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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

16-16 , O . Kenneth McCracker ( Eugene Weaver ) , 750 White Mountains , 9-2 , to Walter B Lehman , 21 % ; 16-17 , Robert H Barr ( J Clayton Charles ) 570 Q White Vantress , 9-3 , to Victor F , Weaver , Inc ., 22 ; 16-18 , Norman Newcomer ( Arthur ) , 2700 Meatpackers , 9-6 , to Tilley s Poultry , 21 % ; 16-19 , Miller & Bushong ( H . Glenn Kauffman ) _, 3000 Red Vaatress , 9-1 , to Walter C Mellinger , 22 % , 16-20 , A . K . Earhart , 1300 White Vantress , 9 wks , to R J . Brendle , 22 % ; 16-21 , Wenger s ( Joe Deitz ) , 3000 Red Vantress , 10-2 , to Grimes & Hauei , 22 , 16-22 , Allen E . Moyer , 1000 Red Vantress . 10 wks , to C . F . Manbeck , Inc ., 22 % ; 16-23 , Allen E . Moyer , 1000 Red Vantress , 9 wks , to Thomas M . Bross , 22 ; 16-24 , Paul Metzler ( Richard Thompson-, 8400 White Vantress , 8-5 , ta Victor F . Weaver , Inc ., 22 % ; 16-25 , Earl L . Newcomer , 1600 Meatpackers , 9-6 , to Roy E . Ream , 22 ; 16-26 , Miller & Bushong , ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

The Weather Bureau s 30-day outlook with warmest weather along the Gulf for the period from mid-February to mid- ] Coast . ¦ \ March calls for temperatures to average Precipitation is expected to be subnorbelow normal in the western half of the mai in New England , the South Atlantic country , with greatest departures in the States , and the Southern Plains . In the Plateau Region . East of the Mississippi _Remainder of the nation above normal above normal _temperatures are predicted , amounts of rain and snow are indicated .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer s Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSN 39 E . Chertnut St ., Lancaster , Pa . Ph . Lane . 3-3921 _ixvry LEGUMES O _GRASSES Thai You Know Will Crou • HIGH in Purity • FAST Germination • LOW Weed Content Book Your * Now For Early Spring Delivery ! Be re » dv nnh thr _!«¦<•« vnu need whet _neathrr prrni ! l » planting . Call Torfa _? for Seed Prices _g _|| _& Lancaster County _\ Hr Farm Bureau Lane , Manbehn , New Holland , Quarryville Altmans Super-A Feeds are timed tested , scientifically balanced , vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in hree modern plants . Compare our prices Attention Farmers ! We have certified seeds oats . CLINTON $ 1 . 50 — GRAIG $ 1 . 65 — AJAX $ 1 . 65 Get Your Orders In Now ! TURKEY POULTS BB Bronze . .... 82 cents each 100 lots Beltsville ( USDA ) White .. 61 cents each 100 lots White Holland 80 cents each 100 lots Hen Poults ( all breeds ) $ 1 . 15 each Tom Poults ( all breeds ) 60 ce...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Ewerson Herd Tops Red Rose January Marks Prilly Wayne Bessie Homestead , aged cow in the registered Holstein herd of Job Stoltzfus , R 2 Elverson , topped the January records of the Red Rose Dairy Herd Improvement Association , producing 742 5 lbs of butterfat and 17 , 502 _lb of milk during the month . Levi S . Stotzfus , Rl Ronks , placed second with an aged cow , Maybrook Rag Apple Sarah , who produced 17 , 698 lbs of milk 730 lbs of butterfat . Topping the herds was that of Harry H . Ranck _, Rl Ronks , with 24 registered Holsteins producing 1 , 877 lbs of milk and 73 . 8 lbs butterfat in the period . Second place went to Elam B . Beiler , Rl Gordonville , with 28 registered and grade Holstems yielding 1 ,- 273 lbs of milk , 51 . 9 lbs butter ¬ fat . Placing in individual monthly butterfat production were : 1 , Dolly , a registered Holstein owned by Jacob R Hoover , R ; Gap , with 2 , 483 lbs malk and 126 6 lbs We have never discovered how to eat a lettuce quarter with a small f...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

It s The Law It s the Law with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Association . General interest questions are welcomed , and will be answered as soon as possible . . Letters must be signed . Answer will not be published on a specfied , requested day . Questions cannot be answered by mail , and LANCASTER FARMING wil reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest . Address all inquiries to Its the Law , LANCASTER FARMING Quarryville , Pa . Q A friend of mine owes the Federal Government for income tax . He received three warnings to pay but ignored them all Last pay day he was told by the paymaster that a Government agent had confiscated his whole pay and will continue to do so until the entire bill is paid . He works at a Government installation . I say this is illegal and would like your interpretation of the law as applied to both government and _private industry . R . S . A . The Government has the right to reach alm...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Market News [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Market News Live Poultry _Philadelphia Feb . 21 , ( USDA ) Market about steady . Demand good for about adequate supplies . Large Barred Rock Pullets 3035 c , White Rocks 31-33 c , Vantress Whites 28-29 c . Large White Rock Caponettes 28-30 c , few lots fancy Quality 31-32 c , ordinary Quality _~ 27 c , Hylines 28-29 c . White Rock Fryers 24-26 c , Hylines 23 , carried Cross Fryers 23-24 c without clearing . Turkeys unsettled . Demand fair for more than adequate supplies Few lots heavy type Young Hens 43-45 c , Young Toms 30 c . Receipts Feb . 20 included Maryland 444 lbs , Delaware 200 lbs . Wholesale seling prices No . 1 and fancy Quality Broilers or fryers heavy type 3-4 lbs 23-26 Pullets * 4 % lbs and over 2 _> 35 Hens , heavy type , 26-30 light type 16-21 Old Roosters 12-13 . Ducks Muscovy 20-25 . TurkeysVoung Hens 4345 , Young Toms 30 . TCGGS Philadelphia , Feb 21 ( USDA ) Market about steady . Increased supplies were more than sufficient to meet the fair demand . Wh...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Study of Trench Silo Construction [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Study of Trench Silo Construction Around 40 Lancaster County farmers and Future _farmers of America attended each of two Friday demonstrations on the practical use of trench silos . Here is shown a general view from the south end of the 8-by-78-foot north-south silo on the Harry Griffith farm operated by Robert C . Groff north of Quarryville . stop No . 1 on the tour . Concrete walls taper outward , allowing a 14-foot width at the top . About 10 feet high , this will hold around 180 to 200 tons of silage , which Mr . Groff usesto feed 50 head of Holsteins . ( See story in this issue ) . ( Lancaster Farming Staff Photo ) .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

YOUR INVITATION TO L . H . BRUBAKER S ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE AND MOTION PICTURE PROGRAM to be held at our Lancaster Store on Rt . 896 between Strasburg and Lincoln Highway March 1 st Commencing at and 2 nd 7 : 30 P . M . Thursday , March 1 st at 1 30 PM There will be an electric cooking demonstration by PP&L Home Service Dept . REFRESHMENTS — DOOR PRIZES . ETC . - Keystone Leghorns STRAIN CROSS > Notice the alert , aggressive appearance of our young breeding stock * BETTER CHICK UVEABILITY * EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE * CHALK WHITE EGGS * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION + LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania Pullorum - i - U . S . Approved Typhoid Clean WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS TN YOUR AREA Poultry r _* - Breeding _F Si III Keystone 43 Old Mill Road EPHRATA PHONES : Hatchery ! 3 7611 - Farm 3-6179

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

LOOKING FOR RESULTS ? Try WIRTHMORE Chick Starter Complete Here s an economical feed that is especially well suited for starting replacement chicks . It is high in quality proteins and contains the vitamins and other factors known to be needed for early chick growth and health . this dependable ration . Available You 11 save money with in mash , pellets and crumbles — with medication against coccidiosis . Why not try it and check the results for yourself ? WIRTHMORE FEEDS LeROY M . SENSENIG CLEM E . HOOBER Hinkletown Ph . EphraU 3-2009 Intercourse Ph . 3-3431 GLENN H . HERR H 1 ESTAND . INC € ] _& _£ _& / _Manheim RD 1 , Ph . _Landuviile 3547 Marietta _Ph-6-9301

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

TRENCH SILOS There was a day when corn headed straight for the crib or shock , when hay went straight to the mow or stack and grass grew only for pasture feed . But today efficiency has changed the picture . Trench silos have come into increasing importance . Interest has gained tremendously . - Just the other day . when the weather was almost as miserable as could be , a couple score turned out at the Harry Griffith farm — _operated by Bob Groff — down in southern Lancaster County to see and hear what opportunities a trench silo offers . ¦ Lancaster County farms are limited acreage-wise . Every acre must produce to the utmost , but Bob has harvested a couple hundred tons of feeds from nine acres of sorghum-sudan-soybean combinations . He sought to cut his cost of producing milk , to cut the expensive process of buying hay to carry his Holsteins through the winter . Out west and down south farmers turned to trench silos and bunker silos three , four , five years ago , when continued...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
50 Years Ago This Week on Lancaster Farms [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

50 Years Ago This Week on Lancaster Farms 25 Years Ago ( This Week In 1905 ) By JACK REICHARD Tax Guns , Legalized Fist Fights Suggested The nation s tax structure was as hard . to fix m 1906 as iri 1956 Recommendations of all kinds were submitted for consideration , 50 years ago . One tax-minded citizen , in 1906 , favored the-im-position of a heavy federal tax on all firearms in the country , pointing out that Americans no onger were compelled to shoot wild life in order to live , or go about armed to protect their lives and property . A $ 20 tax was suggested on all guns and _wstols , which he claimed would lot only produce needed revenue , but also reduce annual inten- ; _ional and accidental homicides 50 per cent . The defender of tax > n firearms said : Tax the guns _iut of existence , and legalize fist ights for the settlement of perional difficulties . Tree Stump Removal . A * Major Problem A major problem of farmers , 50 years ago , was the removal of tree stumps...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Blue Ball Dwelling Sells - _? For $ 16 , 500 ; Clock $ 390 _> IGeorge Dosch ,-Rl East Earl purchased the home offered _bj the estate of Emma M . Burk holder at Blue- Ball for $ 16 , 50 ( in public sale . The double bncl building has a four-car garage and-a Jot 96 by 480 feet . Execu ttors of the estate were David H , Martin and Henry H . Roover . Fifty shares of Blue Ball National Bank stock sold from $ 115 ito $ 118 per share , selling in blocks of five ; a grandfather s clock went at $ 290 and a set of six old-fashioned chairs $ 46 . 50 . Auctioneers were Paul Z . Martin and Frank L . Steller . Engle Cow Top $ 342 . 50 [ n Nickel Mines Sale A top of $ 342 . 50 on cows and P 167 . 50 on heifers was scored in the public sale held Monday jy Aaron Engle , near Gap on he Nickel Mines Road . Leroy Zook , Atglen auctioneer , _tlso sold one tractor at $ 500 , mother at $ 405 ; cow clippers $ 27 , iultivator $ 150 , grain drill $ 237 ind a hay drier $ 140 . Tractors Bring $ 1 , ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Faithful in Little Lesson for February 28 , * 95 _> [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Faithful in Little Lesson for February 28 , * 95 _> tpVERYBODY has some kind of a chance in . this world . W _« all sometimes think we would do better if we had the same chance th * next man has ; but ceiving ourselves _, story about three whom had the very same chance . Each was given we may be deJesus tells a men each of the same sum ol money , and told to make what he could out of it . One man increased the money ten times ; one multiplied it by five ; but the third Dr . Foreman man did not even try . What if h « had tried Considering the sort ot man he was , a pessimist and a self-confessed coward , it can be doubted whether he would have been able to do as well as the other two did . At any rate , Jesus calls our attention first of all tc the fact that even if everybodj liad an equal chance , not everybody would do equally well with it . Qifts of God We call persons gifted when they have some remarkable talent or ability . When we say this , we mean , or we ought to ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Mr . Griffith pointed out that dirt mounds around the trench silo which runs north and south , opening to the south , divert rainwater , preventing erosion and spoilage Dimensions of the trench silo are 78 by eight feet at the bottom , 78 by 14 at the top . When filled 10 feet high , and well crowned , it holds an estimated 180 to 200 tons . So far , in the first year , success has been proved , with only two or three inches of spoilage . Sixteen / on of sand , 24 tons of stone , and _^ 114 bags of cement went into construction of this trench silo , at a total cost of $ 753 50Breakdown of Costs Some dynamite was necessary to break up rock formations on the slope where construction was made Digging cost $ 160 , blade work __ $ 82 50 and labor approximately $ 270 , figured at $ 1 per hour . The first side was erected in one day , the second side was erected on a less steady basis , but was completed in 2 Vz days by three men . You should figure digging costs at approximately $ 1 per t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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