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POULTRY <8b APIARY
Sanitary Poultry Plant. The Maverick, of Mountainhome, has the following account of a com mercial poultry plant, whih, it says, la to be put in at that place. To meet the growing demands for poultry in Mountain Home and in fact this section of the west, the Sanitary Poultry Co. has beqn es tablished for the purpose of hatch ing and raising chickens for mar ket and furnlshring strictly fresh en». The company will not be con fined atrlctly to the rearing of a mar product, but thoroughbred (owl. will be bred and kept on hand for 14 those desiring to improve eother the laying qualities or the market size of thelr flocks. For this purpose the Single Comb White Leghorn has been selected for egg production and the Single Comb White Orpington for both a market fowl and a layer, The Leghorn has stood the test of repated egg laying contests and in each and every instance proven far superior in point of numbers and size of egg to any other breed; one strain producing an average of 260 eggs per hen for the year, Orpington is a new breed originat ing in England and is the favorite table fowl of that country, flesh is white and the breast full and long; the cock bird weighing as high as twelve ^pounds. gle Comb White Leghorn and White The The and fourteen They come from the Sin -1 Hamburg, the offspring from this mating crossed with the Dorking, This mating produces an excellent laying table fowl that can not be sur passed by any other breed. THE Wright Keyser Grocery Co. IDAHO CALDWELL, Pays 22c For Fresh Ranch Eggs NUMBER , PLEASE? The Independent Telephone Company is just getting out its new directory, containing over 400 names. Is yours on the list. If not, see J. S. SEMONES Local Manager and he will attend to your wants Sufflcient equipment of the best standard manufactures has been or dered to hatch and rear 1000 chick month ready for delivery to Laying stock will be ens per the amrket. kept in sufficient quantities to supply possible demands with strictly no expense or palna to produce mar ket stock an P™ ' IC , win se°« r e the*Ighest .nark.,t prtees ft t a 11 seasons of the y . any fresh eggs at all seasons of the year. Three hundred fowls have been pur chased and moved into the large lay and breeding house in the east A large Incubator cel ing part of town. is under construction that will hold fourteen large sized Incubators and will be ready for occupation on arrivals of machines from Oakland, distributing lar California, western The management Is sparing point. tail of the business w e un the careful observation of an exper ienced poultyman an and perfect health in the flock the constant care. e ay ng will be whitewashed and disinfected cleanliness , . . regularly and e com or birds the constant care of those in chagre. . .. The P lant wil1 be u P ' tion in course of a month and in less the a Sunday dinner phone your wants, than two months the present grow ing stock will be ready for market, at which time about two hundred broilers will be subject to early or ders. Keep the name "Sanitary Poul try Co." in mind and when you want nice roaster or broiler for that Hastening the Moulting. The proper time for the hens to g orw their new coat of feathers is in rsummer time when the danger of f rom exposure is reduced to the m j n j mum> Late molting is slow molt ing, often prolonged till cold weather that laying will be late. which means and the tardy hen will not pay for her Late hatched birds will molt late; too early hatched birds will molt late and be no more profitable for winter laying than hens; general rule the older the hen the later the molt. To secure early molt ing and early laying, then, we must hens which were hatched in March, April, or early in May of the Early in July the ra board. as a have previous year, tion should be reduced until the hens getting about half what they eat in the winter time, feeding is not usually continued after the range is good, this is conducive to an early molt depends on whether the birds have to cribs and granaries. are On the farm Whether or not If access they go to roost with full crops it is better to confine them for a part of each day until the feathers begin to each day until the feathers begin to loosen and drop out well. Two weeks of light rations will start a hen of profitable laying age toward molt When the new feathers begin a Ing. to come the birds should be fed heav ily on a rich nitrogenous ration. Sun flower seed is especially beneficial at this time. The molting process is al ways a drain on the system, shrould not be delayed until cold weather, not only because it means and delayed laying, but also because there is more danger to the hen. are the object of the poultry! Where ' eggs plant hens which have not finished i molting by October 1st should be dis 1 posed of. Eggs that will hatch good, strong chicks—the kind that you can .We have the business hen—the kind that is never idle; they are working all the time, the raise. WYKOFF STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorns We keep only one kind, and will have a few settings of eggs at half price the rest of the season. 16 FOR $1.00 Guaranteed 80 per cent Fertile When shipped by express add 25 cents for packing. We will be pleased to have you call and see what we have. We will have a large amount of fine stock for sale along in the fall. Watch for this ad. J. R. ANDERS «ft SON R. F. D. Route 2, Box 15 BeU Tel. 190 X IDAHO NAMPA THE PLANING MILL Bee Supplies Tin top .75c per 100 Hailock» in flat.. • 45c per 100 Berry Boxes j Special price in quantities Crates Ranging in price from 7c to 9c Independent Lumber Co. We make a number of different va demand». rieties, to suit the varying CALDWELL, IDAHO €gg$! €gg$! €gg$; That will Hatch Barred Plymouth Rock..$ 1.50 White Plymouth Rock...$ 2.00 Mammoth bronze turkeys $ 3.00 Indian Runner Ducks... .$ 1,50 Puritan Poultry Farm Harry T. Lewis, Prop., Payette, Ida Strawberry Lawn Farm Caldwell, Idaho BREEDS Short Horn Cattle, Poland China Hogs, Rambouillet Sheep, Fancy Poultry. We take twice as many prizes as any other Breeder in the state. V. D. HANNAN & SONS Beli Phone 281 P. O. Box 165 Red 3.