Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 01, 2000, Image 1

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Set Clocks
Ahead Tonight
You may be familiar with the
old saying, “spring forward, fall
back.” That time of year has ar
rived again to change from East
ern Standard Time back to
Daylight Saving Time, provid
ing more hours of daylight for
farmers. We “spring forward”
one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday, April
2. So turn your clocks ahead one
hour before going to bed Satur
day night. Remember, animal
feeding and milking schedules
need to be adjusted accordingly.
At the Dauphin County Soil Conservation District’s
annual banquet last week, Joseph Ibberson received the
forest steward award and Neal Leffler is the outstanding
conservation farmer. See story on page A 42. Photo by Jayne
Four Sections
New-Oirection Budgee, a 5-year-old owned and bred by Tom McCauley, was nametftgrand champion at
the Pennsylvania Holstein Spring Show in Harrisburg last week. Reserve grand champion went to E-Ricks
Charles Aruba, owned by Mark Campbell, Alex Claypoole, and Andrea Bednarski. With the cows are from
left McCauley, Mylin Good, Pennsylvania Dairy Princess Lori Connelly, Alan McCauley, Kristen McCau
ley, Sandy McCauley, Chris Hill, Alex Claypoole, Mark Campbell, Andrea Bednarski, Brent Walker (judge),
and Samuel E. Hayes Jr., Pennsylvania secretary of agriculture. See more photos from the Pennsylvania
Holstein Show on page A 26.
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, ApriM, 2000 $31.00 Per Year
The newly-crowned New York Dairy Princess court toast the
dairy industry. From left are Christine Lee Weissman, Second Al
ternate Dairy Princess; Marianne Moody, New York State Dairy
Princess; and Cairy Norman, First Alternate Dairy Princess. The
girls were chosen from 27 county dairy princesses who competed
in the recent New York Dairy Princess Pageant in Syracuse, NY.
See story on page 812.
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