Publication Date

Fall 1984


Director’s Comments: Over a cup of coffee: that’s the best way to communicate [p] 2
Electric tractor: Choremaster prototype is up and running. Silence one of its virtues [p] 3
Lambing all at once: Visit your vet, talk this over; lambing time can be less hectic [p] 7
Pick-me-quick: Pepper research was last thing on their minds when they came to SDSU [p] 10
In-field soil test: At planning time you have better things to do than watch mailbox [p] 13
Blue milk: Yes, we can treat mastitis, but when, for sure, is antibiotic milked out? [p] 15
Row spacing: Which windbreak stops snow better-one that is open or one that is tight [p] 17
Feed antibiotics: In the news “expect news from congress; an FDA report coming also [p] 22
Feed antibiotics: SDSU report “Guidelines stay the same: be sensible in their use [p] 22
97th annual report [p] 25


Mary Brashier


Duane Hanson


Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University



South Dakota Farm and Home Research

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