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DeForest Thompson & His Highly Rated Cow, May 1941 Photographer: Eck Stanger

DeForest Thompson & His Highly Rated Cow, May 1941 image
Year:
1941
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1941
Caption:
REAL PRODUCER: Worden Alice Ruby Starlight, the three-year-old purebred Holstein shown above with a wary eye on the cameraman, has just received the official classification, "very good," from the Holstein-Friesian Association of America. An individual in the herd owned by DeForest B. Thompson, Washtenaw dairyman whose farm home is one mile east of Worden, the cow received next to the highest rating possible under the association's classification system. Ten of her herdmates also received favorable classifications last week.

Feeder Cattle On Eugene Larmee's Farm, January 1937 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Feeder Cattle On Eugene Larmee's Farm, January 1937 image
Year:
1937
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1937
Caption:
FATTENING FOR MARKET: One of the several feeder livestock herds now fattening on Washtenaw county farms is shown above. It includes 57 cattle, owned by Eugene H. Larmee, W. Liberty Rd. farmer. The cattle are already in fine shape for the butcher's knife.

Silo Hoisted Into Place On The Ken Wood Farm - 2612 Miller Road, October 1948

Silo Hoisted Into Place On The Ken Wood Farm - 2612 Miller Road, October 1948 image
Year:
1948
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1948
Caption:
END OF A TWO-MILE JOURNEY: Agriculture moves at a fast pace these days as the picture above proves. The 12 feet x 30 feet wood-frame silo shown here was lifted from its foundations in the Hugo Walters barnyard on Newport Rd., whisked two miles away to the Ken Wood Farm, 2612 Miller Rd., and promptly hoisted on a prepared foundation. The whole job was done in exactly four hours and 30 minutes. Charles H. Clark, operator of the Ken Wood farm superintended the job.

Kingsley Farm Hen House Destroyed By Fire, February 1947

Kingsley Farm Hen House Destroyed By Fire, February 1947 image
Year:
1947
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, February 7, 1947
Caption:
BLAZE KILLS 125 PRIME EGG-LAYERS: Laying hens - 125 of them, valued at $375 - were destroyed this morning when flames leveled a large chickenhouse on the Kingsley farm, three and a half miles south of South Lyon on the Dixboro Rd. Prompt action by South Lyon firemen saved adjacent buildings from the wind-fanned blaze. Origin of the fire was not determined, but defective wiring was thought to have been a possible cause.

Martin Fuoss With His Flock Of White Holland Turkeys, Saline, November 1937 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Martin Fuoss With His Flock Of White Holland Turkeys, Saline, November 1937 image
Year:
1937
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1937
Caption:
SOME OF THE WHITE HOLLAND TURKEYS OF THE MARTIN FUOSS FLOCK: Martin Fuoss is shown here with some of his flock of several hundred White Holland turkeys on his farm one mile east of Saline on US-112. State college specialists selected the Fuoss farm for a discussion of marketing problems Monday.