Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 06, 1969, Image 16

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    16—Lancaster Farming. Saturday. December 6,1969
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• Hay*
(Continued from Pago 13)
strong udders; have a strong
constitution, but not the barrel
bellied type; and have strong
tops. There is a 100 percent calf
crop for a cow to slay in the
herd. We have never trimmed a
foot nor milked a cow, and only
two cows have lost a quarter in
the past seven years,” Hays
said.
“We don’t care about color,
width between the eyes, depth
of flank or tail settings,” says
Senator Hays. “We haven’t
found a packer who would pay
for things like this ”
Other outstanding highlights
of the day’s events included a
barbecue feast. Almost 700
pounds of Hays Converter 14-
pound standing rib reacts were
consumed for lunch The truth
is in the eating, but Hays Con
verter carcasses were also on
display.
Lavon Sumption, Animal
Science Section, Research Sta
tion, Canadian Department of
Agriculture, and Lloyd Schmitt,
Owner-Manager, Performance
Indexing Center, Stanford, Mon
tana, were the guest speakers
for the event. Both paid special
tribute to Senator Hays for his
foresight in developing the
breed and to ABS for seeking
the exclusive marketing rights
for distribution of semen.
A highlight of the event was
Salesman Joins Staff
The Kmzer Equipment Co.,
Kinzers, announced this week,
the addition of George Sheppard
to their staff as salesman Shep
pard has an extensive back
giound in the farm and construc
tion equipment field His exper
ience includes nine years with
the J I. Case Company as Dis
trict Manager and Credit Mana
ger for a branch house
He has also worked for a Case
construction dealer in the Phila
delphia area.
Mr and Mrs Sheppard reside
at Morgantown and have two
children m college.
Keeping cool in an emergency
is always easier when it’s hap
pening to someone else.
Announcing:
a dry
“pop-iip 1
Can cut
planting time
in half 1
ORTHO
P. L. ROHRER & BRO., INC.
TM’s Ortho, Chevron Design Unipel Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.
the selection of two groups of weaning weights were taken un
five bulls each for testing at the der the direction of J. 3-Lpi;c,
Performance Indexing Center, Supervisor, Beef Cattle Perfor-
Stanford, Montana, and the Bas- mance Testing, Alberta Depart
sano Test Station, Bassano, Al- ment of Agriculture. Die iol
berta, Canada. These selections lowing weaning weights illu
were conducted by Lloyd Sch- strate the tremendous capablli
mitt, owner-manager of the ties of the Hays Converter
Stanford operation, and official breed:
Calf No. Birth Date
May 3,1969
April 16, 1969
April 29, 1969
April 27, 1969
May 3, 1969
156
105
219
277
April 12,1969
April 22, 1969
May 12, 1969
May 8,1969
April 24, 1969
26
205
218
213
209
Since March of this year, the Hays Ranch has hosted visitors
from 18 different countries.
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BIRD-IN-HAND
Distributed By
Stanford
Days Of Actual
Age Weight
173 535
190 622
177 555
179 570
173 640
Bassano
194
185
164
168
182
.Cattle
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Adjusted
206-d Wt.
703 2-Year-Old
755 2-Year-Old
715 2-Year-Old
698 3-Year-Old
745 Cow
577 Cow
675 Cow
606 Cow
592 Cow
571 Cow
550
615
500
419
535
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