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AB-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 1, 1998
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By the Silvery Moon
What some Native American tribes knew as the
Full Green Corn Moon (not to be confused with
July’s Full Corn Tassel Moon or Ripe Moon),
others knew as the Red Moon, for the heat and haze
that makes the rising Moon
appear reddish Other
included the Woodcutter’s Moon,^^^^^
All Elk Call Moon, and Berries Ripen
Even in the Night Moon. Around Lake
Champlain and the Great Lakes, where"V
large sturgeon can be caught by fishermen ■
this month, this month’s Moon is called f
the Full Sturgeon Moon.
The Moon, her face if red he, Of water
■a- Take your unsorted photos on vacation with you and
update the family albums.
Roasted Corn with Herb Butter
1 tablespoon chopped fresh
herbs (basil, sage, thyme,
fresh!) OR 1 teaspoon
powdered chili, paprika,
or minced garlic
1 stick (1/2 cup) butter,
6 large ears corn, with
Mix herb(s) into soft
ened butter, form into
a stick or log, and
refrigerate until firm ijJl.U'.'lWtl
Sprinkle corn husks with UtJGQtOT
water and preheat broiler
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(Printed in the U S A ) NY, NY 10016
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through Spring of SB
Hog Finishing Barns
1000-4000 Head Capacity
No experience necessary
Single source of pigs
High Health pigs
Fixed contract payment
Assistance in obtaining financing
Successful record in industry
Long term contracts
Finishing Barn Ownership Benefits:
Steady, positive cash flow
Building equity in facilities
Excellent Part-time income
Purina Mills, Inc.
Full Green Corn Moon, Aug. 7
- Zum Indians
or grill Roast corn on a
baking sheet in the broil
er or over the covered
grill, turning, until all
sides turn black Keep
turning and roasting
about 5 minutes, until
corn kernels are tender
Peel back husks, without
detaching, and serve with
chilled herb butter
Makes 6 servings.
July 29, 1998
Report supplied by Auction
SLAUGHTER COWS: 89 HEAD,
STEADY PRICES. UTILITY 35.50-39.00;
HIGH DRESSING 40.00-41.50; CAN
NERS 32.00-36.00; SHELLY 31.00
BULLS; 13 HEAD. YG#l 46.00-54.75;
FED STEERS: HIGH CHOICE
1100-1350 LBS. 61.50-63.00; LOW
CHOICE 57.00-60.50; SELECT
FED HEIFERS: NONE.
VEAL CALVES: 159 HEAD. 1
CHOICE 190 LBS. AT 69.00; CULLS
85-110 LBS. 23.00-31.00, 60-85 LBS.
18.00-25.00; WEAK/ROUGH 18.00
over the land,
FARM CALVES: HOLSTEIN BULLS
#1 95-120 LBS. 65.00-85.00; #2
40.00-60.00; 85-95 LBS. 35.00-50.00;
HOLSTEIN HEIFERS #1 95-120 LBS.
none over the
If the wind he
the north in
summer ts a
sign of heat.
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Woodstown Ice & Coal
NONE; #2 80-110 LBS. 60.00-112.00;
BEEF X BULLS 50.00-85.00.
BUTCHER HOGS: #l&3 220 LBS. AT
SOWS: 300-500 LBS. 23.00-25.00.
BOARS: 1 370 LBS. 12.00.
STOCK CATTLE: 54 HEAD. STEERS
300-500 LBS. 65.00-70.00; 700-1050 LBS.
HEIFERS: 300-600 LBS. 55.00-65.00;
600-800 LBS. 50.00-57.00.
BULLS: 200-500 LBS. 55.00-65.00;
500-700 LBS. FEW TO 53.00.
DAIRY REPLACEMENTS: 42 HEAD.
26 REG. BROWN SWISS 550.00-1250.00
AVG. 861.00; 2 JERSEYS 650.00-750.00;
2 HOLS. 935.00-950.00; OTHER CON
SIGNMENTS. LARGE HOLS SPRIN
GERS 900.00-1000.00; LARGE FRESH
860.00-950.00; MEDIUM 500.00-675.00;
GOATS: 1 LARGE THIN BILLY 64.00;
MED. FLESHY 35.00-55.00; SMALL
PIGS AND SHOATS: BY THE HEAD.
1 LOT 25 LBS. AT 10.00; BY THE LB. 3
BRED SOWS 300-400 LBS. 24.00-26.00.
Best of all, Pro-Lix works with all types of pasture grass or forage,
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Dayton Feed Mill
G&R Liquid Feed
Heisey Farm Service
Mt Joy, PA
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, July 28, X 998
EASY COWS .10-33.
FEEDERS 300-600 LBS. .32-.87,
HEIFERS .22V4 -.57.
BULLS .3914 -.64.
ROASTING PIGS EACH 15.00-18.00.
LAMBS EACH 20.00-38.00.
LAMBS PER LB. .23-1.02%
GOATS EACH 45.00-145.00.
KIDS EACH 9.00-70.00.
HIDES EACH 15.00.
50 Head of 950# Holstein Steers
All from one large Southern Dairy !
65 Head of 750# Holstein Steers
Direct from the farm & ready for you l
60 Head of 825# Steers
Angus, Black-White Face
10% Charolais Cross
Peas in a pod'
As always, all prices are quoted delivered to your
farm, with IBR-BVD inoculation. Shipping fever
preventative shot, and Selenium booster.
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fti Inside PA 717-626-3113
W Fax: 717-626-1260
Outside of PA: 1-800-485-2233
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Martin’s Ag Service
New Holland, PA
Ross’s Feed & Grain
Seiple & Sdn
Watson's Feed Service
Whitmoyer Liquid Feed
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