May 21, 2024 Country Booster

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The paper created EXCLUSIVELY for farm families and rural residents of east central Alberta 8 PAGES | MAY 21, 2024 Inside... A variety of merchandise, auctions, services and more! Win a colour photo of your farm! See page 4 News Features Agriculture Foundation to build pavilion 2 Cargill proposes expansion . . . . . . 5 Wetaskiwin takes on waste initiative 8
Acres, owned by the
has been drawing attention from people all over the world as part of a growing fascination with the company’s characters, a fold of adorable Highland cattle. See inside story on page 4 of this edition.
Above: Vanessa (Gratrix) Ostrosser, lends a motherly hand to this year’s calf Sugar, who sadly lost her mama Roz shortly after being born.
Gratrix family,
Photo by Lori Larsen

County Corner


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Camrose County Greenhouses


Camrose Count y residents can deposit household recycling in the mixed use bins at:

■ Camrose Count y Agricultural Ser vices O ice , 4238-37 Street , Camrose

■ K ingman Transfer Site

■ Kelse y Transfer Site

■ West Dried Meat Lake Regional Land fill

More information can be found by clicking the “Rec ycling” bu tton on the Count y website home page at county camrose .ab ca.


Camrose Count y will be spraying along County Roadsides for the control of brush and weeds commenc ing June 1. Spraying will not be done in front of building sites . The brush control program will be under taken for safet y, ease of snow removal and sight line improvement. Persons must complete an “Agreement for the Restricted Use of Herbic ides for Brush & Weed Control in Sensitive Areas” and must POST Camrose Count y “DO NOT SPRAY AREA” signs prior to May 31, 2024. Agreement s are available on the Camrose Count y website www county camrose .ab .ca

DO NOT SPRAY SIGNS are available for purchase at Camrose Count y Agricultural Ser vice O ice

■ Avonroy Gardens, 1934 6 Township Road 472

■ Ferr y Point Greenhouse, 18532 Township Road 434

■ Glenview Greenhouse , Township Road 491

■ Maplewood Acres Market Garden and Greenhouse, 207 Main Street , Armena

■ Westway Gardens, 200 Railway Avenue, Bittern Lake

■ Wipf ’s Greenhouse , 1 7570 Highway 26

Foundation to build a pavilion

Renaissance Agriculture Foundation wants to build an education pavilion.

The Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation proposed to construct an education pavilion on the parcel of land they lease from Camrose County on Pt SW 30-48-18-W4.

“I move that Camrose County council approve the proposed construction of an education pavilion for the Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation on their leased portion subject to Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation receiving planning approval and proper development permits for the project,” said councillor Tina Sroka.

The Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation submitted a Legacy Grant application to the recreation committee. They are proposing to build an Education Pavilion on land leased from Camrose County. According to Section 8 of the lease, “the Lessee may upon application to and approval from the County construct or cause to be constructed such permanent developments as may be approved by the County.”

The proposed Pavilion is a permanent structure that will be built on leased land, meaning it then becomes County property.

Now that council approved the project going forward, the recreation com

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The rock stars of cattle

Highland cattle are becoming a more familiar sight in pastures around the province, attracting the attention of passersby admiring their fluffy, cartoonlike appearance, curious about the breed and their growing popularity among acreage owners.

For Flagstaff County resident Teresa Gratrix, raising the incredibly unique breed of cattle started with her love for animals, cows in particular. Shortly after the family moved to their acreage in 2006, they joined the Wavy Lake 4-H Beef Club and the passion continued to grow.

“We purchased our fold of Highland cattle in 2020,” said Teresa.

The farm appearing in this photograph is located in the Camrose trading area. If you recognize it as yours, come to the Camrose Booster, 4925-48 Street, Camrose. You will be presented with a free 8” x 10” colour enlargement of the photo.

Of interest, Highland breeders do not call their herd a herd. Instead, it is called a fold, coined in early days when, in the winter, the cattle were brought together at night into open shelters made of stone called folds, in order to protect them from the elements and predators.

“Highland cows are great acreage cows,” noted Teresa. “They are low maintenance and personable.”

Currently, Grazing Acres has a bull (Moses), three cows (Momma, Maggie and Dottie), and their babies (Theodore, Gus, Cinnamon, Sugar and Hazel).

“Our bottle baby Sugar (pictured on front cover), lost her mom Roz a week after she was born this spring.”

Equally passionate about the fold is Teresa’s daughter Vanessa, who has taken the interest in Grazing Acres further through her very talented graphic design and photography work.

“We started an Instagram account for the cows in the fall of 2020, and named it Grazing Acres, (@ grazing_acres),” explained Vanessa. “We shared our Highland hijinks with the world and our following grew quickly to almost 20,000.”

Since its inception, some of Grazing Acres more popular reels, featuring lighthearted music and the shenanigans of these lovable creatures, have accrued over four million views.

“We also create merchandise (including soap, candles, postcards, stationery, wall art and puzzles) with my illustrations and photography, allowing fellow cow lovers to bring home a piece of Grazing Acres,” said Vanessa.

Continued on page 6

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Cargill proposes expansion

Cargill Limited is one step closer to expanding at the canola crush plant.

They received a Business Incentive Grant from Camrose County after submitting a preliminary application.

“I move that Camrose County council approve the Tier 2 Business Incentive Grant application submitted March 6 by Cargill Limited for a development located on E 1/2 26-46-20W4M and E 1/2 25-46-20W4M, under development permit 22-161 in principle and

further, direct administration to present the grant allocation for final approval at a future council meeting when the Certified Written Appraisal has been submitted as per Bylaw 1305,” said councillor Doug Lyseng at the regular meeting of the council on May 14.

Camrose County, the City of Camrose and Cargill have been in discussions regarding the planned expansion to the current Cargill Crush Facility, Cargill has submitted a preliminary application for the Business Incentive Grant (BIG


Administration has discussed this with Cargill executives and although the application will not be officially submitted until the expansion has been completed, they are providing it at this time to indicate their plans to apply in the future.

The project will employ about 200 additional people in the area.

“It should be noted on the application, we specify that our current development permit value was $30 million.

Continued on page 7

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Rock stars of cattle

Continued from page 4

With a goal of allowing even more people the pure joy of experiencing these charming cows up close, Grazing Acres will be hosting the first farm event on June 21st and 22nd.

“This will be a Highland cow themed paint night called “Cows on Canvas”, said Vanessa. “Guests will get to interact with the cows and paint a picture of a Highland cow.”

For those interested in attending the evening event, visit the Grazing Acres website at

lightful animals really are the rock stars of the cattle world.

While originally their coats were predominantly black, the more popular red coats are the result of selective breeding of the reddish colour after a comment from Queen Victoria during a trip to the Highlands, saying she preferred the red-coloured cattle.

Today, the breed comes in a variety of colours including yellow, brindle, dun and white, as well as the red and black.

The breed is also very hardy and able to naturally

The Highland cow

As the name would imply, the Highland cattle breeds originated in the Highlands and west coastal islands of Scotland, where their physical characteristics made them adaptable to the harsh climates and North Atlantic gales.

Highlands are known for the double coat of hair, consisting of a downy undercoat and long outercoat, which can reach up to 13 inches long. The outercoat has a natural oil that repels rain and snow, which is one of the reasons this breed of cattle does well in Alberta.

Characterized by their long shaggy hair that falls haphazardly over their faces and between a set of long curved horns, these de-

convert to poor grazing conditions, which is another reason why they have become a popular choice for acreage owners.

As Teresa eases in and out of the fold, she softly speaks to each cow, petting their moplike heads and telling them about her day. They respond with gentle nudges and tilted heads, as though they are totally aware of what she is saying.

“Spending time with the cows at the end of the day is my favourite way to relax,” smiled Teresa.

Personally, I can’t imagine a better way to unwind than hanging out with a bunch of gentle furry friends who seem to, quite sincerely, be happy to see you.

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JOHN DEERE 310 tandem disc , 14 ft
KELLO -BILT 176 t/a 12 ft . tandem offset disc GRAIN HANDLING
2012 BR ANDT 5200EX grain vac, 333 hours, 1000 pto. • 2013 FARM KING 1370 electric swing grain auger, 13”, 70 ft., dual auger hopper flighting. • 2010 BUHLER SORTEX Z+ grain colour sor ter, 3 shoot, rated for 350 bushel / hr HAYING • 2017 JD 569 round baler, 5,834 bales, 1000 pto. • 1987 JD 530 round baler, monitor, 540 pto. • 1998 JD 566 round baler, 21,766 total bales • 1976 JOHN DEERE 346 square baler w/ ¼ turn chute. • NEW HOLL AND 1033 square bale wagon. • 2001 JOHN DEERE 936 discbine, 11½ ft., 1000 pto. • 1994 HESSTON 1160 hydraswing haybine, 14 ft • 2016 FARM KING 12 wheel Easy “V” hay rake • MORRIS 881 t/a self load / unload hay hiker, 8 bale • JD 896A side delivery 10 ft. rolabar hay rake • JIFF Y 700 hi-dump silage wagon. SIDE X SIDE & MOTORBIKES • 2009 POLARIS RANGER 700 crew side x side, 2,427 miles. • 1987 Husqvarna 400WR. • 1985 Honda 250XR. • 1982 Kawasaki KDX 450. • 1982 Kawasaki KDX 175. • 1986 Honda CR 250. • 1990 Suzuki 250 RMX. • 1982 Yamaha 175 IT. • 1984 & 1985 Yamaha 250 IT. • (2) Aluminum motorbike stands ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Authenticit y Guaranteed on gold coins , silver bars & hockey cards + shipping w/ insurance is available • (80) - 2020 Royal Canadian Mint 1/10 oz gold coins. • (20) - NTE 10 ounce silver bars. • McDavid, Ovechkin, & Matthews Young Guns R/C’s. • Coffey, Kurri, & Bossy graded rookie cards. • (3) - IH 1½ - 2½ HP restored pump engines. • Quantit y of IH parts pump engines. • Cast iron hand water pumps. • Vintage trolley grain scale w/ weights. • Rare Case Barrett No. 2 railroad jack. • 1913 NATIONAL cash register, working condition. • Vintage oil tins including RARE “Red Indian” tins. • ± (15) - NFR belt buckles. • ± (500) - Pin collection w/ Calgary Stampede Chuckwagon pins • Quantit y of nice shed deer antlers. • + MUCH MORE! MISCELLANEOUS • Miller Bobcat 225 AC/DC 8500 watt welder / generator w/ cables on s/a trailer. • Miller M225P arc welder. • Swisher trail t ype mower, 44” deck, 10.5 hp. • West ward trail t ype yard sprayer, B & S 3.5 hp. motor. • Field King ES300 quad sprayer. • Land Pride 3 pt. hitch mower. • 4 ft. homebuilt land roller • Ingersoll Rand XP-185 portable air compressor. • (3) Air compressors. • 30 ft. bale pipe racks. • Palfinger Man basket. • 5000 watt generator. • Asphalt cutter w/ backhoe mount. • Quantit y of 20’ & 30’ lengths of yellow jacket pipe. • (15) lengths of 2 7/8” tubing. • Husqvarna 42” ride on mower. • Sears snowblower. • Sears rototiller • Devonn 3 pt hitch 6’ blade. • Eagle 5 hp. 60 gallon upright air compressor. • Ox y Acet ylene torch w/ cart. • Carolina Industrial metal bandsaw • Hyd. pipe crimper. • Berger Instruments 200B leve transit w/ tripod. • Rock well Beaver tablesaw. • Flexicoil 5000 air drill parts. • (70) 2’ x 6’ x 16’ tongue & groove pine boards. • Honda 2200w generator. • Honda GX160 water pump. • Honda GC 160 5 hp. motor. • Hypro 1502XL silver series roller pump. • (2) New MacDon hydraulic reel drive motors. • (3) New Lion hydraulic rams. • Oberg 900 series reusable oil filter. • Big Red 3.5 gallon parts washer. • 2000 lb. 12V winch. • (25) Makita 14” cut -off saw wheels. • (2) Cut off saws. • (2) ITC 3/4” socket sets. • Wrench sets. • Pipe, torque & crescent wrenches. • Lincoln 12v grease guns. • Motomaster batter y charger • + MUCH MORE! DUNKLE AU C TION SERVICES INC. Dunkle Au ctions: 1-877- UP4BIDS (874 -2437) dunkleauctions .com PRE VIE WING HOURS: 9 AM TO 7 PM STARTING JUNE 6 BIDDING STARTS JUNE 6 AT 10 AM AND BIDS START CLOSING ON TUESDAY, JUNE 11 AT 10 AM NO BUYER’S PREMIUM PICTURES on WEBSITE AB LICENSE #209769
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LOCATION : Items have been re -located to Dunkle Auctions sale site. From Castor go 6 km nor th on Highway #861 GATE SIGN : 38308A Hw y #861 ~ SE 22-38-14- W4

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