Archives for April 2019

Penny Pets – April 2019

It’s time to vote for the cutest critter!

If you have a pet that you believe is the cutest, please submit a picture for a chance to be Penny Pet of the Month! Email it to mansfieldpennysaver@gmail.com, or submit it through Facebook!

April 26, 2019 ~ Volume 72 * No. 17

Find Out What’s Happening!

The New Edition of the Penny Saver
is ready for you to view online!

Market Report ~ April 26, 2019

Keep up to date with current prices by following
the Penny Saver’s Weekly Market Report.

April 19, 2019 ~ Volume 72 * No. 16

Find Out What’s Happening!

The New Edition of the Penny Saver
is ready for you to view online!

Market Report ~ April 19, 2019

Keep up to date with current prices by following
the Penny Saver’s Weekly Market Report.

April 12, 2019 ~ Volume 72 * No. 15

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The New Edition of the Penny Saver
is ready for you to view online!

Market Report ~ April 12, 2019

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the Penny Saver’s Weekly Market Report.

For an overview of the areas surrounding Livestock Auctions, click the download button.

April 5, 2019 ~ Volume 72 * No. 14

Find Out What’s Happening!

The New Edition of the Penny Saver
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Wedding Feature ~ April 5, 2019

Wedding Registry Tips

Building a wedding registry is a task unlike any other couples may encounter during their lifetimes. Wedding registries are invaluable resources that provide engaged couples’ loved ones with gift suggestions. In spite of that value, couples may find it daunting and even a little uncomfortable to build their wedding registries.

Building a wedding registry can feel like walking a tightrope. Couples likely won’t want to ask for too much or for gifts that are too expensive, but a poorly built registry can be a major inconvenience for guests. The following tips can help couples build adequate registries that benefit them without asking too much of their guests.

• Register with more than one store. It’s important to register with more than one store. Doing so makes things as convenient as possible for guests and increases the chances they will be able to shop at stores they’re familiar with. Unless your guest list is predominantly local, try to register with at least one national chain so guests who live in different regions can shop for gifts in-person if they prefer to do so.

• Make a large list. Some couples are hesitant to make large wedding registries, feeling that doing so gives the impression that they’re asking for too much. But large registries simply give guests more options to choose from. Many industry insiders advise registering for two to three gifts per guest. That might seem like a lot, but guests will appreciate having all of those options.

• Don’t hesitate to include expensive items on your registry. Couples also may be hesitant to include especially expensive items on their wedding registries. However, the couples’ parents and other close relatives may be honored to purchase more expensive items, so couples should not feel embarrassed to include them on their lists. It’s also important to note that many retailers, after couples’ wedding days have come and gone, discount registry items that weren’t purchased. So even if no one purchases the more expensive items, including them on a registry may significantly reduce their cost for couples who want to buy such items themselves after tying the knot.

• Vary the prices of items on the list. In addition to including more expensive items on the registry, make sure to include moderately priced and inexpensive items. This gives guests more options and ensures guests who might be spending a lot to travel to and from the wedding can still purchase gifts without digging too much deeper into their pockets.

Periodically update the registries. Periodically update your registries to remove items you have already received and to add items if many of the less expensive ones have already been purchased. This also makes things more convenient for guests.

Building a wedding registry is a unique task that couples can embrace as their wedding day draws near.

PDR’s Catering
107 Old Ithaca Road, Horseheads, NY 14845
607-739-1391
Custom Menus For Any Occasion.
Home-Style Cooking With A Wide Range In Cuisine.

Wheeler’s Catering
1825B Pennsylvania Avenue, Pine City, NY 14871
607-426-8207
Holiday Parties, Corporate Events, Weddings, Rehearsals…

Simply Terrie’s Tuxedos & Gowns
568 Canton Street, Troy, PA 16947
570-259-6066
Full Service Bridal Salon

Farm Directory ~ April 5, 2019

The Farmers’ Directory

The local guide to quality products and services for your farm!

Livestock & Services

Green Valley Biomass
10510 Route 549, Millerton, PA 16936
570-537-2937
Sawdust, Animal Bedding, Horse Bedding Pellets,
Firewood, Heating Pellets & Stone

Wivell’s Fencing
570-659-5286
Fencing & Brush Hogging.
All kinds of Livestock Fencing!

Field, Feed & Seed

Blend’s Feed & Farm Supply
7788 Route 49, Osceola, PA 16666
607-382-5448
A Feed For Every Need

Judson’s, Inc.
6872 Austinville Road, Columbia Crossroads, PA 16914
570-297-2153
Feed, Custom Feeds, Fertilizer & Hardware

Wade’s Farm & Home
94 Front Street, Addison, NY 14801
607-359-2424
Fencing, Gates, Feed, Seed & More!

Butchers

Bryan’s Meat Cutting & Country Butcher Shop
8861 Springfield Road, Milan, PA 18831
570-596-3334
www.bryansmeatcutting.com
Custom processing & retail store. USDA Inspected

G Processing
1552 Mann Hill Road, Tioga, PA 16946
570-835-5341 or 607-425-7086
A Custom Meat Shop. Beef, Pork & Venison.

Energy Services

Generac PowerPro Elite Dealer
Brodrick Hughes Energy, LLC

2050 N. Williamson Road, Covington, PA 16917
570-306-3060
Generac Generator Sales and Service

WOC Energy
Give us a call, we deliver!
570-662-2329
Diesel Fuel, Propane & Fuel Oil

Out Buildings

Amish Workshop
99 Canal Street, Big Flats, NY 14814
607-562-8010
Pole Barns, Sheds, Gazebos & Horse Run-Ins

Construction Services

Katies Koncrete
Middlebury, PA 570-376-2005;
Addison, NY 607-359-3436;
Ready Mix Concrete, Water & Septic Tanks, Retaining Wall Blocks & Gravel

Timber & Forestry

Wheeland Lumber Company, Inc.
3558 Williamson Trail, Liberty, PA 16930
570-324-6042
Timber & Forestry

Yoder MFG. Sales & Service
11204 County Route 119, Addison, NY 14801
607-359-4197
Chainsaws, Logging Supplies & So Much More

Building Materials

Seals Building Supply
329 North Williamson Road, Blossburg, PA 16912
570-638-2161
www.sealslumber.com
Lumber, Fencing, Pole Barns & Hardware

Farm Land & Real Estate

Mountain Valley Realty, Inc.
477 Tioga Street, Wellsboro, PA
mvrwellsboro.com
570-723-8484
Farms, Homes, Camps, Land, Rentals

Farm Machinery & Repair

Hall’s Homes & Lumber
8759 PA-287, Tioga, PA 16946
570-827-2127
www.HallsLumber.com
Small Engine Sales & Service, Lawn Tractors, HUSQVARNA Dealer

Jim’s Equipment Repair
8597 Main Street, Campbell, NY 14821
607-527-8872; bonnie@jimsequipment.com
www.jimsequipment.com
Kioti Tractors & UTV’s, Steiner Turf Equipment Bob-Cat Zero Turn Mowers

Jon’s Hydraulics – Tubes N’ Hoses®
3130 Route 414, Canton, PA 17724
570-673-4700
jonshydraulics1@frontiernet.net
We will duplicate any tube or hose worldwide. Metric or Empirical!

Krise’s Tire & Auto Services Center
721 Canton Street, Troy, PA 16947
570-297-3672
Tires for ATVs, Side By Sides & Batteries

Larry’s Sport Center
1913 US Route 6, Galeton, PA 16922
814-435-6548
www.larryssportcenter.com
Serving the areas outdoor enthusiasts since 1971.

Mazourek Farms, Inc.
105 Mazourek Road, Newfield, NY 14867
607-564-3485
Farm Equipment & Parts, Farm Toys & More

Troy Marble & Granite
22630 Rte. 14, Troy, PA 16947
570-297-2700
Sandblasting Anything Metal

Veterinarians

Troy Veterinary Clinic
15579 Route 14 Troy, PA 16947
570-673-3182
www.troyvetclinic.com
Large & Small, 24 Hour Emergency Care

Conservation

USDA/NRCS – Wellsboro Field Office
50 Plaza Lane, Wellsboro, PA 16901
570-724-1726
Ben Renner, District Conservationist

Penn State Extension – Tioga county
118 Main Street Courthouse Annex, Wellsboro, PA 16901
570-724-9120
Practical agriculture education you can trust.

Pennsylvania Game Commission
PO Box 5038, Jersey Shore, PA 17740-5038
570-398-4744 or 570-398-4745
pgc-ncregion@pa.gov
North Central Region: Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton,
Elk, Lycoming, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Union Counties

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