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Moil Box Market
For Sale - Savage Model 220 $l5.
For Sale - Double Farmers
Friend furnace, approx. 100 year
old, good condition, Phone 786-
For Sale - Bulk feed bin, 8 ton
capacity, $125. Phone 367-3330.
For Sale - Full blooded Fox
Terrier pups, 6 weeks old May
30th . Apply to Weaver W. Shirk,
RD3 Ephrata, Pa. 17522 near
Hahns town, Pa.
For Sale - Durocs Boar, approx.
300 lbs. Phone 717-273-9029
For Sale - 8 bags of Go-Calf Milk
Replacer $9.50 per bag. Phone
For Sale - Goulds submersible
pump with 150 ft. plastic pipe.
Wanted - Tobacco rails, 12, 18,
and 20 ft. Paul J. Stoltzfus, 2114
Pequea Lane, Lancaster, Pa.
For Sale - 30 milk cans, good
condition; milk can cart for 8
cans; Pony harness like new; 2
cylinder Wisconsin baler engine
Model TFD, good condition.
Elam H. Fisher, Ronks RDI,
South Ronks Road.
For Sale - Sassafras Logs or
Posts. Moses M. Shirk, Route 1,
Columbia. Phone 285-5051.
WE HAVE A BIG SELECTION OF
A.C. TRACTORS TRACTORS
3-D 17 3-180
J.D. TRACTORS FARMALI TRACTORS
U LOTS OF INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT AND TRUCKS IN STOCK!!
A COMPUTE LINE OF PARTS AND SERVICE
WENGER'S FARM MACHINERY, INC.
SOUTH RACE STREET. PHONE
MYERSTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 717-866-2138
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For Sale - Fox Terrier Pups, Call
445-6067 M. Mervin Weaver.
For Sale - Two very nice
Registered Holstein Heifers, due;
Also hay, Ist and 2nd cutting.
Phone 464-3136 or 464-3128.
For Sale - John Deere horse
drawn corn planter, Model
number 999, Phone 464-2050.
Border Collie Pups - 3 males
available, born Mar. 6,
Registered - Parents work,
certified, farm raised from
imported stock. Phone 717-548-
WOOD SHAVINGS. Ideal for
work-ways and bedding. $l2 per
ton Can be delivered in bulk loads
aA 10-12 tons. Less expensive than
straw or tanbark. Contact Bob
Geist at Leola Supply Co. Inc. Ph.
Wanted - Good used tomato
baskets. Write John B. King, Box
432, Paradise RDI, Pa. 17562.
Organic Vegetables wanted!
Call or bring to
601 W. Lemon St.
For Sale - Fence Posts. Phone
203 with loader
Phono 394-3047 or 626-2191
CHICKEN HOUSES IN
SULATED WITH SPRAYABLE
URETHANE FOAM. AH types of
construction. For free estimate
call Conestoga Chemicals &
Plastics, foe. 397-3724. After 5:00
P.M. call 872-2233.
'Livestock For Sole
Purebred Yorkshire boars, bred
gilts and open gilts, carcass
championship bloodlines. Willow
Glen Farm, RDI Strasburg, Pa.
PH: Ac 717-786-2562
Zimmerman Boy Killed
A four-year-old county boy was
crushed to death by a farm
tractor on his father’s farm near
Rothsville early Wednesday
The victim was Marvin M.
Zimmerman, a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Titus Zimmerman of Lititz
Warwick Twp. police said the
boy was knocked to the ground by
a drifting manure spreader, then
killed when one of the rear steel
cleated wheels of a farm tractor
ran over his head.
He was pronounced dead at the
scene by Dr. Joseph W. Grosh,
850 with loader
4000 with loader
Wants to Buy - Registered
Holstein Heifer Calves. Phone
Wants to Buy - Red & White
Holstein Calves. Kenneth D.
Myer, RD3, Elizabethtown, Pa.
Need Extra Income? Raise hogs
on contract. Phone 717-442-4632
Lititz deputy coroner. Dr. Grosh
said the boy died instantly. He
sustained a crushed head and
chest and multiple fractures, the
coroner added. He said an
autopsy will be performed.
Warwick Twp. Police Chief
Paul Haines said the accident
occurred shortly after 1 p.m. on
the Zimmerman farm, located
along Route 772 near Rothsville.
The child was helping his uncle,
TsaacS Zimmerman, 24, hook up
the manure spreader onto a
tractor in front of the barn.
Marvin was born on the Lititz
RD4 farm of his parents, Titus S.
and Mary R. Martin Zim
In addition to his parents, he is
survived by a sister, Ellen M.
Zimmerman and a brother, Elvin
M. Zimmerman, both at home.
He is also survived by maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Weaver W. Martin, New Holland
RDI; maternal greatgrand
mother, Mrs. Lydia Ann Martin,
New Holland RDI; paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Menno B. Zimmerman, Leola
RDI; and paternal greatgrand
mother, Lena Z. Shirk, East Earl
SHORT NOTICE COW SALE
At New Holland Sales Stables, Inc.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 25 at 7:30 P.M. Sharp
Complete milking herd dispersal of
Chester H. Soltys and Son, Spring City, Pa.
80 HEAD OF
H fpSih HOLSTEINS
60 Registered and 20 Grade
This was the high herd in Chester County on DHIA in
1972, 16,847 Milk and 696 Fat.
1 "EX” cow with 5 records over 20,000 M and up to
1143 of Fat. She has 2 daughters selling. 1 a “GP"
Sired by Osborndale Ivanhoe has a 2 year old record of
16.210 M and 719 F. The other a Performer daughter
with 2 yr. record of 16,000 M and 600 F.
An 85 Pt. Bonus daughter, a real show heifer, making
a good 2 yr. old record. Her dam is “VG” Apollo with
over 1,000 lb. fat.
Several cows in this herd have records over 20,000
Milk and 5 with over 1,000 Fat.
Don’t miss this sale if you need milk. These cows are
averaging over 50 lbs. per day with many bred to
freshen in Sept, and Oct.
Catalogs night of sale. Herd is certified and ac
credited. Cows Represented by |
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday. May 19,1973
Livestock For Sole
Livestock For Sole
SPF origin Hybrids bred to meet
demand of commercial producer.
Excellent litter size and growth
rate. Final cross is four-way
cross which adds vigor and
carcass quality. Jet Age Swine
Breeders, Inc., Nicholas Kohut,
Hampshire and Yorkshire Ser
vice Age Boars and Bred Gilts.
Contact John Strawbridge,
Stewartstown, Pa. 17363, Phone
Wanted - Holstein Heifers which
will freshen within 12 weeks and
sound cows which will freshen
within 8 weeks. J. B. Keller &
Bro. Mount Joy, Pa., Phone 717-
4 Prices Listed
The April uniform price for
base milk in the federal order 4,
Philadelphia, market area
decreased 8 cents from the
previous month. Excess milk
showed an increase of 4 cents.
In comparison to April levels
one year ago base milk was up 63
cents and excess up 69 cents.
The weighted average price for
the market was $7.17, an increase
of 60 cents over April 1972.
A total of 393 million pounds of
producer milk was pooled in
April of which 61.44 percent was
sold as Class I, showing a
decrease of 4.9 percent of
deliveries made in March, and 1.5
percent increase over April a
year ago. 8,155 Order No. 4
producers provided 13.1 million
pounds per day to dealers during
April, averaging 1,607 pounds per
day per farm. Total value of
producer milk was set at
$28,271,552.08 for the month.
The base milk price was $7.44,
the excess price was $5.57 and the
butterfat differential was $0,071.