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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 21, 1990 ii II II Keep up a sleady pace acre atler acw with a new Deulz-Allis SM Series mounled disc mowe~ Nothing beats It lot clean, uniform non-plu cutting--even it your crop is dowr~ 'a'e; ant tangled Choose a Deutz-Allis dtsc mower and gel your mowing done ori lime Available in ~wo size~- ~'11" or 8'(f' cuttln.~ widths Stop m soon and see our full linu ot haym~ equipmenl DEUTZ ALLIS See what sets us apart. r; Route 219 N., Lewisburg, WV 645-1711 SOMEONE WANTS TO BUY YOUR FARM The question is who? That's where we come in, UNITED NATIONAL REAL ESTATE. We are a highly progressive brokerage service specializing marketing all kinds of properties, especially farms. UNITED NATIONAL is constantly in touch with buy- ers and sellers of all types of real estate. We list properties for sale by motivated sellers, and we have a confidential list of buyers ready to invest in farms. We offer a comprehensive marketing program that brings fast, efficient service.., and results! Call us today and let us tell you how to sell your property for maximum profit. We may already have a buyer! MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES Dave Cedarl~,; Broker Sales Assectates: 108 S. Jefferson St. Marianne Cedarleaf-645.4110 Lewisburg, WV 24901 Kay Gumm- 392-6263 645-4110 ANYTIME UNITED NATIONAL REAL ESTATE i i i Bluegrass- Market Saturday Jtme 16, 1990 313 head sold to 59 buyers. AJllOtllllil/~ to $61,997.58 STOCKER & FEEDER STEERS Under 500# 79. O0 98. OO 500 --750# 75.00 94.50 Over 750# ...... HEIFERS Under 500# 71.00 89.00 501 --750# 70.00 78.50 Over 750# 64.75 ..... BULL CALVES 65.00 .97.00 BABY CALVES 97.50 100.00 VEAL CALVES 96.00 98.00 SLAUGHTER CATTLE STEERS none HEIFERS 55.00 COWS 4,t.75 55.00 BULLS 55.00 68.25 Under I000# Over I000# 55.00 68.25 COW & CALF PAIRS 655.00 850.0(-) COWS. BH 285.00 HOGS SLAUGHTER ,13.00 59.50 SOWS ,17.00 50.00 BOARS ,11.50 44.00 PIGS & SHOATS By Head 20.00 PONIES 1,10.00 HORSES 395.00 SHEEP &LAMBS BLUE 58.25 RED 5,1.00 OTHERS 3 I. 50 BABY EWES 1 I. 50 BUCKS t 7.50 WETHERS 70.00 510.00 56.00 17.00 19.00 GOATS GOATS.BH 32.00 50.00 "Yum-a-Setta" t6 ounces Egg Noodles 2 Ib, Hamburger Salt & Pepper to taste 1/4 cup Chopped Onions 1 tablespoon Brown Sugar (optional) 1 can Tomatoe Soup (undiluted) 8 ounce Processed Cheese (slices or snredded) 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup (undiluted) Cook noodles according to package directions. While noodles are cooking, brown hamburger, salt, pepper, onions and brown sugar. Add tomato soul:) and mix well. Spread mixture in a large dish. (9x13) cover with cheese. Drain noodles, stir in cream of chicken soup. Spread on top of cheese. Bake at 350" for 30 minutes Send your recipe to The Mountain Messenger k~ 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, By: Izetta J. Baker Frankford WV J The Joy of Farmin Ella S. When Robert Frost wrote "Some- thing there is that doesn't like a wall," he wasn't talking about our farm animals -- because our ani- mals love fences. When the herd of cows is in a pasture with grass high as their eye- brows it doesn't take them long to crop enough to make their sides bulge. One afternoon, as they lay in the shade chewing and resting, they started wondering what to do with themselves the rest of the day. A two-year-old complained she was bored wilt" standing around sw~tch- =ng her ta~l at the flies. That is when one of me older cows remembered tile fences. "Fences," she sa~d 'were put around the fields to amuse the animals." She and the two-year-old ambled across me field to the fence. The old cow demonstrated how to rue against the posts and w~re while she explained that this action massaged her neck, s,des and ~ips. At the same t~me she worked the posts loose and stretched the wire so that ~t would sag and billow. Soon other of the herd joined in the game and a c~.,If found a brokee wire. It pried at the hole trying to make it o)gger. After a bit it tired of thiS and abandoned the fence to challenge another calf to a game of head wrestling. One of the cows that had been watching inspected the small hole. She poked ner nose through t and shoved hard. Some wires slid and others broke. Soon her whole head was through the fence. She took a couple of bites of grass, declaring to the other cows that the grass on the other side of the fence was the best she had ever put m her mouth. They immed=atety gathered around want- mg to taste this scrumptious fare. She just continued eating and re- fused to allow turns at the hole she had created. This irritates them and they shove and butt her. The fence creaks and groans under this as- sault and more w~res part. As the others continue to punish her she rehnquishes her place. Soon the hole ~s large enough for two cows to put their, heads through at the same time. One cow is dis- comforted by a wire jabbing her neck and withdraws her head. At almost the same time the other cow gets hit in the rear by the shoving herd. Before she realizes it popped through the fence --i like a cork from a bottle. The gaze at her in wonder as she .' freely on the other side. After ~ hesitation they decide to.join In the farmhouse the rings. "Your cows are out," a bor says. The herd is shamefaced as they return to pasture. They hadn't planned out, and the grass really better on the other side One morning the bull was proud and boastful. He stood middle of the field and forth his attributes. '1 am meanest, most powerful Woodrow," he yelled. '1 can double my weight in bulls, lions and wild cats. I have the est herd of cows this side sissippi and I am the father sassiest, sleekest calves. If anyone out there who then let me hear you blow horn." Immediately there angry answer from our ne~ bull across the road. "Why, over-grown Billy Goat, you more than whip a house cat definite you would run from a You sire knock-kneed, calves from your poor, COWS." Angry-eyed and puffing', our bull answered in a screan you back end of a donkey, like a Banty Rooster ---, loud until the shadow from sends you scurrying to hide. beat you to a pulp, bury you dog does his bone." Here he the ground with forefeet as and dug up sod. "Take that and that," he said, as he earth with his head. Then the neighbor's bull "In my sight you're just an in your little hill. See how out and stomp you if you here." Then he sent the clod~ as he stamped and tore and gave forth a savage yell. 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