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i Willet Tests G. H. Good, State Veterin- has informed Dr. Port and that a State Veterin- Will be in the county on Oc- 19th and he and the local will make T. B. tests the dairy cattle and the rag- herefords in the county to the county. If you have cattle, registered beef cattle, you would like to have on this program you should the Extension office and Word as to the number of would like to have test- Emphysema is the name of a condi- that kills cattle this time of The condition is brought on cattle are turned from dry on to range where consid- green foliage is standing banks and in meadows. cattle have been lost in area from this con- bulletin number 324 which recently released by the Wy- Agricultural Experiment Mr. O. A. Beath, Research says this about the con- Pulmonary emphysema, a disorder in cattle may, in Years, reach severe proper- In some instances grazing a regrowth of Lactuca Scar- lettuce) has induced of injury. The injury to be correlated with some of deficiency, for it develops that have pastured on a range before moving to their headquarters on irrigated and meadows. Under these certain cattle in a herd feed ravenously upon the lettuce regrowth in pref- to any other green forage. r gram. We are notifying the Grass- hopper Division of the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine that there are some various forms of arsenic on hand in the county. it is anticipated that this division will get a truck to pick up these materials some time this year. If you have any on hand or know of any in your community, please let us know or bring the material in to the Fair Building. Advisory Committee An Advisory Committee has been elected and appointed to assist in preparing Extension Service Coun- ty Programs. Various Farm Bu- reau locals elected a member to this committee from their group and a member was appointed from each of the locals who didn't in- clude this officer in their election. Other members of the committee are County Commissioner Gilbert Brimmer, 4-H Council President, Lena Tauck and Homemakers Council President, Ruth Pickerd. The Farm Bureau local members are Alva - Harvey Davis, Moor- croft - Fred Kummerfeld, New- Haven - Earle Ike Jr., Red Water -- Woodrow Vore, Sundance - Gene Reynolds, Sunny Divide - Bernard Solomon. The committee met at Ray's Cafe in Sundance last Sat- urday. At this meeting they re- viewed Extension work and picked subjects for the various men spec- ialists to discuss or demonstrate in~ their schedule for the coming! year. November 6, 1953, Earl Man- chur will discuss Out Look, Mar- i keting, and Public Policy at a meeting in Sundance at 2:00 p.m. The meeting place is to be dr- .ranged. A film on Outlook or Marketing will be shown. The l Farmers Institute will be held in l Moorcroft on February 8-9. I. W: Slater, dairy specialist, will be in the county on February 25-26. Since most of the dairy business in the county is conducted in the Beulah Community the Red Water Farm Bureau local will be asked to hold a special meeting on the Now About days symptoms of pul- emphysema may develop.IS265*A Week are characterized by weak- and difficult breathing. Post-I ra examinations show the ] tissues to be very much in- I Filtra.matic with almost complete de- of the air-cell tissues Prickly lettuce affects any Lrid either sex of cattle. Ira- with different vaccines been successful The rod- plant seems to be harmless; regrowth appears to lose its upon drying out. Ne ef- method of treatment is A chemical analysis in the bulletin. high potassium, calcium, values look in- but their significance cattle to the plant is uestion. Likewise, it is as to what toxic factors the lung injury in typical cases. species of Bulrush are of contributing to an in cattle similar to, if not with, that induced by lettuce. While no experi- feeding tests have been out on this plant, many cases have been observed clearly associate one or more of bulrush with pulmonary! and under conditions i-i with those referred to un- prickly lettuce. county cattle are still be- by arsenic left over 1936-37 Grasshopper pro- Electric Dryer Model TR-60 $259 75 Cash Price *After small down payment Built-in Filtrator--traps lint--reduces moisture-- ~ eliminates venting o , h i n e r y ,0. CHEYENNE CASPER ROCK SPRINGS 5H[RIDAN Sundance i:iectric Phone 50R9 Sundanee, Wyo. 25th and have Mr. Slater give a discussion on dairy business or production at that meeting. He will also help with 4J-I Dairy Pro- jects in the county while he is here. Kenneth Faulkner, Live- stock Specialist, is scheduled to give a discussion about Dwarfism in Sundance on March 4th. Boyd Ellis, poultry specialist, will visit 4-H project members with the county agent on March 10th. Rob- eft Gilden, Agricultural Engineer and Ted Kobb, Entomologist Spec- ialist are scheduled in the county in April. We are going to attempt to change one of their schedules i so both can be here at the same! time. The date will probably be i Calend~r of Events October 17--4-H Club Achieve- ment Day in Sundance. November 6--Earl ~Manchur in Crook County. He will discuss Outlook, Marketing and Public Pol- icy. November 9--~Northeastern Wy- oming Hereford Association Show and Sale. I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wagner called on their folks Sunday. Stanley helped pick a load of corn. A large crowd turned out for the m White sale Tuesday and things went pretty good. Sunday dinner guests at the Lee Thompson place were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wegaer, Lee Roy Thompson, Chuck Niles and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Music. The Mus- ic's stayed and helped pick corn on the Page Thorne place. Ralph Mills was busy trucking sheep the past week. Art Zimmerschied brought some cattle to his home from Cabin creek. Underwood of Rapid City called at the Hill Crest ranch one day last week. J Saturday, April 17th. According to =s tha, w re draw / at the committee meeting,-Mr. Gil- ~ den will discuss Electricity and Safety and Mr. Robb will discuss Alfalfa Weevil Control. Guy~ Woodward, Irrigation Specialist will be in the county on May 15th when he will discuss the use of fertilizer and irrigation methods, erve the whiskey F. A. Chisholm will discuss rangeI ~ 'I that's"Cheerful management and Weed Control at a meeting n May 17th" He willI ~/.~ attend the Alva Farm Bureau aSits Name" meeting in Alva on the evening of the 18th. Tony Fellhauer will[~ ~~ FULLY AOSD assist with the 4-H Club program] "- '7-- KENTUCKY STRA|OHT on June 14-15 and Otto Edmond-I ~lf ~ BOURBON WHISKEY son will be available for any Hor- ticultural or Gardening work on the 23-24 of June. 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