Farming in the late 1930s

Stewart Mace and Shirley Brown Kutzscher, recorded on March 25, 2009 on farming in the late 1930s. Topics range from:

an overview of life on the farm and the gender roles of boys and girls (tape 1, 7:40 minutes);
http://northerncatskillshistory.com/audios/Mace%20On%20the%20Farm%201.mov


the types and feeding of horses and cows on the farm (tape 2, 9:03 minutes);
http://northerncatskillshistory.com/audios/Mace%20On%20the%20Farm%202.mov


field management, rotation of crops, and cash crops of the area (tape 3, 7:11 minutes);
http://northerncatskillshistory.com/audios/Mace%20On%20the%20Farm%203.mov


other animals of the farm, ducks, chicken, sheep, and goats (tape 4, 5:34 minutes);
http://northerncatskillshistory.com/audios/Mace%20On%20the%20Farm%204.mov


farm buildings, equipment maintenance, logging and woodlot management, leases, Federal City (the area east of Broome Center), and the future of farming (tape 5, 5:34 minutes).
http://northerncatskillshistory.com/audios/Mace%20On%20the%20Farm%205.mov