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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Cattle Off , JHogs Lower ; Sheep Gain By David S . Lorenson , Reporter USDA Market News Bureau Lancaster , Feb 9—( Wednesday lo Wednesday _~ Review ) CATTLE . 2540 , week ago 3050 : Local receipts were reduced from a week ago but the 12 imajor western markets opened the week with about 15 , 000 more cattle than the pnvious week As trading began buyers were already complaining of . heavy stocks of carcass beef and the dressed beef trade opened the week draggy with a sharply lower trend . Slaughter steers on the local market were in for trouble pricewise fiom the very start and prices worsened as trading progressed By Wednesday slaughter steers , high Choice and Prime 1150 lbs and lighter were 25-50 c lower , others 75 c-l 00 lower than late last week Particularly hard to find were ( buyers for 1250-1450 lb good and choice grades . Although heifers were scarce they shared at least part ol the decline m a trade that was weak to 50 c lower . About _,, the only bright spot in this week s...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Market News [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Market News Lancaster Poultry Exchange ( Rohrerstown ) ( Sales Report Sale # 122 , Thursday , Feb 2 1956 )—Demand continued strong Thursday with 86 , 700 ( broilers listed , offerd and sold at the poultry auction here . Thirty-two lots were on the market , of which 74 , 375 head were broilers selling from 22 % to 25 A cents per lb . Topping the market waa Martin H Weaver , R 3 Ephrata , with 3100 Red Vantress selling at 25 % to Roy E Ream . New Holland Two lots of Barred Crosses sold at 22 % , and all broilers averaged 24 50 Three lots , totaling 11 , 700 capettes . sold at 24 % , and two lots of heavy fowl , 625 head , sold from 27 % to 30 % / For the _corresponding day a year ago , Thursday , Feb 3 , 1955 , there were 25 lots , a total of 91 , 250 birds offered , 18 lots of 70 , 850 selling from 26 % to 27 % , averaging 26 98 Sales By Lots Here are sales by lot number , seller and grower , amount and breed , age by weeks and days , buyers and price . Lot 2-1 Wengei s ( Dan Lehman ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Broilers Off 2 Cents , Average GD 18 P . BROILERS OFF 2 c Lancaster Poultry _Exicfhange ( Rohreratown ) ( Sales ReportSaile # 123 , Tuesday , Feb . 7 , 1956 ) —( Broiler prices declined alboul itiwio cents Tuesday with 34 ; 85 fl ibkids sold in nine lots . Eleven Hots totaling 46 . 250 Were listed , 10 lots of 43 , 250 sold . Prices ranged , from 22 % to 24- cents , averaging 22 . 85 . On f jhe corresponding . day a year ago , 11 lots totaling 39 , 550 birds were offered and sold in a price range _^ of 25 % to 28 , averaging 26 . 6 _^ IHere axe Tuesday , sales by seller and grower , amount and breed , age _, by weeks , and days , buyer . Lot T-l _, Miller & Bushong , ( James Buoher ) 6200 White Vantress , _^ 9-6 , * to Producers Coop Exc- 22 * 4 ; 7-2 through-7-4 , sold by Miller & Bushong , grown by Harold • _Stlansfield : 7-2 , 5900 White Vantress , 9-1 . to Mandata Poultry . 23 ; 7-3 , 2950 Meafcpackers , 9-1 , to Victor F . Weaver , toe , 22 A ; 7-4 , 290...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

GRAHAM CONVERTS RED . READING , England — Charlie Potter , 44-year-old Communist party organizer , went with a friend to hear Billy Graham , famous evanglist , ] ust t © see what it was all about Now , Potter says he has rejected his Marxist beliefs , thrown up his job and started a new life as a Christian evangelist , giving Graham credit for his conversion . I shall travel around trying to show people that . Christianity is the answer to Communism , he said . Admiral Yarnell , now 80 , cautions on _noMear war .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Reader . 83 , Wife Wed 54 Years Ago Mr . and Mis Joseph Cramer of Pequea celebrated their 54 th wedding anniversary Feb- 5 . Mrs . Cramer , the former Mary Elizabeth Douts , is now 75 years young . Mr . Cramer , 83 , and his wife are both in good health . According to Mrs- Harold Herr , Pequea , a daughter , there t are six children , 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildrenHe is a reader of Lancaster Farming and still works half a day , Mrs Herr reports .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

West Willow Farmers Association Custom Grinding and Mixing _W-W-F Poultry Feeds _Ultra-Lifed Formulas West Willow , Pa . Phone Lancaster 45019 _Altmans Super-A Feeds are timed-tested , scientifically balanced , vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in three modern plants . Compare our prices . Fine Chick 4 40 B . Starter 410 Grower 4 00 ( Broiler Ration , 4 . 65 Blue Bird All Mash 3 . 60 20 % Quality Egg Mash 3 90 Quality Pellets 4 05 Yeast Egg Mash 430 13 varieties of baby clucks Medium Scratch 3 90 Horse Feed 3 60 Special Ohop . 3 05 Corn . . 310 Bran 3 20 16 % Blue Bird Dairy 2 60 20 % Blue Bird Dairy 280 Hog Seed . 3 . 50 for sale . Store Hours : Mon . thru Friday 8 to 5 30—Sat 8 to 5 ALTMANS CASH FEED STORE I WILLIS H . WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Ave . Phone Lane . 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10 c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE 7 BIG EXTRAS Make The Difference FARM BUREAU Energized STARTING & GROWING MASH ( Pellets , too ) Skyr...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

FARMERS _SYour are invited to a MOTION PICTURE and DISCUSSION MEETING on ANHYDROUS AMMONIA AT L H . Brubaker Store 1 Mi . Southwest of Lititz on R . 772 7 : 30 P . M . Mon . Feb . 13 th Participating in I he meeting will be the _Mathieson Che _nucal Co . [ showing the picture ] and Huty bloat , repotting on tests conducted in _Lancisler Coufoty . ! eghorns Keystone STRAIN CROSS Notice the alert , aggressive appearance of our young breeding stock * BETTER CHICK LIVEABILITY * EARLY LARGE EG 6 SIZE * CHALK WHITE EGGS * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION * LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY U . S . Approved Pennsylvania Pullorum-Typhoid Clean WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IN YOUR AREA Poultry I * _^ Breeding £ 2 X 1 X EPHRATA . PA . Keystone 43 Old Mill Road PHONES : Hatchery 37611 - Farm 3-6179 1

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Top $ 140 in Hampshire Bred Gilts [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Top $ 140 in Hampshire Bred Gilts Farm Calendar A top of $ 140 was scored m the sale of 35 Hampshires bred gilts at the Stauffer Homestead Farm , Rl East Earl this week , with an average of $ 70 . Weather conditions curtailed the crowd , which was limited to less than 50 , from Lancaster Berks , Lebanon and Chester counties . Purchaser of the top gilt was Roy W- _Sliurr , _Birdsboro , for Homestead Roxann 2 nd , farrowed Feb 1 , 1955 , bred Oct . 7 to Stauffer s Masterpiece . HoBart Farlmg , Findlay , Ohio , was auctioneer , assisted in the ring by fieldmen , Bill Miller of the Hampshire Swine Registry and the Hampshire Herdsman . Ethel Good was clerk . FEBRUARY Feb . 1-29 -. Dairy Farming Short Course , Pennsylvania U . _, Feb 1-29 - Livestock Fanning Short Course . Pennsylvania U . Feb . 2 — Society of Farm Women * 2 , home of Mrs . _Jos-eph Best , R 2 , Kirkwood . Feb . 11 — Farm Society 7 , Leacoek Presbyterian Church social rooms . Feb . 7 - Board of Directors Meeting , Lancast...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

_xveuuciiuii or 25 Per Cent Corn Is Asked -WASHINGTON — The United States Department of Agriculture has requested a 25 per cent reduction in corn planting acreage this year in a designated commercial Corn Belt . There were 29 Pennsylvania counties in the commercial belt last year , 30 this year , and acreage alloted this year was 693 ,- 062 and last year 811 , 954 . Additional _surplus supplies would be avoided by this reduction , the USDA advises , in line With the sharp reduction in livestock market values , over-ex-fiansion and over-production-en-couraged by cheap feed . For the 840 counties of the United States in the designated area , 43 , 280 , 543 acres have been alloted in 23 states . Last year the allotment was 49 , 842 , 697 acres in 805 counties of 21 states MARCH March 5-9 - _ Feed Dealers and Millers Stoort Course , Pennylvania U-

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

_rreuipiituioii jrasr ot _liaysf _-mgc _^ _rer r arming , Fr I i .,.... : — ¦ 1 This chart shows the general nature of heavy , and the precipitation amounts which the total precipitation which fell during the _v determine these . classes are obtained from preceding 30 days . Precipitation is express- an analysis of many years of record at many ed in three classes : light , moderate , and stations .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

ONE WAY TO DO IT . BARKING , England — Becoming tired of the slovenly speech of his students , the headmaster of a school here decided to do something about it . He bought a tape recorder for the school , gets- his pupils to record their voices-and then plays back recordings to prove how slovenly some speak .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

_SNADER- FARM- SALE Horse collars sold from $ 2 25 to $ 10 each , highlighting the pub lie _auction conducted by J . Raymond Snader between Denver and Stevens in West Cocalico Township Saturday- Three hundred Leghorn laying hens brought 15 % cents a pound , straw $ 2529 , hay $ 32 .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

LOANS For-any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer s Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSN 39 E . Chestnut St Lancaster , Pa . Ph . Unc . 3-3921 SAVES TIME EASILY APPLIED SAVES LABOR NO LIFTING 82 % NITROGEN Increase your yields and your Protein content with Fail or Spring Application of Mathieson N-82 L . H . BRUBAKER LANCASTER RD 4 _, LITITZ RD 4 2 Stores To Serve Yon ~ _MATHIESON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

To *™ PRICED < _$ m o mg CHAIN SAW i _$ > • the OMG is light yet power- \ t # ia ful Every ounce \ f \ _vs of saw is working \ - for you You pay for power and get it ! • the QMQ Is completely automatic—tranamitsion , clutch , _chavn oild , starter I • the OMG is MALL made from stem to stern—your assurance of the highest quality and finest _oijinccred chain saw manufactured » ee this modern miracle of the _ch am m _» age today—the OMG . Come in and give it a trial run ! Snavely s Farm Service NEW HOLLAND PHONE 4-2214

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

THANKS , MR . BENSON In the Chicago Stock Yards the other day , a Lanark , 111 . farmer told Secretary of Agriculture Benson , Thanks for trying to do a good job . When asked by the Secretary if he would care to change jobs with hinr , Bernard Crofton answered Even with these low farm prices , I wouldnt change my job for yours . Improvement in hog prices — which was also included m the conversation between Mr . Benson and Mr . Crofton — has been one of the most encouraging news notes in recent weeks . The Secretary promised something would be done to narrow the spread between the pork producer and the consumer , a spread that is now too wide considering the farmers rising expenses and low income . Meanwhile , the White House has refused to furnish price supports for hogs . It would mean production controls , no practical means has been offered on -how the job could be done , other proposals will be presented for consideration , the White House added . Pork processors were told to ke...

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