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 Front Cover
 Title Page
 Table of Contents
 Letter of transmittal
 Summary of expenditures
 Summary of analysis
 Commercial state values of...
 Market prices of chemicals and...
 New York wholesale prices
 Factors for conversion
 Commercial state values of feed...
 Market prices for feed stuffs at...
 Composition of feeding stuffs
 Standards for wheat by-product...
 Immature citrus fruit
 Fake fertilizers
 Detailed analytical report






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    Front Cover
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    Title Page
        Page 3
    Table of Contents
        Page 4
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Summary of expenditures
        Page 7
    Summary of analysis
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Commercial state values of fertilizer
        Page 14
    Market prices of chemicals and fertilizer materials at Florida seaports
        Page 15
        Page 16
    New York wholesale prices
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Factors for conversion
        Page 20
    Commercial state values of feed stuff
        Page 21
    Market prices for feed stuffs at Florida seaports
        Page 22
    Composition of feeding stuffs
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
    Standards for wheat by-products
        Page 27
    Immature citrus fruit
        Page 28
        Page 29
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        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
    Fake fertilizers
        Page 35
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VOLUME 34


FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLETIN



JANUARY 1, 1925

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

NATHAN MAYO
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE



REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL DIVISION.



R. E. ROSE
STATE CHEMIST


Entered January 81. 1903, at Tallahassee, Florida, as second-class matter
under Act of Congress of June. 1900.


These Bulletins Are Issued Free to Those Requesting Them.


T.J. APPLEYARD, PRINTER, TALtANASSEE, FLORIDA


NUMBER 1











TABLE OF CONTENTS


Letter of Transmittal ............................ 5
Summary of Expenditures....................... 7
Summary of Analyses ............ ............... 8
Fertilizers Summary ........................... 9
Feed Stuff Summary ........................... 10
Food and Drug Summary...................... 11
Oils Summary ................................ 12
Summary of Official Samples Drawn............. 13
Commercial State Values of Fertilizer .............. 14
Market Prices of Chemicals and Fertilizer Materials
at Florida Seaports...... ..................... 15
New York Wholesale Prices...................... 17
Factors for Conversion ........................... 20
Commercial State Values of Feeed Stuff............ 21
Market Prices for Feed Stuffs at Florida Seaports.. 22
Composition of Feeding Stuffs...................... 23
Standards for Wheat By-Products ................. 27
Immature Citrus Fruit ........................... 28
Fake Fertilizers ............................... 35
Detailed Analytical Report-
Fertilizers ..................... .............. 38
Feed Stuffs .................................. 75
Foods and Drugs ........................... 102
Miscellaneous ................................. 114
Detailed Financial Report ...................... 121











STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT, 1924



Tallahassee, Fla., January 6, 1925.

To His Excellency,

John W. Martin, Governor,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Sir :-I have the honor to submit the following report
of the Chemical Division of the Agricultural Department
of the State of Florida, for the year ending December 31,
1924.
The report of the State Treasurer shows the sale of in-
spection stamps covering 365,317.08 tons of commercial
fertilizers and cotton seed meal-
Amounting to............................. $ 91,329.27
And 233,225.44 tons of Commercial Feeding
Stuffs--
Amounting to ............................. 58,306.36
A total revenue of ....................... $149,635.63
paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the General
Revenue Fund; from which is to be deducted the total ex-
penses of the Chemical Division incident to the execution
of the Fertilizer, Feed Stuff, Pure Food and Drug, Imma-
ture Citrus Fruit and Gasoline Laws. The total expenses
of the Chemical Division, as audited and approved by
the State Chemist and approved by the Commissioner of
Agriculture, in accordance with the opinions of the At-
torney General of December 7, 1917, August 1, 1919, and
October 3, 1919, being $34,896.54, showing a balance of
$114,739.09 paid into the General Revenue Fund of the
State. A summary of these expenses will be found on a
succeeding page. A detailed financial report will be found
in the last pages of this report. For expenditures 6f the
funds charged to the State Chemist, and paid upon the
approval of the Commissioner of Agriculture only, I would
respectfully refer to the Report of the Commissioner of
Agriculture.









6

The Pure Food and Drugs Law, the Immature Citrus
Fruit Law, the Gasoline Inspection Law and Prohibition
Law pay nothing towards the support of the Chemical
Division, although the salary of the Oil Analyst is charged
to the appropriation of the State Chemist and accounted
for in his Annual Report to the Governor.
In addition, these laws entail upon the chemists and
inspectors of the Chemical Division frequent attendance
upon courts as witnesses in criminal cases for violation of
the various control laws, particularly the citrus fruit and
the prohibition laws, thus taking much time from their
analytical work, and necessarily retarding the prompt
service which the public-consumers and honest manu-
facturers-are entitled to have.
Respectfully,
R. E. ROSE,
State Chemist.











SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES AUDITED AND
APPROVED BY THE STATE CHEMIST, 1924,
AS PROVIDED BY SEC. 2411, REVISED
GENERAL STATUTES, 1920.
Salary of the State Chemist ................$ 3,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Fertilizers..... 2,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Additional
Fertz. Analyst ........................... 2,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Foods and Drugs 2,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Stock Feed.... 2,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Oils.......... 2,000.00
Salary of Clerk Chemical Division........... 1,320.00
Samples and incidentals, Pure Food Depart-
ment .................................. 1,233.78
Chemicals, apparatus and incidentals, State
Laboratory ............................. 465.68
Traveling expenses State Chemist and Assist-
ants* ................................. 3,432.06
Postage, State Chemist ..................... 371.42
Chemicals and apparatus. Chapter 9127 ...... 576.28

Total, audited and approved by State Chem-
ist and Commissioner of Agriculture .... $ 20,399.22
*Includes $1,800.00 credited to Commissioner of Agri-
culture for travel of additional inspector.
ITEMS APPROVED BY COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE ONLY.
Salaries and traveling expenses Food and Drug
Inspectors ..............................$ 12,009.94
Salaries and expenses, Citrus Inspectors...... 2,487.38

Total, approved by Commissioner of Agri-
culture .............................. $14,497.32
Total expenses, Chemical Division .......... 34,896.54
To credit General Revenue ............... 114,739.09

Gross Revenue ........................ $149,635.63
Balance forward to July 1, 1924........... $ 18,363.86
Appropriation, July 1, 1924, to July 1, 1925.. 32,220.00

$50,583.86
Expenses Chemical Division ................. 34,896.54

Balance forward to July 1, 1925...........$ 15,687.32











SUMMARY OF ANALYTICAL REPORT, 1924.

The following analyses were made during the year:
Official samples fertilizers ..................... 172
Special samples fertilizers (sent in by citizens) .... 166
Official samples feed stuff......... ........ ... 223
Special samples feed stuff (sent in by citizens) .... 3
Official Food and Drug samples................. 31
Special food and drug samples (sent in by citizens). 69
Official samples citrus fruit.................... 312
Gasoline ..................................... 491
K erosene ..................................... 172
Miscellaneous samples (sent in by citizens)........ 12
Samples for Geological Survey .................. 66

Total number analyses ....................... 1,717

SPECIAL SAMPLES DRAWN BY PURCHASERS.

The Florida law is peculiar in this respect, permitting
citizens, purchasers of lawful feeds and fertilizers that
are duly registered, under oath with the Commissioner
of Agriculture as evidenced by the guarantee tag and
stamp upon each package, to draw samples of the same,
according to law, rules and regulations, to prevent the
submission of spurious samples, and obtain, without cost,
a certificate of analysis by the State Chemist. In case
of deficiency in the goods so purchased, the sample being
properly drawn, packed and transmitted, according to
law and regulations, the purchaser can, upon proof of the
fact, obtain a judgment for double the amount of the price
of the goods, while the dealer will be subject to the pen-
alties of the law. This provision of the law, however, does
not apply to illegitimate goods sold by unregistered, un-
lawful dealers or their agents; consumers who purchase
such unlawful goods having no recourse under the law,
for damages.











FERTILIZERS SUMMARY.

Gordon Hart, B. S., Analyst.

Dan Dahle, Ch. E. Analyst.

Official samples fertilizer ....................... 172
Special samples fertilizer......................... 166

Total analyses fertilizer department.............. 338

The 158 samples of complete fertilizer drawn by the
State Chemists and Inspectors had the following average
composition and guarantee:


Official analysis ........
Guarantee .............
Excess above guarantee..


Ammonia.
3.80%
3.69%
0.11%


Avail.
Phos. Acid.
7.51%
6.84%
0.67%


Potash.
5.40%
5.02%
0.38%


Average State value found, per ton ............. $32.94
Average State value guaranteed, per ton.......... $31.17

EXCESS 0.20% ABOVE GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers exceeding the guarantee
'0.20% (twenty points) as follows:


In Ammonia ................
In Available Phosphoric Acid..
In Potash ..................


52 samples, or 32.91%
121 samples, or 76.58%
97 samples, or 63.92%


DEFICIENCY 0.20% BELOW GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers below guarantee 0.20%
(twenty points) as follows:


In Ammonia ................
In Available Phosphoric Acid..
In Potash ...................


20 samples, or 12.65%
6 samples, or 3.79%
22 samples, or 13.92%










10

SUMMARY COMMERCIAL STOCK FEED.

E. Peck Greene, B. S., Analyst.

The following analyses have been made during the year:

Official samples feed stuff........................ 223
Special samples feed stuff ........................ 3

Total analysis Feed Department................. 226

The average composition of the official samples was as
follows:

Nitrogen-Free
Protein Fat. Extract.
Official analysis .... 24.40% 3.79% 54.02%
Guaranteed analysis. 23.94% 3.51% 50.95%

Average excess ... 0.46% 0.28% 3.07%

We find the official samples of feed stuff exceed the
guarantee 0.20% (twenty points) as follows:

In protein .................. 119 samples, or 54.09%
In fat ...................... 73 samples, or 52.52%
In nitrogen-free extract ....... 65 samples, or 70.00%

There was a deficiency of 0.20% (twenty points) as
follows:

In protein .................. 62 samples, or 28.18%
In fat ...................... 26 samples, or 18.70%
In nitrogen-free extract...... 24 samples, or 25.80%










FOOD AND DRUG SUMMARY.

B. Jay Owen, Analyst.


Official food and drug samples............ .. 31
Special food and drug samples.............. 69
100
Official citrus fruit samples................ 312
312

Grand total food and drug samples........ 412
No special citrus fruit samples analyzed.

CITRUS FRUIT SUMMARY.

Special Official

INSPECTORS |



J. W. Cowart, Coconut
W. R. Griffin, Sutherland .... ..... 44 25 .69
J. W. Hopson, Leesburg.. ..... ..... 14 66 80
J. B. Pylant, Bartow..... ..... ..... 7 0 7
J. W. Cowart, Coconut
Grove ................ ..... ..... 36 0 36
J. B. Brinson, Madison... ..... ..... 7 17 24
E. Woodworth, Tampa.... ..... ..... 8 3 11
A. M. Lewis, Marianna. .. ..... ..... 13 4 17
B. Jay Owen, Tallahassee. ............. 8 13 21
Dan Dahle, Tallahassee... ..... ..... 41 6 47

Total samples, 1924...... ..... .... 178 134 312
Total samples, 1915 to
1924 ................. 1,131 642 896 401 3,374

Total samples since adop-
tion U. S. Standard.... 1,131 642 1,074 535 3,686
1 4 ,7 1 3 ,8












SUMMARY OP OIL ANALYSIS.

N. B. Davis, A. B., Analyst.

Special gasoline samples analyzed ............ 23
Official gasoline samples analyzed............ 468

Total .................................. 491

Special kerosene samples analyzed ............ 0
Official kerosene samples analyzed.......... 172

Total .................................. 172

Total samples analyzed ................... 663

Illegal official gasoline samples ................. 8
P er cent .................................... 1.70
Illegal special gasoline samples .................. 0
Per cent ........................ ........... 0
Illegal official kerosene samples .................. 2
Per cent .................................... 1.16
Illegal special kerosene samples .................. 0
Per cent ...................... ........... 0












OFFICIAL SAMPLES.

Official samples of Fertilizer, Feeding Stuffs, Food and
Drugs were drawn as follows:





::a o 2f -


R. E. Rose, State Chemist.......
Gordon Hart, Assistant.........
B. Jay Owen, Assistant.........
Dan Dahle, Assistant ...........
A. M. Lewis, Inspector.........
Ellis Woodworth, Inspector......
J. B. Brinson, Inspector........
L. W. Zim, Inspector...........
P. M. Hagan, Inspector.........
W. R. Griffin, Citrus Inspector..
J. B. Pylant, Citrus Inspector..
J. W. Hopson, Citrus Inspector..


T otals ............. .......


10
0
10
1
27
92
22
10
0
0
0
0
O--


5 0
0 0
38 12
0 1
26 0
32 12
96 1
18 0
8 0
0 1
0 3
0 1


223 31


15
0
60
2
53
136
119
28
8
1
3
1


426










COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FERTILIZER
1925.
For the season 1925 the following State values are fixed
as a guide to purchasers, quotations January 1st.
Values of the ingredients of fertilizers per pound are
as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid............ 5te per pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid............ 1 c per pound
Ammonia ........................ 23 c per pound
Potash ............................. 6 c per pound
If calculated by units (a unit being 20 pounds, or 1%
of a ton) the State values for fertilizers are as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid............ $1.16 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid............ .. '0.20 per unit
Ammonia .......................... $4.60 per unit
Potash ............................. $1.25 per unit
An allowance of $3.50 per ton for mixing and bagging
is usually charged.
To find the commercial State value, multiply the per-
centages of valuable ingredients by the price per unit.

Example No. 1.
Available Phosphoric Acid......... 8.05X1.16-$ 9.35
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid.......... 2.00X 0.20- 0.40
Ammonia ........................ 5.35X4.60- 24.60
Potash .......................... 5.80+ 1.25- 7.25
Mixing and bagging .............. 3.50

State value per ton .............. $45.10

Example No. 2.
Available Phosphoric Acid......... 8.00X1.16-$ 9.28
Ammonia ........................ 3.00+4.60- 13.80
Potash .......................... 3.00X 1.25- 3.75
Mixing and bagging ............... 3.50

State value per ton.............. $30.33
Ammoniate Values, 1925.
Unit Pound
Inorganic Ammonia (salts) ............. $3.49 $0.171/
Organic Ammonia (vegetable and animal). 5.70 0.281/
Average Ammonia (all sources).......... 4.60 0.23








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MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZ-
ING MATERIALS AT FLORIDA SEAPORTS,
JANUARY 1, 1925.

COMPOSITION.

MATERIAL. .

P, P CP
2n 'P1


Dissolved bone black........ 16

High grade acid phosphate.. 16

Hardwood ashes............ ....

Hardwood ashes ...............

Muriate of potash..............

Sulphate of potash.............

Sulphate of potash.............

K ainit .................... ..

K ainit .................... ....

Nitrate of potash ..............

Shrimp scrap ............. 4

Sheep manure ............. 11

Goat manure ..................

Ground tobacco stems ...........

Ground tobacco stems ..........


I I
.... 2 ....

. . 1 . .

.... 50 .

. . 48

.... 14 .
1


.... 12 ... .

.. . 15 18

2 1 7

. . 3 121

....13.001 1.51

. . 8 3

2 11/2


$ 30.00

18.50

24.00

25.50

48.50

62.00

60.00

18.00

15.50

80.00

48.00

30.00

27.00

35.00

22.00









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MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZ-
ING MATERIALS AT FLORIDA SEAPORTS,
JANUARY 1, 1924-(Continued).

CoMPOSIlION.

MATERIAL.

t a vo d o a

Cut tobacco stems.............. .... 4 11/2 25.00

Baled tobacco stems .......... .. 7 2 35.00

Steamed bone meal......... 8 14 .... 3 44.00

Raw bone meal............. 5 15 .... 4.5 47.00

Low grade tankage......... 4 8 .... 6.5 46.00

Medium grade tankage. ..... 4 4 .... 8 49.00

High grade tankage........ 3 2 .... 10 55.00

Dried blood .......... ... ........... 116 82.00

Nitrate of soda......................... 18 68.50

Sulphate of ammonia....... .... .... .... 25 79.50

Castor meal ................... .... ... 6 37.70

Fish scrap ................ 5 . I11 68.00
1 1 I

Terms: 30 days net, or 5% discount for cash in 10 days.
The charges by reputable manufacturers for mixing and
bagging any special or regular formula are $3.50 per ton
in excess of above prices.











NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES, CURRENT JAN-
UARY 1, 1925, FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

AMMONIATES.

Ammonia, sulphate, f. o. b. works, bulk
.. ......... . 100 lbs. 2.75 @ 2.80
double bags, f. a. s. N. Y....... 100 lbs. 3.00 Nom.
imported, synthetic, bulk (minimum,
500 tons) ................100 lbs. 2.85 @ 2.90
single bags .................. 100 lbs. 2.95 @ 3.00
Blood, dried, 15@17 per cent ammonia, f.
o. b. New York..............unit 3.60 @--
South American, to arrive.........unit 3.90 @-
high grade, ground, f. o. b. Chicago bulk
.. .................... unit 3.60 @ -
Cottonseed meal, 7 per cent ammonia, f. o.
b. mills, bags..................ton 36.00 @38.00
Fish, scrap, dried, 11 per cent ammonia
and 15 per cent bone phosphate, f. o.
b. fish factory, bulk......... unit 5.00 & .10
ground, 11@12 per cent ammonia, 15 per
cent bone phosphate, f. o. b. Balti-
more, bulk ................. unit 5.65 & .10
wet, acidulated, 6 per cent ammonia, 3
per cent phosphoric acid, f. o. b.
factory, bulk .................. 3.75@ 4.00 & .50
Hoof meal, f. o. b.' Chicago......... unit 3.00 @ -
imported, f. o. b. New York........unit 3.50 @-
Sod&, nitrate, spot, bags..........100 lbs. 2.61 @-
February, 2.62; March, 2.63; April-May-
June, 2.63.
Tankage, ground or screened, 10 and 15 per
cent, New York, bulk........unit 3.421/2 & .10
11 and 15 per cent, Chicago, bulk
..... .......... unit 3.10 & .10
concentrated, 14 to 15 per cent, Chicago,
bulk ........................unit 3.00 @--
unground, New York, bulk........unit 2.90 & .10
South American, to arrive........unit 3.90 & .10
garbage, Chicago, bulk .............ton 5.75 @ 6.00











PHOSPHATES.

(Quotations, per ton, in bulk)


Acid, phosphate, basis 16 per cent, f. o. b.
Baltim ore ...................... 9.00
guaranteed 16 per cent, f. o. b. Balti-
m ore ........................... 9.50
Bones, rough, hard, f. o. b. Chicago...... 20.00
soft, steamed, unground, f. o. b. Chicago 18.00
ground, steamed, 11/ per cent ammonia
and 60 per cent bone phosphate, f.
o. b. Chicago................... 20.00
3 and 60 per cent, f. o. b. Chicago...... 23.00
raw, ground, 4 per cent ammonia and
50 per cent bone phosphate, f. o. b.
Chicago ........................ 26.00
bone meal (3 per cent ammonia and 50
per cent bone phosphate), f. o. b.
Chicago ........................ 25.00
South American, to arrive............ 29.00
Florida land pebble phosphate rock, 68 per
cent min., f. o. b. mines.......... 2.10
70 per cent, f. o. b. mines............ 2.30
72 per cent, f. o. b. mines............ 2.80
basis, 75 per cent, 74 per cent min., f. o.
b. m ines ........................ 3.60
75 per cent min., f. o. b. mines..... ... 3.75
basis 77 per cent, 76 per cent min., f. o.
b. m ines ........................ 5.50
Florida high grade phosphate hard rock,
77 per cent, f. o. b. mines.......... 6.00
Tennessee phosphate rock, f. o. b. Mt.
Pleasant, 75 per cent............. 6.50
72 per cent .......................... 5.50
70 per cent ........................ 4.50


@-
@ -
@20.00


@21.00
@25.00


@28.00
@--

@--
@--
@--

@ 3.70
@ 4.00











POTASHES.

Kainit, 14@16 per cent, bags........ton 10.25 @-
bulk .......................ton 8.25 @--
12.4 per cent, bags................ton 9.75 @
bulk ........................ton 7.75 @-
Manure salts, 29 p. c., bags ...........ton 12.55 @--
bulk ....................... ton 10.55 @ -
30 per cent, bags..................ton 19.03 @--
bulk ........................ton 17.03 @ -
double, 48 per cent, bags.......... ton 26.35 @-
bulk .......................ton 25.10 )--
Muriate, 80@85 per cent, bags........ton 34.55 @--
bulk ........................ton 33.30 (--
Sulphate, 90@095 per cent, basis 90 per
cent, bags ................... ton 45.85 @ -
bulk .......................ton 44.60 )--

(Above prices are c. i. f. Atlantic ports, with discount
of 5 per cent on purchases of 50 tons or more, and 10 per
cent on 500 tons or more, guaranteed against sellers' de-
cline to April 30.)











FACTORS FOR CONVERSION.
To Convert-
Ammonia into nitrogen, multiply by............ 0.824
Ammonia into protein, multiply by............... 5.14
Nitrogen into ammonia, multiply by.............. 1.214
Nitrate of soda into nitrogen, multiply by........ 0.1647
Nitrogen into protein, multiply by............... 6.25
Bone phosphate into phosphoric acid, multiply by. 0.458
Phosphoric acid into bone phosphate, multiply by. 2.184
Muriate of potash into actual potash, multiply by. 0.632
Actual potash into muriate of potash, multiply by. 1.583
Sulphate of potash into actual potash, multiply by. 0.541
Actual potash into sulphate of potash, multiply by. 1.85
Nitrate of potash into nitrogen, multiply by...... 0.139
Carbonate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.681
Actual potash into carbonate of potash, multiply by 1.466
Chlorine, in "kainit," multiply potash (KO) by.. 2.33
For instance, you buy 95 per cent nitrate of soda, and
want to know how much nitrogen is in it, multiply 95 per
cent by 0.1647, you will get 15.65 per cent nitrogen; you
want to know how much ammonia this nitrogen is equiva-
lent to, then multiply 15.65 per cent by 1.214, and you
get 18.99 per cent the equivalent in ammonia.
Or, to convert 90 per cent carbonate of potash into
actual potash (K20), multiply 90 by 0.681, equals 61.29
per cent actual potash (KO2).

COPIES OF LAWS, RULES AND REGULATIONS
AND STANDARDS.
Citizens of the State interested in fertilizers, foods and
drugs, and stock feed, can obtain, free of charge, the re-
spective laws, including rules and regulations and stand-
ards, by applying to the Commissioner of Agriculture, or
State Chemist. Application for the Quarterly Bulletin of
the State Department of Agriculture should also be made
to the Commissioner of Agriculture, or State Chemist.
The bulletins of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion can be had by application to the Director, at Gaines-
ville.
The form of letter for transmitting special samples of
fertilizers or feeding stuffs as shown in the rules and reg-
ulations is adopted and must be explicitly complied with
in order to obtain a legal certificate of analysis.









21

COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FEEDING
STUFFS FOR 1925.

For the season 1925 the following State values are fixed
as a guide to purchasers, quotations January 1st.
These prices are based on the current prices of cereals,
which have been chosen as a standard in fixing the com-
mercial values, the price of cereals to a large extent gov-
erning the price of other feed, pork, beef, etc.

Values of the ingredients of feeding stuffs per pound
are as follows:

Protein ............................. 5.00c per pound
Fat ................................ 5.00c per pound
Starch and Sugar ................... 2.00c per pound

If calculated by units (a unit being 20 pounds, or 1% of
a ton), the State values for feeding stuffs are as follows:

Protein ............................... $1.00 per unit
Fat ................................... 1.00 per unit
Starch and Sugar..................... 0.40 per unit

To find the commercial State value, multiply the per-
centages of valuable ingredients by the price per unit.

EXAMPLE No. 1.

Oats:
Protein .......................... 12.40x.00-$12.40
Fat ............................... 4.40x1.00- 4.40
Starch and Sugar.................. 59.60x0.40- 23.84

State value per ton............... $40.64

EXAMPLE NO. 2.
Corn:
Protein ........................... 10.50x1.00- $10.50
Fat ............................... 5.00x1.00- 5.00
Starch and Sugar.................. 70.00x0.40- 28.00


State value per ton ...............


$43.50











MARKET PRICES OF FEEDING STUFFS AT
FLORIDA SEAPORTS, JANUARY 1, 1925.

Western No. 2 Corn, 100 lbs. (new sacks)..........$ 2.75
White Oats, per sack, 100 lbs. (new sacks)....:... 2.60
Fancy No. 1 Oats (new bags, heavy weight)........ 2.75
Strictly No. 1 Timothy Hay, per ton.............. 31.00
W heat Shorts, 100 lbs....................... .... 2.20
Pure Wheat Bran, per sack.......................... 2.15
No. 1 Alfalfa Meal, 100 lbs ..................... 1.85
C. S. Hulls, (strictly old style) 100 lb. sack...... 1.00
C. S. Meal, 7% bright, per sack ........... ..... .2.20
0. P. Linseed Meal, 100 lbs. per sack .............. 2.95
Peanut Meal, 30%, 100 lbs. per sack.............. 1.90
Corn Feed Meal (hominy hearts), 100 lbs. per sack. 2.80
Corn Gluten Feed, per sack ..................... 2.70
Beet Pulp (bright grey stock), 100 lbs. per sack.... 2.35
Cracked Corn, 100 lbs. per sack .................. 3.10
Ground Oats, 100 lbs. per sack .................. 2.90
Meat Scraps (55% protein), 100 lbs. per sack...... 3.75
Meat Scraps (45% protein), 100 lbs. per sack...... 3.25
C. S. Feed Meal, 100 lbs. (choice) ................ 1.95
Velvet Bean Meal, 100 lbs. (choice) .............. 1.95
Hulled Oats, 100 lbs............................ 3.75








23

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF FEEDING


NAME




Blood Meal ............

Digester Tankage ........

Meat and Bone Meal......

Barley (grain) ..........

Barley Feed ...........

Brewers' Dried Grains....
Distillers' Dried Corn
Grains ..............
Distillers' Dried Rye
Grains ..............

Buckwheat (grain) ......

Buckwheat Middlings.....

Corn (grain) ...........

Corn Gluten Feed........

Hominy Feed .......

Cottonseed Meal .........

Cottonseed Meal .........

Cottonseed Meal .........


Cottonseed Feed ..


0 u
(3 *3 -, *

0 ^a ?^a Pa cl< "?c
'0 a. k-- Q<


82.3

50.0

40.0

11.5i

12.7

26.5

37.0

23.11

10.81

28.31

10.5

24.5

10.6

41.1

38.6

36.0

24.0


0.9

14.0

11.0

2.1

3.4

6.9

12.2

7.8

2.5

7.4

5.0

3.8

8.01

9.01

8.41

8.01


3.8.

4.5

4.0

69.8

61.7

41.0

36.31

47.1

62.2

42.7

70.0

52.9

64.3|


1
26. 01

27.5

29.01

35.01


3.0

2.0

4.6

7.8

14.6

11.6

10.9

10.3

4.8

2.0

7.1

4.41

9.01

10.5

12.5

22.01


3.3

20.0

37.0

2.7

4.2

3.5

2.6

3.9

2.1

4.8

1.5

2.1

2.6

6.3

6.5

6.2


STUFFS









24

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF FEEDING STUFFS
(Continued)



NAME

'-* &i5 zaag

0. P. Linseed Meal....... 33.9 7.5 35.7 8.4 5.4

N. P. Linseed Meal....... 36.9 2.9 36.3 8.7 5.6

Oats (grain) ............ 12.4 4.4 59.6 10.9 3.5

Oat Groats .............. 14.3 8.1 67.1 1.4 2.2

Oat Hulls ..... ........ 4.0 1.7 52.3 29.2 6.0

Oat Middlings .......... 16.3 6.8 61.8 4.6 3.2

Peanuts with Hulls....... 20.4 36.2 16.4 16.4 4.1
Peanut Kernel without
Hulls ................ 26.8 44.9 17.5 2.6 2.2

Peanut Oil Meal......... 47.6 8.0 27.3 5.1 4.9

Peanut Feed ............ 28.4 11.1 27.01 23.4 4.5

Rice, Rough ............ 7.6 1.9 66.7 9.3 4.9

Rice Bran .............. 12.1 11.4 44.3 12.4 9.7

Rice Hulls .............. 3.3 1.1 34.0 35.4 16.9

Rice Polish ............. 11.9 9.1 62.3 1.9 4.8

Rye (grain) ............ 11.8 1.8 73.2 1.8 2.0

Rye Middlings .......... 15.7 3.4 61.2 4.6 3.7

Velvet Bean Seed........ 21.01 6.0 52.0j 7.51 3.0









25

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF FEEDING STUFFS
(Continued)


NAME



Velvet Beans (seed and
pod) .................

Wheat (grain) ..........

Wheat Bran ............

Standard Middlings......

Red Dog Flour..........

Wheat Mixed Feed.......

Wheat Screenings.........

Dried Beet Pulp.........

Cocoanut Oil Meal .......

Fish Meal ..............

Corn and Cob Meal.......

Ground Corn Shucks.....

Ground Corn Cobs ......

Corn Meal .............

Cotton Seed ............

Cotton Seed Hulls.......

Velvet Bean Hulls........


0i 0
r~.


S,


18.0

12.4

15.0

17.4

16.8

16.8

13.3

8.9

20.5

50.01

7.5

2.8

3.0

9.7

18.4

4.01

7.5


4.5 50.0

2.1 71.2

4.4 54.0

4.9 56.8

4.1 63.3

4.6 55.7

4.1 61.1

0.9 59.6

12.5 43.0

7.0 .....

3.1 70.8

0.6 54.6

0.7 56.6

3.8 68.7

19.9 24.71

2.0 36.6

1.6 44.61


4.0

1.9

6.3

4.4

2.5

5.2

3.9

3.5

5.3

30.0

1.2

1.9

1.6

1.4

3.5

2.6

4.3


15.0

2.2

9.5

6.0

2.2

7.6

7.4

18.9

9.5


5.8

30.2

30.0

1.9

23.21

44.41

27.0








26

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF FEEDING STUFFS
(Continued)



NAME


Cow Peas ............... 20.8 1.4 55.7 4.1 3.2

Soy Bean Meal........... 48.4 6.4 27.5 4.5 4.4

Dry Jap Sugar Cane..... 2.3 1.5 62.6 26.2 2.8

Peanut Vine Hay........ 9.9 6.3 38.4 29.6 6.6

Cow Pea Hay............ 13.0 4.2 45.9 20.5 7.5

Velvet Bean Hay ........ 14.7 1.7 41.0 29.7 5.7

Kudzu Vine Hay......... 15.9 1.6 33.0 32.3 6.8

Beggar Weed Hay....... 21.6 4.1 35.1 24.3 4.0

Alfalfa Hay ............ 14.9 2.3 37.3 28.3 8.6

Alfalfa Meal ............ 14.3 2.0 35.8 30.1 9.0

Timothy Hay ........... 6.2 2.5 45.0 29.9 4.9

Rhodes Grass Hay....... 7.7 1.3 36.8 41.1 6.6

Para Grass Hay.......... 8.0 1.6 45.7 31.2 6.0

Napier Grass Hay........ 11.3 2.2 41.1 26.2 9.9

Natal Grass Hay......... 7.4 1.8 39.2 36.7 5.0

Maiden Cane Hay........ 11.6 2.6 42.4 28.6 4.2

Crab Grass Hay.......... 8.0 2.4 42.9 28.7 8.5











STANDARDS ADOPTED FOR THE WHEAT BY-
PRODUCTS, BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 1922.

By the States of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Caro-
lina, North Carolina, Mississippi and Louisiana.

(With or without screenings or scourings)


Maximum
Fiber
(per cent)
Wheat Bran ........... 11.00
Wheat Mixed Feed...... 9.00
Standard Middlings..... 9.00
Brown Shorts ............ 6.50
Gray Shorts ............ 6.00
Red Dog Flour.......... 4.00
Flour Middlings ........ 6.00
White Shorts ........... 3.50


Minimum
Protein Fat
(per cent) (per cent)
14.50 3.5
15.50 3.5
16.00 3.5
16.00 3.5
16.00 3.5
16.00 4.0
15.00 3.0
14.50 3.0


Products offered under the name of "shorts" will not
be accepted at a guarantee of more than 6% crude fiber,
except when they are branded "brown shorts," a guaran-
tee of not over 6.50% crude fiber will be accepted.

Products offered as middlingss" will not be accepted
at a guarantee of more than 6% crude fiber, except when
they are branded "standard middlings," a guarantee of
not over 9% crude fiber will be accepted.


Approved:


W. A. McRAE,
Commissioner of Agriculture.


Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 23, 1921.










IMMATURE CITRUS FRUIT.

National Definitions and Standards of Foods and Drugs--
How Provided For.

The National Food and Drug Law provides for the
employment of a Joint Committee of nine members by
the Secretary of Agriculture. This Committee is composed
of three representatives of the U. S. Bureau of Chemistry;
three from the Association of American Dairy, Food and
Drug Officials; and three from the Association of Official
Agricultural Chemists, appointed by the Secretary of Agri-
culture of the United States on the recommendation of
these Associations.
Standards and definitions of foods and drugs, when
adopted by the Joint Committee are referred to the Asso-
ciation of American Dairy, Food and Drug Officials, and
to the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, and
when adopted by these Associations are then referred to the
Secretary of Agriculture for approval. When so approved
and promulgated, the definitions and standards become
the legal standards of the articles defined, for interstate
shipments throughout the United States.
The Association of American Dairy, Food and Drug
Officials has formally adopted as the standards and defini-
tions for foods and drugs sold in their respective states,
those standards and definitions which are adopted by the
National Joint Committee.
The Association of American Dairy, Food and Drug
Officials, and the Association of Official Agricultural
Chemists have adopted the definitions and standards for
citrus fruit, as shown in Food Inspection Decision 182 of
September 20, 1921.
The State of Florida has not by statute adopted these
standards for citrus fruit; although these standards were
unanimously adopted by a committee of Florida citrus
growers in Gainesville, Florida, on August 15, 1912; which
committee unanimously adopted the report of a commit-
tee appointed by the citrus growers of Florida, and rec-
ommended a standard for mature citrus fruit. This com-
mittee was composed of Dr. P. H. Rolfs, then Director of
the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station; Dr. E. R.
Flint, then Professor of Chemistry, University of Florida;
Dr. S. E. Collison, then Chemist of the Florida Agricul-









tural Experiment Station; Prof. H. Harold Hume, a
prominent horticulturist and authority on the production
of citrus fruit; and R. E. Rose, State Chemist of Florida.
The present national standard (F. I. D. 182) was
adopted after eight years study of the problem by the
various official bodies of agricultural scientists, food offi-
cials and dietitians, and is now adopted and enforced by
all of the states of the Union except Florida (whose local
or intra-state citrus fruit law, Section 2051 of the Revised
General Statutes, can only be applied to intra-state sale
and shipment). Section 2049 of the Revised General Stat-
utes of Florida prohibits the sale of immature citrus fruit,
and has been declared constitutional by both the Florida
and the U. S. Supreme Courts in the case of Sligh vs. Kirk-
wood (65 Fla. 123, 61 So. 185).
The states of California, Louisiana, Texas and other cit-
rus-producing states recognize and enforce the standard
adopted by the Florida citrus growers (the ratio of acid
to solids in the juice of the fruit) the Legislature of Flor-
ida has not adopted this nationally approved standard, but
a standard of "minimum acid content"--totally imprac-
tical and arbitrary, as the percentage of acid by no means
indicates the maturity of the fruit.
Many thousands of analyses have been made by the
chemists of various laboratories of the U. S. Bureau of
Chemistry and the various states-Florida, Louisiana, Cali-
fornia and Texas; and by reputable commercial labora-
tories, employed by the Florida Citrus Exchange and by
other growers and shippers of citrus fruit-notably the
Wiley and Company Laboratory of Baltimore and the F.
A. Genth Laboratory of Philadelphia-whose work shows
that the percentage of acid is by no means an indication
of maturity.
Florida needs only to adopt the National standard for
mature citrus fruit (F. I. D. 182, of September 20, 1921)
together with the necessary statute for its enforcement
with penalties for its violation (in harmony with the im-
portance of the protection of this most important agricul-
tural product of the State of Florida); together with a
provision for a sufficient force of capable inspectors to
enforce it, with sufficient funds to secure competent and
reliable inspectors to enforce the law.
Florida shipped, in 1923-24, some 19,500,000 boxes of
citrus fruit. With a large number of young groves coming










in yearly, she will soon be shipping a crop of 25,000,000
or more boxes. Without the active cooperation of the
growers, and the assistance of the Legislature, the Courts
and the executive officers of the State and counties; such
a crop of citrus fruit (except it be of excellent quality,
mature and desirable) will destroy the former reputation
for excellence of Florida citrus fruit; disgust the consum-
er and reduce the commercial value of Florida citrus be-
low the cost of production.
In the opinion of the writer, who has been familiar with
citrus culture both in Lousiana and in Florida from boy-
hood to the present time (some sixty years) and who has
seen Florida citrus fruit increase from less than 5,000,000
boxes to some 20,000,000 boxes, there is practically no
limit to the demands for the acknowledgedly superior
Florida citrus fruit, when mature and of excellent quality.
A crop of 50,000,000 boxes can be profitably marketed
by cooperation between the growers, the state and county
officials, the courts of the State and the Florida citizens;
and the demand throughout the Nation supplied with ex-
cellent fruit, mature and desirable.
However, Florida should adopt the present United States
Standard (F. I. D. 182) ; as it will require at least eight
years more to have a different standard adopted by the
National authorities, and in the meantime we would be,
as at present, without a standard which can be enforced
in interstate commerce.
The following amendments to the Revised General
Statutes of 1920, prohibiting the sale or shipment of im-
mature citrus fruit or the artificial coloring of immature
citrus fruit, and adopting the National standards, will,
in my opinion, provide the protection necessary for Flor-
ida's citrus industry; and are submitted for the considera-
tion of the citrus growers and the Legislature of 1925.

A BILL

To BE ENTITLED

AN ACT to amend Section 2049, Section 2051, Section
2053, Section 2054, and Section 5518 of the Revised Gen-
eral Statutes of Florida, 1920; prohibiting the artificial
coloring of immature citrus fruit; providing an inspection











fee for citrus fruit; providing a fund for the study of the
culture of citrus fruit; and repealing all laws in conflict
herewith.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA :

Section 1. That Section 2049 of the Revised General
Statutes of Florida, 1920, shall be amended to read as
follows:
Section 2049. Unlawful to sell, ship, or conspire, aid
or assist in selling or shipping immature citrus fruits; not
to apply to sale on trees.-That it shall be unlawful for
anyone to sell, offer for sale, ship or deliver for shipment,
or to conspire, aid or assist in selling, offering for sale,
shipping or delivering for shipment, any citrus fruit which
is immature or otherwise unfit for consumption; and it
shall be unlawful for anyone to receive any such fruit un-
der contract of sale, or for the purpose of sale, or of offer-
ing for sale, or for shipment or delivery for shipment.
This Section shall not apply to sales or contracts for sale
of crops of citrus fruits while on the trees.
Section 2. That Section 2051 of the Revised General
Statutes of Florida, 1920, shall be amended to read as
follows:
Section 2051. Test of Maturity.-That for the purpose
of this Act all oranges or grapefruit shall be considered
immature which do not conform to the following definitions
and standards for mature oranges and grapefruit, adopted
by the National Joint Committee on Definitions and
Standards, March 23, 1921, approved by the Association
of American Dairy, Food, and Drug Officials, October 7,
1920, and approved by the Association of Official Agricul-
tural Chemists, August 19, 1921; and adopted and pro-
mulgated by the Secretary of Agriculture of the United
States, September 20, 1921:

"Grapefruit, pomelo, is the sound mature fruit
of citrus grandis Osbeck. The juice of the mature
fruit contains not less than seven (7) parts of
soluble solids to each part of acid calculated as
citric acid without water of crystallization.
"Orange (common, sweet, or round) is the
sound, mature fruit of Citrus sinensis Osbeck.











The juice of the mature fruit contains not less
than eight (8) parts of soluble solids to each part
of acid calculated as citric acid without water of
crystalization.'
Section 3. Unlawful to Artificially Color Immature Cit-
rus Fruit.-That it shall be unlawful for any person to
artificially color immature citrus fruits by any means,
or to conspire, aid or assist, in artificially coloring imma-
ture citrus fruit by any method or means; in "coloring
rooms," or by shipping in a railroad car "Released, vents
closed,plugs in," or by artificially coloring citrus fruit
while upon the trees by spraying, by gassing in a tent or
otherwise. It shall be unlawful for any railroad agent in
Florida to accept for shipment any citrus fruit "Released,
vents closed, plugs in," or to issue way bills for citrus
fruits "Released, vents closed, plugs in."
Section 4. That Section 5518 of the Revised General
Statutes of Florida, 1920, shall be amended to read as
follows:
Section 5518. Penalty for shipment of immature, or
artificially colored citrus fruits, and for misbranding pack-
ages containing citrus fruit.-Any person or persons who
shall sell, ship, or deliver for shipment any immature or
artificially colored citrus fruit, or who shall conspire, aid
or assist in the violation of any of the provisions of this
Act, or section 2049 as amended, or Section 2050 of the
Revised General Statutes of Florida, 1920, shall, upon
conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than one hun-
dred dollars, nor more than one thousand dollars, or by
imprisonment for not more than one year, or by btAh such
fine and imprisonment, and the fruit, whether immature,
artificially colored, or otherwise unfit for consumption, or
misbranded, shall be subject to seizure and disposition as in
the case of adulterated or misbranded foods.
Section 5. That Section 2053 of the Revised General
States of Florida, 1920, shall be amended to read as
follows:
Section 2053. Employment of citrus fruit inspectors.-
The Commissioner of Agriculture shall employ twenty cit-
rus inspectors for a period extending from September 1
to December 31 of each year, for the purpose of enforcing
this law. Their salaries shall be $150.00 each per month,
and they shall each receive $150.00 per month for traveling
expenses.











The Commissioner of Agriculture shall also employ four
citrus fruit inspectors from January 1 to August 31 of each
year whose monthly salaries and traveling expenses shall
be the same as those provided in the preceding paragraph.
The citrus fruit inspectors shall be governed by the gen-
eral provisions, rules and regulations; as provided for
inspectors under the Pure Food and Drugs Law.
Section 6. Inspection fee.-A fee of one-half cent per
box shall be paid on all citrus fruit grown, packed, shipped
or delivered for shipment in Florida; or one-half cent
per one hundred pounds, if shipped in bulk. Payment
shall be evidenced by a revenue stamp attached to each
box, or to the bill of lading if shipped in bulk; and it shall
be unlawful for any railroad or other transportation com-
pany to accept for shipment any citrus fruit which has
not the citrus revenue stamp securely attached to each box,
or to the bill of lading if shipped in bulk. The letter of
request for citrus revenue stamps, with the money there-
for, shall be directed to the State Treasurer, and shall con-
tain a statement of the number of boxes, or pounds, for
which stamps are required. The State Treasurer shall
hand to the Commissioner of Agriculture the letter of
request for citrus revenue stamps, which order shall be
filled by the Commissioner of Agriculture, at once, if found
correct.
Section 7. That Section 2054 of the Revised General
Statutes of Florida, 1920, shall be amended to read as
follows:
Section 2054. Annual appropriation.-The following
sums, or as much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby
annually appropriated from the funds arising from the
citrus revenue fees, for the enforcement of this law:
Salaries and traveling expenses twenty inspec-
tors, four month each year ................$ 24,000.00
Salaries and traveling expenses four inspec-
tors, eight months each year.............. 9,600.00
Traveling expenses State Chemist and Assistant
State Chemists and Commissioner of Agricul-
ture ................................... 2,400.00
Chemicals ,apparatus, samples and Express.... 2,000.00
Incidental expenses, Commissioner of Agricul-
ture and Chemists ....................... 1,000.00

$ 39,000.00
2-Chemist









34

The Comptroller is hereby authorized to draw his war-
rants for the payment of the same, on vouchers approved
by the State Chemist and the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture.
Section 8. Any sums of money collected under the rev-
enue tax of one-half cent per box, or per one hundred
pounds of citrus fruit, in excess of thirty-nine thousand
($39,000.00) dollars shall be paid to the Florida Agricul-
tural Experiment Station to be used as a fund for the
study of citrus culture, approved fertilizers, insecticides,
and fungicides for the control of citrus diseases, insects
and fungus; and for the publication of the results of such
studies. | '
Section 9. All laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith,
be, and the same are, hereby repealed.













FAKE FERTILIZERS.

The .following editorial from THE AMERICAN FER-
TILIZER of November 15, 1924, is of interest to the con-
sumers of commercial fertilizers:

"ANOTHER FAKE FERTILIZER.'

"We publish in this issue a report of a fraud-
ulent fertilizer which has been sold in Pennsyl-
vania. The makers guaranteed only two per cent
of plant food, but their product contained less
than one per cent, having a value of about $1.75
per ton. The selling price was $28.00 a ton, and
the records show that 300 tons were sold last year.
The manufacturer was prosecuted and fined, but
this brings no relief to the purchasers of the fake
material.
"Several of these worthless or near-worthless
mixtures appear every year in different parts of
the country. They are seldom heard from a sec-
ond year, but in the aggregate they rob the farm-
ers of a considerable sum. Their sale is usually
in a restricted territory, although there have been
a few widely advertised fakes. The department
stores are a favorite medium of distribution for
small packages, which are sold for use on lawns
and gardens.
"No State fertilizer control can prevent these
frauds without assistance. The legitimate fer-
tilizer industry should be on the lookout for these
fly-by-night concerns. Samples of their stuff
should be secured promptly and sent to the State
chemist, and when his report has been received
it should be given local publicity. The official
publication of the analysis-six months or a year
later-is of no use."












In this connection, I desire to call the attention of Flor-
ida farmers and growers to a recent attempt to introduce
into the State again that old fake "New Mineral Fertlizer"
or "Bread From Stones"; exposed by the Chemical Divis-
ion of Florida in 1913. Recently a similar attempt to dis-
pose of a substance known as "McCrillis Stone Meal" to
farmers and growers was called to the attention of the
State Chemist. Investigation established the fact that the
material was simply ground feldspathic rock, absolutely
insoluble and of no fertilizer value whatsoever.
It is unnecessary to say that growers or farmers should
purchase no fertilizers or fertilizer materials from any one
who has not registered his analysis under oath with the
Commissioner of Agriculture, paid the inspection fee re-
quired by law and had the approval of the Commissioner
of Agriculture.
Anyone purchasing fraudulent goods does so at his own
risk; and has no recourse or protection under the law.
There are numerous reliable manufacturers of commercial
fertilizers, whose goods may be depended on to produce
maximum crops when properly applied at the proper sea-
son and in sufficient amount.
All growers, and manufacturers of legitimate fertilizers,
should promptly advise the State authorities of such palp-
able frauds discovered in the State, in order that the
growers, and legitimate manufacturers, may be protected
and the fraud exposed.
R. E. ROSE,
State Chemist.









DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY
FERTILIZER SECTION.
SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. DAN DAHLE, Assistant Chemist. GORDON HART, Assistant Chemist
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Chapter 9128, Acts of 1923.



SENDER AND SUBSTANCE S .g g
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J. W. Perkins, DeLand. co
Complete Fertilizer No. 1 ..................... 6161 2.28 .04 11.14 .94 10.04 24.44 7.05 o

Gideon Yelvington, St. Augustine.
Fertilizer No. 1.............................. 6162 4.90 .02 8.23 .50 5.36 19.19 7.40

Morris Wittenstein, Orlando.
Complete Fertilizer No. 1....................... 6163 1.42 .00 12.011 4.76 6.26 24.48 10.00

Mrs. D..Wichtendahl, Gotha.
Complete Fertilizer No. 1....................... 6164 3.82 .01 8.92 3.04 6.56 22.35 9.43

J. C. Stapler, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 136........................ 6165 4.60 .00 5.30 4.47 4.51 18.88 7.50

M. S. Nelson, Sanford.
Fertilizer No. 137................................ 6166 5.37 .671 .731 .11 1.00 7.88 8.60








George E. Balmes, Sanford. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 138 ........................16167

American Fruit Growers, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 139 .................. ..... 61GS3

Joe Cameron, Sanford.
Tankage No. 140................................ 6169
Fish Scrap No. 141........................... 617

J. W. Richards, Palmetto.
Fertilizer N o. 1.............................. 6171
Fertilizer N o. 2.............................. 6172

A. W. Hurley, Winter Garden.
Complete Fertilizer ............................. 6173

C. Boyce Bell, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 .......................... 6174

George Beach, Hastings.
Fertilizer N o. 3 .................................. 6175
Fertilizer N o. 2 .................................. 617.3

S. J. Davis, Homestead.
Commercial Fertilizer No. 11 .................... 16177
Commercial Fertilizer No. 12 .................... 6178
Commercial Fertilizer No. 13.....................6179
Commercial Fertilizer No. 14..................... 6180


4.701


4.261


9.32:
8.841


4.811
3.82


5.091


4.55


13.88,
6.87


3.621
5.531
4.29
4.66
1


.09 5.66 7.37 5.02


.21! 5.36 .58 5.43


.73 7.99 5.51 .......
1.22 5.54 2.12 ....


.07 6.73 2.37 4.38
.09 5.80 1.88 7.28


.331 6.851 1.31 5.78


.141 5.171 .67 5.10


1.99
.19 10.60 7.36 .16


.55 7.971 .581 7.69
.23 8.09 .45 6.99'
.33 7.59 .40 7.341
.401 8.24[ .52 7.601
1 1


22.84


15.84


23.55
17.72


18.36
18.87


19.36


15.63


15.87
25.15


20.41
19.29
19.95
21.42


7.60


5.40


2.44
14.97


11.13
8.88


10.50


6.58


10.75
5.70


8.10
9.15
7.80
7.80












SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.

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Lakeland Highlands Co-op. Assn., Lakeland.
Fertilizer No. 1................................. 6181 4.51 .11 8.52 .32 6.30 19.76 7.73

L. D. Beck Ocala.
Fertilizer No. 3, Marion......................... 6182 5.16 .04 8.50 2.73 5.17 21.60 6.58

Loomis Blitch, Ocala.
Fertilizer No. 4, Marion........................ 6183 5.06 .05 7.84 2.51 5.27 20.73 6.60

Jno. Meisch, Sanford.
Ashes No. 143 ................................... 6184 ...... ....... 1.10 .40 .42 1.92 4.53

W. R. Dedman, Mclntosh.
Fertilizer No. 7, Marion ........................ 6185 5.121 .02 8.60 2.72 4.97 21.43 6.13

E. W. Rush, Mclntosh.I
Fertilizer No. 8, Marion......................... 6186 5.291 .01 8.05 2.87 5.20 21.42 7.28

J. J. Battleman, Summerfield.
Fertilizer No. 9, Marion......................... 16187 4.55 .06 7.43 .50 4.91 17.45 4.53

W. H. Proctor, Summerfield.
Fertilizer No. 10, Marion......................... 61881 4.57 .06 7.40 .28 4.41 16.92 4.35










The Whittington Co., Fairfield. I
Fertilizer No. 11, Marion ....................... 6189 3.94 .06 6.76 .42 5.56 16.74 8.88
Fertilizer No. 12, Marion ........................ 6190 4.74 .0 7.39 .48 4.80 17.46 3.S8

Gattrell Mercantile Co., Fairfield.
Fertilizer No. 13, Marion....................... 6191 3.66 .00 8.68 .64 4.78 17.76 5.35

J. T. Lewlis, Ocklawaha.
Fertilizer No. 14, Marion......................6192 4.92 .01 8.19 .67 4.87 18.66 6.08

B. E. Raysoe, Lowell.
Fertilizer No. 15, Marion....................... 6193 4.82 .07 7.64 1.47 4.66 18.66 10.93

M. G. Bateman, Mclntosh.
Fertilizer No. 17, Marion........................ 6194 5.04 .05 8.69 2.66 5.38 21.81 6.05

W. S. McFadden, Mclntosh.
Fertilizer No. 18, Marion ......................6195 4.90 .04 8.63 2.48 5.13 21.18 6.18

Christian Mercantile Co., Mclntosh.
Fertilizer No. 19, Marion............... ........6196 4.71 .05 8.26 .73 5.04 18.79 6.40
Fertilizer No. 20, Marion....................... 6197 4.57 .02 6.61 .45 4.77 16.42 5.60

Christian & Neal, Mclntosh.
Fertilizer No. 21, Marion...................... 6198 4.58 .06 6.49 2.18 5.18 18.49 15.90

8. J. Davis, Homestead.
Fertilizer No. 15........... .......................... 6199 4.73 .20 8.48 .38 8.26 22.05 7.35










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.


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SENDER AND SUBSTANCE 'o M -
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J. G. McNeely, Fairfield.
Fertilizer No. 30, Marion......................... 6200 3.57 .07 8.41 .74 4.84 17.63 6.58

T. F. Morgan, Romeo.
Fertilizer No. 31, Marion........................ 6201 4.391 .05 7.56 5.02 5.01 22.03 5.20

E. B. Weathers, Ocala.
Fertilizer No. 32, Marion........................ 6202 4.86 .03 8.71 3.23 5.10 21.93 7.20

J. Homer Wilson, Ocala.
Fertilizer No. 33, Marion ..................... .... 6203 4.55 .00 8.26 .68 5.72 19.21 6.S8

L. A. Greggs, Moss Bluff.
Fertilizer No. 34, Marion.........................62041 4.68 .06 8.25 .66 4.98 18.631 6.40

J. S. Martin, Moss Bluff.
Fertilizer No. 35, Marion.........................6205 5.85 .11 8.43 3.94 5.19 23.52 7.18

Walter Luffman, Sparr.
Fertilizer No. 38, Marion ......................... 620( 5.30! .07 8.52 2.65 5.28 21.82 6.13

W. P. Wallace, Moss Bluff.
Fertilizer ..................................... 6207 5.311 .08 9.65 2.631 5.64 23.31! 3.75









J. V. Yon, Grand Ridge. I
Fertilizer No. 2 .................................. 6208 3.01 .09 8.59 .39 4.60 16.68 6.78
Fertilizer No. 1.................................. 6291 3.38 .09 8.97 .72 3.60 16.76 11.18

C. E. Whittington, Bartow.
Fertilizer No. 1................................. 6210 3.35 .3 10.08 2.63 5.39 21.48 9.25
Fertilizer No. 2 ................................. 6211 3.13 .07 9.95 2.64 5.44 21.24 9.53
Fertilizer No. 3................................. 62121 3.05 .01 10.73 2.39 5.43 21.61 9.75

C. G. Bouis, Arcadia.
Fertilizer No. 1................................ 6213 3.15 .06 9.81 2.84 5.46 21.32 9.1

G. W. Hinsey, Wewahitchka.
Fertilizer No. 1.................................. 6214 3.80 .05 8.50 .15 3.58 16.08 10.35

A. D. Sauer, Oveido.
Fertilizer No. 144................................ 6215 5.7 .07 6.04 5.84 6.20 23.42 6.15

A. J. Wood, Ocklawaha.
Fertilizer No. 40, Marion ........................ 6216 5.141 .06 8.71 2.58 5.39 21.88 13.35

G. S. Hollingsworth, Arcadia.
Fertilizer ...................................... 6217 3.92 .09 5.98 7.51 5.24 22.74 7.20

Harlow Barnett, Zellwood.
Fertilizer ................................... 6218 2.53 .0 2.77 1.62 9.15 16.13 3.45

S. J. Davis, Homestead.
Commercial Fertilizer No. 16..................... 6213 4.89 .08 8.48 .68 8.72 22.85 7.05

American Fruit Growers, Sanford. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 145........................ 6220 4.43 .11 5.451 .78 5.56 16.33) 6.05











SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.



SENDER AND SUBSTANCE 0 = _ _
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Commercial Fertilizer. IChlorine: .07%)......... 6221 2.91 .06 9.49 .97 5.76 19.19 10.13

J. A. McVicker, Baker. -
Fertilizer No. 1.................................. 6222 2.37 9.49 3.95 2.3 18.23 8.94

Pennsylvania Sugar Co., Miami.
Potassium Phosphate ......................... 622 ...... 11.79 9.60 8.23 29.62 .59

Deerfield Groves Co.
Fertilizer ...................................... 6224 3.98 .19 6.60 8.30 4.66 23.73 7.58

E. E. Redd, DeFuniak Springs.
Big Crop Guano ................................. 6225 3.25 .0 9.05 .4 4.12 16.83 8.31

R. H. Muirhead, Sanford.
Tankage No. 152 ............................... 6226 8.00 .10 9.16 7.07 ....... 24.33 6.76

B. J. Starling, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 151...................... ... 6227 5.07 .04 5.45 6.44 5.07 22.07 7.77








American Fruit Growers, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 148 ........................ 6228 4.60 .071 5.40 .65 4.91 15.63 6.99
Mixed Fertilizer No. 147......................... 6229 4.30 .11 5.34 .55 5.58 15.88 7.95
Mixed Fertilizer No. 146......................... 62303 4.51 .09 5.38 .57 5.13 15.68 8.36
L. B. Mann, Lake Monroe.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 149 ......................62311 4.76 .06 5.43 4.68 5.40 20.33 7.70
J. R. Darden, Ocala.
Fertilizer .................................... 6232 3.69 .07 5.74 4.27 5.59 19.36 10.51
H. S. Miller, Homestead. I
Fertilizer ...................................... 6233! 4.65 .0 8.3 .69 2.88 16.61 9.91
Fertilizer No. 4................................. 6231 5.43 .1 6.00 3.51 3.28 18.37 5.38
E. McDonald, Lakeland. I
Fertilizer No. 1................................ 62351 3.07 .05 6.63 7.68 5.08 22.51 8.55
Napp Brand Non-Acid Fertilizer ................. 6236 4.57 .08 6.93 5.50 3.43 20.51 9.84
Non-Acid Brand Fertilizer ....................... 6237 3.7 .06 6.32 5.42 4.03 19.54 9.S8
C. R. Tate, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 157......................... 6238 4.63 .05 5.371 5.00 6.05 21.10 9.99
Lakeland Highlands Co-op. Assn., Lakeland. I
Fertilizer No. 1, S............................... 6239 2.851 .06 6.62 3.65 8.19 21.37 6.43
Fertilizer No. 2, S............................. 16240 2.81, .061 6.83 3.62 8.06 21.38 .6.23
Fertilizer No. 3, S ..... ................... ...6241 3.05] .08 6.59 3.41 8.04 21.17 6.05
Fertilizer No. 4, S............................... 6242 2.971 .07 6.92 3.84 8.41 22.21 5.68
Fertilizer No. 5, S ............................... 6243 2.841 .07 6.61 3.89 8.75( 22.16 6.10
Fertilizer No. 6, S.............................. 6244 2.851 .08 6.81 4.50 7.77 22.011 6.30
Fertilizer No. 7, S............................... 62451 2.771 .04 7.05! 3.88 8.19 21.931 6.13












SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.



SENDER AND SUBSTANCE .0

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C. L. Eddy, Linden.
Fertilizer No. 1..................................

J. N. Williamson, Summerfield.
Fertilizer No. 1..................................

Atwood Grapefruit Co., Manavista.
Fertilizer Nio. 1, Car R. I. 47347 ..................
Fertilizer No. 2, Car P. M. 50684 .................
Fertilizer No. 3, Car Sou. 27198...................

Lakeland Highlands Co-op. Assn., Lakeland.
Fertilizer No. 16, S ...........................

Florida Fruit Co., Bartow.
Fertilizer No. A-I and B.........................
F ertilizer ......................................
Fertilizer N o. 4 ..................................

C. G. Bouis, Arcadia.
Fertilizer No. 1................................


I I I I I II


62461

6247


62481
62491
62501


62511


6252
6253
6254


6255


4.94)


3.50


4.42
4.46
4.52


2.911


2.55
3.40
3.36


2.521


7.98


5.74


9.54
9.76
10.05


6.38


10.26
10.05
10.41


10.43


2.65


4.96


.91
.881
.93


3.39


2.31
3.10
3.10


2.16


6.47


5.42


10.04
10.05
9.82


8.23


10.15
6.43
6.03


9.64


22.10


19.70


25.03
25.24
25.40


20.96


25.33
23.02
23.00


24.80


8.88


6.78


5.80
5.78
5.34


6.93


9.58
10.60
10.60


9.80









S. B. Hull, Oakland.
Complete Fertilizer No. 1....................... 6256 3.10 .04 8.55 2.14 4.90 18.73 6.75

T. C. Hawthorne, Ocoee.
Complete Fertilizer ............................. 62571 3.471 .06 9.36 2.83 8.34 24.06 5.35

C. E. Whittington, Bartow.
Fertilizer No. 1............................. ..... 6258 3.51 .07 10.19 3.221 6.261 23.25 9.40
Fertilizer No. 2.................................. 253 2.33 .07 9.85 2.38 10.871 25.50 8.03
Fertilizer No. 3............................. ... 6260 3.99 .14 9.56 4.24 6.27 24.24 8.50
Fertilizer No. 4.................................. 6261 2.831 .06 10.20 2.08 11.38 26.55 6.95

A. F. Tucker, Fla. Fruit Co., Yalaha. .1
Fertilizer No. 3.................................. 6262, 2.441 .14 10.21 2.49 10.27 25.55 8.50

John Cranor, DeLand.
Fertilizer No. 2................................. 6263 3.55 .1 10.0 3.30 5.91 22.96 12.58

American Fruit Growers, Sanford.
Castor Pomace No. 201.......................... 6264 5.44 .4 .45 .11 ....... 6.45 10.00
Castor Pomace No. 202.......................... 6265 5.42 .4 ....... .............. 5.89 9.65

C. F. Bales, Lake Monroe. I I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 203......................... 6266 4.45 .11 4.86 7.05 4.83 21.30 9.85

Jas. A. Johnson, Lake Monroe. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 204......................... 6267 4.34 .12 4.68 7.89 4.9 21.97 8.05
Mixed Fertilizer No. 205......................... 6268 3.631 .08 5.87 9.50 3.80 22.88 6.50

Geo. S. Cain, Lake Monroe. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 206......................... 62691 4.591 .14 5.09 6.34 5.18 21.34) 10.00









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.



SENDER AND SUBSTANCE 0. 0 wa
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Partin & Lavigne, Wagner.
Fertilizer No. 207................................ 6270 8.60 .50 4.15 2.20 .52 15.97 5.90

Tony F. Suelo, Sanford. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 208 ........................ 6271 6.131 .11 5.81 8.07 3.92 24.04 6.40

W. A. Fitts, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No.'209......................... 6272 4.571 .11 5.27 10.34 5.37 25.66 6.10 G

Rossiter & Son, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 210......................... 6273 6.841 .23 4.06j 2.57 3.58 17.28 6.75

C. E. Whittington, Bartow.
Fertilizer No. 1.................................. 6274 3.12 .02 9.10 1.80 10.03 24.07 10.85

Rex Packard, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 211......................... 6275 5.021 .071 5.33 9.25 5.04 24.71 7.80

J. M. Brown, Sanford. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 212 ........................ 6276 5.001 .08 5.361 7.62 5.06 23.12 7.00

C. L. Flowers, Sanford. I I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 213........................ 6277 4.581 .121 5.94 8.51 5.25 24.40 9.00









R. B. Munroe, Sanford. I I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 214 ........................ 6278 5.26 .56 .39 .15 .78 7.14 11.00
Mixed Fertilizer No. 215 ......................... 6279 4.47 .1 6.72 6.21 5.3 22.86 8.40

Arthur Moore, Sanford.


J. S. Moore, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 217.........................6281 4.301 1.08 5.40 7.78 5.51 23.07 9.10

J. B. Jones, Oveido.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 218........................ 62821 4.821 .13 4.981 7.37 5.18 22.48 5.65

H. Brown, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 219 ................. ...... 6283 4.27 .11 5.371 8.01 5.55 23.31 8.15

Joe Cameron, Sanford.
Tankage No. 220 .......................... .. 6284 8.71 1.50 1.36 .80 ... ... 12.37 7.45
Mixed Fertilizer No. 221 ..................... 6283 5.09 .11 5.41 2.62 4.75 17.98 8.15

Lakeland Highlands Co-op. Assn., Lakeland.
Fertilizer No. 1,F....................... ...... 62861 2.791 .09 7.71| 4.39 9.66 24.64 8.05
Fertilizer No. 2, F.............................6287 2.76 .10 7.92 4.27 9.72 24.77 7.33
Fertilizer No. 3, F.............................. 6288 3.23 .11 9.58 1.60 9.67 24.19 7.75
Fertilizer No. 4,F................................ 6289 3.2 .06 9.74 1.58 9.83 24.47 7.42
Fertilizer No. 5, F............................... 6290 3.22 .09 9.48 1.65 9.14 23.58 8.05
Fertilizer No. 6, F ............................... 6293 4.20! .14 5.22 3.75 11.01 24.32 5.30
Fertilizer No. 7, F............................... 6291 2.851 .10; 8.06 4.60 9.22 24.83 7.68
Fertilizer No. 8, F .............................. 6295 2.881 .10 8.05 4.54 8.88 24.45 7.93
Fertilizer No. 9, F .............................. 6296 2.93 .09 7.95 4.501 9.12 24.59 8.10
Fertilizer No. 10, F ............................. 6297 2.87 .12 7.80 4.39, 8.75 23.93 8.93










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.



SENDER AND SUBSTANCE C: 0
3= a, ES- M .0


F. Rosbottom, Vero. I
Fertilizer ................ ..... ................6291 3.13 .11 8.50 4.64 7.30 23.68 6.50

C. L. Eddy, Linden.
Fertilizer .................................... 6292 4.87 .10 8.92 2.00 5.06 20.95 13.30

A. T. Patillo, DeLand. I
Fertilizer No. 1................. ..... .. 6298 2.93 .08 9.60 1.27 10.02 23.90 6.70

R. W. Thoit, DeLand. I
Fertilizer No. 2 .................................. 6299 1.87 .05 11.061 1.58 10.02 24.58 5.03

Atwood Grapefruit Co., Manavista.
Fertilizer No. 1.................................. 6300 2.12 .00 9.76 .40 11.23 23.51 8.45

S. J. Davis, Homestead. I
Commercial Fertilizer No. 1......................63011 4.40 .06 8.35 .34 7.88 21.03 8.73

J. St. Clair White, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 222....................... 6302 5.49 .16 2.321 1.35 8.44 17.76 12.20

Bell Bros., Lake Monroe.! I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 223........................ 6303 5.98 .11 5.791 3.24 11.68 26.80 6.60








Partin & Lavigne, Wagner. I I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 224 ........................ 630 5.0 .03 7.67 .4 4.83 18.00 6.30

J. M. Brown, Sanford. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 225........................ 6305 4.831 .05 5.50 8.81 5.19 24.38 6.55

H. M. Rumbley, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 226 ...................... 630 4.80 .02 5.14 .50 5.25 15.71 6.00

S. A. Sheldon, Geneva.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 227........................ 6307 5.17 .03 5.05 9.05 4.54 23.84 8.23

American Fruit Growers, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer No. 228..................: ....... 63081 5.05 .06 5.73 2.03 5.46 18.33 6.60
Mixed Fertilizer No. 229......................... 6309 5.11 .08 5.79 1.70 5.75 18.43 7.28

Victor Green, Sanford. I
Mixed Fertilizer No. 230......................... 6310, 5.781 .02 5.431 7.24 8.58 27.05 6.50

H. J. Warren, Oveido.
Fertilizer No. 231............................. 6311 5.11 .15 4.37 6.74 8.98 25.35 6.13

Lakeland Highlands Co-op. Assn., Lakeland.
Fertilizer No. 11, F.............................. 6312 3.01 .02 8.46 4.46 9.31 25.26 7.15
Fertilizer No. 12, F ............................. 631, 3.12 .00 8.45 4.24 9.35 25.16 7.73
Fertilizer No. 13, F............................. 6314 3.07 .00 8.53 4.34 9.42 25.36 6.85
Fertilizer No. 14, F............................. 6315 2.98 .03 8.11 4.22 9.32 24.66 8.20
Fertilizer No. 15, F.............................. 63161 2.98 .02 8.20 4.35 9.43 24.98 7.60

Fla. Fruit Co., Yalaha.
Fertilizer No. 8.............................. .. 6317 2.40 .00 11.73 .42 10.63 25.18 10.35











SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.



SENDER AND SUBSTANCE j| | |
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0. J. Pope, Sanford.
Tankage N o. 1........................... ..... 6318

Fish and Fish, Sanford.
Whale Guano No. 1...................... ...... 6319
Fish Scrap .............................. ..... 6320
Tankage .................................... 16321

C. E. Whittington, Bartow.
Fertilizer (Tob. Stems) No. 3............... 63221
Fertilizer N o. 2.......................... ... 6323|
Fertilizer N o. 1.................................. 632411

C. G. Bouis, Arcadia.
Fertilizer No. 1.......................... ..... 6325
Fertilizer No. 2.................................. 163261
1 i


6.54 .26 6.37 7.95


9.47 .25 5.69 5.83
10.15 .42 5.48 2.12
9.66 .20 5.76 4.10


3.98 .10 .......
2.53 .0 10.95 2.21
2.98 .03 10.75 2.12


2.071 .03| 8.901 3.94
2.99 .00o 10.38) .81


21.12


21.24
18.17
19.72


7.92
25.56
25.20


24.36
24.70


6.30


6.93
14.70
8.18


11.60
9.70
10.10


5.05
9.40


3.84
9.85
9.32


9.42
10.521










DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY
FERTILIZER SECTION.
OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. DAN DAHLE, Assistant Chemist. GORDON HART, Assistant Chemist
Samples Taken by Inspectors Under Section 1SO, Revised General Statutes, 1920.
Deficiencies Greater Than 0.20% in Available Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia, and Potash are Dist;nguished by
Black Face Type.


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American Agricultural Chem. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

American Special Tobacco Mixture... IGuaranteed..
3131IFound.......

Bradley's Bone Potash Hammock I
Spec. Fertz. .................... IGuaranteed..
31871Found.......

Bradley's Florida Veget. Fertz....... Guaranteed..
3130 Found.......
3184 Found.......

Bradley's Lazaretto Early Trucker... Guaranteed..
3185 Found.......


2.701 .30 3.00
3.01 .06 3.07


1.80 .201 2.00
2.12 .08 2.20

3.601 .40 4.001
3.571 .07 3.641
3.77 .08 3.85
4.50 1 5.00o
4.84 .06 4.901


.50
1.13


4.00
3.90

1.00
1.16
.58

1.00
.75


16.50 12.00
18.98 7.58


19.00
19.57

14.00
14.22
13.92

18.00
18.19


12.00
6.70

12.00
6.60
7.40

12.00
6.60













OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.

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Jacksonville, Fla.-Cont'd.

Bradley's Sea Fowl Spec. Mixture... I[Guaranteed. 3.60 .40 4.00 8.00 4.0 10.00 26.00 12.00
13188IFound....... 3.79 .04 3.83 8.75 4.38 9.98 26.94 6.03 -

Bradley's Sea Fowl Tree Grower Fertz.l Guaranteed. 3.60 .40 4.00 8.00 .00 3.00 19.00 12.00
31831Found...... 3.80 .13 3.93 8.65 3.68 3.60 19.86 7.80
Bradley's Tomato Mixture............ Guaranteed.. 2.70 .30 3.00 8.00 1.00 5.00 17.00 12.00
3129PFound....... 2.94 .06 3.001 8.76 1.28 5.00 18.04 5.03

Bradley's Truck Grower Fertz........ IGuaranteed.. 4.50 .50 5.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 16.00 12.00
3186IFound....... 4.68 .09 4.77 5.00 .60 5.20 15.57 8.80

Spec. Mixt. Fertz. for Tobacco....... IGuaranteed. 3.60 .4 4.00 6.00 7.00 5.00 20.00 12.00
3099[Found....... 3.52 .32 3.84 6.26 8.20 4.52 22.82 8.43

Tell's Bright Tobacco Mixture........ Guaranteed.. 2.70 .30 3.00 8.00 .50 5.00 16.50 12.00
3147Found....... 2.84 .04 2.88 8.20 .64 8.50 20.22 7.91









American Agricultural Chemical Co., I
Pensacola, Fla.

Bradley's B. D. Sea Fowl Guano...... Guaranteed.. 2.25 .25 2.50 11.00 1.00 3.00 17.50 12.00
3126 Found....... 2.41 .05 2.4 11.83 .80 3.32 18.41 12.68
Goulding's Gray Land Formula....... Guaranteed.. 2.70 .30 3.00 8.00 1.00 5.00 17.00 12.00
3128IFound....... 2.85 .06 2.91 8.34 1.15 5.06 17.46 10.08

Goulding's Truck Growers' Special.... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40 4.00 8.00 1.00 4.00 17.00 12.00
3127 Found...... 3.97. .06 4.03 8.76 .70 4.24 17.69 8.40

Armour Fertz. Wks., Jacksooville, Fla.

Big Crop 4-8-5 ........................ Guaranteed.. ..... ...... 4.00 8.00 1.00 5.00 17.00 10.00
3090 Found........ 4.041 .051 4.0 8.28 75 4.63 17.75 6.60

Big Crop 483........................ IGuaranteed.. ..... ...... 4.0 8.00 1.0 3.00 16.00 10.00
30921 Found....... 4.31 .06 4.37 8.05 .95 3.28 16.65 6.10

Big Crop 5-8-5....................... Guaranteed .. .... ...... 5.00 8.00 1.00 5.00 19.00 10.00
3091 Found....... 4.73 .11 4.84 7.83 .55 6.40 19.62 5.18
3095 Found....... 4.76 .06 4.821 8.32 .53 5.21 18.88 5.15

Big Crop 5-8-3....................... Guaranteed.. ..... ...... 5.00 8.00 1.00 3.00 17.00 10.00
13094 1Found....... 5.02 .11 5.13j 8.60 .53 2.86 17.12 6.13

Big Crop Vegetable.................. Guaranteed.. ........... 4.00 7.00 i.00 6.00 18.00 10.00
3096 Found....... 3.45 .10 3.55 7.0 .46 5.83 16.86 5.78

Big Crop -9-3....................... Guaranteed.. ........... 3.00 9.00 1.00 3.00 16.00 10.00
S13105|Found........ 2.95 .01 2.96 8.91 .501 3.62 15.99 7.55













OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.


12% Kainit ........................



Sulphate of Ammonia ..............


Nitrate of Soda.....................


No. 465 Raw Bone Mixture..........


Blood, Bone & Potash No. 3.........


N o. 383 .................. ........


Combination No. 58................


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5.00
4.10
3.71

5.00
1.69 o

5.00
.75

10.00
8.03

10.00
8.53

10.00
6.50

10.00
8.25









No. 385 ............................. I Guaranteed..
I32071Found .......
I I
No. 473 ...................... .. Guaranteed. .|
13208 Found......
I I
Armour's 3810 ..................... IGuaranteed..
!3255 Found.......

General Tree No. 8.................. Guaranteed..
13256 Found.......

Armour's 583 ....................... Guaranteed..
'3257iFound.......

Citrus Fruiter No. 8.. .........I IGuaranteed..
3258 Found........

Beall Mercantile Co., Malone, Fla.

Imported Manure Salts ............... Guaranteed..
13134|Found .......
I
Blackshear Mfg. Co., Blackshear, Ga. I

Cabbage Special .................... Guaranteed..
!3112'Found.......

East Coast Tomato Grower........... Guaranteed..
3111 Found .......


2.70 .30
2.90 .05

3.601 .40
3.45: .10

2.70 .30
3.08 .02

3.60, .40
3.85, .03

4.501 .50
4.851 .00

2.701 .30
2.937 .02




.....i.. ...l


3.601 ......
3.671 .15!

3.601 .....
4.00! .271


3.001 8.00 1.00
2.951 8.22 .88

4.00[ 7.00 1.00/
3.551 7.60 .381

3.00| 8.00 1.001
3.10 8.381 .37

4.00 8.00 1.00
3.881 8.31 .38

5.00 8.00 1.00
4.85 7.52 .48

3.00 8.00 1.00
2.95 8.22 .36


.. .. .. . .. ..
..1 .. ...... ......


4.001 6.00 1.00o
3.821 5.801 .311

4.00 8.001 1.001
4.27 7.921 .481


5.001 17.00 10.00
5.36 17.41 7.30

3.00 15.00 10.00
3.29 15.82 8.15

10.00 22.00 10.00
9.36' 21.21 8.70

5,001 18.00 10.00
7.821 20.39 5.55

3.001 17.00 10.00
4.27! 17.12 10.00

8.001 20.0 10.00
8.101 19.63 6.80 ..


20.001 20.00 .
20.16 20.16 .33


5.001 16.001 10.co
6.981 16.91 7.f8

8.001 21.001 10.00
8.08! 20.751 9.35











OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.


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Blackshear Mfg. Co., Blackshear,
Ga.-Cont'd.

Favorite Cotton Fertilizer ............ Guaranteed.. ..... 3.00 8.0 1.00 3.00 15.00 10.u0
3106 Found....... 2.83 .08 2.91 7.5 .39 3.43 14.29 9.85

Florida Accclerific Trucker.......... Guaranteed .. ......... 5.00 6.0 1.00 4.00 16.00 10.00 0
131141Found....... 4.33 .47| 4.80 5.95 .46 3.84 15.05 8.50
No. 844 Cotton Special............... I Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40 4.00 8.0 1.00 4.00 17.00 10.00
|3107 Found....... 3.98 .121 4.10 8.15 .45 4.80 17.50 9.90
4-6-3 Tomato Mixture ...............I Guaranteed.. 3.60 ... .1 4.00 6.0 1.00 5.00 16.00 10.00
3113 Found....... 3.67 .151 3.82 5.80 .31 6.98 16.91 7.68
Coe-Mortimer Fertz. Co., Jackson- I

viille, Fla.

Spec. Mixt. for Tobacco .............. Guaranteed. 3.60 .40 4.00 1 3.50 3.50 8.001 19.00 12.00
3132 Found...... 3.771 .111 3.881 4.81| 3.251 7.761 19.70 7.63
Spec. Mixt. for Tobacco............... Guaranteed.. 3.601 .40 4.001 6.00' 7.00 5.00! 16.00 12.00
3141iFound......... 3.83 .23 4.061 6.511 8.08 4.961 23.61 8.75










Exchange Supply Co., Tampa, Fla. I

Exchange Bone and Potash No. 5.... Guaranteed..
3150 Found.......

Exchange Bone Guano No. 310.......I Guaranteed..
3151 Found.......

Exchange Bone Guano No. 48........ Guaranteed..
|3152JFound.......

Exchange Bone Potash No. 10........ 1 Guaranteed..
3153 Found.......

Fla. East Coast Fertz. Co., Home-
stead, Fla.

Napp Brand Non-Acid Fertz. No. 463.. Guaranteed..
3109 Found.......

Florida Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.

No. 1 Fish Guano Mixt............... 3 Guaranteed..
3180 Found.......

Georgia Fertilizer & Oil Co., Valdosta,
Ga.

Formula No. 101 ..................... I Guaranteed. .
3140 Found.......
3149 Found.......


2.55
3.20

2.70
3.10]

3.601
3.871

1.801
2.36



3.00
3.62


3.00
3.32

3.00
3.20

4.00
3.95

2.00
2.42



4.00
4.06


6.001
5.93


5.50
ti.68

1.50
i.64

1.50
.98

4.00
5.15



3.00
5.70


5.00
5.30

10.00
9.94

8.00
8.28

10.00
9.60


21.50
23.14

22.50
22.88

21.50
21.77

24.00
25.65


10.00
8.90

10.00
12.96

10.00
10.04

10.00
7.46


3.001 16.001 10.00
3.42 19.11 4.48


3.601 .40 4.001 6.00 1.00 5.00 16.00
4.17 .13 4.30 6.84 1.70 5.30 18.14



3.60 .40 4.001 8.00 1.00 4.00 17.00
3.84 12 3.96 8.84 1.79 4.42 19.01
3.91 .05 3.96 9.40 1.18 3.69 18.23


10.00
7.58



14.00
8.80
11.36










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.


MANUFACTURER AND BRAND



Georgia Fertilizer & Oil Co., Valdosta,
Ga.-Cont'd.

Tobacco Grower's Choice............. Guaranteed..
3143 Found.......
3148 Found.......

Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.

Gulf Alkaloid Special ................ Guaranteed..
132491 Found.......

Gulf Bird Guano ..................... Guaranteed..
13247 Found.......

Gulf Celery Special................. IGuaranteed..
3248 Found.......

Gulf Citrus Fruit and Vine........... Guaranteed..
3157Found.......

Gulf Citrus Special ................. iGuaranteed..
3154;Found.......


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2.761 .24
.2.94 .06
2.61 .041



2.701 .30
3.251 .08

4.50 .50;
5.25 .05;

5.40 .60
5.501 .08

2.701 .301
3.041 .03

3.601 .40
4.29 .03


3.00
3.00
2.65



3.00
3.33

5.00
5.30

6.00
5.58

3.00
3.07

4.00
4.32


8.00
9.56
11.19



5.00
6.06

6.00
6.97

5.00
6.38

6.00
6.88

6.00
6.32


5.00 16.00
5.50 19.65
4.80 20.60



8.00 .20.00
7.82 23.81

5.00 19.00
5.56 19.36

5.00 18.00
6.13 21.99

6.00 18.00
6.10 20.65

5.00 16.00
5.721 22.14


14.00
9.25
8.76



10.00
7.53

10.00
5.65

10.00
6.30

10.00
7.91

10.00
7.69








Gulf Fall Special.................... Guaranteed..
3221 Found.......

Gulf Fruit and Vine ................. Guaranteed..
3155 Found......
3245 Found.......

Gulf Summer & Fall Special..........I n Guaranteed..
3246 Found......

Gulf Summer Special ................ Guaranteed..
13156 Found.......

Gulf Special Fruit & Vine............| Guaranteed..
i3219 Found.......

Gulf Vegetable Mixture No. 1........ Guaranteed..
3220 Found .......

Gulf Vegetable Special .............. Guaranteed..
3222 Found.......

Home Guano Co., Dothan, Ala.

Red Fox 8-2-4 Guano ................. Guaranteed..
3137 Found.......
3139 Found.......
31351Found.......

Red Fox 16% Acid Phosphate........ .... Guaranteed..
3138 Found......


2.701 .30
3.09 .00

2.70 .30
3.14 .03
3.27 .0O

2.70 .30
2.93 .05

2.70 .30|
3.31 .031

2.70 30
3.30 .08

3.60 .40
4.06 .04

4.50 .50
4.98 .06


1.70 .30
2.07 .08
2.15 .00
1.92 .08


. . .. .. .


3.00I
3.091

3.00
3.17
3.27

3.00
2.98

3.00
3.34

3.00
3.38

4.00
4.10

5.00
5.04


2.00
2.15
2.15
2.00

..
. i


8.00 2.00 8.00 21.00
7.93 1.60 8.90 21.52

6.00 1.00 10.00 20.00
6.20 3.48 10.92 23.77
6.32 3.81 9.94 22.34

8.00 2.00 8.00 21.00
8.13 2.40 8.62 22.13

8.00 2.00 8.00 21.00
8.47 3.23 8.48 23.52

8.00 2.00 5.00 18.00
8.10 3.58 5.78 20.84

7.00 1.00 2.00 14.00
7.90 3.28 3.02 18.30

6.00 1.00 4.00 16.00
6.83 3.28 4.68 19.83


8.00 2.00 4.00 16.00
8.39 1.31 3.84 15.69
9.47 .88 3.84 16.24
8.63 .78 4.28 15.69

16.00 ... .... ... 16.00
18.301 .40 ..... 18.70


10.00
7.55

10.00
8.63
7.L8

10.00
9.50

10.00
8.26

10.00
7.85

10.00 0
10.40

10.00
8.50


12.00
8.e5
14.00
15.10

12.00
9.55


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OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.

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Home Guano Co., Dothan, Ala.-Cont.
Red Fox Kainit .................... Guaranteed..
3136 Found.......
International Agricultural Corp.,
Montgomery, Ala.
International Potato Grower.......... Guaranteed..
3122 Found ......
3123 Found .......
3124 Found.......
3125 Found.......
Lyons Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.
Orange Belt Bone Guano No. 36...... Guaranteed..
3240 Found ......
Orange Belt Bone & Potash No. 3.... Guaranteed..
]3224[Found.......


..... ..... ... ...
..... .... ... .. .... .. ...



3.601 .40 4.00 9.00 .50
3.85 .12 3.97 8.84 .69
3.98 .06 4.04 9.75 .78
3.56 .07 3.63 9.33 .65
3.85 .07 3.92 9.68 .55


2.70 .30! 3.00 8.00 1.50
2.81 .06 2.87 7.47 6.78

3.40 .60 4.001 8.00 5.50
4.18 .081 4.221 9.30 0.66


12.04 ......
12.38 12.38



4.00 17.50
4.14 17.64
5.14 19.71
4.02 17.63
4.14 18.29


18.50
24.12
20.50
23.82


1.30



10.00
2.66
4.15
3.60
3.60


10.00
7.70

10.00
10.30









Orange Belt Bone & Potash No. 7.... I Guaranteed.. 2.55 .45| 3.00 8.00 5.50 7.00 23.50 10.00
3225 Found....... 3.34 .051 3.39 8.05 3.78 7.44 22.66 8.75

Orange Belt Bone & Potash No. 10.... Guaranteed.. 1.80 .20 2.00 8.00 4.00 10.00 24.00 10.00
3238 Found....... 2.12 .05 2.17 7.22 6.88 9.22 25.49 6.65

Orange Belt Fruit Manure........... Guaranteed.. 1.80 .20 2.00 6.00 2.00 10.00 20.00 10.00
3239 Found....... 1.91 .001 1.91 6.46 u.00 10.10 24.47 5.75

Orange Belt Lawn Special ........... IGuaranteed.. 5.40 .60 6.00 6.00 1.00 1.00 14.00 10.00
3227 Found.. ..... 5.19 .20 5.39 5.98 .70 2.63 14.70 13.00

Orange Belt Truck Special........... j Guaranteed.. 4.50 .50 5.0 7.00 1.00 4.00 17.00 10.00
3226 Found....... 4.55 .06; 4.61 7.65 3.68 6.15 22.09 8.65

Orange Belt Vegetable Grower....... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40 4.0 7.00 1.00 2.00 14.00 10.00
3223 Found....... 4.35 .0 4.40 8.73 4.55 2.60 20.28 9.75

Manatee County Fertz. Co., Braden-
town, Fla.

Non-Acid 6-6-6........................ Guaranteed.. 5.40 .601 6.00 4.00 2.00 6.00 18.00 10.00
3228!Found....... 5.19 .121 5.311 4.88 5.50 6.30 21.99 8.10

Non-Acid 5-8-5 ...................... GI guaranteed 4.50 .50 5.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 18.00 10.00
132291Found....... 4.60 .11 4.71 5.21 6.58 5.60 22.10 6.35

Non-Acid 5-6-5 ...................... Guaranteed.. 4.50 .50 5.00 4.00 2.00 5.00 16.00 10.00
3230 Found....... 4.80 .15 4.95 4.21 6.07 5.42 20.65 9.00

Non-Acid 5-5-5 ...................... Guaranteed.. 4.501 .501 5.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 15.00 10.00
3231 Found....... 4.801 .101 4.90 4.45 5.15 6.48 20.98 7.65












OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.


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Mapes Formula & Peruvian Guano Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Mapes Florida Potato Manure........ Guaranteed.. 4.05
3200 Found..... 4.30

Mapes Fruit Special ................ Guaranteed.. 1.80
13198 Found....... 2.10
Mapes Fruit & Vine Manure.......... Guaranteed.. 1.801
3196 Found....... 2.651
Mapes 5% Fruit.................... Guaranteed.. 1.80
3197 Foundl.... 2.561
Mapes Orange Tree Manure........... Guaranteed. 3.601
3199 Found.......| 3.81
Mapes Orange Tree Manure (war
Potash) ........................ I Guaranteed. 3.60
3203 Found....... 4.08


4.50 6.00 2.00 5.00 17.00 12.00
4.40 7.39 1.24 5.20 18.23 13.43

2.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 12.00 12.00
2.20 6.65 1.50 4.14 14.49 9.40

2.001 5.00 2.00 10.00 19.00 12.00
2.76| 7.21 1.19 10.60 21.76 9.25

2.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 14.00 12.00
2.671 6.57 1.881 5.4 16.58 7.55

4.001 6.00 2.00; 3.00 15.00 12.00
3.891 7.55: 1.631 3.80] 16.87 9.95


4.00 6.00 2.00 1.00 13.00 12.00
4.21 6.97 1.93 1.68 14.79 13.18


Q,









Mapes 6% Orange Tree Manure...... | ]Guaranteed..
|3202 Found.......

SMapes Vegetable Manure ............ Guaranteed. .
13201'Found.......

Mutual Fertilizer Co., Savannah, Ga.

Charles Ellis' Cumberland Fertilizer.. IGuaranteed..
3108'Found.......
3133 Found.......

Nitrate Agencies Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.

Genuine Peruvian Guano.............! IGuaranteed..
13169 Found.......

H. G. Acid Phosphate ................ I Guaranteed..
3168 Found.......

Sulphate of Ammonia ................I Guarantee'l..
13167:Found.......

Non-Acid Fertilizer & Chemical Co.,
Lakeland, Fla.

Napp Bone Organic Base Mixture
No. 4-6-2 ........................ Guaranteed..
3163)Found.......


3.60 .40 4.00 6.00 2.00
3.92 .10 4.02 7.20 1.05

4.50 .501 5.00 6.00 2.00
4.82 .08 4.90 7.39 1.64



..... ...... 2.00 8.00 1.00
1.89 .09 1.98 8.30 .30
2.38 .06 2.44 8.24 .85,




10.351 .20' 10.55 10.00 2.50
16.011 .14 16.15 10.87 .63

..... ... .. .. 16 .00 ......
... ... .. . 17.1 .751.

. . . . . . 25 .00 1 . . . .. -
23.80 ...... 23.801 ..... .. .. . .




3.70 .30 4.00 6.00' 6.00
3.941 .11 4.051 6.83' 9.001


6.00 18.00 12.00
5.92 18.19 10.23

3.00 10.00 12.00
3.54 16.47 14.35



2.00 13.00 14.00
1.94 12.52 7.45
2.36 13.89 6.15




2.751 25.80 15.00
2.52 30.17 16.05
.- --.... :2 .;.-=


23.80


2.00 18.001
3.12 23.001


2.25




8.00
8.65


0n


..... 17. 4










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.

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MANUFACTURER AND BRAND .k o=


Non-Acid Fertilizer & Chemical Co.,
Lakeland, Fla.-Cont'd.

Napp Bone Organic Base Mixture
No. 3-6-5 ........................ Guaranteed.. 2.70 .30 3.00 6.00 6.00 5.00 20.00 8.00
3164]Found....... 3.12 .08 3.20 6.81 9.40 5.70 25.11 7.80
Napp Bone Organic Base Mixture
No. 2-6-8 ................ ..... Guaranteed.. 1.80 .20 2.00 6.00 6.00 8.00 22.00 8.00
3165 Found....... 2.34 .08 2.42 6.78 9.16 8.75 27.12 7.75
Napp Bone Organic Base Mixture
No. 1-6-5 ........................ Guaranteed.. 1.80 .20 2.00 6.00 6.00 5.00 19.00 8.00
[3250 Found....... 2.29 .05 2.34 7.401 b.70 5.10 24.54 2.00
Napp Bone Organic Base Mixture
No. 3-6-10 ....................... Guaranteed.. 2.70 .30 3.00 6.00 6.00 10.00 25.00 8.00
3251 Found....... 3.68 .05 3.73 7.07 6.43 9.94 26.22 2.38

Napp Bone Organic Base Mixture
No. 3-6-8 ........................ Guaranteed. 2.70 .30 3.00 6.00 6.00 8.00 23.00 8.00
3252 Found....... 3.23 .03 3.26 7.10 7.50 7.92 25.78 2.60
13162 Found....... 3.10 .08 3.18 7.08 7.70 8.82 26.78 8.43









Napp Bone Organic Base Mixture
No. 2-6-10 ....................... [Guaranteed..
3166 Found.......

Non-Acid Potassium Phosphate....... Guaranteed..
3214lFound.......
I
Napp Trucker No. 4-6-2............... Guaranteed..
3234 Found.......

Napp Trucker No. 5-6-2............. IGuaranteed..
j3233 Found.......

Napp Trucker No. 5-5-5.............. Guaranteed..
3232 Found.......

Osceola Fertz. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Early Bird Fla. Veget. Manure....... Guaranteed..
3241 Found.......
Special Citrus Manure............... Guaranteed..
!3177 Found.......

Special Vegetable Manure No. 5-7-5... IGuaranteed..
3242 Found.......

Special Vegetable Manure No. 4-8-8... Guaranteed..
32431Found.......


1.80 .20 2.00| 6.00 6.00
2.41 .06 2.471 6.50 7.93

..... ...... .... 12.001 ......
..... I ...... ...... 10.23 12.37

3.601 .40 4.00 6.00 6.OO
3.71 .12 3.83 6.45 9.801

4.601 .401 5.00 6.00 6.00
5.03! .13 5.16 5.951 8.05

4.60! .40! 5.001 5.00; 5.00
4.911 .00 4.97 5.531 7.151


3.601 .401 4.0 6.00 .50
3.84 .03 3.87 6.12 .98

2.70! .301 3.00 8.00' 2.00
2.75 .051 2.80 8.11! 1.78
1 I I
4.501 .50 5.00 7.001 .501
5.101 .08 5.18 7.36 1.55)

3.60 .40 4.001 8.00! .50
3.98 .02 4.001 7.831 .b


24.00 8.00
27.38 6.65


10.00
10.48

8.00
8.88

2.00
2.23

2.00
1.95

5.00
5.14


3.00
3.24

8.00
8.14

5.00
5.54

8.00
7.80


31.48

18.00
22.41

19.00
21.11

20.00
22.79


13.50
14.21

21.00
20.83

17.50
19.63

20.50
20.24


.55

8.00
6.30

8.00
7.45

8.00
7.23



10.00
7.70

10.00
7.85

10.00
6.90

10.00
6.23













OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.

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E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Fruit and Vine Special ............. Guaranteed. ..... ...... 3.00 6.00 .50 5.00 ...... 10.00
3193 Found....... 3.21 .08 3.29 6.95 1.98 5.2 17.84 9.30
S I
Gem Fruit and Vine................. iGuaranteed.. 2.70 .30 3.00 6.00 1.00 10.00 20.00 10.'00
3191 Found....... 3.14 .13 3.27 6.58 2.35 9.80 22.00 13.30 0

Gem Orange Tree ................... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40 4.00 5.00 2.00 6.00 17.00 10.00
3189Found....... 4.581 .03 4.61 6.80 2.40 5.54 19.35 9.15

Gem Trucker ....................... Guaranteed.. 4.50 .40 5.00 6.00 .0 3.00 14.00 10.00
3192 Found....... 4.54 .06 4.60 7.67 4.13 3.80 2.20 10.13

Gem Young Tree and Nursery........ Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40 4.00 5.00 .00 3.00 12.00 10.00
13190 Found....... 4.22 .03 4.25, 6.52 5.68 3.90 20.35 9.55
Simon Pure No. 1 .................... Guaranteed.. 4.00 .00 4.00 6.00 .0 12.00 22.00 10.00
3195 Found....... 4.58 .06 4.64 7.17 .33 10.03 22.141 6.75
Simon Pure No. 2.................... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .401 4.00 6.00 2.00 6.00 18.00 10.00
(3194 Found....... 4.14 .081 4.22 7.43 1.85 6.70 20.30 8.45









Shore's Fertz. Co., Plant City, Fla. j

Shore's Citrus Grower No. 1........... Guaranteed..
[3161 Found.......
S I
Shore's Truck Grower No. 1 .......... IGuaranteed..
3253,Found.......

Shore's Truck Grower No. 2 ......... Guaranteed..
3254 Found.......

Swift & Co., Savannah, Ga.

Swift Citrus Fertilizer No. 3610...... 'Guaranteed..
30891Found.......

Swift & Co., Albany, Ga.

Early Trucker 5-7-5.................. Guaranteed..
3093 Found.......

Trueman Fertz. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Cane, Cotton, Corn and Sweet Pot. G
Special .........................I Guaranteed..
13176 Found.......

Trucker's Favorite 5-7-5............... I IGuaranteed..
330981Found.......

Vegetable Special .................. IGuaranteed..
13244 Found.......


2.70 .30
2.98 .051

4.50 .50
5.19 .06

3.60 .401
4.03 .051



2.70 .301
2.85 .027


l
4.62 .10



2.70 .305
3.20 .101


5.11j .171

3.601 .401
3.651 .05


3.00
3.031


5.251
1
4.001
4.08]


3.00;
2.87j


5.001
4.721



3.00
3.301

5.00
5.28;

4.00
3.70


8.00!
9.28

6.00
7.38

6.001
7.62


6.00
6.06



7.00
7.39



7.001
6.82

7.00
6.95

6.00
6.36


2.00;
5.o o

4.00
5.73

4.001
4.68


.50
.59



.50
.50



2.00
8.16

2.00]
2.251

2.00
6.50;


5.00 18.00
5.44 22.75

3.00 18.00
3.06 21.42

5.00 19.00
5.38 21.76



10.00 19.00
9.22 18.74


5.00 .
5.06 17.67



2.001 14.00
8.421 26.70

5.00 .
5.44 19.88

3.001 15.00
3.721 20.28


10.00
8.78

10.00
5.93

10.00
6.60



10.00
3.86


10.00
5.55



10.00
9.38

10.00
7.00

10.00
6.90










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.


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Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Albany, Ga.

Complete Cane Fertilizer.............I Guaranteed.
31461Found.......
Georgia State Standard 8-2-2......... Guaranteed..
31041Found.......
High Grade 16% Acid Phosphate..... Guaranteed..
3102 Found.......
Shelfer's Cumberland Compound ..... Guaranteed..
3100 Found.......
V.-C. Indian Brand for Tobacco....... Guaranteed..
3118 Found.......
V.-C. Seminole Tobacco Guano........ Guaranteed..
3119 Found.......
V.-C. 9-3-3 Special Fertilizer.......... Guaranteed..
3103 Found.......


3.60 .40 4.00
4.34 .04 4.381

. ...... 2.001
1.80 .05! 1.85



..... ...... 2.00
1 .03 1.96

3.60 .40 4.00
4.05 .08 4.13

2.70 .30 3.00
2.61 .25 2.86

.... ... .. 3.00
2.49 .03 2.52


8.00
9.40

8.00
8.26

16.00
19.00

8.00
8.59

6.00
6.89

8.00
8.09

9.00
8.75


2.00 15.00
2.00 18.11

2.00 .....
1.82 12.19


..... 20.68

2.00 ......
2.40 13.66

4.00 15.00
3.88 16.71

5.00 17.00
5.84 17.44

3.00 ......
2.49 14.05


10.00
9.86

10.00 -
8.28

14.00
4.28

10.00
7.73

10.00
4.32

10.00
4.28

10.00
8 35









Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Montgomery, Ala.

V.-C. Superior Guano................. Guaranteed. 1.80 .20 2.00 8.00 1.00 4.00 15.00 12.00
312 Found....... 2.03 .07 2.10 9.81 4.93 2.33 19.17 6.76
3121 Found....... 2.17 .08 2.25 9.25 5.29 2.41 19.20 6.86

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Hector's Lawn Special............... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .4 4.00 7.00 1.00 1.00 13.00 10.00
31821Found....... 3.86 .061 3.92 7.22 1.28 1.74 15.16 9.20

Southern States Special............... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40! 4.00 6.00 1.00 5.00 16.00 10.00
3181 Found....... 4.24 .081 4.32 6.99 1.80 5.321 18.43 8.45

V.-C. Big Giant Fertilizer............ Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40 4.00 8.00 1.00 4.00 17.00 10.00
3142 Found....... 4.09 .06 4.15 9.33 1.81 4.13 19.42 7.30
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

V.-C. Orange Fruiter ................ iGuaranteed.. 3.60 .4 4.00 6.0 1.00 8.00 19.00 10.00
3179 Found....... 4.09 .0 4.14 6.85 1.03 7.10 19.12 8.85

V.-C. Special No. 5.................... Guaranteed.. 4.50 .50 5.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 16.00 10.00
3178Found...... 4.98 .10| 5.08 5.80 1.63 5.04 17.55 9.48
C 1
V.-C. Special Mixture for Shade To- I
bacco (Guaranteed .50% Chlorine;
Found .25%) .................... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .4 4.00 6.00 13.00 5.00 28.00 10.00
13144|Found....... 3.781 .22 4.00 8.251 6.71 4.98 23.94 9.90










OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.



MANUFACTURER AND BRAND
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Virginia Carolina Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.-Cont'd.

Wando Blood Guano................. Guaranteed.. .... ..... 2.00 3.00 1.0 2.00 ...... 10.00
3101:Found....... 2.22 2.26 7.53 .50 2.21 12.0 .95
West Coast Fertz. Co., Tampa, Fla.

Citrus Fruiter ...................... Guaranteed.. 2.70 .30 3.00 6.00 2.00 5.00 16.00 12.00
3159IFound....... 3.41 .10 3.51 6.83 3.95 5.72 20.01 9.54
32371Found....... 3.07 .08 3.15 7.20 5.00 5.461 20.81 7.50
Fruit and Vine No. 1................. IGuaranteed.. 2.25 .251 2.50 6.00 2.00 5.00 15.50 12.00
3218jFound....... 2.94 .06 3.00 6.73 4.31 5.28 19.32 6.65
Special Bean Mixture............... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .40 4.00 6.00 2.00 1.00 13.00 12.00
3217 Found....... 4.47 .10 4.57 6.39 1.84 2.60. 15.40 10.80
Special Citrus Mixture................ Guaranteed.. 2.70 .30' 3.00 6.00 2.00 8.00 19.00 12.00
3235 Found....... 3.20 .05 3.25 6.88 4.53 8.4 23.12 6.60
Special Grower No. 1....................... Guaranteed.. 3.60 .401 4.00 6.00 2.00 2.001 14.00 12.00
3215]Found..... 4.93[ .13 5.06 5.831 3.15 2.521 16.561 6.55








Special Vegetable Mixture ........... Guaranteed..
13160 Found.......

Special Vegetable No. 1.............. [Guaranteed..
3158 Found.......
3236|Found.......

West Coast Vegetable Special......... iGuaranteed..
13216 Found.......

Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

High Grade Sulphate of Potash....... Guaranteed..
3145 Found.......

Ideal Fruiter No. 8.................. Guaranteed..
3171 Found.......
3210 Found.......
3259 Found.......

Ideal Fruiter No. 10................ Guaranteed..
3210 Found.......

Ideal Tree Grower................... Guaranteed..
3209 Found.......

Ideal Vegetable Manure.............. Guaranteed..
3213 Found.......

Manatee Trucker .................. I Guaranteed..
13173 Found.......


3.60 .40; 4.00
4.26 .12; 4.38

3.60 .40 4.00
4.4? .08 4.50
4.07 .031 4.10

4.50 .501 5.00
4.89 .12 5.01






2.70 .30 3.00
3.29 .03 3.32
3.23 .06 3.29
3.21 .06 3.27

2.70 .301 3.00
2.99 .031 3.02

4.00 .00 4.00
3.93 .031 3.96

3.60 .401 4.00
3.97 .031 4.00

3.60 .401 4.00
3.561 .071 3.63(


6.00
6.99

6.00
7.01
7.25

5.00
5.52


2.00
2.75

2.00
1.60
4.38

2.00
.46


1.00
2.44

2.00
2.691
2.98

5.001
5.50



48.00
50.02

8.00
8.68'
7.38
7.76

10.00
10.42!

5.001
4.88

8.00l
8.44

3.00o
4.88;


13.00 12.00
16.56 10.23

14.001 12.00
15.80 10.27
18.71 9.35

17.00 12.00
16.49 9.25



48.00 10.00
50.02 .89

20.00 12.00 o
26.50 6.55
23.32 6.30
21.23 6.30

22.00 12.00
23.841 6.20

17.50 12.00
18.44 7.20

19.00 12.00
23.39 6.15

14.00 12.00
23.24 8.60


8.00 1.00
7.87 6.63
9.41 3.24
8.35 1.85

8.00 1.00
8.60 1.80

8.00 .50
8.95 .65

6.00 1.00!
6.77 6.18[

6.00 1.00[
6.25 8.481












OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.


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Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.-Cont'd.

Seminole Corn & Cane Grower.......l Guaranteed..
3175 Found.......

Special Pineapple Fertilizer.......... IGuaranteed..
3172 Found.......

Superphosphate ..................... Guaranteed..
3097 'Found .....

Winter Haven Special............... Guaranteed.
3212 Found.......

Wilson & Toomer's Ideal Grower..... IGuaranteed..
3211 Found.......

Wilson & Toomer's Spec. Mixt. No. 1. 1 Guaranteed..
|31741Found.......


2.251 .2 2.50
2.54 .06 2.60

3.60 .40 4.00
4.25 .15 4.40



2.70 .30 3.00
3.54 .08 3.62

3.60 .40 4.00
3.89 .06 3.95

4.50 .50 5.00
4.90 .13 5.03


.5
4.78

5.00
7.75

.50
1.71

1.00
2.75

1.00
8.88

1.00
7.38


3.00 14.00
2.80 18.50

7.00 19.00
6.06 23.49


...... 19.00

3.00 13.00
3.64 17.061

1.00 13.00
1.86 23.44

5.00 17.00
5.381 23.94


12.00
11.15

12.00
7.58

12.00
11.25

12.00
6.33

12.00
5.75

12.00
7.00








DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1924. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 2062, Revised General Statutes, 1920.




SENDER AND SUBSTANCE a "




J. M. Burgess, Tallahassee, Fla.

Corn Bran .................................. 565 11.70 7.11 3.38 65.67 10.80o 1.34
American Sumatra Tobacco Co., Quincy, Fla.

Cottonseed M eal ............................ 566 ........ 41.25 ........ ........ ........ ........
Cottonseed M eal ............................ 5671 ........ 40.52i ............. .. ........













DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FEEDING STUF2 ANALYSES, 1924. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Inspectors Under Sec:ion 180, Revised General Statutes, 1920.
Deficiencies Greater Than 0.20% in Protein, Fat, and N.trogen-free Extract and an Excess Greater Than 0.20%
in Fiber are Distinguished by Black Face Type.


MANUFACTURER AND BRAND


The Acme Mills, Hopkinsville, Ky.

Old Kentucky Home Scratch Feed ...............

Old Kentucky Home Laying Mash................

Supreme Dairy Feed .............................









Heavy Work Horse & Mule Sweet Feed.......... IGuaranteed .. ...... 9.50 3.00 55.00 8.75..
4118 Found ....... 13.861 9.401 3.18 63.41 5.92 4.23

Butter-Nut Dairy Feed........................... Guaranteed ... 24.00 5.50 50.00 9.00 .
4122 Found ....... 11.551 24.84 4.24 46.43 6.99 5.35

Supreme Scratch Feed .......................... IGuaranteed ........ 110.00 2.00 65.00 5.00 ......
4123 Found ....... 11.15 10.79 .1 71.92 2.20 1.77

Heavy Work Horse & Mule Sweet Feed.......... Guaranteed ........ 9.50 3.00 55.00 8.75 ..
41421Found ........ 13.56 9.39 3.43 65.49 4.70 3.43

Butter-Nut Dairy Feed........................... IGuaranteed .. ...... 24.001 5.50! 50.001 9.00......
4133 Found ....... 10.981 25.501 4.69 44.161 8.591 6.08

Alfocorn Milling Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gilt Edge Green H. &M. Feed .................... Granted ..... 9.00 1.50...... 15.00..
3984IFound ......88 8.37 2.65I 66.30 8.16 3.64

Alfocorn Laying Mash......................... .. Gu ranteed ........ 20.00 5.00.... 10.00....
4068 Found ....... [ 8.50 19.52 4.20 53.14 7.02 7.62

Red Dot Scratch Feed.......................... Guaranteed .... 9.00 3.00 ...... 4.50
4069[Found ...... .I 12.631 10.001 3.70 68.901 2.081 2.69

Nitrogen-free Extract includes the ingredients indicated by the percentage obtained by subtracting from
100 per cent the sum of the percentages of moisture, protein, fat, fiber, and ash. Carbohydrates includes the
ingredients indicated by the percentage obtained by the addition of the percentages of nitrogen-freee extract
and fiber. Starch and sugar as used in the law is considered synonymous with nitrogen-free extract.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.





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E. T. Allen Company, Atlanta, Ga. I 1 1


Empire Cottonseed Meal .........................


Cottonseed Meal ..............................


Cottonseed M eal ................................


Alco Feed Mills, Atlanta, Ga.

Alco Sweet Feed................................


Americus Oil Company, Americus, Ga.

Cottonseed M eal ................................


Guaranteed .. .......
4018 Found .............

Guaranteed ....
4049 Found ....... 7.15

Guaranteed .. ......
4089 Found ....... 7.44



Guaranteed ......
3963 Found ....... 13.58



Guaranteed .. ......
3993 Found ....... ......


41.001 ....
40.24 ......

36.00 5.50
34.32 5.66

36.00 5.50
36.59 8.08



9.001 2.00
8.62 2.67



36.00......
36.28 ......


27.00
29.15

27.00
32.72


14.00
17.81

14.00
8.85


5.92


6.32


...... 15.00 ......
53.61 14.051 7.41


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Ashcraft-Wllkinson Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Cottonseed Meal (Paramount Brand)............








Cottonseed Meal (Helmet Brand) ...............




Ballard & Ballard Company, Louisville, Ky.
Baby Chick Insurance Feed............... ......

Ballard Bran ...............................


39941Found ............. 35.23 ....... .........
33997Found ....... ...... 35.14 ...... ...... ......
4000Found ............. 38.74 ...... ...... ...
4001 Found ............. 36.00 ...... ...... I ....
4007 Found ....... ...... 36.64 ...... ...... ......


Guaranteed..... 36.00 ...... ...... .....
3950 Found ............. 33.52 ...... ...... ....
3953 Found ........... 33.05 .............
39661Found ............. 32.25 ... ..... .....
3967iFound ....... ...... 32.98 ... .... ...... ..
3968IFound ....... ...... 33.05 .. .. .... . ..
3969;Found ....... ...... 36.42 ...... ...... ......
3974'Found ....... ...... 35 62........... ......
4061jFound . ....... 37.90 ...... .....
4080 Found ....... ... 37.90 ..... ......
Guaranteed ...... 41.00.. ............
3955 Found .. .... ...... 45.27 ...... .. .. ..
395G Found ....... I... ... 43.44 ............ ......
3951 Found ....... ...... 42.45 ...... ...... ....
4081lFound ....... ..... ...... .. ...


Guaranteed .I..... 16.00 4.00 ...... 4.50
16.00 4.00. ...... 4.50
3986 Found ....... 9.65 17.85 4.95 54.92 3.00

jGuaranteed .. ...... 15.00 3.20 ...... 10.00
13987IFound ....... 10.071 15.921 4.631 52.46! 9.42


9.63

7.50









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1924-Continued.



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Ballard & Ballard Co., Louisville, Ky.-Cont'd.

Egg Insurance Feed....................... ..... 398


Insurance Scratch Feed .........................
13989
Kentucky Farm Feed & Screenings..............
3990
The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.

Buckeye Standard Cottonseed Meal...............
4091
Central Oil & Fertilizer Co., Macon, Ga.

Prosperity Brand Cottonseed Meal...............


IGuaranteed ......
[Found ....... 9.80

!Guarantsed........
Found ....... 12.00

Guaranteed ........
Found ....... 10.901



Guaranteed .......
Found ....... 6.69



Guaranteed .. ......


20.001
21.281

10.00
10.40

16.00
17.33



36.00
36.42



36.00


4.00 ....
b.66 47.92

2.50 .....
3.71 69.01l

4.00 ......
4.25 56.52



5.00 30.00
6.69 34.25


..... ...... I.


9.03


1.78


4.69


14.00 ....
10.03 6.30



.. .





3961 Found ....... ...... 36.42 ...... .
4013 Found ....... ...... 32.95 ...... .
4014 Found .. ... ...... 34.97 ...... .

City Mills Company, Columbus, Ga.

Fancy Feed .................................... Guaranteed .. 8.68.15.00 4.031
4157 Found ....... 13.341 15.09 3.474

Cimco Chicken Feed ................... ..uaranteed........ ..10.00 2.50
4158 Found ....... 13.46; 10.09 2.52'

Corn Products Refining Company, New York, N. Y.

Buffalo Corn Gluten Feed.... .................. guaranteed ...... 23.001i 2.00
4085 Found ...... 12.19 26.721 2.88

Columbia Mill & Elevator Co., Columbia, Tenn.

Blue Seal Shorts & Screenings .................. Guaranteed .. ...... 16.00 5.001
4141 Found ....... 8.50 16.23 4.001

H. C. Col3 Milling Co., Chester, III.

Soft Wheat Shorts ................ .......... Guaranteed ....... 16.00 4.00
4038 Found ....... 10.551 16.76 4.33

Soft Wheat Bran ................... :........ ;,Guaranteed .. ..... .14.50 4.00
4145 Found ....... 11.22 15.05 3.98


57.60

52.00
52.91


6.00 ....
6.19 4.57

9.50 ....
9.85 7.'!4


.... . . . .. ....
!. .
..... j .. ... ... .



58.811 8.50 4.98
58.341 4.79 3.47

60.00 5.00 .
69.62 2.25 2.06



51.001 ...
47.75| 6.28 4.18



58.00 6.00 ...
60.62 5.90 4.75


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The Co Mills Co., East St. Louis, I.

Corno Oat Feed ................................ Guaranteed 6.00 2.00 28.00
3962 Found ....... 7.30 7.11 2.4 46.78 30.28 6.11
Nutro Hen Feed ................... .................... 5.00 ..
4020 Found ..... 11.22 11.71 2.66 68.09 4.10 2.22

Corno Dairy Feed........................... Guaranteed ...... 24.00 4.00 ...... 12.00 ....
4029 Found ....... 9.15. 28.21 4.65 42.47 9.75 5.77

Corno Sweet Feed............................... Guaranteed ........ 10.00 2.50 55.00 15.00 ...
4098Found ....... 10.77 11.13 2.39 59.01 10.66 6.04
Corno Laying Mash .............................. Guaranteed .. ...... 20.00 .00 50.00 6.00 ......
4159Found ....... 10.05 20.05 4.55 53.29 5.41 6.65









W. H. Crozier & Co., Nashville, Tenn.
"Crozier's Special" Scratch Feed................ Guaranteed .. .....10.00
(3) 4031 Found ....... 12.19 11.10
(4) 4039 Found ....... 12.571 10.571
(5) 4040 No Analysis.

The Denver Alfalfa Milling & Produce Co.,
Lamar, Colo.

Alfalfa M eal .................................... Guaranteed ....... 12.00
4109 Found ....... 10.701 15.27
4127 Found ....... 10.771 12.11

Edgar-Morgan Company, Memphis, Tenn.

Happy Cow Feed................................ Guaranteed ......... 24.00/
4099 Found ....... 10.89| 24.85

Farmers Cotton Oil Company, Americus, Ga.
Cottonseed Meal ................................ Guaranteed ...... 36.00
4087 Found ....... 6.58 36.68
4114 Found ....... 7.80 37.21
4131 Found ....... 8.30 37.99

Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jacksonville, Fla.1
Cottonseed Meal, Flaco Brand.................. Guaranteed .. ...... 41.00
3947 GFound ...... ....... 40.09


3947jFound 40.091


4.50
3.66


5.50
0.83
5.02
6.91

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S.. 7.00
68.28 3.74
68.66 3.55




40.00! 35.00
37.92 24.39
34.11 32.10


40.001 10.00
43.691 9.60


27.00 12.50
32.44 12.05
31.31 11.24
29.77 10.62


1.91
1.91





9.s7
9.46


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7.31



6.45
6.92
6.41


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Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jacksonville, Fla.-Cont'd

Cottonseed Meal ................................ IGuaranteed .......
3918IFound .. ........
39591Found .............
3970IFound ... ..
3971 Found ....... ......:
3996 Found ....... ......
4019 Found ..... ..
4035,Found .............

Gober's Great Eight Milling Co., Jackson, Miss.

Gober's Great Eight H. & M. Feed............ Guaranteed .. ......
4137 Found ....... 12.37

Gober's Great Eight Hen Feed................... Guaranteed .... ....
4152 Found ....... 12.201


36.00 ..........
32.58 ...... ......
32.99 ...... ......
34.09 ...... ......
35.01 ...... ......
36.00............
35.54 ..........
36.86 .... ..



9.00 2.00 50.00
9.91 2.59 62.85

10.00 3.50 50.00i
10.05 3.28 70.581


15. 0 ....
7.67 4.61

5.00 ...
2.40 1.49


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Golden Grain Milling Co., East St. Louis, III. I I

Golden Grain Milk Producer ..................... 1Guaranteed .. ......4 24.00 4.50 ...... 12.00 ......
39721Found ...... 10.45 25.98 5.21 36.47 13.961 7. ,-3
4070,Found ....... 13.131 24.64 4.51 36.87 12.50 8.35

Gooch Milling & Elevator Co., Lincoln, Nebr.

Gray Wheat Shorts & Screenings................ Guaranteed .. ...... 16.00 3.50 ...... 5.50...
4047 Found ....... 10.20 18.16 5.19 55.02 6.09 5.34

Grain Belt Mills Co., South St. Joseph, Mo.

Baby Chick Feed (7) ........................... nGuaranteed .. ...... . ... . ... .
|4105 Found ....... 12.40 10.31 3.42 68.09 3.43 2.35

Hales & Hunter Company, Chicago, Ill.

Red Comb Scratch Feed........................ Guaranteed ...... 10.00 2.50 .... ....
139638Found ....... 12.33 10.97 2.5 67.54 4.051 2.26
4164,Found ....... 12.46 10.23 2.00 70.27 2.80 1.44

Hiwatha Gin & Manufacturing Co., Jackson, Miss.

Hiwatha Scratch Feed No. 2 ...................... IGuranteed .. 10.00 2.00 60.00 5.00 .....
40931Found ...... 9.12 10.27 2.92 73.90 2.12 1.07

Hobble Elevator Company, Montgomery, Ala.

Carnation Feed ................................. Guaranteed .. .... 16.00 4.0 56.0 8.0
4111Found ....... 9.531 15.75 b.561 61.9 5.41 3.76













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International Vegetable Oil Co., Atlanta, Ga.


Cottonseed Meal ................... A ...........


Guaranteed .. ......
3949 Found ...... .....
3976 Found .............
3995 Found ....... ......
399 Found ... ... ....
4006 Found ....... ..
4024,Found .............
4025 Found .............
4026 Found .............
4032 Found .............
4033 Found .............
4056 Found ..... ......
4057 Found ...... ......
4058 Found .............
4059 Found ....... ......
4062 Found ....... ......
4071 Found ....... ......


36.00
38.34
35.00
35.02
36.11
35.36
35.10
36.42
36.42
35.46
35.32
35.84
36.98
37.51
36.00
36.14
38.18


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International Sugar Feed No. 2 Company,
Memphis, Tenn.

Wheat Gray Shorts & Ground Screenings.........


International Special Dairy Feed.................


International Arrow Horse Feed................


International Dan Patch Special Horse Feed.....


Indian Milling Company, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Heavy Ration Horse & Mule Feed................


The J. H. Kent Company, Fallon, Nev.

"Newlands" Alfalfa Meal............. ..........


4072 Found ....... ...... 38.92
4083 Found ....... ...... 35.98
4115 Found ....... ...... 35.45
4147 Found ....... ...... 39.88



Guaranteed ....... 16.00
4052 Found ....... 11.2 16.63

Guaranteed .. ..... 15.00
4124 Found .......10.86 14.80

SGuaranteed ....... 9.00
4126 Found ..... 12.38 11.02

Guaranteed ........ 9.00
4135 Found ....... 13.40 11.14


tGuaranteed .. ...... 10.00
3983 Found ....... 11.73 9.88


Guaranteed ....... 15.00
40411Found ....... 10.251 16.45


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5.50 ......
5.961 3.63

12.50.
11.62 9.36


3.50 ....
4.32 58.191

4.50! 52.00
4.65! 48.71

z.00i 55.00
3.391 58.90

2.251 55.00
2.961 56.32



4.001 ......
3.721 66 61



2.00 o ......
2.391 35.481
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8.001 ......
5.55 2.48



40.00 9.50
25.82 9.61
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8.12 6.19

12.501 .....
9.121 7.06








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Kentucky Milling Company, Hopkinsville, Ky.
"Gold-Bar" Dairy Feed ..........................

King Lumber & Oil Company, Unadilla, Ga.
Good Cottonseed Meal ...........................

Chas. A. Krause Milling Company, Milwaukee, Wis.
Kramco Dairy Ration (2).......................

Marion Cotton Oil Company, Marion, S. C.
Marion Cottonseed Feed........................


Guaranteed ........ 24.00 5.50
Found .......10.88 25.37 4.32


Guaranteed ...... 36.00 ......
Found ....... ...... 31.96 ......


Guaranteed 20.00 4.00
Found ....... 7.7 23.26 5.35


Guaranteed ........ 36.00.
Found .......... 37.74 ......


6.08 o


46.92


11.00 .....
10.31 6.38


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"Pee Dee Brand" Cottonseed Meal................ IGuaranteed .........
1411C Found .......1 7.70
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Marion Cottonseed Feed ........................ Guaranteed ........
4117 Found ....... 7.76!

Memphis Cotton Hull Fibre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

Cyclone Cottonseed Feed ........................ Guaranteed .. ......
13985 Found ....... ......

Cyclone Cottonseed Feed...................... I4uararteed ........
!4086!Found ...... 12.951
14092 Found ....... 7.89]

Meridian Grain & Elevator Co., Meridian, Miss. I

Big League Horse & Mule Feed..................I Guaranteed ........
14054 Found ....... 11.00

Big League Scratch Feed....................... Guaranteed .. ......
14055 Found ....... 11.91

"Mytygreen" Horse & Mule Feed................ IGuaranteed ........
4077 Found ....... 16.52

Nunbetter Ox Feed................... ..... Guaranteed .......
4130IFound ....... 9.45


41.001
40.81

36.00
35.80


20.00 .
20.14 .

20.00
19.31
19.96


10.00
10.42

10.00
10.53

10.00
10.201

10.001
11.321


6.00 ...... 10.00 ......
6.21| 25.81 12.81 6.66

5.00 ...... 12.00 ...
5.40 33.57 11.56 5.91





3.00 38.00 26.00 .....
3.051 36.12 23.49 5.08
3.08! 43.70 21.30 4.07
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3.00 ...... 10.00 ......
3.421 64.02 7.00 4.14

3.00 60.001 10.00 ....
3.25 C7.63! 4.25 2.43

3.00 ...... 10.00 .....
2.961 57.071 8.201 5.05

3.00 45.001 26.00. .....
%.971 53.79' 19.321 3.15













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Milam-Morgan Company, New Orleans, La.

"Lay-More" Hen Feed ..........................
4

King Bee Dry Dairy Feed........................
4

Montezuma Cotton Oil Company, Montezuma, Ga.

Cottonseed Meal ................................
4

Mountain City Mill Company, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Blue Cow Fine Feed .............................


Guaranteed ..
Found .......

Guaranteed .
Found .......



Guaranteed ..
Found .......


12.65


8.40


Guaranteed.. .....
Found ....... 9.95


10.00
10.35

20.00
22.77


11.00
12.151


o.OO ...... 4.00
3.3 69.54 2.60

4.00 50.00 15.00




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...... ...... ......


4.50 ... .... .

4.60 63.73 5.72


1.53


9.43


3.85


......I 36.00
..... .. I 35.10








Modern Flour Mills, Macon, Ga.

Mascot Wheat Shorts & Screenings..............


R. N. Neal & Company, Memphis, Tenn.

Triangle Brand Cottonseed Meal...............


Ninety-Six Manufacturing Co., Ninety-Six, S. C.

Standard Cottonseed Meal.......................


Nelson Grain & Milling Co., Kansas City, Mo.

Mix Corn Chop.................................


Geo. P. Plant Milling Company, St. Louis, Mo.

W heat Middlings .. .........................


M. C. Peters Mill Company, Omaha, Nebr.

Arab Sweet Feed (1) ............................


High Score Dairy Feed.........................


Guaranteed .. ...... 16.00
3980 Found ....... 12.25 16.10
4113IFound ....... 10.77 16.01
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Guaranteed ..... 36.00
4084,Found ....... 8.86 34.66!


[Guaranteed .. ...... 36.00 .
4090 Found ....... ..... 37.731.


Guaranteed ........ 9.00
4100 Found .......I 13.61 9.96



Guaranteed ...... 17.00
4140 Found ....... 8.66 17.55



3973 Found ....... 15.94| 9.481

Guaranteed ........ 24.00
4101 Found ....... 10.931 25.181


3.75 55.00 8.00 ...
4.27 54.50 7.40 5.48
3.10 57.64 6.03 6.45


5.00 28.50 14.00.....
6.51 31.3b 12.73 5.89







3.00 70.00 3.20 ...
2.79 70.12 2.00 1.52



4.00 55.001 6.50 ......
4.68 57.26 6.60 5.25


..... ...... ...... ......
2.28 54.95 10.75 6.60

5.00 50.00 10.00 ......
3.601 47.291 6.75 6.25











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Pill;bury Flour Mills Company, Minneapolis, Minn.

Pillsbury's Hard Wheat Middlings & Screenings..




Planters Oil Company, Albany, Ga.

Second Class Cottonseed Meal..................


Guaranteed ...... 15.00
3964|Found ....... 9.78 17.11
3973SFound ....... 9.69 16.89
4132,Found ....... 9.67 16.45



Guaranteed ........ 36.00
39521Found ....... ..... 35.51
3960|Found ............. 32.78
4002|Found ....... ..... 34.31
40031Found .......... 34.31
4004 Found ...... ... 35.02
4005 Found ... ... 34.58
400S Found ....... ....... 35.62
:400) Found ..... ...... 34.04
44010[Found ... ... 35.62


56.99
56.56
58.82


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4.50
4.25
4.24


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40111Found ....... ...... 35.70 ... ....... ..
14012 Found ............. 36.02 .... .. ..... .... .
3991 Found ....... ...... 34.97 ........... .. ......
j4048 Found ............. 36.72 .. .... ..
14000G ound ....... ..... 33.66 ...... .... .. ..
4079|Found ....... ..... 35.58 ...... ...... ...... ......

Planters Oil Company, Tifton, Ga.

Good Cottonseed Meal........................... Guaranteed ........ 36.00 .. ....... ..
3977 ;ound ............. 31.19 .......... ..

Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.

Purina Chicken Chowder Feed................... Guaranteed .. ...... 19.00 4.00 47.00 9.00 ..
4036Found ....... 10.00 20.18 5.45 49.25 8.45 6.67
40511Found ....... 11.75 20.53 5.24 46.63 8.53 7.32 co
4112 Found ....... 10.45 20.53 4.73 50.82 5.21 8.26

Purina Cow Chow Feed.......................... I Guaranteed ...... 24.00 4.30 42.00 12.00......
4066IFound ....... 9.70 25.10 4.95 40.49 12.02 7.74
14121F1ound ....... 11.29 24.58 4.23 43.66 8.67 7.57

Purina Hen Chow Feed.......................... Guaranteed ...... 10.00 2.501 65.00 4.00 ......
4050 found ....... 90 9.48 2.95 68.69 4.22 1.76

4120 Found ....... 15.81 9.90 2.17 52.66 12.32 7.14

Little Jo Dairy Feed ............................ Guaranteed ...... 16.00 3.00 44.00 15.00 ......
4161 Found ....... 12.53 18.24 3.23 50.56 7.871 7.57













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Quisenberry Feed Company, Kansas City, Mo.

Quisenberry Buttermilk Growing Mash...........


Quisenberry Quality Buttermilk Laying Mash.....


Quisenberry Buttermilk Starting Food............


Quisenberry Quality Egg Maker Scratch..........


Quisenberry Quality Husky Chick Scratch........


Guaranteed ......
4042 Found ....... 10.00

iGuaranteed .......
4043 Found .......10.47

Guaranteed ......
4044 Found ...... 10.97

IGuaranteed ........
4045 Found ....... 13.36

Guaranteed ......
4046 Found ....... 12.95


4.00 54.00
t.92 52.16

4.60 52 00
5.18 49.41

t.00 55.50
3.57 59.50

3.00 69 50
4.16 67.41

2.25 69.90
2.36 70.93


17.00'
15.80

19.00
18.67

15.00
13.51

10.501
10.57

10.50
10.22


5.00 ......
5.50 11.62

5.00 .....
7.89 8.41

4.50 ......
3.60 8.S5

2.50 ......
2.55 1.95

2.25 . ....
1.94 1.60










Rosenbaum Brothers, Chicago, IlI.

Vitality Egg Mash.............................. 4108


Royal Feed & Milling Company, Memphis, Tenn.

Dominek Scratch Feed.............................
4053

Royal Molasses Feed ...........................
4096

Ribbon Sweet Feed ............................
4097

Milk-Flo Dairy Feed................ ..........
4103

Rudy Patrick Seed Company, Kansas City, Mo.

R-P. Special Scratch Feed.......................
4065

Sessum Grain Company, Memphis, Tenn.

Special Scratch Feed......................... .


Guaranteed .. ......
Found ..... 9.26



Guaranteed ......
Found .......12.90

Guaranteed ........
Found ....... 10.17

Guaranteed ........
Found ....... 16.42

Guaranteed
Found .......14.1



Guaranteed ........
Found ....... 10.42



Guaranteed .. ......
Found ....... 9.9


20.00
23.39



9.00
10.44

9.00
10.59

9.00
10.28

16.50
23.05



10.00
12.90



9.00
11.10


4.00 41.00
4.13 48.49



2.00 ......
3.18 68.68

.OO0 50.00
2.68 63.62

2.00 50.00
1.75 54.91

3.501 50.00
3.66 46.00



2.50 60.50
3.02 69.36



2.00 ......
2.32 69.82


7.00 ...
5.40 9.33



5.00 .
2.95 1.85

12.00 ...
7.56 5.38

15.00 .....
10.38 6.26

15.00 ...
13.21 9.91



4.50 .....
2.43 1.87


12.00
4.68


2.11











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Security Mills, Knoxville, Tenn.

Blue Eagle Horse Feed..........................


The Southwestern Milling Co., Kansas City, Mo.

Star Wheat Shorts & Screenings.................


South Georgia Milling Company, Valdosta, Ga.

Velvo Dairy Feed ...............................


Valdo Horse & Mule Feed ................... :...


Guaranteed ..
Found .......



Guaranteed .
Found .......


Guaranteed .
4064]Found .......

Guaranteed ..
4095 Found .......
4119Found .......


...... 1 9.001
16.22 9.32



...... 17.00
7.86 17.46



...... 20.00
8.97 19.74

...... 9.001
10.07 11.53
14.45 9.78


Z.50 ......
2.91 50.97



4.20 ..
4.61 55.74



3.50 ...
4.11 47.17

2.50 50.00
2.70 62.88
2.70 60.44


15.00
13.95



8.50
8.83



15.00
13.50

15.00
8.00
10.59


6.51


4.22
4.04









Giant Horse & Mule Feed .... ................. Guaranteed .......
4104 Found ....... 15.34
4166 Found ....... 15.42
4160 Found ....... 14.99

Velvo Dairy Feed................... ............ Guaranteed .. .. ..
4165 Found ....... 14.34
4167 Found ....... 14.42
4168 Found ....... 13.51
4169|Found ....... 13.24
Screven Oil Mill, Sylvania, Ga.

Cottonseed Meal ................................ iGuaranteed .....
4088 Found ....... 8.79
Southerland Flour Mills Company, Cairo, I11.

Prize Poultry Feed .............................. Guaranteed .......
4075 Found ....... 11.48

Harvester Molasses Feed........................ Guaranteed ........
40761Found ....... 14.60
The Southern Cotton Oil Co., Pensacola, Fla. I

Second Class Cottonseed Meal ................... Guaranteed .......
3954 Found ....... ....
3975 Found ....... ......
3999 Found ....... ......
40151Found ....... I ......
4016 Found ....... ......
4156 Found ....... ......
4028 Found ............
4155 Found ....... ......


10.00 3.50 55.00 10.00...
9.92 2.98 61.91 6.18 3.67
9.53 3.23 61.44 6.96 3.42
9.66 3.28 62.19 6.44 3.44

20.00 3.50 43.00 15.00 ......
17.96 3.61 46.75 11.14 6.20
17.91 3.77 47.19 10.78 5.93
17.87 3.44 47.43 11.00 6.75
17.87 3.47 47.56 11.44 6.42


36.00 5.00 30.00 14.00 ......
35.80 6.62 30.37 12.42 6.00


10.00 3.50 ...... 6.00 ......
13.38 3.53 67.70 2.51 1.40

9.0 2.00 ...... 12.00 ......
10.75 2.98 56.54 10.67 4.46


36.00 . . . . . ... .
36.70 ...... ...... ..... .
35.54 ...... ...... .... ......
38.70 ...... ...... .... ......
36.46 ............ ..... ...
35.6 ...... ...... ...... ......
36.20 .. .
37.56 . ..
36.16 ...... ...... ..










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High Grade Cottonseed Meal..................... Guaranteed .. .... 41.00 ..... ...
3957 Found ....... . 41.02 . .. .

38.62 Protein Cottonseed Meal................... Guaranteed ....... ..
4017 Found ....... ...... 39.18 ..... ......

Shamrock Mills, East St. Louis, III.
Shamrock Hen Feed ........................... Guaranteed ... 10.00 3.00 68.00
3138 Found ....... 10.5 10.66 2.81 71.72

Shamrock Sweet Feed........................... Guaranteed ...... 10.00 2.50 55.00
4144 Found ........12.9 10.10 2.60 58.89
The Sugarine Company, Owensboro, Ky.
The National Dairy Ration ...................... Guaranteed .. ...... 20.00 4.50 ...
3992Found ....... 10.80 20.42 4.47 51.50


2.65 1.65
15.00 ...
10.89 4.56

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Suffolk Oil Mill, Suffolk, Va.

Momilk Cattle Feed. ....................... Guaranteed ... 20.00 5.00 20.00 35.00 ......
4163 Found ....... 4.4 21.50 5.18 30.06 30.00 4.78

W. R. Tate Company, Nashville, Tenn.

Mixed Oats & Screenings (6) ..................... Guaranteed .. ...... ...... ...... ..... ..... ......
4094 Found....... 12.33 11.89 2.79 59.77 8.87 4.35

Tri-State Vegi. Feed Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Sugar Jack Dairy Feed.......................... Guaranteed .. ...... 18.00 4.00 50.00 12.00 ..
4073 Found ....... 10.70 18.38 4.48 47.99 13.07 5.38
4125 Found ....... 12.21 18.87 3.77 44.85 10.90 9.40

Union Elevator Company, Memphis, Tenn.

Cheerful Mule Feed ............................. 4. Guaranteed ...... ... 9.00 2.50 55.00 11.00 ......
4102Found ......16.79 9.72 2.66 57.43 8.64 4.76
4107 Found ....... 13.34 10.30 3.10 60.07 8.48 4.71

The Ubico Milling Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Ubico Buttermilk Egg Mash...................... Guaranteed ........ 20.00 4.00 50.00 6.00 8.00
4139 Found .......1 8.89 19.92 3.92 51.10 4.35 11.82

Fourex Dairy Ration............................. !Guaranteed . ...... 16.50 3.50 50.00 12.00......
4143 Found ....... 12.681 16.38 o.49 57.73 9.87 7.85

Union Grains .................................... Guaranteed .. ..... 24.00 a.00 45.00 10.00 ....
4146Found .......I 8.67 25.011 5.15 44.711 9.83 6.63











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The Ubico Milling Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.-Cont'd.

Ubico Scratch Feed.............................. Guaranteed ........
14149 Found ......12.67

John Wade & Sons, Memphis, Tenn.

X Y Z Horse & Mule Feed...................... Guaranteed ........
14148 Found ....... 14.08

Wade's Special Scratch Feed.....................I Guaranteed .. ......
4150 Found ....... 11.60

Rex Hen Feed..................... ............ Guaranteed .. ......
14151 Found ....... 12.01

Sunny South Hen Feed.......................... Guaranted .. ....
14153 Found ....... 112.451


10.00' 2.50 70.00 5.00 ..
10.97 2.80 69.16 2.93 1.47


9.00 2.00 50.00 15.00 .....
9.92 6.15 59.59 8.40 4.86

10.001 2.50 65.00 5.00 ..
10.62 2.62 70.90 2.64 1.62

10.00 3.00 65.00 5.00 ......
10.53 z.90 70.07 3.04 1.45

10.00 3.50 60.00 5.00 ....
10.09 3.25 69.61 3.05 1.64




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