The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 32
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Herd Of ^^. ..."•'•" ••'•''" •'•" ' r ''"' : - 'i '- 1 ' £• •'•; ;'tv>v •.•':••?; •> ">. • • • ; -/•', '•, - ... Black Angus Grows From 17 Cows ^^E^E^^ . I _ '.:••.- . 30% OF INCOME FROM BEEF Over 30% of livestock income in Iowa is derived from the raising and marketing of beef, it has been revealed by a recent check made by the Iowa Beef Association. The trend towards a far higher quality of beef is also very pronounced, it was stated. 34 slate organizations are backing the "May Is Iowa Beef Month" program now being held throughout the stale. This Feature Presented Weekly During May Under Auspices KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA BEEF ASSOCIATION Wm. R. Phelps, Swea City President Ray Krantz, Tifonka Vice President Don Warmbier, LuVerne Director Wm. Elmers, Fenton Director W. L. Reynolds, Swea City Director Ronald Chrlstenson, Lone Rock • Director Leslie Johnson, Lakota Director Claire Reding, Ottosen II Director Members of the Beef Association Include Both Feeders and Breeders Stran-Steel BUILDINGS For All Your Farm Needs An Ideal ARM Ask About Our Time Purchase Plan! We Salute KossuJh County's Beef Raisers on Their Records. Miller Steel Bldgs. Co. Phone 1290 1001 N. Main, Algona Here's Why You Profit With SARGENT'S "SW Helps Bring Feeders On Fast For Prime Finish At Low Cost ! , . . MAKES 'em eatmcre and more. Keeps them on feed, whether it's grain cr We recommend feeding 24% Sweel Lurop-j if you -jr a complete balance of blended proteini without th* tot of feeding extra proteins. The ration U jw^unsd by these soft molasses pellets and it's balanced with mia«*aJ. vilamms, and proteins for fast gain and maximal «£ auction. f We're Alwpy* Happy To Help The Kossuth B«ef Bgisers Keep Up Their Excellent Production*. Sargent & Co. "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" TOREBY FARMS HERB WAS STARTEB IN 1 948 Maintained for the purpose of "Baby Beef* production, the pure-bred Black Angus cowherd of Toreby Farms, Algono, b a notable example of good beef-raising in Kossuth county. Toreby rarms is owned and operated by logeWrom and Jwcitawss, and ".s located southwest of Burt. The present pure-bred herd, started in 1948 of 17 cows primarily of "Black Cap" breading, is maintained about 140 acres of alfalfa brome rotation pcstvre*, divided -squired for haying and graiing purpose*. A 32 acre M*» pasture also serves the home farm near Bwrt. The 1956 program of this Black Angus h»rd ceCs far breeding of 78 cows. The herd is headed by three bwfe,, of Downside (Scotch breeding), Blackcap of Tof«by,. ensS mere Sunset 174th. ,,.r,*.y 5~ frr The production of "Baby Beef" calk for a weos&sg if calves at 450 to 500 Ibs. at six months of age end a feffi StedT }f 220 to 240 days to a weight of 960 - 1100 Ibs, All cows in the Toreby Farms pure-bred herd are brwsflcaV 1 tested vaccinated and clean. All heifers are Wood-SasS-d end calfhood vaccinated against brucellosis, and are ois» vaccinated against shipping fever and black Jeg. Black Angus cattle have enjoyed a growing , ^ over past years, and today, together with other fin« herds of Shorthorns and Herefords, are prominently seen in postures and feed lots of Kossuth county. MRS. EDITH LAGERSTROM shares with her husband, Torsten, pictured above, in the management of the Toreby Black « herd Her (ove for and interest in cattle dates back to her childhood days when she rode the range on her fathe?s~Ta"nch "* ™LT 'I* ? Neb , raska - The Toreb y far ™ herd ' Port of which is shown above, is kept as a registered pure-bred herd, «*««» for which are kept by Mrs. Lagerstrom. ....... ' ' ' " SUPER DIESELS This is the year to begin saving — with an OLIVER or ALLIS-CHALMERS Super Diesel Tractor. You can cut fuel costs up to 7S%. Come in and let us give you the facts. BRADLEY BROS. ALGONA, IOWA We Handle A Complete Line of FEEDS To Fit The Farmers' Feeding Program! A SPECIALIZED FEED THAT MEETS EVERY INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENT! We Salute The Kossuth County Beef Producers and Breeders on Keeping Our County At Top Production Levell WESLEY ALGONA Men "Go For Spanish Steak You can make wonderful ; Spanish steak, too. Just follow -Jus recipe, using 1-1% Ibs. — -eai. and a quart of tomatoes as, M-.e liquid. Cook ^ pound macaroni in boiling, salted water until tender, and drain. Brown -~ cup chopped onion and one targe chopped green pepper in fat. Add the macaroni, onion and serve over the meat. , Steak smothered in onions makes a treat for the man in your house. If the steak is from vhe round, rump or chuck, or it's a flank steak, follow the recipe for Swiss steak, add sliced onions during the last half hour of cooking. If it's a porterhouse or sirloin steak—but very lean—brown it on both sides in suet, or other fat; then remove from the pan. Brown sliced onions in the same pan. Put the steak back, cover with onions, sprinkle with salt and pepper, put a lid on the pan and cook slowly about 15 min. Stuffed Peppers For something original an<{ easy, try stuffed peppers. Just cut off the stem ends of peppers and remove the seeds. Boil the pepper shells for about 5 minutes in lightly salted water, then drain. Mix chopped or ground cooked beef with an equa' amount of bread crumbs, cooked rice, or mashed potatoes. Add rielted fat; an onion, chopped fine; and moisten with gravy, milk, chili sauce or catsup. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Stuff peppers with this mixture, cover with fine bread crumbs, and bake at 350 degrees F., for 30 minutes, or until peppers are tender and crumbs brown. nave some good tricks up your sleeve for the coming summer months. Why not try some beef short ribs — barbecued? According to Jewel Graham, extension nutritionist at Iowa State College, they're perfect for eating under the sky. To serve from four to six, you'll need about 3 pounds o£ these ribs. Braise them until almost tender. Then put them in a pan or baking dish and cover with barbecue sauce. Bake until well-browned (about 30 min.) For the barbecue sauce, you'll need: 1 medium onion, chopped 1 green pepper, chopped 1/3 cup chopped sweet pickle '.'2 cup catsup. 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 2 teaspoons prepared mustard Combine all these ingredients and simmer them gently for 2 to 3 minutes. Then spread the sauce generously over the ribs and bake. A Salute To The Beef Raisers of Kossuth County Where There Is Always BETTER BEEF! • Dale Yungeberg AUCTIONEER NIGHT SALES EACH FRIDAY AT 7:30 ALGONA SALE BARN A SALUTE TO Our Kossuth County Beef - Raisers and Purebred Breeders From KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. LONE ROCK, IOWA FOR THE BEST IN BEEF CONSUMER'S SELF-SERVE MEAT DEPARTMENT Felco Feeds Build Better We Heartily Support Any and All Efforts to Promote and Sell The Value of High Protein Meat - And FELCO FEEDS Produce The Best I FENTON Co-Op Elevator Home - Owned Home • Operated FENTON. IOWA E E R Salutes The Kossuth County BEEF INDUSTRY We Join In Saluting The $5,000,000 Kossuth County Beef Industry KOSSUTH BEEF U "BEST BEEF" BURT Co-Operative Elevator Co, Burt, Iowa It's a $5,000,000 Part of Our County's Farm Economy. PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO Junction Highways 18 and 169 Algona, Iowa EAT MORE IOWA BEEF" To Kossuth Beef-Raisers We Want To Say PURINA PURINA JTEER CATENA Steer Fatena (With or Without SHlbeslerol) Gives Fastest Gains and Top Quality Beef BURT PRODUCE CO. :• "Your PURINA Dealer" *L GLEE BULLOCK BURT. IOWA * •v^^v»%v»vw%v^ MAY is IOWA BEEF MONTH

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