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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December 17, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 Concluded from Page 28 cf Coal dale and Rick Tajiri of Vauxhall. Peter Leek of Blackfaids was re-elected president of the Seed Potato Growers Association No Southern Alberta growers are work- ing on this group Another long time Alberta farm writer has decided to set aside his typewriter on a regular basis. Frank Jacobs, former editor of the Cattlemen magazine ..with head- quarters in Calgary, has joined the staff of the Sib- bald Group, a firm of con- sulting agrologists and accredited appraisers with offices in Calgary, Ed- monton and Lethbridge. Mr. Jacobs, owner and operator of a 250 cow Farmers receive only 40? of every dollar spent on food and from this amount they must deduct all the expenses incurred in producing it. Anything remaining is their profit._ ranch at Sundre, will be ac- tive in the communications field and will work on Canadian and overseas projects dealing with economic and environmen- tal aspects of land ?nd beef cattle ANYONE FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA? -Canadian wants to come home Has equity in a beautiful 2100 sq ft de- luxe home, three bedroom, two baths, game room, entertainment room, and two car finished garage on 6 acre in lovely residential area of El Cajon, California. He desires to trade his equity on wheat farming land, southern Alberta, and can add cash Photos at Strmgam Property Sales Office, 543 13th St S phone 328-9617 Please phone or write to KAS JONES REALTOR 1.714-442-4455, 1-714-447-6677 1268 No. Second St., El Cajon, Ca. 92021 By DR. E. E. Gardiner Poultry Nutritionist Poultry diets usually contain added protein. In the past, this protein supplement has generally been soybean meal, although some fish meal, rapeseed meal and meat meal have been used. Shortages of these protein supplements for poultry diets in the past two years have been due to several fac- tors increased sales to other markets, decreased crop production due to poor weather, and the low catches of fish off the west coast of South Ameria. As a result, the price of poultry diets has increased drastically. For example, the cost of a ton of 22 per cent protein broiler diet rose from in 1972 to in 1974. The price of 16 per cent protein layer diet increased from to in the same period. Since feed makes up 60 to 75 per cent of the cost of producing meat or eggs, the price of poultry products has also risen. The high cost of protein supplements has stimulated a search for alternate sources of protein. At the Lethbridge Research Station, we have used fafaabeans as a protein supplement in feeding trials with broilers and laying hens. Broilers fed fababeans as the protein supplement were more than 20 per cent lighter at four weeks old than those fed soybean meal and White Leghorn layers on faba- bean supplement produced almost five per cent fewer eggs in 28 weeks than those on soybean meal. Wheat is a good source of protein for poultry diets. It averages about 13 per cent protein but, under controlled growing conditions, it can contain over 20 per cent protein. We tested a 20 per cent protein wheat for broiler diets and found it was satisfactory if the amino acid lysine was added. When 20 per cent protein wheat was used in chick diets, the amount of soybean meal in the diet could be halved. At current prices, large savings would be possible in poultry diets if 20 per cent protein wheat were produced for feedgrain markets. North Americans today are eating more meals away from home than ever before. Members M.L.3. Offices in FORT MACLEOD and COWLEY Courteous careful seSesmen es as you? telephone. GORDON JQHKSG8. Cowiey. 628-3775 9r 828-3836 EDDY JOHNSON, Uindbreck. 828-2288 GERALD THOMPSON. Plnoher Creak 6274278 LES JASMAN. LuRdbreck. S28-2328 MR. and MRS. DAVE McNABB, Fort Mead 234-2206 LLOYQ ANDERSON. Lathbridge, 328-2256 EFTS BUYS! 1227 Acre Mixed Farm north of Fort Macleod, Over half can be irrigated. Good buildings, shop, water- ing facilities, cattle cor- als, Feedlot, Granaries, wheel move irrigation equipment. This is a productive and flexible operation. Also in- cludes some native pasture and river fron- tage. Owner anxious for quick sale. WE OFFER A COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE! P.O. Box 114 COWLEY, Alberta CHOICE Section S.E. of Pincher Creek. This property is capable of operation as a grain farm, a dairy farm or a mixed grain and cattle farm. Complete buildings older but in good usable shape and all services including natural gas. Priced at per acre with some possibility of terms. SE8T SIDE OF PORCUPINE HillS Half section good native grass but in- cluding about 80 acres which was once in tame hay. Cattle handling facilities but no buildings. Borders Waldron Grazing Co- Op. Good water in stream and springs. Owner asking per acre. FORT MACLEOD ALBERTA MACHINERY ARRIVING DAILY NEW HOLLAND BALE WAGONS NEW HOLLAND BALERS NEW HOLLAND GBINDER MIXERS BALER TWINE Special a bale 25 50 reetincis May the peace and serenity of Christmas fill your heart, your home and your life throughout this blessed season and in the year to come. We take this opportunity to thank you for your continued patronage. MACLEOD FARM CENTRE Give a gift the whole family will The Andorra SFE 2008 by RCA Stereo Features 175 watts of peak music 'power in the Stereo FM 0-175 tuner amplifier, electronic Varactor FM tuning gives you precise push button tuning on 5 pre-selected FM stations. Features a Black Java fibreglass top pane! and walnut accents Sensitive Stereo FM amplifier A truly ultra modern console at a pleasing pncei Phone 234-4428 Phone 328-1477 The RCA Forma Collection Model 73 SFE 1073 only HOME RIRMISHERS LTD ;