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COST OF FEED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

COST OF FEED . The following questions by C . A . W ., came to me through The Ohio Farmer office : ( 3 ) What does your feed cost per hundred pounds ? ( 2 ) What do you value your corn fodder at per bundle ? ( 3 ) How many pounds of milk do your cows average when fed 9 lb . of grain per day , with corn fodder as roughage ? ( 1 ) When the article to which these questions refer was written , corn sold in the market at 38 cents per bu ., and oats at 30 cents . Our bran cost us $ 18 per ton . Continental gluten ? 24 , and oil meal $ 1 . 50 per 100 lb . But at this date there has been a small advanoa on all feeds mentioned . ( 2 ) We value our corn fodder at what we could buy it for . Corn fodder has no commercial value , like hay . Some years one can buy it for a penny a bundle ; this year , with highpriced hay , it brings around 2 cents per bundle . ( 3 ) Our cows when in full flow of milk give from 25 to 28 pounds of milk per day , and test from 4 to 5 % percent butter fat . We only h...

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Best Drain Tile They Ever Saw . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Best Drain Tile They Ever Saw . Fredonla . Pa ., Oct . 30 , 1906 . The H . B . Camp Company . Pittsburg . Pa .: —The No . 2 conduits bought of you are satisfactory In every respect . All that use them say they are the best they ever uaw . They are speedy lo lay and easy to get the grade . — C . C . Marstellcr . — Write H . B . Camp Co ., Fulton Bldg .. Pittsburg . Pa ., stating you read The Ohio Farmer , and receive free circulars .

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Great Reduction Cream Separators Low Pricesjm ^ We have now put the prices of Cream Separators . flown to the lowest point ever reached for high grade machines . We are enabled to do this at v . bis time by reason of the very large demand and great volume of sales , and because of improved machinery , factory short cuts , modern methods and our usual liberal policy of giving our patrons all the benefits possible on everything they buy of un . This is done for your benefit , and we want YOU to consider this as a personal reduction made to induce you to put oft * no longer the making of all the profit you can from your cows , to settle the matter once for all in your mind that right now and here is the greatest opportunity ever offered you to secure a high grade , guaranteed Cream Separator at a great cash saving in price , for the very least money a cream separator or thit high quality was ever put on the market . Reduced Prices : Capacity per honr . Iliiwilionio 7 io . 1 , 250 lbn ....

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

I r ] ^~~————————————————————*————*^^—mm——- ^ m—m———————*—————^———* —t _ 0 --CAPACITY OF-- QICream Separators ICapacity is an important consideration in the purchase of a cream separator . It enters largely into the cost and value MM of the machine , and there is no way of properly gauging MM . ^^ m either without reference to it A large capacity machine separates the same amount of milk in just so much less time . This saving of time means something in dollars-and-cents every time the machine is used . It counts up in the course of a month or a year . Then the wear of the machine is just so much less and it lasts that much longer . But capacity must always be determined with CLEAN SKIMMING under PRACTICAL , EVERY - DAY USE CONDITIONS , —with ordinary speed , milk cool as well as warm , cows as they come , and thick cream . Capacity means nothing if any of these conditions have to be sacrificed to obtain It . Thus capacity marks one of the BIG DIFFERENCES between the ALPHA-DISC DE L...

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[VETERINARY I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

[VETERINARY I ( Conducted by W . C . Fair . V . S . ) Advice through this department , Is free to our subscribers . Each communication should state history and symptoms of the case in full : also name and address of writer . Initials only will be published . CATTLE . Wounded Tongue . —Cow has deep cut across tongue quite well back . A . L . H ., Cresham , Ore . —Put 1 oz . alum in 1 qt . water and apply a little to wounded tongue 2 or 3 times a day ; also give sloppy food . Tin Hal Paralysis . —Cow wont eat and Staggers when walking . J . C . H-. Aberdeen , O . —Give 1 dr . ground mix vomica . , <• oz . powdered gentian . Y > oz . powdered ginger and & oz . powdered , cinchona in feed , 3 times a day . Kularged Knee . —Cow has large , hard bunch on knee . H . D .. La Grange , O . — Apply 1 part red Iodide mercury and 4 parts lard , once a week . Cow Does Not Come In Heat . —Cow fresh in Nov . has not come in heat since : she is thin and gives good f...

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COTTONSEED MEAD FOR COWS . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

COTTONSEED MEAD FOR COWS . S . E . S ., Loudonville , Ohio , wants to know how to feed cottonseed meal to cows . In order to use this teed intelligently it is necessary to understand some of its peculiarities . The first thing , that attracts one s attention is its great weight . This calls for bran or ground cobs . Another of its qualities is its constipating nature , which calls for bran . or oil meal . A third quality borders upon the mysterious , as no one lias yet . discovered why it kills pigs and calves and occasionally destroys the breeding powers of other stock . This calls for moderation in its use . Despite this objection it is iu demand by dairymen on account of a fourth attribute—its high protein content . One writer cites the case of an aged cow that in her lifetime had consumed five tons of this feed with the best results . . Protein calls for carbon , preferably corn . The inquirer does not mention the rough feed on hand , but assuming it to be mixed hay . a suitable...

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FIELD NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

FIELD NOTES . Sangamon Co .. 111 ., ( C . ) Feb . 22 . —First of month was cold . Ice formed and was harvestedj Last two weeks were warm . Not much corn marketed because of bad roads , price , 37 M . < S 3 S & c at elevator . Public sales numerous . Horses and mules bring good prices ; demand good for heavy work horses and well-broke roadsters . Stock wintering well in stalk fields , as there have been no heavy snows . Fat cattle . BOWte ; nrrgs . « % c ; baled hay . $ 15 ; straw , ?« r ( , 7 . Not much demand for loose hay . Creamery butter , 35 c ; dairy butter , 20 ® 25 c ; eggs , Sic . —T . A . S . GaUia Co .. O .. ( S . C . ) Feb . 21 . —Fore part of month cold and rough . Mild the Just two weeks . Stock wintering well , all feed advancing in price . Fodder in poor condition because of heavy rains fore part of winter . Hay , $ 12 ; wheat , 70 c ; corn . BOc ; oats , 35 c : middlings and bran . $ 1 . 16 cwt . Most of the cattle are being fed over , very fe...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Kfy Lodge Buff on I only a small assortment of __ T _ tt __ a—I thediiU-reiitludtebullous I In each andeverypairof I yj 5 p r ____ your choice . WS ! m $ QQd-M-6 vvr ^ tai ^ y ^ A 0 VERAll-S and JACKET 8 _ B < WJ § y II aretnade in all sizes for __ - ; KH * Am men and youths . For two __/^^____\ reasons we believe they fl ______| I are the best 50 c overalls I and jackets in the United I States : First , because we _ W \^& LJl & M make nothing else ; Second ¦ e / rtrBSSfl yW and principally because K _ j [ waa __\ we put into the makiiu : the _ fc JSQESK im money saved by not hnv- ___^ e & 95 ___| Ing salesmen , and you are ¦ _______ I the man who profits by it . Theywillwearlon . rer . fit better , and look nicer than ¦ F ^ . . T ^!_ B any other 50-cent overalls . Wk __ % f lm \ Ask your dealer for ¦ E ^ W- __ them . If he cannot supIB . ¦ < £ » Py yon with the Good-AII- __ 6 * OT ^ 2 3 ___ . < - > ver ...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Not One Cent to Pay to Try the Champion Milk . Cooler-Aerator CSS MM ^^ Biel- ^ 0 wnnt you to try the •*_ ^ M _\ Mg dii . mp . ouonyourowufnnii . 1 •* ¦ . _ ^ H W Cs 0 * # a dnyu . Then , if yon Uio rmk . «¦ M want It . pny lor it -if not , Mod l n l __ ¦ _¦_¦( i [ >> > tK nt unr oipenne mil i » . iy ld . fl Tv notl , ln f Thobu-itMilk CoolerB cni . M w . Aerator miidc . Boon jmyslts cont iMitiiiy / mm w . in timu mtvod . PrevonUbnct *? - w fl ¦ c-riiilKrnwth . Keoi . Hmilk *_ v . to 48 ¦ n , /__^\ nonrs longer . Itmiiinnmorc FoBtal / H ^ Vniil richer oraftm . buttor and _^ , dr * a ftwehouBO—better prieen—- ^ s »* ___ ss __ um __ miiWT ? c Te P , « ° it . Wo prove it ^^^ a ^_^_ ___ B ^^*^ J ree—riylit on your own farm . Writo postal for catalog , prices and alzea . CHAMPION MILK COOLER CO . 18 th St . Cortland , N . Y . > MAKE PAINT From CRUDE OIL . Tou can paint your barn for less than Two Dollars and It will last twice as lonn as the pa...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

DIIDI IP Oil I ! THURS .. MAR . 7 . 1907 Dili A A I r a . RIDGE LAWN FARM . 1 V __»__ . || # vrikb Hartland . Huron Co .. Ohio 20 haad Regfatared Angni cattle of the Coquetta Hawthorn . Laiy and Delia fun life * . . Foundation stock brad by J . P . Hino and Anerson and Findlay . Cows and heifers by snch noted mres aa Gay Blackbird , Erntoor and Protena of Glcndale . a son of OoMan Ahhot . With calves at foot or about to calve to Mrvice of Admiral of Ertell 2 d , an International prize winner , Included in tho tale . 20 Registered Shropshire Kwea with Lamb . at side hy prize-winning ram . One Grade Shir © Work Mare . One pair stylish Grade Percheron MUM , ready to break . Three ( irado Draft Colts coming I year . Farm Implements and Machinery . Stock sold in tho afternoon . Parties writing will bo met at morning trains at New London on Big Pour and Collins on L . S . * M . S . and at noon train . atClarksfieldon W . tt L . B . Telephone—Bell or Harrison , Olena 5 on 25 . S . H . FREN...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

. IFPSFYR-Rich . deep-milking JCK 3 CT 9 strains at Low # rices . ¥ lTg - relT £ oZl d YO R KS HI RES E . E . STEVENS , Madison , Lako Co .. Ohio . JERSEY CATTLE-BERKSHIRE HOGS ItllODi : ISLAND ItEDS . R . F . SHANNON , 907 Liberty St .. Pittsburg . Pa BROTHERTOWN STOCK FARMS Hon . f of the prent Sadie Vnle Concordia . WORLDS A . R . O . COW IN 1903-4 Have for nalo . choice Uolsbein-Frlufllau Bnll Cnlves at very rea « oi , nb ! e prices . For fall inform .. address QUKNTIN McADAM , Prop .. Ctica . N . Y . Shorthorns—Poland-Chinas Scottish Pride 2244 J 9 , a straight Scotch and a flmt prise winner at Ohio Sta . Fair 1904 at head of herd . A nice lot of cows , heifers . calves and one voarltng bnll . at -tlractlve price * . Barrtd Plymouth Rock cocketoli of choice breeding . D . J . GREEN . Camborland . Ohio . PnhllP Sfllp of SHORTHORN Cattle--c UUIIO odie Njne enxr . t - hnllB RIld A li ( . ! f . prs : and 21 O . I . C . hoes , Thursday , March 7 , 1907 . ( .. » t nine ready Feb . 10...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Ol r * piGS ALL SOLD ili \^ i B 3 £ l % r Spring Pigs . H . S . NELSON , ^ SIM 8 - OI . C . A Imp . Ctaester-Wliltes . —Ilegd . Extra • sows bred . PIes . Rlch In 12001 b . & ( id . Ohampn World s Fair blond . I .. K . , M A UTIN .. NVwtnwn O . Fnr Salp _ BERKSHrREPIGS _ , 0 | » i , i ! s , 7 , iut taken from the sow , and in Hire shipping condition , from the bost American breeding on dams Bide . and from our Imported sire . Hoth pig ami iiri .-c right . S . S . Withlngton . ftdrlnn . Mleh . -pirst l ri « e at Ohio . Slate Kairwonby my •¦ - largo Eng .. Berkshire Boar Young sows , for for nale . Artlinr C . Adnnrs . Westerville . Ohio . T AKIIK ENG . BERKSHIRK IIGS--I alrs AJ . and trios . No kin . Price reasonable . J . B . HE 1 M A- SON , MOULTRIE , Ohio . T aree Enir . Iterksliirea—15 choice sows ready AJto ship , bred to imp . boar No . 1 . large . 8 choice fall boar .. No . 1 . 10 SOWS . Pigs . H . P . IUt / OHMAN . WaJ . rvoiUl . O Largo Enicllsli lierkshlrra-Fall...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

CAN DAN PATCH PACE AMILE j IN 1 : 54 ? IHIS TRAINER SAYS DAN WILL ASTONISH THE WORLD IN 1907 . 86 T WATCH LEADING FAIRS . THE WORLDS MOST FAMOUS HARNESS HORSE FARM . _ T _ n * 0 fn ** onml Slock Food rnrm of 8 CVH 1 hundred aore » , owned by M . W . Savnfto , l-R « n « r » lly acknowledged toba tho motif-mooi htvrna- * hor _ o farm In the world became Mown . I the Pour World Champion Stallions , Dan Patch 1 : 6 3 . Champion Pacer and FaitOBtllanieia Homo in tho worW ; Crcsccti . 2 rtBV , tho champion trotting stallion of the world : Arlon 8 : 07 Ji , I tho champion 2 and a-year-old trotting lUlllon to high wheel tolky ; Mreetnni 2 r 05 « , the champion 4-year-old trotting italllon . Also Koy lTiifcmiiKMUr ., tin fir * , vlalllon to beat 2 : 10 I d world ¦ champion for four yuan .. All of thou ) . trillions and the ono hundred brood maris and their colt , eta fed International Mori . Food overy day . You are specially inyited to | vialtthia farm at Savage , 10 mile , from Minneapolis...

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i HORTICLLTURE [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

i HORTICLLTURE HIGH OR LOW-HEADED FRUIT TREES . What is the proper hight for heading out an apple , peach or pear tree ? Mr . Moore shows samples of trees in Ohio Farmer Jan . 19 , headed 18 Inches from ground . Will those having tried this method give reasons for it ? Is high or low heading better ? Would low heading do on level ground or in central Ohio?—A . G . E ., Lake City , O . It might be a question what system of cultivation will be adopted—cover crop or grass mulch system . ( I dont think it worth while to consider any other ) . If the cover crop system is to be adopted the trees might be headed 4 to 6 feet high . This would make It much more convenient for cultivation , but a great detriment for everything else . The older sections of my apple orchard , which is 40 to 60 years old , I my own planting ) the order of heading was hit or miss , low or high , just as the trees happened to be . I am very sure the low-headed trees have come to old age in better condition and are...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

Buy Trees Grown to Please CATALOG FREE fr 9 XWd an , ed - Applo and Poach Trees from $ 5 . 00 per 100 np . Mitchell s Nursery , - Beverly , Ohio . iFRUITTREESHs . Illustrated catalogue free . Send for one to-day . IIHiIII .. V . VD NUBSEBIE 8 , KOCHESTEK . K . Y . | CSrtlef Troea and Plants that aro grown on • _»/ ucr the hlRta hills of r-osjincton Co . . and you will get Ktock with plenty of fibrous root * . Wo have a nice lino of Fruit and Ornamental Trees , Plants and Vinea . Catalpa and Locuat also . Write catalog . TIVERTON NURSERIES , Box B . Tiverlon , 0 . STRAWBERRY BLACKBERRY ^ jinHWPcnni , RASP , Y PLANTS Extra heavy rooted high-grade stock . true to name . Write ns what yon will noed for spring planting , we will quote you special prices by return mall . A . B . WESTON * UO .. llrldirinaii . Mlch .. R . I ) . No . r ,. Tnrpft—Ordor Fruit Trees direct from onr I Khh \ Nursery and Save Money . We BBSL . U have a lino stock of fruit trees . Berry Plants , and Ornamentals . O...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 2 March 1907

MUSCULAR AILMENTS The Old-Monk-Cure will straighten oul a contracted muscle ina jiffy . ST . JACOBS OIL Dont play possum with pain , but tends strictly to business . Price 25 c and 50 c ^^^ V ^ pfifcy d ^ v w &* * c , io * fJ _ n __ m ________\ fr loo £ « _ ^ - - > The Red Tag is f \ \^ - ^ ~^ the identification mark Pk ^— - on all genuine PHOENIX TREES and PLANTS The sturdiest and best nursery stock ex . peneuce and good soil can produce . I . ook for the Red Tag on all trees you buy . Send to-day for free : catalogue . PHOENIX NURSERY CO ., 840 PARK STREET , BLOOMINGTOH , IU . ^^ i 1 f [ iy ; -W-. !_ iM /^ £ _______________ y ^ V ^ I vo sold ninny hie orr _ ¦ - ¦ i « gl chards . Consequently X . i -i I ^ R know what varieties are § H best adapted to your soil _ ,. £ __¦ JJsM nnd climaio . My stock in- \ v - K TAP MM Km eludes all tho money-mak-V mm ers—fancy and common vaV * mm M 4 S m Ma 8 mT rietfos . They are well * __ S ^ rs 3 ___________ P ; . P r * wn ...

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