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Monday, Jan. 25, 1993
Report Supplied by Auction
HEIFERS: TOO FEW TO QUOTE.
GOOD COWS: 47.00-56.00.
CANNERS AND CUTTERS
VEAL: 90-190 LBS. 99.00-190.00;
70-90 LBS. 60.00-99.00.
500 and 600 gallon TANDEM AXLE
*5OO or 600 gallon elliptical poly
ethylene tank with baffle and deep
sump for complete drainage.
*Jet agitation for thorough mixing
and excellent chemical suspension.
* Large 16” fillwell with 4” center cap.
| Adjustable wheel spacings of 60”,
70", or 80" centers. (120” optional)
| Walking tandem axle trailer with
ground clearance settings of 23” or
29”, three ton hubs and spindles
and 15” x 10” wheels.
* Lame front mounted step, platform,
and safety rail for easy filling.
* Three section boom control.
* 2V2 gal. clean water tank for safety.
* Available with 28’, 30’, 40’. 45’ or
60’ heavy duty truss booms with
boom skids, %” boom plumbing,
and diaphram check nozzles.
DBFT Flotation boom mount is
standard on truss booms.
Now Available With
Hydraulic Folding Booms
FOAM MARKER from
ELIMINATE EXPENSIVE CHEMICAL SPRAY OVERLAPS
COMPLETE UNIT INCLUDES:
♦ Foam Generating Unit.
♦l4 gallon Holding Tank.
♦ Universal Tank Mounting Brackets.
112 volt DC Tractor Mounted Control
I Foam Delivery Tubes.
♦ All necessary fittings and hoses for
a complete installation for booms up
to 60’ (DFM6O) or 80’ (DFMBO).
♦ The foam marker produces a dense
bio-degradable soap foam mark.
t Foam is easily controlled or fine tuned
by adjusting a needle valve setting.
* SOWS; 28.00-34.00.*
FEEDER PIGS: 12.00-24.00 HEAD.
Homer CHy, PA
Thureday, January 28, 1993
Report nip plied by Auction
CATTLE 210. STEERS: HIGH
CHOICE AND PRIME 79.00-81.50.
CHOICE 76.00-78.50, SELECT 74.00,
SELECT A CHOICE HOLSTEINS
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* Available with 60’ or 80’ wheeled
booms with %" boom plumbing,
diaphragm check nozzles, and
4.80x12 boom carrier wheels with
built in suspension.
* Demco single or double piston pump
with electric shut-off.
* Hypro belt driven centrifugal pump.
* Hypro gear driven centrifugal pump.
* Ace hydraulic driven centrifugal pump.
1 Vi” dia. delivery tubes drop foam at
HEIFERS. CHOICE 78.00, SELECT
COWS: BREAKING UTILITY A
COMMERCIAL 54.50. CUTTER A BON
ING UTILITY 47.50-53.00, CANNER A
LOW CUTTER 42.00-46.50, SHELLS
BULLOCKS: SELECT 70.00.
BULLS: YIELD GRADE NO. 1
CALVES: 124. CHOICE 104.00,
GOOD 90.00-98.00, STANDARD A
GOOD 60 LBS. 45*. 40 LBS. 40*. HOLS
TEIN BULLS #1 100 LBS. 190.00. #2
90-110 LBS. 120.00-170.00, HOLSTEIN
HEIFERS 100 LBS. 175.00.
HOGS 122. BAG US NO. 1-2 240 LBS. SHEEP; 26. FEEDER LAMBS 90 LBS.
41.75. US NO. 1-2 215-225 LBS. 74.00. CHOICE 104 LBS. 68.00-70.00,
39.00-40.00, SOWS US NO. 1-3 475 LBS. SHEEP 24.00.
22.00. BOARS 27.00. GOATS: 1. SMALL 35.00.
Eastern Hires Siglow
SYRACUSE, N.Y. Eastern
Milk Producers has hired John
Siglow for the position of opera
His responsibilities will include
the sale of member milk to cus
tomers and overseeing quality
assurance and transportation.
“I look forward to contributing
to the continued success of East
ern as I focus on service to cus
tomers, quality assurance and the
efficiencies of handling milk,”
Siglow was first introduced to
the dairy industry as a milk hauler
financing his way through college
at Youngstown State University
where he received a bachelor’s
degree in marketing.
Upon graduation, Siglow began
a 17-year career with Milk Mark-
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Unctsttr Farming, Saturday, January 30, i'993-Ais
FEEDER PIGS; 44. US NO. 1-3,50/85
LBS. 28.00 PER HEAD.
eting, Inc., a dairy cooperative
based in Strongsville, Ohio.
Orginaiiy hired as a field rep
resentative in Indiana, Siglow
moved up through the ranks gain
ing extensive experience in all
facets of cooperative business.
Most recently, Siglow served
three years as general manager of
the Producer’s Equalization
Agency, a dairy farmer pricing
organization similar to RCMA.
Siglow and his family are cur
rently living in Brunswick, Ohio,
but will be relocating to Syracuse
Eastern, a Syracuse-based dairy
co-op, operates in a nine-state area
with 3,100 member farm families.
The majority of those member
owners are located in New York,
Pennsylvania, Vermont and
Newtown Square & Weet Cheater, PA
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