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Albert Lea Evening Tribune Farm Tab Newspaper Archives Sep 27 1947, Page 16

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Albert Lea Evening Tribune Farm Tab (Newspaper) - September 27, 1947, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page sixteen Albek i Lea evening Tribune farm Tab saturday. September 27. 1947judges agree on Type the Swine judges seem to be pretty Well agreed on the Type of hog that is going to he the Best Money getter in the year to Rome. The Stoa brother Gilt that won fourth plate at the National show had been adjudged Junior a Champion in the Southern Minnesota Swine show at Albert and first in the 4-m Tass. She was a member of the fourth place breeder feed or litter at the National exhibit and was Champion 4 of tog at the state fair. She had taken first at the Mower county fair. She was sold for Breeding purposes at the National show. Her litter mate second at Albert la a. Was not consigned to the National at Austin Nile will in used to Mother More prize winners they Hope for the stops another indication another indication of How the judges Are agreeing was the award of third place in the heavy weight Barrow class at Austin the hog that had taken the grand championship of the show Over All Breeds at the Ohio slate fair was Given third place in his class at the National Competition maybe he had changed a mite in the intervening time or in the Long truck Tri a. Perhaps Hue keyed a Little in the jowls. Anyway he was tintype Farmers bought approximately , Worth of haying malt Hill in i to. Proud of the collection of ears of Good Corn his accumulating at customers bring them in to Iverson s cafe in Walters is Alfred Greene shown exhibiting a Choice Sample. The girls in Tab office uninterested apparently in the Indian Maize commented a what a handsome Man Quot Ralph Tucker of Strawberry Point la. Who has lights in his poultry Bouse Couldst figure out Why they kept going out at the wrong time. Neither could the a Lect re Ion he called until the two of them to see a Hen Fly up. Grab the Light Chain in her beak and hang on until her Wirhgt turned off the Light. Mayho the Bright Little Ball on the end of the a Ham looked attractive to Here or maybe chickens Arentt As dumb As most folks think. Hens Lay Well in cheap House a this promises to be the Hest year for us since we began farming several j ears agreed or. And mrs. B. Arson of Faribault township Blue Earth county near Walters. Quot Oats yielded Well the Corn promises an excellent crop and soybeans Are ripening up Well sept. To. We w i e fortunate in getting the Best Hock of pullets we Ever have bought. They came March 14. And Are laying now at around i St eggs a Day though they Are still at Large and probably we do not get All the eggs they Lay mrs. Arson said. A not one of them has been sick a Day. We have fed As usual with one exception. We have added a niacin yeast. It May have had something to do with it May on the farm they rent is an inexpensive laying House which however is Well insulated and Well mutilated and dry in All Weathers. It is insulated with Straw behind Woven wire. Woven wire supports Straw above the Selling and a door Ai eat ii end of the loft lets the wind blow out the moisture wbb rises into the Straw. Straw makes Good insulation and wire or poles Are enough to hold it in place Between the stud Ding. In he a oiling of mix laying House heavy water finl paper Over the roosts and Collie of the spate where folks walk covers the wire to keep chaff from sifting Dow i minnesotans at Austin Clark o. Patten. Spring Valley must have some outstanding Hampshire Swine. At the big National show at Austin animals he showed took fourteenth on individual Light Barrow eighth on pen of Light Barrows sixth on Junior Gilt and eighth on Junior boar. Milo v. Wolrab. It. Vernon la., was a heavy Winner in this Breed and r f. Morschner. Alpha. Minn. Got some Good placings. As did b. A. Cosgriff of Fulda. Minnesota Duroc breeders fared Well at the National Barrow show at Austin liar the Brothers of Owatonna took tenth on individual i Light Barrow sixth on Light pen of harrows second and third on Junior sow pigs. Otto Kosel. Whose Fine red Swine have ornamented pens at the Freeborn county Fairgrounds took ninth on individual Light Barrow sixth on Junior Gilt fifth on breeder Feder litter and third on Junior boar pig. A the farm family should organize it Elf into a Home his a a Protection team so the group will he ready for instant action when a Blaze Breaks out a ii Meni Lier should know How to operate the extinguisher. Everybody in the family who can use a Telephone should know How to turn in a fire Alutin. Make a fire fighting plan. Hold a quiz periodic All to be Anre that everybody in the household knows what to do in ase of fir Quot iowans sell Choice Swine in Minnesota while the Creamery business in Iowa in general is very different from the co operative principle thai governs most of the Industry in Minnesota they have heard of the Albert Lea co Ops unusual Quality Campaign. A if times were said Fred Massier superintendent of Swine for the three manc Ryco farms owned by the Manning Creamery Quot you d be Sering the greatest scramble for Quality you Ever saw manufacturers of improved. Sanitary Creamery equipment would not be Able to keep up with their orders a a the manc Ryco farms part of a privately owned Creamery set up. Carry about 200 pure bred hols Tein friesians and As Many registered Boland chivas. A Poland Barrow they showed at the 1946 National Barrow show at Austin was declared grand Champion of the show Over All Breeds and sold for the worlds record Price of s8 85 a Pound. They find Minnesota a Good Market for their choicest Swine a we sold a boar to Henry Wulf Kuehl of Breckenridge for $1,000, another to then Boltz Elmore for $500. And a sow to r b. Clow of Truman for $500.�?T or. Lhassler said. A great Monarch it is said. A net a ked his Wise men to write for him sentiment that should in Tnie at ail tines and under ail come Mons they wrote a this to j shall Pas Bing Thor Moat fiesal everything a a it a Jas weather wearing always highest Quality Merchan use. Always at prices you want to pay As advertised in Tiquia a. Eds to Cating the Valu Paky. Unum ail Over the country for ifs Hun isome Skytt Ftp fabrics and construction yet popularly priced1 its a Fine coat a Fin value. Fig All men. Of All Ages Brown fray blot it in in regulars shorts or Longs Selec t sour vain Baka now. It s waiting fur you in a wide Range of fabrics and Lisles. 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