Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 8, 1944 · Page 26
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 8, 1944
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-·^r 14 M a s o n C i t y G l o b e - G a z e t t Maximum results are assured in the feed lot wilh. Mutlins ' Hybrid corn.'Livestbck feed- r ers find Mullins, mellow, soft staf ch type of corn is readily consumed, white the splendid quality grain, high in feeding- value assures more gain per unit of feed. . Muliins Hybrid Cora Co. COR WITH, IOWA High Grade Sweet Corn Now Ready Ames -- Developed in an attempt to grow a high quality early hybrid with a bigger ear, an improved form of logold Early golden sweet corn hybrid is being released for planting this year by the vegetable crops subsection' of the agricultural experiment station of Iowa State college. Included,-among otKer sweet corn hybrids suggested by E. S. Haber, Iowa State college horticulturist, for spring planting in Iowa is Golden Country Gentlemen, a. late yellow corn. Haber estimates its cutting percentage at 40 to 45 per cent of the total car, compared to 35 or 36 per cent for some other varieties. logreen 16, -'a narrow - grain type of Evergreen hybrid, has been tried commercially by Iowa PHIL R. SHE1MO AUCTIONEER Livestock and selling experience for 20 years. FERTILE. tOWA PHONE 619 canners. It has a large ear and high cutting percentage and is one of the best late white Evergreen types. loans, an older hybrid, has a considerable degree of resistance to corn ear worms. logent 27, another older hybrid, good for canning purposes, is slightly more hazardous to grow, giving poorer results when the weather is unfavorable, Haber said. ATTENTION FARMERS Get your tractor ready for Spring work NQW-- · We have all sizes of front and rear TRACTOR TIRES IN STOCK NOW Stop injafnd get our information on rationing YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE Will Raise More Wheat in Midwest Chicago--The war food administration's call for a 14 million acre increase in 1944 wheat seed- ings will be effectively answered in the "breadbasket" states of the middle west, according to a statement made public here by the. middle, west soil improvement committee. 'New war food goals call for a 68,000,000 acre planting of wheat next year, compared with J943's toial of 54,159,000 acres," says the statement. "The bulk of this increase will be accounted for by middlewestern farms. "But increased acres alone, will not insure the'wheat-produc- fion gain so vitally needecT at present. The best farming methods must be employed to-obtam more .bushels per acre. That is why the matter of fertilizer is so important. Carefully recorded tests have shown that increases of 8 to 10 bushels per acre have resulted from the use of "fertilizer on midwestern farms." RE-TREADING No Rationing Certificate Needed to Get Your Tire Retreaded. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Grade III Tires We have all sizes of Grade 111 Tires in Stock. Many Cull Hens Going Out and More Need to Midwestern poultry flock owners are now culling their flocks heavily, reports Ralph Baker, Iowa State college extension poultry marketing specialist. During October, November and December, poultry markets received about 25'per cent more old hells than during the same months a year earlier. Culling must continue^ Baker states. On Dec. 1, 1943, Iowa had 1,700,000 more hens than on Dec. 1, 1942. Overcrowding, resulting in high death losses and fewer eggs per hen, is more'of a problem now than at any 1 other time since the - outbreak of war and expansion of the" poultry raising industry. Death of hens arid lowered production due to overcrowding, is money · wasted. Each hen t h a t dies represents many pounds of- feed and 4 or 5 pounds of meat lost. Leghorn · hens need 3. square feet or more of floor space, arid general purpose breeds require 3M square feet. They can get this amount of space if the owner will ma ket all small, underdeveloped pullets, hens with Jight eyes and those that-are now molting. - The co-operation of every homemaker in saving fat either for further use in the kitchen or for the production of munitions--is needed to collect 3 hundred million pounds of fat. That is the goal which has been set for the coming year. Supplements Not Needed for Finish Ames--Livestock feeders can place good to choice beef cattle on the market at'the end of a regular feeding period even without .using those badly needed and hard to get protein supplements, asserts C. C. Culbertson ot the animal husbandry staff of Iowa State college. Cattle fed on good quality'born and legume hay can show plenty of finish at market time to qualify for good to tow choice cattle. Tests at Iowa State college show that a ration containing silage for the most of the roughage should include a protein supplement . · Cattle fed a ration not including protein supplements will probably not qualify for top grades, for they do not have the extra finish that goes with prime cattle." In normal times a differential of from ?0c to SI .is paid for top grade cattle, but today no such marked gradient exists, thus making low supplement feeding profitable. In starting a strawberry bed, use only strong, deep-rooted plants from last year's runners for spring planting. Such plants have straw-colored, rather fleshy roots, in contrast" to the black, wiry roots of older plants. Strawberry plants may be dug from the home garden patch if the plants are healthy. S T O R E S 122 SO. FEDERAL PHONE 766 To Solve the Farm Help Problem: MEET YOUR NEW "HIRED MAN" E L E C T R I C I T Y E LECTRICAL power is now available to him-.-, drecfs of farms in this community at low'- cost-- t That is every P. G. E.--served farm own- ferVsignal to investigate the electrical equipment essential to more ecoripmrcal and efficient ' operation of his form. ' ·-- In the horjie, in the dairy, in the granary, the work-shop,'all about the place, learn how useful this new hired man--ELECTRICITY-can be to .your" Whatever your production problem. Electricity is your low cost answer. It'll do the job quicker and better, too. Let P. G. E. or your : Electrical Dealer help you. Stop in and talk it over at your earliest convenience. ·ELECTRIC FEED MILLS work automatically, need only one operator. ·ELECTRIC BROODING equipment for constant temperature--safe, low-cost operation. ·ELECTRIC CREAM SEPARATOR CHURN effortless and economical. ·AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC PUMP provides water to any part »f farm honse or barns. ·ELECTRIC LAUNDRY and kitchen equipment for the small or larfe farm. "·ELECTRIC MILKERS for waste-free, sanitary milk- t»« »t rva raws. . ·ELECTRIC COOKING releases the ._ wife fnm, wefess 9*-w*teh- ine--*tves her nwre time f»r ·ther farat duties. COMPANY Serving North Central Iowa's Cities, Towns and Farms

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