Iowa Farm Science: Volume 1, Issue 5
It is Sunday morning in Exira, Iowa. The three churches in this active trade center of south central Audubon County are getting ready to hold their regular Sunday services.
For nearly 20 years turkey production has been climbing, but the industry has had plenty of ups and downs, and it still faces several uncertainties.
The next 12 months hold prospects for a strong demand for far products... plentiful feed supplies priced relatively favorably for feeding... somewhat smaller meat, dairy, and egg production. Prices of farm products may have hit their high point of the war period. But they will remain generally favorable in 1942. Prices of many things farmers buy for the house and the farm will rise. The big uncertainty is whether the current vigorous postwar boom will be followed by a break and when it will come.
Many farmers apparently have a misconception about the difference between mammoth and medium red clover.