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Exhibit of Corn

Display with labels of varieties of corn and a man standing at left to indicate the height of the crop. Varieties displayed are Gehu, Fort Peck, Squaw Duke, Pop Corn, N. Western Dent Ferrie, and Quebec Yellow.

Exhibit of Corn

Display with labels of varieties of corn and a man standing at left to indicate the height of the crop. Varieties displayed are Wisconsin No. 7 Imp'd Early Leaning, Brown Co. Dent or Early Pride, Goldenglow and Murdock.

Exhibit of Corn

Display with labels of varieties of corn and a man standing at left to indicate the height of the crop. Varieties displayed are August Dent, Minnesota No. 23, Minnesota No. 13, Imp'd Early Leaning, etc.

Exhibit of Corn

Display with labels of varieties of corn and a man and a child stand in front to indicate the height of the crop. Varieties displayed are Longfellow, North Dakota White Flint, Sunshine Dent, King Philip Duke, Rustlers White Dent, and Pioneer White Dent.

Goodale Farm - Wheat

Arthur Wenhardt, professor, Crop Science, and supervisor, Field Research Plots, examines wheat in the cereal variety test plots to see whether it is ready for harvesting.

Bio/Historical Note: The University of Saskatchewan bought the seven quarter-section John Goodale farm, located nine miles south of Saskatoon near Floral, in 1972.