Iowa Farm Science: Volume 21, Issue 7
Advances in chemical control and farming procedures will let you win the battle agaisnt the "bugs," but many questions concerning these measures need to be answered for you.
If you expect to make a profit at custom field work, you have to consider all the variables. Many things work to make your job harder and must be considered when you set charges for your services.
With more factors controlled and with greater knowledge about weather conditions, predicting yield levels on a statewide bases becomes more reliable. It seems that corn, soybeans,sorghum, and hay yields may be lower in 1967.
More seeds are available in 1967. Prices will vary - some higher, some lower than last year. Many new varieties are adaptable to specific areas and for special needs.