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Farming, Saturday, March 16,1968
Class 1 Base
At F&H Center
Representatives of the New
York New Jersey Class 1 Base
Plan Study Committee presented
their findings at a meeting for
all interested persons at the
Farm & Home Center. Wednes
daj afternoon About 30 1 arm
Highlights brought out at the
meeting were as follows-
A Class I Base Plan permits
a daily farmer to adjust his
milk production to fit the mar
Each producer is given a
‘ base" which reflects his pro
portionate share of the total
fluid sales in the market, plus a
A producer receives a higher
‘ base-blend” price for milk cov
ered by his “base" and the man
ufacturing milk price for any ex
cess milk There is no restric
tion on the amount that can be
produced or sold but only in
the amount that can be sold for
the higher “base blend price *’
Eligibility for Bases
Any dairy farmer who is a
producer of record during the
month designated for referen
dum is eligible to receive a base
Cooperatn es or proprietary
handlers may not hold bases,
except m their capacity as pro
Calculation of Bases
1 A producer selects the best
12 months (best January, best
February, etc ) of his farm’s
production history from the 36
months in 1964 1965 and 1966
His production figures for the 12
months selected are termed his
* base period pounds ”
2 “Base-period pounds” for
each producer are added togeth
er to obtain total base period
pounds for all producers in the
3 The total fluid sales for 12
months leasonably close to start
of a Class I Base Plan plus
a quantity sufficient to provide
a leserve of 10% in addition to
fluid sales each month is
termed total market base
4 The base milk percentage
to be applied for the entire mar
ket is calculated by dividing
‘ total market base” by the “to
tal base period pounds” for each
of the 12 months
5 Base for each producer is
computed by multiplying his
base period pounds for each
month by the percentage of base
milk for the market
(A producer who qualifies for
base, but who delivered milk to
the market for less than 12 con
secutive months, will have his
base period pounds established
according to the market’s sea
sonal pattern 1
At the end of any year, a
pioducer may request that his
base be re-calculated
Transfer of Bases
Bases may be transferred
(sold) only among producers,
and may be transferred separ
ately from any other farm re
Bases for New Producers
New producers are those who
do not have a base, or who have
failed to deliver milk to a pool
plant or bulk tank unit for two
consecutive months (haidship
Bases for new producers are
available from (a) 25% of any
increase in fluid sales, or (b)
any unused fluid sales in the
fund available for hardship
Bases may be adjusted for
haidship cases, which are- (a)
farmeis whose production has
been curtailed during the base
forming period or after plan has
started because of fire, flood
disease outbreaks, or other Acts
God, and (b) dairymen who
tee will study individual cases
\tart production after end of an( j m ake recommendations to
base forming period and prior t h e Market Administrator,
to the beginning of the base
Bases available for hardship to fluid sales each month is in
cases may be made up from; eluded in the total market base
(a) bases forfeited or surrend- to assure adequate supply to
ered. (b) 25% of any increase in cover day to day or week to
fluid sales. week fluctuations in fluid sales.
Tuesday, March 19 11 A.M.
Vi mile South of Buck
Tractors, all kinds of farm and tobacco equipment,
tools, etc. 2 silos full of corn silage.
J. EVERETT KREIDER
Location: 2 miles northwest of Wakefield along road
from Wakefield to Fishing Creek, Fulton Twp., Lancaster
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27,1968
Oliver 66 tractor with cults., Farmall Super C with 7 ft.
mower, Farmall cub with fert. attachments and mower, McCor
mick #9l 10 ft. s.p. combine, hwd reel (good), J.D. #5 mower,
T.D. 4 bar rake. New Holland #56 rake, NH 331 PTO spreader
with extra sides, 2 bottom Oliver Raydex 14 in. on rubber, 12 ft.
spring harrow, 24 disc harrow, Stauffer 2 row tobacco planter,
Pownell single row mounted transplanter fits cub or A, 2 sets 18
ft. double tobacco ladders, single tobacco ladders on wagon, 2
Minnich tobacco presses, double tobacco hoers, rubber tired wa
gon with bed, 2 wheel trailer, 275 gal. water tank with pump
and motor, 275 gal. fuel tank, Surge SP 11 pump with unit, double
SS tubs, used lumber 2x4, 3x5, etc. hot bed sash, cradle, 50 sets
new hinges 1” to 10”, IHC weed chopper, swivel wheel cart.
60 TONS EAR CORN 50 TONS HAY
8 tons straw, 10x40 silo of corn silage, 4 Holstein heifers, 3
Angus bulls (150 lb.), 1 Chester White gilt.
A. William Jackson
Kreider & Diller, Aucts.
INCLUDING SOME ANTIQUES
Vi mile south of Millersville State Teachers College,
Shenks Lane, Millersville, Pa.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1968
FORD “POWERMASTER 800” TRACTOR (excellent)
mounted 2 bottom plow, corn planter, mower, loader; CASE
“VAC” TRACTOR with 2 disc plow; ALLIS-CHALMERS
“G” with cultivator and hoers; FARMALL F-20 TRACTOR.
(All tractors have very good rubber.)
McD. 24 disc harrow, Ezee-Flow 10’ fertilizer drill, Case
13 disc drill, N.I. spreader, Stauffer 2 row transplanter, 30’
Ruth elevator, Cardinal 16’ elevator, McD. 8 ft. pulveriser,
Papec 14” ensilage cutter, 2 rubber tire wagons (1 McCor
mick), 2 bottom 14” Little Genius plow, 4 section McD. har
row, 3 ladder wagons, peg harrow marker, Case roto-beater,
McD. side rake, single harrows, walking plows.
Barnes portable pump, water tank mtd, on Army trail
er, Champion out-board motor, air compressor, Porter
Cable 7-inch saw, electric fly sprayer (fogger), Stewart cow
clippers, 500 lb. chain hoist emry with motor, Craftsman
wood turning lathe, Craftsman table saw, 5 ton hydraulic
jack, handy man jack, wrenches, wedges, 100 ft. heavy
cord, 75 ft. rope, bolt cutters, 3 iron water troughs, litter
tub, grind stone, chicken crates, belts bag-wagon, reel and
barb wire, (2) feed carts, scalding trough, shop cabinet, (2)
fencers, tobacco shears, spears, log chains, iron posts, hose
sprinkler, 500 lb. platform scales, Mitchell stanchions and
dividers, mitre box, socket set, 7000 tobacco lath.
1861 wagon jack, old hinges, 4 license plates 1916-17-18-
19, old forge, pot belly stove, string of bells, ice tongs, car
riage or sleigh tongue, beam scales, old milk cans, harness
bench, (2) iron kettles, copper kettle, 3 foot double trees,
shoe lathe, fanning mill, hay hook, 2-horse wagon bed,
wooden wheelbarrow, articles too numerous to mention.
Sale at 12:00 Noon Sharp by
R. G. HERR
Carl Diller and J. E. Kreider, Aucts.
(Not responsible for accidents.) .
Lunch by Young People of Millersville Mennonite Church
' v A' Hardship 'itoview''Commit-''
A reserve of 10% in addition
FULL LINE OF
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SATURDAY, MARCH 23,1968
LOCATED on Centerville Road between Marietta Pike
and Lincoln Highway West, Lancaster County, Pa.
ALLIS CHALMERS D-17 Tractor, 16” 3 bottom trip
plow, 7 ft. mower 80R model.
ALLIS CHALMERS D-14 No. 400 loader, 200 series culti
vator, with hoers & chisel, 4 row cultivators, pull type 500
series corn planter 4 row, 2 barrel sprayer.
ALLIS CHALMERS G. Cultivators & hoers
36 Ford V-tag Stake with dump body V 8 engine, New Holland
205 bu. No. 510 manure spreader, New Holland Super 76 baler
P.T.O. 36 ft. Smoker bale elevator, A.C. graindrill on rubber, A.C.
10 ft. Transport type heavy duty disc, 104 Brillion cultipacker on
wheels, 12 ft. harrow, 2 false front unloading wagons with power
unit, 2 New Idea running gears with 24 ft. tob. ladders & 16’ & 18*
flat beds, other flat bed & tobacco wagons, Stauffer 2 row trans
planter, 20,000 lath, 2 Minnich presses, 2 platform scales, 3500 bu.
grain drying bin with gas fired drying unit, 3 loading angers, 4
Small tools & equipment. Hog feeders, 2 feed carts, pull-type
road grader, 9 h.p. Gocart, 4 ton of straw, 3000 bu.' good ear corn,
Rodson grain tester, 500 gal. water tank.
Food stand by Farm Women.
Esther Noll and The Fulton Natl. Bk. of Lane, Executors
Alspach & Ryder, Attorneys
J. OMAR LANDIS AUCTION SERVICE
Call (area code 717) 665-4506
RD #1 Manheim, Penna.
J. Omar Landis t Tom Girvin
ALL DAY COMPLETE
Vz mile east of Intercourse along Rt. 772, Lancaster Co., Pa.
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1968
9:30 A.M. SHARP
70 REGISTERED HOLSTEIN
40 milking age, 30 heifers (of which 10 are bred)
2 SERVICE AGE BULLS
30 day tested for out-of-state Owner-sampler records
Herd Average: 15,021 m. - 531 f.
Mostly Atlantic Breeders Coop, sired and also N.EJB.A. in
cluding dtrs. and granddtrs. of Ivanhoe, Kingpin, Lucifer, Lassie
Leader, etc. ‘
Fannie, (Lucifer dtr.) 8 yr. 295 da., 19,732 m., 726 f., 3.7%
Bred to Kingpin; she has 2 dtrs. and 2 granddtrs, selling.
Hilda, (Lucifer dtr.) 9 yr., 24,701 m., 869 f., 3.5%
Bred to Performer
Rewayne dtr., 4 yr. 327 da., 18,134 m., 602 f., 3.33%
Misty dtr., 2 yr. 321 da., 15,006 m., 513 f., 3.42%
Sharon (grade), 22,051 m., 836 f., 3.79%
“Be sure to inspect this herd as you will find many young
cows, plenty of dairy type, size, pleasing udders.
(2) FARMALL “350” TRACTORS, T.A., (1 power steering);
FARMALL SUPER “C” with 2 Bottom Plow; SILVER KING
TRACTOR; Int. “33-A” Loader, Tillage Tool, Int. Mower, Cult.,
Carrier; Int “816” Mower-Conditioner.
Smoker 24’ elevator, N.H. 56 rake, N.H. flail-bar, J.D. 14-T
baler, Int. (fast hitch) corn planter, 5 wagons, (2) McD. - (1)
N.H., Ont. 14 disc drill, Superior hoe drill, Brillion seeder, 2-
bottom 14” Raydex plow, Dunham cultipacker, McD. 3-section
harrow, 10’ lime fert. drill, 2-row Hershey planter, 24-K-B.A disc,
McD. (heavy duty 9” spacing) disc, McD. harrow, spike
harrow, water coaled McD. engine on potato digger, Iron-Age po
tato planter, (2) 16’ hay racks, 6 hole hog feeders, 16’ Smoker
elevator, pasture mineral box, (4) ventilating fans.
A-CORN BARN CLEANER FOR 40 HEAD
8,000 lath, 5 shears, tobacco fan, old pot belly stove, Minnich
box, 3-sets single 24’ ladders, 3 platform scales, potato cotter, (2)
feed carts, (1) ensilage, 500 gal. water tank, 20 milk cans, chicken
picker, corn sheller.
1400 LB. DELAWARE VALLEY MILK BASE, (3) SO LB.
DELAYAL (New type) UNITS, 500 GAL. GIRTON 5-h.p. (ap
proved) TANK, (3) S.S. buckets; (2) S.S. strainers, Sputnick &
pump, S.S. tub, 30 gal. gas water heater, gas room heater.
30 TON EAR CORN, HAY, STRAW
Marquette electric welder, shields, Vz ” drill press, bench
vises, Handyman jack, air compressor, large steam boiler, large
butcher block, copper kettle, crocks, stuffer.
Order of sale, small tools, household goods, machinery, milk
For catalog write: CARL DILLER, 1101 Beaver Valley Pike,
GIDEON S. STOLTZFUS
Carl Diller & J. E. Kreider, Aucts. and Sale Mgrs.
AT 11:00 A.M.
James Noll Estate