Sunday, March 7, 2010

The Labor Question

 The problem of securing sufficient and satisfactory labor is generally considered the greatest difficulty encountered in operating a dairy farm. This difficulty arises from the necessity of treating the cow carefully at all times, and especially from the fact that the work becomes somewhat monotonous because it has to be done regularly every day. Although the labor problem is a serious one, it is no worse than that experienced in almost any other branch of farming; and, in fact, under proper conditions it may be less serious.


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