Dairy Profit

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The Interstate, 1940 - Dairying - 270 pages
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Contents

Chapter Page 1 Where Men Have Vision and Dreams Come True
15
Oxcart Dairying Is Still With Us
23
The Dairymans Guide
30
Maintenance Is the Foundation of Milk Production
38
The Cow Not the Herd Is the Unit of Profit
41
Scant Feed Limits Profit
48
Raising Low Protein Increases Profit
54
Good Housing Protects the Dairy Dollar
61
Over the Top with Alfalfa Pasture
139
Prevent Loss with SecondCrop Alfalfa Pasture
151
Profit from Good Pasture Mixtures
156
PovertyStricken Pasture Land
161
A Championship Pasture Team
168
Cows Give Large Yields on Rich Roughage
174
Chapter Page 26 Roughage Lessons from the West
179
Fill Up Thin Cows with Alfalfa
184

Milk and Money in Herd Comfort
67
The Cow and the Man
72
The Economic Significance of Proportionality
79
Variation of Expense and of Profit Above and
86
low the Average
93
Productions for Profitable Dairy Herds
94
Objectives in SideLine Dairying
99
Profitable Objectives for the Grade Herd
107
The Job of the Purebred Breeder
114
The Basic Requirement of Economical Feeding
122
The Forlorn Cow
126
Give Pasture a Chance
133
Roll Down the Rich Roughage
192
Is Not Nine Pounds of Grain a Day Enough?
198
Smaller Grain Acreage More Good Roughage More Profit
206
Not the Number of Cans but the Number of Cows Required to Fill the Can Determines Profit
213
Profit Milk Tops the Can
217
Proportionality and Economy Indispensable to Top Profit
224
What Shall It Profit a Man?
232
Lifting Life Profits Above the Average
240
Widening Horizons
249
Seeing Life Steadily and Seeing It Whole
261
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