Voskuil, W. C. / Annual report of W. C. Voskuil, county agricultural agent of Grant County, Wisconsin: 1938-1939
Seed certification, p. 19 PDF (218.7 KB)
-19- OFFICE TO REMAIN IN COURT HOUSE The new Post Office recently completed at Lancaster was built to accomodutte the work of the County Agent's Office. This sp:ace was offered to the Extension Service by the Postal Department. The Agricultural Committee. ufter some deliberation decided to retain the office in its oresent loc tion. It was felt that the office could render better service in the central location it now has. COOPERATION WITH FEDERAL AGENCIES The Agent during the year has cooperated to the full- est possible extent vith Federl Agencies working in the County. These were mainly Agricultural Conservation, Rural Electrification, Soil Conservation Service, Farm Security and to some extent the Emergency Agencies. The only connection with any of these agencies has been to aid in the educational work wherever this fitted into the County Agricultural Program. The Agent served as Secretary for the County Agricultural Conservation Committee and the cooperation between them, and this office, has been especially close and mutually helpful. SEED CERTIFICATION There are several growers of purebred oats and barley in Grant County. This seed is put out by the University Exper- iment Station and produced for increase by these growers. The Agent takes care of the field inspection and certification for these men. The certification and inspection of hybrid seed corn grown in the County is carried on separately by men hired by the College.
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