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Farm Science Reporter: Volume 2, Issue 4

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America Must Learn What to Eat
( 1941-10-01) Eidem, Dorothy ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Leaving your dining table each morning, noon and evening with your hunger satisfied is no sure sign that you are well fed. Not even three bountiful meals a day, wellstocked pantries, and liberal grocery bills indicate that you and your family are eating enough of the right foods necessary for good health.

Farm Science Reporter Vol. 2 No. 4
( 1941-10-01) Extension and Experiment Station Publications
Building New Corn Hybrids
( 1941-10-01) Sprague, G. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Iowa farmers no longer look upon hybrid corn as a new fangled idea that may or may not prove practical. Ten years ago less than 1 acre out of every hundred grown in Iowa was hybrid; in 1941, probably at least 95 acres out of every hundred are hybrid.

Poultrymen Have Milk Problem
( 1941-10-01) Wilcke, H. ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

Many poultrymen and feed manufacturers are facing the question of high priced milk products and sometimes an actual impossibility of getting dried milk to use in their mash mixtures. Often substitutions must be made.

Light Without Switches!
( 1941-10-01) Dieken, Gertrude ; Extension and Experiment Station Publications

If yours is one of the 140,000 Iowa farm homes in which the fuel oil lamp still burns, don't sit by its feeble rays and wait for the years to bring the "high line" past your place... you may ruin your family's eyesight in the interim.