Mr. T. P. Babst, who lives on Walnut Grove, near Dover, has been a breeder for thirty years. His specialty is Shorthorn cattle, and he has raised some of the finest animals in the United States. He sells all his stock himself and never puts it on show, but the stock has never failed to draw prizes wherever shown by the buyers. The choicest animals on the State Agricultural College farm are from the Babst herd; also nearly all of the Tomson and Son's show animals. Mr. Babst at present keeps a herd of about one hundred and twenty five cattle. He has the oldest Shorthorn establishment in the State.
Composed of experienced, successful and practical stockmen. Have best located pens and plenty of them. Prompt service in receiving and handling of stock and proceeds. Best information service.Test Our Work by a Trial Consignment.
Transcribed from Business directory and history of Wabaunsee County pub. by The Kansas directory company of Topeka, Kansas, 1907. 104 p. illus. (incl. ports.) 21 cm. Advertising matter interspersed.
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