Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 30, 1977, Image 9

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    i iTOstnck mariffit and auction news
Pa. Auction Summary
April 22,1977 some uneveness, mostly
CATTLE 9309. -Compared strong to $2 higher,
with 8313 head last week, and STEERS: High Choice &
9161 head « year ago. Prime No. 3-4 39.50-41.85,
Compared with last week’s Choice No. 24 1000-1350 lbs.
market, slaughter steers 50 38.7541.75, Good 34.50-38.25,
cents to $l, spots $2 higher. Standard 32.00-35.00, few
Slaughter heifers strong to $1 Utility 27.00-32.00.
higher. Slaughter cows HEIFERS: Choice No. 2-3
mostly 25 cents to $1 higher. 35.00-38.50, Good 32.00-36.00,
Slaughter bullocks unevenly Standard 30.00-33.00, few
steady. Slaughter bulls Utility 24.00-30.00. COWS:
uneven, mostly steady to Utility & High Dressing
$1.50 higher. Feeder Cattle Cutter 29.50-32.50. few to
EAR CORnIaIE J
t ALSO; CERTIFIED SEED CORN ♦
♦ Every Wednesday at 12 Noon +
2 At David Good's Farm Equipment Sale 4
+ North Maple Ave.,Leola, PA ?
t HARVEY Z. MARTIN ♦
4 Home Phone 215445-5303 T
4 WeßnyOnOrders a
4 Bus. Phone Wed. Only I
f 717-656-7270 I
We also buy hay and straw privately.
| WHEAT, CORN I
I GRAINS, SOYBEANS |
| Increased root form- p
i ation and better utiliza- %
i tion of nutrients for %
I faster and stronger
| growth SEED INOCULANTi
Increased yields-15-20%
Living nitrogen fixing bacteria cultures isolated,
adapted and packaged for planter or drill box
application.
\ NATURAL DEVELOPMENT C(U
Box 215
Bainbridge, PA 17502
Phone 717-367-1566
L & M AIR & WOOLEN ENTERPRISE
tfp Quafity Electrified Moutons ft Furs
Cj Tannery Direct Dist. • Wholesale ft Retail
4SaeßUr> Check our Quafity, Price ft Services!
• Woolen Hosp. Pads - Natural ft All Colors
• Pa. Laiyest Selection of Woolen Products
p Sheepskin Coats at Reasonable Prices
• See Us At Meadowbrook Market in Leola
117 W. Summit St., Mohnton, Pa.
215-777-2465
Hours: Mon. Fri. 9-8:30; Sal. 9-5
WILLING TO PUT COMPLETE
MILKHOUSE SET-UPS
In Nittany, White Deer Valley, Perry County
ON HAND
LEHIGH CONDENSING UNITS
LISTER & DEUTZ DIESELS -
LR-1 4 H.P. at 1800 R.P.M.
SR-1 6 H.P. at 1800 R.P.M.
SR-2 12 H.P. at 1800 R.P.M.
ST-2 14.6 H.P. at 1800 R.P.M.
HR-2 25 H.P. at 1800 R.P.M.'
HR-3 37.5 H.P. at 1800 R.P.M.
HR-4 50 H.P. at 1800 R.P.M.
F2L-912 20-32 H. P. at 1800 R.P.M.
Quincy Air Compressor
NEW & USED CAN & BULK
MILK COOLERS
You get quality installation for less'money at
BVLER’S DIESEL REFRIGERATION
& PLUMBING
Star Route, Rt 655
BeUeyflle, Pa. 17004
Phone Peachey 717-4834040
33.00, Commercial 28.00-
31.00, few to 32.50, Cutters
27.75-31.00, earners 24.75-
28,85, Shells down to 20.00.
BULLOCKS: Choice 35.00-
39.50, Good 33.00-37.50, few
Standard 31.50-35.00, few
Utility 30.00-33.00. BULLS;
Yield Grade No. 1 1000-2200
lbs. 34.50-38.50; yield grade
No. 2 900-1700 lbs. 29.50-36.00.
FEEDER CATTLE; Good &
Choice 300-700 lbs. feeder
steers 33.0041.75, Medium &
Good 300-700 lbs. 29.00-37.50;
Good & Choice 300-800 lbs.
feeder heifers 28.00-37.00,
few to 45.00, Medium & Good
300-600 lbs. 23.00-33.00; Good
& Choice 400-700 lbs. feeder
bulls 30.00-38.00, Medium &
Good 300-700 lbs. 26.00-36.00.
CALVES 4130. Compared
with 3886 lead last week, and
4418 head a 'year ago.
Vealers steady to $3 higher,
spots $5 higher.
VEALERS: Prime 66.00-
76.50, few to 84.00, Choice
59.00- Good 48.00-65.00,
Standard & Good 110-130 lbs.
38.00- 90-110 lbs. 33.00-
42.00, Standard 70-90 lbs.
25.00- Utility 50-85 lbs.
19.00- Farm Calves,
holstein bulls 90-125 lbs.
35.00- holstein heifers
90-115 lbs. 31.00-50.00.
HOGS 7683. Compared
with 6589 head last week, and
6671 head a year ago.
Barrows & Gilts highly
uneven, extremes 50 cents
higher to $1 lower.
VINTAGE SALES STABLES, INC.
10 mi. East of Lancaster
on Rt. 30
Box 100, Paradise, PA
717-442-4181
or 768-8204
EVERY IHURSDAY AT 12 NOON
Hay, Straw & Grain Sale
We have plenty of good buyers each week.
We need consigners.
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Contact:
L Robert Frame, manager
Sealcrete con paint your farm
quickly and
READ
LANCASTER FARMING
FOR FULL
MARKET REPORTS
all for J^ree
estimate
HYDRAULIC AERIAL EQUIPMENT
BARROWS & GILTS: US
No. 1-2 200-240 lbs. 37.50-
39.50, few to 40.00, No. 1-3 200-
250 lbs. 36.00-38.00, No. 2-3
190-260 lbs. 34.50-37.50, No. 2-
4 250-300 lbs. 30.50-35.00, No.
1-3 140-185 lbs. 30.00-35.00.
Sows mostly steady to $1
higher. US No. 1-3 300-550 lbs.
29.00- No. 2-3 300-600
lbs. 26.00-29.00. Boars 16.00-
24.00, few to 26.25.
FEEDER PIGS 1480.
Compared with 1563 head
last week, and 1499 head a
year ago. Feeder pigs
unevenly steady to $2 higher,
spots $4 higher. US No. 1-3 20-
35 lbs. feeder pigs 18.00-31.00
per head. No. 1-3 35-50 27.00-
37.00, few No. 1-3 50-100 lbs.
33.00- Utility 15-45 lbs.
13.00- per head.
GRADED FEEDER PIG
SALES 1250. Compared with
2244 head last week, feeder
pigs were mostly strong to
$lO higher cwt. US No. 1-3 30-
45 lbs. 98.00-116.00, 45-60 lbs.
88.00- No. 2-3 25-40 lbs.
93.00- 40-60 lbs. 80.00-
95.00, Utility 35-55 lbs. 44.00-
57.00,
SHEEP 619. Compared
with 399 head last week, and
1369 head a year ago. Spring
slaughter lambs steady to $5
higher. Choice 30-50 lbs.
spring slaughter lambs 62.00-
79.50, 50-90 lbs. 55.00-64.00;
Choice 60-110 lbs. wooled
slaughter lambs 50.00-59.00,
Good 65-95 lbs. 40.00-54.00.
Slaughter ewes 5.00-17.00.
inexpensively ...
LancasterFar/ning, Saturday, Apr i 130,1977—
Monday, April 25,1977
Reported receipts of 396 1000; Mules 450-650, better
head sold stronger than last horses 300-890; driving
week. horses 150685; riding horses
Load of Riding out of lowa, 175-300; lightweight killers
400-800; 2 loads of Riding, 24-26; Heavyweight killers
Driving and Work horses out 33-35; mare ponies 25-55,
of Term, work single 800-1125, colts 10-25; geldings 20-50,
driving 425-960, riding 350- and larger ponies 65-140.
675.
Wednesday, April 27
Reported receipts of 107 Load of New York, fresh 740-
cows, 20 heifers and 8 bulls 1400; springers 725-800; Load
sold stronger than last week, of Wisconsin, fresh 630-880.
Load of Penna. cows, fresh Local consigned cows 450-
475-610; Load of Penna. 975; Spring heifers 510-660;
cows, fresh 605665; Load of Bulls 325-400.
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
OF YOUR SPRING
PLANTING NEEDS OF
TROJAN SEED CORN
pgi&r
In Eastern Penna. & New Jersey Contact Your
Local Trojan Dealer Or
Regional Sales Manager
EUGENE HOOVER
s4rxkrr^ RD3 ' Litilz - Pa 17543^TRst 1 »
IWF.WS* 717-5690755
buildings.
CONTACT^
John W. King, Salesman
Seal Crete, Inc.
[MAIN OFFICE)
Ro2.Ephrata.PA
717-859-1127
New Holland
Horse
Local work horses 500-
New Holland
Dairy
Maryland, springers 550690;
; !
[WESTERN OFFICE)
Box 365, Martmsburf, PA
114-793-3716
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