The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1956 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1956
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& ; %!^ BRINGING HOME THE CALF l?y Eric Wahl««n /\ pregnant cow given all the comforts of home, but she will still retire to the south forty when it's time to give birth to her calf. The south forty, regardless of its geographical location, may be said to be that area which is the furtherest away from the barn that any given cow can get. Between the south forty and the barn there will be certain obstacles. These will include bushes, trees, creeks and steep hill-sides designed to frustrate the farmer desiring to transport his newest possession to a central location — the barn. His right to his newest possession will be challenged by mama cow. Possession is nine points of the law with her. It's up to the farmer to out-manuever her maternal instincts. No new-born calf is ever a light responsibility. Weighing fifty pounds in the south forty, they add up to a squirmy, stubborn hundred-weight by the time the barn is reached. Witness the facts of life in bringing home the calf — Are Calf Scours Reducing Profits'! Bolus KAO-STREP WITH VITAMIN A (Dihydrostreptomycin Sulfate with Kaolin, Pectin, Alumina and Vitamin A) cuts loss Calf scours, the primary killer of young calves, can wipe out profits! Bolus KAO-STREP with Vitamin A will control loss. Its safe, effective formula is specific against the disease: STREPTOMYCIN—to kill the germ <E. coli) responsible for infectious calf scours KAOLIN PECTIN ALUMINA VITAMIN A to coat, soothe and protect the irritated intestinal lining SUPPLIED: Package of 2 (single treatment) Package of 10 (multiple-dose) SIMPLE TO USE, PROVED IN PRACTICE! Mso rtCMMMdMl for trtatMMrt tf Mttriti* in slN** Mteritit to f m*, SMNM dystntory and ' PkiMtlpkial.P*. Protect your profit with Wyeth products! AVAILABLE FROM YOUR DRUGGIST OR OTHER ANIMAL HEALTH PRODUCTS SUPPLIER Where's Ingebord? She's "due" but only in the barn —. Yep, it's Ingebord and her new'calf, Clarabelle — as far from the barn as she can get. A straight line is the shortest distance between birthplace and barn. It invariably leads thru thick brush. Shoulda cut a trail first. — Careful, Clarabelle, don't wiggle your way out of your first bridge crossing,

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