Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 17, 1970, Image 11

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    Ag Society Visits
Thirty-eight members and Washington and Benjamin
wives of the Philadelphia So- Franklin. Membership is limit
ciety for Promoting Agriculture ed to 125,
ZZI i f n „r^ C fr St a e nn C °r nty > th / S Max Smith - county agricultur
""“f- 1 VlSlt t 0 al agent> who accompanied the
see agr cultural piactices . tour, listed the itiniary as fol-
Founded m 1784 to discuss lows: Turkey Hill Dairy, Con
agricultural problems, the or- estoga RD2; Meadow Hills for
ganization was a leader in de- lunch; Noah Kreider farm, Man
veloping agricultural research, heim RD3, and David Buck-
Early members included George waiter farm, Lititz RD3.
Consistent
means mm milk
Consistent quality in Muollei
fcjlk tank manufacturing assure:
you a high quality performance ii
the milk house where it pays off in
profits.
Economical dircct-erpanston re.
frigeration in both "atmospheric’
and “vacuum” models . . . size!
from 90 to 2000 gallons . . . built-
MUELLER
in controls and either remota 01
•elf-contained condensing units.
C.I P. cleaning !■ an optional choice.
Whatever features you prefer, they
Kay be found in one of tha varied
Mueller models ... come in and
lat us rive you the complete story.
Aik about our economy
mo<M “R" tern*
R. D. 3, Lititz, Pa.
350 Strasburg Pike, Lancaster
Ph,: Lane. 397-5179 Strasburg 687-6002 Lititz 626-7766
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
NEB A is pleased to offer the following SIRE POWER Sires
in the Lancaster County Area. Nearly all (the few exceptions
ore noted) are available to ANY DAIRYMAN on ANY DAY.
Yes, Take your choice, call your NEBA technician today.
No.
Dtrs,
Sire
KlNGstead IVANhoe*
FSC Ideal Chief BURKE JO
Tidy Burke TRANSMITTER
Whirlhill KINGPIN
Exranco EL TORO
Rocby Ivanhoe Dina CHARM
Wis Symbol PRIDE
Walhowdon President VERNon
Lemax Leader IDEAL
Rosni Letitia RAMBLER
Milk & Honey Linda Fond IMAGE
Franlane Pilot BLACKIE
Yellow Creek Top Honor ACE
Western Glow DARIMOST
Woodacres MASTER CHIEF
Lyrene May Rose PRINCE
Cedarbrook Polly’s EMORY
Nobleman's LOTUS Designer
OBSERVER Chocolate Soldier
FAVORITE Secret Triumph
Senelakeca BEAVER
Oak Ridge FLASHY Klondike
Mackayr Super MAESTRO
BROWN SWISS
Wavenev’s LADDIE G 143 86% 13840 578
NORVIC Lilason’s Beautician 172 86% 13985 550
All production figures are from the September 1970 USDA report.
" Semen m short supply.
1970-71 SIRE DIRECTORIES ARE NOW AVAILABLE
Truly a guide to better breeding, they contain full information on all of the above
sires as well as LUCKY, SUPERB, GENT, GALAXY, HAPPY, and ‘many other SIRE
POWER Sires
PROVIDING SIRE POWER SERVICE
1 M C= .
HOLSTEIN
49 59%
127 77%
12 25%
7851 99%
275 65%
21 28%
260 93%
111 79%
27 32%
74 79%
353 94%
33 41%
GUERNSEY
19 44%
997 96%
269 89%
123 73%
75 74%
JERSEY
53 75%
20 56%
75 76%
AYRSHIRE
45 65%
87 72%
28 33%
Farms
Tractor
Contest
The Rough and Tumble His
torical Association is sponsoring
a tractor pulling contest, featur
ing modern farm tractors, be
ginning at 9 a.m., Saturday,
October 24 at the Rough and
Tumble Museum, Route 30,
Rimers
The tractor pull will be con
ducted according to the rules of
the National Tractor Pull Asso
ciation
A charge of $5 per tractor with
drive is being made and general,
admission is $l. The money will
then be used as prize money for
the winners of each of four
weight classes.
The tractors will be weighed
at Rough and Tumble on the
morning of October 24 Food is
available for the noon meal at
the Kinzei Fire Company Build
ing
The pull is limited to stock
block tractors No chains, no
duals, no four-wheel drive or no
steel wheels will be permitted.
The tractor pull will be held
for the first time as part of
Rough and Tumble’s third an
nual Enschine O Rama.
Farmers' Assn. Slates
Annual Dinner Meeting
The Lancaster County Farm
ers’ Association will hold its an
nual dinner meeting at 7 p.m.
Friday, October 23 at Harvest
Drive Motel, one and a half miles
West of Intercourse on Route
340.
Six directors will be elected
and policies will be adopted.
John Pitzer, Pennsylvania
Farmers’ Association president,
will be speaker.
Tickets can be purchased from
any director or the county sec
retary, James Martin, at 687-8389.
Repeat
Ability
Milk
18410
17396
20438
15764
17809
20633
15146
16654
18357
15405
15764
18014
12325
11134
10373
11199
10735
10637
10729
10282
12848
11580
12490.
FOR SERVICE IN
LANCASTER COUNTY, CALL
Nelson Kreider Strasbnrg 717-687-4214
Ephrata 717-733-1224
Marlin Kover
Pulling
Slated
Prcd. Diff.
Milk Fat
Fat
+6O
+42
+39
+42
+4B
+35
+1576
+1307
+1302
+ 1277
+lOOO
+ 998
+ 888
+ 827
+ 737
+ 570
+ 554
+ 553
+2B
+23
+ 7
4:81
+ 8
+26
+3O
+ 9
+2l
+ 8
562
526
490
545
490
+ 640
+ 507
+ 288
+ 244
+ 239
+46
+22
+ 8
550
525
498
+ 866
+ 667
+ 514
+27
+2l
+ 5
511
472
482
+ 529
+ 322
+ 132
+53
+l5
-f 995
+ 820
Lancaster Farming. Saturday. October 17.1970
• Farm Calendar
(Continued from Page 1)
. , _ 8 p.m—Farm and Home Foun-
American Breeders Service Ex- dation board of directors,
otic Weekend. Calgary. AI- Farm and Home Center
berta, Canada, October 17-19. Farm Women Society 4, bus trip
Horta 70, 57th Annual Horticul- to the Mint. US S Olympia
■ture Show. Ice Pavilhon, and National Biscuit Com-
Penn State University, Octo- pany in Philadelphia,
ber 17-18.
Sunday, October 18
2 p.m,—Lancaster County Senior
Extension Club, sightseeing Thunday. October 22
L r a cu Cadlng ' eet 11 am-5 pm. _ Penn-Jersey
fL Sh °f?i. ng A C * n ' Harveslore grand opening o£
r- PnK ll f or a io^>n Acme new headquarters. miles
Pon! V 2 3 °cu m WeSt 0f B,Ue Ball 0n KOUtC
Penn National Horse Show. 32 2. October 22-24
Bl i" ld o‘ ng ' H " rni - 7 30 P m-Farm Women Society
bur o ,October 17-24 2 3 meet at home of Mr and
Mrs Haiolci Gieider, Millers
villeßDl
Monday, October 19
7 30 p m —Farm Women Society
30, at Baievillc Furniture Friday, October 23
Store 7pm —Annual Lancaster Coun
-7 30 pm—Farm Women Society *y Farmeis' Association dm
-31. home of Mi 5 Samuel ner meeting. Harvest Drive,
Click Motel, Gordonville.
York Farmers’ Association poul
try show, York Fair
Giounds, York, October 23-
25
Tues Cay, October 20
6 30 p m New Holland Farm
Show Banquet, Penryn fire
Saturday, October 24
730 p m Garden Spot Young 8 am -5 pm Southeastern
Farmers electricity meeting, Pennsylvania Farm Tractor
ag room, Garden Spot High Pull open competition at
School, New Holland Rough and Tumble Museum,
Bpm —Medical needs in South- Route 30. 13 miles east of
ern Lancaster County, Quar- Lancaster Ram or shine
ryville Borough Hall 3- 4 p m Lancaster County
8 p.m -Ephrata Young Farmers f emor Extension Club, Hal
, . . o'-" 1 * 13 loween party for children at
business meeting and tout Christ’s Children’s Home,
Brownstown vo-tech school. Paradise
meet in Ephrata High School 6 15pm —Farm Women Society
vo-ag department 4, Gentlemen’s night dinner,
8 p.m. Fulton Grange officers Willow Valley Motor Inn
committee meeting. Grange
Hall, Oukryn.
Wednesday, October 21
8 p m.—4-H Club Skating Parly,
Rocky Springs Park.
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