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(Continued from Pace A2B) and adhering to it. Lastly, but
TIJT 1 emphasized the importance ola 12 probably most importantly he
T fCed month calving mterval. advised the group to read and
J %/ O "Start that dairy calf well,” he study to advance their information
said. And once she’s started and of the dairy industry,
growing, he explained, don’t put County Agent Glenn Shirk
her out m the back pasture and > commended the breeders for their
forget about her. quality product. His words were
The retired vo-ag teacher also echoed by Lancaster County Dairy
stressed using a milking system Princess Deb Greider and K.D.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Per
manent federal regulations
regarding the Mediterranean fruit
fly in California’s Alameda, San
Mateo and Santa Clara counties
were issued under the Plant
Quarantine Act, Harvey L. Ford, a
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Ford, deputy administrator of
USDA’s Animal and Plant Health
Inspection Service, said this action
makes permanent regulations
which were issued on an
emergency basis. Movement
restriction, inspection and cer
tification treatment requirements
will still be enforced only in the
three counties previously
designated as regulated areas.
Fruits and vegetables from the
rest ot the state will continue to
move without restriction.
"When a major pest outbreak is
discovered USDA normally issues
emergency regulations regarding
the infested area,” Ford said.
"This enables us to take im
mediate action to contain the pest,
prevent further spread and bring
the outbreak under control. If
eradication cannot be achieved in
a reasonably short period, public
hearings are held and, if justified,
the regulations are made per
The emergency federal
regulations were - issued im
mediately following discovery of
the Medfly outbreak in June, 1980.
The regulations have been
periodically expanded since then
most recently on July 14, when the
three counties were brought en
tirely under regulation. The public
hearing on establishing a per
manent quarantine was held May
18 in San Francisco, Calif.
Ford said California also has the
same three counties under state
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County Guernsey Breeders. Breneman was right behind him
Earlier in the day, field day with 144. Thelma Garber was a
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Men, women and youngsters Following the judging com
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and penciled in choices. Some appeased by a delicious lunch
erased and switched animals while topped with cold Golden Guernsey
others stuckto their guns. milk. Beneath the large shade
When the dust settled, four trees on the Romella lawn folks
Willow Street breeders topped the relaxed and enjoyed the fellowship
competition. Peter Witmer had of other Guernsey breeders.
Guernsey fanciers dig into a hearty noonday meal which
followed the judging contest. Cold cuts, rolls, vegetables and
salads were all washed down with what else...a cold glass of
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