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HKNI IIUMjKTIN, HNX, OKEOON, THUIWDAV, AMUCK SW,
EXPERTS INDORSE USE OF
SUNFLOWER FOR SILAGE
Profitable Feeding of Livestock in District About Hend.
Sunflower Ib Corn's Great Competitor,
f OUHQON AOltlGUIrUllAIi COI
I.KflK, Miircli 2G. AnnlyiNvt of muny
OruKoii'Krowu cropn bIIhkch My tho
rnlluKtt oxporlniont Million cliumliitii
conllrm tint II m! I nit of llvoiitock
KrowurH of thn Horn! dlHtrlct that
Niiinlowum mako n very prolllublo
ami NiUlHfnctory hIIhkp, Grower
found Unit tho wtock nntn It wall and
npimroiitly proupnr on It iih nn oh
mmtlul oloniunt or tlmlr rittlon, untl
tho ntntloii nnulyiurt liuvu dotui-mln
xl ilnflnltcly that tho food nutrlontn
nro thuro. Of tho luiporlnnco of Uiono
Htatloti IIikIIiikh I'rof. J. H. Join',
Mlotlon clionilnt. nnyu:
"A fact of rciout economic Import
unci) h IiuIiik Hlowly hut unruly no
topttnl hy tlalrymun and othw llv
ntock focidorn of thu I'nclllc count
llnny cropn ami crop mixture other
th it n of corn ant ImiIiik Mlond uc
ciitntRfully and fed profitably. With
n more rfiiiioriil ncrvptunce, tlif fact
Onutoii furinor will nxporlonco a
rotnputltlvo lulcn-nt In Iho crowliiK
of -Hiiro cropn, which will noIvo moot
coniploUvly tho prolili'in of Miireiilcnl
Thn llonil noil and climatic condl
IIoim mako poknIIiIo tho pirowlnr of
n Krunt vnrlnty of MIiikv cropn, with
or without IrrlRatlou.
Huuflowor hIIiiki) may wull ronipnto
tiuccoMifully with corn In many partn
of Uiq Iliind district. , Buufloworn will
Krow and yield wult under conitltlonn
ton unfnvornulo for heavy cropn of
corn or nomo of tho legume exrept
Innnlly rich In protein that uro often
nlloed with ontn or wheat.
It wan thin fact, nloiiR with a do
Nlrn to further thu Introduction of
dairy and farm livestock an factor
of dlvomltlfd farming In noma of tho
fortllo rvKlonn ntich nit tho Hand din
trlct, that Ird to Including uutlowor
In thn lint of cropn for nllnco In Iho
nllaKo nnalyncH. Many cropn have
neon namplcd and nont to thu coIIoku
for analyncn, and thono havo been
madu larKuly In the order of tho eco
nomic Importance of thn klndn of
cropn received. On thin bnnln nun
flower havu enmo In for ununual nt
ttmtlon, havliiK boon analyzed from
e.mtoni Orwon, thu Wlllmnutto vat-
Ixy'linil thu connt dlitrlctn.
Other cropn from uantorn Oregon
which hnvo boon niicccnnfully nlloed
nru oatn or wheat uiono or In com
bination with llr.ld peas a crop that
grown rnmiirknhly Htrong In thn grain
Krowlni; dlntrlcln Uno of votch field
peun, rod clover, nwoot clovor and
alfalfa conic from tho dcnlro to pro
duce cropn of thn hlghoit yield ponnl-
The Central Oregon
Will Pay One Cent
Above the Market
Price for Butterfat
Paid by Portland
Fair, Honett Teats.
The Creamery Should
be Your Asset.
Bring in Your Cream
hlo and to product) n hIIiiko iih rich
an pohhIIiIo In protein, or growth
i.cKtimnx Am I'ndlllr.
In nomo auction of Oregon ro-
markalilo ylnldn of vetch and Hold
pen nn obtained, llotlt plantn aro
anionic thu rleho In protein and
produce a uploudld nllaKo In combin
ation with ontn and wheat, with one
or thu other of which they nro com
monly grown. That nomu legume,
an Held pen and riyl clovor, havo
hVn nllond niicconnfully uiono, while
othern, nn alfalfa alono, generally
develop abnormal fermentation pro
duct to a degree, that rondurn It Icnn
valuable, If not totally unfit, for feed
ing purponon In probably duo to tho
creator HUgar content of Held pen
mid red clover. Thu mtgarn nro
noci'nry to Inniiro normal fermenta
Arid of Mingo Iinpoilitiil.
Tho acldn of nlhigif although com
pnrallvuly Hinull In amount aro of
great Importance, for they deter
mine In n largo inoanuro Itn palntl
blllty. Tho actual porcuntiigu In var
iable ranging from 1.25 to 2.G,
The klndn of acid developed are
amount. In normally fermented Mi
ngo nro t hri'J acetic (the acid of
vinegar), propionic, and lactic (tho
acid of nour milk.)
Hhould butyric acid, (on acid of
very dlnagrucable odor) develop to
any extent whutovor an off-flavored
nllagit In thn rcxult. It taken but lit
tle of It to render the Mingo totally
unfit for feeding purponcs. Happily
there In nvldom any trouble of that
kind except an noted nbovrt where
nttemptn havu been made to silo al
falfa alone or In combination.
In normal fermentation the name
ucldn develop and In approximately
the nnmu proportion, whether tho
crop nlloed wan corn, nttnflowcm or
any of the combination mentioned.
In amount lactic acid In initially
nomewhat greater than the mini of
thn other two.
Other Constituent Cuiihlilrm!.
Iln thu procenn of making u normal
Ming" the mi gar content of tho cropn.
which enter Into Itn componltlon, In
lennnncd. There uro probably noma
deep vented chungen In thu protolnn
cnmparablo to change remitting In
procuHxun of dlgextlon.
Thu minora! matter or Inorganic
counlltutenln of tho original cropn
remain unchanged, no ulno do the
fntn and the crude fiber. Thu eiment
la) changes nro the partial hydrolyMi
(breaking up) or tho protein n
procenn wholch million them more
eanlly digested mid tho fermenta
tion of tho nugarn.
A number of nllagen have, reached
thu chemistry department or tho Ore
eon Agricultural College experiment
Matlon for annlynon. Home results
uro prenr.utpd In the following table
or tho analytical data, thu tormn or
which nro familiar to nil feeders or
Tho Inrgo variation In tho water
contont or the Hampton an received
nccoiudtalon calculation or nil analy
tical duta to thu dry matter to nocuro
n basis for comparison.
TliSTKI) COWS YIKliI).
Cow-tenting records uhow thnt tho
nvr.rage production In tenting nsso
clntlonn thnt have been In continuous
operation for llvo or mora years In
Oregon Is 100 pounds moro rat than
thu average In nnsoclatlonn thnt havu
run Irregularly, At proseut Quota
tion thin meami a gain or C8 pur coW
imr year, nayH K. h. Wentover, fed
ornl and college flold dairy lumband-inun.
Hupporl of tho Oregon com-
muiilly nownpnporn wan pledged
4- by tho county agricultural
fr agent conference nt the ngrlciit-
't turnl college In January In n
ruNultitlou unanimously adopt' 4
ot, These nolutloiiH took
4- note or the news print ncnrclty
and other high cost or product- 4
Ion roctorn. In view or tho
4 largo part'pluyed by the local
papern In promoting community
prog ra m h built around farm
bureau work, Iho county agents
Ac went on record for their nup-
t port. Cooperation In obtaining
ilufllrablo ndvertlnlng wan one 4
of a half dozen means mention-
ed for putting the resolution
Into effect. 4
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FOR FOOD IN 1920
Hail n Cold All Winter.
Colds thnt "hung on," coukIih thnt
rack your body and woar you down,
the weakening that conies from loss
of sleep then aro afflictions from
which rollof la u Mossing, Nick J.
Whron, Znhl, N. D., writes: "Had
cold nil winter, but slncQ taking
Foley'n Honey and Tar It Iihs ontlrely
Just as Good.
Hobby, Just homo, from hlnJIrst M
to the country, was telling the folks of
Itn wniuli'i-tf. "And say, mn," ,0 mild,
"out on thi' fin in they get milk from
rows, and It's Just u.s koocI as any,"
No Need to Repeat' It.
Raymond had played until he vn
ovorly tired, and when lie went up
stairs to bed his mother en I led nfier
hliu not to forgot his prayers. I.U
toning, she overheard the following, ni
tered In a Hleepy voice: "HeiiT lad:
I'm uwriilly tired; mi my prn.ver to
night In Hie Hiime iih Inst night mid
you .reuiumbur what that wus, Aiuou."
N'o kind of need probably has over
attracted tho attention of two conti
nents us has red clover need hi tho
past two yearn. During thc.vj two
years the avallablo supply has been
lower than at any time slnco red clo
ver has been oxtcnslvnly used In
America, A short supply of some
kinds or need would hardly cause a
ripple, but a short supply of red
clover seed ban brought about a
veritable tempest because of tho
great agricultural and economic Im
portance of tho red clover crop.
The quantity of red clover seed
available In till country nt the pre
sent time appears to be n little larger
than thtit available nt a correspond
ing time last year, but considerably
less than that or two years ago and
undoubtedly much lens than normal.
durdenn nro going to be Junl an Im
portant tho coming ye;ir as during
tho war ncVlod. High rood costs,
they nay, nro likely to remain until
moro to oat Is grown and distributed.
Farm gardens, vlllago gardens, ntid
city Imckyord gurdens nil will help.
I'ood produced In the garden not
only helps bulanco the family bud
get but roleases that grown on farms
for the uno or people who are entirely
dependent upon others.
With tho lengthening of tho days
It will not be long until laud can bo
worked, and such hardy crops nil
peun, onions, lettuce, rudlshen and
Take, it Clianro on. Kmly Hunting.
Irish potato.. aro easily Injured
by freezing, but they require nbout
a mouth to come up and may bo
planted at about the amo time as
lettuce and radishes. It pays to tako
u chance on tho early planting of
certain of tho moro hardy garden
vegetables. If they aro killed or
severely Injured they may be, replant
ed. A good method Is to mako about
three plantings at Intervals of two
weckn, and If tho first planting Is
killed tho later one tako'lls placo.
CUT COST TO HALF
Illgli rrirft May Cnuo Illness.
At thin season of tho year when
fresh vcgetablen aro so high many
persons suffer from deranged digest-
Ion. If you reel dull and sluggish, or
K you suspect Indigestion or consti
pation you will feel better tomorrow
If you tako a Foley Cathartic Tab
lot tonight. They banish biliousness
and headache. Adv.
About Wood Engraving.
Wood cngravlngi of high dim nre
rmule almost exclusively of boxwood,
nnd the large blocks nre made of small
pieces fastened together. The engrav
ing In done across the end of the grain.
Japanese wood prints nro made on
lengthwise sections of cherry wood
parallel to the grain.
tpsYou Dont Know"
says the Good Judge
That nearly every wise to
bacco chewer got over the
big chew idea long ago.
A little of the Real Tobacco
Chew gives you more to
bacco satisfaction and saves
you money. Its rich taste
lasts a long time.
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a loog fine cut tobacco
OKKCO.V AOIUCUIrimAL COL-
LKGK, March 26. Bmall farmers
can clear 10 acres of logged off land
a year In spare times without detri
ment to thb usual farm work by tho
combined methods developed and
tried out by II. D. Kcudder, head of
farm management at O. A. C.
"The cost of clearing can bo reduc
ed approximately CO per cent, says
Proressor Scuddcr. "When It Is con
sldered thnt tho cropped area or tho
Mate. In not Increasing, thn need for
development or now acreage can
readily bo neon."
Tho new and cheaper method Is a
combination or stump-pullers nnd
powder with stump burners for the
Former methods havo not only
been costly but largely unsuccessful
In promoting settlement of logged off
lauds. Just an soon as the cost
mounted to $100 per aero clearing
largely ceased, because lands already
cleared could be bought for less.
Actual cost sheets havo been kept
for tho new method over a period ot
four years and show that tho cost
tig uro is not a mere guess.
Demonstrations of tho new method
will be made by tho college In coop
oration with county agents wherever
sufficient Intorcst warrants.
seldom pays to keep hens for laying
after they are 2 14 years old; not
that hey will not give n profit, but
that youngor fowls will give a greater
protlt. A great many poultrymon
who make a specialty of winter egg
production keep nothing but pullets,
disponing of the 1-year-old hens bo
tho girls' poultry clubs of Mlsslppl
keeps nothing but pullets.
Karly hatched pullets, if properly
grown, ought to begin laying in Octo-
fore It is tlmo to' put them in the
winter quarters, Tho champion of
bcr or early November and continue
to lay through tho winter. Yearling
hens seldom begin laying mnch be
foro January 1 and oldor hens not
until later. It Is tho November and
December eggs that bring high
prices. Tho laying breeds should be
gin laying when about from C to 6
months old, genera J-purposo breeds
at 6 to 7 months, and tho meat
breeds nt 8 to 9 months.
Four cbslrs at your service at tn
Metropolitan. No wattlac. Adv.
IF NO EGGS MAYBE
BIRDS ARE TOO OLD
Thero nro people who have the
right variety ot fowls, who house and
feed them properly, and yet who can
not obtain eggs early in tho winter
because their fowls aro too old. It
Dr Hess Stock Tonic
A Sprieg Cosidiuoaer aw
Spring Is Here. Soon Iho litters of pijis will be com
intr, the culveu, thu liunbs, ami the colts will bo dropped.
Feed your brood sows Dr. Hess Stock Tonic beforo and
after farrowing. It makes the howeta active, relieves
constipation, promotes good health nnd Rood digestion
which means healthy pigs and a mother with a milk
supply to nourish.
Condition your cows for calving bv feeding Dr. Hess
Stock Tonic before freshing. Then feed it regularly to
increase the flow of milk. It lengthens the milking
Glvo your brood marcs a courso of Dr. Hess Stock Tonic.
And your work horses. It puts your team in lino fettle.
You catinot afford to plow, harrow, sow, mow, reap or
team with a team out of sorts, low lit spirits, rouuh in hair,
blood out of order, or full of worms. Dr. Hess Stock Tonic
is ifoou ror snoop especially cood for owes at lambing
Why Pay the Peddler Ttvlcc My Price?
For Snlo by
MAGILL & ERSKINE
Tell us how much stock you havo.
We'll tell you how tnucljTouiotobuy.
With the most thoroughly
in Central' Oregon, we will accept
practically any and all kinds of work
Guarantee on all work done
and quick service
Call on us to do 'your machine work
acetylene welding and general black
smith work. We employ only experts
in these lines
Bend Iron Works
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