Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 18, 1993, Image 23

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    HARRISBURG (Dauphin Co.)
The 1993 Pennsylvania Hols
tein Fall Championship Show is
scheduled for Tuesday, September
21,1993 beginning at 9:00 a.m. at
the Farm Show Complex, Harris
burg, they have 282 entries to be
judged by James Burdette, Hols
tein breeder from Mercersburg.
The 1993 Keystone Holstein
Futurity winner will be named
during the show. There were 189
calves entered in 1990, there are
17 animals entered to show in the
Futurity class. The class winner
will receive a check in excess of
$llOO, 1/2 of the revenue gener
ated by the 1993 Futurity
The 1993 All-Pennsylvania
Award winners will also be named
during the Fall Show. Cattle that
have placed well during the spring
and summer shows are vying for
All-Pennsylvania recognition.
Trophy sponsors are an impor
tant part of the show program,
sponsors cover costs of the awards
presented to each Open and Junior
.class winner at the Show. Those
businesses and individuals
Ty-Ly View Holstein* - Roar-
Sales ★ Service ★ Rentals
* Complete Generator Systems
* PTO * Portables * 2-1600 KW
«We Service It If You Have It
And Sell It If You Need It"
34 W. Mohler Church Rd.
Ephrata, PA 17522
Tel: 717-738-0300
Fax; 717-738-4329
282 Vie For Holstein Fall Championship
ing Branch, Dennis Reiman &
Family - Centerville, Bent Creek
Farm • Mechanicsburg, Chris-
Gold Farms - Chambersburg,
Dennis & Karen Halfast - Center
ville, John Marchezak Family -
Bentleyville, Hillmont Farms -
Berlin, Solid Gold Holsteins -
Emlenton, Tussy View Farms &
Fred Strouse - Centre Hall, Laszlo
Moses and Family - Greenville,
Semex USA East Inc. - Lancaster,
Ideal Holsteins - Centre Hall,
Afton-Springs Holsteins - Way
nesboro, Tri-Day Holsteins -
Shippensburg, Daniel & Patty
Hushon - Delta, Coredale Hols
teins - East Berlin, Warren & Lisa
Buckman - Peikasie, Penn Gate
Holsteins - Littlestown, Latimore
Valley Holsteins - York Springs,
Harry Bachman - Annville, Cor
nerstone Genetics - Mount Joy,
Farmshine Newspaper - Browns
town, Autumn View Holsteins -
Petersburg, Aldina Holsteins -
Chambersburg, Stonehurst Farms
Inc. - Strasburg, Windy Knoll
Are your wheat profits
getting lost at the mill?
You’ve just harvested your wheat crop and
the yields look pretty good. Looks like you’ll
even make enough to pay your taxes. Then you
ha'Ut the grain to the mill. It’s weighed. And you
find out your test weights are under 58 Ib/bu.
So instead of getting full profit, you lose B<t
for every bushel you produce. Even more if your
test weights are substantially under 58 Ib/bu.
So much for paying off the taxes.
Maximize your profits with
unmatched test weights.
With Hoffman 89, you’ll get every penny
from your wheat crop. In three-year trials con
ducted by Penn State and the University of
Maryland, Hoffman 89 weighed in with the top
test weight across all locations. -
Best of all, it produced test weights of 58
Ib/bu or more every single time, topping the
mean test weight by at least 4%.
Get superior test weights
without sacrificing yield.
But superior test weights are only half the
story with Hoffman 89. You’ll also get top-end
yields that will have you smiling all the way to
the bank.
Loss calculations based on $3.00 per bushel of #2 wheat with a test weight discount of B<t per bushel.
View Holsteins - Mercersburg,
Hearts Desire Holsteins - State
College, Show Ease Stall Co. -
Lancaster, Globe-Run Farms -
Petersburg, Dale Hostetler & Sons
- Annville, Bednarski Farms -
Aveiia, Singing Brook Farms -
Imler, Bernard Morrissey Insur
ance • Ephrata, American Breed
ers Service - DeForest, Gor-
Wood-D Holsteins - Mansfield,
Adding 16 Your Sotd bivosbnotit
Hoffman Seeds. Inc.. Landisville, PA 17538
Calf Toll Free:
Unc—ltr Finning, Saturday, Sipambtr 18, 1993-A23
Its 98 bu/A average, for example, produced
a 5% advantage over the mean yield of 92.9 bu/A
in Lancaster County trials. At $3.00 per bushel,
you’d make $15.30 more per acre using
Hoffman 89.
Winter hardiness boosts
plant population.
Hoffman 89 features excellent winter
hardiness to improve percent stand come spring.
It also tillers better than many varieties to
increase overall plant population. Superior
standability and Powdery Mildew tolerance
ensure maximum yield potential for added
Stop losing your profits at
Tired of losing your profits at the mill?
Then call your local Hoffman sales representa
tive. Or call Hoffman Seeds at 1-800-776-7929
We’ll show you how to get the most from your
wheat crop using Hoffman 89.
Royal Haven Holsteins - Towan
da, Lancaster Fanning - Ephrata,
Jeff Reasner & Michele Daven
port - Shippensburg, Tom & June
Boyer - York, JCY Farms - Green
castle, Welk Shade Holsteins -
Quarryville, Hem-View Holsteins
- Warren, Fairbrook Farms - PA
Furnace, Garden Acres Holsteins -