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I—Lanca.sttT Farming, Saturday. July 11.1970
B&W Farm Sets July 17 Sale
Henry S Lapp, Gap RDI, is in charge White Holstein Farm. At top, Lapp’s hat
of the new construction at the Black & gets a rest during the noon lunch break.
John Yoder, Manheim Pike, Lancas- 100 cows on hand, Charles C. Myers also
fer, a Black & White Holstein Farm em- reported sales of about that many animals
ploye, spruces up the appearance of one each week, indicating the animals, at
if the large Holsteins passing thiough least the better ones, don't stick around
'Vlyers' barn While he noimally has a long
This photo Monciaj, Myers said, cap- concrete to go into the new section of the
;ured workmen unloading the last load of Black & White Holstein Farm.
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held is changing and
ho gius the animals oxli.i alien
lion. snth .is washing and clip
ping. in the b.icf time ho owns
Be sides pi o\ idmg twice as
much loom foi his animals.
Mums upoits the expansion in
cludes a stall foi Cleoi He the
Llama, who's now borne housed
at Good's ite cream bai neai b\
Geo go is the special pel of the
Myeis childien. Lisa. 15, and
George Sipple, new Black & White Holstein Farm
manager, paints posts outside the new section of the
barn as everyone rushes, to meet the July 17 grand opening.
A cattle dealer from Michigan, Sipple started his new as
signment January 1.
Roy and Lisa Myers are shown with George the Llama
shortly after Christmas (Lancaster Farming January 3).
With the expansion of the Mjers’ Black & White Holstein
Farm barn, George will be moved to his own stall in a new
section of the building, father Charlie reports.
Charles C. Mjers
Holstein Farm Owner