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 - THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1951 Cullman County's...
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1951 Cullman County's Production Guides Announced Cullman County is aiming at a of 20,0000 bushels of sorghum, 450,000 bushels of 22,560,000 bushels corn, and A Resolution A Resolution Granting Permission And Authorization For The Incorporation Incorporation Of The Industrial Development Development Board Of The Town Of Garden City And Approving The Form Of Certificate Of Incorporation Incorporation Proposed Therefor WHEREAS, Mrs. L. E. Price, J. H. Shaver, C. T. Reid and Cullman County Vets On The Farm Crop Insurance For Cullman County In 1951 Again the farmers of Cullman are offered insurance for the 1951 cotton crop at a very low cost per acre. , Some 3000 farmers in Cullnv County benefited by having it in 1950. There will be paid to farmers in the county more than $300,000 for losses on their cotton in 1950. Cullman Co, Soil Conservation By F. M. PATTON Soil Conservation Service Now is the best time to plant icricea. However, before it is planted, a ' good, firm seedbed should be prepared. Two weeks ago, W. E. Griffin started getting his land ready certainly no exception. Mr. Hulsey says, "My five of fescue grass and Ladino has already paid for itself times. Last summer I combined pounds of fescue grass seed. not graze this pasture much during the summer as I didn't

Clipped from The Cullman Democrat29 Mar 1951, ThuPage 7

The Cullman Democrat (Cullman, Alabama)29 Mar 1951, ThuPage 7
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