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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta INTERES THE DAIRY COW (Bv E. S. Arcbloald, B.A.. homlnloa Animal Husbandman.) It has uecu clearly demonstrated that the good dairy cow is a more economical producer than any other firm animal. Not only she .dually yield nioro product giver, amount ot feed but sb..does this it the least wsl and rreatesl urolLI. these facts the milk and fat from [he averaso cow is exceedingly low, being approximately 3.SCO pouuJs milk and 130-pounds fat per annum, which m less than the totalcosl o production. Nevertheless it_has bee, clearly demonslraled that by.betie -feeding and management this average HBV be easily increased from 30 to .SO W cent, "with an incrcssed cos in teed and U Mt3 pas, Eroum oil cake. I part, coltopsced meal riirt. This meal fed at Ihe rale of liouud per 34 pounds o[ Milk pro- y0 or ailalta bay 10 pounds, mansels ?r lurulpS 30 pounds, uc straw 10 iwunds. meal mWuro o( brau 5 parli. jround oils 2 barts. linked oil meal 3 parts, fed at lia rale ol 1 pound per 3H pounds ol milk produced. i No. Clover hay 12 pounds. con> 30 pounds, meal nililure composed of bran parts, ground oats 7 parti; dried brewers1 grains 4 parts s fed -at lU SATURDAY, 1917' needs and dfsl 3-Feed rcs boun o! feedlni In teed and labor .0" OT turnips 10 'pounds, meai miHii.. per cent.; the margin would be largel) mposed 0( Dran 3 parts, ground oats i "nU a prouce. i No grass hay 10 pounds, oat straw or chaff 10 pounds, mangels turnips 10 -pounds, meal mixture pulled. Summer sUate, It available, s bolh superior to and cheaper Ihan teas arid The Feeding of, Calvea The quantity ot and the vrom from the future herd .depend upou the biefdlUE and of the calves and even more ou the' ine'hod of rearlns- The best of calves bolh lo type and breeding may by poor rearing develop Into small slunlefl and cows while calves by tool rearing may develop Into very usefu animal? Hence Iho ol calf rearing is one ot Great economic Iia- melhods wilt such as are needed will give ex- cellent results: Remove Ihe dairy calves from me cow at birth. Do not allow them M suck, unless weak or unable lo drlnV. or -Jiilesa the cove's udder U severely caked. Mother's milk for the flrsl Into three or Jour feeds is es- sential. Feed whole milk lor'lhe Srst ten days, then slarl replacing part el ,.L fn whpn overleed. lo the loaivls'uji butt ,to boun o eenii o feeds Suddeu changes tu Ceedi. cauw KOI only a la ducUon, bul-witi otlen indiKa herewith emphnslied. Common allmeuts auch as dlarr- boea iaipacllon. bloat, gralu sickness aud caked udder usually result (rom Incorrect (eedlus. il'rqvenllou o( these roubles Is surer and certainly cheiu- from the ,5d unless youThaveUiKUvldiia tords of the milk prtuy. Tuc nrollaWe dairy cow give O---VLUtl ever may bo largely prevented If Iho cow Is properly fed and managed be- ore and aller calving- i-Comforlablo stables havlus a plentiful supply of fresh air and sun pronL-'such an Increase Is only SnaVcIa! necessity bul .the patnotic dnlv 6r everj- dairy farmer. f- Feeding the Dairy Cow The mllfe produced by a dairy, cow of 'proper type Is in proportion to consumed plus the reserve of fa and mpose 3 Mrts grouud flai S parts, ground wheat parts, ted at the rate pound per 3 pounds ot milk product No B-nforse hay 10 pounds, clovers Iu sipou-ndsC oat slraw Or chatt. 10 Jel pounds. mangels or" turnips 30 pounds ten ays, en the same wlih skim mils so that when the call Is one month of age, It. ma> feed Blored in the body as fa and oaU flesh As an esaaple of the latter j Ied at ,hf i liHas beau shown that fresh cows 0{ :-iij- DO fed on a maintenance rallr- even surved tor setcrel days y wheat equal pafU, n sarve woducc inilk In iainy Uiss quanlltles however, a proportional decrease -.-'Of welsbt and flesh. Again U has rjrovEn that cows of proper type calvin of 1 pound per 3 pounds milt plcntiful'supply o[ clean dnnsmg ._ _____ fn. npanl. Call is one l 03 receiving In Iwo fceda ;dally, __ 1 poucils o( stlm mills plus a laWespoon il ot Baely ground scalded Bax-seed weeks of age smal whole 'oils In the manger clover hay and clean water than thecuies.'- ailments' such as milk t capwy or heavy feedera and above all u SOOO younds ot vrltft- 1.4 Aiiixaal'lluabandry iMvlaloll, :kMrlme4ltal r'arni. OlUwa, for par. bui Iha; aprUi k prrterable. .-i. i --t- Many farmers keep record of the amount o .ill 10 pounds of oat straw or 3a tc iiounds o( mixed-pasture, grass.Io atone. To thla musl b J.dded Ihe [ced to supply energy nccra lo manufacture Hence '..'-'is. evident that the meagre leedln of cow. In milk will Induce HUle v.6y milk alter Ihe snrplus.body .tissu tow used, .while liberal feedln with practically the same malnlenanr will Induce heavy ml production.. It la evident that milk produc the latter conditions will co ''much less per. gallon. Rallo'ii. for (he Milch Cow In Stabl j 'The of 1 selection and the feeding i- ''A- dairy 'cattle depend- linon the pal: variety, nulrillon and ease and succulence of the given. "All theie.esfenllalg ot a1 tjalan'ced rail-in for economic pro- mnst.bc'cbnaldered when rals- porcha.slnE foodsiuRs. .V'Tte most ration must basis 'cheap b'nl rich hulrl- f clover hay, infllBge and' Thft l.'berai'fesdlng of meals Is Advisable, tn balance the roughage frallon add In addllion to.provide the with an eilra of a less bulky A potmd'ot iriUn cow Is freth is eqnlTrienl-to several pdunda grain ifter the cow has.decreased irnalerfallyjii her milk (ow. reed one 5 ''jxinnd ol for ereiy pounds her Ucl.tlon period 'tttntst the met] gradu i 'illy id 1 ponDd for ertry. pounds 5: ;''of Bilk prodK.ed, A! i 1 16 4, yoHefdng ire a i-well Ulflncea'-dtlly -rallirn; tat iPOBBd 'ttin cow lo- th of-farmeVs Uirough Farmers Alberta Shoiilrt Insure in THE MILK RIVER HRE INSURANCE CO; i- r- PAUL MADGE, PRES. River, Alia. GEO. WATSON, Milk River, sA Company for Farm Risks Only Absolutely Safe and the Cheapest You Can Carry. FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO THE SECRETARY v Over Insurance Carried Assets. No Liabmties; if FIRST.GAiyil TO STARJ AT 10 ALL TJJOT OR PACE -iljICHT HARNESS, HAl.fr FOB ALL KILNING RACE ON HALF MlLEjTRACK EE FOR ALL RUNNING RAiDE THE eiVE'S YOU YEARS TO PAY Ail aiea 'of the Don fehile Itnd io Wtsltra Canadi for Mle at and easy ttrmj ranging from (I I to 130 for farm linds wilh ample land? up to f50.' One-tenth If you twtnly yeirai In ceiliin land for Bale 'without Kiilcment condiilons. In irrigalion farm buildings, etc. np lo KKS, cent. Heie a yonr opportunity to increase your fitni hbUings by getting land, or to secure your friend! >I neiBabois. For lilenture and par- ticulars apply to'AUaa Cameron, Superintendent of Lands, il of Naluial Resources, .Stroei OalgiryJ Alia. Traction Engine We aro eqiTlpiwd "to' handle ill of iwrk en either aUam or gal tracton. Only high eliaf.wcrk our (hop, and .we will quote prlcei are.right. NIVEN BROWS. 216 Flrrt Ave. S. PKerw i- svakEiTH, Lethbrldge WE WAVE IN STOCK FOR IM- MEDIATE THE FOLLOWING 32 h.p. :.-t; ,32-h.p, -f '3M6 h.p. Hiimely.! GEARS 32 ri'p. Reeve., el.utch and geara.' 32 h.p. Gate, bul! and olirtch pinion.. Master and four arm tplder. We >rc now In i po.Hlon to deliver every four dayi. Iron G. Lesiee ot the Works. .Pony Race, QiiartcrMHe aiid Race, 150 yards, paneling a, Team lulling Saddle; and Mount Race, Foot Races of AH Kinds Bucking Contest and Steer Riding DANCE IN THE EVENING GOOD PRIZES FOR EACH EVENT TOTAL NET PROCEEDS GO ..bmnil have been'paying tor their, lands out 61 one crop.. Lmay they not do with wheat and all farm produce at mclr.pre.eat have some excellent properilei belongmg.to Tru.t Eslal" :under; bur care which .will appeal to the farmer an.d Investor, "l! which realized upon. i.-'. i'J -SEND- FOR. LIST. THE STANDARD TRUSTS CO, l i (Head Office Alberta Branch, Macleod Block, Edmonton, or writ, to W. A, Albtrta Block, ISOTlGEl The British Remount Commission Will Purchase ARMY HORSES at the following pointi Cardston, July 3rd. Cothrane, July 5th C'Rlgarj' (Exhibition Grounds) July REQUIIJEMENTS FIELD 'riEAVY ARTILLERY 15-1 hanit Height....... ,16-Z ta 16'1 Weijhl e to 0 yean ..6 la 9 year, price WM.pO All color. while, "W-00 light grey buck-; All I -'-.''ft' 'i it' whkh wl" Losses are often caused ill] an Estate tlirourjfh the (iareltasncss or misinanagenAcnt individual Executor QF Afliininistrator. Thi. can be '.voided by the advice of bonded to the .ndi eKperlenced iepirtitienu. t'hlt Cempany. It.acU on '.birt the Inttructlent of. Age Price .-.'Cfllor ipproxlmattly M.OO It. The Alberta Departrnent c( Agriculture folding and shipping Of all bought in'charje -ef-.ll It. v-. GUARANTEE Company CALVARY AND LfTHBRlDGE v I ,iinl.lrator'.nd Official AMlffe'e for the Judlcl.t Dl.trlcli Publlc-Admi ;of Mftllclri. .Red p.tr, Stettler time your'riall lnwr.nct. It Your crop tW. u :___i unii rtifr ralftfa. IHCrtTOrt. VO vrill you rtiouldluk..: the valuable you nav. ever T-: -ch.-riMi.-. Select Our tMngut for over eighty year. 1. thorsughly j: 4iv- -vGEMEnAL INSURANCE-- ..'i o'round Floor.'SherlKk Bldg. Phone 1343.-f ollcle. edi.U If necetMry ce: roun in o" office Immedi.U If n by phone. Included In of Our 'e wlll.'-inlpcnrlM H. A-CRAIG, -sJn Ulictln, tio IrSpiVUrt thing. the Company; 'X Dominion Government IWhds mahiring 1937 in Denoiniiiationri ?5W and .Inlci'cstFlve: PHONE BL .nd, LITHBHIWIE, AtTAj ;