Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 23, 1993, Image 32

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A32-Unc*sttr Fanning, Saturday, October 23,1993
Dairymen, Inc.
member-producers of the Middle
Atlantic Division, Dairymen, Inc.,
have been honored for achieving
the Excellence Award, the dairy
cooperative’s highest level of
quality milk production.
Excellence Award producers
for 1992 from Maryland were
Thomas Sr. and Thomas L. Keach,
Lonely Acres Farm, Rocky Ridge;
Charles and Mary Ann Seraydian,
Taneytown; and Albert and Tra
cey Hurline, Walberth Farm,
Baldwin. Pennsylvanians receiv
ing the cooperative’s highest
achievement level were Robert
and Keith Grove, Antrim Way
Farm, Greencastle; Harold and
Joyce Raubenstine, Hanover; and
Joseph and Nancy Yoder,
A total of ihore than SO
member-farms were recognized
during the cooperative’s division
meeting held October IS at the
Sheraton Inn, for continuous pro
duction of high quality milk
through 1992. All made Dairy
men’s Honor Roll for at least 11
out of 12 months of the year.
Honor Roll requirements
include a monthly standard plate
Quarter-century Dairymen membewrs honored at the
division meeting were, from left, Carl and Grace Weant and
Ivan and Hilda Maust.
men -er qui „ award winners Included, lc , Clement and Donna
Haldeman, John and Wanda Stone, Carl and Grace Weant, and Ed and Joanne
-.*mg_ . Jtn si jr quality awards were. from left, Elaine and Sterling Cla
baugh, Harold and Karen Wlldasln, Eugene and Yvonne Yaughn, and Gary and
Martha Braunlng.
county of under 5,000 and somatic
cell under 500,000 no antibiotics
or suspensions, excellent or good
sediment level, and freeze pont at
.530 or better.
Excellence Award winners met
Honor Roll standards all 12
months of 1992 and scored
inspection scores of 99 or 100.
Gold award levels members
met Honor Roll standards all 12
months and scored inspections of
92 points or better. Maryland
members at the gold level were
Harold and Sharon Carbaugh,
Clear Spring; Daniel and Peggy
Jackson, Chislon Farm, Westmin
ster, Wilbur Craps ter, Woodsbor
o; John Henry Garst, Woodsboro;
C.G. and A.P. Knill, L. Meadow
Farm Partnership, Woodbine; and
Michael and Anita Haines, Locust
Ayr Farm, Taneytown.
Dairymen’s Pennsylvania pro
ducers at the gold level were
Kevin and Harold Martin, Bethel
Hill Dairy, Oxford; Claude and
Kevin Cooper, New Freedom;
Chistian and Deloris Elliott,
McConnellsburg; Leonard
Queitzsch, Rivervales Landmark
Farm, Mifflintown; Joel and Lydi-
Honors Quality Producers
Gold quality award winners from Dairymen included, from left, Joel and jrls
Elliott, Claude Cooper, Harold Martin, Harold and Sharon Carbaugh, and Helen
jlrymeh A quality achlvement, the Excellence Award, went to, from left,
Charles and Mary Ann Seraydlan, Tracey Hurline for Walberth Farm, Harold and Joy
ce Raubenstinr and Robert Grove.
a Yoder, Salisbury; and David and
Sarah Zook, Lltitz.
Silver level honorees met Hon
or Roll standards for 11 of the 12
months, had a SPC of less than
50,000 on the non-qualifying
month, and scored inspections of
92 or more points.
Maryland members receiving
silver awards were Sterling Alban,
Manchester; Eletus and Austin
Armacost, Armacost Farms,
Upperco; Marjory and Fay Bar
row, Bel Air, the Gary Brauning
family, Finksburg; Brian and
Elaine Clabaugh, Keymar, Wil
mer and Loretta Mae Martin,
Hagewrstown; Chales and Marie
Nevius, Wesstminster; Douglas
and Rose Smith, Street; John, Jr.
and Wanda Kaye Stone, Freder
ick; W. Kenneth, Jr. and Darlene
Vansant, White Hall; M. Eugene,
E. Yvonne Vaughn, Taneytown;
Carl and Grace Weant, Taney
town; and Katherine and Tal
madge Wilson Jr., ML Airy.
Silver awards went to the fol
lowing Pennsylvania producers;
Russel Baer 111, Newville; David
and Katie Beiler, Ronks; David
and Amanda Beiler, New Hol
land; Laveme, Norma, Brian and
Mark Bupp, Brogue; Harold and
Karen Wildeson and John Ocker,
Creekwood Farm, Chambersbuig;
J. Michael and Brenda Cunning
ham, Aspers; Mark and Donna
Garber, Waynesboro; and Marvin
and Sally Garber, Fayetteville.
Also, Melvin Glatfelter, Airville;
Isaiah and Ariana Click, Lancas
ter; Clement and Donna Halde
man, Greene as tic; Paul and Elaine
Keeney, York; Abner and Fannie
King, paradise; Amos and Hannah
King, Paradise; Levi and Lydia
Kinsinger, Myersdale; Jacob and
Annie Lapp, Kinzer; Elmer and
Norma Miller, Chambersburg;
Rodney Sebright, East Berlin; and
John and Sarah Yoder, Myersdale.
West Virginia members achiev
ing the Silver quality level were
Larry Lamp. Shcphardstown;
Edward and Joan Lipscomb,
Eglon; and Glenville Shade,
Five producers were honored
for 75 years of continuous mem
bership with Dairymen, Inc., and
the division’s predecessor organi
zation, Maryland Cooperative
Milk Producers. Seventy-five year
awards went to Daniel Sr., and
Daniel M, Bosley, Jr., Sparks;
Wilfred and Annie Hoff, West
minster; Ben and Dorothy Mark
line, White Hall; James and David
Patrick, Woodbine; and Charles
and Odessa Trout, Street.
Recognition of 2S years of con
tinuous membership was extended
to eight producers. Quarter
century members are E. Allen,
Paul and Marguerite Clas, Sykes
ville; C. Trenton and Deborah
Jones, Emmittsburg; George and
Elizabeth Jordan, New Park, Pa.;
Michael and Anita Haines, Locust
Ayr Farm, Taneytown; Ivan and
Hilda Maust, Taneytown; Carrol
Miller, Boonsboro; Wilmer and
Daisy Rexroth, Airville; Pa.; and
CArl and Grace Weant,
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