May 1934 mil famine illinois

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May 1934 mil famine illinois - wheat abandonment, due to drought at one...
wheat abandonment, due to drought at one million bushels —roughly $850,000. He noted that the drought conditions are especially acute in northern states. Nevertheless, farmers in Kansas, which grows a fourth or more of the wheat produced in the United States, looked with increasing concern at their blown-out and deadened fields. In many parts no rain had fallen for more than a month. Fear Milk Famine Walter W. McLaughlin, director of the Illinois department of agriculture, foresaw the danger of ,milk famine in many cities of that state unless dairy farmers (Please turn to Page (i, Column 4)

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 31 May 1934, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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  • May 1934 mil famine illinois

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