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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 August 1991

August 1991 Feld Generic Prices are Listed in the Blue Column NicoretteGum 2mg 96s 32.50 Slow-KTabs 100s 16.75 8.95 Aldomet Tabs 250 mg 100s 28.95 11.95 Nitro-Dur llPatches ssqCm 30s 36.75 Sumycin Caps 250 mg 100s 9.25 3.95 500 mg 100s 18.95 500 mg AnsaidTabs 50 mg 100s 57.25 Glucotrol smg 100s 27.50 Synthroid Tabs 0.025 mg 100s 12.95 6.95 100 mg 100s 86.75 Tabs 10 mg 100s 46.95 0.05 mg 100s 13.95 7.95 Anusol-HC Supp 12s 19.75 7.95 OgenTabs 0.625 mg 100s 36.95 0.1 mg 100s 15.50 3.95 24s 11.95 100s 100s Atr ovent Ortho-Novum 1-35 21 or 28 19.50 8.95 0.2 mg 100s 20.95 5.50 Inhalent 14 Gm 23.95 Hydrodiuril 25 mg 100s 14.25 3.95 Tabs 1-50 21 or 28 19.50 8.95 0.3 mg 100s 26.95 5.95 Tabs 50 mg 100s 18.50 4.95 O™disCaps^^^7^n^loo^B^(^^^J«^^^^™«ljjjj^^»"U Bactrim-DS Tabs 100s 72.50 13.95 300 mg 100s 64.50 Beconase Inderal Tabs 10 mg 100s 22.95 5.95 Pen-Vee-K 250 mg 100s 14.50 6.95 400 mg 60s 64.25 Inhaler 16.8 Gm 25.50 20 mg 100s 30.95 6.95 Tabs 500 mg 100s 23.25 8.95 Tegretol Tabs 200 mg 1...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 August 1991

8 Youth (Continued from Page 1) shadow or dilute the importance of traditional farming, which has been our heritage. Started by our forefathers and passed through the generations, it has become a symbol of our American identity. It is a known fact that more than 20 percent of the jobs in Virginia relate to agriculture. Is it possible that about 800,000 of these Virginians working in the industry are agriculturally literate? I do not know the answer, but we, as Farm Bureau members, need to do all we can to ensure the future of our common- wealth's largest industry. What better time than the present for my generation to take the initiative to become actively involved. I have found throughout my year representing our federation that many people will attentively listen to what a young person has to say. The future of the agriculture industry will some day be passed into our hands. As young people, we need to start now to develop our foundation in agriculture. The Virginia Farm Bureau Fe...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 August 1991

August 1991 Organic ideas now as fine as wearing American flags Have you noticed how the passage of time can make something that was once socially unacceptable downright respectable? No, I'm not talking about decorating your clothing with United States flags. I'm talking about oiganic gardening. No longer are you considered a crazed hippy if you practice organic gardening. These days it just makes sense. I was struck by that as I looked through Rodale Press' "Chemical-Free Yard & Garden'' recently. The first section of the book outlines their eight-point system to "Go oiganic," and every one of those points was just plain good gardening sense Here are a few of Rodale's eight points and my thoughts on each. • Make compost. Whether you use synthetic fertilizer of not, why would you want to throw away free fertilizer and soil conditioner? Make a low maintenance pile —one you let sit until it rots, rather than one you turn weekly—if you don't relish giving yourself the extra...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 August 1991

10 Districts name year's representatives On-the-farm judging for the 1991 Young Farmer of the Year Award was done July 23-25. By the time you read this, the winning couple's name will have been sealed in an envelope to be opened at the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention in December. The winning couple is among the following District Young Farmer of the Year winners: Northern District —Burt and Amy Mcintosh live at Waterford in Loudoun County. They operate a 1,200-acre farm with Mcintosh's father and brother, raising beef cows and calves, sheep, swine, corn, hay, wheat and barley. They own 300 acres of the operation. Mcintosh has been active in FFA, 4-H, Farm Bureau and the Presbyterian church. Central District —Keith and Jennifer Sheets have two children and reside at McGaheysville in Rockingham County. They operate a 2,600-acre farm and own 1,400 of those acres. They raise laying hens for producing and marketing shell eggs and have a hog operation. They have been act...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 August 1991

August 1991 BULLS, REGISTERED ANGUS. 9 to select. Rent or Sel Graperidge Farm, Box 115, Goochland 23063. REGISTERED BBU BEEFMASTER VfearSng buls. Ready for light breeding. Cal Vivian W. Evans (703) 682-4457. NEW HORSE AND CATTLE TRAILERS. Phiips Trailer Sales. Rt. 5, Abingdon, VA. (703) 475-3663. SHETLAND PONIES—REGISTERED. (804) 248-5369 1/2 ARABIAN PAINT GELDING. 14.2 hands. Gentle. Good trail horse. $750. Timberville, VA. (703) 896-8610. FULL LEATHER HORSE HARNESS. Sale or trade for fifty bales, first cutting, alfalfa hay. (804) 332-7846 HORSES BOARDED—Blacksburg. Stal. Pasture. Indoor arena. Trails. Lessons. Shows. Haulng. (703) 951-8545. FOR SALE—REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES at Lost Creek Outfit—Lebannon, VA. (703) 794-7360. CLYDESDALE MARE IN FOAL to TB Staion. Rides and drives. $1750. (804) 977-8778. SAWDUST FOR HORSE AND LIVESTOCK BEDDING. Fence boards, bark mulch. Smith Mountain Lumber Inc. (703) 297-1205 (703) 890-5515. FOR SALE—SS Suffofc x Dorset ewe lambs. Cal (703) 579-45...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 August 1991

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

Farm Bureau Vol. 50, No. 8 All-time membership record broken The state s largest farm organization has gotten even larger. On July 19, the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation grew to 98,877 members— the largest membership in the organization's 65-year history. The new total, which continues to climb, eclipses the previous record membership of 98,857, accomplished in 1985. By press time Aug. 16, the non-profit membership organization for farmers, rural families and insureds had grown to 99,079, of which 34,346 are producer members and 64,743 are associate members. "Our programs and services have expanded in recent years. Those factors have helped us attract more members," explained VFBF President C. Wayne Ashworth. New herbicides Corn growers beating stubborn Johnsongrass problem BEALETON —Fauquier Count)' farmers gathered July 31 to examine a 200-acre site that once was over run by Johnsongrass, a major nuisance for corn and soybean growers. The fields are now virtually clean of the wee...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

2 Women and Young Farmers play important role in VFBF This spring our Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Women's Committee hosted a program for Northern Virginia media that focused on the importance of agriculture in urban areas. The media, in turn, reported our important agricultural message to the populace around metropolitan Washington. Last fall and winter, members of several county Farm Bureau Young Farmers Committees were busy cutting firewood to sell—not for their own benefit, but to help raise scholarship money to help send students to the two-year Agricultural Technology Program at Virginia Tech. In addition, over the past two years, our Farm Bureau Women have attracted record numbers of state legislators, as well as Gov. L. Douglas Wilder, Lt. Gov. Don Beyer and Attorney General Mary Sue Terry, to the annual VFBF Farm-City Festival in Richmond, a reception designed to acquaint our lawmakers with Farm Bureau leaders in a relaxed setting. There are few organizations, inside or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

September/October 1991 Mark your calendar Sept. 7-8: 6th Annual Traditional Frontier Festival, Museum of American Frontier Culture, Staunton. 703-332-7850. Sept. 9: All Breed Purebred Hog Sale, Harrisonburg. Contact Bart Dunsford, Tidewater Agricultural Experiment Station, Suffolk, 804-657-6450. Sept. 9-11: Beginning in Nursery Business program, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg. Contact Paul Smeal, 703-231-5609. Sept. 10-14: Dickenson County Fair. Contact Jack Childress, 703-926-6609. Sept. 12-13: Virginia Pesticide Control Board meeting, Fredericksburg. Contact Dr. Marvin Lawson, 804-371-6558. Sept. 13-15: Charles City County Fair. Contact Vernon Heath, 804-829-6219. Sept. 13-15: Virginia Forestry Association fall family weekend, Williamsburg. Contact Charlie Finley, VFA, 804-644-8462. Sept. 15-21: National Farm Safety Week. Contact Norman Wilkinson, Virginia Farm Bureau Safety Coordinator, 804-225-7642. Sept. 16-21: Patrick County Agricultural Fair. Contact Tom Inman, 703-694-3800. Sept....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

4 Bailey's tall hat, boots and Farm Bureau beat uniform By KATHY B. SPRINGSTON Farm Bureau News Editor MEADOWVIEW—As a boy, Archie "Bud" Bailey came from West Virginia coal mining country with his father to visit relatives in Washington County and "just dreamed of coming out here to live on one of these farms." Bailey smiles as he relaxes under shade trees and looks out over the lush mountains where he lives out that dream. Hens peck around the house, undisturbed by frolicking kittens. A rooster sings a lazy, late-afternoon song, as unseen beef cows bellow peacefully on the other side of a hill of hurley tobacco. On board At 63, the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors member is glad he left an Air Force career in 1956 to farm here with his father and glad he joined the Farm Bureau in 1957. He'd rather be wearing his hat from Texas and cowboy boots than a uniform. Back in the late '30s and '4()s, his father, Dick Bailey, logged for a sawmill in McDowell County, W.Va. a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

September/October 1991 . Er : - Ig^y^ liy Jg f § \ . J WV^ -«•" 'V PL Bf "• Una IflEf r^ m >s s \te 5| jHs^^ Farm animals, caretakers featured in National Geographic Society film By KATHY B. SPRINGSTON Farm Bureau News Editor LURAY—Like any morning, grunts of old hogs and squeals of piglets come from Jeff and Winn Jennings' barnyard. Only today, these sounds are broken by the crisp British accent of a film producer giving instructions to his crew. The swine here are among a variety of farm animals, appearing with the people who care for them, in a National Geographic Society educational film for kindergarteners through third-graders. On a walk-through of the hog houses, the 34-year-old farmer explains that the hogs . e <^ C A<\^ ,<£>" e*<^ $>«* with orange marks on their backs are the ones he'll keep. "Your favorites. That's really reducing it to city terms," jokes one of the film makers with Partridge Film...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

6 Now, Health Care Plans That Approach Rising Medical Costs With A Down-To-Earth Point of View. Starting with three coverage options, you decide one call to arrange for hospital admission For a better perspective on other cost-control which Farm Bureau plan is most affordable for review and health benefits advice. The result: features, our valuable benefits and services, and you. With Plan 200 you have the least out-of- benefits are provided in the most cost-efficient competitive rates, contact your county Farm pocket costs. For well-rounded protection with setting, and you are protected against unneces- Bureau office. cost-sharing features to hold down your monthly sary out-of-pocket costs. premium, there is Comp 500. For an even lower Also, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Virginia /SrSt The cost option, choose Choice Care 1000 that protects participating and contracting health care Kmjj MjnVJ ... against large and unexpected medical expenses. providers do their part. They agree to a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

September/October 1991 Columnist going to school, anticipates AmeriFlora '92 Well, this is it gang My family and I moved to Columbus, Ohio a few months ago, and I've been putting off delivering what I hope will be bad news for most of you —the end of my stint as the Virginia Farm Bureau News gardening columnist. I start a new career this month, that of full-time graduate student. I hope my children remember who I am by the time I finish. Some of my gardening friends have accused me of other motives for moving to Columbus. They think the only reason I came here is to hang out all next summer at Ameri Flora '92.1 fear grad school will interfere with that plan somewhat, but I do plan to spend as much time there as possible. AmeriFlora '92, in the words of its publicist, is "the first international floral and garden exhibition ever held in the United States." This translates, in my words, to the flowers, foliage, festival and feasting. Here is my idea of paradise—eating burritos while a...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

8 Apples are nutritious picks from Virginia orchards NewWellness for Farm Bureau! we realize back then that, besides tasting great, apples really are top nutrition picks. Picking your own apples at one of Virginia's 400 commercial orchards is a popular, healthy pastime for many families. Weekends throughout the fall find orchards around the state crowded with people stocking up on the nutritious harvest. Growers are calling 1991 a vintage year for apples in Virginia. Thanks to the near perfect growing conditions, the size and quality of this year's crop, estimated at 10.05 million to 11 million bushels, is superb. This bumper crop puts Virginia back on track as the sixth highest state in the country for apple production after last year's disappointing harvest of only five million bushels. Besides being tasty snacks and serving as staple ingredients for a million delicious desserts and treats, apples truly are nutritious. The International Apple Institute recently released the result...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

r A__ FOOD SPECIALTIES I ■ P.O. Box 589 • Bound Brook, NJ 08805 • 908/560-1536 An innovative ibod delivery service for Farm Bureau members Through this food distributor, Farm Bureau is offering such hard-to- the Classroom Program and the American Farm Bureau Research find food items as spices, sauces, fruit and honey spreads, soups and Foundation. This new program promises to be an additional way to more. Food Specialties will send the products directly to the member. make your $40 membership dues an even better investment. The income generated goes to worthy causes like the Agriculture in I QUICK & NATURAL SOUPS WFrom The Spice Hunter Mdd tto "titt ual't & Natural Soups are treat Brown & Wild Rice A French provincial vegetables, almonds and plump raisins.2 oz. 755725 $2.29 Mediterranean Minestrone—Zesty Italian herbs and florets and fettiicini seasoned with garlic and California basil. 2 oz. 755745 $2.29 NEW ENGLAND PRODUCTS NEW ENGLAND MUSTARDS ...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

The Spice Hunter searches the world to bring you the best *r J '^- : lEf c herbs and spices available today r' f we cannot carr >' em all; however,, if there is a particular |P 111 h! one you want, please ask; we'll try to find it for you. All Purpose Salt Free Blend i.600z. 751010 $2.95 Barbecue/Grill Spice * Cajun/Creole Seasoning 1.50 oz. 751120 $2.95 - V.lßSffiffiP Chinese 5 Spice 1.50 oz. 751220 $2.9; Fajita Seasoning 2.00 oz. 751355 $2.95 ' tj Fish Seasoning 1.10 oz. 751380 $2.95 ' .tek Herbs de Provence 1.00 oz. 751440 $2.95 . /. Jltalian Seasoning 0.63 oz. 751450 $2.95 Jamaican Jerk Blend 2.00 oz. 751453 $2.95 '• */ v *" r Mesquite Seasoning, Natural 2.00 oz. 751535 $2.95 * %t Mexican Seasoning 1.50 oz. 751540 $2.95 P« mm Pasta Seasoning 1.20 oz. 751660 $2.95 Pepper; Garlic Blend | ! : '" Pepper, Lemon Blend 1.50 oz. 751750 $2.95 i Pepper, Savory Blend, Whole 1.90 oz. 751770 $3.49 L r < Pesto Seasoning 0.600z. 751800 $2.95 /M Pine Nuts 751810 Jf* They'r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

Datil Pepper treats from America's first city : ; £> ; , -a The Datil Pepper was brought to St. Augustine, Florida in 1768 ''V •'/; , by Minorcan settlers from Spain. The Datil, though small in ' : »'/ size is big on flavor—some say it is hotter than jalapenos. Dat'l Do-It Hot Sauce—An historic St. Augustine hot ' TBHBWH • J®E|J sauce If you like Buffalo Wings—you'll never want to be igr without Dat'l Do-It. 7oz. 141362 $3.49 1a s JL " Hellish Hellish—A wonderful little relish. Serve with any (7//// M "Sip meals for a real treat. 7oz. 141363 $3.49 . 1 (lassie ; sgk Dat'l Do-It Datil Pepper Jelly—Not exactly a peanut €&&* (Ditty (Dip V {Z£sr+ .*»«* j (hrrif butter & jelly sandwich. But it is great with cream cheese j***-***"'"* I ' j «' ' on a cracker. 6oz. 141364 $3.29 — 1 fwMrM I r "SrTfi ' U im , -nnfeb.'M 1 t IJMiiB I /■''•* i O 1 I M f iß«|||| gff T : -• Bi m ilroKl ~ THE STRATFORD Uncommonly Good Bean Soup—lt's a perfect name for 4...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

1.--'* "tL j * WESTMINSTER CRACKERS The "talking place" for Old New England, as it was and still is in many parts of America, is in the General Store around the cracker barrel. Westminster crackers were and are the cracker of choice. The crackers are baked today the same way they were over a hundred years ago. Sit back and enjoy your favorite cheese or preserve on a Westminster Cracker. A New England sampler contains one each of: XXX Common, 7 oz., New England Oyster, 8 oz., Old Fashion Thick Squares, 6 oz., and Old Fashion Thin Squares, 6 oz. 810005 $10.95 HDIICD CnDM Food Specialties is an innovative UnUtn I wlilVl food delivery service for Farm Bureau members. Igggjj SHIP TO ME IF A GIFT TELL A FRIEND ABOUT US Name To Name Address Address Address City State Zip City State Zip City State Zip Daytime Phone Number 1 L □ G jft Card Enclosed In case we need to contact you about your order. Farm Bureau Member No □ Please Send Card—Message Name UPS address if different: Address Please a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

September/October 1991 lexas legislator speaks to animal industry BLACKSBURG —Rep. Charles Stenholm of Texas, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives' Agriculture Committee, told those gathered at Virginia Tech's 28th Annual Animal Industry Day, July 12, that farmers cannot be expected to create a completely safe food supply. The public "somehow believes that today we can deliver a 100-percent safe food supply to the U.S. consumer. When God did not create an Earth that was perfectly safe, what makes us believe that we. Extension now planning groupings The Virginia Cooperative Extension is considering a reorganization that would allow agents and specialists to serve groupings of counties and cities, drawn basically to the state's 20 planning districts. This plan does not include the layoffs of agents and closing of offices the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation had feared and spoken out against this summer. Under this new proposal, Extension agents would devote about 25 percent of...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 September 1991

10 Farmers' safety and health is focus for Sept. 12-21 CHICAGO —President Bush has proclaimed the week of Sept. 15-21 National Farm Safety Week. This is the 48th annual observance. "Though we are making progress, accidents and fires, along with occupational illnesses still result in severe human and economic losses to farm and ranch families," said T.C. Gilchrest, president of the Chicago-based National Safety Council. "But much can be done to help prevent these losses of life and family resources, and to limit the havoc of accidents if they occur." C. Wayne Ashworth, president of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation, said, "The safety and health of farm men and women, who endure long hours of hard work to feed and clothe all of us, is ever important." President Bush, in his proclamation, wrote, "By providing consumers with a variety of high-quality food and fiber at reasonable costs, (farmers) help to keep our work force strong and health); and in doing so, help to maintaint the nat...

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