The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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Tuesday, May 10, 1960
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THE HEART OF YOUR FUTURE DAIRY HERD Young calves should be separated from the mother cow as soon as she is in milking condition. Either whole milk or a'commercial milk replacer will give you more control over the calf. This young man is checking the tern- perature of the milk before feeding it to the calves. .It's best to have temperature between 90 and 100 degrees F. Start out by feeding up to six pounds to each calf daily, divided into'two feedings. This can grad-' ually be increased until at about three weeks of age the calf is receiving one pound of milk or milk replacer daily for each ten pounds of body weight. The Farmhand Morrill Rake... best raUra-lowest RAKES CLEAN AND GENTLE at any speed, requires very little power to pull it...and the Farmhand Merrill Rake costs less to buy, much less to maintain. It's as simple as an implement can get, with no PTO, no gears, belts, or pulleys. No damage from rocks. This wheel-type rake puts more food value in the windrow because its gentle action and slow hay travel reduce leaf shatter. Windrows are fluffy, even-drying. And, by using just the rear two wheels, this rake is unexcelled as a windrow turner. It can also be used to spread out windrows for drying. Get a demon- > stration of this amazing rake. You have to see it inaction to really appreciate its superiority over all others. RAKES CLEAN on rough or uneven ground . railing wheels follow ground contours to get all th » toy under all conditions. No slipping or sliding on atop*, no skipping of low spots. Unlike •ny *>t*»«»r rake, it may be offset as much as 8' £i th ?_? ld ?. to J lvoid «>nn»ng on unraked hay. Only two adjustments; tongue position and raking ****\. I"*™"**- Optional wind shields prevent even light hay from scattering while raking under windy conditions. • MODELS AND COMBINATIONS to fit every raking need. Basic M-5 unit takes 7U' swath M-6 is adjustable from 6'9« to 10'6". Two units may be joined to form V-type rake or giant 15' tandem rake. Hydraulic wheel control kit is op- tonal. Transport is easy, at regular road speeds Ask your Farmhand dealer foT. • Farmhand FIRST IN fAHM MATERIALS HANDLING INFORMATION I Write THE FARMHAND COMPANY Dept. RG-50 f Hopkins, Minn. Send free MorriH lake booklet G I am a student, send special material D Nowe_ '. Address. Tow. -State.

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