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by Warren T. Ferrell Humane Hog Killing Oscar Mayer Co. in its Madison, Wisconsin and other plants will soon begin to slaughter hogs by running them on a belt through a chamber filled with carbon diox- ide gas. They expect to handle 600 hogs per hour by this more hu- mane and efficient method. Baled Silage Baled grass silage is a new ven- ture being tested by agronomists at Minnesota University. They cut the hay, wilt it to 40 percent mois- ture, and then bale it. The bales are stacked on a sheet of plastic which is pulled closely around them and stapled tight. The re- suiting silage is of low moisture content and keeps well, while the bales are easy to handle. Research Aims To Keep Moisture Where It Falls "Stop the run-off! .... Keep our precious moisture where it falls!" Both could be slogans for a re- :search project started in the Uni- versity of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station. Western stockmen are faced with two hard facts: (1) The a- mount of moisture for plant growth controls the amount of fo- rage on the range and can make or break a stockman; (2) The West's moisture frequently runs THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 28, 1957 off the range because it often comes as hard rains or as snow that blows off the flats into drifts on the lee side of hills. Station researchers can't control the climate or weather--but they believe they can find a way to stop more moisture where it falls and to keep it there for growing more grass and other range plants. They have started tests using level contour ridges--sometimes cal- led dikes-on gently sloping range land. The dikes are about 300 feet long and 12 inches high. Each has a sodded break opposite the cen- ter of the dike just to make any run-off spread and go around each dike. Plans call for planting a tall, coarse, faily non-palatable grass on each ridge. Researchers want to see if the grass will help to keep snow from blowing off the range, They are favoring giant wildrye for the job although they are con- sidering other coarse grasses. According to Governor Camp- bell's letters in the Wyoming State Archives in Cheyenne the Sioux Indians on May 10, 1869 made a raid into the Wind River Valley, stole a number of horses and mules, murdered four white men and escaped. In 1871 Cheyenne was the larg- est town between Omaha and Ogden and trains stopped here for thirty minutes for meal stop, according to records in the Wyo- ming State Historical Department. He's the picture of because he romps on WARM SlZGLEI:t GUA.RAI~PrEEB MORE AND Z-IO'I'L'J~R HEAT OVI~B YOTJ]I~ FLOOB8 Enjoy furnoto comfort at o fraction of the cost with the miracle of SIIII NOW IIIIIOLIIR WARMS YOUR FLOORS Air Phone 3-1015 Sundance, Wyo. WISHES on your 2 - 1957 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan Demonstrators 1957 Desoto Fire Flite 4-Door Sedan Demonstrator 1953 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan DeSoto Club Coupe 1951 DeSoto 4-Door Sedan 1951 GMC 1 Ton Truck with Stock and Grain Box 1954 Chevrolet 3-4 Ton Pickup 1951 International 3-4 Ton Pickup AND SEE II Join the fun each week. Fill out the correct name on an entry blank and turn it in right away. One gallon of antifreeze to the winner. 1. Entries can be made on'special entry blanks provided by Tracy Motor Co. OR MAlL YOUR ENTRY on a POST CARD or in an envelope to TRACY MOTOR CO., Sundance. Each week's contest will end each We(i- nesday noon. To aid contestants a large 11x14 inch photo of the MYSTERY PLACE will be posted In the TRACY MOTOR CO. where ballot boxes are 1o- eated. Details are much clearer in these enlarged pictures. After this large photo has been on display one week. TRACY MOTOR CO. will present it ABSOLUTELY FREE to the occupant of the place pictured. A smaller copy of the contest photOZrl~ he correctly identified and posted in TK~ MOTOR CO. following each week's contest. 'J"~/ it will become part of a permanent displaYS,, all the Mystery Air Photos in the Over.all ol- test. The drawing to determine the winner be held in TRACY MOTOR CO. One winner be selected from this drawing and will one gallon of anti-freeze. An additional drawings will then be made and each of will receive a FREE GUEST St to The Sundance Times. Guest subscriber be a resident of Crook county and not now ing The Sundance Times. B "Your International Harvester Dealer" Sundance, Wyo.