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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, July 01, 1957, Image 40

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BRANDING TIME!
GRAVITY DOES IT.
Ranch in Elberta, Utah, feeder Jay Drage and Commission
Agent Bryce Jones oversee dumping of rolled barley and cotton
seed meal into the mixer truck.
How many seconds to brand a Lazy "S" on
a rambunctious Hereford? Hard to say! How many minutes
to set feed in front of 2500? A mere 15!
' — automatically! At the up-to-date Lazy "S'*
Where feeding 2500 steers
is a "one-man" job!
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ANNIE LEE WHEELER'S
ping into the manger. Total operations timet
15 minutes!
In a versatile setup like the Lazy 'S', rolling
stock must keep on its toes ... and that's why
Mr. Christmas "feeds" his equipment Conoco
all-season Super Motor Oil!
"With Conoco all-season Sup er." says Mr,
Christmas, "we know we're getting the best
in engine lubrication and no cold-weather start*
ing worries. This means a lot where macliinery
must be ready to go at a moment's notice and
low-cost operation is a must.
Good reasons for counting on Conoco for all
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for calling your Conoco man . . . today!
If ever a name might fool a man, it's a Lazy 'S'
Cattle Company, located in Elberta, Utah.
Owned and masterminded by P. P. Thomas,
his son Max, and associates, this live-ware com
bination recently created a setup where one
man could feed 2500 head of feed lot cattle.
Here's Livestock Manager Leon Christmas'
description of how it works:
Mounted on a truck chassis is an all-metal
feed box, 5-ton capacity. Via overhead bins,
silage, barley, and meal are dumped in, and a
molasses tank (warmed by the truck exhaust)
filled. Feed is mixed while the truck is on the
way to the corrals. Then, automatically, feed
and molasses mix together, just before drop
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