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10—Lancaster Farming. Saturday. September 6. 1969
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stone Farniej and placed second
in livestock judging at Kansas
years in 4-H club woifc and fixe City. He is a member of the Al-
tars in FFA. In his senior year p i ia xau Alpha at Penn State and
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m high school he became a Key-
likes to collect coins and has a
lew horses and pigs on his home
place of 11 acres.
Kissell is a native of Ohio and
g! aduated from Lynnwood Jack
sonton High School in 1958. He
fanned for three years and then
got his B.S. degree at Ohio State
majoring in Ag Engineering and
Ag Education. He will finish his
Masters at Penn State this year.
A member of 4-H for 11 years,
Kissell went to the National 4-H
Club Congress in 1959 and in
1965 went as an IFYE student
to Switzerland. He has taught
Vo-Ag four years in Ohio and
lists travel, aviation and automo
biles as his hobbies.
Birchler graduated from Penn
Slate in June and is known in
the County for his student teach
ing activities at Garden Spot
High School. He was raised on
a livestock farm in Montgomery
County and graduated from high
school there. He served in the
Navy in such places as Europe,
East Africa and South America.
Kerr graduated from Delaware
Valley College in 1967 and taught
Vo-Ag at Parkland High School
in Lehigh County for two years.
He also has degrees from Tem
ple University and Penn State.
Wrestling is his hobby having
taught it and was a member of
the team for four years. He also
sang in the Glee Club*
Abraham Lincoln High School
in Philadelphia is where he grad
Timothy seed production in
Pennsylvania is expected to total
805,000 pounds this year, down
27 percent from last year but
one-third greater than the 1963-
67 average, according to the
Slate Crop Reporting Service.
The Commonwealth ranked
fifth in the nation in production
of the crop in 1968 with an out
put of 1,100,000 pounds.
with Ful-O-Pep Sow Ration Cubes
FUL-O-PEP SOW RATION CUBES ore a complete feed de
signed for the brood sow.
, Crude Protein, Not Less. Than
Crude Fat, Not Less Than
Crude Fiber, Not More Than
Feed 7 to 8 pounds of Ful-O-Pep Sow 3. For 5 clays prior to farrowing, to 5
Ration Cubes per head daily during days after farrowing, feed 4 to 5
the flushing period from 10 days prior, pounds daily per animal. Feed 3
to breeding, through breeding. pounds per head the day after farrow
ing and increase feed at the rate of 1
pound per day until the sow is eating ,
10 to 12, pounds daily. i
From breeding until 5 days prior to"
farrowing, feed each animal 5 to 7
pounds daily in drylot or 3 to 5
pounds daily on good green pasture.
Regulate the amount according to
condition of the animal. The higher
level should be used during the last
month of gestation.
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Harold H. Good
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4. Feed 10 to 12 pounds daily per head
to sows nursing average size litters of
7 to 8 pigs. Sows nuring 8 or more
pigs should get 12-14 pounds or many
be self fed.
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