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PAROWAN TIMES, PAROWAN, UTAH, APRIL 19, 1956 page 4 Published and Printed at Parowan, Utah each Thursday Robert D. Mitchell, Publisher Judge Named Better Feed For Cows May Be Needed Now Apply Only PAIIOWAIN TIMES Necessary Fertilizer 1 ! For Junior Fat Stock Show i t Cows and heifers may need Home gradeners and home Paul Pattengale, member of owners can save $2 out of better feed during the next the. animal husbandry depart- UUH SIAII PrtSS ASSOCIATE every $3 spent for fertilizers few weeks, cautions Wallace Writ of the Colorado A & M if they buy only the plant nu- D. Sjoblom, Iron County Ft. Collins, Colo., has been Entered as Second Class Mail Matter in the Post Office trients needed rather than get- gent. named cattle judge for the an- at Parowan, Utah, October 27, 1915, under the Act of ting a eomplete fertilizer. This is the time of year nual Intermountain Junior Fat Iron when beef cows show the re- - Stock Show, D. Wallace Sjoblom, March of 1879. 3, Congress County agricultural agent, suits of their winter care and Show officials say that the" Subscription Rates $2.50 per year in advance this has been demonstrat- feeding. Some cows went in- - are highy pleased to have ol says Advertising rates upon request ed by r"search conducted by to the winter in thin condition tained the services of Mr. Pat. the USAC. Mr. Sjoblom says. Law feed tengale due to his ability as A complete fertilizer is a leys around 6000 elevation. n or high milk produc- - a judge of fat beef cattle. supplies Early Hybrids Family Farm material which contains all in growing a big calf may tengale has been on the facul-liav- e o er 1500, Kingscrost KY7, three of the major fertilizer left them low in reserves ty at A & M for a number of 90, or Utahybrid 544 nutrients-r.itrogphosphor of stored energy. years, and is a native of Colo- for a little lower elevation. us and potassium. cows that rado. the are These These will usually yield high According to Dr. Paul D Wade G. Wells, animal hus-in- g Corn is one of the best feed er than the very early hybrids iChristensen. USAC Extension need extra care now as calv- he time says, bandman D. approaches, at the University of out Wallace crops, points Medium Season Hybrid- s- Conservationist, experiments feed Before up, greens grass in Idaho and judge of Iron Moscoy, Sjoblom, County agri DcKalb C81, Kingscrost K3a. have shown that grass lawms is at its (lowest point in caro- - fat hogs at last years Intercultural agent. The silage pro- Ohio C38, Portwalco 100, or in Utah only nitrogen tine content. Poor quality hay mountain, has again been nam. vides a good succulent rough-ag- e Utahybrid 680. These are best fertilizer.require for winter feeding and for most of the main " ed to judge the swine classes If you have a grass lawn valleys the grain is one of the best of Utah. at the junior event scheduled home around the nitfertilizers why purchase more than concentrates. June 7 at the North Salt 100 to a Dr. Late Season Hybrids (50 in fertilizers? pounds) bag buy rogen a on Corn can be grown Funks G91a, Keystone 38, or Christensen asks. He adds of prosphate fertilizer and a Lake Union Stockyards, wide variety of soils and will Portwalco 120. These are rec- market include ammonium bag of nitrogen fertilizer, and Previously announced as mature in all areas except ommended for such areas as nitrate , ammonium sulfate use each where needed. judge of fat lambs is Prof. high elevations with a very St. George, Green River and and urea. for Milton Madsen of the animal Rates of application short growing season. It re- Moab. e lawns should be about one husbandry department at the nitrogen and phosphate. fertilizers on the quires less irrigation water Corn for Grain DeKalb 455, pound of ammonium sulfate Utah State Agricultural Col-pthan alfalfa, but this must be Funks G91, Kingscrost K3a, and calcium meta-Fiel- d 100 square feet of lawn lege in Logan. This rounds tests in Utah have or M pound of ammonium out the judging staff for the supplied through the growing Porwalco 100, or Utahybrid season until about the last of 540. These hybrids will pro- that nitrogen fertilizers on the nitrate per 100 square feet of junior stock show, duce good yields of grain if August. If you want a mixed clover lawn. Apply the nitrogen in Charlie Adams of Artesia, Plant corn in May. The planted early in May in most and grass lawn, apply both the early spring and repeat Continued to Page 3 earlier plantings are usually of the lower valleys of the ket include the various super- the application in mid-su' n.er or whenever the grass best, provided danger of frost3 state. phosphate. is passed by the time the corn' Field tests in Utah have begins to lose its dark green or range cured grass needs Farmers should make arprotein supplement. One lb. comes up. Louis A. Jensen, rangements for seed of the shown that the soils are well color. of concentrate will replace USAC Extension Agronomist, corn hybrid of their choice in supplied wdth potash.. There Where treble superphos- two pounds of hay. is rarely justification for add says the following hybrids order to have phate is used on mixed clover Utah George Henderson, have done well in tests over planting time. ing potash to Utah soils. Buy. and grass lawns, apply apextension State Agricultural the state and are recommenda for fertilizer complete ing proximately one pound per ed by the Utah tate Agricu- A star is beautiful; it affords lawns, then, is just about os 100 square feet of lawn and animal husbanman, maintains ltural College for the various pleasure, not from what is to logical as paying for a grease repeat the application only that feed is good insurance for easy calving. growing seasons: do, or to give, but simply by job and change of oil in the once in two or three years. He says more losses in calvDr. Christensen says, ost This will eliminate any danbeing what it is. Very Early of ing result from small and . Thomas Carlyle car with every tankful gas, ger of burning the lawn. KS6, Utahybrid 330, or cows and heifers than weak 216 for upper val For most economical use of Utahybrid from large calves. d Old bleached or deficA and vitamin hay hand. in Cows hand go iency and heifers need more feed and better quality feed after calving than before. More cattle die from what they dont eat than from any other cause, Mr. Henderson says, eaoin etoin etaoin etainn eta eaoin etoin etaoin etainn eta ipm ; t 4 r u i 1 v , A r" h' ;v ' v :i Pat-tio- Corn For Best Results 4 V 4 a-'- jn Plant Hybrid r i ;! 5 ! . Port-walc- en, -- s Y ! 6-- TAKING TIIE AIR on hla front atop Is Mr. X." a manikin suit and wearing an dressed in a poison is and bacterla-protectiv- e y protective mask, all developed by the Army Chemical Corps In cooperation with the Federal Civil Defense Administration. FCDA now has 32,000 of these masks In production. Except for the lack of boots, he would be perfectly safe even if sprayed with nerve or mustard gas or poisonous germs. An I CI)A, secretary shelter built emerges from the air lock of a gas and germ-proo- f with wood frames and a new fiber diffusion board similar to other wallboard. This material allows air and carbon dioxide to pass In and out while filtering out poison gases and germs. The secretary is wearing a new type $2 civilian protective mask. fcda Photoi extra-capacit- Phos-phot- er mar-phospha- te 4 j Hybrids-Kings-cr- -- stack-burne- Krom where I sit ...ly Joe Slarsh They Travel "In Ctass" Our high school correspondent says that Economics and Geography students are going in for grass roots studying. Theyre going to charter buses and take off on Operation a ten-da- y look at some of the things theyve been studying about. As I remember, it was hard to keep your mind on schoolbooks at this time of year. Todays kids can give in to that old urge to bust out of the classroom with a clear conscience. Wish theyd take me along. From where I sit, it doesnt hurt us adults, either, to get out and sea how the rest of the country lives. We find the typical Americandoing everything from herding cattle to flying planes . . . with everything from steak to chowder for his favorite dish everything from beer to buttermilk for his favorite beverage. 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