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I should much prefer to feed cactus every day in the year, allowing the cattle to have all they care to eat, but, as I said before, my great concern is that my supply is limited. I consider cactus one of the very best forages for semi-arid or dry countries. Yours very truly, (Signed) ROBT. HIND. is — Note. Mr. 000 acres of land. has been engaged in raising livestock for over twentv years and has several thousand head of cattle, several thousand sheep and hogs and a large number of horses. He is progressive and believes in blooded stock and has from time to time imported the finest types of Here- He fords and Polled Angus cattle.

Timm, at Dixon, California Affibanit As Feed for Dairy Cows Burbank Compaai) ^G Luther San Francisco, Cal. A. Blooded Dairy Cows Feeding on Burbank Forage Cactus. Cows from this Herd on a Burbank Cactus Ration Increased Their Milk Flow Ten Pounds per Day Over a Green Alfalfa Ration. ) Some Comments by Our Customers San Diego. The Luther Burbank Company. I secured some of your famous spineless cac- them about August 1, 1912, and will say they have done well. I also secured later one of the fruiting kind and planted same about September 1, 1912.

After sixteen years of expensive and costly experimentation he has produced a new and most valuable cattle food For many years it has been for the world. the custom in Africa as well as in those parts of America where it abounds, to feed to cattle certain varieties of the prickly pear cactus after the spines have been burned off. This burning, of course, greatly increases the cost of fodder. The food value of this spiny cactus for stock has been known by cattlemen, who have grown and used it for some years.

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