The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

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QIUD-SULFAS •MMMNMIMXAIMI A* Good feeders quickly pay for themtelves by reducing feed waste and saving time. Good poultry managers* figure that a pullet should have about 3 inches of feed* ing space. They keep guards on the troughs to. keep pullets out and lips on inner edges of the sidewalk to stop birds from billing out feed. Many are installing large hoppers that need filling only once or twice a week. Pullets' bodies are about three-fourths water, They need lots of it to grow, and to help cool them. Many farm .wives are installing large founts with 40 to 5(1 gallons capacity, which seldom run out. Founts are kept in shade if possible. Some folks provide wire-covered base to keep birds out of the mud. This mud may harbor disease germs or worm eggs. DRINKING WAT HEATH CONTAINS SULFAQUINOXALINt When Coccidioiit ttttket, put Dr. Siltbury'i Sulquin liquid in the drinking wieer. Effectively control! ill ipccics of Coccidiotii in chickeni and tufkcy*. Reduces con IT lone* in deathi, uowth, cgti and feed, cauted by Ihif diMiK. Keep low-coat Sulquin on hand to combat Coccidiotii. Sulquin (!M> checks death loiaet due to tcmlr Fou'l Ctoltr*. Get low-coal Sulquin, today. w need pmllry mk for KEEP 'EM HtALW MIX PIMMA SUIFA-NOX PUIINA CHICK STAITENA PUIINA SUlf A-NOX tALSTON PUIINA CO. M. iMri* t, I Only S.Q. Gives You a Really Flexible Attack on Coccidiosis FOR PREVENTION Continuoas use of SQ holds coxy mortality, stunted birds, and colls at rock bottom. When you prevent coccidioeis outbreaks, you cut production coats. And you'll get more high-quality birds due to heavier market weight, greater uniformity, and finer overall finish. FOR CONTROL Uncontrolled eoecidiosis may cause excessive losses. In the event of outbreaks, treatment with Sulfaquinoxaline stops mortality, gets birds back on feed. With Sulfaquinoxaline for prevention or control, your birds develop a solid immunity against similar attacks later on in their growth. IN FEED You can protect your poults by feeding mashes containing preventive or control levels of Sulfa- quinoxaline. And remember, commercial experience with millions of birds proves SQ boosts dollar returns over production costs. IN WATER You can guard your profits against losses from coccidiosis by using preventive or control levels 'of SQ in the drinking water. Keep SQ solutions or solubilized powders on hand'and at the first hint of an outbreak, get your birds on SQ fast. Controls Acute Fowl Cholera Mortality SULFAQUINOXA1INE FEEDS E. ADENOEIDES E. MELEAGRI E. MELEAGRIDIS «Mnk4C«..l*c. SOLUTIONS SOLUBILIZED POWDERS SQ is the trademark of Merck & Co., Inc. for Sulfaquinoxaline. Your feed or remedy supplier's label will list Sulfaquinoxaline as the active ingredient. Be sure you specify products containing Sulfaquinoxaline. Effective against all dangerous turkey coccidia AVAILABLE IN*FEEDS OR DRINKING WATER REMEDIES

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