The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 71
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 71

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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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HOW TO KIND Or HAY c COST YOU LEASt AND PAY YOU MO * f Be certain to pack grass silage well in a trench or other type of horizontal silo. Packing presses the material together, excluding air and forming a seal against outside air — a common cause of spoilage. If the top layer has a higher moisture, it will pack'tightly and form a seal against air. A major criticism of trench silos is that silage has to be taken out every day regardless of weather. To solve this problem, let cows feed themselves. This self-feeding gate moves back as silage is eaten. A tractor-scraper or front-end loader makes it relatively simple to keep the floor clean. FIIID-CHOP ANY FORAGE CROP FORAGORS Hay or row crops... green or cured... windrowed or standing— you field-chop any fprage crop with the new Minneapolis-Moline Foragors! Choose direct-cut, row-crop or pick-up headers, PTO or engine-driven models. Get big-capacity chopping to lengths from ? g* to 3* without leaf loss or stem shattering. Ask your M M Dealer for all the facts on MM Foragors. BALE FOR 2-WAY PROFITS BALE-O-MATIC For your own hay loft, on custom jobs for your neighbors, this powerful M M flalc-O-Matic pays you a harvest bonus. Bale from windrow or slack, make firm, square-cornered bales sliced in layers for easiest feeding. Wire-tied under compression, the bales can't come loose ... meet every requirement for shipping or resale. No wire clippings, no light spots. MM's exclusive bale-trip mechanism gives you 30- to 45-inch bales. Ask your MM Dealer about the one-and-only MM Bale-O-Matic! Farm machinery has been a major factor in the trend toward wide use of grass for silage. The first cutting of hay is quickly delivered to the silo with forage chopper, blower, and self- unloading wagon. This Wisconsin dairyman is entering a monthly milk statement in his farm record book. Dairymen who keep records like this tell us that grass silage helps to hold feed costs down and milk production up. Some dairy husbandrymen tell us that farming with grass is working with nature, rather than against her. TM IDM UAOMI Ml HUU* UMI-WINMCtwn OOPS! Get HMcx in the picture quick! Fisherman's error? Here's the easy remedy: Mix a Hi-lex dilution . . . hand your fisherman a cleaning cloth . . . and in minutes all trace of "refrigerator odor" can be banished. Hi-lex goes to work instantly . . . disinfects, deodorizes . . . leaves your refrigerator clean and fresh-smelling. Keep Hi-lex Liquid Bleach handy in kitchen . . . laundry . . . bathroom! MSWflCTS ..Safely! MOMIIZIS ...Magically! Toot for Hay ana* Grain MM WMNOWIM Wh«i wiMlrcwIita pay i yavaattw, maka It pay yw fetf with • MiiiiMapallt- MUlIn* Wiftar*w«r. In •-, 19-, «r 14-f**t modcli, y«u buy MM tli* thai malclMt ywr pawar ana 1 •ci»«gi. toby* Your Hay DMA •AKM-TIOOM TMr »M*-4*livMy rake putt y«ur H<Q? I* Maht, ftvffy wlnarvw* wMfc rtwni »trt for quick drying .. . Uav*« burM a**p Intro* to pravmt •w-cwiitf. Alt* avail. Real Mowing Capacity MO MOWM O*l y*w My •« M* pMk wMi fM« , 6- *r 7-t»« MO M*w«r. •vlk- pntiwra, 9 *p*«4 V-fc«» 4ilv«, nmr wliMl and <«f *fy hraak. •w«y r«l*a$« arc •rivantagn HM! pay yau (very hay tvatan. Open wh*r«. Off«rt fcy- •rwilicMaMcwilrH Ms. I(M»«I or»cMy, fa< •!! arwiid tp««di. lMrv*»tar »n Nw mar- h«!Oir«MHl. pick-op or row-crop kmmdmn. INNEAPOLIS-MOLINE "'"""""" '• «'«"•"»

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