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Farm labor news
(1945-1947)

Farm labor news. June, 1947,   pp. [1]-6 PDF (2.0 MB)


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 1947
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            are signing up for summer work on farms. Reports from
            counties show that city and school youth volunteers will
            again furnish a substantial proportion of the placements
            made on farms in Wisconsin.
                  Some boys are already on farms working part time.
            Groups of high school boys from Poynette (Columbia county)
            helped in an emergency by setting out cabbage plants for
            farmers.
                 About 75 to 100 boys have been recruited in Pond
            du Lac county as a result of their annual school round-
            up.
                  A survey in Marathon county disclosed that 467
            boys and 102 girls are doing farm work this summer either
            on the farms of their parents, relatives or neighbors.
                  In Washington county farmers are requesting high
            school lads to substitute for hired hands who are hard to
            get. Youth placements for the month of May in this county
            took precedence over every other kind of work.
                  In -au Claire county more high school boys are ask-
            Ing for farm jobs than can be supplied with work, pro-
            bably because of a general slackening of industrial em-
            ployment in that county.
                 The pea crop throughout the state looks good so
CANMNINGW far, with uniform stand and very little water damage.
  33GIV    Early peas are in bloom with indications that canning
JULY 1 to 5 might start about July 1-5.
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