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MILKING MACHINE NEEDS CLEANING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
MILKING MACHINE NEEDS CLEANING E / Hikl Absolute Sanitation Necessary to Keep Out Bacteria . Equipment to . clean the milking machine is as essential for successful operation as is the vacuum pump , according to James D . Brew , of the New . York State College of . Agriculture . Bacteria get . -into milk largely from unclean utensils , but with the proper equipment a milking machine may be cleaned as ¦ efficiently as a milk pail and with a little more work . After every milking period , draw through each unit at least . , a gallon of clean cold water , lifting the test cups up and divtyn in order to allow the water and air to rush alternately through the rubber parts into the pail . Do this immediately after milking because to allow the units to stand even for a short time permits , the milk to dry , makes the machine more difficult to clean , and increases the possibility of excessive bacter al growth . Follow the cold water at once by drawing through - each unit at least one gallo...
Source of Ropy Milk Is Traced to Impure Water [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Source of Ropy Milk Is Traced to Impure Water Too often the . water supply on many of our dairy farms consists . of stagnant pools and marshy creeks , which are not only , a source , . of . supply likely to limit , . the daily consumption but may also be the cause of ropy milk . The ropy milk bacteria are found In stagnant water , and ^ . cows wading through such places collect dirt . on tlieir udder and flanks which falls into the pail at milking time . Here , conditions are ideal for bacteria to grow and multiply , and in a few liours the milk exhibits a ropy appearance . Cows watered from a trough or tank , on the other hand , avoid dirt and there is less danger of contaminating the milk . Naturally , cows in milk have need for more water .-than dry stock and young stock , but these , too , need a regular supply , and more in hot weather . The water supply in outlying pastures should be inspected at regular intervals . Water is just -as necessary for body functions as food . In f...
Fallacies m Feeding Cause Low Production [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Fallacies m Feeding Cause Low Production Some men feel that only cows with high production records will pay for care and attention to proper feeding . This is one of the fallacies in feeding which is responsible for the small improvement that is made in the average rations fed to dairy cows . It is true that poor cows will not pay returns on exceedingly high-priced feeds when butterfat prices are low . On the other hand the increased production of average ; cows will usually pay good returns : on the additional feeds that are required to balance up the ration properly . . Men who continue to follow the idea of giving their cows n poor ration try to console themselves with the fallancy that . while their cows are less productive , it does not cost so much to feed them and therefore the . . net returns are greater . Accurate records kept on • Iowa farms by cow testing associations prove that the hefils which cost flic least for feed are usually not the most profitable . The reason is ...
Many Chicago Quacks to Be Rounded Up by State [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Many Chicago Quacks to Be Rounded Up by State Chicago . —Plans to throw all fakers posing as doctors , dentists , osteopaths or other healers into jail cells on charges of practicing without a state license , were made by Clyde I . Backus , . assistant director of the state department of registration and education . He declared he , decided on that course after police , making a checkup of all men practicing any sort . of healing in the city , reported to him they had already found 200 unlicensed quacks .
Brig Gen . Lytic Brown Succeeds Edgar Jadwin [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Brig Gen . Lytic Brown Succeeds Edgar Jadwin Washington . — Brig . Gen . iiytle Brown , chief of the war plans division of the general staff during the World war and one of the builders of Wilson dam , a part of the Muscle Shoals nitrate and power development pro ] - . ect , was appointed army chief of engineers with the title of major general by President Hoover . He will succeed Maj . Gen . Edgar Jadwin , who retired August 7 as * lieutenant general . The appointment automatically makes him a major general .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
l ^^^^ l VETCH SEED FOR SALE . Phil R . Goodwin , Ritchey , 111 . FOR SALE — One Cream Separator , skims 800 pounds of milk per hour . Has only been used a very short time . Inquire at Farm , Bureau office . 12 x 30 WOODEN SILO FOR SALE , in good condition . Chas J . Clow , Plainfield . Phone Plainfield 94-W-2 . HELP WANTED—Men with pleasant personality , capable of meeting the public , with sales ability . Full or-part time . Sss Miss Howard , call in person at the Eagle Store Radio Dept . N ; Chicago St ., Joliet , 111 . 44-46 EXTRA GOOD YEARLING HOLSTEIN BULL . Swiss , Guernsey and Jersey bulls . Two sows due . to farrow soon . Thos . Stewart , Plainfield . Phone Plainfield 85 AV-2 . . \ ¦ FOR SALE—Ten tons of choice timothy hay . Had , no rain . Mrs . Mary K . Marti , Mokena . Pbone Mokena 31-W-l FOIt KENT—Grain farm . Mark and Wayne McClure . Manhattan . FOR ; RENT—ISO acres , New , Lenox . To progressive farmers . Good land . . Good buildings . Phones 265 r—2757 . D . R . Ande...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Selling Drain Tile Direct Manufacturer to Farmer !| Price List F . O . B . in Carloads at Kankakee , Illinois 3-inch ^ $ 18 per 1 000 feet . 4-inch , 18 per 1000 feet ; 5-inch , 25 per 1000 feet . 6-inch , 35 per 1000 feet . 7-inch , 45 per 1000 feet . 8-inch , 55 per 1000 feet . 1 0-inch , 95 per 1 000 feet . 12-inch , 120 per 1000 feet . The Kankakee Tile &amp;~ Brick CoInc . Under the Laws of Illinois in 1884 . Hae more feet of drain tile at work in the farm ! lands of Illinois than any other factory in eistence . Write Us for Prices Delivered at Your Railroad Station . The Quality of Our Tile Is Al . You Will Be Pleased With Them . The Kankakee Tile &amp; Brick Co . KANKAKEE , ILL-
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
HOTEL LOUIS JOLIET BARBERSHOP YOURE NEXT . . . i ; Any time yon step fiito the HoteJ , Iannis Joliet Barber Shop , for with 5 chairs and attendants always ready to serve you , there are no delaps . Would you car © to . try the improved service hi oiu shop ? If you do you will walk out a CONTENTED CCSTOMEB This ; shop is . prompt in its ¦ service , polite , painstaking 7— It is eager and appreciative . ¦ it wants you to come bacli again . ^— it holds its patronage •— : —^ therefore it seelts yoiirs . ; Will you give it . a , chance to ^ demonstrate ? ^ ; H—^ m n W M l i H H i II III CORD TIRES SPECIAL PRICES 80 x 3 * 4 Cord ...... _ ......-......... „ ... $ 6 . 75 31 x 4 Oversize Cord .,..:...... 11 . 75 32 x 4 Oversize Cord - ™ ... „ . ; .. _ 12 . 45 , 33 x 4 Oversize Cord .. „ .. ! . . „ 17 . 25 84 x 4 Oversize Cord ................ 19 . 95 5 Gal . Enarco Motor Oil ........ 3 . 85 5 Gal . Supreme Motor Oil 2 . 50 CROWNOVERS Authorized United States Tire • Dealer 5 liS CASS ST . PHO...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
SUPR EME Radiator Body Co . BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS . REP AIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463-J ¦^ LisSE 5 S 5 SsSEsli &gt; Ssl JOLIET BATTERY COMPANY TELEPHONE 4824 619 E . Clinton Street Joliet , IHinois FOR SALE H Accredited dairy eow » , ready H H to go into any herd vrittiont H H testing , Heavy Springers ; Hoi- H H steins , Guernseys , etc H H After looking them over H H yon will be surprised to find H H onr cattle priced very reason- H able . H Nothing sold nnder qoaran- H ^^| stiwiiw , ^^ M TONY MESSMAN J JoUet , m . Phone 2885-Y-4 J ¦ ¦ FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic and . Mechanical Brake Experts . See us it your brakes dont hold . We ; use an all-weather lining JOLIET AUTO BRAKE CO The Home of Better Brake * . 805 N . Joliet St . PHONB 46 M PAPESH CASH GROCERY and MARKET High Quality Groceries and Meats , Fruits and Vegetables in Season 1101 N . Hickory Street | Near Ruby St Phone 5227 g ^ S ^ SHS ^ S ^...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
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HEEL FLIES ARE H' CAUSE OF LOSSES -i , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
HEEL FLIES ARE \ H CAUSE OF LOSSES -i , FARM 1 H STDCK ^ • Most Important Insect Prob- ; , . „ lem for Cattle Owners . . ( Preiiared by tho United States Department . * , „ , ¦ ot Agriculture . ) \ J Control ot cattle grubs or heel flies Is -one , of the most important insect - problems With which owners of cattle J % of-, all classes have to deal , say the V authors of a bulletin Issued by the United States Department of Agrlcul- &gt; „» ture . The cattle grubs or , as they , are otherwise known , warbles or vg ,. . wolves , , cause losses estimated at .-from $ 50 , 000 , 000 to $ 100 , 000 , 000 an- •\ nually . The bulletin traces the life • history and habits of the Insect and •}• explains methods of control . j . A - The adult form of the insect , the / heel fly Is rarely seen , although Its ,, / presence terrifies cattle and t causes them to make frantic efforts to escape . - Why this Is so is not clear , for the x insect has no mouth for biting , and it . _ . lays its ...
Crossbred Pigs Often Excel the Pure Breds [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Crossbred Pigs Often Excel the Pure Breds Crossbred pigs very often excel purebreds in vigor and ability to make rapid and economical gains . It is usually not advisable to use these crossbreds for breeding purposes , since their offspring frequently lack uniformity in type . One should certainly not mate crossbred sows with a crossbred boar . , If these sows are used for breeding purposes , better results should be expected If a good Poland China or Duroc is used than if a boar of some other breed is used . No doubt you will secure good results by mating them with a Poland China boar , alv thought we are inclined to believe that pure , bred sows will prove more satisfactory for breeding purposes • . than the crossbred sows . —H . J . Gramlicb . University of Nebraska .
Satisfactory Breeders Product of Ton Litter [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Satisfactory Breeders Product of Ton Litter Some feeders are inclined to feel that feeding for ton litters in market production may be all right but that capacity feeding will not prove satisfactory for the production of breeding stock . The latter Is not true of hogs if the growthy , stretchy type are used and the high kinds of feed are fed . Type of hog and kinds of feed rather than amounts will determine whether they will develop satisfactory or otherwise . Some of the best breeding hogs ever produced were products of ton litters and practically every purebred swine association in the - / country is co-operating In the devel- , , opment of plans for special reglstra- . tlon for hogs which have made ton litters or very similar records . f ; Favor Vaccination While the last serious outbreak of , cholera occurred in 1920 , proper precautions should not be neglected this &lt; isummer . Plowing under old hog lots prevents the spread of the germs \ which might be lurking in the...
CARE OF PULLETS DECIDES PROFITS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
CARE OF PULLETS DECIDES PROFITS MM Mash , Grain and Clean Water Should Be Available . The : care of pullets makes a big difference in next year s profits or losses , says L . M . Hurd , of the New York state college of agriculture . After the pullets are twelve weeks of age both mash and grain should be constantly available in separate outdoor hoppers . Fresh clean : water should be frequently provided if there Is not a natural supply in the field . Unlimited grass , clover , or alfalfa range .. nd shade , are essential for , best growth . The ability to lay- is inherited , and thus depends more on breeding than on feeding ; but pullets should be well developed In body before they start to lay . If the pullets seem to mature too rapidly , do not feed them wholly on grain to slow up their Inclination to lay ; anything that checks laying is also apt to stunt permanently the growth of the birds . Feed a mash along with scratch grain , as It IS more complete lii . protein minerals and v...