"I know I was in Bradshaw one time at the co-op, the elevator at that time, and these old fellows were sitting around there and said that irrigating, that would never work, that cold water running down the row, the corn would never grow. Different things like that. Some people had a religious reason for not irrigating also. They felt as if the Lord was going to supply your need, why that's what would happen. But they finally had to give in and irrigate too."

Dean Buller - Irrigation


Other Excerpts from Dean Buller's Interview:

Threshing the wheat
Selling cream and eggs
Plowing the field
Primitive pesticide
Butchering hogs

Entire Interview with Dean Buller