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ANALYSES OF OFFICIAL
FERTILIZER SAMPLES
by the
FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
SPRING SEASON
]ANUARY-JUNE, 1958
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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON

 FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
Bruce Poundstone, Head of Department p
Robert Mathews, Asst. Adm. & Chief Inspector
Guy P. Zickefoose, Auditor-Inspector
David M. Daugherty, Registration Inspector
FIELD INSPECTION
M. M. Davis Neville Hulette Noel J. Howard
O. R. Wheeler W. M. Routt
LABORATORY STAFF
Harry R. Allen J. A. Shrader Lelah Gault
Valva Midkiff Gary R. Leslie Norma Holbrook
J. T. Adair Dewey H. Newman, Jr. Robert N. Price
Paul R. Caudill Jo Ann Dawson
CONTENTS
Page
Kxp]_anati0nofTablg5........................ 3
Companies Represented by Samples Reported in this Bulletin ..... 4
Explanation of "Standing of Manufacturers" ............. 6
Standing of Manufacturers . ..................... 7
Table l, - Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizer,
Superphosphate and Fertilizer Salts, January-June 1958 ..... 9
Table 2, - Analyses of Inspection Samples of Rock Phosphate, Basic
Slag, Fused Tricalcium Phosphate, January-June 1958 ....... 74
Table 3, — Analyses of Inspection Samples of Bones, Dried Manures
etc., January—June 1958 . . ................... 75
Table A, - Boron Analyses of Samples reported as shown on previous
pages .............................. 76
This report compiled and prepared by David M. Daugherty and Bruce Poundstone
Analytical data by the Laboratory Staff

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1958
. This bulletin contains analyses of official samples of commercial fertilizers
2 offered for sale in Kentucky between January 1, 1958 and June 30, 1958.
As in the last two bulletins, Tables 1, 2 and 3 of this bulletin are somewhat
more condensed. The names of the manufacturers are abbreviated. Also the
name of the dealer is indicated but the town has been omitted. It is hoped
however, that sufficient information is given to indicate clearly the company,
the fertilizer plant, and the dealer responsible for every sample. The full
names and addresses of all companies represented by samples in this report are
given on page 4 and 5. Anyone desiring the full address of a dealer from whose
warehouse a sample was taken may secure this information by writing to the De-
partment of Feed and Fertilizer.
EXPLANATION OF TABLES
The information given should be useful to farmers, agricultural workers, and
company representatives to determine how closely a given manufacturer is meeting
the chemical guarantee printed on the bag for all or specific fertilizers. This
may be done by comparing the guarantee shown as the beginning of each listing of
sample with the actual analysis in the columns at the right in terms of nitrogen,
available phosphoric acid and potash.
‘ An additional means of comparing guarantees with the analysis of samples is in
the percent of relative value found, shown in the extreme right-hand column. The
following examples illustrate how this relative value is calculated:
A 5-10-15 Sulfate fertilizer is guaranteed to contain 5 units of nitrogen,
10 units of available phosphoric acid, and 15 units of potash. Factors for com-
puting the relative values of these plant foods are: 1 for potash, 2 for avail-
able phosphoric acid and 3 for nitrogen. Thus the combined guaranteed value of
the product represented is calculated:
5.0 Units of Nitrogen X 3 = 15.0
10.0 Units of Available Phosphoric Acid X 2 = 20.0
15.0 Units of Potash X 1 * 15.0
Total computed guaranteed value 50.0
The same procedure is followed for "found values“. Assuming a sample of 5-10-15
was found to contain 5.1 units of nitrogen, 10.2 units of available phosphoric acid
and 15.1 units of potash. The relative found value is computed:
5.1 Units of Nitrogen X 3 = 15.3
10.2 Units of available Phosphoric Acid X 2 ¤ 20.4
15.1 Units of Potash X 1 = 15.1
Total computed value 50.8
50.8 (computed value of sample) divided by 50.0 (computed guaranteed value) times
_ 100 (to arrive at percentage) gives 101.6 as the percent of relative value found.
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COMPANIES REPRESENTED BY SAMPLES REPORTED IN THIS BULLETIN
Musa chemical e Dye corporauian €¤¤1¤e¤¤¤¤ive Seed 6= Fe¤¤ Svpply Service
Nlrrogon Dlvlsron S. S. Bldg., Richmond, Virginia
40 Rector St., New York, N. Y.
Darling & Company
American Agricultural Chemical Co. Chi€aE°» Illineis {
50 Church Street
New York, New York Davison Chemical Corporation
Baltimore, Maryland
American Cyanamid Company
30 Rookofollor Plaza E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Company
New York, Now york Wilmington, Delaware n
Armour Fertilizer works E'Town Anhydrous Ammonia Company
250 usr: slag., Ariana, ceargia Elizebethrevn. Ke¤¤¤¤ky
Associated cooperanve, inc. E'T¤v¤ Ferrilizer Cempeny
312 Montgomery Avenue 716 E. Dixie Avenue
Sheffield, Alabama Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Bartlett & O'Bryan Fertilizer Company Farmers Fertilizer Company
l08 River Road, Owensboro, Ky. Smiths Grove, Kentucky
Bluegrass Plant Foods, Inc, Federal Chemical Company
gynrnlana, Konrnoky Starks Bldg., Louisville, Kentucky
The Borden Company Grace Chemical Company
350 Madison Avenue MemPhi5» Te¤¤e¤eee
New York, New York
Hawthorne Laboratories
The Buhner Fertilizer Company, Inc. Louisville, Kentucky
Seymour, Indiana _
I Hillenmyer Nurseries
Bunton Seed Company Lexington, Kentucky
300-3l2 E. Jefferson St.
Louisville, Kentucky Hutson Chemical Company
Murray, Kentucky
Burley Belt Plant Food Works ‘
Lexington, Kentucky Hydroponic Chemical Company
Copley, Ohio
California Spray Chemical Corporation
Lucas & Orthc way International Minerals & Chemical Corp.
Richmond, Califcrnia Lockland Station, Cincinnati, Ohio
Kentucky Fertilizer Works
““*°“g°_S“°°kYa’d_C°TP°S° Cempeev 222 Cook Avenue, Winchester, Ky.
Chicago, Illinois
Knoxville Fertilizer Company
Chilean Nitrate Sales Corporation Knoxville, Tennessee
l2O Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Land O Nan Warehouse
Commercial Solvents Corporation St“tgis· Kentucky
gg? MadiS°T évevue Louisville Fertilizer Company
Cag°’ I 11n°Ls Box 1088, Nashville, Tennessee
_ _ (See Armour Fertilizer works)
Commonwealth Fertilizer Company, Inc.
M°rga“C°wn Rd'* R°°sEl1Vi11°* Ky' Mathieson Chemical Corporation
r _ Lake Charles, Florida
Consolidated Chemical Company
Mi1l€r'§ LanE’ P°uiSVil1e¤ Ke¤¤¤¤kv Midsouth Chemical Company, Inc.
(See Price Chemical Company) 1235 Riverside Dr_ .
, _ , Memphis, Tennessee
Cooperative Fertilizer Service
S. S. Bldg., Richmond, Virginia

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1958 5
continued from previous page
Mississippi Chemical Company _ Schrock Fertilizer Service
Yazoo City, Mississippi Congerville, Illinois
Mississippi River Chemical Corporation 0. M. Scott & Sous Company
Selma, Missouri Marysville, Ohio
Missouri Plant Food Company, lnc. Smith Agricultural Chemical Company
· Sikeston, Missouri 185 Kentucky Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana
Monsanto Chemical Company
1700 South Second Street Spencer Chemical Company
St. Louis, Missouri Box 60!•, Pittsburg, Kansas
Morrison Farm Service Stinson Farm Supply
Hodgenville, Kentucky Horse Cave, Kentucky
North American Fertilizer Company Swift & Company
Preston St. at Bergman Union Stock Yards
Louisville, Kentucky Chicago, Illinois
The Ohio Valley Fertilizer Corp. Tennessee Chemical Company
Maysville, Kentucky Box 1088, Nashville, Tennessee
(See Amour Fertilizer works)
Phillips Petroleum Company
Bartletsville, Oklahoma Tennessee Corporation
Lockland Station, Cincinnati, Ohio
Price Chemical Company
Miller's Lane Thompson Sales Company
Louisville, Kentucky Box 246, Montgomery, Alabama
'
Ra-Pid-Gro Corporation Tri-State Chemical Company
88 Ossian St. Henderson, Kentucky
· Dansville, New York
U. S. Phosphoric Products
Robin Jones Phosphate Company Divison of Tennessee Corporation
2001 Broadway Tampa, Florida
Nashville, Tennessee
U. S. Steel Corporation
Rottgering Distributing Company 525 william Penn Place
I 2600 Cairo Road Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
j Paducah, Kentucky
Valley Counties of Kentucky Cooperative
F. S. Royster Guano Company Box 351, Murray, Kentucky
Norfolk, Virginia
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation
(` Ruhm Phosphate & Chemical Co. Richmond, Virginia
813 Garden St.
Columbia, Tennessee West Kentucky Liquid Fertilizer Corp.
Hopkinsville, Kentucky
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EXPLANATION OF "STANDING OF MANUFACTURERS“
The standings of manufacturers as determined by the results of analysis
of official samples are given on pages 7 and 8. Purchasers of fertilizer can ,
learn through a study of this how well any manufacturer met his guarantee on
the samples analyzed.
It should be noted that the first 3 columns of figures refer to number of
samples and that the last 3 columns refer to number of analysis of nitrogen,
phosphoric acid and potash. Attention is directed to the third column of figures
which gives for each manufacturer, the percentage of samples which are equal to
guaranty in all respect, and to column 6, which gives the percentage of analysis
which are equal to guaranty or within the tolerance. This tolerance is on a
sliding scale varying with the guarantee as follows:
Percent Guarantee in Nitrogen,
Phosphoric Acid or Potash Tolerance
0- 9 0.2
lO-l9 0.3
20-25 0.A
26-34 0.5 _
35-39 0.6 i
LO-49 0.7
50-59 0.8
60 or more 0.9 ‘
EXPLANATION OF TABLES l, 2 & 3
In some samples a deficiency in one nutrient is accompanied by an over- L
run in another nutrient. This is evidence of improper mixing or weighing by
the manufacturer. Extreme variations of this kind cannot be attributed to
separation of materials (segration) though this may be a minor factor. Excess V
of one nutrient cannot compensate for deficiency of another nutrient. The l
purchaser is entitled to receive the full guaranty in all nutrients as expressed
by the manufacturer's guaranty.
The results of analysis of all inspection samples are given in Tables l,
2 and 3. If an analysis shows a deficiency of more than the tolerance in the ·
above table, the amount claimed for nitrogen, phosphoric acid, or potash, or
if the percent of the relative value is 98 or less, the result is indicated in
the tables by an asterisk by the figures.
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 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1958 7
¢
` Standing of Manufacturers Based on Samples Equal to Guaranty in All Respects
and Analyses Within Tolerance — January-June 1958
Analyses of nitrogen, phosphoric acid,
Sam-lea ·otash boron and ·esticidea
COMPANY Equal to guaranty Equal to guaranty or
Total in all resrects Total within to1erance**
Number Number Percent* Number Number Percent*
Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. 8 7 88 12 12 100
American Agricultural Chemical 118 69 58 396 35A 89
American Cyanamid A A -— A 5 —-
Armour Fertilizer Works A7l 232 A9 1,A6A 1,265 86
Louisville Fertilizer Co. 5 2 A0 15 13 87
Tennessee Chemical Co. 12 6 50 3A 30 88
Associated Cooperative, Inc. 25 19 76 55 51 93
Bartlett & 0'Bryan Fert. Co. 37 9 2A 107 69 6A
Bluegrass Plant Foods 120 53 AA 391 335 86
The Borden Company 1 1 -- l 1 —-
The Buhner Fertilizer Company 8 6 75 27 25 93
Bunton Seed Company A 2 -- 12 10 --
Burley Belt Plant Foods AA 17 39 1AA 125 87
California Spray Chemical Corp. 1 1 -- 3 3 --
Chicago Stockyard Compost Co. 1 1 -- 3 3 --
Chilean Nitrate Sales Corp. 1 1 -- 1 1 --
Commercial Solvents Corporation A 2 -— A A —-
Commonwealth Fertilizer Company 39 15 38 115 97 8A
Consolidated Chemical Company
(See Price Chemical Company)
Consolidated Chemical Industries 1 1 -- 2 2 —-
Cooperative Fertilizer Service 320 201 63 952 862 91
Cooperative Seed S Farm Supply A A -- 9 9 --
Darling & Company 3A 11 32 102 80 78
Davison Chemical Corporation 211 56 27 6AO A86 76
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. 1 1 -- 1 1 ·-
E‘Town Anhydrous Ammonia Co. A -- -— 12 A -—
E'Town Fertilizer Company 13 5 38 A3 37 86
Farmers Fertilizer Company 12 5 A2 38 32 8A
Federal Chemical Company 330 127 38 1,031 835 81
Grace Chemical Company 5 5 100 5 5 100
Hawthorne Laboratories 1 1 -- 3 3 —-
Hillenmyer Nurseries 1 1 -- 3 3 --
Hutson Chemical Company 26 13 50 73 60 82
Hydroponic Chemical Company 1 1 -- 3 3 --
lnternational Min. 8 Chem. Corp.l97 78 AO 622 513 82
I Kentucky Fertilizer works 33 17 52 112 99 88
Knoxville Fertilizer Company 1A9 83 56 A65 AOB 88
Land-0-Nan Warehouse 22 10 A5 59 A2 71
Louisville Fertilizer Company
(See Armour Fertilizer Works)
Mathieson Chemical Corporation 1 l -- 1 1 --
Midsouth Chemical Company 11 11 100 11 ll 100
Mississippi Chemical Corporation 3 2 —- 3 3 ·-
· Mississippi River Chemical Corp. 2 2 —— 2 2 --
{ Missouri Plant Food 13 10 77 37 36 97
Monsanto Chemical Company A A -- A A --
Morrison Farm Service 1 1 -- 3 3 --
‘ North American Fertilizer Co. 117 57 A9 357 315 88
A Ohio Valley Fertilizer Corp. A3 19 AA 138 109 79
{ Phillips Petroleum Company 1 1 -— 1 1 -·
. Price Chemical Company 6A A3 67 211 197 93
1 Consolidated Chemical Company 12 9 75 Al 39 95
i Rapid Gro Corporation 1 -- -- 3 2 --
Robin Jones Phosphate Company S 2 A0 10 9 90
Rottgering Distributing Co. 2 1 —- 6 5 --
F. S. Royster Guano Company 1 1 -- 3 3 ··
Ruhm Phosphate 6 Chemical Co. 5 3 60 10 9 90
Schrock Fertilizer Service 2 2 -- 2 2 --
O. M. Scott & Sons 3 2 —- 9 9 --
* Percent is not indicated when number of samples is less than 5
** See "Tolerance Scale" on page 6

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Standing of Manufacturers Based on Samples Equal to Guaranty in All Respects
and Analyses Within Tolerance - January-June 1958
Analyses of nitrogen, phosphoric acid,
5am.1es potash, boron and pesticides
COM ANY Equal to guaranty Equal to guaranty or
Total in all res»ects Total within tolerance**
Number Number Percent* Number Number Percent*
The Smith Agricultural Chem. Co. 3 3 -- 9 9 --
Southern States
(See Cooperative Fert. Serv.)
Spencer Chemical Company 5 5 100 5 5 l00
Stinson Farm Supply l -- -- 2 l -- ·
Swift & Company A9 25 Sl l59 l37 86
Tennessee Chemical Company
(See Armour Fertilizer Works)
Tennessee Corporation 94 54 57 29h 266 90
U. S. Phosphoric Products l l -- l 1 —-
Thompson Sales Company 2 l -- 4 3 --
Tri-State Chemical Company 35 lh A0 9h 76 8l
U. S. Phosphoric Products
(See Tennessee Corporation)
U. S. Steel Corporation 1 l ·- l l --
Valley Counties of Kentucky Bk lb bl 75 S8 76
Victor Chemical Works 2 2 -- 6 6 --
Virginia·Carolina Chemical Corp. l62 99 6l SOO b5l 90
West Kentucky Liquid Fert. Corp. 3A 5 l5 9h 63 67
TOTAL 2,982 1,/•62 49% 9,059 7,7za 85%
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* Percent is not indicated when number of samples is less than 5
** See "Tolerance Scale" on page 6

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON l9S8 9
TABLE l.- Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, l958
(Analyses deficient: mare rhnn tolerance and relnnive values nf 98 percent or less are lndienned by asrerlsk. Paar-
noccs shew amount of pesnlelde found and amaunc af excess rrrurlntc when sulfate guaranty la not me:. Baron Analyses
shown an page 76.)
A `I bl Pe cent ot
silgztr Manufacturer, Grade, From Wham Obtained Nitrogen ph;;;):0:Cl Potash RLIUH,/e
Acid Value Found
(Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
ALLIED CHEM I DYE CORP NIT DIV
12 12 12M
8413 SOUTHERN STATES BOWLING GREEN COOP 123 120 11B 103
9116 12TH STREET FEED STORE 120 121 120 101
NITROGEN SOLUTION
7727 LAND O NAN WAREHOUSE 322 101
AMMONIUM NITRATE
5548 SOUTHERN STATES MADISONVILLE COOP J3] 101
5984 BROOKS SERVICE STATION 335 100
8412 SOUTHERN STATES BOWLING GREEN COOP 340 101
9158 SPHAR I COMPANY 340 101
UREA
5922 LAND O NAN WAREHOUSE 453 101
l
AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO
I O 20 2OM
6878 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LOUISVILLE 203 200 101
9143 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 202 1720 960
9191 FARMERS FEED I SUPPLY FARMERS 203 1830 99
9327 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 1910 2OJ 980
1
O 20 2OM WITH 5 LBS BORAX PER IOOU
6373 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 1B1• 205 960
, 9144 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 1830 200 940
9328 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON IBJ0 19J0 940
9638 BI COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 200 200 100
2 12 6M
6565 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 20 125 65 104
8842 NALLS GROCERY I FARM SUPPLY 2J 12J 65 103
9310 JOHN A SHEEHAN 22 13J 63 109
3 9 6 3S 3M
9308 JOHN A SHEEHAN 32 IOJ 62 109
3 12 12M
6370 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 3J 125 125 105
6495 READNOUR FEED I COAL COMPANY 30 125 115 102
6769 J W SETTLE FEED STORE 3J 125 12J 104
6826 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 3J 121 121 103
8555 NALL GROCERY I FARM SUPPLY 3J 125 121 104
9146 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 32 12] 121 IOS
9148 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 32 125 1150 103
9389 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE 32 12] 125 106
9501 BI COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 30 125 12J 103
, 9555 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE 3J 120 120 104
9618 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 32 12] 12J 105
4 12 8M
6371 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 43 125 BJ 105
6492 READNOUR FEED I COAL COMPANY 42 12J BJ 105
6719 READNOUR FEED I COAL COMPANY 4J 12J GJ 101
6918 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LOUISVILLE 4J 121 BJ 103
8666 WOODSON LEWIS 42 123 B0 105
915O AMERICAN AGRI CHEM WHSE LEXINGTON 41 125 80 105
9189 FARMERS FEED I SUPPLY FARMERS 40 123 8J 102
9214 LEMONS BROTHERS 41 125 62 106
9277 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER COMPANY 42 121 73 103
9391 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE 43 127 BJ 105
(1) SEE BORON TABLE PAGE 76

 ID REGULATORY BULLETIN 150
TABLE l.— Analyses of lnspection Samples cf Mixed Fertilizers, Superphasphate, and Fertilizer Salts, Junu¤ry·June, l958
(rknalysus deficient marc than cdlernnee and relative values of 98 percent: ar less are indicated by nsterisk. Font-
netes shaw ernnunt af pescielde found and arnnunt of excess murinte when sulfate guaranty ls nat met. Boron Analyses
Shaun an page 76.)
Scmple I Available Percent at
Numbm Manufacturer, Grade, Frarn Wham Obtained Nitrogen phosphoric Pctash Reyutivq
Acid Value Found
(Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
AMERICAN AGRI CHEM CONTINUED
4 12 8S
6291 MCCAULEY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 33 130 73 104
6376 LEBANON CARRIAGE { IMPLEMENT COMPANY 33 125 73 102
6494 READNOUR FEED I COAL COMPANY 33 12J 80 103
7099 BAUGHMAN MILLING COMPANY 3B 130 78 103
9140 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LEXINGTON 33 132 B2 W 105
9178 NOODFORD SPEARS & SONS 40 125 73 103
9280 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER COMPANY 40 123 73 104
9309 JOHN A SHEEHAN 40 123 BJ 102
4 1 6 BM
6917 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LOUISVILLE 4J 160 B5 102
4 I6 16M
6877 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LOUISVILLE 50 163 16J 106
7097 BAUGHMAN MILLING COMPANY 4J 1550 170 101
4 24 12M
6876 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LOUISVILLE 40 242 134 103 ·
5 10 15S
6236 J N SETTLE FEED STORE 43 104 15J 101 ~
6238 J N SETTLE FEED STORE SJ 102 15J 102
6294 MCCAULEY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 43 104 143 100
6372 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 43 102 15J 100
6375 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 43 10] 146• 101
6390 MAYES HELM I COYLE 43 105 145l 101
6493 READNOUR FEED 1 COAL COMPANY 50 10B 150 103
6537 NALTERS A THOMPSON 50 100 154 101
6567 LEBANON CARRIAGE ( IMPLEMENT COMPANY 45• 103 145• 100
6720 READNOUR FEED Q COAL COMPANY 50 105 150 102 ~
6827 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT COMPANY 40 11J 150 103
7100 BAUGHMAN MILLING COMPANY 43 103 145• 102
7101 BAUGHMAN MILLING COMPANY 43 103 146• 100
7291 COFFEYS STORE 45• 10] 14] 99
8664 NOODSON LEWIS 4Jl 105 150 101
8665 NOODSON LEHIS 50 104 150 102
9093 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM HHSE LEXINGTON 43 110 150 103
9151 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LEXINGTON 4J• 10] 146• 1OO
9152 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LEXINGTON 43 1OB 147 102
9165 BEDFORD { TUTTLE 43 10] 143 102
9166 BEDFORD 6 TUTTLE 43 10B 143 102
91BO NOODFORD SPEARS A SONS 43 103 15] 102
9182 NOODFORD SPEARS & SONS 45• 115 123• 99
9213 LEMONS BROTHERS 4B 105 150 101
9274 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER COMPANY 4B 105 142 100
9472 THE FARM STORE CARLISLE 46• 10] 14§• 99
9481 LELAND BONLES 4£• 100 152 98l
9483 LELAND BONLES 4J• 104 143 100
5 20 2OM
6879 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LOUISVILLE 50 206 210 103
9329 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LEXINGTON 40• 19] 19J 95•
9500 B1 COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 4J• 20J 202 99
9¤37 BI COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 43 205 193 101
6 6 18S
6237 J N SETTLE FEED STORE 65 6] 173 106
6293 MCCAULEY BROTHERS SEED COMPANY 53 63 1BJ 101
6408 NALTERS L THOMPSON 53 64 173 101
6602 GEORGE HALMHUBER JR SJ• 7] 175•@l104
9145 AMERICAN AGRI CHEM NHSE LEXINGTON 55 65 170 101
9179 NOODFORD SPEARS 6 SONS 5J• B4 17JmD 106
9279 MILLERSBURG COAL 4 LUMBER COMPANY 53 64 180 IO1
9388 L F NELLMAN HARDWARE 53 65 180 101