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Lancaster Farming Ads Pay
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1970
On the premises located I mile North of Bowmansvillc
along Rt. 625 In Brecknock Twp., Lancaster County, Pa.
28 HEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE
Both Registered and Grade including 22 Vcrj Good mil*
cous, 1 Bred Heifer and 5 Open Heifers.
1 yr. old Yorkshire Boar from Kay Farms Breeding, 21
Bred Sows, 74 Head feeder pigs, all home raised.
3010 J. D. tractor, Massey Ferguson 50 tractor with
front and rear cultivator, 14T J. D. Baler with thrower, J. D.
side delivery rake, used 2 seasons; J. D. 28 disc with wheel
carrier, J. D. 3 pt. corn planter, J. D. Hay conditioner, J. D.
tank manure spreader, #7O used 2 years; J. D. 10 flail
chopper, J. D. side mounted mower, J. D 3 -16" mounted
plow. McCormick 13- 7 grain drill, 2 rubber tired wagons
high sides. New Idea #lO corn picker, Sauder loader,
Sauder snow blade, 1961 3 4 ton Ford pick-up cattle racks,
180 amp welder. Surge milker pump-pipe - 2 units and other
dairy equipment, cans, etc.
Corn - Hay - Straw by the ton. Also small tools and
Sale starts 10 A.M. Dairy and Swine Herds approx. 1
Elton Horning 286-5223
Leßoy S. Horst 445-6181
Lunch Served. Not responsibleToh accidents.'
COMPLETE DISPERSAL OF RICH-ANNA
Registered Holsteltl Herd
SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1970
Location 3 miles West of Myerstown, Pa. Turn north
off Rt. #422 on Prescott Road, and East Kercher Ave.
Watch for Arrows to Grubh Ave., Lebanon Co.
70 Head Certified, Accredited, 30 da> tests for inter-
D.H.I.A. Ave. 1969-1970 15,400 m -620 f - 4.0%.
40 cows and First Calf Heifers, 30 heifers all ages, 3
• Susie 8 yr, 333 d. 17,311 m -696 f - 4.0%, and her 3 Pen
state Star Man Dtrs. sell; Sue 2 yr. 10m. 305 d projected
15,557 m -674 f - 4.3%; Anna 2 yr. 305 d projected 14,411 m -
575 f - 4.0%; “Triple” is the 11 month Heifer.
• Teresa 4yr. 7m. 364 d. 16,335 m -741 f - 4.6%; Dtrs. by
Pawnee Farm Arlinda Chief and Pioneer; • Lucy -4y -
316 d 17,166 m 708 f 4.1%.
• Linda 7yr. 365 d. 20,899 m -802 f - 3.8%; • Rhoda - 4
yr. 7m. 295 d 16,736 m 647 f - 3.8%; • Star Man dtr. 2 yr.
10m. 305 d - projected 18,010 m -678 f. 3.7%. Her dam has
16,000 m. • Kitty lly 365 d 19,469 m 815 f 4.2% (2) dtrs. sell
ing. A few grades with 15,000 to 19,000 m. 3 Bulls from dams
to 20,000 Milk.
Sires Represented Penstate Star Man, 10 Dtrs.; Dee
Ann Roebuck Baron, 5 Dtrs.; Pawnee Farm Arlinda Chief;
Pioneer, other Curtiss Sires. Canadians by Selling Triune
Achilles, Selling Reflector, Glenvue Sky Chief, M Dark
Leader, Pabst Raven Rewayne, Rockdale President, Spr.
Farm Reflection Ormsby, Dividend Clipper, Glenvue Crown
Herd Mostly in Calf to top Curtiss Sires.
Be sure to inspect this herd of young, good uddered
cows and well Bred young Heifers. Don t miss this fine
Catalogs upon request.
Sale Mgr. and Pedigrees, Carl Diller
Auct. Paul Snyder
10:00 A. M.
HOWARD M. WEBER
RICHARD E. HOUSER
Sale held in Tent,
Vegetable Meeting Report
A bound copy (over 100 pages)
of the North American Green- hbd A
house Vegetable Conference Is Action NOW Project
available fiom l'iof R F >vhilc the Action Now pio-
Poisons ml. rested in obtain- sponso.ed bv United Egg
mg a cop,\ (small charge), Piodiicers is basing a substan
should contact Prof Flelchei. tial impact on the egg indus-
Vegetable Ciops Extension. !>• tiy." accoiding to .leiiv Faulk
son Building. Penn Slate Un. VEI , manat! ei.
vcrsity, tiimeisiiN laik la economic outlook foi the
IfiBo2 industiy in the immediate fu
The pi octedings covoi in do- turc is still cxtiemelj pool "
I i, all talks given at the PilU
!, ,h confeiencc The confci- He explained. “Om nation
t ce attracted over 150 giowers wide piogiam of industiy ie
jm Texas to Canada sliamt, while not 100 pci cent
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, 1970
Located in Franklin County, 14 miles west of Chambers
burg, Pa. at Ft. Loudon, Pa.
#l9O-X-T Allis Chalmers Diesel and 4 bottom plow.
#730 Case and mounted Case corn picker; #530 Case and
#l5-7 A.C. grain drill with packers and band seeder;
#220 Case baler with thrower; 3 Grove self-unloading wag
ons; 4 row International corn planter and 4 row cultivator;
Kato T.D. 30/37 P.T.O. generator for on the job.
With Marlow pump and Ford engine with 6,000 feet of
4” & 6” wade ram pipe and 3 Ram Bird #lOO sprinklers and
45 Rain Bird 7B sprinklers excellent!
All other items needed fbPa farm operation. For
complete list and information phone 717-264-7329.
J. Robert Meyers, manager & auctioneer
THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1970
Location Midway between Fivepointville and
Bowmansville, along Maple Grove Road, 12 miles
Southwest of Reading, 1 mile off of Route 625, Lancas
38 Milking Age 15 Breeding Age
with remainder being yearlings and calves. 30 day
bloodtested. Owner sample records with a herd aver
age of 13,719 lbs. milk, 516 fat, 3.76 per cent. This is a
home raised grade herd of which 9Q percent are At
lantic Breeding. A few registered animals included.
One-third ot this herd are Ist and 2nd calf heifers.
There are 22 head that have freshened recently or are
due throughout early fall.
These young cows sell!
Spunky 5 yi’s., 323 days, 17,665 M, 663 F 3.75%
Sue - 5 yrs., 327 dys., 16,299 M, 581 F, 3.56% (REG.)
Bert 3 yrs., 299 dys., 15,798 M, 549 F, 3.47%, dtr.
Lucy 2 yrs., 310 dys., 13,155 M, 530 F, 4.0%, dtr. of
Rachel - 2 yrs., 324 dys., 12,514 M, 464 F, 3.7%, dtr.
of Flashy Boy.
Cattle have good size and plenty of dairy type. In
cluded are daughters of Archie, Flashy Boy, Ivanhoe
Jack, Ivanhoe Star, Milk and Honey, Performer, Hec
tor, Bonus, etc.
“Be sure to see them on Nov. 5. Farm is sold mak
ing this sale necessary.”
PAUL & EVAN GOOD
RDI, Denver, Pa.
Aucts. Carl Diller and J. Everett Kreider
■ LUNCH AVAILABLE
n a. m.
■W * s "■ ' ' r " „
12:30 P. M.
Lancaster Farming. Saturday. October 31.1970- -23
f f V
Deemed Partial Success
effective, h.is accomplished far
moie than the many highly vo
cal (lilies of the piogram ever
believed possible We have
pio\ed conclusively that posi
tive icsults can be obtained
tlii onvoluntary coopeiativc
action on .1 nationwide basis.”
Fanlknei pointed to the Au
gust egg type hatch 1 eduction
of 23 pei cent and the reduction
of eggs >» mcubalois as of
Septembei 1 as positive pi oof
of the piogiam's effectiveness.
He noted that the progiam’s
success had caused other com
modity gioups to wonder if
they could benefit in the same
way The broilei people, for
example, have stalled action to
foim a similai nationwide co
opeiative in an effoit to bung
stability to then mdustiy.
Faulkner announced lhat
United’s executive committee
and boaid of dnectois would
meet in Atlanta on Octobei 22
and 23 He said that a follow-up
to the Action Now piogram
would be discussed
(Continued lioni Page 22)
SAT NOV 21—All Pony Sale,
Mai tin’s Sale Stables, Blue Ball,
Pa Paul Z Martin, 717-354-6671,
SAT NOV 28—10 AM Public
Sale of peisonal property, anti
ques and tools located on Hack
man Road, midway between
Biunnerville and Clay Sale by
Howard C Hess Stone and
featuring large selections
of cattle & calves direct
C & O Flats
6 P. M.
Around 1200 head
of steer and heifer
calves and \ earlings
Livestock Soles, Inc.
Dial 434-6165 P.O. Box 611
Just off of Rt. 81