producers tend to neglect their replacement chicks, devbte their full energy and resources to producing top « v? layers iooh become experts. Generally/, birds produced by pullet Qfdwers will be healthier, higher quality layers. - - Poultry studies In New York Indicate that costs of producing pullets range from $1.30 to $2.30 each. Before you decide whether to buy your pullets, figure what It costs to raise them yourself. In some cases a started pullet'Will be cheaper and of better quality. Also figure out how much added income you could make by switching brooding labor and facilities to egg production. Egg production is becoming a highly specialized business. Many producers _will -need to, expand in * coming years to maintain satisfactory profits. This "will leave less time to devote to raising chicks. Buying started pullets from another specialist may be the answer. It frees labor and buildings with which ' you could expand the laying .operation. New! FOR BETTER HAYMAKING Every farmer will want to know about these 3 new Allis-Chalmers tools for better haymaking: First is the rugged, no-pitman' Model 80-R tractor- mounted mower with TWIN-WHEEL balanced drive.- Second, the super-smooth, tractor-mounted No. 11 Parallel-Bar rake that moves the hay a snorter distance from swath to windrow . . . saves more leaves. Third, the No. 10 Model ROTO-BALER that makes weather-resistant round bales—non-stop. Now you can make hay"faster, yet save all of its leafy, nutritious goodness—with tools you will be ' proud to own. See your Allis-Chalmers dealer—today. Kay ', ** */ >*. tools /The/vaccination and general sanitation program used by the pullet grower is a very important, factor. Make sure you*are dealing with a -reputable businessman and experienced poul- .tryman, Also, keep your operation as free of disease as possible. NIW MOWER I Now you can have all the advantages of a No. 80-R no-pitman mower with TWIN-WHEEL drive and new bridge-built frame for maximum strength and rigidity. Glides through heaviest hay—cuts faster, cleaner. Quickly attaches to A-C tractors. Trail-type No. 7 mower fits all make tractors. START THEM RIGHT with "TEETH" of STONEMO GRANITE GRIT NIW RAKII The new No. 77—latest and best of the popular Parallel : Bar rakes. Attaches to AUls-ChaunerB tractor.with SNAP-COUPLE* hitch. HydrauUcaUy lifted and lowered. For teddingaTwell as raking-the trail-type No. "7. Operates with alf make tractors. • OINUINI AS 10W AS 1* SQ. f T, Pure Polyethylene Sheeting in Clear or Black COVERAtX to w.lw.proof, rot-proof. odd proof. ««« ftnibte at fiO< below. Merti FHAT«p«ci(ic«lioiH Durable innpwiiv* -«* B««( Polyethylene mon»y «n buy M«d« by $Kp Bre.., Chtoi«o SI, III.--Mown m IMartlw. WUn»>rili>li-Mm.n.lli»i "Paste-ups" and intestinal disorders can cause countless hours of trouble - even loss of chicks. You can help prevent these problems by feedin'g Stonemo before their first mouthful of feed. By giving your chicks "teeth" to grind even their first feed, you'll get them off to a better start-the kind of start that helps build strong gizzards, big, sturdy and more profitable birds. Tamil M Will II lut iml »tn.. Ui.. UfliMil Oi fw< Oe* tl h In It, M but* Mil W«"U «TH» U* U» «» NIW NO. 10 MODtt ROTO-IAIUI Offer* »U the advautagee of weath«wreeistant roun4 bales -with ion" top operation. Companion to the standard model-lowest priced big-capacity baler on the market. N AlUS-CHMMERS, FARM EQUIPMENT PIV1SIOH MIlWAUKEf J, WISCONSIN ALLIS-CHALMERS jloTo-D*LiiR, TWIN.WHKBI-, «n<J SNAI^COOPLBU are AlUi-Cb«li»er» tr*4emwta. Just follow this simple, proved program: Feed only .cracked grain, mixed with fine-size Stonemo the first 2 days. For the next 2 or 3 days, sprinkle a little Stonemo on top of the starter mash. Then supply Stonemo in clean hoppers, free choice. Get Stonemo when you order your feed. Have it on hand so you can make their first mouthful the "teeth" they need to grind even their first feed. It will pay off in added profits. If you want more facts, write: STONE MOUNTAIN GRIT COMPANY, INC., Lithonia, Georgia Stonemo's ~ extra grinding surfaces rip open the hard film surrounding the fine particles of feed inside, expose the nutrients to the digestive acids for good assimilation, Ottt •wgnllM 1 1 ll~l STONEMO GRANITE GRIT The Grit with the"EXTRA GRINDING SURFACES"
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