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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
^ ^ k . . _ THB atPBOTED I BS ^ VICTOR Incubator ! W ^||^^ B 9 • eWp * B * l **»» Vha ilmpleit , mortfl Cata ? P &lt; T 0 « U * , jM obwnrtHatKttu Hatcher ! lj «^_ 5 __ 3 ggj * jggggj _ c q ~ QPHTOY , m . i B . H . FEBNALD breeder of ni lAlf I JUIPPUMIP Young and Old stock for sale . DLAul . LAnbdHANb Scored birds after December 1 . Eggs In Season . B . H . FBRNAIyD , Roseville , 111 . GEO . KREUSCHER g GOS . POULTRY were prize winners at State Fair . Beautiful Poultry Guide and prize list describing 20 varieties of land and water fowl for 2 stamps , GEO , KREUSCHER I CO ., SOMERS , WIS . Money in Poultry , Chicken . Turkeys , Ducks and Geese . A buyers guide oftho largest poultry plunt in the northwest , over 1 . 000 land and water fowls for sale , plan and view of poultry farm , finely illustrated . Eggs for hatching a specialty . Send to old reliable for book and catalogue , 10 cents , giving many valuable hints on raising poultry and building a henhouse . Please mention ...
What We Have Learned About Hoe- Cholera , [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
What We Have Learned About Hoe- Cholera , By , Prof . A . W . Bitting . THE contagious diseases of swine , hog cholera and swine plague , were exhaustively studied a few years ago . The Bureau of Animal Industry , oue or two of the experiment stations , notably Nebraska , and a few individuals made extensive researches upon these diseases . Is o time or expense was spared , and some , of the best pathologists in the country contributed their skill in the study . The germs of hog cholera and swine plague were discovered and studied under all ied under all PROF . A . W . BITTING . conditions , how they are distributed , how they find their way into the body , what effect they have upon the animal , the symptoms produced and the postmortem appearance . In fact , everything pertaining to the cause of the disease and the appearance of the diseases were carefully , worked out and fully . described . All the work that has been- done since has added but little new information . The whole st...
The Hog Cholera Question [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
The Hog Cholera Question By Dr . D . E . Salmon . THE groat losses from the contagious diseases of swine early attracted the attention of the Department of Agriculture and of Congress , and an appropria : tion for the purposes of the investigation was made iii 1878 , with annual provisions for continuing this investigation until the present time . Two diseases , closely resembling each other , yet caused . by distinct germs , and frequently both affecting an aiimal at the same time , have been recognized . The question of formulating practical measures for controlling : these diseases has been as difficult as it is important . While most prevalent in the great corn-pro-ducing states , the diseases have been carried to all parts of the country ; and , therefore , any regulations to be effective must be enforced over a wide extent of territory , and would be correspondingly expensive . The losses have , however , been tremendous , being placed by . some as high as $ 100 , 000 ,- 000 a...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
\^ GRIND ON A FRENCH BUHR MILL 1 ^ 74 £ ® , ^ fc 3 iL CHEAPESr &gt; DEsr &gt; msT SATISFACTORY METHOD iLdWLJk j- ^ jF ^ ! Sak ° f grinding Meal and Feed . Grinds Clear Qrain g / BaSff /^ gg | 5 a fefr ^ nilJ or VrusJiea Corn and Cob . Saves Power , Ee- | i §™ St 3 §? ipMi WfijELW | gyB | 3 m /^ pairs and Time . Use any power from one horse up . | H TJBw &amp; 08 ^^¦ ¦^¦ JBp * -A . First-Class liuhr Mill for $ 40 . 00 . Also f ^| ffld . ^^^ sJsB fjHH 9 £ L ^ Shelters , Steel Grinders , Crushers , etc . Address , fii g SS ^ RSS ^ nwl J ^^ mgj s , STRAUB MACHINERY CO ., ^ HHjfe ^ Srr -T ^ _ 4 g ^ ^ SIXTH AND GERMAN SXS ., CINCINNATI , © . f * 8 ! 8 S _ Jlr £ = —~ -
Fourteen Years' - Experience with Hog Cholera [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Fourteen Years - Experience with Hog Cholera By Will Manning . MOST farmers , like business men , are selfish and keep trade secrets , What is really required among farmers is more harmony , confidence in one another , and willingness to help the under dog in the fight for bread . ¦ : In the year 1884 I was feeding one hundred . head of hogs , besides fifty stock hogs . Just before oat harvest , the stock hogs got in-the oat field . They were driven out , but with a great deal of / trouble . Some of . the . hogs were overheated and laid down in a pond , where some of them died and were left unburied . Buzzards were attracted . Within ten days I had the first case of hog cholera in the county . I was away , when this happened ; on arriving home , found sixteen dead hogs , all . stackers .- . The balance of the herd were nearly all sick , including those that I was feeding . I had to save the hogs or break up . A drowning man will catch at a straw , and having followed the old saw , a...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
am Meat smoked in a few boars with Aft KRAUSERS LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE . IflVMado from hickory wood . Cheaper , cleaner , sweeter , and surer than the old way . Send for 1 ^ Jciioular . E . KKACSEUJc BUO ., Hilton , Pa . Ah ^ 4 v TANDEM SWEEP M \ # E 3 p 5 ) T ^^ pWV I ahead of all other mills . The load \ vT ^ rrVrirVll 111 1 » equalised , and each horse miut \^ Efes §? Fnrll A « pull WB own Bhare . Great gain In cap * . ^ pSgE 50 \ lM ±£ i c , ty » spcedani comfort . No gearingjn » ^ 77 ^ ^^ : , rnRlr frletlon . Give your horses a chance . . J ^ SZ ^^ i SPECIAL PRICES MOW .- ( Ai *&gt; make « £ lSfe 5 ^ 2 * 5 ? lL ^ Ti iJ sUeabe ] tpowermills ; 2 to 25 H . P . ) ?^ P ^ £ CT N . J . BOWSHERCO . SOUTH BEND . IHD , r &amp; Ssx THE W &amp; QTP tg ^ ggftaifc ^ TfcBUfrv oi et n B y ° ur E ^ to wiiole would KOfii 8 l ^ £ ^ w 3 tfcV \ more tlmn pay your taxcs * A * i BreMftl ^^^ ftSJlBM ^ B roun ^ &amp; r &amp; ln Is sure to bo dl » wa ^ lj £ ^^^ 3...
A Model Hog Barn and Feed Lot * * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
A Model Hog Barn and Feed Lot * * I . N ci ; tler to make the business of producing pork profitable , we must , reduce the : By James Riley , labor of feeding hogs to a minimum . This I secure by building a hog house and suitable lots so the pigs can come to the house for their feed instead of carrying it to them . My hog house is forty feet long and twenty-four feet wide with a hall / four feet wide through the center . On each side : 6 t the hall we have three pens ten feet square . We have seven lots containing one acre cinch . In . these lots we have grass and shade . The lots are connected with the feed pens in the house by a narrow lane four feet wide . The feed room is in one corner of the house , 10 x 14 feet . Our water is supplied by a spring .. . and is conveyed through an inch pipe under the ground and raised in a three-barrel tank in the feed room and from there to two barrels outside the house . Our lots are fenced with strong , smooth wire fence that is absolutely pig...
¦¦ The Hog the Packers Want [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
¦¦ The Hog the Packers Want ..-. - ,. By Louis F . Swift . NO animal hasdone more to lift mortgages and . convert cheap farm products into ready money than the hog . He will grow and give a pretty good account of himself , even if treated upon the- root hog or die plan , : and yet no animal responds more quickly to careful , intelligent , and common sense treatment . Through over-refinement in breeding , or injudicious use of too-concentrated or improper food , he sometimes comes to grief and rushes . pelt . mejrover .. t . he cliff into the sea of bog cholera , as it were , as if he was really ^ ppssessed-. wltW evil spirits , but with whatever shortcomings he may have , he is _ _ 1 l i f Ground plan of hog- barn and feed lots entered in competition , by James Riley , Thornton Intl . for prize of Corn King Grinding Mill , offered for best plan of hog barn and pens . truly one of the best and most available money-makers for the average farmer . For that reason , a careful study of t...
Succulent Food for Swine [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Succulent Food for Swine By Prof . O . . S . Plumb . AS the writer views the matter , the main benefit to be derived from feeding succulent food to swine , lies iu its special influence . on the digestive organs . That is , the intestinal tract s kept free and open , and . the action of the secretions is promoted . The use of the succulent food is shown in the condition of the coat and skin , and in a . lengthening out of the body as it were . Pigs fed on corn or other dry food , with little attendant moisture , are less-expansive in growth , if it may be so expressed . For brood sows irn particular-, succulent foods are valuable , as they not only , favor a stretchingput of the body , but they also promote milk secretion , which of course is very important .- Further where succulent food is fed in connection with grain , a more wholesome appetite will lie likely to occur . The roots and most succ .-.- lent foods , in themselves do not contain much nutriment . They contain from 70 t...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
DTJEOO JERSEY HOGS , REGISTERED STOCK . Send stamp for ( S 4-page catalogue , illustrated . Prices and history , J . M . STONEBRAKER ; Panola , 111 . Onn UCHIl Of pure bred Poland China Swine of oj £ » L UU ntllUferent ages and sex and of the best breeding for sale at low prices . J . s . HARRIS , Tecuniseh , Heb . CHESTER WHITE HOGS . Pure bred pigs $ 4 each . 3 for ? 10 . Sows $ 8 to S 15 . Also White Holland Turkeys . Stephen Lyle , White Cottage , Musslngum County , Ohio . FOR SALB . t ^ Dairy raised Poland China Boars ready for service , bred , sowstlO . Three mon . lis pigs $ 5 ..-. Pairs not Related $ 9 . Fashionable breeding . Herd headed by Look Me Ovrr Headlight 10 !) 77 O : CLAYTON C . TAYLOR , Lawtons Station , N . Y . Harmony He ? dof Bceorded POLAND-CHINAS All ages for sale and sows bred , Tecuuisoh King oKloS Am . Record , at head of herd : has won 6 firsts In 3 different states , and never beaten . Snrlng and fall pigs at low bargain prices . ISfNo cholera over hero ...
^ » w Twenty Years with Hog Cholera [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
^ » w Twenty Years with Hog Cholera By . Tames Riley . . Ill AVE been breeding , swine for thirty- ¦ eight years and have been a regular exhibitor of Berkshire swine for state and county fairs for the past twenty years and in that time have had a great deal of experience with hog cholera . The breeder and exhibitor is more exposed to the dread disease thanj the farmer as it is so . difficult to make the fair circuit without exposure to the disease . The farmer and breeder should be con stantly on , _ guard and at JAMBS MLEY . the first appearance of this disease , should immediately begin vigorous measures to stamp it out . I have learned by experience that , there is moreb in prevention than in cure . So , let us discuss the best preventive measures First , tiie hogs should be given the best sanitary treatment possible . They should not be allowed to sleep at old straw stacks , but should be provided with clean , dry beds , they should have free access to pure water and not be allo...
A Pound of Pork [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
A Pound of Pork 1 . It requires 13 . S 0 pounds of skim milk to produce one pound of pork when fed with . cornmeal . 2 . Skim milk could not be economically fed to fattening hogs unless it was a product which could not be otherwise utilized . 3 . It required on an average 4 % pounds of shelled corn to produce one pound of pork during an average period of four weeks , or oue bushel produced 13 % pounds . 4 . It required 4 % pounds of cornmeal to produce 1 pound of pork , or 1 bushel of corn made iuto meal and fed will produce 12 % pounds of pork 5 . When dry , shelled corn is more econ omical than cornmeal to feed fattening hops . ti . It required 7 % pounds or one bushel of ground oats to produce 1 pound of pork when fed with equal parts by weight of cornmeal . T . • One bushel of cornmeal is worth nearly three bushels of oats as food for fattening hogs . 8 . Corn-fed pigs gained 4 M &gt; pounds per week and ate about 21 pounds of corn per 100 pounds of live weight . 9 . Por...
—— -.. 4 » » ,-... ' . Hog Cholera [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
——- .. 4 » » ,-... . Hog Cholera By Prof . W . B . Niles . : SO much has been said and written on . this subject that anything moremay to some seem superfluous , but as long as ; this disease continues to cause such extensive losses in the swine .. growing states , without effective means of control , an intelligent discussion 6 i this subject is in order at all times ; In this brief article ,: • I will discuss the subject under the following heads : 1 . Nature of the disease . J 2 .: Causes and how communicated . 3 . Somey popular theories . 4 . Means of control . 1 . —Nature of the disease . It has been definitely determined that there are two widespread diseases of swine— -hog cholera , and swine plague , but they are so frequently associated in the same herd that they may be described together , under the term hog cholera . This is known to all swinebreeders as a widespread affection that ravages their herds , usually in . late summer and fall , and then gradually dies out in th...
4 i » FARMER'S HANDY FEED COOKER . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
4 i » FARMERS HANDY FEED COOKER . Reader s attention Is called to tills device , which Is sold at $ 12 . 50 for 50-gallon capacity . By feeding poultry and animals cooked food duri ng winter at least one-third of the feed is saved ; also having stock in a healthy condition , preventing bog cholera among your hogs and insuring the hens laying freely during the wintei months On application to the Empire Manufacturing Co .. Qnincy , 111 ., a catalogue giving full description , may be obtained . They are made in all sizes