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In the immediate vicinity of Primghar the topsoils and subsoils are silty clay loam.

(Galva, Marcus, Primghar, and Sac soils by name.) Clay loam glacial till is at a depth of 30 to 60 inches in most places.

Dust storms affected the area in '33, '34, and '35.

Tornadoes have touched Primghar in 1873; June 24, 1882 with considerable damage.

There was a 00 reward posted for anyone finding mineable coal reserves. There is an abandoned rock quarry a mile SSE of Primghar which was donated by the Tjossem family to Primghar in 1989 and is now known as Tjossem Park, a fishing area and public picnic/camp ground. Corn reached

Tornadoes have touched Primghar in 1873; June 24, 1882 with considerable damage.

There was a $1000 reward posted for anyone finding mineable coal reserves. There is an abandoned rock quarry a mile SSE of Primghar which was donated by the Tjossem family to Primghar in 1989 and is now known as Tjossem Park, a fishing area and public picnic/camp ground. Corn reached $1.63 per bushel; oats, $.80 per bushel and hogs, $0.17 per pound. In the depression years similar figures were: corn 9 cents at its worst; oats 5 cents; hogs 2 cents a pound. Combines and corn pickers replaced the cooperative threshing crews and hand corn picking.

Post World War I the crops were corn of the open pollinated type (not hybrid). Farm sizes began growing in order to pay for the new, expensive machinery.

Disasters in northwest Iowa include blizzards, tornadoes (or cyclones), droughts, insects (since this is a farm community) and poorly timed frost.

Prairie fires were once a threat but are no longer.

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Tornadoes have touched Primghar in 1873; June 24, 1882 with considerable damage.There was a $1000 reward posted for anyone finding mineable coal reserves. There is an abandoned rock quarry a mile SSE of Primghar which was donated by the Tjossem family to Primghar in 1989 and is now known as Tjossem Park, a fishing area and public picnic/camp ground. Corn reached $1.63 per bushel; oats, $.80 per bushel and hogs, $0.17 per pound. In the depression years similar figures were: corn 9 cents at its worst; oats 5 cents; hogs 2 cents a pound. Combines and corn pickers replaced the cooperative threshing crews and hand corn picking.Post World War I the crops were corn of the open pollinated type (not hybrid). Farm sizes began growing in order to pay for the new, expensive machinery.Disasters in northwest Iowa include blizzards, tornadoes (or cyclones), droughts, insects (since this is a farm community) and poorly timed frost.Prairie fires were once a threat but are no longer.

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Tornadoes have touched Primghar in 1873; June 24, 1882 with considerable damage.

There was a $1000 reward posted for anyone finding mineable coal reserves. There is an abandoned rock quarry a mile SSE of Primghar which was donated by the Tjossem family to Primghar in 1989 and is now known as Tjossem Park, a fishing area and public picnic/camp ground. Corn reached $1.63 per bushel; oats, $.80 per bushel and hogs, $0.17 per pound. In the depression years similar figures were: corn 9 cents at its worst; oats 5 cents; hogs 2 cents a pound. Combines and corn pickers replaced the cooperative threshing crews and hand corn picking.

Post World War I the crops were corn of the open pollinated type (not hybrid). Farm sizes began growing in order to pay for the new, expensive machinery.

Disasters in northwest Iowa include blizzards, tornadoes (or cyclones), droughts, insects (since this is a farm community) and poorly timed frost.

Prairie fires were once a threat but are no longer.

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Tornadoes have touched Primghar in 1873; June 24, 1882 with considerable damage.There was a $1000 reward posted for anyone finding mineable coal reserves. There is an abandoned rock quarry a mile SSE of Primghar which was donated by the Tjossem family to Primghar in 1989 and is now known as Tjossem Park, a fishing area and public picnic/camp ground. Corn reached $1.63 per bushel; oats, $.80 per bushel and hogs, $0.17 per pound. In the depression years similar figures were: corn 9 cents at its worst; oats 5 cents; hogs 2 cents a pound. Combines and corn pickers replaced the cooperative threshing crews and hand corn picking.Post World War I the crops were corn of the open pollinated type (not hybrid). Farm sizes began growing in order to pay for the new, expensive machinery.Disasters in northwest Iowa include blizzards, tornadoes (or cyclones), droughts, insects (since this is a farm community) and poorly timed frost.Prairie fires were once a threat but are no longer.

]].17 per pound. In the depression years similar figures were: corn 9 cents at its worst; oats 5 cents; hogs 2 cents a pound. Combines and corn pickers replaced the cooperative threshing crews and hand corn picking.

Post World War I the crops were corn of the open pollinated type (not hybrid). Farm sizes began growing in order to pay for the new, expensive machinery.

Disasters in northwest Iowa include blizzards, tornadoes (or cyclones), droughts, insects (since this is a farm community) and poorly timed frost.

Prairie fires were once a threat but are no longer.

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