The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 87
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 87

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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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Cultivating cabbage on the Henry Schmuak farm near Kenosha, Wisconsin. Truck gardening is big business in the areas around Chicago and other large cities. on < fti* n u o v SULQUIN (^O(XMI)IOSIS Alan checks mortality in »cccrc cancit of fowl cholera conloinj Sulfoquinoxoline Sn!r|nin ctits tnssf.% due to t\\\ ty|Ws nf Oiimnginj; cncrlctlnsh. Jjm- in cost, fiiisy to nsr in ilrinkinij water. Buy Snlcpiiii. DR. SALSBUnVS MBORATORIES S Cttv. Iou%» Wh«n yev MM! fienltry medltlnet, ath l*r The Palomino mare and her Palomino-Shetland colt are owned by Dick Sie- mond» of Cordell, Oklahoma. He bred the mare to a Shetland stallion because he wanted the colt for his two grandsons. Bring More Birds into Production- s Control Coccidlosis with S.Q. bird you raiie is exposed to coccidious. If you tee bloody droppings, use SULFAQUINOXAUNE at control levels immediately. In Teed or drinking water, S.Q. lowers mortality and stunting drastically. TON en MOM WMim Mum with SULFA- QUINOXAUNE. S.Q.'helps build immunity that affords lasting protection. Egg production, fertility, and hatchability are not affected by S.Q. COMIWUOUS MBHM Or S.O. *l prevtntlvt levels is preferred by many growers to build early immunity before damaging outbreaks of coccidiotis occur. S. Q. is superior for the control of coc- cidiosis outbreaks because it is effective against all damaging types of poultry coccidia. Be sure*of the diagnosis; many diseases have similar signs. Consult your veterinarian or poultry pathologist. SULFAQUINOXAUNE These lambs and the ewe skipped away over the hillside, but not for long. Glen Broyles, on horseback, missed the gamboling family and led them back to the farm. Every animal in the picture — the horse, the ewe and the three-lambs — is in step as they come down the country road- •oosrs POULTIY PIOFITS Effective against all damaging types of poultry coccidia. i. MUNETTI f. TfNUlA I. NECATXX E. MAXIMA E. ACERVUUNA MERCK A CO., INC. ii Ciuwtittt • A M W A V , NCW J C M • • V

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