Newspaper Page Text
UNIVERSITY PARK - “Show
Day”, the main attraction of the
59th Annual Dairy Exposition at
Penn State, is being held today in
the new Ag Arena. The event in
cludes fitting and showing con
tests, a celebrity milking contest,
various milk “chugging” contests,
and a calf dressing contest.
PRO-TIL...The New Concept
all by just a
flip of the lever
■ 4 Rear Tine Models From 5 H.P. 18" to 8 H.P. 22"
at up to $3OO less than the competition
■ Front tine models w/twice till tines up to $lOO less
than the competition
Sold only through servicing dealers listed below
APAMSC9 A.L HERR A BROS.
SCOTTY’S REPAIR FARM EQUIP.
York Springs, Pa. Quarryville, Pa.
Ph. (717) 528-4795 Ph.(717)786-3621
JOHN M. EMERICK
LAWN CARE OF PA.
BERKS CO. Martindale, Pa.
MERTZ LANDSCAPING Ph. (215)445-4541
Spring Mills, Pa.
State College, Pa.
JIM’S LAWN MOWER
Ph. (717) 545-5114
Ph. (717) 532-9271
Mount Union, Pa
A. AN. EQUIP.
Ph. (717) 768-3227
GOOD’S LAWN & GARDEN
East Earl, Pa.
Dairy Expo today at Penn State
Competition began at 9:30 a.m.
Dairy Exposition “Show Day” is
only the second event ever to be
held in the new Ag Arena on Porter
Road. The first event was the Little
International Livestock Exposition
held April 21.
“Show Day” Dairy Princess is
Kimberly Kriebel, sophomore in
Available In Cast
J.B. HOSTETTER A SON
Mount Joy, Pa.
SWOPE A ONSHORE, INC. Bife SWALE
P.!T7 ~M3«HB engine repair
DAVE'S LAWN & GARDEN
SALES A SERVICE
KEN BERGREN, INC.
LAWN A GARDEN
PEACHEY’S SAW SHOP
If There Is No Dealer In Your Area Call
LAWN CARE DISTRIBUTORS
dairy production from Millers
town, chosen April 18. Alternate is
Nonna R. Lash, sophomore in
agricultural business management
from West Newton. Ms. Kriebel
represents the Dairy Science Club
not only at “Show Day,” but at
numerous events thoughout the
Twkn Til Tlntt
WEST END ENGINE
BANGOR HWD. & PAINT
SALES & SERVICE
R.E. DAVIDSON A SON
Ph. (717) 374-8590
MARTIN’S PRO HWD,
LAWN & GARDEN
Mt. Pleasant, Pa.
RT. 77 MOWERS
Ph. (301) 775-7577
Find It In
Brown Swiss earns DHIR honors
OLEY A 2-year-old Brown
Swiss cow, owned by Jerry A.
Krone, Oley, was recently
recognized by the Brown Swiss
Cattle Breeders’ Association for
outstanding DHIE protein
The cow, Foust Hill Modem
Minnie, produced 14,540 pounds of
milk at a 3.7 percent fat test and
540 pounds of protein.
The Brown Swiss
Wise., recognizes all cows on of
ficial DHIR that complete 305
to egg cost reduction
NORTHEAST AGRI SYSTEMS, INC
PO Box 187
Fitchville, CT 06334
The 1984 Penn State Dairy
Science club'“Sweetheart” is &isa
Harpster of Pennsylvania Fur
nace, 6 -year-old daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Harold W. Harpster. She
also represents the club at “Show
During “Show Day,”'Penn State
students are judged on
showmanship and fitting. Ap
proximately 75 cows of five breeds
- Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Jersey,
Guernsey, and Holstein - are being
Judges of this year’s Dairy
Exposition “Show Day” are Lori
Sollenberger, Jersey breeder from
Everett for fitting, and John
Howard, Holstein breeder from
Willow Street for showmanship.
Other events of “Show Day”
include a Celebrity Milking Con
test between Bryce Jordan, Penn
State President, and Samuel H.
Smith, Dean of the College of
This year’s show manager is
James B. Hoge, senior in dairy
production from Pittsburgh.
Assistant manager is Scott A.
Hauseman, junior in agricultural
FeedKar traveling feeder can
help you get your egg costs on track
1 The typical chain feeder uses 1' ihp
to feed each cage tier - 6 hp for a 4-
high Our hopper system, traveling on
tracks is pulled by a cable using only
1 4 hp - a 95% energy reduction'
2 Cuts feeder maintenance and labor
costs to virtually 1 zero " You know what
a chain feeder costs to maintain'
3 Evens out egg production from
business management from
Boyertown. Special events are
planned by Suzanne Voight. junior
m agricultural education from
Lafayette, N.J. Her assistant is
Norma R. Lash from West Newton.
Faculty advisors of the Dairy
Science club are Lawrence D.
Muller and Thomas F. Sweeney.
Editors of the Penn State
“Dairyman,” the official catalog
and yearbook for the Dairy Science
Club are, Anna Belle Crom, junior
in dairy production from
Jamestown and Suzanne Voight
from Lafayette, N.J. June '•L.
Bechtel, sophomore in dairy
production from Curryville, and
Diane S. Sheckler, junior in
agricultural business management
from Palmerton, are assistant
editors of the “Dairyman.”
Publicity chairman is June L.
Bechtel from Curryville. Assistant
publicity coordinator is Denise E.
Benner, freshman in dairy
production from Selinsgrove.
Presentation of awards take
place at the annual banquet today
at 6:30 p.m. in the Holiday Inn of
day lactation records which ex
ceed 475 pounds of protein as less
than two-year-olds, 525 pounds as
two-year-olds, 575 pounds as three
year-olds, 625 pounds as four-year
olds and 725 pounds at five years or
The weighing and testing of the
Krone’s Brown Swiss on DHIR
testing were under the supervision
of the local DHIA supervisor and
Penn State University in
cooperation with the National
Brown Swiss Association.
one end of the row to the other birds
at the front can’t “highgrade" the feed
We’d like to talk to you about the
other ways the nearly 200 feeders
we’ve sold are helping owners Our
FeedKar is now standard on all Chore
Time brood-grow and layer cages
our famous shallow PYRAMID and
new deep PYRAMID our 3- and
4 high SSS
Find out more about the FeedKar
plus our line of cage systems and the
Chore-Time “total package" of feed
bins auger ventilation and waterers