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The Gem state rural. [volume] (Caldwell, Idaho) 1895-1910, June 01, 1908, Image 8

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butter production of the cows of the
state. Or in other words at the
average price of butter fat, quoted
by Mr. Rirle, of 2 6.5 cents per pound
377.19 pounds of butter fat would
bring 199.95. Figure for her the
value of 7894.2 lbs, of skim milk al
lowing 10% off for the cream at 20
cents per cwf. for pig feed, $14.00,
this with her calf at $50, makes a
total of $163,95, as the value of the
production -of one cow for a year's
work, and this at cream prices only.!
Farmers, how many are thereof you
In Utah who would be willing to pay
me for this cow, the value of her
products for one year, and you only
to feed and milk her. Th s was done
on regular dairy feed and not a fore
•d record. I say we, us It was Mrs.
Barker that first began to lift the
dash In our old style churn and use
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TheÜtrsey is the Favorite Dairy Breed of this State.
Come West
And See What
Idaho Invites You
to share
best
irrigation state; the
watered state in the Union.
as an
Homes F or Thousands
Of Settlers
GOOD LAND GOOD WA TER
GOOD CUM A Tf GOOD PEOPLE
COME TO THE GOLDEN WEST
For rates and descriptive literature
address;
D. E. BURLEY,
G. P. A.
D. S. SPENCER,
A. G. P. A.
OREGON SHORT UNE :
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
KAiLROAD CO.
was to
do all the
my part
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cows. Mrs.
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they board fhemselvc:
all the skimming of 'tm min;
12001b. per hour Del.tv
A gasoline engine ha.
hard muscle
working butter, etc., arid a
combined churn and butter
handles the butter and instead of 20c
per pound for butter that we used to;
g t, we now realize 33 Vè f ,er pound
for al! the butter we make, and at
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Along with these 80 cows,
greatest money producers, the
Du roc Jersey hogs.
the stor. .
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Like the Jersey
I have
they are the breeders.
eight pigs from young
At the
cows,
h igh as
•.nth their first litters.
t have on hand 350
of all sizes and have been selling
My lowest price
rows
40c per dozen.
say there is a panic?
Deseret Farmer, there is no panic
to the live wide awake farmer.
resent writin
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at hogs all season.
a .55.50 per cwt. live weight
has bee
and have sold many of them at 7c.
And last but not least, right along
w.th the cows and hogs, go 1000
pure bred Leghorn pullets and 322
yearling hens, and eggs at 3 5c and
Farmers will you
I say, with the
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