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When they saw the star, they were overjoyed. On coming to the house, they saw the child with his mother Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasures and presented him with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. Matthew 2:10-11
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Branded Ranch Sorting and Roping gives visitors a feel for the life of the Great Basin Buckaroo by Jennifer Showalter GREENVILLE, VA — It’s not the hat, boots, spurs, or buckle that makes a cowboy or cowgirl, rather it is their knowledge of cattle, horses and the land. As more people become specialized in one area, those who know how to run a traditional ranch are becoming fewer. Even those who compete in normal timed cattle sortings, ropings, and cutting competitions, would learn real fast that in the real world, cattle must be handled a lot differently than in the show ring. Time is always a precious thing, but too often it does not pay to be in a big hurry when roping and sorting cattle. Those who have a good mix of both cow and horse sense are usually referred to as cowboys, but in different regions of the country they have acquired such names as crackers, punchers, Buckaroos and Vaqueros. The attire, gear, horsemanship, stockmanship, and style is different for each of these classifications. From flat brim to taco shaped hats, from bosals and mecates to all sorts of fancy bits, from bull whips to rawhide riatas, each region has a different look and style. The Great Basin Buckaroo evolved from the California Vaquero during the mid 1800’s. Technically the Vaquero and the Buckaroo were the same, except the Vaqueros were from Spanish or Indian descent, while the Buckaroos were Caucasian. The style of the Vaqueros and the Buckaroos along with their horsemanship and low stress cattle roping and handling techniques set them apart from cowboys. Today’s Buckaroos sincerely honor those of the past and make every effort to uphold their traditions. With this in mind, Chad Whetsel thought it was only appropriate to host a Buckaroo style branded ranch sorting and roping to give those on the east coast a chance to gain an appreciation of the Buckaroo style. From novice riders to experienced Buckaroos, contestants were able to put their skills to test as they sorted through a pen of 36 calves, consisting of six groups of six like-branded calves. Each group had their own faux brand with each calf being differentiated with
a different insignia. The novice teams consisted of two riders and were required to sort out six calves. The open teams also consisted of two riders. They were required to sort out five calves and use a break-a-way rope to catch the sixth calf and drive it to the pen without the honda being broken. The Buckaroo class consisted of three men teams. Each team member sorted out the first three calves. Then they had to head, heel and lay down three calves rotating their position each time. The contestants were judged on their horsemanship skills, stockmanship skills, team work, and performance rather than speed. In real life situations, reducing stress on cattle pays dividends, and the contest was intended to mimic situations Buckaroos face daily. Introducing a new concept to an area is always a challenge, but Whetsel and others who supported the event feel that it was a real eye opener for many and hope to see more participation in future events. “This was the first time I had ever organized an event of any kind, and regardless, am pretty proud of this event. The feedback and response of those who attended was very positive and encouraging. It seems as though many came forward and confessed that their misconceptions of the judged event were soon put to rest when they actually saw the concept of working stock slowly, deliberately, and methodically firsthand by those who practice this discipline on a daily basis. Someone made a good point, not to slander the timed events, but most of the people who participate in those events don’t have to do this for a living. It seems to me that if a rider, of any discipline, was to get involved with this activity, they wouldn’t be able to get enough of it. It is also very obvious that some foundation has to be in place with the rider and the horse in order for a person to progress to any level. Not only does this event mimic a more realistic approach to handling livestock, but it allows the horse and rider a better opportunity to think about what is happening in front of them in order to respond in a more accepting way. For this very reason, almost anybody can participate making it a very family
Chad Whetsel goes over a few things he will be looking for as he judges Buckaroo Classics’ first branded ranch sorting and roping. Photos by Jennifer Showalter
Savannah Grow with the help of her father, Michael Grow, proudly carries the American Flag at the Buckaroo Classics’ First Branded Ranch Sorting and Roping. friendly event. Our hopes are to have more of these events in the future,” said Whetsel. Whetsel was born in Harrisonburg, VA, but grew up moving all around the country. Shortly after graduating with a BS in Animal Science, and a minor in Construction Engineering from Virginia Tech, Whetsel’s family made the decision to disperse their 400 head commercial black cow herd because of the increasing challenge of maintaining leases. The closure of this door only opened up many more for Whetsel. At this point, Whetsel made the decision to head west and start his adventure as a Buckaroo. “Since 1997 I have worked on ranches in Wyoming, Montana, Kansas, Oklahoma, Utah, Nevada and California, ranging from a couple thousand acres up to over a million acres, 300 cows to over 15,000 mama cows,” said Whetsel. The time Whetsel spent in Buckaroo country was like no other for him. “Not to take anything away from any cowboy in other parts of the country, because for the most part they are a product of their environment in which they practice their trade, but until you experience the life of a Great Basin Buckaroo, you’ll never have the appreciation for when I say, they are a culture who stand alone. They have a complete different mindset in their entire existence. They carry themselves differently, handle their stock differently and hold their horses in such high esteem that they adorn them with silver and trappings made for them, not the rider. I have such a great respect and appreciation for the history and the traditions of the California Vaquero and Great Basin Buckaroo. That is all I think about. I go to bed thinking about Buckarooing, horses and saddles and
wake up thinking about Buckarooing, horses and saddles.” Not just anyone can become a Buckaroo. It is a life changing experience to take on the challenge of being accepted as a Buckaroo, but Whetsel knew as soon as he experienced the lifestyle he was up for it. “Most Buckaroos are born into the culture, but a few who dedicate the time to learn their ways and respect their traditions, along with abiding the etiquette and putting in the saddle time, may at some point be accepted and respected as a Buckaroo themselves. It is interesting that the renaissance of all of the horsemanship the general public is so drawn to today, comes from this culture.” After a few years of doing ranch work, Whetsel made the decision to follow another dream of his, learning how to make saddles and cowboy boots. “In 2006, I left the Padlock Ranch in Wyoming to pursue this trade at the boot and saddle school at then Oklahoma State University.” After completing the program, Whetsel moved to California and met his wife Suzanne. The Whetsels have a 2 1/2 year daughter Sierra and 5 month old son Canyon. Living in Virginia now, Whetsel is the full time cowboy for the Shenandoah Cattle Company, a yearling outfit that runs between 2,500 and 3,000 calves between Augusta, Highland and Bath Counties. This year, the Whetsels started Chad Whetsel Stock Saddle Company under the business name of Buckaroo Classics. For more information on Buckaroo Classics, contact Chad Whetsel at www.facebook.com/vabuckaroo or by phone at 540-820-2748.
by Sally Colby Although winter crop meetings will soon be here, think ahead to mid-April: you’re scouting soybeans and there’s evidence of insect or disease issues. You call your certified crop advisor or extension agent for advice, and they want to know what the growth stage is. Can you answer accurately? Del Voight, Penn State Extension grain crop specialist, explains that producers should be familiar with the commonly understood stages of soybean growth, from emergence to harvest. “In order for us to talk intelligently with others, we go by these growth stages,” said Voight during one of several soybean workshops held recently throughout Pennsylvania. “A critical time is the first 20 days. Then later in the season, the pod fill stage becomes critical. Then it’s important to harvest beans in time to reduce shatter loss.” The first stage of growth is emergence, or VE, when the first two cotyledons and growing points emerge from the ground. In the next stage, VC, the cotyledons are expanded, and unifoliate leaves are expanded and unfolded. Next is the trifoliate stage, or V2, in which the margins of leaflets of the second trifoliate no longer touch. V5 is the stage in which the margins of the leaflets of the fifth trifoliate no longer touch. “We use indeterminate varieties of soybeans,” said Voight. “They fluctuate in growth — their height is not fixed. The plant can grow very tall depending on conditions. Determinate varieties grown in the south get up to a certain height and stop. As nights get shorter and days get longer, the plant is triggered to enter the reproductive stage. As soon as there is a flower, the plant is into the R stages.” The soybean plant is susceptible to infection by rhizobium during the first 21 days of the life; the critical time for
Penn State Program Development Specialist Dwight Lingenfelter, left, helps field crops extension educator Del Voight distribute young soybean plants for growers to examine. Photo by Sally Colby
nitrogen production. “It takes about four pounds of N per bushel,” said Voight. “A 60 bushel crop needs about 240 pounds of N. It also needs P — at least 40-50 pounds of phosphate per 60-bushel crop. And it needs about 80 pounds of K. If we don’t account for that, we’re going to be mining our soil rather than farming it — you’ll see soil test drop.” During this 21-day stage, the rhizobium produces that nitrogen. Voight says that Ohio State research showed that rhizobium infection at
the tiny root hairs is critical. “The natural rhizobia can get lazy,” he said. “You’ll get infection, and if you squeeze the nodules, they’ll be green or white. They’re not producing anything. Today’s rhizobia strains are much more aggressive and produce more nitrogen. For a very cheap treatment, the return on investment is high — about 200 percent.” Voight says that growers should check plants for nodules when there are two leaves — the first trifoliate. Early rhizobia infection is
critical. “It’s like corn,” said Voight, “you want N on between D6 and D8 for massive uptake of N. It’s the same with beans. If the nodules become fixated later in the season, it’s too late.” One of the main factors that optimizes rhizobia growth is a higher pH, around 6.5 to 6.8, so soil testing essential. Voight says that on virgin ground, or ground that has not had soybeans for five or more years, producers should triple inoculate with rhizobia. “But you can still have problems,” he said. “If you have excessive moisture levels after emergence, you won’t get infection. If it’s too dry, they can die. There are also a relationships with seed treatments.” In the R1 stage, the plant has one flower, then flowers spread up the plant resulting in the R2 stage which is fully flowered from bottom to the top of the plant. “It’s full bloom,” said Voight. “Walk into the field, open the canopy, and look all the way to the soil and see flowers — that’s R2.” Voight says that R3 is a critical stage for getting the most response from fungicides. The R2 stage lasts about 10 days, then the R3 stage is about 10 to 15 days, depending on the weather. “If you’re a custom operator, and your growers’ beans are entering the R2 stage and you have three weeks of work to do, you could miss that window,” said Voight. “You have to be ready to treat beans at the R3 stage.” Identifying the R3 stage is simple: from the top of the plant, count down three to four nodes. Any that are 1/4 inch or longer are R3. At this point, plants are fully flowered and starting to push pods. R4 is a fully developed pod at one of the four uppermost nodes on the main stem with a fully developed leaf. R4 is the most critical stage for seed yield — any stress to the plant between stages R4 and R6 causes more yield reduction than any other stage. Once the pods are present,
they begin to fill. “The bean in the pod is connected by a thin thread,” said Voight. “As soon as that thread is disconnected, the bean has reached physiologic maturity. Ten to 14 days later, you’re running the combine.” Voight added that in any given field, there will be variation in growth due to drainage, exposure and slopes. Voight mentioned that about 70 percent of soybean fields tested last year were below 6.0 pH. “If you go to a reputable limestone quarry, you should get 95 and 105 percent CEC (cationexchange capacity).” The results of soil samples are important tool for soybean growers. Because the pH of samples taken at different depths can vary greatly, Voight suggests sampling at both two and six inches. Voight mentioned a study done by agronomist colleague Doug Beegle that showed that it takes nine years for surface-applied lime to react to the six-inch furrow slice. Voight recommends using the quick Cornell pH test for the two-inch test, or surface test, and send the six-inch samples to a soil lab. The biggest issue for Voight is convincing growers to drop the corn head and get the beans when they’re fit. “Every day that you wait after physiologic maturity, you’re losing about a pound of dry matter per day,” he said. “As the pods shrink and swell, the shattering can be tremendous. It isn’t very hard to go from two to four bushel yield loss to 10 to 15 bushel yield loss. That was okay when beans were $4, but now they’re $12.” Voight suggests that growers use the Corn and Soybean Field Guide, published by Purdue Extension and distributed through numerous state extension services. “The critical time is getting the plant in the ground and protected, then up and growing,” said Voight, summarizing the growth stages. “Keep track as it goes through the stages.”
DEP offers emergency storm relief grants for small businesses HARRISBURG, PA — The Department of Environmental Protection has announced emergency funding that will help flood-affected small businesses in 33 counties to make energy efficiency and pollution prevention improvements. Projects eligible for 50-percent reimbursement grants of up to $9,500 could include high-efficiency lighting systems, building insulation, air sealing, recycling and reuse systems, and new water-conservation technologies. “These grants can help small-business owners create something posi-
tive, moving forward, out of what had been a disaster,” DEP Secretary Mike Krancer said. “I'm calling this our ‘Phoenix Program’ because from the destruction of the flood, there will be a rising of new life for an even better future with new energy efficiency and pollution prevention. I am delighted DEP can help in this way.” Grants are available to for-profit small-business owners whose facilities are in counties that were declared eligible for disaster relief by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). All types of small businesses qualify for funding,
including manufacturers, retailers, service providers, mining businesses and agricultural outfits. About $400,000 total is available and comes from the state’s Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act. Costs incurred between Aug. 26 and Dec. 31 are eligible for grant consideration. The grant application package contains the materials and instructions necessary for applying. Applications must be postmarked or hand-delivered by 4 p.m. on Dec. 31. Faxes or other electronic submissions will not be accepted. Small-business owners who want to
review the program's eligibility requirements can contact the Office of the Small Business Ombudsman at 717-772-8909. Copies of the application are also available at the Ombudsman’s Office in the Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market St., Harrisburg. Applications are also available on DEP’s Web site at www.dep.state.pa.us To ask a specific question concerning a project, potential applicants should call the number listed above or e-mail email@example.com before submitting an application.
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Virginia 4-H livestock team places third at NAILE BLACKSBURG, VA — Virginia’s 4H Livestock Judging Team placed third overall in this year’s National 4-H Livestock Judging Competition held during the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, KY, on Nov. 15. Twenty-eight teams competed, with the Illinois and Georgia teams placing first and second, respectively. The Virginia team’s third-place finish makes it eligible to represent the U.S. in next year’s Royal Highland Show in Scotland, along with the first- and second-place teams. Virginia’s team members are Elizabeth Nixon of Orange County; Colby Redifer of Montgomery County; Coffman Liggett of Augusta County; Jordan McCammon of Rockingham County; an Jack Redifer (alternate) of Montgomery County. Contestants judged four classes of beef cattle, three classes of sheep, three classes of swine and one class of market goats and answered 10 questions about a class of sheep and a class of swine. They also gave four sets of oral reasons explaining how they judged the different livestock classes. “When analyzing a class of four
Virginia 4-H Livestock Judging Team, from left to right, Paige Pratt, coach; Elizabeth Nixon, Colby Redifer, Coffman Liggett and Jordan McCammon with a representative for Westway Feed, which sponsored the awards. Alternate team member Jack Redifer is not pictured. animals, the youths must have keen critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. They must also make solid
Cover photo by Jennifer Showalter Scott Talley, of Craigsville VA, pushes a calf to the pen being careful not to break the honda on his break-away-rope during The First Buckaroo Classics Branded Ranch Sorting and Roping. Mid-Atlantic Country Folks
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Paige Pratt, 4-H youth livestock Extension specialist at Virginia Tech and the team’s coach. “The skills they gain from these events will provide them with the tools to be more successful when making decisions later in life,” Pratt added. As individuals, Nixon placed 10th overall and Colby Redifer placed 11th. Both were named AllAmericans. The Virginia team also placed second overall in beef cattle, fifth in swine, sixth in sheep, and ninth in oral reasons. The team will travel to Europe in June 2012 and will be fundraising for the trip until then. In addition to participating in the Royal Highland Show, the group will have the opportunity to visit several other European countries to learn about their agriculture systems. The Virginia 4-H Foundation’s 4-H Livestock Youth Development Endowment, on the Internet at www.4-h.ext.vt.edu/give/foundationboardmembers.html, provided support for the team’s travels this fall. For more information about supporting the team or any youth livestock event in Virginia, contact Paige Pratt at 540-231-4732.
New risk management tool helps producers achieve GAP certification WASHINGTON, D.C. — Agriculture Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan, along with leaders from food and agriculture organizations, recently introduced a free online tool to help U.S. producers of all sizes achieve Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) harmonized standards and certification, helping to further expand economic opportunities for American agriculture. USDA’s GAP audit verification program focuses on best agricultural practices to verify that farms are producing, and packers are handling and storing, fruits and vegetables in the safest manner possible to minimize food safety hazards. The free online tool — developed by FamilyFarmed.org with funding from USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) — helps farmers design a customized manual to meet GAP harmonized standards and certification requirements, including USDA GAP standards and mitigate business risks by answering just a few questions. “USDA believes that a strong farm safety net — including effective, market-based risk solutions for producers of all variety and size — is crucial to sustain the vitality of American agriculture,” said Merrigan. “Effectively managing risk is important to all producers, and having an acceptable food safety program is in the best interest of consumers, buyers, and the farmers themselves.” The online tool, part of FamilyFarmed.org’s On-Farm Food Safety Project, is the first of its kind and was developed by a broad coalition of farm and produce industry partners. It is available at www.onfarmfoodsafety.org/ USDA’s GAP audit verification program, administered by USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), focuses on best agricultural practices
to verify that farms are producing fruits and vegetables in the safest manner possible to minimize risks of microbial food safety hazards. USDA’s voluntary audit based program verifies adherence to the recommendations made in the Food and Drug Administration’s Guide to Minimize Microbial Food Safety Hazards for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. To generate a food safety plan using the tool, the user must answer a series of questions on topics including worker health and hygiene, agricultural water, previous land use, soil amendments and manure, animals and pest control, packinghouse activities, product transportation, agricultural chemicals, and field harvesting. In addition to helping farmers create a food safety plan, the tool offers farmers a full-set of record keeping templates to document their food safety efforts as well as useful food safety resources. Once users have completed their farm’s food safety plan and compiled necessary documentation, they have the capacity to apply for GAP food safety certification, a process asked for by many larger buyers. Large buyers including Compass Group, SYSCO, and Chipotle Mexican Grill supported the project financially and with technical assistance. Groups that participated in the development and review of the tool include: Chipotle Mexican Grill, Community Alliance with Family Farmers, Compass Group, Earthbound Farm, Farm Aid, FDA, NSF Agriculture, Produce Marketing Association, SYSCO, The Organic Center, Western Growers, Wallace Center at Winrock International, Wild Farm Alliance, University of California at Davis, United Fresh Produce Association, and USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA — For the past several years, the Penn State Extension Dairy Team has been conducting research about key aspects of dairy farm profitability. Penn State researchers will share this information at a series of informal conference calls, starting in January. Titled “Show Me the Money: Strategies for Dairy Farm Profitability,” the program is open to anyone in the dairy in-
dustry at no cost, courtesy of a USDA grant. Callers will learn dairy profitability strategies gathered from the research, and will have an opportunity to discuss strategies for improving their own dairy farm profits, all from the comfort and convenience of their home or office. The format for the conference calls will be short presentations by Penn State researchers or other agribusiness profes-
sionals, followed by opportunity for questions and discussions from participants. Each call will be no more than one hour in length, and will be made using a toll-free phone number. The series features calls on five topics, offered on various dates and times. Each topic will build off of the previous topic discussed, but participation in all calls is not required. Topics, dates and times include:
• Topic #1 – Current Research Update: Whole Farm Assessment Tools to Identify Strategies for Increased Dairy Farm Profitability. Offered Jan. 18, 12 to 1 p.m. and repeated on Jan. 19, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Financial and production data have been collected on dairy operations from across Pennsylvania. Learn more about what information was collected, what types of farms were used, and some of
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the overall themes from 2009 and 2010. Penn State Profitability Assessment Dairy Tool data summary information will be discussed. • Topic #2 – Forage Quality, Feed Costs, and Financials. Offered Feb. 1, 12 to 1 p.m. Virginia Ishler, Penn State nutrient management specialist and manager of the Penn State Dairy Research Complex, will discuss how forage qualities and feed costs affect your Income over Feed Cost and what changes you can make today to increase cash flow. • Topic #3 – Loaning Money to Farms: Opportunities, Risks, and People. Offered Feb 15, 12 to 1 p.m. Richard Stup, director of business management services at AgChoice Farm Credit, will discuss what banks look for when lending to farms. Find out what you can do today to better prepare for borrowing tomorrow. • Topic #4 – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Investments. Offered Feb 29, 12 to 1 p.m. Return on an investment is critical for a dairy operation when expanding or just renovating and updating equipment. How do you get the most “bang for your buck” when investing in your dairy? Dr. Lisa Holden, associate professor, Penn State Department of Dairy and Animal Science, will discuss good and bad investment decisions and how they affect the bottom line. • Topic #5 – Best Man-
agement Practices for Profit. Offered March 14, 12 to 1 p.m. and repeated on March 15, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Rebecca White, senior project associate, and Dr. Lisa Holden will discuss key best management practices that can improve profitability. There is no fee to participate in this conference call series, but preregistration is required. To pre-register, contact the Penn State Extension Dairy Team office toll-free at 888-3737232 or complete the online registration form at www.extension.psu.edu; click on “dairy” to find the Penn State Extension Dairy Team program list. Upon registering, participants will receive a toll-free conference call number to dial into to participate in the phone call. Pre-registration no later than five business days prior to each call is required to receive printed materials that will be discussed during the calls. Lastminute registrations will be accepted, but printed materials will only be available to those who register at least five days in advance. This program is funded through USDA Dairy Profitability Special Grant #2009-3443719958. The series qualifies for SmartStart credit from AgChoice Farm Credit. Participants must attend 3-5 conference calls to receive 1 SmartStart credit.
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Penn State Extension offering cash flow planning workshops for dairy producers UNIVERSITY PARK, PA — The dairy industry is constantly changing and evolving. The perception is that producers can do very little to control milk income and on-farm profitability. This is not true, explains Virginia Ishler, nutrient management specialist with Penn State Dairy Extension. “Producers can learn to manage risk to control their future,” said Ishler. “Exerting control requires that producers know their break-even income over feed cost and their milk margin break-even. Knowing these costs will help dairies adapt to changing conditions as they develop,” notes Ishler. Penn State’s risk management team has developed a one-day workshop where producers can complete their annual cash flow and determine their income over feed cost/milk margin breakeven. Knowing this vital information will allow producers to use several risk management tools to maintain an operation’s margin — something that is especially important when milk prices are trending low and feed costs are trending high. “And with many parts of the country experiencing extreme weather conditions, including flooding and drought, earlier this year, it will be important to monitor a farm’s margin with potential high feed costs
on the horizon,” adds Ishler. Managing Your Milk Margin to Improve Your Dairy Cash Flow workshops will be offered at sites around Pennsylvania. Producers will create a cash flow for their dairy as they determine their income over feed cost at the workshop. Training is hands-on and is limited to small groups of no more than 8-10 farms at each site. Each workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Several extension specialists will be on site to work one on one with each farm. They will assist each farm with data entry and to help ensure accurate information is being entered. The workshop’s morning session provides a hands-on opportunity to actually complete the individual’s dairy cash flow. This portion of the workshop will focus on entering the ration and crops and annual cash flow information into Excel. Producers will bring their own data to the workshop to use in the planning process. Some intermediate knowledge of computers is helpful. The income over feed cost and cash flow checklist is located at www.das.psu.edu/dairy-alliance/education/profitability. With all the information from the checklist it should take approximately two hours
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• Feb. 23: Fayette County, AgChoice Farm Credit Office, New Stanton, PA • Feb. 28: Somerset County, Penn State Extension Office, Somerset, PA • March 7: Blair County, Penn State Extension Office, Altoona, PA Advance registration is required. Husbands and wives and other dairy co-owners/co-managers are encouraged to attend together to develop their cash flow as a team. The fee is $40 per farm. Thanks to a grant from the Center for Dairy Excellence, producers with CDE Profit Teams may take advantage of this training at a discounted rate of $20. A total of 40 scholarships are available at this reduced rate; first-come, first-served. For more information or to register, call the Penn State Extension Dairy Team toll-free: 888-373-7232. Additional details are available at: www.das.psu.edu/dairy-alliance/education/managing-risk-to-controlyour-future This workshop qualifies for 2 SmartStart credits from AgChoice Farm Credit.
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provided T -shirts that Hoober sold to raise additional funds. The competition, held at the Chestertown Elks Lodge in Chestertown, MD, included antique tractors, stock and modified tractors and trucks. Bradley and Wharry, along with Middletown store manager Mike Null and Brian Gott, service manager at Hoobers Seaford location, presented a check to Robin Rayne at Fisher House and were able to tour the facility as well. Being at the facility and going on the tour, which isn’t normally provided, made quite an impact on all of us, said Wharry. To meet the people responsible for running the Fisher House at Dover Air Force Base and hearing what they do for the families of those who have lost their lives serving our country was very powerful. You’re reminded of the sacrifices that are being made and that is very humbling. It made us wish we could do more. This year marked the
third consecutive year Hoober Inc. has hosted a benefit truck and tractor pull and Null said the impact that has been made in the first three years makes it exciting to start looking ahead to next year’s event. What we’ve seen is the community coming together for a good cause and having a good time doing it, said Null. The competition is really fun and we’re thankful to everyone who participates and those who contribute and volunteer their time. We’ve seen, firsthand, the difference this event is making and we’re already looking forward to next year’s pull. Founded in 1941, Hoober Inc. has five locations — Intercourse, PA, McAlisterville, PA, Chambersburg, PA, Middletown, DE, and Seaford, DE — and serves agricultural customers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
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JD 620 WFE runs good, $4,000. 315-3630262.(NY) COCHINS BANTAMS for sale, nice colors to choose from, take one or all sixteen, $5 each, leave a message. 518-9935593.(NY) JD 655 crawler loader, very good condition, $12,900 obo. 6 ft. round hay bales for bedding, $25. 585-554-4736.(NY) ‘96 Dodge V-10, one tone, runs good, little rust, dual wheel, $3,000 bo. 585-8131348.(NY)
OXYGEN/ACETYLENE torch set, with tanks and cart, $600 OBO; Also, Angora mix bunnies for sale, great Christmas gift, $20.00 OBO. 585-526-7051.(NY) 20 big square 1st cutting baleage , $20 each or make offer. Moses Shetler, 5651 Knoxboro Road, Oriskany Falls, NY 13425 500 GAL. double wall tank, $400; 716-6494960.(NY) TWO 13.6x38 6 ply Goodyear tires and tubes, 1/4 tread, no brakes, $200 or best offer. 607-264-3090.(NY)
WANTED: WOODS 315 batwing mower, working or for parts. 315-635-3392.(NY)
SNOW BLOWER for tractor, asking $1,000; 2 Reg. Hereford cows, excellent bloodlines, 3 year old, $1,000 or reasonable offer. 315-363-8966.(NY)
WANTED: WTB vacuum pump for one bucket milker, a donkey preferably neutered male. For Sale: 2 male beagle pups, $100 obo. 518-993-4720.(NY)
FOR SALE: Duetz Fahr round baler, 4x4, model 2.40 cp, field ready. 518-6735474.(NY)
3300 JD Diesel combine, 3R corn head, 13’ rigid grain head, good working condition, $4,500 OBO, Py 315-536-0536.(NY)
A FARMALL M wide front, $500; 20.8-38 tires on Farmall M rims, $695.; Heavy duty snow plow built, $395. 315-942-4069.(NY)
3x10 WOOD FIRED evaporator, $3,000; Also, mallard ducks. Write Ben Schwartz, 388 Cottrell Road, Waterloo, NY 13165.
FOR SALE: Feeder calves, Angus-Irish black cross, all natural 6-8 months old, call Riverside Cattle Farm. 716-569-3484.(NY)
ROUND BALES, 4x5 grass hay, $40, $30 based on cutting, quantity discounts, dry barn, stored, never wet. 518-6386370.(NY)
HAY FOR SALE: 1st cutting Timothy mix, no rain, $2.50 per bale. 518-725-6309.(NY)
WANTED: Discharge conveyor for mixer wagon, hydraulic driven, at least 33” wide, any condition. 716-913-3008.(NY) WANTED: WTB Vermeer bale wrapper and New Holland Disc Mower. Y’all call anytime. 276-988-9654.(VA) BABY DOLL Southdown ewes, 5 total, 1 ram, $150 ea. 607-263-2409.(NY)
JAMESWAY direct express 18” smooth belt, 60’ long with incline and motor, $2,000; Balzer 1016a silage table, $6,000. 585-969-2204.(NY)
CAT 3208, Claus rims, 1700 loadstar, AC cultivator, Oliver 1650 for parts, or whole, 2 horse mowers, 2 mills. 607-849-3856.(NY)
EARLy 50s gas pump, gulf tokiem #39, tall, older, restoration, excellent condition, $1,600, cash only, firm. 315-2520360.(NY)
WANTED: Need a farmer in Central NY interested in raising lambs. 518-3324171.(NY)
OLDER BELGIAN mere, kid broke, price to sell, to good home only, makes good produce horse! 315-858-9236.(NY)
FRENCH ALPINE REG. buck, www.freewebs.com/mayrholm, Price $300, Kids due in spring 2012. 315-6368835.(NY)
MANY IH 1066s, 1466s, fender and cab tractors $6,500 - $12,000. 340 dual baler w/ bale spear, nice, $1,500; 518-6772854.(NY)
FARM MARKET, 27 acres, two large buildings, house, on State Road new state park, needs TLC, lots of potential, $130,000. 585-493-2398.(NY)
CALF-TEL hutch for 2-3 larger calves or large dogs, goats, etc. $195.00 413-5683484.(MA)
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It’s Not the Holiday “Dip” We’d Like to See Issued Dec. 16, 2011 Cash cheese prices declined for the fifth consecutive week. The blocks closed December 16 at $1.5625 per pound, down 9 1/4cents on the week but still 24 cents above a year ago. The barrels dropped to $1.5350, down 3 3/4-cents on the week, and 17 cents above a year ago. Seven cars of block traded hands on the week and 22 of barrel. The NASSsurveyed U.S. average block price lost 2 cents, averaging $1.8606. The barrels averaged $1.8325, down 8 cents. Stewart Peterson’s Matt Mattke speculated in Tuesday’s DairyLine that cheese prices might remain close to current levels, pointing out that $1.58-$1.60 is a “key range of support” and “pretty important level to stay above,” because, if we don’t, he warned that we could see the market test $1.54 and possibly as low as $1.48. He quickly added that, if cheese prices stay at current levels, it doesn’t necessarily mean prices will take off and move higher either. He also contrasted the trading activity and pointed to the large volume of butter particularly that changed hands the last week of November and first week of December and reminded us that the first couple weeks of December are typically not seasonally strong for cheese prices. Sometimes the first week of December is positive, he said, but the second, third, fourth, and whenever we have a fifth week, they’re typically down weeks so “we’re kind of in the seasonal doldrums.” He pointed out that, historically, if cheese finishes December on a down note we have seen some pretty decent rebound in January so, “perhaps there’s a little bit of a silver lining here.” Butter reversed two weeks of small gains despite a small uptick on Thursday and finished Friday at $1.6025, down 3 3/4-cents on the week, and a nickel below a year ago. Fifteen cars were sold. The NASS average
inched 0.4 cent lower, to $1.6245. NASS powder averaged $1.4418, down fractionally, and dry whey averaged 65.37 cents, up 0.7 cent. California’s Milk Producers Council (MPC) reported in its December 9 newsletter that butter production continues to increase in line with higher seasonal milk production and butterfat content. It quoted USDA’s Dairy Market News saying that retail and food service sales leading into and over the holiday weekend have been good to very good, helped greatly by retailers’ ads and promotions. Buyers who have not already placed orders for the next big wave of expected consumer demand are now taking advantage of the current lower prices to place those orders. All aspects of the butter manufacturing and marketing channel are very active, producing, shipping, converting and packaging.
MPC said price increasing two weeks in a row “may be a possible indication that the long, but unsteady, fall which began the last week in August may be at an end,” and added that “DMN hears from butter exporters of possible growing interest as U.S.
prices are super competitive with Europe’s but major competition for those sales continues to be Oceania, where milk production is booming. Mattke praised the whey market which “has had a phenomenal year,” rallying from the 32 cent level to the mid 60s and
“we haven’t seen much of a setback this year.” “It’s been a pretty quiet, pretty steady and controlled rise,” he said, but recalled that, in 2007, whey got to the mid 70s. He advised that we keep an eye on that market because every penny movement in whey
translates into 6 cents on the milk price though he warned “we could see a setback at any point.” Meanwhile; schools are or will be closing for the Christmas/New Year’s holidays sending more milk to the cheese
vat and pressure prices. Hopefully, Super Bowl will keep cheese demand strong. I have to mention that my favorite team is the Green Bay Packers and I think it a safe bet they will be in
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said that an improved feed price outlook is balanced by lower milk prices in 2012. Production in 2012 is forecast to rise slightly based on higher milk output per cow. Exports are likely to decline next year compared with 2011, contributing further to the lower milk price outlook. Cow numbers were virtually unchanged from the November forecast and dairy cow slaughter for the January to October 2011 period was about 4 percent above the corresponding 2010 period, and replacement heifer prices are steady. This suggests no major liquidation is in the offing, according to the Outlook, but cow numbers are expected to decline slightly next year. Output per cow continues to rise, and lower expected feed prices are the basis for the increase in the December projected output per cow to 21,315 pounds this year and 21,610 pounds next year. Looking “back to the futures;” the Class III average for the first six months of 2012 stood at $16.63 on November 4, $16.72 on November 11, $16.78 on November 18, $17.16 on December 2, $16.84 on December 9, and was around $17.02 late morning December 16. California starts 2012 with a 79 cent drop in its January Class I milk price. The Northern price was announced at $19.88 per hundredweight. The Southern price is $20.15. Both are up $3.43 from January 2011however. The Federal order Class I base price is announced by the USDA on December 23. Like a broken record, U.S. fluid milk demand continues to slip. USDA reports that sales in the August to October period were estimated at
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Mielke from 13 In other international news; the December 9 CME Daily Dairy Report said that October U.S. dairy export volumes of milk powders, whey, lactose, cheese and butterfat totaled 281million pounds, down 2 percent from September (dailyaverage basis) and down 9.1percent from a year ago. Shipments of skim milk powder and nonfat dry milk, the largest U.S. export category, totaled 76.1 million pounds in October, down 13.6 percent from September, and down 30.1 percent from the record-high levels of a year ago. Cheese exports, on the other hand, amounted to 37.3 million pounds, up 8.5 percent from September, and up 22.2 percent from a year ago. In the first 10 months of the year, U.S. dairy exports were valued at $3.96 billion, 29 percent higher than last year, according to USDA. This is already a record-high figure for a full year, even with two months to go in 2011. The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) gave a thumbs-down on a 4b milk price hearing petition. In a letter to Western United Dairymen (WUD) CEO Michael Marsh, CDFA director Kevin Masuhara, denied a request for a public hearing on the California Class 4b milk pricing formula. Masuhara said CDFA would review the issue in mid-2012 to determine if a hearing was necessary at that time, according to Dairy Profit Weekly. The current dry whey sliding scale in the Class 4b formula has been in effect since September 1 and Masuhara said the three-month period was not long enough to deter-
mine how the formula will perform. As the result of a June 30-July 1 hearing on the issue, CDFA raised the whey factor paid to California dairy farmers, from a permanent 25 cents per hundredweight, to an adjustable rate between 25 and 65 cents. In its December 2 petition, WUD called for the new hearing, proposing changes to the Class 4b formula to more closely reflect the whey value generated by the federal order Class III formula. The 4b price in the California order and the Class III federal order price reflect minimum prices paid to dairy farmers for milk used in cheese processing. WUD was joined by other dairy farmer groups in calling for the hearing, including the Milk Producers Council, Dairy Farmers of America and California Dairy Campaign but several processing groups and companies asked CDFA to deny the request. They argued that further adjustments would negatively impact their ability to expand and innovate at a time when California milk production is growing and more manufacturing capacity was needed. In another political arena; the consuming public continues to demand integrity in the food it consumes and animal traceability is an important part of that demand. Jamie Jonker, National Milk’s vice president of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, discussed a letter he authored to USDA regarding animal identification and traceability standards in Thursday’s DairyLine broadcast. He said that USDA has for a number of years
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sionally a tag will fall out of an animal’s ear by getting snagged on something, he argued, and the tags the Federation is recommending is being used by dairy producers within their own management system and it would be nice if USDA had an allowance where you could replace the tag with the exact same number so that it can continue to be used in identifying that animal in that management system. The tags are also used
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ANNAPOLIS, MD — The Maryland Horse Industry Board (MHIB) presented its December Touch of Class Award to Tiffany McClure, the International Professional Rodeo Association’s 2010 World Champion Barrel Racer, during a private screening of the new Steven Spielberg movie “War Horse” in Washington on Dec. 15. McClure, who grew up in Prince George’s County and graduated from Anne Arundel Community College, was presented with the award by Maryland Agriculture Secretary Buddy Hance, Deputy Secretary Mary Ellen Setting, MHIB Chair Jim Steele, Gov. Martin O’Malley’s repre-
sentative Ashley Valis and California Rep. Dennis Cardoza. “We are very pleased that Tiffany was able to fly in from Oklahoma to be here with us tonight and to accept this award not only for her own achievements but as a representative of the best in Maryland’s equine industry,” said Hance. “We thank the Maryland Jockey Club and American Horse Council for hosting this screening and bringing together so many of Maryland’s equine professionals to celebrate Maryland’s horse industry — an important agricultural sector in our state and region.” Last year, McClure,
then a 24-year-old rookie, left her job as a large animal vet assistant, moved to Oklahoma with her horse Dinks Rockin Again, a 10-year-old red roan quarter horse, and joined the rodeo. She jumped to the lead in the rookie category and kept winning her way to the world title her first year on the circuit. To see McClure’s world championship runs, see www.youtube.com/watc h?v=0LmfVKPteP8. McClure was also the American Professional Rodeo Association’s Rookie Barrel Racer of the Year and Rookie Cowgirl of the year. The MHIB’s established the Touch of Class Award in September
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ter’s grades from an accredited university. Mail applications to Delaware Equine Council, PO Box 158, Harrington, DE 19952 Stan Vonasek, president of the Delaware Equine Council, said, “I am so pleased that the Council continues to be able to support Delaware agriculture and the equine industry by providing scholarships to deserving students who are engaged in agricultural and equine studies. Equine are an important part of Delaware’s $8 billion agricultural industry and quality of life. Individuals who want to attend the Scholarship Awards Banquet are encouraged to contact the Council for ticket information at 302-6843966.”
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CAMP HILL, PA — Pennsylvania Farm Bureau (PFB) expressed concerns over proposed rules on animal disease traceability through written comments sent to United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack. One of Farm Bureau’s major concerns with the new Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) proposal is that it actually calls for a step backward by regressing to outdated technology, limiting the ability of farmers to use more effective animal tracking procedures. “Pennsylvania already has a rather sophisticated electronic database system to track animals
and has a history of high compliance with USDA’s past identification programs. In fact, Pennsylvania is widely considered a national leader in animal disease surveillance. We seriously question a proposal to turn back the clock to using a paper-based system when the current electronic system works so well in Pennsylvania,” said PFB President Carl T. Shaffer. Farm Bureau is also concerned that the proposed rules would negatively impact Pennsylvania’s thriving cattle export industry, which successfully utilizes radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to efficiently and reliably
track cattle and provide disease traceability information. When an RFID tag is scanned, it sends information directly to a computer, minimizing paperwork and the chance of human error in writing down a tag number. “We support a voluntary national identification system, but we are leery of making changes that would use older technology, which will increase costs through additional time-consuming paperwork and the hiring of more staff,” added Shaffer. In its comments, PFB wrote that it concurs with comments and concerns offered by the American Farm Bureau
Federation. Some of those concerns focus on the shortage of accredited veterinarians to provide certificates of animal inspections, the importance of ensuring data privacy and producer
confidentiality and that program costs are equitable between producers, the industry, USDA and other agencies. “Farm Bureau looks forward to continuing its working relationship
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FOCUS ON AGRICULTURE American Farm Bureau Federation A storm of estate taxes threatens farm country by Lynne Finnerty Two recent news reports contained troubling year-end news for farm families. Farmland values are booming. Minnesota farmland prices are nearly 30 percent higher than a year ago, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. It’s a similar catastrophe in Iowa where, an Iowa State University survey shows, high corn and soybean prices have driven average farmland values to a new record of almost $7,000 per acre. I know what you’re thinking: “Isn’t that good news for farmland owners?” Well, yes, it is good news. That is, unless the farm family patriarch or matriarch dies after December 2012, when current estate tax relief will end. Higher farmland values mean that more people will face the difficult task of figuring out how to pay the estate tax and keep the farm in the family — without having to sell land or other assets needed to farm. Estate tax relief would have expired last year, but Congress passed a bill to set the exemption at $5 million and the top tax rate at 35 percent for two years. Unless Congress extends the exemp-
tion and rates, or even better, eliminates the estate tax, a $1 million exemption and a top tax rate of 55 percent will kick in on Jan. 1, 2013. Farm families will be outside the exemption on as few as 143 acres in Iowa, where the average farm size is about 330 acres. In Minnesota, the transfer of just 166 acres from one generation to the next will come with a tax bill of hundreds of thousands of dollars. For all the talk these days about buying local food from family farmers, you’d think that keeping farms in the family would be a top priority for Congress. But if estate tax relief expires, then it’s almost certain that some of today’s farm families will be selling land rather than selling corn and tomatoes at the local farmers’ market or grain at the local elevator. Some are able to avoid the tax through savvy planning. But, the cost of estate tax planning, an ongoing endeavor due to changes in farm structure and tax law, is a heavy burden on a farmer’s bottom line in a time of high production costs. While farm income rose 28 percent this year, production expenses rose 12 percent to $320 billion. Some agricultural experts
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Virginia Tech faculty members honored at National FFA Convention BLACKSBURG, VA — The National FFA Organization honored Virginia Tech faculty members Alan McDaniel and Dave Winston, both of Blacksburg, at its national convention, held in Indianapolis. McDaniel received the National FFA VIP Award and Winston was awarded the Honorary American FFA degree. “The VIP citation recognizes the dedicated individuals who contribute to the FFA mission of student success through their hard work and cooperation,” said National FFA Organization CEO Dwight Armstrong. “Without such strong and outstanding commitment, FFA would not be able to help build strong character in its members, who in turn build strong families, communities and industries.” McDaniel has been a horticulture professor for more than 25 years in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He has taught classes in floral design, controlled plant environment and vegetable crops and has served as an academic advisor for numerous students. The National FFA VIP Award is one of the most prestigious honors given by the organization. Winston is the 4-H dairy specialist for Virginia Cooperative Extension and has been teaching at Virginia Tech since 1994. He has also been the advisor for the Dairy Club for the past 14 years and is vice chairman of the National 4-H Dairy Conference Planning Committee. The Honorary American FFA Degree is given to teachers who have created high-quality agriculture education programs that inspire and motivate students. “I am very fortunate to continue to work with FFA members in dairy-related activities,” Winston said. “I was humbled and honored by this recognition from the organization that has been so instrumental in my life.” McDaniel received his bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University and his doctorate from the University of TennesseeKnoxville. Winston received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Virginia Tech. The National FFA Organization uses agricultural education pro-
grams to promote leadership, scholarship, personal growth and career success in the lives of students. The organization supports local and state FFA associations through research and support.
Alan McDaniel received the National FFA VIP Award at its national convention, in Indianapolis.
Dave Winston received the Honorary American FFA degree at its national convention in Indianapolis.
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA — Dairy producers and their employees can improve their calf raising and heifer management skills at two different workshops organized by Penn State Extension and offered at sites across the commonwealth, January through March. The Calf Health and Management Workshop will focus on calf care for animals from birth through 6 months of age. Colostrum management, calf health, vaccines for
calves and younger heifers, calf and weaned calf housing, and calf and weaned calf nutrition are among the topics to be explored. Animal well-being issues will also be discussed. The Heifer Management Workshop explores all factors necessary to effectively and efficiently manage a successful heifer program. The emphasis is on animal wellbeing as it relates to management of heifer nutrition, health and vaccination programs,
reproduction and synchronization, and housing systems. “These workshops are for managers or employees who manage, care and feed calves and heifers,” explains Dr. Jud Heinrichs, professor of dairy and animal science at Penn State, who will be one of the workshop instructors. “Calves and heifers are the future of a dairy farm and their health growth, and wellbeing are important to the success of the dairy.” Other workshop in-
structors include Dr. Ernest Hovingh, Dr. Robert Van Saun, and Dr. David Wolfgang, Penn State Extension veterinarians; and John Tyson and Dan McFarland, Penn State Extension engineers. Each one-day workshop will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on these dates at the following sites: Calf Health and Management Workshop • Mifflin County: Jan. 24, Penns Valley Christian Retreat, McVeytown,
PA; and • Blair County: Jan. 31, The Park at Morrison's Cove, Martinsburg, PA. Heifer Management Workshop • Westmoreland County: Jan. 27, Penn State Cooperative Extension Office in Westmoreland County, Greensburg, PA; • Franklin County: Feb. 23, Penn State Cooperative Extension Office in Franklin County, Chambersburg, PA; • Blair County: Feb. 28, The Park at Morrison's Cove, Martinsburg, PA; • Bradford County: March 1, Edgewood Restaurant, Troy, PA; • Mercer County: March 6, Penn State Cooperative Extension Office in Mercer County, Mercer, PA; and • Lancaster County: March 8, Shady Maple Smorgasbord, East Earl, PA. Advance registration is required. The registration fee is $25 per per-
son, per workshop. Pennsylvania dairy producers and their dairy employees may attend this workshop for the discounted fee of $12.50, thanks to a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. To receive this discount, recipients must be willing to provide their Social Security Number to the Department of Labor and Industry at the workshop. Those unwilling to provide SSN will be charged the full rate of $25. Pennsylvania agribusiness professionals and non-PA dairy producers/employees are not eligible for this reduced registration fee. To register, call tollfree, 888-373-7232, or register online with your credit card at www.extension.psu.edu . Each workshop qualifies for 2 SmartStart credits through AgChoice Farm Credit.
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A look ahead to 2012 by Bob Gray As we move into the new year it is important to take a quick look back on what happened in 2011: Reform of Dairy Policy: We have gotten off to a good start here with the House and Senate leadership support of the Dairy Security Act. It is something we can build on in 2012. Agriculture Immigration Reform: A mixed bag but we have to keep pushing. Any kind of immigration reform legislation is not likely to pass in 2012. However there may be some administrative remedies that can help in the short run. Environmental Regulations: The good news is that we have the attention of our Members of Congress in helping to thwart the over-zealous regulatory efforts of EPA. The pushback has helped to stop and slow down some onerous regulations that have been proposed by the agency. On the downside, EPA continues to push forward on new and more stringent regulations — and legislation to stop these efforts
has often been bottled up in the Senate. Agriculture Program Funding: There is no question that there will be continued cuts in many USDA program such as Conservation, Rural Development and Energy. For the current fiscal year (FY2012), the EQIP program which supports projects at the farm level for manure management actually received an increase in funding over last year’s level. However more cuts in USDA programs are expected in the near future and we will need to make sure animal agriculture receives its fair share of funding. Increasing Truck Weights on Interstate Highways: There may well be a light at the end of the proverbial tunnel on this as support has been building in Congress to give states the authority to increase truck weights on their interstate highways — if they opt to do so — all of which will mean greater efficiency in hauling, and less truck traffic on state and local highways. Marcellus Shale Development: We want to re-
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be vigilant. Political Outlook: Some sunshine but mainly cloudy with storms cropping up periodically and without warning. We have to live with the political gridlock here in D.C. and work our way through it. Source: NDFC E-letter for Dec. 21
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by Tracy Taylor Grondine They say that charity starts at home. And for nearly 15,000 people in the Washington, D.C. area and beyond, that sentiment was wholeheartedly felt in early December as they laid wreaths on graves in Arlington Cemetery. In the true meaning of Christmas, people from all walks of life joined together to honor nearly 100,000 of America’s fallen heroes. The effort, known as Wreaths Across America, was started by Farm Bureau member Morrill Worcester in 1992. Worcester, who owns a wreath company in Harrington, ME, had extra wreaths at the close of that holiday season and wanted to put them to good use. His idea was to honor America’s soldiers buried at Arlington Cemetery. And, as good deeds are contagious, once word got around about Worcester’s goal, others from the community joined in to make it a reality. A local trucking company stepped in to transport the wreaths, volunteers gathered to decorate them with red ribbons and even more people joined forces to place them on older graves that were becoming less and less visited. That was nearly 20 years ago. Today, through the nonprofit 501c3 Worcester formed in 2007 to expand the program, national and state cemeteries also receive Worcester wreaths — nearly 600 locations in the U.S. and beyond. Further, during the annual pilgrim-
age from Harrington to Arlington, the Wreaths Across America organization makes pit stops at schools, veterans’ organizations and cemeteries to teach, honor and remember. Seeing the police-escorted caravan of tractor trailers transporting the wreaths down the highway is a sight to behold. In 2011, Americans from far and wide came by the busloads, in carpools, by Metro and on foot to Arlington Cemetery. There were so many volunteers wanting to help out that wreaths became scarce. And that’s a good thing. What was even more special was the amount of time people spent at individual gravesites reading the headstones and talking with their children about the sacrifices of those soldiers. Because of the generous donation of wreaths and volunteer manpower, many gravesites are decorated, from those in the older section of the cemetery to those that are but a few months old. And Wreaths Across America is hoping to more than double its number of wreaths in 2012 to ensure more fallen soldiers are remembered during the holiday season. It’s people like Morrill Worcester, who gave something that was so much more than just surplus wreaths, who represent the true spirit of Christmas — that of giving, remembering and honoring. It just happens that sometimes the holiday spirit is made even more special when it’s wrapped in balsam and tied with a red ribbon.
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FEEDER CATTLE HAGERSTOWN, MD FEEDER CATTLE: No report.
MT. AIRY NC FEEDER CATTLE: Closed due to Christmas holiday. SILER CITY, NC FEEDER CATTLE: 1405 Feeder Steers: M&L 1-2 200-235# 142-184; 250295# 120-186; 300-345# 125-178; 350-395# 116-169; 400-445# 120-167; 450495# 140-156; 500-547# 130-154; 600-625# 125135.50; 655-680# 111-130; 705-746# 111-130.25; 830845# 105-117; S 1-2 280290# 100-106; 300-330# 102-120; 365-395# 90-110; 405-445# 91-112; 505-540# 100-115. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1-2 160-190# 120-135; 255295# 120-183; 300-345# 120-151; 350-395# 115144; 400-445# 119-148; 450-495# 112-133; 500545# 113-129; 550-595# 107-126; 605-630# 113119; 650-690# 100-115; 710-730# 103-106; 765795# 95-100; 900-918# 84; S 1-2 265-275# 90-110; 350-385# 100-110; 400447# 90-118; 450-490# 90111; 500-545# 100-111; 600-645# 100-109; 650660# 100-105. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1-2 450-495# 116-149; 500545# 118-144; 555-595# 116-13; 600-646# 117-130; 650-692# 105-120; 700745# 90-110; 750-780# 107112; 815-825# 100-101; S 1-2 455-495# 100-111; 500545# 90-115; 550-595# 100110; 605-645# 91-111; 860895# 80-88. BLACKSTONE, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 183. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 600-700# 123; 800-900# 112.50; M&L 2 300-400# 156; 400-500# 148; 500600# 128-137; M&L 3 400500# 135; S 1 400-500# 125. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 300-400# 118; 400-500# 110; 500-600# 110-119; 600-700# 100-107; 800900# 108; M&L 2 300-400# 129; 400-500# 110-116; 500-600# 113-119.50; 600700# 105; M&L 3 300-400# 115; 400-500# 116; 500600# 100-117; S 1 300-400# 112.50; 400-500# 95-111; 500-600# 105. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 300-400# 157; 400-500# 133-138; 500-600# 121; 700-800# 108; M&L 2 300400# 158; 400-500# 131137.50; 500-600# 115-134, mostly 134; 600-700# 114; S 1 300-400# 130; 400-500# 135; 500-600# 99-115; 600-
700# 99-108. N VA FEEDER CATTLE: 1612. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 300-400# 150-165; 400500# 149-174; 500-600# 125-161; 600-700# 112.50139.50; 700-800# 117134.50; 800-900# 114130.50; 1000-1100# 112; M&L 2 200-300# 120; 300400# 131-148; 400-500# 118-175, mostly 134-175; 500-600# 112-130; 600700# 129; 700-800# 119; 900-1000# 110; S 1 300400# 113-121; 400-500# 119-122; 500-600# 116; 600-700# 118. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 300-400# 108; 400500# 85-92; 500-600# 80.50-97 600-700# 8189.50; 700-800# 79-81.50. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 200-300# 118-129; 300400# 122-146; 400-500# 123-145; 500-600# 114-133; 600-700# 102-131.50; 700800# 101-120; M&L 2 200300# 123; 300-400# 105130; 400-500# 108-132.50; 500-600# 100-120; 600700# 110-121, few 89; 700800# 98-114; S 1 300-400# 81-97; 400-500# 110; 500600# 91-105; 600-700# 90110; 700-800# 95. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 200-300# 152-170; 300400# 148-185; 400-500# 128-164; 500-600# 127-151; 600-700# 110-127; 700800# 106-115; 800-900# 9399; 900-1000# 85; M&L 2 200-300# 132-149; 300400# 130-159; 400-500# 132-165; 500-600# 115-149; 600-700# 105-116.50; 800900# 77-86.50; M&L 3 500600# 104; S 1 400-500# 103-119; 500-600# 107-118; 700-800# 91. SW VA FEEDER
CATTLE: 1335. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 200-300# 127-144; 300400# 156-164; 400-500# 141-164; 500-600# 135-145; 600-700# 131.50-144; 700800# 115-144; 800-900# 110-124; 900-1000# 107110; 1000-1100# 95-110; M&L 2 200-300# 125-143; 300-400# 111-164; 400500# 119-157; 500-600# 135-145; 600-700# 125-145; 700-800# 117-129; 800900# 110; 900-1000# 105; 1000-1100# 96. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 200-300# 113-123; 300-400# 94-111; 400-500# 95-105; 500-600# 75-101; 600-700# 70-93; 700-800# 69-70; 800-900# 61; 9001000# 50-84; 1000-1100# 60. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 200-300# 112-146; 300400# 123-150; 400-500# 125-144; 500-600# 120-136; 600-700# 114-130; 700800# 95-115; 800-900# 91.50-100; M&L 2 200-300# 111-120; 300-400# 123-139; 400-500# 116-137.50; 500600# 117-133; 600-700# 110-121; 700-800# 95-100; 800-900# 89-100. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 200-300# 130-150; 300400# 118-168; 400-500# 133-163; 500-600# 122-134; 600-700# 118-128; 700800# 105-115.50; 800-900# 85-108.50; 900-1000# 78; M&L 2 200-300# 110-151; 300-400# 120-159; 400500# 110-158.50; 500-600# 130-139; 600-700# 92-127; 700-800# 102-105; 800900# 88. FREDERICKSBURG, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 84. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 300-400# 152; 600-700# 112.50-113.50; M&L 2 700800# 119. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 400-500# 123-125; 500600# 121-122; M&L 2 200300# 123; 400-500# 132.50; 500-600# 102-118.50; 600-
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700# 98-108. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 200-300# 155; 400-500# 128-141; 600-700# 112.50115; M&L 2 300-400# 159; 500-600# 124.50; M&L 3 500-600# 104; S 1 400-500# 115-119; 500-600# 107-117 FRONT ROYAL, VA FEEDER CATTLE: No report. HOLLINS, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 246. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 300-400# 151-164; 400500# 146-150.50; 500-600# 146.50-152; 600-700# 134145.25; 700-800# 131-134; 800-900# 125; M&L 2 300400# 160; 400-500# 153; 500-600# 140-150; 700800# 110; M&L 3 500-600# 125; 600-700# 122. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 200-300# 117; 400500# 108.50. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 300-400# 138-145; 400500# 128-131; 500-600# 119-121; 600-700# 119122.50; 800-900# 90-96; M&L 2 300-400# 143; 400500# 124-130; 500-600# 108-120; 600-700# 121; 700-800# 105.50; M&L 3 400-500# 100; 600-700# 107. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 300-400# 152-157; 400500# 149.50; 500-600# 139.50-147; 600-700# 123126; 700-800# 117-119; 800-900# 109; M&L 2 400-
500# 144-148.50; 500-600# 143; 600-700# 129. LYNCHBURG, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 522. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 300-400# 165.50; 400-500# 145.50-161; 500-600# 141.50-153; 600-700# 134136.50; 700-800# 121; M&L 2 300-400# 151-171.50, mostly 171.50; 400-500# 144.50-157.50; 500-600# 144.50-155; 600-700# 129.50-134.50; 700-800# 114.50; M&L 3 300-400# 159; 400-500# 10-151, mostly 151; 500-600# 125138; 600-700# 118; S 1 300400# 149; 400-500# 160; 500-600# 139; 600-700# 119. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 300-400# 139-148; 400500# 133-135; 500-600# 124.25-124.75; 600-700# 112-113; 700-800# 103.50; M&L 2 300-400# 141.50155; 400-500# 129.75132.50; 500-600# 126128.25; 600-700# 118.50119; 700-800# 104.25; M&L 3 300-400# 143.50-149.50; 400-500# 123.50-125.50; 500-600# 122; 600-700# 110-117; S 1 300-400# 150; 400-500# 116-118.75; 500600# 110; 600-700# 109.50; 700-800# 92-94.50. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 300-400# 145-170.25, mostly 170.25; 400-500# 147153; 500-600# 127.50-137; 600-700# 124; M&L 2 300400# 150.50-170.50, mostly 170.50; 400-500# 136-
157.50, mostly 157.50; 500600# 129-133; 600-700# 125; S 1 300-400# 160; 400500# 135.50-141.50; 500600# 125.50. MARSHALL, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 112. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 400-500# 119-135; 500600# 121-130; 600-700# 109-118.25; 800-900# 118; M&L 2 500-600# 114.; S 1 600-700# 101.50. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 400-500# 114-121; 500600# 110-115; 600-700# 105-109.50; S 1 500-600# 89-92. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 300-400# 120-126; 400500# 121-128; S 1 300-400# 115; 400-500# 113. NARROWS, VA FEEDER CATTLE: No report ROCKINGHAM, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 98. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 500-600# 126; 600-700# 113. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 300-400# 108; 500600# 97. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 500-600# 116; M&L 2 500600# 113. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 600-700# 123; M&L 2 500600# 115-124. STAUNTON, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 780. Feeder Steers: M&L 1
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Saturday, January 7 • 9:30 AM: Pittsburgh, PA. Very Large Job Completion Auction for Fleischner Excavation. Online bidding available. Alex Lyon & Son, Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc., 315-633-2944, 315-633-9544 • 10:00 AM: 3517 Railroad Ave., Alexander, NY. Z&M Ag & Turf Auction. Public Auction Sale of Farm
Tractors, Machinery, Landscape, Tools, Lawn Tractor & Mowers. Roy Teitsworth, Inc., Auctioneers, 585243-1563. www.teitsworth.com
Charlotte, NC. General Consignment Auction. Godley Auction Co., 704-399-6111, 704399-9756
Monday, January 9
• Kissimmee, FL. Yoder & Frey Auctioneers, Inc., 419-865-3990 firstname.lastname@example.org www.yoderandfrey.com
• 12:30 PM: Hosking Sales, 6096 NYS Rt. 8, New Berlin, NY (30 miles S. of Utica & 6 miles N. of New Berlin). Monthly Heifer Sale. 2 groups reg. cattle from overstocked dairy’s. Outstanding cattle all ages. 1 pm Dairy. We now sell Lambs, Goats, Pigs & Feeders immediately following Dairy. Calves & Cull Beef approx. 5-5:30 pm. Tom & Brenda Hosking 607-699-3637, 607-8478800, cell 607-972-1770 or 1771 www.hoskingsales.com
Thursday, January 12 • Portland, OR. Major Job Completion Auction. Online bidding available. Alex Lyon & Son, Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc., 315633-2944, 315-633-9544
Monday, January 16 • Hosking Sales, 6096 NYS Rt. 8, New Berlin, NY (30 miles S. of Utica & 6 miles N. of New Berlin) . Monthly Lamb, Sheep, Goat & Pig Sale. 1 pm Dairy. We now sell Lambs, Goats, Pigs & Feeders immediately following Dairy. Calves & Cull Beef approx. 5-5:30 pm. Tom & Brenda Hosking 607-699-3637, 607-8478800, cell 607-972-1770 or 1771 www.hoskingsales.com
Wednesday, January 18 • 9:30 AM: Cherry Creek Market, 6732 Pickup Hill Rd., Cherry Creek, NY. Monthly Heifer Sale. Followed by our regular Wednesday sale at 1:30 pm. Empire Livestock Marketing, 716-296-5041
Friday, January 20 • 12:00 Noon: 73 West First Ave., Windsor, PA. Public Auction of Windsor Meat Market. Operating business with retail meat sales & custom slaughtering. Leaman Auctions, 717-464-1128 or 610-6628149 www.leamanauctions.com
Friday, January 27 •
Monday, February 6
Saturday, February 11 • 9:30 AM: Penn Yan, NY. Farm Machinery & farm smalls plus a few household goods for Ivan & Verna Zimmerman. L.W. Horst Auctioneer, 315-536-0954
Saturday, March 24 • Atglen, PA. The Gala at Glen Valley II. Hosted by Glen Valley Farm. The Cattle Exchange, 607-746-2226, email@example.com www.cattlexchange.com
Saturday, March 31 • Cobleskill, NY. 31st Annual Cobleskill Dairy Fashion Sale. Hosted by SUNY Cobleskill Dairy Cattle Club. The Cattle Exchange, 607-746-2226, firstname.lastname@example.org www.cattlexchange.com
Saturday, April 14 • Syracuse, NY. New York Spring Holstein Sale. Held in conjunction with the New York Spring Dairy Carousel. The Cattle Exchange, 607-746-2226, email@example.com www.cattlexchange.com
Saturday, April 21 • Quarryville, PA. Wea-Land Holsteins Complete Dispersal. Landis Weaver & Family, Owners. Co-managed by The Cattle Exchange & Stonehurst Farm. The Cattle Exchange, 607-746-2226, firstname.lastname@example.org www.cattlexchange.com
Saturday, July 21 • Middleburgh, NY. Reflections of Maple Downs Sale. Hosted by Maple Downs Farm II. The Cattle Exchange, 607-746-2226, email@example.com www.cattlexchange.com
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THE FARM SHOW FOR
19-20-21, 20 12 Thurs. 9-4, Fri. 9-4 & Sat. 9-3 Augusta Expoland • Fishersville, VA
Don’t Miss These Exhibitors!! Advance Agra Service, LLC • 508 AIC - Agricultural Instruments Corp • 316 Agco Corporation • 201, O-3 Agri-King • A Agri-Plastics Mfg • 213 Agri-SC • 126 Agri-Service, LLC • O-4B Agrotain International • 144 Airgas • 141, 142 AKE Safety Equipment • 206 American Farm Products • 504 Amerseal Tire Sealant • 162 Animat, Inc • 528 Augusta Cooperative Farm Bureau • 127, 128 Bath Fitter • 515 Beverage Tractor • 100, 102, O-4 Binkley & Hurst LP • 210 Bonny View Farms • O-6 C&C Farm Supply • 134, 135 Camping World of Roanoke • 340, 341, O-4A Cargill Animal Nutrition • 145 Channel Bio, LLC • 517 Charvin Farm Ag Plastics • 315 Chemgro Seeds, Inc • 139 Christian Farmers Outreach • 522 CID Attachments, Inc • 203, 204 Cloverdale Supply, Inc • 216 Cobra Torches • 509 Concrete Jack • 156 Conklin Agrovantage • 313, 314 Country Folks Farm Chronicle • 146 Countryside Organics • 138 Croplan Genetics / Neodak Seeds • 518, 519 Cummings & Bricker, Inc • 105, 106, O-15 Dew Eze Manufacturing • O-11 Ed Hoover Construction • 534 Emm Sales & Service, Inc • O-2A Farm Credit • 125 Farm Family Casualty Insurance Co • 205 Farmer Boy Ag • 118, 119 Fetterville Sales • 143 First Bank & Trust Company • 163 Fisher Auto Parts • 329 Garber Farms • O-7
GCR Tire Centers • 154, 155 General Fertilizer Equipment, Inc • 103 Growers Mineral Solutions • 161 GVM, Inc • 122 H&S Manufacturing • 200, O-1A Hamilton Equipment, Inc • 109 Haybuster / Duratech • 532, 533 Helena Chemical Company • 150 Hoard’s Dairyman • 147 Hotsy of Virginia • 514 Houff Feed & Fertilizer • 130 Hud-Son Forest Equipment, Inc • O-5 Huffman Trailer Sales, Inc • O-1 IBA, Inc • 112 IntelliAir • 531B Iva Manufacturing • 300, 301, 302 James River Equipment • 530, O-17 Jamesway Farm Equipment • 214 Janney Montgomery Scott • 516 Kioti Tractor • B, C, D, E, F Kuhn North America, Inc • 529 L Cubed Corp dba Tam Systems • 123 Lancaster Farming, Inc • O-12 Lanco-Pennland • 309 Lar-Lyn Farms, LLC • 511 Lawrence Ag Equipment • 104 Layman Water Solutions • 124 Liskey Truck Sales, L.C. • O-13 MAX, Mutual Aid Exchange • 507 May Supply Company • 120 Mid-Atlantic Irrigation Co., Inc • 101 Miller’s Storage Buildings • O-16 Morris Distributing • 328 Morton Buildings, Inc • 115 Organic Valley • 317 Outback Heating, Inc • 104B Outdoor Furnace Distributing • O-8 Ownby Auction & Realty Co., Inc • 149 P. Bradley & Sons • 121, O-2 PA Country Equipment • 303 PBZ LLC / Crop Care • 104A Pearson Livestock Equipment • O-10 Perma-Column East, LLC • 151, 152 Pioneer Hi-Bred • 129
Quality Craft Tools • G Quality Metal Works • 207 Recyc Systems, Inc • 339 Restora Life - Natural Way Feeds • 202 Rockbridge Farmers Coop • 148 Rural Community Insurance Service • 140 Ryder Supply Company • 502 Salford Farm Machinery, Ltd • 137 Sanimax • 310 Southern Farm Supply • 215 Stone Hill Construction, Inc • 527 Sukup / LnR Feed & Grain Sys. • 212 T.A. Seeds • 113, 114 Taylor Manufacturing, Inc • 311 Tech Mix, Inc • 505 The Power Connection • 136 Trissel Equipment • 107 Uncommon USA, Inc • 531A United DHIA • 506 VA Golf Cars Inc • 172 Valley Feed Co • 500 Valley Implement Sales • O-6A Valmetal Inc • 214 Virginia Bin Service • 512 Virginia Department of Agriculture & Consumer Srvcs • 120A Virginia Farm Bureau • 211 Virginia Simmental Assoc. • 510 Virginia Trailer Sales/Double H Equipment • O-14 Vulcan Materials Company • 513 Waste Solutions Forum • 132, 133 Whitesel Brothers Inc / W.S. SE Gea • 108 Williams Brothers Tree & Lawn Service • 503 Wood-Mizer Products, Inc • O-9 SKID STEER RODEO SPONSORS Virginia Farm Bureau - Diamond Level TROPHY SPONSOR Virginia Farm Bureau GIVEAWAY SPONSORS Camping World of Roanoke VA Golf Cars Inc
300-400# 165; 400-500# 161-174; 500-600# 125-161; 600-700# 128-136.25; 700800# 125.50-134.50; 800900# 1200-130.50; M&L 2 300-400# 142; 400-500# 134-175; 500-600# 124-130; 600-700# 129; S 1 300-400# 121; 600-700# 118. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 400-500# 89-92; 500-600# 90; 600-700# 8189.50; 700-800# 78-81.50. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 300-400# 143-146; 400500# 123-145; 500-600# 118-125.50; 600-700# 117131.50; 700-800# 101-120; M&L 2 300-400# 127-130; 400-500# 228-124; 500600# 118-120; 600-700# 121; 700-800# 114; S 1 400500# 110; 500-600# 91-105; 600-700# 90-110; 700-800# 95. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 300-400# 167-185; 400500# 143-164; 500-600# 131-151; 600-700# 121; M&L 2 300-400# 130; 400500# 162-165; 500-600# 122-149; 600-700# 116.50.
800# 119; 900-1000# 98. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 500-600# 83; 1100# & up 70. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 200-300# 129.50-133; 300400# 125-143; 400-500# 119-141.50; 500-600# 116.50-126; 600-700# 110.50-121; 700-800# 100111; 800-900# 95-119; M&L 2 300-400# 92-119; 400500# 105-120; 500-600# 111-116; 600-700# 102112.25; 700-800# 66-93; 800-900# 70-96; S 1 300400# 92; 400-500# 93; 500600# 71; 700-800# 84-91. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 200-300# 144; 300-400# 141-153; 400-500# 130-145; 500-600# 125-139; 600700# 115-127; 700-800# 93100; 800-900# 84.50-100; M&L 2 300-400# 111-129; 400-500# 103-118; 500600# 111-124; 600-700# 110-116; 800-900# 72-74; S 1 300-400# 130; 400-500# 100-103; 500-600# 103; 600-700# 98-103; 800-900# 69.
TRI-STATE, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 728. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 200-300# 127; 300-400# 158-163; 400-500# 142-164; 500-600# 135-140; 600700# 131.50-141; 700-800# 129.50-131.50; 800-900# 110; 900-1000# 110; 10001100# 100-110; M&L 2 200300# 125; 300-400# 111140; 400-500# 119-140; 500-600# 135-137; 600700# 125; 700-800# 129; 800-900# 110; 900-1000# 105; 1000-1100# 96. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 400-500# 95; 500600# 84-100 600-700# 8791.50. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 200-300# 146; 300-400# 123-150; 400-500# 131-144; 500-600# 122-131; 600700# 114-130; 700-800# 107-115; 800-900# 100; M&L 2 200-300# 111-120; 300-400# 123-135; 400500# 116-132.50; 500-600# 117-126; 600-700# 1100118; 700-800# 96; 800-900# 100. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 200-300# 135-140; 300400# 121-168; 400-500# 133-163; 500-600# 122-134; 600-700# 118-128; 700800# 105-115.50; 800-900# 105-108.50; M&L 2 200300# 110; 300-400# 121; 400-500# 111-150; 500600# 132-139; 600-700# 92127; 700-800# 105; 800900# 88.
WYTHE COUNTY, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 296. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 200-300# 131-142; 300400# 156; 400-500# 141156; 500-600# 144.50-145; 600-700# 137-144; 700800# 130-144; 800-900# 121-124; M&L 2 200-300# 143; 300-400# 143-164; 400-500# 146.50-157; 500600# 140.50-145; 600-700# 140-145; 700-800# 117128.50; 800-900# 110. Feeder Holstein Steers: L 2-3 200-300# 114-123; 300-400# 95-111; 400-500# 99-101; 500-600# 75-100 600-700# 87-93; 700-800# 69; 800-900# 61; 900-1000# 50-84. Feeder Heifers: M&L 1 200-300# 130; 300-400# 140; 400-500# 125-137.50; 500-600# 135-136; 600700# 115-123; 700-800# 112-112.50; 800-900# 91.5093; M&L 2 200-300# 120; 300-400# 134-139; 400-500# 125-137.50; 500600# 123-133; 600-700# 117-121; 700-800# 100; 800-900# 89. Feeder Bulls: M&L 1 200-300# 150; 300-400# 118-160; 400-500# 138.0139.50; 500-600# 128.50129.50; 600-700# 120-127; 700-800# 110-115; 800900# 85-95; 151; 300-400# 147.50-159; 400-500# 134158.50; 500-600# 130; 600700# 116-118.
WINCHESTER, VA FEEDER CATTLE: 583. Feeder Steers: M&L 1 300-400# 140-149; 400500# 148-149.50; 500-600# 137-145.50; 600-700# 126134; 700-800# 123-125.25; 800-900# 125.50; 9001000# 126; 1000-1100# 109.50; M&L 2 300-400# 117-141.50; 400-500# 110124; 600-700# 110; 700-
SLAUGHTER CATTLE SILER CITY, NC SLAUGHTER CATTLE: Slaughter Cows: Breaker 70-80% lean 1420-1825# 63.50-74.50; 1405-1780# hi dress 74-84; Boner 80-85% lean 795-890# 66-69; 765875# hi dress 71-77; 9251325# 65-72.50; 935-1375# hi dress 73-83; 935-1360# lo
dress 50-63.50; Lean 8590% lean 755-775# 61.5063.50; 635-790# lo dress 40-56; 800-920# 55-64; 820980# hi dress 67-69; 815965# lo dress 46-51. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1285-1495# hi dress 85-92; 1135-1470# lo dress 67-78; 1535-2080# 78-84; 15252120# hi dress 86-92. Cows/Calf Pairs: 2. S 1-2 750-850# middle age cows w/100-200# calves 700760/pr. Baby Calves, per head: Hols. 30-60. MT. AIRY SLAUGHTER CATTLE: Closed due to Christmas holiday. SW VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 432. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 5573; 1200-1600# 60-77; HY 1200-1600# 75-93.50; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 57-69; 1200-2000# 6268.50; HY 1200-2000# 7077; Lean 85-90% lean 750850# 47-64; 850-1200# 5068. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 70-84.50; 15002500# 70-92; HY 10001500# 78.50-92; 15002500# 83-96. Cows Ret. to Farm: 135. L 1, 5 yrs. old 855# 1010/hd; L 1, 8-12 yrs. old 10001200# 950-1490/hd; M 1, 512 yrs. old, 900-1150# 8101300/pr; M 1, 5-6 yrs. old 850-1200# 810-1080/pr. Cows w/Calves at side: 25. L 1, 3 yrs. old w/calf 175# 850# 890/pr; L 1, w/calves 100-300# 9901300# 995-1600/pr; M 1, w/calves 150-255# 9001200# 1100-1625/pr. Calves Ret. to Farm: 24. Hols. Bulls 70-100# 40/hd; 100-130# 116/cwt.. HAGERSTOWN, MD SLAUGHTER CATTLE: No report. N VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 475. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 64.50-73; 1200-1600# 63.25-74.50, few 54; HY 1200-1600# 69.75-85; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 51-69.50; 1200-2000# 5571.50; HY 1200-2000# 67.75-75.50; Lean 85-90% lean 750-850# 37-55.50; 850-1200# 52.50-74. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 60-76; 15002500# 73-81, few 61; HY 1000-1500# 79; 1500-2500# 71-84.75. Cows Ret. to Farm: 48. L 1, 3-8 yrs. old 1245-1526# 1100-1225/hd; M&L 1, few 2, 3-12 yrs. old bred 2-8 mos. 800-1450# 6001075/hd. Cows w/Calves at side: 23. M 1, 3-5 yrs. old w/calves 200-250# 885-910# 11751225/pr; L 1, 3-8 yrs. old
w/calves 215-220# 14501645# 1400-1625/pr. Calves Ret. to Farm: 75. Hols. Bulls 70-100# 1492.50/hd; 100-130# 42.50141/cwt. BLACKSTONE, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 67. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 6270; 1200-1600# 60-70; HY 1200-1600# 71-75; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 5260; 1200-2000# 54-65; Lean 85-90% lean 750-850# 3035; 850-1200# 45-55. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 69.50-75.50; 1500-2500# 65-70; HY 1500-2500# 71-73.50. FREDERICKSBURG, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 58. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 64.50; HY 1200-1600# 69.75-73.75; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 58.5066.75; 1200-2000# 59-65; HY 1200-2000# 67.7575.50. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# mostly 60.5071.50, 1500-2500# 65.5070; HY 1500-2500# 76. Slaughter Steers: Ch 2-3 1300-1500# 123. Slaughter Heifers: Ch 23 1000-1200# 118.50119.25; 1200-1400# 126.75.
FRONT ROYAL, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 71. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 1200-1600# 54-64; HY 1200-1600# 7074; Boner 80-85% lean 8001200# 51-66.50; 12002000# 60-70.50; Lean 8590% lean 750-850# 37-51. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1500-2500# 61-71. Slaughter Steers: Ch 2-3 1100-1300# 120-129; 13001500# 104-133, mostly 124133; 1500-1850# 99.50-131; Sel 2-3 1100-1300# 119. Slaughter Heifers: Ch 23 1000-1200# 116-125; 1200-1400# 119-132; 14001600# 131.50; Sel 2-3 10001200# 70. HOLLINS, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 50. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 1200-1600# 68.50-69.50; HY 12001600# 72-75; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 65-68.50; 1200-2000# 65.50-69; Lean 85-90% lean 850-1200# 6065.50. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1500-2500# 70-83. LYNCHBURG, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 217 Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 6875; 1200-1600# 70-77.50; HY 1200-1600# 78-80; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 63-71.50; 1200-2000# 6071.50; HY 1200-2000# 72-
76; Lean 85-90% lean 750850# 45-58; 850-1200# 5065. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 67-77.50; 15002500# 66.50-77; HY 10001500# 78-85; 1500-2500# 78-88. MARSHALL, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 42. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 1200-1600# 69.50-70; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 60-69; HY 1200-2000# 71-73.50; Lean 85-90% lean 750-850# 3849.25; 850-1200# 40.2553.50. Cows w/Calves at side: 10. M&L 2-3, 4-10 yrs. old w/calves 125-225# 9001150# 900-1000/pr. Calves Ret. to Farm: 15. Hols. Bulls 70-100# 5-25/hd; 100-130# 50-60/cwt. ROCKINGHAM, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 178. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 1200-1600# 60-65; HY 1200-1600# 71; Boner 80-85% lean 8001200# 58-67.50; 12002000# 55-67.50; HY 12002000# 68-70.50; Lean 8590% lean 850-1200# 55-64. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 79; 1500-2500# 71-76. Calves Ret. to Farm: 73. Hols. Bulls 70-100# 1492.50/hd; 100-130# 141/cwt. STAUNTON, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 32. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 73; 1200-1600# 72.50-74.50; HY 1200-1600# 76; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 52.50-69.50; 1200-2000# 56.50-69.50; HY 12002000# 70.50-75; Lean 8590% lean 850-1200# 56-74. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 76; 1500-2500# 72-78.50. Cows Ret. to Farm: 7. L 1, 3-8 yrs. old 1245-1526# 1100-1225hd. Cows w/Calves at Side: 21. L 1, 3-8 yrs. old w/calves 215-270# 1450-1645# 1400-1635/hd. TRI-STATE, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 115. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 5564; 1200-1600# 60-70; HY 1200-1600# 75-79; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 60.50-64; 1200-2000# 6268; HY 1200-2000# 70; Lean 85-90% lean 750850# 50-53.50; 850-1200# 53-68. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 75-84.50; 15002500# 78-85; HY 10001500# 86.50; 1500-2500# 88.50. Cows Ret. to Farm: 7. L 1, 5 yrs. old 855# 1010/hd; M 1, 5-6 yrs. old 850-1200#
810-1080/hd. Cows w/Calves at Side: 1. L 1, 3 yrs. old w/calf 175# 850# 890/pr. WINCHESTER, VA SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 151. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 6571; 1200-1600# 64.5072.50; HY 1200-1600# 7382.50; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 5568.50; 12002000# 60-67; Lean 85-90% lean 750-850# 52; 8501200# 48-59.50. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 65-78.75; 15002500# 77-77.25; HY 10001500# 88.50; 1500-2500# 84-84.50. Cows Ret. to Farm: 65. M&L 1, few M&L 2, 3-12 yrs. old bred 2-8 mos. 8631310# 635-1020/hd. Calves Ret. to Farm: 6. Hols. Bulls 70-100# 12.50/hd; 100-130# 5465/cwt. WYTHE CO SLAUGHTER CATTLE: 264. Slaughter Cows: Breaker 75-80% lean 850-1200# 58.50-73; 1200-1600# 6577; HY 1200-1600# 8288.50; Boner 80-85% lean 800-1200# 57-69; 12002000# 64-68; HY 12002000# 77; Lean 85-90% lean 750-850# 54-64; 8501200# 56-68. Slaughter Bulls: YG 1-2 1000-1500# 70-76; 15002500# 78.50-92; HY 10001500# 78.50-92; 15002500# 94-96. Cows Ret. to Farm: 120. L 1, 8-12 yrs. old 10001200# 950-1490/hd; M 1, 51300/hd. Cows w/Calves at Side: 23. M 1, 150-255# 9001200# 1100-1625/pr; L 1, 100-300# calves 990-1300# 995-1600/pr. Calves Ret. to Farm: 12. Hols. Bulls 70-100# 40/hd. HOG REPORT HAGERSTOWN, MD PIGS No report. NC SOWS: 300-399# 4659; 400-449# 44.61-54.58; 450-499# 44.61-59.50; 500549# 54.09-60.50; 550# & up 54-61. FREDERICKSBURG, VA HOGS: No report. HOLLINS, VA HOGS: No report. MARSHALL, VA HOGS: No report. N VA HOGS: No report. ROCKINGHAM, VA HOGS: No report.
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MARKET REPORTS S VA HOGS: No report. STAUNTON, VA HOGS: No report. WINCHESTER, VA HOGS: No report. WYTHE CO, VA HOGS: No report. LAMB & GOAT MARKET N VA SHEEP: 98. Slaughter Lambs: Spring, Wooled Ch & Pr 1-2 60-80# 176.50-195; 80-110# 168-179; Spring, Wooled Gd & Ch 1-3 3 60-90# 177. Slaughter Ewes: Gd 2-4 64; Util 1-3 96.
80# 80-90; Sel 2 20-40# 45; 40-60# 50-55; 60-80# 75. Yearlings: Sel 1 60-80# 110-130; 80-100# 140-160; Sel 2 60-80# 90. Does/Nannies: Sel 1 70100# 135-170; Sel 2 50-70# 50-60. Wethers: Sel 1 100-150# 197. Bucks/Billies: Sel 1 70100# 105-120; 100-150# 155-175; 150-250# 185-205 SILER CITY, NC SHEEP: 14. Slaughter Ewes: Gd 100200# 150-175; Util 80-100# 115; Cull 60-120# 55-60. STAUNTON, VA SHEEP: No report.
HAGERSTOWN, MD LAMBS: No report. HAGERSTOWN, MD GOATS: No report. N VA GOATS: No report S VA SHEEP: No report. S VA GOATS: 7. Kids: Sel 1-2 40-60# 60. Bucks: Sel 1-2 110-150# 120/hd. Does: Sel 1-2 50-70# 95115. MT. AIRY SHEEP: Closed due to Christmas holiday. MT. AIRY GOATS: Closed due to Christmas holiday. FREDERICKSBURG, VA SHEEP: no report FREDERICKSBURG, VA GOATS: No report.
STAUNTON, VA GOATS: No report.
WINCHESTER, VA SHEEP: 18. Slaughter Lambs: Wooled, Gd & few Ch 1-2 30-60# 184; 60-90# 180182.50. Slaughter Rams/Ewes: Gd 2-4 65-94. Slaughter Rams: all grades 66-88. WINCHESTER, VA GOATS: 39. Kids: Sel 1-2 20-40# 130149; 40-60# 180-190; 6080# 123-180; Sel 3 40-60# 85-131; 60-80# 60. Bucks: Sel 1-2 70-110# 125; 100-150# 111-146; 150-250# 99-114. Does: Sel 1-2 70-100# 90-111. WYTHE CO SHEEP: No report.
HOLLINS, VA GOATS: No report
WYTHE CO GOATS: No report.
MARSHALL, VA GOATS: No report. ROCKINGHAM, VA GOATS: No report ROCKINGHAM, VA SHEEP: 10. Slaughter Lambs: Spring, Wooled Ch & Pr 1-2 80-110# 179. SHENANDOAH SHEEP: 88. Slaughter Lambs: Spring, Wooled Ch & Pr 1-2 60-80# 176.50-195; 80-110# 168-179; Spring, Wooled Gd & Ch 1-3 60-90# 177. Slaughter Ewes: Gd 2-4 64; Util 1-3 96. SILER CITY, NC GOATS: 110 Slaughter and Replacement Classes: Kids: Sel 1 under 20# 30; 20-40# 47.5057.50; 40-60# 65-77.50; 60-
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----. Elevators: Cleveland ----, -----, ----; Belhaven ----, -----, ----; Chadbourn ----, -----, ---; Clement ----, 11.23, ----; Creswell 6.36, 11.13, ----; Elizabeth City 6.37, 11.34, ---; Greenville ----, -----, ----; Lumberton ----, -----, ----; Monroe ----, 11.34, ----; Norwood 6.57, 10.89, ----; Pantego ----, -----, ----; Register ---, 10.73, ----; Warsaw #2 6.61, -----, ----. Soybean Processors: Fayetteville, 11.68; Raleigh, 11.68.
CASH GRAIN MARKET NC GRAIN US 2 Yellow Corn was 910¢ higher. Prices were 6.57-7.01, mostly 6.57-6.81 at the feed mills and 6.366.61, mostly 6.57 at the elevators. US 1 Yellow Soybeans were 9-14¢ higher. Prices were 11.68 at the processors, 10.89-11.44 at the feed mills and 10.7311.34, mostly 11.34 at the elevators. US 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat was not available. Soybean Meal (f.o.b.) at the processing plants was 320/ton for 48% protein. Feed Mills: Bladenboro 6.76, -----, ----; Candor 6.87, -----, ----; Cofield 6.57, 11.44, ----; Laurinburg 6.76, -----, ----; Monroe 6.81, -----, ----; Nashville 7.01, -----, ----; Roaring River 6.91, -----, ---; Rose Hill 6.76, -----, ----; Selma ----, 10.89, ----; Statesville 6.66, -----, 7.17; Warsaw 6.76, -----, ----; Pantego #2 6.81, -----,
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Team mac ‘n’ cheese with holiday leftovers Macaroni and cheese is, without doubt, one of America’s most popular comfort foods. It’s quite adaptable and can be served as a festive side to roast beef, lamb or pork, chicken or turkey. It’s also the perfect partner to enjoy with that leftover holiday ham, and travels well, too, for tailgate or bring-a-dish gatherings. Its roots here are in the South, and was first served at a White House dinner hosted by Thomas Jefferson. His cousin Mary Randolph help to popularize it with a mention in her cookbook “The Virginia Housewife,” published in 1824. The macaroni dish featured here is simple to prepare using a mixture of three distinct cheeses, and has an incredible rich, creamy texture, thanks to a combination of Jarlsberg and American cheese. The fresh goat cheese adds just the right touch of delicious tangy flavor. While a curly pasta version is pictured, you also can use classic elbow. With so many tasty possibilities, don’t feel limited to the variations suggested below.
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JAN 22-24 The National Mastitis Council (NMC) 51st Annual Meeting TradeWinds Island Grand Resort, 5500 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach, FL. For dairy professionals from around the world to exchange current information on udder health, mastitis control, milking management and milk quality. Call 727-3676461. On Internet at www.nmconline.org FEB 1 Extension Home Study Courses The purpose of the courses is to teach producers about production principles for beef, sheep or meat goats that will help their operations become more profitable. For more details or to sign up for a course, go to http://guest.cvent.com/d/s dqb58 or call 877-489-1398. To speak to one of the instructors you can contact the Penn State Extension Office in Bedford County at 814-623-4800 or in Fulton County at 717-485-4111. Cost for the course is $45 if taking over e-mail/internet (sheep and meat goat courses only) and $80 if taking through the postal service. Deadline for registration is Jan. 23, 2012.
FEB 1-3 Southern Farm Show NC State Fairgrounds. Over 300 exhibiting companies make the Southern Farm Show the largest agricultural exposition in the Carolinas and Virginia. Free admission and free parking make the show a can’t miss for farmers, as well as allied professionals including landscapers and excavation contractors.Show Hours: Wednesday through Friday 9 am - 4 pm. Admission is free. Call 800-849-0248. On Internet at www.southernfarmshow .com FEB 1-4 2012 Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Trade Show Nashville, TN. Advanced registration is open until Jan. 11, 2012. To register visit www.beefusa.org or contact Kristin Torres at ktorres @beef.org. FEB 4 Mid-Atlantic Small Flock Poultry Expo University of Maryland Extension-Carroll County Office & Carroll County Agriculture Center, 700 Agriculture Center Dr., Westminster, MD. 8:30 am - 3:30 pm. Adults $10 pre-registration
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MAR 28 Virginia Food and Beverage Expo Greater Richmond Convention Center, downtown Richmond, VA. 9 am - 4 pm. Hundreds of Virginia foods and beverages will be on display, allowing attendees an opportunity to meet one on one with producers, select new items for their stores, restaurants or hotels and place orders right on the show floor. The Expo will feature the popular “Best New Products Awards” competition as well. Admission is free. The show is open exclusively to the food and beverage trade, not open to the public. As a special bonus for the 2012 show, anyone attending the Virginia Food and Beverage Expo will be able to attend the Wineries Unlimited Trade Show in the adjacent exhibit hall for free. Contact Lisa Lloyd, 804-7864278 or e-mail lisa.lloyd@ vdacs.virginia.gov On Internet at www.vaexpo.com
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nity and reproductive efficiency. The most remarkable effect of trace minerals supplementation in this study was on udder health. The trial data from Cornell University indicates that Multimin®90 pre-treated cows had: • Decreased somatic cell count from 299 660 to 218 964; • The incidence of subclinical mastitis was reduced from 10,4 percent to 8,0 percent; • The incidence of clinical mastitis in multiparous cows was reduced from 25, 4 percent to 19, 7 percent; • Decreased incidence of endometritis from 34,2 percent to 28,6 percent; and • Decreased incidence of stillbirth from 6, 1 percent to 4, 3 percent. In conclusion, the administration of three subcutaneous trace mineral injections (at dry-off, 30 days prepartum, and 35 days postpartum) could be a useful strategy, especially for farms with known serious udder health problems.
Based on these results from the Cornell University, the University of Florida concluded that using Multimin®90 increased yearly revenues with milk sales and calf sales and decreased the cost with clinical mastitis even though it had additional cost of purchase and administration of Multimin®90. As expected, cow sales income, feed cost, breeding cost, replacement cost and other cost were not different. Most of the economic benefit was from milk sales and although variation in the milk bonus for reducing somatic cell count greatly affects the overall profit, a bonus of $0,1/cwt and $0,3/cwt resulted in a $34 and $92 /cow/year profit respectively, when using Multimin®90. Trial data of University of Idaho also indicated that injecting day old Holstein calves with Multimin®90 is a safe way of pre-treating calves with Zinc, Selenium, Manganese and Copper since cow’s milk is a poor source of trace minerals. For more information visit www.multiminusa.com.
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DIRECTIONS TO THE KEYSTONE FARM SHOW FROM THE SOUTH: Take I-83 North to Exit 15 (Old Exit #5) (S. George St. Business 83) Turn left at the second traffic light (Country Club Rd) Follow Country Club Rd. to Richland Ave. Turn right on Richland to Market St. Turn left on Market to the York Fairgrounds. FROM THE NORTH: Take I-83 to Exit 22 (Old Exit #10) (N. George St.) At second traffic light, take Rt 30 West to the Carlisle Ave Exit. Turn left on Carlisle Ave. (Rt #74) to York Fairgrounds. FROM THE EAST: Take Rt 30 West to Carlisle Ave. Exit turn left on Carlisle Ave.(Rt#74) to York Fairgrounds. FROM THE WEST: Take Route 462 (W. Market St.) from Rt 30. Follow Market St. to Highland Ave. Turn left on Highland Ave. to York Fairgrounds. FROM THE NORTHWEST: Take Rt#74 (Carlisle Ave) directly to York Fairgrounds.
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JANUARY 4-5-6, 2011 Tues. 9-4, Wed. 9-4, Thurs. 9-3 York Fairgrounds• York, PA KEYSTONE FARM SHOW
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Pennsylvania’s own Kencove brings fencing to the Farm Show Indiana County company to showcase array of fence supplies at Keystone Farm Show BLAIRSVILLE, PA — Kencove Farm Fence Supplies has been part of the flourishing Pennsylvania agribusiness industry for over 30 years. Naturally, the company wouldn’t miss the chance to interact with the thousands of attendees expected for the 2012 Keystone Farm Show, one of the marquee events on the Pennsylvania agribusiness calendar. The company from Blairsville, Indiana County will travel east to the York Fairgrounds with a plethora of fencing gadgetry and materials in tow. Visitors to booths W318 and W319 can expect to see everything from hydraulic post drivers, electric fence energizers, hightensile wire, composite fence posts and portable electric netting on display. Kencove will also have on hand its latest innovation, the Solar Dolly™, a handcart designed to house a solarpowered electric fencing system. “Fences aren’t always the first thing on farmers’ minds, but a well-built and functioning fence is truly important,” said Bonita Whalen, a Kencove product specialist. “They don’t just make
for good neighbors but also increase the value of your property and protect the value of livestock and crops.” Visitors to Kencove’s booths can also expect plenty of free advice and literature courtesy of the product specialists. “Getting the chance to answer people’s questions is my favorite part of these shows,” Whalen said. “I’ve made many friends and loyal customers over the years just by helping someone fix a basic problem with their fences. You also learn new tips and techniques that you didn’t know existed.” The Keystone Farm Show runs from Jan. 3 to 5 at the York Fairgrounds in York, PA. About Kencove Kencove Farm Fence Supplies is a family-owned, nationwide distributor of high-tensile, electric, woven-wire and horse fence systems, along with solar fencing and rotational grazing supplies. Since 1980, the company has committed itself to serve farmers and fence builders with fast, friendly service and expert advice. The company operates from its headquarters in Blairsville, PA and warehouse in Earl Park, IN. To learn more, please visit www.kencove.com or call 800- KENCOVE.
JANUARY 3-4-5, 2012 YORK FAIR GROUNDS • YORK, PA TUES. 9-4 • WED. 9-4 • THURS. 9-3
DAUPHIN COUNTY COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SEMINAR ROOM 2 LOCATED IN THE TOYOTA ARENA
SEMINAR SCHEDULE TUES. JANUARY 3, 2012 11am-11:30am The Fate of Pesticides in the Environment, Paul H. Craig, Penn State Cooperative Extension (1 Core Credit)
11:30am-12pm Soybean Pest Management Update, Del Voight, (1 Category Credit)
1:00pm-1:30pm Surfactant Management To Increase Pesticide Efficiency, Mena Hautau (1 Core Credit) Kencove Farm Fence Supplies will have the Solar Dolly™ on display at the Keystone Farm Show. Visit them in booths W318 and W319.
1:30pm-2:00pm What’s New in Herbicides for 2012, John Bray (1 Category Credit)
WED., JANUARY 4, 2012
11am-11:30am Soybean Pest Management, Del Voight (1 Category Credit)
11:30am-12pm Spill Management, Bill Ridon (1 Core Credit)
1:00pm-1:30pm What’s New in Herbicides for 2012, John Bray (1 Category Credit)
1:30pm-2:00pm Pesticide Record Keeping Requirements, Bill Ridon (1 Core Credit)
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Help is here for livestock manure odor and nutrient management problems ElectroCell Technologies, booth No. 705 and outside at No. 722 at the Keystone Farm Show, has a solution for you. The company provides a simple, effective BioElectric treatment program that’s been proven in nine states to solve your unhappy neighbor issues and manage your nutrient plan more efficiently. There are many more ways to disrupt your livestock raising business these days than there were before. Neighbors are upset about nuisance odors as they gain more access and status in township hearings on new permits and those up for renewal or expansion. Nutrient management plans can force you to find new ground to spread your manure at great cost in both time and money. The people at ElectroCell Technologies can provide you with a treatment service plan to treat your manure at your farm that will have your neighbors literally playing with their kids and pets outside right next to fields where liquid manure was spread moments before. Sound too good to be true? Heard all this before about pit additives that solve odor problems that didn’t really work? Talk to hog farmer Dale Nolt, located in Mannheim, PA. Dale is a proponent of good community relations. When a new housing development dropped into a field adjacent to his
cropland, Dale took it upon himself to control any potential issues with his new neighbors regarding odors they may smell for several days after manure was applied to his fields. These folks were new and not used to having agriculture next door and had little experience with the periodic land application of manure. His solution was to host community days with the neighborhood at his farm: offer hay rides, pig roasts, bible studies and “chore days.” Another way he has bolstered this relationship was by researching innovative ways to reduce some of his agricultural odors. So Dale looked into the ElectroCell treatment program through some fellow farms that had used the service and he found out about the “try before you buy” deal they offer. If it doesn’t work the first time, quantified by independent lab analysis, you don’t pay a thing and it ends there. If it does work, your odor problems are solved and ElectroCell comes on your farm for a few days two or three times a year, depending on your needs. You only pay for the service, no equipment costs. And what were his neighbor’s reactions? “Amazing,” said Dale, “People were out playing with their kids and pets in back yards that go right up to my field, they didn’t smell a thing!” Big changes also happened at James
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THE FARM SHOW FOR FARMERS!
JANUARY 3-4-5, 2012 Tues. 9-4, Wed. 9-4 & Thurs. 9-3 • York, PA
The Keystone Farm Show Has More Commercial Exhibits Than Any Other Farm Show In PA! ABS Global, Inc • W-309 ACR Metal Roofing • 128 Adams Building Contractors of PA • W-320, W-321 Adams Supply • W-314 ADM - Crop Risk Management • 212 Advanced Biofuels USA • H-308 Advanced Biological Marketing • E-363 Advanced Solar Industries, LLC • 622, 623 Aerotech Ventilation Systems • 288, 289 AET Consulting • 260 Ag Com, Inc & Miller Chemical • E-359, E-360 Ag Essentials • 258, 259 AgChoice Farm Credit • 234 Aggrand Fertilizers • 707 Agpoint Construction Services • 129 Agri Analysis Inc • 621 Agri-Basics, Inc • 242, 243 Agri-King • 126 Agri-Nutrition Consulting, Inc • L-300 Agri-Plastics Mfg • 448 Agri-SC • 209 Agri-Service • O-104 Agri-Trac, Inc • W-330 Agromatic, Inc • 219, 220 AIC - Agricultural Instruments Corp • 532 Albers Dairy Equipment • W-300, W-301 American Farm Mortgage • 718 American Farm Products • 531 Amerseal Tire Sealant • 604 Anderson Group • W-348B Animal Medic / PortaCheck, Inc.• E-373 Appleby Systems, Inc • 437 Atlantic Tractor, Deer Country, Finch Services • W-353 Automatic Farm Systems • 121 AutoVent, LLC • 253, O-109 B&R Distributing • S Bag Man, LLC • 270, 271 Baker Lime • 208 Balsbaugh Insurance Agency, Inc • E-348 Bath Fitter • 703, 704 Beco Equipment • 215, 216 Beiler-Campbell Realtors & Auctioneers • L-306 Benco Poly Film • 211 Bergman Mfg., Inc • 274 Better Bilt Storage, Inc • 138 Binkley & Hurst LP • E-352, O-315 Bio-Vet, Inc • W-313 Bobcat of York • E-379 Boumatic • 120 Brecknock Builders LLC • 616 Brown Bear Corp • 537 Business Lease Consultants, Inc • W-325 CB Structures • 412 CBM Electronic Lighting • L-213, L-214 C.H. Evans • 709 C.K. Replacement Stalls • E-353A Canns-Bilco Distributors, Inc • W-328, W-329 Cargill, Inc • E-344 Cedar Crest Equipment • 130 Central Petroleum Company (Cen-Pe-Co) • W-351 Channel Bio, LLC • 232, 233 Chase’s Farm and Home (Conklin) • H Chemgro Seed Co • W-323, W-324 Chesapeake Bay Foundation • L-204
Christian Farmers Outreach • 712 Claas of America • 102 Clean Cutter Flail & Tiller Blade Co • 419 Cobra Torches, Inc • 218 Conewango Products Corp. • 223, 234 Conklin Agrovantage System • 430 Conklin Company • 715, 716 Country Folks • 720 CPS • 200, 201, 202, 203 Cramaro Tarp Systems, Inc • 413 Crop Care Equipment by Paul B, LLC • 113 CRV • 612 Cummings & Bricker, Inc • E-354 Dairy Marketing Services • E-341, E-342, E-343 Dairy One • E-345, E-346 Dairymaster USA, Inc • E-367 Deep Valley Farm • E-357 Dekalb / Asgrow • W-352 DeLaval, Inc • 227B, 228, 229, 229A, 230, 231 Dick Meyer Co., Inc • 284 Diesel Pro Inc • 606 Diller Equipment • L-212, O-108 Dixie Chopper Lawn Mowers • E-309, E-310 Doeblers • W-339, W-340 Donegal Insurance Group • 411 Dow Agriscience • 213, 214 Dr. Register & Assoc., Inc • W-305 Dryhill Mfg / Twin Valley Farms Service, LLC • 505, 515, 449A DTN - The Progessive Farmer • 220A Dyna Products • O-307 Dyna-Tech Industries • 250, 250A E&F Ag Systems, LLC • E-311 Ed Hoover Construction, LLC • D Edward Jones • 719 Elanco Animal Health • E-334, E-335 Electrocell Technologies • 705, 722 Eli Fisher Construction • 441 EM Herr Equipment • 446 Emm Sales & Service, Inc • E-369, E-370 Energy Systems & Installations • 614, 615 Equipment Service • 442 Esch Mfg • E-375 Everett Cash Mutual Insurance Group • E-356 Evergreen Fence, Inc • W-311 Farm and Land Realty, Inc • L-301 Farm Works Software • 414, 415 Farmco Mfg • O-308 Farmer Boy Ag Supply • 125 Farmer’s Friend • 600 Farming, The Journal of Northeast Ag • 618 Fastline Publications • 610 Feedmobile, Inc - FMI • E-368 Fetterville Sales • H-304 Fisher & Thompson, Inc • 110 Five Star International • O-313 F.M. Brown’s Sons, Inc • 409, 410 Franklin Builders • 225, 226 Frontlink, Inc • 417, 418 Fulton Bank • 206 Garber Farms • 503, 451 GEA Farm Technologies, Inc • 104A Genex Cooperative • W-312 Glatfelter Pulp Wppd Co • 711
Goodville Mutual Casualty Co • E-316, E-317 Great Plains Mfg., Inc • W-348A Gro-Mor Plant Food Co Inc • 127 Ground Water Assesment • E-340 Growers Mineral Solutions • 246 Growmark FS, LLC • E-321, E-322 GVM, Inc • 114 H&S Manufacting Co. Inc • W-354, O-304 Hamilton Equipment, Inc • 445 Hardi North America, Inc • E-371 Harsco Minerals • 536 Hawauanmoon • 607 Hershey Equipment Co., Inc • 444 Hillside Ag Construction, LLC • W-337, W-338 Hoard’s Dairyman • L-209 Homestead Nutrition, Inc • 285, 286, 287 Hoober Feeds • E-314 Hoober, Inc • E-377, O-314 Hoof Trimmers Association, Inc • 269 Horning Mfg., LLC • 501 Hubbard Feeds • L-201 Hubner Seed • H-302, H-303 Hud-Son Forest Equipment • 236, 237 IBA, Inc • E-327, E-328 Idiehl LLC • 700, 701 International Silo Association • L-208A Iva Manufacturing • E-318, E-319, E-320 J&B Contractors • E-305 J&D Manufacturing • 280, 281 J&J Silo Co., LLC • 291 J. L. Gossert & Co. Forestry • E-347 J.S. Woodhouse Co., Inc • 440 Jamesway Farm Equipment • 135 Jaylor Fabricating, Inc • W-349 Jefo USA, Inc • 207 Kamar Products, Inc • E-358 Kel-Krop Enterprises LLC • W-306, W-307 Kencove Farm Fence • W-318, W-319 Keystone Concrete Products • 272, 273 Keystone Group Ag Seeds • E-361, E-362 King Construction • 254, 255 King’s Agri-Seeds, Inc • 403,404 Kitchen Saver • H-309 Kubota Tractor, Corp • 123 Kuhn North America, Inc • 100 Kuhns Mfg., LLC • B Kutz Farm Equipment, Inc • I, J, K, L M, N, O, P, Q Lancaster Ag Products • 427 Lancaster Dairy Farm Automation • 502 Lancaster DHIA • W-332, W-333 Lancaster Farming, Inc • H-305 Lancaster Silo Co., Inc • E-378 Lanco Manufacturing, Inc • W-347 Lanco-Pennland • 429 Land O’Lakes, Inc • H-306 Lapp’s Barn Equipment • A Lawn Care Distributors, Inc • 124 Lee Schuknecht & Sons, Inc • 906 Leiden Land & Cattle Co. Inc • O-309 Lely USA, Inc • 111 Lira / Kauffman’s Animal Health • E-331 LR Gehm, LLC / CoPulsation • 416 M. Meyers & Associates • 290 McFarlane Manufacturing Co., Inc • O-107
JANUARY 3-4-5, 2012 Tues. 9-4, Wed. 9-4 & Thurs. 9-3 • York, PA
The Keystone Farm Show Has More Commercial Exhibits Than Any Other Farm Show In PA! Mahindra USA • 540, 541 Mahoning Outdoor Furnaces, Inc • 222A, 222B Mark Hershey Farms, Inc • 431 Martin Water Conditioning • 710 Maryland Virginia Milk • E-323, E-324 Martin Limestone Inc • 257 MAX, Mutual Aid Exchange • H-300 McHenry Pressure Cleaning Systems • O-311 McLanahan Corporation • E-312 Mensch Manufacturing LLC • L-215, L-216 Messick Farm Equipment • 105, 106, O-101 Meyer Manufacturing Corporation • O-100 MH Eby, Inc • W-355 Mid-Atlantic Agri Systems • W-346 Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association & Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program • 235 Mid-Atlantic Seeds • E-364, E-365 Mid-Atlantic Seeds / Cumberland Valley Co-Operative • 251, 252 Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing • 602 Milk-Rite, Inc • E-301 Miller Diesel Inc • E-308 Miraco • E-336, E-337 MM Weaver • 103, O-106 Monty’s Plant Food Co., Inc • W309A Morrissey Insurance • 424 Morton Buildings, Inc • E-332, E-333 Mount Joy Farmers Co-op • 210 Mueller • 119 Multimin USA, Inc • E NASF • W-304 National Farmers Org - NFO • 534 Nachurs Alpine Solutions • 244, 245 New Holland Agriculture • 108, 109 Nextire, Inc • E-380, E-381 NIOSH / NPPTL • 241B North Brook Farms, Inc • W-335, W-336 Northeast Agri Systems, Inc • 122 Northeast Feed • 214A Northeast Stihl • 511, 512 Nutri Linx, LLC • 721 NYCAMH / NEC • 611 O.A. Newton • W-302, W-303 Organic Valley • 401 Outback Heating, Inc • 262, 263 Owens Corning Basement Finishing Systems • 603 Oxbo International • 104 P. Bradley & Sons • O-306 PA Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) • L-203 PA Dairy Princess & Promotion Services • 624 PA Farm Bureau • 275, 276, 276A, 277 PA Soybean Board • E-306 PACMA Inc • L-304, L-305 Paradise Energy Solutions • 706 Patterson Farm Maple Products • 240 Patz Corporation • 131 PDM Insurance Agency, Inc • E-326 Pearson Livestock Equipment • O-310 Penn Diesel Serv. Co • E-329 Penn Jersey Products, Inc • E-374 Penn State Agricultural Safety & Health • 241E Penn State University LAL Lab • 241A Pennfield Corporation • 247, 248 Pennsylvania Certified Organic • W-341
Pennsylvania Service & Supply, Inc • 425 Pequea Planter • 432, 433 Perma-Column East, LLC • 438, 439 Petersheims Cow Mattresses, LLC • 137 Pioneer Hi-Bred International • E-349, E-350, E-351 P.L. Rohrer & Bros., Inc • E-300 Plastic Welding • 526 PNC Bank • 407 Poly Excel LLC • 601 Power Ag, LLC • 527, 528 Power Pro Equipment • 443 Power Systems Electric, Inc • E-382, E-383 Precise Concrete Walls, Inc • 256 Precision Planting Dealers • W-326, W-327 Priority One • 426 Progressive Pressure Systems • 239 Progressive Publishing • 241 Provita Eurotech Ltd • 205 Quality Craft Tools • H-301 Quality Milk Production Services • 261 Rain and Hail, LLC • E-315 RCM International LLC • L-202 Red Barn Consulting • R Red Dale Ag Service • 400 Redmond Minerals, Inc • 717 Reed Equipment Sales • W-356, W-357 Reinecker Ag Products • 506, 507 Renaissance Nutrition • 294 Risser Grain • H-307 Roto-Mix, LLC • W-358 RSI Calf Systems • 266, 267 Ruhl Insurance • 402 Ryder Supply Company • E-372 S & I Pump Crete • 278, 279 Salford Farm Machinery, Ltd • W-350, W-350A Sanimax • 436 Schaeffer’s Mfg Co • L-200 Schnupp’s Grain Roasting, Inc • 217 Schulte Industries • C Seedway, LLC • W-342, W-343 Select Sire Power • W-308 Show-Ease Stall Co • 116 Shur-Co • E-307 SI Distributing, Inc • 420, 421, 422 Silo Stop • 708 Silver Stream Shelters • 702 Slaymaker Electric Motor & Supply • E-366 Smucker’s Energy, LLC • 608, 609 Smuckers Meats, LLC • W-338A Sollenberger Silos, LLC • 292, 293 Snyder Equipment, Inc • 423 Stan’s Service Center • L-210, L-211 Steiner • 508, 509 Stein-Way Equipment • 500, 449 Steve’s Tool & Tarps • O-99 Stoltzfus Spreaders • 117 Stor-Loc • 529, 530 Straley Farm Supply • 221, 222 Stray Voltage Testing • E-325 Stull Equipment Company • 542 Sukup / LnR Feed & Grain Sys. • E-355 Summit Glove Inc / Milkers Helpers • 408 Sundace Vacations • 617 Sunlion Energy Systems • 619, 620
Superior Silo LLC • 118 Susquehanna Bank • 406 Susquehanna Dodge Chrysler Jeep / D.K. Hostetler • 525
Sweitzers Fencing Co • 518, 519, 450 Synagro • 238 Syngenta Seeds • W-344, W-345 SyrVet, Inc • G T.A. Seeds • W-315, W-316, W-317 Tam Systems • E-376 Taurus Service, Inc • W-310 TDL Agritech • F Team Ag Incorporated • E-313 Tech Mix, Inc • 428 The Center for Dairy Excellence • W-331 The Fertrell Co • 533 The Mill • 241C, 241D The Old Mill-Troy • 538, 539 The Pennsylvania State University • 713, 714 Tigerco Dist. Co • E-353 TM Refrigeration • 268, O-103 Toolin Around • O-312 Tractor House • 605 Triple-M-Farms • 265 Troop Enterprises & N.T.H. • O-105 Trouble Free Lighting • 535 Udder Comfort • 204 Uncommon USA, Inc • W-322 Unique Building Systems, Inc • 126A U.S. Farmer • 613 USDA US Dept of Agriculture - APHIS-VS • L-205 USDA US Dept of Agriculture - FSA • L-206 USDA US Dept of Agriculture - NRCS • L-207 USDA US Dept of Agriculture - NASS • L-208 Valmetal, Inc • 136 Vi-Cor • 283 Vigortone Ag Products • 405 Vulcan Materials Company • 227 WA Johnson, Inc • L-302, L-303 Weaver Distributing • E-302, E-303, E-304 Weaver Insurance Group • 249 Weaver’s Toasted Grains LLC • E-330 Wenger Feeds • 227A Wengers of Myerstown • W-351A Westfield Group • W-334 White Horse Construction, Inc • E-338, E-339 White Oak Mills, Inc • 434, 435 Wood-Mizer Products • O-310A Yoderway Buildings, LLC • T Zartman Farms • 107 Zeiset Equipment • 447 Zimmerman Cattle Control by PBZ, LLC • 115 Zimmerman Farm Service, Inc • 504 Zimmerman’s Glasslined Storage • 516, 517, 449B
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ABS GLOBAL, INC. BOOTH W-309 21 Sunny Lane • New Columbia, PA 17856 570-568-0920 • Fax 570-568-0950 email@example.com • absglobal.com Products To Be Exhibited: ABS dairy & beef genetics. Show Representative: Douglas Baker ACR METAL ROOFING & SIDING DISTRIBUTORS LLC BOOTH 128 130 Bran Road • Sinking Spring, PA 19608 610-670-6523 • Fax 610-670-6530 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.acrmetal.com Products To Be Exhibited: Steel and aluminum panels, standing seam metal roofing, stone coated metal roofing, reflective insulation. New Products Being Introduced: Gerard stone coated shingles. Show Representative: Lisa & Neil ADAMS BUILDING CONTRACTORS BOOTH W-320, W-321 176 Bowman Road • York, PA 17408 717-792-0214 • Fax 717-792-0211 email@example.com www.adamsbcofpa.com New Products Being Introduced: GSI grain bins and handling equipment, feedmill design, millwork. Show Representative: Mike Shearer ADAMS SUPPLY BOOTH W-314 373 Vaughholm Road McVeytown, PA 17051 814-360-9324 • Fax 814-360-9324 Show Representative: Dan Stoltzfus
ADMS CROP RISK SERVICES BOOTH 212 661 Cemetery Rd • North East, PA 16428 217-521-5813 Show Representative: Steve Wright ADVANCED BIOFUELS USA BOOTH H-308 507 North Bentz Street Frederick, MD 21701 301-644-1395 firstname.lastname@example.org www.advancedbiofuels.org Products To Be Exhibited: Information about biofuels and advanced biofuels including the latest technologies, potential feedstocks and policy debates. Educational materials for classroom, civic organization, church stewardship meetings and agricultural organization workshops. Show Representative: Joanne Ivancic, Bob Kozak
Help from 9 Snavely’s farm in Elizabethtown. Not only were odors eliminated, but James petitioned Lancaster County Conservation District and was allowed to apply the 50 percent of manure he had been forced to export because of high levels of phosphorous and nitrogen back on his home ground, saving him time and money. The technology not only kills the pathogens that create nuisance odors, it also reduced his land applied N by up to 50 percent and P by up to 90 percent. Even with reduced levels, the treatments convert the pit to being aerobic and the remaining nutrients are plant
available. Crop yields increased and pesticide use dropped as the farm converted to no till. “Happy neighbors, lower costs and increased yields have really changed our operation for the better,” says James. And on top of that, ElectroCell is certified by PA DEP to generate nutrient credits for the Chesapeake Bay program, and has sold credits from Snavely Farms, putting more cash in James’ pocket. Stop by the ElectroCell booth at the Keystone Farm Show, No. 705, to see their BioElectric treatment machine and learn how your farm could benefit from using their service.
ADVANCED BIOLOGICAL MARKETING BOOTH E-363 13282 Dennison Road • Milan, MI 48160 734-649-7880 • Fax 877-233-1259 ADVANCED SOLAR INDUSTRIES BOOTH 622, 623 624 N. Shirk Road • New Holland, PA 17557 717-768-8500 • Fax 717-768-7266 email@example.com www.advancedsolarindustires.com Show Representative: Ben Groff
ElectroCell Technologies can provide farmers with treatment service plan that addresses manure nuisance odors and nutrient management.
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Keystone Knuckle Beam System helps support pit wall (NCRS approved)
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS AEROTECH VENTILATION SYSTEMS, MUNTERS CORPORATION BOOTH 288, 289 4215 Legion Drive • Mason, MI 48854 517-676-7070 • Fax 517-676-7078 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.munters.us/aerotech.com Products To Be Exhibited: Ventilation equipment and accessories. Controls, cooling, Inlets. Show Representative: Nevin Wagner AET CONSULTING, INC. BOOTH 260 PO Box 299 • Lititz, PA 17543 717-625-2218 • Fax 717-625-2218 Products To Be Exhibited: Agronomic & environmental consulting services. Show Representative: Bill Rogers AG ESSENTIALS BOOTH 258, 259 320 Hillside Road • Stevens, PA 17578 888-343-9660 • 717-335-3886 Fax 717-335-3887 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Ag Essentials is an independent crop consulting company. Soil Advantage is our grid soil sampling service and Crop Watch is our proactive crop scouting service. Our Nutrient Management Planning will provide the right plan and keep you current on nutrient management requirements. For an informative visit, stop by our booth! Show Representative: Lynford D. Kurtz AGCHOICE FARM CREDIT BOOTH 234 900 Bent Creek Boulevard • Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 717-796-9372 • Fax 717-796-9830 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.agchoice.com Products To Be Exhibited: Financial products and services. Show Representative: Gary Heckman AG COM & MILLER CHEMICAL BOOTH E-359, E-360 1585 Granite Station Road • Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-624-6862 • Fax 717-624-6863 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: AgCom markets custom blended fertilizer; agronomic chemicals; corn, soybean, wheat, barley seed, grass seed mixes, turf products etc. AgCom also provides soymeal, corn & other feed ingredients, either delivered or picked up at the feed mill. Show Representative: Judy Miller, Andy Sanders, Jim Reichart
AGPOINT CONSTRUCTION SERVICES BOOTH 129 11 W State Street • Quarryville, PA 17566 717-806-7508 • Fax 717-786-9210 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Build barns, digesters, dairy complexes, poultry houses, etc. Show Representative: Sheree´ Vosburgh AGRI ANALYSIS BOOTH 621 PO Box 483, 280 Newport Road • Leola, PA 17540 717-656-9326 • Fax 717-656-9326 email@example.com • www.agrianalysis.com Products To Be Exhibited: Laboratory testing services. Show Representative: Neil Dreibelbis AGRI-BASICS, INC. BOOTHS 242, 243 54 Brown Street • Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-361-9266 • Fax 717-367-2546 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Livestock consulting nutritional services. Show Representative: Mike Collins, Carl Longenberger AGRI-KING, INC. BOOTH 126 PO Box 208 • Fulton, IL 61252 800-435-9560 • Fax 815-589-4568 email@example.com • www.agriking.com Products To Be Exhibited: Silo King, Key dairy program. Show Representative: Ron Atherton AGRI-NUTRITION CONSULTING, INC. BOOTH L-300 48 Matthews Drive • Robesonia, PA 19551 610-693-6160 • Fax 610-693-8001 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.agrinutrition.com
WE HAVE OVER 20 FARMS FOR SALE THROUGHOUT PA. JOHN MATTILIO, BROKER FARM AND LAND REALTY, I NC. 717-464-8930
www.farmandlandrealtyinc.com Stop In And See Us At The Show Booth #L301
Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy nutrition consulting as a profitable alternative. Show Representative: Roger Heller AGRI-PLASTICS MFG. BOOTH 448 7793 Young Street • Grassie, ON Canada L0R 1M0 905-945-3116 • Fax 905945-5359 email@example.com • www.agri-plastics.net Products To Be Exhibited: Calf hutches, footbaths, stock tanks, feed carts, calf pens and animal houses. Show Representative: Skip Wiswell
PATTERSON FARMS PA Maple Syrup and PA Maple Products
When You Think Maple...Think Patterson Farms PRODUCERS OF
Maple Syrup, Creme, Sugar, Candy, Peanuts, Maple BBQ Sauce, Maple Salad Dressing. Baskets Made to Order Shipping Available Distributor of CDL - MAPLE PRO Equipment MasterCard, Discover and VISA accepted
PHONE: (814) 628-3751 FAX: (814) 628-3010 Open All Year
See Us At Keystone Farm Show Building 1 Booth #240
AGGRAND FERTILIZERS BOOTH 707 2 Chalfont Circle • Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-645-4358 • Fax 877-290-0135 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.naturalfertilizer.com Show Representative: Bruce Wappman S Bo ee u ot s a h# t 23 9
AGRIBUSINESS SERVICE, INC. Ashland, VA 804-798-4020 • 800-552-3428 FLEET BROS., INC. Hartfield, VA • 804-776-6600 JAMES RIVER - RAPPAHANNOCK TRACTOR Tappahannock, VA 804-443-4374 • 1-800-262-5662
See us at Booth #W-348
RIDGEVIEW NEW HOLLAND Orange, VA • 540-672-4900
Calf Hutches & Bulk Bins PolyDome Bulk Bins are the perfect choice for handling high moisture corn, soybeans, and other granular materials. They are made of high density polyethylene which will never rust or corrode. PolyDome Bulk Bins will always remain clean and attractive.
Ulti-MatTM All Rubber Mattress Installations A special ‘Thank You’ to Bergen Farms, Odessa, NY for installing over 2,000 Ulti-Mat Cow Mattresses. Twelve years in the barn and still the same comfort as when new.
Zartman Farms Cow Comfort Systems, Inc. 820 Hilltop Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 • 717-733-1050 Northeast U.S. Distributor of PolyDome Equipment Wholesale & Retail Email: email@example.com or Web: www.zartmanfarms.com
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS AGRI-SC BOOTH 209 2067 Long Hollow Road Millerstown, PA 17062 717-694-3648 • Fax 717-694-3648 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Agri-SC soil treatment. Show Representative: Doug Wood, Dan Miller AGRI-SERVICE BOOTH O-104 18138 Maugans Ave Hagerstown, MD 21740 301-665-9333 • Fax 301-393-9033 Show Representative: Richard Strite AGRI-TRAC, INC. BOOTH W-330 RR5 • Woodstock, ON Canada, 45STY9 877-533-1592 email@example.com www.agritraction.com Show Representative: Rick White AGROMATIC, INC BOOTH 219-220 PO Box 29 • Fond du Lac, WI 54936 920-922-1970 • Fax 920-922-1750 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.agromatic.net Products To Be Exhibited: Kraiburg stall mats & flooring, freestalls, headlocks & fans. New Products Being Introduced: Impact silage packer, Nuform wall finishing. Show Representative: Jeremy Hayton AIC - AGRICULTURAL INSTRUMENTS CORP. BOOTH 532 609 N. Holmen Drive • Holmen, WI 54636 607-526-6882 • Fax 608-526-6411 email@example.com • www.aicdairy.com Products To Be Exhibited: Milking equipment, detachers, milk meters, information management. Show Representative: Phil Kostuck
ALBERS DAIRY EQUIPMENT, INC. BOOTH W-300, W-301 1309 Mertensia Road Farmington, NY 14425 866-326-2260 • Fax 585-924-0241 firstname.lastname@example.org www.albersdairyequipment.com Products To Be Exhibited: Accu-Lock headlocks, auto-release headlocks, stainless steel footbath, calf caddy, RSI indoor calf pens. New Products Being Introduced: Dual rail single beam loop mount system. Show Representative: Jerry Hoyt AMERICAN FARM MORTGAGE COMPANY, INC BOOTH 718 8901 Greenway Commons Place, Suite 200 800-876-2362 • Fax 502-964-2111 www.americanfarmmortgage.com Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural real estate loans, including FSA guaranteed. Show Representative: Kathy Daily, Chip Pratt AMERICAN FARM PRODUCTS BOOTH 531 300 N. Huron • Ypsilanti, MI 48197 800-624-7530 • Fax 734-485-4343 www.afpltd.net Products To Be Exhibited: Silage preservatives, hay preservatives, calf health products, manure treatments. Show Representative: Bob Kieselowsky AMERSEAL TIRE SEALANT BOOTH 604 11521 Kevin Lane • Carterville, IL 62918 800-526-5555 • Fax 619-985-4144 email@example.com • www.amerseal.com Products To Be Exhibited: Amerseal premium heavy duty tire sealant. Show Representative: Lyndon Forby, Bill Kirkpatrick ANDERSON GROUP BOOTH W-348B 5125 Rue de la Plaisance • Chesterville, QC Canada G0P 1J0 888-833-2952 • 819-382-2643 www.grpanderson.com Products To Be Exhibited: Bale wrappers, bale transports. New Products Being Introduced: Xtractor in-line wrapper. Show Representative: Jean Robert, Bill Shyman, Billy Good
Visit Our Display At The Keystone Farm Show Building 3 - Booth E336 & 337 See Mike Emmert, Emmert Farm Dist. 570-879-4869
ANIMAL MEDIC, INC. PORTACHECK, INC. BOOTH E-373 PO Box 575 • Manchester, PA 17345 800-767-5611 • Fax 717-266-2594 firstname.lastname@example.org www.animalmedic.com Products To Be Exhibited: Animal health supplies. Show Representative: Tom Borders APC, INC. BOOTH 430 2425 SE Oak Tree Court • Ankenny, IA 50021 515-289-7600 • Fax 515-289-4360 email@example.com www.functional protiens.com Show Representative: Bill Needham
APPLEBY SYSTEMS, INC. BOOTH 437 1520 Trolley Road • York, PA 17408 717-764-3000 • 1-800-767-0200 Fax 717-764-8496 www.applebysystems.com Products To Be Exhibited: Windows, sunrooms, basements, siding, bathliners and entry doors. Show Representative: Denise Phillips ATLANTIC TRACTOR, DEER COUNTRY FINCH SERVICES BOOTH W-353 720 Wheeler School Road • Whiteford, MD 21160 410-452-5252 • Fax 410-452-5373 www.atlantictractor.net • www.deercountry.net www.finchin.com Show Representative: DCFL: Jared Weaver, ATJD: Bill Hushon
Everett Cash Mutual Insurance Company 10591 Lincoln Highway Everett, PA 15537 www.everettcash.com
ECM Insurance Group
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show, interesting information and free samples. See us at our booth and register to win free product (no purchase necessary.). Secure Covers - the tireless bunker cover system. New Products Being Introduced: Bag Armour - Affordable “insurance” to protect your silage bags from damage due to birds, deer & hail. Quatro Boots - Agribusiness rubber boots. www.quatroboots.com Show Representative: Jim & Sue Kautz
AUTO VENT LLC BOOTH 253, O-109 11 Speltz Lane • Oley, PA 19547 610-987-0488 www.autoventllc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Vent Genie, the dairy specific ventilation control humidity sensing sprinkler controller. Valve priced curtain motors. Economical foot bath chemical pumps. New Products Being Introduced: New fuseless curtain motro system. Show Representative: Kevin Hoover
BAKER LIME BOOTH 208 320 North Baker Road • York, PA 17408 717-793-5446 • Fax 717-793-5470 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: We have pulverized lime Damp and Dry very high purity. We also have dry fertilizer filler along with a very attractive price on Pelletized Lime Bagged in 40# and 50# bags, mini bulk sack and bulk truck load quantities, you arrange trucking or we can and quote you a delivered price. New Products Being Introduced: We are offering a new lime product Ag-10 priced very reasonably. Representative: Jeff Hall, Brenda Eby
B&R DISTRIBUTING BOOTH S 12628 Trinity Church Road • Clear Spring, MD 21722 301-992-3830 • Fax 888-726-9254 email@example.com Show Representative: Brett Martin BAG MAN LLC BOOTH 270, 271 PO Box 162, 634 County Road T • Hammond, WI 54015 715-796-5333 • Fax 715-796-5655 firstname.lastname@example.org www.afsbagman.com • www.quatroboots.com Products To Be Exhibited: End your love affair with your tires! Secure Covers will tirelessly cover your silage bunkers, piles and bags. Protect against tire wire disease and spoilage caused by birds, deer, vermin and poor tire management all while saving you valuable time and feed. Slide
BALSBAUGH INSURANCE AGENCY BOOTH E-348 309 N. Market Street • Schaefferstown, PA 17088-0323 717-949-6534 • Fax 717-949-6535 email@example.com www.balsbaughinsurance.com Products To Be Exhibited: Let our family help your family find the right insurance coverage for your unique needs including farm property, liability, worker’s compensation, equipment, livestock and auto. We have products to insure your health, life and other personal and small business needs. Call our family for a free visit and comparison of your current insurance coverage. Show Representative: Amos & Mike Balsbaugh, Kim Deitzler, Mike Landis
BATH FITTER BOOTH 703, 704 542 Industrial Dr • Lewisberry, PA 17339 717-309-6439 • Fax 717-932-3053 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.bathfitter.com Show Representative: Matt Groce BECO EQUIPMENT LLC BOOTH 215, 216 252 N. Shirk Road • New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-2354 • Fax 717-355-2467 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hot and cold water pressure washers, infared heaters. Show Representative: Jonas Stolzfus BEILER-CAMPBELL REALTORS & AUCTIONEERS BOOTH L-306 229 W. Fourth Street • Quarryville, PA 17566 888-786-8715 • Fax 717-786-7900 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.beiler-campbell.com Products To Be Exhibited: Beiler-Campbell Realtors Farms and Land Division specializes in farm and land sales. Real estate information pertaining to farms and land as well as information about our company will be handed out. Show Representative: Christ W. Taylor, Dara Melrath, Elvin Stoltzfus, Bob Gochenaur, Catherine Pusey, Ken Howard, Mike Morrison, Meryl Stolzfus BENCO POLY FILM BOOTH 211 161 Stone Quarry Road • Leola, PA 17545 717-656-7046 • Fax 717-556-0396 Products To Be Exhibited: Bale wrap, twine bags, bunk covers. Show Representative: Dervin C. Hart
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AUTOMATIC FARM SYSTEMS BOOTH 121 608 E. Evergreen Road • Lebanon, PA 17042 717-274-5333 • Fax 717-274-5334 email@example.com • www.afsproducts.com Products To Be Exhibited: Feed & grain handling equipment, supplies & storage. Show Representative: Ron Lentz, Scott Good
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS BERGMAN MFG., INC. BOOTH 274 2866 Quail Avenue • Arthur, IA 51431 712-675-4554 • Fax 712-675-9031 firstname.lastname@example.org • www. bergmanmfg.com Products To Be Exhibited: Agri-Speed hitch. Show Representative: Barry Bergman BEST CHOICE TRAILERS BOOTH O-104 274 Stuart Road • Carlisle, PA 17015 717-385-9674 • Fax 717-220-4220 email@example.com www. bestchoicetrailers.com Products To Be Exhibited: Enclosed cargo trailer, equipment hauler, landscape. Show Representative: Greg Barrick BETTER BILT STORAGE, INC. BOOTH 138 7513-B Old Route 39 • Sugarcreek, OH 44681 330-852-4088 • Fax 330-852-2971 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Used glasslined structures & slurrytanks - business, Lancaster Level-Flo products, Demuth steel products, Valmetal, Inc. and New Arm Advance controls, stainless steel roofs, rebuilt Goliath unloader. Show Representative: Titus Miller, David Miller BINKLEY & HURST LP BOOTH E-352, O-315 133 Rothsville Station Road • Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-4705 • Fax 717-626-0996 email@example.com • www.binkleyhurst.com Products To Be Exhibited: Case IH, Agco, Kinze Show Representative: Ray A. Huber BIO-VET, INC. BOOTH W-313 PO Box 115 • Blue Mounds, WI 53517 608-437-8891 • Fax 608-437-8883 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.bio-vet.com Products To Be Exhibited: Rumen Aider® cattle capsules, Cal DTM Caps calcium capsules, GeneratorTM Direct Fed Microbial, Gener Cap Capsules for calves, Gener ‘K’TM milk/milk replacer additive. New Products Being Introduced: Parturx® drench and Parturx® paste. Show Representative: John McFadden BOBCAT OF YORK BOOTH W-379 401 N. Sherman Street • York, PA 17403 888-243-9029 • Fax 717-848-3426 email@example.com • wwwfinchinc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Bobcat equipment & attachments. Show Representative: Ed Childs, Kevin Costella BOU-MATIC BOOTH 120 PO Box 8050 • Madison, WI 53708 608-222-3484 • Fax 608-222-9314 www.boumatic.com Products To Be Exhibited: Smart Dairy automation, cooling products, cow traffic systems, dairy chemicals and milk harvest. Show Representative: Mike Donahey, Phil Jaquith BRECKNOCK BUILDERS LLC BOOTH 616 615 Lauschtown Road • Denver, PA 17517 717-484-2200 • Fax 717-484-4299 firstname.lastname@example.org Show Representative: Dave Becker BROWN BEAR CORP BOOTH 537 PO Box 29 • Corning, IA 50841 641-322-4220 • Fax 641-322-3527 email@example.com • www.brownbearcorp.com Products To Be Exhibited: Brown Bear equipment, composting & brush cutting attachments. New Products Being Introduced: ST 7 snowblower. Show Representative: Phil Brown
BUSINESS LEASE CONSULTANTS, INC BOOTH W-325 PO Box 2130 • Sinking Spring, PA 19608 800-743-3009 • Fax 610-775-1607 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.businessleaseconsultants.com Show Representative: Jennifer Berkis-Kremmerer, Lisa Francisco-Sonnnen C.H. EVANS BOOTH 709 812 Seymour Rd • Bear, DE 19701 302-981-3726 • Fax 302-276-0654 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Spray foam roofing and insulating, painting of metal, alum. siding, gutter protection. Show Representative: Charles H. Evans C.K. MANUFACTURING BOOTH E-353A 4714 White Oak Road • Paradise, PA 17562 717-286-8147 • Fax 610-593-8032 Products To Be Exhibited: Tie Stalls - Replacement & for new construction. Mayo-Mats, Shuttle Stroke barn cleaners, Milker Track. Show Representative: Durwin Parks CANNS-BILCO BOOTH W-328, W-329 125 E. Penn Avenue, PO Box 918 • Albyrtis, PA 18011 800-811-0285 • Fax 800-228-8181 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.canns-bilco.com Products To Be Exhibited: Acreage mowers, convertible zero turn, Power Tek chippers, log splitters, Trac-Vac. Show Representative: Roger Cann CARGILL, INC BOOTH E-344 580 N. Morris St • Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-530-7778 www.cargill.com/feed Products To Be Exhibited: Cargill serves dairy producers throughout the world with customized feed products and nutritional consultiung services designed to maximize income over feed costs while focusing on healthy, productive cows. Representatives will be on hand to discuss nutrient-based formulation technologies and forage preservation products, as well as displaying samples of calf and heifer feeds. Show Representative: Cargill Dairy Team CB STRUCTURES, INC BOOTH 412 202 Orlan Rd • New Holland, PA 17557 800-544-9464 • Fax 717-355-9170 email@example.com • www.cbagbuildings.com Products To Be Exhibited: Pole buildings, agricultural storage, equine buildings, dairy barns, specializing in ag buildings for farm use. Show Representative: Dillon Porter CBM ELECTRONIC LIGHTING BOOTH L-213, L-214 82 Irwin Local 3 • Granby, QC Canada J2J 2P1 450-777-2848 • Fax 450-777-4872 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cbm-lighting-mfg.com • www.agsolutionsplus.com Products To Be Exhibited: Electronic lighting fixtures. Show Representative: Larry Trissel CEDAR CREST EQUIPMENT BOOTH 130 61 Elco Drive • Myerstown, PA 17067 717-866-1888 • Fax 717-866-8937 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Houle 6,300 gallon spreader with air brakes, Houle pumps and alley scraper, manure & solids separator, E. Rissler Spiro-Mix mixer, Sturdy-Built equipment. Show Representative: Anthony Good, Leon Zimmerman, Albert Sensenig, Steve Hurst CEN-PE-CO BOOTH W-351 138 Clayton Avenue • Waynesboro, PA 17268 800-651-6395 • Fax 717-749-7587 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.cenpeco.com Products To Be Exhibited: Full line of heavy duty lubricants, gasoline additives for ULSD & bio-fuels, gasoline additives for Ethanol, paints & roof coatings. Show Representative: Daryl R. Lehman, Clair Zeiset
CHANNEL BIO LLC BOOTH 232, 233 PO Box 157 • Kentland, IN 47951 800-331-7201 • Fax 219-474-3062 www.channelbio.com Products To Be Exhibited: Corn, soybean and alfalfa products. Show Representative: William Pence CHASE’S FARM AND HOME (CONKLIN) BOOTH H 4595 Wabash Road • Geneva, NY 14456 585-773-0101 email@example.com www.conklin.com/site/chasesfarmandhome Show Representative: Michael Chase CHEMGRO SEEDS BOOTH W-323, W-324 PO Box 307 • Delamar, DE 19940 302-875-0186 • Fax 302-875-7210 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.chemgro.com Products To Be Exhibited: Chemgro seed corn, soybeans, alfalfa, forage mixes and silage inoculants. Show Representative: Wayne Walbert CHEASAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION BOOTH L-204 614 N. Front Street • Harrisburg, PA 17101 717-234-5550 • Fax 717-234-9632 email@example.com • www.cbf.org CHRISTIAN FARMERS OUTREACH BOOTH 712 415 S. Hoocksville Road • Hampstead, MD 21074 443-508-4338 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Hand out free walking sticks, wrist bands, magazines and brochures. Show Representative: Wilson Lippy CLAAS OF AMERICA, INC. BOOTH 102 8401 S. 132nd Street • Omaha, NE 68138 402-861-1000 • 402-861-1003 email@example.com • www.claasofamerica.com Products To Be Exhibited: Jaguar forage harvester, Lexion combine, hay tools and balers. Show Representative: JJ Lee CLEAN CUTTER FLAIL & TILLER BLADE CO. BOOTH 419 169 South Sierra Way • San Bernardino, CA 92410 909-889-4084 • 800-345-2335 • Fax 909-884-5954 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.cleancutter.com Products To Be Exhibited: Tiller blades and flail blades. Show Representative: Ken Clak COBRA TORCHES INC BOOTH 218 180 Engelwood Dr • Orion, MI 48359 248-499-8122 • Fax 248-499-8126 email@example.com • www.cobratorches.com Show Representative: Mark Cycholl CONEWANGO PRODUCTS CORP. BOOTH 223, 224 PO Box 68 / 1890 Lyndon Boulevard • Falconer, NY 14733 716-664-6712 • Fax 716-664-6000 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.conewango.com Products To Be Exhibited: Inflations, jetter cups, calf nipples, rubber tubing. Quatro Boots. New Products Being Introduced: Several new inflation models. Show Representative: Lynn Witmer, Jeff Perkins CONKLIN COMPANY BOOTH 715, 716 304 Golf Rd • Myerstown, PA 17067 717-315-1038 Show Representative: Dwayne Brubaker
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CROP PRODUCTION SERVICES BOOTH 200, 201, 202, 203 1190 Holtwood Road • Holtwood, PA 17532 717-587-4043 • Fax 717-284-5361 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Seed, custom application, in-furrow fertilizer. Show Representative: Matt Kessler, Tom Griffie
CRAMARO TARP SYSTEMS BOOTH 413 131 Sandy Dr • Newark, DE 19713 800-272-6276 • Fax 302-292-2176 www.cramarotarps.net Products To Be Exhibited: Automatic and semi automatic tarp systems for grain trailers, dump trucks, dump trailers and flatbeds. Also replacement tarps and parts for most
CRV BOOTH 612 2423 American Ln • Madison, WI 53704 608-441-3202 • Fax 608-441-3203 email@example.com • www.crv4all.us.com Products To Be Exhibited: Cattle genetics & reproducitve services. Show Representative: Danyel Hosta
CUMMINGS & BRICKER, INC. BOOTH W-350, W-350A 100 Stover Drive • Carlisle, PA 17015 717-249-6720 • Fax 717-249-9384 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.cummingsandbricker.com Products To Be Exhibited: Vicon, Tubeline, McHale & HLA Show Representative: Nathan Cummings DAIRY MARKETING SERVICES BOOTH E-341, E-342, E-343 5001 Brittonfield Parkway • Syracuse, NY 13221 800-926-2667 • Fax 315-433-2345 email@example.com www.dfamilk.com Products To Be Exhibited: Milk marketing cooperative services. Show Representative: Jr Albertson DAIRY ONE BOOTH E-345, E-346 730 Warren Road • Ithaca, NY 14850 607-257-1272 Ext. 2171 • Fax 607-257-6808 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.dairyone.com Show Representative: Dani Thon DAIRYMASTER USA, INC. BOOTH E-367 2120 Tuley Road • Hamilton, OH 45015 513-942-0868 • Fax 513-942-2934 email@example.com • www.dairymaster.com Products To Be Exhibited: SwiftFlo milking equipment. Show Representative: Bob Hilberg DEEP VALLEY FARM, INC. BOOTH E-357 PO Box 142, 80 Robbins Road • Brooklyn, CT 06234 860-465-7195 • Fax 860-779-7444 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.fightbac.com Products To Be Exhibited: Fight Bac - farm product. Show Representative: Geoffrey J. Westfall, DVM DEKALB / ASGROW BOOTH W-352 119 Glebe Lane • Lancaster, PA 17602 717-940-3002 • Fax 717-824-3556 email@example.com Show Representative: Dan Gard DELAVAL, INC. BOOTH 227B, 228, 229, 230, 231, 229A 305 Adelaide Drive • Milton, DE 19968 302-339-7084 • Fax 302-329-9168 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.delaval-us.com Products To Be Exhibited: Milking equipment & farm supplies. Show Representative: Rick Perrucci, John Baker, John Stierly, Adam Jackanicz, Brady Catob DICK MEYER CO., INC. BOOTH 284 N 236 3rd Court • Coloma, WI 54930 715-228-5471 • 1-800-228-5471 • Fax 715-228-3867 email@example.com • www.barnfloorgroovers.com Products To Be Exhibited: Barn floor grooving, concrete, safety grooving. Show Representative: Dick Meyer
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brands including Aero, Roll Rite, Donovan and Shurco. As well as Cramaro. New Products Being Introduced: A fully waterproof cable operated tarp system for dumps called the Mentor. Show Representative: Erni Dempsey
COUNTRY FOLKS BOOTH 720 PO Box 121, 6113 State Highway 5 Palatine Bridge, NY 13428 800-218-5586 • Fax 518-673-3245 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.leepub.com Products To Be Exhibited: Subscription and trade show opportunities. Country Folks is a weekly farm newspaper with regional editions covering North Carolina to New England. Producers of the Keystone Farm Show, Virginia Farm Show, Big Iron Expo, New Jersey Landscape, New York Fruit & Vegetable Show, Hard Hat Expo, Country Folks Horse & Farm Expo, WHEN Recycling Expo and Material Handling Equipment Expo. Show Representative: Bruce Button
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DAIRYMEN SPECIALTY CO. INC. 2098 John Wayland Hwy. Harrisonburg, VA 22801 540-433-9117 800-572-2123
TERRITORY REPRESENTATIVES VIC LEININGER Pennsylvania 417-872-5715 DREW DENMAN Virginia 417-872-5053
DILLER EQUIPMENT BOOTH O-108 446 Blough Road • Boswell, PA 15531 814-629-9893 • Fax 814-629-5301 Show Representative: Lynn Diller DIXIE CHOPPER BOOTH E-309, E-310 6302 E CR 100 North • Coatesville, IN 46121 765-246-7737 • Fax 765-246-6336 www.dixiechopper.com Products To Be Exhibited: Dixie Chopper zero turn lawn mowers. The worlds fastes lawn mower. New Products Being Introduced: New classic series mowers. Show Representative: Kenny Holderied, Mark Zaffuto, Joe Klosterman DOEBLER’S, INC. BOOTH W-339, W-340 202 Tiadagton Avenue • Jersey Shore, PA 17740 800-853-2676 • Fax 570-753-5302 www.doeblers.com Products To Be Exhibited: Seeds, corn, alfalfa, grass, soybeans and forage inoculant. Show Representative: Jeff Morse, Greg Cox DONEGAL INSURANCE GROUP BOOTH 411 1195 River Road • Marietta, PA 17547 800-877-0600 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Farm and personal lines of insurance. Show Representative: John Mussmon
DOW BOOTH 213, 214 100 Friendly Dr • Hanover, PA 17231 717-476-2984 • Fax 866-656-8850 Show Representative: Jeff Martin DR. REGISTER & ASSOCIATES, INC. BOOTH W-305 324 Polly Miller Road • Mohawk, NY 13407 866-737-6273 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.dr-register.com Products To Be Exhibited: Treat and prevent milk fever with Dr. Register’s Jump Start. Treat and prevent ketosis with NiaPlus products designed especially for your fresh cows. Show Representative: John Clark, MacKenzie Waro DRYHILL MANUFACTURING / TWIN VALLEY FARMS SERVICE BOOTH 449A, 505, 515 554 N. Crossroads • Lykens, PA 17048 610-913-0766 • 717-365-3109 Fax 610-913-0686 • 717-365-3674 Products To Be Exhibited: Waste handling equipment & parts. Show Representative: Ervin Hoover DTN/THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER BOOTH 220A 916 W. Dodge Road • Omaha, NE 68114 800-485-4000 email@example.com • www.telvent.com/agriculture Products To Be Exhibited: DTN delivers on demand market information, cash commodity prices, industry news and location specific weather. Show Representative: Steve Merriman DYNA-TECH INDUSTRIES BOOTH 250, 250A 602 E. Evergeen Rd • Lebanon, PA 17042 717-274-8899 Products To Be Exhibited: Generators and auto transfer switches. Show Representative: Ivan Weaver
E & F AG SYSTEMS, LLC BOOTH E-311 2812 Old Philadelphia Pike • Bird In Hand, PA 17505 717-768-0304 • 717-278-9082 • Fax 717-768-7004 Products To Be Exhibited: Ag construction: dairy facilities, pole barns, poultry houses, sidewall curtains, dairy barn equipment. Show Representative: Steve Esh or Jacob Smucker E.M. HERR EQUIPMENT, INC. BOOTH 446 14 Herrville Road • Willow Street, PA 17584 800-732-0053 • Fax 717-464-3321 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Grain equipment, grain storage, grain handling equipment, grain vac system, grain aeration fan equipment, stoves, misc. supplies, grain drying & conditioning. Show Representative: Dennis Herr, Bill Varano, Al Wogelmuth, Dan Reed ED HOOVER CONSTRUCTION, LLC BOOTH D 1800 Texter Moutain Rd • Reinholds, PA 17569 717-336-3322 • Fax 717-336-3166 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Sukup grain bins, dryers, grain handling. Show Representative: Scott Good, Ed Hoover EDWARD JONES BOOTH 719 300 Frederick St. Suite 8 • Hanover, PA 17331 717-630-8264 • 877-222-5558 www.edwardjones.com Products To Be Exhibited: Business retirement plans, IRA and 401K, including rollovers and transfer, 529 college savings plans, stocks, bonds, insurances and other investments and services. Show Representative: Jamies Mladenoff & Matt Muir
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DIESEL PRO, INC. BOOTH 606 99 Manchester Street • Glen Rock, PA 17327 717-235-4996 • 717-235-4992 East Location Fax 717-235-4486 mydieselpro.com Products To Be Exhibited: Stanadyne pumps, fuel conditioner, Bosch pumps, injectors, Garrett turbos, power stroke injectors. New Products Being Introduced: New vehicle service location: Diesel Pro, East 10017 Oakside Drive, Glen Rock, PA 17327. Show Representative: Janine & Lance Donaldson
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS ELANCO ANIMAL HEALTH BOOTH E-334, E-335 2500 Innovation Way North • Greenfield, IN 46140 800-428-4441 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.elanco.com Products To Be Exhibited: Elanco has been developing products that positively affect food animal production and livestock health for more than 55 years. Livestock production includes feed additives and medicines for cattle, swine, and poultry. Through enhanced food animal production and herd management practices our mission is to help the food industry produce an abundant supply of safe, nutritious and affordable food. Elanco’s current product line concentrates on four therapeutic classes: antibacterials, parasiticides, anticoccidials and productivity enhancers. New Products Being Introduced: Keto-Test Show Representative: Ben Cloninger, Rick Homan, John Knapka, Walt Giebeig, Jeff Harding, Nicole Roberts ELECTROCELL TECHNOLOGIES, INC BOOTH 705, 722 330 Broadlake Road • Colchester, VT 05446 888-866-0105 • 888-866-0105 email@example.com • www.electrocell.us Products To Be Exhibited: Bio-electric liquid manure treatment process using a self-powered, portable machine that eliminates odor and stratifies nutrients in hogamd pit/lagoon, as well as reducing slime on floors or flush dairy barns. Show Representative: Buzz Hoerr, Bryan Ducharm, Jake Straub ELI FISHER CONSTRUCTION BOOTH 441 615 Manor Road • Centre Hall, PA 16828 814-364-9361 • Fax 814-364-1322 New Products Being Introduced: Ag construction, concrete grooving, ag curtains, infloor concrete heat. Show Representative: Eli Fisher, Larry Young EM HERR EQUIP INC BOOTH 446 14 Herrville Rd • Willow Street, PA 17504 717-464-3321 • Fax 717-464-1675 Show Representative: Dennis Herr EMM SALES & SERVICE, INC. BOOTH E-369, E-370 PO Box 255 • Brownstown, PA 17508 717-859-3660 • Fax 717-859-3294 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.emmsales.com Products To Be Exhibited: Wilson grain trailers, Wilson livestock trailers, Blue Ribbon livestock & horse trailers, Walinga Agri-ac grain moving equipment. Show Representative: Rory S. Buckwalter ENERGY SYSTEMS & INSTALLATION BOOTH 614, 615 451 Jonestown Road • Jonestown, PA 17038 717-861-4012 • Fax 717-861-4015 email@example.com • www.esipowercorp.com Products To Be Exhibited: Solar PV solar thermal. New Products Being Introduced: Energy efficiency services, HVAC (commercial & residential) electrical. Show Representative: Mike, Josh, Gary, Tim, Bob, Corey, Julie EQUIPMENT SERVICE BOOTH 442 3002 Cheyenne Street • Nappanee, IN 46550 574-773-7742 • Fax 574-773-7842 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.equipserviceinc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Rebuilt Harvestore® unloaders, genuine “Equipment Service” replacement parts including the E.S. “Ultimate Sprocket”. New Products Being Introduced: Rebuilt auger unloaders and auger unloader parts. Show Representative: Ross Yoder ESCH MANUFACTURING BOOTH W-375 2210 Creek Hill Road • Lancaster, PA 17601 717-397-1051 Products To Be Exhibited: Ironworkers & bandsaws. Show Representative: Paul EVERETT CASH MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. BOOTH E-356 10591 Lincoln Highway • Everett, PA 15537 866-326-3223 • Fax 814-652-9517 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Farm & auto insurance. New Products Being Introduced: Worker’s compensation. Show Representative: Jen Scivanko
EVERGREEN FENCE, INC. BOOTH W-311 328 Fonderwhite Road • Lebanon, PA 17042 717-272-1001 • Fax 717-272-1001 Products To Be Exhibited: Fence products and services. Show Representative: Cleon Nolt F. M. BROWN’S SONS, INC. BOOTH 409, 410 PO Box 67 • Birdsboro, PA 19508 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.fmbrown.com Products To Be Exhibited: Get Back to the Basics with Brown’s Feed: • Herd health – Brown’s Stress Fortified Feeds • Rumen Function – forage maximizing feed programs • Internal Herd Growth – Brown’s Calf and Heifer Programs. Show Representative: Steve Deysher FARM AND LAND REALTY, INC. BOOTH L-301 177 Linestown Road • Willow Street, PA 17584 717-917-4682 • Fax 717-464-5590 email@example.com • www.farmandlandrealtyinc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Farm real estate sales & brokerage. We also have auction services available for both real estate and equipment. Show Representative: John Mattilio FARM WORKS SOFTWARE BOOTH 414, 415 PO Box 250 • Hamilton, IN 46742 800-225-2848 • Fax 260-488-3737 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.farmworks.com Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural software for field records, farm accounting, mapping, herd management, soil sampling, scouting and vaiable rate application. Rugged and durable field computers with various features and accessories are also available. New Products Being Introduced: Connected FarmTM is an integrated operations management solution that combines industry-leading hardware and software to increase effiency and effectiveness for today’s farming business. Show Representative: Jamie Ordway FARMCO MANUFACTURING BOOTH O-308 2937 Irishtown Road • Ronks, PA 17572 717-768-7769 • Fax 717-768-0799 email@example.com • www.farmcomfg.net Show Representative: Michael Beiler FARMER BOY AG SUPPLY BOOTH 125 50 West Stoever Ave • Myerstown, PA 17067 717-866-7565 • Fax 717-866-6233 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.farmerboyag.com Products To Be Exhibited: Feed bins, waterers, fans, heaters, brooders, free stalls, mats, hutches, penning, headlocks, lighting, building supplies, poultry equipment, medications. Show Representative: Matt Bachman, Dean Weaver, Allen Balmer, Jeremy Martin, Dan Maulfair, Mike Martin FARMER’S FRIEND BOOTH 600 116 Main Street • Towanda, PA 18848 570-265-1602 • Fax 570-265-6748 email@example.com • www.farmersfriend.com Products To Be Exhibited: Newspaper Show Representative: Gayle Leonard, Joel Clayton FARMING, THE JOURNAL OF NORTHEAST AG BOOTH 618 374 Emerson Falls Road, Suite 1 • St. Johnsbury, VT 05819 802-748-8908 • Fax 802-748-1866 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.mooserivermedia.com Products To Be Exhibited: Free trade publication. Show Representative: Coleen Strong FASTLINE PUBLICATIONS BOOTH 610 PO Box 248 • Buckner, KY 40010 502-222-0146 • Fax 502-225-4502 www.fastline.com Products To Be Exhibited: Fastline magazines & Web site demos. Show Representative: Scott Barlup
FEEDMOBILE, INC. - FMI BOOTH E-368 727 Furnace Hills Pike • Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-2680 • Fax 717-627-4948 email@example.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Feedmobile Inc. is a distributor of Scott beds, bodies and hoists. FMI will be displaying samples of bodies as well as photos of completed truck units with customized beds. FMI also sells and installs tarping systems. Show Representative: John High FETTERVILLE SALES BOOTH H-304 245 Fetterville Road • East Earl, PA 17519 717-354-7561 • Fax 717-355-9181 email@example.com • www.fettervillesales.com Products To Be Exhibited: Pole buildings. Show Representative: Greg Daley FISHER & THOMPSON, INC. BOOTH 110 100 Newport Road • Leola, PA 17540 716-656-3307 • Fax 888-405-8099 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Westfalia Surge milking equipment. Animal health displays. New Products Being Introduced: Orion Energy Company Show Representative: Amos Fisher FIVE STAR INTERNATIONAL BOOTH O-313 1910 South 19th Street • Harrisburg, PA 17104 717-986-1500 • Fax 717-986-1510 email@example.com • www.fivestarintl.com Products To Be Exhibited: 2012 International Terra Star dump trucks, the first International Class 415 work truck. FRANKLIN BUILDERS BOOTH 225, 226 8306 Fort McCord Road • Chambersburg, PA 17202 717-369-4833 • Fax 717-369-4233 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Post frame builder, agricultural builder. Show Representative: Sherwin Brougher, Mel Bricker, Glen Mowen FRONTLINK INC BOOTH 417, 418 RR 4 1492 Windham Rd 12 • Simcoe, Ontario N3Y 4K3 519-428-9812 • Fax 519-428-2640 Show Representative: Henry Scholten FULTON BANK BOOTH 206 One Penn Square • Lancaster, PA 17602 717-291-2844 • Fax 717-397-6232 email@example.com • www.fultonbank.com Products To Be Exhibited: Financial services. Show Representative: Lowell Fry GARBER FARMS BOOTH 503, 451 2243 Flat Rock Road • New Market, VA 22844 540-271-3751 • Fax 540-896-1206 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: For most livestock equipment. We have equipment for the small to large cattle operation. Show Representative: Ed Garber, Linda Garber GEA FARM TECHNOLOGIES, INC. BOOTH 104A 4754 State Route 233, PO Box 370 • Westmoreland, NY 13490 315-853-3936 • 315-853-8429 email@example.com • www.norbco.com Products To Be Exhibited: Free stalls (single beam), headlocks, gates, sidewall curtains, cow comfort, cow cooling, tie stalls and ventilation (fans). New Products Being Introduced: 60” tunnel fan (jet stream), new cushion cross clamp, heated dump waterer (s.s or galv.), new sidewall curtain controllers, new six blade panel fan. Show Representative: Mike Creek, Paul Garrett, Andy Hughes
GLATFELTER PULP WOOD CO. BOOTH 711 228 S. Main St • Spring Grove, PA 17362 717-225-4711 • Fax 717-225-2872 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.glatfelter.com Products To Be Exhibited: Glatfelter will be promoting its forest management and harvesting services. We assist forest landowners in making good forest management decisions that will promote a healthy and productive forest which allows for the best financial return from your forest.. Show Representative: Scott Kurtzman, Randy Shaffer, Paul Shaffer GOODVILLE MUTUAL BOOTH E-316, E-317 625 W. Main Street • New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-4921 • Fax 717-354-5158 email@example.com • www.goodville.com Products To Be Exhibited: Farmowner’s insurance. Show Representative: Fred Macy, Jerry Goodpaster, Bob Snader, Jim Martin, Kathy Good, Linden Sommers, Julie Stoltzfus, Sue Kuzniar GREAT PLAINS MFG., INC. BOOTH W-348A PO Box 5060 • Salina, KS 67402 785-823-3276 • Fax 785-822-5600 www.greatplainsmfg.com
Automatic Wagon Hitch • Works on tractors, pickups, choppers • Built tough to pull even the largest grain wagons • Makes chopping silage fun • Increases productivity up to 25% • Bolts to drawbar • Works with PTO • Iowa State University Tested
BERGMAN MFG. 2866 Quail Ave., Arthur, IA 51431
Products To Be Exhibited: Grain drills, planters, tillae equipment and sprayers. Show Representative: Bill Shyman, Billy Good GRO-MOR PLANT FOOD CO., INC. BOOTH 127 281 Farmland Road • Leola, PA 17540 717-656-4166 • Fax 717-656-2465 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.gro-mor.com Products To Be Exhibited: Fertilizer. Show Representative: W. Bruce Moyer GROUND WATER ASSESSMENT, INC. BOOTH E-340 5040 Martin Drive • East Petersburg, PA 17520 717-572-5616 • Fax 717-431-8619 email@example.com www.groundwaterassessment.com Products To Be Exhibited: Geophysics testing for ground water/well water. Show Representative: Greg Buckwalter GROWERS MINERAL SOLUTIONS BOOTH 246 PO Box 1750 • Milan, OH 44846 419-499-2508 • Fax 419-499-2178 firstname.lastname@example.org • growersmineral.com Products To Be Exhibited: Growers Mineral Solutions, mineral supplementation for farm crops, produce and animals. Show Representative: Elvin Hursh, Lowell Grove, John Burkholder, Paul Oberholtzer GROWMARK FS BOOTH E-321, E-322 308 NE Front Street • Milford, DE 19963 302-422-3002 • Fax 302-422-7926 www.growmarkfs.com Products To Be Exhibited: FS corn, hisoy, soybeans, forage seed, wheat and barley, Dekalb corn, Asgrow soybeans, Precision Planting products, fertilizer, crop protection products. Show Representative: Christopher Young, Andy Zaur Jr
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800-551-4554 • www.bergmanmfg.com
Keystone Farm Show In the Toyota Building, Booth #209
1-888-401-4680 Doug Wood • Dan Miller
SEE US AT BOOTH E308 AT THE KEYSTONE FARM SHOW AND BOOTH E-138 AT THE PA STATE FARM SHOW
GVM INC. BOOTH 114 374 Heidlersburg Road • Biglerville, PA 17307 800-345-3546 • Fax 717-677-4291 email@example.com • www.gvminc.com Products To Be Exhibited: GVM E Series Prowler, Transpread, Willmar Spreaders, AGCO Spra-coupe, Wrangler Loader, Parts, Tanks, GPS Units. Show Representative: Robby Davis, Dave Dingess, Lin Harrell, Rodney Troxell, Mike Serrano, Georgie Starner, Gary Camp, Gary McDannell H&S MFG. CO. BOOTH W-354, O-304 2608 S. Hume Avenue • Marshfield, WI 54449 715-387-3414 • Fax 715-384-5463 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.hsmfgco.com Products To Be Exhibited: Forage box, hay merger, manure spreader, hay tedder. Show Representative: Mike Galbreath HAMILTON EQUIPMENT, INC. BOOTH 445 567 South Reading Road • Ephrata, PA 17522-0478 717-733-7951 • Fax 717-733-1783 email@example.com • www.haminc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Arctic snow blade, Agro Trend snow blower, Danuser diggers, Demco sprayers, Kasco notill drill, Split-Fire log splitters, Tanco bale wrapper, Worksaver snow blade. New Products Being Introduced: Greyatone Manure Vac for paddocks. Show Representative: Mr. Jan Reddig HARDI NORTH AMERICA BOOTH E-371 1500 West 76th Street • Davenport, IA 52806 563-386-1730 • Fax 563-386-1710 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.hardi-us.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hardi agricultural spraying equipment and accessories. New Products Being Introduced: Hardi Ranger 550 - 550 gallon sprayer w/ hydraulic boom, designed for smaller growers. Show Representative: Ed Starzec HARSCO MINERALS BOOTH 536 357 N. Pike Road • Sarver, PA 16055 800-850-0527 • Fax 724-353-0057 email@example.com • www.harscominerals.com Products To Be Exhibited: AgrowSil. Show Representative: Marty Campfield, Tyler Nehlig
See Us At The Keystone Farm Show, York, PA January 3, 4, 5, 2012 Building 1, Booth 262 & 263
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GENEX COOPERATIVE BOOTH W-312 232 N. High Street • Biglerville, PA 17307 717-360-4656 • Fax 717-677-0712 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.crinet.com Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy and beef semen and services and related products. Show Representative: Larry Swartz, Jake Lantzsch, Pete Hamming
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS HAWAUANMOON BOOTH 607 14383 SW Barrows Rd • Beaverton, OR 97007 503-330-5701 • Fax 866-618-6480 email@example.com • www.aloecream.biz Show Representative: Sarah Eidem HERSHEY EQUIPMENT CO., INC BOOTH 444 255 Plane Tree Drive • Lancaster, PA 7603 717-393-5807 Ext. 436 • Fax 717-393-4923 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.hequip.com Products To Be Exhibited: Ecodrum. Show Representative: Nick Shirey HILLSIDE AG CONSTRUCTION, LLC BOOTH W-337, W-338 5565 Strasburg Road • Gap, PA 17527 717-442-9468 • Fax 717-442-4546 Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy curtains. Show Representative: Vernon Ebersol, Sam Ebersol HOARD’S DAIRYMAN BOOTH L-209 28 W. Milwaukee Avenue • Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 920-563-5551 • Fax 920-563-7298 email@example.com • www.hoards.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hoard’s Dairyman is a magazine for dairy farmers and others closely involved in the dairy industry. It contains articles about feeding, breeding, herd health and a wide range of other dairy topics. Hoard’s Dairyman will also have information available on the wide range of other books and materials that they handle on specific dairy topics. Show Representative: Andy Dellava, Cindy Johnson HOMESTEAD NUTRITION, INC. BOOTH 285, 286, 287 245 White Oak Road • New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-4398 • Fax 717-355-0148 firstname.lastname@example.org www.homesteadnutritioninc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Vital dairy products, crop guard, vital guard, alfazyme, Stoller crop health therapy products. Show Representative: Leslie D. Yoder HOOBER FEEDS BOOTH E-314 3216 Mill Lane, PO Box 39 • Gordonville, PA 17529 717-786-3216 • Fax 717-768-7775 email@example.com • www.hooberfeeds.com Products To Be Exhibited: Feed manufacturing - dairy, horse, swine & steer. Show Representative: Ron Moore
firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Hybrid seed corn & soybeans. Show Representative: Fred Lepley HUD-SON FOREST EQUIPMENT, INC. BOOTH 236, 237 8187 State Route 12, PO Box 345 • Barneveld, NY 13304 800-765-7297 • Fax 315-896-2627 email@example.com • www.hud-son.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hud-son portable sawmills, Hud-son firewood processors, Uniforest winches. Show Representative: Eric Hertel I & J MFG. LLC BOOTH 557, 558 5302 Amish Road • Gap, PA 17527 717-442-9451 IBA, INC. BOOTH E-327, E-328 PO Box 31 • Millbury, MA 01527 508-865-0911 • Fax 508-865-0720 IDIEHL LLC BOOTH 700, 701 130 West Market Street • Hallam, PA 17406 717-885-0383 • Fax 717-318-5308 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.idiehlservices.com Products To Be Exhibited: High Tunnel, circulating fan, cow light, hydroponic system, glass glazing system. Show Representative: Matthew Krum, Iain Gray, Frederick Haines, Jennifer Loucks INTERNATIONAL SILO ASSOCIATION BOOTH L-208A E106 Church Road • Luxemburg, WI 54217 920-655-3301 • Fax 920-845-9277 email@example.com • www.silo.org Products To Be Exhibited: We will be handling material on feed storage methods. We will have a slide show program. Show Representative: Leroy Shefchik IVA MANUFACTURING BOOTH E-318, E-319, E-320 175 Churchtown Road • Narvon, PA 17555 717-768-0747 • Fax 717-768-8350 Products To Be Exhibited: Crop sprayers w/ 500 gallon tank, 60’ booms w/ air-ride suspension, 3pt 200 gallon sprayer w/ manual folding 28’ booms. New Products Being Introduced: The air-ride suspension system. Show Representative: Daniel Blank
J & B CONTRACTORS BOOTH E-305 128 Geist Road • Lancaster, PA 17601 717-656-7722 • Fax 717-656-7574 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.jbcontractorspa.com Products To Be Exhibited: J&B Contractors will display literature and building samples of the world-renowned CoverAll steel framed and tensioned fabric covered buildings. J & B Contractors is a Cover-All authorized dealer. Show Representative: Ron Weaver J & D MANUFACTURING BOOTH 280, 281 6200 Highway 12 • EauClaire, WI 54701 email@example.com • www.jdmfg.com 800-998-2398 • Fax 888-972-4454 Products To Be Exhibited: Fans, curtain systems, gates, fencing, panels, rubber mats, freestall systems, livestock waterers. Show Representative: Jim Hildenbrand J & J SILO COMPANY, LLC BOOTH 291 36 A Meadow Lane • Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-7456 • Fax 717-768-0006 Products To Be Exhibited: J & J Silo will present information on a full line of feeding eq. from Jamesway, Valmetal, Van Dale, N.D.E & IH, Rissler. J & J Silo also offers manure handling equipment including Jamesway tanks, pumps and alley scrapers. Dry Hill pumps and Bauer separators. Show Representative: John Fisher, Ivan Ebersol J.L. GOSSERT & CO. FORESTRY BOOTH-347 1386 Druck Valley Road • York, PA 17406 717-751-0864 • Fax 717-840-8797 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Informational display only on timber marketing & management. Show Representative: Jeff Gossert J.S. WOODHOUSE CO., INC. BOOTH 440 PO Box 1169, 1314 Union Street • West Springfied, MA 01090 413-736-5462 • Fax 413-732-3786 email@example.com • www.jswoodhouse.com Products To Be Exhibited: Maschio tillers, Jacto sprayers, Shaver post drivers, Sitrex hay equipment, Brown cutters, Millcreek spreaders, Fransgard timber winches. Show Representative: Nelson Wardell
HOOBER, INC. BOOTH E-377, O-314 PO Box 518, 3452 Old Philadelphia Pike • Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-8231 • Fax 717-768-3055 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.hoober.com Products To Be Exhibited: Case IH Show Representative: Timothy Brinton HOOF TRIMMERS ASSOCIATION INC BOOTH 269 PO Box 8575 • Missoula, MT 59807 406-543-1823 email@example.com • www.hooftrimmers.org Products To Be Exhibited: Hoof health. Show Representative: Dan Leer HORNING MFG., LLC BOOTH 501 1647 Union Grove Road • East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-9317 • Fax 717-445-9354 Products To Be Exhibited: Silage & grain processing eq., Horning crop processors. Show Representative: Leon Jr. HUBBARD FEEDS BOOTH L-201 11 Fernwood Drive • Myerstown, PA 17067 717-507-5032 • Fax 717-866-6394 firstname.lastname@example.org HUBNER SEED CO., INC. BOOTH H-302, H-303 4439 Marietta Avenue • Columbia, PA 17512 717-629-6371 • Fax 717-684-9930
See Us In Building 3 E316-317
JAYLOR FABRICATING, INC. BOOTH W-349 RR #2 • Orton, ON Canada L0N 1N0 519-787-9353 • Fax 519-787-7053 email@example.com • www.jaylor.com Products To Be Exhibited: Vertical TMR feed mixers. Show Representative: Jamie Vasa JEFO USA, INC. BOOTH 207 29311 Co. Rt. 69 • Copenhagen, NY 13626 315-286-7793 • Fax 315-786-7846 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.jefo.com Products To Be Exhibited: Jefo markets rumen protected Vitamin B Complexes for transition and lactating cows. Stop by the Jefo booth to learn more about these exciting products. Show Representative: Mike Knight, Les Berghorn KAMAR PRODUCTS, INC. BOOTH E-358 4530 Summersong Road • Zionsville, IN 46077 317-709-3618 • Fax 317-733-9791 email@example.com • www.kamarinc.com Products To Be Exhibited: We are proud to be exhibiting the Kamar® Heatmount® detector, a device for detecting the onset of standing heat (estrous) in cycling cattle. Celebrating 50 years, Kamar is proud to be the first name in heat detection since 1960, and the innovative leader ever since. Show Representative: Joshua Walker KEL-KROP ENTERPRISES BOOTH W-306, W-307 125 Stone Road • Womelsdorf, PA 19567 610-589-2614 • Fax 610-589-2597 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.kel-krop.com See Us At Booths E318-E320
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Products To Be Exhibited: Plant food, fertilizers, Genesis calcium, soil health products, seeds, liquid fish fertilizer. Show Representative: Paul Keller KENCOVE FARM FENCE SUPPLIES, INC. BOOTH W-318, W-319 344 Kendall Road • Blairsville, PA 15717 800-536-2683 • 724-459-8991 Fax 800-418-6631 • 724-459-9148 email@example.com • www.kencove.com Products To Be Exhibited: High tensile fence supplies, electric fence energizers, rotational grazing supplies, hydraulic post drivers, gates and horse fence. New Products Being Introduced: Solar DollyTM, Kencove Strip Grazer, Hot Top® horse fence. Show Representative: Bonita Whalen KEYSTONE CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. BOOTH 272, 273 477 E. Farmerville Road • New Holland, PA 17557 717-355-2361 • Fax 717-355-9548 Products To Be Exhibited: Precast concrete T walls, feed bunk, cattle guard & slated floor barns. Show Representative: Tabb Justus KEYSTONE GROUP AG SEEDS BOOTH E-361, E-362 360 Leiser Road • New Columbia, PA 17856 firstname.lastname@example.org 570-538-1170 • Fax 570-538-3164 Products To Be Exhibited: Seeds. Show Representative: Joe Anchor KING CONSTRUCTION CO., LLC BOOTH 254, 255 601 Overly Grove Road • New Holland, PA 717-354-4740 • Fax 717-355-2469 email@example.com • www.kingconstruction.org Products To Be Exhibited: Custom designed dairy facilities to satisfy the needs of any customer with the highest quality and value including state-of-the-art milking parlors, freestall barns, heifer barns and calf barns. We also build large pole barns for any application. Show Representative: Dean Hoover KING’S AGRISEEDS INC BOOTH 403, 404 96 Paradise Lane • Ronks, PA 17572 717-687-6224 • Fax 717-687-4331 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.kingsagriseeds.com Products To Be Exhibited: High energy forage seeds for healthy cows and profits. Alfalfa, corn, BMR sudan, leafy grasses. New Products Being Introduced: Various cover crops. Show Representative: Tim Fritz
KUBOTA TRACTOR CORP. BOOTH 123 6300 at One Kubota Way • Groveport, OH 43125 614-835-1100 Ext. 3470 • Fax 717-560-2163 email@example.com • www.kubota.com Products To Be Exhibited: Kubota tractors, excavators, utility vehicles. New Products Being Introduced: Kubota track loader. Show Representative: Tom Burton KUHN NORTH AMERICA, INC. BOOTH 100 1501 Seventh Avenue • Brodhead, WI 53520 608-897-2131 • Fax 608-897-2561 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.kuhnnorthamerica.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hay equipment, large square balers, TMR mixers, manure spreaders, round balers. New Products Being Introduced: New Helix Reel Mixer. Show Representative: John Hartman, email@example.com KUHN’S MFG. LLC BOOTH B 4210 Kinsman Road • N. Bloomfield, OH 44450 440-693-4096 • Fax 440-693-4336 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Kuhn hay accumulators. Show Representative: Kenny Kuhns KUTZ FARM EQUIPMENT, INC BOOTH I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q 72 Kutz Road • Pine Grove, PA 17963 507-345-4882 • Fax 570-345-2884 email@example.com • www.kutzfarm.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hay tedders, horse trailer, fence mower, rototiller, 3-way dump. New Products Being Introduced: Combination dump/load slope trailer, 3-way dump, fence mower (The Goat). Show Representative: Gerald Kutz and Family L CUBED CORPORATION dba TAM Systems BOOTH E-376 871 RANGE END Road • Dillsburg, PA 17019 717-432-9738 • Fax 717-432-8389 www.tamsystems.com Products To Be Exhibited: Bucket elevator, grain bin, grain dryer. Show Representative: Howard Rife L.R. GEHM, LLC / CoPulsation™ BOOTH 416 9502 Route 79 • Lisle, NY 13797 607-849-3880 • Fax 607-849-3880 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.copulsation.com Products To Be Exhibited: CoPulsation™ milking system, Vacumizer™ vacuum pump controller, VacuTraxTM vacuum system monitor, Pulse-Check™ pulsation analyzer. Show Representative: Lanny Gehm
Contact your B.L.C. Representative Jennifer L. Berkis-Kemmerer - (800) 743-3009 Mike Fullam - (570) 966-3456 Tim Kline - (800) 520-3133 Lisa Francisco-Sonnen - (570) 458-6785
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JAMESWAY FARM EQUIPMENT BOOTH 135 12 Route 249 St. Francis-Xavier-de-Brompton, QC Canada J0B 2V0 819-845-7824 www.jameswayfarmeq.com Products To Be Exhibited: Ultratrac 6200 tanker w/ injector, Ultra pump 32’, alley scraper units & accessories. New Products Being Introduced: Vertical trailer pump. Show Representative: Dave McKeen, Tom Rohlf
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS LANCASTER AG PRODUCTS BOOTH 427 60 North Ronks Road • Ronks, PA 17572 717-687-9222 • Fax 717-687-9355 email@example.com • www.lancasterag.com Products To Be Exhibited: Products used for biological and organic farming, livestock production, produce, gardens and more. Show Representative: Amos Martin, Bill Saadeh LANCASTER D.H.I.A. BOOTH W-332, W-333 409 Canoe Mountain Drive • Williamsburg, PA 16693 814-330-5222 • Fax 814-832-1907 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lancasterdhia.com Products To Be Exhibited: Herd management data records, PCDart herd computer management system, PCR-DNA testing, microbiology lab, water testing. New Products Being Introduced: PCRDNA testing. Show Representative: David Bigelow, Sr. LANCASTER DAIRY FARM AUTOMATION BOOTH 502 50 E. 28th Division Hwy • Lititz, PA 17543 800-422-4587 • Fax 717-627-4826 email@example.com www.lancasterdairy.com Products To Be Exhibited: For 26 years Lancaster Dairy has been a full service milking equipment company. Specializing in programs and services to help producers improve profitability by concentrating on udder health and milk quality. New Products Being Introduced: Introducing the very latest in robotic milking technology the Galaxy Starline Astrea robotic milker
from Insentec. Show Representative: Dennis Milhoan, Fonda Rowe, Wayne Howes LANCASTER FARMING, INC. BOOTH H-305 PO Box 609 • Ephrata, PA 17522 717-721-4411 • Fax 717-733-6058 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lancasterfarming.com Products To Be Exhibited: Lancaster Farming publication. Show Representative: John Betz LANCASTER SILO CO., INC. BOOTH E-378 2008 Horseshoe Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-299-3721 • Fax 717-299-2382 email@example.com • www.lancastersilo.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hammermill, bale grabber, skid loader buckets.
LAND O’ LAKES, INC. BOOTH H-306 405 Park Drive • Carlisle, PA 17015 717-486-2235 • Fax 717-486-3152 www.landolakesinc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Cooperative membership.
LAPP’S BARN EQUIPMENT BOOTH A 5935 Old Philadelphia Avenue • Gap, PA 17527 717-629-2594 • Fax 717-442-3112 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lappsbarn.com Show Representative: Jake Lapp
LANCO MANUFACTURING, INC. BOOTH W-347 2740 Stumptown Road Bird In Hand, PA 17505 717-556-4143 • Fax 717-656-4133 email@example.com www.lancoequipment.com Products To Be Exhibited: Lanco litter/lime spreaders. Show Representative: Clarence Lytle LANCO-PENNLAND BOOTH 429 7817 Rock Jim Road Stewartstown, PA 17363 717-556-4143 • Fax 717-656-4133 Show Representative: Jerry L. McCleary
Booth 116 in the Toyota Building at the Keystone Show
w e N and Silo Unloader
Also the following lines of equipment
MATS FROM A TO Z Free Stalls Tie Stalls
STARLINE & Van Dale® Replacement Parts
Tie Stall Alleyways Horses Alpacas / Lamas Dogs Many Other Uses
573 Willow Road Lancaster, PA 17601 PHONE: (717) 299-2536
See us at Booth #W348B
Ridgeview New Holland
James River Equipment
Orange, VA (888) 864-5503
Abingdon, VA (276) 628-2372
Danville, VA • (434) 822-6110 Burkeville, VA • (434) 767-5578
Clover, VA (434) 735-8161
LEIDEN LAND & CATTLE BOOTH O-309 525 Maple Road • Coalport, PA 16627 814-672-5374 • Fax 814-674-5063 firstname.lastname@example.org www.leidenlandandcattle.com Products To Be Exhibited: Manure scrapers, Hay-saver feeders, mineral feeder, water tanks, New Wave alley flooring, grain feeders, straight and angled plows. Show Representative: Thad Leiden LELY USA, INC. BOOTH 111 220 E Lauer Lane • Camp Hill, PA 17011 407-257-9011 • Fax 267-295-1183 email@example.com • www.lely.com Products To Be Exhibited: Robotic milking system, robotic feed pusher, robotic manure scraper. Show Representative: Alfred Kamps LIRA / KAUFFMAN’S ANIMAL HEALTH BOOTH E-331 38 Genesee Street • Greene, NY 13778 717-239-8013 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.liragold.com Products To Be Exhibited: Animal health products, microbial DFM’s. Show Representative: Robert Nesbitt M. MEYERS & ASSOCIATES BOOTH 290 36 Stephenson St. • Dollard Des Ormeaux, Quebec Canada H9A 2V9 514-581-5488 • Fax 514-487-5400 email@example.com • www.tiresidewalls.com Products To Be Exhibited: 100% Nylon, Bias Ply Truck Tire Sidewalls. Show Representative: Danny Nadler
MAHINDRA USA BOOTH 540, 541 5203 Aeropark Drive • Houston, TX 77032 281-449-7771 • Fax 281-372-0357 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.mahindra.com Products To Be Exhibited: Mahindra tractors. Show Representative: Bill Watt MAHONING OUTDOOR FURNACE BOOTH 222A, 222B 208 Whiskey Run Road • Mahafey, PA 15757 814-277-6675 • 814-277-6686 email@example.com www.mahoningoutdoorfurnaces.com Products To Be Exhibited: Outdoor furnaces. MARK HERSHEY FARMS, INC. BOOTH 431 479 Horseshoe Pike • Lebanon, PA 17042 717-867-4624 • Fax 717-867-4313 Products To Be Exhibited: Feed products. Show Representative: Dean Alger MARTIN LIMESTONE, INC. BOOTH 257 PO Box 550 • Blue Ball, PA 17506 717-354-1370 Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural limestone. Show Representative: Paul Miller MARTIN WATER CONDITIONING BOOTH 710 740 E. Lincoln Avenue • Myerstown, PA 17067 717-866-7555 • 717-866-4134 Show Representative: Jeff Martin MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA MILK PRODUCERS BOOTH E-323, E-324 7432 Grove Road • Frederick, MD 21704 301-663-6552 • 301-696-9144 www.farmsupplywarehouse.com Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy supplies. Show Representative: Mike Hansberger MAX, MUTUAL AID EXCHANGE BOOTH H-300 Max agents located throughout the MidAtlantic Region! 877-971-6300
firstname.lastname@example.org www.faithbasedinsurance.com Products To Be Exhibited: Property and Casualty Insurance products: farm, home, church, business, renter’s and auto. Show Representative: Joe Snavely, Lamar Benner McFARLANE MANUFACTURING, INC. BOOTH O-107 1330 Dallas Street • Sauk City, WI 53583 608-643-3321 • 608-643-3976 email@example.com • www.flexharrow.com Products To Be Exhibited: McFarlane reel disk, vertical tillage seeder conditioner. Show Representative: Steve Pesik McHENRY PRESSURE CLEANING SYSTEMS BOOTH O-311 100 D. Bucheimer Rd • Frederick, MD 21701 301-663-4683 • 800-221-6905 • Fax 301-695-1411 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.mchenrypcs.com Products To Be Exhibited: Radiant / space heaters. Show Representative: Jay Keller, Dennis Black, Scott Dameron McLANAHAN CORPORATION BOOTH E-312 200 Wall Street • Hollidaysburg, PA 16673 814-695-9807 • Fax 814-695-6684 email@example.com • www.sandmanuresolutions.com Products To Be Exhibited: McLanahan Corporation specializes in sand manure solutions for dairy farms. Our products include: complete sand separation systems, manure solid liquid separation systems, fine sand removal, pump systems conveyance systems and stall fillers, both trailer & truck mount units. We also offer manure systems engineering & design. New Products Being Introduced: Solid liquid separation & self cleaning sand lane. Show Representative: Greta Halahan MENSCH MANUFACTURING BOOTH L-215, L-216 2499 S. Highway M-37, PO Box 418 • Hastings, MI 49058 269-945-5300 • Fax 269-945-5584 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.menschmfg.com Products To Be Exhibited: Mensch vacuum, side-shooters, manure scrapers, feed alley scraper, fluffer.
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LAWN CARE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. BOOTH 124 PO Box 70, 311 Willow Street Terre Hill, PA 17581 717-445-8431 • Fax 717-445-4357 email@example.com www.lawncaredistributors.com Products To Be Exhibited: Grasshopper mowers, Central Boiler, Efco hand held equipment, Electro-Majac pressure washers. Show Representative: Ken Martin
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS MESSICK’S FARM EQUIPMENT BOOTH 105, 106, O-101 187 Merts Drive • Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Fax: 800-222-3373 • Fax 717-367-6662 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.messicks.com Products To Be Exhibited: Miller Pro sprayers, New Holland tractors & haying equipment, Newton Crouch fertilizer spreaders, Brillion tillage & spreading equipment, New Holland skid loaders. Show Representative: Jay Gainer MEYER MANUFACTURING CORP. BOOTH O-100 574 W. Center Avenue, PO Box 405 Dorchester, WI 54425 717-532-8297 • Fax 717-532-8371 email@example.com • www.meyermfg.com Show Representative: Ronald Reed MH EBY BOOTH W-355 1194 Main Street • Blue Ball, PA 17506 800-292-4752 • Fax 717-355-4971 www.mheby.com Show Representative: Darryl Breniser MID-ATLANTIC AGRI SYSTEMS BOOTH W-346 1106 Ashville Road • Quarryville, PA 17566 717-529-2782 • Fax 717-529-3137 firstname.lastname@example.org www.midatlanticag.com Products To Be Exhibited: Houle manure handling equipment, Valmetal feeding equipment, Cadman irrigation equipment, Aerway aeration systems, fan, screw press separators, BRU units. Show Representative: Scott Bristow, Russ Johnson, Kurtis Lemaire
MID-ATLANTIC DAIRY ASSOCIATION PA DAIRY PROMOTION PROGRAM BOOTH 235 325 Chestnut Street, Suite 600 Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-627-8800 • 814-498-2058 Fax 215-627-8887 • 814-498-2049 email@example.com • www.dairyspot.com New Products Being Introduced: Dairy promotion checkoff programs. Show Representative: Cindy Weimer, Laura England, Lisa Perrin MID-ATLANTIC SEEDS BOOTH E-364, E-365 CUMBERLAND VALLEY CO-OPERATIVE BOOTH 251, 252 204 St. Charles Way #163E • York, PA 17402 717-852-8894 • Fax 717-845-7693 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Mid-Atlantic seed corn, soybeans & alfalfa. Show Representative: Jim Vizzard MID-ATLANTIC SEEDS / CV CO-OPERATIVE BOOTH 251, 252 204 St. Charles Way #163E • York, PA 17402 717-852-8894 • Fax 717-845-7693 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Mid-Atlantic seed corn, soybeans & alfalfa. Show Representative: Jim Vizzard MILK-RITE U.S.A. BOOTH E-301 110 Lincoln Street Johnson Creek, WI 53038 800-558-0150 firstname.lastname@example.org www.milk-rite.com Products To Be Exhibited: Impulse performance milking assemblies, Ultra liner in-
flation brands, Ultra Premium milk hose. New Products Being Introduced: Impulse inflation assemblies. Show Representative: Mark Schmuhl MILLER DIESEL, INC. BOOTH E-308 6030 Jonestown Road Harrisburg, PA 17112 717-545-5931 • Fax 717-545-3467 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Diesel fuel injection pumps, fuel injectors, electronic fuel system components, turbochargers, FPPF fuel additives & batteries. Show Representative: Mike Cirillo, J.J. Miller MIRACO BOOTH E-336, E-337 PO Box 686 • Grinnell, IA 50112 800-541-7866 • Fax: 641-236-3341 www.miraco.com Products To Be Exhibited: Automatic livestock watering systems, Mirafounts, Lil Springs, Big Springs, Equifounts. Show Representative: Mike Emmert
M.M. WEAVER & SONS, INC. BOOTH 103, O-106 169 N. Groffdale Road • Leola, PA 17540 717-656-2321 • 717-656-4930 Show Representative: Eugene Hurst MONTY’S PLANT FOOD CO., INC BOOTH W-309A 4800 Strawberry Lane • Louisville, KY 40209 502-489-9888 • Fax 502-489-9890 firstname.lastname@example.org www.montysplantfood.com Products To Be Exhibited: Monty’s foliar plant food, adjuvents and micro-nutrients. New Products Being Introduced: Monty’s agricultural sugar. Show Representative: Larry Strange, Bill Campbell, Tyler Williams MORRISEY INSURANCE BOOTH 424 890 N. Reading Road • Ephrata, PA 17522 717-336-3894 • Fax 717-336-3729 email@example.com • www.insuringyourfuture.com Products To Be Exhibited: Insurance. Show Representative: Sue Beshore, Jason Morrissey, Kris Mase
MOUNT JOY FARMERS COOPERATIVE BOOTH 210 1471 W. Main Street • Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-5431 • Fax 717-653-2047 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy producer co-operative. Show Representative: Gib Martin
See us in Building 3 Booth E-353A Call today for your installation: Winter time may be a good time to turn your cows out for a day of renovating.
Call today to pick your installation date 717-442-8850
MUELLER BOOTH 119 1028 Mt. Pleasant Road Quarryville, PA 17566 417-872-5715 • 717-786-1148 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Milk cooling equipment. Show Representative: Vic Leininger MUTLIMIN USA, INC. BOOTH E 2809 East Harmony #190 Fort Collins, CO 80528 970-372-2302 • Fax 970-631-8945 firstname.lastname@example.org www.multiminisa.com Products To Be Exhibited: Multimin90 is an injectable fast acting pre-treatment of the trace minerals copper, zinc, manganese and selenium. Dairy producers use Multimin90 in replacement heifers and cows at least 4 weeks before critical times of high trace mineral demand such as Al and calving and at dry-off to optimize immunity of the cowq and her calf and reproductive performance of the cow. Show Representative: Pete Hausser MYCOGEN SEEDS BOOTH 213, 214 100 Friendly Drive • Hanover, PA 17331 717-476-2984 • Fax 866-656-8850 email@example.com • www.mycogen.com Products To Be Exhibited: Mycogen corn, soybeans, sunflowers. Also silage hybrids, mycogen BMR and TMF hybrids. Dow Agrisciences chemicals. New Products Being Introduced: EnList, Refuge Advance, new Mycogen MBR hybrids. Show Representative: Jeff, Joe, Jennifer, Travis NACHURS ALPINE SOLUTIONS BOOTH 244, 245 421 Leader St • Marion, OH 43302 905-541-9041 www.nachurs.com Products To Be Exhibited: Liquid starter and foliar fertilizers. Show Representative: Wayne Oosterhoff
NASF BOOTH W-304 324 Polly Miller Road • Mohawk, NY 13407 866-737-6273 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: NASF offers a Healthy Calf Program that means bigger calves from birth to 3 months. Fight scours and pneumonia, naturally, with an antibioticfree liquid supplement, Qwik Qwench. Sanitize your calves’ buckets, bedding and heads to protect from virus and disease with an easy fogging application, Envizo Kleaner. Show Representative: John Clark, MacKenzie Waro NATIONAL FARMERS ORG - NFO BOOTH 534 231 School House Road Palmyra, PA 17078 717-314-5564 email@example.com • www.nfo.org Products To Be Exhibited: Opportunities to market milk, grain and livestock. Show Representative: Rick Goss NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (NIOSH) BOOTH 241B PO Box 18070, Cochrans Mill Road Pittsburgh, PA 15236 412-386-6609 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Personal protective equipment for pesticide handling. Show Representative: Kim Faulkner NEW HOLLAND AGRICULTURE BOOTH 108, 109 500 Diller Avenue • New Holland, PA 17557 email@example.com • www.newholland.com Products To Be Exhibited: Ag tractors - 30 HP to 200 HP, utility vehicle, haying equipment - round/small square, discbine. Show Representative: Seth Doman
Count on Northeast Agri Systems For All Your Housing Needs
See Us at the Keystone Farm Show Booth 122 - Toyota Building
New facilities and renovations for: • Egg production - caged, enriched colony or cage free • Broiler, Turkey and Duck Production • Hog Production, traditional or open housing Lititz, PA • (800) 673-2580 Laurel, DE • (800) 735-6361 www.neagri.com Authorized
Master Distributor since 1982
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MORTON BUILDINGS, INC. BOOTH E-332, E-333 3368 York Road • Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-624-3331 • Fax 717-624-4045 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.mortonbuildings.com Products To Be Exhibited: Product information on agricultural, equestrian, suburban and commercial buildings. Show Representative: Paul Schenk
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS NEXTIRE, INC. BOOTH E-380, E-381 30451 Garfield Street • Roseville, MI 48066 586-777-8881 • Fax 586-777-1866 email@example.com • www.flt-online.com Products To Be Exhibited: Opportunities to market milk, grain and livestock. Show Representative: Rich Ilg
outdoor power equipment such as chainsaws, blowers, trimmers, hedgetrimmers and cultivators. New Products Being Introduced: Battery operated hedgetrimmers and new chainsaw models. Show Representative: Mike Hopstetter, Ralph Stang
NORTH BROOK FARMS, INC. BOOTH W-335, W-336 89 York Street • Auburn, NY 13021 877-624-2638 • Fax 315-834-9675 firstname.lastname@example.org www.northbrookfarms.com Products To Be Exhibited: Superstall-foam mat/MC2 for cows, Superstall-foam mat/waterproof cover for horses, Cow MattressesMOO2, waterproof top cover-MC2, horse mattresses-EquiSoft, brisket boardsDuraBrisket, manger liners-HDPE, Geotextile fabric, plastic plywood, manager linersHDPE sheets and rolls, plastic moldings, PVC wall panels-DuraPanel, PVC ceiling liner-Ag Turf, playground rubber-Safe-T-Soft. New Products Being Introduced: Full line of equine comfort products and Dust Fence arena footing. Show Representative: Carolyn Kyle, Grant Kyle
NUTRILINX LLC BOOTH 721 704 West Hill Road • Hardwill, VT 05843 802-917-3233 • Fax 802-472-3340 email@example.com • www.nutrilinx.com Show Representative: Al Ames
NORTHEAST AGRI SYSTEMS, INC. BOOTH 122 139A West Airport Road • Lititz, PA 17543 717-569-2702 • Fax 717-569-9748 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.neagri.com Products To Be Exhibited: Chore-Time poultry equipment & hog equipment. Bin Trac bin scales. New Products Being Introduced: ChoreTime enrichable versa cage, Chore-Tronics 3 controllers, Chore-Time’s new Liberty Broiler feeder, Chore-Time chain disk fill system. Show Representative: David Newman, John Zimmerman, Jay Sensenig, Carl Anthony NORTHEAST FEED BOOTH 214A 54 Brown Street • Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-421-7201 Ext. 125 • Fax 717-367-2546 email@example.com www.northeastfeed.com Products To Be Exhibited: Liquid Feeds. Replace corn! Save money! Increase feed efficiency! Increase palatability. New Products Being Introduced: Maimum forages. Show Representative: Matt Killian, Ray Kline NORTHEAST STIHL BOOTH 511, 512 14 Forest Parkway • Shelton, CT 06484 203-929-8488 • Fax 203-944-5642 firstname.lastname@example.org www.stihldealers.com Products To Be Exhibited: Stihl handheld
NUTRITION PHYSIOLOGY CORP./ BOVAMINE BOOTH 434 702 N Quinn • Guy Mon, OK 73942 717-715-4575 • Fax 717-666-6263 email@example.com www.bovamine.com Products To Be Exhibited: Bovamine is a unique formula of bacteria which stabilizes the gastrointestinal tract, producing a beneficial effect on rumen digestion and intestinal nutrient absorption that results in an enhancement in milk production efficiency and overall immunity status of the animal. Bovamine is distributed in southcentral PA by White Oak Mills, Inc. Show Representative: Alden Bowman, Bruce Kreider, Dean Kessler, Dave Sheaffer, JC Hammond, Pete Kennet NYCAMH / NEC BOOTH 611 One Atwell Road • Cooperstown, NY 13326 800-343-7527 • Fax 607-547-6087 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.nycamh.com Show Representative: Todd Fiske O. A. NEWTON BOOTH W-302, W-303 PO Box 397 • Bridgeville, DE 19933 6280 Clinton Street Road • Bergen, NY 14416 800-726-5745 • Fax 302-337-3739 email@example.com www.oanewtonirrigation.com Products To Be Exhibited: Valley, Kifco/Ag Rain, John Deere Water, Pivot Power Pumps. Show Representative: John Lowe, Bob Given OLD MILL TROY, THE BOOTH 538, 539 PO Box 567 • North Troy, VT 05859 570-898-5882 • Fax 570-437-1936 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy products. Show Representative: Tom Buck
ORGANIC VALLEY / CROPP COOPERATIVE BOOTH 401 One Organic Way • LaFarge, WI 54639 888-444-6455 • Fax 608-625-3019 email@example.com www.organicvalley.coop • www.farmers.coop Products To Be Exhibited: Cropp Cooperative/Organic Valley is America’s largest organic cooperative and represents over 1,600 farmers in 34 states. Organic Valley produces a variety of organic foods, including dairy, eggs, soy, produce and juice. The Coop also produces organic meats under the Organic Prairie label. Show Representative: Peter Miller OUTBACK HEATING, INC. BOOTH 262, 263 89 Arrow Lane • Stuarts Draft, VA 24477 540-337-9600 • Fax 540-337-9603 firstname.lastname@example.org www.outbackheatinginc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Heatmor stainless steel outdoor furnaces. New Products Being Introduced: The all new Heatmor design. Show Representative: Carl Berkhiemer OWENS CORNING BASEMENT FINISHING SYSTEMS BOOTH 603 2000 Locust Gap Highway Mt. Carmel, PA 17851 570-339-5100 • Fax 570-339-5112 email@example.com • 800newroom.com Products To Be Exhibited: Basement finishing systems. Increase your home’s value, add quality to your life at home. Installed in two weeks, designed specifically for basements. Installed by factory certified professionals. Show Representative: Kris OXBO INTERNATIONAL BOOTH 104 7275 Byron Road • Byron, NY 14422 585-548-2665 • Fax 585-548-2599 firstname.lastname@example.org www.oxbocorp.com
Products To Be Exhibited: Oxbo hay mergers. New Products Being Introduced: Self propelled 34’ hay merger. Show Representative: Ken Krokowski PA ONE STOP PENN STATE UNIVERSITY BOOTH 241A 116 ASI Building • University Park, PA 16802 814-574-9633 • Fax 814-863-7043 email@example.com • www.paonestop.org Products To Be Exhibited: Free web application for nutrient management and E&S planning. Also Agmap internet advertising directory for agricultural businesses. Show Representative: Bob Neiderer, Rick Day P.L. ROHRER & BROS., INC. BOOTH E-300 2472 Old Philadelphia Pike Smoketown, PA 17576 717-299-2571 • Fax 717-299-5347 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rohrerseeds.com Products To Be Exhibited: Pasture Perfect® mixes, Wildlife Perfect® mixes, America’s Alfalfas, Garden Perfect seeds and Turf Perfect mixes. Show Representative: Gary Bender PA DIARY PRINCESS & PROMOTION SERVICES BOOTH 624 PO Box 188 • Stewartstown, PA 17363 717-599-4363 • Fax 717-585-6536 email@example.com • www.padairy.org Products To Be Exhibited: Fertilizer, feed, seed, custom application, nutrition consulting services. Show Representative: Ben Hushon PA FARM BUREAU BOOTH 276, 276A, 277 PO Box 8736 • Camp Hill, PA 17001 717-761-2740 • Fax 717-731-3575 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.pfb.com Show Representative: Jackie Wimberly
PARADISE ENERGY SOLUTIONS BOOTH 706 5292 Lincoln Highway • Gap, PA 17527 717-723-0948 • Fax 717-401-5158 email@example.com www.paradiseenergysolutions.com Products To Be Exhibited: Solar energy display stand, solar panel and inverters. PATTERSON FARMS MAPLE BOOTH 240 132 Walnut Hill Road • Millersville, PA 17551 717-872-8233 • Fax 717-872-7696 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pattersonmaplefarms.com Products To Be Exhibited: PA maple syrup & maple products. When you think maple...think Patterson Farms, producers of maple cream, maple sugar, jelly, peanuts, cashews, maple BBQ sauce, maple salad dressing & maple dipping mustard. Distributor of CDL-Maple Pro equipment. New Products Being Introduced: Maple dipping mustard. Show Representative: Mary Lee Zechman, Richard Patterson, Linda Neal PATZ CORPORATION BOOTH 131 917 Business 141, PO Box 7 Pound, WI 54161-0007 920-897-2251 • Fax 920-897-4312 email@example.com www.patzcorp.com Products To Be Exhibited: Feeding and manure handling equipment, TMR mixers, gutter cleaners, silo unloaders, bedding choppers, pumps. Show Representative: Bill Allen
PBZ LLC / CROP CARE / ZIMMERMAN CATTLE CONTROL BOOTH 113, 115 50 Wood Corner Road • Lititz, PA 17543 717-738-7365 • Fax 717-738-7369 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pbzinc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Sprayers, gates, headlocks, cattle chutes, hoof trimming chute, bale movers, milking stalls. Show Representative: Amos Hursh, Richard Bucj, Randall Zimmerman, Eric Burkholder, Galen Martin PDM INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. BOOTH E-326 4050 Lincoln Way West Chambersburg, PA 17202 717-369-5500 • Fax 717-369-5033 email@example.com www.pdminsurance.com Products To Be Exhibited: Insurance for the farm and agribusiness producer, including crop insurance. Show Representative: Rita McMullen, Angie Lininger PEARSON LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT BOOTH O-310 7314 Harpine Highway • Linville, VA 22834 540-833-2444 • Fax 540-833-2444 Products To Be Exhibited: Complete livestock working system and squeeze chute. Show Representative: Peter & John Hostetler PENN DIESEL SERV. CO. BOOTH E-329 337 N. Fairville Avenue Harrisburg, PA 17112 717-545-4207 • 800-535-2913 Fax 717-545-0115 firstname.lastname@example.org www.penndiesel.com Products To Be Exhibited: Turbochargers, diesel fuel additive. Show Representative: Bob Nicolodi
PENN JERSEY PRODUCTS, INC. BOOTH E-374 PO Box 7 • New Holland, PA 17557-0007 717-354-4051 • Fax 717-355-9308 email@example.com www.slurrystore.com • www.harvestore.com Products To Be Exhibited: Penn Jersey is the area’s only authorized Harvestore® and Slurrystore® dealer. Stop by for the latest in quality feed storage and unloading and livestock waste handling, including methane digesters from CST Storage. We can also help with financing options. Show Representative: Frank Possessky, Drew Possessky, Ray Zimmerman, Bob Woods
PENNSYLVANIA CERTIFIED ORGANIC BOOTH W-341 106 School Street Suite #201 Spring Mills, PA 16875 814-422-0251 • Fax 814-422-0255 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.paorganic.org Products To Be Exhibited: Organic certification services. Show Representative: Lee Rinehart
PENN STATE AG SAFETY & HEALTH BOOTH 241E 221 Agricultural Engineering Building University Park, PA 16802 814-865-7157 • Fax 814-863-1031 email@example.com • www.agsafety.psu.edu Products To Be Exhibited: Manure storage ventilation safety demonstration to reduce human entry risk. Show Representative: Dennis Murphy, Aaron Yoder, Bill Harshman
PENNSYLVANIA SOYBEAN PROMOTION BOARD BOOTH E-306 2215 Forest Hills Drive, Suite 40 717-651-5922 • Fax 717-651-5926 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.pasoybean.org Products To Be Exhibited: Soybean educational materials for farmers and consumers Making your checkoff pay off. Show Representative: Holly Fritz
PENNFIELD CORPORATION BOOTH 247, 248 711 Rohrerstown Road Lancaster, PA 17604 717-295-8733 • Fax 717-295-8768 email@example.com • www.pennfield.com Products To Be Exhibited: Animal feed, milk replacer. Show Representative: Jennifer Horn PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE (PASA) BOOTH L-203 PO Box 419 • Millheim, PA 16854 814-349-9856 • Fax 814-349-9840 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.pasafarming.org Products To Be Exhibited: Educational materials on sustainable agriculture production topics. Information about upcoming PASA events, including our farming for the future conference in February. Show Representative: Michele Gauger
PENNSYLVANIA SERVICE & SUPPLY BOOTH 425 417 Oak Hill Road • Biglerville, PA 17307 717-334-6129 • Fax 717-334-6129 email@example.com Show Representative: Roger Wherley
PEQUEA PLANTER BOOTH 432, 433 561 White Horse Road • Gap, PA 17527 717-442-4406 Products To Be Exhibited: Corn planter attachments. Show Representative: Daniel Stoltzfus PERMA-COLUMN EAST, LLC BOOTH 438, 439 PO Box 87 • Lenhartsville, PA 19534 610-509-2105 • Fax 610-562-7160 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.permacolumn.com Products To Be Exhibited: Pre-cast concrete columns to be used in post-frame construction. Show Representative: Allen Homan
KEYSTONE FARM SHOW • BOOTH E-372
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For more information, contact 539 Falling Spring Road, Chambersburg, PA 17202 Ph: 717-263-9111 Fax: 717-263-5573 Toll Free: 1-888-464-6379 E-mail: email@example.com www.rydersupply.com
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PACMA, INC. BOOTH L-304, L-305 475 E. High Street • Palmyra, PA 17078 800-722-6246 • Fax 717-838-7062 www.pacmainc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Grain and commodity merchandise.
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS PETERSHEIM’S COW MATTRESS, LLC BOOTH 137 972 Dry Wells Road • Quarryville, PA 17566 717-786-2918 • Fax 717-786-2686 www.realcowcomfort.com Products To Be Exhibited: Pasture Mat cow comfort systems. New Products Being Introduced: Pasture Mat Gell Mattress. Show Representative: Merrill Nolt PIONEER HI-BRED INT., INC. BOOTH E-349, E-350, E-351 59 Greif Pkwy., Suite 20 • Delaware, OH 43015 877-861-5216 • Fax 740-657-6150 www.pioneer.com Products To Be Exhibited: Industry leading crop genetics including the first integrated corn refuge system, Optimum® AcreMax®1, locally proven Pioneer® brand Y-series soybean varieties and silage-specific corn hybrids will be at the front of conversations for 2012. Other services inlcude Pioneer Premium Seed Trearment, FIT® field planner mapping, and local agronomy testing through our IMPACT® trials. Agronomy information is available 24hrs a day on Pioneer.com and mobile Pioneer.com. New Products Being Introduced: Silage specific, BMR corn hybrids available for 2012 planting. Show Representative: Ed Lazowski, Tim Markovits, Melanie Burk, Joe Mayer, Dennis Manbeck, Jonathan Rotz, Tammy Weaver P.L. ROHRER & BROS., INC. BOOTH E-300 2472 Old Philadelphia Pike • Smoketown, PA 17576 717-299-2571 • Fax 717-299-5347 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.rohrerseeds.com Products To Be Exhibited: Pasture Perfect® mixes, Wildlife Perfect® mixes, America’s Alfalfas, Garden Perfect seeds and Turf Perfect mixes. Show Representative: Gary Bender PLASTIC WELDING BOOTH 526 1714 Porters Corners Rd • Dundee, NY 14837 607-243-3796 • Fax 607-243-8327 PNC BANK BOOTH 407 4242 Carlisle Road • Camp Hill, PA 17011 717-735-4206 • Fax 888-887-7952 email@example.com • www.pnc.com/agriculture Products To Be Exhibited: Financial services geared to the agricultural community. Show Representative: Ken Darlington, Mikme Dixon, Stan Michonski, Warren Graeff POLY EXCEL LLC BOOTH 601 199 Coon Rapids Blvd NW 206 • Coon Rapids, MN 55432 612-280-8391 • Fax 763-792-0726 Show Representative: Eddie Toms POWER AG BOOTH 527, 528 2213 Leabrook Rd • Lancaster, PA 17601 717-203-0690 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.powerag.com Show Representative: Mark Shelley POWER PRO EQUIPMENT BOOTH 443 Allentown • New Holland • West Chester, PA 800-832-2228 • Fax 717-355-2466 email@example.com powerproequipment.com Products To Be Exhibited: Mahindra tractors, TYM tractors. New Products Being Introduced: Mahindra tractors. Show Representative: Jim, Hank, Brent, Terry POWER SYSTEMS ELECTRIC, INC. BOOTH E-382, E-383 1261 Little Mountain Road • Myerstown, PA 17067 717-933-5617 • Fax 717-933-8196 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.psegenerators.com Products To Be Exhibited: Sales, manufacturers, and repairs of generators. Show Representative: Mark Witmer, John Mellinger
PRECISE CONCRETE WALLS, INC. BOOTH 256 525 Hollander Road • New Holland, PA 17557 717-355-0726 • Fax 717-354-6735 Products To Be Exhibited: Manure tanks, buner silos. Show Representative: Roy Sensenig PRECISION PLANTING BOOTH W-326, W-327 200 Farm Lane • Millerstown, PA 17062 717-589-7505 • 309-925-5050 email@example.com www.precisionplanting.com Products To Be Exhibited: Monitor for corn planters that can control down force, variable rate planting & row shut off. Precision finger pick-up & vacuum meters. New Products Being Introduced: Wave Vision sensor. Show Representative: Robert Burkholder, Ryan Burkholder, Curtis Martin, Kent Fritz PRIORITY IAC, INC. BOOTH 426 3504 County Road CR • Manitowoc, WI 54220 800-256-4567 • Fax 920-682-1155 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.priorityiac.net Products To Be Exhibited: Products sold by company: Priority One, Priority DCP & Priority Calf Gold. Product description: The P-One Program converts lactic acid to propronate the pre-corser to protein and energy. This helps maintain healthy rumen PH which reduces acidosis. Show Representative: Brad Wagner PROGRESSIVE PRESSURE SYSTEMS, INC. BOOTH 239 1248 E. Newport Road • Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-5511 • Fax 717-626-5098 email@example.com www.progressivepressure.com Products To Be Exhibited: Mi-T-M hot and cold pressure washers, John Bean sprayer, related accessories. Show Representative: Martin Weaver PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING BOOTH 241 PO Box 585 • Jerome, ID 83338 800-320-1424 • Fax 208-324-1133 www.progressivepublish.com Products To Be Exhibited: Progressive Dairyman magazine, Progressive Forage Grower magazine. Show Representative: Layne Whitby, Emily Caldwell PROVITA EUROTECH LTD BOOTH 205 21 Bankmore Road Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland BT79 0EU 888-534-2691 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.provita-animalhealth.com Show Representative: Neil Hess, Gary Kohli QUALITY CRAFT TOOLS BOOTH H-301 8994 SR 73 • Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-393-4954 • Fax 937-393-5657 Products To Be Exhibited: High quality farm related tools, gloves, safety lights, channel lock and vise grip tools. Lincoln lubricating tools, American made punch and chisel sets, Ingersoll Rand air tools and impact socket sets. New Products Being Introduced: Adjustable oil filter wrench, satin finish adjustable wrenches, jumper pak 220 amp. Show Representative: John & Steve
RCM INTERNATIONAL, LLC BOOTH L-202 PO Box 4716 • Berkeley, CA 94704 510-834-4568 email@example.com • www.rcminternationalllc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Anaerobic digester systems design. Show Representative: Merv Yoder RED BARN CONSULTING, INC. BOOTH R 1383 Arcadia Road, Suite 001 • Lancaster, PA 17601 717-393-2176 • Fax 1-888-850-6015 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.redbarnag.com Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural engineering and environmental services including nutrient management planning, odor management planning, CAFO permitting, conservation plan writing. Professional engineering services including structural design (manure storages, barnyards and other BMPs), land development planning, erosion and sediment control planning and local, state and federal permitting assistance. Show Representative: Peter Hughes, Amy Helms, Glenn Hershey, Jeff Ainslie RED DALE AG SERVICE BOOTH 400 1448 Red Dale Road • Orwigsburg, PA 17961 570-943-2634 • Fax 570-943-2763 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy nutrition and consulting services. Red Dale Ag Service is an independent dairy nutrition company and custom mineral manufacturer. Show Representative: Robert Krammes, James Delahoy, Jennifer Gehringer, Kyle Krammes, Darryl Maulfair, Eric Blauch, Josh Szczyglak REDMOND MINERALS INC BOOTH 717 6005 N 100 W • Redmond, VT 84652 866-735-7258 • Fax 435-529-7402 REED EQUIPMENT SALES BOOTH W-356, W-357 700 Baltimore Road • Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-532-8297 • Fax 717-532-8371 firstname.lastname@example.org Show Representative: Ronald Reed REINECKER AG PRODUCTS BOOTH 506, 507 7270 Old Harrisburg Road • York Springs, PA 17372 717-528-8428 • Fax 717-528-7065 email@example.com • www.reineckerag.com Products To Be Exhibited: Jug livestock waterers & Edstrom cattle cooling systems. Show Representative: Dave Reinecker RENAISSANCE NUTRITION, INC. BOOTH 294 PO Box 229, 339 Frederick Road • Roaring Spring, PA 16673 814-793-2113 • Fax: 814-793-0037 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.rennut.com Products To Be Exhibited: Renaissance Show Representative: Dr. Tim Snyder, Fred Martsolf, Dave Kehr, Matt Kehr, Jay Beidel, Mike Fredd, Jay Beodel, Mike Fredd, Mike Mertz, Don Mahlandt, Gerald Garber, Keith Stoltzfus, Duane Gearhart, Barry Ickes RISSER GRAIN BOOTH H-307 1196 Holtwood Road • Holtwood, PA 17532 888-845-1814 email@example.com • www.rissergrain.com Show Representative: Mike Zeller
QUALITY MILK PRODUCTION SERVICES BOOTH 261 22 Thornwood Drive • Ithaca, NY 14850 607-255-8202 • Fax 607-257-8485 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.qmps.vet.cornell.edu Products To Be Exhibited: We will present information to better manage and reduce bulk tank SCC. We will also present information on reducing mastitis treatment costs. Show Representative: Frank Welcome
ROTO-MIX BOOTH W-358 2205 E. Wyatt Earp Boulevard • Dodge City, KS 67801 620-225-1142 • Fax 620-225-6370 email@example.com • www.rotomix.com Products To Be Exhibited: Roto-Mix & Oswalt feed mixers, Roto Spread manure spreaders. Show Representative: Allin Butcher
RAIN AND HAIL, LLC BOOTH E-315 3120 Highwoods Boulevard, Suite 202 • Raleigh, NC 27604 804-432-5388 • Fax 804-730-3993 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.rainhail.com Products To Be Exhibited: Crop insurance/agri-business insurance. Show Representative: Bill Ufer
RSI CALF SYSTEM BOOTH 266, 267 3047 Industrial Dr, PO Box 421 • Flemingsburg, KY 41041 800-493-4945 • Fax 606-849-3383 email@example.com • www.rsicalf-systems.com Products To Be Exhibited: Calf hutches, indoor calf pens, small animal housing. Show Representative: Jeff Schwartz
RYDER SUPPLY CO. BOOTH E-372 539 Falling Spring Road Chambersburg, PA 17201 717-263-9111 • Fax 717-263-5573 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Ritchie livestock waterers, Weaverline carts, chain harrows, bale spears & hydraulic multiplier, W1K insecticide applicators. Show Representative: Ernest Bert, Sr.
S & S SILO dba S & I PUMP CRETE LLC BOOTH 278, 279 3114 Compass Road Honeybrook, PA 19344 610-273-3993 Products To Be Exhibited: Silo, silo components. Show Representative: Soloman Zook S.I. DISTRIBUTING, INC. BOOTH 420, 421, 422 13540 Spencerville Road Spencerville, OH 45887 419-647-4909 • Fax 419-647-6290 email@example.com • www.sidist.com Products To Be Exhibited: Combine, planter and grain drill enhancements. New Products Being Introduced: SCH Easy Cut II cutting system. Show Representative: Roger Neate, Jim Niekirk SALFORD FARM MACHINERY BOOTH W-350, W-350A 364018 McBeth Road Salford, ON, Canada N0J 1W0 866-442-1293 • Fax 519-485-1311 firstname.lastname@example.org www.salfordmachine.com Products To Be Exhibited: Salford tillage and seeding. Show Representative: Dave Gunkelman SANIMAX BOOTH 436 2099 Shawano Avenue Green Bay, WI 54303 920-494-5233 • Fax 519-494-9141 www.sanimax.com Products To Be Exhibited: Wet brewers grains. Show Representative: Mark Jakiel SCHAEFFER’S MFG. CO BOOTH L-200 479 Three Hill Rd • Spring Grove, PA 12362 717-577-5284 • Fax 717-225-6325 SCHNUPP’S GRAIN ROASTING, INC. BOOTH 217 416 Union Road • Lebanon, PA 17046 717-865-6611 • 717-865-7334 email@example.com Show Representative: John Forry SCHULTE INDUSTRIES BOOTH C 122 Sycamore Ct • Northampton, PA 18067 610-762-8950 • Fax 610-262-2861 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.schulte.ca Products To Be Exhibited: Rotary cutters, rock pickers, snow blowers. Show Representative: Wayne Gursky
SEEDWAY, LLC BOOTH W-342, W-343 275 North Eight Street Mifflinburg, PA 17844 570-966-3841 • Fax 570-966-9413 email@example.com Show Representative: Dave Galer SELECT SIRE POWER, INC. BOOTH W-308 369 Distillery Rd • Newmanstown, PA 17073 717-821-5446 firstname.lastname@example.org www.selectsires.com Products To Be Exhibited: Select Detect Estrus Detection System. Show Representative: Jared Zimmerman SHOW-EASE STALL CO. BOOTH 116 573 Willow Road • Lancaster, PA 17601 717-299-2536 • Fax 717-299-1074 Products To Be Exhibited: Talk with ShowEase about your silo unloader needs, we have many old, obsolete parts also. Mats for any reason or season, drinkers, calf hutches, conveyors and barn cleaners are among the products we sell. Brand names - Badger, Hanson, Silomatic, VanDale, Starlite, Graltz. New Products Being Introduced: Ritchie, RSI calf systems. Show Representative: Connie Bender, Tom Livengood, Jerry Offenbaker SHUR-CO OF OH BOOTH E-307 1100 N. Freedom Street • Ravenna, OH 44266 330-297-0888 • 866-356-0242 Fax 330-297-5599 email@example.com • www.shurco.com Products To Be Exhibited: Shur-Lok roll tarps, electric tarp options, ProTrap electric hopper opener, Cable-Lok spool roll tarp. New Products Being Introduced: LiteAllTM LED work light package. Show Representative: Steve Dolezal SILO STOP BOOTH 708 6106 Tasajillo Trail • Austin, TX 78739 602-329-0358 • 602-218-4319 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.silostop.com Products To Be Exhibited: SiloStop clean film, SiloStop gravel bags, SiloStop anti-UV tarps. Show Representative: Shawn Ryan SILVWE STREAM SHELTERS BOOTH 702 Box 393 • Neche, ND 58265 204-327-5566 • Fax 204-327-6625
SNYDER EQUIPMENT, INC. BOOTH 423 15140 State Route 405 Watsontown, PA 17777 570-538-5555 • 570-538-5953 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Olympia fabric structures. Show Representative: Debbie Snyder SOLLENBERGER SILOS, LLC BOOTH 292, 293 5778 Sunset Pike • Chambersburg, PA 17202 717-264-9588 • Fax 717-709-9990 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sollenbergersilos.com Products to be Exhibited: Sollenberger Silos, LLC, in business since 1908, is celebrating 100 years of building poured concrete silos, and other concrete products for farm and industry. Our line of concrete products include: upright poured concrete silos, precast bunker panels, concrete feed bunks, cattle/deer guards, manure storage tanks, and concrete silos for cell towers. Show Representative: Bob Francis, Ken Mansfield, Randy Gayman STAN’S SERVICE CENTER BOOTH L-210, L-211 717-445-1331 • Fax 717-755-7655 STEINER BOOTH 508, 509 1028 Street Road • Southampton, PA 18966 920-699-6834 Ext. 1467 • 215-357-1071 email@example.com www.schillergc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Steiner articulating tractors & various attachments. Show Representative: Freeman Geiser STEINWAY EQUIPMENT BOOTH 449, 500 12335 Emerson Road • Apple Creek, OH 44606 330-857-8700 www.steinwayequipment.com Products To Be Exhibited: Stein-way heavy duty barn equipment - free stalls with dual chamber, cow waterbeds, self-locks, gates, waterers and PTO generators. Show Representative: Joe Speicher STOLTZFUS SPREADERS BOOTH 117 PO Box 527 • Morgantown, PA 19543 610-286-5146 • Fax 610-286-6600 firstname.lastname@example.org www.limespreaders.com Products To Be Exhibited: Stoltzfus BMS 1516 spreader, Stoltzfus WLS 50 (new design). Show Representative: Gary Lake
SLAYMAKER GROUP, THE BOOTH E-366 146 Penn Street • Washington Boro, PA 17582 717-684-5050 • Fax 717-684-6180 email@example.com www.slaymakergroup.com Products To Be Exhibited: The Slaymaker Group consisting of three companies: Slaymaker Electric Motor & Supply Co., Slaymaker Rentals & SEMS-TECH will be displaying generators, motors, custom fabricated controls & components, VFD’s & pumps. Will also be providing free informational literature on products & services. New Products Being Introduced: Full auto lowering - wireless silo unloader controls. Featuring wireless remote controls. SMUCKER’S ENERGY LLC BOOTH 608, 609 5117 Old Philadelphia Pike • Kinzers, PA 17535 717-768-7777 • Fax 717-768-7549 firstname.lastname@example.org www.smuckersenergy.com Show Representative: Javan Lapp SMUCKER’S MEATS BOOTH W-338A 735 Pinkerton Rd • Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-0303 • Fax 877-445-7367 email@example.com www.smuckersmeats.com Products To Be Exhibited: Custom processing under USDA inspection. Beef, Bison and Pork.
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STOR-LOC BOOTH 529, 530 880 N Washington • Kankakee, IL 60904 800-786-7562 firstname.lastname@example.org Show Representative: Mike Ryan STRALEY FARM SUPPLY BOOTH 221, 222 1760 E. Canal Road • Dover, PA 17315 717-292-2631 • Fax 717-292-5640 Products To Be Exhibited: McConnell tractors, farm tractors and machinery and related products, handouts. New Products Being Introduced: Lifetime wagon beds. Show Representative: Adam Laughman, James Straley, Robert Merkert, Joyce Straley STRAY VOLTAGE BOOTH E-325 105 Sedgewick Park • New Hartford, NY 13413 315-735-0952 • Fax 315-735-7261 email@example.com www.strayvoltagetesting.com Products To Be Exhibited: Information on Stray Voltage. Stray Voltage Testing, LLC is an individual owned company working to help the dairy farmer with stray voltage. In the past 20 years Bill Roberts has tested over 2,300 farms. Ninety percent of the farms tested have had stray voltage high enough to affect the cattle. New Products Being Introduced: Fence Detector: The most common stray voltage found is caused by the electric fence. The Fence Detector is a state of the art 24 hour a day monitoring system to alert the farm owner if stray voltage from a fence system is at a location where it could affect some of the animals. There is a visual and audio alert system to alert the farm owner if it detects stray voltage at one, two or three locations on the farm. The Fence Detector can be shipped and easily installed by the farm owner. Show Representative: William Roberts STULL EQUIPMENT COMPANY BOOTH 542 201 Windsor Road • Pottstown, PA 19464 800-724-1024 • Fax 610-495-7510 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.stullequip.com Products To Be Exhibited: Hustler turf equipment, BCS tillers & attachments, Worldlawn mowers & snow throwers, Buffalo Turbine blowers & Cushman 4WD utility vehicle. New Products Being Introduced: Cushman 1600XD, Hustler Diesel Z with VX4 deck & Buffalo turbine Mega Blower. Show Representative: George Lasure, Dean Walker
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RUHL INSURANCE BOOTH 402 26-28 Market Square, PO Box 7 Manheim, PA 17545 800-537-6880 • Fax 717-665-3515 email@example.com • www.iruhl.com Products To Be Exhibited: Ruhl Insurance provides a risk management program for the agricultural community through a variety of insurance products. Ruhl Insurance will be available to discuss with farmer/producers and agri-businesses ways to maximize the value of the premium dollars paid for insurance protection. We are knowledgeable in farm owners, auto, worker’s comp., business insurance, crop and all aspects of equine. LGM Dairy and LGM swine. Show Representative: Nevin Dourte, Bob Moore, Aaron Schwartz
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2012 KEYSTONE FARM SHOW EXHIBITORS SUKUP / LNR FEED & GRAIN SYSTEMS BOOTH E-355 10258 Grindstone Hill Road • Greencastle, PA 17225 717-597-7563 • Fax 717-597-7036 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Sukup grain bins, Sukup grain dryers, Lambton bucket elevators, Lambton drag conveyors, Brandt grain augers & belt conveyors. Show Representative: Lawrence Martin SUMMIT GLOVE INC / MILKERS HELPERS BOOTH 408 310 S. Grant Street • Minerva, OH 44657 800-2454-7117 • Fax 330-868-4169 SUNDANCE VACATIONS BOOTH 617 264 Highland Park Blvd • Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 570-820-0900 SUNLION ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC. BOOTH 619, 620 2330 Dairy Road • Lancaster, PA 17601 717-898-8700 • 717-898-8778 email@example.com www.sunlionenergysystems.com Products To Be Exhibited: SunLion Energy Systems, Inc. is the premier installer for agricultural solar systems, providing turn-key services including permitting, paperwork for any available state or federal rebates/tax credits and interconnection agreements with the customer’s power provider. Show Representative: Tim Hollinger SUPERIOR SILO LLC BOOTH 118 316 Good Road • East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-5751 • Fax 717-445-5752 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Silo hardware products, wind turbines. Show Representative: James Burkholder SUSQUEHANNA BANK BOOTH 406 1060 Main Street • Blue Ball, PA 17506 717-354-3501 • Fax 717-355-2370 email@example.com • www.susquehanna.net Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural financing. Show Representative: Scott Hauseman SUSQUEHANNA DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP D.K. HOSTETLER, INC. BOOTH 528 950 Hellam Street • Wrightsville, PA 17368 717-252-2412 • Fax 717-478-2800 firstname.lastname@example.org www.dkhostetler.com • www.susqauto.com Products To Be Exhibited: Susquehanna Dodge Chrysler Jeep markets and sells the complete line of Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep vehicles. We will have vehicles on display as well as information on our entire product line. D.K. Hostetler Inc. markets and sells a varied line of vehicle bodies including dump bodies, utility bodies and platform bodies for many market segments within the industry. New Products Being Introduced: In partnership with D.K. Hostetler, Susquehanna Dodge Chrysler Jeep will have two work ready trucks on display. One vehicle will have a Rugby steel dump body while the other one will have a M.H. Eby aluminum new style flat bed body with gooseneck. Show Representative: Larry Roach-Susquehanna Dodge Chrysler Jeep, Jack Collitt-D.K. Hostetler Inc.
SYNGENTA SEEDS BOOTH W-344, W-3.45 218 Oxford Rd • Annville, PA 17003 717-480-2938 SYRVET, INC BOOTH G 955 S.E. Olsen Dr., PO Box 490 Waulee, IA 50263 515-987-5554 • Fax 515-987-5553 email@example.com • www.syrvet.com Products To Be Exhibited: Caipan, livestock prods & livestock markers. Show Representative: Pete Hausser T.A. SEEDS BOOTH W-315, W-316, W-317 PO Box 300 • Avis, PA 17721 570-753-5503 • Fax 570-753-4445 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.taseeds.com Products To Be Exhibited: Corn, silage, alfalfa, forage grasses and soybeans. Show Representative: Taylor Doebler, David Huffman, David Shriver, Candie Manny TAURUS SERVICE, INC. BOOTH W-310 PO Box 164 (Grist Flat Road) • Mehoopany, PA 18629 570-833-5123 • Fax 570-833-2690 email@example.com • www.taurus-service.com Products To Be Exhibited: Profitable Genetics™, Taurus sires, Browndale specialty sires, Foundation sires, New Zealand Genetics. Show Representative: Dick Witter TDL AGRITECH BOOTH F 5983 Rte 11 • Homer, NY 13077 607-749-3931 • Fax 607-749-3266 firstname.lastname@example.org www.tdlagritech.com Products To Be Exhibited: Jobe valves, Dynamint udder cream, FIL animal markers, Peach Teat calf nipples. Show Representative: Pete Hausser TEAMAG, INC. BOOTH E-313 120 Lake Street • Ephrata, PA 17522 717-721-6795 • Fax 717-721-9275 www.teamaginc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural engineering & consulting, crop consulting, land development, precision ag, nutrient management, dairy expansions, CAFO permitting, methane gas digesters.. Show Representative: Jedd Moncavage TECH MIX, INC. BOOTH 428 PO Box 221, 740 Bowman Street • Stewart, MN 55385 320-562-2740 • Fax 320-562-2125 email@example.com • www.techmixglobal.com Products To Be Exhibited: Tech Mix, Inc. manufactures specialty animal health products. Bovine Bluelite®, the patented rehydration formula, Calf RestartTM One-4 for dehydrated and nutrient deficient young calves. Tech Mix, Inc. offers a wide range of nutritional products to help you meet the daily challenges of keeping your herd healthy. New Products Being Introduced: Pro Max, YMCP Show Representative: George Clayton, Larry Pittman
SWEITZERS FENCING PRIEFERT BOOTH 518, 519, 450 13227 Fishel Road • Felton, PA 17322 800-315-9523 • Fax 717-993-9946 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.sweitzersfencing.com Products To Be Exhibited: Priefert ranch equipment, cattle handling, squeeze chutes, working sweep gates, horse stalls, Pod containment. Show Representative: Merle Sweitzer
THE CENTER FOR DAIRY EXCELLENCE BOOTH W-331 2301 N. Cameron Street • Harrisburg, PA 17110 717-346-0849 • Fax 717-705-2342 email@example.com www.centerfordairyexcellence.org Products To Be Exhibited: The Center for Dairy Excellence is a non-profit organization with programs focused on enhancing the profitability and strength of the Pennsylvania dairy industry. Show Representative: John Frey
SYNAGRO BOOTH 238 1605 Dooley Road • Whiteford, MD 21160 410-452-8000 • Fax 410-452-8070 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Our services-beneficial use of biosolids through land application. Show Representative: Rick Hushon, Jason Krankowski, Jonathan Coble, Mark Sattizahn, Peter Price, Laura Klunk
THE FERTELL CO BOOTH 533 PO Box 265 • Bainbridge, PA 17502 717-367-1566 • Fax 717-367-9319 email@example.com • www.fertell.com Products To Be Exhibited: The Fertelll Co - Organic fertilizers, feed supplements. Show Representative: Orin Moyer
THE MILL BOOTH 241C, 241D 4551 Norrisville Road • White Hall, MD 21161 410-692-2200 • Fax 410-692-2201 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.themillofbelair.com Products To Be Exhibited: Fertilizer, feed, seed, custom application, nutrition consulting services. Show Representative: Ben Hushon THE OLD-MILL TROY BOOTH 538, 539 347 Laidacker Road • Milton, PA 17847 800-945-4474 • Fax 802-893-1660 Products To Be Exhibited: Dairy nutrition products. Show Representative: Tom Buck THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY BOOTH 713, 714 2120 Cornwell Rd., Suite 1 717-270-4391 • Fax 717-675-2077 TIGERCO DISTRIBUTING COMPANY / AITCHISON / REESE BOOTH E-353 PO Box 128 • Braymer, MO 64624 814-494-1126 • Fax 660-645-2214 email@example.com • www.tigercoinc.com Products To Be Exhibited: Reese hay mowers have only five moving parts. Unique spreader/tedder gives 100% full swath width. Aitchison no-till drill. Only drill designed exclusively for forage seeding, 6” spacing, univ. tests show 2050% increased emergence. Continuous tube bale wrapper. Show Representative: Bob Benna TM REFRIGERATION BOOTH 268, O-103 553 Wentzel Road • East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-6272 • Fax 717-445-6029 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Alternate heating boilers. Show Representative: Rod High TRACTOR HOUSE BOOTH 605 120 W. Harvest Drive • Lincoln, NE 68521 402-458-4774 • Fax 402-479-2188 email@example.com • www.tractorhouse.com Products To Be Exhibited: Tractor House & Auction Time print publications and websites. Show Representative: Ali Lundy, Brent Fuhr TRIPLE M FARMS BOOTH 265 1525 King Street • Lebanon, PA 17042 717-272-3225 • Fax 717-272-1277 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.triplemfarms.com Products To Be Exhibited: Feed commodities, super tarps. Show Representative: Mark, Glenn, Steve TROOP ENTERPRISES BOOTH O-105 230 Troop Road • Cochranville, PA 19330 610-593-0731 • Fax 610-593-6843 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Whatcom - sand bedder, N-tech products. New Products Being Introduced: Ultra Barn - intermediate livestock housing unit. Show Representative: David Troop TROUBLE FREE LIGHTING BOOTH 535 791 Pleasant Ridge Rd • Holland, MI 49424 800-945-4474 • Fax 802-893-1660 U.S. FARMER BOOTH 613 PO Box 73 • LaGrange, KY 40031 502-225-4450 • Fax 502-225-4451 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.usfarmer.com Products To Be Exhibited: U.S. Farmer publication. UDDER COMFORT BOOTH 204 13473 County Road 18 Williamsburg, ON Canada K0C 2H0 888-773-7153 • Fax 613-543-3975 email@example.com • www.uddercomfort.com Products To Be Exhibited: Udder Comfort lotion (white & blue), Blue Spray, Yellow Spray and Masdtec. Show Representative: Willy Meerakker
UNIQUE BUILDING SYSTEMS, INC. BOOTH 126A 154 Church Street • Springville, PA 18844 570-965-2613 • Fax 570-965-2051 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Animat rubber flooring, Calhoun Super Structure buildings. Show Representative: Gary Johnson USDA U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE BOOTH L-205 2301 N. Cameron Street, Room G-19 • Harrisburg, PA 17110 717-787-5147 x204 • Fax 717-782-4011 email@example.com • www.usda.gov Products To Be Exhibited: Products and services from USDA: Conservation (NRSS), Statistics/Ag Census (NASS), Vet Services (APHIS), Farm Programs (FSA) Show Representative: Marc Tosiane U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE, NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE BOOTH L-208 2301 N. Cameron Street, Room G-19 • Harrisburg, PA 17110 717-787-5147 x 204 • Fax 717-782-4011 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.nass.usda.gov Products To Be Exhibited: We can help you tell the story about the importance of agriculture in your community! Plant and animal production statistics are available along with information about operator characteristics, retirement & lifestyle forms, income versus expenses, organic agriculture, direct sales to consumers and much more. Show Representative: Marc Tosiano, Director PA Field Office U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE, NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE BOOTH L-207 One Credit Union Place, Suite 340 • Harrisburg, PA 17110 717-237-2208 • Fax 717-237-2238 email@example.com • www.pa.nrcs.usda.gov Products To Be Exhibited: Conservation. Show Representative: Molly McDonough, Marc Tosiano VALMETAL, INC. BOOTH 136 230 Boul. Industrial St. Germain-De-Grantham, QC Canada J0C-1K0 819-395-4282 • Fax 819-395-2030 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.valmetal.com Products To Be Exhibited: Vertical mixers, silo unloader, conveyor, hammermill, feed cart, bale chopper, silage blower. Show Representative: Dave McKeen VI-COR BOOTH 283 PO Box 1483 • Mason City, IA 50402 641-423-1460 • Fax 641-423-0832 email@example.com • www.vi-cor.com Products To Be Exhibited: Vi-COR® (Varied Industries Corporation) a manufacturer located in Mason City, IA USA, concentrates on developing and researching all natural yeast culture products for all livestock health care needs. Vi-COR distributes to over 50 countries emphasizing on quality products and customer service. The Power of V® for animal health and nutrition. VIGORTONE AG PRODUCTS BOOTH 405 3520 East Koy Road, Box 96 • Portageville, NY 14536 585-703-8165 • 585-567-2333 firstname.lastname@example.org Products To Be Exhibited: Milk replacers, silage inoculants, premixes for dairy, beef, swine, poultry, medications, ration balancing programs. Show Representative: Larry Koerner VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY BOOTH 227 875 Oxford Avenue • Hanover, PA 17331 717-637-7121 • Fax 717-637-1234 email@example.com • www.vulcanmaterials.com Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural lime. Show Representative: Harry Deatrick
W.A. JOHNSON, INC. BOOTH L-302, L-303 2340 AmPere Drive • Louisville, KY 40299 502-266-7177 • Fax 502-266-7178 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.wajohnson.com Products To Be Exhibited: Johnson’s Grain Saver / Rock & Dirt Guard, Johnson’s FeederHouse Dust Diverter, Johnson’s Super Chop, Johnson’s FeedHouse Debris Deflector. Show Representative: Tim Johnson WEAVER DISTRIBUTING BOOTH E-302, E-303, E-304 131 Blue Mountain Road • Fredericksburg, PA 17026 email@example.com • www.weaverd.com 717-865-7440 • Fax 717-865-2667 Products To Be Exhibited: Trailer hitches and towing accessories, gooseneck and fifth wheel hitches, Tekonsha brake controllers, bike racks, trailer lights, weight distributing systems, pintle hitches, cargo carriers, winches, towbars, cushioned ag hitches, salt spreaders, towing mirrors, trailer parts and accessories, warning lights, trailer brakes, brake drums, tires and wheels, axles, suspension ehancements. New Products Being Introduced: Firestone air bag suspension, B&W gooseneck and tow-n-stow ball mounts, axleless trailer suspension. Show Representative: Mark Weaver, Earl Weaver WEAVER INSURANCE GROUP BOOTH 249 27 E. State Street • Quarryville, PA 17566 717-413-5862 • Fax 717-786-2045 firstname.lastname@example.org www.weaverinsurancegroup.com Products To Be Exhibited: Insurance. Show Representative: Roger Slusher WEAVER’S TOASTED GRAINS BOOTH E-330 220 White Oak Road • New Holland, PA 17557 717-355-BEAN (2326) • Fax 717-355-5094 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Gelatinized corn flakes, ground corn, flaked toasted beans, lt. soyflakes. Show Representative: Earl Weaver, Charles Erving WENGER FEEDS BOOTH 227A 101 West Harrisburg Avenue, PO Box 26 Rheems, PA 17570 800-692-6008 • Fax 717-367-5913 www.wengerfeeds.com Products To Be Exhibited: Wengers Feeds is a provider of poultry and swine feeds, ingredients and allied services in the Mid-Atlantic region. WENGERS OF MYERSTOWN BOOTH W-351A 814 South College Street • Myerstown, PA 17067 800-451-5240 • Fax 717-866-7866 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.wengers.com Products To Be Exhibited: Agricultural equipment, tractor implements, small parts, etc. Show Representative: Tracy Smith, Jake Walmer, David Mock, Bill Engle WESTFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY BOOTH W-334 PO Box 3010 • Lancaster, PA 17604 717-581-6750 • Fax 717-581-7059 email@example.com • www.westfieldgrp.com Products To Be Exhibited: Westfield farm & agribusiness insurance. Product literature & farm safety display. Show Representative: Greg Kirkham
WHITE HORSE CONSTRUCTION BOOTH E-338, E-339 5080 Leike Road • Parkesburg, PA 19365 610-593-5559 • Fax 610-593-6077 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.whitehorseconstructionpa.com Products To Be Exhibited: Construction display. Show Representative: Chris Stoltzfus WHITE OAK MILLS, INC. BOOTH 434, 435 419 W. High Street • Elizabethtown, PA 17601 717-367-1525 • 800-468-5524 • Fax 717-367-4845 email@example.com • www.whiteoakmills.com Products To Be Exhibited: White Oak Mills Inc. is a progressive feed manufacturer serving PA and northern MD dairy, swine & poultry producers with high quality feed products and services. White Oak Mills feed specialists will be present and literature will be available. Show Representative: Bruce Kreider, Don Snyder, Pete Kennett, Dean Kessler, Dave Sheaffer, Barry Geib, Jennifer Hampshire. WOOD-MIZER PRODUCTS, INC. BOOTH O-310A 8180 West 10th Street • Indianapolis, IN 46214 317-271-1542 Ext. 1262 • Fax 317-273-7007 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.woodmizer.com Products To Be Exhibited: Wood Mizer sawmills. Show Representative: Marty Parsons YODERWAY BUILDINGS BOOTH T 299 Jonestown Road • Thompsontown, PA 17094 717-275-5844 • Fax 717-535-4491 email@example.com • www.yoderway.com Show Representative: Emery Yoder, Mike Nolt, Chris Nolt, Amos Esh, Allen Esh ZARTMAN FARMS BOOTH 107 820 Hilltop Road • Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-1050 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.zartmanfarms.com Products To Be Exhibited: Calf hutches, feed bins, feed carts, TMR mixers, rubber flooring, cow mattresses. Show Representative: Tom Zartman ZEISET EQUIPMENT LLC BOOTH 447 2187 N. Penryn Road • Manheim, PA 17545 717-665-4056 • Fax 717-665-2240 email@example.com Products To Be Exhibited: Poultry, livestock and swine equipment along with pictures of our ag building projects. Show Representative: Marvin K. Zeiset ZIMMERMAN FARM SERVICE, INC. BOOTH 504 180 School Road • Bethel, PA 19507 717-933-4114 • Fax 717-933-9001 Products To Be Exhibited: Case IH equipment, general farm equipment. Show Representative: James Zimmerman ZIMMERMAN’S GLASSLINE STORAGE BOOTH 516, 517, 449B PO Box 26 • Oaklandmills, PA 17076 717-463-9731 • Fax 717-463-9755 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.silosandtanks.com Products To Be Exhibited: Al Stor stainless steel roof, rebuilt Goliath® unloader. Our outdoor display will have a Zabel hydraulic ram pump. Zimmermans is not affiliated with CST Industries Inc. CST Industries Inc, is the owner of the Harvestore®, Slurrystoce®, Goliath® and Alliance® trademarks. Show Representative: Marvin Zimmerman
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UNCOMMON USA ORIGINAL TELESCOPING FLAGPOLE BOOTH W-322 1146 N Main St • Lombard, IL 60148 800-419-5880 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.uncommonusa.com Products To Be Exhibited: Telescoping flagpoles, flags, light kits. Show Representative: Bill Taskey, Jerry Miller
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Progressive Agriculture Safety Day® Program reaches one millionth participant Milestone reached in farm safety and health education effort We all hear the horror stories of losing a loved one to a farm-related incident. The families left behind ponder what would have happened “if only.” If only he had been more careful, if only she wasn’t in such a hurry, if only we had known. Moved by stories of farming-related tragedies, Jack Odle, editor of The Progressive Farmer, launched an effort in 1995 to help prevent unintentional death on the farm. This effort evolved to become the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day® Program. Now in its 17th year, the effort has reached its onemillionth participant and is continuing the mission of eliminating farm injury and death by providing education and training to make farm, ranch and rural life safer and healthier for children and their communities through its Safety Day program. Penn State Extension Children and Youth Development educator Jana Davidson hosted the one-millionth Safety Day participant on Sept. 14, in Clearfield, PA. “Hosting this event is probably my favorite day of the year,” said David-
son. “(The kids) are getting so much education, but they’re having so much fun! The impact is huge. From the staff to the national sponsors, they’re helping us do what we couldn’t do alone at a local level.” 2011 marks Davidson’s fifth Safety Day, which started with 75 kids and has now grown to over 200 at each event. Today, Safety Days are made possible by the Progressive Agriculture Foundation® (PAF), an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit with a board of directors from within the agriculture industry and an operating budget of $2.6 million. The program’s curriculum has grown from basic farm safety to also include a focus on rural issues like hunting, ATV usage and even childhood obesity. While the Foundation’s leadership is proud to hit the millionth participant mark, they stress there is still much to be done. PAF hopes to reach its second-millionth participant within the next 10 years. “The number of children injured each year on farms has declined 59 percent since 1998, but there were still 15,012 farm injuries to children reported in 2009,” says Bob Marshall, of Bunge North America and PAF board
president. “We view even one injury as one too many. The educational outreach of the Safety Day program is one of the efforts that has made this decline possible. We plan to work hard to do even more in the coming 10 years with the generous support of our many new and long-term sponsors who donate both financially and with employee resources.” In addition to loyal sponsors, the program is largely made possible by a volunteer base that contributes time and skills to help run individual Safety Day events. “We can’t thank our volunteers enough,” says Susan Reynolds, executive director — programs for PAF. “We would not be able to reach as many children as we do without their gifts of time and resources.” In 2011 alone, approximately 18,000 volunteers have helped with PAF efforts. As many as 230,000 volunteers have helped throughout the last 17 years. The core mission of the Safety Day program is simple: to keep children safe and healthy. By focusing on topics that are relevant to children in rural areas, the Safety Day program has successfully reached over 1 million children and volunteers, and averages
400 Safety Day events a year, all over North America and the U.S. territories. Davidson continued, “I can’t say enough good things about PAF. This is a program I truly believe in. Reaching 1 million participants is a milestone, and I look forward to helping PAF continue to reduce farm incidents and death among children and in our communities.” For more information about PAF and to support the cause, go to www.progressiveag.org.
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