Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, May 1952 - Are Our Farms Getting Too Big?

By: Cunningham, William; Ratigan, William; et al

Price: $129.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


156 pages. Features: Are our farms getting too big?; Less feed, higher profits; Raising pigs on synthetic sow's milk; Big-damn foolishness; Foru Jobs for one fan; You can build this nonstop grain dryer; They've shortened haymaking; Insecticide guide; Outdoor egg factory; Weary Willie (fiction); Gangway for Tomorrow (part 4 of 5). Ads: Simplicity tractor; Seabrook Farms of southern New Jersey, the world's largest vegetable farm and freezing plant, is featured in a Champion spark plug ad; Buick; B.F. Goodrich ad features nice color photos of Garling Farms near Harlingen, Texas with Forrest Garling and daughter Sherry Ann; Oliver combines; International Harvester Farmall Super M and Super C (color photos); Firestone ad features Glenn Stouffer, Leaf Larson, Earl R. Thompson and Richard Pappe; Ferguson '30' tractor; New Holland baler - with photo of A.G. Rolfe of Spring Valley Hereford Farm, Poolesville, MD; Chevrolet; Lee work clothing; Case tractor with 'Eagle Hitch"; John Holtkamp of West Point IA in fence ad; Morton's mineralized salt; Ford truck ad features George Stephens of Douglas AZ and Herb Light of Colusa, CA; Ford Tractor (2 pages); 1952 Pontiac car; Prince Albert pipe tobacco ad with "Moon" Mullican and Harvey Keiper; Ford cars (color); Mohawk carpets (2 pages in color); Noxzema ad with Polly Aaron of Norwalk, CT, Pat Wolcott of NYC and Beverly Bruce of Long Beach, CA; Gillette razor ad with baseballer Gus Zernial; Nice color 7up ad shows dad and kids with case of pop; Nescafe instant coffee; Rexall ad features Amos 'n' Andy; Color Greyhound bus shows lady diver in yellow swimwear; Nice color photo Studebaker ad; Back cover color ad for the Surge tug & pull milker. Average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, May 1952 - Are Our Farms Getting Too Big?

Author Name: Cunningham, William; Ratigan, William; et al

Categories: Agriculture, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 301H2253

Keywords: Country Gentleman Magazine - The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living, May 1952 - Are Our Farms Getting Too Big? Less feed, higher profits; Raising pigs on synthetic sow's milk; Big-damn foolishness; Foru Jobs for one fan; You can build this nonstop grain dryer; They've shortened haymaking; Insecticide guide; Outdoor egg factory; Weary Willie (fiction); Gangway for Tomorrow (part 4 of 5). Ads: Simplicity tractor; Seabrook Farms of southern New Jersey, the world's largest vegetable farm and freezing plant, is featured in a Champion spark plug ad; Buick; B.F. Goodrich ad features nice color photos of Garling Farms near Harlingen, Texas with Forrest Garling and daughter Sherry Ann; Oliver combines; International Harvester Farmall Super M and Super C (color photos); Firestone ad features Glenn Stouffer, Leaf Larson, Earl R. Thompson and Richard Pappe; Ferguson '30' tractor; New Holland baler - with photo of A.G. Rolfe of Spring Valley Hereford Farm, Poolesville, MD; Chevrolet; Lee work clothing; Case tractor with 'Eagle Hitch"; John Holtkamp of West Point IA in fence ad; Morton's mineralized salt; Ford truck ad features George Stephens of Douglas AZ and Herb Light of Colusa, CA; Ford Tractor (2 pages); 1952 Pontiac car; Prince Albert pipe tobacco ad with "Moon" Mullican and Harvey Keiper; Ford cars (color); Mohawk carpets (2 pages in color); Noxzema ad with Polly Aaron of Norwalk, CT, Pat Wolcott of NYC and Beverly Bruce of Long Beach, CA; Gillette razor ad with baseballer Gus Zernial; Nice color 7up ad shows dad and kids with case of pop; Nescafe instant coffee; Rexall ad features Amos 'n' Andy; Color Greyhound bus shows lady diver in yellow swimwear; Nice color photo Studebaker ad; Back cover color ad for the Surge tug & pull Milker,