Florence, E. H. / Annual report of the Trempealeau County agricultural agent
Dairy programs PDF (2.8 MB)
MyV !ISI ASSOCIATICO The four associations StrumnlLevaq, Udtodall-Indspendeme, Aroadia-Ittriokg and Galesyille are in operation as strong as ever, In fact total membership has increased.. The fleldmen for these associations aid the members in finding which cows are the most profitable and also aid them in other herd management problems. These herds serve as founwda- tion stock for other hords in the County. The tosters and thoir associations are as follows: 3d Andorson - Uiitdiall-Independeice Hilary Ealama Gelesville Lyle Amborg - Arcadla-Ettrick rrnest Marsolok - Strum-Eleva LOOATIC 0O Mo MMS OOUXTY-WIDD T!STING Plans are under way to organize a county-wide testing program. This may not take placo this coming year., Under such a sot-up the testing is done in a central laboratory, and the regular testers act as fieldmon for those tak- ing their own samples. Such an organ- ization results in more animals being tested by the same personnel and at a lower cost per animal than the present system. Those wishing to continue of- ficial testing may do soo This program would be logical after an artificial insemination program i8 in operation. Both will work very satis- factorily together, oach being a part of improving cattle in the county. DeR.I.A. SIGNS Signs were socurod, mado of steelp 18" x 2-f1, some of which have already been distributed. These slgas, indicat- ing the farmer is a DHI.I.A. member, are being placed on a building or at the roadside. They are a good form of adver- ti sing"
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