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CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND ITS RELATION TO THE DAIRYMAN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND ITS RELATION TO THE DAIRYMAN By WILBER J . FRASER , * Chief in Dairy Husbandry , University of Illinois ( Continued from lhe July Issue . ) • Present conditions show that after all of the years of scientific research , Investigations , and agitation in the dairy press , the possibilities of milk production are realized by but few investigators , or the best practical men engaged in this occupation . These are strong statements , but they are nevertheless true , as must be realized when we stop to consider that the cows milked in the United States average only 150 pounds of butter fat , when they should be producing twice the amount , and so little is being done about it . Herein lies that great waste of human energy , which is astounding , and so few have awakened to a realization of this fact . The Twenty-Acre Demonstration Dairy Farm . A consideration of these conditions led to the starting of a twenty-acre demonstration dairy farm at the university two ...
Dependable Parties to Deal With [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
Dependable Parties to Deal With AUCTIONEERS . H . O . Correll Tayl orville , 111 . Carey M . Jones Chicago , 111 . W . F . Merriman ... WilliamsTille , 111 . Lloyd L . Seely White Hall , 111 . C . G . Isenhower Martinsville , Ind . G . M . Isenhower Martinsville , Ind . Fred Reppert Decatur , Ind . BERKSHIRES . H . B . Ford CentervllU T . K . Gilruth Bentonia W . H . H . Lewis Fayette Geo . A . Love Brookhaven L . H . Robertson , R . R . No . 3 , Boonevllle Missouri . L . J . Aholt Washington Ralph Crelgthon Creiehton Harris &amp; McMahan Lamine W . A . Harris &amp; Sra 0 Fallon HamastMd Stock F &amp; rm . WUllkuastown Alabama . Monroe Farm ... Box 10 , Monroeville Marvin Pearce Texas W . K . Pickens Livingston Arkansas . E . A . Causey Monticello T . J . Jackson Little Reck J . W . Wells Bentonvilie California . Mrs . 0 . J . Albee . ¦ Lawrence A . B . Humphrey Mayhews G . A . Murphy Perkins Florida . 0 . W . Strait Thonotosassa Georgia . Loring Brown / Smyr...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
Plain View Berkshires Spring gilts and boars with fancy , short heads , good feet and legs and well marked . Sired by grandsons of Baron Duke 45 th 70001 and Lord Lee 6 I I 38 and out of daughters of Masterpiece 77000 , Premier Longfellow 68600 and Lord Jackson 104786 , etc . Alto a sensational litter out of Pretty Princess 102638 by The Monarch , the sensational boar of the year . Prices reasonable , crates dry and light . Everything recorded . Guarantee Satisfaction . CARL WALLACE , Prop ., - Jackson , Mo .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
FALL GILTS and MARCH PICS Of either sex , sired by MASTERPIECE BARON 3 d 115827 For Price , Write WM . LAKINGS , - - - Hurley , S . Dak . BRED IN PURPLE and REGISTERED Four December Boars by a good son of Masterpiece 77000 . Price $ 35 . 00 . Bred gilts and sows to Master Duke 106843 . $ 50 . 00 up . 20 months old Masterpiece boar , price $ 100 . 00 . Pigs by good sons of Masterpiece 77000 and as good sows , $ 20 . 00 each . NASH COLLINS , M . D , - Delhi , La . Open the Way They are making money for us . That they are not doing as much for you , is not the pig s fault . We Offer Good Pigs By O . H . F . Sensation , Lee s Artful Premier 12 th , Baron Premier 24 th , Romford Duke of O . H . F ., Artful Duke 3 d , and Duke of Cloverdale 2 d . OPEN THE WAY = INVESTIGATE - ^ ^ T ^ CLOY ^^ ^^ UNION CITY ^^^ REDUCED FARES I TO PORTLAND and ASTORIA Oregon SEATTLE , TACOMA , EVERETT and BELLINGHAM Washington VICTORIA , VANCOUVER and NEW WESTMINISTER British Columbia SAN FRANCISCO , LOS ANGE...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
Minor s Fluid Sheep and Hog DIP If your dealer cannot suppl y you , write us . Testimonials and prices for the asking . Dipping Tanks THE W . E , Minor Disinfectant Co , 818 Long Ave ., Cleveland , Ohio Dont YOU want a son or daughter of two Great Breeding Boars COCK ROBIN 77782 or KING PREMIER 2 d 70741 I have them to a finish and will do YOU good . CALL ON , OR WRITE G . A . McCUE , - - Auxvasse , Mo . I have three extra fine October boar piga that I am going to offer for a short time at $ 25 . 00 each . They are sired by ROYAL LADYS STAR And their dam is the largest and finest sow that I have ever owned and there are few in this country as good as her . Sire is Homestead Model 86765 and her dam is Lord Lee s Gem 88407 . JESSE S . MOORE , • Fairfield , Nebr . M BiDI If you want Berkshires of quality , the good money making kind , at farmers prices , with a guarantee on erery animal , or Collie dogs at $ 5 each if sold at ten weeks old . Write W . W . Burns , Salem , - - Ohio .
QUESTION DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
QUESTION DEPARTMENT YOU Are Urged to Answer These Questions and Send in Questions of Your Own . As we have so often stated in these columns , we are desirous of a free and , full dismission in The Berkshire World of all subjects pertaining to the care , feeding , breeding and marketing of Berkshires . We urge our readers to write us relative to any matter of interest to our readers and we will be glad to give such cOmmuncations full publicity . The letter below treats of a matter of interest to many breeders and we hope to have a large number of replies , which will be published in our next issue . Question . If your sows had litters and one had hair brownish or reddish tinge , and it was the best in the litter in other respects , what would you do with It ? I have a boar which was sired by The Monarch , and from the first it has been the largest , handsomest and decidedly the most stylish , but the hair has a reddish tinge . Also have a boar pig out of another sow by a son of Maste...
Do We Need Imported Blood ? [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
Do We Need Imported Blood ? If there is anything In , the character of the American Berkshire of the times , suggesting that infusion of new blood should be resorted to , that thing necessarily must me a noticeable deterioration of the hitherto highly developed excellence of that very valuable breed of swine . The writer is not certain that any deviation , from the most approved type has taken place , as is being pretty generally remarked , but if—per chance —the standard has been lowered , the cause is not far to seek . One has only to present himself at the ringside of some well boomed public sale of Berkshires to be convinced that the reasons are mainly two , viz : the breeders , in their eagerness to make money out of the business , are sending entries that should go to the pork barrel and secondly , the purchasers are willing to take any kind of animal upon which to found a herd , because they can be had for a low price . According to the most approved pangenetic theory of here...
Home of the Berkshire [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
Home of the Berkshire The Diamond Stock Farm on the L . E . A . &amp; W . R . R „ 70 miles south of Cleveland at Diamond , Ohio , comprizes nearly 100 acres : Thirty acres of shaded pasture which are divided into runs for our brood sows . A stream of spring water running the length of the farm furnishes plenty of pure water , which is essential in the raising of any stock . At the head of our herd we have a son of the famous $ 2700 . 00 Longfellow Premier C , Superb 3 d 131838 . Our brood sows are from the best strains of Berkshire blood and from prize winning sows . We have ready for shipment some spring pigs by Grand Masterpiece 128500 , from one of the best sows raised by the Roycroft Farm , Sidnaw , Mich . We are booking orders for fall delivery of some pigs f- Superb 3 d . Get in touch with us . Tell us your wr rts and if we cannot please you we will tell you so . THE DIAMOND STOCK FARM . Diamond , Ohio .
Converted to Berkshires Through "The Berkshire World . " [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
Converted to Berkshires Through The Berkshire World . Laurel Hill , La . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —Enclosed find $ 1 . 00 for one year s subscription to The Berkshire World . j I bought the boar Rose Mound i 130377 of Mr . W . R . Clifton , Waco , i Texas , intending to breed him to the common hog , but after reading a copy of The Berkshire World I concluded a to get registered Berkshires and keep no other kind of hogs . 1 Have recently bought of Mr . T . S . [ White , Lexington , Va ., six registered ijsows and expect to continue to purIJchase until I get 100 head . I am a ilittle fresh at the business , but I sup- | pose I can get some advice from you | occasionally which with lots of land i iin corn , oats , _ peas , potatoes , in small enclosures of 200 acres each and well directed energy , I hope to succeed . Hoping to get the paper regularly , ij ; I am , i Yours truly , V . M . Jackson . ! , The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —E...
Hog Notes—Bv a Practical Hog Man . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
Hog Notes—Bv a Practical Hog Man . A . J . Lovejoy , Roscoe , 111 . The Value the Berkshire Congress Has Been to the Breeder . Since the first annual American Berkshire Congress was held at Kansas City , there has been a revival of interest among breeders that is unparalled in any other breed . There is no one thing that could ever have been organized or done that has accomplished such wonders as has the American Berkshire Congress . It has brought several thousand breeders all in touch with each other . The pel . little jealousies of the past have all been forgotten , and every Berkshire breeder , whether he be young or old , is now pulling together for the good of the breeed . It has not only done this among breeders , but it has increased the business of the Berkshire breeders of the country at large to an extent never before heard of , and each year this business is growing . It has not only done all these things for the good of the breed and the breeders , but it has been a mee...
The Profitable Type [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
The Profitable Type W . E . SPICER Domestic animals are kept for several objects ; the horse , mule and ass , for labor ; the ox for labor and beef ; the cow for milk and beef ; the sheep for wool and mutton , and in some countries for milk also ; poultry for feathers , eggs and meat . The pig , agriculturally , is kept for meat alone . The sole aim of the breeder is , or should be , to obtain a pig that will produce the largest amount of pork and lard from a given amount of feed , and the breeder who succeeds in producing animals that will excel in this respect is a benefactor to his fellow man , as well as to his neighborhood , State and Nation . It does not matter much what breed he may handle , or what color the hair is , if this breed greatly excels in its ability in this respect . Many of the most progressive farmers and feeders of hogs for the pork market , will adopt the animals for his herd for their use . The small pig will never maintain the highest position in the herds ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
D . D . Brown of Wingo , Ky ., writes I have just received the pig sent me , and I cannot wait to tell you how well pleased I am with it . It is better than I expected . I must thank you for your promptness , and your your good paper . dealings only exemplify the merits of 10 More Cood Berkshire Pigs FREE Fortunately the breeder who furnished the other ten pigs that were offered in the July issue of THE BERKSHIRE WORLD on page 14 has agreed to let us have ten more , and you will have to get busy right NOW in order to get one . These pigs are fine , as the two letters on the bottom and top of this ad show . They ought to be worth $ 50 . 00 or $ 75 . 00 by November 1 st , if properly developed . As soon as the ten are gone the offer expires . Fully tabulated pedigree and all registration and transfer papers will be furnished free with each pig . How to Get One FREE Send us the names and addresses of thirty ( 30 ) farmers or stock breeders , together with $ 15 , 00 in cash , and we wil...
The Percheron Society of Amer -ica . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
The Percheron Society of America . A Percheion Brood Maie on Giegoiy Faim , White Hall , 111 Chicago , 111 ., July 13 , 1910 . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —The Percheron Society of America has , since December 1908 , endeavored to induce the Federal authorities to furnish promptly a list of the names and numbers of all horses imported , so as to provide the secretary with a check list with which to compare foreign certificates sent in for record . June 16 , 1910 , the Board went still further and urged that the Federal Government provide an inspector at ports of entry , to see whether the horses and foreign certificates agreed , and submit a report on same , immediately , to the secretary of the association . The government has indicated a willingness to do this , but has so far failed to carry out such a plan , and the situation is now such that the society has found it necessary to make such inspection for identification at its own expense . This will be ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
_ . * •• - ™~~ ~~ , ¦ MB ^^ H ^ H MMM ^^^ H ^ Hl Investigate The Record of The SpreaderibuBuy BEFORE you buy a manure spreader , find out what it has done for other farmers . That is the best proof of what it will do for you . Investigate carefully , and you will find that in the matter of service rendered , there are three machines that rank high above all others . These are the— I H C Spreaders CloVerleaf Corn King Kemp 20 th Century They have proved their value in actual use in the hands of hundreds of satisfied farmers . Choose one of these machines , and you will be sure of getting the full value of your manure by spreading it in the most economical and efficient way . Here are a few reasons why : The mechanism which transmits the power from the axle to operate the apron and beater on I H C spreaders is simple and efficient . It requires little power to operate—does not get out of order . The beater is strong and positive in its action . It thoroughly pulverizes the manure and ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 August 1910
EDITORIAL Concerted Action . We can do much alone , but much more by working with others toward a common end . All Berkshire breeders are interested in the progress of their favorites ; they earnestly strive to promote their breed whenever and wherever opportunity otters . Working singly progress is slow ; by combining and unifying their efforts they can achieve great results with surprising rapidity . While there are many petty things that come up in the relations of men ., there seldom is a sufficient cause for any breeder to get sore enough to withdraw from active , hearty co-operation with his fellows . Men may disagree and even come to blunt words , but these things should not stand in the way of united action in . the interest of the breed . Berkshire breeders are noted for their harmony and dignified work together . They are high-class men who are larger than petty disputes . If they have disputes and disagreements they do not magnify them , or allow them to demoralize the in...