Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, February 26, 1977, Image 55

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    Families return to natural methods of childbirth
By JOANNE SPARE
Editor’s note: Conscious
Cooperative Childbirth,
otherwise known to the
layman as natural child
birth, is fast gaining in
popularity. It has become
such a topic of interest and
concern that television
shows have used it as a base
for stories, and movies have
been centered around the life
of childbirth coaches.
Lancaster Fanning heard of
such a childbirth coach in a
rural area of Lancaster
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GROSS INCOME - NET PROFIT
THERE X DIFFERENCE?
Yes, and it is very important to know the difference.
It is not nearly as important to know how much a ton of feed costs as
it is to know the profit per cow per day over total feed cost, because
that is what you have left to take to the bank.
Many farmers today have been tricked into buying something
without even knowing if they need it. There is only one way to get the
most profit per head of livestock and that is to test what you feed and
feed accordingly. With today’s rising feed costs the dairyman cannot
afford to feed by guesswork any longer. He must know what is in his
silage, hay and grain and make the grain ration according to these
tests, properly balancing the protein & energy, calcium & phosphorus,
vitamins & trace minerals, so that they meet the requirements of
today’s cow with high levels of production.
If you would like to know more about the Agri-King way of feeding
cows, please contact your nearest serviceman or wirte to George
Delong, 225 w. Woods Drive, Lititz, Pa. 17543.
Southeastern Penna,
George F. Delong
Regional Manager
225 West Woods Dnve
Libtz, PA 17543
Call Collect 717-626-0261
Eastern Lancaster Co.
Melvin Herr
RD2 New Holland. PA 17557
Ph 717-354 5977
North Western Lancaster Co. Northeast lefts Co
Earl B. Cinder Roger Heler
RD2. Manheim. PA 17545 rqi, Robesoma PA
Phone 717-665-3126 Phone 215 693-6160
Southern Lancaster Co,
James L. Yoder
Henry Delong, Jr. Chester Co. Regional Manager
RO2 Box 69 VfiSam Windle 250 Edwards Ave
Peach Bottom, PA 17563 RDI. Atglen. PA 19310 Chambersburg PA 17201
Phone 717-548-3471 Phone 215-593 6143 Call Colled 717 264 9321
County and was interested in
hearing her story. She
consented to tell her ex
periences because she feels
that it is her mission in life,
and she is more than willing
to inform women on an
easier and better way to
have their babies.
MANHEIM, Pa. - “Ever
since I was a child on the
farm, I have had a very
natural feeling about
says Mrs. Henry
Blank, Manheim R 2. “I
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Lebanon Co.
Ben Greenawalt Marvin Meyer
RD2 Conestoga. PA 17516 RD2. Box 157
Phone. 717-872-5686 Annville. PA 17003
Phone: 717-867-1445
item Lancaster Co.
Aldus R. King
RDI, Box 67A
Atglen, PA 19310
Phone 215-593-5952
These women are practicing their relaxation
exercises at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blank.
The ladies assisting are taking the role of the
Penna,
Lehigh t Northampton Co.
Thomas Hast
Main Street
Alburtis PA 18101
Phone. 215-965-5124
toirth Central Ptnna
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Salads
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set. Add other ingredients,
shaping cream cheese into
marble-size balls. Spoon into
mold and chill till set.
Variation: Substitute
.walnuts for pecans and %
' cup stuffed olives, sliced, for
the pineapple.
For more salad recipes,
look for the March Issue of
“Home on the Range.” And,
if you want to liven up a
meal, take Doris Thomas’
suggestion and try looking
through cookbooks for new
salad ideas.
GOING BACK INTO PRODUCTION
THE NEW IDEA MODEL 206
GROUND DRIVE SPREADERS
UMBERGER'S MILL
Lebanon R.D. 4 (FONTANA) 717-867-5161
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Feb. 26,1977—55
husband and are coaching the women lying on the
pillows.
Know Where the Activities Will Be?
Read the Farm Women Calendar.
YESTERDAY’S EQUIPMENT
DOESN’T HELP
TODAY’S FARMER.
NEITHER DOES
YESTERDAY’S INSURANCE.
Bataie Seiviees ißSUßasiee
Meeting Tomorrow’s Needs Today
5 Eact Main Street • Mechaniccburg. Pa 17055 • (717) 766-7621
ALL HORSE FARMERS