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    A26-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, January 22, 2000
Junior All-Breeds Convention
STATE COLLEGE (Centre New topics include rumen devel- Convention. Please indicate if
Co )-The sth Annual Junior All- °P men t and semen evaluation, you would like a Convention T-
Breeds Convention will be held Food-Pizza on Friday, conti- shirt when you send in your reg
in State College on February 11- nen tal breakfast on Saturday istration
13, 2000. All interested junior a i on g with lunch and a banquet
members of breed associations a t the Days Inn. Sunday will
are invited to participate. The include brunch and a safe ride
following activities are among home
the highlights planned: DJ Dance-Meet other junior
Mixers-Develop your brain- members and show your moves,
teaser skills, you never know Mock Sale-Money will fly as
when you may need them. members have a chance to bid
Fun and Educational 0 n all six breeds.
Workshops-Juniors will be Tours-Jumors and parents
divided into different age groups can visit the Penn State Deer
and will receive hands-on learn- Pens and other attractions,
mg. Workshop topics include The ticket reservath
Reproductive Physiology, a les
son in animal nutrition, adver
tismg/promotion, and more!
Holstein Junior Convention
STATE COLLEGE (Centre
Co )-The Pennsylvania Junior
Holstein Association 2000
Convention is fast approaching.
The Southcentral District has
put together an outstanding pro
gram beginning on Friday
evening, February 4,2000. There
will be commercial exhibitors,
along with a well-stocked dairy
bar available all weekend
Junior members bringing their
folding displays and pho
tographs for contest will have
them on display in the dairy bar
area
Saturday, February 5, will be
a full day of
competition, educa
tion, and fun.
Competition will
include the Dairy
Bowl and Speech
Contests. They are
planning for a lot of
fun at the Carlisle
Sports Emporium
with shuttle running
from 10:00 a.m.-3:00
Jersey Shore
Livestock
Market, lac.
Auction Every Thursday
At 4:00 pjm.
Jersey Shore, Pa.
Report Supplied By Auc
tion
Thursday, Jan. 20, 2000
RETURN TO FARM
CALF; 70.00-302.00.
GOOD VEAL:
40.00-69.00.
COMMON VEAL
10.00-39.00.
CHOICE STEERS
67.00-72.00.
SELECT STEERS
63.00-66.00.
COMMON STEERS
57.00-62.00.
COMMERCIAL COWS
37.00-43.50.
CANNERS-CUTTERS
32.00-36.00.
SHELLS: 25.00-31.00.
CHOICE HEIFERS
67.00-71.25.
SELECT HEIFERS
63.00-66.00.
COMMON HEIFERS
43.00-62.00.
GOOD FEEDERS
70.00-52.00.
COMMON FEEDERS
45.00-69.00.
BULLS: 45.00.
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(j FARM
s RECORD
\ BOOKS
|° $ 5.95
§ 717-872-1976
or mail:
§ 101 Tomahawk Drive
§> Conestoga, PA 17516
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2R Tickets will
be $4O per person and includes
all activities planned during the
'.me. is Januai
The cost is
$l5 00, which includes
LaserTron, arcade tokens,
Grand Pnx, Kart Ride, Batting
cages, or mini-golf
The Dairy Bowl finals will be
held at 4:00 p m. The winner will
represent Pennsylvania in
National Competition this June
in Ohio.
Sunday, February 6, will con
clude the Convention with the
awards breakfast and program.
Many juniors wilf be recognized
for their achievements and par
ticipation in junior activities
during the past year.
Why Pasture Mat? The Rewards
Pasture Mat is tightly stuffed with . Better Cow Health
rubber and sewn every 4" to prevent , Reduced Leg Injury
shifting , R ec j ucec j Swollen Hocks
Proven most durable top cover. , More Lactation Per Cow - More
Least abrasive top cover on the Milk
m & rl<e t • Reduced Bedding Costs
Fits any stall . p aS f Ure Mats Often Pay For
Proven performance. Themselves Within 6 Months.
For details and installation with over 6 years experience, call:
Petersheim’s Cow Mattresses
117 Christiana Pike (Route 372), Christiana, PA 17509
610-593-2242
U.S. Pat. No.
5653195
C»Oass|c
[||| l|| 2 Multi-Story Home, Shop,
I IU I Barn, Domestic Water,
Pool Greenhouse, Etc.
/ ELIMINATE HEATING BILLS /
KENNETH V. STAUFFER
R.R. #1 Box 307, Mt. Pleasant Mills, PA 17853
PHONE (717) 539-4606 FAX (717) 539-4703
1-888-539-4606
Please Call For Free Information!
For rooms, call Day’s Inn.
Penn State (1-800-258-3297).
and indicate that you are with
the PA Junior All-Breeds
Convention. The room rate is
$69 for one to 4 people in a room
If you are unable to reserve a
room when you call the hotel,
please call Dale Olver at 814
863-3914.
If you have any
questions, or comments, pleasi
call Erica Davis at 814-862-556
or the Penn State Dairy Scienc
Club at 814-863-3914.
PasbureMat
The Golden Standard In Cow Comfort
Ask For Merrill or Sam
The Clarion Hotel includes a
large indoor swimming pool,
sauna, and game room. The
Clarion Hotel is located near
Carlisle on Route 11, 1 mile
north of the Pennsylvania
Turnpike Exist 16 or 1/4 mile
north of 1-81 Exit 17.
All Pennsylvania Junior
Holstein Club members and
enthusiasts are invited to join
the South-Central District for
“Grazin in the Hay in Y2K.”
Contact Bridgette Bortner at
(717) 792-3647 for more infor
mation.
PI NN.SH.VANIA A1,1,-I1RI.LI)S JUNIOR CONVI NIION
Address
Phone
Day arriving (circle one) Friday night (2/12) or Saturday, morning (2/11)
Names and ages of other pci sons attending with you
Adult eh ipeione (il available)
Registration fee MO per poison (includes I udav night pizza Siluiday continental brcaklast lunch and dinner,
md Sunday brunch)
\ MO each = enclosed
Number of persons
Make checks payable to PA Junior All Breeds Convention
at sloeach =
I shuts
Circle size S M I XL
lOTAL KNCLOSI
Send ticket order forms to Penn State Dairy Science Club
Attention: Junior All Breeds Convention
324 Henning Building
University Park, PA 16802
Registration deadline: January 25,2000
For hotel room reservations, call Day's Inn at 1-800-258-3297 and mention that you arc with the PA Junior
All-Breeds Convention. Room rate is $69 for 1-4 persons in room. If you cannot reserve a room, please call
Dale Giver at 814-863-3914.
Conduct agreement: I agree to follow all convention rules These include
1 Absolutely no drugs or alcohol will be used or consumed
2 All juniors must be in their rooms by 11 30 p m Friday and midnight Saturday
3 All juniors agree to follow directions given by convention chaperones
4 Any juniors damaging hotel property will be charged for damages and sent home
5 Juniors will not leave convention facilities without permission from a chaperone
6 Violators of these rules will be sent home at parent's expense and barred from further participation in the PA
Junior All Breeds Convention
Parent signature
Lmcrgcncy phone number
Junior Signaturc(s)
INCREDIBLE LOW PRICES!!
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REMS I RAT lON FORM
enclosed
Av.iHnblc models
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40 x 62 ( \ left) 55 x 150 (2 left)
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