Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
7 Jun 1918

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7 Jun 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Postville, Iowa My the Postville Herald. Helping the heat and milk Supply special information service United states department of agriculture safeguarding canned meats these meat products Are canned under unusual War time precautions. I pc tules made for packing houses summary of what War has done for Benefit of Consumers of animal products. Downfall of slacker can government has refused to tolerate a Uoo of tin for Canning air pol so Nous disinfectants Are also forbidden. As n result of this year s Campaign 100,000 More Square Miles of territory will be freed from the tick and an no most incalculable Quantity of meat and milk added to the National production. The Campaign needs of course the co of Cantlon of every person who owns cattle in infested territory. There Are left Only n very few men who try to Huld out against tick Erad Catlon methods. Dry facts Holstein cows have produced forty pounds of butter in seven Days  our boys Over  a Sif while the various governmental Vij Genck a have always taken More than apr Luary Pernu tons to safeguard con Sumers against any evils that might a Ife sult from canned Moats Eontlngen-1 Isles arising out of the present state War have resulted in even More perfect Protection for soldiers and civilian an old evil in the conning Industry inns what has recently been called the a slacker it was not Able to survive the state of War. The partly can like other slackers had Toa a. The Mere bringing of cans up to Stpe Low net Content weight printed Onset Clr labels is no longer All that is re lured. The can must be filled. The Tarar brought a shortage of tin and the of government refused to tolerate the Lanse of tin for Canning air. Poisonous disinfectants forbidden. H extraordinary precautions no being Ken also in other particulars. A relent regulatory announcement from Jwj Julie Bureau of animal Industry United states department of agriculture for bids the keeping of such odourless pol on As blah Lorado of Mercury in pack no houses and directs that hot water Ontl Nung approximately 1 per cent t Sal soda sodium Carbonate shall to used for disinfecting All in str ends. The Bureau has supplied ail Sta on with special thermometers for pakling temperature tests of meats and inspectors Are instructed to closely supervise the handling of All meats a Gid products of a kind prepared Cus in Varlly to be eaten without cooking and which contain any muscle tissue is tto inspectors Are instructed also to a a fee that All meats which Are not rendered into lard or tallow and which utilized for food purposes shall to Jarll Tzc by heating so that All Perns of the meat Are brought to a Pesature of 170 degrees Fahrson to and maintained at this tempera a for not less than so minutes. Different cooking methods to Bureau of animal Industry does specify the cooking necessary to Dure that All parts of Tho Moat Are Ted to the minimum Tompy nature. T was regarded As impracticable account of the fact that different to thous of cooking Aro used la differ packing establishments for Varl weights of products. The a spec Are instructed to apply Good judg to each individual Case to make necessary test to determine Tho and to be guided accordingly. In n very Little while now there will to a million american boys on the firing line in France and Al nudes. Already there Are some millions of British and French boys on that Lino boys who have been there some of them for four years onto ring their lives in defense of your Home quite As much As of their own winding off the atrocities of the Boche brutes from your loved ones though they have not been quite Able to Ward them off from their own mothers and Sisters. All of those boys ours and others will remain there and the by they shall not pass i will be made Good so Long As the flow of american meats across the Ocean is ample and uninterrupted. The requirement of us at Home is a very simple requirement. It does not limit us in any Way to a meatless diet. It leaves us Large Choice of very excellent meats. But it does demand that we cat less of beef no canned beef and not too much of any meat that is at All suitable for overseas. Of course none of us would deliberately fall to do that Little bit for the men who Are sacrificing for us their treasure of youth and Hope and love. No american worthy Tho name exalts his belly above the sacred things of Homo and country. Only some of us might to  thoughtless. Therefore take thought. Slaughter of Dairy cattle because of Lack of feed in Europe. Many animals have been killed milk 8upply decreased. Prepared by the United states department of agriculture although Dalry cattle Are economical users of feedstuffs and although they will convert coarse inedible material into a human food still they must Havo some Grain for maximum production. When in smals convert feeds Buch As gun in that can to used direct by human beings they usually do so at n loss of human food. In times of extreme food shortage therefore animals Are killed for human food and Tho gun in used directly. In some of Tho Continental countries this policy has been followed because of the Lack of feeds and Tho need of meat. Most of the Dalry countries of Europe have depended upon imports for a Large part of Tho grains or concentrates for Dairy cattle. This Supply has been largely Cut off with the result that in some countries there has been a tendency to decrease the number of animals. Because of these facts millions of Dalry cattle Havo been slaughtered in Europe Slanco the War began. The Lack of milk that hns resulted has entailed great suffering in some sections especially among children. It is important therefore that such a situation be prevented in this country so for is possible. If by economical feeding and the utilization of feeds that arc not necessary for humans the dairymen of the country could conserve their herds until after the War they would Render great service to humanity. With the Grent number of animals killed in Europe and the increase in the rate of Slaughter As the War continues the food shortage becomes More serious. When the struggle is Over it will be impossible to meet at once Tho demand for milk in the countries whore the greatest number of cattle have been killed. Efforts will to made of course to increase the number of Dairy cattle but this requires time several years in fact. The Supply of gun in on the other hand can to increased More rap idly but there will probably be demand upon us for products from Tho Dairy is Well is for foundations for herds provided we keep our Supply of Good animals. This should to considered another reason for increasing or it least maintaining Tho herds of Dairy cattle in this country. Annual pruning of Trees purebred Holstein kor Dyke Winona. Thirty purebred Holstein cows now have achieved Tho proud distinction of having produced More than forty pounds of butter in seven Days. Tho two latest matrons of the Dairy world to Schleve such Fame Aro kor Dyke Winona and sets Hengeveld of sync Johanna. Kor Dyke Winona freshened at the age of eight years Twenty three Days and produced in seven consecutive Days 083.4 pounds of milk yielding 40.28 pounds of butter. Her sire is Portloc kor Dyke and her dam is miss Winona Mechthilde. She was bred by Charles h. Hyde Watertown n. Y. Souls Hengeveld Fayne Johanna the thirtieth Black and White forty Pounder freshened it Tho age of six years one month Twenty seven Days. She completed her seven any test with 640.0 pounds of milk yielding 40.14 pounds of butter. Her sire is Woodcrest nig do Kol her dam is the great world s Champion Sells Fayno Johanna the first and Only cow of any Breed to yield go pounds of butter in a week. She was bred by a. A. Cortelyou Somer Volle n. J. Each of these great cows has yielded in seven Days an amount of butter that it would take ten average cows to produce. Both Are now owned by i lne Grove farms Etma Center n. Y. Work should be As severe As necessary to induce development of new Wood. A prepared by Tho United states department of agriculture As Tho fruit of the Pench is borne on Wood a Volch grow Tho previous year it is desirable to prune each season is soon As it is possible to determine to what extent. If any the fruit buds have been damaged by freezing. The in null pruning of poach Trees should be done but the extent of the pruning will to determined by the growth made by the Trees the previous year and the extent to which the buds have been injured by cold during the Winter. The Trees should be pruned is severely As is necessary to induce the development of new Wood for next year s revised standards for wheat and Corn origin of Holstein Breed an t use Folh Sot m of tar Dora i a Lam Roll off t a them Gulnor Many 9ki lg08." got r my Lak Rig meat by dipping ticks. Tho Campaign to help the a e meat and milk Supply u million a Quarter head of cattle in 270 titles of Tho Southern states Are log fortnightly pilgrimages to Tho g vats. There Are 23,000 of vats in Active operation Jib if Tho huns were attempting evasion of America by Way of Hho to make a solid Concrete bar from new Orleans to Pensacola iting Tho vats Aro 1,600 Federal and county employees enough to a guard every 880 feet along Marlor enough if armed with to guns to hold it against any. Puttuck. V is Tho in Ltd states army of in in tick territory the army of nation of Tho cattle Lover tick Fine barns not needed. As they trekked Down Tho Lune from Tho barn to Tho pasture tied May have tossed her horns and Sung to Bossio i dreamt i dwelt in Marble but that dream built up for Dairy cows by a lot of elaborate designers of Fine barns 1b dissipated by experts of Tho United states department of agriculture in a bulletin entitled the four essential factors in Tho production of milk of Low bacterial count it gives the results of a series of experiments in which milk of Low bacterial count was produced in an experimental barn under conditions similar to those on the Avor Ngo Low Grade farm. The three essential factors were found to be sterilized utensils clean cows Small top palls. A fourth Factor necessary to keep the count Low is holding the milk at a temperature of 60 degrees fahrenheit or lower. All of those factors it is pointed out May be operative in an Ordinary barn just As much As in the Marble Hall Type. Comes from the Northern part of hoi land where it has been bred for centuries. Prepared by the United states department of agriculture the Holstein Fri Elan commonly known As the Holstein Breed originated in Tho Northern part of Holland where it has been bred for centuries. Holsteins Honvo grown greatly in numbers and popularity in recent years in this country and Are most numerous in the in Ltd states in the Middle Atlantic Middle Western and Pacific sections. Secretary of agriculture signs order effective july 15. Grain Farmers and country shippers Are urged to thoroughly familiarize themselves with new grades changes made. Watch Stock for Fly injury. To prevent Fly posts of live Stock from causing serious injury Tho Stock should be carefully watched and when Tho Prosence of maggots is disco Vorodi in wounds or in soiled Wool appropriate remedy should to applied. Chloroform a Tho Host Roudy to kill maggots in wounds. As the wound is cleansed some effect Leo Fly repellent such As Pine tar should to smeared Over Tho wound and about its edges. Benefit to Stock raisers there Are Nauy advantages to be gained whoa Tho Stock raisers of one Community raise the same Brand. Bet Ter Palcos May to secured from Tho Sale of a uniform product and suitable Breeding Stock can be secured near Home. Purebred Holstein cow. Holstein cattle Are of Black and White color. They Are docile and even tempered not Good rustlers and do Best when plenty of feed is available. Holstein cows average about 1,250 pounds and bulls 1,800 pounds in weight. Tho average of milk production is High but the percentage of butterfat is comparatively Low. Among holsteins 8,200 cows that had completed a yearly record for advanced registry averaged 14,022.7 pounds of milk testing 3.424 per cent butterfat amounting to 600.7 pounds of

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