Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 16, 1981, Image 18

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    Alt— Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 16,1981
Robison, well-known Jersey
breeder from Washington County
and active leader in local, state
and national dairy organizations,
was honored with the 1981
Distinguished Dairy Science
Alumnus Award at the annual
banquet of the Penn State
Dairymen’s Club.
As the honor was bestowed, Paul
Wangsness, head of the depart-'
ment of dairy and animal science.
Booklet details
UDIA market study
ROSEMONT, 111. - United
Dairy Industry Association has
published a booklet which outlines
the design and results of its 10-
Market Study of non-brand milk
The study found that, in the 10
markets, returns to dairy farmers
from non-brand milk advertising
were $2.20 for each $l.OO invested.
Results also showed average milk
sales were 3.6 percent higher with
non-brand milk advertising than
they would have been without it.
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told the recipient
“We are proud to claim you as a
Penn Stater. We think you are a
tremendous credit to the dairy
Born on the family’s 280-acre
farm at Coal Center, Robison
graduated from Penn State in 1939
following a two-year program in
dairy production.
Returning to the farm, he
worked in partnership wih his
father and assumed ownership in
UDIA’s 12-page, 2-color booklet,
“10-Market Study Shows Non-
Brand Milk Advertising Pays,”
contains information about the
history of milk advertising studies,
the 10-markets, the econometric
model use for analysis and the way
in which net return was calculated.
An information copy of the
booklet may be obtained by con
tacting: United Dairy Industry
Association, Dept. TMS, Box 721,
Rosemont, Illinois 60018;
telephone: 312/696-1860.
Clyde Robison
1960 Presently, the registered
Jersey herd includes 125 milkers
and nearly 100 replacement stock.
Always among the Jersey
leaders in DHIA, the herd includes
some outstanding individual
producers. One member of the
herd recently recorded the highest
milk and fat production for the
breed m the state, including 20,757
A '
if- y
As 1981 Distinguished Dairy Science Penn State’s Dairy and Animal Science
Almnus, Clyde S. Robison, right, Washington Department. Looking on during ceremonies at
County Jersey breeder, receives Dairymen’s Club annual banquet is Mrs.
congratulations of Paul Wangsness. head of Robison.
Rural Country Lawyer
Owns & Resides on 107 Acre-Farm
in Monroe County
Township Supervisor - Eldred
Township, Monroe County
Rural Conservative Approach to
Registered Republican - Running
on Both Tickets
is honored
lbs. of milk and 1,126 lbs. of but
terfat in 305 days of test. Another
has recorded 17,891 lbs. of milk and
1,105 lbs. of fat.
Credit for these production
records are shared by Robison and'
his son, Robert, who work together
in partnership.
Among his many awards have
been the Master Fanner Award
Superior Court
Paid by Car! Martin Yost for Superior Court
Oliver Martin Chairman
and the first Charles Cowan AwarcJ
as Dairyman of the Year, which is
presented by the Pennsylvania
Dairymen’s Association.
Throughout Washington County
and on the state and national
levels, he is known for his work
and'service to a wide variety of
agricultural and dairy
Superior Court