Compares two dairy farms--one in Southeastern Wisconsin and the other in Central New York State. Shows the land use and cultural practices which reflect adaptation to such elements of the physical environment as topography, soil, precipitation, temperature, and length of growing season. Describes such man-made conditions that influence the marketing of milk as the proximity of farms to urban areas, sanitation requirements, and transportation and refrigeration facilities.
Also issued in color.
Educational authors: Thomas F. Barton, Daisy M. Jones, Roger Niemeyer ; consultant, James W. Taylor.
Statement of Responsibility
produced by Indiana University Audio-Visual Center.