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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Greetings From Lancaster Farming Farming today is a mtiiti-billion dollar Business. Farming Lancaster style has .proved most successful, statistics from years tack prove. Not for several score years has any weekly publication dedicated itself to, or devoted itself to Lancaster FanmiBg. It is a system that Heeds reporting. It is a system that _neefls to be made known to the farmer in other parts of the nation. Such is the intent of LANCASTER FARMING, to serve the entire lower Susquehanna R-ivfr-"Va1Jey>SeI : e ~is_^ite$£.paper," devoted to the interests of the farmer, to " report- SJf. aatm_" toes, to help others, to keep the farmer iMOT1" ed on what affects him. There are hundreds of meetings throughout the area each year that'directly influence the farmer Scores of others have a direct or indirect 'bearing. Such is our purpose, to provide between two covers news that interests 'the agriculturalist. ) l Emphasis will be on meetings, on sales, on crop and weather conditi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Lancaster Farming Launched, Serving I Area's Agriculture ' Lancaster Farming today makes its initial appearance as the new_^ est publication in Southeastern Pennsylvania to seive agriculture specifically. For many, many years this region has been recognized as one of the most outstanding agricultural sections of the nation, even the world But not for many decades has theie been a publication specifically for the farmer, no publication that has served as a clearing house for rews the farmer needs. Such is the purpose of "Lancaster Farming, whose ideals and goaJs are set forth in today's ediborial columns High Qualifies Staff To do any job, men and equipment are needed. _Octoiaro Newspapers, which include the Quar« ryvi]le Sun and the Christians Public Ledger, published by Alfred C Alspach, have worked closely with the fairoer on a local basis, but the need for concentrated timely news from the vider agricultural front has not leen fully recognized until today Highly qualified...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

arm Women Open innual Meeting, led Officers i. Members of the Lancaster Eountq Society oi farm Women iomorrow open their 38th annual _Keeping at Moose Hall, 220 East King Street, Lancaster, and will te_^r their -state president and _frice pdesident Around 350 are expected f Mrs Charles Shnvei, Waynesbig R3_, state president and Mrs. Maik Herr, Collegeville R2, first _vice president will attend uthe sessions -Sessions Open At 10 A. M. - Gioup singing, music, a business session, skits and other featuies will maik the program. Opening at 10 a m , the convention staits with group singing led by Mrs Scottr Nissley trom Society 19. Mrs Wilbur Hostetter Society 5 _^ _will_,be pianist _^ and de volions _' will be led by Society 23 Lancaster County s presideni Mrs Milton Eberly, trom Society 6 near Elizabethtown, will give hei report, while reports ot the 23 county society presidents will be given by Mrs. E. Robert Nolt, Society 4 A ladies' quaitet trom Society 19 will offer-music in...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Office of the Secretary r WASHINGTON Mr Ernest J. _Neall. Editor. ¦» Lancaster Farming, "_j Quarryville, Pa. N Dear Mr. Neill: Apicultural _journaflism is vitally _important to the farmer, *he farm ¦wife and their children. It keeps them _abreast of the technological progress"of tiheir industry, of market trends, social developmentsthe workings of government and all else pertaining to the multitude of things which affect today's rural households. Agricultural iournalism promotes the "oneness" of all our citizens, icity _dweMers and rural people, producers and consumers It is a bridge between R.F.O. and Main Street. For many generations the people of agriculture have looked to their farm journals for rewarding information, entertainment and education. It is a ipleasure to -welcome Lancaster Farming to this lively and ,'useful field of journalism. Sincerely yours, Signed Ezra Taft Benson

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

October Proves Wettest Here In 12 Years With 567 inches of ram _during the month of October, Lancaster County almost doubled 'the normal 3.10 Weekend rains, which totaled 1.67 inches at Ephrata, helped bring up _<fche amount Record _toefore was Oct. 1943 with 7.12. Saturday afternoon's storm toppled a large concrete block poultry house on the farm ol Enos Buckwalter, Lancaster K4. About 75 _<broi'leds were killed. Temperatures plunged and the county remained cool thorugh the week. FARMERS' CITY NIGHT (Farmers guests Tuesday mgfln were entertained by the Strastourg Lions Club in a program fositerfaig better erlations toe tween the fawner and city man m community activities. Each club member brought a farmer guest. BRETHREN HELP CLEAN-UP iLititz Chuch of the _Brethren ¦members tihs week helped J. IMad'ison Dietrich of R2 clean tip debris of fire that destroyed his (barn Oct. 21.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

p _*To Lancaster Farming When we consider the many things that have created and maintained a great agriculture in Pennsylvania we look (back tc its beginning, two and a half _centeries ago. Custom and tradi' tton have a .tog share, but real progress comes from _practical experience based on the trial and error methods of experi mentation for improvement, plus the spreading of the informtion obtained Among the various methods for dissemination of agricultural information are the spoken and the written or printed word Farm papers and magazines hold an important place in the _advancement of agriculture Accurate and timely instruction or methods, research, marketing and production reports are essential to present day farming. Lancaster County agriculture is outstanding in the State and <r> the Nation Farmers of the county, since the first settlers. 'have attained enviable records. They have been through the school of experience and -will continue to profit from the f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

By United States Department of \(?riculture "Vf. _->,_k>< News Bureau _Davui l- _jorenson, Reporter 'Lancaster — (Wednesday To Wednesday Review) Cattle; Three days, this week 4,770 week ago 5,623. _Comipared with last Wednesday Slaughter steers slow this week, a few sales choice and prime 1100 _ibs and lighter about _steady, idhoi.ce and prime steers 1200 lbs and over alomg with good and low choice shorlfeds _ weak to 50c lower. Heifers scarce, a_^out steady Cows moderately active, (bulls about steady. Stackers and feeders moderately active, mostly Steady Bulk choice fed steers early $21.75 to .H23.00, load choice and prime 1050 lb yearlm? steers $23.85, a few loads and lots 846 Hbs to 1366 lbs choice and ipiume steers $23.25 to $23 50 Load 1655 lb prime steers $21.00 A few loads high commercial and good 1.011 to 11175 lb. Grass steers ifor slaughter $18 00 to $19 50. Good and low choice Jieifers $18. 00 to $20.00, eommercKiil and low good grass heifers $...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

tounty Agent, Staff Travel 50,000 __ Miles Yearly; 39,737 at Meetings It's more than 50,000 jroffieSi interests is steer fattening. How he is realistic his think from border to lb order of Lancaster county, wihen you figure on the basis of miles traveled each year by County Agricultural Agent - Max M. smith and this _btaff. ' Lodking over his _reoort for the Nov 1, 1954 to Nov 1, 1955 fiscal year, Mr. Smith disclosed _$hat he and Ihis assistants made 2,367 farm visits. There were 2,324- office calls, 5,838 telephone (Calls Agricultural meetings ' They totaled 485 last year, wjitih. ten attendance of 39,737. Fifteen television shows were given iby fliis office, 256 news items were _£ent out, and 214 radio broad-(pasts made * Many Calls Are Urban f ' His staff consists of Victor IPlastow, assistant county agent, ivho 'handles county youth activities, DHIA and soil testing; Hairy i&loat, _associate county agent, specializing in poultry, vegetables, flowers, farm manag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Feeder Calf Sale, Youth Marke t!! Events Scheduled at Lancaster , November will prove a Busy month for the livestock industry in the trade territory of Lancaster Union Stock Yards. Starting activities tomorrow — Saturday, Nov. 5 — will be the First Annual Feeder Calf Show and Sale. For three days, starting Nov. 8, attention will center on Four-H youth from ten area counties. Three breeds will be represented in tomorrows sale 01 caLves, feeder steers and teedmg heifers — Angus, Heretorct and Shorthorns. Pennsylvania Bred and Raised These entries are Pennsylvania bred and raised Quite a tew are expected to arrive trom the western part * of the Keystone State, co sponsored by the Pennsylvania livestock and . Allied Association, Inc, the Stock Yards Company and _ths Live Stock Exchange All entries wia be graded and sold for auction, beginning, at l-00 p. m., with both individuals and pen lots going on the auction block Abe Diffenbach will be the auctioneer. "Members ot the vario...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

SEPA6C May Go Above 100,000 Goal in Year Increasing nine per cent ov_*r last year, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Artificial Breeding C,o- operative, Lancaster, expects to icach a record goal of 100,000 services this year. President Eail L. Groff, Strasburg Rl, announced at the coeoeratives fall meeting that the SPABC record for the first six months of 1955 totaled 52,489, placing the local group second to only the Western Pennsylvania _rroup at Clarion The record them ib 63,792. Lancaster County goes at>ov« *he State _average of 6.3 per cent increase. During the first half of the year _. the stat- 3 artificial breeding total of dairy cattle was 207,-115.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Head Staff of Lancaster Farming Ernest 3. Neill Ernest J. Neill, editor of LAltfbackgroundinagnculturalpoui CASTER FARMING, brings a broad back ground m agricultural journalism Born and raised on an Adams county, Iowa (arm, he has been closely allied to the agricultural scene in Corn Belt publication 1; and radio stations since graduation from Creighton University, Omaha, Neb, with a Bachelor ot Fhtfosophy degree in journalism. Both of his giandfathers were pioneer farmeis in southwestern Iowa, and his parents established Sunny Slope Stock Farm at Nodaway, operating about 1,200 acres. Since his mother's death in 1948, Mr Neill has managed the 400-acre home place and two 40-acre pasture units m partnership with two sisters. - Radio Newspaper Experience He has been news editor of a Nebraska weekly, on the news and program steffs of two Nebra-&ko radio stations and prior to being drafted into the Army, city editor of the North Platte (Neb.) Daily Tlegraph. In service...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Farm Show Premiums at Record $55,968 HARRISBURG — The Pennsyl-Show Commission, Harrisburg, has announced ' an alltim-e record $55,968 to be offered in cash premium payments to competitive exhibit place winners at _tlje 40th Pernsylvania Farm Show here next Jan. 9 through 13. Dr William L. Henning, chairman of the Farm Show Commission, also said that November 12 has been set as the deadline for Ming entries m the livestock and most divisions of the poultry deprrtments of the show The Nov. 12 closing date holds for all livestock except 4-H baby beeves and 4-H sheep for which the deadline is Dec 17. Horse pulling contest entries are due Dec. 24. Closing date for turkeys, 4-H vocational poultry classes is Dec. 1, and for broiler, fryer and roaster chickens is Dec 12 All oilier poultry entries are due No\ 12. Dairy Awards Increased Cash premium offerings for the coming show exceed the amount offered at the 1955 show by $156, Dr. Henning said. The largest single department amount ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Corn Support Price Set at $1.75 in 1955 Lancaster county's 1955 corn crop will be supported at $175 per bushel, accoi ding to the Agricultural Stabilization and -fConseivation office. This price is near last year's $179, lghest'ever paid under the support program, and near 1953's rate of $1.77 The national support figure for the 1955 crop is $1.58 per bushel, oi 87 per cent of parity. Producers who stayed within acreage allotment limits are 1 eligible to place their corn under loan. Corn must be stored on the farm at least 30 days, and a -noisture test at that time must be less than 0 per cent. Those sealing corn must pay a $3 service fee Lancaster County is one of the 850 counties 'n the naiion designated as a "commercial icorn a r _ea," and of the total, 30 are in Pennsylvania > In its Oct 1, 1955 forecast' the United States _Department of Agriculture estimates the national yield this fall may be 3,100,000,-000 ushels, four million above the Sept 1 _estimate, and po...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

OUR BEST ADS ARE BORN, NOT WRITTEN Continued use of the S. P.. A. B_. C. Proven Sire Program stemmed into many top producing herds. ALWAYS A CHOICE OF SIRES—$5.00 SERVICE FEE SOUTHEASTERN PENNA. ARTIFICIAL BREEDING COOPERATIVE Box 254, Lancaster, Fa. Phone 2.2191

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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