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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 26, 1912, Image 7

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E -. ' ' s Banostine Bell.DeKoL . x
; Long live Banosfine'Belle De-
7 Kol, queen of the dairy, and may
'- there be thousands' and thousands
jhore like her, tKajt eactiof us may,
have milk to drinlr and outterf on
- our bread. , 1 ,
E, S For be it understood. Ba'nostine
Belle 0eK5ol is some Considerable
cow. jEn fact, she is thje best ever
While there is just one'other cow
with a: better yearly "milk quan
tity record, which isn't much bet-'
ter than Banostine Belle DeKol's;
here is no cow with Her record'
in.butter fat.pro'duction and that
is why sheVthe queen 'of them
- In Vmeryear, she, produced 27,
404.4 poiirids "of milk, which
would havemade' 1322.9 pounds
of butterwhich Js "nearly four
pounds a day. And she works
o'nSunflavs' and "holidays, too.
"In thatHinie sKe erave over nine
'gallons ofmilk a day, which
WPuio provide a quart a aay ior
each of 36;fam"ilies and consider
ing 'the'tfutjer-fat in her milk 10
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