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Illinois farmer expresses alarm in Watching our Nation die

Ernest M. Halbleib

Illinois farmer expresses alarm in Watching our Nation die

a blueprint for survival

by Ernest M. Halbleib

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Published by Halbleib in McNabb, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.,
  • Illinois
    • Subjects:
    • Halbleib, Ernest M., 1889-,
    • Organic farming -- United States.,
    • Farmers -- Illinois -- Biography.,
    • Natural foods.,
    • United States -- Moral conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title: Watching our Nation die.

      Other titlesWatching our Nation die.
      StatementErnest M. Halbleib.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS605.5 .H35
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 146 p. :
      Number of Pages146
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4445672M
      LC Control Number79107550

      For us in Central Illinois, where farming comprises so much of our economy and our traditions, we all have a stake in making sure our farmers are . comfortably vdth our future secure and our old privileges and immunities untouched. It cannot be done that way. The economic outlook for the Illinois farmer can be considered in three stages: (l) While actual military activities continue; (2) during the period of reconstruction, and (3) in the post-war world. Digitized for FRASER.

        Record 1 Front. The Putnam County. Volume No. 17 Putnam County’s Only Newspaper. Single Copy Cost 50¢ “PRSRT STD.” US Postage Paid No. SHAW MEDIA POSTAL PATRON LOCAL R.R. BOXHOLDER.   The Illinois Farm Bureau is a member of the American Farm Bureau Federation, a national organization of farmers and ranchers. Founded in , IFB is a non-profit, membership organization directed by farmers who join through their county Farm Bureau. IFB has a total membership of more than , and a voting membership of more t

        Illinois farmers facing a challenging year for planting, markets Rosalind Essig, [email protected] Published pm CDT, Sunday, Durbin Meets with Illinois Farm Bureau to Discuss Agricultural Priorities. WASHINGTON, DC] – U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) today hosted a meeting with Illinois Farm Bureau President Phillip Nelson to discuss several issues regarding the upcoming Farm Bill, pending trade agreements, and the agricultural impact of the deficit negotiations.


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