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Better Farming Train - In Transit

The Better Farming Train in an unidentified location; nine grain elevators directly behind train. "State Elevator Co.," "Alberta Pacific Grain Co. Ltd.," (?), " Interior Elevator Co. Ltd.," "Pioneer Grain Co Ltd.," "Midland Grain Co Ltd.," " Victor--- Elevator----" and the "Saskatchewan Co-Operative Elevator Co. Limited, Local ----."

Bio/Historical Note: From 1914 to 1922 a Better Farming Train (BFT) toured the province providing lectures and demonstrations and presenting exhibits on matters pertaining to agriculture. Funded by the Agricultural Instruction Act, equipped jointly by the Department of Agriculture and the College of Agriculture, and staffed by the University of Saskatchewan, the BFTs were operated free of charge by the railways. Consisting of between 14 to 17 cars they toured the province for several weeks each summer. During part of one summer two trains operated. The train was divided into five sections: Livestock; Field Husbandry; Boys and Girls; Household Science; Poultry; and Farm Mechanics. A converted flat car acted as a platform for the display and demonstration of the "well-selected" horses, cattle, sheep, swine and poultry. Each section usually contained a lecture car accompanied by one or more demonstration cars.

First Farmers' Elevators at Belbeck, Saskatchewan

Smaller photograph shows Belbeck Elevator and Trading Co. Ltd. elevator built at Belbeck, Saskatchewan. Partially constructed elevator at right; horse-drawn buggy at centre. The larger photograph is full version showing elevators and another horse-drawn buggy. Possibly a third elevator under construction at right, with man walking at extreme right

Indian Head grain elevators

Fall photo of 4 grain elevators from right (foreground) to left "Saskatchewan Pool No. 3 Indian Head"; "Paterson Indian Head"; Cargill; unknown. Label on front says 1978 and handwritten inscription on reverse: "By Jack Fleger 1978"

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