Watermelons; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service
E. M. Watson, veteran watermelon grower of Webster County, has produced so many melons that he can usually estimate within a pound or two the weight of a big one. He said he uses information from the Agricultural Extension Service to help him grow...
Part of the group of growers who shipped cooperatively from Starkville, Mississippi, November 20, 1933. Ten carloads of turkeys shipped last year from Oktibbeha, Noxubee, Lowndes, Monroe, and Chickasaw Counties, Mississippi.
Litter of 7 pigs sired by a gilt belonging to E. Locke. Gilt was sired by one of 5 registered sires brought into the section for breeding. This photo is most likely from a report on the Tennessee Valley Authority project.
Sows; Livestock exhibitions; Clarksdale (Miss.); Garmon, John H.
Grand champion Poland China sow, open class, Northwest District Livestock Show, exhibited by John H. Garmon, Clarksdale, at right. With Mr. Garmon in picture is Tom Shepherd of the Greenwood Commonwealth, strong supporter of show. Greenwood, 1944.
Smith, F.M.; Lauderbon, Don; Tanner, James E.; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers; Forestry; Loblolly pine
Sherriff Tom Boykin shows his loblolly pine saplings: (Left to Right): F. M. Smith, County Agent; Tom Boykin; Don Lauderbon, Extension forester; James E. Tanner, 4-H County agent; and Colonel J. T. Ward.