Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 24, 1966, Image 18

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    18—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 24, 1966
District Hay
•Show Winners
Several farmers from Lan
'«»«ter County wore among the
-winners at the eleventh annual
<Ji#triot hay show Sept. 12 at
Harrisburg, according to asso
ciate county agent Arnold G.
The show was in two sec
tions, one of field cured hay
end the other of hay that had
been partially field cured and
finished with heat. A grand
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champion and reserve cham
pion were named.
The grand championship w«»
won by Bussell F. Heilman
and son of Lebanon county.
He showed heat-cured, late
cutting alfalfa. Reserve cham
pion honors were taken by
M. Dice Statler of Franklin
county with a sample of field
cured late-cutting alfalfa. Heil
man will receive special recog
nition at the annual Grassland
Conference to be held at Penn
State University on November
George Berggren, extension
agronomist, _at Penn State was
judge. ' The show, one of a
series of five, was conducted
by the University's Extension
Service with the cooperation
of the Pennsylvania Grassland
Council. Dr. John E. Baylor,
extension agronomist, was di
rector of the show.
All first, second, and third
place winners will be entitled
to a free chemical feed analy
sis of the hay exhibited. The
analyses are made at Penn
The first three places in each
class will compete at the 1967
Pennsylvania Farm Show next
January at Harrisburg with
similar samples from the other
district shows. All awards at
the state-wide show will be
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made on the basis of both ‘ Class IS ■ (Annual passes)
visual and chemical evatoia* I—Galen Crouse, Stevens Rl*
ti onB Class 22 (Alfalfa—late: cut*
‘isjSTaJrss SrHr" 00 "* •*
Class 2 (Alfalfa—later cut
„ w ,„, . Class 31 (Mixed Hay —over
S2SL f h half l«g«n e ) I—Crouse
il! ITo Queameade CU(| 33 (Annujll classes)
Farms, Narvon R 2. . r
Class 4 (Alfalfa Grass Mixed 1 urouse
—later cuttings) 5 Richard
Thomas, Millersville Rl.
Class 5 (Clover) 4 Dave
Hoover, Millersville Rl; 5
Gary Tomlinson, Pequea Rl.
Class 12 (Mixed Hay—ovir
half grass) 1 Queanmeade
Farms; 2—Donald Nissley, Holt
wood Rl; 5 Paul Nissley,
Holitwood Rl.
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