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Feeding Farm Animals

1/2 Pounds Gain In Weight Per Day
10 Cents A Hundred For Crushing And The Hauling
3/4 To 1 Pound Of Rolled Barley Or Corn For Each 100 Pounds Live Weight
Alfalfa Grinding
Balanced Rations
Barley For Hay Feeding
Best Breed Of Hogs
Brewer's Grains For Cows
Chopping Hay For Horses
Concentrates And Corn Stalks
Concentrates With Alfalfa
Cutting Corn For Silage
Diameter Height Capacity Diameter Height Capacity
Dry Sorghum Fodder
Essex Rape Or Kale

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Barley For Hay Feeding

Should the barley for hog feeding be rolled, ground or fed whole, dry or
wet? Also, how much should be fed and how often to get best results?

To obtain the best results, the barley should be ground into a meal (not
too fine) and have the hulls screened or floated out. This is best fed
when made into a thick slop. Some good feeders believe in letting it
stand until fermentation sets up, that is, gets a little sour. We prefer
a sweet to a sour feed. However, hogs will do well on either, provided
there is no change from sour to sweet. The change is the bad part. Hogs
should be fed just the amount that they will clean up well, and no more.
A hog should always be ready for his feed at feeding time. We would not
feed oftener than twice a day: night and morning. - Chas. Goodman.

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