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Arthur Graybill Farm, Stevens,
Symposium on Improving Repro
ductive Performance of Beef
Cattle, National Association of
Animal Breeders, Grove Park
Inn, Asheville, N.C.
Healthy People 2000 Conference,
Immaculata College, Immacu
S.G. Pa. Dairy Pasture Walk, Brian
and Brenda Moyer Farm, Fran-
Fair, 8 a.m.-ll p.m. daily
Lebanon County Dairy Princess
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Workshop and Tour, Elizabeth
Farms, Brickerville, 9:30 a.m.
S.E. Pa. Twilight Fruit Growers
meeting, Keim Orchards, Boy
ertown, 6:30 p.m.
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Philadelphia County Fair, Fair
mount Park, thru June 13.
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simple installation, also
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Lancaster County Beekeepers’
meeting. Bob and Annette
Perry County Dairy Princess
Pageant, Penn Township Mun
icipal Park, Duncannon, 7:30
Lamb Carcass Evaluation, On
Foot, Delaware Valley College
Catawissa Valley Fair, Catawissa,
thru June 12.
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Ag Issues Forum, Leola Family
Restaurant, 7:30 a.m.-9 a.m.
Lamb Carcass Evaluation, On
Rail, Gehman’s Meats, Mor-
bridge, Md., thru June 12.
National Guernsey Convention,
Best Western Dubuque Inn,
Dubuque, lowa, thru June 14.
Over 80% of the nation’s top egg
producers* have already switched
to Chore-Time cages with ULTRAFLO®
Egg producers have been putting up with obsolete
chain feeders far too long. Now there's a better
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54 egg producers* have gone to ULTRAFLO. A lot of
smaller ones have too.
They've all looked at the advantages and chosen
ULTRAFLO. That’s because it makes them more
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MERCER (Mercer Co.) The
39th annual spring show and sale
of the Northwestern Pennsylvania
Hereford Association was held at
the Mercer 4-H Park on April 24.
The show was at 2 p.m. with
Eric Ligo of Mercer as the judge
and the sale at 7 p.m. with Harry
Anderson of Georgetown as the
The sale started with items
donated by the membership to
benefit the junior association.
The 33 lots (females and bulls)
totaled $29,960 for an average of
$9OB/head. There were 22
females, totalling $18,120 for an
average of 5824/hcad. The 11
bulls totaled $11,840 for an aver-
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The grand champion bull, a
December 1990 son of BB MSU
ISS Wisdom, consigned by Circle
W Hereford Farm of Salem, Ohio
sold to James E. Ellis of Venus,
Pa. for $1,300. Circle W also had
reserve grand champion bull, a
January 1992 son of CWF Special
Force, sold to Robert Bcdncr of
Pittsburgh, Pa. for $1,600. Top
selling bull was consigned by
Hillside Hereford Farm of Butler,
an April 1992 son of JCD NV
Ascendant sold to Wilbur DcVorc
of Bear Lake, Pa. for 51,775.
DeVore was also a volume buyer
with the purchase of five lots.
Circle W continued in the win
ner circle with grand champion
heifer, June 1992 daughter of
CWF Special Force, sold to Charl
es Vogel of Evans City, Pa. for
$1,025. Reserve grand champion
heifer was consigned by Stanley
Hunt of Portcrsvillc and pur
chased by Wilbur DcVorc of Bear
Lake, Pa. for $BOO.
There was a lie for highest sell
ing female, a consignment by Tcl
lish Hereford Farm of Hookstown,
Pa., an August 1991 daughter of
RRH Muchmore, sold to Michael
Kopko of Washington, Pa. for
Frank Cranberry 111 of Zelicno
ple. Pa. consigned the champion
cow, a February 1990 daughter of
IHRY GK Race, which sold to
Susan Salusky of Emlcnton, Pa.
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