Yesteryear geese

This flock of geese provided Christine Kubal Sip of Geddes, South Dakota, with meat and eggs while leaving her some to market. She also made a tick (mattress) from the feathers of her goose flock. 

This flock of geese provided Christine Kubal Sip of Geddes, South Dakota, with meat and eggs while leaving her some to market. She also made a tick (mattress) from the feathers of her goose flock. This photo from 1940 comes from the collection of the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum.

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To submit a photo to the Agricultural Heritage Museum’s archive, contact Carrie Van Buren at 605-688-4436, SDSU Box 601, Brookings, SD 57007 or carrie.vanburen@sdstate.edu.

Janelle is editor of the Tri-State Neighbor, covering South Dakota, southwestern Minnesota, northwestern Iowa and northeastern Nebraska. Reach her at jatyeo@tristateneighbor.com or follow on Twitter @JLNeighbor

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Janelle is editor of the Tri-State Neighbor, covering South Dakota, southwestern Minnesota, northwestern Iowa and northeastern Nebraska.