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Camrose Heritage Railway Museum and Park summer employee, Leah Marshall, dons original Norwegian garb, on loan from Peggy Shuman from her mother’s early wardrobe, as she whips up some interest for the upcoming Tribute to Scandinavian Settlers to be held at the Station on July 6.
Join the Camrose Heritage Railway Museum and Park in celebrating the rich and important Scandinavian culture and history that has shaped Camrose and surrounding area into the wonderful place it is today. On July 6 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. the Station will be hosting a Tribute to Scandinavian Settlers by honouring the early Norwegian and Swedish settlers with this special event. Featuring Daryl Olson recollecting stories of his family and their experiences first settling in the region. Fiddler Alfie Myhre will be entertaining with his remarkable musical talents and Marie Dreger will be demonstrating rose malling. See page 2 of this edition for more information on upcoming events hosted by the Camrose Heritage Railway Station and Park and the Meeting Creek Heritage Railway Station and Linear Park including the Tribute to Scandinavian Settlers.
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Railway Museum honours Scandinavian culture
SATURDAY, JUNE 29 • Downtown Camrose SHOW & SHINE Camrose Main Street Competitor Registration: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Show & Shine: 1 to 5 p.m. (Trophies) Cruise: Starts at 6 p.m. Rain-out Date for Show & Shine: July 6
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Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster The Meeting Creek Railway Station was built by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1913. The Station remains on its original site and today is used to build awareness and educate people of all ages of the vital role rail played throughout Canadian history. Also located on the site is an original grain elevator that was built in 1917. Tours will be offered on August 8 of both the Railway Station and elevator, during the Canadian Northern Railway Family Day event.
By Lori Larsen
The Camrose Heritage Railway Museum and Station and Park will be honouring the rich Scandinavian culture of Camrose and surrounding area with a Tribute to Scandinavian Settlers, on July 6, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. “The focus will be on the history of Daryl Olson’s family,” said Station director Glenys Smith. At 2 p.m. Daryl will be bringing history alive through his own interpretation of the Olson family’s story. Displays will be set up throughout the museum and grounds, chronicling early settlement of Norwegian and Swedish Settlers. Be sure to visit the Immigration Display Room on the upper level of the Station to view more artifacts and learn more about an important part of this area’s history. At 1 p.m. Marie Dreger will be doing a rose malling demonstration and at 3 p.m. tap along to the amazing fiddle playing of Alfie Myhre, as he plucks out tunes on an old family fiddle. “A light lunch will be available for purchase in the Tea Room,” said Station managing director Norm Prestage. The delicious fare includes meatballs, rice, cabbage, cheese, Lefse and an apple dessert. Envelope yourself and your children in a wonderful tribute to a heritage that helped shape Camrose and area into the place it is today. On July 10 the Station is once again hosting Station Garden Tours with Victorian dessert and tea. Tour times are 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. and are by advanced reservation only. Get ready to step back to the 1920s on July 13 during the ever popular Summer Garden Party held from 1 until 5 p.m. Dance the Charleston to the beat of the Station Swing Band. “The Swing Band have been playing this gig, together, for the 18th year,” said Smith. “And we really want to encourage people to come out in costume and get into the spirit of the music and the day.” Mark Aug. 18 on your calendar, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., to spend with family and friends at the Meeting Creek Railway Station and Linear Park during the Canadian Northern Railway Family Day event. New this year, this event promises to provide a day filled with family fun, adventure and learning. “There is going to be horse drawn interpretive wagon ride down the Canadian Northern abandoned rail line,” said Prestage. “Guided tours of the 1913 Station
and 1917 elevators will also be available.” This is a great opportunity to learn about the important role the rail played in the history of Camrose and surrounding area, by taking a ride on a track motor car of the Alberta Prairie mini-train. At 11 a.m. stretch your legs and your mind on a guided tour along the Alberta East Central Natural Linear Parks to Edberg (4 km round trip). Examine the flora, grasslands and chance a siting of a prairie bird. In line with the Battle River Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Arts Awards, Year of the Grouse event hosted in the Battle River area in September of this year, learn more about the grouse and what you can do to help preserve its existence. The children will be kept entertained as well, with fun activities including sack or three legged races, walking on stilts and stories and songs at the Gazebo by the Station at 2 p.m. Barbecued hotdogs and hamburgers, homemade desserts and beverages will be available for purchase at the community hall where you can stomp your feet, tap your toes or even swing your partner, if you are so inclined, to some old fashioned memorable tunes. Spend Family Day at Meeting Creek, meeting and visiting with old and new friends, enjoying family and recalling history. Drop into the Camrose Heritage Railway Station and Park (4407-47 Avenue) during regular season hours, Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and take in the many displays and interpretive signs explaining rail history. New to the Station this year is a community herb garden, planted in the trough on the south side of the grounds in front of the Victory Garden. Community members are invited to come and help themselves to a variety of organically grown herbs to add that special touch to any meal. The Station kindly asks that anyone taking advantage of this generous giving, be mindful of other users and treat the garden with respect so it can be enjoyed by many. The White Elephant Gift Shop has many items for sale for those one-of-akind gift ideas. For more information contact the Station through email at email@example.com, visit the website at www.canadiannorthern.ca or telephone 780-672-3099.
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In grandma’s garden By Lisa Kaastra My daughter has been asking about grandma’s garden for weeks now. Actually, it’s more like months. With the addition of a new family member in just a matter of days, I decided to forgo any kind of bed of vegetables this year, while we adjust to a new pace of life, leaving the gardening adventures for grandma’s plot on the other side of the acreage. “Strawberries?” my little blonde asks hopefully, raising her eyebrows and hands in question. “Not yet,” I tell her. And her daddy tells her. And her grandma tells her. “Very soon,” we all assure her. A repeat conversation occurs about the peas. Then back to the strawberries. And perhaps one more double-check about the peas. Evidently, these are by far the most important harvests to come up out of the dirt for our two year old’s consumption. Nearly every day, our walk brings us past the bird-protected “strawberry barn” to check on the little plants’ progress. We open the door, go inside, and carefully check out each little mound of dry leaves for signs of life. “Green!” finally comes the cry. “Green! Alive!” I can’t help it. Even I get a little excited about the upcoming berries and their ruby red flesh. Last week, she spent over an hour with her grandparents, working amongst the piles of dirt. Slowly but surely, she’d gather up soil from one side to the other, confident in her abilities and proud of her chance to “help,” all the while bundled up in a bright red jacket, ear muffs, and too-big finger gloves. When I later stopped by to check in on the busy bee and her crew, she was radiantly covered in dirt and had pink cheeks. “Look it, Mommy!” the girl cried, pulling my view back to her as she giggled, excitedly carrying a new pile of dirt. Lessons in weeds and loose farm animals aside—it looks like it’s going to be a pretty great summer.
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Bashaw celebrates summer with a grand parade
Bashaw Building Supplies built a fine float for the parade.
Camrose County councillors Cindy Trautman and Jack Lyle share in the fun.
Children waited along the streets for candy thrown during the parade.
The Majestic Theatre supplied the hay ride and entertainment.
The only horses in the parade belonged to the Pharmasave entry.
A 1973 ambulance cruises down Main Street on June 8.
Bashaw ball teams walked the parade with hundreds of people watching.
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Investment made in wetland conservation By Murray Green
A $1 million gift from Pembina Pipeline Corporation is ensuring working landscapes across the Canadian Prairies also work for conservation. Its investment in Ducks Unlimited Canada’s (DUC) Revolving Land Conservation Program will protect approximately 2,000 acres (809 hectares) of important wetland habitat. Communities across Alberta and Saskatchewan will benefit from a host of environmental benefits. The joint announcement was made at one of DUC’s conservation project sites located east of Camrose, near Holden. “Pembina’s generous contribution is a bold and commendable statement about the value they place on sustainability,” said Karla Guyn, CEO for DUC. “We’re fortunate to have partners like Pembina who are stepping forward as conservation leaders and responsible corporate neighbours.” DUC’s Revolving Land Conservation Program is an innovative and collaborative approach to conservation. It’s especially effective in areas like the prairies where demand for land is high. Through the program, DUC purchases land with high conservation value and restores the wetlands and grasslands on the property. The land is then sold back to producers with a conservation easement placed on the title. The easement protects the natural habitat, while
allowing subsequent owners of the property to use the land in their operation through haying or grazing. Funds from the sale of the land provide DUC with the capital to repeat the cycle. The program is also designed to keep land in the hands of private owners. It supports agricultural interests, while protecting important areas for conservation – delivering both economic and environmental wins. “Our partnership with DUC is a natural fit,” said Ian Balfour, vice president, Gas Services at Pembina. “It
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UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 13, 2019 – 9:00 AM
UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019 – 10:00 AM
Estate of Bob Forster and Forster Feeder Mfg. Ltd. – Killam, AB
Estate of Leon Young and Carol Young Bashaw, AB
LOCATED: From Killam, go 14 km south on Hwy 36, then 0.9 km west on Twp Rd 430 (Correction Line), then 0.3 km north on Rge Rd 134. Gate Sign – 43017 Rge Rd 134 FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Christine Forster-Hogg at 780-385-1202 Previewing starts Saturday, July 6. Forster Feeder Mfg. Ltd. was in business for 47 yrs. There is a large amount of very good shop related equip, tools, parts, etc. This is only a partial listing. See website for full descriptions. Equipment & Online Bidding at 1:00 p.m. (Starting with industrial & major farm equipment.)
TELEHANDLER / EXCAVATORS / DOZER • 2013 Dieci Agri Tech 35.7 VS telehandler, showing 572.2 hrs, 4WD, 3pt hitch, PTO, aux hyd, c/w 8’ Degelman bucket / grapple & pallet forks, one owner, SN MAC1740385 • 2014 Bobcat E85 excavator w/ 24’’ digging bucket & thumb, showing 935.2 hrs, one owner, SN B34T11243 • Bobcat hyd breaker, clean up bucket & sgl tooth ripper to ﬁt above unit • 2011 Doosan DX 225LC hydraulic excavator w/ 60’’ bucket, aux hyd, showing 7285 hrs, SN DHKCEBADLB0006247 • 2007 Komatsu D65 EX-15E0 dozer, showing 6996 hrs, ripper w/ 3 shanks, cab, hyd tilt & angle, sweeps, SN 69503 • Simon AT 40C boom lift, 4WD • • • •
TRACTORS 1998 Case IH 9370 Q Quadtrac, 30’’ tracks (vg), PS, 4 hyd, showing 3262 hrs Case 4994 4WD, 20.8R42 duals, PTO, 4 hyd, showing 5440.3 hrs John Deere 4430 w/ JD 158 ldr & bucket, PS trans John Deere 4630, 20.8x38 sgls, PS trans, 3pt hitch
HARVEST EQUIPMENT • 2006 John Deere 9860 STS w/ JD 615P PU, showing 1640 sep / 2346 eng hrs, Bullet rotor, 800/70R38 sgls, Michel’s Crop Catcher • 2002 John Deere 9750 STS w/ JD 914 PU, showing 2141 sep / 3216 eng hrs, 800/65R32 sgls • 35’ JD 635F HydraFlex header, PU reel, fore & aft • Horst 4 wheel header transport • 30’ JD 930F ﬂex header, PU reel, fore & aft • 30’ factory header transport • 30’ MF 220 XL swather w/ 5000 header, showing 627 hrs, PU reel SPRAYER & AIR DRILL • 80’ Spray Coupe 7650 SP sprayer, Raven SCS 4000, EZ-Steer auto steer w/ 500 monitor, showing 982 hrs, 380/90R46 rear / 320/85R38 front, 725 gal, hyd tread adj, purchased new in 2007, SN 7650JP8P288 • 59’ Bourgault 5710 Series II air drill (2004) w/ Bourgault 5350 TBT cart (2005), sgl shoot w/ liquid system, 9.8’’ spacing, 4-1/2’’ steel packers, ltd acres on knock-on carbide openers, Vansco blockage, 800/65R32 cart tires, 491 HP monitor, tank & rear view cameras,
sells w/ Bourgault LFC 2000T SHOP EQUIP & TOOLS liquid cart. Terms: 30% non- • Excel Mfg Ltd 5075 iron worker w/ refundable deposit, balance by qty of access Dec. 31/19. • Modern J-530 lathe, 3-3/8’’ bore, 3 jaw chuck, 3 phase (sells w/ sgl TRUCKS & TRAILERS phase converter) • 2001 Sterling hwy truck w/ 60’’ walk in sleeper, Cat C16, 600 hp, • Force Int lathe, 1-1/2’’ bore, 3&4 jaw chucks 18 spd, showing 437,069 km / 10,616 hrs, wet kit, Pro Heat, • Powermatic Houdaille B key way cutter Ali Arc bumper, 11R24.5 tires, • DoALL C-4 metal band saw; alum rims Carolina HV20 metal band saw; • 1986 IH F2575 hwy truck, Cummins 400, 13 spd Kwik Kut power hack saw; • 1992 Peterbilt 379 hwy truck, (4) rolling tables Detroit 60 Series • (3) drill presses (Omni / Westward) • 1983 Columbia 16 wheel lowboy • (2) hyd hose crimpers w/ access equipment trailer (Ryco R165 / Gates Power 601) • 1998 LodeKing alum Super B grain • L-Tec PCM-750i plasma cutter trailer, roll tarp • L-Tec Migmaster 300i • 1985 Trailmobile highboy (lead • Miller 200A power source w/ Miller trailer of a B train), 11R22.5 tires Matic 10-E wire feed welding combo • 2008 30’ C&B Quality Trailers TA • Miller spot welder; Mastercraft dually 5th wheel trailer, beavertail mig welder; Hobart Titan 8 AC/ w/ ramps, 13,500 lb winch DC welder w/ 18 hp Kohler; • 20’ SWS TA 5th wheel trailer Lincoln 225 AC welder; w/ ramps (2) cutting torch sets • TA gravel end dump trailer • 1979 IH TA grain truck w/ 18’ steel • 10’ HD hyd metal brake; HD shop press; hyd pipe bender box & hoist, IH 6 cyl diesel, 13 spd ACCV-4502 tire • 1979 GMC Brigadier TA grain • Accu-Turn changer; Snap-On WB 230 tire truck w/ 19’ Cancade box & hoist, balancer; Branick tire spreader; V6 Detroit, 5&4 trans (truck not tire cage; bead blaster running) • 1986 Ford 350 Econoline • Stihl gas cut off saw; Stihl backpack blower; transit; Ridgid SR60 & emergency rescue vehicle Rycom underground locators GRAIN CART / GRAIN VAC / AUGERS • Spray-In box liner sprayer • Bourgault 1100 grain cart, TA • Lg qty of vg elec, air & hand tools duals, PTO drive (CP 1’’ air impact; angle drill; angle • Rem VRX grain vac, showing 59.5 grinders; shears; bench grinders; hrs, one owner, SN 310524 1’’ & ¾’’ socket sets; pipe threaders • FarmKing 13’’x70’ auger w/ Rodono & cutters; Stinger 5590 riveter; Xtend retracting swing, hyd mover Milwaukee Fuel ¾’’ 18V impact; (2) • FarmKing 10”x50’ swing auger Lincoln elec grease guns; Snap-On • Wheatheart hyd transfer auger tools; lg qty wrenches) FIELD & MISC EQUIP • Lg qty new roller chain; welding rod • 22’ Kellobilt 210 TA offset disc & helmets; pulleys; bearings; bolt (2 together), notched blades, bins & contents; roll pin sets; air 10-1/2’’ spacing brake kits; tire tubes; oil ﬁlters • 40’ CCIL DT cult, mtd harrows This is only a partial listing. • CCIL Chinook 1203 air cart, eng See website for more details. drive, 16.5L-16.1 tires; Crown rock MISCELLANEOUS picker, hyd drive; 4 yd+/- hyd / cable scraper; Westeel anhydrous • Meridian 4600L dbl wall fuel tank tank on HD 4 whl wagon on skid, 1000 gal, Fill-Rite pump • NH 790 TA manure spreader w/ meter • NH 320 sq baler, hyd tension, • (2) Endura Plas 2200 US gal liquid ¼ turn chute fert tanks • Hyd post pounder, trailer type • Qty 2-3/8’’ & 2-7/8’’ drill stem • 4 wheel wagon w/ 10’x24’ wood deck • Qty of new & used truck & implement tires MOTORHOME • 1989 Fleetwood Jamboree 27Y Class • Approx 38 lifts of straw board (4’x8’) C on Ford 350 chassis, showing 105,861 km, auto, AC, sleeps 6, • (2) grain testers (Motomco 919 & awning, Onan 4000 W generator newer Labtronics)
LOCATED: From Bashaw, go 6.4 km east on Hwy 53, then 1.8 km north on Rge Rd 210 (Aberhart Rd), or from the junction of Hwy 21 & 53 (6.5 km north of Bashaw), go 4.8 km east on Twp Rd 424 (Bashaw Haul Rd), then 4.5 km south on Rge Rd 210 (Aberhart Rd). Gate Sign - 42113 Rge Rd 210 FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Carol Young at 780-372-2453 Previewing starts Saturday, July 13.
TRACTORS & DOZER • Case 2290 2WD w/ 18.4x38 duals, showing 3276 hrs, partial PS, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, shedded, SN 9913597 • Case 2470 4WD w/ 20.8x34 duals, showing 5634 hrs, 2 hyd plus return, shedded, SN 8712666 • Case 930 2WD w/ 18.4x34 sgls, cab, 2 hyd, PTO, SN 8357935 • 10’ Leon mech angle dozer blade • Case 730 2WD w/ Ezee-On 80 loader, bucket & bale fork, propane, open station, SN 8202603 • (2) Case DC4 tractors, 12x38 rears, SN 5216999DC & DC8030792 • McCormick tractor (not running) HARVEST EQUIPMENT • Gleaner L3 SP combine, showing 2268 hrs, 6 belt PU, chopper, shedded, SN LG2629411-83 • 19.5’ Case IH 4000 SP swather, 1986, UII PU reel, cab, AC, shedded • 6’ canola roller TRUCKS • 1975 Ford 750 SA grain truck w/ 16’ steel box & hoist, 8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, showing 59,292 km, roll tarp, 10.00R20 tires • 1966 Chev 50 SA grain truck w/ 14’ box & hoist, 6 cyl gas, 4&2 trans, showing 46,356 mi, roll tarp • 1990 GMC Sierra SLE 1/2 T, 4x4, ext cab, 6-1/2’ box, (4) new tires, V8, auto, showing 226,283 km, A/T/C, PW, PDL
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SEEDING / FIELD EQUIPMENT 32’ Bourgault 8800 air seeder w/ Bourgault 2155 air tank (shedded), 8’’ spacing, sgl shoot w/ broadcast kit, 4 bar harrows, ﬂoating hitch, (cult has new whl bearings) 29’ IH 5500 DT cult, 4 bar harrows, new twisted spikes 60’ Flexicoil Sys 82 harrows & drawbar, newer tines 6 yd hyd scraper Summers rock picker, hyd drive 15’ Alteen TA disc 13’ DT cult w/ harrows 62’ Vertec sprayer, 500 gal tank, hyd pump Oliver 5 bottom plow
AUGERS & BINS • Sakundiak 10x2200 10’’x72’ mech swing auger, reverser, one owner, SN 66503 • Sakundiak HD 7’’x37’ auger w/ motor • (4) Westeel 14’x6 ring grain bins on Westeel hoppers, 2150 bu+/, dbl skid, OP1 cables, remote lid openers, newer bins • • • • •
MISCELLANEOUS • 1979 Honda Goldwing GL 1000 motorcycle, showing 34,686 km, hard luggage • small ﬁberglass boat w/ Evinrude 25 hp motor • Labtronics 919 grain tester w/ access • OP1 Stormax temp monitor • Canwood Pro meat saw w/ base, 3/4 hp • 1000 US gal propane tank • 1000/500 gal fuel tanks / stands; 500 gal ﬁberglass water tank; (4) 8.25x20 truck tires; 6’’ Wheatheart bin sweep; tailgate drill ﬁll • Skidoo 440 (not running) • Carolina 55T shop press • AJAX (?) anvil • Powerfist 6500 W generator; Power Ease 3100 W generator; Century 295A welder; Clarkedrill press; banjo pump; Conibear traps; 2 duck cannons; oxy/ propane torch set; tap & die; lg wrenches; 3/4’’ drive socket set; gear pullers; air tools; grinders • Qty antique wood chairs; oak barrel; chicken plucker
SELLING FOR LEROY AUMULLER CATTLE EQUIPMENT 780-672-6981 Hyd post pounder, trailer type • Massey Harris 50 2WD 7’ sickle mower tractor, gas, 3pt hitch, 540 (5) HiHog corral panels (10’PTO, new clutch 16’); (8) 10’ corral panels • John Deere STX 46 lawn (2) bale feeders; 16’ calf tractor w/ 46’’ mower shelter; cattle oiler • 6’ Sovema 3pt hitch ﬁnishing Qty elec fencers; qty elec mower fence posts & wire SELLING FOR GPS EQUIPMENT TED & GAIL SCHOFF EZ Steer auto steer system 780-372-2443 w/ wheel motor, 500 monitor, • Versatile 800 4WD tractor, Terrain compensator & globe 18.4x38 duals, elec over EZ Steer wheel motor & hyd ﬂow control valve, SN Terrain compensator 8005030325
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Check your crop production during growing season By Murray Green
Field scouting throughout the growing season can lead to more successful crop production. “There are numerous factors that can impact a developing crop,” said Mark Cutts, crop specialist at the Alberta Ag-Info Centre. “Scouting can help producers understand what is occurring in their fields and aid them in making proper management deci-
sions. At this time of the year, for example, producers can evaluate various agronomic components including weed populations and insect pests.” While watching the growing season, the focus of producers is on weed control. Many fields are currently being sprayed with a herbicide that was selected based on an evaluation of the weed species that were present in the field.
“It is also very important to recognize that scouting after a herbicide application is vital to weed control,” added Cutts. “Scouting after a herbicide application will show producers if the weeds were adequately controlled. In the majority of cases, producers will find that the chemicals have worked. However, in certain situations, field scouting may show the weeds were not
properly controlled. Producers can start to evaluate what might have caused the problem.” A difference in the pattern of weed escapes can indicate poor performance of a herbicide due to environmental conditions or that herbicide resistant weeds may be present. “If the weeds that escaped the herbicide application are found throughout the entire field,
it can point to limited herbicide effectiveness due to environmental conditions such as low temperatures,” Cutts explained. “However, if the weeds are in isolated patches, it may be a herbicide resistance issue.” If unsure of the cause, contact an agronomist or chemical company representative to discuss the possible causes of the weed escapes.
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UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2019 – 10:00 AM
Estate of Charles and Elaine Magneson Ryley, AB LOCATED: From the west side of Ryley, go 0.7 km north on Rge Rd 174. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Darrell at 780-603-5154 or Dan at 780-349-2155 Previewing starts Monday, July 22 (11:00 am to 7:00 pm). All items need to be removed from the sale site by Tuesday, July 30.
EXCAVATOR / BACKHOE / CRAWLER • 2010 Hitachi ZX250 LC-5N hydraulic excavator w/ 65’’ CWS clean up bucket & hyd thumb, showing 5842 hrs, aux hyd, Espar heater, SN 1FFDCB7XHBE430002 • John Deere 310-A backhoe w/ digging & front bucket, bale fork attachment, SN 349309T • Fiat-Allis 12G-B crawler w/ 8’ dirt bucket, rops canopy, (engine, hyd pump & brakes have had work done), SN 96Y02407 TRACTORS • 1997 John Deere 9300 4WD w/ 20.8R42 duals, showing 3325 hrs, 24 spd PowrSync trans, rear wheel weights, 4 hyd, SN RW9300H001357 • John Deere 4430 2WD w/ 20.8R38 sgls, showing 9867 hrs, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, SN 4430H 042955R • John Deere 4020 w/ JD 58 ldr, bucket & grapple, 2 hyd, standard trans, cab, SN SNT223R137489R • John Deere 3010 w/ JD 148 ldr & bucket, SN 12T 23684 • John Deere 750 MFWD w/ JD 67 ldr & bucket, showing 2103 hrs, turf tires, 3pt hitch, PTO, SN 002712 • John Deere 4020 w/ loader for parts HARVEST EQUIPMENT • 1994 John Deere 9600 SP combine w/ JD 914 PU, showing 3051 sep / 4178 eng hrs, Crary chaff spreader, 30.5Lx32 fronts, DAS, DAM, SN H09600X657527 • 1997 Premier 2930 SP swather w/ 30’ 960 Macdon header, Turbo, showing 3010 hrs, PU reel, Swath Equalizer, SN 113708 • 21’ John Deere 2360 SP swather, PU reel, gas, dbl swath, showing 4761 hrs, SN W02360X001941 TRUCKS • 1980 IH F1924 TA grain truck w/ 20’ steel box & pole hoist, auto trans, 8 cyl gas, showing 217,446 km, roll tarp, spring susp
TRAILERS • 1997 Doepker tri axle equipment trailer, 8’ neck + 43’ main, 8-1/2’ wide w/ pull outs, air ride
• • • • • 1982 Fruehauf lowboy equipment • trailer w/ beavertail & ramps (9’ • • neck, 19’ working deck) • • 1993 Doepker tridem grain trailer, • roll tarp, spring susp, 11R24.5 tires
• 1981 Barrett TA alum cattle liner (pot), spring ride • • Arne’s TA gravel end dump trailer, • 28’, spring susp • 45’ Fruehauf TA highboy trailer
• • 16’ WW bumper pull stock trailer, 1994 • • 16’ TA trailer •
HAYING & CATTLE EQUIPMENT • Leon Silver M755 TA manure spreader, 425/65R22.5 tires, ltd use, SN 7500405141 • John Deere 450 SA hydra push manure spreader • John Deere 3430 SP haybine w/ 14’ 300 Twin Knife header, diesel, showing 1809 hrs, SN X809808 • John Deere 1360 discbine, 9’9” cut, SN X323069 • John Deere 535 rd baler, gathering wheels, SN X971158 • John Deere 347 square baler, ¼ turn chute, SN X654380 • John Deere 3970 forage harvester, SN X676058 • Jiffy 700 Hydump silage wagon • Farm Aid Mfg SA feed wagon, LH discharge, scale & monitor • Haybuster 256 Plus II bale processor • New Holland 1033 bale wagon, SN 8942 • Vicon H1350 PT 10 wheel V rake • Flexicoil hyd post pounder, trailer type • WW Stampede hyd cattle squeeze (unused - no power pack) • Qty corral panels • Portable loading chute
FIELD EQUIPMENT • 41’ John Deere 1610 DT cult, NH3 • 1976 Chev 65 SA grain truck w/ kit, mtd harrows 16’ alum box & hoist, 5&2 trans, • 49’ CCIL 808 DT cult w/ 3 bar gas, silage endgate harrows • 1978 Chev 65 TA w/ 15’ gravel box • 70’ Morris Field Pro heavy harrows, ½’’ tines & pole hoist (28’’ steel box ext’s), • Rock-O-Matic HDW5 TA rock 5&4 trans, V8 gas, spring susp picker / front mounted rock rake, • 1977 Chev C65 SA truck PTO drive • GMC 6500 SA truck • 28’ John Deere 235 disc
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12’ John Deere 1600 DT cult 60’ John Deere 1050 cult Crown 600 hyd scraper 16’ land roller, hm built 12’ Schulte hyd drive rock rake Swather mover 10’ land leveler Truck mounted sprayer 1200 & 1000 US gal anhydrous tanks on 4 wheel carts GRAIN VAC & AUGERS Brandt 5000 EX grain vac w/ hoses, SN 79417 Brandt 862 8’’x 62’ Super Charged PTO auger Westﬁeld MK 100-71 10’’x71’ mech swing auger Brandt 8’’x35’ auger w/ motor Sakundiak 7”x 37’ PTO auger LIGHT TRUCKS 2013 Ford F150 XTR, 4x4, 39,016 km at booking, EcoBoost, auto, crew cab, 5-1/2’ box, pwr fold running boards, keyless entry, backup camera, one owner 2006 Ford F150, 4x4, 203,320 km, Super Cab, 6-1/2’ box, 5.4L, auto 1982 Ford F250 dually w/ 9’ service body, 4x4, 6.6L eng, stand trans 1985 Chev 20, 4x4, reg cab, long box 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis ANTIQUE TRACTORS (2) Oliver 88 tractors (2) Oliver 77 tractors Oliver 70 tractor Oliver tractor on steel MISCELLANEOUS Wheatland 1620E hopper bin, aeration 40’ seacan container (4) AT Films grain bags (10’ x 400’) John Deere AMT Aeration fans Outback S360 mapping system Acklands AK Matic 1200 welder Advance metal lathe Milling machine Lincoln 250 welder Welders, power plant, hyd press, air compressor, pressure washer, valve grinder, tire changer, etc Qty of hand tools & shop items Potato digger, potato hiller, potato planter 5’ Haban 3pt ﬁnishing mower, Swisher 44” PT mower, snow blower, rototillers, grass sweep Qty fence posts, slip tank, sucker rod
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County updates Chamber By Lori Larsen
Camrose County provided the 2018 annual report to Camrose and District Chamber of Commerce members and guests during the general luncheon meeting on June 5. Reeve Don Gregorwich began by outlining the general mandate of the County. “In 2018, we tried and were successful in improving our communication and information to our residents and general public. Our goals and our aims are to be transparent and accessible and to provide service to our residents.” In explaining the County’s efforts to reach out to more residents, Gregorwich indicated they are using more online applications, such as those used for snowplowing requests. “Instead of a resident having to wait until Monday morning to phone to get their driveway plowed after a weekend snowfall, they can go online and the message is transmitted right to the grader operator. In many cases it worked out very well. More and more we are trying to use social media and access to online services.” County economics
Gregorwich began by reporting that all the County projects came in on time and on budget, which he attributed to the successful work and dedication of County staff and contractors. In reporting on the economics of the County, Gregorwich said, “We had 187 development permits resulting in over $100 million in construction and eight of those permits were over $1 million.” He noted the significant financial impact from the County to Camrose and surrounding communities to include: $7.3 million in salaries and wages, $4.6 million for contracts for services from businesses in the community, $2.8 million for goods and materials from businesses in the community and $3.2 million for transfers of funds to organizations in the community. Gregorwich provided examples of some of the products and services purchased by Camrose County including engineering services, farm implements, electrical services, vehicles, bottled water, utilities, office supplies and more. “The County owns $9 million worth of fire fighting equipment that needs to be maintained, insured and replaced over time.” The County inventory of equipment includes nine fire departments with 21 capital assets including: 11 pumper trucks, three rescue trucks, two snuffer trucks, three water tankers and two support vehicles. “The County helps to fund five libraries, one in the City of Camrose, but also some in villages. We (financially) support social services including Camrose and District Support Services and Bashaw and District Support Services. With regards to funding for recreational services Gregorwich reported, “The County financially supports 22 ball diamonds, six outdoor arenas, two natural ice arenas, one artificial ice arena and three curling rinks. That gives an indication of the fact that our outreach is considerable in all areas of our community’s life.” He indicated that the County is facing some serious financial
challenges as a result of a decision made by the provincial government resulting in a property tax loss of $1.5 million “That is a million and a half dollars of income we are not getting which is about 10 per cent of our total taxation. That hurts.” He pointed out the loss of $435,000 tax dollars on property owned by Trident Exploration (declared bankruptcy) and how that number was further compounded by $130,000 with the provincial government’s request for the County to pay the school taxes on that amount. “That happened after our budget was set,” noted Gregorwich.” We have a contingency set in our budget but this takes a serious chunk out of that contingency.” Gregorwich indicated that the County’s reaction to the downturn in the oil business has been, and continues to be, searching out and replacing industry. Partnerships
Reeve Gregorwich informed the crowd of the many partnerships the County has developed such as Battle River Watershed Alliance and Camrose and District Chamber of Commerce. He also stated the County is working closely with organizations such as the Rural Municipalities of Alberta organization and Battle River Alliance for Economic Development to lobby government and attract industry to Camrose County. “We are bringing in water through the Capital Region Southwest Water Services Commission, through our connection in Armena to the industrial park in Ervick. This will offer a lot of opportunities for entrepreneurs. It is close proximity to the airport, highway and high load corridor. We believe it will be a valuable place for industry to locate with one of the biggest aspects being access to a reasonably priced, stable supply of water.” He also commented on the large agricultural contribution in Camrose County. “Our agriculture producers are among the best in the province with a variety of production. We have some very large farms out there.” He spoke about the success of the farm direct program including 70 farms that market direct to consumers. “The County has actively supported them and help them organize and grow and we are the first county in Alberta to do that.” Looking ahead
Gregorwich reported briefly on the focus of the County for the remainder of 2019. ‘The County promises residents to work with governments in as positive a manner as we possibly can. “We will continue on with our roadwork projects within the County, that is very important to us,” said Gregorwich. In total Camrose County is responsible for the upkeep of 1,600 miles of roads. “And we will continue to provide services to our residents just as we have in the past.” For more information on Camrose County report visit the website at county.camrose.ab.ca.
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UNRESERVED ACREAGE AUCTION LAUREL ANKERSTEIN and the ESTATE OF ROGER ANKERSTEIN (R-Dale Oilfield Services) of Calmar, AB SATURDAY, July 6, 2019 – 10 am Being from the Junction of Highway 39 and Secondary 795, go south across Railroad Tracks to 43 Avenue, then west ½ block; OR 5013-43 Avenue, Calmar, AB Watch For Signs TRACTORS
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Attachments Sold Separate • 12” Bucket c/w teeth • 42” Smooth Finishing Bucket LOADER
auto levellers, 12’ garage c/w screened deck, like new, S/N 5SFCG4430HE344962, stored inside MOTORHOME
• 2018 Kubota M7060 Hyd. Shuttle, FWA Open Station Tractor, left hand reverser, PTO, 3pth, dual hyd, 12-sp trans, 26.4 hr., like new, S/N M7060D73183, 6 year warranty left 3-PT. HITCH EQUIPMENT
• 2012 JCB 524-50 4WD Loader, CAH, extra hyd., side arm extend-a-boom FEL c/w pallet forks, 542 hrs, S/N JCB52450A01419133, like new Attachments Sold Separate
• Tram 5’ 3pth Rototiller, like new • 6½’ Dirt Bucket • 3pth Trailer, moving hitch • 8’ Snow Bucket SKIDSTEER • JCB to Skidsteer Attachment Conversion, S/N 323201 SCRAPER • Shoule 10 Hill 10’ Trailer Hyd. Land Leveller c/w hyd. tilt, S/N 13041, new
• 2011 Volvo MCT125C Track Skidsteer, CAH, extra hyd, c/w 6½’ dirt bucket, 338.2 hr., S/N GE0125TVKC1641328, like new Attachments Sold Separate • Pallet Fork • Pulsar 5’ Front Hyd. Brush Mower • Worksite Pro LP84 Leveller • 8’ Box Blade • Bobcat 8” Snowblade c/w hyd. angle • Bobcat 15C Skidsteer Mount Hyd. Auger Head c/w 6” & 8” bits • Trailer Hitch Attachment *Most attachments are like new EXCAVATOR • 2011 Yanmar Universal Model 1055-5B Excavator c/w CAH, front blade, 24” bucket c/w thumb, joystick control, 259.9 hrs, S/N 54536B, like new
VEHICLES • 2016 Dodge Ram Laramie, 4x4, Extend-a-cab, Ram Box, Tono Cover, 3M Sides & Cover, Diamond White, Black Leather Interior, EcoDiesel, Fully Loaded, 44,000 km, (Like New), S/N 1C6RR7NM2GS233045 • 2014 Scion Car, 2D, auto, full load, 6800 km, like new, S/N JTNJJXB04EJ027724 HOLIDAY TRAILER
• 2017 429 Road Warrior by Heartland Triple Axle 43’ Toy Hauler 5th Wheel Holiday Trailer, 3 slides, generator, solar panels, electric awning, electric
• 2007 Foretravel Nimbus 36’ Motorhome, Cummins 1SL 400 diesel eng, Allison auto trans, 3 slides, generator, Aqua Hot Water, rear bedroom, full bathroom, big fridge, ceramic ﬂoor, 2 TVs, 57,000 km, S/N 1F98DN3657No54821, like new, stored inside
Gas Mig Welder c/w cables; Miller 180 Autoset Mig Welder; Millermatic 250 CV-DC Welder; EU 3000 Honda Generator, new; Industrial Air 60-gal. Air Comp, new; Stihl Chainsaw, new; Ridgid Compound Miter Saw; Ridgid Folding Saw Table; Honda 3000 PSI Gas Pressure Washer; 1½ Honda Water Pump; Large Assort. Shell 15-40 20L Pails, new motor oil; New 22.5 Single Truck Chains; Pioneer 16-sp 5/8” Floor Drill Press; Large Assort. Receiver Hitches; New Trailer Tires; 9½’x28” 20-Drawer Tool Chest c/w skids; Mastercraft 6’x32” 15-Drawer Tool Chest; 500-gal. Plastic Tank; 350-gal. Plastic Tank; Quad Sprayer c/w 25-gal. tank, 8’ booms & 12V pump; (2) Pallets 6”x6”x18” Blocking; 5-drawer Alum Toolbox; 3’x3’x8’ Oil Tank c/w air pump; (2) 4’ Roller Stands; 40-gal. Plastic Water Tank; 8’ Wooden Work Benches; Northern Steel Used Oil Tank; 3/8” Air Hose c/w reels; Alum. Ladders; Assort. Truck & Trailer Tires; Cam Lock Connectors; Milwaukee Skilsaw, new; Assort. Wrenches, Sockets; Batt. Chargers; Boosters; Toolbox & Chest; Straps & Ratchets; Air Tools; Air Hose; Cords; Halogen Lights; Booster Cables; Cutting Torch c/w cart; Construction Heaters; Polaris Side-by-Side Full Windshield; Trailer Jacks; Chains & Boomers; Jerry Cans; 20-30 lb. Propane Tanks; Tiger Torches; Pipe Wrenches; Sledge Hammers; Part Bins; 12V-18V-20V Milwaukee & Dewalt Rechargeable Tools; 2” Plastic & Collapsible Hose; Grinders; Electric Impacts; Wheel Nut Sockets; Assort. Iron & Racks; Camping Supplies; Many more items
TRAILERS • 2013 Diamond “C” Trailtech 24’ HD Bumper Pull Triple Axle Trailer, 10,000 lb axles, Pintle hitch, 16’ air over hyd. tilt, S/N 2CU138LA3D2033397, like new • 2012 Aluma 1020 20’x8½’ Bumper Pull Alum. Trailer, tandem 3500-lb axles, Beavertails & ramps, S/N 1YGUS2023DB093021, like new • 2012 Aluma 8216 18’ Alum. Tandem Axle Bumper Pull Trailer c/w 16’ tilt deck, 3500-lb axles, S/N 1YGHD1620DB089960, like new • 2006 Wells Fargo 24’ Bumper Pull Enclosed Trailer, tandem Axle, 10,000-lb, ramp door, double jacks, insulated inside & bottom, 220 power • 2013 RC 10’x2’ V Nose Enclosed Single Axle Bumper Pull Motorcycle Trailer, ramp & side door, AUCTIONEER’S NOTE S/N 56VBE1017EM606580 • 2004 Sled Bed 2 Place Skidoo Please plan on attending this sale. Most of the items are in like Trailer, c/w 8’x10’ deck, S/N 5A8MC141X42025369 new condition. Take notice of the Motorhome and Holiday Trailer SEACANS as they are just like new. For more • (2) 40’x9.5’ Seacan Containers, info call Glen Carson at 780doors at both ends, like new 915-9148 or Miller’s Auction • (1) 20’ Seacan Container Service at 780-789-2226 or MISCELLANEOUS 780-920-6738. Miller Renegade 180 Portable www.millersauctionservice.com License No. 200809 Box 71, Sunnybrook, AB
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Communities celebrate Canada Day By Lori Larsen
County communities are gearing up to celebrate Canada Day with a host of fun activities. Tofield will be celebrating Canada Day with some festivities, starting with a pancake breakfast from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m. on Main Street at the Community Hall. A parade will march down Main Street beginning at 11 a.m. followed by cake and coffee at the IGA. Fill in the after-
noon with Gymkana by the Katchemut Creek Family Horse Club, face painting and Inflatable Fun/Backyard Balloons on the fairgrounds. The Tofield Museum will be open and welcoming visitors to check out the historical stories and displays from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Rounding out the evening is the free family movie, Dumbo at 7 p.m. at the Tofield Community Hall. Then the evening skies will
be lit up with a fireworks display to music at around 11 p.m. at the fairgrounds. Daysland Canada Day Celebrations include a Fireman’s pancake breakfast at the Fire Hall, live entertainment, cake cutting in the park, bouncy castle and kids activities, along with the annual Cars in the Park Show and Shine. For the car enthusiasts Alliance will also be featuring a Show and Shine on July 1, Canada Day.
FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS ARE INVITED for the purchase of the following property located in the Camrose County: ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH WEST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY ONE (31) TOWNSHIP FORTY FOUR (44) RANGE NINETEEN (19) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN, WHICH LIES WEST OF THE RIGHT BANK OF BATTLE RIVER AS SHOWN ON A PLAN OF SURVEY OF THE SAID TOWNSHIP SIGNED AT OTTAWA ON THE 30TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER A.D. 1910 CONTAINING 67.2 HECTARES (166 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS The title to the property will be subject to the reservations and exceptions now appearing on the title and free and clear of all encumbrances. The land is currently grassland but was cropland prior to being seeded to grass. GST will be added to the tender price unless the purchaser is a GST registrant at the time of closing. TENDERS must be in writing, accompanied by a certified cheque for 5% of the tender price, sealed in an envelope marked “Fankhanel Tender” and must be received by Fielding & Company LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, #100, 4918-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S3, on or before 12:00 noon, July 19, 2019. Municipal taxes will be adjusted. The closing and adjustment date of sale will be August 16, 2019, and the successful tenderer must pay the balance of the purchase price, plus GST unless the tenderer is a GST registrant, on the closing date, or the deposit will be forfeited. The deposits of all unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them forthwith after the closing of tenders. No conditional tenders will be accepted, and the highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. No warranty whatsoever is given as to the condition of the property or as to the fitness of the property for any purpose. For further information about the property phone Dean Fankhanel at 780-878-4306. For information about the tender process phone Wayne Throndson, Q.C. at Fielding & Company LLP, 780-672-8851.
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Volunteers sought for health advisory council By Murray Green
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is recruiting new volunteer members to the Yellowhead East Health Advisory Council (HAC) from the communities of Dewberry, Flagstaff County, Lamont, Legal, Myrnam and Vermilion River County. Council membership offers an opportunity to provide a local perspective on area and province wide health care services. “Our council has worked hard to bring the community perspective to Alberta Health Services and to share AHS initiatives and local services with our communities,” said Patricia Johnston, former chair and current member of Yellowhead East HAC. “I’m proud of the work we’ve done.” Health Advisory Councils consist of a maximum of 15 volunteer members, all of whom are passionate about health care services, big-picture thinkers, eager to engage members of their community to learn what healthcare services are working well and where improvements can be made and interested in participating in dialogue with AHS, that will lead to creative solutions to improve healthcare services across Alberta. Advisory councils report to the AHS board of directors and meet with AHS leadership four to five times per year. Members learn of AHS initiatives and discuss information gathered from communities about healthcare priorities that impact them. Visit the council profiles page to see why current members believe in the importance of health advisory councils. Interested Albertans over the age of 18 are asked to submit an expression of interest form, available online at ahs.ca/ac. For further enquiries, call 1-877-275-8830 or email community.engagement @ ahs.ca. Deadline for submissions is June 28. Alberta Health Services is the provincial health authority responsible for planning and delivering health supports and services for more than four million adults and children living in Alberta. Its mission is to provide a patientfocused, quality health system that is accessible and sustainable for all Albertans.
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Camrose Interclub 4-H Female Show winners
Hailey Peterson, from Bashaw 4-H, won the junior live judging at the Camrose District 4-H show on June 4. Congratulating Hailey on behalf of Do More Automotive was Tracy Holt.
Aleesa Morrison, from Bashaw 4-H, won the intermediate live judging at the Camrose District 4-H show on June 4. Congratulating Aleesa on behalf of Edberg Crop Management was Tracy Holt.
Tessa Morrison from Bashaw 4-H had the junior champion female at the Camrose District 4-H female show June 3. Presenting the championship ribbon to Tessa is Tracy Kushnerick of Spruce View Acres. Tessa also won the intermediate reserve champion showman award.
Lyndsey Smith, from Armena 4-H, had the show’s reserve junior champion female. Lyndsey received the ribbon from sponsor Brimacombe Farms. Ruby Fehlauer of Armena 4-H won the junior reserve champion showman award.
Ashley Ganske, from Camrose 4-H, had the show’s senior champion female. Sponsoring the award was TD Canada Trust on June 3 at the Camrose Regional Exhibition. Ashley also won the senior showman award from Battle River Sports.
Reba Young, from Armena 4-H, had the show’s reserve senior champion female. Sponsoring the ribbon to Reba was the Vikse Family Farm. Reba also won the reserve champion showman award from Shocker Mechanical.
Brooke Van De Voorde, from Bashaw 4-H, won the senior live judging at the Camrose District 4-H show. Congratulating Brooke on behalf of Vision Credit Union was Dan Szott.
Ashley Ganske, from Camrose 4-H, had the show’s overall champion female. Presenting the Ed Fleck Memorial Trophy to Ashley was Doreen Fleck. Shana-Lee Fankhanel of New Norway 4-H earned the intermediate showman award from Camrose Machine and Welding.
Tessa Morrison, from Bashaw 4-H, had the overall reserve champion female. Sponsoring a plaque to Tessa was Silver Creek Ag Society. Bashaw 4-H also won the pen of three heifers award. Ryan Bacso of Rosalind 4-H won the junior champion showman award from Prospect Hill Shorthorns.
Seth Miller, from Armena 4-H, won the award for senior record book. Congratulating Seth on behalf of P. T. Energy Services is Cindy Trautman. Emily Kohlman of Bashaw 4-H earned the Losness Drilling senior multi record book.
Ryley Knull, from Armena 4-H, won the award for intermediate record book. Presenting the award to Ryley on behalf of RBC Financial was Ronelle Kiziak. Tessa Morrison of Bashaw 4-H earned the intermediate multi record book.
Brookelyn Holt, from the Bashaw 4-H Beef Club, won the award for junior record book. Presenting the award was Karen Fankhanel of the Bashaw Ag. Society. Jaidan Burnstad of Camrose 4-H accepted the member draw.
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Lack of moisture adds stress
Camrose District 4-H Beef Clubs
By Murray Green
Although we have had sufficient moisture in the Camrose area, some places in the province have had less rain. “A lack of sufficient moisture stresses plants, and that is certainly apparent this spring,” said Karin Lindquist, forage and beef specialist with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. “Plants that do not get enough moisture are usually stunted and are forced to set seed earlier than normal. Management considerations—for hay production especially—when faced with such issues are timely.” All plants strive to produce seed regardless of present conditions. Plants experiencing stress from lack of moisture are at risk of dying. As a result, they need to produce seeds as soon as they possibly can. Once they have accomplished this stage, they go dormant, usually for the remainder of the year. Lindquist points out that it is a distinct disadvantage to allow plants to reach seed set when growing a forage stand for hay or pasture. “Even when moisture is adequate later in the growing season, it is unlikely the mature plants will regrow.” If any regrowth does occur, it will primarily be from tillers. “Alfalfa plants that are cut when they reach 30 to 50 per cent bloom—one plant with an open blossom compared with three to five other plants—or grasses when they are almost ready to flower, will be encouraged to restart regrowth.”
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Tessa Morrison, middle, of Bashaw 4-H had the Grand Champion Steer at the 2019 Camrose District Interclub 4-H steer show. Tracy Kushnerick, right, of Spruce View Acres (Awards Sponsor), held the banner, while judge Doug Roxburgh, left, looked on.
Larkyn Belich, left, of Camrose 4-H had the Reserve Grand Champion Steer at the 2019 Camrose District Interclub 4-H steer show. Ronelle Kiziak, right, of RBC (Awards Sponsor) held the banner.
THANKS TO OUR 2019 BUYERS • Doug Johnson Auction Service • Terra Firma HDD (2) • Camrose Machine & Welding • Grant Thornton LLP • Flying W Ranch • Vision Credit Union • Timik Farms • Bashaw Crop Services (3) • Metalnecks Salvage Ltd. • Harley’s Liquor Store (2) • Cache Entertainment Inc. (Gord Bamford) (2) • Toﬁeld Packers • Diamond Over O Ranch • Vold Jones Vold (3) • Highmark Machine Works • Trailblazer RV • Bashaw Meats • Schneider’s Building Supplies Inc. • Dodds Coal Mine • Central Agencies Inc. (3) • Ascendant Financial (Lowe) • Bi-West Translines (2)
• Devon RV Storage Solutions • Supreme International • Gerry Fankhanel Construction Ltd. • Dave Banack Contracting • Wolbeck Farms • Apex Automation Ltd • Steve and Theresa Reminsky (2) • Hay’s Burn’n Rod Welding • Flaman Sales • Hillcrest Acres Inc. • Sharek Enterprises
• Ross Agri (2) • OPT Inc. (2) • Coal Creek Golf Course • Fountain Tire • Crop Management Network (2) • Lamb Ford Sales Ltd. • Colin And Annette Cole • Drever Agencies Inc. • Save-On-Foods Camrose • Thue Construction • Holden Bottle Depot
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR GENERAL SPONSORS AND VOLUNTEERS • Arysta Life Science • Bayer Crop Science • Cargill Ag Horizons • Busy Bee Farm • Double Z Farms & Meat Processing • Fountain Tire • Nufarm • Richardson Pioneer • Syngenta Crop Protections • Brett Young • Battle River Implements • Wetaskiwin Co-op Country Junction • Prairie Rose Water
Thank you to all Trophy
and Award Sponsors • Shawn’s Repairs • Tofield Packers - hosting carcass show, • Vetoquinol Veterinary Pharmaceuticals hauling and insuring steers & member draw • Katie Roxburgh • Murry’s Truck Parts Locator • Will Pattison - carcass judge • Brittany Boss - female confirmation steer showmanship judge VOLUNTEERS: • Tim Ellis - MC judge • Ron Pederson - auctioneering • Gerry Fankhanel - ringman • Alberta Beef Producers - radio spots • Luke Wrubleski - female • Charlie Gould - ringman showmanship judge • Brad Schneider, M2D2 Bobcat • Tanya Reist, Key Leader - ribbon • Darcy Sheets - bid catcher dirt leveling • Dave Vikse - bid catcher presenter • Camrose County - scale • Nicole Georzen, Natural Moments • Gary Stordahl - bid catcher • D. Isaac Livestock - trucking • Kim Ganske - photographer • Grant Thornton LLP - sale clerking Photography - photographer • Silver Creek Ag Society - ribbons • Doug Roxburgh - steer confirmation • Murray Green - reporter • Border Paving - manure removal judge • Lori Larsen - photographer
Every individual who contributed to the success of our show and sale is greatly appreciated by all. Our sincere apologies if we have unintentionally missed any names.
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ID#1100856 DAYSLAND, AB This 4 acre parcel is located just to the north of the golf course in the town of Daysland, Alberta. This would be a great place to build your dream home or to run a business from. Power and gas are within the vicinity and would be easy to connect. The town of Daysland boasts many amenies including Hospital, Medical Centre, K-12 School, and a full service town. This acreage is ajacent to another 4 acres with home, garage and shop which is also for sale by the same owner.
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ID#1100825 DAYSLAND, AB This property includes 2 separate acreages one with the buildings and the other has most of the 12 acres of land, they are availiable as a package but the owner would consider selling them separately. Both buildings are heated, insulated, concrete floors, overhead doors and walk in doors as well. One of the buildings has a recepon, 2 offices, 1 bath and mezzanine with 2 storage rooms. The second building is totally open inside. This property has an ideal locaon at the side of highway 13 at the town of Daysland. There is also enough land that a home could be built on the property.
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ID#1100782 MEETING CREEK, AB This nice-looking farm on a total of 135 Acres is only half an hour South from Camrose. It includes a recently renovated bungalow home, well maintained barns, a shop and a large detached garage. The farm is currently used as a fi nishing hog farm and has an excellent contract for 4,500 hogs/ year. There are two connected barns with 4 bins aached for a total of 60 tons feed storage. The shop has a concrete floor and one half is insulated. Manure is drained into 2 lagoons which hold about one-year storage. There are 3 water wells on the property and a dug-out. All are ed in to the barn.
ID#1100808 VEGREVILLE, AB This grain 1/4 is located between the town of Vegreville and the Village of Bruce. There is 135 Acres culvated and has a some gas lease revenue.
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