Iowa Farm Science: Volume 4, Issue 11
American eating habits aren't the same as they used to be. We eat foods today that Grandma never would have dreamed of.
Last fall, we pointed out that the outlook indicated steady good times during the first part of the year-with some easing possibly showing up in the latter part of 1950. But no sharp drop seemed imminent. We believe that outlook still holds in general.
Not all cows react in the same manner. Other feeds give cheaper production. There's evidence that it may impair health and breeding efficiencies.
Proper care of your woolens now will prevent costly moth damage later in the year.