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C I^ C K A M A S OOl’NTT NEW S. ESTA C A D A . O REG O N. » B I D E T . M A T i l , I M I
delivered to James W. Smith, Estacada Union High School.
are highest yielding.When pos- (6) High quality
Clerk of School Dist. No. UH6,
The board reserves the right
sible, pastures should be re- roughage,
Oregon, to reject any or all bids
worked and used to grow rota-
Each of the factors
for furnishing and delivering Publ. May 17, 24, 31
Lets take one 86 Passenger School Bus.
tion crops. Pastures build fer- | are
tility in the soil, but if left too
Bids w ill be received until
found in 8 P.M. June 13, 1957.
contaminated much variation is
Specialist and Manning Beck-ter still, moisture blocks to de- long become
pasture costs- and important
IM P O R A N T MEETING
er, Farm Management Special termine the amount o f mois- with less
part o f roughage costs
Dorothy Hamilton announces
ist were on hand at the Field ture in the soil.! Shallow, fre- plants. Using old pastures for
that there w ill be a meeting of
Day to review what Blatchford quent irrigations are
not as i hay, grass and corn provides
after the hours
specified in the Old Times Festival board of
had done and made these re- good as heavier, less frequent forage needs and cleans up the
NOTICE OF SCHOOL BUS
directors, and anyone wh0 is
f; Ca ton
P n n n tv' Porls to guiae om er iarmers:
I fields for new pasture
Specifications may be obtain interested at the Sportsman's
PASTU RE M A N A G E M E N T
Weed Control - Weeds are lings.
Sealed bids w ill be received
Substituting fo r John Ins-
not much of a priblem
management at the office of the Estacada ed by calling Estacada 93-11, Cafe, at 12:00 noon Wednesday
keep who is in Washington,D. W H A T
TO P L A N T : Mixtures j properly
pasture. ! and irrigation program for ir- Union High School, or may be or by calling in person at the June 5th.
C to receive the U.S.D A Su- o l hunch-type grasses and per- Clipping once or twice a year | rigated pastures should be ad-
1 m m
. . tall-growing
Oh- justed to get maximum
ennial * ’ legumes
the best * - Prevents
perior Service award from E x LMMir
tension Director C. M, Fergu pasture. Pastures with approx from making seed. When u n -1 duction from clover and take
son,we figure the Field Day at imately 2-3 grass and 1-3 leg desired weeds appear, such as advantage o f the nitrogen that
ideal pasture Canada thistle or Tussock,they can be fixed by the clover.
Lennox Blatchford's 60
acre umes are the
The fertilizer program should
legu m e! can be controlled
firm near Hillsboro attended combination.
by nearly 400 farmers is w ell 1 should be selected on the basis ! spraying with properly select be based on a soil test that can
o f available moisture
and soil ed chemicals.
give you measure of the avail
JI III r
c PAJI Llll£-
This working dairy
farm j depthi.^ For irrigated pastur-|
C lip p in g-
Occasional clip able nutrients in the soil.Leg
New ping of the pasture evens up umes must have an adequate
with 40 jersey cows is an out es, Ladino d iv e r
what Zealand white clover are best. top growth, discourages spot supply o f : Lim e, Phosphorus,
control potash, boron , sulphur. A soil
lime, fertilizer and improved Where irrigation is not avail ty grazing and helps
varieties o f grass and legumes able, alfalfa is the best legume weeds.Clippings should not be test can tell you how murh of
on deep, well-drained
soils. closer than 3 inches.
these four you need.
Most W illam ette Valley pas
Harrowing - Occasional har
Its history is typical.
For Subterranean or white clover
years the land grew oats and are best on non-irrigated soils. rowing spreads livestock drop- tures need lime. About 50 per
alfalfa. 1 pings and knocks down the oc- cent w ill
barley, a little less each sea which w ill not grow
Abuut 25 percent w ill
son until three years ago when Tw o to four grass species are casional rodent mound.
The rate of applica
Rodent and Insect Control - potash.
his im enough in the mixture. Tall-
grasses are Rodents invade pastures. Bait tion w ill depend on the
provement program. N ow all growing bunch
RADIO, HEATER, PAD DASH, AUTOMATIC TRANSM. and
o f the land is in grass and leg best. Such grasses are orchard ing and trapping are effective test. Probably most w ill need
grass, meadow foxtail, peren control methods. Damaging in boron- about 1 1-2 to 2 lbs. of
WHITE SIDEWALL TIRES
be controlled. boron acre year. A ll legumes
The carefully laid plans be nial ryegrass, alta fescue.
Management Practices: Root Slugs are one o f the more ser- need sulphur - about 40 lbs. of
gan with a liming
based on soil tests.
About 2 growth in pastures is propor- ious insects in irrigated Ladino sulphur per acre year.
Good j pastures. Good control meth-
Nitrogen can be used to stim
tons of lime per acre was
re tionate to top growth.
not possible j ods are not available, but met- ulate early spring growth of
quired on most fields. A field root growth is
6 CYLINDERS, RADIO and HEATER
grass and to control the
top. aldehyde baits are helpful,
planted to DuPuits alfalfa this possible without
Rotate Use o f Field - Don’t ance o f clover and grass dur
month got 2 1-2 tons o f
lime growth. Do not pasture in th e '
plus boron. The fertilizer pro spring when there is less than ( eary-graze the some field every ing July and August. General
gram, also guided by soil tests, 6 inches of top growth. Do n o t, year. Alternate the fields for ly, nitrogen applied during the
has been mainly nitrogen, pot keep the pasture closely grazed, silage and hay use. A llow in g summer months w ill stimu
RADIO, HEATER, OVERDRIVE, NEW TIRES. SHARP!
ash and boron. Phosphorus le all season. Closely grazed pas-. some tall growth on each field late the grass and decrease the
by every year helps prolong the growth of the clover: the total
vels were adequate but potas tures ase soon taken over
low-yield- I life o f the pasture,
yield o f a good pasture
sium was on the deficient side low-growing and
ing grasses, native white clov- , Tall-growing grasses and leg- not pe increased very
though not extremely low.
umes do not make their most during July and August by fer
plant er and weeds.
Fertilizer - Nitrogen is the rapid growth until 10-12 days tilizing with nitrogen.
ings have included alta fescue.
S CYL. , POWERGLIDE, NEW TIRES, RED and IVORY.
Early spring application of
S-143 orchard grass, and
la- most common pasture fertili after grazing or cutting. Each
Neighbors who zer. It is possible to maintain field or pasture should have nitrogen w ill step up the date
have watched the change said balance between grasses and 24 to 28 days’ growing period you can start pasturing
or w ill generally return
they would not recognize it as legumes by varying the am between pasture periods
the same place. The 40 cows ount o f nitrogen. Several mod grazings to take advantage of 1.000 lbs. of increased yield
POWER BRAKES and STEERING, HYDROMATIC, RADIO,
applications the period of fasttst growth.
(dry w eight) fo r each 30 to 40
have grazed only about 10 ac erate fertilizer
HEATER, U.S. ROYAL MASTERS, 1 OWNER. 21,000 ACTUAL
Daily Rationing - Pasture ar lbs. if available nitrogen ap
res o f pasture this spring.Grass during the pasture season are
and clover fields, to be ensiled better than one heavy spring rangements which
MILES. THIS CARI S FAR ABOVE AVERAGE. MUST BE
phosphate new grazing fields daily gives
W hy are some dairy farms
as soon as weather
permits, application. A pply
TO BE APPRECIATED!
highest yields ,and best u tili
are heavy with lush, green fo
Remember in Western zation. When properly arrang Management makes the d iffe r
Lennox Oregon some grasses and leg ed this method o f management ence.
the year requires very little more time means good balance of the fac
Blatchford on this demonstra umes are growing
than the old rotation method tors o f production. Most suc-
tion are the American
Water, fe rtili o f grazing, results in less liv e cesful dairy farms have : (1)
Food Institute and a long list
is cheaper Larve size o f business(2) High
o f interested Washington Coun zers and good plant species, is stock bloat, and
the sceret o f good pastures.Ir- than the green chop
method producing cows (31 Efficient
active of feeding.
low cost of
Tom Jackson,O. S. C. Exten- rigate enough to keep
best. equipment (4 ) Good labor of
sion Soil Conservation Special-! plant growth. For proper irri-
ist; Rex Warren, Farm Crops gation, use a soil auger or bet- F ive to ten year old pastures ficiency
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