Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, March 11, 2000, Image 45

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    1942 Camp Swatara Road • Myerstown, PA 17067
Ph; (717) 933-8853 • Fax: (717)933-8078
Sat, March 25th, 2000 • 8 AM
100+ Tractors - 200+ Implements - Antiques -
Parts & More!!
At our yard on US Rte. 20, 4 mi. east of Sharon Springs, NY
This is an early list as of March Ist, we will have twice as much listed.
TRACTORS: 1994 JD 4960 MFWD, PS, 6025 hrs., runs & looks good;
1988 JD 4250 MFWD, PS, cab, IH 5288 MFWD, cab, 5100 hrs.; MF 2640
4WD, cab 4200 hrs.; Ford TWIO 4WD; Ford 7710 4WD, cab; Case-IH 5120
Maxxum, 4WD, cab, 2997 hrs., 1 owner; ‘72 JD 4020 PS w/148 Idr; Ford
655 C Industrial Loader, Ford 455 Backhoe; Ford 335 w/ldr.; Ford County
754 4WD w/cab & Idr., under 1000 orig. hrs.!; Landini 8880 Hi-Crop w/cab
& AC, 800 hrs., like new; Landini 55F Hi-Crop 43 hp, only 25 hrs.!; IH 986
w/cab, fresh overhaul, Long 310 4WD w/ldr.; Ford 6610 4WD cab; Ford
6610 2WD, cab, new engine; JD 3130 w/cab; JD 2140 4WD w/Sound Card
Cab; JD 2250 w/Sound Card Cab & 245 Idr; Ford 4600 w/cab, Ford 3600
w/cab; IH 1066; Ford 2000 w/PS, Ford Super Major w/ldr; White 2-105
w/cab, 225 P orig. hrs.; IH 1566 Black Stripe; IH 966 w/turbo; Belarus 572
4WD, cab, 1800 hrs.; Belarus 825 4WD, cab, 1992, 1800 hrs.; AC 170 gas;
Bobcat 553 diesel SS Idr., 500 hrs., like new; Bobcat 371 mini SS loader; IH
684 w/ldr; 443 Bobcat diesel w/backhoe; Case 1730 SS; IH 806, Oliver
1600; Bobcat 5428 - only 1050 hrs.; Ford 8N; Plus many more tractors com
ing m!
i 960 JD 330 S S/N 330855-restored, JD GPO
on lull steel, running, unrestored, s/n 15338, JD 420 U w/onginal disc, plow,
manuals & original bill of sale - nice original; MH 33 diesel, WF & 3 pt,
very rare', 1957 Massey Hams diesel Pony, made in France - very rare l ; JD
520 w/3 pt. & Idr.; ‘52 JD A restored; ‘4l JD B restored; JD 70 standard dsl.
w/3 pt & adjustable front; JD 530 w/3 pt.; Oliver 770 w/1902 hrs.;
Experimental Farmall AV hi-crop - Ist one built*; Nice IH Cub w/cultivators;
Case VAH Hi-Crop; AC WD4S diesel, Earthmaster w/cult, Ford 801 SOS
good original; IH 400 w/2 pt., Farmall AV; Cockshutt 30; Cockshutt 40 fresh
overhaul; Cockshutt 1950 GM diesel; Very nice original MH Pony w/ongi
nal mower, plow, disc & cult; Oliver 88 standard; Oliver OC-4-3G crawler
(round grille) w/onginal hyd tilt blade; Nice Schramm Pneumalractor, Case
RC unstyled on steel; JD unstyled B on round spokes - stuck; JD 50, JD MT,
JD 801 hitch; JD R; IH 600; Antique IH horse drawn manure spreader on
steel, very nice (4) Gas engines, (3) sets JD & IH steel wheels 50 pieces old
adv literature; many more coming in*
EQUIPMENT: Knight 2250 Reel Auggie w/scales, Bnllion 25 ft cultim
ulcher; White 271 20 It lock ilex discs - excellent; Glencoe 9 shank disc
chiscl; IH 720 sxlB SR plows, 1H 720 4xlB SR plows, IH 710 sxlB SR
plows. White 546 6xlB on land SR plows. White 598 5X Van-width SR
plows, Nice JD 7000 6 iow 30" dry ten planter w/200 monitor, very good,
Badger tandem axle forage wagon w/roof, like new, Arps 3 pt. backhoe. JD
2600 6xlB SR plows - nice 1 ; JD 210 13’ disc. Ford 12' HD plowing disc,
Oliver 10’ disc. Bnllion 15’ cultimulcher, JD 8350 21x7 double disc drill
w/seed & feit, JD FB-B 8 ft drill w/seed & ten., JD 7pt chisel, IH 9 + 13
pi chisels; Case 13 pi chisel; JD 15 It. field cultivator; JD 6X hyd icsct on
land plows. Burnt IH 986, Plus several older parts tractors. Woods 214 14’
Batwmg mower. JD 18’ disc; JD 7’ PU head w/gauge wheels; 5 used load
cis. Case industnal backhoe unit - like new, (2) Ford backhoes; JD 4x2 gatoi,
JD AM626 gator w/dump, Shulte HD 9 ft snowblower, New 20’ Snowco
elevator, New rotary mowers 5-6-7 ft.. New 3 pt blades, Stone rakes, Small
pull type York rake, (6) new loader buckets; Several garden tractors, New
Shaver 3 pt. post driver; 100 new tractor & implement tires; 600-16 through
20.8-38 & in-between! 50 JD & IH suitcase wgts., hyd cylinders, chain, pins
& drawbars, Howard 3 pt. backhoe; 100 pallets misc. paits, plus much more
coming in, call us for a more complete list 1
SALE ORDER: 8 AM - Parts & Small items; 10 AM Older farm equipt.; 11
AM Late model equipt & tractors; 2 PM Collector tractors All times
approx., be here early.
TERMS: Cash or good check, all items sold “as is” all items must be
removed within 30 days, list subject to change.
NOTE: Last year’s spring sale had 2000 people from 14 states in attendance.
Plan to be here, most of sale is absolute. Consignments taken ‘til 5 PM
Friday, March 24th.
(518) 284-2090
D.C.-The State of
Maryland should in
clude dairy producers
and their industry rep
resentatives in devel
oping nutrient
management regula
tions, according to the
Maryland Dairy In
dustry Association
The state industry
group representing
more than 800 dairy
farm families says that
practical on-farm ex
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Dairy Industry Calls for Producer Input
on Maryland's Nutrient Management Regulations
perience is necessary
in order to draft state
regulations that pro
tect both producers
and the state’s natural
MDIA was reacting
to the Maryland De
partment of Agricul
ture’s (MDA)
proposed regulations
that require the state’s
agricultural producers
to develop and imple
ment nutrient man
agement plans for
their farms. The asso
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, March 11, 2000-MS
ciation convened a
task force of produc
ers, academic, and Ex-
tension officials to
review and prepare
comments on MDA’s
recently published
draft of proposed reg
“Maryland’s prox
imity to urban centers
and the Chesapeake
Bay makes our nu
trient management
proposals unique
among our sister
states,” says Myron L.
Wilhide, a third
generation dairy pro
ducer and president of
the Maryland Dairy
Industry Association.
“We believe that com
prehensive cost
sharing, easy access to
qualified advisory per
sonnel, and practical
producer input are
critical to developing
an acceptable nutrient
management plan.”
MDIA’s recommen
dations to Royden
Powell, the Maryland
Department of Agri
culture’s assistant sec
retary for resource
conservation, empha
sized these points:
• Maryland Depart
ment of Agriculture
should appoint a pro
ducer/advisory com
mittee to have input in
and oversight of the
state’s Nutrient Man
agement Manual regu
lating on-farm plans;
• Nutrient manage
ment plans should be
farm-specific, encom
passing size, manage
ment history, and
economics of that op
• Maryland Depart
ment of Agriculture
should be the primary
and regulatory author
ity on nutrient man
agement plans, not
environmental agen
• Adequate cost
sharing and/or finan
cial assistance, as well
as professional coun
sel, should be made
available to producers
for state-required nu
trient management
• Nutrient manage
ment plans should in
clude assistance for
any required off-farm
storage, transporta
tion, and disposal of
Maryland is requir
ing dairy and other
producers to review
and comment on pro
posed nutrient man
agement regulations
no later than March