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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Friday June HeraldZeitung 9 A Front Row lr Kathryn Taylor Klrsten Taylor Tina Bees Jedadiah Bees Jennifer Bees and Rebecca Taylor Back row lr Leah Stewart Jeff Taylor TommyDale Fey Judge Gus Person Justin Taylor and Bethany Taylor Spring Garden Show draws more than 130 entries By RACHEL A WILLIAMS Special to the HeraldZeitung The 1994 Spring Garden Show was held on June 11 at the County Exten sion office Thirtythree gardeners throughout the county exhibited over 130 entries of fruits vegetables cut flowers and potted plants to Judge Gus Person of the Guadalupe County Extension Service In the adult division Best of Show in the Vegetable category was awarded to a corn entry grown by Oscar Hahn with the Reserve Best of Show award ed to a tomato entry grown by Harold Voges Best of Show in the Fruit category went to an entry of plums grown by Bobby Kraft and Reserve went to Oscar Hahns grape entry Best of Show in the Potted Plant category was won by Kenneth Tri csch followed by Harold Vogcs with Reserve Best of Show Gene Bishop was awarded Best of Show with a rose arrangement in the Cut Flowers class Christine Brown captured the Reserve Best of Show title with her entry of magnolia blooms The Childrens Garden Division was very competitive with TommyDale Fey winning the Best of Show title with his tomato entry Justin Taylor won the Reserve Best of Show with his entry of potatoes Other participants in the Childrens Garden included Jeff Taylor Bethany Rebecca Kirsten and Kathryn Taylor Tina Jedadiah and Jennifer Bees and Gabe and Leah Enhance the Beauty and Value of Your Home with Professional Tree Care trimming removal 210 629LIMB 210 9052379 T MARTIN TREE EXPERTS Exotic animals attract interest By JOE G TAYLOR Extension Agent Diversification into exotic hoofs tock production is being considered an income producing alternative from the use of highly adaptable range resource now that the wool incentive payment program is scheduled to ter minate after 1994 Exotic production systems arc capital labor and man agement intensive and should not be attempted without a complete feasi bility and financial analysis of the con templated system Exotic production is attractive to many ranchers since livestock pro duction systems arc already in place and the environment in Texas is very adaptable Also the price of exotic ani mals appears substantially higher than the price of cattle sheep and goats In addition there is a growing con sumer awareness of the harmful effects of excess saturated fats in the diet This awareness implies a potential expan sion of markets for game meat products which arc substantially lower in satu rated fats According to Dr Charles Ramsey Wildlife Specialist there arc over 60 species of hoofstock already present in Texas The most abundant species include several varieties of elk sika axis red and fallow deer aoudad and mouflan sheep Fanning and ranching systems arc the most common exotic production methods The primary difference in these two systems is the degree of intensification Farming practices nor mally include frequent handling of ani mals controlled feeding systems and close daily monitoring and controls Ranching systems on the other hand include no handling or herd health practices and the livestock arc allowed to graze and roam freely on open ranches but require deer proof fencing Despite a substantial number of farms and ranches in Texas and in the which arc stocking exotic species deer farming and ranching is still a relatively unexplored industry Persons interested in deer farming or ranching should keep in mind that mar kets for exotic production include meat breeders and sport hunting Each of these three outlets require different management skills Deer farming on a commercial scale has become an established indus try in New Zealand Australia and England In addition to start up exotic livestock purchase deer farming will require major capital investments to prepare land for production to con struct deer proof fencing and water containment processing quarantine and meat handling if meat sales arc contemplated facilities In addition deer farming will require a major labor and management com mitment A recent survey of fallow deer farm ing operations in Texas by researchers at Texas University indicated that a 200 female breeding unit deer farm required an initial investment of about SI followed by negative cash outlays for about three years The example enterprise accumulat ed about in net negative cash flow over a five year period When a nominal expected rate of return of five percent on the investment was added the investment jumped to a negative over the five year period Deer Ranching Deer ranching is not as intensive as deer farming but would also be con sidered capital intensive and require the intensification of labor and man agement A recent survey of deer ranches in SouthCentral Texas indicated that a combination of several exotic species required an average investment of about per breeding female unit BFU and an accumulated negative cash flow of about for the first five years of operation With a five percent expected rate of return the investment showed losses of over over the first five years The investment generated a rate of return of about three and onehalf per cent by year seven LANDA STATION 6293311 BA STEAK SHRIMP Seafood Sunday Wed Night Burgers Kitchen Hours 11 am 9 pm Friday Sat 11 am til 11 pm Family size ORings Mon Nile 16oz FROZEN FRIDAY 11 day RITAS Sun Drinks LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Brothers Thurs Terri Hendrix Sat Stingrays X Friday June 17 812 No Cover Christine Albert Band Saturday 15 No Cover Tracy Lyn Saturday Night Jay Eric Sunday June 19 59 No Cover Erik Hokkanen The Snow Wolves Tuesday June 21 No Cover Hans Theesink Wednesday June 22 No Cover Wimberley Volunteer Fire Ants Thursday June 23 No Cover Medicine Wheel For Information Call New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Photo Contest Funny ugly sweet us a photo of your child with a pet To enter simply fill out the form below attach it to your favorite mail or bring it to The Herald before 5 on June One entry per child and pet please Prizes 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place Ten Honorable Mentions Contest Rules We will accept black and white or color photos of any size There will be a entry fee Please send us only photos that can be replaced or duplicated We are unable to return photos No polaroids A Herald designated panel will review the photo entries Their choices will be published in the Kids special edition on Wednesday June 26 1934 Winners will be determined by our readers who submit official voting ballots Ballots may be picked up at participating merchants whose ads appear In the Pets section Official voting ballots must be mailed or brought to the Herald office no later than 5pm Friday July 8th Ballots must be complete Only one vote per person please Ballots will be checked at random for duplication Winners will be published in our Sunday July 17 1994 edition of The Herald Zeitung Mail To Kids Pets HeraldZeitung Herald employees and their immediate families are ineligible for entry voting All contest decisions are final PO Drawer 311328 New Braunfels TX 781311328 Official Entry Blank i Kids Pets Photo Contest Entrants Name Address City Phone Entrants Social Security Number Identification of Child and Pet in Photo Mall or bring to tht 707 Street muit tw by 5pm Oct 13 WMI NEW BRAUNFELS RETAILERS REMEMBER COOP Its YOUR Money New Braunfels retailers are entitled to much more co operative advertising dollars than they use or even know about Our computerized coop department can supply you with information on over companies and over co op advertising programs that are available to you Beckie Easley Coop Manager We do all the work right down to billing the manufacturer for you Its so easy just call for more information 6259144 Now Hraunfuls HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels 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