Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The collection of correspondence related to animal pathology includes files on hogs, cattle, horses, and other topics. Two boxes of materials focus on hog cholera in 1917-1918.
The Block and Bridle Club records contain annual publications, award banquet programs, newspaper articles, memos, an event poster and ticket, and photographs of club members, Nebraska Big Red Beef Progress show, cattle exhibitions, and other events.
The Charles Adams, Animal Science Papers include materials on the history of the Department of Animal Science, University of Nebraska livestock and meat judging teams, animal science course syllabi and lectures, livestock experiments and data, conference materials, publications, newspaper articles, and the Department of Animal Science photograph file.
The Conrad Kohrs, Autobiography documents his experience as a Montana pioneer and cattle rancher.
Materials from the University of Nebraska 18th Annual Bull Sale.
Management Guide for Arthropod Pests of Livestock and Horses, Management of Swine and Cattle Records
Management Guide for Arthropod Pests of Livestock and Horses.
Medical management materials from Management of Swine and Cattle Records.
Nutrition in beef cows materials from the Management of Swine and Cattle Records.
Animal Science, Publications consists of historic articles, research bulletins, and other publications collected by the Department of Animal Science for use as a library reference file. The library was stored in a file cabinet and its subject headings and arrangement are original. Items within each subject were arranged by publication date for ease of access.
The R.B. Warren, Animal Science Papers consists of membership rosters, competition scores, and team photographs of the University of Nebraska Livestock Judging Teams from 1909-1995. The papers contain glass slides and negatives of animal husbandry presentations on horses and livestock temperature. Significant materials include a unique 1883 tintype of cow, known as Nellie Hopewell, sweepstake winner of the Danville, Illinois Fair.