Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 03, 1981, Image 100

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    Cl2—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, January 3,1981
Lancaster
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Monthly
@ Report
A Registered Holstein owned by John M Harmsh 1035
Beaver Valley Pike Lancaster completed the highest 305 day
lactation
Fern produced 26,807 pounds of milk 1042 pounds of
butterfat with a 3 9 percent test
Second high lactation was completed by a Registered
Holstein cow owned by Aaron K Stoltzfus R 1 Honey Brook
Starz produced 26,810 pounds of milk 1018 pounds of
butterfat with a 3 8 percent test in 305 days
The herd of Nelson H Wenger R6Manheim had the highest
daily butterfat average This herd of 45 0 Registered Holstein
cows average 50 4 pounds of milk 2 21 pounds of butterfat
with a 4 4 percent test
The herd of Paul H Martin R 1 Ephrata placed second This
herd of 54 8 pounds of milk 2 20 pounds of butterfat with a
4 0 percent test
First 305 days of lactation with 700 or more pounds of
butterfat
OWNER
NAMEMNUMBER MB
John M Harnish
Fern RH
Fntzi RH
June RH
Rowena RH
Peg RH
Sunshine RH
Jean RH
Ruth RH
Wilma RH
Rita 2 RH
Blanche RH
Aaron K Stoltzfus
Starz RH
Chief RH
Paul H Martin
Lois RH
Eunice RH
B Ellen RH
Benuel Z Lapp
Martha RH
Jack RH
Luke Rav Zimmerman
34 GrH
Robert H Kauffman
Frances RH
Annie RH
Tilhe RH
Stephen J Stoltzfus
Sally RH
Earl R Martin
42 GrH
26 GrH
Penn Har Va Farms
79 GrH
84 GrH
90 GrH
Curtis E Akers
Polly RH
Dixie RH
Pete RH
Abby RH
Tabby RH
when power
DEPEND ON
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No one can match PINCOR-the new leader in farm standby
power l Models from 15,000 thru 75,000 watts AC ■ Con
tinuous and conservative output ratings ■ No aluminum
wire, all copper wired and wound ■ Long life 1800 R PM
alternator operation ■ 5 Year parts and labor warran
ty ■ Lease purchase plan ■ Affordably priced
If you shop and compare you will buy PINCOR 1
HAVERSTICK BROS., INC.
211 Stone Mill Road
Lancaster, Pa. 17603
Call Us At 717-392-5722
NOVEMBER 1980
LBS
MILA
DAYS
in mu
26 807
26 482
22 534
22 034
25 347
24 015
17 423
22 585
20 752
20 573
26 448
26 810
18 570
305
305
7 3
40
305
305
304
30
4 5
2 11
24 814
24 926
21 974
305
305
25 387
19 835
23 830
305
305
305
305
25 950
20 934
21 547
4 11
34
3 2
305
21 116
22 416
18 254
305
300
25 427
24 298
22 506
305
305
305
64
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8 2
25 713
19 793
20 085
17 185
21 359
305
305
305
30 i
285
7 5
54
3 2
5 2
30
TRACTOR DRIVEN
® ALTERNATORS
P Robert Wagner
Lou RH
G 4 J Hersney Bros
Lucy RH
Toshya RH
Paul S Sauder
Mabel
Mary
Janice
Cedar Fringed ram
Sissy RG
Sallie RG
Ingrett RG
Samanta RG
Emma RG
Heath RG
Russel L Kline
Jody RG
Ken S Nelson Stoner
18 RG
48 GrH
Isaac S Beiler
Joan GrH
Kenneth D Myer
Petunia RH
Nelson H Wenger
Megan
Myndi RH 2 3
Weaver Homestead Farm
90 GrH 3 2
87 0 0
41 GrH 4 2
49 GrH 6 9
12 GrH 4 5
16 GrH 7 8
Robert W Ulrich Jr
Marsh 35 RJ
Magic 69 GrJ
Christian Zook
Nellie RH
Jonas B Stoltztus
Ada GrH
Alice GrH
Oavid R Stoltztus
34 GrH
37 GrH
Ru Be Mar Farms
60 RH
34 RH
54 RH
Long Acres Farm
89 GrH
1018
737
3 8
4 0
1012
949
936
995
701
980
957
780
756
940
934
814
929
829
747
924
788
784
766
705
36
40
3 9
4 5
3 3
RH 6 0
RH 6 0
M 6
3 3
30
4 2
3 1
3 1
10 1
8 11
5 10
6 1
4 10
50
5 10
8 10
38
4 3
If cash flow or bill consolidation headaches have you talking to yourself, .talk to us. We're
Farm Credit, and there’s hardly a money problem that we can't help you with.
WE’LL HELP WITH LOW RATES
Look around. Check prevailing interest rates Then check in at your Farm Credit office. We
think you’ll see the advantage of a Farm Credit loan
YOUR PAYMENTS WILL FIT YOUR INCOME PATTERN
At Farm Credit, we always try to schedule your payments around your peak income periods
So you pay us when your crops or livestock pay you
LET’S TALK .YOUR PLACE OR OURS
You’ll always get prompt attention at your Farm Credit office And if you’re too busy to make
the trip m, give us a call We’ll come to you Most of us were brought up on farms, and we know
how tough it is to break loose sometimes It all comes down to this. Whatever farm-related need
QL°hcy for, chances are, Farm Credit can help. Drop by or give us a call You’ll find that
we re your kind of people
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT
YOUR LOCAL COUNTY OFFICE.
22 473
306
23 Bbrt '3 9
18 713 40
306
306
22 092
20 636
20 70/
306
306
J O5
18 534
17 053
20 282
16 557
16 214
12 809
306
298
305
305
305
305
23 187
305
22 731
19 233
305
305
21 743
305
20 810
305
25 302
18 225
305
305
21 763
21 545
19 461
21 801
18 921
19 169
302
305
305
305
305
305
17 283
15 058
305
305
23 060
287
19 255
21 733
305
305
23 404
23 197
305
305
21 907
21 395
20 649
305
305
305
21 432
305
92 3
63 RH
74 GrH
Donald M Eckman
919
740
Star GrH
Marsha RH
Rockman RH
Robert Kmctig’
918
757
Hester
Tammy
Chief
Milicnt
lona
833
799
752
749
701
910
903
721
903
902
893
723
• All metal
construction
• 52’ of feeding
area
893
774
758
757
726
719
• Easy to tow
behind pickup
or tractor
892
717
Priced at *559
Feeders also available
on skids
24’ -18’ & 12’ Lengths
BARTVILLE WELDING LEROY Z.
SHOP ZIMMERMAN
RD 1 Christiana PA RD2Ephrata PA
(Located at Bartville) 717-859-3118
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IDEAL FORr
• Feeding from Ag-Bag
• Feeding from trench
or silage pile "
• Feeding green chop,
etc.
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