Newspaper Page Text
President Richard Nixon has
proclaimed the week of July 25
as National Farm Safety Week.
The proclamation states:
Primitive man’s first discover
ies about cultivating the land
came by chance, and for thou
sands of years thereafter agricul
ture progressed only slowly out
of the' realm of guesswork. Even
Take advantage of early results by liming in the
late Summer and Fall. Get ground ready for the
first Spring shoots by allowing the lime all winter
to condition the soil.
IVAN M. MARTIN, INC.
Blue Ball, Pa. 354-4125
Is it up to date?
Is It tailored to the needs of your farm?
Agway General offers you the benefits of complete
insurance counsel from one source, tailored to
your needs —providing total protection:
• Fewer payments to keep track of;
• No confusion about what’s covered;
• One company to deal with when you have a claim;
• Savings, if your present protection overlaps.
For Cover/all Protection on your
Life... Home... Farm ... Car... Health
CALL THE AGWAY GENERAL FIELD COUNSELOR NEAREST YOU
901 Village Road
Week Scheduled July 25-31
in the early days of this Nation,
when we were a people of form
ers and planters, the process of
coaxing life out of the earth re
mained far more an art than a
science. But today American agri
culture has become a fully re
alized technology largely subject
to human planning and control—
a bountiful producer of food,
Apply lime early
Ivan Z. Martin
22 Fairview St.
Terre Hill, Pa.
Partner in your peace of mind
clothing, and the makings of the
good life for America and the
Thus there is sharp Irony in
the foot that this great industry,
so accomplished in the scientific
nature of plant and animal life,
remains among the industries in
which human life is most pre
carious and accident rates are
highest. The farm and ranch en
vironment abounds in potential
exposed working conditions,
physically demanding jobs—but
experience has shown that cau
tion, common sense, and protec
tive equipment can do much to
counter them and keep accidents
and injuries to a minimum. All
who live and work on America’s
farms and ranches owe it to
themselves, their families, and
the nation that depends on them,
to put safety first. Let us set the
goal of eliminating chance from
rural life just as we have learned
to exclude it from agricultural
NOW, THEREFORE, I, RICH
ARD NIXON, President of the
United States of America, do
hereby designate the week of
July 25, 1971, as National Farm
Safety Week. I urge farm families
and all in the rural community to
make every effort to reduce ac
cidents occurring at work, home,
in recreation and on the highway.
CLASSIFIED ADS WORK
CALL 626-2191 OR 394-3047
More pork in les
Time and aga
lean hogs going to
market at 200 pounds
. . . in less than
150 days ... at lowest
are the money-making feeds
you can use to get these results!
-Red Rose Farrowing Pellets high nutrient farrowing
and conditioning ration for feeding to sows be
fore and after farrowing.
Red Rose Pig Pre-Starter Pellets — 1 a complete feed
with sugar concentrates and high antibiotic levels
for young pigs.
Red Rose Pig Starter Pellets supplement the sow’s
milk and accustom pigs to pellet feed.
Red Rose Pig Grower Pellets contain vitamins and
antibiotics for complete feeding to pigs 50 to 100
Red Rose Porker for complete feeding to pigs 100
pounds to market.
Red Rose Hog Supplement a vitamin, mineral and
antibiotic fortified feed for feeding with your
PROGRAMMED HOG FEEDS
mean more money
from every hog!
BUY THEM FROM US
Wolter Binkley & Son
Brown & Rea, Inc.
Elverson Supply Co.
L. T. Geib Estate
I. B. Graybill & Sort
E. Musser Heisey & Son
R. D. #2, Mt. Joy, Pa.
Red Rose Farm
N. Church St, Quarryville
David B. Hurst
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 17,1971 —
G. R. Mitchell, Inc.
Mounlville Feed Service
Musser Farms, Inc.
Martin's Feed Mill
Chas. E. Sauder & Sons
H. M. Stauffer & Sons,
Ammon E. Shelly
E. P. Spofrts, Inc.