Annual report of the Bayfield County Agricultural Agent Washburn, Wisconsin: 1940
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BAYFIELD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT The following program of work for Bayfield County was adopts by the County Agricultural Committee for 1940 on November 1, 1939. Phase of Work Goals COUNTY FORESTS LIVESTOCK IMPROVEMENT - LAND CLEARING PROJECT - 4-H CLUB & HOME ECONOMICS - AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION - OTHER PROJECTS Administer County Forests as directed by County Forestry Ordinance under the direction of the County Forestry Committee and in cooperation with the Wisconsin Conservation Department. Continue work in farm sheep projects and farm poultry projects. Bot's control program. Encourage use of high producing dairy sires. Direct clearing of additional lands of agricultural quality on the well located farm lands in the County. Administer land-clearing program. Enrollment 300. Achievement 70%. Hold series of Leaders' Conferences. Club Camp. Achievement Days. 4-H Rally Day. Goal 450 Homemakers. Projects as selected by Homemaker Clubs in cooperation with State Department of Home Economics. Emphasize soil testing manage- ment, liming, fertilization, develop- ment of new seedings, and farm wood- lot improvement under the AAA Program. Grasshopper control if needed. Personal service. County Fair. Other work as needed or directed by County Agricultural Committee.
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