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t LhuchhUt Farming. Sulurdny. .Inly 25.1970
Good Animals at W Grand
Opening Draw Large Crowd
This is how a top-notch Holstein udder looks according
to bidders at the Black & White Holstein Farm recently,
who paid $8,750 for this animal.
FIELD DAY and
Wed., Aug. 5
10 A.M. - 3 P.M.
Exit Route 230
Fiory’s Mill Road
Follow A.B.C. Signs
Bar-B-Q Chicken Dinner
Contest and Prizes
Discuss Breeding Programs
Tickets Now Available from
all Atlantic Technicians
$l.OO per person
Try A Classified Ad
SAT., AUG. 1-12:00 Nmm
Location: 1 mile northwest of Oxford just off Route
472 along Roneys Corner Road, Chester County, Pa.
54 Head Holstein Cows and Heifers
35 (mostly young) milking age cows
9 Springing heifers, 10 breeding age heifers
Nearly all Atlantic sired and bied to same.
30 day tested for interstate shipment
Good woiking herd of cows Se\eral just fiesh ahead of
sale day, many due throughout summer months, and fall.
DHIA records to be announced. An opportunity to boost
summer milk quotas
Also the following:
Farm Equipment: Farmall “M” tractor on good rubber,
N H “352” Grinder-Mixer 1 year old, John Deere Gyramor
“507” (new), John Deere 15A Flail Chopper.
Milk Equipment: 12 can Star milk cooler (front open
ing) - like new (3) Surge units, (1) DeLaval unit, 35 milk
Other items including: 1 galvanized water trough, feed
cart, (2) wheelbarrows, forks, tools, Stewart (Sunbeam)
clippers, dehorners, etc.
Farm is sold makes this sale necessary.
Carl Diller —464-2233
J. Everett Kreider 284-4517
The giand opening of the new
section of the Black & White
Holstein Farm bai n was leported
a rousing success with the sale
of 156 Holstein cows, hcifeis and
calves Friday. July 17
The top 50 cows sold for an
a\erage of moic than $1,300
each, while the entue 100 cows
averaged $975 75, according to
sale officials. Including the le
mammg 56 calves and heifers,
the average was still bettei than
$BOO each, it was leported
The top animal was C Cold
spung Lassie Faye (EX-91), a
four year and 11 month old cow
bought by Goidon Wood of
Mansfield, Pa. for ?8,750.
This cow produced 19 616
pounds of milk in hei first lacta
tion of 341 days and 22,166 in the Black & White sales arena shortly after the bidding
hei second 313 day lactation She . , , 0o -rcn
has already produced 9,778 stopped at
pounds of milk including 335
pounds of butterfat in the first
100 days of the third lactation
She is the daughtei of Lassie
Leadei and Coldspung Maple
A laige turnout for the sale
moie than filled the sales aiena
The turnout was estimated at
between 500 and 1 000 pci sons
Duung the sale, Chailes C
Mjeis, faim ownei, said he had
gone all-out to bring in top
animals for the sale
This week, Myers was on the
load looking foi animals to
lefill his bain.
Ephrata Gets Teacher
Carl Gi ay bill, foimerly of
Lebanon County, has been hir
ed as an agricultural teacher at
Ephiata High School, effective
A 1970 Penn State University
graduate in agricultural educa
tion, Graybill wil be the Clois
ter FFA advisor and teach
ninth, tenth and eleventh grade
By EDISON B. DUNCAN
A view of C. Coldspring Lassie Faye from the floor of
THE FOURTH CARROLL
COUNTY GUERNSEY SALE
MONDAY, JULY 27, 1979
7:30 P. M. i,
at Carroll County Ag. Center, Westminster, Md.
Selling II Cows 27 Bred Heifers
The majority of the consignments are big strong bred
heifers due soon after the sale. All are due for summer and
This is a top group of cattle.
Sale Managed By
THE MERRYMAN CO.
PENNSYLVANIA YORKSHIRE -
CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION. INC.
Sponsors 2 Quality Pork Events
AUG. 6 & AUG. 7,1970
Farm Show Bldg., Small Arena, Harrisburg, Penna.
Thurs., August 6, 9:30 A.M.
Live Evaluation certified litter contest.
Cash prizes for Junior and Senior contests.
Program by Penn State University 1:00 P.M.
Friday, August 7, 2:00 P.M.
Showing and Judging of Yorkshire Sale Animals.
6:30 P.M- Sale of Yorkshires
50 Head Bred Gilts 12 Littermote
Pairs of Open Gilts 15 Boors
Judge: WILBUR PLACER
For catalog write or call
Wellington A. Hiester, Sr., Sec’y.-Treas.
R 3, Fleetwood, Pennsylvania 19522
or Reno H. Thomas, President
Beaveitown, Pennsylvania 17813
Phone 717/658 6719