The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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WHEN YOUR CROP IS READY FOR HARVEST 1 CHAMPIONS GET YOU THROUGH IN RECORD TIME F IRESTONE CHAMPIONS are built with many extra advantages that give you more traction.and longer tire life in the toughest going. They reduce your field time and save fuel because they make full use of all the horsepower your combine or tractor can deliver. Only Firestone Champions have the proven curved and tapered bar construction that gives a sharper bite and deeper shoulder penetration. Flared tread openings insure positive cleaning in all types of soil and they won't plug at the shoulders. Extra tread plies insure longer life and more retreads by protecting against impact breaks. Whenever you need tires or tire service,, be sure to stop at your Firestone Dealer or Store. There you will find experienced men whose business is tires . . . tire experts who will help you get extra service and better performance out of your tires. M«k» FIRESTONE Your H««dquart«r« For All Your Enjoy ibt Voice at FimlOHt OH radio or Hltriiion ivtry MonJjy it tiling out ABC Copyright 1030. Tlu Firc.Um. Tin * Bublxr Co. profit Farming P* >-% /T—>" Good pasture can save 10 to 20% of the grain and concentrate needed to* produce a market hog. Usually a single acre of hog pasture is said to save 1,000 pounds of corn and 500 pounds of tankage, or their equivalent. An acre of good pasture will carry from 10 to 20 pigs for the season. If the pasture becomes too crowded it will soon kill out and have no more value. A billion blades of grass help to slow this water down. A billion tiny roots hold the .soil at the banks. This picture illustrates how grassland farming is conservation farming. Where water is controlled, more land can be used for farming. How does this truck unloading system compare with the way you feed beef cattle? More and more the trend is toward making one man's time handle more animals. No gates are needed with a system like the one shown here. The truck drives down one side and back on the other side if the feeding center is U-shaped.

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