JOHN MeFALl WITH TWIN CALVES he fed which proved the difference worm control makes. Calf on right looks normal for a 4- month-old, but is 60 pounds lighter than iU twin that got "Pheno" in its feed. Tests Show Most Cattle Nave Worms and New Control Practice Pays Off John McFall, Mineral Point, Wisconsin, proved to himself and his neighbors that even moderate worm infections of "normal-looking" calves can make a big difference. From the time the twin Shorthorn calves (above) began to lick dry feed, he fed one calf a commercial ration that contained a small amount of Phenothiazine, while the other twin got the same feed but without the Phenothia- zine. When this picture was taken, the calves were four months old, and the one on the left which had eaten small amounts of Pheno- thiazine every day was 50 pounds heavier. Also, its coat was superior and over-all appearance bet• ter than its untreated twin. WORM CONTROL for your beef and dairy cattle can be just as easy and profitable no matter where you farm. Many manufacturers of feed and minerals now offer products containing Phenothia- zine for worm control. Ask your supplier for these products. For free booklet on worm control, write Du Pont, Room 2533-N, Wilmington, Delaware. J! .F ^. 1 .-r/- ! i* ",.faVn- V-. •.,-/--.'-»?*>« "** I ;p'f". v ''; v -. Vfj ••!•'*. •£,• • ITTII THINGS TO* MTTII LIVINO ...IHtOUGH CHfMlinr Remember the brands you •ee advertised in this newspaper — and buy where you see them featured. Use fi CON us (iiifdt'd and GET RID OF RATS AND MICE FOREVER! Yn iii'l km It It ii npirt — m MI dm, etata t€ON! Don't gamble with tiw IT dreed known to be carried bjr raU mni mice. End property low, food contamination and rltk of Una caneed by then vicious rodent*. Follow ilmple direction! and d-CON ia >afe to uae around children and peta yet ao effective it rid* your property of rat* and mice forever t Get d-CON today! Stop rat dheate and deetrucUo* NOW! .-CON vRfc U3-2-1 inks wkira bus Hi NfeN* tail Mat* are Mtart. A* eoon *i on* or two are eaiifht In trap* or killed by polaon, the reet of the rat colony become* bait-ehy. Became d-CON I* odorlew. taiUkm*. and cauae* no pain, rat* and mice never realiie that d-CON with LXJ-l-1 I* cauain* their death. Allvo with AtfvanU for Cost-Conselou Economy is the keynote of success in modern farming. Cost-conscious farmers know that production expenses can make the big difference in final net income . . . and they also know that operating costs of farm machinery can be a big part of that difference. That's why Case designed and built the new 3-plow Case "300" ... the tractor that's a pacemaker not only in economy, but also in dynamic performance, carlike conveniences and comforts. Its Tripl-Range transmission is just one example. With 12 speeds forward including 3 smooth, steady creepers . .. plus 3 reverse . . . there's always just the right gear for the job at hand . . . from extra-heavy tillage to fast road travel . . . and all at normal, fuel-saving engine speeds. Yes—from new Powr-Torq engines for gasoline, LP-gas, distillate or diesel . to "Tell-Easy" instrument panel with 8 separate indicators for keeping power in balance with job requirements . . . the Case "300" in a wide choice of models puts emphasis on economy that counts . . . and a premium on performance found in no other tractor. II ... lh» tractor to load th« •oonomy frond In farming ... In ty's Most Mod* ivory Powor Clc rn Tractors In just one short year the 4-plow Case "400" has been acclaimed by users as America's finest tractor in the 50-horsepower class . . . and -in that time has field-proved itself a champion in low fuel consumption. 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Spray livestock for parasites such as ticks, lice, and cattle grub. It is also a common practice now to spray for blood sucking flies and other insects. Newer sprays last longer and can be applied in a booth as livestock go between pastures or into the barn. Systemic insecticides are also being tested. These products are carried in the animal's blood stream. They're strong enough to kill flies but not strong enough to harm animals. Put your lifting on wheels and save energy for other work. This cart saves tons of labor each year. Other chores that can be put on wheels are: milk, feed, and barn cleaning equipment.
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