The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 88
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 88

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
Page 88
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Protects Your Profits... Cuts Erysipelas Losses I A HOG HEALTH PROGRAM A clean udder is worth much to a baby pig's health. If you fail to wash the sow's udder, round worms and disease may be carried directly into the young pig's stomach. Remove all dirt and foreign material from the farrowing pen or hog house and spray with steam or hot lye water about two weeks before the sow moves in. When dry, spray inside with a good disinfectant. ONE-SHOT Treatment and Control.., INJECTION BICILLIN® FORTIFIED (P Ibemulethiilenediawine Dipenieillin G and Procaine Penicillin Gin Aqueou* Swpennon) Swine erysipelas is a serious, acute, and often stubborn infection. When one animal becomes ill, other animals are threatened. Treatment is required that will be immediate, effective, and long-lasting. •.....*., , ' u . ' BICILLIN FORTIFIED provides the immediate high blood levels that are needed to check the acute phases of infection. In addition it produces the lower, longtr~la*ting blood levels that are necessary to promote recovery, " guard against reinfection, and halt the spread of the disease. BICILLIN FORTIFIED has prolonged action that is particularly important m guarding against the after-effects of swine erysipelas, a disease that often reduces the market Vilue of animals and your profits. Only BICILLIN FORTIFIED gives you this double penicillin action—treatment plus protection—in a single injection!! You save time, work, and money! 8UPPMEP: BICILLIN FORTIFIED 300—Vials of JO cc, and vials of 50 cc, Each cc. contains 150,000 units Bicjllin and 150,000 units procaine penicillin, BICILLIN FORTIFIIP 600—BQ«e« of 10 ^t>e^>terile- n«*dje unite, *wh cartridge containing 300,000 units BicMHn »»d 300iOOO units proc»ine penicillin, Wl MM««T M fl«l W«I«M WWfll PMNCTI Keep a 'constant watch over your hogs. If you notice one that acts droopy, take him away from the rest of the herd, because it may be a contagious disease. If you don't know what is wrong with the porker, call'your veterinarian. This step may save the health of the others. Pkil*d«tf>M» 1. It is very important to baby pig health that you wipe them off after they are born and direct them to their mother's milk. About two-thirds of all pig deaths occur during the first three days after birth. After the pig is full of warm milk, place in a warm spot under a brooder.

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