Professor J. H. Shepperd is credited with saying: From all published data I Bhould regard wheat about eqnal in value to coru. Bar ley seeius to be worth about 8 per cent less thau coru. The real valué of wheat as a feed can be learned only by comparing its price with that of other graius. If barley, corn and shorts are cheap enough to produce 100 pounds of pork at a less cost than wheat, it isfolly to feed wheat. However, ■with wheat at its present low price and other grains high, it will in very many cases pay to feed the wheat, and especially that which ia "off" in grade. The valne at the farm of wheat, corn r other foods should determine which to use.