The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

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Earl Weber her* it showing us the big steel bulk bint that are located above the hog feeders on the floor below. In thit setup feed it elevated to mow level and then conveyed to the bulk bint. A simple tteel thutter it uted to drop feed into any one of the bulk bint desired. If various aged pig* are being fed different rations, the tame distribution unit can be uted to move the feed to the right bin without major adjustments. Here are tome of Weber's hogt eating from hit homemade feeder. Note how the tteel bin directs feed right into the feeder. A few seconds a day is all that's needed to tee that the hogt are fed. Gravity does the job. Thit setup it simple and low cost, yet saves Weber a lot of time compared to when he wat feeding by old methods which required a lot of hand labor. Here's a pasture hog operation in northern Illinois that permits growing out several hundred hogt a year with very little labor and back work. Com it placed in these self-feeding cribs right at harvest time. It takes very little labor to . do the feeding. Cribs are mounted on platformt to they can be pulled from place to place when empty. The small covered building at the left of the center crib is for protein supplement. At right is a big water tank that can be quickly filled by gravity from a big wagon. On thit farm it it supplied by a sand point with a gasoline engine. The use of high moisture com has become quite commonplace on many farms. The biggest asset it harvesting ease. It works well on farmt with proper equipment. By throwing a twitch thit farmer lets electricity feed hit hogt in jutt a few minutes. An inclined auger moves the corn out of an airtight silo into the bulk bin for auger distribution along the full length of the feeder. THESE POULTRYMEN PRODUCED EGGS ON LESS THAN "SB , KB ,-'a 4 PER • fc H slThe results reported here are only • few from the hundreds of poultrymen who produce eggs on less then 4 Ibs. of Wayne* Egg Feeds per dozen. With good management and feeding practices such as these, your poultry operation can show a good return the year 'round. Right now, with the poultry situation improving, it's even more to your advantage to get the "More For Your Money" benefits of Wayne Egg Feed programs. Read what these Wayne feeders say; ILLINOIS: Robert Amundson. Somonauk, "I am feeding over 19,000 leghorns, and my 1K9 records show one dozen eggs produced on slightly under 4 Ibs. of feed. I believe that today's small chicken must have a high power feed to produce eggs at a high rate. Wayne Poultry Mixer and corn supply such a ration at a reasonable price." IOWA: Lavern Osterson, Paton, 6,000 birds. Three months after coming into production they were averaging 744 per cent production. "I get one dozen eggs with 3.9 pounds of Wayne Complete Egg Feed cost per dozen says Osterson. See your nearby Wayne Dealer or sales representative and start getting "More For Your Money" with Wayne Egg Feeds. ALLIED MILLS, INC. Bulldort of Tomorrow'* Fooo*... To4*yl Krums. is only 14.14" The Air-CtriitiiM. Sbemi liters this baseball "SPECIAL"... ytir reserve! seat te ay Chicaft CUBS •r WHITE SOX bene fine. GET YOUR ickets O AM CHICAGO MAJOR LEAGUE BALLGAME Rttmt your *fa/or Uo*te liebf to «ny 1MO Cafeayo Wkit. Sox or ^^ *« Mat to any CM* or Whit* S*x w j&vtefr SMttf MM rttfc ME TICKET. Ml* TWW ICMttll BjNfc TM TICKETS, »I|M oW Aa^Miaw 4^» wv •OTVtWTf /fjr tANOCHfH CUilC A toSAllE $TS. CHICAGO . Tilialiuii.. Ft MKM VACATION in COOL COMFORT al Wuoonsn'i Ma>t Famous Vaortionlcmd RMort—Newly Remod«Ud ond RKteccratod Golf, Swimming. Booling. Tmuiic Riding, SkMl& Trap Shooting. \ EiwU.nl Food. Cocktail Lounge (] —Dancing and Entattainment Lowe* oolkn count in the US A MVt COUMI AV«. IMkSI. MMMHKH

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