Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 15, 1986, Image 18

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    AIS-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, November 15,1986
Suffel, Wenger Show Cumberland County 4-H Beef, Lamb Winners
Special to Lancaster Farming
CARLISLE - Amid the cold,
grey drizzle that marks a winter
day, 46 4-H students sludged
through mud and rain to par
ticipate in the annual Cumberland
County 4-H Beef and Lamb
Roundup and Sale Nov. 11 at the
Carlisle Livestock Market.
Stacy Suffel, Carlisle, showed
the grand champion steer, and
Susan Wenger, Mechanicsburg,
showed the champion market
lamb. Western Sizzlin’ Steak
House, Carlisle, purchased Suffers
1,250-pound steer for |1.29 per
pound. Farmer’s Trust Co.,
Carlisle, purchased Wenger’s 125-
pound lamb for $1.55 per pound.
Both prices reflected depressed
market conditions; 1985 prices
were $1.51 and $2.80 per pound,
The 1,280-pound reserve
champion steer, shown by Sandy
Hopple, was purchased by CCN6
for $1.20 per pound. Troy
Waggoner’s 125-pound reserve
champion lamb sold for $1.55 per
pound to Fred Pottinger. Bobbi Jo
Keiter exhibited the champion pair
or market lambs, totalling 245
pounds, which sold for $1.30 per
pound to Wenger’s Beef Farm of
Suffel took county beef champion
honors, and Kim Hopple took
reserve county beef champion
honors with her 1,270-pound steer.
NOVEMBER 24 & 25
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Christiana, PA
1 mile east of Nickel Mine
Closed Nov. 26,27 428
Hours: Monday thru Friday 7 to 7
Saturday 7 to 5
Paying Top Prices For
Good Quality Ear Corn
Wet or Dry
No Quantity too large
or too small
Fast Unloading -
Dump on Pile & Go
Easy access - 2.2
miles off 283 bypass-
Manheim, Mt. Joy
Daily Receiving 7:30
A.M. to 5 P.M. - un
loading evenings &
Saturdays by appt.
Trucks available for
pick up at your farm.
Call Anytime For Price
Showmanship winners in the beef
competition follow: junior
champion showman, Suffel; in
termediate champion showman,
Waggoner; and senior champion
showman, K. Hopple.
Eric Berkheimer took county
champion lamb honors, and S.
Wenger took reserve county lamb
champion honors. Showmanship
winners in the lamb competition
follow; junior champion showman,
Jessica Wenger; intermediate
champion showman, Waggoner;
and senior champion showman,
Vickie Holtry.
Ken Winebark, Lebanon County
Extension agent, judged the day
long event. Trophies were donated
by the Carlisle Livestock Market,
the Mechanicsburg Chamber of
Commerce, Dennin Optiks and Mr.
and Mrs. John Holtry. Agway of
Carlisle and Locust Point Quarries
donated the sale banners. Ribbons
were donated by Sunray Suffolks
and Gladview Dorsets, Ray and
Robert Holtry and Nace’s Farm
Equipment Sales.
The annual event is sponsored by
the Cumberland County 4-H Beef
and Sheep Club. Leaders of the two
groups follow: beef club, William
Otto, Ronald Swank, Michael
Berkheimer and Donald Nailor;
lamb club, Robert Holtry, Credon
Bixler and Diane Conaway.
Other buyers included Souder’s
Feed and Grain, the Country
Foul weather didn’t stop these Cumberland County 4-H'ers from showing their steers
at the county's annual roundup.
Butcher Shop, North Mountain
Butcher Shop, Hulse Insurance,
Dauphin Deposit Bank, First Bank
and Trust Co., Hayden Stitt, James
Farm Credit of Carlisle,
Wenger’s Saddlery and Horse
Auction, Don Deckman, Paul
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