Grain sorghum production in Missouri
"Grain sorghum commonly called 'milo' is a feed grain crop on many Missouri farms. Missouri is not considered a part of the 'sorghum belt' but harvested acreage has never been less than 200,000 in the past decade. Missourians harvested 636,000 acres in the 'corn blight' year of 1971 and 380,000 acres in 1972."--First page.
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