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f P». Granger Named
Herald K Pent/, Hoeklon
RDI. Clcai field C*011 1) Iv. lidh
been iiinm , (l "Gianger of the
Yeai" lor 11)70 In Pennsylvania.
»nd will be pic.sentcd with nn
•ward during the i)»lh Penns.vl
Vania Slate Giaiige convention.
October 26 to 20 in Meadville.
A Wavnc Rendinger. state mas
tei. announced leccnlly.
Pent/, a farmer and employe
•f the Pennsylvania Slate Game
Commission, holds a rccoul of
86 ycais of continuous uranic
Service He is the second win
ner of a contest cosponsoi cd by
the State Grange and the
grange related Farmcis and
Tradeis Life Insui.mce Com
pany of Syracuse, N Y
Don't Read This -- Unless You
Want More PROFITS
The average dall> gam on mans farms is over 3 lbs.
at a cost of less than cents per head plus roughage
when feeding McNess Beelmaker on our wholesale
purchasing plan. For this kind of profit
contact Field Manager
Horace S. Wanner
Box 137 East Earl, Pa. 17519
SPECIAL THIS MONTH
irl4 shovel with 36" handle free when purchasing 4
boxes of silage booster. 4 boxes will treat 400 ton tor
only $140.00, add $2 00 per ton •< alue for only 35c.
McNESS THE PREMIX THAT WON THE MID
WEST IS WINNING THE EAST.
Red Rose will
tell you...foß* free!
There is a program that will give your cattle the
exact balance between feed and forage for maximum
growth and profit. Whether yours is a cow-calf opera
tion, or you’re finishing cattle for market, Red Rose’s
unique new service can take the guesswork out of your
You tell us about your herd. The breed. Average
weight. The pain per head you want to achieve. What
forage you’re feeding and how much. Give us these
facts and we II analyze your herd and tell you how
you can obtain the most efficient, profitable opera
Your present feeding program may be tne best
possible one for your heia. But, if you’re not abso
lutely sure, let us compute it the Red Rose way. This
scientifically formulated analysis is free.
Dovid B. Hurst E. P. Sports, Inc.
Bowmansville Honej- Bxook
6. R. Mitchell, Inc.
Ref ton, Pa
Mountyiile Feed Service
John York Charges USDA Policy
Hinders School Milk Program
"I’ooi school cliildicn li.im
now hem added to the glowing
list of pcopli in this cotml>>
who have felt the blow of llu
‘.io decision' policius of mn
United Stales Department of
Agricultmc", slated John C
York. Gonci.il Manager of East
cm Milk Pioduccrs recently in
Washington. D C sou ices just
informed Eastern that the
School Milk Pioginm has al
icacly been authorized by the
C'onguss of the United Stales
but the USD \ has not authouz
H. M. Stauffer & Sons,
cd 0|H>1,I1I(»I1 of Ihe jjioji 111)
.•111 i September 1. l!)7() \cillur
h.is tit(' Dcpaitmcnl public iml
jm\ decision lh.it il will not con
Untie the pi oki.nn
l*i estimable. .) decis.on will be
made public by the USDA
shoitly. However, in the mean
time, the School Milk Program
is .suffering what may prove
to be irrepaiablc damage, ac
cepting to Yoik In other
words, many schools h.ue
opened and others will soon be
stalling without aulhonrcd
funds to distribute milk undei
the pi ogram
The USD \ docs not lack the
authority to give local schools
pci mission to go ahead
Yoik lemmdcd, "The milk m
diisti y in this of the
countiy has iccently been the
iccipicnt of this ‘no decision'
policy in its cffoits to obtain
pioper pi icing of Class II milk
in the vauous Fedeial Milk
Maiketing Aieas Mow oui
nation's schools aic being
placed m that feeling of muei
tainty and some aie finding it
neccssaiv to cm tail the dislu
bution of the ‘woild's most pei
fect food’ to then students ”
Pottstown Angus Cited
Angus faims fiom five states
led out the top Angus biecdmg
Cattle at the lecently concluded
West Viiginia Staie Fa.r in
Lewisbmg Di Gaiv Mimsh,
Vnginia Pole technic Institute,
Blacksbmg. made the official
placings and selected the senioi
champion bull, Mai shall Pude
M 538, shown by Soleil Faims
Pottstown, Pennsyhania, as the
giand champion of the show
BUY YOUR BEEF
FEEDS FROM US. We
handle the Red Rose
Walter Binkley & Son
Brown & Rea, Inc.
Elverson Supply Co.
L. T. Geib Estate
I. B. Graybill & Son
E. Musser Heisey & Son
R D &2, Mt Joy, Pa,
Red Rose Form
N Chuich St, Quau yville
Musser Forms, Inc.
Chos. E. Souder & Sons
Ammon E. Shelly
laim-nMer Farming. SiiUii tins. September 12. 1070
For Full Market Reports
Read Lancaster Farming
HEAD 1500 HEAD
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24
7:30 P. M.
MARSHALL FEEDER CATTLE ASSN.
All cahes will be vaccinated with Rea-Plex
and two doses of Pasteurella Heileis
guaranteed open. All cahes originate in
counties tree of brucellosis and tuberculosis.
Tel - 703 354-4861 J G. Simpson, Mgr,
swearin’)... and wishin’ you had another 10 horse
power and another 100 pounds of weight on the
This is the time to stop sliding backward and take
a big step forward. Give us a call and we’ll put you in
the seat of an Allis-Chalmers One-Seventy. Its 54
horsepowei* and Traction Booster system will flatten
out those lulls and diy out the wet spots faster than
you can say (£#%?&”(.
When the going gets tough, the draft arms of the
One-Seventy’s 3-point hitch signal the Tiaction
Booster system, which automatically tumsfers more
of the load to the icar wheels. Fai less shppm’ to
waste power and weai tues. Try it today. Going
Oiange is Going GieatJ
L. H. Brubaker GrumeMi Form Service
Lititz, Pa. Quuiyville. Pa.
Roy H. Buck, Inc. N. G, Myers & Son
Ephirta, ED. 3 Rheems, Pa.
Washington Boio, Pa.
L. H. Brubaker
Lancas ta., Pa.
is m £ Ins Cn 1 tb t'ado.nark.
obseu/ed PTO hoiscpowei at i engine speed.
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