Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 30, 1993, Image 86

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    Farming, Saturday, January 30, 1993
Members, friends, and family of
the Tuipehocken Adult/Young
Farmer’s recently held their annu
al “Family Night” at the Tulpe
hockr High School.
William and Laura Lasher with son Joshua Outstand
ing Young Farmer Under 30.
went to, left to right, Samuel Forty, John
Brown and Herman Manbeck.
Young Farmers Hold Family Night
ics*SwuStor 6 *? Sentedby ** Y ° ungFarmer ° fga ' entry was submitted b y Skyline
“ j S S .[ at Tu P chock ® n .’ nization. Recognized as Tulpe- ' Acres with third place earned by
Program ’ WhlCl l hocken Ybung Farmer members John Stump. *
eS? and t^r SS, ° nS “ 8 under 30 were William and Laura The ml received a plaque for
-ds • Lesher. The y 316 P 3l * owners of the first place forage sample of
Way-Har Farms and Dairy Store, first cutting alfalfa haylage. The
In the forage contest for hay, sample had a nutrient analysis of
David and Linda Nirschl received 22.3 percent crude protein, 34.7
a plaque for their new seeding of percent acid detergent fiber, and a
alfalfa. The sample had a nutrient neutral detergent fiber of 42.2 per
analysis of 23.8 percent crude pro- cent. A second place rosette was
tein, 26.3 percent acid detergent awarded to Mark Kieffer with
fiber, and a neutral detergent fiber third received by Richard and
of 36.8 percent. The second place Nelson Troutman.
Extension Sets
Marketing Workshops
Harford County Commodity
Marketing Club and the Extension
Service will be sponsoring a three
part series of commodity market
ing training sessions. These ses
sions are designed for both the
advanced and beginner commodi
ty produer.
Economic survival in the 1990 s
will mean farmers will have to be
efficient producers, knowing their
product’s value, costs of produc-
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tion, and markets.
The marketing workshops, and
Harford County Marketing Club
(which meets bimonthly), present
strategies for obtaining die survi
val skills needed to compete.
The workshops will be held on
February 2 and 9 beginning at
7:30 p.m. at the extension office in
Forest Hill, Md. The third session,
a dinner meedng, will be held in
conjunction with the Harford
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In the com yield competition.
Merman Man beck entry yielded
201.14 bushels per acre. A yield of
185.74 bushels per acre was
grown by John Brown for a sec
ond place award. Third prize was
awarded to Samuel Forry for his
variety which yielded of 173.15
bushel per acre.
Donald Daub, Daub’s Welding,
was the recipient of the Honorary
Young Farmer Award for his
sponsorship of the Program of
County Mid-Winter Meeting at
the McComas Hall at Bel Air
Methodist Church in Bel Air at
6:30 p.m. Dinner cost is $lO per
person and preregistration for this
last session (February 16) is
required by February 11.
For more information and to
preregister for the February 16
dinner meeting, contact the Har
ford County Extension Office,
(410) 638-3255.
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