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2 Alex Werner; 3 Cindy Bray
WINTER YEARLING: Uadyn Troutman;
2 Faith Heagy 3. Harold, Audrey Dice.
FALL YEARUNG: I.Chri* Werner; 2.J0el
Bomgardner; 3 .Justin Troutman.
JUNIOR CHAMPION: Joel Bomgardner,
RESERVE JR CHAMP: Little Hill Farm,
JUNIOR BEST THREE: t.Luka, Carol
Heagy, 2.Harold, Audrey Dice; S.Andrew
DRY COW, 4 & UNDER; 1 .Harold, Audrey
DRY COW, 5 I OLDER: I.Cindy Bray
2 Luka & Carol Heagy.
JR 2-YR-OLD; I.Amanda Ebertole;
2 Andrew Dice; S.Harotd, Audrey Dice.
SR 2-YR-OLD: t.Luke, Carol Heagy;
2 Harold, Audrey Dice; S.Andrew Dice.
JUNIOR 3-YH-OLD: I.Cindy Bray.
SENIOR 3-YR-OLD; t.Belhanie Heagy;
2 Harold, Audrey Dice; 3.Luke, Carol Heagy.
4-YR-OLD: Uustin Troutman; 2.Belhania
Heagy S.Harold, Audrey Dice.
AGED COW: I.Andrew Dice; 2.Andrew
Dice; S.Harold, Audrey Dice.
SENIOR CHAMPION; Andrew Dice, aged
From the left, Amy Moyer holds the halter of her 4-H junior
champion Holstein of the Lebanon Area Fair, while Katie
Lentz holds the halter of her reserve junior champion.
ATTENTION DAIRY FARMERS!
TIRED of the small 10$ to 15$ incentives to stay where you're at?
FARMERS do we not have the product? (THE POWER IS IN THE TANK)
AMERICAN RAW MII.K PRODUCERS
ARMPPA is now working with farmers who want to price their milk before it leaves the farm
LAST 40 YEARS PRICING HISTORY
(Based on M&W series and Basic Formula Price)
1963 - $3.11
1973 - $6.30
1983 - $12.49
1993 - $ll.BO
1997 - $12.05
IT IS FINALLY ANNOUNCED THAT THERE IS A SEVERE SHORTAGE!!
HOW MANY OF YOU DAIRY FARMERS ARE MAKING MONEY FROM IT???
LET’S COMPARE OUR MILK CHECK TO THE CO-OP’S PAYCHECK.
THAT’S A MILLION DOLLAR STATEMENT.
. For more information, call toll-free: East Coast ARMPPA Office 1-877-367-6455
RESERVE SR CHAMPION: Andrew Dice,
GRAND CHAMPION: Andrew Dice, aged
RESERVE GRAND CHAMP: Andrew
Dice, senior 3-year-old.
SENIOR BEST THREE; t.Andrew Dice;
2.HaroW, Audrey Dice; 3.Luke, Carol Heagy.
DAIRY HERO; t.Andrew Dice; 2.Harold,
Audrey Dioa; 3 Luke, Carol Heagy.
DAM. DAUGHTER: t.Andrew Dice; 2.Har
old, Audrey Dice; S.Haroid, Audrey Dice.
PRODUCE OF DAM: I.Justin Troutman;
2.Andrew Dice; 3.Harold, Audrey Dice.
SPRING CALF: t.Alax Werner.
WINTER CALF; t.Jaclyn Troutman;
FALL CALF; 1 Joel Momgardner; 2. Jadyn
Troutman; S.Emily Hartranft.
SUMMER YEARUNG; 1 .Bethanie Heagy.
SPRING YEARUNG: t.Alax Wemer;
2.Chris Warner; S.Amanda Ebersole.
WINTER YEARUNG; 1 Jadyn Troutman;
2. Faith Heagy.
FALL YEARUNG; I.Chris Wemer. 2 Joel
Bomgardner; 3 Justin Troutman.
JUNIOR 2-YR-OLD; Uustin Troutman.
TIRED of low milk checks? TIRED of unpaid bills?
TIRED of hearing “THERE'S A SURPLUS...
BECOME MORE EFFICIENT...MAKE MORE MILK...
ARE WE NOT WORTH MORE THAN CENTS?
PRICING ASSOCIATION “ARMPPA”
ARMPPA is not a milk plant, but simply a price setting agency
striving to work with all existing milk handlers.
SENIOR 3-YH-OLD: I.Bethanie Heagy.
4-YR-OLD. 1 Justin Troutman; 2.Bathama
Heagy, S Jactyn Troutman.
SENIOR CHAMPION; Bathania Heagy.
RESERVE SR CHAMP: 1 Justin Trout
GRAND CHAMPION: Belhanie Heagy,
RESERVE GRAND CHAMP. Justin Trout
WINTER CALF: I.Andrew Dice.
SUMMER YEARLING: I.Andrew Dice.
SPRING YEARLING; I.Andrew Dice.
JUNIOR CHAMPION: Andrew Dice.
RESEVE JR CHAMP; Andrew Dice
JR 2-YROLD: I.Andrew Dice.
SR 2-YR-OLD; I.Andrew Dice.
AGED COW: I.Andrew Dice; 2 Andrew
SENIOR CHAMPION: Andrew Dice, aged
RESERVE SR CHAMPION: Andrew Dice,
GRAND CHAMPION: Andrew Dice.
RESERVE GRAND CHAMP: Andrew
LEVITTOWN (Bucks Co.)
Agriculture Secretary Samuel E.
Hayes, Jr. unveiled a new program
to promote the sale of fresh Penn
Unveiling a “Pennsylvania Pro
duce Simply Delicious” bill
board, Hayes said, ‘Today, we are
answering Gov. Tom Ridge’s
challenge to increase marketing
opportunities for Pennsylvania’s
No. 1 industry. We want to make
consumers aware of the abundant,
high-quality, nutritious fruits and
vegetables available here.”
The promotion is a public/pri
vate partnership to increase the
market for locally grown produce
by introducing supermarket buy
ers to Pennsylvania farmers.
More than 60 billboards adver
tising Pennsylvania produce will
be posted throughout the com-
now in 18 states and still growing!!
From the left, Timothy Vail holds the halter of his 4-H
grand champion Holstein of the Lebanon Area Fair, while
Jaclyn Troutman holds the halter of her reserve grand
monwealth. Additional point-of
sale and other promotional mater
ials will be made available to par
ticipating supermarkets by the
Pennsylvania Food Merchants As
sociation, which is coordinating
the project The program is an out
growth of a successful pilot proj
ect conducted last summer in
WATERFALL (Fulton Co.)
For their time, they were the neat
est riding tractors you could buy.
Raleigh Barnett ought to now.
He purchased a Ford 8N brand
new in 1952.
Barnett loved the tractor’s easy
maneuverability and its ability to
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 1, 1998-A4l
Lancaster Farming Staff
Also participating are the Penn
sylvania Apple Marketing Pro
gram, the Pennsylvania Vegetable
Marketing and Research Program,
and the Pennsylvania Potato
Growers and Penn State Coopera
tive Extension. For more informa
tion, contact the Bureau of Market
Development at (717) 787-6901.
plow close to the fence.
“It was the first tractor to offer a
three-point hitch,” said Barnett
Other tractors didn’t have the stan
dard three-point hitch until later.
Barnett, who once owned a strip
coal mine and who farms 100
acres, has collected 51 of the Ford
SNs. “I’m getting more each year,”
Barnett, who once
owned a strip coal mine
and who farms 100
acres, has collected SI
of the Ford BNs. “I’m
getting more each year,”
Barnett will drive the
remodeled and polished
tractors out on his land
to display during the
third week in October at
the Fulton County Fall
event features all the
“old stuff in the coun
ty,” said Barnett. The
festival provides a look
into the types of equip
ment and ways of farm
ing, as well as other
ways of living, in an
At that time of year,
the leaves turn color and
people have a chance to
look back on what the
county’s agriculture has
to offer, Barnett noted.
the BNs from
1947-1952. The gas
powered models fea
tured 20 horsepower
(“about 20.4, to be
exact,” said Barnett).
' Barnett believes the
BNs to be popular
because that model,
more than any tractor, “I
figured finally took the
place of horses,” he
said. “A nice, neat trac
tor for its day.”
Barnett may have the
single largest collection
of the BNs in the