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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Hot? Cold? Take Your Choice in November Range Wide -swings in _weaitlher were noted tfhrougin'out Lan'rar.ter Co ur. 'ty this week, wath warm wea't'her, cool weather, damp weaiiher and drv _wea*ih.i er. 'Matter of fact, the ifherm'omater tu'irlhaled to a How of 24 ait the «_ud ¦point Jast week, _#ie_>n bounced up il'o 70 on Sunday, ifihe wannest on record for itlhat date Ti"jere has been frost, a touch of snow, but moitihing quite like tf'he 78 degrees in Nov 1929. Add to 'the wi'de variety of weather a bit of fog Wednesday morning. 'Same ibuds Ithcughit it was spring again, but 'as a nile fro t ihas _quendhed the blush of _iblooms Greider Flock Wins Title in Laying Contest Greider Leghorn Farm, Mount Joy, today holds two of three top ratings at _^ the end of the first month of the _Pennsylvania Egg Laying Contest. At the end of October, one pen was first, another third, in the Pennsylvania ranking, and the flock is currently third in the New Jersey Egs Laying Contest...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

m Lancaster County Turkey Processing _^ext-Thursdajjis Thanksgiving, and this photo _mteht well be most typical of Lancaster _b ounty's role in filling .the . _a bundant . _ioardt Here _i.tk_.e poultry industr_^'ia tops,-such as the _packing" scene above taken _^rt _' the _Esbenshads Farm ne ar .Paradise. — (Photo by Giant Heilman, Lititz, -Pa.) - „ - , ,

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

, _Marked News - LANCAST1M LIVESTOCK MARKET By David. S. Loeenson, Reporter ( USDA Market News Bureau LANCASTER Wednesday to Wednesday Review J CATTLE Three days 4,447 week ago 5,316, Compared with lfest Wednesday average choice rind prime slaughter steers 1200 lbs and lighter mostly steady; good and low choice shortfod steeis slow aiound 25c lower, choice and yiJKio over 1200 lbs _sjow, weak Heifers scarce, steady. _fows about steady, bulls weak to 50c lower Supply comprised around 60 pei cent stockers and feeders and nearly 10 per cent cows Stockers and feeders around 50c lower, best action on weights around 800 lbs and lighter Bulk choice fed steers $20 50 to $22 50, load 1150 lb _lugh choice to low _jJrime $22 75, part load 991-lb _tfnme steers $23 00 Load 1375-lb Srime steers :>22 00 Several lots 1400 to 1500_J1) choice and prime steers $20 00 to $2100. Good steers mainlj $18 00 to $20 00, a few lots and loads 1000 to 1100-lb good grass steers $18 00 to §18 25 Thre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

TURKEYS PHILADELPHiA_ Nov 16 — Turkey market report (cents per lb for grade A. & U S grade A) DRESSED- Ice packed steady Prices moved /a to lc higher on most sizes Tj jding volume* continued light as mild-rainy weather prevailed Ample supplies were available for the fair current demand and the anticipated improved new tuture "demand FRYERS-ROASTER 6-10 lb 39-40, young 'hens iO-14 lb 4142, 14-16 lb 40-41, young toms 16-20 _Ib 35-36, 20-22 lb 34-34_^, 22-24 lb 33_V234, 24-26 lb 34-35, 26 lb & up 35-36 FROZEN (AN,D FRESH) Ready-to-cook Unsettled Current demand only fa..r with _offerings liberal Buyers for large retail outlets were negotiating for iuture deliveries and selling competition was keen-FRYERS-ROASTERS 4-8,1b 51-Mi-54, 8-10 lb 49 _^ -52%, 10-14 lb 48V2-51, young hens 8-10 lb 52=53, 10-14 lb 52-55, 14-16 lb 53-56, young toms 14-16 lbs 47-50, 16-18 lb 46-49, 18-20 lb 45-48, 20-22 lb 43-46, 22-24 lb 43-46, 24-26 lb 44-47, 26-28 lb 47-00, 28 lb & up 50-C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Turkeys Withdrawn In Nov. 10 Auction Although the traditional Thanksgiving turkey day was but two weeks away, three lots of 3,100 _turkey in the 4,625 offering were withdrawn in last Thursday's auction at the Lancaster Poultry _Exchiinge. \ A top price of 30M. cents did not meet the satisfaction of several producers, and they withdrew their oftermgs Range of prices was from 24-U to 30%. A bid of 31 ft was made on 300 White Toms offered by I H. Herr, but no sale wa3 completed. Clyde Herr ""sold 475 broadbreasted Bronze turkeys at 30_& to Meaders Poultry I. H. Herr sold 900 broadbrpasted _Brnnzfis to Producers Cooperative Ex change at 30 cents-Broilers, totaling 133,710 head, sold from 20 1o 24% cents a lb, _vith 275 white Vantress caponettes consigned by Leon W. Hess selling to John N. Thomas at 24Vi. Ray _Gibble, RD Columbia, bought 300 _Indian River crosses, 11 weeks old, lrom Allen Kauffman, Bird-in-Hand, at 24 cents. Turkeys continued in E'hort demard at the Lancas _t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Her Happiest Day? To 17-year-old Phyllis Buss RD 2, Easton, Northampton County, winning grand championship over all breeds at the Southeast District 4-H Club Baby Beef Show at Lancaster, provided the happiest day ever "Butchie" triumphed in what officials described as an unusually strong Angus division, " and sold for $106 a pound to the Reading Terminal Market, Philadelphia. Weighing in at 1,190 lbs, he grossed $1,26140 — (Lancaster Farming Photo). "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

LIVE POULTRY ' PHILADELPHIA Nov 16 — Market unsettled Supplies of most classes were m excess oi the lighter but very selective demand Pullets were mostly unsold Barred rock pullets ' 30-32c, White Rocks and Indian Rivers 28-29c, few lot 30c, reds 28c Caponettes failed to clear Large White Rocks 2o-28c, few lots 30c, small sizes 42c No 2 qual 20-22c Cross fryers in fair demand at 4c, White Rocks 22-23c, few lots higher carried 21-21%c, Vantress Reds 23-23 ! i, few lots 24c. Turkey ' demand li&ht for more than ample supplies Heavy type largely young hens 41 43c, small sizes 43-45c young toms large sizes 27-30 Small sizes 35-3Bc without clearing Small type young hens carried 40c, young, toms 35-36c with bulk unso'd Receipts Nov 15 included Md 16,100 lbs, Del 19,010 lbs, Va. 11,577 lbs Wholesale selling prices No 1 and fancy qual Broilers or fryeis 3-4 lbs 21-24. Pullets 4_V2 lbs and over 28-32 Hens heavy type 18-24 light type 16-20. Ducks: Muscovy 20-26 Peking 28-30 Turke...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Average of 1S>_£ Cents Made ft Rohrerstown In Nov .'} s poultry _auctlbn at _Rohrerstevn, 14 buyers bought 151,235 birds at an average ol 18" j cents. Range ot prices was 15 to 19 Vi cents, with tour lots scoring top price Other sales lecorded included 7,100 capohettes 19C<^1 cents a _pounfa, 875 leghorn iowls 16 )4 © 17, and 200 yearling hens 20% cents

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Ask About This NEW High Ego _Producer.' th (% Pullets $17.00 Per 100 Farm Bureau _LEGHORN Strain Cross—55 Farm Bureau Dillerville Rd., - Lane. _^_. BR ANCHES: _,«?(^VM a nl11 .i m . N.u> _Hnllanrl _^_HT Quarryville

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

igation Might Easily Double ited States Crop Production regressive rise in soil producer has been brought about by: 1) _Mechanisation; (2) Hybrid i; -(3) Chemical Fertilizer; Sprinkler irrigation_, ome of the farmers caught in current cost-price squeeze are hng their own ways to mjse 'profits by lowering unit ts, Dr. Gciald G- Williams, il recently an agronomist at ¦due University, points out. _s latest wnnkle, he says, is inkier irrigation These farmers, like their lers who traded horses for tors, created ' revolutions in ning. They befuddle efforts to ftrol production by cutting gage and upset _Malthusian [dictions of _i starving world. • Now Making Own Rain i First it was mechanization. n, a couple of decades ago discovered hybrid seed_, m around J940 consumption chemical fe>"tilizers climbed rard with tarm income and the past four years fertilizer has continued to climb de-;e the decline in total farm ime. ow, these production-minded ners are making their own i. -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Circulation Director Robert J- Wiggins Robert J. Wiggins, Quarryville, has joined Lancaster Farming as circulation director, it was announced today by the new Lancaster C6_unty farm weekly. Bob, a native of Lancaster County,, is a con of Mrs Morton R. (Alma C.) Bowman and the late Arthur _Wjggms He was born in Refton, and has lived in that neighborhood as well as on a Drumore _Towuship farm for two years, before moving into Qarryvile-He was graduated from Southern Lancaster County Joint Community High School in Quarryville in 1954, and since his days as a Freshman has been well known in the County as a com¬ mercial photographer. During high school, he held the unusual record of being vice president of his Freshman class and president of his Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes- In that time and since, many of his photographs have appeared m the High School yearbook and in dedicatory booklets, for elementary schools throughout townships in the Southern End. Since graduation h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Lancaster County Scores High in Timonium Show (Continued from page one) Iliori's _^hare of awards in Aberdeen Angus buM classes at _Dhe Eastern National Livestock Exiposition here Wednesday Grand idhamipion Angus bull was Ankonians 32129tlh shown iomitly by Ankony and Hiolmlby 'Farms, and reserve bull _dhamipions(hiip went to Ankony Farms and Mdilarden Farms of Anoville, Pa.' In females grand champion was Blue Blood Lady of Ratty, shown by _Heckmeire's Highlands Valencia, Pa Reserve _grdnd _dbamlpior fema'le was shown ''by KmloCh Farms, Supply, Va When final Shorthorn results were tallied, _tfhree of the four top _positions went to tlhe consistent winners, Mathers Bros, of Mason City, 111, wlhose LeveMiale Cmti'c—a well known winner—/tapped the bulls as grand champion Reserve was another _Makers entry and Grand _ttennpiom heifer also came from the Illinois firm, Leveldale Augusta Lass, whole B Hollis Hanson of Conmersviffle, Ind , scored reserve grand dhamiplonsihiiip in 'heif...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

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