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Roadside and Field Erosion Caused By Gully

Description: Photograph of a large gully eating into a nearby field and dirt road. A house and body of water are located on the right side of photograph. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Terraces emptying into roadside. Terraces built 10-12 years. Has cut road into. Gully ate back as far as 100’ as much as 25’ deep. Has moved fence back 100’ to 200’ and sodded end area to Bermudagrass.”
Date: April 18, 1949
Creator: Archer, Sellars G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Raymond Keith Farm Wind Control Measures

Description: Photograph of Joe Bob Hall, WUC, SCS, checks the effectiveness of wind control measures on the Raymond Keith farm. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Joe Bob Hall, WUC, SCS, checks the effectiveness of wind control measures that this District Cooperator has established. This field is Soil Unit 70, subject to severe wind erosion without effective cover. Rye and vetch were seeded in this field in Sudan stubble. A seed crop was harvested from the Sudan, and the ungrazed stubble left to protect the land until the rye and vetch could provide sufficient growth. There were nearby fields without cover that were damaged by wind erosion this season.”
Date: April 18, 1956
Creator: Gamble, M. D.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Raymond Keith Farm Cover Crop and Wind Control Measures

Description: Photograph of Joe Bob Hall, WUC, SCS, checking the effectiveness of wind control measures on the Raymond Keith farm. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Cover Crop. Joe Bob Hall, WUC, SCS, checks the effectiveness of wind control measures that this District Cooperator has established. This field is Soil Unit 70, subject to severe wind erosion without effective cover. Rye and vetch were seeded in this field in Sudan stubble. A seed crop was harvested from the Sudan, and the ungrazed stubble left to protect the land until the rye and vetch could provide sufficient growth. There were nearby fields without cover that were damaged by wind erosion this season.”
Date: April 18, 1956
Creator: Gamble, M. D.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Frank Fray on Tractor Pulling Combination Grass Drill

Description: Photograph of Frank Fray on tractor pulling combination grass drill. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Frank Fray on tractor pulling combination grass drill. Frey brothers are planting 50 acres of hillside they are retiring from cultivation. They are retiring all except Class I land.”
Date: April 18, 1949
Creator: Archer, Sellars G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Formation of a Long and Deep Gully Running Alongside a Road

Description: Photograph of the formation of a long and deep gully running alongside a road. The formation of this gully came from terraces built ten to twelve years prior, emptying water next to the road. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Terraces emptying into roadside. Terraces built 10-12 years. Has cut road into. Gully ate back as far 100’ as much as 25’ deep. Has moved fence back 150’ to 200’ and sodded end are to Bermudagrass.”
Date: April 18, 1949
Creator: Archer, Sellars G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Roadside and Field Erosion Caused By Gully

Description: Photograph of a large gully eating into a nearby field and dirt road. A house and body of water are located on the right side of photograph. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Terraces emptying into roadside. Terraces built 10-12 years. Has cut road into. Gully ate back as far as 100’ as much as 25’ deep. Has moved fence back 100’ to 200’ and sodded end area to Bermudagrass.”
Date: April 18, 1949
Creator: Archer, Sellars G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Alternate View of a Formation of a Long and Deep Gully Running Alongside a Road

Description: Photograph of the formation of a long and deep gully running alongside a road. The formation of this gully came from terraces built ten to twelve years prior, emptying water next to the road. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Terraces emptying into roadside. Terraces built 10-12 years. Has cut road into. Gully ate back as far 100’ as much as 25’ deep. Has moved fence back 150’ to 200’ and sodded end are to Bermudagrass.”
Date: April 18, 1949
Creator: Archer, Sellars G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Roadside and Field Erosion Caused By Gully

Description: Photograph of a large gully eating into a nearby field and dirt road. A house and body of water are located on the right side of photograph. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Terraces emptying into roadside. Terraces built 10-12 years. Has cut road into. Gully ate back as far as 100’ as much as 25’ deep. Has moved fence back 100’ to 200’ and sodded end area to Bermudagrass.”
Date: April 18, 1949
Creator: Archer, Sellars G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Irrigated Rows

Description: Photograph of Churchill and SCS Technician, Herb Provett, looking up listed rows toward irrigtion ditch after 5" application of water.
Date: April 18, 1950
Creator: Gardner, G. C.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Livestock

Description: Photograph of Dairy cattle on huban sweet clover paster. Sixty cattle had been on his 6 acre field 5 days at the time this photo was made. The 16 milking cattle in the herd have been producing 40 pounds mor emilk daily with 1/2 the protein feed they had before going on the hubam. TX-42-558.
Date: April 18, 1946
Creator: Reid, Louis E.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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