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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Farmers urged to keep up with technology New Braunfels March 1 1 985 7A WASHINGTON AP Farmers who fail to take advantage of com genetic engineering and other technology advances in agriculture risk falling by the wayside as the pace of scientific change according to an unreleased congressional Producers who pounce the earliest on new farming technology benefit the says the report from Congress Office of Technology Those who choose to ignore such developments may be contributing to their own it Farmers who lack the capital and expertise to adopt new technology early enough to maintain a com petitive edge must seek sup plementary offfarm find some special niche for their products or give up farming concludes the to be the subject of hearings next A draft copy was obtained by The Associated With the pace of new technology it will even more difficult for small to mediumsized farms to stay the report The trend away from such midsized family farms and toward more large and very small operations has been well These consequences often lead to suggestions of turning off the technological wheels of the report Such a would have a devastating impact on the competitiveness of American farmers in world Instead of just some people being left the whole American farm system would be left The findings have implications for policymakers writing a new generation of farm legislation to replace the fouryear farm bill that The decline in farm equipment sales Purchases in March of each In thousands 18 Includes tractors with largerthan40hp engines and combines Chicago Tribune Source Farm and Industrial Equipment Institute Trucker busts through strike with convoy expires this the technology office The new tools already available or soon to be placed into the hands of farmers and ranchers sound too fantastic to be Development of genealteration technology will mean by the year cattle ranchers will be able to produce steers as big as the report Dairy farmers will be able to choose the sex of calves and boost milk AP Ricky who led a convoy of trucks carrying coal from a non union mine plowing through a blockade of cars and rockthrowing UMW including some he recognized as said the maneuver was all in a days All of us truck drivers need the work or we wouldnt be out Starr said Thursday after plowing through several cars owned by United Mine Workers demonstrators near in southwest West A mans gotta make a said Ive gotta feed the baby and pay the Windows and windshields on most of the 16 trucks in the convoy were and a halfdozen of the pickets cars were damaged as the fivemonth strike turned violent for the second time this state police It was the worst day weve said They rocked us real and some of them had None of the drivers or truckers was police There were eight arrests among the some of whom Starr Some of them are or at least they used to he After I dont A driver for Mate Creek Trucking of Starr has been hauling coal from a nonunion mine in Kentucky to the nearby Sprouse Creek Processing The plant is a subsidiary of Massey Coal which has been picketed by the UMW at several locations since October in a contract Thursdays events were the latest in a series of confrontations between the nonunion coal truck drivers and union who have tried to prevent coal from reaching the It started early this morning on the Kentucky near when we drove empty to the mine to pick up said of They were hidden up in the throwing rocks at our Today Only Yell Be Savin Big Shop Every Lacks Store From Floor To Floor an Door to Door T begorra Yell Be Thankin Yer Lucky Stars Ye Chose Lacks To Shop Today With the proper Sunday this brate Saint to Wearin on i 5S P V fl ftp 1 i decided to cele And y as VC made some really So come on in to uacn choose On Selected i V Please Be Comin As Many Items Are Limited An We Wouldna Want Ya To Miss Em V Sure An The Terms Are Easy Charge 971 San Antonio 6257324 I
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