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AS-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 6, 1994
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To Sew a Fine Seam
On August 12. 1851, Isaac Singer obtained a patent on his
rocking-treadle sewing machine. Singer's invention had
many improvements over previous, unsuccessful
machines it had a straight needle that went up and down, it
could sew a straight or curved seam, and it had a fool-operat
ed treadle to run the mechanism Unfortunately, it also had
the special lock-stitch that had been previously patented by
Elias Howe Singer refused to negotiate an agreement with
Howe, and a legal battle ensued. Finally, in 1854, Howe was
awarded a royalty on every machine manu
red Howe and Singer both did quite
financially and the public got a practi
il. affordable sewing machine.
Late resounds what early
c* The nitrogen-rich tops of potatoes, beets, carrots, and
parsnips are good additions to your compost heap.
Long before “the environ
ment" became such a hot
topic. Buckminster Fuller
said. “Pollution is nothing
but the resources we arc not
harvesting We allow them to
disperse because we've been
ignorant of their value ” To
successfully conquer the
problems of pollution and
waste, we need to
change not only our
habits, but our atti
tudes as well We can
think of recycling as a
on us or a savvy business
investment in this busi
ness of living on earth
Doq Days end, Aug. 11.
Polish Beets and
4 cups ahraddad, cookad baati
1 taWaipoon Hour
1 tablaapoon augar
k laaapoon uH
'k cup tour craam
1 tablaapoon vinagar
Melt butter in saucepan.
Stir in beets and heat
gently. Stir in flour.
sugar, and salt. Add sour
cream and vinegar.
1 Heal thoroughly,
do not boil.
MtkM t to I Mfvlng*.
CATTLE 205.. PDA ..Compared to last
Tuesday's market.il. (teen uneven, .SO
lower to 1.00 higher, cowi .75 to 1.25 low
er. STEERS: few High Choice and Prime
1060/1220 lbs. 65.00-66.85, Choice
1000/1225 lb*. 63.85-68.10, couple 70.00,
Select 53.00-61.75. HOLSTBINS; few
Choice IIOQ/1375 lbs. 59.0060.75, few
Select 52.0057.00. HEIFERS: few Choice
1060/1290 lbs. 60.00-67.35, Select
55.0057.50. COWS: few Breaking Utility
and Commercial 42.00-44.75, Cutter and
Bat. Utility 41.0044.75. few 48.25, Can
ner and Low Colter 37.25-41.00. Shells
down to 33.25. BULLOCKS: one Choice
1240 lbs. 6050. BULLS; few Yield Grade
No. 11100/1710 lb*. 57.0062.60. few No.
2 1410/2200 lbs. 48.0055.60. FEEDER
CATTLE: Steen: Medium Frame No. 1
410/750 lbs. 60.00-68.00; Heifers:
Medium Frame No. 1 260/600 lbs.
60.00- one 72.00, few Large Frame
No. 2 300/480 lbs. 60.0069.00; Bulls:
Laige Frame No. 160C/700 tbs. 64.00, one
1060 lbs. 75.00, few Medium Frame No. 1
300/700lb*. 51.00-70.00, few 250/265 lbs.
Rainy and cool:
clearing and very
cool: then sunny
and warm, some
CALVES 92..VEALERS: Standard and
Clear and hot,
cool and rainy
north and east.
Cool and rainy;
then sunny and
Rainy and cool,
then sunny and
and foggy coast.
Tuesday, Anguat 2, 1994
Report Sapp Bed by PDA
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■ Broiler Contracts
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■ Breeder oMlsiote
■ Pallet Contracts
mm* • Torn 8c Hen Turkeys
Two SO'xOOO' Tom Turkoy Houui
Authorized (SflSl. master distributor since 1982
Good 75/95 lbs. 42.00-55.00.
RETURNED TO FARM: No. 1 Holstein
bulls 90/120 lbs. 90.00-110.00, couple
117.50, No. 2 85/125 lbs. 60.00-100.00;
few No. 2 90/105 lbs. 170.00-180.00, few
No. 2 65/100 lbs. 50.00-155.00. Few Beef
cross bulls and heifers 80/115 lbs.
HOGS 78...8an0ws and gilts 1.50 to
2.00 lower. BARROWS AND GILTS: US
No. 1-2 240/260 lbs. 42.75-43.00. US 1-3
240/270 lbs. 40.25-42.25, few US 2-3
240/260 lbs. 38.00. SOWS; few US 1-3
375/470 lbs. 32.50-35.50. BOARS: couple
355 A 70S lb*. 22.50 & 24.00.
FEEDER PIGS 0...N0 MARKET
SHEEP 14.. Slaughter Lambs: Choice
70/80 lbs. 65.00-75.00. Slaughter sheep:
GOATS 7...C0up1e Large 38.00, one
Small 11.00, few Urge Kids 8.00-22.50. -
Monday, Aug. 1, 1994
Report Supplied by Auction
CATTLE: 179. STEERS: CHOICE
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For information on now contracts being
offered by local feed end ttrtifawi compoilee
Northeast Agri Systems, Inc.
Store hours Mon -Frl 730t0 4 30 mki
. Sot 800 to Noon fijHiyi
24 Hr 7 Day Repair Service
1-800-673-2580 W fSSSSPj
Flyway Business Park ;
139 A West Airport Road
Litltz, PA 17543
Ph: (717) 569-2702
64.00-66.25, GOOD 61.50-63.50.
HEIFERS: CHOICE 62.50-6S.SO,
COWS: UTILITY A COMMERCIAL
42.00-47.00; CANNER AND LOW CUT
BULLOCKS: GOOD A CHOICE
BULLS: YIELD GRADE NO. 1
FEEDER CATTLE: STEERS
SB.OO-75.00, BULLS SS.OO-68.00, HEIF
CALVES: 167. PRIME, NO MARKET
TEST, CHOICE. NO MARKET TEST,
GOOD 82.00-89.00, STANDARD
25.00-SS.OO, HOLSTEIN BULLS 90-130
LBS. 90.00-11S.00, HOLSTEIN HEIFERS
90-130 LBS. 125.00-200.00.
HOGS: 95. US NO. 1-2 41.75-42.75, US
NO. 1-3 41.00-41.50.
SOWS: US NO. 1-3 28.00-33.00.
FEEDER PIGS: 42 HEAD. US#l-3
20-50 LBS. 12.00-26.00.
SHEEP: 76. CHOICE LAMBS
72.00-80.00, GOOD LAMBS 65.00-70.00,
SLAUGHTER EWES 18.00-29.00.
13 LOADS OF HAY. TIMOTHY
57.00-83.00; ALFALFA 108.00; 1 LOAD
OF STRAW 124.00.
WE PAY CASH *
for seller financed
Real Estate Notes and Mortgages,
Are you receiving payments?
Would you like cash now? Why wait?
Explore your options with
Moriah Farm, Kleinfoltersville. PA 17039-0198
Contracts Available For
• Hog Finishing:
• Sow Unite: 200-1,300 Sow*
305 UNIVERSITY AVE.
(Formtrly Long Lumbor)
Monday • Friday