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University of Wisconsin. Dept. of Agricultural Journalism / 22 community building advertisements : use them to bring your bank greater prestige, increased goodwill, more business
([1930])

Harris, Roy T.
Test your cows and keep the best-- PDF (271.2 KB)



I
am Rebeae Week Beginning April 28
Test Your Cows and
Keep the Best!-
                          SELL your culls and feed the rest. Loafing cows
often
    By Roy T. Harris        eat as much feed and take as much time to care
for as
    State Supervisor        hard working cows. We pay for them at every milking
    of Dairy Tests       and feeding time, yet they produce nothing but empty
                          pails.
                            Thousands of Wisconsin farmers are paying for
the
                          privilege of keeping loafing cows and do not know
it.
                          But by joining the local Herd Improvement Association
                          they could easily prevent this costly loss and
make the
                          old herd produce more.
                            I know one farmer in Southern Wisconsin, and
there
                          are many others, who joined his local Herd Improvement
                          Association rather reluctantly because he thought
his was
                          the worst herd in the county. At the time he joined
he
                          was making a very small profit from his herd. Today,
                          his income over feed costs per cow is equal to
the income
                          from three cows kept six years ago when he first
became
                          a member I
                            Just as the Herd Improvement Associations have
                         helped thousands of farmers to make more money,
so your
                         Association helps you . . . Join it.
                                 Another article by Mr. Harris on herd
                                 improvement will appear in an early issue
                    "For Farm Prosperity"
              [Name of Your Bank]
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