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Deseret farmer. (Provo, Utah) 1904-1912, July 17, 1909, Image 8

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I I THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, july i? I909,
I I BUY A FARM I
I HEALTH And WEALTH ;
I AWAIT THE KAN WHO
I SECURES A HOME IN ,
I ONE OF THE FERTILE '
I : FRUIT-GROWING AND i
I AGRICULTURAL VAL-
I LEYS OF UTAH OR .
I COLORADO.
I Denver SRIo Grande 1
, REACHES THEM ALL. I
I Utah Valley Fruit 1
I Distict 1
Green River Valley I
Grand River Valley 1
San Pete'ji Sevier I
I Valley 1
Price Valley I
AND MANY OTHERS I
I I WHITE FOR INFORMATION M
I I.A.BENTOM.G.A.P.D. I
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 1
I Southern 1
I California 1
: $30.
I June 24to July 10 inc. 1
H For the round trip to Los
H Angc'cs, good returning to 5
October 31st, 1909. m
I : FirsTSpring; Excursion I
HERE TODAY I
I ' THERE TOMORROW 1
I OFFICE i6g S. MAIN ST. I
1 BOTH PHONES. 1
The Salt Lake Route J
KENNETH C. KERR,
H h District Passenger Agent.
Hi
. ,mm in- ' " " '
, DAIRYING
(DOES EVERY COW YOU'VE
GOT PAY?
Did you ever mado any calculations
to ascertain what profit you make on
the feed you give your cows? You
figure the profit on other investment,
why not test every cow in your herd,
to ice just what she pays as a milk
cow.
The day has come when only scien
tific dairying will pay. Rend what
they do in Denmark to cnab'c them
to keep only their best cows.
The Work of the Assistants
The assi&tants' make periodical vis
its to the farm of each memtocr of
the association, and spend a day at
each place. If the association has
twelve members, the testing is done
every fourteenth day, the testing wi'l
be done once a month, making due
allowance for Sundays. In every
herd of forty or loss -cows, the work
can be done in a day. Tf the number
"of cows in a herd is greater than
forty, two days are necessary. On
the other hand, if the farms are lo
cated c'oso together mid the. herds
are not too large, two herds may be
tested in a day.
The milk from each cow is care
fully weighed, sampled and tested,
Yield from 2 herds a veragos . ...33000 to 4,400 lbs.
Yield from 21 herds averages 4,400 tto 5,500 lbs.
Yield from 135 herds average i,..w,..,...5j5QQ to 6,600 lbs,
Yield from 386 herds averages .. .6,600 to 7,700 lbs. .
Yiald fromi 438 herds averages ,.7700 to 8,800 lbs.
Yield from 158 herds averages ..o.-.. .8,800 to 9,900 lbs.
Yield from 27 herds averagctf.... ..9,000 to 11,000 lbs.
Yield from 5 herds averages ...., 11,000 and over.
These herds were regular herds as
0
they were fond in the contry nnd do
not include any "fancy" herds.
The Work Extended
Recently many of the association
have found the ostein of keeping
records so instructive and profttab'e
that it his bum extended to inc'ude
other branches of fnnniing, such as
the raising of young stock, horses,
hogs, poultry, nnd 'the growing of
crops.
We shall be glad to give you fur
ther information respecting the org
anization of testing associations, cat-
both night and morning. From the
data obtained in thi way, the
number of pounds of feed and the cost
of same is computed for each cow.
These details are entered into a book
keipt for that purpose. Thus at the
end of the year, the farmer will have
a completed record of every cow in
his herd, and with this as a basis, he
can make intcl'igcnt selection of
cows for breeding purposes.
Some of the Results.
The first aim of the associations
ha$ been to make dairying yield bet
ter returns and to increase the. in
terest in dairying. Through an accur
ate record of the yield and feed con
sumed, the dairyman has an oppor
tunity to judge as to the present
profitableness of his herd, and as
these records, when compaicd with
others, at the same time, show where
improvement might be irvndc, they be
come of great importance. The prob
lem is then, to avoid the mistakes f
the past and to make such improve
ments as arc needed, and the records
may suggest.
The forowing tabic shows what
systematically kept records will ac
complish in the line of milk yield.
The miik production of 1,172 herds
On the Island of Fycn, Denmark, is
found to be as follows:
tie,- or anything else to promote the
business.
BLACKMAN & GRIFFIN CO.
Money by Return Mall
1 No long waits for your returns
when you ship your cream to
the ELGIN.
As soon as your cream is re
ceived, weighed and tested, a
check in payment is sent you
at once.
Correct tests. Honest treatment
Ship in the RED CANS and get
your returns at once.
Elgin Dairy Creamery
& Supply Co.
mmmmmmmammmmmmm
THE ALASKA YUKON PACIFIC
EXPOSITION
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi
tion is offering $63,500 in cash prizes
on live stock and in addition to this
many va'uablc cups, medals and di
plomas will be given. The premium-
list together with the officials rules
and regulations are now being sent
to breeders throughout the United
States and many entries haivc alrcadv
been made, so that the management
confidently expect this feature of the
exposition to be, not only one of the
largest but the very largest attrac-
tion in point of general interest to bt a
seen on the grounds. The live stock
exhibit will open September 27th and
close Octotcr 9th. The premium Hat
is very comprehensive, offering val
uable prizes- upon every class and
character of the recognized breeds of
live stock and of such number that
every exhibitor wi'l stand a show n
winning something. Liberal conces
sions have also been made by the
railroad companies whereby the stock
shown at the exposition can be re
lumed home free of charge.
This branch of the exposition is
under the management of cxpcricncd
men who arc old-timers in the live
stock exhibition business and every
facility will be. furnished exhibitors
to exploit the merits of their entries,
and an absolutely square deal is
promised every one in the matter of
awards. The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition will play no favorites,
Competent judges will be provided
and awards will be made from the
standpoint of merit alone. Entries'
will close August 1. An official cata
logue will be published showing the
number, name, herd registry number
of each animal with the name and
address of the breeder, also the rcgii
try number of the sire and dam;
A medal, a. silver cup or a diploma
awarded by the AlaskarYukon-Pu-cific
Exposition in the live stock ex
hibit will mean quite as much to the
breeder as a cash prize and yet
these are not counted in the $03,501
offered as premiums.
Importers' and bre'eders of live
stock will be gratified to know that
the ' management of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition are deter
mined to make their live stock show
to be held September 27th to Octo

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