The article which follows by Mr. Wichers, although particularly applicable to farmhouses in Kansas, contains many suggestions applying in general to farmhouse problems. Grazing, wheat and corn growing, diversified farming, dairying, truck farming, and poultry farming require a variety of farmhouse plans. Also there are no two farms or farm families with identical requirements. Mr. Wichers states in regard to the planning for the many types of farming: "Such variety immediately makes clear to anyone at all acquainted with small-home architecture that a wide range of farm-home designs is necessary to solve so many problems. There can be no farmhouse that will suit all men who raise only wheat or who raise only chickens or who do diversified farming. How utterly impossible it is to make a standard house fit such a variety of interests as is possible on the farm!"