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Turkey Raising Given ¦> - • Earnest Consideration [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
Turkey Raising Given ¦&gt; - • Earnest Consideration Turkey raising has attracted considerable attention . in late years due to the possibility of raising the turkey in confinement A majority are of the opinion that turkeys must be given the entire range of the farm , and where this is done is is impossible to keep them away from Infected grounds . The confinement plan which is being successfully used confines the turkeys to areas which are not infested with blackhead , and keeps , the turkeys away from chickens . So far as care of turkeys is concerned they may be brooded and fed the same way as baby chicks . All feeds should be hopper fed .
Grains for Chicks [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
Grains for Chicks A comparison of common grains as the sole source of feed for day-old chicks showed that wheat gave slightly better results in connection with weight than those obtained from corn , kaflr , or oats , according to the 1920 Kansas experiment station report The use of cabbage gives fairly good results as a vitamine source , ranking in this regard . above carrots . The user of commercial chick feeds made up partly of weed seeds was found undesirable .
Care for Chicks [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
Care for Chicks Sitting hens should be confined to the slightly darkened nests at hatching time and not disturbed unless they step on or ; pick : their ; chickens . When • ; ha tchlhgy in which ; case ; the Chickehs should be removed as soon as dry , in a basket lined with flannel or some other warm material and kept near a fire until all the eggs are hatched ; or the eggs may be removed and placed under a quieter hen whose eggs are hatching at the same time . Do not chill the chicks . -
Making Plans Now for Improvement of Flock [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
Making Plans Now for Improvement of Flock As the returns from the flock depend largely upon the number of eggs laid , we must first get better stock . This means stock with the ability to lay more eggs bred into them . In the case of farm flocks , this may be brought about by improving the present flock , or by the purchase of new foundation stock . The method that appeals to the true poultryman is the former . Starting with what you have , provided it is of . a standard breed , it is possible to see a marked change in a few years ; This , may be broujiht about without the use of the trapnest , although exact records will hasten the process of improvement .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
Permanent Wave-- A REGULAR $ 10 . 00 VALUE WAVE FOR $ 8 . 00 FAULTLESS :-: BEAUTIFUL :-: LASTING WE USE GENIUNE SUPPLIES COMFORTAND SAFE LITTLE CARE NEEDS SETTING With-bur beautiful Permanent Wave your hair stays always .. . - dressed .. COMPLETE LINE OF BEAUTY WORK BURNHAM LICENSED French Beauty Shoppe 318 N . CHICAGO ST . PHONE 4498 JOLIET , ILL WITH J p ^ ^ ^ S ^ S p L mk ~\ - ^ ^ IfPB P - JJ &amp; 7 l ^ j B | BeW | t (^; ^ Bp f . Y ^ v Jk . . ^__ ¦ ... . . ¦ , - . ¦¦ . ¦ ¦ - • -. • - .- ¦ ¦ . \ - , PLAN AHEAD AFTER HARVEST APPLY A TOP DRESSING OF RHDMSLIME PHOSPHATE to your clover seeding . Natural forces will work it into the soil . It will strengthen the young plants , promote root growth , increase the crop , give the plant- extra vitality ., to prevent &lt;* - K ,- . ~* , T • ** ~ winter kill . Increase on first crop will probably pay for ^ youp order of RHUMS LIME PHOSPHAT ^ -Ae 2 m ^ dual purpose plant food which supplies not only phospnora . but - also cal...
"HANDSOMEST" ROOSTER MARTYR TO MOVEMENT FOR QUALITY EGGS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
HANDSOMEST ROOSTER MARTYR TO MOVEMENT FOR QUALITY EGGS The handsomest ; old rooster in all or Clay county has . been selected , but he ) never lived to crow * about it . Along with hundreds of his less beautiful Brothers he &gt; gave up his life in the interest ^ of higher quality summer eggs , according to a report by H . H . Alp , poultry extension specialist of the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois ; Given the axe along with • the handsomest old rooster was thei ugliest one , the one with the longest spurs / the smallest one ; the heaviest one , ; and -the swiftest running one . - All this was the result of a movement started by Farm , Adviser C . T . Kibler m . to improvethe quality ; of summer ; eggs produced -by farmers and flock , owners I of the country , v Fertile eggs in warm weather , have .. little chance of -getting to the consumer in tip top shape . As soon as the hatching season was over , therefore , Farm Adviser ^ Kibler launched a campaign to ...
STATE INCOME TAX LOSES , RECORD TO PRINT STORY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
STATE INCOME TAX LOSES , RECORD TO PRINT STORY The story of . the fight for a redistribution of . the tax defeated by a close vote last week , will be told in the cur . rent issue of the Illinois Agricultural Association Record ! announces the Will County Farm Bureau . The Record will be . off the press the middle of June . The story of organized farmers efforts to secure a more equitable system of taxation is now being prepared and the voting records of representatives and senators in the General Assembly will be presented in line with the I . A . A . s policy . to keep its members informed on how they are being represented at Springfield .
POISONOUS WEEDS CAUSE MYSTERIOUS COW DEATHS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
POISONOUS WEEDS CAUSE MYSTERIOUS COW DEATHS Recent mysterious deaths of several head of valuable cattle on a Sangamon county farm has been traced to poisonous weeds growing in the pasture where the cattle grazed , it is announced by Dr . Robert Graham , chief in animal pathology and hygiene at the College of Agriculure , : University of Illinois . The owner did not know that there was a single poisonous plant on the farm and had fet cattle in the . infested pasture ; for more than 20 years . Loss of the Sangamon county cattle comes as a season s first warning against the heavy toll taken each summer by poisonous plants and weeds growing in Illinois pasture fields , Dr . Graham said . When specimens from the Sangamon county herd were brought to , the college laboratories it was at first suspected that the deaths were caused by a fatal protozoan disease -found on the western ranges . The cattle had been shipped from the west . Extensive and painstaking tests failed , however , to reva...
| i i fA ' fV : . i • ¦ " ¦ '¦¦ ¦ ' v "" , * 1 '< !; 14 «) B-i l State News i [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
| i i fA fV : . i • ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ v , * 1 &lt; !; 14 «) B-i l \ State News i f cL 1 *; IIIIIIIMIIMII IM ** J f ** l * ¦ IIIIMIIHIIIIIIIUMIMI ? ^ , WulIain \ Gorten , sixty , of Barry , v « died from n fall down a steep stairr £ way , fracturing bis skull . ,. . , ^• V . Mrs . William Freedland , mother of • * six , was killed , when struck by an automobile at Casey , near Paris . * Karl W : Anderson , Chicago , has . ; b « eri appointed senior manager of the ^ / University of Illinois Men s Glee club ¦ , tgir next year . ,, Blood poisoning following an attack • by an enraged bull caused the death , ; WEugene Alexander , slxty-three-year-r ? old farmer , near Paris . .-Depressed because a fractured ankle . prevented his playing with other boys , o Vernon Kelly , fourteen , hanged him- eelf with his belt ln a shed ln the rear jof bis bome in Quincy . . . Representatives of golf clubs of Lena , Galena , ^ Hanover , Warren and : Stockton met in Stockton and organized the Jo Daviess C...
WILL COUNTY , ^ FARM BUREAU •' . j ? - - f . ; , ' i ' i ' 1 ' ¦'• ' uv *"' - • -i ¦" [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
WILL COUNTY , ^ FARM BUREAU • . j ? - - f . ; , i i 1 ¦• uv * - • -i ¦ } . ( continued irom rage one ) \ eastern - townships including Green Garden , Peotone , Monee , Will , Crete ! Washington and part of Frankfort . We have been very careful in our selection of , drivers . andi we feel &lt; sure . that the ones we have selected will give you the best of service . In order that you may know who your driver is we are listing below the : names of these men and the territory , they cover . First ,. Harold Gelow .. can service the four . ; northern miles In Green Garden , Monee , and the southern part of Frankfort north of the Lincoln Highway and part of Cook County . Telephone , Monee , 50-M . l . Second , Henry Arcntz is to service Washington , Crete , and two miles of the eastern part of Will Townships . Telephone Beecher . 96-M . Third , ArthujJBlsplng can . service the townships of - Peotone , the balance of Will , one mile ln the eastern part of Wilton and two miles in th...
SILO PROFITS BEING PASSED UP BY MANY FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
SILO PROFITS BEING PASSED UP BY MANY FARMERS Many farmers are overlooking the big returns-they could get on an investment in a silo , in the opinion of W r . A . Foster , of the farm mechanics department , College of Agriculture , University of Illinois . He suggests , however , that any farmers planning to build silos this season should do it early . This avoids the late season rush , allows for choice , insures a more careful job and gives time for getting bids for the purpose of keeping the price down to the minimum , he pointed out . ^ There are ; many types or kinds of silos built of woodVmasonry , and metal . Each has advantages as well as disadvantages . While one may blow over or ; burn , it has-. advantages to offest these • shortebmirigs . A little care ordinarily will prevent the silo from blowing down . Among the essentials of a good silo are a strong wall so that it will not burst , a smooth wall so that the silage will settle freely and a tight wall which will- not lea...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
IVUVI IUXUK 1 WILL COUNTY DAIRY HERD IMPROVEMENT ASSN . NO . 2 . R . J . HOYLE , TESTER Date Lbs . . Lbs . Owner No . Breed Age . Fresh Milk Fat Test Five Highest Producing Mature Cows : Dr . J . M . Hazzard , Jr . P . B . H . 8 . 3 / 27 2551 89 . 3 3 . 5 Barr Bros . G . H . 9 2 / 28 2043 85 . 8 . 4 . 2 Phil Goodwin P . B . B . S . 6 5 / 2 1090 74 . 4 4 . 4 Dr . J . M ; Hazzard , Jr . G . H . 5 5 / 5 2034 65 . 1 3 . 2 Barr Bros . ................:..... G . B . S . 5 5 / 3 1376 64 . 9 4 . 7 Five Highest Producing Four Year Olds : Phil Goodwin 16 G ; H . 4 4 / 10 2257 99 . 3 4 . 4 Dr ! J . M . Hazzard , Jr . .. „ .... 2 G . H . 4 1 / 12 2272 61 . 3 2 . 7 Dr . J . M . Hazzard n Jr 34 G . H . 4 3 / 15 1780 55 . 2 3 . 1 Fred H . Scheel ...... ; 16 G . H . - 4 5 / 2 1513 54 . 4 3 . 6 George Freis .... 24 ; G . H . . 4 4 / 14 , 1215 50 . 9 4 . 1 Five Highest Producing Three Year Olds : - • Barr Bros . ..... .. 8 G . H . 3 1 / 26 2105 69 . 5 3 . 3 George Freis 8 P . B . H . 3 , 3 / 23 2155 ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
| WANT APS 1 CATTLE HEREFORD CATTLE FOR SALE . 184-cows with . calves , 128 springer cows , 118 two year old springer heifers , 150 two year old steers ; 246 yearling steers , 238 yearling heifers , 426 weaned calves , 5 . registered bulls , • Females all -T . B .. tested , can be sorted to suit purchaser . Clemmie Ruggles , Fairfield , Iowa , Box 441 ; Phone 702 . • 21-22 PURE BRED GUERNSEY BULL for sale . Shreffwood Farm , Manhattan . Phone Manhattan lll . L . PURE BRED SCOTCH SHORTHORN COWS FOR SALE . Oscar Deutsch . man , Elwood . Phone Manhattan 27-L HORSES and MULES FIVE YEAR OLD MARE , 1700 lbs . for sale . Oscar Deutsehman , Elwood . Phone Manhattan . 27-L . POULTRY BARRED BOCK HATCHING EGGS , $ 4 . per hundred / Henry T . Lockner , R . 2 , Elwood . Phone 2650-Y-3 Joliet . SEED FOR SALE MILLET SEED , $ 1 per bu . L . A . Hibner ,-Elwood . Phone Joliet 2653-Y-l . LARGE POLLED HEREFORD COW with pedigree . Will be fresh in month . Guernsey heifers . Swiss bull . Guernsey bull ....
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
MISCELLANEOUS ; FOR SALE ONE TWO-ROW . POWER CULTIVATOR . One six-foot Deering grain binder . One leverless ; hay : loader . Call Lockport 182-J-l . FOR SALE— W H . P . INTERNATIO- . NAL GAS ENGINE , with mag . $ 15 . Phone 6438 . 407 S . Ottawa St . 22-23 RECIPE FOR MAKING BREAD . To Readers of . this paper I will send a Valuable Recipe which will make Bread . Wholesome , Digestible , free from Fermentation / needs no buttermilk . The Bread when baked consists of ordinary Flour , water . and Salt . Any Flour can be used . Take a quarter of an hour to . raise and then one hour in oven . Numerous Unsolicited Testimonials from Medical Men , etc .- ( Enclose International Money Order for 25 cents for Recipe . J . T . BYRNE , 83 Upper Leeson St ., Dublin , Ireland . ; 20-26 FOR SALE SAMPSON 10 * TANDEM DISC , 18 V plates . This is a real implement requires much power . Cheap if taken at once . W . W .. Sine , New Lenox ,. 111 . SECOND HAND JOHN DEEREf MANURE SPREADER and Emmerson gang p...
Dates Announced For Nine More Coil Field Meets [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
Dates Announced For Nine More Coil Field Meets Dates for nine soil expei-iment field meetings to be held the latter p dVt of „ June have been announced by Dr . F . C . Bauer , chief of soil experiment fields , College of Agriculture , University of Illinois . They are : Carlinville , June 17 , Joliet and Newton , June 18 ; Mt . Morris and West Salem , June 19 ; Kewanee and Toledo , June 20 ; Clayton and Oblong , June 21 . All meetings will start at ( 1 : 30 in the afternoon .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929
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