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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Tuesday. October 16, 1973 Here are the FACT The Lethbtidge Herald "CHINOOK" Published Every Two Weeks MORE RURAL and Farm Households than ANY OTHER Similar Publication. contains a pleasant Bal- ance of interesting reading for everyone PLUS Informa- tive Advertising Messages. We Invite You to Place Your Advertising Message where it will be sure to reach the greatest number of and urban households. COPIES Delivered to Rural Southern Alberta LARGEST RURAL COVERAGE BY FAR Total Rural and Lethbridge City Circulation is Copies a Herald Sales Representative Now and Place Your Advertisement in the Next Chinook! The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK "Serves the South ii Wheat variety for poultry By DR. E. E. GARDINER Poultry Nutritionist Lethbridge Research Sta- tion The poultry industry represents a large poten- tial market for feed grains. Recently, two utility grade wheats, Glenlea and Pitic 62, were licensed for production in Canada. Since their value in poultry feeding was un- known, we, at the Lethbridge Research Station, undertook to com- pare them with corn and the bread wheat Neepawa in diets for crossbred broiler chicks. Each of the wheats contained about 13.5 per cent protein and the corn contained 9.3 per cent protein. When these grains were used as the basis of diets containing 18 per cent protein, growth rates of chicks were somewhat lower with those contain- ing corn or Pitic 62 wheat than with those containing Glenlea or Neepawa wheats. When the protein con- tents of the four diets were increased to 24 per cent, growth rates were similar with all the wheat diets and these were slightly greater than with the corn diet. There was little difference between the diets in feed requirement per unit of gain. In a second experiment, a high-protein (20 per cent) Neepawa wheat was com- pared with corn and with the low-protein Neepawa, Glenlea, and Pitic 62 wheats. Chicks given diets based on high-protein Neepawa grew more slow- ly than those fed diets bas- ed on the other wheats or corn regardless of whether the total dietary protein was 18.5 per cent or 23 per cent. When the high-protein Neepawa diet was supplemented with 0.3 per cent of the amino acid lysine, the growth rate was as high and feed-to-gain ratio as low for chicks fed the other wheat diets. DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE A GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-O821 lie STREET NORTH This Winter TAKE A BREAK! Select your winter holiday Then phone 328-7921 for details Cruised' fly holidays to Hawaii DEPARTURES FROM VANCOUVER 31st 6th 8th 27th 28th Winter holiday in sunny San Diego VIA WESTERN AIRLINES DEPARTURES FROM CALGARY 22nd 29th 19th 2nd 16th 2nd One or two week holidays Christmas tour to Disneyland VIA HUGHES AIR WEST DEPARTURES FROM CALGARY 21st and 22nd For your free descriptive brochure On these fine holidays call 328-7921 A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL AGENCY 608-Sth Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta open Monday thru Saturday a.m. to p.m. Amplt IFM cuttomar parking ;