Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 29, 1973, Image 19

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Victor Longenecker, left, beamed as presentation took place October 11 during
Lancaster County Agent Max Smith the annual 4-H leaders banquet at the
presented him with an award for his 40 Farm and Home Center,
years of service as a 4-H leader. The
Herd management for high production was members were, left to right, James Horton,
the theme for a panel discussion held Raymond Witmer, Rohrer Witmer and John
March 6 during Lancaster County Dairy Yost
Day at the Farm and Home Center. Panel
Linda Kauffman, exhibited
the top Holstein in the 4-to-5-
year-old class at January’s
Pennsylvania Farm Show in
Harrisburg.
Ruby Ginder, left, Sharon Henley and Dennis Hostetter were
the three FFA calf winners announced October 4 during the
Lancaster County FFA Judging Contest; held at the Manheim
Community Farm Show. The calves were donated by local
Holstein, Ayrshire and Guernsey breed associations. ~ ,
If you think from this photo that the
Pennsylvania Milk Marketing Board - Nina
Gowell, left, Harry Kapleau, center, and. ■ ••
Lancaster Farming. Saturday. Pecember 29,1973—19
Harvey Sauder, left, took top honors in the contour plowing
contest held July 24 during Lancaster County Conservation
Field Day. The level land contest was won by Merle Groff,
right.
A lot of strange things happened this year at the Lancaster
Stock Yards, and not the least of those strange happenings
was this sight of a man riding a Charolais bull into the sale
ring.
Linn Huber - didn’t have much to laugh
about this year, you’re right.
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