Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 31, 1977, Image 79

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56.19 without the champions
at an average weight of 210
pounds. The total cash in
take for 54 head was
$6,677.37.
A list of the buyers from
the sales includes Penn
Jersey Harvestore,
Balsbaugh Insurance,
Schaefferstown; Ebersole
Pontiac, Lebanon; Agway,
Lancaster; Agway,
Lebanon; Harry Bachman,
Annville; People's National
Bank, Lebanon; Evergreen
Tractor Co., Lebanon;
Palmyra Feed and Gram,
Palmyra; R. and J. Motors,
Lebanon; Pioneer Seeds, Joe
Kreider, Lebanon; Schaeffer
Lawn and Landscaping,
Myerstown; and LeAnn
Yorkshires, Lebanon.
Harry Bachman was
auctioneer.
A complete list of the show
placings follows.
DEC
Dairymen, visit the Bou-Matic booth at the Farm Show to see
new equipment and a remarkable offer. Announcing reduced
prices on a new Teat Dip and heat recovery system.
As a thank you for looking at the
Bou-Matic equipment for 1978 we
want you to have a price break on
two new important developments.
We are offering 20% off the list
price of Therma«Stor if purchased
in January. You can save $320 on
the 170 gallon model and $240 on
the 100 gallon model.
Try a new teat dip
To encourage you to try our new
Teat Dip we are offering a 58%
discount. A gallon will only cost you
$2.00 (regular price is $4.77)
LLOYD E
KREIDERCO
Cochranville, PA
(215)932-4700
CARL SHIRK
Lebanon, PA
(717) 274-1436
LANDIS FARMSTEAD
AUTOMATION
Milton, PA
(717)437-2375
MARKET SWINE SHOW
160-192 pounds
1. Jay Bomgardner, Ann
ville R 3; 2. Tom Arnold,
Lebanon R 7; 3. Tom Arnold,
4. Jodi Kreider, Lebanon Rl;
5. Jodi Kreider.
193-200 pounds
1. Jay Bomgardner,
(reserve grand champion);
2. Gary Mase, Lebanon R 5;
3. Tom Seaman, GrantviUe
Rl; 4. Daniel Seaman,
GrantviUe Rl; 5. Scott
Eckenrode, Rexmont.
201-212 pounds
1. Jodi Kreider, 2. Bonnie
Arnold, 3. Tom Seaman, 4.
Tom Arnold; 5. Edwin
Houser, Lebanon R 5.
213-230 pounds
1. Gary Mase, 2. Edwin
Houser, 3. Bonnie Arnold, 4.
Jodi Kreider, 5. Edwm
Houser.
231 pounds
and over
1. Tom Arnold, (grand
MILKING SYSTEMS
FARM SHOW
SPECIAL
20% DISCOUNT
THERM A*
STOR
MODEL 100
& 170
Designed to fit any
existing system, the
THERMA»STOR HRS is the
ultimate example of energy
conservation
The THERMA»S T TR HRS
will produce all of yc dairy
hot water needs without
the use of electricity or fuel
Thank you
20% off
JONES DAIRY SERVICE TRI-STATE AUTOMATION MENDENHALL DAIRY
Lester Jones, Jr Gerald D Poffenberger SUPPLY
Medford, NJ Hagerstown MD Gerald Mendenhall
(609) 267-5246 (301) 731 3598 Pa
Wilford Plummer (814) 849 5539
Frederick, MD
(301)662-4403
CLUGSTON IMPLEMENT
Chambersburg, PA
(717) 263-4103
SHENKS FARM SERVICE
Lititz, PA
(717)626-1151
champion); 2. Elaine
Houser, Lebanon R 5; 3.
Marilyn Deaven,
Fredericksburg Rl; 4. Tom
Seaman, 5. Tom Arnold.
SWINE FITTING
CONTEST
8,9,10 years old
1. Marlin Deaven, 2,
Edwin Houser.
11,12,13 years old
Jodi Kreider, 2. Mark
Deaven, Fredericksburg Rl;
3. Scott Eckenrode.
14 years and over
1. Tom Arnold, 2. Jay
Bomgardner, 3. Bonnie
Arnold.
Champions
Champion fitter - Jodi
Kreider; reserve champion
fitter - Tom Arnold.
SWINE SHOWMANSHIP
CONTEST
8,9,10 years old
1. Marlin Deaven,
Fredericksburg Rl; 2.
Edwin Houser.
11,12,13 years old
1. Jodi Kreider, 2. Mark
Deaven, 3. Scott Eckenrode.
DEC
Name
Address
Tele
'horn
Herd Size
This coupon when validated good
for one gallon of Half per cent
lodine Teat Dip for $2.00 and a
20% discount on Therma»Stor.
Limit one of each per herd
Offer expires Jan. 31,1978
Bring this coupon to booth 479 and
we will explain how you can save on
these offers.
This offer valid only at these par
ticipating dealers
TOWNVILLE A & D SUPPLY LAWTON DAIRY EQUIP
Bob Foote George Lawton
TownviHe, PA Wellsboro, PA
(814)967-2195 (717)724 3015
14 years and over
1. Jay Bomgardner, 2.
Tom Arnold, 3. Bonnie Ar
nold.
Champions
Champion showman - Jay
Bomgardner; reserve
champion showman - Tom
Arnold.
MARKET STEER SHOW
Middleweight
1. Dorene Eberly,
Newmanstown Rl; 2. Edwin
Houser.
Light Heavyweight
1. Danita Layser, Myer
stown Rl; 2. Bryan Eberly,
Newmanstown Rl; 3. Judy
Early, Lebanon.
Heavyweight
1. Bonnie Arnold (grand
champion), 2. Paul Miller,
Lebanon; 3. Chris Patches,
Lebanon R 7.
Baddy Steers
1. Jay Bomgardner, 2.
Patrick Gerdes, Lebanon; 3.
Tom Arnold.
COOLING SYSTEM
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BEEF FITTING
CONTEST
8,9,10 years old
1. Edwin Houser, 2. Bryan
Eberly.
11,12,13, years old
1. Danita Layser, 2.
Patrick Gerdes, 3. Dorene
Eberly, 4. Judy Early.
14 and over
1. Jay Bomgardner, 2.
Bonnie Arnold, 3. Tom Ar
nold, 4. Paul Miller, 5. Chris
Patches.
Champions
Champion fitter - Danita
Layser; reserve champion
fitter - Jay Bomgardner.
BEEF SHOWMANSHIP
CONTEST
8,9,10 years old
1. Bryan Eberly, 2. Edwin
Houser.
11,12,13, years old
1. Dorene Eberly, 2.
Patrick Gerdes, 3. Damta
Layser, 4. Judy Early.
14 years and over
1. Tom Arnold, 2. Jay
Bomgardner, 3. Bonnie
Arnold, 4. Paul Miller, 5.
Chris Patches.
Champions
Grand champion showman
- Tom Arnold; reserve
champion showman - Jay
Bomgardner.
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ASCS FINANCING
Early Order Discounts
Tam Agri Coi
Dillsburg, P,
(717)432
Pa. cattle
firm reinstated
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Cattle
Sales, Inc., Scenery Hill,
Pa., has been reinstated as a
registered market agency
under the Packers and
Stockyards Act, U.S.
Department of Agriculture
officials say.
The firm does business as
Scenery Hill Stockyard. Its
trade territory is m south
western Pennsylvania.
Cattle Sales, Inc., was
suspended Nov. 14 until the
firm complied fully with the
bonding requirements. The
firm has now filed the
required bond and a sup
plemental order has been
issued which terminates the
suspension portion of the
order.
However, the cease and
desist portions of the
previous order remain in
force. This order, similar to
a permanent injunction, is to
insure future compliance
with the Packers and
Stockyards (P&S) Act.
The P&S Act is a fair trade
practices law. It promotes
and maintains fair and open
competition in the
marketing of livestock,
poultry and meat.