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Hunters , 50 , 000 Strong , Wilt Shoot in State Duck Season [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Hunters , 50 , 000 Strong , Wilt Shoot in State Duck Season Last year s _fecord indicates 50 / 00 b or more sportsmen will m \ ajde likely water areas in and bounding Pennsylvania in pursuit _oilwaterfowl during the so-called ditck season of 1955 Some hunters will crouch in blinds or man specially built , concealed boats in _svait for the birds to come to their decoys Others . lacking the _sainoflage ideh-out or expensive _* ear , wil slip along stream banks and around marshes , on the _aleit for jmp shooting opportunities A few will hide in brush or fields at strategic points on flight lahes , for pass sohotmg The Game Commission points ot that a large population of ducks rn Canada does not necessarily indicate the extentto which the _ird swill provide sport for shootusin this state dverse conditions — such as-claef weather and low watennthe 1 streams and marshes water in streams and marses — will cause many lrds that would bave stopped to- continue in flight Duck Hunter s Prayer T...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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In Salesmanship ( Men Prefer Men , • MMH Dealers Advised [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

In Salesmanship ( Men Prefer Men , • MMH Dealers Advised We continue to forget tht spiritual side of man , and a _salesman should be a salesMAN This is the philosophy Jefl Coates , director of sales training ai New Holland Machine Co , ex pressed 1 na speech before the _Lancaster County Farm Equip ment Dealers association Rhoads ( Spanish Tavern _Quarryville _,. was the * site of i-he meeting that brought a dinner crowd of 55 [ _Friday night j Among influences in selling , M r , Coates told , _are the belief we ir _^ e in a moral universe , that the laws of God do not cease with the laws of _Nature , that there is a God who has created the universe and governs it . | There s a iallacy in being likbd and not rcpected ; there s a fallacy m price cutting , the sales _director warned , and the farmer poes a better job of buying sometimes than we do in selling . The farm _equipment industry b concerned about price cutting , knd _* the profit margin remains ilint . The manufacturer is no ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Vaccination and Isolation Control Erysipelas Best [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Vaccination and Isolation Control Erysipelas Best SWINE ERYSIPELAS A combination isolation and vaccination progiam offeis the besi contiol foi swine _eiysipelas , one of the moat serious diseases in the United States , according to a suggestion f < n farmers issued _todey by the American Foundation for Animal Health The Foundation recommends isolation of all newly purchased swine for a _penod of three weeks , during which time they should be observed clo 0 ely for signs of the disease May Appear Healthy Erysipelas is _similai to many Pther diseases in that it is spiead by carriers — that is — animals that appear to be healthy but _actually aie fnfected Farmers who do not raise their own pigs should buy feeder animals and breeding stock only from herds which are known to be disease fiee _, the Foundation says Gilts and sows should be prop ¬ erly vaccinated before breeding time in aieas vvheie erysipelas has occurred earlier Little pigs should be vaccinated at six tc e _« g...

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Consumers Do Not Know Beef Grades [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Consumers Do Not Know Beef Grades COLUMBIA . Mo — Do people know what grade of beef they are buying when they select their rib roast and rib steaks and what the characteristics of the diiterent grades are Apparently , they do not according to a preliminaiy survey made by the agricultural economics and animal husbandly departments at the University of Missouri - Data for the s , tudy was collected from a sample of 92 consumers ir Columbia who picked beef cuts or nb steaks roasts from a disp _^ y The majority of consumers taking part in the study chose lower grades of rib steaks and rib roasts Most steak buyers chose commeicial grade . For i oasts , most consumers tended to pick the three lower grades of roasts over Prime with a slight perfererice for Commercial over Good ¦ md Choice grades _* i Amount of fat , color , and maibhng weie the things most frequently mentioned by the cooperators as the leason for selecting a paiticular steak Amounts ol fat , color , size of cut , and rrcrb...

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State Seed Bans Four Noxious Weeds [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

State Seed Bans Four Noxious Weeds Fewer bad weeds should be showing up in the futme in home lawns and in cntai nfarm crops due to action iaken by Dr William L Heniiing , Pennsylvania Secretary of Agneultuie He issued a pioclamation ( adding four more to the list of noxious weeds , the seeds of which cTe forbidden except in very small quantities in agricultural , lawn and _gaiden seeds offeied for sale in Pennsylvania The four added weed seeds Buckhorn p { antam > which may appear in clover and lawn grass seeds , bedstraw , which kills out tirdsfoot trefoil , a forage crop , corncockle , ttie black seeds that may appear in wheat , barley and oats , also wild mustaid , which shows up mostly m oats Up to this time , five noxious weeds seeds have been listed by the department — dodder , horse nettle , wild garlic , wild onion and perennial howthistle Restuctions will continue on each of these , plus-the four recently added All nine weeds are held objectionable by _interferin...

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Brief Glory—at $ 6 , 686 . 50 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Brief Glory—at $ 6 , 686 . 50 BRIEF GLORY—Eitel Mere II , Grand Champion Steer of the American Royal Livestock and Horse Show , Kansas City , Mo _, is bid goodby by owner Kenneth Eitel , left The Black Angus was auctioned to wholesaler Eddie Williams , right . Jud Putsch , center will feature Eitel Mere on his restaurant menu , once the champ is transformed into steaks and roasts . At $ 6 2 ? , a pound , the animal brought a juicy $ 6686 . 50 .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

FURNACE OIL By using TEXACO FURNACE OIL you can always Count On A Warm Home CALL US FOR QUICK SERVICE Garber Oil Company MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 PENNA Herr s Implement Store Ph . Lane . 3 8311 West Willow , Pa . i Full Line Case Tractors and Farm Machines ALLIED LINES OF S Rotaty Water Pumps H Air Compressors # Garden Tractors 41 Power Lawn Mowers $ Garden & Lawn Supplies _Q Insecticides & . Sprays 10 Electric Fences £ Barn Equipment 0 Barn Cleaners £ Silo Unloaders 0 Hay Curing Systems # Dahy & . Poultry Ventilation # Chain Saws 0 Fertilizer Spreaders General Line of Farm Hardware And ToolsCoummunity Serving The For 26 Years

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State Angus Set New Records in Lancaster Sale [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

State Angus Set New Records in Lancaster Sale Records tumbled in the 15 th Annual Keystone Angus Show and Sale at the Guernsey _§ ale Pavilion east ot Lancaster Saturday , Oct . 22 A top ot $ 5 , 800 set a new mark for Angus consignment sales in Pennsylvania . Totaling $ 40 , 795 , the 48 lots averaged $ 849 with four bulls scoring an average of $ 1 , 682 , and 44 females figuring $ 775 . Setting the $ 5 , 800 record top was lot 9 , Erica Eileen GRA _, consigned by George R . Atterury s Boudinot Farms , Chester Springs , Pa ., selling to J . Andrew Farns ot Crossway Farms , Cwynedd Valley , Pa . Calved June 24 , 1953 , she was reserve junior champion in the 1954 Reading Fair , reserve senior champion at the 1955 Kent and Sussex Fair , Harrington , Del . She sold bred to Eileenmere GRA 1604 th , who was junior champion and reserve grand cnampion at the 1955 Kent and Sussex Fair . Champion Bull $ 3 , 650 Lee Leachman , ot _An&ony _Fanns , Dutchess County , _™ Y .. judged t...

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Flying Farmers Include Several in This County [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Flying Farmers Include Several in This County Southeastern Pennsylvania is well represented in the roster of officials and directors on the Pennsylvania Flying Farmers board . In fact , Lancaster , Chester , Bucks and Berks counties all have members and play a large part in the group . Serving on the board of directors from Peach Bottom is David Huber L . L Logan oi nearby Mrs . Logan a director Chester county is > vice-president , What Is A Flying Farmer Mr . Logan ha _^ , piovided LANCASTER FAR ¥ iING with a general report on activities of the as-sociation-Some may wonder what a flying farmer really means * He is one that may be engaged in any o _° the many phases of agnclture , who flies , either as part ol his agricultural program or as a hobby More often the plane has proved an essential piece of farm equipment Members must hold a pilot s license and the greater share of their income must be from agriculture Not all own aircraft , but many Pennsylvania members do , a...

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New Angus Herds Total 2 r 559 for Jear to Sept . 30 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

New Angus Herds Total 2 r 559 for Jear to Sept . 30 The Aberdeen-Angus breed maintained a rapid pace in purebred beef cattle expansion durm _£ the 1 months to Sept . 30 by founding 2 , 559 new registered herds . This is almost twice the number reported by any other beef breed as based on new breeders m joining national -national registry organizations in 1955 r _~ The American AberdeenAngus Breeders Association con cattle registry groups with a tmues to lead all other beef membershipof 30 , 591 _breeders at the close of its fiscal year Sept 30 , 1955 . More registered Angus were transferred to new owners during the past 12 months than m any similar period of breed expansion . There were 147 , 631 purebieds transferred in 1955 , a total of 10 , 259 _more-than were sold in 1954 . Registrations of purebred calves were second highest in the association s history with 186 , 316 Angus entered m the American Herd Book . This number was surpassed in 1954 when changes in the age divisions of...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

th Bros ., Inc Wolge RiM FOR POULTRY & LIVESTOCK Pennsylvania Phones : Mount Joy 3-9551 & 3-8311 Prone : Quarryville 378 Lancaster 4-3047 _means « _-,. — . -s _^ H .. M . ]\ _awZZ ~ _- _~~~ _3 ~ . it , t Quarryville , Pa WHATS NEWS ? Give LANCASTER FARMING a call - or drop news to report a us a letter - if you have farming sale coming up , if you schedule a coming event Our columns are for you . Please sign all items

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

HEW FORD * TRACTORS We re now showing the all new lme of Ford Tractors ... 2 or 3-plow power in tricycle or 4-wheel models . Come in and look em over . Convenient , easy terms . Conestoga Farm Service Quarryville , Pa . Phone 282 Order Your Chicks Now From MUSSERS Musser Leghorns For Eggs Donegal Heavy White Crosses For Boilers Donegal Leghorn Cross Broilers Call Mount Joy , Penna . 3-4911 Collect

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Potato Can Equal Corn Silage as Feed for Cattle [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Potato Can Equal Corn Silage as Feed for Cattle The potato diversion program may help dairymen solve a feed problem , particularly in areas where _roughago is short- from drouth conditions and in the major potato g owing counties , points out Lancaster County Agent M . M Smith _Pbtatoes have a total digestible nutrient content abput equal to that of corn- silage and one-third that of good quality hay . v Since _potatoes are relatively low m dry matter and protein , and lacking in vitamins A and D , some good quality legume hay or grass silage needs to be fed with them . If a heavy allowance df potatoes is fed > include in tne con ¬ centrate mixture a slightly higher content of crude protein . . 15 to 25 Lbs Daily Limit . Limit the amounts of potatoes fed to dairy cows to 15-25 lbs daily , depending upon the size of the animal . Smith cautions not to feed unripe , decayed or frozen potatoes ( they contain _sojanin whiclrmay be toxic ) , nor sprouted potatoes unless ,- the ...

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firvin _BeLong Gets Eastern Award For Poultry Flock Production [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

firvin _BeLong Gets Eastern Award For Poultry Flock Production Ervm DeLong , Quarryville RD 1 , will receive a Champion Egg Producer Award in addition to a Master-Egg ProducerAward for a poultry flock having one * of tV highest production records in the Eastern states , Victor L . Koenig , Executive Secretary of the Hy-Lme Poultry Management Association announced today . The Master Egg Producer trophy was announced during the 3053-54 season as an incentive to poulrrymen to join the Hy-Line Management Record Program . The trophy is awarded to participating farmers whose flocks make » record of 225 or more eggs per hen housed in a 12 months period . But m a single-season the ¦ verage production of the Poultrymen participating rose to 227 eggs per hen housed . It was felt a higher incentive was needed nd so a Champion Egg Producer trophy is now being awarded those who reach a figure of 250 i better . DeLong s flock reached a score f 251 3 eggs per hen housed in the 1954-55 season DeLon...

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