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    Pennsylvania Grazing
Conference Set
CARLISLE (Cumberland Co.)
Are you thinking about graz
ing? Do you want to learn more
about grazing from people who
have done it successfully? Would
up-to-date information about man
aging pastures and about manag
ing animals on pasture be helpful
to you? If so, plan now to attend
the 1995 Pennsylvania Grazing
Conference, to be held March 1
and 2 at the Embers in Carlisle.
Are you already grazing? If so,
the conference and trade show will
afford you the opportunity to learn
new ideas and techniques and to
share experiences with other graz
ing enthusiasts.
Guest speaker for the event will
be Terry Smith, director of Wis
consin’s Center for Dairy Prof
itability. Other speakers include
experienced grazers, a veterinari
an, and a feed company represen
tative plus Penn State faculty and
SCS personnel.
The conference program focus-
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RD 3, Box 130
Mlffllnburg, PA
17844
es on topics related to understand
ing and managing a variety of pas
ture species (grasses and legumes,
cool season and warm season, tra
ditional and non-traditional),
health and nutritional concerns of
livestock and dairy cattle, manag
ing pastures for optimum yield
and quality and for improved herd
profits, including your farm advis
ers as members of your manage
ment team, seasonal dairying, and
more.
To register for the conference,
complete and return the registra
tion form. Registration discounts
apply to those who register before
February 22.
For lodging reservations, call
the Embers by February 15, (800)
692-7315. To receive the confer
ence rate, be sure to mention that
you are attending the Pennsylva
nia Grazing Conference. Do Not
include your room payment with
your conference registration.
WITH
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COMPACTION
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Available In 5 versions
for concrete pits.
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j Registration Form
Name(s)
Address
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Registration Fees
(includes 2 lunches and conference materials)
Conference
Spouse
Total
Make check payable to Agricultural Extension Special Fund. Mail this form and j
check to; Grazing Research and Education Center, 116 Agricultural Sciences and j
Industries Building, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802. 1
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Ask For Ernest or Dean
Beef Ed Evening Features
Food Safety Panel
LEESPORT (Berks
Co.) Beef producers
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State
Through Feb. 22 After Feb. 22 I
in eastern Pennsylvania
are invited to attend the
• Commercial Duty Shut-Off
And Vac Pump
• 28 Ply Flotation Urea
GREAT PERFORMANCE
IN HOG OR
DAIRY MANURE
I'Highly articulated nozzle
daalgnad to alleo and break the
top eruat from above the manure
level ae the propeller
homogenlaea the liquid with the
remaining floating ohunke.
2- dla. mixing propeller
providing full time agitation up
to 21,500 US O.P.M. avan whan
loading a apraadar.
3- controla can be
operated from tractor aaat.
4- directional valve
daalgnad to be operated at low
R.P.M. without atopplng the
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$35
January 30, Beef Educa
tional Evening at Train
er’s (Midway) Diner on
Rt. 78/22, Exit 5 in
western Berks County.
The program will
feature the following:
5:30-Beef Dinner
6:30 - Berks/South
east Cattlemen’s Update
- Geri Gammel, Presi
dent
6:40 - Your Check-
Off Dollars - Tammy
Balthaser, Director of
Industry Relations, Pa.
Beef Council
7:00 - Nutritional Re
quirements of the Beef
Calf Frown 100-300
Days of Age- Dr. Fran
cis Fluharty, Research
Scientist, Ohio Agricul
tural Research and
Development Center,
Ohio State University
7:45 - The Issues Fac
ing Today’s Meat Indus
try - Dr. William Hen
ning, Penn State Exten
sion Meat Specialist
8:15 - Food Safety -
Sharing the Responsi
bility - Panel Program
Including: (William
Henning, Moderator)
• Tom Grajewski,
Congressional Aide to
Representative Tim
Holden
• Billy Lloyd, Beef
Quality Assurance Co
ordinator, National Cat
tlemens Association
• K. T. Miller, Direc
tor of Consumer Affairs,
Monfort Company
• Walter Olsted, Staff
Officer, Food Safety
and Inspection Service
ofUSDA
• Rex Peters, Peters
Brothers Meats, Len
hartsville
•Mark Wolfskill, Sr.,
Beef Farmer
9:30 - Finishing Hol
stein Beef - Mark Wolf
skill, Sr.
Registration is $6
(make checks payable to
Berks Company Exten
sion Special Account)
for the dinner and no
charge for the evening
program. To register
and for more informa
tion, contact Clyde
Myers at the Berks
County Agricultural
Center, PO Box 520,
Lcesport, PA 19533,
175 I
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