Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 24, 1993, Image 33

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    Dairy Cattle
(Continued from Pago A 32)
gego Sultan Jodie, owned by
Matthew Welk, of Peach Bottom.
The junior champion Holstein
was junior yearling Len-Mer-Pine
Majestic Cami, shown by Melanie
Balmer, of Manheim. The reserve
junior champion was a senior calf,
SuKavin Starbuck Jazz ET, shown
by Sandra Kauffman of Peach
Bottom.
In the Jersey breed, the senior
and grand champion was an aged
From the left, the first and second place owned and bred
Holsteins of the Lancaster County 4-H Dairy Show are
shown by Jeremy Welk and Denise Bollinger.
8 Great Reasons lb Keep
Roundup' Around All ibar Around.
II around the farm, all season
■I long, versatile Roundup®
herbicide can help you in
more ways than any other
herbicide. From weed control along
fencerows to controlling the toughest
perennials like milkweed, johnson
grass or bindweed, Roundup can
handle the job. And because the price
has been reduced 23% since 1985,
Roundup is a better buy than ever.
See me for versatile, economical
Roundup. It’s the help you need all
around the place.
Monsanto
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of Monsanto Company © Monsanto Company 1959
13M9-L2O
Show Season
cow, Stan-Els Ben Harmony,
shown by Micheal Balmer, of
Manheim. The reserve grand
champion was the junior champ
ion, intermediate calf Farmington
Hill Sam Lily, shown by Judy
Geissinger, of Gordonville.
The reserve junior champion
Jersey was a senior calf shown by
Melanie Balmer, S V Toptin Lupy.
Best bred and owned animal was a
senior calf. Cicadas Chief Candy,
owned by Karen Shaub, of
Lancaster.
■ Get rid of weeds around your M 3 Reduce mowing trips on set
farmhouse, driveway and patio aside all summer long,
this summer.
||H| Eliminate grasses along fences,
■ ditches and roads during the
summer.
■ Clean up perennials after
harvest.
f Renovate pastures in spring jjn Control brush anytime you've
or fall. Jpt got time.
CRAIG WILLIAMS
Lycoming Co. Correspondent
WELLSBORO (Lycoming
Co.) The Penn State Dairy
men’s Club Service Award nomi
nations are being sought.
The award is designed to give
recognition for outstanding contri
butions to the dairy industry of
Pennsylvania.
Individuals eligible on a rota
tional basis will include the fol
lowing categories;
1) Active dairymen that have
made significant strides in the area
of herd production, community
and industry involvement
2) Educadon/Research indivi
duals from Extension, University
Faculty and Vo-Ag Teachers.
3) Agri-Business individuals
from the fields of nutridon, pro
cessing, marketing, animal health,
and finance.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DEALER
FOR INFORMATION
ABOUT USING ROUNDUP®
Dairymen’s Club Service
Award Nominations Sought
The 1990 winner. Bob Patton,
received the award in the Agri-
Business Category. In 1991, Wil
liam Conyngham received the
award in the Active Dairymen
category, and in 1992, Dr. Larry
Specht was the recipient in the
Educadon/Research category.
The Penn State Dairymen’s
Club wishes to recognize indivi
duals who have made contribu
dons to the dairy industry and also
honor those who have given of
their time and energy for the bet-
Control weeds pre-plant in early
H spring.
■ Stop in-crop weeds with a spot
spray or pipewick in July.
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 24. 1993-A33
terment of their community.
Nominations and a short
resume should be sent to: Craig
Williams, Penn State Cooperative
Extension, 118 Main Street,
Wellsboro, PA 16901.
Nominations for the Service
Award are due by Sept. 10,1993.
The award winner will be
announced and recognized at the
Club’s annual meeting to be held
on Oct 30,1993 at the Penn State
Ag Arena.
Grace Plans
To Divest ABS
DeFOREST, Wis.
ABS of DeForest Wis-
consin, announces the
recent formal decision
by its parent company,
W.R. Grace of Boca
Raton, Florida, to divest
ABS.
Last week, W.R.
Grace announced to
ABS officials its inten
tion to publicly desig
nate ABS, along with
certain other business
es, as a “discontinued
unit,” and begin the of
ficial process of divest
ment
This divestment deci
sion does not reflect on
the ABS business or the
performance of its em
ployees. Rather, it is a
decision to focus Grace
on its core business
areas. During an ex
change of views which
took place in the course
of the recent ABS
Strategic Business Plan
presentation to Grace
management Grace ex
pressed its belief in the
ABS business, the ac
tions taken to strength
en ABS, and supported
the objectives and
strategies set forth in
the ABS Strategic Plan.
“I view this decision
as a very positive devel
opment,” said Jack
Shelton, ABS president.
“Both Grace and ABS
are committed to mak
ing this a smooth transi
tion that is not only in
the best interest of
Grace, but also enables
us, the ABS global
team, to continue the
process of strategically
developing a multi-cul
tural genetics organiza
tion that responds and
reacts to the changing
needs of our diverse
customers. The process
will be carefully man
aged in a fashion non
disruptive to the ABS
business plan or to the
products and services
offered to ABS custom
ers around the world.
ABS management
will work with Grace
management in the ac
tual divestment activi
ties. At this time, no
legitimate offers on
ABS are pending, and a
few weeks will be
necessary to prepare
data for Grace to initiate