Iowa Farm Science: Volume 7, Issue 2
Thousands of dollars are lost annually, in addition to a number of human lives, because of rabies- a disease that we actually could control much better. Here are some of the things you should know.
Average net income on 988 Iowa farms dropped from $11,360 in 1950 to $8,958 in 1951. This was a 21 percent drop. And why the decline? Increased feed costs without a corresponding rise in livestock prices, lower crop yields and higher operating costs.
In last month's article we found that some major agricultural adjustments in Iowa would be needed to acheive the maximum sustained crop production estimated by the Iowa Productive Capacity Committee.
Of all the equipment about your house, perhaps none is more personally yours than your sewing machine. Usually it's a once-in-a-lifetime buy. It's an expensive piece of equipment- thoughnot so expensive as some of the other items of household equipments you purchase.