For sixty-four years the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station has been studying the problems of the farmer to make life on the farm more profitable and more enjoyable and in turn to improve the economy of the entire state. From the laboratories and from the experimental farms have come research results that have and will continue to mean dollars and cents to the farmer and increased prosperity to the state. Here are a few brief statements of some of the results of the work during the past two years.
Walker, R. H. and Broadbent, D. A., "Bulletin No. 357 - Biennial Report, 1950-1952" (1952). UAES Bulletins. Paper 321.