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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
ENGLISH BERKSHIRES . We have a number of June Pig . that are rlghtup-to-datoinbreedingand quality , and make the price right . Address , ROCKLAND FARM , NORTH AMHERST , OHIO . Wood Dale The Headquarters for Berkshires Up to Date Breeding and Quality , The Wood Dale Berkshires won at two Worlds Fairs . New Orleans 1885 and Chicago In 1803 . My Importations from tho loading English herds enables me to supply old customers with new blood . The blood of Wood Dale s famous sires Las proved triumphant for years past . Send for Catalogue . N . H . GENTRY , Sedalia , Mo .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
° EXTRA GOOD = BERKSHIRES AT YOUR OWN PRICE . THE ANNUAL PUBLIC SALE COLUMBIA HERD BERKSHIRES , HOLSTEIN . .. IOWA , Tuesday , February 20 , 1900 . This . sale will include about a dozen choice gilts of April , 1899 , farrow sired by our well-known boars Sec . Wilson 47541 , Columbia s Duke II 50476 ; about a dozen extra young sows of October and November , 1898 , farrow , and a few older sows of much quality . We will sell Columbia s Duke III , a litter brother to our grand herd boar , Columbia Duke II 50476 , and Baron Duke XXV 50009 bred by N . H . Gentry and sired by his greatest boar , Baron Duke IV , and out of Duchess CLXVIII 44532 . This boar was farrowed February 5 , 1898 . He is a good boar , has a great back , the best of feet and legs and is perfectly marked . A boar sired by Headlight , Jr ., 43999 , out of Longfellow s Gem 33886 will be included . This boar was farrowed April , 1898 , and being out of a daughter of Longfellow 16835 will be a prize . The sows in this sa...
j Cbe Dairy j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
j Cbe Dairy j -THE DAIRY . Mr . W . H . Barber , of Libertyville , Iowa , writes : Every man of a family should if possible be possessor of a dairy , as the word dairy may contain one cow , fifty or a hundred , nnd the cows may be of any breed , though some breeds are far superior to others for the dairy . Thirty years ago dairying in our state was in its infancy , but it has been enjoying a very healthy growth , and today dairying in Iowa is one of the most enterprising and successful businesses we have , though southern Iowa is in the rear compared with northern Iowa . Let us see what Iowa lias done with her dairy and products for the year Just passed , 1808 . Within the borders- of our -state we • have 94 G creameries , an average of 9 i £ creameries to each county . The number of pounds of butter shipped was 92 , 299 , 211 , a decrease from 1897 of 7 , 243 , 473 pounds . The decrease is largely accounted for by the high , price of calves . The average value of our creameries is ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
Maple Park : Herd Jersey Cattle of the Best Quality ITp-to-Date Berkshire Swine The best butter producing families of Jerseys with good tests are strongly represented in this herd . Two young bulls of rare quality and rich pedigree for sale . Berkshire Swine of up-to-date quality and breeding for sale at pricea satisfactory to buyers . Satisfaction guaranteed both as to quality , breeding and price . F . J . MCDONALD , Decatur , 111 . GOOMASSIE JERS-. YS SONS OF Coomessle s Timstee 32806 and Ganfloidan Pe * P 0 tt -36579 TOR S-A . L . E . This breeding ia very similar to Golden Lad . Jersey Bulls ot such choice individuality and rich ancestry are rery rara . Choicely bred large English Berkshires of quality . Prices , Pedigrees and Animals will be satisfactory . • JOHN H . BURGIN , Huntington Valley Pa . Dt k VC ^ ecI tHtio «« . Dialogues , and other enterI Lfl I u talnmeat books . CatuJoxua tree . i bn ¦ w 0 BAMATK PUB . CO ., CHICAGO . J ^~ --j- w . ^ - r 1 T 1 TTTr . ^^ MmmmMMMMl...
Berkshire Sales j - ——— - ^* - ——— - ^»—— [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
Berkshire Sales j - ——— - ^* - ——— - ^»—— BERKSHIRE SAILES . The year 1899 has been one of unusual prosperity to the breeder of the up-to-date Berkshire who has advertised in The Farm Home . The demand for good Berkshires of approved breeding has far exceeded the supply and the breeder who has not sold all of his surplus stock at good prices , has either neglected to advertise or has failed to follow up letters of inquiry with the same degree of earnestness and frequency of correspondence characteristic of his more enterprising competitor . The breeders of Berkshires who have sold more stock In 1899 than dn any previous year and at better prices are the aggressive letter writers Who convince correspondents thalt they have the pigs to fill the requirements of prospective purchasers . The month of December , 1 *&amp; 9 , makes a better showing In number of transfers than the report of sales published tn our last Issue for November , which made a very gratifying showing . The i...
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
WHERE TO BUY BERKSHIRES . Breeders and farmers desiring to purchase first-class Berkshires will serve their interests by sending to tbe following well known gentlemen for catalogue and prioe list , viz .: ALABAMA . B . A . BISHOP Talladega SAM T . SMITH Troy ARKANSAS . J . W . BBI / L . ....... Beebe CALIFORNIA . SESSIONS &amp; CO .... I / OS Angeles GEORGIA . 3 . a . B . ERWIN .. ......... Erwin ILLINOIS . F . D . ORANB Mt . Sterling W . H . KER Prairie du Rocher J . W . GREENWOOD . Loaml R r . KINOAID Athena A . J . LOVEJOY &amp; SON .. Roseoe M . D . PALMER ..... Mendota FRED H . RANKIN- Athens D . H . SHANK Parte JAS . A . STONE ) &amp; SON . . Bradfordton INDIANA . I . N . BARKER &amp; SON ...... Thorntown ZOITA E . BRETT 3 ACH Cascade M . K . PRINE &amp; SON- Oskatoosa THOMAS TEAL ....... Title * KANSAS . O . AL STANNARD .... .. Hops KENTUCKT . W . F . ML . I / ARD Lawrenceburg CALDWELL NORTON .. . . Louisville FRIEND &amp; HAYWO...
COLUMBIA HERD SALE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
COLUMBIA HERD SALE . The public sale of Berkshires of Messrs . MoCutcheon &amp; Buckley , of Holstein , Iowa , advertised for February 20 , 1900 , is de serving of especial mention . The gentlemen composing this firm are good judges of what constitutes a first-class Berkshire , and having ample means and no lack of ambition , have succeeded in selecting the best obtainable specimens from the leading breeders as foundation stock . Their success in mating the grand lot of sires and dams composing the Columbia herd has been eminently satisfactory and . breeders who attend the sale or send their bids by mail will secure first-class stock at satisfactory prices , and . treatment characteristic of honorable gentlemen desirous of retaining their customers . The great boar Sec . Wilson 47541 , at the head of * the Columbia herd , was bred by James Riley , sired by the noted boar Baron Lee II . 30294 , bred by N . H . Gentry . His dam , Ollie 44599 , was sired by Golden King 27829 , ...
STOVER'S PRIZE LIST . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
STOVERS PRIZE LIST . Mr . John T . Stover , . Crawfordsvllle , Ind , a very successful breeder of high class Berkshire hogs , Short-horn cattle , Shropshire sheep and Plymouth Rockchickens , made a remarkable exhibit of Berkshires at the leading State Fairs of 1899 . He bred the five yearling sows that won flrst , second and third in class , and sweepstakes , and first on aged herds at five leading State Fairs in 1899 . The premiums won by Mr . Stover at the State Fairs of Iowa , Minnesota , Wisconsin , Indianapolis , Illinois and St . Louts , In 1899 , are as follows : Aged boar , Prince Lee II . 41 , 807 ; second at Iowa ; third , at St . Louis . Aged boar , Royal . Elmwood 45 , 702 ; second at Minnesota ; flrst at Wisconsin , Indiana , Illinois . Yearling boar , King Marvie 61 , 279 ; flrst , Iowa ; third , Wisconsin ; second , St . Louis . Yearling boar ; King Melvie 51 , 667 ; second at Iowa . Six months boar Royal Sand Creek 61 , 046 ; second Iowa , flrst Minnesota , third at ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
Biltmore Farms SI : BREEDERS OF THE . BEST STRAINS OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES , A . J . C . C . JERSEYS AND STANDARD POULTRY . BERKSHIEE DEPARTMENT—REUBEN GENTKY , Manager . At the head of the herd , HIGHCLBRE TOFPER , imported , champion over all breeds at the English Royal , Windsor , 99 . This award alone , outside of the many other sweepstakes and firsts , marks him as the greatest boar in the history of the English Berkshires ; moreover , he has proved himself a getter of winners . Foundation and show stock a specialty . Prices reasonable . Accurate description guaranteed . Apply to GEO . F WESTON , Supt . -r-. A AS . Our main specialty has been tne Berksmre nog . x ll 1 !_ .. _«_ . have been breeding Berkshires for 32 years , and have llf \ t % lTC \ l \ liri \ r \ devoted a great deal of my time and thought to im- [ V U I 1 / Villi Mx proving tbe breed ; we have now organized a company I \ l I IV Nil I I I , A with a view of still further improving them...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
_ XCR _ SA J . E . A NUMBER OF V . EIL-BJED Berkshire Pigs At a Great Eargain . • • • Pigs sired by Boyle King 39139 , and out of sows of e Ktra choice breeding like Daisy Lee 36614 , by Golden Rule 18891 , and others . Spilng Pigs of choice breeding for sal * at prices tbat all can pay . Send to Headquarters for Berkshires , J . H . G EIVTFY , Csnville , Ky . EMngiish Berkshire Hogs The foundation stock of my herd was selected from the best families ever produced and are direct descendants of prize winners . One aged boar and two aged sows , and a nloe lot of pigs for sale . Hy prices are astonishingly low for quality of stock . I am a breeder of Prize Winning iilver Laced Wyandotte and Brown Leghorn Chickens . Correspondence solicited . J . H . MILHOUSE , Blackville , 8 . O .
j Jersey Cattle j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
j Jersey Cattle j PBDBO 3187 . The growing popularity of the descendants of Pedro 3187 , the champion Winner at the World s Columbian Exposition , makes it important that his great excellence as a sire should be kept prominently and frequently before the breeders of Jersey cattle . Mr . T . S . Cooper , writes of this famous show bull and sire , as follows Pedro 3187 , won first prize at the great World s Pair , Chicago , September , 3893- Also at the same show he won the champion sweepstakes over all ages ; this in-competition of the grandest array of bulls ever seen in a show ring , selected by competent judges and sent to Chicago from all over the country to represent the Invincible Jerseys at the great World s Fair . Pedro also , headed the flrst prize aged herd at the World s Fair . Pedro also won the $ 300 prize at the great dairy show held at Madison Square Garden , New York , May , 1887 , offered by Mr . Theo . A . Havemeyer and Mr . A . B . Darling , for . the best bull and...
I Soutbdouw Sheep j [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
I Soutbdouw Sheep j FLOOK NOTES . Before this reaches our readers 2 , 000 pedigrees for Volume III of the American Southdown Record will have been recorded . The greatly increased interest in Southdowns is plainly Indicated by the short time in which these 2 , 000 pedigrees have been received for registry . The recording of the 3 , 000 pedigrees in Volume VII . that was issued in February , occupied a period of two years and four months , while the same number of pedigrees for Volume VIH . have been secured in nearly one years less time . Volume VMI will , as in Volume VII , be beautified and made valuable by the presentation of soame good pictures of typical Southdown sheep . Breeders who desire representation in this picture feature of the volume may do so by supplying the necessary half tone or electrotypes . No pictures will , however , be here • presented except those that are considered worthy . Mrs . F . W . Barrett , Wadsworth , N . Y ., writes that she had great sales last ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
M WOODSIDE FARM . Southdown Sheep , Berkshire Swine . White PoultryPlymouth Rock , Rose •—*¦» ¦ - ——• - Comb Leghorn , Wy . andotte , Indian Game and LangshanGood individuals of both sexes and of leading strains for sale at all times . I Inspection or correspondence I invited . J . r \ . le \ a » u , Vtoftuttai- ^^ -saaj ^ j Springfield , Illinois . i LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES Of the Beat Quality . I can furnish you a good Berkshire , of either sex , backed up with good pedigree . In point of breeding my Berkshires are equal to the best . I can assure buyers of quality , the best of breeding , and satisfaction . B . S . WHITE , Qifeen City , Mo . p Mil To exchange for an ate I II II MkBk 8 ant 11-room residence and r U K IVI barn , located on the corner III I If I ^ two of the finest Sooth _ _ _ _ - _^___ Side residonce streets in ll-f IIITrn Chicago . Lot 145 x 87 feet . IM nil I Lil Residence finished in ma- ¦ V Mm la III ! hogany ; all improvement *! II nil I IU in ( including str...
¦ « . »» . »»»»»» > t » M "' "" j Poultry m . mim . IHI " ' [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
¦ « . »» . »»»»»» &gt; t » M j Poultry m . mim . IHI SELECTION OF BREEDS AND BREEDING . Mr . George Ertel writes : A mistake is oftentimes made ln selecting fowls of a breed that ls not suited for the purposes for which they are to be kept . If egg production is the all-important point , it is a most serious mistake to select a breed of fowls that Is not noted for tffls product . If , on the other hand , meat is the chief object , an expensive mistake will be made if any but the heavy-bodied fowls are chosen . The small , active , nervous , egg-producing breeds cannot compete with the larger phlegmatic Asiatics for meat production . Then , too , if fowls are kept for both meat and egg-pro-duction , some breed of the middle class should be chosen . These , while they do not attain the great size of Asiatics , are sufficiently large to be reared profitably to supply the table with meat , and at the same time have the tendency for egg production developed sufficiently to produc...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 December 1899
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