Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 25, 1968, Image 13

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    HORSES NEED MINERALS, TOO! Red Rose Free-Choice Mineral provides the opportunity for horses to take
phosphorus, salt, calcium and trace minerals according to individual needs. Horses need minerals for good
horse-health. Don’t forget them!
Walter Binkley & Son
Brown & Rea, Inc.
Elverson Supply Co.
Henry E. Garber
R. D. 1, Elizabethtown, Pa.
L. T. Geib Estate
I. B. Graybill & Son
Refion Strasbarg
E. Musser Heisey & Son
R. D. #2, Mt. Joy, Pa.
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A. L. Herr & Bro.
David B. Hurst
Martin's Feed Mill, Inc.
R. D. 3, Ephrata, Pa.
Mountville Feed Service Spotts, Inc.
Mountvllle Honev Brook
Mussjer Farms, Inc.
/ Columbia
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The Buck
Terre Hill
Ammon E. Shelly
L. M. Snavely
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 25.1968
New Hatchery
Going Up In
Lancaster Co.
Hubbard Farms has broken
ground and begun construction
on a new hatchery four miles
noi th of Lancaster, Pa, it was
announced by Wentworth Hub
bard, general manager of the
firm, which headquarters at
Walpole, N. H
The new hatchery is being
built on a 16-aci e plot of land at
the intersection of Routes 501
and 722 on the north edge of the
town of Neffsville, Pa, and
overlooks the Lancaster airport.
It will face toward Route 722,
known locally as the Oregon
Comnletion is expected late
in 1968. and when finished the
new building will replace the
'■•resent hatchery of the firm,
'ocated in Lancaster Hubbard
Farms has operated a hatchery
m the Keystone State since 1932
County Price-Support
Rotes Announced For
1968-Crop Wheat
The county price-support rate
for 1968-crop wheat has been set
at $1 41 per bushel, Fred G Sel
dcmndge, chairman. Agricultur
al Stabilization and Conservation
County Committee, has an
“County wheat growers may
get price-support loans or toe
eligible for CCC purchases by
not exceeding their 1968 allot
ments and carrying out other
provisions of the 1968 wheat pro
gram.” Chairman Seldomndge
said Participation in the pro
gram also qualifies growers for
marketing certificates on the
part of their wheat allocated for
domestic consumption
Certificates for the 1968 crop
will be based on 40 percent of the
farm’s projected production of
wheat on the farm allotment.
Certificates have a cash value
equal to the difference between
parity and the national average
loan rate of $1 25 per bushel,
thus returning to the participat
ing wheat grower 100 percent of
parity on his domestic wheat al
location (The domestic certifi
cate for the 1967 wheat crop
amounted to $1.36 per bushel.)
To Hold All
Western Show
Plans are in the making for
an All Western horse show
sponsored by the Mastersonville
Fire Company.
The show, their first, will be
held on Saturday, June 15 at the
McCoy farm, Mount Joy R 2, lo
cated near Mastersonville.
(Watch for Horse Show signs.)
There will be 15 open All
Western classes, timed events
and performances. An added
feature will be cutting and rop
ing events
All persons will enter before
the show which is scheduled to
begin at 10:30 AM. Rain date
is June 22.
The Auxiliary to the Fire
Company will have delicious
food for sale. Everyone is invit-
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