Collective Farm Puts Crop Into Distillery


| May/June 1959


(From the De Kalb Daily Chronicle, De Kalb, Illinois)

Of the 140 workers on this particular farm only eight are Communists two of whom are on the seven man board which, for all practical purposes, runs the farm.

The biggest and most important change for this farm during the last year was the revised system of planning production. Until last October the seven- man governing board had practically no authority to do anything but administer the orders of higher government officials.

This year the central government gave the farms in the district a general pattern of what it wanted produced. Then the administrative board on this farm and on the others each decided what they were going to produce.



This farm was told that it must be an independent economic unit which would have to meet all of its own costs from its own production and it could not look to the government for subsidies.

With this latitude the manager and his assistants worked out a plan for what they considered to be the best utilization of the farm's 2,000 acres under cultivation and its herd of 250 cattle which includes 100 dairy cows.














SUBSCRIBE TO FARM COLLECTOR TODAY!

Farm Collector April 16Farm Collector is a monthly magazine focusing on antique tractors and all kinds of antique farm equipment. If it's old and from the farm, we're interested in it!

Save Even More Money with our SQUARE-DEAL Plan!

Pay now with a credit card and take advantage of our SQUARE-DEAL automatic renewal savings plan. You'll get 12 issues of Farm Collector for only $24.95 (USA only).

Or, Bill Me Later and send me one year of Farm Collector for just $29.95.




Facebook Pinterest YouTube

Classifieds


Copyright 2018, All Rights Reserved
Ogden Publications, Inc., 1503 SW 42nd St., Topeka, Kansas 66609-1265