie Morris Papers,contains the book, Stories of a Country Boy, Morris's included are newspaper clippings, publications by North Carolina State University and the extension service pertaining to poultry, correspondence relating to Poultry Science Extension, speeches, photographs, poultry calendars made by poultry extension specialists, publications.

A color demonstration of eight years in the clothing project was also given in the hall [W]e were off again to the home of Mrs.

L.C. Scarlett. This was a beautiful farm home but had been remodeled and with the aid of the Agricultural Extension Service as a guide had help select new furnishing and furniture.

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