Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 22, 1975, Image 16

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    16—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Nov. 22, 1975
Two Lancaster Co. gals show champion capons
MT. JOY - Judy Stoltxfus,
a member of the E-town -
Donegal 4-H Club here and
Doris Hershey, representing
the Litltr - Manheim 4-H
Capon Club exhibited the
grand champion'capons at
two roundups held Tuesday
In Lancaster County.
Early Tuesday morning,
members of the E-town
Donegal 4-H Club gathered
at Hostetter's Banquet Hall
here for their capon exhibit
Doris Hershey Lititz, exhibited the grand
champion pair of capons at the Lititz-Manheim
Roundup sponsored by the Manheim Rotary Club.
John Huber’s entry was named as the reserve
champion pair.
Milk output decreases
HARRIBSURG - Milk
production in Pennsylvania
last month decreased from a
year ago, according to the
Crop Reporting Service.
Milk production was 566
million pounds, down one
percent from a year ago. The
number of milk cows in the
Commonwealth during
October was 686,000 head,
unchanged from the
previous month but 2,000
below a year earlier.
Production per cow
averaged 825 pounds in
October, down one percent
from a year ago but two
percent above October 1973.
United States milk
production during October is
estimated at 9,205 million
pounds, up 0.9 percent from
a year earlier. U.S. milk
production per cow averaged
Here’s where to install grab
bars in showers: 56 to 60
inches high or just above the
soap dish.
and sale. Judy Stoltzfus, a
member of the club and
Lancaster County’s Poultry
Princess, captured first
place with her capons which
were sold at a meeting of Mt.
Joy Rotary Club,* for $1.30
per pound. The Rotations
awarded Judy an additional
$l4 for having the out
standing capons and project
book.
Glenn Sauder, son of Mr.
827 pounds, 12 pounds above
a year ago and 36 pounds
above October 1973. Milk
cows on farms during Oc
tober totaled 11,126,000 head,
down 6,000 from a month
earlier and 0.7 percent below
a year earlier.
STOLTZFUS MEAT MARKET
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Bacon and Country Cured Hams
Orders taken for freezer
Meats—Custom Butchering
PH. 768-3941
Directions: 1 block east of Intercourse
on Rt. 772
Reg. Hours: Thurs. 9-5; Frl. 9-8; Sat 9-5
Glenn Sauder.a member of the E-town - Donegal
4-H Club exhibited the reserve champion capons at
the club's round-up held earlier this week in-Mt
Joy.
and Mrs. Roy Sander, Mt.
Joy R 2, exhibited the reserve
grand Champion capons at
the same round-up.
Later in the evening, Doris
Hersbey, a 4-Her from the
Lititz-Manheim Club
received grand champion
award at a round-up spon
sored by the Manheim
Rotary at Evan's
Restaurant.
Miss Hersbey’s capon sold
for $3l to Mervin Sauder of
Sauder Chevrolet in
Manheim. The 4-Her’s sister,
Linda had shown the reserve
grand champion capons at a
roundup held last week for
the Northern Lancaster
Kiwanis. The girls are the
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Richard Hersbey, Lititz.
John Huber, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Huber, Millport
Rd., Lititz, captured the
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(Farmersville)
reserve grand champion
honors at the Manheim
roundup and won $7 from the
Rotary for his efforts. Huber
had been the grand cham
pion winner at the round-up
held last week also.
Both of the roundups were
Judged by Prof. Kennit Birth
of the Penn State extension.
The county Rotary members
purchased some 80 birds at
the two round-ups making
several 4-Hers Just a little
richer for the year.
Judy Stol’zfus
exhibited the champion
pair of capons at the E
town - Donegal round-up
on Tuesday morning. The
youth's birds sold for
$1.30 per pound.
Phone
Bus. 717-354-4271