Richard Dailey of Flandreau, director
to the Ruff Heads Area Crop Association WliSSINGTON SPRINGS-John Ruff, of Huron and Miller, was elected chairman of the Soulh Dakola Crop Improvement As- sociation Central District here Tuesday. The seed producers discussed grower agreements, prices, new crop releases, proposed legis- lation and crop production, re- ported Richard Fadgen, Beadle County agent, who was acting secretary for the meeting. Orval Collins, Huron, repre- senting the feed industry, dis- cussed contract seed production: Richard Dailey, Flandreau, a director of the state association. reviewed matters which will be considered by the Slate Legis- lature including research and development funds for South Dakota State University; and Lloyd Wilson, . district extension supervisor, talked on weed con- trol and crop management he said, carries a potential in- crease in net income for South Dakota farmers of 588. million year -- $1,700 for each farmer if good management practices vere followed on all grain-pro- ducing farms. The district association com- mended the Sanborn County as- sociation for their sorghum test )lot and discussed the State Fair looth and grain exhibits. The state meeting and crop show be March 1 at Brookings.