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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 30, 1990 7A The Joy are not couch pota- know exercise and important. Robert early this morning running despite the pouring rain. First he ick-up a quarter of a road. tle wanted through a meadow to the pasture they vacated. However, to be sure he got so they took off brush, briers and After he had jogged, yelled they returned to Ire. Everyone knows cool clown gradually exercise and Robert rule bv walking the back to the parked Yet I am not sure he Cooled down by the had returned to the wet and chillv. go to kwmnasiums and to work out. go to feed stores, barns, and sheep pens. Tons Supplies inust be un- 3m tile farm pick-up into the barns. Farnl early to lift with In order to avoid back gr,rYmnasiuln can offer you experience as a load of hay bales OVing wagon. Hands, chest, and leg a workout as hay bale, lift it it just so, all your balance. eep exercise class is This class is at- tWhen vou want to rim hoo(,es, give shots. for any other reason Want to catch the you run a little to in the barn, then and holding your arms You ~- ready to catch "-advance toward them. ~the 230 pound ewe tries ,Q H20 Ss 'reenbrier River Basin as one of 37 hydro- across the nation for onal, technical -', and cost sharing pro- re agricultural non- ces significantly im- lity. The cavern- which s area increases the movement of pesti- :rients, and animal ground water. With of drainage pattern, needed to assure use of these ith current interest of nutrients and m agricultural pro- need assurances Can reduce inputs rang profitability. plished most With on-farm demon- enta!ly and SOund crop pro- program, Torn t Agronomy "~as joined the Coop- Service in Le- 'Our on-farm demon- have been estab- 60 hybrid corn ere planted this =turity dates and are being es- most promising Used next year A second corn is side dressed ium nitrate at three Jnd showing low to determine the rage plot including and Birdsfoot up near An- , to determine :e to a group of :Ies. Near an alfalfa variety .prepared using 25 fall as the corn ull: COver crop trials u tferent varieties ,vilt be established. for next year testing as most only the nitro- e manures. Pt grarns count the mus" rather than program. As likely nitrogen is exceeding the ty to utilize it. A workshop ,to ensure prooer -,ues are ap of Farmin Ella S. Galford Bluegrass Market Saturday August 25, 1990 407 head sold to 85 buyers Amounting to $121,557.00 to escape, you grab her. Of course, she thinks she can g{ei away and may drag you around a little and even slam you into a wall or gate until you finally force her to stop by pushing her head in the air. You can set her on her rump and bend over, dodging her flaying feet, and proceed to build up the grip in your hands trying to trim her hooves with an oversized pair of toenail clippers which suddenly seem to be the dullest instru- ment on the farm. Part of the exercise of catch- ing sheep can be eliminated by putting them into a very small pen and creating a fantastic new exercise. This involves trying to move one ewe off your toes while holding and doping another one. STOCKER & FEEDER STEERS: Under 500# 66.00 103.00 500 --- 750# 46.00 89.00 Over 750# 65.00 80.50 HEIFERS: Under 500# 62.00 89.00 501 -- 750# 53.00 81.00 BULL Ca~a.,VES 6,'1.00 100.00 BABY CALVES 20.00 135.00 SLAUGHTER CATTLE HEIFERS 48.00 61.00 COWS 42.00 57.00 BULLS 45.00 49.00 UNDER 1000# 58.00 59.00 OVER 1000# 55.00 66.75 COW & CALF PAIRS 610.00 805.00 Winter brings it's own fun and exercise. I especially remember the January in the late 1970's when the temperature stayed 10 to 20 degrees below zero for at least two weeks and it snowed every day. We had calves being born and, although the cows were penned in the barn, it was so cold that newborns could freeze despite their mother' best efforts. HOGS SLAUGHTER 57.00 62.00 SOWS 40,00 41.75 BOARS 24.00 37.50 PIGS & SHOATS By Head 72.00 90.00 HORSES 450.00 490.00 Snow which was piled high by the snow plow became huge fro- zen walls enclosing our lane. The wind filled the space between them with the dry powdery stuff, making getting the pick-up to the house almost Impossible. Many mornings Robert returned from the cow barn toting a calf in a burlap sack on his back. A few hours later the calf had thawed and dried in our base- ment and wanted its mother. It now felt good and kicked and lunged as Robert carried it back to the barn. It was exciting to try to keep on the snow wall with this moving load on your back and real exercise when you lost your footing and fell into the waist high powder. Where I live we have a lot of fresh air. Robert puts on layers of clothing to enjoy all this fresh- ness as,~e trudges to and from barns in the winter. Yes, farmers know about exercise and fresh air. The animals decree that the farmer will never become a couch potato. SHEEP & LAMBS BLUE 46.50 RED 42.50 OTHERS 20.00 EWES 12.00 48.75 19.00 Alderson Market Vriday At 1gust 24.1990 206 head sold to 26 buyers Amounting to $61,280.99 STOCKER & FEEDER HEIFERS: CHOICE 75.00 82.00 GOOD 70.00 76.50 MEDIUM 66.50 70.00 COMMON 60.00 66.00 STOCKER & FEEDER STEERS: CHOICE 94.00 I00.00 GOOD 87.50 93.00 MEDIUM 80.00 87.00 COMMON 69.00 78.00 STOCKER & FEEDER BULLS 62.50 I07.00 BABY CALVES 35.00 137.50 HOGS No. I 55.00 No. 2 49.00 50.00 BOARS 40.00 PIGS 17.00 18.00 COWS COMMERCIAL 49.00 53.00 UTILITY 45.50 51.00 BULLS COMMERCIAL & GOOD 60.00 65.25 CUTTER 57.00 60.00 SHEEP & LAMBS BLUE 43.00 BLUE HEAD 43.00 RED 40.00 MEDIUM 47.00 EWES, CSW I 1.50 13.00 GOATS GOATS By Head 9.00 52.50 Goats 25.00 26.00 The Messenger Brings You News of any size, shape, condition or access to sell to DOZ- ENS of out-of-state buyers who contact our Lewisburg office every month! LE Neat, efficient Brick, country living, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, views ................ $67,000 20 ac. , i e e ' " " . ............. $72,000 Victorian Style Cottage, 3 bdrm, large river lot, Reduced ............. 7535,000 240 ac. , I , e e , : - est ..... $90,000 Mini-Farm, 9 ac., 80% complete 1800 sq ft. vinyl sided home ............. $45,000 200 ac. , I , : - . ........ $127,000 Harper,, 2 bdrm MH on 1/2 ac., private, never flooded good condit on $22,500 123 ac. Mountain Farm, pond, 2 careeks, springs, views .................. $59,000 30.84 a , a ~ , : - . ......... $128,000 20 acres near Rock Camp, 20o yr. old farmhouse, spring .............. $34,000 1700+ S e i e e e , : . ................... $75,000 11.23 ac. near Frankford, neat 3 bdrm brick, private, views ............ $55,000 25.45 ac~unty ............. $45,000 2 acres, furnished 3 bdrm home. Second Creek ................................... $35,000 17 privat , . j ~ , : - . ........ $65,000 45 acres near Frankford, Greenbrier River, secluded ...................... $21,000 13 acres ~ ................ $39,000 120 acre Mountain Woodland, near Ski Resorts, Poca County. $112,000 MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES Dave Cedarleaf: Broker 108 S. Jefferson St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 645-4110 ANYTIME Sales Associates: Marianne Cedarleal-645-4110 Kay Gumm-392-6263 Sam Tuckwiller Attends Meat railers, restaurateurs and educa- tors participated in a conference built around three interactive workshops. During the work- shops --- on product develop- ment, distribution and colnmu- nicating with consumers -- more titan a dozen marketing experts helped industry leaders identify key issues arm plan strategies. Sam Tuckwiller of Lewisburg attended the Meat Board I)e- mand Strategies '90 conference and sumtner meeting, August 19-21, m Denver, Colorado, as an elected director. More than 600 Iwestock pro- ducers, packers, processors, re- Directors also reviewed the broad range of checkoff-funded programs managed by the meat board, including promotion, con- sumer information and research, and took action to approve a $57-million budget for programs in fiscal 1991, which begins October 1, 1990. The National IJve Stock and Meat Board is a coalition of the meat and livestock industry that has been working through in- duslrv checkoffs to build de- nmn((lbr beef, veal, pork, lamb arm dell~prepared meats since 1922. THE ONLY WAY WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY IS IF YOU LIST WITH UNITED NATIONAL: MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES. Each Offace Independently Owned and Operated "America's Rural and Small Town Real Estate Company." Equipment Equtpment and parts. Lloyd Cox formerly associated with Williams Equipment in White Sulphur Springs has now ioined our service department. 219 North, Lewisburg, WV 497-2777 Quality That Stands None. Over 100 years ago, when Adolphus Busch created Budweiser, he had only one rule: Never compromise on quality. That's why we still brew our beer with only tile finest hops and grains. And that's why we're now the only brewer who continues to use Beechwood aging to aid the natural carbonation of our beer. No other brewer has suth a tradition of quality to live up to. But then, no other brewer makes the King of Beers. Somebody Still Cams About Quality: RUNYON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Meadow Bluff BUOWEISER=*KINGOF BEERS*'ANHEUSER'BUSCH INC "ST 1(3~115 PL~.A5~: ,qECYCLE OUFI ALU~A4NUM CANS 41 0