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Premium list for Eastern
National now available
TIMONIUM, Md. Entry
blanks and premium lists are now
available for the 35th Annual
Eastern National Livestock Show
to be held at the Maryland State
Fair Grounds here October U-11.
The entry deadline is August 15,
according to John Wildesen, show
manager, who added entries
received after that date and until
September 26 will be charged a
double fee. No entries will be taken
after September 26.
More than $50,000 in premiums
will be paid to winning livestock
exhibitors by the Eastern National
and breed associations.
Wildesen said there will be
judging classes tor eight breeds of
cattle, two more than in previous
years. The new beet breed classes
will be Limousin and Chianma.
Other beef judging shows will be
Angus, Hereford, Polled Hereford,
Charolais, Shorthorn and Sim
Ten major breeds of sheep will
be shown and judged by Richard
Smith, of Ohio State University.
More than 50 hogs which have been
on a feed test since last June also
will be evaluated live before they
are carcass evaluated by swine
experts from the University of
More than 500 4-H Club and FF A
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steers, breeding heifers, market
lambs and market hogs also are
expected from a fifteen state area.
Wildesen said some 600 par
ticipants are expected to enter the
six national horse, dairy and
livestock judging contests
MIFFLINTOWN - Soaring fuel
costs have caused many folks to
eliminate vacations, lower their
thermostats and pine for the “good
One group of people not nec
cessanly “pining” for the past but
for the future is-the Wood Powered
Energy Corporation. The group
will feature their ecological effort
a woodpowered pick-up truck at
the Juniata County Conservation
and Energy Field Day on Thur-.
sday, August 13, from 9 a.m. 9
The field day will also feature
other energy-saving items.
Visitors will get a look at compost
heated hot water and solar
collectors for hot water and hot air.
#3. Waiver of finance charges
to 3/1/82 on DX tractors.
For more information on entries,
premiums and show schedule,
write to the Eastern National
Livestock Show, Maryland State
Fairgrounds, Timomum, MD
at field day
Other exhibits include insulation
comparison, machinery, forage
testing, tourp, fish shocking and
The Peoples Farm is located one
mile south of McAhsterville on
Route 235 Reservations for a
chicken barbeque at noon must be
in by Monday, August 3. Call 717-
8931 or write- Juniata Con
servation Distnct, Rd. 3, Box 184,
Mifflintown, Pa. 17059
F 5207-52 Hp PTO
#2. Waiver of finance till
1/1/82. Plus reduced
settlement allowance on
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1 read in your paper recently
about a Jersey herd dispersal. 1
was wondering if you would have
any information about Jersey
cows, including the average price
of registered and grade Jerseys
and some average herd dispersal
Kenneth R. Hackett
- Mr. Hackett: According to
Florence Robinson, secretary of
the' Pennsylvania Jersey Cattle
Club, Jersey cows in the state last
year averaged $1,742.65.
A registered Jersey cow would
cost about $l,OOO-$1,500; while a
grade Jersey sells for around $7OO
- she said.
There have been no local
dispersals lately, but a recent sale
held m Ohio had an average of
$1,028 per head.
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I would like to have some in
formation about whitewash. 1 am
particularly interested in how it is
made and applied.
A Dauphin County reader
According to a pamphlet from
the National Lime Association,
there are a number of types of
whitewash and ways to annl v it.
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l«»c«ter Farming, Saturday, July lt f 19S1-D9
A simple recipe includes: %
bushel of flaked lime, 1 peck salt, 3
pounds ground rice, % pounds
Spanish whiting, and 1 pound glue.
To prepare the whitewash, mix
the lime with 12 gallons of boiling
water, keeping this mixture
covered. Strain and add salt that
has been dissolved in 6 gallons of
warm water. Boil the ground nee
in approximately 1 gallon of water
until it is a thin paste. Then mix
Spanish whiting and glue together
with warm water. Finally mix
everything together and let it stand
for several days m a large kettle.
Before applying reheat mixture by
warming on stove or open fire.
To apply the wash use a brush
and keep the material as hot as
Whitewash can be applied to any
dry surface. It is recommended for
use in barns to help bnghten them
and, in the process, eliminate
spiders. It also helps to protect the
wood, bnck, or stone to which it is
If more information is needed,
your local Extension service has a
number of recipes and pamphlets
on whitewash and its uses.
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