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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 11,1966
;§ Holland Horses sold slow to steady
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Several 100-140 lb. Holstein }J!^ I 10 J5j^ drl jlX h S!S
Heifer Calves sold for export 115 ‘ 22 ,?’ |i uler, >
at 182.5050.00. P* r lh. Pony mares, 20-80,
SHEEP 23 Not enough of Sidings, 20-85. No mules were
•ny one class on offer for a
market test. Few Good and _ H V* , no .
Choice 7500 lb. Spring Lambs _ ®* 1968 . . ..
ms 0n.28 no ®24 head received sold
steady with retail bringing
ut 27.25-28; wholesale (U.S. 1-3),
‘ih,,,., , nH 26.50-27.25; heavyweights. 25-
• 193 cO % s ’ * bu '' s ' tnd 26.75; sows, 17.75-10. No
10 heifers offered sold very .i.-.J,
active with fresh Holsteins shMfls
bringing 306800; Guernseys, Jun
-175250;0ther breeds, 175350. sixty-one head sold about
Bulls, 165275. steady comptred with the i ast
wTiL calf sale. Choice and Prime.
Jane 6, 1966 38-42; Good and Low Choice,
P.B. FARM DISPERSAL
Charles Plushanski, owner
at the "farm, near Kutztown, Pa.
SATURDAY, JUNE 18 12 NOON (EDT)
1 Bull 64 Cows 20 Bred Heifers 12 Open Heifers
Heavy Summer and Fall Calving Schedule
This herd was founded in 1948 on purchases from Spruce
Run Farm and GLENGERAN Farm. It is a great herd of
cattle. In loose housing with a milking parlor the DHIA
(actual) herd average for the last three years on over 70 cows
10784 lbs. milk —.520 lbs. fat.
Sale Managed By: ' For Catalogs Write:
100 Walnut Lane, Morrisville, Pa. 19087 (215) 295-2941
FEEDER PIC SALE
Saturday, June 25, 1966
2Vz miles South of Bethel from US 22 and 6 miles
North of Myerstown, Pa., along US 501.
250 to 275 40 to 60 lb. Choice Feeder Pigs
Hampshire and Yorkshire Cross
All pigs are vaccinated for Cholera and Erysipelas,
Castrated young. Wormed, Sprayed for Mange and
All pigs were raised on this farm. No outside pigs
will sell on this sale. These are all White Pigs. Also
pigs will not have to he moved the day of Sale.
These are some of the finer quality feeder pigs
In the East.
WE USE QUALITY PAINT
AND IT DOES STAY ON!!!
Aerial Ladder Equipment Used
To Paint Your Farm Buildings
C. RALPH MILLER
Spray-on and Brush-in Painter
R, D. 4, Manheim, Pa.
Sale at 1:30 P.M.
NORMAN M. MARTIN
RD 1, Myerstown, Pa.
For Prices Contact
2S-84.50; 27.50, four load! at latter price, price on Monday and moitty
High. Choice and .Prime 1160* Prime. Choice >OO-1.100 lbs.-.a£»
1400.1b*. 26.00-27.26, doting 28.- 25, 'Qood'ZliOOgftOQ, Standard
A rL . 00-25.75. Choice *9OO-1400 Ibt. and -Low Good 19.00*22.00. -• ■
• _• ■ , 24.50-25,26, .closing 24.50-25.75, COWS Utility and Cam
(Continued from Page 2) Mixed Good and Choice 900* mercial 18.2520.60. Canner and
beef Heady to 1.60 lower, with 13Q0 lb». 24.00-2525, Good 23.- Cutter 15.50-194)0.
least decline on Standard. Helf- 00-24.50, Standard and Low BULLS Utility and Cm*
er beef 50-1.00 lower, and cow Good 22.00-23.50. mercial 21.20-24.00.
beef steady. SLAUGHTER HEIFERS FEEDERS Saveral loads
SLAUGHTER STEERS High Choice and Prime 900- Choice 850-950 lbs. steers 24*5-
Prime 1175-1425 lbs. 27.00- 1100 lbs. 25.25-25.25. Latter 25.00.
Dow weed and grass killers and this new leaf lifter
Control weeds and grass in corn for $1 an acre
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Wednesday, June 15
(Rain Date Wednesday, June 22)
Starting at 10 A.M.
See and Operate the Following All New IH Machines
LEBANON CHEMICAL CORP.
to be held at
Hoover's Farm, R. D.
Just South of Diamond Station
Approximately 4 miles Southeast of Akron
1054 S. State St.
Phone (AC) 717 - 273-1687
Sales and Service
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