The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 36
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 36

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1957
Page 36
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This is a picture of a healthy udder. It is clean, pliable, and fully extended with milk. It is just as important to watch the health of your herd's udders as it is to watch the health of the animals themselves. Dairymen generally agree that it is wise to grow their own replacement heifers. In fact, bankers and other agricultural financiers say that a major cause of farm failures is that operators fail to provide replacement livestock. Be sure to breed replacement heifers that produce higher and more efficiently. • Warm water not only cleans loose dirt and material from the cow's udder, but. it stimulates her to'let down milk for a complete "milk harvest" every time she comes into the milking stall. Dairy cows love kindness and affection, and pay for it by increased milk production. Every dairyman knows that shouting and banging' cause fear or a mental disturbance which reduces the milk output. Of course, the feeling of congeniality goes deeper than this. One farmer said that if you want to be a good dairyman, be sure and have the right wife. Making Money with Soybeans COLLY, JOE, WITH ALL THESE CHOP SURPLUSES WHATlS THE USE OP FARMING? THE DEMAND FOR SOYBEANS GETS BIGOER EVERY YEAR. THEY'RE EASY ON YOUR LAND, AND EASY TO GROW-IP YOU KNOW THE SECRET. MY SOYBEAN SECRET IS NITRAOtM INOCULATION.ONLY NITRAMN IN THE BRIGHT ORANGE PACKAGE GUARANTEES THE BACTERIA COUNT. BILLIONS OP NITRACIN NITROGEN-FIXING BACTERIA ARE REAL. NITROGEN INSURANCE. LOOK AT THAT STAND! THOSE BIG NITROGEN-FIXING NODULES I YOU'LL MAKE AS MUCH MONEY AS i oo. MITftAGItrt GUARANTEED BACTERIA COUNT PAYS BIG ON SOYBEANS AND AU. OTHER LfCUMfS. Sendf Soybean Leaflet THE 3891 W. Cu.ter Avt. MllwauKw 9, Wit. Photo* taken at lay-by HUM an Hw tarn* farm Build YIELD-POWER equal to inches more of good topsoil Three bags of Blenn per acre are equal to the available nutrients in about one inch of good topsoil over the same area. So make your land as productive as you want it. Good corn land is rich in available nutrients and the same nutrients are found in Blenn. Aim for higher corn yields . . . it's better than more acres. Blenn is made especially for corn and other grains In this area—for local soils and conditions. It supplements the natural nutrients in your soil, so that your crop has every element needed for highest production. And Blenn is made by Swift's exclusive FLO-FUSION process which packs each particle with fertility . . . assures balanced feeding of every plaftt. Now build your income by building the Yield-Power of your soil. . . use Blenn this yean Swift's new FLO-FUSION process pack* each particle of plant food with supercharged Yield-Power High-quality liquid plant foods are injected into dry materials in a revolving FLO-FUSION processing chamber at Swift's Plants. Millions of individual chemical reactions convert raw materials into chemically-hitched plant food, drying the particles as they are formed. Only Swift makes plant food by the FLO-FUSION process. PUNT FOOD PIVIMON, Calvmtt City and National Stock Yordi, IIDna|» MU»9n City, l«wa • M«di»»n, Wl»c<m»in , Cl«v*land and Gr*tnviHf, Okie

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