National Geographic : 1946 Sep
The National Geographic Magazine A- - r'1 1 1 < I Amazing Increase in Poultry Flocks Creates a Vast New Source of Arkansas Wealth No domesticated chickens lived here when the first whites came. Today millions of broilers, especially from Benton and Washington Counties, go to market every year. Young chicks at Springdale. National G(eographic Society KnIa rnes iby\Willard ]i. ('uhcr Even New Yoik Smacks Its Critical Lips over Arkansas Goat's-milk Cheese The Toggenburg and the Nubian goat both range the Ozarks, and their milk makes a succulent cheese. This flock is tended by a girl near Harrison.