The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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There's nothing like fishing in or near white water, whether it's a small river or great thundering' falls. Scenery, the sun, peace and quiet provide much of the fun of fishing, don't they? You and your partner settle into an outboard motorboat and move to where set-backs and lily pad clusters offer sources of food and shelter for black bass. Many fish eaters say perch and walleyes are the best eating. Perch almost always bite for yoyng and old. Walleyes blow hot and cold, sometimes waddling around like fat cattle and spurning lures .and bait and other times biting like crazy. NEW DISCOVERY IN GRIT FEEDING! Feed larger size grit earlier—get more eggs from less feed Study the photographs above. They show you how the correct size Stonemo Granite Grit helps grind out more eggs from every feed dollar. Pullets were fed a mash-grain ration and killed at 22 weeks. Gizzard contents were removed and dried. Note gizzard-dogging fiber, feathers and litter in photo-marked "no grit"; observe improvement with even wrong-size grit Finally, see how correct-size grit has ground ("chewed up") gizzard contents into .tiny particles. Gizzard is kept dear for more growth- producing feed, more of vital feed nutrients are released from their tough cellulose capsules. FIBER INTAKE GREATER FOR BIRDS ON RANGE. When pullets are on range, fiber intake is even more of a problem. Starting with the 7th week make sure your birds get coarse-size Stonemo for maximum feed conversion, for faster growth, and later to produce more eggs from every pound of feed. FREE I Send for new booklet HOW TO GET MORE EGGS OR MEAT FROM YOUR FEED. "Important reading for every poultryman. STONE MOUNTAIN GRIT COMPANY, Inc. Urhoota, Georgia STONEMO th.GritwM A. EXTRA GRINDING SURFACES always get Brands that have made a Name for themselves ^GETRIDOFRATS V«V MVf* 9 BIM9V *V *>V MM V**l*wif • • » anyone can use dean, odorless d-CON! Don't (table wHh tat tt diwd dimiM known to b* etrrted by nti *nd ntoe. Bad property low. food ronUmlmtion mnd ride of Am ouwd by then vidow rodut*. Follow rimptodincUou «ad d-CON !• «[• to MM uonod children ud your favoriu c*t or dot, y*t pa «fl««T» it ridi your proptrty M r»U ud mlot totvnr, Why d-CON exclusive blend LX3-2-1 works whore traps and poisons fail R»U ut KMrt. A* won H oo» or two w» oofht HOW TO END "SILAGE STINK"! For the t reshest, greenest, sweetest-smelling silage you've ever had, just use STA-FRESH Silflge-GradeSo- dium Bisulfite. You profit in ao many ways: No mar* "»lla«« *»lnk" Sta-Presh treated grass silage stays sweet-smelling. No offensive silage odor to contaminate milk ... get in hair and clothes. CaHl* flourish on IK Sta-Presh treated silage is extra high in carotene (Vitamin A), sugar, digestible dry matter, and total digestible nutrients (TON). Independent feeding tests prove cattle prefer it ... eat up to four lime* more than untreated silage! Pay* tor IfMlf . . . tfoltvm profit* b**id«tl Sta-Fresh treated silage makes for big gains in milk and beet. Losses from silage spoilage are reduced to a minimum. You can put up good silage at high moisture levels. And you're neter short of fresh,. green forage! Economical, easy to An 80-lb. bag of Sta-Fresh treats 10 tons of grass silage. Easy to apply at blower or field chopper. See your dealer today! General Chemical Division, Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, 40 Rector Street, New York 6, N. Y. £VM mm ECU* Keeps Grass Sffage Green, 9 IflTKEMl Frosh, Sweet-Smelling SKAOC-ORADE SODIUM tlSULFITf FOR TOP PROFIT YIELDS YOU NEED engineered irrigation The high-dollar irrigation farmer uses a system tailored to his land. Any other kind costs more to install and more to operate. You can assure yourself of reliable engineering by specifying Alcoa® Aluminum Irrigation Pipe for your system. Dealers in Alcoa Pipe have the services of qualified irrigation engineers available to give you proper advice and counsel on equipment you buy through them. Your reliable dealer in brand-hew, low-cost Alcoa Lite-Line or heavy- duty Alcoa Standard Irrigation Pipe features complete irrigation systems which are best adapted to your area. He has. the right pumps, couplers, risers and sprinkler heads to provide sound profitable irrigation for you. Equally important, his service facilities always are available when you need them. Look for the distinctive Alcoa markings on Alcoa Pipe. Ansel R. Shorter, who farms 240 acres at Evans, Washington, has been getting five times more alfalfa and three times more wheat per acre since he installed a portable irrigation system using Alcoa Standard Irrigation Pipe. Your Gvfcfo to the Bint in Aluminum Vo/we O S«nd Information about Akoa AlMmlnvm farm Roofing. 0 $*"<* Wormatkxi about Atoo Akmknmi Farm Goto. Aluminum Company of America 2157.F Alcoo tuUding, Pittsburgh 19, Ptnmylvonia H«M« wnd »• D Afow'i Two Gnat Irrigation Up*, now brodwrtj Q UptKnn »e frolH, bookWt. * N«M- Ctty end S*9t«_ Q FARMER O DEAUR Q STUDENT

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