Iowa Farm Science: Volume 12, Issue 6
Two 1957 surveys help answer this question. In one, Iowa people rated how well their communities are soing in certain areas of community action. In another, school superintendents looked at teamwork being done.
As hog producers spread out farrowings over the year, interest is increasing inmethods of heating central farrowing houses. Some methods have been sucessful, while others haven't. Here are some of the factors to consider.
Are you exhausted after helping with dinners at the church? Here are some ideas which may help make the work easier- for you and the other members of your churhc who prepare meals or refreshments in the church kitchen. Arrangement of the kitchen, equipment available, work organization, work methods and menus can all make a big difference.
These monthly sections are to keep you informed on what your agricultural and home economics experiment station is doing and to give you the results of current farm and home research from Iowa State College.
Business activity was maintained near record levels during the summer. But with residential construction showing a continued 2-year downswing, some pick-up in inventories, a slow-down in business investment in new factories and factory equpiment, and a decline in backlog of new business orders, many people have become fearful about the future.