Iowa Farm Science: Volume 5, Issue 4
Buying a home freezer can be something like building a boat in your basement. It's best to know exactly what you want before you buy.
Some Iowa farmers have soft corn this year. No doubt some of you will use artificial drying, but most of you probably won't.
Freezing is now a favorite way to preserve surplus food for future use. It's the simplest and easiest method and especially well-adapted to processing small quantities. Many frozen foods retain most of the original quality of garden freshness. That appeals both to the eye and to the appetite.
Increased military spending growing out of the Korean war gives an additional push to an already strong business situation. It places an effective floor under business during the next few years-even though psychological forces make the outlook for the immediate months ahead uncertain.