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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY DAIMT HERALD. PAGE SEVEN THE >BACON HOG 'INDUSTRY FULLY DISCUSSED SHOULD INCREASE THE'WINTER EGG PRODUCTION HOG AND Lln Out .gfvlh't condition.! th (kallenfe Live Stock Commlfl- ril, S. Arkell, -.CpniinlMlonfr) .war i, Jn'iftuug-lo Canada a ipanelpn, About "an eiporL.ljUBl- In 'tho market urges', us. to. noas In bacon .centres ono of Uie future ot an worth over annu- ally ..n.iiijl .to iEafcguardcd add; tended, Immediate and uplled .'.effort; j "of coiiirolling linila employed In of that InluBlry juHlnmto An- ate in" danger of mialchlng at tho anl, rnjaslrig tho moun- tain, have." takipn advantage .ol Ihc good'prices that have ruled afncc the of llio we have marie tio definite ef- to proyldB''for the future, Uji- lesg-acme cx- pihsloh Is aqled'Upmnat (his opppr, ciir-BwIne'Iauuatry, wlilch IIBI" already 'dwindled to dangerous biay Into notWnj better thftn'a local trade, K la time: ta'pulLjip; unconsciously we slipping do'wn hill at a Ire nierjdxiijj ,-injihc )as0BlljnaUd census there fewer hogs .In Canada than'it any time ID Ihe pael there has Leehra marked decrease In every prov- During the number br has dccreasc'il unfortunate Is this om InoiiB in the faco of the rnrc opportunity thai Is .offered us to fur thcr ciTehd wllh the'Dritish1, a irado thri yearV ending "'December 31 approximately Thla.opportunity thai la ours is (hi CLjic'ome. of tie circumstance of and will. 'not'1 repeat llaelf.'; Commcr of ri tew .'years- bac' cxtsl; nip''more; 'old-established trad' pacts' have'been-disrupted ami con m'crclai relatlbna'cf .the past, hlthcrt BccihlDgly, substantial and proo fpalnal competition have. In many It completely obliterate! It Is'theao moBl significant feature create portunily, arioVaVa consequence inaK definite the -.way- before that irrthe bacon1 bualriesa-aL oflorla. Theso tacts polrit iiu'l two things very plainly; Hie itrone- cst compelltor, UeninarX, has. allowed us lo absorb a great parl form- V trady; the other, lUat jie'arq piore Ihan' ever bound to ita'y the pro- duction' ol llio [be pro- duel or HID bacon liog.V the United States Uag and will' oyldeaUyi con- to control the fat' hog Bacon 'vi, There Is .for 'Ihe. pfoaucllon o( tlje "la'V KOB" In Canada. As n inalter'or lact.'wtf have long alncn bcciv Ibrced "out'- pi-' that bujlncas bccaiiaa-of the', peculiarly strong advantages' :pos3CSEeiJ -by Iho TlrlUsh market arp reduced to a con mou-'Ievet" with their youngesr'com Whatever ,6-een prejudice rlri'ytlie: pasl -'must' be "d6v tailed iilo'Hheauiecatlvfc'facts ol II which 'place Indu try "In 'new' situallo divorcing-Jlvfrom conditions former "an" open fiat with Canada, in'-a.moat' Bltlori co only- forlthc "presdn hut, -M pernianeiilly, for. future.1-- -J-.YV' S V-; Ctiange'ln Situation ,J In I British, bacon market .has 1 bacon may atUlf considered for all.baco In'' the British 'Isles; her former fin pregnable position :Jn the been dlsrupleo, 1 The'yar-haa i proved a "great leveller. The Industry ot Denmark his .suffered "very 'seye'Telj', ,Her killing haye'bwn'iYeHtiy 'reduced owhiE lo lack' of- fifed .supplies and the bi-eed- iiiE ind.general plg'stooli of Ih'a try' hia btep-Tbuch dimlnlsheil. Mere tlio facl; thai her 'relaLions Great Drllatn'hayc truiteiHally, and her fliporta -country, greatly re- Germany has entered the- Dtnlaih'Vniirket.'haB outbid Great. Bri- biln cliused a trend of trade caal- ward'iTinatead of; westward.- Tills temporary r rift may. develop slgnifi- cVnt and there erlst Irong-VpoaalbllUieg that Denmark may ifurther'and ret-furthor reduce her trade Flth the United Kangdoni I. j-Canadian trade returns show IhaL 1 from; Ihc year or.thq dcclantlpiL of war, oinort bacon lied Jn (ho mafheMng facll ea and outlet for' the -iirmlyct ol it typo Qf fat libs supplies Iho Amorlcan trade endrmoLin quart- lea ol lard for which Ihero cilets n eriicridouB j 'home demand.1 ,'Thla eana that the-Aineriqan paoker'can ako ustror a.very.'.fal rd from the fat'aijd putting.the lenn rt of Iho carcass on tho njarkct as cat. Ori the olhbr Canada Las miiaratlvcly little'homo'demarid for so practically, alVtho' Canad- n hog must bo cdnsunie'il as meal d tho gteateT'parl.qf that.'.ineat as jcon.'H-la therclore plain that Iho alurc of our 'hbnie and ,eipcrl de- and make tho ba'cofi hng'the.ncceaa- y type.for the' Dominion. Diit, Blrons' aa. ire reasons galmt raising the'fat hog icre arc others more potent sHU. To roiluco tbo fat -hoff economically, tbe edlng of large of cheap irn Is un absoluto necessity; nnd corn .one of Iho -of Uie .truth may-bo- polnL- d but Lne og output- pf: the United-Slates Is reduced in (be corn .tiplt- It ma> rnllifully. he said 'trVat.'.'bblng a.great orrn country, the 'has forced' for Ah'at ivery reason tb rotluco the fat Los. .It h'aa long beer ccdgnlzed as 'ihc' ;of thr irn-growlng for It oilers one to mar .eL their enormoua annual crop, :On the other Ims nol large corn -We. have nr na-compared-.with ou iclghhours, we'cannot, liee'n lo pro luce a similarly '-amauiU 'o :hnrn. "Fat h'oga 'carinol! be "'pro conipelillvo un on. plain. thaLw'e our'nclghbo icroaa'the .Hner-Tho o iroducliop.and ipabllily t'o-.prpducc i6g prohibit it., j bj- Export1 It' h'as often" .that fa iiogs .have commanded; just aa" hlg prices may-be mus there la certnln home, dam and hogs, bu aa soon.'as this demand haa been su plied, and" aa ride- to: dlapos of the1 aVrplija in "Great w wbuhrflad our'selires "pu't.fput''0f bu Iness by "heir inimcnas'itiid'varle'd home-'mur it ircry e ables iis our surplus.on Ibr bacon hog, Ve algu the dealt warrani to "our -trade In: It should be plain._to all (bat the pres- ent iobd prlcea. for ren dared possible tiy the ptcBeace.of the bacon type. It la 'the key to the ait- ualloo, It otrers an 9utlflt'for. our aur plus p'roduct and preveata-coiig'esHou. It. we throw .Ihe -key. at thr expert, in 1915 waVyalued at lost aad-our 'hog. a local make 1m- The following letter IIQG been' f _ iclvcd for iiulllcatlon. by Iho Herald 'rom Sexton Creek local.'union, of ho U. R, A. regarding tho Iiog sttua- .Ion: i Wo find tho bog situation a serious and n very unprcfllablo undertaking n community, nndor tho conditions of lileTi rrJccd feed i Imltccf transportation. U Is fuel that the farmers an feeding al a financial lose; qnd It Is true the farmers arc going out nf Belling their grain; hut If-we coult gel rid of our hog3 when Ilicy arc- to sell tho conditions would not-he GO bad, The greatest trouble Is whal_ fcvv hogs the fanners have they arc un a Mo to dispose of at live u' on account of noticing ablo to Ret a ca load together at one lime. We havad br not.' It behooves 113 lo get and find a Eolution that will help INCREASE PRODUCTION OF WINTER EGGS >upp1y In Periods of Greatest Scar- city May Be by Proper Methodi of Caring for the Bird a Pu.ultfy owners wlio wish lo obtain satJiMclory production of eggs jurlng Ihe fall winter 'liould' arrange ID hatch pullets Jn April, liaiched at Ma tlnio bo well matured in llic a greater jirojior- I oil of 'l :Jiii will go lirooJy early In llus'. completing Ihe clrclo icccaeary fnr prpductlon hi the ru.ll. ..'I'uiletE batched. In Ihe spring fin iC Induced to lay more abmHiiMy In Ihc jvlmcr it they are properly fed, liouBcil, and handled. On Che aver- ige farm, very few eggs are i at Iho time eggs bring Uo esL prlcee. U will pay tbo vjon'i'ry owner, therefore, lo devote a trouble to providing his bir-Js -..I111 the-most favorable fiurrounJinjjG for Lho winter. Tho house fliould be Lhorouglilj cleaned, dlElnfccted, and made tlghl beforq the weather Beta in. I: llic house has a'dirt floor, It Is well to rcDiQvo 3 or "4 inches of dirt from [he lop to replace this material wllh dryi gravel or eand. On cement or wooden i floora 4 or 5 Inches ol fresh straw or Utter thvpwn dosvn after the floor has been cleaned. IB ,another [mjiortanL ,'ctof to consider'. The house should light on. Lhrctj skies, bill for the iiirlh-rnusllh curtains may he used ir from oric-trnrd to oiie-half Its cx- :nt. -Jn any" caa'c, (here should be omo 'ventilation jn the house, even n. the coldest, nights.1 Fowls will and: considerable- cold air, provided will keep he air thoroughly" dry in the house. IR tho other handj drafls are likely 3 cause' roiip ohd other trouble. cd. A 'convenient' method or rccilEig iccf Hcrap la In a made of thrco larls torn iricaland ono part each of .vhcal wheat nilddllugs, and jcef scrap. Skimmed mhk or butter- milk may lie need In place ol Ihc joef bul If tho supply Is Ihollcd sonic scrap also fihould be fed. In experiments conducted by Iho department It was found that for the first four months pullcta fed a ration containing beef Ecran liroduced, qn an average, -U.5 eggs; while HIOSQ fed Iho Earno ration' without (be acrap produced only J Tho cost of feed- Ing the liUer birds was 2.2 cenls-hlEh- cr lor every dozen eggs prorluccd than hi Ihc case of the pullets fed bccl scrap, Tho birds should have plenty to cat but thoy alEo should always he cagoi for each meal, ir 'oiic-lhlrfl of Lho scratch grain furnished them ta fet In Ihc "moruins and at HlgM, Iho birds will lake more cxor else than if they receive all Ihc grain they desire In 'Ihc morning. Coot BCVRtcli mixtures may -bo made parts hy weight of cracked corn, oata, or of two parifa at cracked com aud one pail cnch o wheat and cats. i industry this southern ho hoK ountry. Knrmera of Allicrla, No. 4_31 CoultB, Albcrla. CIIAS. YOUN'O, President.' JOHN. A, Sec'y.-treas mycrs must realize, that they. .ver> frcellvcly .determine o breeding anil feeding: and .thai lhe> buy, according to ;rade.'. r. of .Hog 'A' Ori' parL" of. Ihe nust- bo a positive kiiowlcugc of wha bacon, Iiog realli- .la. .To Lhe" .lean; ralld-tured known' a we.retiulre a smooth pig, poEsessjng a and an "even "hack, ' hut well cqycred .with 1 not fat. The sites from BrlouldeT1 to be the" rib sp; boldly.and dropping angles, 4he underline free from .ilabblncss, the" ham smqol and taperlflg with the .maximun amount of Ilesb on the Tb pig should stand .on-strong, but-n coarse, well balanced legs' and .'fe and must be, lieallhy and good feedcf' -Thia-ls the kind of p ricnded home' and-fcj.rcli markerls. He Is a type, There is-HI talwaya he-'a number-'" the than sufflbte to fill: stags'-'and aged' sows must be of.r :To rbarket them to Llic best adyantage they should be made as fat 1 possi- ble'aa Hielr "chief value la for.'.laTd; hut they ere of very IHUe uije (o ibe eiporler- a. rule the weight limits of Inn bacon hog nreV fixed at 160 (b-200 pounds, live, weight. At-'thV same tiuie, a hog may.'.weigh allghtly .inora than 200 pounds 'and Elfll'- Mflnj; farmcrE, hi "overlook the feeding their fact that beef crap, or some similar vcrj sEential duflng Ibe winter nionlhs il good supply1 of eggs Is lo be obtain Only about one-half as much alfalfa eccil and less than one-half aa mud crimson clover seed were Iniporlc during. Iho year- 1015-1C BE dur Ing either of the two previous years Lcsa than pounils -of hair vetch seeil were Imported In I9lt whcreaB pounds u'ere Itn ported In 19H. THE MOVIE CfllSIS William A. Brady, president, ol lh World Film Co., says the motion pic lure Industry is a( the dhmstcr pohr rrdclucilon cost of films has Incrcai ed and.. princely, salaric have turned Ihe heads of THE BULLDOGS ARE COMING hows such .Irregularity of. marketing q For cxainplc, in 1012 al he- tln'Eoii Yards, Toronto, here, "were hogs markeleiK Of this number were marketed luriuR'the rnonihs of Xoyembor and lecember something over JIBP the per 1DM, It cent.'jwas reduced to In _._.... stood, at cent. Invariably thp owest prices 6i ite' year' Iiayc ruled at, th'eEB 'limes 'an'dTfhe larger'.tbe per .the '.Clearly vjre. haVo not consilere'd. uiarket con dlj.ioDft In our, pro- duct of dn'lhc Drit li ood Management Ej'etntlal to Sue- ccBSful l-'armers arc being rcpealodly urged keep more llvo-fltocK on tjiclr rms. .Muny refiaons1-. why they iould do so arc gfvei'i, chiefly, (hat ock. Is profitable and that It til Increase (he forllllty, of the soli. :rtalii jKibts arc oflei; Insufficient- cmphaslzcd In the of Is rf stock farming Is to a profitable, Iho stock must'be good lality, and must bo nrpper and itclllKCnl. care, Scnib stock never hi and never will yield Iho nrofit- IjJo riJlurha ivhJch arc lo bo'deJh'Dj om pure bred or high grade clock, huso u'ho aro in the stock btisiiices, r who contemplate going Ilito It, annot afford lo overlook this, con- deration. Canada has too mucli oor Block; whet. we need'Is inorc ood stock.' If the fertility ol the soil on llio Lock farm Is lo be Increased or, even nalntalucd, wise management in con ccllon [wllh tho rotation "of crops :ic caro and use of the manure, and lio tillage operation mual accompany hB keeping or the- atock.- Moat and he various dairy products canuoL be tiado from nothing any rnoro than ;an grain and'hay, nndr- If .thcse.are :o'M from llio farm .the" {crllljty akuu from the soil fn their proditc- ion. must be restored.' A lest, con- lucted on two Iowa ono rain farm and the other ft atocK farm vhoro p.urobred stodk kepL wed that the eoil" on the grain arm WQS more fcrtlte than on Iho- ilock farm. Thle was largely duo ho rotation followed and Judicious nanaacjnent by Iho grain The live slock farmer, however, made 9 oi'er Iho five iier cent. Intcrcet on his Investment, while' the grain 'armor lacked ot even making, interest on Invostment, It must lie remembered, also, lhal the slock farmer had a larger Inveslincul iippn. which to allow Interest. These men wcro both good farmcra and It was not poor in-inngcmeiit thai led to Iho difference'In profits. Tho man who made the greater profits could afford lo Invest n part of eame lu purchas- ing and applying to his soil what Is required 16 maintain fertility and ho ahead, or he could arrange Ills rotation In'such a -way that 111 a soil would npt become Impoverished. Good management must KO Iho keeping d( good stock If profits arc 10 lie mode nud eoll fertility maintained. THE BULLDOGS ARE COMING1 ANCHO'iTOOWALOSW! ouscow TO -PORTLAND; ME L GLASGOW THE BULLDOGS ARE COMINGi: LOANS F0R LIVESTOCK Ghriatniaa. 'and trade Wiltihlre- sides' ire -1-'perlahanlc pro diict'.''They.cannpt'-be lield over and muYt.'Xtherofore, be.' marketed when readjv On Uie olhe'r band, during tile'months of and August VhenV'tiie Brltlah. market la at Ha Bupply .of Canadian'hogs is at a.-? lowest. From June. 1 .to Octo- build, lint this time with ivlsdonran toward a peruianon profttablR tratle'in a.ivclHIenncd a prcciatiyo a tr.idc In whli all.the contributory jiniLs. will be inrmonlous -ami proper, relation on .Q the other.-; To (.his (InaricI interesls, farjne'rs, packers aii'j oili contrihutnry 'sources; lo a coranierclal venture .n.'jst accept tht prcpef eharo of thG rVsporisiblliiy a' stand.liine lo tlicir guns of nalurdl. depression ns-well 'ns'liv days of natural prosuerily. :0nly IhrouEh" ihe. united efforts of capital labor and their ,nllle'j Interesls -cat. this .country hope .to make a euccess of any.worlh while enterprise.. The farmer .cannot -doj Ihis -.IhinE alone, the patker% IB. without Ihe type of hog that' the trade .dcnmnds. the market .does, 'not .'properly for cahnof-have all channels feinooliily operaiing .toselhcr to pro- vide unobstructed .'access to II. The chain stronger than Its weakest K'oW Is, the time to forge a chain-that will (he lime of' days succeeding the declaration :of peace. Olher unlla of Canadian commerce are today.-serloiialy' constdcrlDE poli- cies ol expansion; Airtfce world-.ovcr, and feeder livestoilf.' THE CANADIANBANK OF COMMERCE is prepared -to encourage llic.devcloprhent of the Western livestock industry .by extending liberal credits to good farmers to purchase breeder v FEEDERS IN 'CANADA HEIFERS AT HOME In 1915 about hcadpf feeder caltle'werc taken [rorn the Winnipeg stock yards for distribution ampri? farmers in the Nc.tH, representing a serious loss to Western Canadian farmers We lush to nssist in slopping this movement Consult us before --clhng unfinished stock If you must sell, let us try to find you a buyer at home and build up your district. Lethbridge 'Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. be'r I ]s (he time picker the" best-'use df.hogii. do much this While our of climate are each pre- vent UB frona absolutely: guarauleclng i men aru realiilng lhal prosperity af- ter peace''must-be decided not alone on Ihc bailie front, but at home in" the jcountlng-ho'use, the store anil In the 'shop. markets, markets iood however, medlale" preparallonB to; hold, and they reacli the'200'pound mark. tend our eiport trade .Regular Supply'- trade 1 ,e firlllab trade1 iVetu'rai, "o'n 7the 'hand, LshdiP ihftt DenmYrkV exports Incrcas- cd each 'Euccecdlp; year from 1905 to Sliice UhVO.-tlme, houever, Dch: expori Ip Great Britain show lio tremeniouVdecrease ol IfJO.OOO'pdutHls.'whno' thdae'oflhe Do- a 're'aadiiiiblQ; increase' right type !of we T.iay flnd: puraelres pushed 'out of lie. British'market by OUT Standard Product If we are lo make oiir product Ihe of cthe British people, then" the, Wiltshire Sides" must-be" a.guarantee type and qiialily.'Failure to meet the requirements of Uie trade ,__. _.. iv- unifom, Ion which Dri- market demand a a certain type, wplght arid we'muBl-conform'rto market require ments, Close ailhcrence to the Fanner, together -r.wllh. 'proper-' Iced- alao a "almliar degree, of fn Ihe curing lid L market Ing oC the pro- duct by" by.nol lly br typo, fa a viefke'd go to T Our cxjort far the lis- cal VndWt, March 31, .1314, for 1015; pounds; i'pbumlB.1: In. fact, I crea'sed'our Juat IB dcureuKd hers..; qccopled by Ihe.Uniled Stale's that iSoimlrV exported BrlUlti' io'ilhe value of steadily a uniform production graded'ovcT the monllia'-period, Jwc are ablo Lo wldeif. our [ceding operations consid- erably. If we breed part SOTTS ejrjfer in the 'reUrd Uio fall we will to. sup- ply -the packer with hogs at. a lime when "the" can mafcc itoe best use them anO tlie'refore pay a bet- [er1 cam; gel away from market by It least In so aarplus. at- of the yeiiyja ccncerrieJ. rTo' obtain -tills mean I in bulld.up a rcpulaitlon quality and uniformity, poailloa on the British market In relation to oth or- brands, Improved The nrlljsh market'IB'ihexorable In Ita demand for. the, choicest quality. Buying Basil Serious" inuet be fiiy- en to tho question of pAyrncnl accorn- Inf to quality. .It ihe re-is 16 be any concerted efJort on .Iho pirt .'of the ftirnicra to produce type of hog, then they to. con- sistent "a prcm lum in payment for spject sibtf. The Inauguration.ot of ibuylnf inusl produce a Into (he business "for six months" of year apd.thjeh'go out of it' for-sii-manths improfUablc" bolh to producer and uacker. a course breaks trade connecllona, loaca customers and ulti- mately of pMcei on Ihc parl of Ihc packer'to get IheM cuglprheri back' 'Tlie piust pay the price for this irreftuiiflty: The British b.uver must aa surance of .a othfr: wise "he" will utilize sourcear whera the supply Is dependable.- our supply must bo 'organized to .meet the requirements of tho.Irade. .It Ike market wants ;.ln Ilien October marketing :will not do. It may suit our- conveniencei.'bulilt will no't build up our buaincas. s II Is this irTegularlty the duction .of our- hoga- thai directly rcsponaiblo for what I i plten A-rpngfuliy termed Irregularity brccdf; a nnd "larger" markels" Is their._slp_ thTough'oul" the world'are now' maUing plans and (ng new foiiririadpns for a permanent in profitable .di- .In Canada, In.foci the world over, there exists, n. confidence in the fu- ture of live stock trade which 1ms no .parallel in history. Canada has now. the opportunity qt. placing her- thkUvmore pigs would be'Uttered In self ia a very-powerful in the BTid Feh-lCKpOrt nacon business, if fl well con the wiriler months- rticular. The objection .loi siderbd ana -well; cle.lneil ring is that as' a'rule poHcy'lla adoplea by-all 'TJP ruary in pa THnler' IItie; piir'cerit. mbrfalily among the you he higher than that at.any other per- lod'.'.'.Ta. thle- altogether..due Jo the weather? Better housing conditions and ..a lilllc .more attention hirth will Breally remedy ihis evil. H.may cpBt more In time ar.d in feed to pro- duce a wlnter-imcred bacon hog, b.ul JB IL riot etiually true thai Juno, July, August and Seplember marketed'hogs i're od.the average worlh' one to Two eenta'per paurid more than those that eijrlng-llUcrcd? in inlnfl.lhal Jhc only sound and view Vjhlch be takeu'ht tho.hog bufilness, la an catl: male of the .during.the llic'year. be low and Business Worries In'oUf past.experience-we find.that many .and well known are absolutely Ignorant M ta thtlr own business affairs: If your creditors are worrying you I I f If your are not ae they ihould Could you rot afford Five per ctnL of your Ineema tA have matters prcperly adjuited, ntiKfactory to yourwlf and to your creditors? Private correspondence solicited.and ESTATES ADMINISTERED, LIQUIDATOR, v! British Canadian Trust Co. CEO. W. ROBINSON, Miniger and Secretary PHONE 1843. CONYBEAHE'BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. allied ests. Is riol 'suggested that the Dduclipn of hogs Ehould be Increaa- In a wholesale way. Dooms are Lirlty Kor the IlriUsh mtrtict .re.- qulrea a ccrlalh 'Willshlrct aides every week. us Biyl'jor lustration, this represenls the" prn'd1 of hogs. totfl value of If we produced'and hogs' as required, wa wo always followed 'by pcrlod.s ol dc prcssion. The mosl: stabla -condition of attain; !caii be' brought about by each' farmer btt" to In- crease production involving himEcif In nny great [jnanclal out- lay. cafeful. study of the re- quirements bt the; trade nnd of Ihe, feed al hlsr disposal, evh' Imllvlduall. can eaCely IncreasA and Inlproye pro--' feeding occra-} lions o'vpT Q, thus cllmlnnle eitrcmo rnarkcls by creat- ing steady ones. -_ In a Vord; ,WP. need n Epod crop'of hogs each month of the year. U will iJBh'prices bill these periods ate wclljijc a because of shorl- defined- .In" so far ha wo' are. con- aEC grain, all pig slock .s sold olf c'erned.Mhey aro .governed by farm Ihls fall. Clover liny. tur- nand'df the British market. To" ntps. liiaiigeU and sMm-mUk rriakc rc- t el .'only one lol of IIORS anil winter feed for brood sows and that'generally- in the .fall juirt. wlnlfer cvcil for yoving erowlng slock and means a falhlre to. bc-Uiistci. lo bring them the'-averaije. 'shsne in Ihe spring. idea exisla a puirlhe' eleven youngsters along In'sa'tisfactory style outlet that" nuiriber coLuld rtepcnd on markellnpf (na on (.o.h. Ihe bcjlnnlns j many the char-jiio'usc7 for slAuel.lerJ: ..-_ Ll noj Umc, Uie lha' tjic size of thc.irade for thai period. It Umc, Uie the snmc-price, Irrespective" of congcjlcd, tbd and-iloVVr her. Irade must not be 1 their, sultabllily for Irade. 1 prices follow aa pyerlboke-A-v- may; there Var'o'- roand controls" Supply', don i... prpdiici fcuycrs, tiot'aH rcAUzVlhc' vql- I ptle us, prod I frpduttj her; te.ry., pcwIUrc pi presenceru0 of buying oa a The. A' ,ouf. Cuadlfn market realized. BS_ we. bcllcr adjust our pro- duction. to more regular "mar- ketlnj Ihroushout Iho. year. V. The Choice JVe have' tlio beliveen Jwo pollcjcs-. can conynno pnr'oid method of "in hogs tomorrow" a inelhcd that' bas. been the cyirso' of our bacon'. hog industry, Inde'rinltc, des- tTuctlvo (o a permanent stale ot .what could well be a powerful arm oJ.Oflna. Jlau 'arjlpulture; or'Vvrt'can choose ihorpciler Ihlrig; caa