The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1959 · Page 30
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 18, 1959
Page 30
Start Free Trial

Pole-type sheds with aluminum or light colored siding and roofing reflect large amounts of heat. Under certain conditions temperature of these shelters may be as much as 20 degrees lower than the outside air. Shelters of this kind should be high enough to give plenty of air circulation. Much of the hot weather slump in milk,production can be prevented by reducing roughage and replacing it with grain. Too much fiber in the diet causes body temperatures and pulse rate to rise. More energy is used in controlling body temperature and less for producing milk. This dairyman is using a mechanical sprayer to apply a fine mist of fly repellent. It has a whirling blower which turns at 19,000 r.p.m. Be sure the mist particles are not less than 25 microns in size. Otherwise, enough inhaled by the operator and cows to be harmful. Using . a repellent rather than an ordinary insecticide gives long-time pro- tection'by repelling flies in the, pasture as welL as in the barn. A S*am!«u Polyethylene Sheeting Made in Clear or Sun-Resistant Black ntfexu. OunbU, lB«i(>.n.ire. Th. B..I Fol»(kyl<iu ShMtim Mmxy Pu Bur. Mult hrWwp Bco*., Chkno 61. IIL-l*ub. ISM. Orif iuun uxl Unmt l-iwliwm of nolle Hb«rtw« (or run UK. Jib tan TH MM«Wifl WIPUll«1 Dm l«U» W". 4-way action saves you money Insist on Carbola disinfecting white paint 1. Paints a clean white 2. Kills many disease germs 3. Keeps cobwebs down for months 4. Kills flies Mr. Clark is a graduate of Iowa State College. In cooperation with his father, Albert Clark, he raises annually 400 to 600 head of purebred registered Landrace hogs. In 1958, they had the Grand Champion Female in the National Landrace Breed Conference at Purdue. . - . • One easy spraying of CARBOLA gives dairy barns, poultry houses, hog pens—and home cellars—impor tant profit protection. Carbola gives a whiter and lighter interior. Contains strong disinfectant to kill disease germs causing tuberculosis, bronchitis, chicken and hog cholera, and mastitis. Carbola keeps cobwebs down for months — kills flies, fleas, lice and mosquitoes —and used as a dust, Carbola neutralizes ammonia fumes-. SAVE MORE MONEY RENT THE CARBOLA SPRAYER from your Farm Supply Dealer and spray Carbola yourself. Get labor-saving, money-saving Carbola today — it's the disinfecting white paint with four-way action. Carbola disinfecting white paint CARBOLA CHEMICAL COMPANY Natural Bridge, N, Y. Says Martin H. Clark of Kanawha, Iowa: "More gain on less feed" A Brand Name is a maker*s reputation BRAN ON AM E S JFO U N D ATI 0 N 437 FIFTHUvrNUE'NEw'YORK 16, N. Y. "I'm convinced that antibiotics are necessary for the efficient raising of hogs," eaya Mr. Clark. "Our registered purebred Landrace hogs have been raised with the help of AUREO- MYCIN® for the past three years. ' "AUREOMYCIN has proved its value to our swine-raising program by eliminating cervical abscesses (which mean a loss of several dollars per animal), "It has proved its value by reducing the amount of feed needed per 100 pounds of weight gain-from 17 to 23 less pounds of feed are required, "It has proved its value by controlling invisible aubclinical diseases, thereby minimizing the chances of serious infections getting a foothold in the herd. - "We're using AUREOMYCIN all the way through—in breeder stock feed at 25 grams per ton, in pig starter feed at 80 to 90 grams per ton, and in grower feed at 50 grams per ton." Following a program similar to Mr. Clark's can mean extra market returns for any hog producer) Ask your feed manufacturer or feed dealer today for swine feed containing AUREOMYCIN. American Cyanamid Company, Agricultural Division, New York 20, N, Y. AUREOMYCIN IN FORMULA FEEDS ®AUKEOMYCIN is American Cyanamid Company's trademark for chlortetracycline.

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free