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Al4-L*nca*tor Farming, Saturday. Dacambar 23, 1995
Monday, October 18, 1995
Report Supplied by PDA
GOOD COWS: 32.00-41.00.
CANNERS AND CUTTERS
VEAL 90-190 LBS. 85.00-145.00,
70-90 LBS. 25.00-85.00.
FEEDER PIGS: 15.00-33.00 PER
HOMER CITY, PA
PARADISE (Lancaster Co.) December 21,1995
Tobacco prices finally improved Hj^J TLE: 101: Cows: Ste,dy to 500
after a couple of weeks after grow- steers: Choice 1150/1500 lbs.
ers declined to sell. 62.00-64.50; Few Standard 44.50-52.00.
On Friday last week. Paradise holsteins: Few Standard
Tobacco Auction sold about .
ma /w\ rv-innH« of the tobacco HEIFERS: Choice 1050/1300 Ibi,
330.000 pounds Ot me tobacco 61 50 . 64 50 . Select 50.00-56.00; Standard
crop at the new prices. Half sold 37.00-49,25.
for a top price of $1.38 per pound. COWS: Breaking Utility and Conuner-
The lesser grades sold for $1.35 cia132.00-38.00; Cutter and Boning Utility
j <r 1 28.00-32.75; Canner and Low Cutter
ana 3>1.Z0. 25.00-28.00; Shells Down To 20.00.
Auction owner Enc Probst said BULLS: Few Yield Grade 2 1200/1350
“it was a great day.” lbs, 34.50-35.50.
On Monday this week, the price feeder cattle: Heifers; m&l 2
of $1.38 still held strong. About 4 5Q/550 R». 37.50-47^50.
7A7 fYYI nnnnHe were sold for an CALVES: 65: Few Choice 130/140 lbs,
242.000 pounds were sold tor an 85.00-92.50; Standard and Good 75/85 lbs,
average of $1.37 per pound on 22.50-27.50; utility 50/90 lbs,
Monday. On Wednesday, the same 12.00-22.50; farm calves: steady No
top price still held, and 220,000 1 Holstein Bulls 85/120 lbs, 70.00-103.00;
pounds were sold for an average of
$1.36 per pound. lbs. 100.00-110.00; Beef Cross Bulls &
The warehouse is selling about Heifers 80/100 lbs, 35.00-92.50.
60 percent to 70 percent of the HOGS: 38: Barrows and Gilts: Steady to
ctnrk rvr week 3.oolower. 1-3 225/235 lbs, 43.00-43.50.
STOCK per wcck. SOWS: 1-3 300/500 lbs, 24.25-33.50.
FEEDER PIGS: 12: US 1-3 25/45 lbs,
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Thursday, Dec. 21, 1995
RETURN TO FARM CALF
GOOD VEAL: 50.00-89.00.
COMMON VEAL; 10.00-49.00.
SELECT STEERS: 58.00-62.00.
COMMON STEERS: 52.00-57.00.
COMMERCIAL COWS: 32.00-36.00;
COMMON HEIFERS: 43.00-56.00.
GOOD FEEDERS: 48.00-51.00.
COMMON FEEDERS: 33.00-47.00.
MELVILLE, N.Y. Six farm
ers were re-elected to the board of
NEW WILMINGTON, PA
DECEMBER 18, 1995
CATTLE 162... PDA ..Compared with
last Monday's ..Slaughter cows 2.00-3.00
STEERS: few Choice 107S/IS2O lbs
64.00-67.25, couple Select 57.75 & 60.00,
few Standard 44.25-49.75. HOLSTEIN;
one Choice 1280 lbs 58.50.
HEIFERS: few Choice 1050/1500 lbs
62.00- couple Select 55.50 & 58.00.
COWS: Breaking Utility and Commer
cial 33.00-37.75, Cutter and Boning Utility
28.00- Canner and Low Cutter
24.00- Shells down to 15.50.
BULLS: couple Yield Grade No. 1
1575/1950 lbs. 39.00 & 43.50, few No. 2
1225/1500 lbs. 35.00-37.75.
FEEDER CATTLE: STEERS: few
Medium Frame No. 1 350/700 lbs.
HEIFERS: Medium Frame No. 1
SOO/6SO lbs. 34.00-42.50, few 200/450 lbs
46.00-60.00; BULLS: few Medium Frame
No. 1 300/500 lbs. 40.00-45.00.
CALVES 186...VEALERS: Standard
and Good 75/120 lbs. 20.00-45.00, Utility
50/80 lbs. 10.00-15.00.
FARM CALVES; No. 1 Holstein bulls
110/125 lbs. 79.00-80.00, 90/110 lbs.
89.00-97.00.80/85 lbs 33.00-60.00, No. 2
80/120 lbs. 40.00-77.50; couple No. 1
Holstein heifers 105/110 lbs. 95.00 &
100.00, couple No. 2 80/90 lbs 40.00 &
60.00, Few beef cross bulls and heifers
80/150 lbs. 40.00-88.00.
HOGS 522...8arr0ws and gilts
BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2
210/260 lbs. 44.00-45.85, one lot 47.00,
US 1-3 210/270 lbs. 42.00-44.00, US 2-3
220/260 lbs. 40.00-42.00.
SOWS: US 1-3 300/630 lbs
BOARS; few 400/650 lbs. 24.50-25.00,
225/700 lbs 20.75-25.25.
FEEDER PIGS 100... US 1-3 20/40 lbs.
18.00-22.50,40/85 lbs 25.00-41.00. per
SHEEP 114... SLAUGHTER LAMBS:
Choice 100/120 lbs. 65.00-83.00, 50/100
lbs 78.00-88.00, Good and Choice 50/90
lbs. 68.00-73.00, new crop Choice 50/95
SLAUGHTER SHEEP: 25.00-50.00.
GOATS 3... few Medium & Small
27.50-64.00. per head.
Six Farmers Re-Elected
directors of the 25,500-member
New York Farm Bureau (NYFB).
They are Leon “Ed” Wright,
Cattaraugus County; Rich Jerome,
Ontario County; Gordon Spreu
tels, Chanango County; Ralph
Child, Franklin County; Richard
Coombe, Sullivan County; and
Lyle Wells, Suffolk County. The
election took place at the New
York Farm Bureau convention at
the Melville Marriott on Long Is
Leon “Ed” Wright was first
elected to the NYFB board in
1993. He runs a 100-head dairy
and maple syrup farm in Farmers
Rich Jerome was first elected to
the NYFB board in 1991. He runs
a fruit and vegetable farm in Na
Gordon Spreutels was first
elected to the NYFB board in
MELVILLE. N.Y. Chris and
Jackie Kelder of Accord were
chosen as winners of New York
Farm Bureau’s Outstanding
Young Farmer Achievement
The competition was held at
New York Farm Bureau’s state
convention at the Melville Marri
ott. The runners-up were John
Marshman, a Chenango County
dairy farmer and Hairy Sandefer.
an Oneida County dairy fanner.
The Kelders own and operate a
500-acre dairy and small fruit
farm in Ulster County. They re
cently started an educational pro
gram for school age children,
called “Educational Enterprise,”
that offers tours of the farm and
triple H construction
430 Sprlngvllle Road, Ephrata, PA 17522
Ulster Couple Captures
Young Farmer Award
1991. He owns a 500-acre crop
farm in ML Upton.
Ralph Child was first elected to
the NYFB board in 1994 to fill the
post vacated by Jon Greenwood
when he was elected vice presi
dent. He runs a seed potato farm in
Richard Coombe was first
elected to the NYFB board in
1993. A former state assembly
man, he and his brother, Phil, own
and operate a 1,000-acrc beef and
crop farm in Grahamsville.
Lyle Wells was first elected to
the NYFB board in 1993. In 1994,
he was elected to the board’s exe
cutive committee. He owns a ve
getable farm in Riverhead.
The New York Farm Bureau
state convention took place Dec.
4-7 and was attended by hundreds
of farm leaders from around the
programs to educate youth about
Chris is president of the Ulster
County Farm Bureau and Jackie is
active in the county Agriculture in
the Classroom program. Both are
graduates of Cornell University
and serve on New York Farm Bur
eau’s State Young Fanner Com
As winners, the Kelders re
ceived a 486 computer, donated
by Farm Family Insurance Com
panies’ agency managers, and a
$560 cash award from Dodge
Trucks. They will represent New
York in the national competition
at the American Farm Bureau con
vention in January in Reno.
ill bring forth a son, and
lit call him Jesus: for he shall
people from their sins."
all of our valued
ends and loyal
tomers we offer
thanks and best
ishes for a very
d a prosperous
year in 1996.