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Stibestrol [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Stibestrol What Shall We Grow ? Topic at Beef-Lamb Meet Results of recent feeding / tests with stilbestrol at the Agricultural Research Center , Beltsvile _^ Md , confirm previous indications that this hormone-like chemical , used in approved amounts m finishing rations for beef cattle , can save feed but _ dees not shorten the time required to give steers the desired _degree of fatness , the U S . Department of Agriculture reported Tuesday What Shall We _Cfrow wil ] ba thesubject of an address _bs J . Collins McSparren , Pennsylvania Grange secretary , before the annual Red Rose Baby Beei and Lamb Club Feb . 3 . The banquet , beginning at 6 : 30 p . m ., will be in the Armstrong Cork Co . Auditorium , Lancaster . Banquet committee members are : Walter Augsburger , Rl _Remholdsj Jane Greiner _, R 4 Manheim ; Marian Graybill , R 3 Manheim , and James _ Hess , Rl Strasburg . JAYCEE JUDGES NAMED Three prominent Lancaster County agriculturalists have been named judges to select Lancaste...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Winter Strikes Hard ; Drifting Roads Opened ,. [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Winter Strikes Hard ; Drifting Roads Opened ,. • Winter tossed one of its stiffe sl punches on Lancaster Countj dUiung the past week , _depositing several inches of snow that several days later kicked up under high winds and drifted severa ] ¦ rural roads stout . Highways Friday n _$ ht ( became islheets of- ice if allowing snow that fell Thursday afte _ rnoon and evening . During the weekend , sleighs were put into use , and many jusd Igave UP use of the family auto until the weather moderated fltere was some thawing Sunday , Ibut another told swap tunned this Hlu&h into ice . Breezy weaitlher Monday brushed sntow over highways -and closed several roads that bad . been lopeneid just a short time before . _Snowjences in manrcases checkled the flow of snow , ( but too often snow fencing was stdl lying m rollsIn _Southern Lancaster County , _allmosit a foot tff snow fell during the week and forced closing of several sdhools two days . Out tame the sleds , fobaggons , skis ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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_Lancaster County Church Goers *— s [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

_Lancaster County Church Goers *— s Let it blow , let it snow , said Mr _^ and their farm into town , sang in the choir , Mfs > _Harbia-L . ( Hack ) Gr&ff of R 2 Quarry- Memorial Methodist , and heade , d for home _, ville Sunday morning . Not to he stuffiped _ T -, Sleigh bells _jingled , adding to _ the novelty by the weather , they hitched up _| their one- and practicality of this mode of transhorse sleigh _^ glided over the snow from portation . — ( Lancaster Farming Photo ) .

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8 * oilers Up , Top to 2175 On Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

8 * oilers Up , Top to 2175 On Thursday ¦ Lancaster Poultry Exmange ( Rohrerstown , Pa , Sales Report , Sale # 118 , Thursday , 19 , 1958 )—- iBroders moved afinosit two tents ( higher in active _itradanig _Ih _ere Thursday , averaging 21 . 78- FortyIDour lots totaling 132 , 240 _-fonrdis were listed ; 120 , 440 were offered an 41 tots and 39 tots totaling 119 , 700 were sold . Thirty-seven lots off a toted 115 , 800 Ibrmlers sold from 20 % to 23 % , averaging 2178 . One tot of 500 Leghorn fowl Vent at 15 % , land one lot of 3400 caipebtes < went at 21 % Toip was ( paid Harold _TCeener , R 2 Mount Joy , for 700 White _Viamtress , 10 weeks , 2 days , toy Bolton s Dressing Plant , Sdbaef- £ erstown Here are steles listed _< by seller and grower , _amount and Ibree d , age by weeks and days ,, buyers , price ; first two lots from John W Hall , one of 3000 White Ooraiisli Cross , 10-2 _rfihe oifcher 3000 White _Vanfcreiss 9-2 , w _^ re withdrawn _pnorta sate ; lot ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Broilers Average 23 . 50 , Top 25 in Tuesday Aftction Lancaster Poultry _Exchange ( Rohrerstawn ) ( Sales Report -Sale # H 19 , Tuesday , Jan . 24 , 1953 ) —Sixteen lots of _47500 _Ibirds were listed , offered aM sold ( here Tuesday at prices ranging from 21 % to 25 cents witlh an average of 23-50 iFor the _corresipondmg day _ a year , ago , Jan 25 , 1954 , 17 lots- of 53 , 800 tards sold from 28 % to 29 % , averaging 29 . 16 . Approxim atly 100 , 000 _birds wire listed for yesterday s sale . _x Top was-scored by Lloyd G _TCreider on 400 White Cross , M weeks , 4 days , selling to Carl B Rissersit 25 Other sales toy _seTilei and _^ grower , amount and breed iaige toy weeks and dlays , buyei and price follow Mailer & Bustoong ( Won Wile ) , lots 24-2 and 24-3 , the first 2400 White Vantress , 94 , to C J . Nan beck Inc 23 % ; second lot , 2000 _Whute Vantress , 9-4 . to Grimes & Hauer , 23 % lot 244 , Lester L Fritz , 1600 White _Vantress , 9-5 , to Walter C ....

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Prime Steers at $ 23 Top ; Hogs Gain $ 1 . 00-1 . 50 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Prime Steers at $ 23 Top ; Hogs Gain $ 1 . 00-1 . 50 LANCASTER WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY REVIEW By David S . Lorenson , Reporter USDA Market News Bureau Lancaster July 26 , — CATTLE : 2 , 625 , week ago 3291 . Compared with last Wednesday : Slaughter steers 1200 lbs and lighter fully steady to strong , instances 25 c higher , weights over 1200 lbs slow , mostly steady Heifers fully steady , cows around 25 c higher , best action on canner , cutter and utility . Bulls mostly steady . Stockers and feeders slow , largely steady . Keceipts around 45 per cent _slaughter steers , around 13 per cent cows , balance mostly stockers and feeders Bulk good and choice slaughter steers 9751250 lbs $ 17 . 50-21 50 ; load 1270-lb Prime steers $ 22 . 75 . part load 1170-lb prime steers $ 23 . 00- Several loads choice 1300-1350-11 : steers $ 19 00-19 . 75 , load choice 1375-lbs $ 18 50 . Commercial and low good steers $ 15-00-17 . 00 . Commercial and -good heifers $ 14 . 5016 50 , a few good and choice _...

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Outlook - Mid-January to Mid-February 1956 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Outlook - Mid-January to Mid-February 1956 This chart shows the general nature of and heavy , and the precipitation amounts the total precipitation which fell during which determine these classes are obtainthe preceding 30 days . Precipitation is ex- ed from an analysis of many years of recpressed in three classes : light , moderate , J rird at many stations . - *

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

West Willow Farmers Association Custom Grinding and Mixing W W-F Poultry Feeds Ultra-Lifed Formulas West Willow , Pa . Phone Lancaster 45019 * BETTER CHICK LtVEABILITY if EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE ic CHALK WHITE EGGS * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION * LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania Pullorum - i ¦ - U . S . Approved Typhoid Clean WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IN YOUR AREA Keystone 43 Old Mill Road Poultry _U-. _^ - Breeding 1 01111 EPHRATA . PA . PHONES : Hatchery 37611 - _Fkrm 3-6179 -

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Spring Needs ORDER NOW Field Seeds Prices are lowest in 20 years . Alfalfa Red Clover Alsike Seed Potatoes Cobblers Katadins Kennebec Vigoro GROFFS HARDWARE New Holland Ph . 4-0851 Authorized Dealers * Master Mix * Ferguson Equipment * Lincoln Welders * Thermopane * Universal Milkers * Miller s Insecticides * Koppers Creosoted Posts * Wirthntore Feeds * Haverly _BulkJTanks * Sauder Loaders * Anhydrous Ammonia ! _= Wheel A-Way Egg Washers i-Irrigation Equipment * DeKalb Chix & Started Pullets fflESTAND Iixc Marietta 6-9361

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Interstate Members Are Compensated _, Dairy farmer members of the Inter-State Milk Producers Cooperative who were temporarily unable to market their milk because of the recent Lancaster paratyphoid epidemic received cash compensation from their Cooperative last week ; totaling $ 5 , 532 3 * / , In repaying these 21 members for loss of income , Inter-State emphasized that the organization s policy over the years has been- to guarantee a market and to guarantee pay . These payments , the Cooperative said , were in accordance with Inter-State s established i policy of settlement with a member who is out of a market through no fault of his own or when his premises are quarantined because of human illness . Checks ? 56 . _qp to $ 687 . 81 , When the epidemic broke out m December , ( the State Board of Health and the Lancaster City ( Board of Health ascertained that victims of the ailment had bad access to . milk _processed by Queen Dairy , a Lancaster plant . _Tha 21 members of Inter-Sta...

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_Prices tower In farm hidfex December 15 th [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

_Prices tower In farm hidfex December 15 th HAR-RISBURG — Further declines in prices received by Pennsylvania farmers for most meat animals and milk during the month ended December 15 were more than off _« et by seasonal increases iniv _ _- _* ces received for poultry , eggs and grains , the State Department of Agriculture announced today . The index of prices advanced 1 point , during the month , reaching 245 per cent of the 1910-14 base level , the same as a year earlier , the survey showed . Hogs Lowest in 14 Years Hog prices , averaging a return to farmers of $ 12 . 80 per hundred lbs . liveweight , are the lowest in almost 14 years , the Department said . Beef cattle and sheep declined 10 cents a hundred pounds from the-November 15 average- Lambs dropped 40 cents while calves advanced 70 cents . The index for all crops advanced 2 points as all grains took a seasonal increase in price , the survey revealed . Wheat advanced 3 cents a bushel and corn 2 cents Livestock Up One Point...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

P , QUL , TJ _£ Y MARKETS LIVE POULTRY _IPMkdelpMa — Jan . 25 ( USDA ) Market unsettled . Demand light and selective , supplies more than ample . Few lots barred rock ip t ullets 38-40 c , _Wbjte Rocks 30 _J 32 C , with , buHk unsold- Large White Rock and- _Hyllme Caponettes 26-2 _Sc , _^ jparred Rocks 25-26 c , small sizes White Rocks 23-25 c , carried over stocks 20-23 c , mostly dressers . Few lots cross Fryers 24-25 c , White Rocks 22-24 Vantress Reds 24-25 c , mixed 22-24 c _, without clearing . Turkeys barely ( steady . Demand fair for light supplies Heavy tyipe Young Hens 43-45 , few lots 47 c , Young Toms 2 S-28 , few lots 33 c Wihite Holland Young Toms were unsoldReceipts Jan 24 included : Maryland 11 , 854 lbs , Delaware 11 , 620 lbs , Virginia 3400 lbs Wholesale selling iprices ; No . 1 and fancy Quality Jbroilers or ifners heavy type 3-4 lbs 22-25 , Pullets 4 _i lbs and over 30-40 , Hens — iheavy tyipe — 26-30 , light tyipe 15-22 Old Roosters 11-12 . Dulcks- t Muscovy 18...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

_itohNMR . Tr _ribWJ , _-l _^ _aiiGaste _^^ _Farnimg _^ _fWinferli _iiife 1 \ _* _t ; _tU * \ . More than one s share came in the two Myer , R 3 Manheim , is shown plowing out storms last week that dumped snow by the the lane of his farm . Last week s snows tons on Lancaster County . Yet this mois- field on -tenaciously , melting somewhat ture was more than welcome , f _, or here and < slowly over the weekend , giving a belated elsewhere the soil stood uyneed . Ralph Christmas Card view of the County . _^ _^ _^

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

INEVITABLE _Salesman — This model has a top speed of 120 miles an hour , and , shell stop on a dune . Prospect — That s fine . But what happens then ? Salesman — A little putty knife comes out and scrapes you off the windshield . Save During The Farm Bureau WINTER OIL SALE ! Jan /* I to Feb . 29 SAVE 10 c per gallon on UNIGO MOTOR OIL SAY * 2 c per Ib . on all GREASE Call Today for Prices ! _tmk * FARM _^ W BUREAU Dillerville Rd ., Lane . PHONE LANC . 4-0541 , » « _» _* ¦ _fipt jL WISCONSIN Heavy-Duty \ t _• MORE PORTABailY _, PER _HQRSEPQWEJ _? 5 § _• MOST HORSEPOWER HOURSOf SERVICE £ * 4-Cycle Single Cylinder , _2-CylincJei and V _.-tyge-Gyl . BARTS / Authorized Safes and Service \ Repair & Service _f 1952 Landis VaHey _* _Rdi _J _Lajtc _. Ph . _% 156 $ S _•^¦ _^¦ _¦^¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦^^ _jip _jfl ¦¦¦¦ ! ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ :

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

IOW PRICED < _% M _> QMG CHAIN SAW . the OMG is V * light yet power- I *** ? ful Every ounce \* rt * of saw is working \—— for you You pay for power and get it • the OMG !» completely automatic—transmitsion clutch , chain rale ., starter • _the-OMG is . MALL made from stem to stern—your assurance of the highest quality and finest engineered chajn saw manufactured ste this modero miracle of the _chain _mij , _* getoday—the OMG . _Co _» ne 11 and give it a trial run ! Snavely s Farm Service NEW HOLLAND RHONE 4-2214

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

MID-WINTER DROUGHT Mid-winter drought is discouraging . Kecent snows in the Garden Spot have made the outlook somewhat brighter , but the prospects of facing another dry season are not considered impossible . Such things are discouraging to _report , especially when the local-situation and that of other neighborhoods is considered . Let s take a look around the country . Reports are that in the normally arid regions of the Great Southwest , there has been more than ample rainfall . In fact the deserts are blooming as the rose , to quote an anthem . Where it should be dry , it s wet . Where it should be wet , it s dry . From St . Louis comes word that snow — two inches — fell after 47 days of drought had charged the city and people with static electricity . Napped carpets set up such charges that tingling shocks were common when a person touched metal . Weather Bureau records indicate no other period on record ( since the 1870 s ) had been so dry . Concrete could be poured in tempera...

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Lure of Life Lesson for January 29 , 1958 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Lure of Life Lesson for January 29 , 1958 A coin , a sheep , a man—what _**• do these three have in com . mon ? Jesus , told a triple story using these three so different objects to bring out the same point . What the coin , _i the sheep , the man had in common was that e « ch was lost . They were out of place , useless , more harm than good . But the young man who went to a far country was different in an important way . He knew what he was dome , or thought he knew . He wanted life , and he got K it , only it was the wrong sort If you in fact doing » r - Foreman had asked him at first why he was going away , he would have said , I want to live ) But he ended in a pig-pen . Thf Lost Arv All Around Men and women get lost today for the time reason . They look for life In the wronf place . Victims of narcotics , or of alcohol , wanted something more out of life than they had , and they thought drink or drugs would help them . Every patient in an alcoholic ward is missing somewhere , —...

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50 Years Agq [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

50 Years Agq This Week on Lancaster Farms 25 . Years Ago ( This Week In 1905 ) By JACK BEICHARD .. The largest field of corn on record in the United States if not in the world , was harvested on the farm of Jacob Adams , in Sac County , near Odebolt , Iowa according to a report in the St Paul Dispatch , 50 years ago this week . The amount of acreage planted was not given , but 105 men working 200 horses -and 37 corn cutters had shucked corn in the estimated amount of 300 000 bushels . ( Editor s Note : The Adams Ranch - was one of the largest spreads in the State where Corn v is , king . Its -thousands of acres were most unusual for Iowa , and its fame has been long lived . EJN ) . .-. What was believed to be the record price paid for a hen in this country « p ito 1906 , was a buff , Plymouth Rook hen-pur-chased by Drevenstedt & Hutchins , New York fanciers , af the Boston Poultry Show , for $ 750 , fifty years ago this week . . In the western section of the nation la Ge...

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