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Extent: 1.0 Folders. More info below.
Forms of Material: Articles
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSF 147, Arthur Goss Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Principles of Stock Feeding and Some New Mexico Feeding Stuffs, Goss, Arthur, New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 17, December, 1895, pp. 23-54. Las Cruces, New Mexico: Allen Kelly.
Saving And Reinforcing Manure, Goss, Arthur; Conner, S. D. (no publication information noted).
Commercial Fertilizers, Goss, Arthur; Jones, W. J. Special Bulletin, April, 1904, pp. 1-44.Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University (Authors).
Qualitative Separation and Identification of Bases, Goss, A. No publication information noted, appears to be a lab manual - "The purpose of this pamphlet is to furnish a set of Working Directions by which the student of Qualitative Analysis will be able to readily separate and identify the ordinary basic elements."
The Feeding Stuff Control Law, Goss, Arthur; Jones, W. J., Jr. Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station, Circular No. 6, April, 1907. Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University.
Additional Information Concerning the Feeding Stuff Control Law, Goss, Arthur; Jones, W. J. Jr. Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station, Circular No. 7, April, 1907. Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University.
Feed Control Law, Goss, Arthur. Reprinted from the Indiana State Dairy Association 18th Annual Report, 1908, pp. 38-50.
Tariff--Its Relation To Agriculture: The Mcnary-Haugen Bill and Its Part in the Cost of Food, Goss, Arthur. Reprinted from The Hoosier Farmer, February 1, 1927, pp. 3-4, 15.