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Dairying in Wisconsin and its possibilities in Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma: being a report of a four days tour of the "Land of Milk and Money" by a special train load of representatives from Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, over C. M. and St. P. Railway, composed of 135 bankers, farmers, county agents, editors, college representatives, business men and others, during the week of July 6 to 11, 1924

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Dairying in Wisconsin and its possibilities in Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma: being a report of a four days tour of the "Land of Milk and Money" by a special train load of representatives from Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, over C. M. and St. P. Railway, composed of 135 bankers, farmers, county agents, editors, college representatives, business men and others, during the week of July 6 to 11, 1924
Kansas City, Missouri: Good Roads Association of Greater Kansas City, [1924?]
61 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Dairying in Wisconsin and its possibilities in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma

Statement by committee, Bradley, J. T., et al.

[Title page] Dairying in Wisconsin and its possibilities in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, pp. [1]-[2]

Report of committee on resolutions, pp. 3-6

27,000 miles of hard roads, pp. 7-8

Bankers Ass'n is urged to help dairymen, pp. 8-9

Oklahomans urge more dairying, p. 10

Cooperation, Bradley, James T. pp. 11-12

Boys and Girls Calf Clubs, p. 12

Banking and dairying, pp. 13-14

History of the dairy industry in Wisconsin, p. 15

Silos indispensable, p. 16

Importance of bulls and breeding, p. 17

Progress of Wisconsin's cow testing ass'n, Cramer, A. J. pp. 18-19

Does cow testing pay?, p. 20

Regarding markets for milk, p. 21

Farm equipment, p. 22

The pioneer dairy organization, Burchard, Paul F. p. 23

Great good to result from the tour, pp. 24-29

Payday every day, p. 29

How to build up a dairy herd, pp. 30-31

A successful preacher-farmer, pp. 32-33

Rotation of crops, pp. 34-35

Value of cow testing, pp. 36-37

Does continued testing pay?, pp. 37-38

Summary of herds, p. 38

What diversification means, pp. 39-40

Poor cows and surplus milk, p. 40

Money incomes: what Wisconsin farmers are doing in dairying, Jeffords, T. M. pp. 41-44

Wisconsin's big corn yield, pp. 45-46

The wheat situation--world's crop 1923, pp. 47-49

Milk vs grain crops, p. 50

Dairying wins in Kansas County, p. 51

Makes money milking cows, p. 52

A Kansas bank sets fine example, pp. 53-54

Borden condensery built at Fort Scott, Kans. in 1918, p. 55

Wisconsin men who entertained us, pp. 56-57

Influence of tour far reaching, Scott, Estel pp. 58-59

Wisconsin pride 2nd, pp. 60-61 ff.

Small farm yields $155 per acre

Orld's [World's] greatest milch cow


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