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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, HKITEMRER 7, 1031
GAnLLFEEDINGTALKS SIT 0. A. G.
FIR LOCAL LIVESTOCK GROWERS
A. Mndgron, extension riper- nut nf the liny ntnnn; yet It cunt
In iinlitiiil liiniliiinilry, mill 10. us MUI", If any trior", to fnetl tho
I;,. l'ultiir, iirofomtop of nnlinil limi- storm on liny mid nllngo than It did
immlry, both (it tlio llri'non Agri- en tun liny nioiid. It miiy liu sug-
culture college titnff. who ari (ill n i;Htfit llint llm HlliiKo-feil rnltlo took
tour 'of eastern Orogon, in th lu-.on n heavy fill wlitcli inndo tliolr
tcrtmU of butter funning tiiothods, guln nppi'iir Inrgor, hut tho fact
spoke to farmers' mculltigH nt W.'la. hey lioil nil liccn foil sllngo
Klnmnth mill Murrlll Inl Btiturdny. iivonit ilnyn boforo they worn weigh
Tlio 11. ICIumtitli iii'ottnt; whh In ed tlm first time, mi thnt tlio fill
I til) fnrtiuoun, thu Mori ill iniotlnij illil not roiint. Tlio sllngo-fed cut
in, tlm uvQtilni;. , tin shrink porhiipH n lllllo morn
Kitllnwlm: lu tlio roiuplotn (oxt of tluin Dioho foil entirely on dry funds,
1'riifefliiirTuttur'ii mid r-n on "Nnw-hut tliu difference In Hllghl, nml
;r' Mnlliodn of Kuttunliii: Slforr):"! thcro Ih no ijiimtlon nvlmtuvcr hut
At llm (iiiHtnrti Ori'ttou hntncli ox-, i lint Ihn nllur:o-fp catlln carried a
m-rlini'iit Hint ton , limited nt Union, j much higher finish than thoso
1( Union county, wn huvo Ihhih In- , which fed liny nlnno. Thoy woro
viritlKiilltig newnr mnthodH of flit-lo better finished rnttlti than
tout it i; nt)'orH for Mouin night years. Ihoso thnt hml hny atid flvo pounds
Our experltnonl Htutlon nt Union In I of groin.
In it real hny nnd cuttlu country
vory idiullitr to thin, nnd coiiho
(Itti'tilly wo wern working under
rnndltlonn iih nimrly nit potodhlu like
.At tlm tlnm thin work wnn first
planned tho generul practlco of. frit-
truing cntllo diirlni; tho wliilur
inontht) throughout tho
wnn on hny nloiio. Wry fiiw farms
went iitiipped with nctlcs, and
henco tho breeders had but a vary
luuy Idea of tho gains iirtunlly
inndo or nn to tho rout of imIiik.
Our flrnt Mop, therefore, wnn '-tO
iluturmlun wlmt could ho donu lthj
hny ulono. Ar n result of coverall
years' work In fiiltenlni: twii-yiitr-j
jit.t ln,irtt Nvn rmtnit ttinl lh, nt.l
. .. . . ... tPnni.
ihiiu nay nionu iinniuieii u muiy
gain of .88 pounds. These steers
wcr given nil tho hny thoy would
cut. Thu nvurngo amount offered
wnn 37,7 pounds par dny, of which
ntnnunt O pound wnn refused nnd
hud to ho clonnnd out of tho rncks
nnd fc.d to iitock rnttlo. .Mnny
feeder clnliu to ohtaln n'tnuch big
ger iilii thnn tills, Irnt In moat
ciibihi they do not hnvo acnles nnd
rnnae'iucntly rnnnot bo nbaolutnly
miro. Tlii'io en Ins nra too small,
nnd n steer enn bo fed on hny ulono
nil winter -without bolng so vory
tiiir.lt fnttur In tho spring thnn ho
wnn In tlm full, nil of which tends
!() ulotif I'oor I!iiIiiih.
no fed vnrloun klndn of sllnge, hut
tlm inful nl It wan ulthi'r pn nnd
It.ild hnrli-y kowii top'thi-r. or corn.
in rno it wnn corn, tlio com wbh
pructlrally nltt-nyn rather linmntiiiu
ii'J fronted hoforo boltifj put In tho
win. Blnco our ntatlon In lornted In
northwetitl,, ,iattct whoro it lo vtry dllflcult
to imitum orn. Ilotli thn pean nnd
hald liarley and tho frosted rorn ;vn
on vory iiilrnctor)rciiltn. Wo Imvo
do'in only otio yenr'g work with mm
flower nllnce, nnd cannot therefor'1
!) qultu mi to tut to Itn roul vnluo. It
linen not reem to ho an Reed iik Jinan
and harley or corn, nnd .wi nro not
yet recoiiiimmdln;; It for fatlenlni;
nlthoiiRh wn do recommend It
i fr otock cnttle. The reeultn which
wn Iistii olitalneil In fnttenlnc ntiMirx
on ulfnlfn hay mid ponn nnd Imrley
r ioni allitro linvo heett so tfood Hint
wo heltoTo that fattening on hay
alone In noon coin to bo n thins of
tlio punt nnd wo thernforn utko tho
utoer fredcrn to put In tilloji and fill
them r.lth corn If possible and If not
I'Omlbl'i with pea nnd bald barley. "
Theno ntnteinnntn npply to fatten
tnit Nteern rather than to wlntorlnn
niork cnttle. Hllnro U rooiI for ntock
rattle nnd In mnny place allot for;
atock rtti) aro n :ood Invcntiiiont
but tho illffernqcn In roaultn with
them up In form of nllano for noma
yonrn pnat. Wo linvo lonniud oiioukIi
a I) out thoni that wo can now ut lonnt
draw u fow (rincluMuriH an to tliolr
ndmitnlilllty lo our neuda.
HluniU Cold ;ilnuif.
1'lrnt It enn lm mifnly nald that nun
flowvirn will do well In cllinaleii thnt
urn loo cold for corn nnd other nllnco
-1 ;ii tho nntno crounil
with corn tho ylold will rniiBo froift
20 to 100 jxir cunt lilchor toiinugn.
Howovor, tho molaturo content of
toinflonorn runn hinder thnn corn by
ulmul 8 par tint, which uccour.tn for
ti jmrt of tho dlfforonco In yield, Thoy.
huvo been, found n vory eutlnfnctory
nlIiiBo crop for tho dry farm rufilona
wiitim thoy nl.in outyluld com.
How Tii I'liint Tliriii.
Tliero hnH boon much dlncuwlun
us to wlion tho plant nunflowurn. In
tho coldir cllmntet it ban boon. found
! to wait until tho null warmn up
well In tho aprlng. Tho Montana
filxtlon In oninu trla),t oil tho mnunor
of planting, found thnt plnntlm; In
drllln nn Inrlirn apart mado tho litavl
It In Important that the aunflowor
bo cut nt Hie proper hIjko, othorwlte
tho rllauo In of low quality. Tho
more recent Invnntlcatlotin ahow that
tlm proper tlmo to cut nuiiflowem Is
when tlio yollow mvn or polnln Imvp
dr'cd up nnd nro fallltu: off. when
cut nt that tlmo tho rcnultlnc allncc
Piovcd inont iwtlafnctory.
t'orn Ktronuep I'rrtl,
Sunflower allai;o when fed to cat
t lo nttd nbfep hnn n feeding vrituo of
tibout 7S per rout thnt oforn allnpo.
It In n llttln Inan pntalablo than corn
and taken a Utile tuoro tlmo before
thn fitork beroinoi neeuntotned lo It.
Tho Montana Kxperlmcnt Btntlon
found thnt 2..1 poundn of aunflower
ellace replaced ona pound of alfalfa
for breeding ewe. Tbny found that
It inndo a vory nutlnfnctory feed for
breeding ouch when fed nt tho rato
of 2','j to 3 pounds per day -together
Tho V.iHlilni;ton Station In a dlcea-
tlou trlnl found that aunflowor allaco
wan C6 jver cont nn vuluablo an com
allaco. Althouch nil trlnln liavo
Hliown n different comparative vnluo,
nil linvo nhown that aunflowcra nrn
lean palatable nnd liavo n lower fccd-a
Iiir vnluo than corn allago pound foV
Il.ire-tln A t'rolilrm.
Vrobably tho Rruatoat dlnadvantaeo
front Browlnt; aunfloworn for ullacn
la tho great difficulty experienced In
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live or more years licnce, if
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you want to save not merely
a few cents per j;allon in first
Cheap paint iloca not spread
ns easily or ns far at cnod paint.
So when you figure labor and
square yards covered, cheap
paint on the house costs as much
as Reed paint.
Cheap paint in practically
every instance, i3 the most ex
pensive yon can buy.
Doti't allow surfaces to rot.
It costs less to paint them.
The paints specified by Ful
ler arc the result of. 72 years
experience in the making of all
kinds, nf paints, vnrniiliM, etc.,
for western u:c,
We use the best materials,
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Our white-lead base is finely
ground pure white. It must
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40,000 meshes to the square
inch. We use special machines
for mixing the materials in sci
entifically exact proportions.
So Fuller colors arc excep
tionally clear-toned and Fuller
House Faints are noted for cov
ering capacity, case of spread
and great durability. "
If you want from five or
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nd you ut tht bctt
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ASIC our agent for our free ad
vice. lie will iliorr you a color
card which atiowa J2
thadea nf this desir
We have a Fuller
ment which will tell
you all about the
raott dettrablc color
tchemei, color lur
details you want to
Take arivantace of Fuller Houie
. Faints. Tale nepi to paint now.
Don't let weather depreciate your
W. P. FULLEP. Ct CO.
Oept. 1, Can Franeitco
Planter Manufacturer of Palnti,
VarnJiliM, Knaracla, Stairfa, and
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lor U Ycara
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;(Cat tils out and paste It In your
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Mr houM nics nalntlnc. Puller's
Specification Uouia Palnu art told by
tli taUcwlce Attnttl
, BROWN BROS.
1025M: Main St.
to innko firdliii: on hny nloiiu lareo-l tnck ratlu nro not nearly na mrkril
ly n propoaltlen nt rilmnly hnlilltiRJia ulth fntttinlnB alcorii.A alight tllf-
for u lil:linr mnrkiit. Wn thcro
foro wUlicit to flu il enmu inuthoil
foreuro In thn qtmlity of thn fnnil
mnkffi n hlc illlfcronro In f.ittcnliiir
of Jnltnlni; which would kIvo hot-Utrorn mpcilally wlnn thoy aro not
tcr r.nlna without milling loo miicltl trrttlnic Krnln, while on the other
hand, a prtty -low jtrado food will
Whcro corn can bo ancccssfully Rrown
It Ib tlio Bcnoral opinion that It nlves
moat ratlafactlon. However, It la
nucRcatod that thofo who want to
try tho Biinfluwoni In profcrepco to
corn In thoeo localities, that a quarter
of tho acreage tho first year bo plant
ed to annflowora and tho balnnco to
com. This will bo tho best test for
any man to apply.
fJmxl Winter I'ceil.
llcforo leaving this subject nbout
sunflowers, thcro Is ono moro thine
thnt should bo said and that Is that
lhnv nrn tintfpr fnr irinlflrlni. iIapV
Thoy havo lnrRo'.hnn ,nr fn,,nin t ih nnM,
1.-., ..l.. . . . " ""' ---- O- --- w W.-...V..
noons which nro nnavy niiu inngio
nnaily. All Rrowora roport that It
Whoro quality la desired In tho ellaso
rather than quantity, peas nnd bald
barley aro rocommonded, on tho other
hand, whcro an abundanca of rough
food la deslrod for wlnterlnc, aun
flowor nro to bo chosen.
J rxxnc Fon JiAitKfrr for
U. S. LV I'.R KA&T
rviiulron n third moro men to handle
i UUiiVJ Dl.ithU ' llUllli lUUrU IDIUilUlU
thocio;, In hnrveatltiK than for corn. for faltonln(J than BUnf,QWOr 5aeo.
to thn coat. Wo know that to food
n full ration of Krnln would ho
entirely ton oxpenalvo far cattle for
our wi'Btoni innrketH.
I fhoppml liny TrUil
Our noxt stop was to try chop,
pl nc thn hny with n big hay cutter.
AVo found thnt chopping tho hay
unveil aomo vvnato, mndn 'thn buy
Ko ftirtbor, and produced h llttlo
hlREer naln; no thnt on tho wholo
when tho hny wan fed nloitOy to
fnttonlnR atccrH thn cheppliu: In
crcnued Itn vnltin 2S per cent. When
fed with Krnln, howovor, tho Im
provement from chopping vnn lesa,
nnd It Increased tho vnluo of tho
hay only H por cent; nnd whon
fed with nllnge, only aovon por cent.
Tho chopping Homiiod to bo profit
njilo when tho hny wns fod nlono,
but not enough to pay oxponscs
when fed with 'grain nnd sllngo, Tho
gains with tho choppod hny woro
Btlll too low to produco tho flnlshr
thnt wo worn trying to got. '
Our noxt atop wns to try n nmnll
ration of rolled bnrloy ntldod to tho
nlfnlfa. It wns fed In t-wo ways. In
ono enso iivo pounun por uny wna
fed throughout tho foodlng porlod
In tho other rnao It wno fod at tho
rata of (en pounds par dny during
only tho Innt half of tho fcodlng
period. It mado but llttlo dlfforonco
which wny tho grain was fod, and
It wnn found Hint ono pound of
rolled bnrloy roplaced thrco pounds
of nlfalfn hny. Blnco tlio grain Is
usually moro than throo times as
high priced uh tho hay, this moth
od of feeding did not provo Tory
profitable, although It did produco
n llttlo moro finish.
Alfalfa nml flllngo
Wo noxt trlod alfalfa hny supplo
montod with nllago. Tho first yoar
wo fed tho sllngo wo got such good
galnn that wo could hardly bollovo
our figures, and so said nothing
nbout it until wo had worked at It
for throo yoars, Wo nro still feed
ing tho hay and tillage and trtlll
gottlng tho itamo splondld rosults.
Wo found that by tho uso ot good
sllngo In connection with tho al
falfa tiny wo got a dally average
gain of about a pound and throo
quarters as an avorago ot five
years' work. In other words, wo gut
practically twlco m much as wo got
wlnlpr Mock cnttle very well.
I)etllH of thoso experiments nro
publlahed In Hulletln No. 171. which
tuny bo had for tho naklng.
.MjiUch $ n Ton.
Wn aro often naked concerning tho
probablo profit lu foodlng Moors That
cannot bo answered exactly but If a
man buyn n good feeder atoer for
ti eelltn and noils him nt tho end of
120 dnyri feed for 7 centn ami tho
steer itiukcH normal gnlna, lm would
rottirn nbout $8.00 a ton for hny.
which would bo equivalent to 16.00
In thn slack when Inbor of feeding,
Interest nnd rlak nro ronaldcred. If
fod with sllngo nnd bay ttndor almllnr
conditions, tho steer would return
nbout 11 n ton for tho hny nnd
nbout C for tho sllngo, from which
would hnvo to bo doductod tho cost
of foodlng, etc. Of coureo this ail
ilnjK'iids upon whothor tho foodor act
ually obtains thin spread of a cent
a pound between tho buying and
selling prlco. On a normal steady
mnrkot, thnt Is about what wo .would
nxpoct to got, at lenst on sllngo fed
cattle, but whofhor rnttlo will go up
or down nnd romaln tho Esmo for
tho coming winter, no ono knowH,
nnd I would cortnlnly not risk n
Mmlgron Talks HUugr.
Mr. Lindgrrm's talk on Sunflo
wers an i-.naiingo, la especially In
teresting to Klamath county farm
ors. Ho said:
"Tho Olaitt Huaslnn 'Sunflower
that wo Iinvb boon hearing no
much about In rocont years, In con
nection with Bllngo crops, Jn said by
iiomo botanlHta to bo natlvo to Ahto
rlca. It wm transported to -Ruasla
In tho oarly days ot our couutVy,
whoro It wns developed by careful
eooil Holectlan nnd roturnod to tin In
Its'proBont form. It was found es
pecially ndnptcd to tho hlghor alti
tudes of tho country, whom corn doe
not grow or whoro tho sonson Is short.
In fact, Hunflowora hnvo been found
enpnblo ot resisting cold to a tem
perature of' 26 degree Kahronholt
without III rosults.
Tho Kxpnrlmont Stations and
stockmen ot tho western country havo
boon growing sunflowers and putting
As n final statement lot It bo said
that an far an can ho determined,
aunfloaorn enn bo conaldered tho beat
allago crop In tho hlghor altitudes
or where tho growing season Is short.
Kxperlmcnt, Station nt Union. Oregon,
It has been found that peas and bald
barloy allago Is proving moro valuable
Pons and bald barloy can bo grown
most nn j whcro that sunflowers will
grow. They will not yield so hoavlly
but will tnako a bettor fattening feed
with alfalfa and aro castor to harvest.
I Leave Your RJtus
'More 9 OclocK-Your
A.M. PicftirflS are adv a p.t
V's! KLAMATH FALLS OREGON TfSw
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept., 7 Asia
tic markets for American goods aro to
bo Investigated by Frank Eldrldge,
Jr., chlof of tho Far East Division of
tho Hureau of Foreign and Domestic
Commcrco at Washington. Mr. Eld
rldge, whojs the author of "Trading
With Asia," will sail from San Fran
cisco about September 22. and will
visit Jnpnn, China, tho Philippines
and tho Dutch East Indies before pro
ceeding to IndlA whoro ho will es
tablish a new ilold offlco.
TWO SEA-FIGHTKRS SCRAPPED.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept., 7 The
Araorlcan gunboats Marbtehead anal
Minneapolis, their fighting days at
an end, aro being dismantled. They
woro recently sold to Dardo and Son,
and towed hero from Maro Ialand.
Herald classified ads pay yon.
is refined and re-rcfincd
by a special process, mak
ing it a dean -burning
fuel for home use. Ask
your dealer for PEARL,
. RONDED . j
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE CO.
M. P. I'ARKER
Rot 831 Oth & It. R. Spar Tel. S28-W
Wo nro ready for your potntocs. We'll storo them or buy
them as you chooso. We also storo and buy grain all kinds.
If you nro leaving town don't give your furniture away, store It
with us. i
- Tnr nn Ynii mii'i irn wmnr
. .... - .wmmvvm.mvvmvmvvvmm
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPt-F.
OUY THEIR DRUGS
I AC CI I fc?ACV
j Cooking Electrically
the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchens hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
are cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
stoves. The expense is surprising
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
2 ,, .i:i-'
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The California Oregon Power j
"Lettus be your servant"
Sept. 26 to Oct. 1.
A wealth of agricultural display.
Magnificent livestock exhibition.
Splendid machinery and tractor exhibit.
Greatest horseshow ih the northwest.
Excellent races and amusements.
Special attractions day and night.
Good camping and parking grounds.
Excursion rates on all railroads.
A. H. Lea, Manager, Salem, Ore.