The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 12, 1943 · Page 28
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January 12, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 28

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14 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Increase in Balanced Ration Ups Production The amount of grain which an Iowa dairyman can afford to feed his cows this winter will depend to some extent upon the price fie is able to get lor his whole milk, says Dwight Espe, Iowa State- college dairy specialist. Those wlio can get S2.50 per hundred pounds for their milk can afford to feed at least 10 per cent more grain this winter than thpse who receive $1.75. Good cows can be forced to produce 15 to 20 per cent more milk than normal by special feeding. Special feeding, in this case, means giving a generous amount of a balanced ration, Espe says. For instance, dairymen who are feeding 5 pounds of corn a day plus all the fodder and timothy hay a cow will eat, can add as much as 10 pounds more corn and it won't boost her production significantly. On the other hand, adding a pound or two of soybeans will work wonders because soybeans are high in protein. Labor shortage is now the greatest handicap to increasing dairy production as asked for in 1943. Livestock AUCTION THURSDAY, JAN. 14 GARNER, IOWA SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1 P. M. 450 --.CATTLE -- 450 Advance listing of stackers and feeders for this week's Auction include: 35 choice Hereford steers from Cottonwool], Mont., \vt. 825 Ibs. I Balance of the run will be native steers and heifers including: 25 good Shorthorn steers weighing 1,000 Ibs. 20 Shorth'orn steers weighing 750 Ibs. Also many small lots of good to choice Shorthorn W F and Angus steers and heifers that will Io a real good job in anyone's reed lot. Usual good run of springer cows, springing heifers, bre.edmg bulls, butcher stock, veal calves, etc, 150 __ HOGS -- 150 Good selection of native feeder pi g s of all weights and breeds also bred sows and good breeding boars. NOTICE: We have customers for any class of hoes you may consign. Feeder pigs brinsr unusually good prices. Still a good Thu^sdt S °° d breeding boars. Bring in your surplus this SHEEP: Demand is good for sheep of any kind. Get full market value for your fat lambs, feeder lambs, breeding ewes or bucks by bringing them to Garner on Thursday. HORSES: We are selling a few good work horses every week Buyers here on Thursday for killer horses. MR. FARMER LIVESTOCK DEALER: This Auction with its many competitive buyers offers yon the best available market TIIE STOCK *" WE Each and Every Consignment is Given My Personal Attention ED C. BUNTENBACH GARNER SALES CO. Garner is located on highways 18 and 69 and 20 miles west of Mason City' FARMERS! You wil[ hove o bigger crowd . . . the bidding wilt be brisker . . , and you wiil get more money for your property . . -. if you advertise your in the Mason City GLOBE-GAZETTE Stop in ot the office . . . ond we'll help you prepare your Public Sale advertisement. The BRIDE Santa Helps Out With Mistletoe fen helped out with the mistletoe so that Lieut. Don Popper, Mrs P · . f T P , dayS a , ft « the clllb h«» Presented to them a wedding gif£ p ^T" 5 *"* P1 f s *nt Ridge party, too. She met Lieutenant Poppen at Forrest, Tenn., where both he and her father are officers? They were married W, b3?V 6Ut f "* P T en ' 1S Christmas furioufrh followed immediateTM he ~ could W Camp daughter, Wilma. Mrs. Poppen is an lowan orig-l bs tllnictl out to be a dud tne right, is Mrs. Axel """ . - inally, from Sheldon. and spoiled the first picture un- hnt^ nd f t t'! ey ' rC «rl ry e °° d sports - expeeted b ' tilem - the crowd both of, them When one of the joshed them into posing lor a photographers wartime flash I second. Here it is) Watchin" at PUBLIC SALE As I am quitting farming I will sell all my personal property at public auction on the old Pete Gorman farm located 3". miles north of Dougherty; or 8 miles east and y. mile south of KOCK.\\ Cll£ OB TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 SALE TO START AT 12:00 NOON WARTIME 114 _ HEAD OF LIVESTOCK -- 114 8 HEAD OF HORSES-- 1 team bay geldings, weight 3600- 1 spotted saddle mare, weight 1,080 Ibs, broke single and double; 1 black saddle srfding 2 years old, weight 900; 1 buckskin mare J year old; 1 spotted male colt 6 months old; 1 brown reldin- Sc'-S? °' d ' WtiEht 150 * ; 1 bay "^ins 2 years old, weight 1250° 0 t$?£L? F C ^^T AI1 T R and ·"«» ««i««4» head 01 Hereford and Shorthorn cows, some fresh others to freshen by spnne: 2 Hereford bulls, 1 Hereford bull a good breeder- 40 HEAD OF HOGS-- % Spotted Poland China sows with 12 Wright fnoais* SPO " Cd P ° Iand China ye "" nS *· IIEAD OF SHEEP-- 29 ewes. 1 buck. T 1 f arma " F - 20 « ractor » 11 «! TM w ' 'e ctor c »'»vator lift; l Oliver 2 row corn v , i Z?r ^ ' 1 Kewanee 36 ft. elevator with hoist and power; 1 McConmck-Deerine tractor plow; 1 1 " - r col ?. b J? d «. : » McCormick-Dcering manure McCormick-Deering planter with 12« rods wire- 1 McCormick-Deerine 5 ft. mower; 1 John Deere 4 section 12!?'- h * rrOW; hay Ioader; 12 " d»n,P «ke- I M e C Deeri» ff endgate seeder; 1 McCormick-DeeriW f eeY wa«» r i^ W T pl °" ; J hand cora shelle wagon boxes; 2 running gears, 1 wood and steel- 2 4 tra, ers, i ,,,,,, 4 ««,,! tires; 2 brooder hou^, 1 1 8x8 * 1 « new; 1 Jamesway brooder stove, new; 2 James way 3- rois 16 * pnllels and White er and 3 eeese. ·» °»te; »*»«' 9W bnshels of com; ; 2 £ ; torn ctever hay, some baled, all in bW TrR\f:. f J? E HOBART M. CABLE PIANO TERMS. Cash or make arrangements with your banker before FRED KNOLL c..f»~ ORA "AYLESS, Auctioneer SHEFFIELD SAVINGS BANK. Dougherty OfHc Clerk son IJEUT. DON POPPEN - (Lncky soy!) IF IT'S CANVAS We Have it or Con Make it! Next Time Remember Us. MASON CITY TENT AWNING 406 South Federal Moson City

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