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El4—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 16,1980
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Recoiling from the effort of his throw, the
champion bale thrower, Ed Kegerreis, R 2
Myerstown, hurled the bale of straw 27 2 .
i your best reason for wanting mfs “Stor-Age
So strong just % of the roof
support over 2.000 lbs.
The rugged quality of The first
new bm in 20 years has made mfs
the most wanted bin for grain
drying and storage in America
If you live between New York and '
Colorado or between Texas and
Canada there is an mfs dealer ' * *. ■ i
available to supply you with mfs I
Gram Bins Bin Unloading Augers ■
Fan and Heat Units Stirring H
Devices Grain Spreaders as well everyone tries to buil D _
as complete farmstead planning a better grain bin ■
mis IS DOING IT I
HADE’S EQUIPMENT |
(Glenn Hade) |
10355 Five Forks Rd ■
. Waynesboro, PA 17268 5
Phone 717-762-4985 I
V SEED CORN
(Data From Universities)
TITAN . . Med
Short . . VG
YIELD (Avg. of 6 Trials)
TITAN-68.1 Bu. Per Acre
PIONEER S-76 - 62.5 Bu. Per Acre
BARLEY, WHEAT, RYE
SEE US AT AG PROGRESS
DAYS - AUGUST 19-20-21
BOYD’S SEED CENTER, INC.
306 lona Rd., Lebanon, Pa. 17042
Height Strength Hardiness
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the Lebanon Fair
Beginning with the earliest American farms,
corn on the cob was seasoned and dried by allowing
air to flow around it; this kept away mold.
From simple, square cribs of alternately piled logs,
covered by a sloping roof, the corncrib evolved
to the drive-in crib. The sidewalls always slanted
outward at the eaves. On a great many mountain
farms this was the beginning of barn architecture,
for by adding doors in the driveway wall.
you have the simplest American barn.
Today, a much more efficient structure for the
storage of corn along with large farm implement
storage is provided by the imaginative use of
the Laminated Rafter. The exceptional strength of
this aesthetically pleasing arch may be readily
combined with simple construction, requiring a
minimum amount of materials and erection time.-
It is a structure that permits great flexibility,
because all inside space is useable, offering so
many possibilities for a variety of farming needs.
Rigidply Rafters, Inc.
Structural Imagination for Today’s Farming
Um arch design
close to walls
of roofing and
Grain and Storage