Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 05, 1993, Image 199

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    Audrey Stahl Is shown with a calf inside the 117-year-old Stahl family bam near
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“You work through the problem,"
said Stahl, who sells to Schnieders
in Pittsburgh.
Even the recent Somerset Coun
ty drought didn’t affect the Stahl
operation as severely as it did far
mers elsewhere.
"The drought year was proba
bly the best corn year we ever
had,” said Stahl. “I guess the Lord
really blessed us because the rain
always came at a critical time.” He
said some of his neighboring far
mers got more than 200 bushels of
com per acre that year and the
quality was good.
“We’re not just dairying,” said
ARLINGTON, Va. There is
no surer sign that spring has
arrived than the taste of a mouth
watering cheeseburger cooked on
the grill.
The Beef Industry Council,
American Dairy Association and
National Dairy Promotion and
Research Boaid have combined,
their farmer checkoff dollars for a
campaign to kick off the grilling
season this month with Double
Cheeseburger Days.
“Although BIC and ADA have
funded this annual campaign for
several years, we thought the
National Dairy Board could help
extend it and make it even more
successful,” said Bill Underwood,
New York dairy farmer and chair
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Celebrate June Dairy Month all year-round by using real dairy products.
Working together to increase sales for Pennsylvania dairy farmers.
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Commodity Checkoff
Programs Unite
Dairy Foods
Sponsored by dairy farmers in your area, and:
• American Dairy Association and Dairy Council, Inc.
• Mid East United Dairy Industry Association/
F. 0.36 Advertising and Promotion Agency
• Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program
Stahl. “Wc grow crops to sell.” He
said they buy more soybeans and
Business decisions are reached
through informal discussion rather
than formal family meetings,
rset County Day At The Farm
event And this year Stahl is
responsible for supplying 2,500
half-pints of milk for the same
Stahl is a former director of the
Somerset County PFA and presi
dent of the county Pennsylvania
Farmers’ Union, director in Farm
Credit and served with FmHA,
Soil Conservation Service, and
of the National Dairy Board’s
Advertising and Sales Promotion
The over $7 million campaign
will include national TV advertis
ing, local radio advertising, a
retailer display contest, print ads,
a consumer sweepstakes and
point-of-purchase materials. The
promotion will air through May
with radio advertising extending
into June.
Some retailers reported that last
year’s promotion increased retail
cheese sales by 7.8 percent and
lean ground beef sales by 5
This promotion is funded
America’s dairy and beef farmers.