National Geographic : 1929 Jan
MOUNTAIN PASTURES IN SUMMER, WITH VALLEY ALFALFA FIELDS IN WINTER, MAKE AN IDEAL SHEEP COUNTRY Among the national forests and high plateaus of north Arizona, grazing for sheep is excellent in thewarmer months. Before snowfall great herds are driven to the lowlands. If grazing along the march is poor, flocks are shipped by train. A herd wintering near Chandler, with the tent oftheMexi can sheepherder in the middle distance. Photographs byClifton Adams IN OLDEN DAYS FARM TURKEYS FORAGED FOR A LIVING To-day successful turkey raisers fatten their birds as swine and beeves are fed. Here is part of a flock of500 being fedongrain, near Litchfield Park, Arizona. One farmer near Phoenix turns his turkeys into an olive grove, and they fattenon ripe olives from thetrees.