Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 16, 1966, Image 16

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    16—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 16,1966
N.Y.-N.J. Market
Predicts $6 Class
NEW YORK Prices paid
to dairy farmers for milk de
livered to pool handlers in the
New York-New Jersey milk
shed during the last half of
19(56 will average 66 cents per
hundicdwoight (46 5 quarts)
higher than in the same peri
od last year, it was foiecast
this week
A. J. Pollard, market ad
ministrator, said dairy farmers
will receive an average farm
pi ice of $5 21 per hundied
weight for the coming six
month period, compared to
S 4 55 a year ago
Fluid prices (Class I), he
pi edicted. will average 49 cents
per hundredweight higher
than last year, or $6 02 per
hundiedw eight
Faim prices will be above
1965 in eveiy month of the
forecast penod. Pollaid esti
mated. with the biggest -m
-ci ease expected to be 69 cents
per hundiedweight in October
and the smallest 64 cents in
Gams in fluid puces will
lange from a high of 51 cents
Lititz Area Farmer
Hurt in Filling Silo
J Riehaid 801 l Lititz R 2
was mjuied senously last Fn
day w’hen his right aim was
caught in the machmeiy while
he was filling a silo
A biothei, Daniel, succeed
ed m fieemg Richaid’s 'arm.
and following emergency tieat
ment at a doctoi’s office in
Lititz he was taken to Lan
caster Genei al Hospital
Mis 801 l said this week that
his condition is impioving and
that the doctois aie quite cer
tain they can save his aim
Angus Assn. Schedules
Field Days For Youths
Pennsylvania youngsteis will
get some tips on how to do a
bettei job ot selecting, feed
ing. fitting and showing their
beef steei and heifei piojects
this month
A senes of field days, spon
soied jointly by the agricultur
al extension seivice, and both
the Amencan an Pennsylvania
Angus Associations, will be of
fered at foui times and loca
tions thioughout the state
Foi southeastei n Pennsyl
vania the Jaques Dupont faim,
West Chester, will be the site,
and July 28 will be the day
Each field day will include
demonstiations on type, fitt
ing showing clipping and
grooming There will also be
talks on calf grading, judging
and beet cattle pioduction All
field davs will begin at 6 p m
and last appi oximately thiee
Othei dates and locations in
Pennsjlvama include July 25,
Mis Maiv Ellis Tuinei’s Ayion
Faim, Ebensbmg July 26,
Geiald A Biggs' Fulton Valley
Faim McConnellsbuig and
July 27 Robot L Reitz faim,
ABC To Host Form
Families July 19th
The Mlantic Bieedeis Co
opei alive has set Tuesday July
19 as the date foi a Twilight
Meeting at the coop’s head
quaileis, Route 230 Bv-Pass,
Lancastei The meeting will
begin at 7 p in
With all iarm iamilies and
then li lends invited Atlantic
Bieedeis piomise interesting
speakeis, a Bull Show contests
with pnzes, and games fox the
youngsteis Daily I’eficshments
will be served
July Clan I price of $5.47 per
hundredweight it a weighted
average of the price as com
puted for the period July 1
through 4 and the price com
puted under an amendment to.
the orders which took effect
per hundredweight in Decern- j u i y 5
her to 47 cents in July. The Farm prices are those paid
I Milk Price
Feed Than Ever Before!
D. E. Horn & Co., Inc. York, p a . Ph. 854-786?
More Dairymen
Are Feeding HORNCO
to dairy farmers. Fluid pric
es are those at which’ hand
lers account to the pool Cor
milk they use as Class I.
Receipt* from producers
-are expected to be below
1965 during the forecast pe
riod, Pollard said, predicting
declines for every month.
f 'l'
S 3
Hornco Uni-pel dairy feeds, formulated
by D. H. Van Pelt could improve your dairy
operation. Why not check with your neigh
bor who feeds Hornco. Then call us direct
for an appointment with Mr. Van Pelt.
The forecast was Issued at
the request >o( members of the
dairy industry,and other in
terested persons, bollard said.
Estimates are subject to, re
vision, he explrined, since all
factors used in their prepara
tion are not definitely known
at this time.