Recording Date: 1973-10-16
Speaker at the South Dakota Farmers Union convention talking about the agricultural depression and the importance of co-ops. He continues to talk about farmers gaining more political influence as well as cooperatives and farming organizations working with those overseas in order to get the fuel and energy that farmers need. James McHale, Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary, talks about how he has been trying to revitalize the rural parts and farms in Pennsylvania. He also discusses the importance of co-ops and what steps need to be taken to restore the confidence in the government.
South Dakota Farmers Union -- Congresses and conventions
Agriculture -- South Dakota -- Societies, etc.; Agriculture, Cooperative -- South Dakota
Huron (South Dakota)
Sound Recording - Non-Musical
Open reel audiotapes
South Dakota State University
"South Dakota Farmers Union 1973 Convention" (2020). South Dakota Farmer’s Union Audio Recordings. 70.