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General Produce. RAILWAY YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

General Produce. RAILWA/ YARDS. There was a fair attendance of buyers at the Railway goods shed auction sales yesterday morning, and the offerings were somewhat lower than usual. There were 4 trucks of hay, 30 of chaff, one of oats, 11 of maize, 13 of wheat, 2 of potatoes, and 1 of straw. Choice quality wheaten chaff is very scarce at 4/3 to 4/6 per cwt., and oaten realises 3/9 to 4/ for choice. All other lines of chaff, medium and inferior, are very hard to dispose of, and damaged chaff is practically unsaleable. Lu cerne hay, in. large bales, is selling at 1/9 to 2/9 per cwt., and in small bales at 2/ to 4/, the latter price be ing obtainable for fine, dry, green, leafy hay in small bales, and it has to be above suspicion as regards qua lity and condition. For all other qualities of lucerne hay, there is no strong demand. Algerian oats sell at 1/8 to 2/2; seed qualities are very scarce, and very few offering. These realise the same money if up to buy ers' requirements. Straw sells...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUSSEX STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

SUSSEX STREET, Owing to the plentiful supply of grass and other green fodder all over the State, the demand for dry feed is very; light in Sussex-street. . . There lias been a good deal of traf fic in onions for export, running into thousands of cases; 4000 eases in the Moorabool being destined for Canada. Brown Spanish bring £3 per ton, but Globes are practically unsaleable. Current quotations were: - :*.. Maize.-Victorian: Prime yellow, .2/5 to 2/G; Northern river, 2/ to 2/3 per bushel. . . '. Barley.-Victorian: Cape, for seed,! 2/8, feed 2/G to 2/7; English, feed, 2/3 to 2/G per bushel. Peas.-Tasmanian: Prime blue boil ing, 5/3; others, from 4/9; grpy, 4/9 per bushel. Oats.-Tasmanian: Best milling whites. 2/8; good stout,. 2/7: Giants, 2/7% to 2/8. Algerian: Milling, 2/3 to 2/4; seed, 2/G per bushel. . < Bran.-Association price, £4/5/; pollard, £4/10/ per toil. Chaff.-South Australian: Wheaten, prime, £3/10/ to £4 for choice. Vic torian : Wheaten, prime, £4 to £4/5/ sh...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agricultural Societies Shows [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

Agricultural Societies Shows Secretaries of agricultural societies are invited to forward, for insertion in this column, early information of the dates of projected shows, and anjj alterations as soon as they are made: Society. Secretary. Date. March. Cumnock ^ .... A. M. Martin .15 . Cen. New Eng. P. & A. Ass'n (Glen ....... G. A. Priest .. 14, 15, 16 .. Innes) Campbelltown A. Association ..... .\ F. Sheatlier .. 15,16 Cobargo A., P., and H. Society T. Kennelly .. 15, 16 Tumut A. and P. Association T. E. Wilkinson 15,10 Bellinger River A. Ass'n (Bellingen) S. S. Hindmarsh 15, 16, 17 j-audgee A. Society H. Lamerton .. 15, 16, 17 Quirindi Distinct P., A., & H. Ass'n . . .. . : G. Haugliton .. 15, 16, 17 P. Macquarie & Ilast. Dis. A. & H. S....... W. R. Stacy .... 16, 17 Goulburn A., P., and H. Society .......... J. J.Roberts .... 16, 17, 18 Armidale & New Eng. P., A., & H. A ... A. McArthur .. 21-24 . Molong Agricultural Society .... W....

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRANGLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

STRANGLES. Reports ui various papers have drawn attention recently to this dis ease. so perhaps a description of the cause, symptoms and treatment would prove of value. Strangles is an infectious disease, which is usually seen in young ani mals. and for that reason is com monly known as colt distemper. Old er horses may take the disease, hut one attack usually protects against any subsequent trouble of the same kind. The disease is caused by a micro-organism, called a strepto coccus, which gains an entrance into the animal, and causes high fever, and the formation of matter or pus in various parts of the body. Many people suppose that these abscesses are only formed about the throat, but that is not correct, as they may 1)0 formed anywlv re, even in the liver or other internal organs. The disease is usually mild, and leaves 110 ill effects, but at times it proves fatal, especially if the ani mal ig neglected. It is quite a mis take to suppose that colts are bound to have it, as, if ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMPAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

LAMPAS. Lampas is inflammation of the giun behind the incisor teeth of the upper jaw of the horse. It -is seen only in young animals, when changing their teeth, and does not occur among adults. It may be noted that the horse's palate immediately behinidi the upper incisor teeth is often be low the level of them, and this is frequently mistaken for lampas. If a horse's mouth is examined before and after feeding, it will be found that there is a marked difference, the part appearing to be swelled after feeding.- This is perfectly natural and is due to more blood going to the part during feeding. When Lampas does occur, it is from food working up between the teeth, and the re moval of this, and soft feeding, is all that is necessary. Do not burn the lampas or cut them, it is quite un necessary and injurious.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APIARY PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

APIARY PRODUCTS. Honey.-Choice Western, in good . demand, 2'/yd; special, 3d; good Northern, 21/>d to 2%d: dark and candied, Id; rough, I'/yd per lb. Good supplies are coming forward. . Beeswax.-Prime clear 1/1 to 1/3; dark, 1/ to 1/1 per lb.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

POULTRY. There is still a good demand for hens, and other descriptions of poul try are selling well at the following prices :-Extra choice are quoted at 3/6 to 5/. Roosters, extra clioice, up to 6/ ; medium, 3/0 to 4/6 ; small, 2/ to 3/(i ; chickens, small, 1/ to 1/0: Muscovy ducks, 3/6 to 4/ ; drakes 4/ to 7/ ; English ducks, 2/6 to 4/6 ; turkeys, choice hens, 5/ to 7/6 ; cocks, 10/ to 15/ ; guinea fowls, 4/6; pigeons, 1/6 per pair.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

"Glen Riddle, Barraba, "November 14th, 1910. "Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., Sydney. "Dear Sirs.-While out at Fleming ton saleyards on Thursday last, I "was shown over your improvements there, and must say they are quite up-to-date. The excellent method for feeding and watering stock must vastly improve their value. In fact, I took particular notice of the cat tle which had been through the bath that morning; they looked as clean and fresh as if they had not been trucked at all-a iot better than anything else I saw there." "Yours faithfully, " (Sgd.) HENRY CROWLEl Shaw's Scientific Wool Se@tiffkg Csffiposition : ' HAS NO EQUAL. Ii ANGLE Y SHAW, 5 BOND STREET. Try WEAVER&PERBY Pat Stock Salesmen: Sydney With a Consignment. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY,4 LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1834 Capital Paid Up .. .. .. .. .. £1,500,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .. £1,420,000 Reserve Capital .. £1,500,000 £4,420,000 Duectors: GEORGE J. COHEN, Esq.. Chairman; Hon. H. E. KATER, MJy.C....

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

DAIRY PRODUCE. There is nothing in the butter mar ket worthy of special mention. The market for best remains steady at 86/, and is not very bright at that. The export demand is chiefly for first quality butters, and lower grades are rather difficult to move, and the mar ket is overstocked. London opera tors buy on a grade certificate, which causes the lower qualities to accu mulate. Heavy stocks are still com ing forward, the bulk of which is not up to the usual standard, and is ne glected by buyers, who perfer to pay Id more for prime qualities. There is an especially increased supply com ing from the South Coast, where, af ter, comparatively speaking, droughty conditions, they have an over-abun dance of feed, and the factories are doubling their output. The North Coast supply shows no falling-ofl'. The London market quotations are 98/ to 100/ for salted, and 100/ to 102/' for nnsalted. At this time last year, the London quotations for Aus tralian were 124/ to 12(5/. The mar ket th...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADVOCATE OF PURE BRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

ADVOCATE OP PURE BRED. Most of the world's breeding ex perts are not favourable to cross breeding for dairy cattle. The Scot tish Commissioner, Mr. Dunlop, is one of these. In New Zealand the other day lie denounced what he termed "this indiscriminate breed ing." The experiences of other coun tries supported him, he said. The; time must come when the pure blood would be in still greater demand. Of course, his favourites are the Ayr shire, because he is a leading breeder of them in Scotland, but in advocat ing the type he is in good company. So far as Lne New Zealand Ayrshires were concerned, however, he did not think much of them, as they were of the show variety, which the big breeders of the old country would not now touch. Utility was the type. There was no cream in the fancy points. The conlemned type, he ex plained, was dropped directly the herd-testing associations got to work. In Scotland the Ayrshires are so popular that they constitute nineteen out of every twenty of the da...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VISITOR'S SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

THE VISITOR'S SURPRISE. One of the Scottish Commissioners, Mr. James Dunlop, who has been spending a few weeks in New Zea land prior to his return home, is quite naturally disappointed at the laxity shown in Australia in the matter of forming herd-testing associations. He told the New Zealanders that this was the point that they were missing badly, and these remarks are all the more applicable to Australia, as we are further behind in that respect. It was through this plan that Den mark was able to reduce the cost of butter production by 3d. per lb. Through it the productiveness of the cows had been greatly increased. In Scotland, Mr. Dunlop said, they had seven years' experience of the sys tem, and the result has been most gratifying. The method followed there was for eighteen farmers to co operate and obtain the services of a graduate from the Scottish Dairy School. This graduate visited each farm one day every three weekB, and weighed the two daily milkings ot each cow in the her...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dairying. SCIENCE OF CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

Dairying. SCIENCE OF CROSSING. Though there are so many experts ©n the stump in favour of pure-bred it is foolishness to suppose that the crossing has not always been suc cessful. It is admitted that these blends cannot easily be fixed. A man who comes to Australia to argues .against cross-breeding is at once met with the Illawarra cattle as an argu ment. They have taken too large a part in the dairying industry of Australia to be coldly passed by. But it is admitted tnat even the best of them now and again want a dasli of Ayrshire blood to tone them up. If anything, this shows how hard it is to fit the cross-bred and form it into a type which can be perpetuated. At the famous Bodalla Estate there has been for years a cross-bred which has given splendid results. This was secured by crossing Ayrshires and Holsteins, and then crossing the pro geny with a light-colored Jersey, which gave a cow very similar in ap pearance and characteristics to the Guernsey, a breed that is all the rage...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Veterinary Diseases of the Horse CORNS (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

t? - ~=~ ^ (CN Veterinary ^ r? * Correspondents, when asking for advice on general cases of disease, should be careful to supply the following information: 1. Age and Sex. 2. Date on which sickness commenced. 3. Full symptoms of disease or injury, with particular reference (when indicated) to the breathing, presence or absence of pain, condition of the bowels. 4. State if other animals are affected. 5. If hand-fed, state nature and quantity of food given. 6. Mention what treatment has been already carried out. Diseases of the Horse CORNS (Continued). In the suppurating corn we have a discharge imprisoned within the horny box which, owing to the pus organisms in it, is bound to go on increasing. Now, inside the horn are found soft structures, which bind the hoof to the hones of the foot, and these soft structures die as a result of the pressure of the dis charge. After the condition has been in operation for some time, the pus will eventually find an exit by break ing out at the coro...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A QUARTER TURN MORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

A QUARTER TURN MORE. The following notice was recently issued to suppliers by the Dungog Co-operative Butter factory, Ltd.: We beg to advise our suppliers that it will be advisable to turn your cream screws in about quarter-turn., in order to keep the density of your cream from falling. A very marked fall in tests has taken place since Friday, 17th instant. A vat of cream which early last week would churn forty-five boxes of butter, would only churn forty boxes this week. This is undoubtedly owing to the con tinued wet weather and consequent soft grass, making a heavy flow of milk with low fat percentage. Through this cause the cream is of a feedy nature, and easily ferments if any milk is left in it in separating, so that it is necessary to shift your screws in order to keep 451b. of butter to 1001b. cream at least. We com mend this to your very earnest con sideration . The factories .which fell in with the movement to start a co-operative but ter-box factory did good business. At ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY NOT A CASEIN FACTORY? [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

WHY NOT A CASEIN FACTORY ? If the reported slump in pork con tinues, the dairymen of Australia, an(J New Zealand will want to know what tney are going to do with their whey and skim-milk. It will not take us> long to glut the local markets with bacon and poric. Will it pay to feed the milk and whey to poddy calves ?. This has already been proved to be very doubtful. The casein industry opens up a field, though it is limited. Victoria now has a casein factory, and New Zealand is to have another-to turn the skim-milk into a commercial product for ivory manufacture. The Glen Orona Factory recently decided to accept a firm's offer to take de livery of 75 per cent, of the skim milk for four years at l^d. per gal lon. It is argued in that district that as a result of this income the farmer will be able to afford more whole milk to their calves, and thus increase this source of profit. It would be well worth while some large factory in this State investigating this matter,, as there is ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

Feeding for Profit MILK FLOW AND BUTTER FAT INCREASED BY SCIENTIFIC FEEDING. Twenty-four page pamphlet giving information of much value to Dairy Farmers. Written by H. M. Somer, Secretary Royal Agricultural Society, Sydney. MONEY IN POULTRY A thirty-two page pamphlet by "H.A.", a Sydney expert, (low ing What breeds to select; What profits may be made; ' . How to regulate houses; How to treat diseases; How to feed profitably. HORSE SENSE : ; A sixteen-page pamphlet, written by F. H. Molesworth, late Prin cipal of the South Australian Government Agricultural College, giving practical advice to practical men on the feeding of horses. A Copy of any or all of the above sent Post Free on application to LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, L Department, SYDNEY A STANDARD TEXT BOOK FOR THE DAIRY FARMER And a Work he should not be without. airying By FRANK McCAFFREY, One of the Foremost Authorities, and one of the Most Popular Australian Writers on Dairying Topics. The Book, which is profusely illustrate...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICE-PRESIDENT PERRY'S ORGANISING TOUR. A Visit to the North-West. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

VICE-PRESIDENT PERRY'S ORGANISING TOUR. A ,.Visit to the North-West. Mr. John Perry, 'viee-.presiclent of the F. aiid S. A., who lias been carry ing out a comprehensive scheme of organisation in the north-west, ?writes as follows: - A Visit to Wean. "With only a few days' spell after my South Coast tour, i accepted an invitation from Mr. Giles, an old Kelvin F. and S. member, to visit Wean, some 18 miles east of Bogga bri. Leaving Breeza by the 6 a.m. train, I arrived in Boggabri for break fast': Mr. Giles, who had driven in from Wean, met me at the station. It is some years since I was in the Boggabri district, and the increase in population and agricultural deve lopment. bears out a statement I made many years ago to the effect "That Boggabri was going to be a very important agricultural centre." On all sides, building and clearing is going on, and this year a very large ly increased area- will be put under crop. The land around Wean, is of first-class quality, returning good yiel...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE THE ASSOCIATION COMES IN. The Peril of Sectionalism. As Stated by Mr. Campbell. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

WHERE THE ASSOCIATION COMES IN. The Peril of Sectionalism. As Stated by Mr. Campbell. "When I was informed that a meet ing of Illawarra dairy farmers was being convened to consider the action which should be'taken in regard to the Rural Workers' Union claims, I thought it advisable to attend, so that no misconception should arise as to the attitude of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association. Tt had been said that the meeting Avas promoted for the formation \ of a dairy farmers' union 011 exclusive lines, and considering this course detri mental on behalf of the farm ers generally, I, accompanied by Mr. R. J. Higgins, of Inverell, attended, and met one of the most representative gatherings-perhaps 400 dairy farm ers. They came from all parts of Il lawarra. "The meeting-arranged as it was. for 2.30 in the afternoon (knocking off to milk at 4.30)-was too cir cumscribed by time for the full dis cussion of so important a matter. Mr. G. W. Fuller, M.H.R./tlie Federal member, and Mr. Mark M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

W. JNO. BAKER, Cutler 3 HUNTER ST., SYDNEY. W. JNO. BAKER "Stock Knife." 4 Blades, Plain Strong Finish, Stag, post free 011 receipt of 5/-. Smaller, 3} inch haft, 4/6. BABBIT JZ SKIN S For HIGH PRICES and QUICK RETURNS send to WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LIMITED Sydney's Successful Skin Salesmen Weekly Market Report, Labels, etc.,Posted Free on Application. Head Offices BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. When yon want to Sell WOOL GRAIN, STATION PRODUCE, PAT STOCK or STORE STOCK REMEMBER-Good Prices are Obtained by New Zealand Loan and Mercantile AgC®. Ltd. ESxpert Supervision. I^PNEY Full Yalqo |

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Association Doings THE R.W.U. CLAIMS. Movement Among Dairymen. BIG MEETING AT KIAMA. The F.S.A. and Solidarity. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 March 1911

?*="= ^ Association Doings II =0 THE R.W.U. CLAIMS. _ 4. Movement Among Dairymen. BIG MEETING AT KIAMA. The F.S.A. and Solidarity. On Tuesday afternoon a meeting of Jllawarra dairy farmers, number ing between 300 and 400. assembled to discuss their position in regard to the lt.W.U. claims. Mr. 0. W. Fuller, M.H.R., address ing the meeting, said that if the claims were conceded, the dairy in dustry would be ruined. It had been said that child slavery was common on dairy farms. This he could con fidently deny. The Minister for Agriculture had sent an inspector . among the dairy farmers to. inquire into this matter, and it was found that in not one instance was child slavery indulged in by the farmers. The farmers in New South Wales had been accused of not being able to look after their own interests. Now was the time for them to come for ward and show of what stuff they were made. But to fight the great proposition before them tney would have to unite in a unanimous way, and go to bat...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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