Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 11, 1994, Image 32

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    A32-llftcWf Farming, Saturday, Juha tl, 1994
Prices For Strawberries
Top At $3OO For 2-Quarts
Lancaster Farming Staff
LANCASTER (Lancaster Co.)
—Camaraderie marked the Straw
berry Roundup luncheon that Lan
caster Rotarians sponsored for 22
4-H members and their families on
Wednesday at the Farm and Home
Despite problems with frost and
the difficulty of raising berries to
/each their prime on the Roundup
*Day, 4-H’ers who persevered to
raise top qualjty berries this year
were rewarded by the generous
bids of the Rotarians.
Top bidding for the grand
champion berries rose to $3OO
an incredible price according to
12-year-old Diana Erb who awa
kened at 4:50 a.m. to pick her
prize-winning berries.
“I picked five flats of berries and
spread them out on the picnic
table. From those, I picked the big
gest to bring,” Diana said.
A sixth-grader at Locust Grove
School, Diana also helps her
parents, Jim and Romainc Erb, at
the Brooklawn Farm Market
located along Route SOI. She plans
Designed to answer today’s needs and built to last.
Inil J ®^ rs Things Up!
WmXLD P-308 Liquid Manure Pump
The Moat
Powerful Stirs Pits
On The Market! aMh And Lagoons
' >l| IN A FLASH
Powerful Auger Various lengths
That Brings Even available on a
The Biggest Solids 2-wheel or 4-wheel
Thru The frame and 3-point
Shredding Impeller hitch on a tractor
For Further Information , Contact Your Nearest
Dealer Or
Columbia Cross Road, PA.
(800) 227-3486
to reinvest some of the prize win
ning money for next year’s crop
and to pul the remaining money in
the bank.
Donald Horn of Pennfield Cor
poration counted out the prize
winning dollars. He consistently
supports the 4-H Roundup by
offering top bids.
With the hope that his wife will
make a strawberry pic, Timothy
Peters, president of Lancaster Rot
ary, paid $lOO for the reserve
champion berries raised by Lynn
Ressler. The 4-H’er said he grows
175 plants for his project It was
the third year for 12-year-old
Lynn’s participation in the
‘This year I entered a different
variety Late Glo they are
bigger,” he said.
The sixth grader at the Swift
Middle School plans “to stick the
money in the bank.”
Lynn is the son of Leon and Lou
Ann Ressler of Peach Bottom.
Auctioneer Harold Keller said
that the Rotary Club sponsors the
annual event to encourage entre
preneurship, perseverance in com-
Megan Holloway of Peach Bot
tom, $65; Neil Wenger of Man
heim, $75; Lee Kessler of Peach
Bottom, $80; Derek Stoner of Lan
caster, $55; Brian Hess of Lancas
ter, $4O; Kandi Mullen of Peach
Bottom. $3O; Jimmy Mullen of
Peach Bottom, $3O; Mike Yost of
Lancaster, $27.50; Mark Leaman
of Lancaster, $25; Steve Leaman
of Lancaster $27.50; Janine Lea
man of Lancaster, $22.50; Cate
McMahon of Kirkwood, $22.50;
Darellc Leaman of Lancaster,
$22.50; Stephanie Dagen of Man
heim, s2o;' Andrea Viso of Holt
wood, $22.50; Kendra Bucher of
Manheim, $17.50; Elizabeth
Greiner of Manheim. $2O; Melissa
Holloway of Peach Bottom, $2O;
Joey Brubaker of Quarryville, $l5;
and Collette Adams of Lancaster,
I I I I I i-J The Leader In The
1 I U Field
WIC Liquid Manure Spreader
•~r~ —■ **
is Y«an
In Manure
• Quick-lock impeller
• Even spreading and (joor)
great stability! . standard frame or
• From 1950 to 6000 2 steering wheels
gallons! on the back.
pleting a project, and
Each 4-H member is allowed to
enter two quarts to be auctioned
during the luncheon. A listing of
the members and the amount paid
for the berries follows;
ry patch paided off for 4-H’ers, Lynn
Ressler and Diana Ert> when their berries took reserve and
champion places, respectively, at the Rotary Club 4-H
Strawberry Roundup. Shown with the pair are, from left,
Auctioneer Harold Keller, Extension Agent Zoann Parker,
and Tim Peters, Rotary president.
f- PAY OFF! j
g i « *JSm
BondvdsTß silatube
F* * ~
P-6200 Self-operating silage bale tubing-machine SilaTube with
48” to 58” hydraulically adjustable drum. B/S 9 HP gas engine,
complete with pump and control valves. Front wheels (2) 8.5x8
and rear wheels (2) 5.9x15. Integrated oil reservoir. N.B.
Requires no preparation.
□ Dumping trailer IV4 ton, 5 ton,
B ton, 12 ton
□ Forage Box - 12 ton
□ Autoload round bale handler
□ Round bale rack
□ Wagon 10 ton 4 wheels, 12 ton
6 wheels, 12 ton 4 wheels
a Hay rack (or round bales
mounted on 12 ton dump trailer
□ Rotary cutter
□ Rolling harrows
□ Concrete mixer
□ Liquid manure spreader
□ Bedding chopper
□ Strawberry mulcher
□ Chopper blower “Blizzard*
□ -Motorized Silage feeder
O Motorized grain feeder
□ Motorized round bale feeder
□ Motorized baled hay wagon
icheck i^roduc*
I Name
| Address
□ Manual tilaga feeder
□ Manual baled hay wagon
□ Manual grain feeder
□ Sani-Cart
□ Control feed wagon
□ Roller mill
□ Hammer mill
□ Electronic Control for roller mill
□ Electronic Control for
hammer mill
□ Computerized tyttem WIC-100
□ Grain auger*
□ Conveyor
□ Hay dryer'
□ Barn ventilator
□ Barn broom
□ Electronic twlng gate
□ Motor* - gat
□ Motors • electric