Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 29, 1967, Image 10

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    —Lancaster Farming, Saturday. July 29,1967
Moisture And Warm Weather Push County Crops
TOBACCO about ready to sucker this week on the Stauffer farm. It was
this week looks like it'll provide a heavy planted just before the May rains start
crop for Aaron Z. Stauffer of Bphrata ed, and fifty percent of the planting is
HI. The tall com, below, was also seen in silk, L. F. Photo
Expanded PFA
Plan Kicked-Off
Here For State
A series of ten meetings was
initiated at Lancaster’s Holi
day Inn this week to explain
the expanded program of the
Pennsylvania Farmers’ Associ
ation to PFA officers from five
southeastern counties
It was explained to the lo
cal leadership that their dele
gates had adopted an aggres
sive program in six categories
purchasing farm supplies;, pub
lic .relations; opening county
offices; new marketing ap
proach; accident insurance;
county dues structure; and a
pFA office building committee
Nine later meetings for coun
ty officers in the rest of the
state will offer similar explan
ations of the proposed PFA
expansion program.
Representin'? PFA’s largest
county membership, Lancas
ter. were Noah Wenger, Stev
ens Rl; Mr and Mrs Clyde
Wivsll. Columbia RI: Donald
Nev. Marietta Rl: John Charles,
Md’-rsville Rl; James Martin.
De’.o Road, Clyde Buoben, Man
herni R 3 James Wood, Not
tingham. Rl; James Kreider,
Quarryville, and Ellas Mentzer,
Sponsors 2 Quality Pork Events
August 3 and 4, 1967
Farm Show Bldg., Small Arena, Harrisburg, Penna.
Thursday, August 3, 9:30 A.M.
Live Evaluation certified litter contest.
Cash prizes for Junior and Senior contests.
1-00 P.M. Purebred breeders responsibility to youth
—Don States, Swine Mgr., Old Home Manor Farm. Under
line blemishes, sow feeding—Dwight Younkin, Penn. State
Extension in charge. National Pork Council, John Henkel,
Willow Glen Farm.
Showing and Judging of Yorkshire Sale Animals.
6:30 P.M. Sale of Yorkshires
60 Head Bred Gilts —3O Littermate
Pairs of Open Gilts —2O Boars
4:00 to 8:00 P.M.—Barbecue by Pennsylvania Livestock
and Allied Industries.
Judges: Wilbur Plager and Nevin Zerbe
Auctioneer: Abe Diifenbach
For catalog write or call -
Wellington A. Hiester, Sr., Scc’y.-Treas.
R 3, Fleetwood, Pennsylvania 19322
Phone: 215 944-8579
or Reno H. Thomas, President
Beavertown, Pennsylvania 17813
Phone: 717 658-6719
Ignorance it always more ex*
pensive than education.
Complete Dispersal
of Farm Machinery
Derry Minor Firms, Inc.
CochnnviUe, Pennsylvania
Saturdoy, August 19
at 9:00 A.M. Prompt
On the premises, 8 miles north
of Oxford, 2 miles south of
CochrinviUe, % mile west of
Route #4l Chester County.
(Witch for sale arrow on
Route #41:)
Three John Deere “4020” dsl.
tractors; John Deere “3020” dsl.
tractor; John Deere “110” lawn
tractor; International “3616” in
dustrial dsl. tractor w/ ind.
loader; Daffin feed mobile unit
w/ GMC dsl. motor station
ary; Herd King 36’ x 60’ silo w/
top and bottom unloader; Har
vestore 20’ x 40’ silo; Harvestore
20’x50’ silo (18 months to re
move silos); 2 Farmec “Model
571” dump feeders 85’ and 95’;
also, 12 Farmec 10” augers from
15’ to 85’ in length; 3 trucks
4 tandem box and feed trailers;
200 acres of growing corn; full
line of farm machinery, feed,
minerals, tools and miscellane
ous items used in a large steer
feeding operation.
This is one of the largest ac
cumulations of outstanding
farm machinery to be offered
at public auction, all has been
purchased from 6 months to 3
Full particulars later. -
Mail for brochure to:
L. Robert Frame, Auctioneer
Box 128
Exton, Pa. 19341
Dial; 215-363-7379
Monday, July 31, 1967 at 4:00 P.M.
Outstanding Saddle-Bred and Standard-Bred Horses,
Harness, Pleasure, Carriage and Driving Horses. Brood
Mares. Fifty head of Ponies, Tack, Wagons, Sleds & Carts.
Consigned Horses.
PAUL Z. MARTIN PHONE (717) 354-6671
70 HEAD 70
Sale to be held in the dairy barn arena at the Aberdeen Sales
Co. located on Md. Rt. 22, 6 mi. east of Bel Air, Md. and 6 mi. west
of Aberdeen, Md., in Churchville, Harford Co., Md., on
Night Sole 0:00 P.M. EDST
. Jfe will sell the entire herd of L. G. Scarborough of Street,
Md. Mr. Scarborough is'disconthiuuig the dairy business. The mi*
jonty of the cows are-fresh-or close /springing. The'balance is in
full flow of milk and bred for -faU freshening.
We will sell one load of fresh and springing cows and heifers
from James Carter of Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
We will sell one load of fresh and close springing cows and
heifers from New York State,
Jourdan Brothers of Stewartstown, Pa., will sell two Osborn*
dale Ivanhoe cows at sale time which are' due.
NOTE: If you are looking for additional cattle for average
months, plan to attend this sale.
All cattle are T.B. Accredited and Certified Bangs Free.
Tested within 30 days of sale.
For consignments or information, call: 734-6050, 734-7105.
Sale Managers
• Dairy side, held 2nd Friday of e.ach month.
Mail Box Market
For Sate - 8 Holstein heifers,
due in next several weeks, wiu
£ll as they freshea Also N.
H. flail chopper $428. Vernon
H. Charles. 2249 Leabrook Rd,
Lancaster, Ph. 898-7480.
For Sale - German Shepherd
puppies, purebred. Vinegar,
homemade, 50c a gal. John A,
Hoover, Bast Earl Rl, 1 mi.
northeast of Goodville.
For Sale - B’x29’ house trail
er, equipped with gas stove,
etec. water heater, refrigerator,
asking $250. Call 872-8418
For Sale - Pox short hopper
blower with 60 ft. pipe. Good
condition $125. Phone 548-2559.
For Sale - Two new silage dis
tributors, self powered. Priced
to sell below regular price.
Tel. 442-4949 after 5:30 p.m.
and 1 p.m. ,Sat.
For Sale - Good Beagle pups.
Call 786-3059.
Sale Register
MON., JULY 31 at 4 P.M.-
Horse & Pony sale, Martin’s
Sales Stables, Blue Ball. Pa.
Paul Z. Martin.
FBI. AUG. 4 - at 6:30 p.m. -
Sale of Yorkshires by Penna.
Yorkshire Co-Op Assoc., Inc.
Farm Show Bldg., Small Are
na, Harrisburg, Pa.
FRI. AUG. 11 at 8:00 p.m.
Registered & Grade Fresh &
Springing Young Cows and
First Calf Heifers, at The
Dairy Bam Arena at the Aber
deen Sales Co., Churehville, Md.
SAT, AUG. 19 at 9:00 a.m.
Complete Dispersal of Farm
Machinery, crops, silos on the
premises, 8 miles north of
Oxford. 2 miles south of Coch
ranville, % mile west of Route