Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 15, 1986, Image 20
A2O-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, November 15,1986 Kennedy’s Cow Produces Top Milk , Fat and Protein Recor W' Robert Hagenow (third from lei jr the /own Association, congratulates Pennsylvania production winners. They include, Richard and Nettie Wenger (left), Dean Daubert, and Rhoda and Ronnie Daubert. Jr. Calf Shelly Titan Misty, bom March 11, 1986, Owned by Shelly Shaffer, Thomasville. Love-Haven Titan Satin, bom March 9, 1986. Owned by Richard Love, Scottdale. Jr. Yearling Love-Haven Dorsets Imp Missy, bora June 16, 1985. Owned by Richard Love, Res. Sr. Yearling Feidt Jubilation Reva, born Dec. 3,1984. Owned by Karen Feidt, Elizabethville. P* * -..vw.-rt***?-'" 3 Yr. Old Four Seasons General Sunfire, born Nov 8,1982. Owned by John Kennedy, Butler. Junior Bell Ringer Winners Announced EPHRATA The Pennsylvania Brown Swiss Association recently announced the state winners in the Junior Bell Ringer Program. Winners in each category were selected based on their per formance at the Pennsylvania Junior All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg. Pictures of the finalists are entered in the national contest. The national bell ringer selections will be judged on the basis of the pictures by a panel of judges. Intermediate Calf Shady-Creek Westley Betty, bom Dec. 1, 1985. Owned by Michael Kunkle, Jonestown. Res. Jr. Yearling Love-Haven Rocket Jewels, bora March 4, 1985. Owned by Richard Love. ZYr.Old Rea-Mor Sparky Lady, bom Oct. 19,1983. Owned by J. Scott Trimble, Peach Bottom. JUk*. ✓ >*« ►*»' Res. 3 Yr. Old Buzzing Acres Leeanne, bom June 8, 1983. Owned by Gayle Urmy, Coopersburg. Annual Swiss Meetin CARLISLE Pennsylvania Brown Swiss Cattle Club presented production awards at their annual state meeting in Carlisle on Tuesday. James Kennedy, Butler, received recognition for the top Brown Swiss cow for milk, fat and protein in Pennsylvania. His Marie cow produced 26,846 pounds of milk, 1,145 pounds of fat for a 4.3 test and 920 pounds of protein for a 3.4 test. Dean and Brenda Daubert, Bernville, owned the second high cow for milk. “Sugar” produced 25,909 pounds of milk, 733 pounds of fat for a 2.8 test and 818 pounds of protein for a 3.2 test. The second place fat award went to “Isla” a cow owned by Richard The National Junior Bell Ringer Program provides an opportunity for Juniors across the country to participate in a National activity. It recognizes outstanding Junior owned animals exhibited at the a qualifying junior show. National bell ringer winner pictures are published in the March Youth Issue of the Brown Swiss Bulletin. Winners from Pennsylvania are pictured below with their class. M L F Star Charla, born Sept. 3, 1985, Owned by April Swick, Beaver Falls. Sr. Yearling Four Seasons Radar Kara, born Sept. 4, 1984. Owned by Jason Kennedy, Butler. Hi Field Titan Nutmeg, bom March 24, 1984. Owned by Jennifer Sulkosky, Derry. 5 Yr. Old Locust Spring Titan Michelle, bom March 3,1981. Owned by Jeffrey Moon, Volant. 1 1 & ** Wenger, Manheim. She produced 24,516 pounds of milk, 1,048 pounds of fat for a 4.3 test and 816 pounds of protein for a 3.3 test. Ronnie Daubert collected the second place protein award for his cow “Roxanne.” She turned in a production of 22,404 pounds of milk, 888 pounds of fat for a 4.0 test and 844 pounds of protein for a 3.8 test. The recogniton for top herd under 25 cows in milk, fat and protein went to Tice Plate. This herd of 22 cows produced an averaged of 17,581 pounds of milk, 694 pounds of fat and 599 pounds of protein. Delaware Valley College earned second place honors with a herd average of 16,418 pounds of milk, 638 pounds of fat and 587 pounds of protein. The milk, fat and protein production award for over 25 cows went to Dean and Brenda Daubert. Their herd of 37 cows averaged 17,781 pounds of milk, 681 pounds of fat and 611 pounds of protein. Richard Wenger’s herd recorded the second highest production for milk and fat, averaging 16,862 pounds of milk, 673 pounds of fat and 564 pounds of protein on 79 head. Second place in protein production went to James Ken nedy’s herd with an average of 16,696 pounds of milk, 660 pounds of fat and 583 pounds of protein on 52 head. Audrey Queitzsch, association secretary-treasurer, reported a balance of $9,968.68 for the state association. The Association will hold a sale in conjunction with the All- American Sale next year following the success of this year’s sale. The sale committee reported a profit of $6OO. By keeping the number of head sold between 25 and 30, the committes plans to keep the quality of animals up and establish a reputation for quality sales. Kerry Boyd, Ephrata, an nounced his resignation as youth program director after serving for seven years in this post. Sharon Love, Scotland, was drafted as the acting youth program coordinator. Members voted to purchase a half page ad in the 1987 National Ohio Convention brochure. National director Ronnie Daubert, Pine Grove, said the National Brown Swiss Association projects a positive financial report for the year. He noted that Brown Swiss Enterprises, the marketing branch of the national association, is looking for Swiss for a shipment to South America. This year the Milking Shorthorn Association moved into the same office buildings as the Swiss Association, Daubert explained. This move has been economical for the Shorthorn Association and the Swiss Association. The 1987 Pennsylvania Brown Swiss meeting was scheduled for the same location and time next year. Buyout Report WASHINGTON - An estimate! 9,600 head of dairy cattle wen slaughtered in federally inspecte< plants during the week ending Oct 25, as a result of the Dairy Ter mination Program, the U.> Department of Agriculture an nounced Wednesday. The cumulative total of cattli slaughtered under the progran from April 1 through Oct. 25 is ai estimated 831,900 head Dairy cattle reported for expor under the program for the penoi April 1 to Nov 8 totaled ai estimated 42,031 head Ai estimated 1,471 were exporte during the week ending Nov. 8 Live cattle exported under th program are expected to mcreas as countries develop tenders t participate in the export enhar cement program.