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Po. Milk Boord Rtleom
Annual Dealers Report
The Milk Marketing Hoard re
cently announced that the sales
o( fluid and milk products im
ported by Pennsylvania's Fluid
Milk Deateis In 1969 were $651
million, an Inciease of $2l mil
lion over 1908
The cost of products sold by
(he fluid milk dealers was $370
million, 57.74 per cent of the
total sales, while net profits
after taxes amounted to $B7 mil
lion. 1.34 per cent of total sales.
There wcic 281 Fluid Milk
Dealers reporting in 1969. 23
fewer than in 1968 In addition
to increased sales in 1969, the
cost of products sold increased
as light or as heavy as you wish.
, New Holland offers the extra-strength features you need in a spreader to protect
•gainst “down time”. An apron chain that withstands more than twice the puli of
ordinary chains. Extra-tough; heat-treated paddles and longer hitch channels.
If you can’t afford a breakdown, you need a New Holland spreader.
Capacities range from 110 to 275 bushels in a choice of triple-beater and
single-beater models. See us soon!
E 3 C E. WILEY & SON, INC
101 So. Lime Street
BEEF STARTER FILETS
When cattle arrive on your feedlot . .
right from the beginning with Red Rose Beef Starter
Pellets for three weeks to get them uniformly on
feed. Then follow the Red Rose Programmed Beef
way of raising steers.
RED ROSE BEEF STARTER PELLETS is a rough
age blended with vegetable proteins, non-protein nitro
gen, molasses, minerals, vitamins, and a “low appetite
stimulating level” of chlorotetracycline. The high vita
min A level in these pellets will guard against infec
tions during colder weather. Beef Starter Pellets is
only one of a number of Red Rose Programmed Beef
Feeds all designed to help you raise steers better.
Why don’t you aim to make more money from your
steers this season by feeding the Red Rose Program
med Beef way? Call us . . . and we’ll explain how you
Pa. Conservationists Ponder Future
With New Environment Dept.
(Continued from Page 13) ne\t year's .south progiam t-i
including 4-11, FFA and Hov undeculid. lie said, the IT \
Scouts If the grant is not rein- public speaking contest will be
Mated. Stauffer said, these pio continued next year
grams will have to be curtailed He also reported that it wa-
Ilc noted, however, that nego generally agreed at the mee.lng
tialions me still underwn.v with 1 1,11 * uro is n need to find
Sears to devise a program more , of ‘•'opping constvuction on
-suitable to the firm He said flood plains
Sears has indicated the need for \ t t he conference St.iuffei
a program with more of an moved up from second v ice pre-a
in ban orientation dent t 0 ( u -st Nice president of
While the overall content of the Pennsylvania Association of
Soil and Water Conservation Dis
sllB million and net profits in- t'' lcl Directors. He is slated to
creased by $853,513 become picsident next yeai
Waiter Binkley & Son
Brown & Rea, Inc.
Eiverson Supply Co.
L. T. Geib Estate
I. B. Graybill & Son
E. Musser Heisey & Son
R. D. #2, Mt Joy, Pa.
Red Rose Form
N Church St, Quarryville
David B. Hurst
G. R. Mitchell, Inc.
Mountville Feed Service
Musser Farms, Inc.
Chas. E. Sauder & Sons
Ammon E. Shelly
E. P. Spotts, Inc.
H. M. Stauffer & Sam
Lancaster Farming. Saturday, October 31.1970—15
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See your Trojan dealer now for the right combination of
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ing program—all pre-tested at our research farm in Hawaii!
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S n, The seed corn
TROJAN SEED COMPANY
Trojan Hybrids are available at the following dealers
FARMERS SUPPLY CO. ZIMMERMAN’S ANIMAL
Lancaster HEALTH SUPPLIES
R - D . Lititz
LANCASTER BONE FERT. F M BROWN’S SONS, INC.
Quarryville Sinking Spring
MARTIN FEED MILL
FEED & GRAIN
R D , Oxford BOMBERGER’S STORE
H. H. GOOD MILL
Fivepomtville GEHMAN FEED MILL
E. H. KEEN & SON WEAVER FIX-IT SHOP
At ® len R. D., New Holland
STANFORD SEED COMPANY
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 19462