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EC98-826 1998 Nebraska Farm Custom Rates - Part II

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EC98-883 Crop and Livestock Prices for Nebraska Producers, Allen C. Wellman

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EC98-893 Corn Basis Patterns from Selected Sites in Nebraska

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EC98-898 Wheat Basis Patterns from Selected Sites in Nebraska

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EC98-899 Sorghum Basis Patterns from Selected Sites in Nebraska

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EC9901 Meat Cookery and Meat Dishes, Florence J. Atwood

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EC9902 Food Needs at Low Cost, Florence J. Atwood

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EC9903 Variety in Vegetables, Leona S. Davis

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EC9905 Home Canning

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EC9906 Methods of Drying Food Products

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EC9907 Revised 1947 Family Canning, Freezing and Storing Budget

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EC9907 Suggested Vegetable Budget, Florence J. Atwood

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EC9908 One Dish Meals, Matilda K. Peters and Louise L. Leaton

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EC9909 Food Guide

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EC990 The School Lunch

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EC99-106 Nebraska Grain Sorghum Hybrid Tests, 1999, Lenis A. Nelson, Roger W. Elmore, Robert N. Klein, and David D. Baltensperger

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EC99-107 Nebraska Proso, Sunflower, Bean, Pea, Oat and Spring Wheat Variety Tests, 1999, David D. Baltensperger, Glen E. Frickel, Robert N. Klein, James Krall, Randy Anderson, James Hain, Clair Stymiest, Jerry Nachtman, Lenis A. Nelson, and P. Stephen Baenziger

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EC9910 Satisfying Meals, Florence J. Atwood

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EC9911 Suggestions for the Lunch Box

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EC9912 A Distinction without a Difference

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EC9912 Revised 1947

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EC9913 Potato Savers

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EC9914 The Making of Pork Sausage and Use of Meat Sundries

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EC99-1563 Corn Rootworm Management, Robert J. Wright, Lance J. Meinke, and Keith J. Jarvi

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EC9915 Canning Meats and Chicken

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EC9916 Substitutes for Crackers

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EC9917 Dry and Liquid Yeasts

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EC99-1877 Damping Off, Root Rots, and Vascular Disorders of Soybean, Loren J. Giesler

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EC9918 Company Dinners, Mabel Doremus

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EC9919 Candies Old and New, Mabel Doremus

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EC9919 Revised 1950 Candies ... Old and New, Mabel Doremus

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EC9919 Revised 1957 Candies...Old & New, Ethel Diedrichsen

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EC991 Revised 1931 Christmas Sweets

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EC9920 Home Preservation by Freezing, Leona S. Davis

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EC9920 Revised 1940 Home Preservation by Freezing

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EC9920 Sup Preparation, Storage and Use of Frozen Foods

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EC99-219 1999 Nebraska Swine Report, Duane Reese

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EC9921 Table Favors and Place Cards

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EC9922 Turkey -- A Family Favorite

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EC9923 Corn Meal Recipes

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EC9924 The Story of Home Canning, Carol Clark Theim

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EC9925 Revised 1939 General Canning Directions

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EC9927 Revised 1939 Canning Non-Acid Vegetables

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EC9928 Canning Meat

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EC9929 Canning Chicken

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EC992 Signs of Health in Childhood

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EC9930 The Carving of Fowl and Meat

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EC9931 Grain Sorghum Recipes

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EC9932 A Yearly Food Production Plan for Nebraska Farm Families

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EC9933 Nebraska's Wild Greens

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EC9934 Cheese Making in the Home

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EC9935 Making Soft Cheeses in the Home

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EC9936 Making Cheddar Cheese in the Home

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EC9937 Use of Cheese in the Diet

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EC9940 Home Made Bread and Rolls, Mabel Doremus

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EC9942 Canning Question Box

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EC9942 Revised 1944 Helps for Home Canning

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EC9943 Healthful Lunches for Home and School, Mabel Doremus

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EC99-455 Starting An Investment Club, Leanne Manning and Kathleen Prochaska-Cue

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EC9945 Using Dried Fruits

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EC9946 Lard Cookery

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EC9947 An Egg a Day for Health and Cooking Magic

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EC9950 Ways to Save Sugar when you "Put Up" Fruit

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EC9952 A Canny Canner Check-Up

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EC9953 Store Window Display

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EC9955 Meat Alternatives

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EC9956 Homemade Candy Using Little or no Sugar

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EC9957 Variety Meats

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EC9958 Making the Most of our Meat Supply

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EC9959 Food on the Home Front

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EC995 Lest We Forget

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EC9960 Making Sirup from Sugar Beets

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EC9961 Pepping Up War Time Meals, Mabel Doremus and Mary E. Runnalls

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EC9962 Christmas Cookies

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EC9963 Soybeans as a Food, May Stanek

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EC9964 Drying Fruits and Vegetables, Mabel Doremus

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EC9965 Food Preservation by Freezing, Mabel Doremus

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EC9965 Revised 1945 Food Preservation by Freezing, Mabel Doremus and May Stanek

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EC9965 Revised 1948 Food Preservation by Freezing, Mabel Doremus

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EC9966 Food for the Sick and Convalescent in the Home

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EC9967 Freezing Eggs, Matilda Peters

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EC9969 Foods Rich in Minerals and Vitamins for Nebraskans

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EC996 Health Brings Happiness

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EC9970 The Whole Meal Salad, May Stanek

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EC9971 Sweetening with Less Sugar

EC9972 Clean, Cold Milk, Mabel Doremus and C. W. Nibler

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EC9973 Milk in Your Meals, Mabel Doremus

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EC9974 Potatoes Preferred, Mabel Doremus

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EC9975 Breakfast -- A Family Affair, May Stanek

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EC9976 Breakfast -- A Family Affair Part II How to Cook Cereals and Eggs, May Stanek

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EC9977 Leafy Green and Yellow Vegetables

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EC9978 Tomato Tips

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EC99-794 On-Farm Storage of Dry Edible Beans: A Survey of Nebraka Growers and Storage Guidelines, Thomas L. Holman and John A. Smith

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EC9979 Freezing Cooked and Prepared Foods

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EC9979 Revised 1954

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EC997 The Hot Pack Method for Canning

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EC9980 Your Day's Meals from Sunrise to Sunset, Mabel Doremus

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EC9981 Calories from Some Everyday Foods

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EC9981 Revised 1954 Calories from Some Everyday Foods

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EC99-827 Preparing a Tenant Business Prospectus, H. Douglas Jose, John Hanson, and Bruce Johnson