home, foods, home produced foods, home economics department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Every homemaker is interested in feeding her family perfectly prepared foods because it means a happier family life. Having developed a certain skill, she is anxious to test it out against that of her neighbors in community, county, state, and even national contests. There are also those who must earn money through the sale of home-produced foods. If they are to receive the highest prices they must always offer high quality products. The suggestions in this circular should prove of value to homemakers in meeting these situations.
Wilder, Susan Z.; Weisner, O. J.; and Shanley, Clarence, "Standards for Home Produced Foods" (1936). SDSU Extension Circulars. 357.