Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 12, 2000, Image 204

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SEE US AT AG PROGRESS DAYS -
August 15,16,17 East Ist Street
Hesston Forage Harvesters
It’s no big secret that whole
stalk corn silage produces 40
to 50% more digestible energy
over corn harvested as grain.
The big secret is how
economically and efficiently you
can harvest it with a Hesston"
7155 S Forage Harvester
Hesston Disc Mower Conditioners
Hesston Balers
The balers that
Thanks to the exclusive Center-
Line design, the Hesston® 4550
builds the straightest and squarest
bales possible
Saves leaves.
Teamed with Hesston’s performed
flake concept, leaves are saved and
uniformly distributed throughout
the bale. The result: high-quality
bales that are loaded with nutrition.
ZIMMERMAN’S FARM SERVICE
School Road, Rt. 1, Bethel, Pa.
717-933-4114
D. W. OGG
Frederick, MD - 301-47M250 HERNLEY’S FARM EQUIPMENT. INC.
Westminster, MD - 410-848-4585 „ .. , . 0 , .... n
2095 S Market St, Elizabethtown, Pa
717-367-8867
Nobody knows hay like
HESSTON
C.J. WONSIDLER BROS.
Finland Rd., Quakertown, PA
215-536-1935/215-536-7523
Rts 309 & 100, New Tripoli, PA
610-767-7611 / 570-648-2088
Cut corners without
cutting quality.
Take a 12-foot swipe through your
toughest crop. Cut square corners
Cut on either side of the tractor.
Maneuver around obstacles
You can do it all while
making quality hay with
the Hesston 1 1340 Disc
Mower Conditioner.
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STANLEY’S FARM SERVICE
RD 1, Box 46, Klingerstown, Pa
717-648-2088
UMBERGER’S OF FONTANA, INC.
RD 4, Box 545, Lebanon, Pa
717-867-2613
MARSHALL MACHINERY, INC
The secret
to low-cost
forage
harvesting.
Honesdale, Pa
Skillathon
Aug. 17
At Ag
Progress
ROCKSPRING
(Centre Co.) Ag
Progress Days is also
the site of the 4-H
Equine Skillathon,
here Aug. 17.
All 2000 Pennsylva
nia 4- H horse club
members are invited to
compete.
Components of the
skillathon are:
• Division 1, horse
less, new for 2000. In
cluded are
identification stations,
a written test, and the
contestant must judge
one conformation
halter class.
• Division 2, with
horse. This includes
identification stations,
a written test, and a
showmanship contest.
For the identifica
tion stations, subjects
may include topics
from project books.
The written test in
cludes general knowl
edge of horses, horse
riding ability, and
related topics. In the
showmanship contest,
participants will show
their 4-H project
horses and be judged
according to the cur
rent state 4-H horse
show rulebook.
For judging, con
testants will rank a
class of four horses ac
cording to ideal con
formation standards
for the class.
There are three age
categories for each di
vision (4-H age as ol
Jan. 1, 2000): 8-11
years old, 12- 14 years
old, and 15-18 years
old.
The champion re
ceives a $2OO savings
bond. The reserve re
ceives a $lOO savings
bond.
Horseless competi
tion begins at 10 a.m.
sharp (registration at 9
a.m.). With-horse
competition begins at
1 p.m. sharp (registra
tion begins at noon).
Contestants must be
enrolled in a Pennsyl
vania 4-H horse or
horseless project. Par
ticipants must use
their current 4-H
project horses if com
peting in the with
horse division. Horses
must have verification
of current negative
EIA status (within one
year) and rabies vacci
nation for 2000. These
must be presented at
registration.
For more informa
tion, contact Kathy
Brown at (814) 359-
2547 or e-mail kath
leenbrown@webtv.net.