The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 34
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 18, 1957
Page 34
Start Free Trial

I Nation's farmers report 0n1956 corn yields 5442 Farmers from 33 states and Canada report yields which average 112.45 bu. per acre American fanners have the "knack" of producing good, high yields of corn. Although Brought did hurt corn yields in some areas?5442 3S 5?tateS "" ic r selected 7? ^ •**• - the 1956 Corn Growing. Contest DeKalb CLA7M " a National Corn Cha^xonshipasn't a simple ^tter. but Carl of Brighton, assisted .by irrigation, got~thS ^ e •"^•Colorado farmed fo win Sel « cted **«• Corn lowing Contest, produced a phenomenal yield of 219 43 oushels per jtcre. • ~ - -- — r — 99 IOWA counties represented, the average L ' contest was 121.01 farmers in the '56 And weather conditions varied Corn is t . i ment of last year's champion team from Hertert Soark and Paul Newcomer aPFRQXIMATELY 68:nnn good "farmers in the U S & .Canada have participated' inT)eKalb Selected 5-Acre .Corn Growing Contests during the. last 18 u ^of corn to the acre throughout this ^decades . ; . a tribute to careful plans! tr anag€ ' Beilt »» a -«»«l selection o? Sod Seed Corn varieties, . PRACTICE RUM By Lwma Photos Sensational Baler Deal! APRIL SHOWER By Henry Rademaker Figures show average state yields of all contestants the nane " John per acre on his Selected 5-Acre contest plot. MORE when so i so man y eK ^ Champs" average 148.02 bushels of corn per acre as he 196 S ' NORTO OF TOE BORDER you'll f ind pr O fit- yields of Defelb Corn. too. Thisyear's St wh^ g , ^ ^ R ° land Belaa ^-. Chatham. Ont.. who had a yield of 130.62 bushels ger acre. |P|_B2RDER_Tp_BpRDER and coast to coast you'll find farmers who depend upon well-adapted DeKalb Com varieties to "come throu^foTthlS yifrlfte year. To determine what kind of corn yields ?armfrs of your area can obtain with DeKalb 's adapted varieties, check the informative map above, showing average state yields in the '57 cutest. All yields were made on selected 5-acre Contest Plots DEKALB AGRICULTURAL ASSN., INC. Commercial Producers & Distributors of DeKalb Seed Corn DeKalb Chi* &>DeKalb Hybrid Sorghum. DEKALB. ILLINOIS SIESTA By A. M. Wettach NUT PINE By Harvey Caplin MIBS -AND KIDS By 0. V. Gordon Farm-Size Baler with Sure-Tie Knotter . .OverheadFeed ... Economy Price ...Easiest Terms Ever! .V««r Case I}} Bale without bother! Owners report Case sure-tie knotters go a thousand bales and more without a miss. New farm-size 133, shown above, has full 26-inch stroke; makes firm, well-formed 14x18 bales; pushes them out fast. Has big-baler features such as overhead feed, yet is a marvel of simplicity, lightweight and low cost. See it now at your Case Take your pick of PTO or engine drive. Case balers ... the big-tonnage 14x18 Model 140 and big-bale 16x18 Model 160 ... now are available with more powerful Case axial-flow air-cooled engine. Also with PTO drive or V-type engine. Choice of twine tie or wire tie that tuck* ends down, leaves no slack, no clippings. Chops Fast without Choking Windrow Pick-Up Crop Farmers like the clean, uniform cut they get with Case Forage Harvesters and the small power required per ton of capacity. Freedom from clogging, also wins praise. There's an economy 4-fcnife standard-cut model, another with 6-knife wheel, full-range cut. Both take all of the four quick-change crop heads, including corn harvester that husks ears, saves kernels, chops stalks. AHavaiiable with swivel spout controlled from tractor. & C fcl - SPRING SONG By LuomaPhotos * AUIS-CHALM ERS New Case Crop-Way Purchase Plan enables you to get moneysaving machines when you need them, make later payments when you have money coming in. Get details from your Case dealer J. I. CASE '•I- CASE COMPANY • RACINE, WISCONSIN ^™^ a ™ i £?,*. mo 5 e P«>fi»ble business when you Mail for the Full Story . . I I I D New 133 baler, 14x18 f-J D HO balers, 14x18 Q Name_ Address 160 balers, 16x18 Forage harvester! several do ys / onger e sgs or meat " STfkftir .. "y wore mamas

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free