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Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
For Sale Berkshires Spring Farm Mound 114440-dam COLUMBUS LADY 2 nd 101907 , a daughter of A grandson of HANDSOME LEE , sired by PATHMAKER HANSOME LEE . Farrowed May 15 th , 1909 , well broke and a sure getter . Price $ 50 . 00 if taken at once A BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE Also Spring Pigs sired by HOPEFUL LEE 2 nd 122145 , a son of HANDSOME LEE STAR VALUE MASTERPIECE and BARON DUKE 125 th and out of dams sired by HANDSOME LEE , STAR VALUE and STAR MASTERPIECE at Reasonable Prices . Bennington , Michigan Hibbard &amp; Baldwin . . , - - -
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
SALE DATES CLAIMED . JUNE 8—S . C . McCoun , Danville , Ind . Berkshires . JUNE 21—Combination Sale , Philadelphia , Pa . Ayrshires . JUNE 28—S . B . Smith , Chicago , 111 . Shorthorns . JUNE 29—S . B . Smith , Chicago , 111 . Angus . JUNE 30—S . B . Smith , Chicago , 111 . Herefords . JUNE 30—Kinloch Farm , Kirksville , Mo . Jerseys . AUGUST 9—G . B . Helmuth , Millersburg , Ohio . Berkshires . AUGUST 10—The Ohio Berkshire Association , Orrville . Berkshires . AUGUST 11—Sheffield Farm , Glendale , Ohio . Berkshires . AUGUST 16—Tom Stanton , Aurora , III . Berkshires . AUGUST 16—Wm . George , Aurora , 111 . Berkshires . AUGUST 17 . J . A . Leland and E . S . &amp; S . B . Smith , Springfield , 111 . Berkshires . AUGUST 18—W . S . Corsa , White Hall , 111 . Berkshires . AUGUST 30—American Berkshire Congress , Des Moines , la . Berkshires . Report of Combination Shorthorn and Angus Sale May 10 th and 11 th . It was a pleasure to be in attendance at the Sidney B . Smith combina...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
—d ^ E- ^ ( HIT TTfclTA ^^ L TENTS FOR ^ SlicPK *^ j 88 &amp; 5 f » AHYWHEREAT ANY TIME With or without capable men . A Tent is attractive , holds the crowd together and makes the stock look better . NOW ASK THE R . H . ARMBRUSTER MF 6 . COMPANY 514-516 South Fourth Street SPRINGFIELD £ ILLINOIS SALE RENT , . KM IDE If you want Berkshires of quality , the good money making kind , at farmers prices , with a guarantee on every animal , or Collie dogs at $ 5 each if sold at ten weeks old . Write W . W . Burns , Salem , - - Ohio . Angora and Persian Cats I now haveforsale some pure orange tabbies , also pure black and some black and orange kittens for sale . Pedigree will be furnished with each animal . ADDRESS MRS . H . T . MORGAN , - Glendale , Ohio IN -CARE OF SHEFFIELD FARM 5-ft . Boiler Steel Hogtroughs $ 1 . 95 Made or Heavy Boiler Steel 1-B In . Thick FULTON SUPPLY CO ., 1605 Fulton St .. Chicago , lit Cooper sTableis A Sure Remedy for MIntestinal m ( o w ^ 0 § iw n Worse...
Ayrshire Sale June 21 st , 1910 . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Ayrshire Sale June 21 st , 1910 . The Berkshire World takes great pleasure in calling our readers attention to the public sale of Ayrshires to be held at Belmont Driving Park , Philadelphia , Pa ., Tuesday June 21 st , under the auspices and management of the Middle States Ayrshire Club . In the middle west and the corn belt and perhaps also in the south , the Ayrshire is not as -well known as Jerseys and Holsteins . This is accounted for by the fact that this excellent breed of milk cattle have not been introduced in that territory but we feel sure that it is only a ques 1 tion of time until the Ayrshire will be numbered among our best known milk cattle . The breed originated in the hills of Scotland , where they are noted for the large quantity of milk produced on grass alone . In their native country , they receive no grain whatever but on account of the rich grasses , pure air and the fact that they are raised largely in the open contributes to develop a large , handsome cow tha...
A Word About the Sale From Mr . Dodge . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
A Word About the Sale From Mr . Dodge . Editor Berkshire World : — The Middle States Ayrshire Club consists of Breeders banded together for the improvement of the breed . They are tuberculin testing their herds yearly , making official records , and showing their cattle at the fairs . In fact they are the breeders that are breeding the modern type combined with large official records . The members of the Middle States Ayrshire Club own the animals that won most of the prizes at the leading state fairs , and the National Dairy Show last year . They also own sixty per cent , of the officially tested cows , seventy-five per cent , of all cows that have officially tested over 10 , 000 pounds , and the Champion in every class from two year olds to mature cows . We are making this first consignment sale to get Ayrshires into new hands , knowing they can make good . Most of the animals being offered could not be bought at private sale , as the breeders are trying to increase their herds , ...
MAJESTY BRINGS $ 4 , 000 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
MAJESTY BRINGS $ 4 , 000 Willowdale Importation Makes Best Prices Ever Realized at Vandalia , 111 . ( From The Jersey Bulletin . ) Those who attended the dispersal of the Willowdale Importing Company s Jerseys at Vandalia , 111 ., Tuesday of last week , May 17 th , were treated to a show of dairy cattle such as is seldom seen . The offering in individuality was a credit to the Jersey breed and at the same time they were well bred , including the get of almost every noted Island sire of the present day . There was rain and a chilly atmosphere in the morning which looked bad for a Jersey sale . Only a small gathering was present at the opening , but there were plenty of buyers and the sun came out in the afternoon , which brought the crowd up to several hundred . Lunch was had at 11 o clock and the sale started promptly at noon , with brisk bidding and rapid selling of the offering . Colonels D . L . Perry and Carey M . Jones were the auctioneers and sold 111 head in about four hours ...
PRIZE STOCK FOR STATE FAIR SHOW . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
PRIZE STOCK FOR STATE FAIR SHOW . Son of Champion Boar of Country Will Be Entered . Although the State Fair is several months away , prospective exhibitors in the various live stock departments already have begun to plan on their entries for the annual event next September . Early as it is , there is every prospect that the State Fair will be a record-breaker , both in the number of competitors and the class of the exhibitions . Among the prize animals that will attract great attention is the Berkshire boar , the property of A . B . Humphreys of Mayhews , Sacramento county , which is a son of the best boar in the United States . Mr . Humphrey obtained his blue-blooded prize from J . W . Russwurm , secretary of the Tennessee State Fair Association . The father , Lee s Artful Premier 12 th , captured the Berkshire Worlds Championship cup for the best boar exhibited in the Berkshire Congress last fall . Mrs . Roxy Butler of 1618 Seventh street , Sacramento , is a cousin of the Tennesse...
Sheffield Farm Purchases The Plymouth Lad for $ 9 , 000 . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Sheffield Farm Purchases The Plymouth Lad for $ 9 , 000 . Just as the paper is going to press , we receive word from the Jersey sale of A . P . Walker , Rushville , Ind ., that Sheffield Farm , Glendale , Ohio , purchased The Plymouth Lad for $ 9000 . His son Plymouth Lad s Golden Jolly was knocked down to Hugh McGowan , Indianapolis , Ind ., for $ 2000 . The top cow of the offering was Fanny s Golden Dove , and was purchased by Sheffield Farm for $ 825 . 00 . Col . D . L . Perry , Columbus . Ohio , did splendid • work on the block , selling sixty-one ( 61 ) head for an average of $ 513 . The day was good , the cattle of the highest quality and tne breeders were there ready to buy . This combination produced the above results . ( A more detailed account will appear in the July issue ) .
Fall Gilts and March Pigs [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Fall Gilts and March Pigs Our old friend , Mr . Wm . Lakings , Hurley , South Dak ., is advertising in this issue fall gilts and March pigs of either sex , sired by his herd boar , Masterpiece Baron 3 d 115827 , a son of the noted Masterpiece , dam , Baroness Isabel . These pigs are priced to sell , and we trust our readers will write Mr . Wm . Lakings , Hurley , South Dak ., and mention The Berkshire World .
June King ' s Great Young Boar . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
June King s Great Young Boar . While attending the King &amp; Harris public sale at Kansas City , on March 10 th , the Field men present had much to say about the great yearling owned at June K . Kings , Marshall , Mo . We recently had the pleasure of carefully examining this young boar , Baron Peabody 6 th , and pronounce him good . He was farrowed April 12 , 1909 , and is a son of Artful Premier 73307 , a son of Lord Premier and Artful Belle 24 th . His dam is Baroness Duchess , a daughter of Premier Duke out of old Baroness , the sow that has done so much for the Peabody Farm herd . Mr . King is greatly pleased with Baron Peabody 6 th and we do not hesitate to say that he is a grand young boar and would he a valuable sire at the head of any high class herd . He has a great spring of rib , an unusually good back , a beautiful head and ear , plenty of size and is full of quality . Barring the fact that he is not good on his hind feet , he is a show boar from end to end and ...
Mr . Creighton's Idea as to the Feeding of Pigs . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Mr . Creightons Idea as to the Feeding of Pigs . Creighton , Mo . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —In answer to your letter requesting me to send a short article on How to care for your pigs after weaning time I submit the following : From the time the pigs are first farrowed , we should be preparing them for weaning time , when they must hustle for themselves so to speak . By all means , have each sow in a separate lot , with an , individual apartment that is dry and clean , at least one week before farrowing , so she will be quiet and contented . Also have the sow gentle , by good treatment and handling , so you can stay with her without worrying her by your presence . Be ¦ very careful and do not overfeed the sow while the pigs are young , as they take very little milk for a week or so . Right here let me say , never overfeed any hog at any time . By having the sow and litter to themselves , the pigs will not rob from other litters , and will learn to eat mu...
Feeding the Sow Before and After Weaning the Pigs . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Feeding the Sow Before and After Weaning the Pigs . Astoria , 111 . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —I will now tell you how I had good success with sows and their pigs till weaning time and after . I have three brood sows that farrowed early Spring litters . Before the sows farrowed , I kept them all together and fed them equal parts of ground corn , oats , bran and shorts . This I fed scalded and fed it warm in the evening . Then in the morning I fed whole corn . I also fed each sow one tablespoonfui of Linseed meal ouce a day . About two weeks before the sows were to farrow , I put each one in . a separate pen so as to get them accustomed to the surroundings . In March , three sows farrowed thirty two ( 32 ) pigs . Seven of them died and that left me twenty-five ( 25 ) nice pigs . After the sows had farrowed , I gave them nothing but pure clean water for the first twenty-four hours , then I gave them a small feed of scalded feed and kept on , increasing the ...
The Care of Young Pigs Directly After Weaning Time . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
The Care of Young Pigs Directly After Weaning Time . The young pig should be brought along in such a way , up until he is old enough to take away from the sow , that when this is done he will continue doing just as well as before , and really be no noticeable change will take place at all . It is a very easy matter to do this and any one can accomplish it without difficulty . By the time the pigs are six weeks old they should be eating liberally by themselves in a pen near their dam , made so the latter cannot get to their feed . This should be fixed when the pigs are four weeks old , and by the use of a little new milk they will soon be in waiting for their meals , as regular as the older hogs . As they grow older of course , their feed should be increased but be careful that they have nothnig but sweet food , never allowing any feed left in the troughs to sour , or if it should the troughs must be thoroughly cleansed and kept sweet . We believe in plenty of sweet milk and as the p...
Another Method . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Another Method . OfFallon , Mo . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —In writing about the care of pigs just after weanning , it may be well to say , that we do not wean our pigs but let the sows attend to that , as they have plenty of time . We feed just the same after the pigs are weaned as we did before , but more of it . Slop is made of shipstuff , tankage , and a little old process linseed meal with skim milk and water , just thin enough to pour out of the bucket . W , e mix the slop fresh each time . We do not believe in the ol . time swill barrel , that is but seldom , if ever , emptied entirely . We also feed some corn in the ear . Pigs run on pasture . This kind of feeding , with dry , comfortable quarters to sleep in will grovi pigs fairly well . Very truly yours , W . A . Harris &amp; Son .
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
I ™^ MILK OIL SNAP / OLDEST AND BEST AMERICAN ^ ™^/ ightfoot gal vanized steel tank for )* 4 m - E- A FA ^¦ ¦; . - ~ .-, ~ -Cjt Sheep or Hogs and 5-gallon can Milk Oil \ A I £ . UU Sheep or Hog Dip , free on board Chicago )?¦¦ Special ratoa on largo lots . Three 12 . 00 piujkots of Cooper Bheep Dip may bo substituted lor Kllk Oil if preferred . 6 gallons Milk Oil Dip , without tank , $ 5 . 00 , F . 0 . B . Chicago . Our line includes Summer s Worm Powders , Toxallne Worm ^*~ ^^ Remedy , Ear Labels and Buttons , Branding Liquid , Tattoo Marker , Sheep Shears , etc . Illustrated catalogue of all Stockmen s Supplies free by mail . ft F . S . BURCH &amp; CO ., 64 W . minol 8 Street , CHICAGO , ILL . DIPS 1 DlpkjDJP ]| K- Mt i ^ | 5 GAlU i $ S ^ Si ( j g » ^ tg ) ¦ MIH IB ****** FARM *****&gt; HAS FOR SALE Q EXCELLENT FALL SILTS Q These are very typey animals and will be bred or sold open . $ 35 . 00 to $ 50 . 00 . Q BROOD SOWS Q Very Good Individuals . $ 50 . 00 to $ 75 ...