The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 42
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 42

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Thursday, February 14, 1957
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FOR tHICKENS? When you more than double the »!ze of flock to 500 laying hens, you Increate profit for the year to $800 on up to $1,250. Fbrm ttudie* thow that it doesn't take a lot more time to care for the bigger poultry ^project. So a bigger flock makes a better return per hour of chore time. With 200 you should make $1.50 an hour. With 500, you can increase return to $2.50 per hour. Just how much money should you make from poultry in 1957? That, of course, depends on size of flock, how many eggs you get and whether you get top grade price. If you -have a flock of 200 hens that do pretty well, they should return a labor profit of $2.00 to $2.50 a hen above all costs for chicks, growing feed, laying feed, your own grain and other costs. A flock of 200 should clear $400 to $500. Size alone will not turn a poultry flock into one of the better.pgying enterprise! on the farm. You must have high production. Start with a strain of chicks capable of laying at least 200 eggs per bird yearly preferably 225 to 230 flock average. The good hybrids and best egg-strain pure* bred* will do it — when fed good rations from day old right through the laying year. When you save time, you eave money . . . Plow 2% More Acres a Day with overlapping gear speeds 300 PKCOS lilUilill TMAVCU SPEEDS You make man-hours pay more when you power your field jobs with the 3-plow Case 300. You never lose .time poking along in a gear too low,'never overload the engine in a gear too high. The Case system of overlapping gear speeds keeps engine power and ground travel in perfect balance. If the soil is mellow, you shift from 4th to 5th gear and plow 2% acres more in a day. If the soil is hard or sod too tough for 4th, you drop to 3rd and still plow 86 percent as much. . Besides this great time-and-money saving benefit, advanced Case engineering gives you '-, LP-gas, di Your Case Dealer a choice of engines for gasoline, dilate or diesel that lowers fuel costs; duo- control hydraulics for instant, accurate implement control; and speedy 3-point Eagle- Hitch with auto* ti ftt*i'^"y stabilized depth and traction. demonstration Off the 9-plOW CASE BOO right on your own farm COM *1vot-A<HM Ptow* mount in a minute or less on 3. point Eagle-Hitch, truck true on contour*, cut full width on curves, run at even depth by nesting action. Breakaway U q. couples oo striking stone, recouplcs by backing tractor. It bCAff COMPANY e •ACINI, WISCONSIN You make farming » more profitable businets when you choose and use fulMioe Owe tractors, bater*, combines, and other machines. I I I I for the Time-Saving Facts Mail d»i» COOPQO. In w ibew rov bow ttw 9-ptow GSM 500 WM yon op for (avion, how the Cat* Oop-Ww Plan leu yon buy aow. J. 1. Caw Co., Dej*. B-707, Wi* O 3-plow Caw JOO o 6-plow CaH 600 O 4-plow Caw 490 D Wommi piev* Nam«__ , , A<tdm»- I I I I • _ _ I

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