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A MEaTY lETTER lETTERTlheComm LETTERThe
TlheComm The Comoro Hay Co i Marion MarionTc MarionTe
Tc Evolution on 01 Corn 3 as a Food FoodCrop i iCroF
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IrtL rt wt + t of f Gur salts Gf McCormik McCorntiekutladhiaras McCormikIUU1
IUU1 utladhiaras 1t S bite pust season and till stillmore tillIIllm
more gratilieti J1UtHied tn know that ever everItta every everymadltitre
madltitre Itta ltt le Sftld bt given en entire sans sansfacUlort HtksIfaetkM
IfaetkM huwiu 1tclushely that thnttJlte thatUlre
tJlte ileCorJlIitk is the hih hiheststattd hiheststattdard st stand standIRrd
IRrd ot 11I1Lbint5 made I f feel bihly bihlyWIlNt
1 1p p coutl4intented when iuf informlteti rml by the thlt thewtrlltIwtnS
t OGJltittlUJ Uutt I It have e sold kl a grei roter roteriIlUllIhtr ter teriiuttther
iIlUllIhtr of 1 ltUiChhtlS thtlll any n agent agentIn ent entlilt
lilt the s Ktltern states ill one season seasonI1 OO50UI
I1 I I slttls 4trr vs tIt that our ftuIt farmer r are ureilnlttr areInttrest
ilnlttr Inttrest tl l iu th the riglt rightdirectkni dir tiou Om Omihas Otteihas
ihas It1ki ton kiett L of f th the qtuutlity qpi uttity of hay hflYtlltl haytlhttt
tlltl tlhttt < l has b heelt eu Ixvtri t t iu nlr lmt eounty the theIpast thepast
past season Could ull Y0U see Ute hum lIumib humber
ib ber r of ton you c anuss uhl Itardly l lteIieve lteIieveit hee heelit
lit i li1Me > A ible The saving in mouey to toour toour
our fMrmcrs win not he less than tlums thanw1StxbO
s w1StxbO nO and this is h l putting it very verymildly erymiltH
miltH mildly Ith bay baled is sellin l mU in inour inour
our iii mnrket rket at 16 to So O per ttr ton tonlten ton1Citen
1Citen lten our farmers learn the art of ofJutting ofoutting
Jutting bay at the proper age of the thegrass thegrass
grass and curing it 1ll roper manner numuerour
our native gru grasses o seB win snake a hay hayelual hayequal
equal to any UI timothy on our market marketwlaida marketwhich
which dls at S2 W to 5 per ton tonTile tonThe
Tile trouble is our furlllers are only
I wOIkiug to rive aW 118 hay from the corn cornfitlds cornfields
fields after tftt r they have gathered their thtirorn theircorn
corn crop this is1 is a gnat mistake mbtakeTht
Tht grass gets too old to make gool gooland good goodand
and nUlr nutria t ilJS h htty y Laud should be bepnptt be1rl4tred
1rl4tred pnptt red speidly cpecis < Hy for 11 hay crop or or1lowtt orIllou
1lowtt Illou etl find harrowed for hay hfter hfterOLt ltfteroats
oats ut Hltlon loms Ii and luJ early t rly crops ot vege vegetal ve c ctfiths
tfiths tal les etc Then cut 1t Ht the roper properage roperagio
age Ibis will give 1m Itay worth tweu tweut twenty
t ty five per cent more than the present presentmethod resen l lmethod
method of hy making makingwrhe makingThe
The matttr of cuttiu cutting corn anti antiEhredding antihrdding
Ehredding it will eventually he 1 it itsaving
saving 81 i ng of ti tifty fry per cen cent t of the crop cropThe rop11e
The stalks laIk rut at the prop + r lime tithecured limeI
tOured Mud shredded will yield yield siedto yieldtwo
I to and a half toilS per ucr acre of stoYer stoYerthnt stoverthat
that i Etorthrhv worth hy actual eqeril1 experiment experimenttwenty eut euttweuty
twenty the per cent mcN than the thebest thebest
best tilntltily lilUth 1m 1mAltlHUgh hay hayAlth
AltlHUgh Alth nlglt much bas been written writtenrllfltive writtenrelative
relative to the peculiar virtues of oftOf ofcorn
corn in n general way it must he said 5aitthtt saidthat
that the commercial importance of oftbe ofthe
the rent kin king of cCf cereals Is has been ae aeoordltl accorded
corded try slow recognition III the theCnited theUnited
United Stntes lfitcs tOrn is the king of ofctTltI ofcerettis
ctTltI both in acreage and value of ofproduCtion ofIlroluctiou
produCtion More than 50000000 of ofoereS ofocres
oereS are ulI1Htull auttnally planted ill corn cornuud cornanti
anti a normal yield ield al11011ut5 to COIl COIlsidemhly conidenthy
sidemhly more than OtatOOOtbushels OOOOOOOOO
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bushels b which re represents re e1ts only one onehtllf onehalf
half the value I1e of the great crop iUlls inasntuelt iUllsnluh
nluh A5 the fodder nud stalks when whenhrooded whenhredtied
hrooded into tovere are much bet bettel better
tel than hay for feeHng lucpo purposes purposesSotwithstttading es esXotw
Xotw Sotwithstttading lh ttlUding the fact that cora i8 itthe i8the
the foundation upon which rest restAttterknt r st5 j jAlUel
AlUel Attterknt L u agriculture > and the lU8rnf lU8rnfou
ou Oils industrial d developutemtt tloJiuat > ut of the thewetOttrn thewei
wetOttrn wei tern hemisphere hem blhtrt > The cretl cretlseemingly el reals realsseemiat
seemingly 1y uulimitl llo tossibifities sibHilies h have havebeen ve vebetu
been ulmllit eutir entirely ly overlooked until untilwithiu untilwithin
within rt rtttut nt years Corn stalk taxi lLudfoddtr taxifodder
fodder that formerly were allowed to towtlste towaste
waste in the fields nrc now shredded 5hreddedinto shreddedinto
into stOlr which hits no superior as asa
1 a food for m lueat at and milk producing producinganimuttis rodueingauimals
auimals when nil of the corn talks stNlkslre talksare
are saved the value of each annual 1ltlUualcrop annualcrop
crop will be iucretsed to totals so soenortnoa o oeUQrmous
eUQrmous us to arouse the wonder of ofthe ofthe
the world worldAs
As to the nutritive value of corn
German oocitnliofi conttwi that the theworld theworld
world du I n S tot ytf r rtulize 15 food giv giviumz gi giiuc
iuc cuparily and that kllowleclge in inthb inthi
thb eHrt IITrrrllLIl tU is jut hpginning le lflllitlg to tolo to1t
1t yrlop > lo Th Iitry < g q far llr 18 to predid predidtL
tL nouiOH iu fht Uot of ttrul dur durilt duriu
ilt g + the I Iir r1t t ludf u f the preselit prt folit cen cent
t ury u ry t 114 utl I n uuttita u i iuvly 1t 1 a trrt t rt that thatcor11 t tOl1
Ol1 t ill fCHltiuut ro k l pre fn minent ettlinently minentIy
Iy the fond gniu riill if f the h w lld hI In Inuptort Inmsupport
support of this thtor theory the ablest uhlpstI
I AIUtricnn ecmomists a ono nuts abo al o take the thttune thesame
tune position Try fht stoutly utflrm atllralthat utflrmtlml
that e nrn is the mO l profitable cereal eerenlI eerenltlH
tlH tlm fnrllltr can grow III eumpntiug eumpntiugthe
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the value Qf the com Cl crop p authorities authoritieshllp
have linuiTed only it its gttti grain value vultitlh value1V
1V lh soollOOoo 4O4 acres of corn e each eachacre ch chnCle
acre yieldingluhout two tons of fOllcler fohlrrand fOllclerand
and stalks tulk whih wh when n roperly Iroperlyshreddedtis roperlyshreddedl
shreddedl 5 more valuable for or feeding feedingptlnHS feedingpurp
ptlnHS purp res S th11 timothy hay thht u uunlly us usually
unlly sells for upuld upa ttrd of t per to ton tonit I Iit
it is not dilliculltC to tinhte the enol enollUOUS enorI11ous
lUOUS loss which ugl agrirulturist t < ultnrbC5 must mustsustain Mustsustain
sustain if they nil mtllow th h ir corn fod fodlr
der and stalk = to lr o toThe to waste WRSttrbe >
The IcCorU1iek corn hiu hi uder < iel mnkt mnltkesi mnktlssible
lssible i > ossible the cupid harvesting of f corn cortiwhich cornwhich
which is necessary in or order < 1 to ne nethis avethis
this gl great nt crop nnl au l thc cCormiek 1IcCormnickhusker cCormiekhusker
husker And shredder pr prlvides widls u mmmcmi mmmcmiwherelly men rh rhwherehy
wherehy the vast crop CUll nil he heutiHyell beutilired
utiHyell these machines tire comiug comiuginto comiuginto
into geuerld use throughout the couo couotry country
try where corn is grown and tbt tbtImy they theypay >
pay for tbem themselves elve5 in one season seS80UYoucs seasonYours
Yours very e1 truly
F D PUOSIR POosEKleeat PUOSIRI
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Mr Ir Alfred 1 lair Anratn hraUl1o1 editor Nhtorof
of the rraV1res herald i is a promiueu t tIsi tvisitor
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