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2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3 1900 J
FIGURES FOR I
THE FARMER
ofc
Feeding Stuffs Controlled
by Many Factors
HOW TO oeT BEST RESULTS
s
BY EW ALLEN IN FAaMasBI1LUITIN NO u1
To simplify matters for tho farmer cal
culations have been made of the amounts
of digestible protein fat and carbohy
drates contained in 100 pounds each of a
large number of more commonly used
feeding Bluffs As has been fully tx
plained above they are derived from
k averages of composition and of digestibil
it ity both of which are subject to con
siderable variation Iu calculating them
American analyses and digestion coeffi
clents found in American experiments
were used as far as possible They aro
the figures which the farmer has to con
suit to find the food value of a material
in selecting his feeding stuffs or making
up a ration
The last column in the above table
headed fuel value indicates the heat
and energy power of the food It will
be remembered that one of the primary
functions of the food Is to produce heat
for the body and energy for work The
value of food for this purpose is meas
ured in heat units or calories and is
calculated from the nutrients digested
Thus the fuel value of one pound of di
gestlble fat is estimated to be about 4220
calories and of one pound nf digestible
protein or carbohydrates about 1800 cal
ones The total fuel value of a feeding
stuff is found by using these factors
The meaning of the figures in the
above table is that In 100 pounds of
green corn fodder containing an average
amouutof dry matter 207 pounds there
are contained approximately 110 pounds
of digestible protein materials contain
ing nitrogen 1208 pounds of dlgeitlble
carbohydrates starch sugar fiber etc
and 037 pounds uf digestible fat and
that these materials when burned in the
body will yield 25070 calories of heat
furnishing energy for work and main
taming the temperature of the body
Feeding Standards for Different Kinds of Ani
mal
It will be remembered that tho pri
mary Junctions of food are to repair the
waste of the body to promote growth in
Immature animals and to furnish heat
and energy And for these purposes
only the digestible portion of the food is
to be taken into account The amount
of digestible protein fat and carbohy
drates in a ration is an indication of its
fitness to fulfill these purposes The
next question Is How much of these ma
terlals does an animal require and in
what proportion should they be given
This differs with the purpose for which
the animal is kept whether it is grow
ing being fastened I used for work or
making milk An ox standing in the
stall requires less food nutrients than
one whbh is worked hard every day
That Is in drawing heavy loads the ani
mal breaks down a certain amount of
muscular tissue which must be replaced
by protein in the food and it uses en
ergy or force which is also furnished by
the food nutrients In standing in the
barn it still requires some protein fat
and carbobydrates to perform the neces
sary functions of the body as digestion
to maintain heat in winter to grow a
new coat of hair etc But if It Is fed the
same ration as when working hard the
tendency is to get fat
Selection of Feeding Stufff
In selecting feeding stuffs for his stock
the farmer will naturally be governed by
the conditions of the market The cost
of feeding stuffs is controlled by other
factors than the actual amounts of food
materials which they contain indeed
there often appears to be very little con
nection between the two Bearing in
mind that the protein is the most expen
sive Ingredient the farmer can make his
selection with the aid of the tables
showing the digestible materials in 100
pounds These will show him whether
wheat at 50 cents per bushel is a cheaper
feed than corn at CO cents and how glu
ten meal at 23 per ton compares with
linseed meal at 27 In these corn pan
sons only the protein and fuel value need
necessarily be considered Of course the
special adaptability and the reverse of
some materials to different kinds of ani
mals will be taken into account
But another important consideration
where fertilizers or manures have to be
relied upon is the manurial value of a
feeding stuff This Is shown by the ni
trogen in the protein and the phosphoric
acid and potash in the ash Feeding
stuffs differ widely in this respect wheat
bran and cottonseed meal having a high
manurial value while corn meal is rela
tively low The value of the manure is
largely determined by the character of
the food given If the manure is care
fully preserved a large proportion of the
fertilizing constituents of the food are ro
covered and go to enrich the land
Preparation of Food for Animal
One point upon which there seems to
be much misconception is as to the in
fluence of previous treatment of the food
on Its digestibility Thus for example
y
tbn effect of drfiog bay Is not to las + en
its digestibility as is often believed The
soluble material may be washed out if
the hay is rained upon and the tender
parts may be lost in harvesting but in
ordinary haymaking the water of tho
grass is largely dried out without the di
gestibility of the constituents being ma
terially affected Hay stored for a long
time oven when kept dry and not si
lowed to heat appeals to lose a part of
Us value as food Experiments have
shown that rowen was less digestible
after keeping over winter than when cut
in the fall even though there was no
change In composition and it was not as
well relished by animal
Cooking and Steaming Food
There has been considerable miscon
ception as to the value of cooking and
steaming food for stock Experiments
abroad have indicated that cooking or
steaming coarse or unpalatable food was
advantageous not on account ol making
the food more nutritious but In indue
ing the animals to eat larger quantities
of it In fact it has been shown for
lupine bay and some other materials that
tho dig atibility of certain of the food
ingredients notably the albuminoids
was diminished by steaming and the
cooking of potatoes which was formerly
believed advantageous has been shown
to be of no advantage whatever in case
of milch cows although it was of some
advantage to pigs Julius Kuhn in his
book on feeding says
Ulcers large amounts of straw and
coarse foods are to be fed and the supply
of good hay and hoed crops is scarce it
will usually be wore profitable to omit
tho steaming If the reverse condition
prevails steaming will be found a very
advantageous means of indncing tho ani
mals to eat sufficiently large quantities
of the food
I
I DRY MATTER AND DIOKST1DLB FOOD IKORKDIKNTS IN 100 rOUNDS OF FKED1KO STUFFS
I
Feeding stuff
I VryI I
pj tern
IOllrllo I
IFat I
I value Furl
Green fodderPound Pound Pounds Pound Calnri
Corn fodder average of all varieties 207 110 1208 037 2G 070
Rye fodder 234 20j 1411 044 31OH
Oatfodder378 269 2206 104 51G21
Redtop in bloom 347 2002124 068 1575
Orchard grata in bloom 270 101 1501 058 35503
Meadow fescue in bloom 301 140 IIti8 042 34755
Timolhytnt different stages 384 228 2371 077 51601
Kentucky blue grass 310 301 1083 083 45OS
Hungarian graps 280 102 1563 030 3tl0
Red clover at different stages 292 307 1482 009 16187
OrlmeonclovprHII 210 OU 044 23101
Alfalfa at different stages 282 389 1120 041 20708
Oowpea 161 108 808 025 102011
SoJa bean 285 2701182 0612083i
Corn Solabfan 200 060 1170 005 25714
Corn fodder field cured 678 2 48 3338 115 71554
Corn stover field cured 50p 118 3310 067 077GO
Hay from
Orchard grass 001 478 4100 140 02000
Redtop yil 482 4083 005 100078
Tlmothvtallanalyses 8011 28J 1372 143 O720
Kentucky blue grass 788 Ii6 3733 105 8651G
Hungarian grass 023 450 51U7 134 110131
Meadow fescue 800 420 IJ31 173 f5725
Mixed grasses 871 422 4320 133 031125
Rowen mixed 834 710 4120 143 D6040
Mixed grasses and clover 871 61G 4271 140 0705J
Red clover 847 653 3535 1GO 841NJ5
Alelkoclovlr003 8164170 136 081110
White clover 003 lI4tJ 1182 118 105310
Crimson clover 014 1049 1813 129 05877
Alfalfa = 010 1058 3733 138 1141130
Cowpea 891 10iO 11840 151 11805
Soja bean 887 1078 3872 151 98508
Wheat straw 004 080 3704 040 7309H
ByestrawOO 074 4271 035 82111
Oat straw 008 158 I1G3 074 81493
Sojabean straw 891 230 3998 103 8217
Root and tubers
Potatoes 211 127 1560 31300
Beets 130 121 884 005 18001
Mangelwurzels 01 103 565 011 12888
Turnips 05 081 040 011 11080
Rutabaros 111088774011 10407
Carrotel14 081 78302210090
Grains and other seeds
Corn average of dent and flint 801 7026609 48 150830
Barley 811 809 0183 160 143410
Oats 890 021 4834 41I 124767
Rye 884 012 6073 1111 152400
Wheat al 1 varieties 805 1023 0921 108 154848
Cotton peed whole 807 1108 3313 1844 100047
Mill Corn nrodncU meal 850 701 0520 L25 148020
128808Corn
Oatmeal j21 1153 5200 503 143302
Barley meal 881 736 6288 100 138 818
Ground corn and oalPfqual parts 881 730 6120 372 143276 I
Pea meal 805 1677 5178 005 130240
WastA products
Glutenfeed022 041 4375 850 165669
Gluten meal 012 2540 4232 1038 100030
Hominy chops 880 7455524 081 145342
Malt sprouts 808 872 4350 110 120624
Brewers grains wet 241 400 037 138 30692
Brewers grains dried 011 1473 3060 482 115814
Rvn brim 884 1145 5028 10G 123089
Wheat bran all analyses 885 1201 4123 287 111138
Wheat middlings 84012795315 340 130100
Wheat shorts 882 1222 4008 183 131855
Buckwheat middlings 8U8 2370 3087 004 138140
Cotton reed meal 018 3701 1652 1258 152653
Cottonseed hulls 80 042 3005 160 05480
Linseed meal old process 008 2870 32111 706 144313
Linseed meal new process 898 2780 SO3U 273 131020
Peanut meal 803 4201 282 G8G 151203
Milk and its meal8n
Whole milk 128 348 477 370 30860
Skim milk cream raised by setting 06 313 409 083 18048
cream raised by separator 114 204 524 020 16430
Buttermilk 00387400 10037085
Whey OG 084 474 031 11087
Corn fodder ia entire plant usually aown thick Herds grass of New Eng
land and New York JLucern
The Artlt Itodoo
Artists nro a queer lot remarked
one of them yesterday ns bo smoked
pensively In his Chestnut street studio
and gazed dejectedly at a half finished
sketch I cant do nny work today
just because I dreamed of a redheaded
girl last night That lets me out I
can dream of nny other kind of girl
and It doesnt affect my work but If
the vision of my dreams has red hair
Im no good the next day
No Its not superstition I dont
know what It Is All artists have their
off days from some cause or other and
some of them bavo antidotes I bavo
none I Just glvo up when the red
headed girl comes across tho path of
my dreams
A friend of mlno counteracts tho ef
feet of his hoodoo by clothing himself
In an outlandish way I have seen him
working In an opera bat the coat of
his dress suit and n pair of pink pyja
mas and doing good work at that An
other friend of mine always cats a lot
of raw onions when ho has a particu
larly sentimental subject to handle
But when It comes to mo I just have to
glvo up Philadelphia Ledger f f
Cncohitttntlonal
What a wretched daub exclaimed
the unsophisticated visitor at tho art
exhibition turning to speak to a
stranger
Ha hal laughed the stranger It
Is a pity to violate all tho tlmo honored
precedents but I really am not the
painter of that picture
This Is a cold Iconoclastic age and
tho mortifying yet Instructive con
tretemps of the olden time Is not good
form In literature now Chicago Trib
une
One would better bo trustful of 09
friends who are false than doubtful of
ono who Is true Suspicion and super
sensitiveness are at once the badges
and the bane of n little soul
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Dlimarokn Appetite
Among other amusing reminiscences
ot the Into Prlnco Bismarck appearing
In Herr John Booths Memoirs of the
Iron Chancellor Is ono relating to tbo
tatters gargantuan capacity for eating
and drinking Ho told tbo author that
the largest number of oysters bo over
ate was 175 Ho first ordered 25 then
as they were very good 50 more and
consuming these determined to eat
nothing else and ordered another hun
dred to the great amusement of thoso
present Illsmarck was then 20 and
had just returned from England
experience Veraasj Arithmetic
Teacher Johnny may stand up to re
cite Now Johnny suppose I borrow
50 from your father and agree to pay
R3 a week how long will It be before
he gets his money
JohnnyJust one week
Teacher Oh think again thats not
rightJohnnyYes
JohnnyYes It fs I know my fa
ther Hed have you up In the courts
by that time Now York World
It Looked Bniploloni
Isnt your neighbor Bllnklnotf a
drinking manr
I wouldnt like to give an expert
opinion on the subject Ill admit
however that I saw him the other
night trying to drive a spigot Into an
ash barrel thinking that It was elder
Cleveland Plain Dealer
There Is none mndo so great but ho
may both need help and service and
stand In fear of the power and un
kindness oven ot tho meanest of mor
tals
Ether was known to the earliest sci
entists
It Is said that the first weeping wil
low In England was planted by Alex
ander Pope the poet
to
1 Virginia
Moth sl1ysthcuseJ
IlII v e boca
of Mothcs
Friend beginning six months before con I
finement She felt perfectly well up to a
few hours before the baby was born and
was In labor less than two hours She had
no morning sickness no headache no dis
tressing tightness no swollen or rising
breasts Her baby was strong and the pic
ture of f health
Mothons Frlond Is the only rem
edy known which relieves the expectant
mothers It Is a liniment to be applied ex
ternally Nothing but harm can come from
taking medicine internally at such times
All Internal preparations said to relieve com
ing mothers arc not only humbugs but
positively dangerous
Mothers Friend cost it a bottle a >
druggist or you can lend to
The Bradfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga
Having a Great Run on Chamber
lains Cough Remedy
Manager Martin of the PJerson drug
store informs us that he Is having a
great run on Chamberlains Cough Rem
edy He cells five bottles of that medi
cine to one of any other kind and it
gives great eallefaclion In these days
of la grippe there is nothing like Cham
berlains Cough remedy to stop the
cough heal up tho sore throat and lungs
and give relief within a very short time
i The sales are growing and all who try it
are pleased with its prompt action
South Chicago Da ly Calumet For asla
by A It Fisher Cloverport It A Shell
man Steptiensport
Stephensportrho
The Flchtluir Siroriinah
THb swordfish Is utterly without fear
and will like a buffalo or rhinoceros
charge anything that offends It often
doing an amount of execution hardly
to be believed did not the evidence ex
ist Combats between swordfish are
most Interesting and may be compared
to a duel between two expert swords
men Such a contest was observed
off the long pier that extends out Into
the ocean at Santa Monica near Los
Angeles last year Some fishermen
noticed two big fish leaping out of the
water and dashing along the surface
Soon It was seen that they were sword
fish
The season was when the fish arc un
usually ferocious They had made soy
eral rushes and when observed were
at close quarters striking each other
powerful side blows like cavalrymen
This was unsatisfactory and Dually
they separated and darted at each oth
er like arrows the water hissing as
their sharp dorsal fins cut through It
They evidently struck head on one
missing while the sword of the other
struck just below the eye and plowed
a deep furrow In the flsh partly dls
abling It so that It turned and attempt
ed to escape But Its adversary also
turned and with a rush drove Its sword
completely through the body of Its foe
and held It fast only wrenching Its
weapon loose when Its enemy stopped
swimming San Francisco Call
Bncklen Arnica Salve
Has worldwide fame for marvelous
curesIt surpasses any other salve lo
lion ointment or balm for Cute Corns
Burns Bolls Sorer Felons Ulcers Tet
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Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for
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Short t t Haynea
Gronlnnifs Comparison
Laurence Gronlund the socialistic
writer who ended his days in New
York was a thorough pessimist One
evening after be bad denounced the
modern Industrial system In savage
terms a friend remarked
It Is not so bad as Russian des
potism Is Itr
Not quite The former Is the worst
possible the latter the worst conceiv
able
Knffir Greeting
Saku bona are the first words a
stranger learns of tho Kaffir vocabu
lary The expression Is the common
form of salutation used by the natives
and Ita literal translation Is I see
you It is considered a mark of ro
spect not to give the greeting Imme
diately the delay showing the rever
ence In which the native holds his
visitor 1hUadelphla Record
OverWork Weakens
Your Kidneys
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once overY three minutes
the kidneys are your
blood purifiers they ti
ter out the waste or
Impurities In the blood
If they are sick or out
of order they fall to do
th lr work
Mains aches and rheu
matlsm come from ex
cess of uric acid In the
blood due to neglected
klC1l1ey trouble
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble because the heart Is
overworking In pumping thick kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble
If you arc sick you can l1ake no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers
SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is
Kfon realized It stands the highest for Its
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and Is sold on Its merits
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es You may have a
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21Webster 643 1009
Webster 928 661 100S
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837Puree 659 1014
43Sample 7 07
Sample 9 48 717 1021
967Addlson 720 1031
Addlson 1001 724
1001Holt
1086Cloverpolt
Cloverpoit 1016 739 10411
10411Shop
Shopemm 743 1049
Skilman105a H4 1069
for HaweiTllle Cannelloni Tell City 11042 J I ea 1i 69
Petrie1049 812 t
Falcon1054 818 1119
U4Waiiraan 871 1126
1126SVailman1110
SVailman1110 I 833
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Powers i for Rockport Ind 1119 842 1139
Pates1130 863
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Mattlnflv 1161 916 r
Griffith 1166 921
921Stanley 1216im
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SpotUrille 1222 98 128
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I Nos 4j and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Can
and elegant highback teat Passenger Coaches
i through between Louisville Evansville and St
Louis without change
No 41 and 44 have elegant highback Mat Pass
eager Coaches and Parlor Car serve thronsh be
tween Loolivllle Evansville and St Louis without
change Not 41 and 43 have Parlor Carl and elegant
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10 60 6 45 tv Irvington Ar BOO 5
1113 703 Garfield 885 6
11 ZI 719 Yarned 824 6
1128 723 Junctionlardlntburc 820 61 5
1133 7 28 lardlntburcJunction 815 6
1140 7S5 Junction 810 4
11 60 7 45 Kirk a 01 4
1167 7 62 Jolly 764 4
1209 804 GleadeUMOemptter 742 4ar
1214 8 09 OemptterFalli 7 30 4 U
1230 825 Fails of Rough 715 4 00
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12 60 845 DtmpturRockvtlt 6 67 848
12 116 860 Rockvtlt 66 888
loo 865 Ruth 648 S 86
105 BOO Aiklni 644 82 9a
113 9 08 Otki 686 8 21
120 915 Ar FordnUl hLv 6 30 316
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Train 41 41 41 and 44 connect ot Inrlngton with h
Trafoi Noi 3 aDd f for points on FordirQU branch
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