The banker-farmer news bulletin
Hulce, R. S.
The Banker-farmer news bulletin. Bulletin no. 20: feeding the dairy calf PDF (2.0 MB)
"I believe if the farmers of the State will make use of the Exchange it will prove one of the cheapest and most satisfactory ways of locating good stock and seeds that have been offered. Judging from the letters that I have received from the patrons to whom I have shipped hogs sold through the Banker-Farmer Exchange, they must be as pleased with the results as I am." V. C. Tiedt, Juneau County. "I have had some dealings with the Exchange and am well pleased. It not only helped me and my neighbors who have bought or sold through the Exchange, but has helped the Holstein breeders Association and the County more than one or two years of hard work on our part." W. C. Katel, Kewau- nee County. "We would like to thank you for the service which the Banker-Farmer Exchange is rendering us. Your department is supplying a real need and we will be pleased to see it grow in popularity and usefulness, as it surely will F do." Ward Brothers, Jefferson County. "I wish to express my satisfaction with the service of the Banker-Farmer Exchange. Last year I sold seed barley through the Exchange and recently you sent me purchasers for my surplus stock. There is a factor in your work that distinguishes it from the ordinary advertising. You seem to reach a fine class of buyers. This is natural for they are men of business habits who are in touch with the banks. Such men know what they want and are satis- fied when they get it." W. J. Dougan, Rock County. "Just a line to let you know how well pleased I am with the manner in which the buyers are being handled here. We have just gotten out the two arloads of Guernseys for the Indiana and Michigan men you sent down and they as all the others went away without a single complaint; on the opposite they have very positive praise for the way they were handled. "I am extremely interested in building up a real staple market for our cattle and am willing to devote considerable time to it. I realize that the buyers must get good cattle at market prices and not be held up for inferior goods, as that would kill it. Mr. Bennett is being very careful to take them to only reliable farmers and he is not easily fooled. I am so well pleased with the way this is going that I want to encourage you in the good work you are doing and to say 'EEP SENDING THEM ALONG, WE WILL TAKE CARE OF THEM IN GOOD SHAPE.'" J. B. Ely, Pewaukee State Bank, Waukesha Co. "Mr. Robert Spencer has sold cattle listed with you. We certainly can gay that Mr. Spencer has had remarkable results from listing his stock with Vou" Bank of Evansville, Rock County, Wisconsin. L~~~~~
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