The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 18, 1957
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Farming steps years ahead 80' auger is used to feed 105 steer* on northern Illinois farm. Corn and cob meal are dumped into hopper above the electric motor, which drives the auger. Amount of feed distributed can be controlled by raising or lowering the 9" auger. New fortified feeds are helping poultrymen to raise chicks faster. Of course, these feeds cost quite a bit, so don't fill the-feeder so full that the vitamins are "billed" on to-the floor, and last. From one-half to three- fourths full is best. ABOUT STONEMO NEW dynamic D-14 tractor with exclusive new Power Director New Low-Line, High-Crop design and an exclusive new way of directing power and speeds at will— The Dynamic D-14 introduces a new tractor concept! * New Power Director gives you 8 speeds ahead. Quick-shift to high or low range on the go.'.. operating with constant-speed, live PTO. You've never experienced anything like it! * New Roll-Shift front axle spaces front wheels without blocks or jacks. And naturally, the original Power-Shift rear wheels, too! Power Steering if you want it. * New Enclosed Hydraulic System . . . new "Range Selector for TRACTION BOOSTER system controls traction weight on rear wheels, automatically. * New Easy-Ride seat brings an entirely new feeling of comfort and security. Roomy platform lets you step up easily and stand safely. * New D-14 cultivator is easily mounted. Gangs roll in like a rubber- tired wheelbarrow. Rear-mounted implements interchange with WD and WD-15 Tractors. SNAP-COUPLER hitch—of course! Try the power of the Dynamic D-I4's j new POWER-CRATER engine. Here Li 3-plow farming with a brand new get- ahead feel. Step aboard — at your Allis-Chalmers dealer. ,~. here 1 * what taey would say. Besure tosprmklefineStonemo ontnemashtheftrst three day*. Stonemo Granite Grit in chick -gfaiawfa, win; %fa, f trim out the fatestnag tMctSK Bttwr-faty tbemtftwHpast&eupt, ItS Jnat rtont «a important a»m«att tm>B» tost days. Fro» tfi» fg«rtfc Ajp cod off t*re» week* AIUS-CHAIMHS. FAIM EQUIPMENT DIVISION. MIlWAUKtE I. WISCONSIN Stops the eye! New ease in farming! I SNAF-COUHLEH. TRACTION BOOSTKK •nil POWKK-CKATEK One of the best things a pouTtryman can do during hot weather is to gather eggs in wire baskets and place them in a cool, moist place for keeping. Egg qualify can then be maintained several days longer. Engineering in action . After tiree weeks, lifetime to switch sizes of Stonemo. Don't wait Get the medium size Stonemo to them quickly. They are- really growing- now. and must develop muscular gizzards and strong 1 digestive systems. Every day they must process more and more feed. Stonemo Granite Grit can help them. . Stonemo size again. Soundw foolish-but we mothers know. These youngsters are pickine up feathers, litter amjfibec. Help them grind; it so there i» room for feed; int. the gizzards. The good feed* you buy cannot do its full! job if there is nofe gizzard space for processing'. •*• No need to worry about the cost of Stonemo Granite Grit. It's lessthan H* per bird permonth. You get this cost back many times in better feed efficiency and health, and eventually more eggs or meat. on the market, and STONE MOUNTAIN GRIT COMPANY, INC. Lithonra, Georgia I our history.

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