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The 1931 county agent's report on the progress of Grant County's agricultural program, Nov. 1, 1930 to Nov. 1, 1931

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Keenan, J. B.
The 1931 county agent's report on the progress of Grant County's agricultural program, Nov. 1, 1930 to Nov. 1, 1931
[S.l.]: [s.n.], [1931]
19 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] The 1931 county agent's report on the progress of Grant County's agricultural program: Nov. 1, 1930 to Nov. 1, 1931, p. [1]

Index, pp. 2-3

[Introduction], p. 4

Results of second year of the county-wide noxious weed campaign, p. 5

Cost of handling reduced, p. 5

Meetings and demonstrations held to put over campaign, p. 5

$2400 saved by cooperative distribution, p. 5

Map on sodium chlorate, p. 6

Other steps in weed control program, p. 7

4-H club work brings honor to Grant County, pp. 7-8

500 homes reached with 4-H club work, p. 8

Every one interested in club work, p. 8

Club work depends on county leadership, p. 8

32 townships reached by 4-H club work, p. 9

Money saved by better soil management, p. 9

Alfalfa meets our needs, p. 9

Limestone cost reduced due to work, p. 9

Map of 4-H club work, p. 10

4-H clubs and leaders in Grant County, pp. 11-12

Test saves losses, p. 13

Demonstration plots valuable, p. 13

$1000 saved southern Grant County farmers, p. 13

Showing brings profit to owners, p. 13

Good management cuts cost of production, p. 14

Grant County flock wins recognition, p. 14

$2.00 per minute made by meeting market demands, p. 14

County agent assists in distribution of home grown seeds, p. 15

Grant County's reputation maintained by corn growers, p. 15

First county show held, p. 15

Meeting the pasture emergency, p. 16

Meeting the hay problem for 1932, p. 16

New practice demonstrated, p. 17

16 townships have demonstrational terraces, p. 17

Cooperatives are helped, p. 17

Two carloads of wool pooled, p. 17

Map on terracing, p. 18

Shipping associations, p. 19

Nine cooperative creameries come together, p. 19

Report from November 1, 1930 to November 1, 1931, p. 19


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