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This is the third of a series of three bulletins summarizing the information presented and discussed during the Division of Agriculture’s Agricultural Adjustment Seminar. Part I dealt with the current situation, its background and causes. Part II considered the prospects immediately ahead for agriculture and outlined some of the types of adjustments needed if agriculture is to share fully in the fruits of its own progress and growth and that of the national economy. Part III presents the opportunities for programs and activities that appear to have the greatest promise for bringing balance to the farming industry.
Iowa State College. Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station
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Cooperative Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics, Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station, and Center for Agricultural Adjustment cooperating, "A basebook for agricultural adjustment in Iowa: Part III--the opportunities" (1957). Special Report. 20.