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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 December 1922

)"1 ' ' Wirt tt, NOV 5 Coenra Farm New, Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS 4) K'CEMBER 19, 1922 Jj6 - Tuberculosis in Cattle Dealt Mighty Blow by Supervisors V Boird Acts Unanimously to Cooperate in Eradication. The first definite step was taken farmers have had their herds tested last week by the Lee County Board of out by local veterinarians to eliminSupervisors to make possible the ate tubercular animals. This has eradication of tuberculosis in Lee been brought about , by the publicity County herds of cattle. Jas. Larabee and by the showing of moving pictof . Wyoming Township a veteran Red ures throughout the county during the Polled cattle breeder whose herd has -past year relating to tuberculosis in been under federal supervision for cattle. When private testing is done about 11 years presented the matter fanners lose the value of the animal of tuberculosis eradication to the if condemned at the central market. Board of Supervisors last Thursday. , He also pays for the veterinarian's In ...

Publication Title: Lee County Farm News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 December 1922

OUfWFARM NEVS ihed by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois flace of Publication! Amboy. Illinois, An 3, entered as secoi class matter Mdy 17, ,1922, at tit post office at iboy, Illinois, undeA act of March 11879. ""publis h and thir 1 i - L. S. Gf y. e. wms ed Serai-Monthlv Tuesdays. on first br subscription price is $1.00 Members of the Lee CounBureau pay $1.00 per year urn has been set aside by the e committee out of the year- fcershro fee. IFFITH, Farm Adviser. REN, Assistant Adviser, BETHARD, Office Secretary. tising rates furnished on ap ers of the Farm Bureau may le not to exceed 10 lines free se in the Exchange Column, mbers are charged 5c. per line g o woras. . . . ? and Executive Committee of fee County Farm Bureau aw, President. ' lonner, Vice President. eigle, Sec'y-Treas. fehant, J. W. Thier, A. H. Bos fc. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. Directors Garrett, Will Bobbins, L. D. nway, W. E. Taylor, W. H. Kug- rank Ford, Carl Acfcert, W. J. :ey, E. S. Dysart, John Emmet, M...

Publication Title: Lee County Farm News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 December 1922

- A Few Better Farming Practices 7 Any Farmer Can Pofit By Farm Bureau a mission to perform in g'V these farmers to treat oats to say nothing of all other grain? Assumi .(;.! that the Farm Bureau has been instrumental in getting only of the farmers of the county to treat oats for smut, meaning thereby a saving of $19,K3.77 yearly for the past six years or a total saving of the $127,322.62 at a p; i of only 30c per bushel, who dare isay the Farm Bureau has not paid its v ay ovor and over again. (4.) Recently the Comber or Potassium Thio Cyanate soil acadity test has been generally adopted. This test shows clearly the degree of acidity of the soil. Since this test has been adoUU in the state generally, less than a year ago, many farmers have learned that it is useless to sow sweet clover, for instance, unless soil conditions are right. With the very rapid increase of the use of sweet clover, a test of this kind is worth many thousands of dollars to Lee County farmers, since if the soi...

Publication Title: Lee County Farm News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 December 1922

5an? adJare run oiioe unless therwise reauested. Members are allowed 10 iinep.a year free of charge. A charge of 5(t. a line is made on ads to non-member and in excess of 10 lines allowed members free of charge. CATTLE A 2-year old registered .Shorthorn roan bull. A No. 1 individual. ROBERT RAMiSDELL, Franklin Grove. Two Hereford registered bulls for sale. One yearling and one 6 months old. Good ones. C. H. RISSETTER, Lee. Four Hereford bulls, ages from six to fourteen months. Sired by Regal Donald, Weigiht, 2300 at 4 years old. ROBERT MULLINS, Lee HORSES Team bay mares, 4 and 5 years old, in foal, weight 2,G00. Also team gray geldings 4 and 5 years old, weight 2,700. Also a two-year old mule. "" JO'S. DEITZ, Harmon. Roan Belgian stallion for sale. , JOHN HOELZER, Paw Paw HOGS A registered Poland China boar, weight about 300 pounds. Phone 45300. L. G. MEPPIN, Dixon. Ten Poland China gilts for sale. Good growthy, healthy gilts. EMIL KOESLER, Amboy. POULTRY Mammoth Toulouse geese and ...

Publication Title: Lee County Farm News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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