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    • Roundup

    • Roundup
    • Georgia, Lowell
    • Montana.
    • On the plains beneath Montana's rugged Rocky Mountains, ranch hands at the TEE Bar Ranch pause with the cattle at a waterhole during roundup time.
    • Sorghum Processing

    • Sorghum Processing
    • Lustig, Ray
    • Carnesville (Ga.). Sorghum.
    • On the Fletcher Elrod farm near Carnesville, Johnny Watson boils sorghum for processing into syrup. Sorghum cane is stripped, crushed and then ground into juice. The juice is boiled for several hours in 4- and 12-foot tanks called 'vapors.' A...
    • Corn Harvesting

    • Corn Harvesting
    • DeFeo, Thomas
    • Cedar Rapids (Iowa).
    • Morning silence is broken by the rumble of a corn harvester as John Miller begins to cut and shell the 375 acres of corn he planted in April. Working on 6 rows of stalks at a time, the 12-foot-high machine lumbers foward, shelling the grain and...
    • American Agriculture

    • American Agriculture
    • Webster, James C.
    • United States. Department of Agriculture.
    • This collection shows 20 different images of rural America and its agriculture in the 1970s and 1980s, through both photos and artists' renderings. This portfolio includes a small thumbnail of each image along with text offering background on the...
    • Miracle Crop

    • Miracle Crop
    • Lustig, Ray
    • Georgia. Soybean.
    • Soybeans, America's miracle crop, provide vital protein and oil for the United States and other countries. In the thirties, two-thirds of the soybeans raised in the United States were plowed under to improve the soil. Later it was learned that...
    • Sheep

    • Sheep
    • Robinson, George
    • Underhill (Vt.)
    • Part-time farmer Robin Noland raises a small flock of long-wool sheep for food and profit on his homestead. Except for lambing and shearing, sheep do not require a lot of labor, and the work can usually be planned when other chores are not...
    • Rural Farm

    • Rural Farm
    • Schleyer, Jim
    • New Hampshire.
    • The spirit of a New England countryside is captured at a time when farmers gather firewood, make maple syrup and apple cider, and prepare for winter.
    • Harvest Break

    • Harvest Break
    • Robinson, George.
    • Presque Isle (Me.)
    • Playing before their work day begins, young people in these Maine potato fields roll out the barrels which they will soon fill with the new potato crop. The youngsters fill the barrels by hand after a mechanical digger turns up the spuds. Releasing...
    • Apple Harvest

    • Apple Harvest
    • Schumaker, Byron
    • Rappahannock County (Va.)
    • These apples, grown on the Lee farm, are in large wooden crates ready for delivery to market on 18-wheel flatbad trucks. The Lee farm apples are primarily for eating, but some will be made into applesauce and cider at nearby Winchester, Virginia.
    • Southwest Impression

    • Southwest Impression
    • Brown, Michael David
    • Colorado Plateau.
    • The rich colors and rugged terrain of the American Southwest make a lasting impression on visitors' minds. Important also is the remaining presence of the original Americans. Indians cultivated maize and other crops in these valleys before the...
    • Mountain of Corn

    • Mountain of Corn
    • DeFeo, Thomas
    • Clay County (Iowa).
    • At the Land-O-Lakes Co-op in Clay County, Oscar Mohni stands atop 350,000 bushels of shelled corn. The corn, part of 1975's bumper crop, reached higher than 20 feet and covered an area nearly as large as a football field.
    • Sugarcane Fields

    • Sugarcane Fields
    • O'Rear, Charles
    • Pearl City (Hawaii)
    • This infrared photo clearly separates the sugarcane seen as red from the surrounding foliage in this cane-growing area on Oahu. Infrared photography is often used in agriculture to identify crops and plant diseases.
    • Landscape

    • Landscape
    • Granahan, David
    • West Concord (Minn.)
    • The soybean and dairy country in southeastern Minnesota acquires a bleak beauty in early winter. Farmsteads appears like islands in the landscape, and rural America is ready for the long northern winter.
    • The Palouse

    • The Palouse
    • Wilson, Doug
    • Palouse (Wash.)
    • The region where eastern Washington, northwestern Idaho, and northeastern Oregon merge is called the Palouse. The Palouse is about 8.5 million acres of hilly cropland where barley, peas, lentils, and wheat grow in abundance. The Palouse yields more...
    • Super Cabbage

    • Super Cabbage
    • O'Rear, Charles
    • Palmer (Alaska)
    • Ray Rebarchek looks over his cabbages, which average about 55 pounds each in August. The cabbage is growing through a plastic mulch that helps control weeds, holds moisture in the soil, and reduces loss of fertilizer by leaching. Alaska's short...
    • Mountain Snow

    • Mountain Snow
    • United States Forest Service
    • Sawtooth Mountains (Idaho)
    • In central Idaho, just north of Ketchum and Sun Valley, the Sawtooth Mountains range along the boundaries of the Sawtooth recreational area in the Sawtooth National Forest. The scenic beauty of these mountains is one of the reasons may visitors...
    • Wyoming Morning

    • Wyoming Morning
    • Wright, Jonathan
    • Teton Range (Wyo. and Idaho)
    • A seldom-used barn and corral await cows and ranch hands as sunrise uncovers the Teton Mountains in western Wyoming. Cattle roundups are still held on many ranches in the West.
    • Cotton Harvesting

    • Cotton Harvesting
    • Lustig, Ray
    • Georgia.
    • Large mechanical pickers, like this one operating in a fertile Georgia cotton field, can pick as much cotton in 1 hour as one cotton picker could pick by hand in 3 days. But it takes 100 acres of one-bale-to-the-acre cotton to make make a...

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