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Excerpt from Developments in Negro Extension Work
Ih-sueh studies as we have made of negro work in Georgia and Arkansas, where a total of 462 negro_farm records were obtained, we find that 74 per cent of all the farms surveyed have made farm.and home changes 'which they credit to-extension work. They have iade not only one change_ but an average of changes per farm. This is'a very good showing. It is above some States and about equal to the average of 12.northern and Southern States in which surveys have been made. In one State, however 92 out of each 100 farms surveyed, and in another 97 out of each 100 surveyed had made changes in farm.and home practices. So we see there is still roonrior inprevemcnt in both negro and white work, particularly in increasing'the number of practices on each farm and in each home.
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