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How We Feed Pigs . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
How We Feed Pigs . The editor of this paper asked us to tell how we feed our pigs from weaning time , and to do this we will have to tell how we feed up to weaning as well as after weaning time . We always try to feed the pigs so they will hardly know when they are weaned , and have found that we never have any trouble when we do that . Our pigs always begin to eat by the time they are 3 to 4 weeks old , and as soon as they will eat a little shelled corn we give them a chance a &gt; . it , and they ( like myself , are fond of any thing that looks good to eat ) will soon begin to eat a little shelled corn , and lick at the trough while their mother is eating , and by the time they are five weeks old they are ready for a pen to themselves , and will go in and eat whatever is given them . We feed a great deal of shorts ( wheat middlings ) and our pigs do better on them than most any thing we give them , although they have a little shelled corn , and run on grass . Now pigs that...
About the "True Type" and Feed -ing of Pigs . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
About the True Type and Feeding of Pigs . Fairfield , Nebr ., 1910 . Elitor Berkshire World and Corn Belt Stockman . Dear Sir : —I am very much pleased to see the articles of Mr . W . E . Spicer of Bushnell , 111 . In as mucn as Mr . Spicer is an ex-resident of our county here in Nebraska and now living within a few miles of where I was born and raised in Illinois , I feel as though I were a personal friend and neighbor of his , but am not personally acquainted with him . But from the words of praise that I have heard of him and his Berkshire hog raising here in Nebraska by the many friends that he left here , convinces me that Nebraska s loss of a splendid hog breeder was Illinois gain . I see by his April article and the drawing of Knight Templar 59146 , that he still maintains the same high standard of type and conformation in hog breeding that he did when here in Nebraska . There are scores of men here in Clay County that have said that Spicer of Harvard had the best lot of Berk...
"He Has Been Shown ; " He Can "Show You . " [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
He Has Been Shown ; He Can Show You . We are in receipt of a letter from one of the oldest and best Berkshire breeders in Missouri , Mr . C . A . McCue , Auxvasse , in which he states : I have sold everything except three bi ed gilts and spring pigs . The Bernshire World is certainly , a good advertising medium . My ad has sold more stock for me than any other ad I have ever used . I have on hand the best lot of pigs I have ever raised . Auxvasse Duchess 50 th always makes good and has the best litter she ever raised . They are about two months old , and by our great herd boar Cock Robin , perfect in form and marking . Am expecting to get a great show herd from them , and raise good herd headers from the boars . This is a great opportunity for breeders looking for boars . Long may The Berkshire World live and prosper . Respectfully , C . A . McOue .
Short Noses of the Right Berk -shire Type . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Short Noses of the Right Berkshire Type . Such Berkshires can be purchased from Mr . J . A . Van Horn , Clinton , Wisconsin , who writes : I am geting lots of inquiries for pigs now , and if those breeders who are looking for short noses of the real Berkshire type will write me I will name them my price . Pigs are doing fine , although the weather the past month has been very bad . We had five inches of snow on April 24 th and this is something v » ry unusual for this country . We trust that readers of The Berkshire World will write Mr . Van Horn as we are confident that he has something that will be of interest to you . In writing kindly mention The Berkshire World .
Local Hog Buyers . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
Local Hog Buyers . Men who have the nerve to pay current values for hogs in the country and ship them to central markets in expectation of a sufficient margin to make the business profitable , deserve commendation . The world likes game men . At the same time , it frowns on reckless gambling . Time was when local buyers often bagged handsome profits on hogs gathered up at bargain prices among farmers in given communities and shipped to the big markets . In many cases the weights were guessed at , and the owners usually were poor guessers , but liberal compromisers . Now scales tell exact weights and the owner is pssted on market quotations , so that buyers are forced to take long chances when they trade with farmers . Some of these men , however , are so resourceful , understand markets so well , that they secure a profit on hogs in which no one else can see it . They serve a useful purpose in that every farmer , no matter how small his herd , has a market riding around horseback . ...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
r g ^ j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ agM Ill Show You How to Get Rid of the Worms and Get Hundreds of Dollars More Profit from Your Hogs I have done it for thousands of farmers and stockmen—I am doing it every clay—Ill do it for you . Ill prove it in your own barn yard on your own stock before you pay me a cent . All I ask is the privilege of sending you enough Sal-Vet to last your stock 60 days . At the end of that time I know you will be both surprised and pleased at the great improvement your hogs , sheep , horses and cattle will show ( for SalVet is good for ail stock ) that you will be glad that you accepted my open liberal offer . TRADE MARK 5 AL ® ¥ ET REG . U . S . PAT . OFF . is a worm destroyer and conditioner—a medicated salt containing seven medicinal elements that kill and expel all stomach intestinal worms and parasites which are the biggest drain on your live stock profits . It is a powerful tonic and conditioner . It puts the stomach and digestive organs i...
ofeAIDNffiSflFDlSl [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
ofeAIDNffiSflFDlSl The Silo a Necessity . One of the striking things about a trip through any section : of the middle west whether it be Illinois , Indiana , Iowa , Minnesota , Nebraska or Kansas , is the scarcity of silos upon the average farms . In some sections an effort was made to use silage some years ago when it was a decided Innovation but unfortunately the success of the undertaking was not all that could be desired . This was not the fault of the silo but rather of the feeder . Carelessness in preparing this crop will invariably result in inferior feed . Carlessness in filling the silo , indifference , in packing or lack of judgment in the time of cutting all work not only against the best interests of the silo industry but more especially against the success of the dairyman who must depend upon silage for the succulent part of his ration from six to nine months in the year . It is a recognized fact that milk cannot be made profitably without a succulent feed . Its composi...
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
JAM MU % JE } l l ifilf j § 1 inls 111 MM ^ SHri—SJBL . SP ^ ^^ r ^ l 100 % A YEAR FOR TWENTY YEARS TO COW QWNERS That s the marvelously good investment that nearly 1 , 200 , 00 satisfied users are finding the DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR With one or more cows the corresponding size of DE LAVAL separator saves its cost the first year , in more and better product and less labor , and it may be depended upon to go on doing so for twenty years as there are already thousands of instances to prove . There s half this much saving in the use of a DE LAVAL over inferior spearators , while other separators last but from 6 months to five years instead of twenty years . They lose half that might be saved while they do last . Thats the whole separator story in a nut shell and the reason for the now nearly universal sale of DE LAVAL cream separators . A DE LAVAL catalogue may be had for the asking . Likewise the trial of a DE LAVAL machine . The De Laval Separator Go . 166-187 BROADWAY 173-177 WILLI...
TRANSFERS [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
TRANSFERS The following is a complete list of transfers of Berkshires that have been recorded in the office of the American Berkshire Association from April 15 , 10 , to May 15 , 10 , and a continuation of the previous month s . T . V . RUSH , Brandywine , Miss .: U . S . Bane 99219 to J . E . Chile , Nola , Miss . ; Lady Success 128674 to C . N . Bridger , Brandywine , Miss . G . V . SAFFARRANS , Palmyra , Mo .: Rival s King 2 d 130260 to C . E . Holland , Belton , Tx . ST . JOSEPHS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL , Clayton , Del .: San Jose Duke Lee 129979 to J . J . Rhoads , Cecilton , Md . ; San Jose Duke Lee 2 d 129980 to T . J . Hodgson , Sassafras , Md . ; San Jose Empress Lee 129981 to S . W . Lusby , Cecilton , Md . J . P . SANDS &amp; SON , Walton , Ks .: Danesfield Lass 5 th 129874 to L . A . Waite , Winficld , Ks . T . O . SANDY , Burkeville , Va .: Annie 7 th 129688 to C . W . Gunther , Burkeville , Va . ; Alberta 2 d 129678 . Amanda 3 d 129679 to B . W . Stone , Thomasville ...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
SOME CHOICE BARGAINS IN Ranch , Timber and Orchard Lands in Eastern Oklahoma Timber enough to pay ^ for land several times over . Tracts any size desired . Price $ 4 . 50 to $ 6 . 00 per acre . Also good list of farms improved or unimproved $ 20 to $ 40 per acre . For particulrrs , write C . C . CRAY 430 So . 7 th St ., Springfield , Illinois There is Money in Land and Satisfaction in Farming if the soil is rich , the climate right , water good , plenty of churches and good schools , markets the best , close to railroads and easy transportation facilities , and above all where you do not have to burn up in summer and freeze in winter . These conditions are found in no other place in the CORN BELT than SIKESTON DISTRICT IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI You may see other countries and places where they tell you they can do this , that and the other tiling , but if you will come to us we will HOW YOU that we are telling you only half the truth when we say that we have all these things just as you...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
n &gt;« as »*« sW &lt;&gt; a &gt;» 0 « sM &gt; as *« asW &gt;^ s » O * MMBs »»^ sW &gt;^ s » O * BMMsWMs »&lt;&gt;^ s » O ^ s » rWs ^^ jG . WJ 3 ERRY &amp; SONS | Select Herd of j Berkshires j I -The Home of — j THE BLACK ROBINHOODS I SECOND MASTERPIECE 127900 FOR SALE . —Pigs for Spring delivery got by IMP . BARON COMPTON 89195 and other good boars , from j j Silver Tips and Royal Empress dams representing j BLACK ROBINHOOD , BERRYTON DUKE , BERRYTON DUKE JR . and MASTERPIECE . SPECIAL .-BERRYTON KING 121147 , a great two year old son of BERRYTON DUKE 72946 , out of 1 a Champion Sow of Kansas . He is a proven sire of J I sterling worth and a grand individual . For sale at a J bargain . j BERRYTON CHIEF . -An outstanding boar pig of j March farrow . He is an under six months show pig j sired by above BERRYTON KING 121147 , out of a line bred Black Robinhood sow . j IMPERIAL COMPTON .--A selected November...
TRANSFERS [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
TRANSFERS From April 15 to May IS . ALDORO FARM , Rosston , Pa .: Premiei Victor 97725 to G . B . Helmuth , Millersburg , Ohio . ; Lees Artful Belle 11 th 92705 , Rivals Duchess 2 d 102405 to Nash Collins , Delhi , La . A . M . ALEXANDER , Boonvilie , Ind .: Lassie Wabasli 102488 to F . W . Rautli , Boonvilie , Ind . ; Plainview Queen 4 th 122092 to A . B . Alexander , Boonvilie , Ind . ; Charmers Romford Duchess 131226 to Charles Warner , Evansville , Ind . J . B . ALLEN , Dixon , Tx .: Allen s Duke 130643 to J . T . Spradling ,, Greenville , Tx . ; Josephine 4 th 131320 to H . L . Bagley , Greenville , Tx . ; Hazel Oretha 130644 to W . B . Spradling , Greenville , Tx . W . T . ANDERSON , Madison , Tenn .: Lady Godiva 4 th 131030 , Pride of Madison 131031 , Princess Delhi 131032 to Charles Fitch , Madison , Tenn . R . L . ANDREWS , Polk , Tenn . : Locke A . 131604 to S . S . Wylie , Union City , Tenn . ; Bert 3 d . 131603 to Gardner Bryant , Polk , Tenn . FRANCIS ARNOLD , Sharon Ce...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 June 1910
- ~ J \ IMDIIWIE I H 1 The only complete crite on the market . Hotdi the sow I I m H 1 in a conceit and etiy position . The sow cannot get down ill ^^^ J ^^ Jsjf &amp; fflaHH in ( ti * ate , M the boir gives a complete Krvice every time . I II ^^^ EHSSjfl ^^^ S ^ k * ^ est an &lt; ^ highest priced boar * in the land are using a I U | ^ ^ E | HH 9 Smith s Standard-Awarded Silver Medal at Illinois State I ¦ fiB ^ HBsl ^ B ^ PX Fair 8 of 907 and 1906 . Don t buy a crate until you | flH ^^^^ HH ^^ H ^ HHI know a a ^ oul ^ one * Write for circular and price at I ^ Q ft ^ i ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ BflL ^ L ^ Hl ^ BM Address ^ M ^ E ^ P H . M . SMITH PATENTED SEPTEMBER IT , 1907 Mention This Paper , I « ??»?»»?»»?»»»? ? ? ? j PENSHURST BERKSHIRES ! 1 GRAND CHAMPIONS OF 1909 | Boars in Service , LEE PREMIER 108883 , sire | jt * of most of our 1909 winners , a great son of Premier Longfellow , j &gt; Grand Champion World s Fair , St Louis , and Lee s Artful 2 Belle 62 d by Lord...