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Requirements and costs for picking, snapping and sledding cotton in Western Texas and Oklahoma

Albert P. Brodell

Requirements and costs for picking, snapping and sledding cotton in Western Texas and Oklahoma

a preliminary report

by Albert P. Brodell

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Published in Washington .
Written in English


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StatementBy Albert P. Brodell and Martin Reese Cooper. U.S. Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics in cooperation with the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College and the Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College
ContributionsCooper, M. R. (Martin Reese), b. 1887, Oklahoma A & M College, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics
The Physical Object
Pagination7 S.
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Open LibraryOL25581285M
OCLC/WorldCa249883438

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Requirements and costs for picking, snapping and sledding cotton in Western Texas and Oklahoma by Albert P. Brodell Download PDF EPUB FB2

REQUIREMENTS AND COSTS FOR PICKING, SNAPPING AND SLEDDING COTTON IN WESTERN TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA 1/ by A. BRODELL Assistant Agricultural Economist and M. Cooper Agricultural Economist Picking by hand has always been the universal method of harvesting cotton.

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