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! A Y ,,&apos;s Importance and Care is the most important har- livestock feed. For too long have been the crops most by researchers, crop and plant pathologists. good hay has been a Added to this there is prob- other crop that year af- shows such a high per- of loss from field to feed- have taken hay too much and inquired too httle some hay is much better )thers, and why some is for cattle. Yet very work has shown that the of hay in the diet of dairy and by implication all is more import- real profits that most of heretofore thought of moment livestockdom as a whole a wider undersfanding of good hay, how to get it, )w to keep it. The follow- is hoped, will lead many to ore knowledge of this use- grasses - and legumes adapted for longlirne hay brome grass, timothy, canary grass. Mixtures e make very good feed. are adapted to each Consult your county agent. are the best Iong-llved of the country alfalfa Combinations of grasse lfalfa such as timothy or are advantageous. Other that grow well with al- lay be used in other sect- the country. about alfalfa varieties, stands, wilt-rests- are usually needed. are more winter- than others. New and su- varieties of hay and pas- tops are constantly being the amount of hay directly expos- ed to the sun and permits better circulation of air through the hay. Weather conditions may change the time of raking. 9. W'hat is the maximum per- missible moisture in hay for safe storage mad practical retention of feeding values? a. Long hay: 24% b. Chopped hay: 22% if coarse- ly chopped (4 in. lengths). c. Baled hay: 20 to 24% de- pending on tightness of bales and storage conditions. 10. What is the effect of hay tempeahe upon stored hay? When stored hay heats exces- sively, the carotene content, sugar cantent, and protein digestibility are reduced. In brown and black- ened hay, the dry matter losses may range from 15 to 40% and the overall nutritive losses may be much larger. 11. Does salt help in curing hay? To give any appreciable temper- ature control, salt must be used i in quanities so large that it is harmful to animals. But salt used in moderate amounts may im- prove clor and palability of stor- ed hay. 12. What are losses involved in various means of preserving hay? When hay crops are fully cured in the field, losses in original f*cding value run "all the way from 107; under ideal condHions to total in some instances. In hum- id sections, leaching, bleaching, and leaf shattering account for 1 O .. ;:ses averaging close to 40%. Any method which reduces cur- ing time and leaf shattering will also reduce losses in feeding value. 13. What is the role of hay for winter leading'in the Cram Belt , and other northern areas? In winter rations high quality Tractor engine life can be in- creased by more frequent changes of oil and oil filters during cold weather. You can find dozens of ways of using raisins to make your cook- ing more interesting. January is National Egg Month. Eggs can be prepared in hundreds of ways to satisfy individual and fancy tastes. South Dakota feed lots had 204,000 head of cattle on feed on Jan. 1, 1954---a reduction of 10 per cent from the record 227,00v on feed a year earlier. NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA) :SS: COUNTY OF SANBORN. - ) IN COUNTY COURT In The Matter of The Estate of) Henry Hetland, also known as) Henry H. Hetland, deceased. ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, as Adminis- trator with Will Annexed of the estate of Henry Hetland, also known as Henry H. Hetland, de- ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said decedent, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four (4) months after the first ublication of this Notice, to the undersigned at his residence in Benedict Township, Sanborn County, South Dakota, or file such claims in the office of the Clerk of Courts of Sanborn Coun- ty, South Dakota, and immediate- ly thereafter mail a cJpy thereo t-, the said Administrator With Will Annexed at his post office address of Artesian, South Da- kota. by Registered Mail. Dated this 18th day of January, 1954. Robert H. Hetland, Admin- istrator With Will Annexed. F. D. Richards, Attorney for Ad- miv.istrator With Will Annexed, Woonsocket, S.D. A-11-4t NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, :that sealed bids for the sale of the Northeast Quarter (NEV4) of, : Section 12, in Township 105, North, Range 61, West of the 5th! P. M., Sanborn County, South Da- i kota, to the highest bidder for! ; cash, Bids will be received by thai Seed of hay and pas- hay is an important carrier of the undersigned, until 12:00 o'clock i should be bought by protective vitamins, includingP.M, Saturday, February 6th, ! name. See your county I carotine or pro-vitamin /. It is: 1954. also an important source of vita- This is an unimproved quarter i rain D tin ......... ) section of land, of which 95 acres . o c ut many lamas mgn, are " " i is high quality hay? -r ...... - ..... i under cultwatmn and the made from legumes and 'oU., uucmg cows are i,ttle ,expose</! balance hay and pasture land. i cut at the proper stages me curect rays of the sun dur- i This land is fenced with barb i ing the long winter period this lwire and has a flowing artesian leafy, green in color, value is also important_ wetl. i molds, weeds and dust, i nearly as ....... 14 uru.. : ........... i Terms of sale are 50% of the l v,Lme mac- ,-,-,  ae -,--ence m amount f th high h.    . I  unmam oewm   at time of sale and balance to . ! . ' . . t r  it fumqpo to ,",* j lmlr ad  ode the grafu !prod on delivery o(proler deed l tim ,4,.,h ,,  ....  ) ,+ .,  oi conveyance arm aDszract of : o-=  mr mgm ! .... " ^ ..' title showing good and merehan- . aaa. luu ms.. table titl " _. . _ I Cr .......... I e. xne owners reserver sxage ot development af .... _up_ ymla vs. "r.l.N. ]the right t 9 reject all bids ys oecause the dry matter aa nay 2.5 T. 2,515 $ .64 [ Dated thLs 14th day of January, of the plants increases u- I Corn 50.0 btL 2,212 .78 ) 1954. maturity F ^- +,-- _up ] Oats 50.0 bu. 1,144 1 30 ! George J. Rural, Letcher, T.D.N. Stands for Total Dig's-i South Dakota. W-ll-2t of grass hays, cuttings tire Nutria- be made at the earliest] ns. I " or beginning bloom stage 15. What are "-- i ORDER OF HEARING PETI- ot cut is important with of stor;--!---., me proper ways iTiO N FOR TERMINATION OF although not as emt,cal ! If yostac'your hay ,t should I$OI oTFNsuC2H DAKOTA,, grasses. With alfalfa, the i be put into large well stacked can be made at the stacks. If you bale your hay you stage and second and should store it inside if possible. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. at the three-quarter Building storage for hay will pay Late cuttings should whether you raise the. hay for unless the plant can feed or for sale. If you" pile the grow for about forty bales outside they should be a killing frost, stacked tight and in large piles of legumes and gras- so as to expose the least amount be cut when the of hay to the weather. It pays to are at proper stage of as described above. could field curing of quar cured "under ideal conditions, is high in D, leaf loss is reduced to and the overall feed- is well preserved, un- weather conditions, los, es of over 30 per cent men, with resultant de- w:_ in feeding quality, but sses are no higher than Ied ha, rain damaged. .- w mrtous ar leaf loue re of alfalfa good for 3 nay containing 50% leaves v00ue in tern00 iole protein and total di- ! nutrients, when properly . ton of linseed meal plus COrn and cob meal. acre of ontaining 40% leaves, good hay, there will % ann. of hay. The loss "p, ag " in terms of diges- ]F tein and total digestible ]S, is equal to 500 lbs. of .eal and 200 ll. corn and If the hay which is crop oon-  reaves, only 2 117 tons . _ sO lbs. linseed meal ,. corn and cob meal. the alfalfa hay , e hun regions made in less, leaves, contains put a very good cover on outside piles. 16. Does it pay to lerlili hay Yes, your county agent or fer- tilizer supplier can give you good advise as to the type of fertilizer to use. The yield can be greatly increased with the addition of fertilizer and trace mineral sup- plements. This information was gathered by J. W. Easland through the ef- forts of the following organiza- tions: American Society of Agricul- tural Engineers,  The American Society of Animal Production, The American Society of Agron- imy, American Dairy Science As- sociation, The National Fertilizer Association, National Association of Silo Manufacturers, F a r m Equipment Institute, Soil Science Society of America. American Phytapathological Society, Soil Conservation Society of America, American Society of Plant Phyio- logists, American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, American Plant Food Council, Inc. Due to the fact that this is pri- marily a very goofl hay country this information should be kep and studied. For more informa- tion, call at your county agents office or the Soil Conservation Office. They can give you many ax'e the advan+, of good ideas on all farming prac- hal ---'-- tiees, soil conservation, and fertil- e:stay g hay after it has ization. (eswath for 2 or 3 hours :i me quality by reducing The information furnished W. Easland & Son Deaiens  Alftlfa Hay, Meal and Seed Woonsoeet, South Dakota :SS: COUNTY OF SANBORN. ) IN CIRCUIT COURT, In The Matter of The Termina-) tion of The Estate in Joint) Tenancy of Henry H. Hetland,) deceased. ) Anna Hetland, of Artesian, P. O., Sanborn County, South Da- kota, having presented to and ill-  ed with this Court her duly veri- fied petition for a judgment and decree of this Court judicially de- termining and establishing the fact of the death of one Henry H. Hetland, who is alleged to have died on the 7th day of December, 1953, arid terminating his joint tenancy interest and estate in the following described real property, to-wit: The West Half (WZ/) of Section Two (2), (also described as Lots 3 and 4 and the South Half of the Northwest Quarter (SNWV4) and the Southwest Quaer (SW 4), in Township ne rlundred Seven (107), North, Range Fifty-nine (59), and the Southeast Quarter (SEV4) of Sect- ion Thirty-four (34), in Township One Hundred Eight (108), North, Range Fifty-nine (59), all West of the 5th P.M., in Sanborn Coun- ty, South Dakota. IT IS ORDERED, that Monday, the 8th day of February, 1954; at the hour of two o clock P.M., at the Court Room of this Court, in the Court House, at the City of Woonsocket, Sanborn County, 'South Dakota, shall be and the same are hereby appointed as the time and place when and where said petition will be heard and considered, at which time:any | Madlmm, South Dakots | : )i INSURANCE ALL LINES SEE YOUR Farm e$ Mutual Agent [[ 8ave Insurance Dollars Write or Phone 0306 JOR00 I" edora, 8. D. person interested may appear and weeks prior to the time appointed show cause, if any there be, why for said hearing, and by mailing said petition should not be grant- by regular mail true copies of ed. this Order addressed to said joint tenant at his last known post off- AND IT IS FURTHER ORDER- I ice address, and to his surviving ED, That notice of such hearing co-tenant entitled to the whole el shall be given by publishing a said property by right of surviv- copy of this Order in 'The Arras-, orship upon his death, and to his tan Commonwealth,' a legal iheirs at law, devisees and le- weekly newspaper printed and )gatees, at their respective post published at Woonsocket, in said t ffice addresses, as set forth in County of Sanborn, once each I said petition, at least ten (10) week for three (3) successive.ldays prior to the date of said ( t: Vaelav Uhlik, Czech .Mechanic, his wife,  - ' - ' " .... ; dren, Eva, 4, and Vaclav, Jr., G who eccaFed from communist tyranny ' in a fake armored cr.r xv!=;:h Ub!'!: rcbu'd fre:: a x:-ar-1::-: ,U.:IV scout vehicle he found near his Czechoslovakian borne. 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