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New Wheat and Old

New Crop. From Minnesota through the Dakotas and Montana to Washington and Oregon, Northwestern grain growers were last week rounding out their planting of this year's spring wheat crop. From Washington, D. C, Federal Farm Board Chairman Alexander Legge appealed to them over the radio to reduce their wheat acreages by 10% as a cooperative means of cutting the 1930 crop surplus. Ground was already broken, seed on hand. Not before summer will the Department of Agriculture be able to estimate whether northwest wheat men followed Chairman Legge's...

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