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AB-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 25, 1994
THIS WEEK WITH
A Little Light (Footed) Entertainment
The date was June 30,1859, and the place to be was Niagara
Falls, as Emile Blondm attempted to become the first per
son to cross the Falls on a tightrope. Approximately 5,000
people were on hand to watch the French acrobat and dare
devil (whose real name was Jean Francis Gravelet) at his
first exhibition. Dressed in pink tights and a spangled yellow
silk tunic, and carrying a long pole for balance, Blondin need
ed only five minutes to cross the 2-inch cable strung 151 feet
above the Falls. Blondin went on to expand his fame over the
next year with a senes of increasingly difficult feats He car
ried a man on his back as he crossed the cable, pushed a
loaded wheelbarrow across, and hob-
I i / bled across m a sack
Experience is good if not bought too dear.
its* Clean summer straw hats
meal, then brush off the soiled
Proper handling can help
make the most of sum
mer's bountiful fruits and
vegetables Never refrigerate
tomatoes it destroys their
flavor and texture right away
Avocadoes also prefer a cool
spot in your kitchen instead
of the refngator. Rinse
berries just before serving
their protective epidermal
layer will help to keep them
Special Otter from The Old Firmer*
Alminic. Handy Stonge Chert: How
to store everything from herbs to
hockey pucks. Send $2 to Stonge
Chert, Dept. UF, The Old Firmer*
Alminic, Box 520, Dublin, NH 03444
Dog Days begin July 3
by rubbing with white corn
11S-ounce can tomatoes with
110%-ounce can consommd
1 cup peeled, seeded, chopped
X cup chopped celery
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 clove garlic, pressed
Combine all ingredients in
saucepan. Bring to boil,
reduce heat, cover and
simmer 10 minutes. Remove
from heat When cool,
purle in blender Chill well
CATTLE 418.. PDA ..Compered to last
Tueidey'i market.il. iteen moitly steady
to itrong, cows steady to 1.00 lower.
STEERS; Choice 107S/147S lbs.
61.00- 25, few to 66.25, Select
57.00- few Standard 52.25-55.00.
HOLSTEINS: Choice 1100/1450 lbs.
58.00- one at 60.00, Select
54.75-57.75, Standard 50.00-53.85. HEIF
ERS: Choice 1000/1275 lbs. 58.00-64.00,
4 head S9.SO-65.75, Select 53.00- 57.50.
COWS: few Breaking Utility and Com
mercial 45.50-47.50, couple to 48.75, Cut
ler and Bon. Utility 44.75-48.00, couple to
50.50, Corner and Low Cutter 38.50-
44.00. Shells down to 35.00. BULLOCKS:
few Choice 56.00-57.00, few Select
54.50-60.50. BULLS: Yield Grade No. 1
1050/1860 lbs. 50.75-59.25, No. 2
940/1440 lbs. 47.75- 52.75. FEEDER
CATTLE; Steers: few Large Frame No. 1
700/750 lbs. 68.00-69.00, few Large
Frame No. 2 400/SOO lbs. 63.00-69.00;
Heifers few Medium Frame No. 1 400/800
sunny and warm;
cool and rainy.
Sunny and hot,
and warm, cold
CALVES 244..VEALERS; couple
Choice 81.00 A 105.00, Standard and
Good 70/95 lbs. 55.00-70.00, Utility 60/85
lbs. 45.00-60.00. RETURNED TO FARM:
No. 1 Holstein bulls 90/125 lbs.
140.00-172.50, few down to 130.00, No. 2
80/120 lbs. 75.00-135.00; No. 1 Holstein
heifers 85/120 lbs. 170.00-220.00, No. 2
70/100 lbs. 120.00-160.00 Beef cross bolls
and heifers 75/115 lbs. 80.00-150.00.
Rainy and cold;
cool, clearing and
clear and hot
clear and hot,
Tuesday, June 21, 1994
Report Supplied by PDA
G&G Pressure Washing
Coupon Based on 717-367-3649
r®m 1/2 Cent per Bird
11 111 Example 1/2Centx 100,000=5500.00
THIS COUPON MAY BE WORTH MORE OR LESS, DEPENDING
ON THE CAPACITY OF YOUR BUILDING
G&G Pressure Washing
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WHAT’S THAT, You think I will make the bill higher to cover our coupon?
Here’s what you do. Don’t tell me you are using the coupon or just deduct it
from the bill and send the coupon along with your payment.
Give us a call. I’m willing to prove myself!
Barry L. Garber
If You’re Planning On
Has Your SPRAYER
HOGS 404...(06/20 A 06/21/94)..8u1k
of supply sold on Monday and repotted by
the auction. BARROWS AND GILTS: US
No. 1 230/250 lbs. 45.50-47.25, US 1-2
220/250 lbs. 43.00-45.00, US 1-3 210/250
lbs. 42.00-43.00, US 2-3 210/260 lbs.
41.25- 43.00, US 2-4 275/300 lbs.
38.00- SOWS: US 1-3 300/510 lbs.
29.00- 350/695 lbs. 31.00-34.50.
BOARS; 400/645 lbs. 25.00-37.00,
200/300 lbs. 29.00-30.50.
FEEDER PICS 351... US 1-3 20/35 lbs.
22.00-33.00, 40/60 lbs. 37.00-45.00.
SHEEP 4.. Spring sL lambs: few Choice
50/80 lbs. 61.00-69.00. Slaughter sheep:
COATS 21... Large 36.00-61.00, Small
Kids 19.00-33.00. per head.
Estimated Daily Livestock Slaughter
Under Federal Inspection
June 22, 1994
CATTLE CALVES HOGS SHEEP
WEDNESDAY (EST) 124,000 4,000 335,000 16,000
WEEK AGO (EST) 122,000 4,000 332,000 17,000
YEAR AGO (EST) 122,000 4,000 333,000 20,000
WEEK TO DATE (EST) 368,000 13,000 954,000 42,000
SAME PD LT WK (EST) 369,000 12,000 959,000 51,000
SAME PD LT YR (ACT) 360,000 13,000 944,000 57,000
PREVIOUS DAY ESTIMATED TUESDAY STEER AND HEIFER 100,000, COW
AND BULL 23,000.
CONTACT US FOR THE
DEALER NEAREST YOU.
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, June 21, 1994
Report supplied by auction
COWS .32-48V4 .
EASY COWS .18V1 -,45V..
STEERS .4114 -.63V..
ROASTING PIGS EACH 5.00-47.00.
SHEEP .22-. SI.
LAMBS EACH 11.00-49.00.
LAMBS PER LB. .3S-.93.
GOATS EACH 35.00-117.50.
KIDS EACH 10.00-80.00.
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