?; v 'VK*1S5W • ^'lyml 'W ,^fF -1C^ * ?*i. EGG PRODUCERS ARE MECHANIZING You can't do a good job of producing eggs without spending time in the laying house . . . but some jobs just take too long," say many Midwest poultrymen. By using bulk feed mechanical feeding systems, simplified egg handling methods' and new litter removal ideas in cleaning the house these egg men can handle more birds and give closer attention to correcting management problems before they get started. • .5"^i hoow you «,„ run ,h. „!!.« "J «99« will be right wh.r. you can lake o?«r ih. egg. in,o Ih. cooler Immidtol.™ " •- hou», u, in , o r eg u | a , floor * 9B " "" lo >""» W °" *° *• ™ Ml <"" lh< n » in " oll « d W:i New way to keep production up I^yi/^ Cycle Management Program helps you eliminate production-robbing problems and fight the setbacks they cause Tailor the program to your own conditions . . . your own birds . . . your own management tools. ' . Tl >e whole program is keyed to fighting egg-robbing stress conditions: Stress £° m *»** *»" Production it causes egg slumps and * This new program helps you pinpoint the stresses in your operation to " A»,~ ow - youre osi n8 «« And it utilizes Terramycin* to help fight slumps and setbacks following streis Avenue New York 17, New York Gentlemen: Tferramycin used continuously at low levels in the feed helps hens lay mo^J eggs on less feed per dozen. Terramycin at high levels in the feed when severe stresses attack, helps fight stress-caused setbacks from those dS- Sm 0 !.?!!" 1 ^ whkh « u *' Blue Comb, CRD and other problems. Send for FREE booklet and learn how to strega-rate your own flock Complete details are in the free booklet Develop a stress pattern for your flock arr»Sfe° Ur mana * e '"*nt program to get the best production during each per- lod of the laying cycle. i*"" 1 !* 1 Science for the world'* well-being, m 8i» of Uyinr •R*V»tend trad«Mrk (or oiyUtncycl [Mail this coupon today!
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