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Cl4—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 9,1980 Eliminate broken spreader chains MOLINE, IL - No dairyman who has in terrupted manure spreading in subzero weather, unloaded with a pitchfork, then repaired a broken conveyor chain, need ever repeat that chore. John Deere has eliminated the broken chain problem by eliminating the chain con veyor. The new 450 Hydra-Push Spreader utilizes the hydraulic pushoff principle, but with two significant improvements over earlier hydraulic spreaders: First, the pusher blade is driven by a two-stage hydraulic A.L. Herr sells bumper Sf. « ; %% ' * A.L. Herr Equipment Company, 312 South Park Avenue, Quarryville, received an award recently lor being the outstanding AVCO New Idea picker dealer in the Eastern Region for 1980. According to Tom Cooper, Eastern Regional Manager, the region extends from the Carolinas to Maine. A.L. Herr is a third generation business which has dealt in New Idea equipment for over 40 years. Shown from left during the presentation were; Bill Mark, New Idea territorial manager; Dave Trout. A.L. Herr sales; Steve Herr, sales, Tom Cooper presenting plaque to Ken Herr, manager of A.L. Herr; and Joe Kuhns, New idea regional sales manager. cylinder system which permits a shorter hitch for unproved maneuverability Second, the 450 uses a sliding “carrier floor” for more efficient movement of material toward the beaters and a more uniform spread pattern Unloading is sub stantially faster than for conventional spreaders comparable in size to the 225 bushel capacity of the new 450. And, as the blade is retracted after unloading, flexible bps on side and bottom edges self-clean the box interior. Exclusive materials used on the surfaces of interior crop of ‘pickers’ “tff The new John Deere 450 Hydra-Push Spreader design eliminates conveyor chain and problems caused by chain freezedowns in the winter. box walls, the floors, and the face of the pusher protect the spreader and enhance its performance. A low-friction, rustproof, fiberglass material is bonded to the interior of the box Impervious to the corrosive effects of manure acids, it virtually eliminates chemical deterioration of the spreader’s interior. Manure will not freeze to this material. 1167 Snapper Dam Road' Call T 1 |.i|Q|L//l||l Landisville,PA 17538 Collect * wllUfcfUU 9 MARTIN’S REFRIGERATION SERVICE LANCASTER - The state of Pennsylvania has ap proved the combination use of Shell’s Nudrm 90 and 1.8 with azinphos-methyl (Guthion) for apple trees. The combination provides control of several pests including Codling Moth, Leafroller, Tufted Apple Budmoth, Lesser Ap pleworm, Tentiform Leafminer, Eye-Spotted Residential • Agricultural • Commercial • Industrial SPRAY ON - BLOWN IN - FOAMED IN PLACE YOUR MILK QUALITY GUARDIAN... Mueller HiPerForm® is the completely automatic milk cooling system for progressive dairymen. Durable HiPer- Form Model "OH” and "MHL" Milk Coolers feature large-radius corners and smooth stainless steel welds for easy cleaning Cooier capacities range horn 300 iu 6000 gallons. With the flip of a switch, Mueller-Matic® Auto matic Washing System cleans the,cooler interior with jet-spray wash and acidified rinse . m . Ask us for details on HiPerForm milk coolers USED TANKS 300 Gal. & Up FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Route No. 1, Box 482 Fayetteville, PA 17222 Phone: (717)352-2783 SALES & SERVICE ■l'm wm * Farm Busmess News Nudrin-Guthion OK’d for apples nsuution Company I INSULATION SPECIALIST” “OH ■ Budmoth, Green Fruitworm, Leafhopper, Plum Curculio, Tarnished Plant Bug, Apple Aplud, and Rosy Apple Aphid. Both Nudrm and Guthion should be applied at equal rates one-quarter pound per 100 gallons of spray mixture. The tank mix application should not be applied within eight days of harvest. A 1 • I, "MHL"