Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 17, 1993, Image 1

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    fOL. 39 No. 23
Premier breeder and exhibitor of the Maryland Holstein Spring Show was the
Schwartzbecks who are the first family to ever win both awards: from the left, Oren
Bender presents award to Gus and Lisa Schwartzbeck family and Nona and Joe
Schwartzbeck. Also shown is Arthur Rhoderick, representing the award sponsor.
McDonald’s: Pure Food Campaign A Publicity Stunt
Lancaster Farming Staff
OAK BROOK, 111. A coali
tion of two anti-biotechnology and
Anti-agriculture organizations both
connected and founded by Jeremy
Rifkin, a Washington D.C.-based
activist, said it plans to hand out
leaflets today to customers of
Santa Gertrudis Cattle Have
Hardiness, Flavor, Leanness
Lancaster Farming Staff
BARLOW (Adams Co.)
Beef producers and buyers, as
Gene and Linda Moose know all
100 well, can become pretty set in
Chapel-Ridge Farm finishes and prepares about 20 head
of freezer beef per year using specially fed Santa Gertrudis
crossbreds and also raises purebred stock. From left to
right: Sue and husband Doug White and Linda and Gene
Moose. Photo by Andy Andrews.
Five Sections
McDonald’s restaurants across
North America.
The leaflets contain warnings
that consumers should be con
cco3Sifl*x> ut “artificial hormones”
in milk and meat and to call a 900-
tclephone number to get the names
of “safe” places to eat.
However, a spokesperson for
their ways.
“It’s amazing how many judges
and buyers buy according to the
color of hair,” said Linda.
“If it’s black, it brings big
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, April 17, 1993
McDonald’s Corporation head
quarters on Thursday dismissed
protest threats by Rifkin’s Pure
Food Campaign as a gimmick by
Rifkin to sell his anti-beef book
and promote himself.
Although (here are a number of
Pa. Poultry Federation Holds Fund Raiser
The Pennsylvania Poultry Federation had something worth crowing about at its
annual fund raising banquet held Thursday night at Hershey Convention Center.
“It appears that avian influenza (A. 1.) is under control,” said Lynn Henninger, chair
man of the board of directors.
Henninger spoke of the brief struggle the Industry had when a flare-up of the most
dreaded disease in the poultry industry surfaced a few months ago.
Together the poultry industry and the government spent $87,000 to deplete the
flare-up, and a jubilant Henninger reported successful eradication of A.l. and said,
"The Poultry Federation is the most aggressive, united industry in Pennsylvania.”
The balance from the industry’s A.I. fund is $40,000.
About 1,600 persons attended the fund raiser in which proceeds are used to main
tain a productive and healthy poultry Industry for its members and suppliers.
Pennsylvania FFA officers Jacy Clugston and Mandy Hilbert thanked the industry
for its strong support of FFA. “it’s your deposit In leadership, citzenship, and service
for the future,” Clugston said.
Entertainment was provided by Jerry Reed, country singer and guitarist.
In the above photo, guests enjoy hors d’ouevres before the banquet. Photo by Lou
Ann Good.
Schwartzbecks First
To Take Both Maryland
Premier Awards
Maryland Correspondent
TIMONIUM, Md. The 23rd
Maryland State Holstein Show
was held recently in the Cow
Palace at the Maryland State Fair
grounds. The turnout was great
this year with a total of 226
entries. Of those, 140 were shown
by junior members.
Judge Niles Wcndorf of Ixonia,
Wis., said he didn’t have a prob
lem choosing the grand champion,
C Bcrmaska Starbuck Chancel, a
senior 3-year-old owned by Gay
Ridge and Kingstead Farms.
She’s just magnificent, a real
discrepencies in statements from
the Pure Food Campaign/Beyond
Beef Campaign coalition head
quarters in Washington, D.C., pro
test organizers said it will go oo
and it will be as large as they say.
And, Ronnie Cummings, direc-
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outstanding individual,” said
judge Wendorf. RCFH Beautician
Bcach-Et, also a senior 3-year-old
shown by Gregg Knutscn was
chosen grand champion of the
junior show.
Junior champion of the junior
show went to Joshua Grossmcklc
for his spring yearling PHH Cold
spring Inspire Bar. Wind Drift
Holstems was awarded junior
champion ol the open show for
their fall heifer calf. Wind Drift
Starb Ncl Dcga-Et.
Chris and Budgec Hill were
delighted their wedding present, a
spring yearling, Windy-Knoll
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tor of Beyond Beef Campaign,
another Rifkin organization, said
the protest is definitely going to
Cummings was contacted
Thursday because he answered the
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