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Hurley, R. V.; Clark, J. W.; Blodau, Violet V. / County and home agents' report--1942 [Dane County, Wisconsin]
(1942)

To the board of supervisors of Dane County,   p. 1 PDF (329.5 KB)


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           TO TIM BOM   07 5IMRYIOM     07 DANZ COUITY
           Gentlmenm
                 In presenting this annual report to yo     o
           you bear in mind that the activities of the
           Agent's office are many and varied.  Dane Co
           of 1237 square miles, with a population of   3
           families working about 750,000 acres of crop
           possible to show in a brief report all the a
           agents office has been of assistance to the
           this county.
                 Problems arising from the war have nec
            activities of this office.   We are asked to
            affect rural people.  This will explain our
            War Board and the various service activitie
            organizations.  In addition we must maintai
            our program which contribute to greater farm
            our Agricultural Oommittee.
                 Each year requests for the service of
            Realizing the impossibility of meeting all
            people personally, your county agents have
            possible through organized farmer and homem
            stock, clothing and foods demonstrations, o
            and group conferences.
A                Problems incident to the war bring new
            glad to meet these requests with whatever i
            have to offer.
,'~OTI   O     X07 SMt OM     X7 EmM OO
         Gentlemant
              In presenting this Annual report to your Honorable Body# we
ask that
         you bear in mind that the activities of the County Agricultural
and Rome
         Agent's office are many and varied. Dane County is large; It has
an &rea
         of 1237 square miles, with a population of 130,660 people, 6,200
farm
         families working about 750,000 sores Of crop lands Therefore it
in imp,
         possible to show in a brief report all the ways in which the county
         agentel office has been of assistance to the agricultural Interests
Of
         this county,
              Problems arising from the war have necessitated changes in
some
         aotivities Of this office. We are asked to help with programs which
         affect rural people.  This will explain our close tie up with the
  .,.
         War Board and the various service activities of the Civllian Defense
         organizations* In addition we must maintain all the M jor activities
on
         our program which-contribute to greater farm production, as outlined
by
         our Agricultural Oommittee.
              Bach year requests for the service of this office have increased.
         Realizing the impossibility of meeting all farmers and other interested
         people personally, your county agents have attempted to meet as
many as
         possible through organized farmer and homemakers meetings, crop,
live-
         stock, clothing and foods demonstrations, over the radio, and by
letter
         and group conferences.
 $           ~~~Problems incident to the war bring now requests every day.
We are
         glad to meet these requests with whatever information and service
we
         have to offer.
TO TIM DO= 07 SMW OM 07 DMM OOMMI
Gentlemant
     In presenting this Annual report to your Honorable Body# we ask that
you bear in mind that the activities of the County Agricultural and Rome
Agent's office are many and varied. Dane County is large; It has an area
of 1237 square miles, with a population of 130,660 people, 6,2od farm
families working about 750,000 sores of crop land4 Theretore it in imp,
possible to show in a brief report all the ways in which the county
agentel office has been of assistance to the agricultural Interests of
this county,
     Problems arising from the war have necessitated changes in some
activities of this office. We are asked to help with programs which
affect rural people. This will explain our close tie up with the U*S,,D,,A
War Board and the various service activities of the Civilian Defense
organizations* In addition we must maintain all the Mjor activities on
our program which-contribute to greater farm production, as outlined by
our Agricultural Committee.
     Bach year requests for the service of this office have increased.
Realizing the impossibility of meeting all farmers and other interested
people personally, your county agents have attempted to meet as many as
possible through organized farmer and homemakers meetings, crop, live-
stock, clothing and foods demonstrations over the radio, and by letter
and group conferences.
     Problems incident to the war bring now requests every day. We are
glad to meet these requests with whatever information and service we
have to offer.


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