Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 12, 1970, Image 19

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I Progress in developing malting bar-
I ley, a potential new crop for the East, was
shown during a recent small grains field
day held at the Agricultural Research
Center of Penn State, 10 miles west of
University Park. Describing the plots were
Ahmet Akjurek of Turkey, left, graduate
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Lancaster Farming. Saturday. September 12.1970
assistant in agronomy, and Dr. Robert P.
Pfeifer, second from right, small grains
breeder for the University. Among visitors
were county agent Amos S. Zimmerman
of Lew'isburg, second from left, and Hugh
R. McWilliam, right, seed company offi
cial of Buffalo, N.Y.
Sire Power,
NEBA Slate
Open House
A chicken baibecue will high
light the annual Sire Power
open house Octobet 8 to 11 at
Tunkhannock This year’s open
house will be co-sponsored by
Sue Rower and NEBA
Tickets foi the open house
baibecue on Octobei 10 mav be
obtained horn the NEB\ tech
nician or at NEB A, Turkhan
nock Tickets should be put
chased oi leseived on or be
hne Fuday, Octobei 2
Following this baibecue a
shoit piogiam will be offered to
answei quesfons about Sire
Powei and NEBA Reports will
be given by NEBA President,
Ed Flitciaft, as well as by mem
beis of the Sue Power and
NEBA staff
All of the Si'e Power proven
sues aie now housed at Tunk
hannock including the Holstems
King Ivan, Supeib, Empeior,
Transmitter, and many others
including Lucvky, Vein, Image,
and Gent.
Other new additions include
the Jerseys Beacon and Dream
ei, a new sue due to enter ser
vice late this fall Flashy and
Maestio of the Ay i shire Breed
may be seer Guemseywise, the
newer sires are not housed here,
but bleeders will have the op
poitumty to leview the present
An open house will also be
held at the Fiedenck, Maryland
facilities (cosponsoied bv the
Md ABC and W Va ABC) on
Thursday, Octobei 22, where ap
pioximately 40 Sue Power “in
waiting” and “sampling” Sires
aie housed A chicken barbecue
is included in this ptogiam
Chester Co.
4-H Winners
(Continued from Page 18)
geolog.v, Douglas Warren, Ches
ter Spnngs, foiestry, Roderick
Thompson Downmgtown, bees;
Jimmy Fehr, Downingtown,
rabbits, Jenny Robinson, West
Grove, and Carol Welsh, Honey
biook, flowers, and Stanley
Guest, Pottstown, handyman
In the field of home econo
mics ovei 500 ribbons were
awarded to 4-H members com
pleting projects in clothing and