A Western Supplement to For Farmers
' Large Scale Power Farming '
A discussion between A. W. LING and E. CARSTENS on extensive arable farming systems
E. Carstens is a Danish farmer settled in this country, and farming several thousands of acres. All sorts of mechanical contrivances are used for cultivating, sowing, and harvesting the crops, and as far as possible he is relying on his arable crops to maintain his large dairy herds. The desirability of bringing back into arable cultivation the immense tracts of upland chalk land cannot be over-stressed, both from the point of view of the benefit of agriculture and the nation, and the discussion this evening should crystallize the position and give farmers who are contemplating mechanisation an opportunity of obtaining first-hand information from a man of very wide experience, both in this country and abroad.
' Be of good courage' A Meditation on the 91st Psalm
Compiled from the oratorios and other sources by DAVID KEAN and JOSEPH LEWIS
DOROTHY STANTON (soprano)
WALTER WIDDOP (tenor)
BERKELEY MASON (organ)
THE B B C CHORUS
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
(In the Beginning)
Golwg ar y Diwygiad Methodistaidd yn ei ddyddiau bore. Kleni dethlir dau can mlwyddiant y Diwygiad Methodis taidd, ac yn y rhaglen hon ceisir dwyn ger eich bron brif gymeriadau'r mudiad ac atgynhyrchu rhai o ddigwyddiadau mawr y dyddiau hynny. Cewch glywed Griffith Jones a Daniel Rowland yn pregcthu, a'r tadau yn trafod eu problemau mewn Sasiwn, a William Williams Pant-y -celyn ac eraill yn darllen emynau cyntaf y Diwygiad ger eu bron.
Rhaglen gan PICTON DAVIES
Cyfarwyddwr, SAM JONES
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