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PAGE4 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 18, 1979 Milmu E. Green unimzUy ~ Aseat, Crook County Water consumption is the s~e mest ~a= f~tor in li~ production and is pazticularly important when livestock water supplies are not of such quality as to be advantageous to proper maintenance. Beef consume m~vhere from 7-12 gallons of water per day, sheep- 1-4, and ~mfme, 3-5. Several per- ticular categories of poor quality water have been re- sesrched to determine their ~ aud effocts on aninml perfommnce. Saline wzS~ and ~ w~r will under certain cir- ~ cause an aninml to be qnito unthrifty from a feed e~cie,~y stendpomt as wull as show~ ~ im- i~cts en ~rt~ty rat~ and animal performance. SaUne or alkaline water can came toxicity ~ ~ex- cessive consumptkm of the w/~. Many times this h~ms becanse the anim~ do no like tbe wst~ or fmd mewWzr~e b~ rmd ~t~y mu~ drink. The aninml then ccummm qnite a brge 8mount of writer and in turn abmrbe enough m~zm~ and salt8 to upset the phymology of thek system. Nitrate poisoning is very common in poor quality water. Tbe ~ by which animals ere usually poohed by nitrates is the nitrate nitrogen is consumed and ~ into nitrites in the digestive system. Due to the unique ruminant sys- tem the nitrates are traus- formed by Dnmmn bacteria much more rapidly than the monogutric system. The nitrites have the capecity to. affect the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood and basically the animal msffo- cares. When is poor quality water toxic? As a general rule of thumb: 1( Saline water can be up to as much as 5,000 ppm but sbeuld baskaUy be in the neighborhood of 100- 3000 ppm for better efficiency; nitrates 100-300 ppm is sccept~le if the feed concentrates and forage are nitrogen fr~. If a producer is aware that the livestock feed which be is using has a relatively high nitrate con- tent, the water should be 100 ppm or below. The University of Wyo- ming has a water testing facilg~y which has been established for the use6 of I~Rdture producers to de- termine seine of the~ var- ious tozidties. Crook County produce~ are certainly urged to use this service to determine their water quality needs. on Rupp Hill early last Thursday. In a game played here Tuesday night the Sundance Bulldogs won 39 to 31 over the visiting Newcastle bas- kethall team. ~ is the local team's second game and second win in this win- mr's regular schedule. The game was with Upton last Tuesday with Sundance coming out winner 33 to 26. Cspt. W'llliam B, Lown, 29, of Spearfmh. has been reported missing in action Jan. 2 in the New Guinea area in a message received by his father, Charles Lown. Capt. Lown is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durfee of Hulett and a nephew of Jay Durfee of Sundance. Mrs. J.F. Moore, wife of the new assistant in the lISA office here, has been hired to teach in tbe Sundance High School, it was announced this week. She is to take the place of Mrs. Sanders B. Clayton, who is at present ~,.h~ng but has resigned. SIXTY YEARS AGO WED., JAN.15, 1919 Dr. and Mrs. Cisrentmch are home from Cbeyene, where the doctor was sub- _poemmd as a witness before the grand jury. Master Charley did not go with his parents, he and Miss Wi/- lim~n mmeining in charge of the home until the latter became ill, when Charley took his temporary abode with his friend, Mrs. Rose Farrell. Military auther~'es have granted the reque~ for the discharge of Sergt. Win. A. Thompson from the service at Camp Knox, Ky., and be is expected home within a fow days. EIGHTY YEARS AGO W~ID:/JAN.18, 1899 The attempt to open up the burning mine of the Dia- mondville Co~ company at Peek ~dville has not been a success. ~ne workmen were only able to proceed to the at the Past second level.of the mine. " Three shifts of men are opening up the mine. . . George Shawler bobs up this time at Spokane, Wash- THU~ ,jY~.A, 1C~974 ~ tS~hedan~cv~t'T&st~_~ ington, where he is engaged in his chosen vocation -- Selected as the new range would extend over nine journalism. Since leaving 'cc~ervation~ for the Bear of the Black Hills National Forest is Ray- mond W, Neiwert, who ar- rived here Jan. 9. Coach Mardell Palmer's Sundance girl cagers con- tinued to roll along in high gear, battering Clearmont 50-6 at Clearmont Saturday night. It was election night dur- ing the monthly meeting Friday of the Sundance Commercial Club and Rich- ard, Hubbard, teacher and motel owner, was elected president for 1974. TEN YEARS AGO THURS., JAN. 16, 1969 Ten Big Horn Sheep were released by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department in the foggy Inyan Kara Mountain area south of Sun- dance early Wednesday. Total sales taxes reported for November in Crook County increased nearly 25 percent over the same month in 1967, according to the Wyoming Department of Revenue. The Sundance Bulldogs halted their losing streak at four games here Friday night, hanging on to score a 47-40 victory over Moorcroft in a Powder River conference basketball game. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO THURS., JAN. 16,1964 blocks, Sundance contractor R.M. Bernd said Tuesday. Alven Reimer, Sundance postmaster, Friday night was elected president of the Sun- dance Commerical Club for 1964. Reimer, vice president for the last two Sears, suc- ceeds Glen Wyatt. Mary Louise Keller was the first baby of 1964 at Crook County Memorial Hospital. She won for her parents many free gifts do- nated by Sundance busi- nessrnen to the first baby of the year. An $80,000 contract to design a fish genetics lab- oratory and other facilities at Ranch A near Beulah has been awarded to the Izramie amhitoctural firm of J.T. Banner and Associates, inc. THIRTY.FIVE YEARS AGO THURS., JAN. 20,1944 Although his truck turned over several times, Harlan Williams was unharmed and his truck only slightly dam- aged after an accident which Sundance Shawler has had a varied experience in Wash- ington and Montana, with the probable result that his departure from Crook County was not the best move of his life. Injuries light in accident Three drivers escaped ser- ious injury last week in ac- cidents investigated by Stat~ Highway Patrolman Wayne Ludwig. Two of the accidents oc- curred Jan. 11 around 11 p.m. on 1-90. In the first, Martian Forrester, Creed, COlo. was westbound at the Inyan Kara interchange. Her car hit the median and flipped over, causing moder- ate damage. She was unin- jured. Shortly after 11 p.m. about four miles west of Sundance on 1-90, a C&R Transfer 18-wheeler with a load of lumber flipped over, spilling A proposed paving project the kmaber and causing ma- jor damage to the rig. Gerald Holzer, Deadwood, driver Of the semi, was taken to Crook County Memorial tbspit~ by the Wyoming Highway Patrol for treat- ment. At 8 p.m. Sunday, Benja- min F. Weaver, Upton, es- caped injury when his car struck a cow on State 116 just across the county line in Weston County. Ludwig said there were 20-25 cows on the highway and Weaver hit a cow gusrdr~, the right side of his cow was later owner Ross Sapp. Ludwig said cited for an expired license. FLORAL, STRIPED TOWELS Sheared o~ ore slde, ~eveme to looped terry A~ and Iong-weodng colton terry 22 x 42" RiG $3.49 .Ist WEEK 2nd WEEK 3rd WEEK 4th WEEK 5fli WEEK 6~ WEEK 71h WEEK 8fli WEEK BATH TOWEL $ 2" WITH S3 PURCHASE 16'x 26" RiG $2.29 HAND TOWEL $I4, WITH S3 PURCHASE 12x12" RiG $1.39 WASH CLOTH WITH $3 PURCHASE 36 x 62" REG $9.49 BATH SHEET WITH S3 PURCHASE 22 x 42" ' |[G $3.49 99 749 - BATH TOWEL S2'" WITH 03 PURCHASE )6 x 26" RiG $2.39 HAND TOWEL $I4, WITH 53 PURCHASE 12 x]2" lEG $1.39 WASH CLOTH WITH S3 PURCHASE 36 x 62" RE~ $9:49 BATH SHEET WITH S3 PURCHASE 99 $74' AT Boyd's Super Market Sundance FEEDS We've got a deal that can't ,be beat! All Grain e.All Natural Protein Feed with Vitamin Aodded. *10700 Delivered i n bulk (cash) 12 ton loads m mm m lwllV STEEN'S FEEDS 10% off on Vigortone Mineral (in ton lots) V~1thJn a 50-mile radius of Belle Fourche, S.D.