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ILIVE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
ILIVE STOCK SHEPHERDS PROBLEMS . LAMENESS . Two letters are at hand asking about foot ailments and how to treat , The prolonged rains of the winter , with the consequent muddy feed-yards , have been very unfavorable for sheep . Few sheep can long wade in mud and fiith and keep sound feet . The Merino / , however , with their large and softer hoofs , are more subject to foot ailments than the smaller Down breeds . Not all soreness of the feet is foot-rot in the sense in which that term is usually employed . The same conditions , however , may induce it in the majority of a flock , so that it appears to be contagious and there is little doubt that in any case it is or becomes an infectious trouble and must be so treated . All diseased tissue must be exposed by trimming away the loose hoof parts and then applying something that will destroy the microorganisms that are really the destructive agents . There are many things singly and many combinations that will do it . There is not , how...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
AreYourKidneysWeak?Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It . To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy , Swamp-Root , Will Do for YOU , Every Reader of The Ohio Farmer May Hav « ¦ Sample Bottle Sent Absolutely Free by Mail . If you are sick or feel badly , begin tak- ^ ¦ LW *^ . Ing the great kidney remedy , Dr . Kilmer s , fl B Swamp-Root , because as soon as your kid- ^ H neys begin to get betler . they will help all the Ifeiat ill other organs 10 health . A trial will con- . VpS jttl I Didnt Know 1 Had Kidney Trouble | I ] | | I I was out of health and run down generally ; J ?/ U , / \ si ^ . had nu appetite , was dizzy and suffered with jjtiUS / l / i I \ j § N ^^ h . headache must of the nine . I did not know ^ ms &amp; ^^^^J ^ MS ^^ . that my kidneys were the cause of my trouble , Ari Hi but somehow felt they might be , and 1 began § R Wk taking Swamp-Root . There is such a pleasant ffiflRDnwlllliyIliUlll ! Uluffilil taste to Swamp-Root , and it...
OHIO LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
OHIO LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION . ( Concluded from last week . ) THE PRODUCTION OF HOGS FOR THE MARKET . This subject was handled by Mr . J . J . Ferguson , who is in the employ of Swift &amp; Co ., Chicago . He said that the products of the Chicago packing houses go to every city in the world where transportation facilities are at all good . He urged the farmers to work ln line with the packers and said that if the packers had sinned they had been chastised and were now very penitent . The packers are not retailers ln any way . All of their product is bandied through branch houses in the various cities , and dealt out to the retailers . CIIABT OF SWIFT &amp; CO . SHOWING POBK CUTS . Comparative prices per pound . —( 1 ) , B 2 % c ; ( 2 ) 8 % c ; ( 3 ) , 9 c ; ( 4 ) , 7 % c ; ( 5 ) , 12 c ; ( 6 ) . 10 c ; ( 7 ) , 7 % c . A , 12 % to 13 c ; B , 10 % to lie . A and B show the British cuts . The present wave of prosperity in bogs , he said , is not likely to be permanent , ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
M|||Jp|^^^hlWA( ISwIffllHv * fan 1 W % ffl W l /\ ilifii \\ tl a li 1 \\ V W X II . T M \  IL ) m / Mni \ i ^&gt; lm : i Mai il * ^ BBaBBB » . BBfcaBB » t \ J $ vjMinit l &gt; vw VJ &lt; ,. V ^ BBBBBBBBBB 1 « Sl BegintheHorseRightif you would have the rlRht lior *«* Dont handicap a promising colt with unwise management during the first few mouths of growth . Make the grain and feed he gets more beneficinl by giving a little of Dr . Hess Stock Food . It increases digestion by supplying the system with bitter tonics , iron forthe blood , nitrates to expel poisonous material from the system ; such ingredients being recommended by Professors Wlnslow , Quitman , Finlay Duu and all the noted medical writers . DBHESSSTOCKtmthe prescription of Dr . Kess ( M . fi ., X ) . V . S . ) is especially designed to make market stock take on flesh more rapidly and cows give more milk ^ besides curing and preventing stock disease . Sold on a Written Guarantee * 100 lbs . # 5 ...
DEVON CATTLE CLUB . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
DEVON CATTLE CLUB . The annual meeting of the American Devon Cattle Club , held at Atlanta , Ga ., Jan . 16 and 17 , 1907 , was very well attended by the Southern breeders and was one of the most enthusiastic meetings ever held . The Southern breeders are awake and are pushing the Devons on all sides , and as the Devon seems to suit the South country well , they are growing in favor fast . We had the pleasure of visiting the herds of Pritchard &amp; McDaniel , and of Judge William Henderson , both of Wilcox Co ., Ala ., and was agreeably surprised to see so many line specimens of the breed . These men are forging to the front and are building up large herds . Mr . Pritchett says he intended to have the largest herd in the South , and he is on the road to have it very soon . The herds of M . F . Merris and J . W . Zuber , near Atlanta , are also very fine , and they are having quite a demand for all surplus stock . They find ready sale for all they have to spare . The officer...
COMPENSATION FOR ANIMALS DESTROYED . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
COMPENSATION FOR ANIMALS DESTROYED . When the state sends an inspector and he finds cattle infected with a dangerous disease and orders them killed , who pays inspection expense ? Does the state pay for the cattle that are killed ? J . A . L ., Lisbon , O — The Ohio State Board of Agriculture has this matter in charge . When any dangerous disease , infectious or contagious , breaks out , it is the duty of every citizen , whose animals are affected to notify the board at once . The board will then take charge , quarantine exposed and diseased animals , etc . Any one whose animals are diseased , to his knowledge or belief , and does not notify the board , is liable to a fine of not less than $ 500 , and must pay all expense attending the quarantining . He is liable to this fine and expense if he moves a diseased animal from quarantine , or from the district , declared to be infected , or brings into the state any animal he knows to be infected . When it is deemed necessary to kill an ...
SALE OF A FAMOUS HERD . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
SALE OF A FAMOUS HERD . The attention of our readers Is called to the important advertisement , in last week s Ohio Farmer , page 11 , of the sale of 100 head of Holstein cattle by W . B . Smith &amp; Son , Columbus , O ., owners of Ohio s Famous Herd . The sale will take place at the Ohio State Fair Grounds , on April 3 , and will be a public auction . This herd has won more prizes in class , and more prizes in butter contests than any herd in Ohio , and it is declared to be the greatest dairy herd In the state . Farmers and dairymen should not miss this opportunity to obtain some of the finest animals of this great dairy breed . The Smiths are famous breeders and their herd has always attracted a great deal of attention at the Ohio State Fair . This will be the greatest chance in years to obtain some of the finest individuals in the best herd of Holsteins in the state . Dont forget the date and place —April 3 , at the State Fair Grounds , Columbus , O .
LUNG WORMS IN SHEEP . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
LUNG WORMS IN SHEEP . I have trouble among my sheep . They have lung worms . I opened one and Its lungs were packed with lightcolored thread worms V /&gt; to 3 V 4 inches long . Where does this worm come from ? How do they get into the lungs ? Is there any remedy ? I have taken The Ohio Farmer for 25 years . It Is a great farm paper . —R . C . G „ Savannah , O . It is believed that these parasites ( strongylus filaria ) are coughed up or ejected through the bowels , by the old sheep , and the worms or eggs are taken up with the grass eaten by the lambs . It affects lambs mostly . The worms inhabit the throat and air passages of the lungs , cause severe coughing , and producing anemia , or what is commonly called paperskin . The blood becomes pale and watery . I which causes the paperskin appearance . The best remedy is prevention . Lambs should not be pastured with the ewes or old sheep . New pastures every year , in rotation , will largely prevent . Dr . H . P . Miller , in...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
COL . G . W . CRAWFORD , GEO BYERS , S . L . HOOVER , President and Treasurer . V . Pres . and Mnnr . Secretary . THECOLUMBUSHorseSaleGosINAUGURAL COMBINATIONHORSESALEWill be held in the Horse Pavil- U ... L O C Qfi 07 OO OA Ofl lion , STATE FAIR GROUNDS . IMlCIl £ . 0 , CQ , C l , CO , £ \ j , 6 \ J COLUMBUS , OHIO . The greatest sale of high-class horses of all kinds , consisting of speed horses , coach , carriage , single driver , saddle , high-acting stallions , brood mares , etc . We have the grandest lot of heavy horses ever offered at auction in the country . Forty head of Imported Brood Mares from the Hartman Stock Farm Columbus , Ohio . Fifty head of Impprted Brood Mares , fifty head of native-bred Brood Mares , twenty head of Young Stall . ons from Col . U . W . Crawford s Sharon Valley Stock Farm , Newark , Ohio . On Saturday , March 30 th , about twenty teams of extra good young Missouri mules , three and four years old , weight from 1 , 200 to 1 , 500 lb ., to be sold a...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
^ MINERAL . /| B ^ REMED Y Sand today fas Y ^ HS T ^^^^^^^^ ^^^ H ] IVjUjl PERMANENT VO W ^« J |*«; E J 11 1 H h } f SI PACKAGE H V ill L ll /« l rures ordinary cases . ftJfA Mineral Heave Remedy Co ., 462 Fourth Ave ., Pittsburo . Pa SAVE-THE-H 0 RSE SPAVIN CURE &gt; Trade Mark cures these Icrmnnently Cures SpIlDt , Wind- .- * M v * - * pulT , Shoo Boil , Injured Tcndons ^ jL &gt; ik F &amp; Wl Yl 7 and all Lameness . No scar Or loss \» / Jl Qm \&amp;\ of hair . Hursc works as u-, unl . ryMf tty fjfr ? fff- . 1 bottle , with written binding ; JBW J AW ^ S Ep Iff ¦ P % guarantee or contract . Send 57 g ^ . 3- ff J SJ for copy , booklet and letters Swu , RmoaoP . t , Cufl 8 . 1 kMtf from businessmen and trainers — ——- on crery kin J of case . AH Dealer * or Express paid . Troy Chemical Co ., Binghamton , N . Y . T &amp; ZTX ifc ^ Read s ^ Rein Holders VllVahaft end * avoided . Ornamontal- - . if . . m M If iiw Slfk . l and I ml . Hufaher . 35 c...
I THE DAIRY I [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
I THE DAIRY I HOW SHALL WE DISPOSE OF THE DAIRY PRODUCT ? BY EDGAR L . VINCENT . ( Concluded from page 1 . ) degree of comfort and happiness from the farm . But what about the home dairy ? Has it no place in the farm economy of the present time ? The answer to this may be read in the scarcity of . strictly first-class dairy butter now on the market , and in the demand for it we may find another fact , and that is that the farm butter now to be had is a better article than it ever was in the past . Indeed , see how close a race dairy butter . ls running to the creamery product in the market reports from day to day . Many of us have read the little book sent out a few years ago by that queen of the Jerseys , Mrs . E . M . Jones , of Canada . Those who have read it will remember with what pride she says that she loves to see the rows of oldfashioned milk pans standing in a shining line on the shelves . Whether she would feel that way now , since the separator has come , hand in hand wi...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
^¦••^ a ^ The old pan way of raising cream dont | ^ XOkJ t TlJ TJi pay—it s too mussy and fussy—too much B ^^^ P ^ JB ffJm work for the women . And it don t pay ¦^¦^^^^^ J jMh \ in dollars and cents because you actually ^ H hgAf Aflfl lose 50 per cent of the cream you ought to get . You I can increase your cream product about SO per cent over 1 \^ r &gt; l &gt; 1 * m \ pan setting ; 33 per cent over cans set in cold water ; 25 per ¦ J ^ Lj ^ l ^^^ J cent over patent creamers or dilution cans by using the HNaEly.SHARPLESHHMTUBULARSEPARATORWW • I Besides you can skim the milk immediately after milk- ¦ / S ^ Wfa &amp; BrCSg H ing—save the handling and the expense of storage . A [¦ J ( H good milk-house costs more than ^ r ~ r \ W 11 / ! ¦ a tubular and sn 1 na * so Pr 0 ll ^ Tj ^^ l I fitable—even if you already have I \\\\ I the milk-house it will pay in la- Ik Ifp ] ^ A I borsaved , in crocks and pans saved , X«——jP [ ^_ -, ^^¦¦^^^¦^^¦ gg ^ B and the increase ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
SAWMILLSm ^ mmW All sizes . Most work wiih least power ^ | / ~ and smallest crews . All latest improvef ments . Also Edeers , Trimmers , Planers . I HhinKlo and Lath Mills , Cut-oil and Itip Saws , Feed &amp; UUK , eta Send tor flue free catalogue . American Saw Mill Machy Co ., 12 ? Hope Street , HaoketUtown , N . J . 008 Engineering Bide ,. New York City .
GROUND FLAXSEED AS A STOCK FOOD . [Newspaper Article] — Ohio Farmer — 16 March 1907
GROUND FLAXSEED AS A STOCK FOOD . We have received inquiries from some of our readers regarding the value of ground flaxseed as a stock food . One reader says that his local miller claims the ground flaxseed meal to be worth four times as much as the byproducts , old and new process oil meal , and that he is selling it at the rate of $ 60 per ton or $ 3 per hundred pounds . The market value of a hundred pounds of flaxseed may not be far from $ 3 , but It is certainly not worth that much to the stock feeders . The principal product derived from flaxseed is linseed oil . The residue , after the oil is extracted , constitutes the only by-product and is known as linseed oil cake . This cake when ground or crushed is known commercially as oil meal . In the oil-making process there is practically no waste . A bushel of flaxseed weighs 56 pounds and produces , on an average , 18 % pounds or 2 % gallons of oil and 37 % pounds of oil cake . There is a constant demand for the oil for use in t...