Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 07, 1968, Image 18
18—Lancaster Farming. Saturday. December 7,1968 DHIA MONTHLY REPORT Owner • Name Breed Triple G. Farm Bell Titus B. Stoner Inky RH Clarence H. Harnish Floss RG Elam B. Belter Jane Honey Melba Samuel F. Sander Spotty Joy James L Landis Gertie John U. Lapp Skymour H Landfs Weaver Pauline Jay C Gaiber Egem Leßoy G Lapp Virleen Omar H Hess Polly RH Paul & Robert Wenger Mailene RH John B Stoltzfus Blacky 2 Elmer H Weber Pam Nan Samuel F Long Shady Jonas S Nolt Molly Daniel L Esh Inky Hess & Fisher Dawn J. Earl Horst Sheba Cherry "Willis A Kilheffer Mane Queameade Farms Olga Leßoy S. Smucker Patsy RH Nathan G. Stoltzfus Kay RH Arthur D. Wenger Manann Ezra M. Martin Agatha Henry W. Martin Sadie RH Harry Zimmerman Jr. Nellie RH (Continued from Page 13) Days Age 305 RH 305 305 305 305 305 8-0 4-5 10-5 GrH RH GrH 305 305 10-5 5-1 GrH RH 305 GrH 305 RH 305 RH 305 RH 284 4-10 GiH 305 276 305 GrH 298 277 4- 5- RH GiH 305 RH 305 RH 305 GrH 305 RH 305 305 6-6 7-9 RH RH 305 RH 305 RH 305 305 305 RH 305 RH 286 305 10-0 Fat Milk Test 671 17,976 670 19,026 670 11,969 669 665 650 16.618 17,925 16,551 669 661 15,561 17,959 669 15,034 668 20,148 668 19,753 667 15,707 666 19,298 666 15,585 666 15,015 664 19,823 664 654 34 39 19.488 16,965 664 18,607 664 18,502 663 18,253 662 16,200 660 652 17,767 15,627 37 42 659 15,810 658 18,263 657 17,277 653 16,101 652 19,531 652 4.0 16,352 651 15,749 651 14,046 WASHINGTON REPORT At Congressman Edwin D. Eshleman fIHI lith Ditlrlct-P«nnsylvanla The 1968 political battles be ing finished, those of us in pub lic office have onother brief per iod where we can again resume our incumbent activities. Dur ing the time spent campaigning, I was unable to continue my series of bi-weekly newspaper reports to the 16th District due to the rules governing equal coverage of all political candi dates by the news media. Now, in the transition period between the election and the opening of a new Congressional session, I can begin writing a new series of columns as your Representa tive to the 91st. Congress It is hoped that the series will be worthwhile and will inspire at • Facts (Continued from Page 13) 4. If service intervals are about 42 days, it suggests: a Missed heats advise bet ter observation b Weak or silent heats ad vise checking mineral and vitamins in ration. 5 If service intervals are long and erratic, it suggests: a. Uterine infections —advise veterinary assistance, attention HIGH DAILY AVERAGE OF BUTTERFAT Days On Name Breed Test J. Arthur Rohrer & Sons R&GrH 33 Hiram S. Aungst RH Lloyd Wolf- R&GrH Curtis E. Akers R&GrH John N. Landis R&GrG Willis M.. Martin R&GrH Calvin D. Beiler RH Donald S. Eby RH John M. Nissley R&GrH S. R. Shellenberger R&GrH Samuel F. King R&GrH Jacob S. Dienner R&GrH Dr. Paul S. Schantz Mix Amos M. Stoltzfus RH 29 Mahlon Shoemaker & Son R&GrH 30 Ivan S. Stoltzfus R&GrH 28 STOCKADE BRAND Livestock Equipment • 8 Models all steel welded farm and feedlot gates • 2 Models all steel welded head catch gate • All weather salt and mineral feeder/face fly control • All steel hay and silage bunks • Grain troughs 4 models • Pickup stockracks • Lifetime free stalls: “unequalled in quality 1 ' • Ritchie Waterers and Behlen Steel Buildings For prices, contact: Fred Frey, Mgr. 786-2235 ,7,7, RRQg R. D. #2 Quorryyille, Penno. 17566 least as much interest as the reports published during the 90th Congress. The past policy was to use this column to inform you about major issues, positions on the issues, and my activities. That policy will be continued basic ally unchanged. If the column can in some small way provide an inside view of what Congress is doing and how your views are bi ought to bear on the national legislature, then perhaps it will give you an informative basis on which to contact me about matters of interest. There are certain to be decisions affecting us all made in the 91st Congress as well as some legislative sur- to 60 days rest after calving; proper facilities for calving; and check on general herd health. b Do-it-yourself treatments advise DON’T. c Vibrio or other veneral diseases advise veterinary assistance. d Retained coipus luteum (yellow body) advise veteri naiy assistance. e. Watching for wrong heat signs advise stress STAND ING HEAT. Cow Days Milk In Milk Lbs. No. Cows 47.4 85.6 45.8 46.1 95.3 34.0 45.1 87.1 42.8 84.1 460 36.2 92.4 345 49.1 43 0 91.5 19.7 44.0 90.6 4i.3 42 0 81.8 44.9 44.4 93.1 38.6 43 5 85.0 60.3 45 3 88.9 34.0 440 82.1 37.0 39 8 88.9 18.0 82 0 446 25.0 42 6 79 8 42.7 40 0 85 8 37.4 prises. This series of reports may help you to determine the content and progress of the really important issues facing the federal government. Since it is my desire to keep the series oriented as much as possible toward constituent in terests, one change in the past policy will be implemented. Should you know of a topic dur ing the next term of Congress that you would like to have me reseach and appraise in a col umn, I invite you to call my District Office and make a sug gestion that I deal with that subject. Naturally, it probably will be impossible to handle all of the topics suggested, but a large number of inquiries about one particular issue will certain ly merit coverage of that subject in one or more reports. This procedure should not only help to guarantee that I will be writ ing about things that concern you, but should also provide an additional means of letting me know what is on your mind re garding national events. The feeling in the corridois of the Capitol today is that the feedback from the people at home should prove quite inter esting in the weeks ahead. The mandate presented by the public in the November elections will install a new Administration in Washington and a Congress controlled by the oppostition party. This setup would seem to indicate that the Nation is looking for some leveling off in the trend toward government expansion. The necessity for a true bi-partisan effort to pass good legislation in the Congress is an obvious outcome of the public mandate, and surely the troubled times call for nothing less. Our history has been one of the people pointing the na tional direction, and in 1968 their selectivity may be the best sign available that we must con centrate on priority measures. Fat Lbs. % Test 1.76 1.76 38 1.75 1.75 1.73 5.0 4.0 1-73 j n the spirit of ongoing con ,7 o corn with the public voice, I ‘ a will hope that this column series 1.72 will be one means of establish ing two-way communication be -1.65 tween Congressman and con stituents. It will be written on 165 those things which appear as n though they may be of interest xOO to the 16th District, and your 1.64 reactions to the material will be welcomed and desired. 162 3.9 162 Good work is rarely done amid noise. It frays the nerves, 1 fi2 interrupts the mind and upsets 162 the stomach.