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AMERICAN EXPERIMENT STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

AMERICAN F.XrKIUMKN'T 1 STATION'. Tho riMiiarkabln growth and devo- I If.pment of Mio Wisconsin Agricul- ! tun 1 Ex|)o:nnent Aasociafcion during ; tlie nine yo-irs of it.i existence in (Mil- j phasised in tho eighth annual report ; of the asso-!iation just issued by tho ; r-erxotivry. Prof. R. A. Moore, of tho Collegoof Agriculture, Univorsity ot [ WiKconsin. Thi.-» orgini.sation, u-hkih was establiahol originally to ; secure tuo co-operation 'i inn hi.miu ates of tlio short cniiise in liiiprovieg -ewls grain.* of Wisconsin, has ex panded until its work now embraces almost all linos of agriculturo, and the membership includes fsurinors, numhering almost 1501) twatod 'in m ury important farming coiniinunity in tho state. Tho results of the work of this or ganisation havo boon manifest in the great improvement in quality and yield of Wisco'ism grains, which has been proved bv tho prizes which they haw won :it the national corn ex[K\si tion and other shows, in competition with tho best...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEP ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

sttnhp on the farm. 'f think sheep should bo kept on every farm,' said Mr. A very, recent ly addressing tho members of tho Ooomooroo branch of tho South Aus tralian Farmers' Bureau, 'and that if properly managed, there i.s a good I deal to bo made out of thorn , as they are prolita-blo in more ways than one. Of course it is necessary *-- i have a farm sheop-pioof, whinli means a considerable outlay but it will bti money well spent.. Another point of iiujmriance Ls a permanent water supply. This applies to a certain e.stent in keeping stock of any kind, hut more especially with them, as they will not stand much driving to water. For a number of years IuiuIh breeding for export has been a Rood paying biiMiiass, and for this puri««o I would recommend tits ShropsJnro orass in preforonce to tho pure Dior ino. They mature earlier, and give more woignt at a given age. They mature eariior, and givo more weight at a given age. They also seem very hardy, and will keep in good condi tion on po...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

g AW AUSTRALIAN DIP ? FOR USE IN A0ST!lALi7|- \ --?- y-^/ - on -/? pj) fpf?^ r^n^^^vA = i The only dip which j j effectively beats j ,' the Maggot Fly, ? j and prevents rein !-? fection. ?-. Remains on the -: sheep longer than !? any other Dip. No. I. To Preserve and Ini prove ' the Wool. ; TO PREVENT THE FLY j STRIKING. ! ? .._ ? i Sole Agents: ! SV30FFAT-VIRTUE,Ltd. 7 Bent Street, Sydney, N3.W. Exercises a prefer- $ vativo effect upon U wool. Gives a dust fr and weatherproof g tip. Aids the growth | of the fibre. | Produces all (hose S qualities of soft- 1 ness, soundness, K elasticity & weight, g

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

WISHES. I wish that I had rosy cheeks Aitid great big baby eyes. And wore my hair marcelled and puffed To just the lates-t size; And had a 'Merry Widow' hat, And figure so petite : Then, wming home upon tho tram, Perhaps I'd get a .-eat !

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHEEP INDUSTRY. MATING THE EWES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

'_ 'the sheep,/ industry, j MATING THE EWES. Having purchased the, onvi ,in-l t.lio rams, the question of matins e:\lls lor ooiinideration. When to ni;ito must l-o considered in relation to tho -|U-aIity of tlio country and tin) cli mate. For tlio production of fat lambs, ifc i.s wise to mute so th:ifc tlio Inmbs will bo ahout '2 or JJ months old when there is ;ui abundance of green feed upon which to top them olf lor ui-arkol, as they should he marketed ' helore. the £ras« seeds become tmulile Miiiiu, at. irom 4 to 5 months old. The shearing season nuiftt also lie con sidered, and it is preferable for tho lambs to bo about ;} or 4 months old ;it that time. Suoh may neee.ssit.ito the growth of crops for tho ewes dur ing th-j winter, which should easily h« dono on any well-managed farm. Mlwlter .should also be provided for lambing ewes in wet and cold wea thor. The j»o.station period of ewes varies from about 14*2 to lot days, with about an nverago of 14(5 days, or, roughly speaking,...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

Thoroughly Reliable Specific for Ridding Sheep and Lambs of Worms and Ftuko. 6H-. Packets (sufficient to drench .400 sheep or 800 lambs) ? £0 8 0 Case containing 5 Packets ? ? £1 1a 0; Ca»e containing 25 Packets ? £8 0 0 Sample Packets, 3s. 6d., post free. | ? | Manufactured only by THORNLEY & CO., j 38 Carrington Street ? Sydney; Queensland A-cni : i U. A.OODDAKD, 'M li»t*» Blreet, UriBl/iuie. j Victorian Ag^nt: ', J. H. FOQU, 17 (iueeu direct, MdUourue.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

l COMMKIUTAL WOOLS. ; When tho Australasian merino wool ; w.i.s at its height of perfection and ; renown throughout tho nianufactu- j ring world, both for its great spin- | ing capacity, silkn«i»s, softness, and ; colour, m.my pastoralist« sought to ? introduce more density, or heavier ] fleece, and although very many were obtaining satisfactory weights pt-r . flneec and keeping up the high stand- , nrd of quality, others introduced1 the ? American to obtain the desirable end. i .Much can be said for and against these sheep, as pure as our own, be ing descendants of the Spanish mer- : ino. but from the different methods '. of treatment, w*sre changed inti) a gpooial type, very wrinkly, with a great abundance of yolk. There : have been Many excellent results, and if the texture of the wool ha.s si.tfered a little, the weight has in- ' cif.-.ised. (-'n the other hand there ? have been a great many failures, no doubt caused through ignorance, a J want of knowledge of proper selection o...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACTION OF LIME ON DIFFERENT SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

ACTION OF LI.MK ON DIFFER ENT SOILS. The action of lime on various soils k a mechanical one, in altering the texture of the qnil, and with it those properties which depend upon its tex ture, such as its absorptive power for water, its amenability for tilUige operations, utc. The action of lime H-om a clay .sod may be introduced by the following experiment: If a small quantity of a nwivy ciay oe mixed with water in any suitable ves sel, it will iorm a muddy liquid. If a little lime be added to this »nd the mixture well shaken, it will bo no ticed that tho solid matters .sink to the bottom in a loose powder, and in a short space of time, if the water is poured off and' the soil dried, _ it can be readilv broken up by the fin gers. If no lime had been previous lV added, the clay, on drying, would form a harJ niaus, difficult to break up. This a'-tiott, which is due to the power that the lime has of coagula ting the fine p.i-ticles of the clay, is identical with wlfat takes place on the...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD THINGS ARE CONTAGIOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

GOOD THINGS ARK CONTAGIOUS Has it recurred to vou, fellow gar dener, that we nearly always asso ciate contagioji with the disagree ables — grip, measles, mumps? Wo think the germ we catch is the one we are sorry we caught. Now, honor brieht. do vou believe God made the world so all bad things would be con tagious, and the go:d ones not? Can we not catch health, and wealth, and' happiness, as easy as tuberculosis, and terror, and temptation? Comedy is contagious, and a heap sight more religious than tears. 'The Gardener.'

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREEDING FOR WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

BREEDING FOR. WOOL. The choice of breeds suitable for j this purpose is limited; it must be j tho merino, or else a cross-bred type i derived from tho merino. In either j case prevailing climatic conditions ; must receive here, as in aM other : liases, the most careful consideration, and the agricultural methods, ilf any, j must be tnkon fully into account. '? Should a cross-bred be decided upon, ; Mich typvs of the British breeds should'be selected us will give in creased lentgh of staple in combina tion with softness, good 'crimp.'' and iustre. Length is of first im portanirB 'vh-.-sro cross -hrrf-1 wools are erneerned. Le.ngth i; a viluablo (?oi.tribution to weight; \et even this obvious fart is often lost Fight of by those breeders who r.-iiso cross breds. Length -ai' fibre should always be strictly proportioned to ''qua lity,' or its degree of fineness. Tho finer the quality the shorter is the .staple. If ?'quality' be lessened, as, for example, by crossing a Bri tish breed wit...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

Our LIQUID MOLASSES forms at once the besL and most nutritious food for Horses, Cows, Calves. Sheep Lambs, Pigs and Poultry if simply mixed with Hay, Straw, Chaff, Husks, Bran, Pollard. Wheat, Oats, Maize or damaged foods. The outlay is trifling compared with results being obtained daily by all classes of men on the land. We. also supply Scott's Medicinal^ Molasses for the Human Family Write for instruc'tive^pamphlet and price will be sent post free by. ? ;. f%f%£$ MAfe^Q^Q i^^arlri*P-1^ C^O Rawson Place Haym'arket & I, KJFJU 1 lOlCl^O X UOaer \^^o*- 247-249 Sussex St., ^ydrney.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

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Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

Try it on tho Baby. Tho Cow's Baby. s- . . .THE. . . j Our Medicinal NUTRIENT FODDER is just as much a I NECESSITY In your FEED I ROOM rts Bait Is In your I -Kitchen ? j | And -3 sold on Positive Guarantee (iuarnncccfl lo ffivo you AIlSOIiUXB SATISFACTION, or your moiiny ro ti;rni;.l in full, nml lh« -|'iant,ltv mcl 11.1 a l.rinl, not niiar^oii fur, anil frciyht paid hotli way*. ©9 Sussex Street, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Cheaper than Chaff; Better than Bran. Oatier than Oats. Maizier than Maize. Mr. TlinmaH II. ItotHim, Curtaice Oontriutor, Crows' Nn-l, fed liW I'riw Winners nl, t-bobufc Uerrjr Shuwr oa Mula-Mtn iiml won; — 1st Prize ai'il Champion Draught Stallion 1st I'rir.i! ami Cliatupmn Pntuglil Slare I lui, 1'rir.o Mai.ten Mar.-, anil 2nd fnzu \i y.-ar ulil I'illy. (-irxn» F&l.) Mr. Wil'iam Ilulnm uritet: — ' On« U'Kn Dipper of I'haff anil (i) too imtind* kloliu«rit inoniimr unil ni):lu pracmviily ilmiM-l my milk output.' Sny«.'iun ricoinnioml lo any iHuryu.nn, en]ic(iially when...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAIRY. INFLUENCE OF THE SIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

I 1 fe©©@Q0Q| THE DAIRY. I?.^^fj ? I ? -3 ? 1 j INFLUENCE OF THE SIRE. A well-known brooder has well illuB trated this principle in the following words: — 'If tho bull be of inferior breed ing, it affects all tho' calves of his pet, moro or less, in tho entire herd. J'nt if thero is a singlo cow that is inferior, tho loss extends no further thiui hc-r own cnJfv' This is true, mid it emphasises tho truth of Uhn old maxim: ''The bull is half of tho herd for good or bad.' When farmers get this idea in their minds fall size, there will be less fool ir.g with inferior bulls or sizes of any kind. In reality it this low, cheap estimate -f the val'io of f^orxl breed ing in tho bull that is at the bottom of all the poor, unprofitable rows that wo sec. Of course, if .1 man lias a ];oor estimate of tho value of tlho sire, ho is cpt to set a r.oor estimate on what ho should do in other things. It Is true, as Hiram Smith said : ''A good bull :s a great cdncator.' Thero is another mistaken idea |...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

WF ©W/f/T'/f^Wn^ W Auctioneer, Land and Commission Wo b^lu^^».-U/i9il©Iw Agent, Seed and Produce Merchant COFF'S HHRBOUR. BEI.LINGEN. OORRIGO. and Bank Chambers, 36a MARKET STREET, SYDNEY Has wi'll-'mprovcil TVilrv find Aarlonltnriil Farm* fin- s;il«- iu all P-'irts of th'' Famous North O.uiHt Districts ; also ' Seocombo's' Famous riaml-shaKun Kaspalum Seed In any quantity. Write him at onre fi-r Property Catalogue, nml enrlOM' your I'aspaliim Sci'd Onier.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

LIGHT IN TUB DARKNESS. Have you ever got up iu the dark, and iu filing about for matches, broken au ornament or knocked some thing over? Would it not be better to have something uuder your pillow or on the chair or table near at hand than would give light by simply pre.ssiug a button? The Inlander's Pocket Electric Lamp will do away with the trouble, and is a delightful and useful novelty — producing a clear, strong electric light. Sent post free, on receipt of 4/- in stamps or postal notcs by the AUS TRALIAN MAIL TRADING CO.. 0 Hamilton Chambers, Hamilton-street, Sydney.—* 193 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY All Molasses sold are guaranteed to contain 6t- p.c. Sugar PWRMKMS, DAIRYMKN, SgCATI'KRS, SHOW KXITIIUTOR.S nnd l'ASTORALLSTS cannot, do butler than write to us for Quotations — in large or small quantities. Delivered F.O. B. or K.O.R. Sydney within twenty-four hours of order. NOTE OUR ADDRESS, as we have no connection with any othsr firm. References from any of the leading firms of Suss...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY DOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

DA III Y DOTS. ?' ' ? Under-feeding the cow is more than likely to cause tho production of a stunted calf. One thing Hie cr. s-s-breoder must be careful iml to do: he must not in tsoduce a third line. The man who wants to make up a good herd must keen liis cows in con dition all the year round. The quicker the milking the richer the milk; when you start get through as speedily as possible. On 10 acres of sorghum uuder ir rigation a Victorian dairyman kei-t 40 cows all through autumn and sum mer in full profit. When a cow is nearly at the end of her term look after her. She may want a help, nnd will he grateful for n little a I tent ion. Most cream immediately after se paration -is iu a condition to make good butter: the sooner all cream gets to the factory the better. Wheu the cows are fed with some thing substantial to supplement the plckcd-up fodder of the puddock tiiere is :i marked improvement in the yield. If this State is to develop into a dairying dlvisiou there will have to ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUST CARE FOR MILK FOR FEEDING CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

MUST CARE FOR MILK FOR FEEDING CHILDREN. . j The importance of pure milk In feeding infants aud the great need of arrangements for keeping it pure and cool were emphasized by l'rof. Abby L. Maria tt of the department of home economics of the University of Wisconsin, iu an address before the Pure Food Fair hold at Mil waukee recently by the university extension division. Miss Marlatt ad vised the use of pasteurised milk if good raw milk could not be secured. Wheu pasteurised milk is used, however, it should be cooled immedi ately after being pasteurised and kept at a low temperature, she poin ted out. Home i/asteurisation is ad visable when necessary, but the cool ing should not be neglected. An in expensive cooler can be made by placing a bottle of milk and a small amount of Ice in a tireless cooker. A bottle of milk may be wrapped in a wet cloth, where It is kept cool by the evaporation of the moisture from the clotli. Arrangements for keeping milk warm for long periods for infant ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHICAGO DAIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

CHICAGO DAIRIES. Moro is probably beard of clean liness in the dairy in the United States thnn uny where else on the face ?.if the earth. Experts are continu ally lecturi'ig, authorities are con tinually att-icking tho subject from ons or' other of a hundred sides, and still the -lairios there hardly seem t - be the absolute models of sanitari 1 ess that the outsider might expect. For in«.tonca, an officer of the Dairy Division spent several months inspect ing d.iiry barns in which milk is pro duced for the Chicago market. And in a recent address he said: — 'Seventy-three per cent, were rated nothing for cleanliness oi' stable yard ; of) per cent' were given a score ' of nothing for light; a score of noth- j ing for ventilation was given to A'2 per rent, of the dairies inspected. Tho scores for the construction of stable other than noted above took a wide range. Generally speaking, the floors were neither tiHit nor sound, j being or ordinary plank more or j loss worn. Cement floors ...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY FARM MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 22 November 1910

DAIRY FARM MANAUKMKNT. This is' the big question of dairy farming, fox it includes all other quos tion.s. It is a quet-tiou of how to so arrange, harmonize and adjust those other quesi.i.)ius, tliat the result may be for thu largest prolit. Already our Agricultural Colleges are grapplui ' with it, with th© hoi.o (writes 'Hoard's Dairyman in Am ericai that somehow, out of its large ness and its complexity, they may bo enabled to evolve something they can tea oh the stud- nt. In the mean time, about the only man who ap proaches is the practical man, the man who lias the job to handle. But hero we ate confronted with a vast disparity 111 nun. We have dairy farm 1 wi.agi-ra fill the way up from those who barely get 1.00 dol lars in return for every dollar spent in management, to those who really make from 10 to 2.1 per cent. The same difference exists in other busi ness. It docs not lie in the business bo much ius in the ditferi lg ability of th men to see and comprehend what is wanted....

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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