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The ICom Commg > e Hay Coo Crop i Marion MarionTiie Marion1e
Tiie T e Evolution of Corn as a Food FoodCrop Fooc2Crop FoodCrop
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Weuwe We e are Indeed 1IdeL11tlttcll uittoli gratified ratified at the theof theIrtL theireAui6
ireAui6 IrtL of yfttrstiles OHT sales of McCormlek McC McCornticokmadhiottis McCormlekthe fmick fmickI
I Imadltt1ltes the jHist Mtst EettSGn sen on and still stillim stillImre stillimore
im Imre re gratified rotliil ed to know that every everyittadhiwe eery1tuulh everytrtadltnue
< ittadhiwe 1tuulh 1te sf scild > hl ba It given en entire satisifaeth satis satisfaclikm 5tlHsIfactJkMt
faclikm Showing huWiu a conclusively itciusive y that thatthe tbntItlhe thatthe
the McCorinick is the highest staud staudiard staudIBrd staudand
and wf niurhiues s made I feel bielilyc bielily bbhlyc4mtltlimeuled htthlyooiuii4imented
c4mtltlimeuled c < mt iimented when informed by the theoo tlt tltc thectelhauy
oo c tlltllMtIUS < mi wH3 tliHt have I soW kl a greater greateriiiumber rl6ttr rl6ttrluuUliber
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iiiumber of 1J mneliittes s titan Any agent agentliu n ent entlin
liu the Fottthera n ttlaern states in one season seasonte seas OO5CMI1t1W5 w wrw
rw te allows 1t1W5 that our fari festers ers 5 are arelsd urelJtlt are1utttrest
lJtlt 1utttrest r lsd t 4 liu iu the u right rigltdirtetiou direetiou dir tiou One OneIliasuoMea OlllIhas OtteIhas
IliasuoMea Ihas 110 kloo of o f the th ctt q suuity of hay lwythat hayItlhnt14tis lutytIlutt
Itlhnt14tis that has been tfnved tl llll in spur lr county eo my 1U the theipast theIpast568 thepast
past Ipast568 season fIt Ceukl yww 00 see the nttm nttmIber UUIllIb n urn urnbtlr
Iber Ib rof of tons you ou could c uld hardly believe believelit
lit p ixrssilrle aiiWe ible The saving stib in money to toour toou toour
our ou r formers rmcrs will not be less than thanSSI tlumt
SSI t WQ a and d this is putting it very verymfltily verymildly erymltH
mildly mltH This hay baled is seUiusr in iuour inour inour
our market at SIC 1G to S30 i per teor ton tonNVhen tonV1teou tonWbeii
NVhen our farmers learn the art of ofcutting ofutth ofvuttlug
cutting utth hay at the proper age of the theigrass tbegras thegrass
gras and curing it m proper manner mannerour
our native grasses gm ses will make a hay hayequal hayeusl hayequal
equal to any au timothy on our market uiarKetwhich marketwhih wartetwhich
which sells t > lls at 2250 to Si 25 5 > per ton tonThe tODThe tonThe
The trouble trou le is our farmers are only
working to ave hay hs from the corn cornfields cornfhIds cornfields
fields after lfh i they the have gathered their theircorn theircorn theircorn
corn crops This is a great mistake mistakeThe mbtakeTht mistakeThe
The grass gnt gets too old to make mU good goodand gool1and goodand
and nutri ins hey Lund should be beprepared heprtpured beprt
prt prepared latredsnec < pefinlly ikIly fora for u hay lu y crop or orplowed or1lowtd orploaetl
plowed and burrowed for hay after afteroats t sifteroats fteronts
oats titrloiuti imltns and early earl crop ot vege vegetables vegetahrs e c ctfilts ¬
tables etc Then cut at the proper properage lroperage properage
age This will give hay htl worth twen twenty twellty twenty ¬
ty five per cent more than the present presentmethod lresentmethod presentmethod
method of hay making makingThe U1nkin U1nkinThe makingThe
The matter of cutting corn Cf rn and andshredding andshrechiing andshredding
shredding it will eventually be a asaving 1 1suhlg t tsaving
saving of fifty per l r cent of the crop cropThe + ro rolh ropThe
The hIk > t lks cut at the proper prop r tithecured lime limecured limlured
cured > and shredded will yield iehl yield yieldtwo siehltwo yieldtwo
two and a half tons per acre of stover stoverthat stoverthnt stoverthat
that i is worth 11 i by v actual experiment experimenttwenty experill1enttweuty esperinenttwenty
twenty five per cent moro than the thebest thebest thebest
best timothy thuoth hay hayAlthough hnyAtthU hayAlthough
Although AtthU h much has been written writtenrelntive writtennfatle writtenrelative
relative to the peculiar IH > culiar virtues of ofcorn ofc ofcora
corn c fn iu a general enerfil way it must be said saidthat saidtlUll saidthat
that the commercial importance of ofthe oftLte ofthe
the great rettt king kiu of cereals has been ac accorded acoordld accorded ¬
corded very slow recognition In the theUnited theCnited theUnited
United cStntes ttLtlS corn is the king of ofcereals ofcenul ofcerettk
cereals both in acreage and value of ofproduction ofproduction ofiroluctioil
production More than 80000000 of ofocresareaunnally ofCK ofocres
ocresareaunnally CK ocres rtS ure annually planted in corn cornand cornund cornanti
and a normal yield ield amounts to con considerably cousidembty considerably ¬
siderably more than 2000000000 2000000000b OOO0IOOObushels
b hu bushels = heis which represents rel r e1ts only one onehalf onehRtf onehalf
half the value 81t of the great crop inas inasmuch haasmu inasmuch ¬
much mu b us K the fodder and stalks when whenshredded whenbrooded whenshredded
shredded into stovere a are re much bet better better better ¬
ter than buy 1m for feling purposes purposesNotwithstanding l purlxssesotwithstttading UflJOsesXotwilhtunding
Notwithstanding the fact that corn is isthe isthe isthe
the fouudnliou upon which rests restsAmericRii restsAmcrku restsAinerie
AmericRii atu agriculture and the marvel marvelous lUarl inn rvet rvetoils I Iou ¬
oils ou industrial development devtIoJ lUeut of the thewestern tbew theweFtern
western w tlrn hemisphere hem bI here The cereals cerealsseemingly cprefil5seeUliu cerealsseeminly
seemingly seeUliu Iy unlimited posi posibiiities sibHitit bill ties > s have havebeen h havebeets Yt Ytbe >
been be lt almost t entirely overlooked overk oked until untilwithin untilwithin untilwithin
within recent years Nrs Corn stalks and uudfodder nndfodder andfodder
fodder that formerly were Nt allowed to Uwaste toWtlste towaste >
waste in the fields eld bre re now shredded shreddedinto shreddedinto
into stover which hns no superior as asa ssa asa
a food for meat and milk producing producinganimals lrodu produeinganimal ing inganimuls
animals when all of the > corn stalks stalksare
are saved Hl ed the value aIUt of each annual annualcrop 1muualcrop annualcrop
crop will be increased to totals so soenormous soenormous o oenQrmous
enormous as to arouse the wonder of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the world worldAs
As to the nutritive value of corn
German eh cteniHts ntiyts contend that the theworld theworld theworld
world d dm i s i 1lnr ol f yet realize ts 5 food Oil giv girint givum gi giilte
um capacity CUPUt ty and that knowledge in iuthis inthis inthis
this direction is jut beginning 1e inning to todevelop todtt toit
develop dtt it vela > lnp They jfo n s > far as to predict predicta
a revottion iu the UIt e of eer Clrtul il > dur dtirint durilt duriItt
int the lint I rJt half ludfuf of f the present pr sOljt cen century centur century ¬
tury tur and uutteMfAinifly Unht itftir iltt + iltrIy ly stert U att trt rt that thatcorn thatcorn
corn uill ill mutiune Ittuut to IK l j sire re eminent eminently minentIyrheood ¬
ly Iyrheood he food grnin gr iu of the h wot otld Id In Inuport Irsupport Ir Ensupport
support of this theory the ablest ablestAmerican n ablestAmerican lpst lpstAmericnn
American eonomists also take the tbesame th thSluue thewine
same position posh ion They Tltt stoutly affirm alliruithut stllrmtlmt affirmthat
that corn is the mo mot > t profitable cerea cereath cereal cerenltlht cerealth
th tlht + farmer can an grow row In computinj computinjthe
the value of the corn crop cr p authorities authoritieshave
have estimated Pll t lluued only its grain gli n value valueYiih vullllllt valueWCith
Yiih llt 5010000 SO 00 < K acres u res of corn each eachacre e eachacre ch chacre
acre yielding yieldiuglubout alM ut two tons of fodder fodderand fOIJddand fodderand
and stalks which whi > h when properly propetlyshreddedjis properlyshreddedtis troperlyshreddedI
shreddedjis s more valuable for or feeding feedingpurposes feedingpurposes feeding1ltrpO
purposes 1ltrpO N than th timothy hay that us usually usUully usually
ually sells for upward u wurd of 30 per ton tonit tonit tonit
it is not dillicult to to5t stimvxte lU1te the eiior eiiormoud enolmous enormous
mous loss 1 5 which agriculturists rs must mustsustain mustsustain mustsustain
sustain if they th allow nUn th tbir ir corn fod fodler tOf1del falder
del < and stalks to Ito ro o to artiste uasteThe Wftsulhe artisterho
The McCormick corn binder mnkes inakespossible mnkespossible mnk s spossible
possible the rapid harvesting of corn cornwhich cortiwhich cornwhich
which is uecesssiry nece str in ord ord1 r to > save savethis uvethis Ilethis
this great gl at crop and un the th McCormick McCormickhusker McCormickhusker lcCormiekhusker
husker rind 11 shredder providesn mean meanwhereby mt inetnwhereby > nn nnher
whereby her hy tbe vast Yn t crop cr p can all be beutilized beulilized beUtilired
utilized These machines are comiug comiuginto comiuginto contiuginto
into general g uerrtL use throughout the coun country couotryhere Country ¬
try tryhere where corn is grown and they theyl tlieypay
l pay JiR ay for themselves in one season seasonYours seasonYours seasoitYours
Yours very e1 truly lrul
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