The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 80
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A portable house can be moved to clean ground before the baby pigs are born. The sow should be washed before she is moved so she doesn't carry any worm eggs with her. Early spring litters will make better gains if you put them on good lush rye pasture. Usually Balbo is the variety used for this purpose. When you use rye in the early spring you can give your clover and alfalfa pastures a chance to get started and use them later. Lodino clover isKtops for hog pasture. Experiments have proved it will last longer and save more feed than any other pasture crop. These Chester White market hogs hove been on this lot most of the summer, but it still gives them plenty of fresh green shoots to nibble at. Alfalfa is good for hog pastures on high ground where it's hard to get a stand of ladino. Hogs will get the most •out of it if you clip it a few times during the season. Then there will be plenty of young shoots. Alfalfa- brome mixtures are better than alfalfa alone. This type of home-made creep could work out very well in any pasture system. It gives a place to put both feed and water for the young litter. Remember to build it so you can move it from one pasture to the other. This one is hinged so it can be folded and hauled on a trailer or truck. flM Btftt W«f for Carmoda, Mich.-A local daifry- tnan known for his Holstein herd reports amazing results using Sta-Fresh for three years to treat grass and legume silage. '•With Sta-Fresh I can put up younger grass and use direct cut more readily because silage that stays fresh and green can be made at higher moisture levels. My wife and I like the clean smell of this rich silage. So do my cattle—they clean it up!" Get more out of your own silage with Sta-Fresh. It's low in cost! Buy today from your dealer, neral Chemical Div., Allied General Rector l® Chemical ft Dye Corp., 40 Street, N. Y. 6, N. V. STA-FRESH soeiuM Msmnn Keeps Sllag* Fresh, Gre«n/ Sw««f Smelling Just Lik 4/Gf Combines <7^ Big combines are built long, because it takes length of travel... as well as area ... to separate every possible kernel from the straw. Case puts long straw- travel into ALL sizes of combine. The low- cost "55" is just right for PTO operation with 2-plow and larger tractors. Has "swing-over" drawbar to go through IO- foot gates. All the features of the famous Case "A"—and more. Four-speed reel adjusts up and down, ahead and back, for every crop condition. Variable-speed fan cleans fluffy grass seed, grains, big beans. Available with PTO or engine drive, electric starter, crank-adjusted cylinder speed. Unloading auger empties bin fast, folds back for compact transport. Straw Travels Further New steel-guard cutter bar has added cutting area, goes ahead where others clog. Offers every feature for finest work in widest range—tiny seeds to brittle beans. Available with air-cooled engine or PTO drive, hydraulic header control, wind- low pick-up, roto-cleaner. All three sizes have choice of rub-bar or spike-tooth cylinder. Gels Oul More Seed... More Grain You ...pay •• monety comets* In Your year's rewards hang in the balance at harvest lime. Don't risk reduction in yield or loss of crop for lack of a fast, dependable, clean-working combine. Get the machine you need now and start saving. Make payments at limes when your farming system has money coming in. See your Case dealer about the sensible, economical Case Income Payment Plan. Also see the seasonable machines and tractors he has on display. Get caulocs ind folder* ihowinc extra performance *nd citri ecun- omr at Cite equipment. Check or writ* in maricin »n> ute combine or tractor, tor implement l«*t interests you. /. 1. die Co., Depi r.-7ud. Riciac, Vi'is. O VfL "5V Combine Q Self-Propelled a 6-h. "6V Combine D 3-plow *30o" Tractor D 7-ft. "7V CaaibtM a 4-plow "400- Tractor Name Addrcu.

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