poultry, livestock, production, farm management, animal husbandry department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
The biggest service that farmers can give to the nation in war is greater production of meat, milk and eggs. Uncle Sam is calling upon South Dakota farmers for greater production of these products throughout this winter and for next year. In many years of the past, it would not be possible for our state to provide this greater production but now it is different – we now have the greatest feed supply in our history, thanks to the bountifulness of nature last year. To use our vast feed supplies most efficiently- to get the maximum amount of human feed from them-stricter attention to proper winter feeding methods must be given. It will require the utmost cooperation and teamwork between farmers, U. S. Department of Agriculture Neighborhood Leaders, county extension agents and experiment stations to see that not a bit of feed is wasted; that it all goes to make every bit of human food possible.
Cave, R. A.; McDonald, G. A.; Heeren, Richard; and Ryan, John M., "Feed for Milk-Eggs Pork" (1942). SDSU Extension Circulars. 394.