Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 08, 1998, Image 27

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    BETHEL (Berks Co.) Penn
State University, Commercial
Concepts, and the Pennsylvania
Pork Producers are sponsoring
an Artificial Insemination (AI)
Workshop Aug. 25 here at the
Midway Diner.
Featured speaker will be
Wayne Singleton, extension
swine specialist from Purdue
The workshop is divided into
an afternoon and evening ses
sion. The afternoon session,
which begins at 2 p.m. is intend
ed for producers who have limit
ed experience with AI. The
evening session, which com
mences at 5:30 p.m. is designed
for producers with more exten
sive experience and will address
developments in AI research and
Producers of all levels of
expertise will likely benefit from
the entire workshop and are
welcome to attend both sessions.
Cost of the program is afternoon
only ($l5), evening only ($3O),
and afternoon and evening
The Midway Diner is located
at Exit 5 off Interstate 78 near
Bethel. Registration deadline is
Aug. 21.
a program
August 25, 1998
Midway Diner • Exit 5, 1-78
Afternoon Proliant ftn Beginning
P milliters
Introductions and Scope of the
Ken Kephart
2 00 pm
Fundamentals of Swine
Reproduction and Artificial
Insemi nation
Wayne Singleton
2 10 pm
1 00 pm
Services .and Products,
Available at Commercial
Don Verhoff
1.30 pm
Semen Collection and Handling
Wa>ne Singleton
1 50 pm
Making AI Work in Your Herd
Wajne Singleton
4 30 pm
Question and Answer
Swine AI Workshop Set
Etening Pwgram for Advanced
5 10 pm
Evening Preview and
Ken Kephart
6 30 pm
New AI Developments
Wayne Singleton
6 40 pm
Services and Products
Available at Commercial
Don Verhoff
7 30 pm
Question and Answer
8 00 pm
9 00 pm
Nole The workshop is dn ided into an
afternoon and evening session The
afternoon session i< intended for producers
who have limited experience with AI The
evening session, which is designed for
producers with more extensive experience,
will address recent developments m
artificial mesmmation research and
Producers of all levels of expertise will
likely benefit from the entire workshop and
should feel welcome to attend both
Ken Kephart
Associate Professor of Animal Science
Penn State University
106 ASI Building
University Park. PA 16802
814-863 3671 (phone)
814-865-7442 (fax)
kbk2@psu edu
Brian Lake
General Manager
Commercial Concepts A 1
HCR 80 Box 86
Needmore, PA 17238-9610
800-573 4577(phone)
717-573-4426 (fax)
Wayne Singleton
Extension Swine Specialist
Purdue University
1151 Lilly Hall
West Lafayette, PA 47907
765-494-4839 (phone)
Producer s
Available with complete line of spreading tool bars and
precise flow control to spread manure the ecological way
eliminating spray drift and reducing odors. Our tool bars
are designed to apply hog or dairy manure on growing
fields, between rows of com or on harvested fields.
TANDEM-2350 TO 8000 US GAL. 1 ' 1
• “V" ahapa bottom for mora ' • Standard txtarior finish:
complat* claan out. apoxyprimar and urathana paint
* Low proflla tank for maximum visibility and stability.
SEKEtIBi Spreaders & Pumps
In Stock for Immediate Delivery
& Rental Units Available
Jtes. Cedar Crest Equipment
Kpl "rp Two Convenient Locations
765-494-9346 (fax)
wsmglel@hub ansc purdue edu
Don Verhoff
Swine Industry Consultant
5417 County Road M
Ottawa, OH 45875
419-384-3885 tphone)
419-384-3308 (fax)
Due by August 21, 1998
Attendees Session
m @
Evening @ s3o*
Afternoon & Evening
Total Remitted
* Includes supper
Send Registration To:
A! Woiksho/)
Kalin Homer
324 Henning Building
Vnnemn Park PA 16802
Payable To;
Make Check
Ke\ stone Poik
608 Evergreen Rd.
Lebanon, PA 17042
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team for next year’s program.
Dan and Rhonda Cutts,
Tabernacle, NJ and sponsored
by Keystone Farm Credit, will
return as conference chairs.
Leading the western region of
PA and surrounding states will
be Marsha and Samuel Minor,
Jr., of Eighty Four, and spon
sored by Agway, Inc.
Representing eastern PA and
southern and eastern states will
be Timothy and Amanda
Lehmann of Lewisberry, also
sponsored by Agway, Inc.
Two other couples were recog
nized for their significant lead
ership contributions. Glenn and
Kathy Pugh, Shippensburg,
have served as conference chair
couple since 1996. They were
sponsored to the 1998 confer
ence by Coßank. Also providing
leadership from the south-cen
tral portion of the sate was
Dennis and Barbara Peckman,
St. Thomas, who were sponsored
by Genex Cooperative, Inc.
Other conference attendees
include: Joseph and Ramona
Andrews, Jamestown, sponsored
by Penn West Farm Credit; Dan
and Judy Church, Shamong, NJ,
sponsored by Ocean Spray;
Susann and Wellington Deeds,
Jumping Branch, W VA, spon-
Total Cost
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 8, 1998-A27
Young Cooperators
32’ and 42’ for Lagoons
mmr piEffiFmmmiE
1-Highly articulated nozzle deaigned 2-24” dia. mixing propeller providing
to slice and break the top crust full time agitation up to 21,500 US
from above the manure level as the G.P.M. even when loading a
I propeller homogenises the liquid spreader,
j with the remaining floating chunks. 4 . RoUtjva d|rectiona| va|ve designed
13- Hydraulic controls can be operated to be operated at low R.P.M. without
from tractor seat. stopping the P.T.O.
Gear box oil bath protected by a greasable
3 seals mechanism on each shaft.
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Mm mm ® mm mp m w map.
Rent the ILUIULUi
Steering Axle Spreader
sored by MD & VA Milk
Producers; Dean and Darlene
Groff, Kinzers, sponsored by
Keystone Farm Credit; Mark
Dellinger, New Oxford, spon
sored by York Farm Credit;
Darryl and Stacey Knechel,
Harleysville, sponsored by
Keystone Farm Credit; Hugh
McPherson, New Park, spon
sored by York Farm Credit;
Micah and Deborah Meyers;
Greencastle, sponsored by Land
O’ Lakes; Lonny and Robin
Ormond, Kennedy, NY, spon
sored by Dairy Farmers of
America; Thomas and Angela
Smith, Greenville, sponsored by
Agway, Inc.; Dennis and Melissa
Whitney, Harborcreek, spon
sored by National Grape
Cooperative; and Brian Wilcott,
Sinclairville, NY, sponsored by
Dairy Farmers of America
PCC is a regional association
of agricultural and rural cooper
atives. Its membership includes
major marketing and farm sup
ply cooperatives, the Farm
Credit Associations of PA, as
well as, rural electric coopera
tives. The organization has been
serving cooperative members
since 1933. For more informa
tion contact the PCC office at
662 Kepshire Road, Patton, PA,
16668 or
RD 2 Box 271
East Earl, PA 17519