The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

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Tuesday, May 15, 1956
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These chickens are getting a complete, well-balanced ration from just the mash in this feeder. This type of feeder can be filled once a day with an all-mash ration and the chicken feeding chores are done. Some farmers prefer this type of feeder while others like the self-feeder. Notice that the mash is ground rather coarse. GOOD BRANDS are BETTER VALUES BRAND NAMES FOUNDATION Incorporated A Non-Profit Educational Foundation 37 West 67th St., New York 19, N.Y. "MyCottkRMllyTliriver ^•H ^ 1 _fe Madison, Wi«.-"There is no better forage feed for dairy cows than Sta- Fresh-treated silage," reports Wisconsin dairyman. "It has helped me keep jny milk pro-' duction high, and get good, rich milk even in winter. My -cattle clean it up." Sta-Fresh is General Chemicals' low-cost, easy-to-use sodium bisulfite that gives such amazing results in keeping grass silage good to eat and rich in food de- ments ... green, fresh and sweet smelling. Order from your dealer today! General Chemical Dhr., Allied Chemical & Dye Corp., 40 Rector Street, N. Y. 6, N. Y. STA-FRESH SODIUM •ISUUITE . Keeps Si/age Fresh/ Green/ Sweef Smelling This is the type of equipment used by some commercial poultrymen. Mash is stored in a bin overhead and it feeds down into the hopper of the automatic feeder. This machine can do all the feeding with an all- mash ration; however, some poultrymen have found- that these feeders need more trough space. KEEP'EMHEALWY MIX PURINA SULFA-NOX IN TM1 WATER i ».For cocci break-thru, typhoid, cholera * Treats chicken* or turkeys • A product of Purina Research PURINA CHICK STARIENA PURINA SUtFA-NOX AT M STOC WHH THE CHEOOtKUID 39* RALSTON PURINA CO. SQ Is the Most Versatile Control Coccidiostat You Can Use FOR CECAL COCCIDIOSIS If your birds suffer an outbreak of cocci- diosis because no preventive coccidiostat or an ineffective coccidiostat was used, or when other diseases have lowered the consumption jof medicated feed—start treatment with Sulfaquinoxaline immediately. FOR INTESTINAL COCCIDIOSIS f "W Sulfaquinoxaline not only controls cecal but all forms of intestinal coccidiosis, including laying house coxy due to E. •aeeravKiut, Prompt administration of SQ usually controls mortality within a few days and holds stunting and culling to a minimum. '•? o li •is n £3 !p Ti At the first sign of an outbreak, get your birds on feeds containing control levels of Sulfaquinoxaline. Not only is mortality stopped but the exposed birds develop a lasting immunity to protect them during production. Also, SQ is the most effective' turkey coccidiostat, fed either for prevention or control. . IN WATER If birds go off feed or if you prefer medication in the drinking water, you can quickly control the outbreak by putting SQ solu*» tions, solubilized powders or tablets m the drinking water. Experience with, more than a billion birds proves SQ never hurts, egg production, fertility, or hatchability. I !! Stops mortality in acute fowl cholera SQ* is the trademark of Merck & Co., Inc. for Sulfaquinoxaline-Your feed or remedy supplier's label wfll list Sulfaquinoxaline as the active ingredient. Be sure you specify products containing Sulfaquinoxaline. Effective against all dangerous poultry coccidia AVAILABLE IN FEEDS OK DRINKING WATER REMEDIES

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