The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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IF THESE MAMAS COULD ONLY TALK TO YOU (OUT STONEMO CRANITI -<. * nere's what they would say. ; • Be HUM to sprinkle flnb Stonemo , , on the mash the first three days. -'i v pM*rdt will help dean out the fntestinal tract of litter-keep ^ them frort pmsttasr tip. IVa just - AT about Mt important at mash those first days. ' '".-.V'.', , v - 2. From the fourth day until the wnd of three weeks keep the § rit hoppers filled with fin* tdnemo. An easy way la to us* Stonemo Hopper-Paks with the two'Way feeding trays. Ouf chicks are learning to grind their feed fine, and they (need the help of- Stonemo. •" After three weeks, it's time to -'switch sices 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 digestive systems. • Every day they must process . more and more feed. Stonemo "—"" "t can help, them, . A fl^H. ff_,.. i '; •>, . , At the end of six weeks' Stonemo size again. Soun foolish-but we mothers know These youngsters are up feathers, litter an Help them grind it so there is,. room for feed in the gizzards.* f^ojiwd to worry, about the cost ' ' TO THE STONEMO DEALER 6. So, ask your feed or pou supply dealer for Stonemo,' grit with the extra grin surfaces. There is no better value on,,the market/and , StVknow.^ P0iat ^ GRIT COMPANY, RICHEST, GREENEST SILAGE EVER! What a difference there is in grass silage treated with STA-FfcESH Sodium Bisul- fite! Sta-Fresh treated silage is definitely greener, sweeter, with no "silage stink!" It looks tastier, and it is. Cattle really clean it up! Thif better silage pay* big dividend* In free-feeding tests, cattle ate four times more treated silage than untreated. This means big gains in milk and beef. You cut losses from silage spoilage to a minimum. And you can put up good silage at high moisture levels. Low-cost, easy to u*e Just one 80-lb. bag of Sta-Fresh treats 10 tons of chopped grass. And Sta-Fresh is easy to apply at blower or field chopper. See your dealer today Make good, low-cost feed the "Sta-Fresh way" this year. You'll see the difference in richer, fresher, sweet-smelling silage ., . m high milk production or good weight gain at low cost. Order early to be sure of getting the sfllp. ply you need. General Chemical Division, Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, 40 Rector Street, New York 6, N. Y, Grass 51/099 Green/ FivfA/ Sweef-SmeWftg WATER HOLE By Bob Taylor POPLAR SENTINELS By Graver Brinkman

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