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Scavenger spreaders probably look
like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
Most revolutionary Ideas do.
If the Scavenger spreader looks
slightly unconventional, there’s a good
reason. In fact, there are several good
Fbr one thing, you need much more
from your manure handling operation
today than you did a few years ago.
And Scavenger is designed for today’s
needs. It’s more efficient. It handles
the kinds of manure produced
today—liquid, semi-solid, pen pack
(even frozen) —all year round. Based
on a whole new spreader technology,
Scavenger simply does more, faster,
and with less bother.
The big difference—a swan-tube
Unlike web chains or flails found
on conventional spreaders, Scaven
ger’s 10" x 10" square-tube auger sets
1 month V Dairy month is a natural time
for a real “Thank You” from
your Hedlund Martin Dealer
Ounkle * Griab Histand Farm I. Ham* Strvic*
Center Hall, PA Rome PA
BAR Farm Equipment 814-364-9109 717-744-2371
Beavertown, PA Mill Hall, PA
Norman D. Clark k Son Inc. Evergreen Tractor Co.
Honey Grove, PA Lebanon, PA
Dilt’s Fern Equipment
Marion Center, PA
Jersey Shore, PA
WE BUILD FOR THE DAIRY INDUSTRY
up a unique “pulse action” to
thoroughly break up manure as it
moves through the tank. The auger
■can also move hydraulically up and
down to eliminate bridging—
minimize wintertime freeze up.
Get spread patterns of up to 50 ft!
Martin-design Variflo discharge
system makes it possible. This
ingenious hydraulic gate and high
rpm expeller reel combination lets you
choose your optimum rate of applica
tion —from top dressing to heavy
Fewer moving parts—fewer
Let’s face it... no one likes to
handle manure. That’s why it made
sense to build a simple spredßer. One
N.R. Cutshall k Sons
A.L. Herr k Nro.
Hass Farm Equipment, Inc. Lone Maple Sales k Service Inc.
Canton, PA New Alexander, PA
William Hobensack’s Sons
1060 Greeley Ave.
R.S. Hollinger 1> Son
C.B. Hooker k Son
with no flails. No leaky endgates. No
apron chains to break or freeze in
winter months. Add to this sealed,
welded Uni-body construction and
you’ve got a unit built to take all the
abuse you can dish out.
Stop by your local Hedlund/Martin
dealer for a demonstration. You’ll see
why the beauty of the Scavenger
spreader isn’t so much in how it looks.
It’s in how it works.
For the name of the dealer nearest
you, write Dept. H-l, Hedlund/
Martin, Inc., 841 Kutztown Road,
Myerstown. PA 17067.
Messick Farm Equip., Inc.
Red Wing Farm
Tobias Equipment Co., Inc.
W*J Dairy Sales
Zimmerman Farm Service
Enfield Equipment, Inc.
Farmer’s Supply Co.
Detrldge Supply, Inc.
ienes Dairy Service
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 2,1984—A1T
Listening session June 18
Agriculture John E.
Block has said the
fourth in a series of
“listening sessions” to
further discuss future
food and agriculture
policy will be June 18 in
Syracuse, N.Y. Block’s
announcement came at
the conclusion of the
third session which was
conducted in Atlanta,
The session will begin
at 11 a.m. at the
Syracuse Sheraton Inn,
7th North Street and
Electronics Parkway. It
will be designed to give
the public an op
portunity to express
views to the secretary of
agriculture and other
U.S. Department of
sessions were in
Calif.; and here.
“We are receiving
quality input at these
sessions,” Block said.
all segments of
agriculture are using
Li, 111 | • Liquid Manure Pumps
til LI LLr * electromix
• Barn Cleaner Chains
WATER TEST KITS
According to the USPHS nitrates above 45 ppm in
drinking water may be hazardous to your health
Test tor nitrates in water using a simple single test
strip Range oto 500 ppm utilizing E Merck quant
strips $l7 50 ppd for 100 strips
Acid ram alkalinity soil pH and other test kits
available phone or write for information
RD 1, Box 686, Glen Rock, PA 17327
these opportunities to
express their views.
They know what we are
trying to accomplish
and they are very
sincere about helping us
formulate a farm
Block said as many
people as possible will
be given a chance to
make oral presen
tations. A time limit will
be established and
announced at the
beginning of the session.
Also, anyone may
submit full written
comments whether or
not they participate at
the listening session.
Since a limit may
have to be set on the
number of oral
wishing to participate
are encouraged to sign
.up as soon as possible.
Call or write John
Kermicle, room 226-W,
D.C. 20250, (202 ) 447-
4737, prior to June 12.
Participants will be
notified in advance
about what time they
will be heard.
• Bedding Choppers
• Silage Carts
• Manure Tanks