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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1909- THE DBISJtJET JTAJtM f I even here devoting the land to corn and other grain crops, one year each and grass one ycfar, might make a change in the character of the crops that would' be beneficial to both the crops and soil. The difference in the formation or make-up of these crops would assist materially in the rotation. With such rotation there would be each year' a good supply of corn, the other grains and hay. And this hay should consist largely of clover, or the clovers; as it might be advisable to sow more than one kind, as we do here in the East. In this way there would be large amounts of corn 'and clover with good clover hay, making an excellent combination for the feeding of stock. In the more eastern part of the United States where not as much grain is raised and hay may be con k sid'ered the leading crop, a larger rotation is followed. The length de pends largely upon the size of the farm and character of the soil. For instance, the writer in Vermo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

H 8 HI T fA&MJBE Saturday, march 6, ..9o9 HF iH , WMMMMMMMMnMHMMMiHMMHMnnMHMMHlMilMM . . t . . . I In the Lead for I 1909 UNITED O STATED I Cream I Separators II m The 1909 Model HJ B R 3 United States Separators BF1!! Retain All Features HI BBHUf that have given them their great the best. And by intensifying tho circuitous and tortuous currents of the milk in its passage through the separator bowl, wo have been able to Greatly Reduce Diameter of Bowl and still retain their great milk capacity, which also makes them operate easier than ever before. Notwithstanding most manufacturers were com plaining all last year of dull times and small sales tho UNITED ST'ATES SEPARATORS had one of the largest sales in its history and since fall season began, sales are larger than last year. . Do not forget that the United States has beaten H -, every separator in endurance tests and clean skim- ming and holds the WORLD'S RECORD. Ij No. dairyman can afford to purchase a cream Hi separator unti...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

SATURDAY, march 6, 1909 THE DESERET FARMER I year awo special cars filled with agri cultural and Domestic Science exhi bits have made a tour of the slate, slopping for one day's sessions at all of the principle stations. These cars were generously placed at the dis posal of the Institute workers, by the railroads, free of charge. The new method is resulting in great good, but it is thought that, with the experience of 'the past as a guide that the Farmers' Institute work is bound to become the greatest factor that we have in the state for the up lifting of agriculture. After its long journey the Presi dent's country life commission finds that the farmer will have to solve his own problems. In its report it suggests: "There should be organ ized under government leadership a . comprehensive plan for an exhaust ive study or survey of all the con ditions that surround the business , of farming and the people who live in the country, in order to take stock of our resources and to supply ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

H 10 Til D1I1KIT FAIM1R Saturday, march o, i9o9. 9 H& i - . ... mm I State A'gcnt, Utah and Idaho, for Ward's FirtUss Brooders 1 Style A, ISO chick, indoor, $600 Style E, 150 chick, outdoor, 14.00 m DELIVERED AT YOUR STATION. THE BROODER I THAT BROODS . YOU AVOID LAMPS, I AND RAISE THE CHICKS. 1 HEADQUARTERS FOR WHITE LEGHORNS THE 1 BRED-TO-LAY KIND. 1. Stock and Eggs for Sale. Write for Information. V I have an extra copy of the revised Standard of Perfection; M who wants it at $1.25; regular price, $1.50. C. S. GORLINE I 1224 Bait J2 South Strett SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH ' 1 I Have You Chickens to Sell? ' W Want Them. We Pay Big Tor Thtm, WE WANT YOUR EGGS ALSO BROOK RANCH COMMISSION COMPANY R 341 SOUTH 3TATE ST., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. I I A Great Bargain S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS A pair of choice The most prolific laying B duroc jkksey Plot strain on earth. H' for $m Stook and Eggs for sale. I H JOSEPH HUB '."hTgmaN K Otde, Utah, R. D. No, 3. N. and Waat. Skit Lake City. H I CRYSTAL W...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

I SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1909. Til DltlllT FAEMXR 1 I that to exclusion of the other, which I will be left untouched in the straw I and in time this will accumulate and I be more or less wasted. By feeding ibut one gain at a time, this diffi culty will be obviated, for if the birds refuse to cat some particular grain, it may be omitted from the menu aw soon as this fact is discovered, as it is a waste of time and money to feed that which will not be consum ed. For instance, some flocks will absolutely refuse to cat oats; others will lake hardly any notice of millet, but all will cat corn, wheat and bar ley and these three combined with mashes and green stuff will consti tute a' balanced ration. o WINDOW DISPLAY SCHEME. A' Youngstown, O., paper reports the following window display scheme that might be used to good purpose anywhere. We have used a fictitious name for the incubator, as a Cyphers would probably bc used: I "Wilson's bird store, 15 Boardman street, announced that Mary Jane wo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

m li Til llflftlT FAKMII SATURDAY, MARCH 6, igog , BBBBBBf ........ Wmmm - ii ... - ,. ,., .... . . HIM- - . -Ilirill IBUYAFARMI HEALTH Aid WEALTH 1 AWAIT THX MAN WHO 1 H SBCURKI A HOME IN 1 H ONE OF THX FXXTILX S H : FRUIT-GROWING AND 1 H AGRICULTURAL VAL- i H LEY! OF UTAH OR 1 H COLORADO. V I The Denver & Rio Grande : , RSACHEi THEM AJUL I tftih Valley Frilt Distict Grow River Valley Grand River Valley San Pete & Sevier Valley Price Valley AKD MANY QTHKR1 H WRITK rOW INFORMATION ', I : I.A.BENT0N,6.A.P.D. IALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I ; A FARM TELEPHONE ; f Will saye enough horseflesh tnl time every month.to pay iti coat for a year, and in H emergencies, when time Is , the big thing, it may save ' your home and your life. , Thousands of farms in this Hi country are now equipped ' wkh telephone! and yo could not persuade one of H these farmers who has pror- M 4 Its value to allow his tele- M phone to be removed, ff It helps to make farm life pheasant and saves money. W J i You owe...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

I SATUfeDAY, MARCH 6, ,ao0. lil DBT f AKltlll I I Ten thousand farmers of the north west controlling a grain output In the Inland Empire estimated to ex ceed 20,000,000 bushels of grain year ly, have formed a hard and fast com bination. There organization is the Farmers' Educational an Co-operative union with headquarters at Spo kane, Washington. The active board is empowered to employ one or more central selling agents to represent the union on the coast or at other necessary places. This means that the entire output of the grain is to be sold direct, doing away with middle-men. While no attempt will be made to fix an arbitrary price, the selling agents will hold out for the highest market values. BIG 5 POULTRY GO. Wellsville, Cache Co., Utah Cook's Buff Orpingtons and Wyckoff's White Leghorns Cockerels & Eggs for Sail Quality Bttter than ever ALF. SMURTHWAITE PROPRIETOR Bloobs: A politician always re minds me of a piano. Sloobs: 3-Iow so? Bloobs: If he's square he's con sidcrc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

B IB B 11 j THM Diai&KT TAXMXX J . Saturday, march 6, igog 1 I HORTICULTURE DEWBERRY GROWING. H Editor Dcscrct Farmer: Will you H ' please let me know through your' H valuable paper,- and especially valu- H able to those who read and put in H practice what they read therein, what H would be your advice as to dewber- B ry growing? H'' Tlfc prunning, watering, cjtic. I H hayc a small patch on high, sandy, H well drained soil. Last year they made a very thrifty growth and iborc H slfmc nice large berries. I believe H it would be a good thing for our H Emery County fruit growers and H farmers to start a small or large H patch of them, as they seem to be H very hardy and on account of ' ., their continuous blooming, the spring m frost docs not seem to bother them H much. m Dewberry growing docs not seem H. to be very extensive in our part of H the country, but it is like many other H resources; only waiting for the man or men with sufficient knowledge and a determined effort, to brin...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

I SATURDAY, MARCH 6, i9og, THS BMERE'T FARMER . 1 V y before it is too late. The season is H getting far enough advanced so that we can form some idea of crop pros- II pects for 1909, and it looks as though W we were going to have a large crop. I We arc making preparations early to handle it, so we will be prepared ' when the stuff is ready to move. Wc want to handle all you raise, cither on a commission basis or outright purchase; whichever you desire. You .may be sure wc will always pay you ! as high prices as you can get any i place else; or if you want us to han- I die your goods on a commission ba- . sis, wc will get you as much or more than can any other dealer. Wc want you to engage your crop to us, and Jet us know what you want in the way of boxes so that you will be .prepared when the stuff is ready to r move. Wc have, accepted the agency for , the renowned B'cari Spray Pump. ! Have a stock on hand and extras for same, as well as those for spray- ' ing purposes. Also have a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 6 March 1909

I IpOGELER SEED CoT I TMR-FARMEHayeyoueverno- M&Z BROMUS INERMIS R 4B tlce" ow muc" better crops some sJ& WCi B people produce on their farms than PT Of all the varieties of cultivated ! B - vl others; notwithstanding each 4lSf grasses this can be considered the m iyes the land and crops the same -Mfm best and most promising for this B t,M painstaking care? MMSBS . u . it I B ft t-a 4. j .. 1 1. . lWTTf.Cs , Part of tne country. It is well -B V Did you ever stop and think what -Mftl mmnftmWi? A a . a u a . I . - Vli .. 5 Tr A a mifllM 1 l adapted for hay and pasturage, m B 4 rtf ' was the cause? If you did you no I I f If I fwf ft m . . f ' & doubt found that the seed planted lllllBlfW W produCeS aheavyyield withstands B j ' was at fault. lUnfMJMH VI I if extreme co anc as a drought re- B. mfc : : GOOD SEED is the first requisite- ylkil If mil ri sister has no equaL lt wiU grow I B Jf ! to success. Without this your efforts '-J'ft' ftr- w on ail kinds so- Stock of a11 I ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

' " I .IL.C TV-UTAH -JR ' M aan"naMaHMMM"MM,BiallMWIHaaMIM'BnMaMHaNMHMMMMMHHaMiBi H I VOL. 5; HO. XXXII. SALT LAKE GITY, UTAH MARCH 13. 1909 : .k " M I PORTER-WALTON GO. Li I I . I Plants, Bulbs, SEEDS, Shrubs, Flowers I v I I EVERYTHING FOR LAWN, GARDEN AND FARM I ' f I ree-, Tarter w " f :jMM'iW''k in .Utah ($ I 1 Buy MiiMaWtt,ulfXnr who make v . HI HHIHHHHH Soil Tests B . JfcffV H I ' HIHHiiiHH I m fl H ...,, A Cut from our Centerville Trial Grounds I H x -' .' vH H . .' Where we TEST OUR SEEDS H - fcy fl p ASK FOR CATALOG H , V , a f I I POULTRY SUPPLIES f f I ' T Famous MANDY LEE g'Sg&Sggl I ...jj I H A Scientific Certainty No Guesswork H Jk fV I PORTER-WALTON CO., salt Lake city I ml - S i ' Jj i ii, - Triimnii7iiMiBiiu!rTrz7w ' ' "' " " ""' .....--. -x . V , IB

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

H 2 fJHJ Dlt'r fAKMHK Saturday, march ,3t I909 I ("LION BRAND" Spraying Materials H For 20 years wc have been manu al facturing spraying materials our reputation and 'experience insures mm you the lowest prices consistent, H with H Standard Uniform Quality B Why risk injuring your trees and H plants with untried mixtures? AI- H ways use H Lion Brand Arsenate of Lead H LionBrand Pure Paris Green M Lion Brand Lime Sulphur B Solution m Lion Brand Concentrated H Bordtaux Mixture H Our Lime Sulphur Solution for Hj San Jose Scale is all ready for use M no -disagreeable boiling necessary Hj just mix with water. m Distributing Agents H Salt Lake Hardyarc Co. H Vogclcr Seed S Prodnce Co. H 5aJf JLaAc Cfy, lfA H Send at once for our Free Booklet M WMen, Why, Mow to Spray, H and What to Spray With, I Thi Jis. A, Blanchard Co. H Cortlandt Building I Aew yor CKy I H . In correspondence and dealings, H kindly mention the "Dcscrct Farmer" fl to our advertisers. The Keystone POTATO PLANTER Depth of...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 40 t & X DlIJRJfcliT S AfcM H keeping our soil pcrrcctly cultlvatca and in good tilth so that air can enter it readily that the bacteria, our little helpers, may be able to work proper ly. If we allow our soil to become hard and baked by crushing over the surface, we hinder the work of the bacteria very materially. As soon as the oxygen in the soil air is exhausted our friends stop working and their benefits arc lost to us. Immediately after the oxygen is exhausted, another class of bacteria which is harmful to the interest of the farmer 'begins to work, (these can work in the absence of air and oxy gen) These arc -called he denitrify ing bacteria and will undo in a very short time all of the good work per formed by the beneficial bacteria. They break down the nitrates that have been made by our friends' and which plants can use as food. The denitrifying, bacteria do this by caus ing the nitrate to part with its oxygen thus leaving instead of nitrate only nit...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

I .4 " TM1 DMiBJtJET JARMJCH SATURDAY, MARCH i3t. i9o9. 1 I THE DESBRJST FARMER (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Comjbined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." I Established IQQ4- . H Official Organ of the Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec H tivc and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. B Issued vcry Saturday by the Des- tret Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc H curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. m Entered as second class matter Dec. m 27, 1905, at the Postoffice at Salt Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price ........ $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in H writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is dc- H sired, and all arrears must be paid.' H Advertising rates made known upon toplication. The right, is reserved to H reject questionable advert...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

Saturday, march 13, 1909. TKI DISKRET TARMER ' ft H SOWING BROME GRASS. r Editor Dcscrct Farmer: Will you please advise through your Paptr, what is the best Bromus Grass to plant for pasture, on the dry foot hills near Brigham City, and how much seed per acre, and what is the best time to plant and where can seed be purchased? E. E. CHENEY, Brigham Gty. m m Answer By Prof. Hogcnson, A. C. U. The best .kind of Eromc grass to plant for pasture on the dry foot hills, near Brigham, is Bromus In crmis. Seed at the rate of 18 or 20 pounds per acre in the spring of the year. Many people have good suc cess with the grass by sowing the seed upon the snow, just before it goes off in the spring. The seed will then sink into the wet soil and be covered sufficiently to grow. The surer way however, is to have your land plowed and the seed bed in good condition. As soon as the land is dry enough so that it can be got ten onto, Sithcr sow the seed broad cast and' follow with a light harrow with the...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

mtmr If tIK MflKKT rAXMII SATURDAY, MARCH 13, xgog. 1 BH S In ,,, M - 1 in 1. 1 " ' H Union LocK Po til try R A fc.M f IT I""fc Unof I1ld, Hof.ronl. A IM VI t l r l Uwn rnc' BH II II Union Fence C. H DAKDiWIKlL Km City, Me. H S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. H A good laying strain. The best B of winter layers. Eggs $1.50 to $2.00 H per 15. Ind. Phone 11531. H. H. McINTIRE. 305 Paxton Ave., Salt Lake City H FOR SALK. m Jtegkttftl Duroc Jenny iwine. B For information, write or 'pkoite H CALVIN WHEELER, H CoUkntoR Utah. I Holiday Specails m A few choice Registered Jersey M Wll cmlYM at from $50.00 to 56o,c H CM. H JOtlPW BARKER, H X. ZX Ife. s- Of, Utah. ' Qomhmili's Caustic Balsam Ml WWKI lit Ml f IBBtlHlft. X I, Mftif aad TotUir Cure for VMsv MHpCa BVNVi C XMflCt afc4Wi Tstiliiws rfiisWifar WJ SsBm BMPS MSm MMMMH MrvSA FpsTBSM 4 BBBjQBBvBael VM BB,B7 BjQBnT sHneHS M 1 jaM aM aM ! t jhwiffcta, 1 IsBBSBBsM Amm JEbBVBjbI ttP flsMrA H a IpMKlMnir, fair LWfMifap, B ill 11 n.TCSTfc jit, , IfcrtBBB...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1909. Til DlflRST FAM t- H cow is only affected in the jaws or head the milk will be fit for human consumption. However, if this dis ease has gained access to other or gans of the body it should not be , used as this disease is transmissablc to human beings. The calf and oth er animals should not be allowed to associate with the cow having this disease as it may be transmitted by contact or by soiled food. In the packing houses that are under government supervision, the carcasses of animals (hat have this disease, that arc slaughtered, arc passed for human food if the lesions arc local. Thus if the head is the only part affected that part would be discarded and the remainder of the carcass used for food. ANSWER TO MARCUS SKEEN, Oasis, Utah. , It is probable from your descript ion that your, -cow has a bad infect ion of the udder. If the udder is hard, I would advise applying a blister to the part. You may use one part of red iodide of mercury to abbout six parts ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

H ,j 9MB MJMIffNfi,AMlI " SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1909. I B WOULDN'T IT BE FOLLY TO SAY Jf I I1909USeSCREAM1 I U SEPARATORiS I B EXCEL ALL OTHERS B H IF WE COULDN'T PROVE IT? B m B Separator buyers arc becoming more and more critical. B H B Merc say so has less influence now than ever before. B B B Buyers demand to be shown proof. B B B s This makes us happy, for the more B B SQ B critical Separator buyers arc, the more H Ml BW certain they arc to become United jf H KB BC States Separator onthuslasts. B H Ef fSJiHk Simply ask to bo shown and the 1909 U H jB BtS-H 'sW. United StatcsScparatorwill do the rest. B H B " MJiJMBv In endurance tests has boaton every- B H B jSflEHL thing on the market and holds the B B H nfllf iV AV 'or CaIaIosur No. 18 and it will bo milled you H H n lB lJibB( togcthsf willi a beautiful liiliofiraphedlunuer in colon. Bl H IV ,tBBW1 Selling -Agents in nearly every dairy H J siiH 1 town in tllc Countrr; if nonc m yur Wm H B QPTpBW 1 town, write us and wc will be ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

Saturday, march 13, 1909- THE DESERET FARMER j N. it. and P. N. Nelson of Rich mond, arc on a trip to the East. They go to purchase a car load of purc-brcd Holstcin-Fricsian Cattle. They have several herds in view, but just where they will purchase is not known. These are enterprising young men and merit great success. We believe their hopes will be realized. Thus the Dairy interests arc grow ing hereabouts. STOPPAGE AT THE POINT OP TEAT. By Dr. David Roberts. Wisconsin State Veterinarian x A very common toublc in the or dinary dairy is to find an animal with the point of the teat closed', cither due to a bruise of the teat itself or to infection of the milk duct which causes a little scab to form over the point of the teat and unless this is properly handled with care and clean liness, the infection is apt to cause a loss of the entire quarter. The proper manner in which to handle and treat such cases is to thoroughly wash the teat in an anti septic solution, then dip a teat plug i...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

w H 10 tJC ) TAKMXX Saturday, March i3, 1909. State Agent, Utah and Idaho, for ' H Ward's Firls Brooders H Style A, 150 chick, indoor, $600 H Style E, 150 chick, outdoor, 14.00 m DELIVERED AT YOUR STATION. THE BROODER M THAT BROODS . YOU AVOID LAMPS M AND RAISE THE CHICKS. j HEADQUARTERS FOR WHITE LEGHORNS THE m BRED-TO-LAY KIND. H Stock and Eggs for Sale. Write for Information. H 1 I have an extra copy of the revised Standard of Perfection; B 1 who wants it at $1.25; regular price, $1.50. C. S. GORLINE H J224 East J2 Sth Stxct SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 1 V Gat Acquainted With Us H Keep posted on the conditions of the Salt Lake Markets at H our expense. A request will ibring you our letters every week. H CONSIGN YOUR EGGS AND POULTRY TO US. H Brook Ranch Commission Coniiany M 5Si South State St. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. - . . . , 1 I I A Great Bargain S. G. WHITE LE6H0RHS H K pair of choice The most prolific laying H dukoc jkrsey PlGi strain on earth. m for mo Stook and Eggs for sale. At JO...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
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