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Advertising encourages busi- require more manufacturing
When one plan won t work— ness anc j industrial growth by plants, more services, and more
try, another. , helping sail more goods, which employment.
MAKE YOUR GRAIN PAY-THE PEP-MIX WAY!
...with a more efficient, precision-built ration
There's a big difference between ordinary area and formulated by Ful-O-Pep Feed Re-)
grinding and mixing—and Pep-Mixing. Let search Specialists. We operate in accord with
our Pep-Mix Service eliminate unnecessary the Pep-Mix Program that includes rigid in
tabor on your part, keep feed costs at a mini- spections and quality control measures.
mum and still give you high quality rations,
Pep-Mixing is precision mixing.to exact
ing Ful-O-Pep specifications. Our people are
trained to use our modern equipment and
buM Pep-Mix feeds that are designed for this
H. M. STAUFFER & SONS, Inc. witmer
Grubb Supply Company « Stevens Feed Mill, Inc.
These are the top corn growers of the Octorara Area. They were recog
nized for the results of their agricultural know-how and industry with a trophy.
It was the annual meeting for Grower’s Chemical Corp., Milan, Ohio, in this
area. W, R. Franklin, right, Asst. Director of Research, is presenting a trophy
to Levi Smoker who got in the top group of corn growers by producing 204.6
bushels per acre with a cost of only $ll.OO per acre. Next to him is J. Melvin
Mast, with a record of 204.5, cost $11.00; then Paul Newswanger with 193.8, cost
$10.50; and John S. Stoltzfus, who grew 196.3, cost $8.70. Thirty other farmers
also received citations and recognition for producing over 100 bushels of corn
Investigate Our Program Today So That You Too Can
RD 2, Lititz, Pa.
CASH IN ON HIGH PROFITS
"Our Research Is Your Profit"
GROWERS CHEMICAL CORP.
Write for Big List of Satisfied Customers
Distributed in Pennsylvania by
State Distributing Co.
No waiting for your mix... Pep-Mix Feeds are
made up on a scheduled basis and ready for
you upon arrival. Possibly we can purchase
your grain as partial payment for your Pep-Mix
Feeds. See us soon.
Phone 717 / 626-8909
Horold H. Good
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, March 16,1968
New Born System
Tried At Rutgers
Rutgers University will soon
have a new dairy barn system
such as no cow has ever seen
before. The structure to be erect
ed at the College of Agriculture
and Environmental Science will
be a new concept in animal
housing designed by Mark E
Singley, Rutgers professor of ag
Leland G Merrill Jr , Dean of
Agriculture and Environmental
Science, announced that the im
mediate aim of the experimental
structure is to provide New Jer
sey dairymen with a barn de
sign which will permit the main
tenance of animals with the least
amount of labor.
The structure will be tempera-
I Lightweight, Strong as Steel
Another Gehl first! New, optional Mix-All tank of mod
ern fiberglass reinforced plastic the space-age building
material. Advantages: tank is strong as steel, yet weighs
V* as much; rust-proof (not affected by salt or minerals);
permanent molded-in white color won’t scratch, peel or
require re-painting; smooth interior sides reduce feed
bridging, allow faster unloading; insulates better, reduces
OTHER GEHL MIX-ALL FEATURES:
• 66 thin, steel hammers that CUT ... not POUND to give
you a uniform grind,
• Semi-suction fan draws materials through screen quickly.
• Feed aerator cools all milled ingredients. Prevents caking.
- • Swinging auger feeder uniformly loads the mill at your
choice of speeds.
Come in! See the Gehl Mix-All with new fiberglass tank.
Make us Prove if with rj HI t / A
N. G. HERSHEY FARMERSVILLE
& SON EQUIPMENT CO.
Manheim R. D. 2, Ephrata, Pa.
ture - controlled, self - contained
system not unlike a space craft.
The design is adaptable to other
The new barn will be round
with wedge shaped stalls for 34
cows It will be 60 feet in diam
eter, dominated by a silo 18 feet
in diameter and 50 feet tall ris
ing from the middle like an over
sized candle on a birthday cake.
Cows will not be confined to
their stalls but will be able to
roam fiee about the barn and
eat at will the prescribed feed
from a trough at the base of the
DID YOU KNOW The Hem
lock was adopted as the official
State Tree m 1930 and Moun
tain Laurel was designated as
the official State Flower in 1933.
(Dept of Forests & Wateis)