Wills Northwestern Dent Hybrid
This corn is a combination of four inbreds three of our own selected 12 or more years ago and one originating in Minnesota. It may also show a slight amount of yellow from outside pollen. Has shown some apparent smut resistance is vigorous early and high yielding. Grades-large flat medium flat. Postpaid lb. 40c. F. O. B. here 10 lbs. 1.00 1.2 bu. 2.50 bu. 4.50 medium round grade 50c less.
This is one of the hybrids from the Minnesota State Experiment Sta. which has been among the best of the hybrids in N. D. trials. Postpaid lb. 50c. F. O. B. here 10 lbs. 1.50 bu. 3.25 bu. 6.50.
E-4 Minn. 13 Hybrid
Another Minnesota hybrid in the 95 day class. A trifle later but a heavier yielder in trials than the E-2 which may be planted somewhat further north. Has all the good hybrid qualities but like the E-2 should be planted only in good location. Grade-medium flat. 10 lbs. 1.50 bu. 3.50 bu. 6.75 F.O.B. here.
Wills Falconer Hybrid
(Certified) Grown from four of our own inbreds selected some nine years ago. Has shown less smut sturdier stalks and heavier yields in our trials. Grades large flat medium flat. Lb. 50c postpaid. F. O. B. here 10 lbs. 1.50 bu. 4.00 bu. 7.50. Medium round grade 50c less.
N.D.A.C. Dakota Flint Hybrid
Produced under the outstanding corn specialist Dr. P. J. Olson. This hybrid has greater height and heavier ears and is still as early as the parent stock. Grade-medium round. Lb. 40c postpaid. F. O. B. here 10 lbs. 1.25 bu. 3.25 bu. 6.00.
Russian Extra Early
Corns from Siberia and the colder parts of Russia very remarkable for earliness and height of stalks for such early corn. lb. postpaid 50c F.O.B. Bismark 5lbs. 1.00
Sweet Fodder Corn
Wonderful feed for Milch cows. Sweet Fodder is coming to occupy a place of very high esteem as a feed for milch cows. Owing to the fact that its sugar content is so high it is more concentrated feed than ordinary corn. It is likewise a heavy yielder as it is so bushy and there are no heavy coarse stalks which are usually waste. Lb. 30c postpaid. F.O.B. Here 10lbs. 2.00 larger lots 17c per lb.
4x Fodder Corn
Southern grown tall leafy. The 4x is we consider the very best procurable fodder corn for Northwestern conditions. We get this grown just far enough south so that maximum quantity of fodder is produced and at the same time the stocks come near enough to maturity so that they are not all water. The best time to cut corn for fodder is when the kernels are just past the roasting ear stage. Sow or drill ten pounds to one-half bushel per acre if planted with a planter 2 bu. If broadcasted. F.O.B. Here bu. 2.00 bu. 3.50 larger lots 3.40.
Acme Fodder- A Natural Cross
Almost perfect as a silage corn. This is a mixture of off type early dents and semi-dents with a previous years cross. This sort of combination means heavy growth and yield combined with the natural earliness of its components. Easily handled with a binder. Lb. 30c postpaid. F.O.B. Here 10lbs. 1.25 bu. 2.25 bu. 4.00
Wills Original Northwestern Dent
The original Northwestern Dent corn a history of which is given in Bulletin No. 107 of the Montana Experiment Station was introduced by Oscar H. Will in 1896 and almost immediately attained great popularity over the whole Northwest. It is extremely hardy and will produce a crop when all other dents fail owing to its frost and drought resistance. It ripens in 80 to 85 days. Lb. Postpaid 35c F.O.B. Here 10lbs. 1.30 bu. 3.00 bu. 5.00
The original Northwestern Dent Corn a history of which is given in Bulletin No. 107 of the Montana Experiment Station was introduced by Oscar H. Will in 1896 and almost immediately attained great popularity over the whole Northwest. So much so in fact that corn of every type color and description has since been sold under the name which we gave to this early red dent. Bloody Butcher and Calico from South Dakota and Nebraska have disappointed many a farmer who had bought them as Northwestern Dent and found them too tall and too late to be of any value. The only safe plan therefore is to buy Wills Original Northwestern Dent from Oscar H. Will & Co. It is extremely hardy and will produce a crop when all other dents fail owing to its frost and drought resistance. It ripens in 80 to 90 days. Lb. 30c postpaid. F. O. B. Bismarck 10 lbs. 50c bu. 1.20 bu. 2.00.