Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 01, 1995, Image 39

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    Busy Week For Pennsylvania Agriculture Department
(Conttnuid Irom Vas* A 3») ingin die lobby could listen to the patio serving ice cream, while two Baker and Rep Pitts, Gov. Ridge friends in the Legislature” Ridge
large cement patio at the entrance ceremony. serving lines were set up in the discussed his reasons for selecting said, “but he has support from
of the agriculture building. For the post-sweanng-in recep- center of the patio and filled with nrotius as his choice for agricul- around the state.”
Loudspeakers on stands were don, two groups of dairy princes* Pennsylvania foods. Ridge said that when he was
Ridge said that in his interviews interviewing Brosius, he told Bro
aßaVß| and talks with Brosius. the agricul* sius what he thought was impor
ture secretary talked about ste- tant for agriculture,
wardship of the land and the values Ridge said he told Brosius he
he learned from his parents. Ridge had four goals —to increase the
said that Brosius said he attributed profitability for the producer,
all his successes to his mother and restructure the regulatory process.
father expand exports, and improve the
Further, Ridge said that he and rural job climate.
Brosius share the same concepts Before (Brosius) left (the inter
ior what is good for Pennsylvania, view), he puUed out a document
“Secretary Brosius and I have that he had prepared with his goals
long recognized the importance of for Pennsylvania and (the agricul
agriculture,” Ridge said. ture) industry," Ridge said.
Ridgetalkedaboutßroius’shis- “At the top of his list, he had
tory of involvement, concern and written down that the top best way
service to the agriculture industry (to help the state and industry) is to
and community, but Ridge said he work with farming and the agricul
was more impressed with Bro- ture industry to make it more pro
sius’s reputation in the fitable.” Ridge said he knew at that
community. moment that he wanted Brosius to
“The secretary not only has be his agriculture secretary.
DIRECTIONS: TRAVELING WEST ON 1-70, Dike E. Patrick SL exit 56 to Fairgrounds. TRAVEL
ING EAST ON 1-70, take South SL exit 55 to Fairgrounds. TRAVELING NORTH ON 1-270, take Rt
85 East, left onto 355, left onto 1-70 East, continue to South SL exit 55 to Fairgrounds.
1990 CAT 963, Orops, G.P. bucket, 95% unc, super nice tractor, 5,000 hrs, new paint; CAT 9551, Orops, G.P.
bucket, good unc, new paint; CAT 955 L Orops, G.P. bucket, good unc, S/N 85J5304; CAT 977 H, Orops, G.P.
bucket, good unc; KOMATSU DSSS trackloadcr, 70% Unc, Orops, S/N 4931; JD 555, Orops, G.P. bucket,
good unc; CAT D9G, Orops, good unc w/ripper, S/N 66A7428; FIAT ALUS ED, dozer w/6 way blade, Orops,
50% unc, 3389 hrs, really clean, S/N 25048; CAT D4D dozer, Orops, manual tilt blade, S/N 78A3981; D 6
blade; D 5 tracks.
1993 JD 790 E LC excavator, 1 owner machine, super nice tractor, 1800 hrs, S/N 01269; 1990 KOBELCO
907 LC IT excavator, 3300 hrs; JD 6908, S/N 4048956; JCB 17008 4x4 cab, extendahoe; CAT 416 loader
backhoe. Chops, new paint, S/N 5PC01926; CASE SSOD cab extendahoe; CASE 4808 (hops, extendahoe,
1100 orig hrs - (this tractor came from an estate, hours are believed to be true), S/N 5210665.
NH 455 skidsteer w/diesel eng, CASE 1537 skidstccr w/4 cyl gas eng; FIAT ALUS FR-10 wheelloader, enc
cab, S/N 525939; MICHIGAN 125 wheelloader w/enc cab, G.P. bucket & fork attachments, S/N 4FC173;
CAT 920 wheelloader, (hops, S/N 62K6338; MICHIGAN 275 Crops, S/N 10AJC444; WALDON6OOO
wheelloader w/Ford diesel eng, manure forks, boom pole & G.P. bucket, S/N 9109; GAIiON 303 A motor
grader w/IHC gas eng, 10’ moldboard.
RAM MAX P 33-24 walkbehind sheepsfoot roller w/diesel eng, S/N 28203; RT 59 dble drum roller; SILENT
HOIST forklift 15,000 lb capacity, 4 stage mass diesel eng, S/N N 00173; CHAMP UP-840 forklift 8,000 lb
capacity, 40’ reach, S/N CC725280; M.F. 35 farm tractor w/gas eng, S/N 189459 M; JD 401 C loader tractor
w/diesel eng.
PLATFORM manlift 20’ reach w/gas eng; FINN MSIV2S self-feeding strawblower gas eng, S/N 1860; Skid
mount air comp, gas eng; BxBxB manhole box; Bxl6 trench box; CLEASBY crack sealer model GJ2OO, S/N
19891HC Eagle T/A tractor w/sleeper, 350 cummins, recent major done on eng, 9 spd trans; 1973 K.W. T/A
tractor. Silver V-6 Detroit diesel, 10 spd trans; 1979 TRANSTAR D T/A road tractor w/290 cum; 13 spd trans;
1978 TRANSTAR II T/A road tractor.
1981 MACK T/AR model dump, 6 spd bans, Mack engine W/A/C; 1979 GMC General T/Adump w/steel body,
318 Detroit, 13 spd trans; 1986 CMC 7000 S/Adump, 8.2 turbo diesel, 5/2 bans, 11-1/2 body, air brakes, A/C, air
gate; 1987 F-700 S/Aflatbed dump; 8.2 diesel, stl trans; 1986 F-700 S/Aflatbed dump, 8.2 diesel, 5/2 trans; 1984
LN-700 S/Aw/18’ steel flatbed dump, 3208 CAT 5/2 trans, p.s.; 19761HC S/Aall wh dr flatbed, 5 spd.
1981 IHC S/A4 car rollback, DT466,5/2 spd; 1992 Chevy 3500 HD 1 ton w/alum. rollback body, 6.5 turbo
diesel eng, auto trans; 1989 Ford Superduty w/twinline Challenger hyd. wrecker body, 7.3 diesel eng, 5 spd
1985 FORD F-600 S/AlB’ box w/lift gate 370 gas, 5/2 spd trans; P.S., A/C; 1984 FORD E-35015’ cube body,
P.S., A/C, 460 gas eng, auto trans.
1980 FORD F-600 S/A 370 gas eng, 4 spd trans, PS., A/C, 35’ reach bucket; 1986 FORD F-350 diesel eng, 4
spd trans, air comp, crane, tool boxes, nice buck; 1989 FORD Super Duty, diesel eng, 5 spd trans, PS.; 1989
F 350 crewcab utility body; 1984 GMC utility body truck; 1971 FORD F-350 flatbed; 1963 IHC block loader
1989 DODGE Shadow, auto bans, A/C; 1988 FORD Ranger pickup supercab, V-6 eng, 5 spd; 1988 FORD
Ranger pickup supercab, 4 cyl eng, 5 spd; 1986 FORD F-250 dually conversion, fully loaded, auto bans
w/diesel eng, 66,000 miles; 1981 MAZDA pickup, 4 cyl, 5 spd, A/C; 1980 FORD pickup, 4 cyl, auto bans;
1979 MERCEDES 240 D diesel eng, auto trans, loaded.
1980 DORSEY T/A spread axle, alum air ride bailer w/side kit & tarp; 45’ Trailmobile drop deck bailer w/air
ride susp; 1984 EAGER BEAVER, 9 ton tri-axle bailer; 9 ton tag along bailer; 9 ton tag along bailer; 5 ton tag
along trailer; (2) 40’ Sea containers; (4) 20’ Sea Containers.
(2) 275 gallon fuel tanks; 36”, 42”, 48” spreaders, plate steel, chains, binders, baffle cones, tool crates, wheel
barrels, jumping jacks, plate tampers, air tools, hand tools, sbaps, and many more conbactor tools too numer
ous to mention.
HOTELS: Comfort Inn, Prospect Blvd. (301) 695-6200. Red Horse Motor Inn, Rt 40 West, (301) 662-
0281. Holiday Inn Rt 40 West (310) 662-5141; Holiday Inn 1-270, Rt 85 (301) 694-7500. Days Inn Rt 85
(301) 69441600.
INSPECTION: Thursday, July 13,1995, from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
SALE SITE PHONES: Starting July 10 - (301) 695-8424 & (301) 695-8368.
TERMS OF SALE: COMPLETE PAYMENT SALE DAY. Payment for all items must be made in ftill
on sale day with CASH OR CASHIER’S CHECKS. Personal or Company Checks accepted with a
VALID BANK LETTER OF GUARANTEED PAYMENT. Items sold “As-Is, Where-Is” with no war
ranties expressed or implied. Not responsible for accidents.
For More Details or to Consign:
Randy Ruby (301) 271-2321, or Jay Ruby (301) 447-3675
VAA,F #l2B VA DLR #8929
FRIDAY, JULY 14,1995
(800) 443-9580 • (717) 334-0088
585 Martin Road, Gattyaburg, Pannaylvanla 17325
Drug Testing To Start
At Farm Show
(Continued from :»tjo A 37)
Any tampering with animals to
enhance their show value can
shake consumer confidence in the
quality of livestock products and
detracts from the educational and
promotional experiences of the
Youth livestock projects are
designed to teach young people
responsibility and good husbandry
as they raise their animals the
emphasis should be on producing
high quality livestock products.
Junior market animal exhibitors
will be encouraged to complete a
quality assurance course to learn
more about the safety and quality
Uncwttf Fanning, Saturday, July 1, IMM39
of their products.
“Both exhibitors and their
parents will be required to certify
that they have read the Show Ring
Code of Ethics before submitting
their entry,” Brosius said.
The most widely publicized
drug is “clcnbuterol,” in the Beta
agonist family of chemicals. Clen
butcrol has been shown to increase
muscle growth in animals, while at
the same time decreasing fat
It also has properties which are
toxic to humans, and is not
approved for use in the United
States by the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA).
FRI. JULY 7 -BPM Special
holstein dairy sale. To be
held at Smoketown Quality
Dairy Sales, Smoketown,
PA Rt 340.
SAT. JULY 6 - 9AM Farm
machinery, trailers, new
hardware, etc. To be held
at 190 Maple Grove Rd
Hanover PA from Hanover
take Rt 194 NE approx 4
miles turn R onto Maple
Grove and go 1/2 mile to
auction. Nevin Tasto