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Testing Cream . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

Testing Cream . J . M ., L , yon county , Iowa , writes : Can you or any of your readers tell me how the value of cream is determined in localities where farmers use hand separators and sell the cream instead of the whole milk to the creamery ? Cream of different thickness and density can be made at the will of the operator , and I wish to know by what method this difference In value is obtained by the creamery ? We are not able to say what plan has been pursued by the creameries that buy cream from the farmers who have small separators ; in fact we know of but one creamery that is being operated in this way . The cream can be tested either by the Babcock test , or by the old oil churn that is used in most gathered-cream creameries . The best and most accurate way is by the Babcock test , and we think that eventually this system of testing cream will become as general as it is now in testing milk . There are some difficulties in the way that will have to be overcome . The most pract...

Publication Title: Wallace's Farmer
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

wmmm w * OREAM SEPARATORS . I ________ OREAMERIES . hi lie TREATISE : GoodButter ^ and riJIl How to Make It . I Ell I All Dairying Utensils , write , KHflEUMD OBIBT-U . CHS . ¦ CO .. 7 » BtToat . _ , _ p ____ t . Mli-h . iiuiuininwiiiiiuniiiiiH ^ iiu _ iu ___ . u _»_ ininwiiiiiuniiiiiH » iimte ISBT RUMELYl . a .... sHntLSfHAJt .... 3 combines the apron and vibrator prin- £ aclple . lt threshes fast and clran . Is no _ 3 simple that tt lasts anrt neats but few » 3 repairs . It s the most modern thing in 3 thresher manufacture . It s a grain sorer ^_ _ S for the farmer and a . money maker for the E a tbi-sherman . Catalogue of the JZtftnely £ 3 WM _ of threshing machinery sent free . « 3 M . MiMB . roo ., IAPORTCMO . = Jm HIHIIIIIMTUMIMIIIM i-Hiiiiiiimiiiiiiinnniiwi •¦•• mwwiinii c HIHIIIIIMTUMIMIIIM .... •¦•• » v aw .. ............ am . . ^ ESSSSHSE RUPTURE A ^ L HAIB mural | SmiflrM ctf . *» mawV CHESTE 8 IMH SUttfcllJ . ^ * i _ B . aiEunr * oo . s * ¦ . ink tt * naa ___» n __

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

GONSOLlDflTEDJERDS ,, 6 ver two hnnffi-o . head of REGIS- A ^^^^^^^^ TERE DR E D ^^^^^^^^ A POLLS . Five herd ^^^ . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ H M ^ bnUsTthiee of them ^^^ B ^ B ^ A . imported . BnllcalTes ^^^ E ^^ tt ^ HM at reasonable prices . ^ m ^ ABBBBBI Come and see them or - **^ - write for what yon want . P . 6 _______ 1 >__ - SON . SONS * CO .. Central City , lows . PORTABLE WELL _ DRILLING ; f __ III Ti __ I JI fl 8 MRCHINER sta _______ edi 867 . Covered * by . _ J ^ EE 9 ^^ M tiatffrtfc Mad-toes dim asd a _ y ^^ PS ! 9 n ilentli both by stum ban * ^ C „ ^ B pairer . TwentTdlflerentitjtas Scad for __» mo-tested • eta & tne .- _____¦> ! CatY _ , 4 _ TAWE _ Wil ___ Wtfwfcw . Wm . EVERY FARMER whoissneceisfnlin purchasing farm machinery bnya the best , which is always the cheapest . Now the best service , cheapest rates and quick time are Burlington Bonte specialties . Ton can find out that these are facta by calling on or writing to F . L . CANNAWAYJ ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

60 SHORT-HORNS FOR SALE . 30 Feinal 8 S-SSS _ nfr ! S ? . 55 db 1 Srre , r Of ! Dulle SUto twenty months old . CruiokOU D _ IIIS ~ ahan __ s , straight Scotch-topped Young Marys , and other choioa families . They are good individuals , good pedigrees , good eolonand Prices Bight—from $ 70 . 00 to f 150 . 00 . If You Want a Good BulUrmTefe either by coming or sending yonr order . We mean business , and deal on the squares Cm ill Uarflc Special attention given to OlTlall fflolQSi lots from six to a car load . C . S . BARCLAY , West Liberty , la . Mention WALLAOES FABMEB when writing , Short-horns , Must SellatOnce . Ten head of long yearling flh _______ hellers . Ten cows bred . Fit ^^ B ^ VV teen young bulls from . 10 to 30 MB * months old . Quality and ^ aBX _ i 3 ____ breeding the best , Come and *> BJ ^ IW see » hom or write . JOHN CRESSWELL , Boniearte . la WB 8 TBOPK BON , Harlan , Iowa , TB- * . breeders of Short-horn cattle . Ton Young Bulls Bt for service for sale ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

DUROC-JERSEYS , PUHOC-OBBSBYB the , business fsnneri hog , Early pigs for sals at reasonable prices , B . WATSON , Newton , Iowa . n _ r . BC 8 SKIX , Fillmore , Andrew Co ., Mo „ II , breeder of Dnroc-Jersey swine and Buft Cochin fowls . Stock for sale C at -JERSEY reasonable prices HUXSIDK HEBD DUBOC • JEB 8 KYB For pigs from prize winning ancestry write , g . F . FATLOB . Prop .. Newton , la , ! AdelBhl * Herd of ^^^^^^^^ j ^^^^^^^ DUROSWIMB ^^^^^^^^^^ Choice m pigs of both sexes ^^^^^^^^_ Ei _> forsale at lowest prices . PAPmAMBBOr New blood for oureld customers . Satisfaction guaranteed JBRB . PBABBALt ft BOWS . Fort BffOfl . IB . STORY COUNTY HERD of registered—-DUROC-JERSEY SWINE . B A few choice pigs of both sexe ready tor shipment . Prices reasonable Address , W . B . or N . L . NILES . Ames lowa . DBIGHIONBIBDOF DUBO 0-JB _ B 8 HYS D A few choice sows bred , cholera proof Write for prices , H . F . HOFFMAN , Washta , Iowa , THE GREAT RED HBRDS —O-VN-D Bl WEST an...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

POLAND-CHINAS . Fashionably bred . Model Boy and Western Wilkes head the herd . Fall pigs , both sex snd a few choice , well bred gilts , bred to either of the above boars , for sale . Also best strains B , P . Bocks , Eggs from best tastings , $ 1 , 00 per setting of 15 . B . R AXUXE , Oak Grove , Jackson Go , Ho , LAKEWOOD POLAND-CHINAS . Am now booking orders for top pigs from early Utters by lAKKWOOD OHJKF 88881 . the great son of Chief Tecnmseh 2 d . Can furnish pigs out of flrst-class daughters of Old Blacktr . 8 ., Ideal Black V . B ., Butlers Darkness , Hawkeye Teonmseh and othernptedbpare . Write for prices . H . C . Mc ___ tll , BoekBapids 4 a , SOWS FOR SALE . * 2 . Sired by Guy Wilkes 2 d . Boyal Medium , AU Price , Square BueinesB . Black V . B . 2 d , Second Chief Tecnmseh , Boyal Chief 3 d , eto . Prices right . J . W . HIPPIE , Movillo . la . POLAND-OHINA SOWS Bred snd safe in pig to Hooaier Bor 23869 . and sows sired by him for sale at low prices . Also a few boars ...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

SIX SHORT-HORN BULLS , TWENTY COWS AND HEIFERS . AU Sootoh and Scotch topped . Master Cupbearer , a pure Crnictahankj McKinleywitt thrMOcotchtoD . • and Master of the Mint 4 th . AU yearlings and reds of the right sort . ^ Prices c ^ p __ a ____ fVe ^ es otrelated can be fumbled for foundation herds . Write or come aadseeT O . W . NOBTON * SON . WUton Junction , Iowa . CHESTER WOTlES B . R . VALE , Bonaparte lowa . ¦¦ BBKEDKB ^ ¦ of ¦ Improved k Chester White swine . The . gtL , YT ^ ____ _________ oldest and leading herd nK _ $ p ln the West . State Fair nB » WiiSMlW record unexceUed by any ^^_ , P __ ^ M BgBK _ breed or breeder , Stock , i _ asar for sale at reasonable prices . Write for what yon want , THE FOUR BURR MILL . WO millsin one ¦ for the price of one . Four of the largest burrs ever made ( 25 to 30 inches in diamAy eter ) , all grinding at the same time . Grinds twice as much as other mills . Has very light draft . Save one-half your money , and one- half of your time b...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 29 April 1898

GROUND ROCK SALT FOR STOCK . Kansas Lump -m ~ m • # £ H -tj J \ . OCJ £ V ^ tfix t gMeats , Ice ^ Cream , Fertilizlno !!& c ., & c For Stock - _ . « -. _ , «_ . ____»__ Purest , Healthiest , Best . mw > Lyons and Kanopolls , Kan . Address WESTERN ROCK SALT CO ., ST . LOUIS , MO gotAfrata . tor Zyooa Roc * Salt Coand Boy al Salt Co . * rr S TJe \ . mi Work 8 . HARNESS ! HARNESS ! HARNESS ! 4 ^ M ^ I . __ ^ I * * *^* A First-class . Oak Tanned Joutle F « nn Hir- ^ T ^^ - * ^^ F / t | ness for $ 18 . 25 while thev Uat . ^ t ^^^^^ 4 ^^»__^ I JPll Donble Farm HameBs , No . 1212 , ft Inch bridles % \ I ^ _ 3 M ^___ lll throughout , Concord or square blinds . Iron bound > A • n * V \ rf » black wood hemes , 1 H inch folded hame tugs , heavy \ k I WABl leather collars metal sewed . Heavy 1 H inch 2 ply eewed \| tl IXV \ l _ B tracoBf fancy hook and tenet pads , % inch back straps m \\ l / VA ____ wi * trace carriers , * inch Hp straps , IMilnch ...

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Better Sires . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Better Sires . The experience of the last year has shown farmers that there Is no profit in poorly bred and poorly kept cattle . The losses which many men have sustained ln feeding cattle have been due not so much the lack of skill feeding or low prices in the market as to the fact that they have been poorly bred rough stock from the ranges , dairy bred stock from the states , and fairly well bred stock that have been stunted in calfhood . The lesson has been a severe one but valuable if the right use is made of it The uniform complaint of old and experienced feeders for several years past has been that well bred steers are not to be had . They have searched the country over , have gone to the great markets in the hope of securing the right kind of stock , have bought the best obtainable , and unite In the testimony that the quality of cattle in Iowa and adjoining states has been deteriorating for several years past We have pointed out the fact year after year and once more point ou...

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Hand-Raised Calves on Large Farms . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Hand-Raised Calves on Large Farms . We have not had in view , in urging the raising of calves by hand , the position in which owners of large farms are placed . These farmers are generally given to growing and feeding steers—several carloads a year . Many of them grow a portion of their own calves , allowing them to run with the cows , while others confine themselves entirely to purchasing . Nevertheless , we find that some large farmers , even , are growing calves by hand . For example , Saunders Brothers , of Orinnell , Iowa , who farm eleven hundred acres , keep 25 cows and grow the calves by hand , having a stable expressly arranged for feeding them . Every calf has its head in a stanchion , after the method suggested by the Parmer elsewhere , and hence every one gets its share . It might also be mentioned incidentally that this firm grinds almost all its feed for between one and two hundred head of cattle a year .

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Feeding Steers on Grass . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Feeding Steers on Grass . We are giving a good deal of attention to this subject at present because it is timely , and we always make it a point to have everything that appears in the Farmer as timely as possible . Quite a number our readers will feed cattle this year on grass . Some have been warming their cattle up by giving from one-fifth to twofifths of a feed of corn ever since they came from the stock yards . Others have had their cattle on full feed , and are hesitating now as to whether to feed dry and sell in June , or to put their cattle on grass and still give a full feed . Still others , perhaps , may not wish to withdraw corn altogether , give a light feed on grass and will increase it as the grass begins to fail and sell in September or October , while others , and the most part , will prefer to shut off corn entirely by the middle of May , make all the gains possible on grass and begin feeding some time in July , others in August , and many of them perhaps not until S...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

p iu & Ms mbim mny Nm i * tummm mt a & m tuuittf & aa . BUMP—WN IINIIft N IU WDK III r 1 thati any other Iowa paper . —WALLACES FARMER occupies the same ffl fill Ilk VV VI position in the agricultural field . You can get both papers to Jan . 1 , 1899 , tor $ 1 , 00 . Address WALLACES FARMER , Des Moines , lowa .

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Consumption in Catlle . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Consumption in Catlle . While the veterinarians and the farmers have largely recovered from the fright of two or three years ago with reference to tuberculosis , or . speaking in farm language , consump- - tion among cattle , it is nevertheless a subject that will not down and is in every way worthy of the farmers attention . We , therefore , extract from a very valuable paper written by Dr . Bitting , of Pudue University , Indiana , for the Indiana Farmer , some points which are worthy of the attention of every man who owns cattle . It has long been a settled fact that consumption in cattle is practically the same as consumption in man and that it is communicable from men to cattle and from cattle to men . It is well known that consumption the country over causes more deaths than any other form of disease . In Indiana , in 1896 , it caused nearly twice as many deaths as any other disease , nearly three times as many as were caused by accident or diptheria , twelve times as many as ...

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Abortion in Sheep . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Abortion in Sheep . Mr . H . G . Homan , of Adams county , Iowa , writes : Will you please tell me through your valuable paper wnat is the trouble with our ewes ? We had a hundred due to lamb in February and March . During the last of December and in January fifteen of them lost their lambs . We feed fodder with the corn on , timothy hay and straw , and allow them the run of the pasture . The lambs that came on time were all right . They had no gateway to crowd through smaller than a wagonway, but would crowd some in that when we hauled in feed . Mr . Homan is not alone in this trouble . We had the same trouble on our own farms and lost about the same per cent and at about the same period of pregnancy . The feed was the same except that we gave clover hav and sheaf oats instead of timothy and straw . Ours had the gateway but the flock being larger the crowding against it could not be avoided when the sheep were hungry for something to eat . The gateway should be at least twenty feet...

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Results of Feeding Operations . [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Results of Feeding Operations . It would add very much to the interest of our readers-if farmers who have been feeding cattle during the last year and have kept anything like an accurate account would furnish us with the results ; the weight and age when the cattle went into the feed yards ; the rations given ; the length of time fed ; the quality of the stock , whether range , dairy cattle , or natives ; and the character of the grade , whether Short-horn , Polled Angus . Hereford , or Holstein-Fresian . As an illustration of the matter we want , we quote from a letter recently received from Grinnell . where Saunders Brothers fed 60 head selected from a bunch of 120 . Among these were a few Holstein-Fresians . August 20 th , they were turned into good pasture , and sweet corn cut up and fed to them for two weeks with a little shelled corn . The shelled corn was preferred as less liable to scour . At the end of two weeks a change was made from whole corn to corn meal . After the swe...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

Wallaces' Farmer Published Weekly at DES MOINES, IOWA . Offlcs Just across the street east of the Savery House . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE . Per year, postpaid ............. $1.00 All subscriptions nre payable In advance and the paper will be discontinued when the time expires , unless renewed . The date on the tag which bears the name of the subscriber indicates the time to which the subscription has been paid. HENRY WALLACE , Editor . H . C . WALLACE, I J . P . WALLACE , Gen'l Manager. I Adv . Manager . Mr. Wallace was for ten years, up to February, 1895 , the editor of the Iowa Homestead . His withdrawal from that paper was the culmination of trouble between him and the business manager as to its public editoral policy , Mr . Wallace wishing to maintain it in its old position as the leading western exponent of anti-monopo-ly principles . Failing in this he became the editor of WALLACES FARMER over the editorial policy of which he has full control . He invites the co-operation of his old...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wallace's Farmer — 6 May 1898

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