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Al2—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 15,1981
Saturday, August 15
Arabian Horse Sale, Farm Show
Northeast Regional American
Chianma Assoc. 6th Annual
Field Day, Lebanon
Ayrshire Field Day and Picnic,
Conebella Farm of Charles
Gable, R.D. 2, Elverson.
South Central Pa. Holstein Show,
Carlisle, 10 a.m.
Joint Beef Cattlemen’s Field Day,
Rolling Ridge Farms, Butler
Co., along Route 38 (14 mi.
South of Route 80 at Elmerton
exit or 14 mi. north of Butler.)
Bth Annual Lancaster County
Beekeepers picnic, Chiques
Church of Brethren, 4 p.m.
Sunday, August 16
Penn Manor Young Farmer and
FFA picnic, Dairy Building,
Lampeter fairgrounds, 4 p.m.
Franklin County Fair, Cham-
Now Is The Time
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your field untreated. This gives
you a chance to tell what weeds
were controlled and what ones was
missed. However, if you’ve
forgotten to leave a portion of your
field unsprayed, you should be able
to find spots where the sprayer
missed. These will usually be
areas near the ends of the field and
will serve your purpose quite well.
If several types of weeds seemed
to have escaped control, you
should check the herbicide con
tamer label as to whether the
material was designed to eliminate
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Storage buildings Warehouses
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Office areas Homes
bersburg, until Saturday.
Huntingdon County Fair, Hun
tingdon, until Saturday.
Middletown Fair, Royalton, until
Washington County Fair,
Washington, until Saturday.
McKean County Fair, Smethport,
Monday, August 17
Sewickley Community Fair, West
Newton, until Thursday.
Dayton Fair, Dayton, until
Cameron County Fair, Emporium,
Mountain Area Fair, Farmington,
Montgomery County Holstein
Show, 4-H Center, Lansdale,
Tuesday, August 18
New Jersey State Holstein show.
those weeds. If it was not, be sure
to include a herbicide to control
them in your program for next
If your entire weed control
orogram seems to have been
ineffective, reread the label to see
i you followed the instructions.
Just a few simple mistakes during
application can result in a com
Don’t be too quick to condemn
he herbicide. Either too much or
.0 little ram soon after application
?an cause a great loss of ef
fectiveness in many herbicides.
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Livestock market and auction news
Friday, August 14
Report supplied by PDA
CATTLE: 6642. Compared with
Cumberland Co. 4-H Swine
Roundup and Sale, Carlisle
Livestock Market, show 9:30
Huntingdon County Holstein Show,
Blue Valley Farm Show, Bangor,
Chochranton Community Fair,
Chochranton, until Saturday.
Harford Fair, Harford, until
Lawrence County Fair, New
Castle, until Saturday.
Perry County Fair, Newport, until
Wednesday, August 19
Northeast PA Holstein Show,
Wlutneyville, 9 a.m.
Montgomery County annual 4-H
fair, Lansdale, 4-H Center, until
Perry County Holstein show,
Newport, 9 a.m.
Allen Township Community Fair,
Thursday, August 20
Berks Co. 4-H Fair, Ag Center,
Special Guernsey Sale with
Braehead Dispersal, Guernsey
Sales Pavilhon, 12:30 p.m.
Franklin County Holstein show.
Lawrence Co. Holstein show.
Susquehanna County Holstein
show, Harford, 9 a.m.
Mount Nebo Grange Fair, Ohio
Township, until Saturday.
Friday, August 21
Lycoming County Milk and Fat
Contest and Workshop, 8 p.m.
Saturday, August 22
Central Pa. Holstein Show, Hun
tingdon, 6 p.m.
6348 head last week, and 6607 head
a year ago. Compared with last
week’s market; Slaughter steers &
heifers mostly 1.00-2.00 lower; SI.
cows .50-1.00, spots to 3.00 lower;
SI. bullocks .50-1.00 lower; SI. bolls
steady to 2.00 lower; SI. steers;
High Choice and Prime No. 3-4,
67.50-71.60; Choice No. 2-4, 63.50-
67.50; Good 56.00-64.00; Standard
50.00- few 60.00; SI. heifers:
Choice 58.00-64.00, few 66.75; Good
54.00- Standard 48.00-55.00.
SI. cows: Utility & Commercial
44.0047.75, few 50.00; Cutters 42.00-
46.50; Canner & L. Cutter 35.00-
42.00; Shells down to 25.00; SI.
bullocks: few Choice 56.75-62.75;
Good 52.50-61.25; few Standard
43.00- SI. bulls: Yield Grade
N O - 1 - 10 ™' 2 **’ Chambersburg Auction
SS-«nn d N 2 ’ 9WW6 °° Thursday,August 13
CALVES: 4242. Compared with
CATTLE• 3SP Corn np
4230 head last week and 3939 head a
™ & S"‘SiSr **** iew a»i« ii.
rt m'taloinn cows: UtUity & Commercial 44.00-
’ Ut lty 5(W00 47.75; Cutter5'42.5046.50; Canner
CALVES- Active Hoi &L - Cutter 38.5042.75; Shells down
fhs’ 60 SSoO M t 0 35 0 °- SL buUs: Yie,d Grad * N °-
Bull f. nil. u tuti* ! > 1000-1575 lbs. 48.00-56.00.
mostly 70.00-92.00, Hoi. Hcif6rs 85* oat ttpc. ecus tt. n i , .
140 lbs 61 00-96 00 mostly 80 OO- G ? LVES: 6561 Vealers Good &
1 • ’ mosUy Choice 4.00-10.00 lower. Choice
HOGS: 6398. Compared with 6669 standard”* r^TO-qf^h ° B <u’
head last week and 7797 head a !SL« 5 m 00 '
year ago. Steady to .50. spots to
1.00 higher. US No. 1-2 200-240 lbs. J M £
53.00- few 55.00; No. 1-3 200- KSS M H ° L HeiferS 75 -
250 lbs. 51.00-53,75; No. 2-3 200-275 hOt'c• ifiS lin ’i , o m.ocn ik
lbs. 48.00-51 00; No. 1-3 140-190 lbs. USNo 13 h«’
46.00- Sows mostly steady US B^rs27^So?
No. 1-3 300-585 lbs. 42.0048.00; No. 0
2-3 300-650 lbs. 38.0042.00. Boars S^L 77 ' N °'
31.00- few 43.00. iSi££sS Per M
FEEDER PIGS 1279. Compared ioilik;
with 1153 head last week and 1613 a , b f H SS s S n f r S 5
year ago. Feeder p lg s uneven. US ’
No. 1-3 20-35 lbs. 15.0023.00 ner
SPECIAL For The Month of AUGUST
★ SPECIAL SALE *
All Schuld Bins
head; No. 1-3 35-50 lbs. 23.0Q-3&00
few No. 1-3 50-80 lbs. 38.0048.00.
GRADED FEEDER PIGS: 2510.
Compared with 2434 head last week
and 2922 head a year ago. All sales
by CWT. Feeder Pigs highly
uneven, 5.00 higher & 6.00 lower
US No. 1-2 25-40 lbs. 74.00-108.00,40
50 lbs. 72.00105.00, 5060 lbs. 68.00
80.00, few 104.00, 6070 lbs. 50.00
81.00; US No. 2-3 2040 lbs. 63.00
79.00; 4050 lbs. 54.0065.00.
SHEEP: 758. Compared with 749
head last week and 731 head a year
ago. Spring si. lambs 1.005.00
lower. Choice '60120 lbs. 51.00
65.00, few 71.00; Good 50100 lbs
45.0056.00, SI. ewes: 12.0030.00.
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