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T Commercial Feeds in Kentucky,
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Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station
University of Kentucky
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FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT ‘
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION A I
Bruce Poundstone, Head of Department
FIELD INSPECTION
Robert Mathews N. J. Howard ‘
Neville Hulette Josiah E. Anderson ’
A LABORATORY  
Harry R. Allen J. A. Shrader Lelah Gault  
H. R. Heskamp Elizabeth Swift Rose Blanchet S
Valva Midkiff Ann Withers X
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CONTENTS .
Page
Commercial Feeds in Kentucky, 1949 —---------—---—--- 3
Summary of Sales by Class of Feed, Kentucky, 1949 ---- 4 I
Purpose of Feed Law ---------------------------—-- -—- 5
Requirements of Law ----—------—-—---—-—------------ 5
The State Tag ---—----—-----—---—---—----------—----- 6
Suggestions to Feeders -----------------—--------—--- 6
Average Composition of the More Common Feedstuffs --- 7
Miscellaneous Samples Analyzed in 1947-48-49 --------- 9
Report of Official Feed Samples Analyzed for A
October, November, December, 1949 -------------- 10

 COMMERCIAL FEEDS IN KENTUCKY, 1949
The year 1949 was a good year for the mixed feed business in Kentucky. About the same
amount of feed was sold in 1949 as in 1948. From the standpoint of quality, feed sampled
and analyzed showed considerable improvement in 1949 over 1948.
i In 1949, 68% of the samples analyzed met their guarantee or came within the tolerance of
_ . 5% of chemical guarantee. I.n 1948, only 56% came within this category. This is a marked
I improvement and all branches of this industry are to be congratulated on bringing about this `
change. More irnprovement can be made, however, and it is hoped this trend will continue in
1950. More care in manufacturing and mixing coupled with using good ingredients will go a
, long way toward a better record.
In 1949, inspectors made 9, 200 calls on feed dealers and collected 3, 359 samples of feed.
, The estirnated tonnage of commercial feeds consumed in Kentucky during 1949, based on
the sale of guaranty tags, was 607, 255 tons. This was 26, 745 tons less than in 1948.
  Tonnage of feed sold in Kentucky, as estimated from the number of tags issued by calendar _
. years, beginning with 1940, was as follows: _
{ YEAR TONS V
1940 356, 138
{ 1941 350, 000
1942 426, 805
{ 1943 630, 438
1 1944 663, 039
A 1945 671, 351
1946 647, 661
1947 582, 375
. 1948 634, 000
1949 607, 255 V
Of the tonnage for 1949, 151, 375 tons were dairy feed; 45, 535 tons, hog feed; 16, 140 tons, .
P horse and mule feed; 160, 740 tons, poultry feed; 4, 700 tons, rabbit feed; 925 tons, sheep
feed; 5, 265 tons, calf feed; 10, 200 tons, stock feed; 8, 500 tons, dog feed; 365 tons, goat
feed; 4, 675 tons, mineral feed; 139, 695 tons, straight products and by-products; and 13,030
tons, miscellaneous.
I A summary of estimated sales by class of feed is given in Table 1.
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TABLE 1. SUMMARY OF SALES BY CLASS OF FEED, KENTUCKY, 1949   ·
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FEED TONS FEED ~
STRAIGHT PRODUCTS AND BY-PRODUCTS SPECIAL PURPOSE FEEDS (Continued)
Alfalfa Meal —---------------------- 530 Dog Feed .................-.-.... 8 
Barley, Ground ------·------------- · 100 Cat Feed ----·------------- - .-.-.
Bone Meal -----------------------—— 300 Dog & Cat Feed --—-------·----- - -
Brewers Dried Grains —------------- 975 Goat Feed ----------------------- ,
Corn, Ground -----—--——----——----—- 730 Hog Feed
COPD. Meal --—---————--------—--- --— 20 Fattening and Growing —------—--- Z4 
COPD Feed Meal --—--------——------- - 425 Protein Supplement -—-----—-—--- · Z1
Corn By-Products Feed ------------- ~ 2, 150 4
Corn Gluten Feed ------ - ----------- 1, 490 Total Hog Feed --------------—-- 45
Cracked Corn ------------.------. --- ZZ, 930 5
Crushed Ear Corn -------------—---- - 470 Horse and Mule Feed
Cottonseed Meal ----—--------------- 9, 820 Horse and Mule Feed, yellow tag -
Cottonseed Meal (Solvent) -----·----- 635 Horse and Mule Feed, white tag-- 15
Distillers Dried Grains ---- --· ------- 3, 655 2 _
Distillers Dried Solubles - ---- - ----- Z, 655 Total Horse and Mule Feed -----—- 16
Hominy Feed -—--—------------------ 9, 670
Hominy Meal ----------------------- 3, 440 Pigeon Feed -----------—--—------ -  
Linseed Oil Meal-- ---------------.. 360 Poultry Grains ·
Meat Scraps --—---------- - --------- 680 Chick ----------------—--------- · 3
Meat Br Bone Scrap -------------- - -- 1, 590 Hen —----——-—-—-------------————  
Mixed Feed ------------- - --------- . 9, 845 `
Oats, Ground -------------..-.--.... 800 Total Poultry Grains ----—-------- 30
Oat 1-lull Feed ---------------------- · 150 l
Soybean Oil Meal ------------------- · 13, 725 Poultry Mash (Chickens) _
Soybean Oil Meal (Solvent)--- - -----— · 5, 990 All Mash Starter and Grower ----- — l(l
Soybean Feed (Extracted) ----- =· ------ 890 All Mash Laying --------------- -- *1
Tankage --------------------------- · 4, 125 Fattening Mash ------------—-—--- I
Wheat, Ground ---------..--...-.... . 1, 025 Flushing Feed -------------------
Wheat, Bran ----------------------- · 6, 760 Growing Mash ---—-——--—·-·--—--- 1-
Wheat Brown Middlings and Shorts ---· 3, 020 Starting M&Sh ---—·-----·-—------ l .
Wheat Gray Middlings and Shorts ---- - Z3, 140 Starting & Growing Mash --------- 2 
Wheat Flour Middlings -------------- - 20 Broiler Mash ------------—------ 1 
Wheat Red Dog Flour -·------------ · 765 Laying Mash ---------------—--—- 71
Wheat Mixed Feed ---------------.-- 3, 100 Protein Supplement -------------- I
Wheat Feeds ----------------------- · 3,715
`_"`_- Total Chicken Mash ----·----——-- 16
Total Products and By—Products 139, 695
Poultry Mash (Turkeys)
SPECIAL PURPOSE FEEDS Turkey Starting Mash -------—--- ·
Calf Feed .......................... 5, Z65 Turkey Growing Mash --------—--
Dairy Feed Turkey Laying Mash —-----------
16% Protein, yellow tag ----—------- 25, 635 Turkey Supplement ----—-------- - _
16% Protein, white tag --—---------- Z0, 040
18% Protein, yellow tag ------.--.-. 2, 040 Total Turkey Mash ---—--------- - l 
18% Protein, white tag ------------- 1, 740
20% Protein, yeuew tag ............ z, 665 Rabbit Feed ---------------------
.20% protein, white tag ------------- za, 050 Sheep Feed ------------—------—-- 1
24% Protein yellow tag ------------ 6, 885 Stock Feed *''’‘'‘''‘‘’'‘‘‘’''‘‘’ 1
24% protein, white tag ............. 47,880 Mineral Feed --------------------
Protein suppmmem -----.-.. - ...... 13, 775 Mi¤¤¤11¤¤•=¤¤S -—----—-—---—------ _1
Dry, Freshening, and Fitting Feed -- 2, 665 ·
W" Grand Total ------------·------- 6
Total Dairy Feed —----------------- 151, 375
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PURPOSE OF FEED LAW _
Laws have as their basic principles right and justice, protection and
service, and if properly administered are great educators. Successful
administration depends largely upon the cooperation of those whose in-
terests they affect. The active interest and degree of cooperation of those n
so affected depend also on adequate knowledge of the provisions of the law
and the ends to be attained in its proper operation. The operation of a law,
therefore, should not only properly regulate or control, but should be edu-
cative as well. In the administration of the feedstuffs control in Kentucky
this two-fold purpose has always been kept in view.
` . The manufacture and distribution of commercial feeds have reached `
large proportions. Inasmucb as the feeders of Kentucky alone pay annually `
upwards of fifty million dollars for stock feed, exclusive of whole grains and
roughages, it is very important that the feeder, as well as the manufacturer
and distributor, understand the significance of the feedstuffs law and its
g operation, and the various terms relative to the manufacture and distribution
of feedstuffs.
` REQUIREMENTS OF LAW
The State feedstuffs law requires each brand of commercial feed to be
registered with the Feed Control Department of the Kentucky Agricultural
Experiment Station and each bag of feed to be labeled with a Kentucky official
` tag giving the manufact.urer's guaranty, before it can be lawfully sold or
offered for sale in the State. Before an application for registration is accepted,
it is examined carefully to see if the requirements of the law have been met, as .
to chemical standards and information given as to the nature of the materials
l used in making the feed, the amount of essential organic ingredients, and the
‘ limitation of fillers or materials of little or no feeding value as concentrates.
Because of this close examination of registrations, many irregularities are
eliminated before the feed appears on the market. After registrations are
' accepted and the feed appears on the market, inspections are made and samples
taken and analyzed, to compare them with their registrations and guaranties.
If a feed is found to be misbranded or adulterated, proper hearing is given the
 , manufacturer and if the case merits, court action is entered against the offender
and the registration is subject to cancellation.
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THE STATE TAG l
The official tag or label not only informs the buyer that sale of the feed in question
is authorized under the State law, but also gives information as to the character of the \
feed. The purchaser should read carefully that part of the printed matter which tellls ·
what materials are contained in the feed, and te chemical analysis. The information
given is sufficient to enable a feeder to select the feed that best suits his purpose, in
quality and cost. Sometimes, however, feeders neglect to consider the statements on
the tag, and buy trashy feed, of low feeding value. Though such feeds may be lower
in price per 100 pounds, the actual feeding value may be more expensive than in a good,
clean feed at a higher price per 100 pounds. The Department is striving to impress
upon feeders the importance of reading and studying the information given on the offi-
cial tags, when selecting feeds.
To mark more conspicuously certain important differences in the character of I
feeds, thereby making easier the selection by the purchaser, the Department issues V
tags according to a three-color scheme, as follows:
A manila tag printed with black ink designates a "straight" feed, that is, a feed
made from only one grain or plant. Examples: wheat bran; wheat middlings; cotton-
seed meal; linseed oil meal; corn feed meal. ‘
A manila tag printed with red ink designates a feed made of the products or by- _
products of two or more grains or plants, that is, a "straight mixed" feed. Examples: -
“ wheat bran and corn bran; wheat bran, corn feed meal and cottonseed meal; corn,
oats and alfalfa meal. The tag plainly tells what the materials are.
A yellow tag printed with black ink designates a feed containing a material of little
or no nutritive value. Examples: oat hulls; cottonseed hulls; screeni`ngs; screen- ,
ings waste or refuse; or other material containing an excessive percentage of fiber.
lf a feeder wants to Buy a trashy feed, it is his privilege to do so. Such materials T
may be useful as "roughage" tho containing little nutriment. But it is important that
he consider make-up of the feed, as stated on the tag, in making a selection. Usually
the nutrients in such feeds are more costly, even at the lower price, than they would
be if purchased in feeds of better grade.
SUGGESTIONS TO FEEDERS
No feeder can get the be st and most economical results unless he exercises due
intelligence in purchasing his feeds. The value of a feed depends upon that portion
of the nutrients which an animal can digest, under ordinary conditions, and take into
its system, to keep up heat and energy, produce growth, and repair the natural waste
of the body. lt will be of much value to a feeder if he will observe the following sug-
gestions, when buying commercial feeds:
Read and study carefully the information given on the official tag. The information
on the tag is sufficient to give the purchaser adequate knowledge of the character of the g 
feed.
Buy no feed that is not registered and tagged with a Kentucky official tag. lf the
feed is not labeled with a Kentucky official tag, it is being sold in violation of the law.
Besides, the purchaser has no way of knowing what is in the feed.
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AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF THE MORE COMMON FEEDSTUFFS
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' Carbohydrate _
Medstuff Protein Fat N. F.
> Fiber Extract Water Ash
Alfalfa Leaf Meal 21.0 2.8 I6.0 40.5 7.7 12.0
1 Alfalfa Meal 14.0 2.0 30.0 36.0 9.0 9.0
Barley 12. 0 2. 0 5.4 67. 3 10. 6 2. 7
Barley Feed 13.5 3.5 8.7 60.9 9.3 4.1
V Beet Pulp, dried 9.2 0.5 19.8 57.2 9.9 3.4
Blood, dried 84. 5 1.1 1.0 0. 7 8. 2 4. 5
Bone Meal, raw 26. 0 5. 0 1. 0 2. 5 6. 4 59.1
Bone Meal, steamed 7.1 3.3 0.8 1.8 5.7 81.3 ·
Brewers Dried Grains 25.0 6.4 16.0 41.0 7.7 3.9
Buckwheat 10.8 2.5 10.5 62.3 12.0 1.9
Buttermilk, dried 33. O 6. 0 0. 3 43.1 7. 6 10. O
Buttermilk, Sem-Solid 13. 4 3. 0 0. 0 15. 9 65. 0 2. 7
Citrus Meal 5.9 3.1 11.5 62.7 9.9 6.9
Cocoanut Oil Meal 20.5 8.0 10.5 45.0 9.5 6.5
Corn 8.0 3.9 2.0 69.9 15.0 1.2
I Corn Bran 9.7 7.3 9.2 62.0 9.4 2.4
Corn & Cob Meal 7.0 3.5 7.9 66.1 14.0 1.5
Crushed Ear Corn& Husks 7.0 3.0 8.0 69.2 11.0 1.8 ·
Corn Chop 8.0 3.5 2.0 71.0 14.0 1.5 `
Corn Feed Meal 8.0 4.5 3.0 71.1 11.4 2.0 `
Corn Germ Meal 21.0 9.0 9.0 50.7 7.0 3.3 '
Corn Gluten Feed 25.5 2.7 7.6 48.8 9.1 6.3
Corn Gluten Meal 43.1 2.0 4.0 ,39.8 8.6 2.5
Cottonseed Meal 41. 5 6. 3 10. 4 28.1 7. 2 6. 5
Cottonseed Meal, solvent 44. 4 2. 6 12. 7 24. 3 9.2 6. 8
Cottonseed Feed 34.6 6.3 14.1 31.5 7.6 5.9
Distillers Dried Grains, Corn 28. 3 8. 8 11. 4 41. 9 7.1 2. 5
Distillers Dried Grains, Rye 18.5 6.4 15.6 51.0 6.1 22.4
Distillers Dried Solubles 30.0 5.0 3. 0 47. 6 7. 0 7. 4
Fish Meai 63.9 6.8 0.6 4.0 7.1 17.6
Flaxseed 22.6 33.7 7.1 23.2 9.2 4.3
- Flaxseed Screenings Oil Feed 25. 0 7.1 11. 7 40. 3 8.1 7.8 V
Hcminy Feed 11.2 6.9 5.2 64.2 9.6 2.9
Lespedeza Seed 36.6 7.6 9.6 32.8 8.3 5.1 1
V Linseed Oil Meal 35.4 5.8 8.2 36.0 9.0 5.6
Linseed Oil Meal, solvent 36. 9 2. 9 8. 7 36. 3 9. 6 5. 6
alt Sprouts 26.8 1.3 14.2 44.3 7.4 6.0
2 eat Scraps, 35% 55.8 9.3 2.1 1.3 6.1 25.4
1 eat & Bone Scraps, 50% 51. 0 10.1 2.1 1. 6 6.1 29.1
` Molasses, Cane 3. 2 0. 0 0. 0 65. 0 25. 7 6.1
classes, Beet 9.0 0.0 0.0 62.0 22.0 7.0
ats 11.5 4.6 11.0 60.9 10.4 3.4
 at Kernels 16.0 6.4 1.6 66.0 8.0 2.0
 anmadiings 15.9 5.2 3.3 64.6 8.6 2.4
eanut Kernels 30.4 47.7 2.5 11.7 5.4 2.3
eanut Oil Meal 43.5 7.6 13.3 23.4 7.0 5.2
 eanut Oil Meal, solvent 5]. 5 1.4 5.7 27.2 8.4 5.8
 eanut Skins 15.9 22.4 10.6 42.2 6.2 2.7
 ice Bran 12.5 12.5 12.5 44.0 9.0 9.5
 ye 11.8 1.8 1.8 73.2 9.4 2.0
ye Middlings 15.5 3.7 5.5 61.7 9.8 3.8
kimmilk, dried 34. 0 1. 0 0.0 51.0 6. 0 8. 0
 rghuxn Grains 9.5 3.4 2.0 72.2 12.0 1.9
 ybean (Seed) 36.5 17.5 4.3 26.5 9.9 5.3
 ybean Oil Meal 44.3 5.3 5.7 29.6 9.1 6.0
 ybean Oil Meal, solvent 46.1 1.0 5.9 31.8 9.4 5.8
ankage, 60% 60.6 8.5 2.0 1.8 6.9 20.2
ankage with bone 50% 51.3 11.5 2.3 2.3 6.2 26.1
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· Average Composition of the More Common Feedstuffs, Continued
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Carbohydrate
Feedstuff Protein Fat N. F.
Fiber = xtract Water Ash
wheat 10.5 1.7 2.8 72.9 10.2 1.9;
Wheat Bran 14.0 3.5 9.5 56.9 10.1 6.0
Wheat Mixed Feed 13.5 3.5 7.5 60.2 10.1 5.2
Wheat Brown Middlings or Shorts 15. 0 3. 5 7.1 58. 7 10. 3 5.4
Wheat Gray Middling or Shorts 15. 0 3. 5 6. 0 60. 6 10. 5 4. 4
Wheat Flour, Red Dog 16.0 3.5 3.0 66.4 8.5 2.6
Wheat Flour, Patent 10. 9 1. 3 0. 4 74. 7 12. 3 0.5
Wheat Germ Meal 26. 0 8.0 2. 5 50.1 8. 9 4. 5 ‘
Wheat, Screenings-Grain 10. 5 1. 7 2. 8 70. 8 9. 6 4. 6
Whey, dried 12.2 0.8 0.2 70.4 6.5 9.9
Yeast, Brewers, dried 49. 3 1.0 3. 7 31. 9 6. 2 7. 9
Yeast, irradiated, dried 48. 7 1.1 5. 5 32. 2 6.1 6.4
ROUGHAGES '
Alfalfa Hay 14.5 2.3 29.7 36.3 8.6 8.6
Blue Grass I-lay 8.2 2.5 29.8 42.5 10.5 6.5
Clover Hay, Red 11.8 2.6 27.3 40.1 11.8 6.4
Corn Stover, without ear 5.9 1.6 30.8 46.5 9.4 5.8
Corn Stover, with ear 7. 8 2.2 27.1 47. 6 8. 9 6.4
Cowpea I-lay 18.6 2.6 22.5 35.1 9.9 11.3
Fescue Hay 7.0 1.9 30.3 43.2 11.8 6.8
Lespedeza Hay 13.5 2.5 28.0 40.1 10.5 5.4
Soybean Hay 15.5 2.8 26.5 38.7 9.2 7.3
Timothy Hay 6.2 2.5 29.8 45.0 11.6 4.9
` FILLERS
Alfalfa Stem Meal 11. 5 1. 3 36. 3 34. 8 9. 0 7.1
Corn Cob 2.3 0.4 32.1 54.0 9.6 1.6
Cottonseed Hulls 3. 9 1. 0 45. 5 37. 2 9. 7 2.7
Flax Plant By-Product 6. 4 2.1 44. 4 33. 1 8.1 5. 9
Oat Mill Feed 5.6 1.8 27.9 50.8 7.6 6.3
Oat Hull Feed 3.5 1.5 32.5 49.3 7.6 5.6
Oat Hulls 3.0 1.0 35.0 47.7 6.8 6.5
Screenings * .
Screenings refuse **
* Varies in quality from fair to poor.
** Varies in quality from poor to worthless and even dangerous
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Miscellaneous Samples Analyzed in 1947-48-49
  Feedstuff Protein Fat Fiber `
Barley Bran 15.2 5.2 14.9
Blue Grass Chaff 7. 1 1. 9 28.5
Blue Grass Screenings 6. 7 Z. 0 26. 1
` Blackberry Seeds 9. 6
Buckwheat Feed & Hulls 9. 6 2. 9 22. 4
Cake, Ground 4.8 9.9 1.5
Corn Fodder & Soybean Plant 10. l 3. 9 17. 0
Cracklings, Edible 67. l Z8. l 1. l _
Cracklings, Inedible 44. l 22. 2 3. O .
Ice Cream Cones, Ground 9. 2 l. 5 0. 7
Lima Beans, Ground 21. 5 1. 5 6.1
Malt Hulls, Ground 10.3 1. 8 22. 5
Peanut Vine Meal l0. I 2. 3 34. 0 ` n
Popcorn, Ground 9. 4 2. 5 2. 7 1
Popcorn, Popped & Crushed 8. 4 I2. 8 2. 9
Potato Flour 2. 0
Potato Flakes 9. 0
Sorghurn. Ground (Stalk & Leaves) 4. 1 2.9 19. 6
Vetch Seed 26. 4 O. 7 7. 6
, Walnut Shells & Meats 13. 2 24. 2 27. 1 '
Walnut Meat Skins & Small Amount of Shell 21. 5 45. 5 12. 0 ‘
Wheat Toast, Ground 12. 6 4. 9 O. 5 ‘
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REPORT OF` OFFICIAL FEED SAMPLES ANALYZED
October, November, December, 1949
Samples failing to equal guaranty by more than one -half of one percent. OY mit were adul-  
1€€1‘¤fed with hulls, unground weed seeds, or refuse, have been made to stand out ln ii11€ !'€P0¥`t '
by the use of underline, asterisks, and (where necessary) appropriate remarks
5  ANUFA U ,  AND AND Protein me   Fiber
REMARKS Guar. Found Guar. Found Guar. Found
ABILENE FLOUR MILLS CO., THE, ABILENE, KANSAS ‘
Wheat Gray Shorts with Screenings ---- 16.0 16.1 4.0 4.3 6.0 6.4
Wheat Gray Shorts with Screenings ---- 16.0 15.5 4,0 3.9 6.0 5.9
ACME-EVANS COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
Acme 24% Dairy Feed --—------ 24.0 27.9 3.5 4.0 10.0 8.3
Acme 16% Dairy Feed -----·--- 16.0 19.4 3.5 3,0 15.0 10,6 .
Acme DWK 167 Dairy Feed ---—--- 16.0 20.1 3.5 3.5 15.0 10.4
ADAMS & NIX. HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY
**O1d Fort 15% A11 Mash —--—----- 15.0 13.7 4.0   6.0 3.9**
ALBANY MILLS, ALBANY, KENTUCKY
Mixed Feed - ·*··········· 11.5 11.9 3.0 2,6 5.5* 3.5
Mixed Feed ·······*······ 11.5 11.7 3.0 2.6 5.5 4.0
ALLEN COUNTY MILLS, SCOTTSVILLE, KENTUCKY
**A1co 18% Pig & Hog Ration ······· 18.0   3.5 3.8 6.0 4.3**
ALLIED MILLS, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Wayne Growing Mash -------- - · 18.0 19.2 2.5 4.2 8.0 5.4
Wayne Growing Mash ----——-——- 18.0 19.5 2.5 4.4 8.0 6.1
Wayne Egg Mash -—-— · —---—-- 20.0 20.8 3.0 4.3 8.0 6,4 ~
Wayne Egg Mash —--------—·- 20.0 20.7 3.0 3.7 8.0 6.5
Wayne 18% Mash Layer --—------ 18.0 19.9 3.0 3.9 8.0 7.3
Wayne All Mash Laying Ration ------ 15.0 17.2 2.5 4.2 8.0 6.4
Wayne 16% Dairy Feed --—·---—— 16.0 21.0 3.0 3.3 13.0 8.4
** Sugarine 16% Dairy Feed —----——- 16.0 17.6 3.0 2.2 15.0 12.4**
High in Salt. 1
Sugarine 16% Dairy Feed --———--- 16.0 18.8 3.0 2,7 15.0 11.6
** Sugarine 16% Dairy Feed -----·-- 16.0 17.1 3.0 1.9 15.0 13.3**
Wayne Fitting Ration ——----—--- 13.0 15.3 3.0   10.0 6.3
Wayne 27% Sweet Mix Stock Supplement - - 27.0 28.9 3.0 3.6 .10.0 8.0
Wayne Porkmaker — --———----- 14.0 16.1 3.0 4.1 8,0 5,7
Wayne Special 40% Hog Supplement ---- 40.0 39.8 2,5 4,6 8.0 5.7
Calcium 2.5 3.18 .
Phosphorus .5 .96
Salt 1.7 .72.
** Wayne Hog Supplement —-------- 40.0 41.9 2.5 4,1 8.0 6.5**
Calcium 4.0 3.2
Phosphorus 1,5   ‘
Salt 1.7 0.7
Iodine .0008
ANDERSON & SPILMAN, DANVILLE. KENTUCKY
Stock Feed ----—- - —·------ 12.5 12.5 3.5 3.4 8,0 5,6
Stock Feed —-——---— · ---—-- 12.5 13.5 3.5 3.1 8.0 5.5
** Snow Flake Feed -·---------- 12.5 12.2 3.5 2.6 8.0 4,8 **
ANGLO SWEET FEED MILL. INC., OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY
Ace 40% Pig & I-{og Supplement (For Dry Lot) 40.0 45.6 4.5 4.2 8,0 5.4
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REMARKS Guar. Found Guar. Found Guar. Found
APEX MILLING COMPANY, TOLEDO OHIO
Apex Complete Starter & Grower A11 Mash - 18.0 19.4 3.0 4.7 7.5 5.7
Apex Scratch Grains -—---·-·-·- 9.0 8.6 3.0 2.7 4.0 Z,5
Apex 16% Dairy Feed ---------- 16.0 19.5 3,0 3.2 15,0 11.9
Apex Horse & Mule Feed --------- 9.0 10.4 2.0 3.0 12.0 6.8
ARCADY FARMS MILLING CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS .
Sunkist Egg Mash — - --------—- 18.0 19.6 3.5 3.8 8.0 7.1
Sunkist Egg Mash ----—----—-- 18.0 19.2 3.5 3.6 8.0 7.4
Wonderfat 14% Station Feed ------- 14.0 15,0 4.5 4.2 8.0 6.4
Wonderfat 14% Station Feed -----—- 14.0 15.0 4.5 4.6 8.0 6.3
** Sunkist 40% Hog Supplement ----—-- 40.0   3.5 2.0 8.0 7.4**
Very much below guarantee in protein & fat. I-
** Sunkist 40% Hog Supplement ----~—- 40,0 39.5 3.5   8.0 7.2**
ASHCRAFT-WILKINSON CO., ATLANTA, GEORGIA
** Helmet 41% Cottonseed Meal ———---- 41.0 39.1 5.5 5.2 10,0 5.6**
Very much below guarantee in protein. —_ ‘
** Helmet 41% Cottonseed Meal ---- `— - - 41,0 40.9 5.5 5.6 10.0 u£>** ·
AUBREY & COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Red ‘A' 20% Laying Mash - -------- 20.0 20.9 3.0 3.4 8.0 5.9
Red ‘A' 20% Laying Mash - ----- - - — 20.0 21,5 3.0 3.2 8.0 5.7
Red ‘A' 14% Poultry Fattening Mash ---- 14,0 13.8 4.0 4.1 6.0 4.8
** Red ‘A' 32% Dairy Supplement ----—- 32.0 33.1 4.0 2.5 8.5 g**
Red ‘A' 32% Dairy Supplement ------ 32.0 33.3 3.0   8.5 5.7
Red ‘A' 32% Dairy Supplement ------ 32.0 35.2 3,0 2.9 8.5 5.2
Red ‘A' 24% Dairy Feed ----——--- 24.0 26.0 3.0 3.7 12.0 7.5
Supreme 24% Dairy Feed —-—--—--- 24.0 26.2 3.0 3,6 12.0 7.8
Red ‘A' 20% Dairy Feed ------—-— 20.0 21.9 4.0 3.7 12.0 7.9
‘ Red ‘A' 20% Dairy Feed --------- 20.0 22,0 3.0 3.4 12.0 7.3
Red ‘A' 20% Dairy Feed ---—----- 20.0 24.2 3.0 3.6 12.0 6.9 I
Red ‘A' 40% Hog Supplement —------ 40,0 42.2 2.0 1.6 7.0 6.0 ,
_ Red ‘A' 40% Hog Supplement --—— - - - 40.0 43.4 2.0 1.9 7.0 5.1
' Red ‘A' Hog Fattener --------— 14.0 15.8 3.0 4.6 8.0 6.7
Red ‘A' 95% Grain Horse Feed -—---— 9.0 9.5 3.0 3.5 8.0 4.7
Red ‘A' Horse Feed - —--—--—-·- 10.0 11.1 3,0 3,2 10,0 7,8
Red ‘A' Horse Feed --—-—------ 10.0 11.0 3.0 3.2 10.0 8.7
· · Aubrey's 44% Soybean Oil Meal -—-—-- 44.0 48.1 .5 .32 7.0 6.2
Aubrey's 41% Cottonseed Meal --—-—- 41.0 42.3 5.0 5.4 12.0 11,1
41% Solvent Extracted Cottonseed Meal - - 41.0 42.3 1.0 1.1 13.0 9.5
41% Solvent Extracted Cottonseed lvieal — - 41.0 41.6 1.0 1,8 13.0 10.2
Red ‘A' Wheat Gray Shorts with Screenings — 16.0 17.9 4.0 4.6 6.0 5.3
Red ‘A' Wheat Gray Shorts with Screenings - 16.0 15.9 4.0 3.7 6.0 6.5
Wheat Bran -------------- 15.0 16.0 3.7 3,8 10,0 9,7
Red ‘A' 50% Meat Scraps -------- 50.0 51.2 6.0 9.6 3.0 1.6
** Red ‘A' 60% Digester Tankage ----—- 60.0 61.7 6.0 8.7 2.5 3.1**
Ground Oats -----------—-- 11.0 11.4 4.5 4.3 12,0 K
AUBURN MILLS, THE, AUBURN, KENTUCKY
** Leader Hen Scratch Feed -—------- 10.5   3.2   2.5 2.1**
** Leader Hen Scratch Feed -----·-—- 10.5   3.2   2.5 2.3**
** Mixed Feed -------------- 14.4 14.3 4.5 E 7.5 6.1**
** H0miny Feed --—----------- 10.0 10.0 7.0   8.0 4.7**
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MANUFA U ,   AND 7   ra. rum
REMARKS Guar. Found Guar. Found Guar. Found
BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY n
Insurance Turkey Growing Mash ---—- 20.0 23.0 3.5 3.7 8.0 6.0
**Insurance Special Purpose Scratch Grains - 9.0   2.5 2.1 4.0 1.7**
**Insurance Special Purpose Scratch Grains - 9.0   2.5 2.2 4.0 1.9**
**Mi1k Insurance 32% Sweet Dairy Feed - - — 32.0 33.9 4.5   9.0 8.6**
**Mi1k Insurance 32% Sweet Dairy Feed - - - 32.0 33.9 4.5   9.0 7.0**
Mi1k Insurance 24% Dairy Feed ---—- 24.0 26.3 3.5 3.4 9.0 8.6
Milk Insurance 24% Dairy Feed ----— 24.0 25.3 3.5 4.0 9.0 8.1
Milk Insurance 16% Dairy Feed ----- 16.0 17.8 3.5 3.7 9.0 8.0
Insurance 12 1/2% Dry & Freshening Feed - 12.5 12.9 3.0 2.5 12.5 6.8
**Insurance 40% Pig & Sow Supplement - - - 40.0 41.7 5.0   8.0 6.9**
**Insurance 40% Pig & Sow Supplement - - - 40.0 43.1 5.0   8.0 6.9**
Insurance Pork Builder (Fattening Feed) - 14.0 16.9 3.5 3.2 8.0 6.3
Insurance 18% Pig & Sow Ration ---- 18.0 19.5 3.5 7.7 6.0 4.9
**Insura.nce 18% Pig & Sow Ration ---- 18.0 19.2 3.5   6.0 6.0**
Insurance 18% Pig & Sow Ration ---- 18.0 20.2 3.5 3.6 6.0 5.7
Insurance Special Horse Feed ------ 10.0 11.1 3.0 3.6 10.0 5.8
**Insurance Heavy Grain Horse Feed ---- 9.0   2.5 2.4 12.5 3.5**
Ba11ard‘s Wheat Brown Shorts with Screenings 15.0 15.4 3.5 4.3 7.0 5.9
Ba11ard‘s Wheat Brown Shorts with Screenings 15.0 16.2 3.5 4.0 7.0 6.5
Ba11ard's Wheat Brown Shorts with Screenings 15.0 16.2 3.5 4.1 7.0 6.1
Ba11ard's Wheat Mixed Feed & Screenings — 15.5 15.2 4.0 4.4 8.5 6.6
Ba11ard‘s Wheat Bran ----—----- 14.5 14.2 3.5 3.2 11.0 9.7
BALLARD, FRANK, SPRINGFIELD, KENTUCKY
Frank Ba11ard's 14% Stock Feed ·—--- 14.0 18.3 3.5 3.6 9.0 7.0
BARDSTOWN MILL, BARDSTOWNLKENTUCKY
Mixed Feed ------—------- 13.0 12.9 3.5 3.8 7.5 6.8
**Roya1 Scratch Feed ---------- 10.2   3.2 2.8 4.0 2.3**
BARDWELL SWEET FEED MILL, BARDWELL, KENTUCKY
**Ouick Growth Pig Feed ------—-- 18.0   2.5 3.8 6.0 5.5**
BARNETT & SULLIVAN CO., HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY
B1ue Ribbon 18% Egg Mash -------- 18.0 19.7 2.5 3.4 7.0 6.5
BAUGHMAN MILLING COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY
Banner 20% Laying Mash -------- 20.0 20.5 3.5 3.9 7.0 5.6
Banner 16% Dairy Feed --—------ 16.0 16.1 3.5 3.3 10.0 7.8
**Banner 16% Pig lr Sow Meal -—--——- 16.0 16.4 3.5 4.4 6.0 5.7**
Adulterated with Screenings.
**Ban¤er 16% Pig & Sow Meal —--—--- 16.0 17.2 3.5 3.8 6.0 4.7**
Adulterated with Screenings.
By-Product Feed --—---—-—--— 11.0 12.1 3.5 4,4 7_0 7_5
By-Product Feed ---—-------- 11,0 11.7 3.5 5,1 7_0 {L6
Hominy Feed -------·---—- 10.0 10,6 5,0 5_9 6_() 4_4
BEAVER DAM MILLING COMPANY, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY
Eureka 16% Dairy Feed --·------ 16.0 19.1 3.0 3.1 12.5 7.1
Eureka 16% Dairy Feed --------- 16.0 17.8 3.0 3.4 12.5 6.4
Eureka 16% Pig In Hog Ration -—---- 16.0 17.6 4.0 3.7 6.0 5.1 “
Eureka Wheat Gray Shorts ------- 16.0 15.7 4.0 4.3 6.0 5.1
BENSON VALLEY MILLING CO., FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY
16 1/2% Dairy Feed ---------- 16.5 16.6 3.0 3.6 10.0 8.9
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 COMMERCIAL FEEDS, 1949 .
MANUFA U , BRAND AND -@  rat — `7 Fiber
REMARKS Guar. Found Guar. Found Guar. Found
BI-COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, ERLANGER, KY.
Co-op. Mi1kmake'r 20% Dairy Feed ------ 20. 0 20.0 3. 0 4.1 9. 0 6. 4
BIG FOUR MILLS, COVINGTON, KENTUCKY
` **Big Four 20% Laying Mash ·-·------- 20. 0 18. 9 3. 5 4. 3 7. O 6. 3**
Big Four 20% Laying Mash ---------- 20. 0 E 3.5 4. 8 7. 0 6. 5
Big Four 20% Laying Mash -·-------- 20. 0 20. 9 3. 5 4. 5 7. 0 6. 5
Big Four 18% Laying Mash --—------- 18.0 19.1 3.5 3.9 7.0 6.1
Big Four 18% Laying Mash --·-·----- 18.0 18.1 3.5 4.3 7.0 6.7
Big Four Scratch Feed ------------ 9.0 8.6 3.0 3.9 3.5 1.9  
**Big Four 32% Dairy Supplement ------- 32. 0 32. 4 4. 5 3. 0 9. 0 7. 8**
Kentucky Hi-Lo 24% Dairy Feed ------- 24. 0 28. 4 3. 0   12. 0 10. 1
Kentucky Hi-Lo 24% Dairy Feed ------- 24.0 27. 4 3. 0 3. 3 12. 0 10.1 .
O.K. 24% Dairy Feed -—---—------- 24.0 23.5 3.5 3.5 15.0 10.4
O.K. 24% Dairy Feed ------------- 24.0 23,8   3.2 15.0 11.3
O.K. 16% Dairy Feed - -‘ ----------- 16.0 17.1 3.0 3.4 15.0 12.7
0.1<. 16% Dairy Feed ............. 16.0 17.1 3.0 4.2 15.0 13.2 ‘
**O.K. 16% Dairy Feed ---....--..-. 16.0 18.4 3.0 1.5 15.0 12.8**
Very high in salt. ‘
Big Four 20% Hog Feed ------------ 20.0 20.7 3.5 3.1 8.0 6.4
Big Four 20% Hog Feed -—---------- 20. 0 22.1 3. 5 3. 6 8. 0 5. 5
Big Four20% Hog Feed -—---— - ----- 20.0 22.1 3.5 3,8 8,0 5.9
O.K. 16% Hog Feed -----—----·--· 16.0 16.5 3.5 3.4 8.0 7.3
Hi—L0 Horse Feed --------------- 10.0 9.6 3.0 3.8 12.0 8.9
41% Soybean Oil Meal -—----------- 41.0 43.1 4.0 5.1 6.0 5.4
BINNS MILLING COMPANY, HERNDON, KENTUCKY
**Eclipse 15 1/2% Hog Feed ----------- 15.5 13.6 5.5 3.5 6.0 3.2**
I Very much below guarantee in protein & fat. -__- __—
**Eclipse Mixed Feed -—--—-—---—--- 15.0 13.5 4.5 3.7 8.0 8.5** V
BISBEE LINSEED CO. , CHICAGO HEIGHTS, ILL. ·
‘ **Bisbee 32% Old Process Linseed Oil Meal - - 32. 0 36. 5 3. 5 . 6 10. 0 9. 5**
Very much below guarantee in fat. -—
B Sz L MILLING CO. , MEXICO, INDIANA
**H0miny Feed ----—------—------ 10.0 9.4 6.0 7.2 6.0 4.7**
LAIR ELEVATOR CORP. , THE, ATCHISON, KANSAS
 I *Certified 18% Laying Mash ---------- 18. 0 18. 4 3. 5 4. O 8. 0 7. 3**
Adulterated with Screenings & Peanut I-Iulls.
BLAIR MILLING CO., THE, ATCHISON, KANSAS
¤•Wheat Gray Shorts & Screenings --—---- 16. 0 16. 0 4. 0 3. 9 6. 0 @*1**
·*Wheat Gray Shorts & Screenings ------- 16. 0 16. 2 4. 0 3. 4 6. 0 4. 7**
Wheat Gray Shorts & Screenings ------- 16.0 15.7 4. 0 47-0 6. 0 6. 4
1: LISH MILLING CO. , SEYMOUR, INDIANA
*Bull's Eye Wheat Brown Middlings & Screenings16. O 14. 5 4.0   7. 5 7. 1**
 LUE BIRD FEED MILL, SOMERSET, KENTUCKY
 ¤rMi1k Maid 20% Dairy Feed ------- - -- - 20.0 16.6 3.0 3.1 13.0 12.4**
Very, very much below guarantee in protein. _—
‘ Red Bird 16% Dairy Feed ----------- 16.0 15.9 3.5 3.0 15.0 13.9
Squealer Hog Fattener ------------- 16. 0 15. 9 4.0 4. 3 B. 0 6. 9
41% SOybe3nOi1Mea1 -------··---- 41.0 42.9 4.0 6.7 7.0 5.7
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 A , BRAND AND Protein Fat Fine.-
REMARKS Guar. Found Guar. Found Guar. Found
BOTKINS GRAIN & FEED CO. , BOTKINS, OHIO
Square Deal Cracked Corn -----—---- 8. 0 8. 3 3. 5 3. Z 3. 0 1. 3
BROADWAY ROLLER MILLS, BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY
**Steve's 15% Stock Feed ------------ 15.0 14.3 3.5 3.4 10.0 5.1** ‘
**Steve‘s 15% Stock Feed -·-----—---- 15.0 HT 3.5 5.4 10.0 5.6**
BRODE' CORP. , THE, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
**Owl 41% Cottonseed Meal --—-------- 41. 0 40. 2 5. 0 5.1 12. 0 10. 2**
Owl 41% Cottonseed Meal ----------- 4I.0 RTE 5.0 5.4 12.0 10.2
**Ow1 41% Cottonseed Meal -—--------- 41.0 39.3 5.0 5.8 12.0 10.5
Very much below guarantee in protein.
BROWDER MILLING CO . , FULTON, KENTUCKY
**Browder's Starting and Growing All Mash - - 18. 0 20. 5 5. 0 4. 5 5. O 5. 6**
Browder‘s Starting and Growing A11 Mash - - 18. 0 19. 7 5. 0 4. 4 5. 0 I5?
**Mi1k Maid 18% Dairy Feed ---------- 18. 0 17. 3 4. O 3. 6 10. 0 6. 6**
BUCKEYE COTTON OIL CO. , THE, CINCINNATI, OHIO
Buckeye 44% Solvent Process Soybean Oil Meal 44. 0 48. 0 . 5 . 5 7. 8 5. 5
Buckeye 41% Solvent Extracted Cottonseed Mea14l. 0 41. 2 1. 0 1. 4 13. 0 ll. 8
‘ Buckeye 41% Cottonseed Meal -----——- 41.0 40.7 5.0 5.4 12.0 10.7
BUFFALO ROLLER MILLS, BUFFALO, KENTUCKY
Wheat Feed & Screenings -—--------- 12.0 11.9 3.5 3.7 6.5 6.6
BUHLER MILL & ELEVATOR CO. ,THE, INMAN, KANSAS
Wheat Gray Shorts ------- - ---- *- - — 16.0 16.3 4.0 3.8 6.0 5.0
BUHNER & CO. , LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Buhner's 20% Laying Mash ---------— Z0. 0 20.1 3. 0 3. 8 8. 0 5. 7
Buhner's 20% Laying Mash ---------- 20.0 21.4 3.0 3.5 8.0 7.5
**Bu1mer‘s 24% Protein & Mineral Dairy Feed - Z4. 0 23. 5 3.'0 4. Z 12. 0 9. 2**
Calciurn Z. 4 1.9
Phosphorus . 5 T7
sau 2.0 TK
Buhner's 24% Protein & Mineral Dairy Feed - Z4. 0 253 3. 0 3. 5 12. 0 8. 5
Calciurn 2.4 2. 2
Phosphorus . 5 . 7
Salt 2. 0 2. 5
Buhner's 16% Dairy Feed ----------- A 16.0 19.2 3.0 3.6 15.0 9.7 l
Buhner's Special 16% Dairy Feed ------- 16.0 17.1 3.0 3.3 15.0 11.5
Buhner's Special 16% Dairy Feed ------- 16.0 17.5 3.0 4.5 15.0 11.6
Magnolia 12% Stock Feed -----—----- 12.0 12.8 2.5 4.1 10.0 7.9
Magnolia 12% Stock Feed -—-——--—--- 12.0 13.7 2.5 4.0 10.0 7.5
Magnolia 12% Stock Feed -----—----- 12.0 13.8 2.5 2.9 10.0 8.7
Buhner's Happy Farmer 20% Pig & Sow Ration 20. 0 21.1 3. 0 4. 0 6. 0 5. 6
Happy Farmer Horse & Mule Feed ------ 9. 0 8. 9 2. 5 3. 5 12. 0 6.1
BUNDY BROS. MILL CO. , MEDORA, INDIANA
Bundy Scratch Feed --—-----—-—--- 10. 0 10. 9 3. 0 2. 8 3. 0 2.1
Medora Wheat Mixed Feed & Screenings - - - 14. 0 13. 9 3. 5 3.4 8. 5 7. 2
Hominy Feed --------------·--- 10.0 9.7 7.0 7.2 5.5 3.9 ,
BURGIN ROLLER MILLS, BURGIN, KENTUCKY _
BRM Hog Feed ------—·--------- 13.0 13.8 4.0 3.6 6.5 5.4 `
BRM Mixed Feed -----·-—·------- 12.0 12.7 4.0 3.7 7.0 5.3
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MANUF U , BRAND AND Pi-ocean W Fiber  —
REMARKS Guar. Found Guar. Found Guar. Found
BURNETTE'S FEED MILL, LEITCHFIELD, KENTUCKY
B & M 20% Laying Mash ------------ 20.0 20.2 2.5 4.5 7.0 5.3
B & M I-Iog Feed (Fattening) ---------- 14.0 15.7 2.5 3.8 8.0 5.7
CADICK MILLING CO. , GRANDVIEW, INDIANA
Cadick Gold Dust 18% L