ncreasing demands for meat, milk, fats, cereals, and oils make it essential that South Dakota farmers adjust their individual programs to achieve maximum production. This increased production may be brought about by a fuller utilization of crop land and land otherwise left idle, by shifting from low to high nutrient production crops, by adjusting livestock feeding practices for a more efficient use of feed and by the adoption of other improved farm management practices.
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Hoglund, C.R., "Farm Management Aspects of Agricultural War Production in South Dakota" (1943). Agricultural Experiment Station Agricultural Economics Pamphlets. 46.