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Melvin Hartman With Cows For National Dairy Show, September 1936

Melvin Hartman With Cows For National Dairy Show, September 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1936
Caption
WILL GO TO NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW: Three generations of high-producing cows, owned by Melvin Hartman, Pittsfield township farm boy, have been selected by the Michigan State College to represent Michigan dairy interests at the National Dairy Show, held next month in connection with the Dallas centennial anniversary next.

5-legged calf, 1941

5-legged calf, 1941 image

Clown Ben Moyer and Pet Pig March in Ypsilanti Fourth of July Parade, July 1955

Clown Ben Moyer and Pet Pig March in Ypsilanti Fourth of July Parade, July 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 5, 1955
Caption
Humble Marcher: This little pig was trained by his clownmaster, Ben Moyer of 15 S. Grove St., Ypsilanti, for one week before his appearance in yesterday's big Fourth of July parade in Ypsilanti.

4-H Club Livestock Competition at County Fairgrounds, September 1943

4-H Club Livestock Competition at County Fairgrounds, September 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1943
Caption
4-H Club Members Compete In Livestock Show: Pork on the hoof, as well as beef and mutton went through the show ring during Washtenaw county's 4-H club livestock show which ended yesterday. The show was sponsored by the county club members after the County Fair Association decided to cancel its activities for the duration. The class of pigs being judged above was one in the fat-pig class and winning owners will have opportunity to take their animals to Michigan State College Monday for competition in the State Club Show.

Admits Hog Theft, Makes Restitution

Admits Hog Theft, Makes Restitution image
Parent Issue
Day
17
Month
December
Year
1935
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Lamkin Kids With Pet Goats, July 1969

Lamkin Kids With Pet Goats, July 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 27, 1969
Caption
Without a doubt, two of the most unusual pets in the area are nannies Marie and Connie, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lamkin of Willis. Although the Lamkins use their goats for meat, Marie and Connie have been around for some time and are likely to continue thier reign as family favorites. With them are (left to right) three of the Lamkin children - Brenda, 4; Matthew, 10; and Lizabeth, 8. The Lamkins have a host of other farm animals.