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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955
Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Seven Guernseys Of 96 Finalists In Pennsylvania PETERBOROUGH, N H — Seven purebred Guernseys from Pennsylvania are among the 96 finalists nominated for the 1955 All-American Contest sponsored by the American Guernsey Catitle Club. They include- Lake Louise Royal Superb, bull calf owned by Raymond Goeringer_, Dallas; Maxim of McDonald Farms, twoyear-old bull owned by Dr-George T Pack, Wrightsville; Wyno Beau's Cherub, aged bull owned by James D. Berry, Jr., _Titusville; Applebrook Prediction's Carla, junior yearling heifer owned by Charles P O'Connor, West Chester; Wye Heights Rare, four-year-old cow owned by Dr. Pack; Fairlawn Actor's Helena, aged cow owned by Wyno Farms, Muncy; Cool Run's Fame's Donna, aged cow owned by Dr- Pack. The 96 finalists represent those Guernseys judged best t>f the hundreds of blue-ribbon winners of this year's show that were entered in this second annual AII-Amencan Contest. They were selected by a nominating committee composed of M. G. Se...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

_Borrows Gain, FdwHit$14; Steers Steady WEDNESDAY TO _~ WEDNESDAY REVIEW By David S. _Lorenstra, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau Lancaster — (Wednesday to Wednesday Review) CatUle; 2234. week ago 1647. Co'mipared _witih last ' 'Wednesday: {Slaughter steers 1200 'lbs and _lighter mostly steady, weights over 1200 _ltot slew .steady to weak, m»st -.pressure on commercial and good. Heifers scarce, about steady_, fcows 50-79c higher, bulls fully steady. _Stodkcrs and feeders sQiow, steady 'to weak. Bulk choice fed steers 9?5-1200 _fts $20 .00 21.50, a couple lots lKMMb choice and (prime $22-00-22 50 load 15181b (prime steers $21.75 good 'steers anostly $17j50-18-50; some commercial $15 00-17 00 Small lots _leonnmercial and good heifers $1400-17 00, odd head choice to S20 00. Utility and commercial cows $12 00-13 50; canners and _leutiters $8.75-12'50, a ifew ihmgh •yielding cutters to $1300. Utility and _coimimercial 'bulls $14-50-17 50; cutters $13 50-1400 Most imednwn .and g...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Lancaster Farming Statistics Irish potatoes harvested for home use or for sale Farms reporting 2,106 2,519 Acres 5,765 . 7,032 Bushels 1,660,811 1,756,915 Note: for 1954, does not include _acreage ior farms with less than 20 bu harvested; for 1950 does not include acreage-for farms with less than 15 bu harvested). Tobacco harvested 1954 1949 Farms reporting 4,292 5,078 Acres 26,420 31,230 * " Pounds 37,965,489 44,945,793 Livestock farms other than dairy and poultry showed one of the most re ' markable increases in the 1950-1954 period, as shown in the table below for Lancaster County, based on number of farms: 1950 1954 Dairy Farms 1,620 1,570 Poultry ' . 1,039 1,1 70 Livestock, other than dairy and poultry 814 1,120 General Farms £.220 1.915

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Broiler Prices Gain Tuesday Top Up to 21.8 Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Rohrerstown, Pa.) (Sales Report, Sale *111_, Tuesday, Dec 27,1955) —Strengthening prices in broilers followed the Christmas _holiday Tuesday in the auction here that scored an average of 21.8 cents Prices range from 21_%-24% on 7 lots totaling 27,830 sold- Seven lots of 22,930 were listed, nine lots _^ 0_^35,130 were offered. Here are Tuesday sales listed by seller and grower, amount and breed, age by weeks and days , buyer, and price: Aaron S. Fisher, 950 White Van tress, 11 weefes, to Tilley's Poultry, 22%: Daniel G. Forry, one lot of 950 Red Vantress, 11 weeks, 4 days, to Roy E. Ream at 22, and one iot of 990 RedVantress, 11 weeks, 4 days, to Ray W- Gabble, 24% top; Harold Folkman, 5400 Indian River Cross, 9 weeks, 4 days, no sale, 21% bid; Miller & iBushong, 6500 White Vantress, 10 weeks, 4 days, to Horace W- Longacre, 21X; Miller & Bushong (Fred F Frey), 6200 White Vantress, 10 weeks,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Thursday Sale Of Poultry in 19-Ccnl Bracket Lanca_l3r Poultry Exchange (iRohrerstowir - Sales Report, Sale «10 - Thursday, Dec 22, 1955) — Prices remavned at levefls samewiba't IbelW Uhe corresiponding day, a year ago in the poultry auction ihere Thursday. (However, folds were [primarily _oteady with the 'previous marketling session with sales ifl a range of lff_' /_i to 19 X, averaging 18-96. For Dec- 23. _J954, Sale #17 had 10,450 fbirds, six lots, listed, 7,500 in three lot§ were ibid, none sold from 2_jdVi to 20%. In <bhe name lots of 28,650 listed last Thursday, eight lots of 28,150 were offered, 22.150 in seven lots sold. Here-are Thursday sales listed (by settler and" -grower, amount and Ibreed, age iby weeks and days, (buyer and r*riee: D. E- Horn & Oo, (Nelson Fitz) 50CO Wlhite Mountains 10 weeks 2 _dlays ito ¦Producers Coop. _Exchange 19'A_, Reulben N. Martin, 2500 Indian River Cross, 10-2, to T_^lley's Poultry, 19-V, Clayton S- Zimmerman, 1000 White V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Poultry Markets EGGS 'PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 28—Market firm. Prices moved higher. _Lighter supplies were litdequaite to meet umariiediiate trade (requirements-Wholesale selling _ipriioes: min. 10 POT AA _ojual. Large 45-50 # •wlhite 62-63. (brown 60_^61, Medium ¦white 58-59, toowm 57-58. Extras, num. 60 PiOT A iQual Large 45-50# _wthnte 58-60. brown none, mixed 57-59. medium ufliifce none, _Jbrown none, mixed 53-54. Standards 53-54 current receipts none, _tfhecks 40-42%. (Receipts Dec 27 - 5,040 cases all 'by truck- LIVE POULTRY _PHILADELPHIA. Dec 28—Market firm on _heavy type 'hens _Mnsettled on other classes, (Demand: good for <to.r> qual. Waih supplies _axtequtate on 'most classes Few lot? white ' rock _mullets 30-36c Large white rotik _caipomettes 33-36C small sizes 25-30. Cross (fryers 23. Cdiwmbka 25-26e_, Waitress reds 23-26, with bu_^ unsold as three loads arrived late. Turkeys steady- Demand good for 1'igjht sutpiiii-es Bronze _Young (hens 50c, .young Toms...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Altman's Super-A Feeds are timed-tested, scientifically balanced, vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in «hree modern plants. Compare our prices. Special Chop . 3.10 Rabbit Pellets . . 4.75 20 % Hog, Pig & Sow 4.00 Super A Dog Feed 25~lbs 2-03 Horse Feed .. . 3-60 Quality Egg Mash . . 3.95 Oats (80 lb) 2.90 Blue Bird All Mash .. 3 65 Corn . 3-25 Fitting Ration ... . 3.30 Scratch - 3 45 20% Blue Bird Dairy 2-85 Fine Chick Feed . 4-70 16 % Blue Bird Dairy 2-65 STORE HOURS]: Mon. Thru Fri. 8 to 5.30 Sat. 8 to 5 12 varieties of Babv Chicks available at all times. Ask about our special discount on early orders for chicks. ALTMAN'S CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H. WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Ave. Phone Lane. 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Fulton Grange To Expand Hall With Addition An addition 32 feet sqare at the rear of Fulton Grange „ 6ff Hall will be constructed soon in expansion plans annonced at the Christmas party m Oakryn Hall this week At the same meeting, Master Charles McSparran named three Grange representatives to the milk price hearing concerning' the sale of second class milk. They are Thomas Galbreath, Martin Eshleman and RusselfHartsoe. Included in the Christmas party program were a gift exchange, carol singing, and refreshments. Howard 'Miller and Theodore Beck conducted the program- Miss Ruth Ann Armstrong was in charge of the Juvenile Grange program, with songs and recitations. Miss Mabel Brabson, lecturer, had charge of the Subordinate Grange program.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

MUSSER CROSSES FOR MORE PROFIT IF you want low cost, large bodied leghorn pullets, that will be ready to lay early next Fall—THAT will lay large white eggs and give you substantial _profit THEN order your chicks direet from a (closed-flock breeder,) in your own locality, who crosses blood lines within their own flock— THUS furnishing you with best fitted to combat local ORDER— the type of resistance health problems. MUSSER LEGHORNS — For Eggs DONEGAL CROSSES — For Broilers DONEGAL LEGHORN CROSSES—For Meat & Eggs MUSSER LEGHORN FARMS MOUNT JOY 3-4911

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

* Happy New i Year WE HOPE TO am you AGAIN THIS _yiAit 6 » •

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

TRI-TOWN ELECTRIC CO GAS AND ELECTRIC SALES AND SERVICE Electrical Contracting _Leola, Pa. Phone 6-6661 "Open Thurs. & Fri. 'till 9"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

FFA Star Farmers to Get Awards At 1956 Pennsylvania Farm Show Harmony in Black and White •_HAlRMSBURG, — In recognition of exce-itiontal achievewent as a farm boy, Jamas H (Speed, Jr, of Blairs Mills, Coumty, will (be proclaimed 1 as the "State iStar _Fiaonmer of jEennsyl vamia" toy the Future Farmieirs of Amenilca at tiheir mid-winter meeting _during tiho 1956 Pennsiyl vonia Farm filhoiw Tlhe honor, 'histhest _wihidh can _icoimie to an iFFA 'boy at the State [level, will toe conferred _uipon him January 11 toy _rthe FFA State president, JEWbert L. Welk, of Strastang, iRO 1. In adebtiom to winning the tolo Statewide honor, James has _toeen designated as Star Farmer for lihe _j_^ south central region of Pennsylvania. Four Regional Star Farmers Names of four other regional Star Fapmers also were announced today Vounig _fiiDeer was selected for She ihigih FFA ranfc by the Keystone FFA Adlvisory Council Ibeteause ihas achievements in scihotl'arslhip, laifiPiculfcure and leader- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Meat Output in 1955 at Record (Continued from Page One) ful and relatively low m price. They seem likely to stay plentiful, what with improved production methods on new " crops and extensive storage on , old. "Conversely, practically all business indicators suggest continued high income for consumers which should assure a continued good demand for meat. With supplies of livestock and demand for meat remaining high, the meat packing industry looks to the immediate future with more hope than for some time " He explained that fixed processing and distributing costs in labor and plant facilities in the meat industry have risen 37 per cent in the last five years. With a higher volume of meat processed, however, the cost per Unit declines and there is a better opportunity to improve earnings. Profit Showing Dismal "The meat industry has made a dismal showing, profit-wise, in recent years," Foster noted, adding: "Perhaps now, with improved plant facilities and larger volume of sale...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Ruth E. Hen-Crowned 1956 Apple Queen iMiss Ruth E. Herr, 19-year-old daughter of Mr- and Mrs Robert Herr, RD2 Lancaster, Tuesday night was crowned Apple Queen •¦off Lancaster County. She -will represent the County m the state contest at York Jan. 31- Miss Pnscilla Weaver, Birdm-Hand, last year's queen, crowned the new royalty in ceremonies at the North Queen Street Branch of the Lancaster County National Banik. Her parents operate a large fruit farm near Mountville, •Miss Herr is a graduate of Manor High School, and is now a sophomore at the Pennsylvania State University, majoring in secondary education, Spanish and English. ttiiiiHittiatiiiuimimmmitttmtr a

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

John' Melhorn Heads Co-Op Seventh Time John E. Melhorn, Mount Joy, has been reeleeted for his seventh consecutive term as president of the Producers Cooperative Exchange. The directors, meeting in Coatesville, reeleeted the entire slate of officers. Others returned were Mark S Hess, R6 Lancaster, vice president, Paul L Coates_, R2 Coatesville, secretary; and Elmer F. Groff, Rheems, treasurer.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Authorized Dealer FOR Massey Harris Ferguson. __ New Holland Brillion Terramatic Barn Cleaners and Other Lines. IN USED EQUIPMENT CHECK OUR BUYS Serving Chester County and Southern Over 16 Years Lancaster County Now Is The Time To Have That Baler, Tractor or Com bine Reconditioned by Factory Trained Personnel GENUINE REPAIR PARTS & SERVICE S. G. LEWIS & SON West Grove, Pa. Phone West Grove 2214 Or Kirkwood 32 R4 For Yottf Local Representive

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Here is the NEWEST Way tq Treat CRD Simply Dust Your Flock With Convenient, effective and economical treatment oi CRD (Chronic Respiratory Disease) or AIR SAC IN' FECTION in chickens. For less than one cent a birdj YOU can treat your flock. Most effective if caught in the early stages. Ask for it by name Dry-Strep-Spray At your local Feed Dealer DISTRIBUTED BY " New Holland Supply Co. Phone 4-2149 New Holland. P«. ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

_SWWfS em Cuts Production Costs! Broilers (raw fatter, finish out better and earn premium prices with Farm Bureau BROILERMAKER. A _highly concentrated ration, it cuts feeding _cotti because you feed less of it. You'll have fewer cuWi, lets waste and a better fin* lshed flock. Try it... see th_» results! Contains Vitamin B12 and Antibiotic Supplements Available in Bags or Bulk

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