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With the champion FFA market hog Is Jay Hess.
The champion 4-H market hog was shown by Crystal
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Hess Wins Two Lampeter Livestock Shows
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the champion from the fust place
Other winners in the FFA hog
show were Matt Frey, Solanco
FFA, lightweight champion: Jason
Reifsnyder, Penn Manor FFA,
medium weight champion; and
Keith Frey, Penn Manor, light
heavyweight champion. •
In the 4-H hog show. Crystal
Charles had the championra
crossbred gilt from the light heavy
weight division; Erie Charles had
the lightweight champion; and
Daryl Rineer had the heavyweight
In the 4-H steer show, Dale
Livengood had the champion with
a 1,276-pound crossbred. Only
three steers were in the 4-H show.
Larry Weaver, New Holland, was
the judge. The combined 4-H and
FFA steer show, with only a total
of seven head, was the smallest
show in memory.
State Ag Secretary Boyd Wolff
and Mrs. Wolff visited the Lampe
ter Fair and said that the Pennsyl
vania Department of Agriculture
works with 112 fairs across the
state. Wolff said he enjoys visiting
the fairs, and it gives him the
opportunity to see Pennsylvania’s
fine produce and meet the many
nice people in agriculture.
P. J. Parmiter & Sons limited
Lancaster Fuming, Saturday, September 25, 1993-A3l
Dale Livengood showed the champion 4-H market steer.