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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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Feed For Cows








What shall I feed cows when they are fresh and when they are dry!

When they commence to freshen, give some green feed, such as alfalfa or
corn; if possible, also give, say, two or three pounds of barley or
bran, and gradually increase this for two or three weeks until six or
seven pounds of bran or barley is being fed. Also give a small amount of
hay. Bran may be rather expensive feeding and a substitute is being
used. Take four parts of barley to one of bran and mix. With barley at
its low price, this makes rather inexpensive feeding. Another substitute
is to take the chopped alfalfa hay and barley. These are mixed
thoroughly together and moistened. After the cow freshens and gives her
full flow of milk, let her eat all the alfalfa hay she wants. A good
ration is about 15 to 20 pounds of hay, 6 or 7 pounds of barley or bran
and about 10 pounds of roots such as beets or mangels. When the cow is
dry, pasture is the best food, supplemented with some green food.





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