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V. y I ANALYSES OF OFFICIAL _
I FERTILIZEH SAMPLES ‘
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FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
I A SEMLANNUAL REPORT
SPRING SEASON _
]ANUARY·]UNE. 1957
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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON

 FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
Bruce Poundstone, Head of Department
FIELD INSPECTION
Robert Mathews Otis R. Wheeler Noel J. Howard
Neville Hulette M. M. Davis W. M. Routt
LABORATORY
Harry R. Allen J. A. Shrader Lelah Gault l
Valva Midkiff Gary R. Leslie Norma Holbrook
J. T. Adair Dewey H. Newman, Jr . Robert N. Price
Patricia Idleman
CONTENTS
Page
Explanation of Tables .......................... 3
Companies Represented by Samples Reported in this Bulletin ''''' 4
Table l, - Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizer,
Superphosphate and Fertilizer Salts, January—June 1957 ...... 6
Table 2, - Analyses of Inspection Samples of Rock Phosphate, Basic
Slag, Fused Tricalcium Phosphate, January-June 1957 ...... 68
Table 3, - Analyses of Inspection Samples of Bone, Dried Manures
etc. , January-June 1957 ...................... 69
Table 4, - Boron Analyses of Samples reported as shown on privious
pages ....... . ........................ 70

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1957 3
This bulletin contains analyses of official samples of commercial fertilizers
offered for sale in Kentucky between January 1, 1957 and Jnme 30, 1957.
As in the last two bulletins, Tables 1, Z and 3 of this bulletin are somewhat more
condensed. The names of the manufacturers are abbreviated. Also the name of
the dealer is indicated but the town has been omitted. It is hoped, however, that
sufficient information is given to indicate clearly the company, the fertilizer
plant, and the dealer responsible for every sample. The full names and addresses
of all companies represented by samples in this report are given on page 4 and 5.
Anyone desiring the full address of a. dealer from whose warehousea sample was
taken may secure this information by writing to the Department of Feed and Ferti-
lizer.
EXPLANATION OF TABLES
The information given should be useful to farmers, agricultural workers, and
company representatives to determine how closely a given manufacturer is meeting
the chemical guarantee printed on the bag for all or specific fertilizers. This may
be done by comparing the guarantee shown as the beginning of each listing of sample
with the actual analysis in the columns at the right in terms of nitrogen, available
phosphoric acid, and potash.
An additional means of comparing guarantees with the analysis of samples is in the
percent of relative value found, shown in the extreme right-hand column. The
following examples illustrate how this relative value is calculated:
A 5-10-15 Sulfate fertilizer is guaranteed to contain 5 units of nitrogen, 10
units of available phosphoric acid, and 15 units of potash, Factors for computing
the relative values of these plant foods are: 1 for potash, 2 for available phosphoric
acid and 3 for nitrogen. Thus the combined guaranteed value of the product rep-
resented is calculated:
5. 0 Units of Nitrogen X 3 = 15. 0
10. 0 Units of Available Phosphoric Acid X Z = Z0. 0
15. 0 Units of Potash X 1 = 15. 0
Total computed guaranteed value 50. 0
The same procedure is followed for "found va1ues", Assuming a sample of 5-10-15
was found to contain 5. 1 units of nitrogen, 10. Z units of available phosphoric acid
and 15, 1 units of potash, The relative found value is computed:
5.1 Units of Nitrogen X 3 = 15. 3
10.2 Units of Available Phosphoric Acid X Z = 20.4
15.1 Units of Potash X 1 = 15.1
Total computed value 50. 8
50. 8 (computed value of sample) divided by 50. 0 (compound guaranteed value)
times 100 (to arrive at percentage) gives 101. 6 as the percent of relative
value found.

 4 REGULATORY BULLETIN 141
COMPANIES REPRESENTED BY SAMPLES REPORTED IN THIS BULLETIN
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation Farmers Fertilizer Company
Nitrogen Division Smith Grove, Kentucky
40 Rector St. , New York, N. Y.
Federal Chemical Company
American Agricultural Chemical ce. Starks Bldg. . L¤¤i¤vi11¤. Ksntuck
' 50 Church St., New York, N. Y. _ , _
Fertilerie Corporation of America
American Cyanamid Company W¤1'1¢hi¤g¥¤¤. Ohio
30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N. Y.
Grace Chemical Company
Armour Fertilizer Works Memphis, Tennessee
350 Hart Bldg. , Atlanta, Georgia
Hutson Chemical Company
Associated Cooperative Inc. Murray, Kentucky
312 Montgomery Avenue
Sheffield, Alabama Hydroponic Chemical Company
Copley, Ohio
Bartlett 8: O'Bryan Fertilizer Co.
108 River Road, Owensboro, KY_ International Minerals & Chemical Corp
Lockland Station, Cincinnati, Ohi 
Bluegrass Plant Foods, Inc.
Cymhiana, Kentucky Kentucky Fertilizer Works
222 Cook Avenue, Winchester. Ky. {
The Buhner Fertilizer Company, Inc.
Seymour, Indiana Knoxville Fertilizer Company
Knoxville, Tennessee
Bunton Seed Company ·
300-312 E. Jefferson st. Limd O Nan Wa*=`=h°¤¤°
ccuieviiie, Kentucky S*¤rsi¤» K·=¤¤¤<=*r¤p¤¤n Sales Cvmpanv
Box 246, Montgomery, Alabama
Republic Steel Corporation
Cleveland, Ohio Tri-State Chemical Company
Henderson, Kentucky
_ R¤b¤g0{]¤,¤;jOjg;;Pha*e Company s. s. ssa ssrpmssr
Nashville Tczmessec 525 William Penn Place
’ Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
Ruhm Phosphate & Chemical CO' Valley Counties of Kentucky Cooperative
g1iGa;_d°¤_1§“"°‘ Box 351, Murray, Kentucky
o um ia, ennessee
Schrock Fertilizer Service Virginia-Carolina Chem-ical Corporation
Congerville, lllinois R1°hm°nd' Vu-glma
_ West Kentucky Liquid Fertilizer Corp.
S<=¤¤;7$9hl;$¤;;¤; t nspnssvnrs, Kentucky
in ree
· Benton Harbor. Michigan Zircon Products Company
o. M. Scott 4. sans company I“d“‘“"‘°°h“‘ I“d"““
Marysville, Ohio

 5 REGULATORY BULLETIN 141
TABLE l.—· Analyses of Inspection Samples af Mixed Fertilizers, Superphasphate, and Fertilizer Salts, January»June, 1957
(Analyses deficient mare than one-fourth of one percent and relative volues of 98 percent or less inoicated by asterisk.
Footnotes show amount of excess muriate when sulfate guoranty not met. Boron analyses are in footnotes also).
Sum Ie _ V Available Percent of
N T) Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nitrogen phasphmic Potosh Relcmve
“'" °' Acid vqiue Found
ALLIED CHEMICAL A DYE CORP NIT DIV (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
12 12 12M
2891 GILLISPIE SEED COMPANY 11.9 12.7 13.4 103
3648 GEORGE W HILL L COMPANY 12.4 11.9 12.0 101
4809 HUTSON CHEMICAL COMPANY 122 12.8 13.1 105
4914 CLINTON HATCHERY 11.9 12.8 125 103
16 NITRATE OF SODA
2762 G H BOWLES & SON 16.4 103
4810 HUTSON CHEMICAL COMPANY 16.1 101
33 5 AMMONIUM NITRATE
5201 WARDS SELF SERVICE FEED A SEED 33.4 100
6109 SOUTHERN STATES FRANKFORT COOP 33.7 101
AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL C0
0 20 20M
3532 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE 19.7 195• 98•
3555 FARMERS FEED 4 SUPPLY FARMERS 19.9 19.0• 980 ‘
3965 FARMERS FEED 1 SUPPLY FARMERS 203 192• 100
0 20 2011 WITH 3 LBS 00RAx PER 100 (1)
1695 LEBANON CARRIAGE A IMPLEMENT COMPANY 19.6 20.4 99
3550 DR E ASBURY 20.1 21.1 102
2 12 6M
3461 JOHN A SHEEHAN 2.0 12.4 6.9 105
3 9 6S
3458 JOHN A SHEEHAN 2.B 9.6 6.1 102 .
3 12 12M
484 J W DAVIDSON 3.1 123 123 103
1905 READNOUR FEED A COAL COMPANY 3.0 123 125 102
2727 WOODSON LEWIS 3.1 12.0 12.5 102
3457 JOHN A SHEEHAN 3.0 12.8 12.0 104
3496 DAVE MCNUTT 2.9 12.6 125 103
3531 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE 3.1 12.0 132 103
3553 FARMERS FEED A SUPPLY FARMERS 2.9 12.9 12.7 105
3559 SAM LITTON JR 32 12.5 122 104
3581 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 3.1 12.5 12.4 104
3583 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 3.0 12.5 125 104
3603 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 29 12.1 12.5 101
3671 JOHHNYS PARKVIEW MARKET 3.1 12.6 122 104
3868 J W SETTLE FEED STORE 3.3 12.4 12.6 IOS
3872 HALTERS & THOMPSON 2.9 12.6 11.9 102
6026 READNOUR FEED A COAL COMPANY 2.9 12.6 123 103
6092 LEBANON CARRIAGE ( IMPLEMENT COMPANY 3.1 12.1 1120 99
6104 J H MCCLURE & SONS 3.1 12.0 12.5 102
4 12 BM
460 MCDONALD HARDWARE 3.8 12.8 7.5• 101 `
592 FREEMAN YOUNG FARM SERVICE 4.1 123 8.0 102
680 COFFEYS STORE 4.0 12.0 8.1 100
743 BAUCHMAN MILLING COMPANY 3.9 125 83 102
1705 MAYS HELM L COYLE 3.9 122 8.6 102
1996 LEBANON CARRIAGE 4 IMPLEMENT COMPANY 3.9 123 8.1 101
2729 WOODSON LEWIS 4.0 12.5 8.1 103
3446 MILLERSBURG COAL L LUHBER COMPANY 42 13.0 B.1 101
3455 JOHN A SHEEHAN 3.9 123 82 101
3527 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE 4.0 13.0 8.0 105
3651 J H FEDDERS INC 42 122 8.1 103
6027 READNOUR FEED I COAL COMPANY 4.0 122 8.4 102
(I) SEE BORON TABLE » PAGE 70

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZEF. LN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1957 7
TABLE I.- Analyses of Inspection Sumples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphute, and Fertilizer Salts, .lunuary·June, I957
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth of one percent and re'¤tive values of 98 percent or less inclicated by asterisk,
Footnotes show amount at excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron analyses are in footnotes also).
· _ Available Percent of
$°'"F"° Mqnurqctum, Grade, From whom Obtained rwrogen phospho.: r>¤t¤$h Rglume
"'“""’°' Acid value round
AMERICAN AGRI CHEM CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
 
4 12 8S
1694 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 3.9 13.1 8.4 (I) 105
1723 PATTERSON I GUTHRIE 39 12.5 8.8 104
3387 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 4.0 12.7 8.1 103
3395 WOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 4.j 12.4 8.7 105
3460 JOHN A SHEEHAN 35 12.4 8.0 101
4 16 16M
3582 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LEXINGTON 3.8 165 16.9 102
5 10 15S
459 MCDONALD HARDWARE 4.8 10.6 14.8 101
483 J H DAVIDSON 4.9 105 15.0 101
675 E J VANHOOK 49 103 15.0 101
681 COFFEYS STORE 4.7• 10.6 14.8 100
684 J H DAVIDSON 4.6• 106 145• 99
1598 MARTIN I RANSDILL 4.70 11.0 14.5• 101
1659 WALTERS I THOMPSON 4.9 10.1 155 101
1706 MAYS HELM I CDYLE 5.0 10.6 16.2 105
1707 MAYS HELM I COYLE 4.9 103 15.0 101
1724 PATTERSON I GUTHRIE 4.8 10.6 14.8 101
1744 MCCAULEY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 4.9 10.4 15.0 101
1906 READNOUR FEED I COAL COMPANY 4.9 10.0 15.0 99
1914 HOHARD MILLER 4.7• 10.4 14.1• 98•
2769 WOODSON LEHIS 4.9 105 155 102
3389 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 5.0 103 16.0 103
3391 WOOD}-`ORD SPEARS I SONS 5.1 10.6 16.1 105
3392 WOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 5.0 102 152 101
3418 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 4.8 10.8 14.9 (2) 102
3443 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER COMPANY 4..9 105 15.1 102
3444 MILLERSBURC COAL I LUHBER COMPANY 4.9 11.3 15.0 105
3456 JOHN A SHEEHAN 4.9 10.8 15.6 104
3495 DAVE MCNUTT 4.9 102 15.6 101
3669 ROBERTS BROTHERS 4.7• 105 14.8 100
3734 DUNCANS FARM SERVICE 5.0 10.7 153 103
6028 READNOUR FEED I COAL COMPANY 4.7• 10.5 145• 99
6094 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 4.7• 10.1 15.0 99
6103 J H MCCLURE I SONS 4.9 10.0 155 100
6141 WALTERS I THOMPSON 5.1 105 153 103
6 6 18S
1743 MCCAULEY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 5.9 7.1 17.9 104
1846 J H SETTLE FEED STORE 6.0 65 19.0 104
3393 HOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 5.8 73 1720 103
3442 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER COMPANY 5.7• 73 17.6• 103
3529 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE 5.8 73 17.9 104
3851 HCCAULEY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 6.1 6.4 18.1 103
6 8 6S
485 J H DAVIDSON 4.9t 10.1 62 (3} 103
843 HOODSON LEHIS 62 8.4 63 104
1848 J W SETTLE FEED STORE 6.1 8.6 6.1 104
3388 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 5.6t 85 65 101
3394 HOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 5.5• 8.6 6.6 101
3459 JOHN A SHEEHAN 5.5• 8.9 6.7 103
3584 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 5.9 9.1 62 105
3673 JOHNNYS PARKVIEN MARKET 62 8.7 62 106
6093 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 6.0 8.6 5.8 103
6110 J W SETTLE FEED STORE 5.9 8.0 6.1 100
6 10 4M
3654 J H FEDDERS INC 5.9 10.4 43 102
6 12 12M
461 MCDONALD HARDWARE 6.0 122 12.4 101
676 E J VANHOOK 5.9 12.0 122 100
693 CHRISTOPHER FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY 5.8 12.4 12.0 100
1722 PATTERSON I GUTHRIE 5.8 126 122 101
3390 HOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 5.9 125 12.1 101
3530 L F HELLMAN HARDWARE 62 12.1 12.8 103
3580 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LEXINGTON 6.0 12.6 122 103
3670 ROBERTS BROTHERS 5.7• 13.1 11.0• 101
(1) EXCESS MUPJATE E¤uxvA1.1·:N·r T5 T, sq,  
(Z) EXCESS MURIATE EQUIVALENT TO U. 4%
(3) EXCESS MURIATE EQUIVALENT TO 0. 8%

 g REGULATGRY BULLETIN 141
TABLE l.- Analyses of lnspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilixer Salts, January-June, 1957
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth of one percent ond relative values of 9B percent or less indicated by asterisk.
Footnotes show amount of excess rnuriote when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron onolyses are in footnotes also).
Sc I _ Available Percentof
N ml; Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nitrogen phasphmic Potash REIGHVE
“"‘ ' Acid v¤¤ue»=¤ur.d
AMERICAN AGRI CHEM CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
10 6 4M
3653 J_H FEDDERS INC 99 65 4J 103
10 10 IOM
1742 MCCAULEY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 9.7• 10.9 102 102
1847 J H SETTLE FEED STORE 10.0 102 105 102
2728 HOODSON LEHIS 1OJ 110 102 104
3447 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER COMPANY 93 105 102 103
3528 L F' HELLMAN HARDWARE 10.0 10.7 102 103
3554 FARMERS FEED I SUPPLY FARMERS 10.0 10.7 10.7 104
3579 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LEXINGTON 10.1 10.4 10.1 102
3668 ROBERTS BROTHERS 9.4• 11.9 93t 102
9012 L F HELLMAN HARDHARE 9.5• 105 10.1 99
18 SUPERPHOSPHATE
844 HOODSON LENIS 182 101
1696 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 183 102
3578 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LEXINGTON 182 101
3672 JOHNNYS PARKVIEN MARKET 15.8 104
50 SULFATE 0F' POTASH
3585 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LEXINGTON 51.0 102
60 MURIA TE OF POTASH
3577 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LEXINGTON 50.0 100
AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY
21 CALCIUM CYANAMID
4702 HARRALSON SEED COMPANY 21.4 102 .
33 5 AMMONIUM NITRATE `
1666 MOLLIE GRAVES 33.S 101
2748 B A THARP 33.9 102
3445 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMEER COMPANY 33.8 101
3735 SOUTHERN STATES GEORGETONN COOP 33.5 100
4700 HARRALSON SEED COMPANY 33.6 100
ARMOUR FERTILIZER HORKS
0 14 7M
2950 H G ALDRIDGE GROCERY 14.1 8.1 104
O 20 2OM
378 JOHN ADAMS 202 19.9 101
418 H C BLAIR 19.0• 1B.4• 94•
584 DENNIS CORNETT 19.6 20.0 99
705 H C BLAIR 19.9 19.6 99
_ 801 BIG FOUR FEED I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 20.0 202 100
816 GLASGOH TRADING CENTER 20.0 l9.6 99
949 HARDIN COUNTY MILLING COMPANY 20.1 20.1 101
1601 TRIMBLE COUNTY FARM BUREAU 20.3 19.8 101
1625 IRA BEST 19.6 20.4 99
1684 JEHELL I HAYDON HARDWARE 20.0 19..9 100
1773 SMITH CARRICO 18.5• 19.6• 94•
1977 T F KEENE I SONS 20.8 19.0• 101
2989 FARMERS MILL I SUPPLY CO BROHNSVILLE 19.7 195l · 98•
3498 J F BERTRAM I SON 19.1• 21.2 99
3522 LOUISA SUPPLY COMPANY 19.5 20.4 99
3617 BRENT I COMPANY 19.7 20.0 99
3638 H C DICKENS 20.0 19.5• 99
3825 HENSLEY I SON 19.4• 205 99
4698 HUNT BROTHERS 18.1• 17.6• 90•
5039 KUTTAHA MILLING COMPANY 18.6l 20.0 95•
5042 BIRMINGHAM MILLING COMPANY 15.8• 14.5• 77•
5091 HALLACES HARDHARE 17.5• 172• B7•
5186 HAL SMITH 1850 17.4• 91•
8080 FEOPLES FARM SUPPLY 193• 192• 96•

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1957 9
TABLE l.-- Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, l957
(Analyses deficient mare than one-laurth of one percent and relative values of 98 percent or less inclicated by asterisli.
Footnotes show amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Baron analyses are in footnotes also,.
Available Percent of
Sqmple Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nitrogen phosphoric Potash Relunye
"*“'"*’°' Acid v¤i..e Found
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
O 20 20M WITH 5 LBS BORAX PER IOOU)
1978 T F KEENE I SONS 20.3 1690 96•
O 25 25M
3661 BI COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE 23.60 255 970
9013 BI COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE 2330 25.2 96•
2 12 6M
2760 GLASGOW TRADING CENTER 23 12.1 6.8 105
2972 N T NUCKOLS 2.3 119 6.1 102 `
8040 CAVE CITY COAL I ICE COMPANY 2.0 11.9 6.3 100
3 9 6M
379 JOHN ADAMS 3.4 9.5 75 111
441 GIBSON PRODUCE COMPANY 3.0 8.60 6.3 980
521 JOE LOVETT 29 9.4 6.7 104
523 JELLIC0 GROCERY 3.3 92 6.6 106
528 WILDERS STORE 3.5 10.2 7.5 116
530 TRI STATE WHOLESALE 32 9.4 6.7 106
635 COOKS GROCERY I FEED 32 9.7 6.7 108
671 HACKNEY HARLAN COMPANY 3.6 9.2 6.5 108
673 MARTIN WHOLESALE GROCERY 2.9 92 6.0 100
961 CARL HAGMAN 2.8 9.1 6.4 100
1942 FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY BEDFORD 2.8 8.70 6.1 970
1965 SMITH I JACKSON .3.1 9.4 6.7 105
3465 FRANK L HINTON I SON 4.7 12.3 9.8 147
3516 VIRGIL STALLARD 33 9.4 7.0 108
3524 LOUISA SUPPLY COMPANY 3.4 9.6 7.0 110
5040 KUTTAWA MILLING COMPANY 3.1 B.4• 7.1 101
5189 LAWN I GARDEN CENTER 3.0 9.4 6.4 104
7002 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY WILMORE 3.0 850 6.8 99
8057 NEWMAN BLACKWELL 3.1 99 7.6 111
V 3 9 IBM
5157 A C BUTTS I SON 3.3 9.4 14.70 960
3 9 IBS
B217 NEWMAN BLACKWELL 39 99 15.40($-'l104
3 12 6M
409 MACK EMERSON STORE 3.1 12.4 6.1 103
419 W C BLAIR 3.4 11.7 65 10.3
438 GIBSON PRODUCE 3.1 12.4 6.7 105
476 B C NORRIS 3.3 12.4 7.5 108
508 C E HERRIN 3.0 125 6.0 103
527 WILDERS STORE 32 12.2 6.8 113
620 C F MULLINS 3.1 11.9 6.4 101
634 COOKS GROCERY I FEED 29 1120 6.4 960
636 ANDERSONS GROCERY 3.1 12.0 6.6 102
661 TRI STATE WHOLESALE 3.1 11.9 6.3 101
688 ROBINSON MILLING COMPANY 3.1 11.30 75 101
914 EARL FROEDGE 3.0 119 6.0 99
1784 HARRY D ELLIOTT 3.0 12.0 6.8 102
1918 JACOBS COAL A TRANSFER COMPANY 3.1 13.4 6.8 110
1940 FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY BEDFORD 3.1 12.3 6.1 103
2757 GLASGOW TRADING CENTER 3.1 12.4 69 105
2969 N T NUCKOLS 32 11.9 62 102
3462 FRANK L HINTON I SON 3.0 119 6.6 101
3512 C A RAEOURN & SONS 3.3 125 75 109
3616 BRENT I COMPANY 33 119 6.7 104
3646 KELLER HAY A GRAIN COMPANY 3.0 1120 6.3 970
3699 EWEN I PALMER 3.0 11.7 62 99
3788 GOODLOE HAYS 3.1 11.40 6.5 99
3838 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY EMINENCE 29 12.1 6.1 100
3992 C A RABOURN I SONS 3.3 12.4 7.5 108
4910 AUSENBAUGH HATCHERY 3.4 11.9 62 103
4986 SALEM FEED I SEED COMPANY 33 12.1 63 104
5092 WALLACES HARDWARE 3.1 12.1 6.4 102
5172 BURNA FEED COMPANY 3.1 119 6.6 102
· 5202 FELTY PRODUCE COMPANY 2.9 119 6.8 101
6143 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY EMINENCE 3.0 119 6.5 101
8083 PEOPLES FARM SUPPLY 3.1 11.9 6.8 102
 
7 (1) SEE BORON TABLE - PAGE 70
(Z) EXCESS MURIATE EQUIVALENT TO 1.3%

 10 REGULATORY BULLET1N141
TABLE l.—~An¤lyses of lnspectinn Samples af Mixed Fertilizers, Superphcsphctte, and Fertilizer Salts, Junuury-June, l957
n I s s eficient more than one-fourth af ane percent and relative values at 98 percent ar less indicated by asterisk
l:/ga?-1;t:s ihcw amaunt af excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met Baron analyses are in loatnates also).
Available Percent at
5°mpl° Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nitrogen phosphoric Pctash Rehmye
Number Acid venue Found
ARMOUR FERMLIZER uomrs C0/v1‘1NuED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
3 12 12M
410 MACK EMERSON STORE 3.1 11.9 122 101
:é6 P; C ,8/LAIR 3.0 11.5; 1é.g• 99
4 C ORRIS 3.5 11. I . 100
482 JASPER PRODUCE 3.1 11.8 12.1 100
815 GLASGOH TRADING CENTER 3.1 12.0 11.1• 99
956 ALLEN COAL SERVICE 3.0 12.1 122 101
1611 PRENTISS MARTIN 3.3 12.1 12.0 102
1661 T G SMITHER 3.0 11.9 12.2 100
1778 SKELTONS GENERAL STORE 32 125 122 104
1860 LAMAR YANCEY 2.9 11.9 125 100
1926 HALTER BURK 3.4 11.7 12.0 104
1931 NORTH PLEASUREVILLE FARM SUPPLY 2.9 12.4 12.0 101
2734 JAMES H SHARP 3.0 12.0 12.0 100
2809 IDEAL HARDHARE 33 12.0 12.0 102
2823 TRUMAN HOLLINSHORTH I COMPANY 3.3 11.9 12.4 102
2897 SHIPP I HEDGEPATH 2.9 123 12.6 102
3397 BRENT I COMPANY 32 12.1 12.6 103
3467 FRANK L HINTON I SON 33 12.0 12.7 104
3474 J C EVERETT COMPANY INC 3.1 12.1 12.1 101
3644 KELLER HAY I GRAIN COMPANY 35 11.9 13.0 103
3662 SAM RYLE 3.4 125 125 106
3769 HENDERSON I HARDY COMPANY 32 123 11.9 102
4674 HENDERSON FEED I COMMISSION COMPANY 3.1 12.0 12.4 102
4970 M F` BRYANT I SONS MILLING COMPANY 32 11.5 11.9 100
5190 LAHN I GARDEN CENTER 2.5 11.5 11.7 97•
’ 6014 PRENTISS MARTIN 3.1 11.7 13.7 103
8038 CAVE CITY COAL I ICE COMPANY 3.4 11..9 12.0 102 .
8207 LILLY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 2.9 11..9 11.9 99
3 I2 12M PESTICIDE
585 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY NHITESBURG{ll 33 11.7 12.1 101
8198 CANEYVILLE ROLLER MILLSli’} 3.1 12.0 12.0 101
4 8 12S
1699 SPRINGFIELD FEED I GRAIN COMPANY 3.7• 8.8 12.4 1XKn 103
4 12 4M
3876 BROOKS SERVICE STATION 32• 113• 92 104 _
4 12 8M
406 LLOYD KING 4.1 12.3 82 103
411 MACK EMERSON STORE 3.8 11..9 7.5 98•
420 H C BLAIR 3.8 11.9 8.8 100
499 GIFSON PRODUCE 3.9 125 8.1 100
4 O CO FEYS STORE 43 12. 8.9 104
480 JASPER PRODUCE 4.1 12.1 8.6 103
525 STEHARTS SUPER MARKET 3.8 12.0 8.7 100
533 G C CORNETTE 3.9 123 83 101
622 C F MULLINS 4.1 122 8.1 102
637 ANDERSONS GROCERY 4.1 123 8.5 103
769 HUDSON FEED MILL 4.0 11.9 8.1 100
853 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY HODGENVILLE 4.1 12.0 83 101
894 SEHELL I COMPANY 4.1 1I3• 8.1 98•
913 EARL FROEDGE 3.8 12.0 8.1 99
933 M G PRUI TT IMPLEMENT COMPANY 4.0 12.4 7.9 102
948 PEOPLES SUPPLY COMPANY 3.9 123 8.0 101 .
962 CARL HAGMAN . 3.8 12.1 8.0 99
973 STENART I COMPANY 3.8 12.0 8.1 99
1615 PRENTISS MARTIN 4.1 122 9.0 104
' 1941 FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY BEDFORD 3.5 12.1 83 100
2690 SHIPPS SEED HOUSE 3.9 113 8.4 100
2723 N T NUCKOLS 4.0 12.7 8.0 103
2761 GLASGOH TRADING CENTER 4.0 12.0 8.9 102
2811 IDEAL HARDHARE 4.0 12.0 8.6 101
2822 TRUMAN HOLLINSNORTH I COMPANY 4.0 122 82 101
2870 PEOPLES FARM SUPPLY COMPANY 4.1 11.5• 83 99
2898 SHIPP I HEDGEPATH 42 12.1 8.1 102
2903 PAUL CARTER 42 12.5 85 105
2910 G M HAYCRAFT I SON 4.0 12.1 8.1 101
2949 H G ALDRIDGE GROCERY 4.0 11.9 8.1 100
2970 N T NUCKOLS 3.9 11.7 8.0 98•
2986 AYRES SEED I FERTILIZER 3.8 123 8.0 100
2988 FARMERS MILL I SUPPLY C0 BROHNSVILLE 4.0 122 8.1 101
3449 BRADLEYS GROCERY 4.0 12.4 8.6 103
3453 PENDLETON COUNTY MILLS 4.0 125 8.4 103
 
(zl A1.¤1uN GUARANTEED 0.50% ----- FOUND 0.48%
(3) EXCESS MURIATE EQUIVALENT TO O. 5%

 - COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1957 ll
TABLE l.- Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilixer Salts, January-June, l957
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth of one percent and relative values of 98 percent ar less indicated by asterisk
Footnotes show amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron analyses are in footnotes also).
Sqmple V V Available Percent of
Number Manufacturer, Grade, From Wham Obtained Nitrogen phosphmm Potash Relmiye
Acid Value Found ,
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
4 12 BM CONTINUED
3472 J C El/ERETT COMPANY INC 4.1 11.9 8.7 102
3514 VIRGIL STALLARD 3.9 12.4 @.1 101
3539 H C DICKENS 4.1 11.9 5.3 101
3640 JOE BEZOLD 4.3 11.9 8.7 103
3530 ANDERSON L SPILLMAN 42 122 82 103
3539 HATKINS BROTHERS 42 123 8.4 104
3544 JOE BUSH FARM SUPPLY 4.1 122 8.4 103
4770 GALLOHAY SEED COMPANY 3.9 11.7 8.0 98•
. 4813 ROSS FEED COMPANY 4.0 11.9 8.4 100
4899 HUNT BROTHERS 4.0 125 7.8 102
5055 V G SMITH 43 115• 82 100
5203 FELTY PRODUCE COMPANY 3.9 12.0 8.0 99 .
6015 PRENTISS MARTIN 4.0 11.9 9.0 102
5040 NORTH PLEASUREVILLE FARM SUPPLY 4.0 122 8.6 102
- 5053 HENDERSON I HARDY COMPANY 3.9 12.0 82 100
7001 FARMERS SUPPLY STORE NILMORE 4.1 12.0 8.9 103
5022 FORBES HARDWARE COMPANY 4.0 11.7 8.1 99
8OE2 FEOPLES FARM SUPPLY 3.9 12.0 8.8 101
8108 ADAIR MILLING COMPANY 45 122 8.6 106
8172 K E PRUI TT STORE 4.0 11.8 83 100
4 12 8S
481 JASPER PRODUCE 4.1 11.50 8.1 99
1613 PRENTISS MARTIN 42 122 82 {1) 103
1765 COLLINS HARDHARE 4.1 12.0 52 101
1919 JACOBS COAL { TRANSFER COMPANY 43 133 8.1 108
1936 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY EMINENCE 4.1 12.4 83 103
1963 SMITH I JACKSON 4.4 12.1 8.1 103
3862 JACOBS COAL I TRANSFER COMPANY 4.1 12.4 8.3 103
6036 SIM SMITH 43 12.4 8.7 105
4 16 15M
506 C E HERRIN 4.1 155• 15.8 99
1757 GEORGE FREND JR 4.1 16.8 16.1 103
4771 GALLOHAY SEED COMPANY 4.0 15.1• 15.7 97•
8194 G H HAYCRAFT A SON 4.0 15.7 16.3 100
8232 UPTON SHEET FEED MILL 3.9 15.5• 16.4 99
4 16 16M PESTICIDE G)
909 METCALFE COUNTY FARMERS SUPPLYl' 42 15.8 15.9 100
4 24 12M
813 GLASGOH TRADING CENTER 43 24.5 12.1 103
2510 IDEAL HARDHARE 4.1 23.7 12.0 100
5 10 5M
412 MACK EMERSON STORE 45I 9.8 5.7 100
1725 FRED BENNETT 5.1 10.8 5.5 106
1755 FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY BEDFORD 4.9 105 5.5 103
1779 SKELTONS GENERAL STORE 4.8 10.6 5.7 103
2948 SKIDMORE HARDHARE COMPANY 4.8 10.3 55 101
2955 LANDERS HARDWARE COMPANY 4.5• 10.1 5.4 98•
3396 BRENT I COMPANY 53 10.6 6.3 109
3452 PENDLETON COUNTY MILLS 4.9 103 5.8 103
3490 BUTLER LUMBER - COAL COMPANY 5.1 102 5.8 104
3497 J F BERTRAM L SON 5.1 10.9 5.4 106
3519 C R KISER I SON 53 103 62 107
3543 J T LAHSON HARDWARE COMPANY 5.1 9.9 6.0 103
3666 SAM RYLE 5.3 10.6 5.7 107
4779 CALLOHAY SEED COMPANY 45• 102 6.0 100
4828 THURMONDS MILL 45• 9.9 52 96•
4987 SALEM FEED I SEED COMPANY 4.8 10.0 55 IO0
5 10 5S
2813 IDEAL HARDHARE 4.?• 9.7 8.7 ..1) IO6
s 10 IOM
417 H C BLAIR 4.8 10.6 10.7 103
500 HILLOUGHBY SUPPLY COMPANY 4.8 102 10.5 101
529 HILDERS STORE 52 10.7 102 105
532 C C CORNETTE 4.B 10.4 10.4 101
542 HACKNEY HARLAN COMPANY 4.9 102 103 101
570 CHRISTOPHER FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY 9.8 10.1 102 133
(1) EXCESS MUMATE EQUIVALENT T0 O. 9%
(Z) ALDRIN GUARANTEED 0.50% ----- FOUND 0.52%
` (J) EXCESS MURLATE EQUIVALENT TO 3.7%

 12 REGULATORY BULLETIN 141
TABLE l.— Analyses af Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, l957
(Analyses deficient more than one»f0unh of one percent and relative values af 98 percent or less indicated by asterisk.
Footnotes show amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron analyses are in footnotes also).
Available Percent of
:°ml;l° Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nitrogen phosphoric Patash Relmh/E
um er Acid Value Found
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
5 10 10M CONTINUED
580 CORNETTS MARKET 5.0 10.0 10.1 100
642 GRANT REED 4.7• 10.4 10.1 100
672 HACKNEY HARLAN COMPANY 4.9 10.4 10.0 101
932 M G PRUI TT IMPLEMENT COMPANY 4.9 103 99 100
955 ALLEN COAL SERVICE 5.0 99 9.9 99
972 STEHART I COMPANY 4.8 10.4 10.0 100
1831 HENDERSON I HARDY COMPANY 5.1 106 10.7 105
1917 JACOBS COAL I TRANSFER COMPANY 4.9 10.6 9.7 101
1955 ELBERT ROSE 5.0 102 9.6• 100
2868 PEOPLES FARM SUPPLY COMPANY 5.1 102 102 102
3454 PENDLETON COUNTY MILLS 4.7• 10.5 10.1 100
3463 FRANK L HINTON I SON 5.1 10.5 113 106
3469 J C EVERETT COMPANY INC 4.9 102 10.6 102
3511 C A RABOURN I SONS 4.9 10.0 106 101 ·
3642 KELLER HAY I GRAIN COMPANY 49 10.4 102 102
4676 HENDERSON FEED I COMMISSION COMPANY 4.8 10.6 10.0 101
4911 AUSENBAUGH HATCHERY 4.9 10.0 10.0 99
4971 M F BRYANT I SONS MILLING COMPANY 4.9 9.9 10.2 99
5044 GORES STORE 4.7• 10.1 9.6• 98•
5136 KUTTAHA MILLING COMPANY 4.9 10.1 102 100
7011 ANDERSON GROCERY 4.9 11.4 10.8 107
8078 PEOPLES FARM SUPPLY 49 9.9 102 99
8201 CANEYVILLE ROLLER HILLS 4.8 10.0 10.4 100
5 10 10S
421 W C BLAIR 4.8 10.5 9.9 101
440 GIBSON PRODUCE 5.1 10.6 105 (1) 104
4994 HAMILTONS FEED MILL 4.8 105 106 102 .
5158 A C BUTTS I SON 4.1• 103 102 96•
5191 LAHN I GARDEN CENTER 5.3 10.8 11.4 (2) 109
5 10 15S
359 WILLOUGHBY SUPPLY COMPANY 5.0 102 15.4 102
407 LLOYD KING 59 10.3 15.1 107
408 F 8 MARKSBURY 4.9 102 15.1 100
472 COFFEYS STORE 5.0 102 15.4 102
475 B C NORRIS 4..9 105 15.0 101
507 C E HERRIN 4.8 10.0 15.0 99
722 GIBSON PRODUCE 4.9 102 14.9 100
766 HUDSON FEED MILL 4.5• 10.5 15.2 99
879 ADAIR MILLING COMPANY 5.0 102 149 101
887 U L ROGERS I SON 5.1 10.0 15.0 101 l
893 SEHELL I COMPANY 5.0 10.0 152 100
960 CARL HAGMAN 4.9 10.0 15.6 101
974 STEHART I COMPANY 4.5• 115 13.9s 101
1600 RALPH BERRY 45• 10.8 15.1 100
1609 HENRY NORTHCUTT 49 10.1 15.1 100
1663 T G SMITHER 4.7• 106 15.7 102
1669 EUGENE WISE 49 9.9 16.5 102
1672 R E MILLS 49 10.2 15.0 100
1712 ANDERSON I SPILLMAN FEED MILL 4.9 10.1 142• SE1
1757 HILLIAM G WILLIS 4..9 10.4 15.0 101
1766 COLLINS HARDWARE 5.1 10.0 15.0 101
1786 GEORGE FREND JR 4.5 102 15.6 101
1829 HENDERSON I HARDY COMPANY 4.6• 12.4 15.0 107
1859 LAMAR YANCEY 4.8 10.1 15.4 100
1902 HULETTES HARDWARE 4.9 112 153 105
1924 J A BENNETT HARDWARE 4.9 10.9 15.0 103
1925 SKELTONS GENERAL STORE 5.0 10.0 14.9 100 .
2759 GLASGOW TRADING CENTER 4.7• 11.1 152 103
2807 IDEAL HARDWARE 4.7t 10.8 15.0 101
2940 UPTON SWEET FEED MILL 49 105 15.3 (1) 102
3400 BRENT I COMPANY 5.1 10.0 156 102
` 3409 SPHAR I COMPANY 49 10.3 15.7 102
3451 BRADLEYS GROCERY 5.0 10.4 152 102
3475 J C EVERETT COMPANY INC 49 10.1 15.4 101
3643 KELLER HAY 1 GRAIN COMPANY 5.1 9.9 14.7 100
3665 SAM RYLE 5.0 10.4 15.0 102
3764 IIIFORD MALCOMB 46 10.4 15.0 100
1790 GODDLOE MAYS 4.9 10.1 15.0 100
4678 HENDERSON FEED 1 COMMISSION COMPANY 4.9 10.6 14.4•(4) 101
4773 GALLOHAY SEED COMPANY 4.9 10.4 14.8 101
4814 ROSS FEED COMPANY 4.7• 103 15.1 1‘O0
6035 SMOOT I THOMAS 4.7• 10.8 15.8 103
(1) EXCESS MURJATE EQUIVALENT TO 0. 7%
(Z) EXCESS MURIATE EDUIVALENT TO 1.9%
(3) EXCESS MURIATE EOUIVALENT T0 0. 6%
(4) EXCESS MURLATE EQUIVALENT T0 0. 3%

 COMMERCLAL FERTLLIZER !.N KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1957 13
TABLE I.- Analyses of Inspectian Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, I957
(Analyses deficient more than one·fcurth af one percent and relative values of 98 percent or less indicated by asterisk.
Footnotes show amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Baron analyses are in footnotes also).
Available Percent of
5:::;: Manufacturer, Grade, From Wham Obtained Nitrogen phosphoric Potash Relchve
__ Acid ValueFound V
ARMOUR FERTILIZER HORKS CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
5 10 15S CONTINUED
6142 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY EMINENCE 5.0 11.0 14.10 102
8020 FORBES HARDHARE COMPANY 49 106 1 &.8 101
8039 CAVE CITY COAL I ICE COMPANY 4.70 10.3 15.1 100
8056 NEHMAM BLACKHELL 49 10.4 15.0 101
8081 PEOPLES FARM SUPPLY 4.70 11.0 15.0 102
B089 EARL FROEDGE 4.70 10.5 152 101
8106 ADAIR MILLING COMPANY 4.70 10.0 15.5 100
8159 AYERS SEED I FERTILIZER 4.50 10.5 13.90 970
8171 K E PRUI TT STORE 2.30 9.00 16.0 (I) 820
` 8199 CANEYVILLE ROLLER HILLS 5.0 106 15.1 103
8220 H K JONES 4.4• 10.3 152 (2) 9a•
8241 TRUMAN HOLLINSHORTH COMPANY 4.00 10.9 12.70 930 .
5 10 ISS PESTICIDE (3}
· 92.3 LILLY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 46• 10.4 15.0 99
5 10 2OS
3977 J C EYERETT COMPANY 5.0 9.9 17.BO 960
5 20 2OM
603 HCMHORTER PRODUCE COMPANY 4.8 19.9 19.00 980
814 GLASGOH TRADING CENTER 4.9 20.3 20.4 101
852 FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY HODGENVILLE 5.0 19.5 20.4 99
910 THOMERSON 1¤11LL1N<: CDNPANY 5.1 193• 198 980
1962 JOE BUSH FARM SUPPLY 5.1 212 17.40 100
2812 IDEAL HARDHARE 4.9 19.7 20.7 100
3510 C A RABOURN s SONS 4.9 20.1 19.9 100
3663 SAM RYLE 4.9 202 20.1 100
3824 HENSLEY I SON 5.0 19.10 20.1 980
4972 M F BRYANT I SONS MILLING COMPANY 4.60 20.3 20.1 99
6 6 18S
499 HILLOUGHBY SUPPLY COMPANY 5.8 6.9 15.80 100
1745 FARMERS UNION SUPPLY VERSAILLES 5.60 65 16.90 980
3399 BRENT I COMPANY 5.9 6.4 18.0 101
3410 SPHAR I COMPANY 5.9 65 18.1 102
3789 GOODLOE NAYS 5.9 6.5 17.9 102
3852 FARMERS UNION SUPPLY VERSAILLES 62 6.4 17.50 102
3972 CARLISLE MILL I SUPPLY C