The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1962 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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Control 1 flies You'll find it pays to spray with Diazinon—just one residual application on dairy bam walls and ceiling, kills flies for weeks. Diazinon saves time and labor, gives you lower cost per day of protection. So spray less ... pay less for effective fly control. Ask your farm supply dealer for Diazinon—one of the safer phosphate insecticides. f OOT tusecrifioes CEIGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS Division of Gfrffy Chemical Corporation* Saw Mil! River Road. Ards'ey. N Y farmer REPORT This story is directed to the Top Former...: His business is farming, he likes farming, he makes money farming and he is in farming to stay. USING How fast should you expand your feeding operation when capital is limited? An authority on this subject is Cecil Means, Vice President of the Stock Yards National Bank at Omaha, Nebraska, who says: "Expansion and improvements are necessary for progress, but take one step at a time." Cattle feeders must expand their operations if they are to progress in the business, but expansion should take place gradually rather than all at once." That's the opinion of Cecil Means, Vice President of the Stock Yards National Bank at Omaha Nebraska, who is a veteran in the field of financing cattle feeding operations. Too often cattle feeders invest all of their profits in capital improvements such as feedlot equipment, elevators or a new home and expect the banker to finance the entire cattle purchase. Although such capital improvements are desirable, they do not improve the quality of the loan," Means points out. 'We like to see a cattle feeder make capital improvements gradually. This involves using some of his profit for capital improvements and setting aside some of his profit to aid in financing the cattle. This does not mean that the feeder should not finance a portion of his cattle purchase. Quite the contrary, borrowing capacity is a basic tool of production in cattle feeding as in other types of agricultural production." I I I I I I I i I I Get CIcqn White Walls, and Ceilings ^ PLUS KILL OF - ^3 FilES • DISEASE GERMS • SPIDERS -^" DOES 4 JOBS IN 1 APPLICATION Why pay to spray barns and poultry houses two or threo times for wh.lenmg. d.sinfec'ing and for <ly control? Carbolo do« all these ,obs m one easy, lower cost op-ration. Carbola won't chip FOR Pe 8 TO ,0 «ONT y HS.' ime ""* """"^ 9 ° % IESS COBWEBS C-a'Imla kills tlietr disease germt- BETTER SANITATION-LOWER COST CARBOLA CHEMICAL CO ept. RG25 NATURAL BRIDGE,' NEW YORK

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