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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1916)
CLOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY. OREGON. AUGUST 31, 1W6
next year much better prizes can be
- quires more effort in preparation, and
The Exhibits Were Good and the in carrying the contest through than
j any other class in the fair. The first re-
! quirement in the contest is a good cow.
The second requirement is goodcareand
intelligent feeding. This applies Dot
Friday last closed the fourth annual only io fair week, but to the six months
county fair held in Tillamook county previous to fair week and even into the
and words of praise are due the fair proceeding lactation period. In order
board for their untiring efforts to make to prepare a cow for maximum produc
it the most attractive of any fair ever tion you must see that she is good shape
at time of calring and keep her coining
hold in the county.
The crowds that attended were larger from then on. It is a groat deal easier
than ever before and in consequence the to maintain the flow than it is to main
tain it after a drop.
gate receipts were greater.
The question was asked many times
The greatest free exhibition was the
aeroplane flights by Mr. Munter, of j “ Why do they milk three times a day?”
Seattle. He made four bights during First, heavy producing cows should be
the period the fair was on and each one ' milked more than twice so as to relieve
the pressure on the glands of the udder.
was a success.
C'ovesdale came away with many No cow shouid be allowed to carry over
honors. The canning club secured first 35 pounds of milk, as it is liable to in
prize and several individual^in this end jure her udder. This is one reason that
of the county were successful competi udder troubles are much more prevalent
in the high producing cows. Too much
Among the most attractive features of milk will break down the udder. Sec
the fair was the cow testing for milk ond a cow will produce more milk
production: The following report is milked three times per day tljgm when
from It. C. Jones, county agriculturist:; milked but twice. The good dairy cow
‘ ‘One of the things at the county fair i is so organized that Bhe does her ut
most to respond to the demands made
tint created the most interest was the j upon her. The act of milking tends to
milk production test. This is as it j stimulate the glands to action, conse
should be, and it is to be hop»d that I quently a greater tiov. of milk results
THE COUNTY FAIR
J awarded in this class as it
T h e E v e n in g T eleg ra m , daily,
and the C loverdale C ourier, both
papers one year for 8 3 .5 0 ,
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owners and their communities in a
similar test at any fair. This feature of
the fair should, l believe, be emphasized
more Btrongly by our fair board. Few
people realize the efforts required bv
the handlers of these cattle to make
this feature of the fair a success
Next year there should be no difficulty
from frequent stimulation. Third, the
milk which stands in the udder a long
time loses some of its fat, presumably
bv absorption back into the system of
the cow. Frequent milking then, tends
to increase the percentage of butterfat.
The results of this test are such that
everyone in the county should be proud
The results of the test this year—Covering a period of 48 hours.
Wm. Maxwell . .
Chas. K unze......
A. Johnson .........
B. A. Folks............
duct ion and Value
173.1 5 5881
85.4 5.1! >88
1 t(> 3 4.80!*0
h-J 4 4.0054
of them. Very few tests are conducted in securing 25 entries in this class, ami
at fairs where the actual production of making it by far the biggest feature of
fat exceeds 4 pounds. The leading cows the f a i r . _________________
in this test would be a credit to their
See new a<l—Cloverdale Merc. Co.
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