The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1959 · Page 25
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 25

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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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FEED EFFICIENCY AND EGG PRODUCTION. D.e.K^lb layers are bred for these key profit factors. RAPID GROWTH, FAST FEATHERING leads to large/unifoYm, thrifty pullets ready to lay at an early age. for GREATER PROFITS that can'lead to greater profits. And, DeKalb Science is continuing its search lor even ^tterThix and layers through its vast resources.of scientific "know-how," volume and fecmtii' DeKalb Chix have what it takes to make your poultry raising even more profitable. Try them for your next laying flock. , / x DEKALB AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION, INC. DEKALEf, ILLINOIS Commercial Producer^ A Blslributors of DeKalb Seed Corn ' • '. ^ DeKalb Chlx, A DeKalb Hy^hi^prahurn,^, ^,,;./«v f f.^^^^^'''^'^U,'t^'^'^^^'^' f :' ' ^ !? ! ^;/ ^^^^S^^M^S^ EARLY MATURITY is necessary for EGG SIZE AND QUALITY. Because of.careful breeding and thorough selection, DeKalb eggs have the size, s^ell strength, and interior qualities to make them ideal market eggs. And DeKalb layers are- bred to maintain this high.quality in eggs laid'through- out their laying cycles. '. .

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