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Image 540 of Annual report. 1915

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I ‘ U V 7 The Prevention 0 Ho Cholera. 71 . Q — tankage and_d_istillers’ dried grains and, whenever possible, ` , they should be supplied with forage crops, such as green __ »* alfalfa or alfalfa hay. Excellent results have been ob- EQ V tained at the‘Experiment Station by grazing hogs fed corn _ ;, · -_ meal as the chief ration, on young barley, rye, wheat and ,? oats, so that by the use of such crops during the winter and g spring months, foragefor hogs can be secured in this climate , practically the year round.- By reason of its low protein f1§ . - . at ; W #5; .·.' F l.’.. ~?{7-L ·iii *5 i< _ ·;;§L&3§;é¤..€¥ »F’%·€? ’.21r»;_- B v_ A i ,2 ,2:, * · _ ..., yy _.}, ip ’“ `·‘; ;e;;§?f’ e ~ V · A, `.i. iQ?V’YYVZ E *‘”V ' V ·l i tis · ` ' U II I , is; QA r"l£.`izr,§:a— V •,; ` —;’ M J} V . V _`(¤—4 3 ,< · · ,_—·{ fr " #6*} !· l Tg _ ·: _ _. V · ·:·..t¥.> _ 'i`;\ — ` Vi v 3*}.3 lim {L > V" ` p' _ · 7 A Q J RQ V _] ‘ pr I l ' I; ,-. _' . ° ‘· V j , ? I il , I JF`—`—"v}·-‘ZVQ·VV€Y{"il?"' D" *4V° A. if ‘ Vi` J Q,}. ‘ ;;,l.aj`·" ii _ ""‘ · , l l Y E` if : I »·,i·n{V:{`5?`l‘3f :"T`·Va!·'y " ` · A V` ` · Vw ” " *?;`· ii ih * A EV, ‘* ii L ···- A. · , I ` ` · in gixw/Es"§‘_fvi;;§a;'7UFT£9“E > ~ QW; I";] _ "" ·` { 1. 4 ' . * 4 ·—e- — , r li; Q ....._ i V V‘ . l»¤=¤L i ‘ `V ‘ MW i»·..» r if`. ti-l,¢"‘*··~ g- . r · V’.· . is , i:. »-» . i is ·‘·t ’‘.. r or;- ta. · ¢ ..¥— ·· I » .,*· ;‘_p · ¤ ,___,_ J -·¤~»; ,~ ‘ _ 3,, . ly h i;»i{;.§·;~;;~g».i ie; V wj'. y — -. · V . J · ,_ y ·.i— ‘¢··` Q {Q _.‘;°;‘i._*`_Z§!Z?i—:{ " 3,;. f ‘V‘` `i·r: e‘·` .·=: ..l..· 1 ·‘ , ~ vi. ,',. il ,.5 . ‘$;,5.;·`,`· ;€* .-,.-‘_i··*Z’¥¥%;;z¤>¤e~·~ 2.2 -i~· ’»i ~·— ·· ~ · ‘ - l = ~ 1 ··l f ;i?i;f<’g_j _ PLATE 1. Unsanitary hog lot. I content, a ration of corn or corn meal alone is not suitable for the growing pig. It should always be supplemented . with other feeds rich in protein, such as oil meal, tankage, distillers’ dried grains, etc. For further information on the ,34;;, _ feeding of hogs, the reader is referred to Bulletin No. 175 on the growing and fattening of hogs in the dry lot and on ` forage crops, and to Bulletin N 0. 190 on the value of distil- = lers’ dried grains in swine feeding operations, and the value _ ;

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