National Affairs: In Denmark

Frank O. Lowden, returning home, gave utterance to an enthusiasm: "The Danes are the most thoroughly organized farmers in the world. Their co-operative enterprise covers both the production and distribution of farm products as well as the manufacture of such products as condensed milk, butter, bacon and other pork derivatives. It attends to its own financing, marketing and exporting. The organization functions on a nation-wide basis. The middleman is absolutely eliminated."

"Danish farming system and Swedish forestry lore should be applied," said he, "to U. S. problems."


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