The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Tuesday, May 10, 1960
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below '""* •"P° tur » °* » j| ««« I" boners and stacks, lot., may ^ i±y ,h w ld b. (.n.«! to l.~p IJV.....I. ow,. -*«f*-,-..f- ll -«-A«*^. Ui .™.™_., ____ -- __ • f * IS ^ " flllwl, PrM«rvotivM cart alto bt applied by iprvadlng th« proper amount ov«r *ach food JrSrflP*. Wfeilsk*?. r^^o^ be applied at the rate of T -> ^wm*$ Nggwir'S- For top quality silage you mutt do a good job of packing. If you don't pack silage tight enough to keep air out, the less desirable silage acids will form and you'll get spoilage and overheating. The packing here in the filling operation will help but you'll also need to keep another tractor busy by driving it slowly over the silage between loads. Make sure the rear wheels have good lugs. If you own a track-type tractor use it. It'll do a better job of packing than a wheel tractor. fast results with INJECTION B«nz«thin« penicillin Q and procaln* penicillin Q, Wy.th Forage put into trench and bunker silos must be cut at moisture levels as high as 75 to 80% so it can be packed properly. A good job of packing is far more important in a trench or bunker than an upright silo. However, when silage is stored at relatively high moisture levels, undesirable acids are likely to form and livestock may eat somewhat less than if it were more palatable. Because one in/ertibn frouufc (*» dual action, treatment time is cut-you save money. AVAILABLE: INJECTION BIOLLIN FORTIFIED joo, 150^00 unit, of BIQLUN and 150A» unit, of procaine penicillin G per cc., vials of 10 and 50 cc INJECTION BIOLLIN FORTIFIED 6OO TUBEX* JOO.OOO unit, 'of BlCILLIN and 300X«0 unit, of procaine penicillin G per i-cc. TUBEX-«terile needle unit. Ifyrfn Laboratonti Philadelphia I, Pa.

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