Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 18, 1993, Image 21

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    Winners of the premier breeder and premier exhibitor awards were the Chari.
Young Sr. family. From left, front, Kelly, Betsy, and Debra. Middle, Katie, and Charles
Sr. Back, Charles Jr.
Md, Contest Winners Advance
Mai ig - >r competition. ifson Dairy Expo.
From left, Lee Majeskle, coach; Anette Summers; April Hall; Shannon Harrison; Brian
Schnebly; Denny Remsburg; and Charles lager presenting checks on behalf of a
Doty Remsburg Memorial and the Maryland Holstein Association.
Hoffman Seeds, Inc., invites you to attend
one of the Held days and pig roasts listed
below to see the latest Funk’s G® brand corn
hybrid from Ciba Seeds adapted for central
Pennsylvania. The Held days will be held at
the following locations:
For directions or more information, please call:
Rob Kauffman, District Manager 814-667-2110
or call the Hoffman Seeds, Inc. office at the 800 number listed below.
144 Main St., Landisville, PA 17538
Phone: 1-800-776-7929
Adding Value to Your Seed Investment
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Lancwter Farming, Saturday, September is, 1993-A2l
Colored Breeds Show
Held At Solanco
EVERETT NEWSWANGER “>d Robert and Sharon Nolan had
Managing Editor die reserve champion. Rebecca
In the colored breeds show at the Nolan had the junior champion and
Solanco Fair this week, Robert and Craig Nolan had the reserve junior
Bonnie Wentworth had the grand champion,
champion in the Ayrshire breed (Turn to Page A 22)
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♦ Consistent performance. Produced 203 Bu/A m
Sussex County, Del. m a 1992 field check
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♦ Resistant to Southern Com Leaf Blight
Relative Maturity: 120 days
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, ♦ Excellent response to high yield environments
Week Cilia Seeds
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Landisville, PA 17538
Call toll free; 1-800-776-7929
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