Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 12, 1975, Image 66

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    66—Lancaster Farming. Saturday. July 12. 1975
Agricultural progress
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to match the Federal grants.
The provision! recognized
that States with the largest
rural populations were least
able to support Institutions to
promote agriculture, and
provided the least funds for
3ricultural research and
ucation.
Half of the new funds
authorized for Federal use
financed establishment of
nine regional laboratories
which are administered by
USDA in cooperation with
the experiment stations.
Another deep well of funds
for both Federal and State
TRY A CLASSIFIED
PUBLIC SALE
Holstein Doiry Herd,
Dairy Equipment & Corn
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 17,1975
Beginning at 6:00 P.M. Sharp
Located 2 miles Southeast of Fawn Grove A about 3 miles North of
Bush's Comer, alone the Rocks Rd. | Rt. 24| in Harford Co., MD.
30 Hood Grade Holstein Dairy Cattle ’
Herd consists of 24 milk cows, 2 springers and 4
young open hfrs. The majority of these cows are bred
for Aug., Sept., & Oct. freshening. Md. A.B.C. Sire
Power Breeding has been used on this farm for approx.
15 yrs. with several top blood lines selling in this sale
like 3 - Heatherstone Lucky Daughters; 3 Woodbine
Ivanhoe Dandy daughters; 1 Westfall Glamour Boy
Ironman & 2 Rag Apple and others. Don’t miss this sale
for good herd replacements. Health charts will be
furnished.
Dairy Equipment & Corn
Zero 260 gal. S.S. bulk tank; 3 Surge milker units;
Surge Model SP-22 vacuum pump; S.S. wash vat;
strainer; buckets and dumping station; feed cart;
approx. 1,000 bu. ear com.
Mr. & Mrs. John Tyson
Pylesvilie, MD, owners
Terms:,Cash or Approved Check
Robert L. Sechrist, Auctioneer
Phone 382-4379
Anderson, Clerk
Not Responsible For Accidents
Refreshment Rights Reserved
research was the Research
and Marketing Act of IMS.
Working together.
Cooperation between the
State experiment stations
and the USDA has been
mandated by every
agricultural appropriation
act since 1887. Congressional
committees are alert for
evidences of wasteful
duplication of research.
The experience of a cen
tury is that successful
agricultural research and
education is a long-time
proposition. Although there
are immediate benefits,
major innovations require a
long period for development.
Even after a new practice is
perfected, changing cir
cumstances may postpone
adoption.
Delayed Impact. For
example, the breakthroughs
in genetics and chemistry in
the first third of this century
did not begin to appear in
farming until the mid-1930'5.
The full impact was delayed
by the Depression and the
outbreak of World War 11.
The rate of adoption did not
reach flood tide until the
1950's and 1960'5.
Much of the backlog of
reserve technology has now
been put to use. This is
reason for concern because
of rising costs of research,
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PUBLIC AUCTION
COMPLETE DISPERSAL SALE OF
FARM MACHINERY AND
EQUIPMENT
Havini sold the Todd Farms and to settle the ROSS S. TODD Estate
Trust, the undersifned Trustee will sen the following at Public
Auction on the FYLESVILLE FARM located on JENKINS ROAD. -
between SI. Mary’s and Wheeler School Roads • oft of Md. Rte. #165
{PXLESVILLE ROAD) - 3 miles Southwest of DELTA, PA (via Pa. Rte.
#74) and 10 miles Northeast ol JARRETTSVILLE, MD (via Md. Rte.
#l6s| in PYLESVILLE near WHITEFORO, Harford County, MD.
SATURDAY, JULY 19,1975
at 10:30 A.M. (EDST)
TRACTORS: J-D 3010 w-sidemount mower; IHC 504
w-mower and 4 row cultivator; 3 IHC Farmall ‘M’; 6
IHC Farmall ‘H’; IHC Farmall ‘C’.
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT: 4 bottom plows;
Int’l Disc; J-D Discs; Int’l 8 ft. Offset Disc;
Springtooth Harrow; Cultipacker; Ford Cultivator; 2
J-D Disc Drills; Int’l Drill; 2 N-I Manure Spreaders;
Ford Hay Conditioner; 2 N-H Rakes; M-H 56 Rake; 3
N-H Balers; Int’l Baler; 3 Bale Throwers; 5 Hay
Wagons; Wagon w-Corn Box; 2 Corn Boxes; Woods
Rotary Mower; 2 Elevators; J-D No. 12 Field Har
vester w-grass head; J-D No. 115 Chuck Wagon; N-H
Ensilage Blower w-pipe; 1 row IntT Com Picker; other
farm items.
TERMS: CASH
EUGENE TODD, Trustee
Bei Air, MD 3QI-838-4877
John H. O’Neill, Auctioneer
Forest Hill, MD
Lunch available on the grounds
2 PUBLIC SALES
SEES in SMII su
Valuable Upholstery Shop Equipment - In
ventory - Stock and Office Equipment at 11
Houston Ave. Montgomery, Pa.
THE NIGHT OF TOES., JULY IS, 1975
Circular table saw; table press; band saw; bench
drill; bench grinder; 2- % H.P. motors; 2 cutting
machines; John Wood compressor w-200 PSI motor;
shop vacuum; vise; Veneer trimmer; industrial Mod.
225 sewing machine; air hose and pipeline; work
benches, hand truck; 20 dollies; good 8’ refrigerator;
35 unfinished chairs; 17 unassembled desks; chip
board-vinal-fabrics, etc.; 6 finished sample chairs;
office desk; 3M copier; air conditioner; file cabinet;
floor fan; Sandrite bench sander; etc.
ALSO WED. NIGHT, JULY 16, 1975
6:30 P.M.
Valuable Garage Equipment at the rear 222
Market St., South Williamsport.
Complete “Bear” telematic front end elignment
machine and accessories Mod. No. 650, good; Bear
True Toe alignment machine Mod. No. 240 - good.
Power Rack Mod. 163; 7 jacks including 2 ton crane
jack; jack stands; jack pads; battery charger; bubble
balancer; 15Mi” drill press;- bench grinder; Uniweld
acetylene welder with gauge, good; Linde 230 Amp
welder; Black Hawk 2 ton (air) frame jack; rotary
hyd. car lift; Wagner brake bleeder; -2 big 4 tire
machines; Coats inflation station; air operated tire
spreader; Schramm gas powered air compressor; Sun
tuning machine; metal welding bench; work benches;
clothes lockers; metal cabinet; 6 drawer metal office
desk; large metal service desk with shelves; metal
parts cabinet; display racks; adding machine; office
chairs; headlight screen; 14 flourescent light fixtures;
good NCR cash register; check writer; vises; 3-8 and
Ms inch impact wrenches; spray gun; special service
tool cabinet; air chisel; many more.
Owners,
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Auct. Max Fraley and Son
717-546-6631
shrinking fundi, and the
growing complexity of the
problems. The cost of
maintaining one scientist for,
1 year rose from $37,000 in
1066 to $56,000 in 1973. Ap
propriations for research
were cut back in 1072-75.
However, the U.S. has
large staffs of highly trained,
well-equipped agricultural
researchers, com
municators, and educators.
This is a benefit of in--
calculable value as we enter
a period in which massive
problems of environmental
pollution, energy con
servation, and the pressure
of population on the food
supply move to the forefront.
6 P.M.
Demand for eggs
likely to strengthen
Demand for eggs in the
first half of calendar 1076
will likely be a little stronger
than a year earlier because
of Increasing real disposable
consumer incomes, higher
employment, and smaller
supplies of pork and turkeys.
Eggs will face more com
petition, however, from beef
and broilers. These views
are contained In the U.S.
Department of Agriculture
(USDA) publication “Egg
Marketing Facts - First Half
1976,” to be released about
July 7.
As stated in the report,
other prospects concerning
the egg industry during the
first half of 1976 include:
Costs of producing eggs
will hinge largely on the
outcome of this year’s com
and soybean crops. These
crops supply the major feed
ingredients and are used in -
HARRY RUDNICK & SONS, MC.
AUCTIONEERS
GafenaJND _ _ Phone 1301) 648-5100
specuT farm machTnly sale
MONDAY, JULY 21,1975
AT 12:00 NOON
Allis Chalmers 444 Baler w/kicker (1 yr). New Idea 205 bu manure
spreader Patz feed cart 42' elevator w/Bhp motor (like new). Masfen
self unloading wagon Gehl 1 row field chopper Gehl Blower w/60'
pipe & recut Inf flail chopper. Int hay crusher, 500 gal Esco milk
tank, etc Consigned by Geo H Leager
John Deere 4020 D Tractor. JD 5x16 Plows “Y disc 4 row rear
cult, rotary hoe. JO #27 spreader #307 rotary mower, #5 mower.
495 A planter Int #37 disc Ferguson 30 Tractor Woods L 59 rotary
mower etc
OTHER CONSIGNMENTS ARE BEING ACCEPTED Please call for
information There is a good demand for used farm machinery
convert your excess machinery into cash Low commission rates
"JOE RUDNICK. AUCTIONEER"
PUBLIC SALE
COMPLETE DISPERSAL
Trucks, Trailers, 2 Pick-Ups, Car, Truck Tires
Misc. Farm Implements & Household Goods
SATURDAY, JULY 26,1975
11:00 A.M.
SLATE HILL ROAD IN CHESTNUT LEVEL
4 Ml. SOUTH OF BUCK; 1 MILE OFF 272; 12 MILES NORTH MD.
LINE.
65 ft. International Truck Tractor - full screw, 250
Cummins engine, 10 speed ranger, rebuilt recently,
less .than 5000 miles
40 ft. Fruehalf screenside bulk goods trailer with a 22
ft. prentice hydraulic clam shell
45 ft. Fruehalf screenside bulk goods trailer
40 ft, Kingham flat steel trailer with 4 ft. tight grain
sides
40 ft. flat trailer with sliding tandem
40 ft. trailmobil open top equipped with false floor and
unloading elevator for bulk goods
36 ft. trailmobil with meat rails, heavy insulation
35 ft. single axle flat trader
32 ft. stainless steel storage van with single axle
1957 CHEVY PICKUP ( x k ton)
1959 CHEVY PICK-UP (Ms ton)
1940 DODGE TRUCK, 1 ton stake duel wheels (not
running)
1969 FORD FAIRLANE 4 Dr. Sdn.
6 new 1000-2012 ply truck tires, 8 new 1000-20 recaps, 30
good used 1000-20 & 22 truck tires - some mounted
Tubes, lights, filters, work benches, misc. parts, tools
- & equipment.
FARM MACHINERY
9N Ford Tractor 3 point hitch, WC Allis Chalmers
tractor with starter, 2 row tobacco planter, heavy duty
elevator, 40 hsp VP4 Wisconsin engine, cultivators for
Farmall C or Super C tractor, misc. items.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Refrigerator, reclining rocker, encyclopedias, lot of
old books, child’s desk, record players, children toys,
gun type oil burner units for house trailer.
TERMS: Cash&Checks (withldentification only)
SALE BY
JOE O'DONNELL
Lunch Available
Auctioneer: J. ROBERT WALTON
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS DAY OF
SALE
AUCT. NOTE: Mr. O’Donnell bought a farm in the
northern part of the state and has no further use of this
equipment. Everything must go.
Urge quantities by the egg
industry. Other production
costs, as well as those for
processing and marketing,
will also be greater.
A further reduction in
flock size during the second
half of 1975 will significantly
affect egg production in the
first half of next year. The
Uying flock on January 1
will likely be about 3 percent
smaller than a vear earlier.
Developed semiannually
by the Poultry Division of
USDA’s Agricultural
Marketing Service, "Egg
Marketing Facts" is
designed to help producers
tailor production to con
sumer needs.
Copies of the report will be
available from the In
formation Division,
Agricultural Marketing
Service, USDA, Washington,
D.C. 20250.