Walter G. Schroeder held several positions in the Extension Service including Extension Agent-at-Large, Lane County Extension Agent, and Coos County Agricultural Agent. In 1977, Schroeder became the Curry County staff chair.
The 16 foot by 5 foot cottonseed cake self feeder was used by Joe Oliver, John Day, Oregon. The feeder holds more than 1 ton and is filled through a hinged board in the roof. Note deep overhang to prevent snow and rain from wetting the cake.
Photo part of the Extension Oral History Project. Roberta Frasier Anderson was a Family Life specialist for the Extension Service from 1959-1974. Anderson received the first Osborne teaching award and the Superior Service Award from the USDA. Anderson's focuses included child development, aging, and communications within families.
Owen D. Osborne became an Electrical and Computer Engineering professor in 1971, soon becoming involved in the Office of Energy Research and Development. Osborne helped form the Energy Extension program.