Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 08, 1970, Image 7

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    Winners of the Guernsey Judging Contest held as part
of the Guernsey Breeders Field Day are Mr. Ellis Den
linger, Stephen Combs, and Mrs Vaughn Moore. Mr. Den
lingec received a model of a Guernsey cow, Stephen was
awarded a 50 pound bag of milk replacer, and Mrs. Moore
was presented an insulated picnic jug. All the prizes were
presented by Marilyn Krantz, Lancaster County Dairy
and developed by Michigan State
The most economical liquid additive yet deve
loped to make corn silage a complete ration for
For Fall use, ordeis must be taken immediately.
For details inquire
jftuarryville, Pa.
Quarryville, Pa. 717-786-7348
Lancaster, Pa.
Paradise, Pa.
717-786-3527 after 6 P.M,
Guernsey Day
(Continued from Page 1)
scorer* woe Jovee Wagner.
Quai i yvillc RD2, 200 1: Thelma
Gaibcr. Willow Sheet RD2, 200;
Mrs Aithnr Rieneman, Willow
Sheet RDI. and Deboiah Sollcn
berger, Goiclonville, ID9 7.
Youth winner* weie Stephen
Combs, Pat a disc RDI, 233 4;
Donald Breneman. Stiasbuig
RDI, 233 3, Baibara Myer, Eliz
abethtown RD3, 226 7, Allan
Ci icier, Nottingham, 216 6. Bob
Shoff, Elizabethtown RD3, 200 1.
Foi their effoits, Denhngei
iecei\cd a large model of a
Guernsey cow. Mis Mooic was
given an insulated picnic jug,
and Stephen was piesented a 50
pound bag of milk leplacer
\ppi oximatcly 150 attended
the field day actfvities
Chester Co. Extension
Aides Go to Conference
Extension ruunlion aides liom
27 Pennsylvania counties had the
oppoilumty to shaie expe’iences
and to impiove then job skills
dining a confeience at Pennsyl
vania State Umveisity, Umveis
ity Paik iccently
Attending the confeience fiom
Chester County weie extension
nutiition aides, Mis Julia Bauza,
West Chester, Mrs Blanche
Bowers, Avondale, Mis. Alice
Carter, Mrs Indiana Morton,
Mrs Elizabeth Robinson all of
Coatesville, Mrs. Elizabeth Lear,
Phoenixville, and Mrs. Mane
Simmons, Kennett Square, Mrs
Maiie Dorlander, West Chester
and Miss June Wilke, Extension
Home Economist.
Try A
It Pays
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 8,1970-
Penn State Poultry Tour
Termed Highly Successful
The Lancaster County Poulliy
\ssocialion tup to Penn Stale
(his week was vciy successful,
nccoiding to Jay liwin, associate
county r.-gent
Some 33 pioduccis, equipment
manufactuieis and teed sup
pliers made the bus tup not
a many as had been hoped but
scveial othei local activities
pi obably kept the numbeis down
some, it was indicated
But liwin said the inteiest ol
those who went was excellent
The piogiam included
Dr Glenn Biesstei s sloping
wne Hoot and automatic manuie
diying and cleaning system also
his leseaich on clifleient typos
oi floois foi bleeding flocks in
an effoit to cut down on dust,
bactcna on eggs and bud foot
At the disease lab, Di Robei t
F Gently discussed his woik on
Maiek’s vaccine which shows
the vaccine is effective in con-
Conservation Officials
Bid Farewell at Party
Two Southeastern Pennsyl
vania soil conservation officials
who retued recently weie honor
ed Wednesday night at a faie
well party at Hillcrest Supper
Club at Elizabethtown
They were. Robeit (Al) Young,
district conservationist for York
County, and W Merrill Kunkle,
soil scientist for the Lebanon
County distnct
Each had seived in seven
states duung his career Young
was in conservation woik for 36
yeais and Kunkle for 35 years
tiolling Maiek’s
A tour of the animal science
building to see the woik of Di.
Edwaid Buss on genetics
The pioduct development ic
seaich of Di Joe McNeil on
poulliy pioccssing to obtain new
pioducts This woik includes
putting poulliy meal in.o hot
In the afternoon the gioup
split up, giving each pci son an
oppoitunny to ietui n to one of
the above aieas of intei est for
lui then mloimation
Di Kenneth Goodwin, head of
the poultiy science depat tment,
oiganized and conducted the
tom with the assistance of Di.
Floyd Hicks and Pi of Heibeit
Joi dan, extension poulliy
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