The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 12
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Spring Farm Edition Latest Official News of the 1938 Farm Beneflt Program (By Bob Loss, County Soar Censervatteb Chairman) In the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1838, Congress declared the purpose of the new national farm legislation to be : To conserve the nation's soil resources and use them efficiently. To assist In the marketing of farm products for domestic consumption and export To regulate interstate and for? elgn commerce so as: ; (1) To minimise: violent fluctuations In supplies, marketings and prices of farm commodities. - (2) To protect consumers by maintaining adequate reserves of food And feed. (3) to assure agriculture a fair share in the national income. : Jfhese purposes are for the benefit of agriculture and the welfare of the entire nation, -, Kegard Attottments The county committee, with the Assistance of township committees •hall determine the total soil depleting acreage, allottment, for each farm in the county, based on good sod management, tillable acreage on the farm, type of soil, top. ography, degree of erosion, and the arcreage of all Soil-depleting crops customarily grown on the farm. Corn acreage aUottments of corn shall be determined for farms hi the county on their basis of tillable acreage, crop rotation' practicee, , tjnt>« ot soil and topography. • The allottment for any farm shall fee comparable to the aUottments recommended for other farms in the same community, which are similar with respect to such factors. The county office- is listing data, which Is to be used in establishing acreage allottments for each farm in the county. Each farm will have a total soli- depleting acreage allottment which will include hie corn acreage and other general depleting acreage al- lottment, for him to receive maximum payment under the 1938 Agricultural Conservation program. Notices will be mailed to each farmer in the county as soon as possible. Hew Payments Work Payments will ne made with respect to any farm for not exceeding soil-depleting acreage allott- ments, and for achieving soU building practices, in an amount which shall be the sum of the following. Ten cents per bushel of the nominal yield per acre of corn for the farm for each acre in the corn acreage allottment One dollar and sixty cents per acre, adjusted for productivity for each acre in the general crop acre- age allottment established; for such farm. Fifty cents per acre ot crop land In the farm IB excess ot the total sou-depleting acreage allottment for the farm, About Deductions Deductions for excess acreage of, soil depleting crops.* Corn five times the payment rat* for the normal yield for the farm-on the afire-age by which the corn acreage exceeds the com acreage aHottment GeneraJ eight times the rate of payment with resepct to the general soil depleting acreage ailott- ment, which is established for the farm. The farmer who. does keep within his acreage allottments is eligible to seal his corn; stated e* meat scrap, the death, toe* ammattar to only » per cent Moreover, the <tf^e8t,sc»! gained In weight ab<«fc eight "SaS* as mueh as did those hairing n» meat sersfe. Cod liver ott has eoaift to stay in the ration, of ehtcfc* that must be confined- to ti* house ther first few weeks., ffisperiments Have shown that chicks? «««flaed'to / thefe houses for- three or fear Healthy Chicks • Require Rations Proper Balance As early as 1923 a series of experiments, showed that chicks wffl not live more than a few weeks without some animal food. Different lots of chicks were fed mixtures of grains plus varying, amounts' of meat scrap. Two check lots received no meat scrap or other animal food. Throughout tfie experiment there was a marked difference in both; rate of growth and death rate. In the pens with no meat scrap, practically ell the chicks died, only one remaining at eight weeks, out of two pens of 28 chicks each. Best results were obtained when about 15 per cent of the total ration con- wtthout access to direct sunshitt* develop marked casea of rickets, with si heavy death lossv tmfes» fed cod liver ofl or seme other carrier of Vitamin B» BSsperlences offBrm- en have borne out them experiments, i - Onee the chicks are outroMoors regularly, it isr unnecessary ttf continue the cod Uver ofl. It is, however, a wise precaution to supply it at the rate of one pint In eacnr 100 pounds,of mash, for the first two or three rneks; eves to tote chicks that: migfit.be expected to TUB ont range; from Our beginning. Chiekat thai have, enough meat scrap and oyster sheQ in addition to the gratas wiB not need complex mineral mixtures, provided that, cod liver oflr is used as recommended; A Few Sound Words About This Section he eanxM* aftomt t» boy. Bvei» fames' hope* to keep fan- proving his "toote" tat the form of form machinery and impfe- menfe It to natoraL Thfa newspstwrhopestedothesame Jto Otis sgeehd Farm TsMoid. pieces of farm machinery and ether farm products, are explained and advertised for sate. The seHersi are repotsMo flxms, with guaranteed Bat. unless tt» financing ot such purchases can b» earrted oat safely and sanely, without endangering foreclosure* or re- possesBion, we, and they, aie not toying to sen anybody anything, in these pages wffl tide**, and snggesttoiM, tern i tag- We* present them tec your priees> and better alt within tfte Omit o* of the individuals' h»- Ateng that road* Hatch Best : Early hatched cnicks make the best returns. They are less subject to soil-borne disease, and they have time to mature and lay. full- sized eggs in the fall whem price* are. besfc Heavy chicka are best hatched by Jtorcb IS Leghorns may be batoned- a month later. Cooperating Sponsors of This Section FARM IMPLEMENTS— McCeamick-Deering Store • Kossuth Implement Co. L. El Hovey Implement Co. Klassie Motor Co. LANDS, REAL ESTATE, LOANS Kohlhaas Bros. Security State Bank H. D. Hutchins Iowa State Bank '-• C. W. Nicoulto Edward Capestus CHICKEN HATCHEBIES— Willis Cotton Swift & Company FABM AND HOME 8UPFIJKS— Kohlhaas * Spifles FEEDS AND SEEDS— Algona' Flour & Feed Anderson Grant & Coal John Breesman Kossuth Mutual bis. I'll Make Money for You, Mister! [ • And you can bet that this chick . make money for you,, because it's a carefully bred SWIFT'S BABY CHICK. •Swift's hatching eggs are produced by flocks in which each bird has been tested for pullorum disease, and selected for breed type, vigor and good egg production. , - • • Each egg from these flocks is individually inspected for size, shape, cleanliness and shell texture. Only the best of these eggs are set, so the chicks hatched grow into fine, all around birds. • SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS mature early, lay large good quality eggs. These chicks develop rapidly into meaty birds that consumers like. NL Order Swift's Baby dicks . Today j/ Swift & Co. Hatchery •jMe^g* ' — ^k 4M ^^h ^•bxl^. V ^h eBk ^^kv e^MM^e> ^ ^^M. ^V^^^ Phone Zb4 ALGONA, IOWA Phone 264

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