Iowa Farm Science: Volume 8, Issue 12
People depend on exterior paints to protect millions of dollars' worth of property. Yet, few commodties sold on the market today are selected and bought with as little understanding and knowledge as is a can of paint.
Iowans harvest and feed large amounts of hay each year. Between 1940 and 1950, an average of 3 1/2 million acres of hay were harvested in Iowa each year. The average annual yield of all hay harvested during this same period was nearly 5 1/2 million tons. What happens to this hay?
Two homemakers approach the check-out counter at the local food market with well-laden carts. The types of food they've selected are similar in many ways. Yet one homemaker has selected more nourishing food for her family at less cost.
This is the first of two sections to be published in Iowa Farm Science reporting on the activities of your Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics. Featured this month: activities in "family, home, community and youth" work.
The bulk-tank cooling system offers so many advatages so many advantages is quality and efficiency that its eventual adoption for market milk appears certain. However, the problem of the small producer still remains unsolved.