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    • Home Preparation and Preservation of Fruit and Vegetable Juices 

      Pederson, Carl S.; Beattie, H. G. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1942-08)
      Circular No.194, August 1942. This circular describes home processing of fruit and vegetables into juice products. It covers equipment needed, homemade presses, pressing, juicing using appliances, directions for making ...
    • Home Preparation and Preservation of Fruit and Vegetable Juices 

      Pederson, Carl S.; Beattie, H. G. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1943-07)
      Circular No.194, revised and reprinted July 1943. This circular describes home processing of fruit and vegetables into juice products. It covers equipment needed, homemade presses, pressing, juicing using appliances, ...
    • Market Garden Farms, 37 Years of Cost Accounts, 3 Other Farms Analyzed 

      Scoville, G.P. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1950-07)
    • Agricultural Production in New York, 1866-1950 (revised) 

      Bond, M.C. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1952-01)
    • Location of Agricultural Production in New York State 

      Warren, S.W.; Herr, W. McD. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1954-06)
    • Location of Farms by Type, New York, 1959 

      Warren, S.W. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1966-03)
      The 1959 Census counted about 82,000 farms in New York State. Of these, about 57,000 were classified by type. A farm was classified as a particular type if the sales of one product or group of products amounted to 50 percent ...
    • New York Economic Handbook 1969: Agricultural Situation and Outlook 

      C. A. Bratton, G. L. Casler, L. C. Cunningham, B. A. Dominick, O. D. Forker, G. W. Hedlund, R. B. How, K. L. Robinson, R. P. Story, S. W. Warren. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1968-12)
      The U.S.D. A. publishes a "Handbook of Agricultural Charts" each year. This provides reference material pertaining to the nation's agricultural situation and is used by many persons working in the field of agriculture. ...
    • Lewis County 1969: Maple Syrup Study 

      Handy, C.F.; Bratton, C.A. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1969-02)
      New York has long been known for its maple syrup and related maple products. These products are produced only in certain areas of the world. They are' delicacies and are used by most people as a specialty food. For New ...
    • Summaries of State Legislation Dealing With the Preservation of Farmland 

      Friday, Richard E. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1969-10)
      This part is generally descriptive in nature. Its ma.jar purpose is to describe and summarize various state legislative material outside of New York which is concerned with the problem of preserving farmland from urban and ...
    • New York Economic Handbook 1970: Agricultural Situation and Outlook 

      C.A. Bratton, G.L. Casler, G.J. Conneman, B.A. Dominick, W.G. Earle, O.D. Forker, G.W. Hedlund, R.B. How, K.L. Robinson, R.S. Smith, S.F. Smith, R.P. Story, W.G. Tomek, S.W. Warren (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1969-12)
      U.S.D.A. Agriculture Handbook No. 373 entitled ''Handbook of Agricultural Charts 1969" provides current reference material pertaining to the nation's agricultural situation. This handbook is used by many agriculturalists ...
    • Lewis County 1969: Maple Syrup Study 

      Handy, C.F.; Bratton, C.A. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1970-01)
      New York has long been known for its maple syrup and related maple products. These products are produced only in certain areas of the world. They are delicacies and are used by most people as a specialty food. For New York ...
    • New York Farm Business Charts 

      Warren, S.W. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1970-02)
      Farm Business Charts showing the range of experience of New York farmers have been prepared for use in analyzing farm businesses. In preparing these charts all available information on farmers' experiences has been used. ...
    • An Economic Study of Maple Sap and Syrup Production in New York State, 1969 

      Kearl, C.D. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1970-04)
    • New York Economic Handbook 1971: Agricultural Situation and Outlook 

      Bratton, C.A.; Belden, S.A.; Casler, G.L.; Conneman, G.J.; Dominick, B.A.; Earle, W.G.; Hedlund, G.W.; How, R.B.; Padberg, D.I.; Robinson, K. L.; Smith, R.S.; Smith, S.F.; Story, R.P.; Tomek, W.G.; Warren, S.W.; Wasserman, W.C. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1970-12)
      U.S.D.A. Agriculture Handbook No. 397 entitled "1970 Handbook of Agricultural Charts" provides current reference material pertaining to the nation's agricultural situation. This handbook is used by many, agriculturalists ...
    • Mechanical Harvesting of Fruits and Vegetables 

      Shepardson, E.; Markwardt, E.; Millier, W.; Rehkugler, G. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1970-12)
      From the mid to the late 1950's, it became increasingly apparent that the New York State fruit and vegetable industry would have to mechanize more, if not all, operations to remain competitive with other producing areas. ...
    • New York Economic Handbook 1980: Agricultural Situation and Outlook 

      Conneman, G. J.; Cunningham, D. L.; German, G. A.; Hall, B.; Hawkes, G. F.; How, R. B.; Kalter, R. J.; Knoblauch, W. A.; LaDue, E. L.; Novakovic, A. M.; Robinson, K. L.; Smith, S. F.; Story, R. P.; Tauer, L. W.; Wasserman, W. C.; White, G. B. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1970-12)
      U .S .D.A. Agricultural Handbook No. 561 entitled "1979 Handbook of Agricultural Charts" provides current reference material pertaining to the nation's agricultural situation. This Handbook is used by many agriculturalists ...
    • Handling of red tart cherries for processing- a review 

      Downing, D.; Huehn, W.; LaBelle, R. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971-05)
      There appears to be considerable interest now in handling cherries from tree to pitting line exclusively in half-ton pallet tanks in order to reduce rehandling damage to the fruit. The development of this operation has ...
    • Physical treatments of food processing wastewaters 

      Saravacos, G.; Iredale, H. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971-06)
      This report describes some experimental work and results obtained on the physical treatments of food processing wastewaters at the Geneva Food Research Laboratory during the period 1969-1971. Typical wastewaters from ...
    • New Seed Varieties and the Small Farm 

      Mellor, John W. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1972-03)
    • Homemade Fruit Juice Press 

      Downing, Donald L. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-07)
      This is NYSAES Special Report No.8, July 1972 (revised from circular no.194). This 2 page report published by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station covers the construction of a homemade press for the processing ...