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AB—LiiWafcter FanflHifc, Saturday .Otfobor «; 1984
East Coast Carlot
Wednesday, October 3
Report supplied by USDA
Compared to Tuesday’s close:
Trading slow, demand moderate
for light supplies of veal. Prime
Special Fed steady to firm in very
light test. Good and Choice Boning
Veal steady; mshipped no com
parison available for limited sales.
Spring lamb steady with last week
in light test. Boneless Beef un
tested, firm undertone.
OLD FARMERS ALMANAC
OCT. 8-14, 1984
Rain through the week fall colors at peak.
Remove debris from the garden now Humcane Hazel with wind speeds up to
150 mph, ravaged the eastern seaboard this week in 1954 Average length of davs
for the week 11 hours 17 minutes Full moon Oct 9 (Tues ) Columbus Day
celebrated this v ear on Oct 8 (Mon ) Chuck Yeager broke sound barrier Oct 14,
1947 Snowstorm hit New York Citv Oct 13 1937 Try i very man to please and
yen will have iw ease
p======r —=i Ask the Old Farmer- M\ grandfather used to sav he could
tell it was going to rain by the sound of a distant train I was
\ 'llf *°° voun S to disbelieve him Anv truth in what he said’
He tens right When distant sounds arc loud and hollow look
l or ra,n thU'cring cloud idling acts like a mounding hoard
Home Hint To clean a vinegar cruet that has become cloudv fill
with water add a little ammonia let stand for several hours or
overnight then rinse and clean vv ith hot water
OLD FARMER'S WEATHER FORECAST
New England: Rain and warm temperatures at beginning of week mid through end
ot w-eek cool with rain
Greater New York-New jersey Beginning of week sunnv and warm mid through
end of week rain cool temperatures
Middle Atlantic Coastal Through midweek sunnv with heat wave end of week
mild with ram
Piedmont & Southeast Coastal Through midweek partlv cloudv hot end ot week
mild temperatures showers
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ANNUAL FALL FEEDER CALF CONSIGNMENT SALE
I * COMMERCIAL COW AND CALF
I HERD DISPERSAL*
I Luther's Livestock Commission Market
I N.Y. Route 22
| Wassaic, Dutchess County, New York
I 12:00 noon FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,1984 12:00 noon
I We have been authorized to sell between 100 and 200 head of feeders,
i calves, and cows from a commercial herd due to the farm having been
i sold. These cattle will be sold before the feeder consignment sale.
I Consignments for the annual fall feeder calf sale will be accepted up until
I 12:00 noon, day of sale at this market.
I Don’t miss this sale if you have calves to sell, or if you are looking for good
'TERMS OF SALE
Cash or good check day of sale; new customers must present a bank letter
guaranteeing payment of their checks before purchasing.
Sale Manager-Delos D. Luther II
David Luther Residence
Prime (Special Fed)
Hide on 80 Head
220-280 lbs. few 150.00-155.00,
Good & Choice
Northeastern Suppliers: 65-75
lbs. 86.00-88.00, steady; 55-64 lb.
84.00-86.00 ; 45-54 lb. 82.01V84.00; 35-
44 lb. 80.00-82.00 ; 34 lb. down 78.00-
Inshipped: 71-80 lbs. LTD 86.00,
no comparison; 61-70 lbs. LTD
84.00; 51-60 lbs. LTD 82.00; 41-50
Lbs. LTD 80.00 ; 30-40 lbs. LTD
Spring Lamb Beef
Choice and Prime 3-4
Compared to last week: All
steady, 55 lb. down 135.00 ; 55-65
lbs. 135.00; 65-75 lbs. 135.00.
Location; Ephrata RD 4.
mile N. on North State St.,
SALE EVERY FRIDAY
Lots of good Northern Feeder
& Stockers. Slaughter Cows
- Bull Steer, Veal-lamb.
11:00 A.M.-Beef Sale 200-300 each week.
7:00 P.M.-Small Animal Sale
For Special Sales and Herd Dispersals
on farm or at our barn or other market
information call; Office 717-733-2444,
WALTER H. RISSER, Proprietor
All out of state and new buyers must have
cash or certified check or current letter of
credit from bank.
HATFIELD PACKING CO. and
MOYER PACKING CO.
Will Receive Your
Hogs and Cattle at the
OAKVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET
RD4, Danville, PA
• We will receive your hogs Irom 8 AM to 12 Noon
every Monday Your hogs will be weighed and
paid for immediately
• We will also accept your sows & boars
• Your cattle will be received from 12 30 to 5 P M
We will either pay you for your cattle immediately
or you may sell them dressed weight
• There will not be a commission or yardage lee
deducted Irom your check
• You may call our office Monday morning and we
will be able to tell you the base price for hogs for
MELVIN M. LEHMAN - Owner
Danville Buying Station
Monday, October 1
Report supplied by PDA
CATTLE 200: Compared with
last Monday’s market, slaughter
cows .50-1.50 lower. Choice 2-4 1060-
1325 lbs. slaughter steers 60.25-
64.00, couple to 65.00, Good 57.75-
61.25, few Holsteins 52.50-55.00,
Standard 46.25-52.50. Choice
slaughter heifers 58.25-62.50, few
good 50.00-57.00, few Standard
44.50-52.00. Breaking Utility &
Commercial slaughter cows 37.00-
40.50, couple 42.25, Cutter & Boning
Utility 34.00-38.00, Canner & Low
Cutter 30.50-34.50, Shells downt o
25.00, Individual Choice slaughter
bullock at 56.25, one Good at 55.00.
Few Yield Grade No. 1890-1400 lbs.
slaughter bulls 38.00-46.00.
CALVES 187; Individual Prime
vealer at 86.00, few Choice 65.00-
80.00, Good 55.00-63.00, Standard
and Good 70-105 lbs. 48.00-56.00, few
Utility 60-85 lbs. 41.00-52.00.
FARM CALVES; Holstein Bulls
90-125 lbs. 56.00-76.00.
HOGS 128; US No. 1-3 210-245 lbs.
barrows and gilts 45.70-46.40. US
| OPEN TO RECEIVE
( YOUR MARKET HOGS
I AT THE GREEN DRAGON MARKET
I RD 4, EPHRATA, PA 17522
| 1 MILE NORTH OF EPHRATA
f ON NORTH STATE STREET.
I HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, and
| WEDNESDAY 6:00 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.
i 215-458-5677 Residence
1 717-733-9648 Office
I YOU ARE PAID FOR YOUR
j HOGS IMMEDIATELY
& Lois Emery, Proprietors
No. 1-3 300-575 lbs. sows 38.00-44.25.
FEEDER PIGS 156: Few Lots
US No. 1-3 20-30 Up. feeder pigs
25.00- per head, 35-50 lbs.
33.00- 50-70 lbs. 38.00-44.00 per
head. SHEEP 11: Few Good and
Choice 60-100 lbs. wooled slaughter
lambs 53.00-61.00. Few Slaughter
New Holland Sales Stables
Monday, October 1
Report supplied by auction
Reported receipts of 293 head of
horses, mules and ponies. Riding
market steady, killers lower.
Better horses 500.00-650.00. Few
Registered Horses 780.00-850.00.
Driving horses 225.00-950.00.
Riding horses 215.00-350.00.
Lightweight Killers 150.00-200.00,
Heavyweight Killers 250.00-325.00.
Mare ponies 30.00-50.00; Colts
10.00-20.00; Gelding ponies 30.00-
50.00; Larger ponies 75.00-135.00.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26
ON THE FARM MONTHLY
BRED GILT SALE
Sale to Start Promptly at 1:00 P.M
Every 4 Weeks
Located 18 miles south of Lancaster,
Pa., 6 miles south of Quarryville, take Rt.
272 to Little Britain, turn north, follow
Little Britain Road to Jackson Road,
right. 2nd farm, OR take Rt. 222, out of
Quarryville to Cedar Hill Road to Little
Britain Road to Jackson Road, left
Watch for sale arrows
27 due between Nov. 1-7
27 due between No. 7-18
50 to 60 Head
Now selling our new hybred gilts
representing mostly York &
Hampshire & Landrace cross. Bred
for easier & Less trouble over
farrowing and better weight gains.
Validated Brucellosis Free Herd #169
Qualified Pseudorabies Free Herd #55
Hand mated with Breeding Dates
Local Trucker Available
No Hogs Sold On Commission
CHRIST A. BEILER
R.D. 2, Quarryville, Pa
JOHN B. STOLTZFUS
R.D. 1, Kirkwood, Pa
Abe Diffenbach, Auctioneer AU22SL
NEXT SALE DATE NOVEMBER 30