Iowa Farm Science: Volume 11, Issue 6
Cattle feeders in the 13 main feeding states had 1 percent more cattle on feed Oct. 1, 1956, than a year earlier. This compares with 8 percent fewer on feed on July 1 of last year.
These sections, appearing monthly, are designed to keep you informed on what your agricultural experiment station is doing and to give you the results of current farm and home research from Iowa State College.
For some pork cuts, such as a center-cut chops, consumers may not care whether they're from a meat-type or fat hog - so long as the excess fat is trimmed. Who pays for that excess fat? Could it be the producer through lower prices and using feeds to produce fat that might just as well produce more meat?
Parents may not be so bad, after all, according to the answers of 730 boys and girls asked about some of their ideas about their parents. But the answers point to some possible weak spots from the youngsters' point of view.