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Identifier: meatmilkmoneyhow00croc
Title: Meat, milk and money, how to produce the latter by increasing the former
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Crocker, William G
Subjects: Animal nutrition
Publisher: Minnesota
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
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0 Fat 5.90 RED DOG: Protein 21.06% Carbohydrates 60 11 Ash 3 38 Fat . 6.16 j.t is easy to answer the question, WhyUse Bran ? Because, considering its merits, it is thecheapest concentrated food on the market. Because it is an aid to digestion. Because of its high fertilizing qualities.The United States Census Bureau showedthat in 1000 there were 5,737,3(32 farms inthe United States, and that in 1899 therewas paid out for commercial fertilizers^51,783,757, or $10.00 per farm. Stop buy-ing these comviercial fertilizers and feed-more Bra?i. Its manurial value is worth50% of its cost in the Eastern states and75% in the west. Because it is pure and palatable. Because experience proves that it is apaying proposition. Because the best authorities advise itsuse. Because the most practical feeders use it. Because Agricultural Experimetit Sta-tions w411 tell you that it should constitutean important part of the food ration. Why Use Bran? DONT TAKEOUR WORDFOR IT,.BUTSTUDY THEBUULETINS. 4 ,. ^ 43

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ashburn-Crosby A Mill WE HAVE nearly finished, but wewant to add a few more facts. Wehave spoken of the cow, the man, thefood, and now just a v/ord about the GreatMills that produce this feed. Our plant is the largest and most per-fect in the world; our capacity being greaterthan that of any other Milling Company;namely, 87,000 barrels of flour per day,which means an output of 2,590,000 poundsof Mill Feed per day. Inconceivable as thismay seem, it is not bombast, but actualfact. To make this amount of flour and feedrequires 175,750 bushels of wheat each 24hours and 500 cars to handle the productsin and out of our mills. Were our goodsnot of the very highest quality we certainlywould not need so large a capacity to carefor our constantly increasing trade. If you are not already using our flouryou are missing one of the luxuries of life,and if you are not buying Washburn-Crosby Co.s different grades of Mill Feedyou are not getting the best value foryour money. We candidly admit that wea

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