Iowa Farm Science: Volume 20, Issue 2
This popular Iowa bird is prevalent in southwest Iowa but makes its home in towns and the country everywhere. Buildings its nest primarily in conifer trees, the tiny dove hatches from three to four broods a year.
Two new oil seeds, Crambe abyssinica and Veronia anthelmintica, and two new fiber plants, Kenaf and sorghum, may offer clues of plants that could fill some part of the extra acreage available for crop production.
The 1965 fall price outlook for hogs continues to be favorable. Hog prices this fall should average $2 to $3 above a year ago. This should but Interior Iowa prices in the $18 to $20 price range.
Sampling of ISU students shows 35 percent regard themselves as Independents, 33 percent Republicans, 31 percent Democrats. Parental affiliation and class background are important influences.