The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1967 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1967
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We're Proud To Help Promote The Corn And Soy Bean tlinic "KNOWLEDGE IS POWER" WE HOPE YOU — 1. Learn about successful — practical fertilizer application. 2. Learn about planting the correct hybrid corn and the various numbers for our area. 3. Learn about the savings from early harvesting, how it saves bushels of corn per acre out of the field and puts more money in the bank. 4.. Learn by earlier harvest your harvesting and plowing time starts earlier enabling the use of your labor force to a greater advantage. Weather and wet crops are no longer a big problem. 5. Learn all the savings you will earn by drying your corn on your own farm and storing it on your own farm. The price of corn and beans at market time are usually the lowest price of the year, and the price 3-5 months later will pay for storage bins in about 1 Vis - 2 years. You also save time by drying and storing on your own farm. Commercial elevators are more rushed every year at this time and will be more so as time goes on. 6. WHEN YOU THINK OF GRAIN STORAGE AND DRYING - THINK OF TAYLOR'S IN ALGONA where experience really counts — Over 7 million bushels of corn storage sold and erected since 1958. Over 400 drying units in operation within 40 miles of Algona (of all types) — Tanks - Batch - Continous. Complete farmstead planning services offered Complete financing available Complete concrete and erection service Complete vertical leg sales and erection available SEE REX TAYLOR - "Your Grain Drying Specialist" at the TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. IN ALGONA SOON REMEMBER TAYLORS 1967 SALES BONANZA ENDS APRIL 15 - Find out how to win a 9 day all expense holiday in Acapulco and Mexico City sponsored by the Taylor Implement Co. in Algona. 15

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