grain crops, hogs, maturing, agriculture, agriculture department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
A feed shortage for hogs, mainly of corn, is a present problem of real importance to most South Dakota farmers. Even with those farmers who have plenty of corn the present an advancing market for corn is likely to take most of it to market. All of this means that any crop which will help to supply cheap feed for hogs until the 1925 corn crop is ready to harvest, will tend to give hog growers more of a chance to make a profit.
Kumlien, W.F., "Early Maturing Grain Crops for Hogs" (1925). SDSU Extension Circulars. 219.