HOG GIVEAWAY AS PRICE PROTEST (11/25/1998)
Farmer in Baldwin, IA. is giving away his hogs because the market prices are at historic lows.
Routine activities of a family on their farm in Iowa, United States.
A farm in Iowa, United States. A portrait. Signs read 'Dallas Center' and 'Oskaloosa'. Several men walk and talk on a road early in the morning. Newspaper and milk bottles delivered outside a house. Hands of clocks show the time as 4:45. Routine work at a farm in Iowa. Th owner of the farm comes and wakes up his son. The boy gets up from the bed and washes himself. He comes and sits at a dining table. His father and sister eat their breakfast. The mother brings breakfast. The son feeds the hogs on the farm. The wife of the owner tends the poultry. She feeds the hens. The owner talks about labor shortage . He plows the farm. His daughter drives a tractor. Location: Iowa United States USA. Date: 1944.
PA-1697 Beta SP; PA-0088 Beta SP
Modern Trends in Swine Production
IOWA DROUGHT
OC 800 SOF MAG ROLL A FTG OF IOWA DROUGHT. TRACKING SHOTS PAST IOWA CORNFIELDS. INTV W/ CORN GROWERS ON EFFECTS OF RECENT DROUGHT. VS AERIALS OF IOWA CORN FIELDS, FARMS, VS HOGS FEEDING. INTV W/ HOG FARMER ON EFFECTS OF DROUGHT.
Pork, beef, and sugar crops processed at farms and factories in United States to meet war demand in World War 2
Agricultural progress in the America during World War II, with increased production to meet wartime needs. Pigs, hogs, and piglets on a farm. Trees in the background. Vehicles pass in front of a pork butcher and processing factory. Truck in front says "HH Green" on side. Sign in background of shot says "Morrell" (this is possibly the John Morrell and Co. Packing Plant in Ottumwa Iowa). Butcher workers with cleavers cut and process pork on moving assembly line. Beef cattle graze on a field. Tractor operated on a farm field. View of beef cattle stockyards at butcher and processing factories for meat. Butcher operations for beef cattle seen on moving assembly line. Farmers harvest feed crops for meat production. A feed shed filled to the top. Farmer harvests sugarcane and drives wagon filled with sugarcane, pulled by horses. Farmer on tractor on a sugarcane field. A tall harvesting machine cuts sugarcane in the field at harvest. Farmer on a sugar beet field. A mechanical seed splitting machine is shown. Farmer holding shafts with sugar beet seeds attached. Sorghum plants are shown and described as a new source of sugar. A man feeds harvested sorghum plants into a pressing machine to extract sorghum liquid for sugar. Location: United States USA. Date: 1942.
DN-ZLB-014 Beta SP
NEWSREELS
Pathe
Farmers pitching hay and farmers in 1935 Illinois and Iowa talking about 1935 being a good year for farms
1988 IOWA CAUCUSES
BARS. CR:18. TONGUE IN CHEEK CS ON THE 1988 IOWA CAUCUSES. MS OF A TRACTOR GOING THROUGH A CORNFIELD. SU: GREENFIELD. VS OF SLOW ACTIVITY AT THE AIRPORT. VS OF A HOTEL LOBBY. VS OF A NEWSPAPER NEWSROOM. CR:49. CU OF HOGS. CR:55. SU: GREENFIELD. VS OF THE EXT OF RESTAURANTS IN IOWA. CR:67. SU: GREENFIELD. CR:75 NO PICTURE TO THE END. CI: AGRICULTURE: FARMING, CORN. ANIMALS: HOGS.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED HOGS LOST IN FIRE (2/18/1999)
Fire at a hog farm last night kills 15-hundred pigs
IOWA FARMERS SAY LOTS TO LOSE IN TRADE WAR WITH CHINA
--SUPERS--\n00:13 - 00:23\nRon Heck\nSoybean Farmer\n\n01:14 - 01:21\nGrant Kimberly\nSoybean Farmer \n\n01:34 - 01:42\nDave Struthers\nHog Farmer\n\n --LEAD IN--\nINVESTORS ARE ANXIOUSLY SEEING WHAT ...
WORKING IN AMERICA / HAZARDOUS DUTY / BURNING QUESTION
CUTAWAYS OF DES MOINES, IOWA HOG FARM SCENES FOR A CS ON DANGEROUS WORKPLACES. 10:00:33 Good wide shots of hogs corraled inside a barn. cu's of hogs sniffing the air and rooting their snouts through corral bars. Tight shot of clouds of dust particles rising through a light shaft. vs of sows and piglet litters encased in steel compartments. Ext shots of the hog barns. CI: AGRICULTURE: FARM. ANIMALS: PIGS. INDUSTRIES: FARMING.
DAHMER ANIMAL RIGHTS AD
AN IOWA ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP IS COMPARING MEATPACKERS WITH ACCUSED SERIAL KILLER JEFFREY DAHMER. THE GROUP, PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS (PETA), HAS PLACED AN AD SCHEDULED TO RUN IN TOMORROW'S DES MOINES REGISTER, CONTAINING THE FOLLOWING COPY: "MILWAUKEE, JULY 1991. THEY WERE DRUGGED AND DRAGGED ACROSS THE ROOM, THEIR LEGS AND FEET WERE BOUND TOGETHER. THEN THEY WERE SLAUGHTERED AND THEIR HEADS SAWN OFF. THEIR BODY PARTS WERE REFRIGERATED TO BE EATEN LATER. IT'S STILL GOING ON. IF THIS LEAVES A BAD TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH, BECOME A VEGETARIAN." MEATPACKERS HAVE REACTED BY CALLING THE AD OBSCENE. A SPOKESMAN FOR THE NATIONAL PORK PRODUCERS COUNCIL SAID THAT THE AD WAS "NOT JUST TASTELESS, IT'S AN OBSCENITY."
REAGAN TRIP TO IOWA
FTG OF PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN VISITING THE STATE OF IOWA. 00:01 VS OF REAGAN, WITHOUT A JACKET, TOURING A FARM. VS OF THE PRESIDENT POSING FOR A PHOTOGRAPH WITH FAMILY. MS OF REAGAN PETTING A LARGE HOG. MS OF HOGS EATING SLOP IN A PEN. 10;38 VS OF REAGAN AND AGRICULTURE SECRETARY JOHN BLOCK SITTING AT A PICNIC TABLE DRINKING BEVERAGE AND EATING ICE CREAM. CI: PERSONALITIES: BLOCK, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: REAGAN, RONALD.
HOG WASTE (12/29/1995)
CREWS ARE CLEANING UP A WHOLE LOT OF HOG WASTE IN MISSOURI. A CRACKED PLASTIC SEWAGE PIPE LEAKED UP TO 40-THOUSAND GALLONS OF HOG WASTE ACROSS FROZEN FARMLAND AND INTO AN ICE- COVERED CREEK IN NORTHERN MISSOURI WEDNESDAY. STATE OFFICIALS SAY PREMIUM STANDARD FARMS REPORTED THE SPILL ON ITS PUTNAM COUNTY FARM NEAR UNIONVILLE. IT WAS THE SEVENTH SPILL THIS YEAR BY THE FIRM THAT OPERATES SPRAWLING SWINE COMPLEXES IN THREE COUNTIES NEAR THE IOWA BORDER.
IOWA FARMER
ORIGINAL COLOR 850 SOF / MAG / SIL C.S. V O ECKERT. V.S. INTVW. W / IOWA CATTLE, HOG AND GRAIN FARMER, HUNTER FOSTER OF MOVILLE IOWA ON VISIT TO PRES. JIMMY CARTER ON FARM PROBLEMS. V.S. FOSTER EATING BREAKFAST, SERVING GRIDDLE-CAKES AT BOY-SCOUT BREAKFAST. V.S. FOSTER FEEDY HAY TO CATTLE AND HOGS ON FARM. END C.S. MORE OF FOSTER AT WORK FEEDING CATTLE AND HOGS ON FARM. MORE OF SCOUT BREAFAST. V.S. FOSTER AND WIFE AT TABLE. V.S. FOSTER INTVW. AT BREAFAST. M.S. EXTS. FOSTER HOME. MORE OF FOSTER AT WORK ON FARM. V.S. MORE OF INTVW. ON PLANNED LUNCHEON W / PRES. CARTER AT THE WHITE HOUSE REVERALS. ECKERT. CI: INDUSTRIES: FARMING. OCCUPATIONS: FARMER. MANKIND: EATING. ANIMALS: CATTLE, PIGS. PERSONALITIES: CARTER, JIMMY. PERSONALITIES: FOSTER, HUNTER. GEOGRAPHIC: IOWA, MOVILLE
FARM CLIPREEL / CLIP REEL
FARM HOUSE , BARN, CORN FIELD WITH FOR SALE SIGN. TRACTOR ACCROSS FIELD. RURAL ROADS AND FARM BUILDINS. RED BARN WITH SILO. HOGS, PIGS GRAZING. REAGAN CAMPAIGNING , IOWA 80/09/30 REAGAN SOT " LETS MAKE AMERICAGREAT AGAIN" REAGAN ON TRACTOR . CATTLE COWS GRAZING. VS OF TRACTOR IN WHEAT FIELD.
IOWA TORNADO DAMAGE (7/28/1995)
TORNADOS TOUCHED DOWN AND REEKED HAVOC IN EAST-CENTRAL IOWA LAST NIGHT.
WEATHER LOSSES PUSH PRICES UP (7/18/1995)
A LOOK AT WHAT EXTREME WEATHER MAY MEAN AT THE CHECKOUT COUNTER
FARM CLIPREEL / CLIP REEL
FARM HOUSE , BARN, CORN FIELD WITH FOR SALE SIGN. TRACTOR ACCROSS FIELD. RURAL ROADS AND FARM BUILDINS. RED BARN WITH SILO. HOGS, PIGS GRAZING. REAGAN CAMPAIGNING , IOWA 80/09/30 REAGAN SOT " LETS MAKE AMERICAGREAT AGAIN" REAGAN ON TRACTOR . CATTLE COWS GRAZING. VS OF TRACTOR IN WHEAT FIELD.
FARM CLIPREEL / CLIP REEL
FARM HOUSE , BARN, CORN FIELD WITH FOR SALE SIGN. TRACTOR ACCROSS FIELD. RURAL ROADS AND FARM BUILDINS. RED BARN WITH SILO. HOGS, PIGS GRAZING. REAGAN CAMPAIGNING , IOWA 80/09/30 REAGAN SOT " LETS MAKE AMERICAGREAT AGAIN" REAGAN ON TRACTOR . CATTLE COWS GRAZING. VS OF TRACTOR IN WHEAT FIELD.
FARMLAND FOODS LAYOFFS (4/11/2000)
ABOUT ONE THOUSAND WORKERS WILL BE LAID OFF AT THE FARMLAND FOODS PLANT IN DUBUQUE, IOWA.
FARM CLIPREEL / CLIP REEL
FARM HOUSE , BARN, CORN FIELD WITH FOR SALE SIGN. TRACTOR ACCROSS FIELD. RURAL ROADS AND FARM BUILDINS. RED BARN WITH SILO. HOGS, PIGS GRAZING. REAGAN CAMPAIGNING , IOWA 80/09/30 REAGAN SOT " LETS MAKE AMERICAGREAT AGAIN" REAGAN ON TRACTOR . CATTLE COWS GRAZING. VS OF TRACTOR IN WHEAT FIELD.