The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 43
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 43

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Thursday, February 14, 1957
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^ the clean .litter tfdor — *ftnother, starting season, . liters, tt Some Startling Statistics: .* b off dairy farmers reported calf scours in the PAST YEAR! 5"7.£5% of calf scours occurs in WINTER! 31.4% off calf deaths due to disease is caused by SCOURS! To Beat These Statistics: Bolus KAO-STREP with VITAMIN A (Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate unth Kaolin, Pectin, Alumina and Vitamin A) • Most dairy farmers don't need statistics to drive home the financial threat of calf scours. They do know, however, that they can rely on the effective, proved formula of BOLUS KAO-STREP with Vitamin A to cut losses, secure profits!. 3Vhy? Because BOLUS KAO-STREP provides Streptomycin to kill the calf scours "germ"; Kaolin, Pectin and Alumina to coat, soothe and protect the irritated intestinal lining; and Vitamin A to increase the animal's natural resistance to infection— to promote rapid healing of damaged intestinal walls and speed recovery, SIMPLE TO USE, PROVED EFFECTIVE (Also recommended' for enteritis in sheep, enteritis in swine, swine dysentery a^nd pig scours*) Protect your protft with Wyeth Products! AVAILABLE FROM YOUR ANIWAl HEALTH PRODUCTS SUPPLIER m HEALTH CHECK Do you thoroughly clean and scrape the house, then wash the feeders and founts? And disinfect the whole brooder house and equipment? Anybody can "get by" sometimes without a good clean-up, but disease will catch up sooner or later. Do you use a good purifying tablet in the drinking water for the first month? This inexpensive precaution may save a costly disease outbreak spread through drinking water. SUPPLIED: Package of 2 (single treatment) Package of 10 (multiple-dose) PbiNtlphia 1, ft, •Source; Hoard's Dairyman HEAT CHECK Do you run your brooder stove for a before chicks arrive, adjusting it to 90° with,the thermometer bulb 6 inches from the edge of the hover? Many folks start their chicks too warm, resulting in under- activity and ppor feed consumption, A small, constant flow of air also is import" ant to keep the chicks well supplied with oxygen. Reduce the temperature 5° per week down to 6Q 9 ,

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