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:in Momnger, T ay, Februar-,/20, 1990 proval. These requests need to be made prior to signing up in pro- reporting to the ASCS office grams, changes in their operations for ASCS began acceptiRg applica, assure that farmers get full lions for the 1990 feed grain and records must wheat programs January 16. Farm- ers who participate in the programs Farmers are to contact the will be eligible to receive price sup- ASCS office if there has port loans and deficiency payments, change in the land owned or if applicable. Farmers are encour- if a farm will have a new aged to study the programs and )wner effective for 1990, or if a consider the benefits in relation to =s made in the operation Of their farm operations. farm unit, For further details, contact the Requests to combine farms or Greenbrier County ASCS Office, require spedal proc- 717 North Jefferson Street, Lewis- and County Committee ap- burg, orcal1645-6t72. ,, i ,,i ,, A Page For People Work Close to the 1 0% A,P.R: L.mtil Jan: 1. '91 on all new Deutz.All B Standard 14+9% A.P.RI war,/er period maximum totlof 60 I Rt. 2!9 N., Lewisburg, West Virginia 645-1711 CHICKEN CASSEROLE 1 large cooked chicken - let cool & pick meat off 1 can Cream of Celery Soup 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup 1 soup can of Milk 1 3/4 cup Chicken Broth 1 stick meltedButter 1 small pkg. Dressing Mix Place chicken in baking dish and pour soups & milk over chicken in dish. Top with package of Dressing Mix. Pour melted butter & chicken broth over the Dressing Mix. Bake at 3500 for 40 minutes By Mamle White Ronceverte Send your favorite recipe to Mountain Messenger 647-5724 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 Nominations are being accepted presented. for the national "Conservation Teacher of the Year" awards pro- gram through the Greenbrier Valley Soil Conservation District. The com- petition is open to all full-time teach- ers working at the kindergarten through high school level who have developed an outstanding program of conservation education. The national conservation Teacher of the Year will receive $1,000 in cash and an expense-paid trip to Atlanta for the 1991 annual iconvention of the National Associa- tion of conservation Districts (NACD), The national second place winner will receive a $500 cash award and the first place regional winner in each of seven areas will receive $200+ State awards are also Federal Lands Monongahela National Forest Supervisor Jim Page announced head per-month for each that final regulations for determining systems used, and will annual grazing fees on national For- determined for national est Systems lands in the Eastern tern lands in six des States were published in the Fed- subregions. In 1990[ eral Register January 25. for noncompetitive per Under the rule, fees for livestock subregion are: grazing use and occupancy will be Southeast/Delta $1 based on fair market value, as de- $0.84; Northeast $2.71; termined through use of comparable $3.51, and Corn Belt grazing lease rates from private Monongahela National lands, adjusted for the difference in ing rates for the costs of grazing leased private for 1990 will be lands and National Forest System month. lands, or through use. of prevailing A new feature of prices in competitive markets for grazing fee regulations is fee credits for a other Federal or State leased graz- ing lands, range improvements. are allowed for range Permitteas currently under non- competitive fee systems will have which the; priority for noncompetitive issuance individual permittee to of new term permits. Competitive develop on a specific bidding will continue to be used meet the management where already established, and will prescriptions in the be implemented for any permit is-.land and resource sued for a new allotment or allot- plan and allotment ment that is vacated and waived plan. The improvements back to the Government. Permittees volve costs which the Sponsored by NACD, the pur- under a competitive bid fee system would not ordinarily incur pose of the awards program is to will have the right of first refusal of a grazing.permit, be encourage the development of craa- new term permit by matching the benefit, and enhance tive learning experiences in conser-, high bid. - of vegetation for vation for young people. Any" Any fee increases will be phased tion, soil teacher in a public or pdvate school in over a five-year period. Grazing shed and wetland values, within the Conservation District who fees will be based on a rate per- and fishery values. puts emphasis on natural resource conservation as a regular part of the instruction is eligible for nomination. Interested teachers may obtain additional information and nomina- tion forms from the Greenbrier Val- ley Soil Conservation District (Phone 645-6173). The awards program also honors the conservation dis- tricts judged to have provided the most effective stimulus and help for conservation education program within the district. Bluegrass Market Saturday February 17, 1990 333 head sold to 95 buyers amounting to $67,459.58 STOCKER AND FEEDER STEERS; Under 500# 66.00 - 102.00 500 - 750# 48.00 - 94.50 Over 750# 63.50 - 70.00 Elmore's Farm Supply CLOSE-OUT SPECIALS ROUND BALE FEEDERS Heavy Duty 2 Piece (Round Pipe)_. 117.00 (Regular $133.00) Medium Weight (3-Piece)__ __ __ _$99.00 (Regular $111.80) Light Weight (3-Piece) (Regular $91.25) WHILE SUPPLY LASTS CASH.N-CARRY "We're The Farmer's Friend" 647-4355 HEIFERS; Under 500# 500 - 750# 50.00 -; Over 750# BULL CALVES 55.00 o BABY CALVES By Head 55.00- VEAL CALVES none SLAUGHTER CATTLE STEERS none HEIFERS 48.00 - 55.00 COWS 35.50 most sold 44.00' BULLS + Under 1000# Over 1000# 53.00 COW AND CALF PAIRS By Head HOGS SLAUGHTER 35.00 SOWS BOARS 22.00 PIGS & SHOATS bh HORSES 200.00" PONtuS. 15o.0o MULES 70.00 - 120.00 BLUE " 55.OO -RED None OTHERS 50.00 EWES BH BUCKS 15.00 - WETHERS None bh 4.00 - 70.00 C + P(~:~ +++++ +++r ++:++ Or~y PhoHe UBLE. b,~w~ & Marianne Cedar,ear nave more BUYERS man se,iem ~+ yoL; fe a seilel and you need a Duye[ call now Wi:P1 1t'1e ever.qncreasing demands foe real estate ana an exceg;,on year Io~ sales we are extremely short of proDer;=es 1o cover 1nat c~mstant demand ~ust a few of' our last r~ k" Wt.e . :. IOtt(~/S ;~:!d C,;lorl~ (:,.+.~ t; OOked Ke Jr!iS t'vlzvwF.sas VA Buyet+T his L+rospc>ct+ve [.)u~.'f h;:+(~ C.;l!it;d ;Ifti}r rocc+w+H~i ~',+~ l,itt}s[ NaDor]a~ Catalog She ~s ;OOKmC Jm ~()0 4( a~ so w~tr~ ~, +:,r 4 /++dft11 PIOUSO iS corr)lHLj In n(.+x[ W(;OK WM sDLrlc~ up tO $150 00f) v,;m NLWS ('A Buyer Called after seeing our ao ,n tile Los Anqetes " m+,,., [ :+okv'+g t'O+ acreage near nui~4>ugr~ Oflt? {,f WOOi'qy malhngs W+tnts 2 bd+m nocLq{:+ clu+ot 4r~,a r':k~, range m the '+$40.000's }l/i!( moP, t F[ Buyul Calk.+d trom catalog Fh+ }ro;c':. ~,=..+ 4:ru4'.+. sold Wants hOUSe on a h.+w acres on the edge of :c:,++r~ Pr.,:, [o }: ;u~ )00 C'~'=+tR;,!-+ 'IN E~,L+yor-]-i'+i+s WaS a refer!a; item ~ te'm{;r d+;,! +4 purer Sh~++ W 1i1{% % ~tC: Of fTIOH] With SO[111J WOODS ahO priV3C~ CV+~t~V @P IYPUf-'+~'[{'s }i-t+sus German Sheperds W+li spen(+ up to $6,0 000 ~{id~tlo~lal +ltQUIf~]S L:,~]RItL~ i{l [{OR1 I'tOUSIOfl [ X f-rost,o (JA P,;~it,rnor~ M[) C%r ,el vine SC Ivhilbora VA i'heso nau~lle::. ,.ow:ma ~ +'+'+, type .~" {,] { ~- t ,;'+[{)N~. P!OIlI(+ MOUN]AIN HOMF F FRO[ t::,RIiEY f-" < c," ,'-t +t ~" Mar!anne (]edarleat 645-4110 K y Ha::~r C]u nn+ 392-6263 Small "Amer,ca+s Hural and [own" Real Estate Company." Alderson Friday February 80 head sold to amounting to SIBCKFR AND FEE~ BABY CALVES By, Head 52.50 I 80.00 SLAUGtt FER CA1 TL~E /+++ k/, +: t{ :So!