|Statement||United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Division of Information|
|Series||[General information series] -- G-25, General information series (United States. Agricultural Adjustment Administration) -- G-25.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 pages ;|
barden Guide to the Graham Arthur Barden Papers, RL Processed by: Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library Staff; machine-readable finding aid created by: Stephen D. Miller David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library Perkins Library, Duke University Durham [email protected] URL. Full text of "Monthly catalog of United States Government publications" See other formats. The Graham Arthur Barden Papers span Barden's political career from through his retirement in There is little material for Scattered Items pertain to Barden's work in the North Carolina General Assembly and papers for deal chiefly with his successful campaign in North Carolina's Third Congressional District for the. THE CORN-HOG REDUCTION PROGRAM The corn-hog adjustment program called for reductions of 20% in corn acreage and 25% in number of market hogs raised in The contracts required that farmers could not increase the acreage of any other basic commodity over that of or , whichever was the greater.
This book has been inspired not by a desire to retell the familiar story of the primary movements of reform in the United States since , but by the need for a new analysis from the perspective of our own time. My first interest was in the period from to the beginning of the first World War, but the more I worked upon the problems of that. A native of Colorado who entered Amherst with the Class of , GARDNER JACKSON started what he calls his checkered career, after getting out of the Army in the First World War, as a bond salesman. maintaining the price of wheat. Notice has come that a corn-hog adjustment plan, involving a maximum of $,, in benefit payments to American farmers for reducing corn acreage by at least 20% and hog farrowing by at least 25% in has been determined upon by Secretary Henry A. Wallace and Administrator George N. Peek with the. Corn-hog cycle. A large corn crop results in lower corn prices, causing farmers to increase their breeding and feeding of pigs which, when they mature and are sold as hogs, depress hog prices. Farmers then reduce their production of hogs which in turn reduces the demand for corn and thus the price of corn, and the cycle is then ready to repeat.
Corn-Hog Ratio. Number of bushels of corn equal in value to pounds of live hogs; the price per hundredweight received by producers for hogs divided by the bushel price of corn. Corn Planter. Any of several different mechanical devices used to plant corn, which differ according to the manner in which the corn seed is dropped. Cotton Picker. He grows alfalfa and sweet clover in rotation with other crops for feed and as a means of maintaining his soil’s productivity. Mr. Thomas was the first county chairman of the Wheat Allotment and Corn-Hog programs in He held this job with the AAA and later the . The Resettlement Administration, later known as the Farm Security Administration, provides loans to small farm operators to purchase better farmland. The U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Butler rules the Agricultural Adjustment Act unconstitutional due to its provisions for taxing food-processing businesses. This volume features the economic status of African-Americans during hard times of the Great Depression.