Agriculture -- Michigan
Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains photocopies of newspaper clippings (1924, circa 1926) concerning the establishment of Michigan's Rural free Delivery Service in Climax, Michigan in 1896. Also a photocopy of the book entitled Early Days in Climax (undated) describing school, teachers, town buildings, inventor Hiram Moore, and containing reminiscences of life in Climax in the mid- to late-1800s.
This collection contains the majority and minority reports of the Commission on Inquiry into the Cost of Milk, appointed by Michigan Governor William Brucker. The commission presented its reports to Brucker in 1931. Also included are the constitution, by-laws, and history of the Michigan Milk Producers Association. The commission apparently used these materials in preparing its findings.
A television program presented by the MSU Cooperative Extension Service and the Department of Agricultural Economics. Arthur "Art" Mauch, an extension specialist in public policy, discusses parity (fair price for a farmer's product) and the relationship between the farmer, the consumer, and the government.