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Iowa Farm Science: Volume 3, Issue 6

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Do Home Freezers Pay?
( 1948-12-01) Nelson, Paul ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Farm people for generations have used winter's freezing temperatures to help store their butchered beef and pork. More recently, sub-zero storage has been used the year round-in freezer lockers.

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There'll Be More "New Oats"
( 1948-12-01) Murphy, H. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Iowa farmers have changed oat varieties twice since 1941. Our chart illustrates the change- the rise and the decline of Boone, Tama and other Victoria strains, then the sharp swing to Clinton since 1945.

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Fur On Your Farm
( 1948-12-01) Moorman, Robert ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Most farm boys know the fun of trapping and the money it brings in. Some adults, too, make trapping a seasonal part of their year's work. All told- the harvest of furs along our streams, marshes, and drainage ditches is a valuable one.

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Iowa Farm Science Vol. 3, No. 6
( 1948-12-01) Extension and Experiment Station Publications
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The Family Outlook for 1949
( 1948-12-01) Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Farm incomes in the year ahead aren't likely to change much over last year. Some farms will make more money; some just about the same. It looks as if we'll have continued high production on farms, with strong demand for farm products.

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