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May 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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NOITHWtlT ARKANSAS TIMK. FayMMvW*, ArkenMt Saturday, May 24, 195) FARM AND HOME NEWS Cattle Hay Storage Barn PLAN NO. 10189 MAAOrilllV raVNDATION WINDOW! APACI.D It'-C* O.C.' · SIDE. Lt-tvATioN · B u i l d i n g P l » n « A v a i l a b l e at County E x t e n s i o n O f f i c e Actons eoriOMAt. «£·»»· OMII~Y~ FOUNDATION _ · E N D E L E V A T I O N · Building plans (or this cattle and hay storase barn (No R018I) in the Extension Plan Service) are available Without cost at the county extension office in Ihe courthouse nt Fayettcvillc. This plan is for a barn 48 feet wide and 60 feet deep. However, the depth ran be varied in any multiple of 12 feet. Building rtet.iils for birnt and other f a r m build-ings, as well as about 100 houses, nrp furnished in the Extension Plan Service. BVoth County Agent Carl Rose and Home Demonstra;ion Agent Margaret H. Brownfield help rural people it) selecting these plans. The barn pictured allows for m a x i m u m cost, for materials. It is a permanent Itructurc with concrete f o u n d a t i o n and adequate h r a ^ i n R . The type of roof shown is especially well suited fir hay tracts, important because the structure allo.vs for hay storage from the ground up through the tfnter acction. Stock feeding sections are on each si tie. ft'i Time To -- Set that knives and ledger p)»t« for the mower are In good condition. Feed · mixture of one part of phenothiazlne and nine parts of Two Stated Members To Attend Camp Boy* And 'Girl Chosen . For Leadership Training Course Two Arkansas 4-H Club members were named today lo attend th Danforth Leadership Training Camp, near Shelby. Mich., Aucust 10-24. They are Miss Ilia LCP Koone of Faulkner County and J. H. .tnnf.K of Bradley County. In m a k i n g the announcement Ij. I.. Rutledge, assistant state 4-H C l u b ngenl for the A g r i c u l t u r a l Extension Service, paid they were selected from eight district leadership and achievement winners because of outstanding club work. Miss Koone, 17, is president of the Ore-nbricr Senior 4-H Club anrl secretary of the Cadron 4-H Club, which she helped organize recently. She i? vice-president of the Faulkner County 4-H Council. During six years of club work she has also served as president of the V/ooster 4-H Club and as reporter for the county council. She has been county champion 4-H fiirl in clothing, carmine, personality improvement, leadership, baby beef, gardening, better methods and recreation. She is a junior in high school. Jones, 17, has been president of the Hermitage 4-H Club three years and vice-president one year. He was president of the Bradley County 4-H Council for two years. A senior in high school, he is vice president of the student council and editor of the school paper. is its ability tD produce winter grazing. The Arkwin oat is tall with a strong stem and has a high degree of winter hardiness. This oat. is not immune to the virus diseases spread by aphlds, but has a high degree of resistance. The main feature, however, is, its broad leaf. One can easily select leaves seven- eighths inches in width while it is extremely hard to find leaves over one-half inch wide on the other varieties. It remains green in the spring after somevarieties have turned brown. Dr. Rosen's gener'al plan for grazing oats in winter is worthy of any farmers study: 1. Plow the land in late July. Do not wait u n t i l September as lack of moisture might cause a failure. | 2. Plant four bushels per acre | after plowing in about 400 pounds I of 5-10-5 fertilizer. Do this soon after September 1, even if you must plant in the dust. 3. By November 1, you should have .".bout fnur tons of green material above the sickle-bar height. Then start grazing using an animal u n i t per acre. You should get nlmost two pounds of a n i m a l gains per acre per day. 4. In March add 100 pounds of a m m o n i u m nitrate. Then take cattle off and get a grain crop or leave cattle on until June which will eliminate the grain crop. 5. Do not let oats follow oats. The diseases and insects multiply. Dr. Rosen feels that in this way winter grazing is just as good as summer if not better. There are then no flics and other insects to bother. He also feels t h a t the winter grazing of oats and other small grains is superior to winter grazing of .tame grasses. date of the meeting will be announced early next week. The main interest in the use of these hormone sprays is in rough areas that *vil! not produce good commercial timber, but will grow good native grasses if the brush and old trees are removed. Also there are areas of good land grown up in briars and .sprouts that could be developed into excellent tame pastures if the troublesome sprouts were killed, the SCS reports, Several farmers In this county have already signed agreements ' C l l k i n A V with a company to get their brush Jur ""» · ' land sprayed by airplane in June, their one to one and one-half higher prices. Texas area market unchanged from week ago. Chlorophyll It found mostly in plants, but it probably occurs In I some animals. DANCE EVEHY SATURDAY NIGHT STEVE STAHWYCJC'S TRIO HIGHWAY BUBBLE CLUB " I»°HTH WEEKLY BROILER REVIEW ....... ....... c,a. b u .«. atm ft E. lilt In covered .'.roughs to the w »tch for antnraenose disease farm flock of ewes to control stomach worms and nodular worms. Keep the poultry range mowec so that grass will be tender am weeds will be controlled. Plant Atlas sargo for silage. WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP S C H L I C H T M A N ' S BROILER-BRED CHICKS NEW HAMPS-VANTRISS CROSS DILAWARt HAMP CROSS Established OT» 25 Yrars Truck DtliwlM lo Manr Localillii KHIKHIMAN HATCHERY U.S. APPROVID PULLORUM CHAN Phonn S47-JH For Prlcts And DtliTtry DatM BOX B, APPLETOM CITY. MO. The Whole Family Will Enjoy A Drive-In Movie This Week-End TONITE 7:45-10:06 Also: Color Cartoon and Serial Midnite This One Will Make Your S(, ow Hair Stand Up! 12:30 "DEAD MAN'S EYES" P.M. { Starring LON CHANEY STARTS A Musical Treat SUNDAY That Can't Be Beat MUSIC KM MHUOMt... IN THt YIAB MOtT S»A»KUMO HIT/ . 'PAINTING THE CLOUDS WITH SUNSHINE - Pony Rides Miniature^ Monkey Golf Village DRIVE IN in melon patches. Spray shrubbery with arsenale of lead for bag worm control. Make second, or oven third and fourth plantings for beets, carrots, radishes, lettuce, beans, ewcct corn, kohlrabi, etc. Prepare to control all Insect pests in the garden. Prepare now for s regular spray schedule for roses. These suggestion. 1 ; cnme from the county and home demonstration agents. More information is available at t h n i r offices where University College nf Agriculture publications may also be obtained, ansof Northwest Arkansas Farming By John I. Smith The outstanding feature of the ! adult study days held at the main I University Experiment Station Thursday and Friday of this week was the announcement of Arkwin ont by Dr. H. R. Rosen of the j Agronomy Dor- --~:it. It has been ter nat cspoci; and spring fir. | Rood producer u J acre field at the Rice Branch Experiment Station at Stuttgart is expccicd to yield around 80 bushels per acre and would pcr- hnps yield 100 bushels if army worms had not damaged it. The m n i n feature of this oat, howevr, Chemical Land Clearing Expert To Talk Here A representative of the Thompson Chemical Corporation, Frank Noyrs. will be in Northwest Arkansas next week to talk to farmers who are interested in using chemicals for killing brush. Several farmers have been asking for more information on this subject, and Noyes has requested the Soil Conservation District office to arrange a meeting for him to talk with the farmers. The place and Northwest Arkansas: After maintaining strength early, the poultry market closer! weak and unsettled on Thursday, May 22. Karly in the week offerings were reported too light to meet the fair to good demand. Earlier gains were in part. lost, however, when demand weakened toward the close Thursday's prices were unchanged to one cent higher. The mostly price was unchanged. Batesville-Floral area: Market mostly steady during the week closed about steady. Offering? were adequate for f a i r to good demand with closing prices one cent lower to unchanged. The mostly price was unchanged. ' In other areas: Trading sentiment steady to weaker in commercial broiler raising sections late this week after recent sharp price advances. Grower offerings were heavier at new high prices and demand, while still strong, was not as brisk. Prices in Delmarva, Central North Carolina, Shenandoah Valley and Mississippi area held steady, gains of two to four cents over late last week's level, while North Alabama and North Georgia kept ·I ·"· win: -o ,nter ,,t also as a .qrain. An 80 PRICES ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening 'Til 9 Cwiw out *M feroww around. Easy Urmt. easy parking. S H Green Stamp*. HILTON BROS, DRIVE-IN FURNITURE ··· Hlway 71 Nwih ··· BOWL FOR PLEASURS Jim Btnton Bowline Lanes--Adv. : Not white, not wheat, not ry«, j but l flavor blend of all throe-- ' Junfe'i Roman Meal Bread. 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