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Quarterly Report on
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FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT
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Kentucky Agriculturol Experiment Stotion
University of Kentucky
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 FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION `
Bruce Pouudstoue, Head of Department
FIELD INSPECTION
Robert Mathews Otis R. Wheeler Noel J. Howard
Neville Hullette W. M. Routt M. M. Davis
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LABORATORY
Harry R. Allen J'. A. Shrader Lelah Gault
Valva Mldkiff Norma Holbrook Robert N. Price -
Gary R. Leslie DeweyH. Newman, Jr. John T. Adair
Patricia Idleman
CONTENTS
Page
Analysis of Non-Protein Nitrogen From Urea in Feeds ...... 3
Protein and Mineral Feeds Ir Mineral Feeds ............ 8
Report of Official Feed Samples Analyzed for April, May
and June 1957 .................. . . . . .... I3
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Quarterly Report on Feed Samples, 1957 3
ANALYSIS OF NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN FROM UREA IN FEEDS
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN
REMARKS Guaranteed Found
ALLIED MILLS, INC., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Wayne 42% Dairy Mixing Supplement 17. 50 16. 30
Wayne 42% Dairy Mixing Supplement 17. 50 18. 20
Wayne 24% Dairy "E" 7. 75 5. 70 _
A Sugarine 22% Beef Maker 7. 30 8. 30
‘ AUBREY FEED MILLS, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Red A 44% Dairy Supplement 15.00 12. 50 V
Red A 32% Dairy Supplement 10. 48 5. 40
Red A 24% Dairy Feed 7, 86 5. 00
Red A 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 5.10
Red A 24% Dairy Feed 7. B6 5. 20
Supreme 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 5. 90
Red A 20% Dairy Feed 6. 55 5. 00
RedA 18% Dairy Feed 4.62 2.50
. Red A 18% Dairy Feed 4. 62 3. 20
Red A 18% Dairy Feed 4. 62 3. 30
Red A 16 1/2% Dairy Feed 5. 33 2.10
AYLOR In MEYER COMPANY, AURORA, INDIANA
Rainbow 16% Dairy Feed 3. 60 1. 40
BAGDAD ROLLER MIL LS, BAGDAD, KENTUCKY
Harris0n‘s Nat—ur—Way 32% Dairy Feed 10. 48 11. 60
Harrison's 18% Dairy 5. 82 7. 70
Bu1ky16 1/2% Dairy Feed 5.82 6.30
Bu1ky16 1/2% Dairy Feed 5.82 9.00
BANNER FEED MILLS, HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA
16% Yellow Tag Sweet Mixing Feed 5. 25 4. 60
16% Yellow Tag Sweet Mixing Feed 5. 25 5. 30
BARDSTOWN 1vHI.LS, BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY
Blue Ribbon 16% Dairy Feed 3. 93 4. 70
BARRY-CARTER MILLING COMPANY, LEBANON, TENNESSEE
Fortune 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 5. 40
BIG FOUR MILLS, COVINGTON, KENTUCKY
Hi-Lo 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 7. 80
Hi-Lo 24% Dairy Feed 7.86 6. 80
_ O. K. 16% Dairy Feed 2. 62 3. 80
O. K. 16% Dairy Feed Z. 62 3. 20
BROCK GRAIN COMPANY, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY
14% Dairy Feed (To be used with high protein legume pasture,
hay or ensilage) 4. 00 3. 30
· CITIZENS MILLING COMPANY, SOMERSET, KENTUCKY
Cumberland 16% Dairy Feed 5. Z4 4. 80
i For protein, fat and fiber analysis of the above samples see report of official feed samples
analyzed in the pages that follow.

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4 Regulatory Bulletin No. 140
ANALYSIS OF NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN FROM UREA IN FEEDS
 
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND NON—PROTEIN NITROGEN
REMARKS Guaranteed Found
CLIFTY FALLS MILLS, MADISON, INDIANA
Clifty Falls 24% Pusher Feed 7. 86 9. 50
Clifty Falls 24% Pusher Feed 7. 86 10. 30
Clifty Falls 24% Pusher Feed 7. B6 10. 80
Clifty Falls 24% Pusher Feed 7. 86 9. 40
Clifty Falls 24% Pusher Feed 7. 86 9.10
Clifty Falls 24% Pusher Feed 7. 86 11.10
Clifty Falls 24% Pusher Feed 7. 86 9. B0
Clifty Falls 20% Pusher Feed 6. 55 7.40
Clifty Falls 16% Pusher Feed 5. Z4 4. 60
Clifty Falls 16% Pusher Feed 5.24 7.60
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COMMUNITY MILLING COMPANY, IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY
Our Pride 32% Dairy Supplement 8. 75 7. 40
None Such 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 4. 60
COOPERATIVE MILLS, INC. , CINCINNATI, OHIO
Pro-B1end"50" 18.50 16.60
Pro-B1end"50" 18.50 14.20
Pro-B1end"50" 18.50 16.90 `
Pro-Blend "50" 18.50 16.30
0. 0022% Diethylstilbestrol Mixture in Pro-Blend "50" 18. 50 19. 20
Beef Supplement 8. 00 9. 00
Beef Supplement 8. 00 10. 30
Beef Supplement 8.00 7.40
32% Dairy Supplement 11. 00 9. 30
16% Pasture Dairy Z. 00 Z. 30
16% Pasture Dairy Z. 00 2.20
16% Pasture Dairy 2. 00 2. 60
CRESCENT ROLLER MILLS, TAYLORSVILLE, KENTUCKY
Crescent 41% Dairy Supplement 14. 00 14. 20
CULTON SEED COMPANY, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY
Culton's Champion 18% Dairy Feed 3. 50 5. 50
Culton‘s Champion 14% Dairy Feed (To be used with high
protein legume pasture, hay or ensilage) 3. 50 3. 60
DEARBORN MILLS, AURORA, INDIANA
Dearborn Sweet 20% Dairy 6. 00 6. 00
Dearborn Sweet 16% Dairy 6. 00 4.80
DIXIE MILLS, COMPANY, E. ST. LOUIS, ILLINOIS J 
Dixie 18% Dairy Feed 3. 50 1. 00
DUNCAN'S FA RM SERVICE, LAWRENCEBURG, KENTUCKY
12% Dairy Feed (To be used with high protein legume pasture,
hay or ensilage) 1.75 1.30
THE EARLY k DANIEL COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO
Tuxedo 24% Dairy 8.00 7.00
Tuxedo 24% Dairy 8. 00 7. 90
Tuxedo 24% Dairy 8.00 7. 30
Tuxedo Special 20% Dairy 4. 98 5. 40
 
For protein, fat and fiber analysis of the above samples see report of official feed samples
analyzed in the pages that follow,

 Quarterly Report on Feed Samples, 1957 5
ANALYSIS OF NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN FROM UR.EA IN FEEDS
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN
REMARKS Guaranteed Found
JOHN W. ESHELMAN In SONS, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA _
Kentucky Challenge 24% Dairy Feed 8. 00 8. 30
J. H. FEDDERS, INC., COVINGTON, KENTUCKY
Fedco 16% Dairy F eed 5. 24 4. 70
FERNCLIFF FEED It GRAIN COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
A Ferncliff 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 6.10 '
` HENRY FRUECHTENICHT COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Producer 44% Dairy Concentrate 18. 34 18. 60
Producer 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 4, 40
Producer Special 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 2. 60
Producer 20% Dairy Feed 7.86 3. 70
. Producer 20% Dairy Feed 7.86 4. 80
Producer Special 16% Dairy Feed 5. Z4 2. 90
Producer Special 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 4. 40
Producer Special 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 3. 70
Producer 44% Beef Concentrate 19, 34 15. 90
GARDEN STREET MILL In ELEVATOR, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Garden 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 3. 21
Garden 16% Dairy Feed 5.24 3. 10
GENERAL MILLS, INC . , MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA
. Larro Suremilk 50 18. 00 16. 80
GREENUP MILLING COMPANY, GREENUP, KENTUCKY
Greenup Milling Company 24% Dairy Feed 7. B6 8. 00
GWINN BROTHERS lg COMPANY, HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA
Milk Producer 24% Dairy 8. 00 8.90
HARDIN COUNTY MILLING COMPANY, ELIZABETHTOWN, KENTUCKY .
Valley Creek 16% Dairy Feed 1. 00 1. 30
P. H. HARSHA MILLING COMPANY, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO
H3THh&'E Dixie Sweet 16% Dairy Feed 5, 24 8. 30
HAYDON MILL & GRAIN COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD, KENTUCKY
Magic 16% Sweet Dairy Feed 5. 24 5. 60
DR. HEINZ COMPANY, WASHINGTON C. H., OHIO
` Heinz Nu-Way 22% Sweet Flo Mixing Feed 6. 50 _8_.LQ 1
BURCH HESTER FEED STORE, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY
Big Chief 20% Dairy Feed 6.18 Z. 10
KNIFLEY FEED h SUPPLY, ELKHORN, KENTUCKY
Elk Brand 16% Dairy Yellow Tag 5. 30 5. 40
Elk Brand 16% Dairy Yellow Tag 5. 30 5. 00
LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
Sweet Sue 24% Dairy Feed 6. 55 6. 40
Capitol 24% Sweet Dairy Feed 7. 87 8. 80
Thoroughbred 20% Sweet Dairy Feed 2. 62 2. 80
‘ For protein, fat and fiber analysis of the above samples see report of official feed samples
analyzed in the pages that follow.

 6 Regulatory Bulletin No. 140
ANALYSIS OF NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN FROM UREA IN FEEDS
 
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN
REMARKS Guaranteed Found
MAYFIELD MILLING COMPANY, MAYFIELD, KENTUCKY
Double "M" Economy 16% Dairy Feed 4. 94 4. 80
Double "M" Economy 16% Dairy Feed _ 4. 94 5. 10
MYERS lr CLARK, INC . , ASHLAND, KENTUCKY
Myers Special 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 6. 50
OWENSBORO MILLING COMPANY, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY
TruTest 24% Dairy Feed 8. O0 8.10
Sugar Lassie 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 5. 50 `
Star 16 1/2% Dairy Feed 5.24 5.80
PAN AMERICAN MILLS, BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY
Green Valley 16% Dairy Feed 4. 00 4. 00 `
PILLSBURY MILLS, INC., CLINTON, IOWA
Pil1sbury‘s Best 32% Dairy Concentrate 10. 50 10. 60
PiI1sbury's Dutch Maid 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 8. 50
QUAKER OATS COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Ful-O-Pep 40% Dairy Concentrate 13.10 13. 90 .
Ful-O-Pep 16% Dairy Feed (L) 5. Z4 5. 20
RALSTON PURINA COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Purina 18 % Dairy Chow 6. 00 3. 50
Purina 18% Dairy Chow 6.00 4. Z0
Purina 18% Dairy Chow 6.00 4. 90 _
ROBINSON 1v£lLLING COMPANY , SOMERSET, KENTUCKY
Green Valley 24% Dairy Feed 8.00 7.10
RUSSELL GRAIN COMPANY, HILLIARDS, OHIO
Russel1's 262 Brand 24% Dairy Feed 7. 87 6. 30
Russe11's 262 Brand 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 4. 80
SAM RYLE, BURLINGTON, KENTUCKY
R lr H 18% Dairy Feed Z. OO 1.20
SHIVELY FEED & SEED, COLU MBIA, KENTUCKY
Shively's Blue Ribbon 16% Dairy 3. 50 1.80
SOUTHERN STATES CRITTENDEN COOPERATIVE, MARION, KENTUCKY
16% Coop Dairy 5. 00 3. 20
SOUTHERN STATES LAGRANGE COOPERATIVE, LAGRANGE, KENTUCKY
16% Custom Dairy 5.00 3.00
16% Custom Dairy 5.00 2.60
STEWART‘S FEED MILL, FLAT LICK, KENTUCKY
Stewart's 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 2.00
STURGIS MILLING COMPANY, STURGIS, KENTUCKY
Neva-Fail 16% Sweet Dairy Feed 5.24 4.60
 
For protein, fat and fiber analysis of the above samples see report of official feed samples
analyzed in the pages that follow.

 A Quarterly Report on Feed Samples, 1957 7
ANALYSIS OF NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN FROM UREA IN FEEDS
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN
REMARKS Guaranteed Found
SUN-RAY FEED MILLS, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
Green Valley 24% Dairy Feed 7. 86 9. 80
Green Valley 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 5. 00
SUPREME MILLS, GLASGOW, KENTUCKY l
Supreme 45% Dairy Concentrate 20. 95 22.90
Premo Brand 24% Dairy Feed 6. 55 6. 70
Supreme Special 20% Dairy Feed 6. 56 7. 90
` Supreme Special 20% Dairy Feed 6. 56 7. 60
Feeders's Pride 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 5. 80 U
D. B.SUT1—IERLAND& SONS, BLOOMFIELD, KENTUCKY
Ixentucky Star Special 24% Dairy Feed 6. 30 6. 80
Kentucky Star Special 24% Dairy Feed 6. 30 6.10
Kentucky Star Special 16% Dairy Feed 5. 60 5. Z0
SWEET FEED MILLS, INC. , BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY
· Goodfresh Graino Brand 16% Dairy Feed 5. 24 4. 70
TABOR HATCHERY k BUILDING SUPPLY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY
32% Dairy Concentrate 10. 41 0. 60
Tabor 16% Dairy Feed 3. 49 0. 50
TEATER & CASSITY, NIC HOLASVI LLE, KENTUCKY
Coop 16% Dairy Feed 3.50 2.70
Tl-IOMERSON MILLING COMPANY, GLASGOW, KENTUCKY
Thomerson 18% Dairy Feed 5.24 4.40
TRI-STATE M.lLLS, KENOVA, WEST VIRGINIA
Daisy 24% Dairy F eed 8. 00 9. 50
MARTHA WHITE MILLS, OF WEST VIRGINIA, HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA
Fortune 24% Dairy Feed 7. B6 6. 60
WILLIAMSTOWN ROLLER MILLS, WILLIAMSTOWN, KENTUCKY
Standard Mix 16% Dairy 5. 24 O. 50 ·
Standard Mix 16% Dairy . 5. 24 0.10
WINN MILLING COMPANY, GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY
Daisy 20% Dairy Feed 6. 55 3. 60
For protein, fat and fiber analysis of the above samples see report of official feed samples
analyzed in the pages that follow.

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Quarterly Report on Feed Samples, 1957
REPORT OF OFFICIAL FEED SAMPLES ANALYZED
April, May, June, 1957
Samples failing to equal guaranty by more than one-half of one percent, or that were adult-
erated with hulls, unground weed seeds, or refuse, have been made to stand out in the report
by the use of underline, asterisks, and (where necessary) appropriate remarks. `
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND Protein Fat Fioer
REMARKS Guar. Found ruar. Found Guar. Found
V ALL-IN-ONE FEEDS, PORTLAND, MICHIGAN
** Pro-TexI··I C 38.0 36.9 6.0 6.2 4.0 3.0**
ALLIED MILLS, INC., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Wayne 26% Egg and Breeder 26.0 28.9 4.0 6.4 7.0 6.3
Wayne Medicated H-A -D (170) 20.0 ---- 5.0 5.8 4.0 3.5
Rechecked for fat only - satisfactory
Wayne 24% Dairy "E" 24.0 25.6 2.5 2.5 11.0 11.2
Wayne Sweet Bulky Feed 12.0 14.7 1.5 2.0 15.0 13.1
· Sugarlne 22 Beefmaker 22.0 25.3 1.0 1.7 12.0 9.0
ANDERSON COUNTY FARM SERVICE, LAWRENCEBURG, KENTUCKY
16% Dairy Feed 16.0 17.6 2.5 3.6 10.0 6.6
ANGLO SWEET FEED MILL, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY
Ace Perfection Brand 16% ProteinDairy Feed 16. 0 ---- 2. 5 3. 6 10. 0 9. 7
ARCADY FARM MILLING COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Arcady Wonder Dog Food(Pel1ets) 26.0 26.6 6.0 7.0 5.5 4.7
THE C. T. ASHLEY COMPANY, NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY
** BigABrand 20% Dairy Feed 20.0 19.2 3.5 2.1 10.0 5.7**
AUBREY FEED MILLS, INC. , LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Aubrey's Nicarbazin Mix, Nicarbazin
0. 0125% in Red A All Mash Starter lr
Grower 20.0 23.2 3.5 3.8 7.0 5.0
RedAA11 Mash Starter 8: Grower Mash 20.0 22.6 3.5 3.7 7.0 5.4
RedAA11 Mash Starter & Grower Mash 20.0 21.9 3.5 4.8 7.0 5.4
RedAA11 Mash Starter E4 Grower Mash 20.0 21.6 3.5 4.6 7.0 5.1
Red A All Mash Starter It Grower Crumbles
Medicated 20.0 22.2 3.5 4.7 7.0 4.7
RedAAll Mash Starter & Grower Crumbles 20.0 22.3 3.5 4.6 7.0 5.0
Red A Super High Energy Broiler Ration
Crumbles 22.5 24.1 4.0 4.7 3.0 2.7
RedALaying Mash 20.0 24.2 3.0 4.0 7.0 5.7
RedA 30% Game Bird Breeder Pellets 30.0 30.5 3.5 3.5 8.0 5.0
RedA 26% Game Bird Starter Crumbles 26.0 30.6 4.0 3.9 6.5 3.7
_ Red A 32% Protein Dairy Supplement 32. 0 36. 2 3. 0 3.0 8. 5 7. O
RedA 24% Protein Dairy Feed 24.0 25.1 3.0 3.1 10.0 6.9
RedA 24% Protein Dairy Feed 24.0 24.1 3.0 3.4 10.0 6.6
** RedA 24% Protein Dairy Feed 24.0 23.2 3.0 4.0 10.0 7.1**
Supreme 24% Protein Dairy Feed 24.0 25.4 3.0 3.6 10.0 7.6
RedA 20% Protein Dairy Feed 20.0 21.2 3.0 4.1 10.0 6.9
Red,A 18% Protein Dairy Feed 18.0 17.9 3.0 3.7 8.0 6.0
RedA18% Protein Dairy Feed 18.0 18.4 3.0 3.6 8.0 6.0
RedA 18% Protein Dairy Feed 18,0 18.2 3.0 3.8 8.0 5.6
 
** Samples failing to equal guaranty by more than one-half of one percent, or that were adult-
erated.

 14 Regulatory Bulletin No. 140
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND Pr0te·n Fat Fioer
REMARKS Guar. Found uar. Found Guar. Found
AUBREY FEED MIL IS, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY (Con't)
RedAl61/2%DairyFeed 16.5 17.3 3.0 4.6 10.0 7.9
RedACalf Starter &Grower 18.5 18.6 3.0 3.1 7.5 7.2
RedA 18% Sow Ir Pig Pellets 18.0 -—-- 3.0 3.2 6.0 6.2
Rechecked for fat and fiber only
Satisfactory
RedA 18% Sow k Pig Pellets 18.0 ··-- 3.0 4.0 6.0 6.0
Rechecked for fat and fiber only
Satisfactory
** Red A 18% Sow and Pig Pellets 18. 0 ---- 3. 0 3.2 6. 0 _L__1**
Rechecked for fiber and fat only
Unsatisfactory
Red A Wheat Brown Shorts with Ground
Wheat Screenings 15.0 ---- 3.5 --- 7.0 -·-
Microscopic analysis only - satisfactory
THE AUBURN 1v{ILLS, INC. , AUBURN, KENTUCKY
** Leader Mixed Feed 15.0   3.5 --- 7.5 —--**
AUSENBAUGH HATCHERY, DAWSON SPRINGS, KENTUCKY
Crushed Corn Cob and Shuck 7.0 6.9 3.0 3.5 11.0 7.2
AYLOR In MEYER COMPANY, AURORA, INDIANA l
Rainbow Dairy Feed 16.0 15.9 3.0 3.3 10.0 8.2
BAGDAD ROLLER FHL LS, BAGDAD, KENTUCKY
** Harris0n‘s Nat-Ur-Way 32% Protein `
Dairy Feed 32.0 33.0 3.0 2.3 10.0 6.4**
** I·1arrison's 1871 Dairy 18.0 22.7 3.5   10.0 8.7**
0. 88% excess non—protein nitrogen
from urea
Bulky Brand 16 1/2% Protein Dairy Feed 16.5 21.1 3.7 4.2 15.0 12.2
** Bulky Brand 16 1/2% Protein Dairy Feed 16.5 23.2 3.7 3.2 15.0 10.3**
Contained unground weed seeds
2.18% excess non-protein nitrogen
from urea
** Hominy Meal 9.0 8.9 6.0   8.0 5.1**
BALLARD lz BALLARD COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Ba11ard's Wheat Brown Shorts with Screenings15.0 15.9 3.5 --— 7.5 ---
Rechecked for protein only — satisfactory
** Ba11ard's Wheat Brown Shorts with Screenings15. 0 16. 5 3. 5 4. 3 7. 5 6. 8**
Contained mixed screenings
BALTIC MILLS, Vl NCENNES, INDIANA 7
Knox County Hominy Feed 10.0 9.9 7.0 8.2 6.0 4.5
BANNER FEED MILLS, HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA
Banner 24% Dairy 24.0 —--- 2.5 --- 15.0 ---
Rechecked for microscopic analysis only
Satisfactory
16% Yellow Tag Sweet Mixing Feed 16.0 18.7 1.5 2.7 15.0 12.3
16% Yellow Tag Sweet Mixing Feed 16.0 20.3 1.5 1.9 15.0 11,2 _
 
terated.

 ` Quarterly Report on Feed Samples, 1957 15
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND Protein Fat Fioer
U REMARKS Guar. Found uar. Found Guar. Found
BARDSTOWN MILLS, BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY _
Blue Ribbon 20% Protein Dairy Feed 20. 0 23. 0 3. 0 5. 4 9. 0 5. 8
Blue Ribbon 16% Protein Dairy Feed 16.0 16.5 2.5 2.3 15.0 15.1
BARRY·CARTER LJILLING COMPANY, LEBANON, TENNESSEE _
Fortune 20% Laying Mash 20.0 21.4 2.5 4.3 7.0 6.3
Fortune 24% Dairy Molasses Feed 24.0 24.6 2.5 2.9 14.0 7.8
Fortune 20% Pig lg Sow Ration 20.0 21.0 2.5 4.5 6.0 5.1
· BARTON DILSTILLING COMPANY, BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY
** Corn Distillers Dried Grains 27.0 26.2 8.0 8.0 9.0 8.7**
BAUGHMAN MILLING COT PANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY
Banner Brand 20% Protein Laying Mash 20. 0 Z3. 7 3. 5 6. 6 7. 0 7. 4
BIG FOUR MILLS, COVINGTON, KENTUCKY
Big Four Starter & Grower Mash 20.0 21.7 3.0 3.6 7.0 6.8
Big Four Laying Mash 20.0 22.3 3.0 3.1 7.0 5.8
. Hi-Lo 24% Dairy Feed 24.0 ---- 2.5 --·- 12.0 --—
Rechecked for urea and microscopic
analysis only - satisfactory
** Hi-Lo 24% Dairy Feed 24. 0 26. 8 2. 5 2. 2 12. 0 9. 8**
Contained unground weed seeds
** O. K. 16% Dairy Feed 16.0 ---- 2.5 2.5 15.0 12.3**
Contained unground weed seeds
** O. K. 16% Dairy Feed 16.0 ---- 2.5 3.6 15.0 11.4**
Contained unground weed seeds
L. A. BLACK, RICE MILLER, DEWITT, ARKANSAS
. Rice Bran 12.0 12.2 12.0 13.7 12.0 7.2
BROCK GRAIN COMPANY, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY
14% Dairy Feed (to be used with high protein
legume pasture, hay or ensilage) 14.0 ---- 2.5 -·- 10.0 --·
Rechecked for urea and microscopic
analysis only - unsatisfactory
BROWDER MILLING COMPANY, INC. , FULTON, KENTUCKY
Big 16% Dairy Feed 16.0 ---- 3.0 --- 15.0 ---
Microscopic analysis only - satisfactory
BROWN-FORMAN DISTILLERS, CORPORATION, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
** B FSuperso1 24.0 25.8 6.0 6.8 4.0 4.7**
M. F. BRYANT lr SONS MILLING COMPANY, SEBREE, KENTUCKY
** BigB 16% Dairy Feed 16.0 16.4 2.5 4.0 10.0 7.4**
Contained unground weed seeds
I BUGG BROTHERS FEED lz SUPPLY, CLINTON, KENTUCKY
Bugg Brothers Mixed Feed 10.0 11.3 3.0 5.1 6.0 2.7
· BUNDY BROTHERS MILL, MEDORA, INDIANA
Perfection Brand 17% Protein Starting k
Growing Mash 17.0 17.8 4.0 5.0 6.0 5.5
Bundy's 16% Protein SweetDairy Feed 16.0 15.8 3.5 3.9 15.0 10.1
Medora 19% Protein Pig & Sow Feed 19.0 21.0 4.0 3.8 6.0 6.3
.. ’**$arTp1es 1aT1ring to eqruravlrguaraiityibydmrri¥e"IEn`Bne>-half-[of one percent, or that were adu1»
te rated.

 16 Regulatory Bulletin No. 140 *
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND   Protezn Fat Fioer
REMARKS Guar. Found uar. Found Guar. Found
CADIZ MILLING COMPANY, CADIZ, KENTUCKY
** Sugar Sweet Dairy Feed 16.0 -—·· 3.0   10.0 8.7**
Contained unground weed seeds
Sunbeam 40% Hog Supplement 40.0 39.7 3.0 --·- 8.0 ---
Rechecked for protein only — satisfactory
** Sunbeam Wheat Gray Shorts & Screenings 14. 0 19. 3 3.0 5. 2 6. 0 &**
CAMPBELLNS FEED lv{ILL, KEVIL, KENTUCKY
41% Cottonseed Meal 41.0 ·--— 3.0 3.0 13.0 13.4
Rechecked for fiber only - satisfactory
CAMPBELL WHOLESALE COMPANY, COMBS, KENTUCKY
Johns Stock Feed 14.0 13.7 4.0 4.1 8.0 5.8
CANEYVILLE ROLLER MILLS, CANEYVILLE, KENTUCKY
Kentucky Farm 20% Protein Starting S:
Growing Mash 20.0 21.1 3.5 3.6 6.5 4.9
Kentucky Farm 20% Protein Layer &
Breeder Mash 20.0 19.9 3.0 --- 7.0 -——
Rechecked for protein only - satisfactory
Kentucky Farm 16% Dairy Feed 16.0 20.3 3.0 4.6 15.0 6.8
CAVERNA FARM SERVICE, HORSE CAVE, KENTUCKY
Check—R-Mix Growing Feed (All Mash) SB 17. 0 18. 8 3. 0 3. 9 7.0 5.1 .
CITIZENS MILLING COMPANY, SOMERSET, KENTUCKY
Cumberland 16% Dairy Feed 16.0 ---- 3.0 —-- 10.0 ---
Rechecked for urea only - satisfactory
CITY ROLLER MILLS, VEVAY, LNDIANA _
Blue Ribbon Brand 17% Protein Starting
and Growing Mash 17.0 18.3 4.0 4.8 7,0 6.9
Blue Ribbon Special 16% Protein Dairy Feed 16.0 16.0 3.0 3.2 10.0 8.6
CLIFTY FALLS MILLS, INC. , MADISON, INDIANA
Clifty Falls 20% Chick Starter lz Grower 20.0 20.8 3.0 4.5 7.0 5.9
** Clifty Falls 17% Protein Starter It Grower 17.0 18.3 3.0 4.8 7.0 7.8**
Clifty Falls 20% Protein Egg Mash 20.0 21.5 3.0 4.8 7.0  
** Clifty Falls 20% Protein Egg Mash 20.0 21.9 3.0 4.2 7.0 L3**
Very much above guaranty in fiber
Clifty Falls 20% Protein Egg Mash 20.0 20.6 3.0 4.9 7.0 6.9
Clifty Falls 20% Protein Egg Mash 20.0 -—-· 3.0 4.9 7.0 6.5
Rechecked for fiber only - satisfactory
Clifty Falls Scratch Feed 9.0 8.5 3.0 4.0 5.0 3.6
Clifty Falls 24% Protein Cow Feed 24.0 27.5 2.5 2.0 10.0 8.0 ,
** Clifty Falls 24% Protein Pusher Feed 24. 0 --- 2. 5 2. 5 10. 0 10.1**
Contained oat mill byproduct and excess
corn cobs
0. 64% excess non-protein nitrogen from
urea
** Clifty Falls 24% Protein Pusher Feed 24. 0 27. 8 2. 5 2. 4 10. 0 8. 4**
1. 44% excess non-protein nitrogen
from urea
** Clifty Falls 24% Protein Pusher Feed A 2.4. 0 27.1 2. 5 2. 4 10.0 10. 3**
1. 94% excess non·protein nitrogen from
urea
*""Samp1es failing to equal guaranty by more than one-half of one percent, or that were adul.
terated.

 Quarterly Report on Feed Samples, 1957 11
MANUFACTURER, BRAND AND Protein Fat Fioer
REMARKS cum. Found  Found cusp. Found
CLIFTY FALLS MILLS, INC. , MADISON, INDIANA (Con‘t)
** Clifty Falls 24% Protein Pusher Feed 24. 0 26. 9 2. 5 2. 4 10. 0 9.1**
0. 54% excess non-protein nitrogen
from urea
** Clifty Falls 24% Protein Pusher Feed 24. 0 —·—- 2. 5 2. 8 10. 0 7. 5**
O. 24% excess non-protein nitrogen
from urea _
** Clifty Falls 24% Protein Pusher Feed 24. 0 --- 2. 5 Z. 4 10. 0 9.4**
2. 24% excess non-protein nitrogen
from urea
. ** Clifty Falls 24% Protein Pusher Feed 24. 0 --- 2. 5 --- 10. 0 9. 2**
_ Excess corn cobs
0. 94% excess non-protein nitrogen
from urea ·
Clifty Falls 24% Protein Cow Feed 24. O 27. 5 Z. 5 2. 0 10. 0 7.1
** Clifty Falls 20% Protein Pusher Feed 20. 0 24.1 2. 5 3.4 10. 0 9. 9**
Contained oat mill by-product
Clifty Falls 16% Protein Pusher Feed 16. 0 17. 5 2. 5 2.4 10. O 9.1
** Clifty Falls 16% Protein Pusher Feed 16.0 --- 2.5 2.9 10.0 8.5**
Contained mixed screenings
** Clifty Falls 16% Protein Pusher Feed 16. 0 20. 3 2. 5 2. 8 10. 0 12. 1**
Very much above guaranty in fiber
Contained oat mill byproduct
0. 36'% excess non-protein n