"...the residence' formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Frankr Keller. This makes a rather uneven turf. Q. What is your opinion of proso? How is It for poultry feed? E. B. F., Meadc County. A. Good Proso crops can ... be produced where a good Durum Wheat crop can bo grown. Proso requires less moisture for production than Durum Wheat. Hot winds at the heading and fertilizing stage are very deterimental for seed for- mation ... . If weather conditions are favor- able, at.-the heading time, very high grain can be expected. In our experimental work, we find that the fox- tail millets yield more grain than Proso. Proso makes a fair ... poultry feed. The variety for poultry feed .is very Impor- tant.' Those 'varieties such as White Proso, and Tambov are superior to many of the other varieties. Feterita, a grain sorghum, makes' ah..."