Iowa Farm Science: Volume 8, Issue 11
Business began to soften during the middle of last year. This was the first downturn-except for the 1949 recession- since the late 1930's.
Last summer, you heard several tornado forecasts on your radio. And quite often tornadoes occurred in the areas described by the forecasts. You've started hearing these forecasts again now- but we hope not often.
Thousands of Iowa farmers use grass or corn silage as feed for cattle. Under present feeding practices, this calls for many hours of labor; this can be practically by the use of self-feeding silos.
On what basis do you make clothing purchases for your family? Your ready answer might be, "need, cost, appearance, quality." These are the usual over-the-counter considerations, though there may be others which influence your decisions. In the light of these, however, you cast your vote in favor of one commodity or another.