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A2o*Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 17, 1994
Dennis Byrne of Herr Foods Inc., Nottingham, purchased
the 1,160-pound reserve champion steer from Jon Marsch
of Pottstown for $2/pound. The steer was then donated to
the House of His Creation In Sadsburyvllle.
Report Supplied by Auction
Sept. 10, 1994
RIDING HORSES, SERVICEABLE
AGE: AVERAGE TO GOOD QUALITY
925-1175 LBS. 510.00-790.00; 800-900
LBS. 430.00-560.00; BETTER QUALITY
950-1250 LBS. 780.00-1210.00; 800-900
LBS. 540.00-670.00, 2 AT 1000.00;
EXCELLENT QUALITY 1050-1200 LBS.
RIDING PONIES: SMALL FEW
265.00- LARGE 275.00-550.00. 2
EXCELLENT QUALITY 660 00-700.00.
LOOSE HORSES: AVERAGE TO
GOOD FLESH. 925-1175 LBS.
520.00- 800-900 LBS.
390.00- 1200-1350 LBS.
Accident, Md. 21520
Report Supplied by Auction
September 12, 1994
STOCK BULLS AND STEERS
(200-500 LBS ) 60 00-85.00.
STOCK HEIFERS; 60.00-72.00.
SLAUGHTER STEERS: GOOD TO
CHOICE 63.00-66 00, MEDIUM TO
GOOD 57.00-61,50, HEAVY CHOICE
OVER 1450 LB. 58.00-63.00
HOLSTEIN STEERS: HEAVY
52.00- LIGHT 45.00-55.50.
SLAUGHTER HEIFERS; GOOD TO
CHOICE 63.00-64.00, MEDIUM TO
GOOD 50.00-62 00.
BULLS: HEAVY 55.00-60 10, LIGHT
COWS: FEW HIGH DRESSING UPTO
47.00, UTILITY (HOLSTEIN)
44 00-46.00, COMMERCIAL TO GOOD
39 00-45.00, CULL COWS 38 00 AND
VEALS- GOOD TO CHOICE
70 00-100 00, MEDIUM TO GOOD
50 00-69 00
808 CALVES. 60 00 AND DOWN.
HOLSTEIN BULL CALVES
RETURN TO FARM (90 TO 120 LB.)-
100 00-121 00.
HOLSTEIN HEIFER CALVES
RETURN TO FARM (100 TO 120 LB ) -
100 00-202 00
BEEF CROSS CALVES RETURN
TO FARM UP TO 133 00.
HOGS TOP QUALITY 35 00-36 10,
HEAVY 34 00-34.75, LIGHT
32 00-34 00
SOWS 21 00-25 00.
MALE HOGS. 18 00-24 00
LAMBS 60.00-72 00; FEEDER
LAMBS UP TO 72 00
SHEEP UP TO 31 00.
LIVESTOCK PRICES ARE ALL
GIVEN PER HUNDRED WEIGHT!
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Report supplied by Auction
Thursday,* September 15
RETURN TO FARM CALF
GOOD VEAL: 40.00-69.00.
COMMON VEAL; 20.00-39.00.
CHOICE STEERS: 64.00-69.00.
SELECT STEERS: 60.00-63.00.
COMMON STEERS: 56.00-59.00.
COMMERCIAL COWS: 42.00-47.00.
CHOICE HEIFERS: 62.00-65.00.
SELECT HEIFERS: 58.00-61.00.
COMMON HEIFERS: 46.00-57.00.
GOOD FEEDERS; 6000-80.00.
COMMON FEEDERS: 42.00-59.00.
Thurs., September 15, 1994
Report Supplied by Auction
CATTLE: SL. COWS: UTILITY &
COMMERCIAL 43.00-47.50; CUTTER &
BONING UTILITY 40.00-45.50; CAN
NER & LOW CUTTER 35.00-43.00;
SHELLS 35.00 & DOWN. BULLS:
YIELD GRADE 1 1500#-2000#
50.00-63.50; YIELD GRADE 2
FEEDER STEERS: M&L-l 300-500#
70.00- 250-280# 75.00-95.00, M
600-900 55.00-75.00. HEIFERS M l&L-l
300-500# 58.00-74.00; L-l 400-650#
50.00- BULLS M&L-l 300-620#
CALVES: VEAL.. PRIME
90.00-100.00; CHOICE 80.00-88.00;
FARM CALVES: #1 HOLSTEIN
BULLS 90-120# FEW 85.00-125.00; #2
HOLSTEIN BULLS 80-100# FEW
75.00-100.00; BEEF X
HOGS: BARROWS & GILTS #l-2
210-255# 32.50-37.50; #2-3 255-280#
35.00- SOWS #l-3 300-500#
FEEDER PIGS: 1-3 25-35#
LAMBS; HIGH CHOICE 55-75 LBS.
58.00- CHOICE 90-105#
60.00- FEEDER LAMBS GOOD
54.00- SHEEP 15.00-38.00.
GOATS : v LARGE 40.00-88.00/HD.;
MEDIUM 30.00-44.00/HD.; SMALL
HORSES: 40.00-64.50, PONIES
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WEST CHESTER (Chester
Co.) For the fifth year in a row,
the Chester County 4-H Beef Club
members were fortunate to hold
their show and sale at the Kimber
ton Fire Company Fairgrounds
and what a show and sale they had
for their fifth year.
It was a beautiful day as 19 top
quality steers were exhibited in
front of judge Larry Weaver.
Judge Weaver commended the
4-H members on the extremely
good job that they did in raising
top quality 4-H steers, steers that
would be acceptable to both the
packer and the consumer.
The champion steer chosen by
Judge Weaver was a 1,245-pound
Angus steer bred by John Hunt of
Spring City and shown by Jennifer
Dunleavy of Glenmoore. The
steer was purchased that afternoon
by Hoss’s Steak House in Lion
ville for a record-breaking
Hoss’s also purchased the 4-H
club steer that was donated by Ken
Walker of Honey Brook and fed
by Conrad Grove, long-time An
gus breeder of Downingtown, for
$1,748.50. Hoss’s donated the
steer back to the club to re-sell it
again for the Center. The
1,345-pound steeer was then pur
chased by Thrifty Pallet Company
of West Chester, owned by Bill
Fairbaim, for $1,008.75.
Jon Marsch of Potts town exhib
ited the reserve grand champion
market steer, which weighed
1,160 pounds, and was purchased
by Herr Foods, Inc. for a record
breaking $2/pound. The steer was
then donated to the House of His
Creation in Sadsburyville. Eleven
steers were sold for an average
price of $1.13/pound, a record
breaking average for Chester
County 4-H members. Eight steers
were selected to represent Chester
(Turn to Pago A 24)
Pennsylvania Milking Shorthorn Association
GMC Promise Classy Maid
Daughter Sells -
Just Fresh S-Yr. Old
sth Place - 3 Yr Old, Madison '92
Supreme Champion, NH State Fair ‘92
GMC Farm - A Bicenten bull out Reserve All American Aged Cow ‘93
A fancy fresh Jr. 2-yr. old,d 3/4 sister to Hucks K. Schie Genie, #1 CPI Cow in ‘93
December show calf, a “Big Time” Dam, sired by Cold Springs Cit R lan Jan
Horizon Farm - A super June calf sired by Sunny Park Royal Prince
A "Vision” 3-ycar old - just fresh out of an 85-pt. dam
Sam Yoder - Fresh 4-yr. old, grandam is Pinsedge Affair Colleen, 2x Nat’l Champion, tested w/4.7% 8.F., 3.8% P!
Richard Kline - Shortbred senior yearling out of Ridgewood Glen Cit R
A good milking 4-yr. old, fresh in June
A “Big Time” yearling
Quinns - An approved young sire out of Bicenten
A growthy March junior calf
Jim Phelon - A fancy “Big Time” junior yearling, full sister was nominated for all American Junior Calf
Ritschards - A springing heifer and a calf
Wolf- A “flashy” summer yearling
Bar D Farm - An open Prestige heifer
Goshom - A stylish intermediate yearling, dam as 17,000 lb. record
Brensinger - A promising bred heifer sired by Cold Springs Cit R
The New Chester 4-H Center
1.245-pound grand champion steer exhibited by Jennifer
Ounieavy of Glenmoore for $2.75/pound. Moss’s also pur
chased the 4-H Center Steer for $1,748.50 and donated it
back to the club, where It was sold to Bill Falrbalrn of Thrif
ty Pallet Company in West Chester for $1,008.75.
ton, Nathan Howe, Jason Marsch, Matt McAllister, Adam
Byrne, and Jennifer Dunleavy and Larry Weaver judged the
Three Spring* Angie D Three Spring* Ashley
Sire. Meriville King Arthur Maternal Sister
Dam - Honorable Mention 3-Yr Old, ‘B7 Reserve All-American 4-Yr. Old, ‘93
9-10 291 d 16.,017m 10.11 I3ld 10,144 m 3-7 300<f 11,712 m
Proj 305 d 20,700 m 4-6 305dd22,117m3 5f3-Ip
362 d 23,624 m 818 f 740 p
..ET Calves due in march, Choose calf at 3 months-old