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Wisconsin Jersey breeders receive national recognition Krejci, Demmer continue to check off the bucket list By Danielle Nauman danielle.n@dairystar.com

ELLSWORTH, Wis. – In their relatively short careers as Jersey breeders, Kevin Krejci and Lisa Demmer have already checked off a number of items that make up the dreams and bucket lists of many long-time breeders. The pair has already claimed important show banners, and this spring, they were honored by the American Jersey Cattle Association with the Young Jersey Breeder Award for their accomplishments in breeding and developing their herd. Kevin and Lisa rst met at a Jersey show in 2004. Lisa had grown up on her family’s registered Holstein farm, and Kevin had grown up helping every day at his grandparent’s dairy farm. Eventually they teamed up to form Discovery Genetics, the prex that has come to be one regularly announced on showring loudspeakers. In their 16-year career of breeding registered Jerseys, they have twice exhibited the

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Kevin Krejci (left) and Lisa Demmer milk 35 cows on their farm near Ellsworth, Wisconsin. They began their journey as registered Jersey breeders in 2004, and were selected this spring as recipients of the American Jersey Cattle Club’s Young Jersey Breeder Award.

cow that walked out of the showring wearing roses after the AJCA’s prestigious National Jersey Jug Futurity. One of those two cows, Discoverys Tequila Jewelene EX-96, went on to be named the National Champion at the AJCA All-American Show three years later.

For several years, the couple juggled working full-time jobs in the Twin Cities metro area with trying to spend as much time with their cattle, which were housed at Lisa’s family’s dairy farm in Ellendale, Minnesota, nearly 90 miles away. The commuting, in addition

to their herd growth, led Kevin and Lisa to purchase a small farm near Ellsworth, where they built a modern tiestall barn with several box stalls to suit their needs. “We were up to about 65 head,” Kevin said. “It was time to either sell a bunch or do this.”

The herd was moved in 2018 after construction on the barn was completed. They are now milking 35 cows while still continuing to work full time off the farm. “We chose this location because it is close to the metro area where we work, and we were able to procure a milk market,” Lisa said. “That was just really becoming a big concern when we rst started looking.” The farm they purchased included 20 acres. They rent an additional 40 acres, hoping to be able to produce all of their own hay for the year. “If we can make all of our own hay, that will save us at least 25%, if not more, on our feed costs for the year,” said Kevin, noting they purchase dry corn and corn silage off the eld from neighbors. “We have really tried to take an active approach and sharpen our pencils to gure out ways to cut costs without cutting corners.” Kevin and Lisa chose to make the move so they could better work to develop their herd of cows to continue working toward their goals. While their sire selection focus is primarily on type, they do not turn a blind eye to production traits. Turn to JERSEY | Page 3

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think it has kind of paid off.â€? Bulls in their breeding program include Guimo Joel, River Valley Joyride, Colton Flame Fireman, Steinhauers Iatola Applejack, River Valley Cece Chrome, as well as two of their own bulls, Discoverys Premier Joey and Discoverys Premier Jedi. One of Kevin and Lisa’s best-known cow families is descended from Lisa’s ďƒžrst Jersey calf, Thomsen 4226 Cadillac Jay EX-95. Jay had a successful showring career for Lisa, winning a class four times at the Minnesota State Fair and being named reserve grand champion of the show in 2009. Jay had 15 daughters. One of her most notable descendants is a granddaughter, Discoverys Tequila Jewelene EX-96. In addition to her 2017 National Champion and 2014 Jersey Jug wins, Jewelene claimed the intermediTurn to JERSEY | Page 4

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Discovery Genetics is owned by Kevin Krejci and Lisa Demmer of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. The couple focuses their breeding program on high-type cows.

ate champion banner at the 2014 World Dairy Expo after winning both the junior 3-year-old class and the overall championship in the International Futurity. Jewelene has walked on World Dairy Expo’s colored shavings eight of her nine years, and has placed in the top 10 all eight years. Another standout cow family Kevin and Lisa have been working to develop descends from Bridon Vindication Evelyn-ET EX-92, who was the result of Kevin’s rst purchase of Jersey embryos. One of her daughters, Discoverys Tequila Escape-ET EX-95, captured the 2016 National Jersey Jug banner for the couple, their second win in three years. Although Kevin and Lisa have achieved goals that most registered Jersey breeders can only dream of accomplishing, they are not resting on their laurels but continue to have their eyes

set on breeding cows that can continue to compete at high levels. They realize that without the support of their families and friends, they could not have reaped the rewards they have in such short time. “We are really grateful for our families and friends,” Lisa said. “Without their support, over all the years and throughout the building project, none of this would have been possible.” Kevin agreed. He said they were humbled by the recognition they received from their peers in the Wisconsin Jersey Breeders Association, to be nominated for the AJCA Young Jersey Breeder Award. “Just having your fellow Jersey breeders think you are worthy of nominating for the award is quite a feeling,” Kevin said. “But to actually be selected, that is really special.”


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So, your farm has COVID-19?

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The novel coronavirus has immersed itself in communities across the nation, and the agriculture community is no exception. With the pandemic impacting the workforce of meat packing and processing plants, the Minnesota Department of Health has partnered with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Minnesota Board of Animal Health and Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry to provide resources and guidance for farmers. “We’re doing what we can to limit transmission in the workplace from person to person contact,” said Lisa Wetzel, training and outreach coordinator for dairy and meat inspection with MDA. MDA hosted a webinar, “MDA Dairy Farm COVID-19 Preparedness Resources,” May 29. The purpose of the event was to provide dairy farmers with resources and tactics to use if and when employees on their farm are infected with COVID-19. When a dairy farm is identied with three or more COVID-19 cases, a call is immediately set up with MDA to provide resources for the farmer and employees to limit the exposure of the virus as quickly as possible. The call might include the farm

owner and manager, an MDA inspector for the farm and supervisor, outreach veterinarian and outreach staff. Conversations also may bring in regional epidemiologists to provide local resources, like hand sanitizers, COVID-19 tests and other needs for the health and safety on the farm. “We’re here to provide guidance based on what we learn,” Wetzel said. “How is milking setup? What are the tasks of the employees? How do they interact?” The call will work through the daily operations of the farm and also ask about employee housing arrangements all in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19. Those who test positive should remain at home, in their bedroom and use a separate bathroom if possible until three criteria are met: three days since a fever is present without the use of fever-reducing medication, 10 days following the onset of symptoms and symptoms are improving. The incubation of the disease is two to 10 days, with most symptoms showing up on day four, and the worst of the virus passing between days seven and nine. However, MDH recommends that anyone in the household of a COVID-19 positive case stay home and quarantine for 14 days. “Farms are part of critical infrastructure, so any employee that has not tested positive but has been in contact with a positive case can continue working,” Wetzel said. “MDH recommends those individuals self-quarantine for 10 days, if possible, but so as not to disrupt the operations of the farm.” Once a case has been identied,

people who worked with that individual are given priority for testing because of dairy farm’s critical role in producing food. Wetzel recommended implementing a protocol for tracking COVID-19 on the farm. “Have a discussion with employees about all of this,” she said. “It’s important for workers to know they won’t face negative consequences if they get ill. This is not the time to tell employees to buck up and deal with it. This is a time to be more cautious about illness than ever before.” Implementing protocols before COVID-19 is detected Addressing COVID-19 in the workplace is not an issue any farm wants to face as the priority on farms remains being able to care for the animals. To mitigate the risk of losing employees’ help during this time, MDH recommends putting strict safety and health guidelines in place. “It’s good to have a backup plan for if and when this will happen on your farm,” Wetzel said. “We understand cows need to be milked. This is why it’s a concern from the get-go.” The rst step farmers can do is to provide a system for screening all farm workers before their shifts begin. MDA has a checklist online that can be downloaded and used to evaluate if an employee is showing symptoms. The questionnaire should be simple yes or no questions and include a temperature check. If any question is answered with yes or a temperature is recorded above 100 degrees Fahrenheit, that individual should be tested for

COVID-19. “Employees should be advised to go home and stay away from people and contact their health care provider,” Wetzel said. Within the farm, work shifts should be staggered so the same individuals are working together and limiting interaction with others, 6-foot distances should be marked in gathering areas such as ofces and break rooms, and farmers should consider removing unnecessary doors or barriers that people might come in contact with daily. It is also important to emphasize personal hygiene with all farm workers. “Post hand washing instructions in languages spoken by employees,” Wetzel said. “Put them in the milking parlor, at the entrance of the facility. Make sure you have an ample supply of soap and single-use towels.” High trafc areas should also be disinfected regularly at every shift change. Wetzel also encouraged farmers to provide hand sanitizer and wipes in ofces, feed rooms and tractor cabs. MDH also strongly suggests farms have policies for anyone visiting the farm, such as a feed truck driver, veterinarian or delivery person. All these tactics will help dairy farms remain operational throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. “If employees make up a majority of the workforce, … we want farms to set themselves up to not run into that situation,” said Wetzel about COVID-19 cases overwhelming farm staff. “We understand the severity and complexity of this.”


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Managing agricultural PPE needs when supplies are short Personal protective equipment, or PPE, is necessary to protect farmers and other agricultural workers from pesticides, grain dust, mold, and other hazards. The COVID-19 global pandemic, however, has stressed the supplies of PPE since the emergency needs of our medical care providers and rst responders must be met. The following are some considerations if you are a farmer, applicator, or other agricultural professional facing a shortage of PPE.

What level of PPE do you need? For pesticide applications, a long-sleeve shirt, long pants, shoes and socks are typically the minimum required PPE when mixing, loading, and applying a product. Protective eye-wear including goggles or a face shield, chemical-resistant gloves, additional clothing such as a chemical resistant apron or coveralls, and/or a respirator may also be listed on the label. Always check the pesticide label for specic PPE requirements – the label lists what is required to lawfully use a particular product and restrictions exist for personal health and safety. Note, the label will list the minimum level of PPE required, you can always wear a higher level of protection. Respirators: What are my options? Respirators are one of the PPE items most likely to be in short supply at this time. They can be required for numerous agricultural activities, including when working with grain, livestock, hay, manure pits, silos, and certain pesticides. The following resources summarize the types of respirators needed for various activities: – Agriculture Respirator Selection Guide: http:// umash.umn.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/respirator-options-guide-8x11-june-2017.pdf. – Respirator Worksheet: http://umash.umn. edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Website-August2018-Respirator-Worksheet.pdf With current demand being extremely high for N95 masks, masks that provide a higher ltering capacity (e.g. N99 or N100) may be easier to nd, even if they might be more expensive. A half-mask respirator with a cartridge or a full-face respirator are options to consider as well and they may be easier to nd since they are less likely to be used in the medical eld. These can last a long time, but may be more uncomfortable, more costly, and require more parts than a mask. Check for availability through your local farm supply store or online options such as (but not limited to) Gemplers, Grainger, PK Safety, Northern Safety & Industrial and Amazon. Ensure all respiratory protection is marked NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) approved with the ltering capacity it provides. Respirator t testing When a tight t is required when wearing a respirator, a t test is needed to ensure you are getting the proper protection. For more information on t testing and sites that offer this service to farmers in MN, see Respirator t testing resources in Minnesota: https:// blog-crop-news.extension.umn.edu/2018/05/wherecan-i-get-t-tested-to-wear.html. What if I can’t nd the level of PPE that I need? If you can’t nd the level of PPE that’s required for your planned activity, consider selecting an alternative product or method. Is there a less toxic product you can use, for example, that requires a lower level of PPE? Product label databases such as CDMS.net, agrian.com, or greenbook.net can help you search pesticide labels for PPE requirements. Another possible option is to hire someone who has the proper PPE to do the needed task. Do not skimp on PPE if you cannot nd what is needed for a particular activity – your health and safety depends on it. For more information National Pesticide Safety Education Center Respirator Decision Tree: https://npsec.us/wp-content/ uploads/200420-2-Respirator-Infographic.pdf.

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Consistency key to improving reproduction Kenealys nearly double heifer pregnancy rate By Danielle Nauman danielle.n@dairystar.com

CADOTT, Wis. – Hitting certain benchmarks make up many of the goals dairy farmers strive for. For Jeff and Trista Kenealy, making great strides in improving the reproductive efciencies in their heifers is something they have been working hard at. The Kenealys, along with their children, Delton, 9, and Timothy, 7, milk about 500 cows at Kenealy Dairy Farm near Cadott. Jeff is the fourth generation to operate the farm, and his father, John, is also a partner in the family’s dairy operation. All of their replacement heifers are raised on-site. They farm 1,600 acres of corn and alfalfa, all of which are used to feed their herd. In the 20 years since Jeff rst joined his dad on the farm, the herd has grown upwards from 100 cows. While the Kenealys have always had luck with the reproductive performance of their milking cows, with a group pregnancy rate consistently over 30%, they have struggled with getting heifers bred in a timely manner. Recently, the Kenealys have been celebrating successes at improving the statistics in their heifer program, reaching a pregnancy rate of over 40% on their heifers, up from 22% a year ago. “Consistency and diligence have really made the difference for us,” said Jeff, of the protocol changes they have made on the farm. “The technician we are working with now is great walking and chalking our heifer groups, and catching them in heat off their Prostaglandin F2-alpha shots. It’s sad to say, but he knows my heifers better than I do.”

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The Kenealy family – (from le�) Trista, Timothy, Delton and Jeff – milk 500 Holsteins at Kenealy Dairy Farm in Cado�, Wisconsin. The Kenealys have experienced success improving their herd’s reproduc�ve performance. When heifers reach 395 days of age, they are given their rst shot of PGF-2alpha, followed by a second shot two weeks later. Any heifers that remain open after their rst service are set up on a second round of shots. “I do all of the repro shots myself,” Jeff said. “Shot compliance is key. I feel like doing it myself keeps it on schedule, and if something doesn’t hap-

pen the way it should, I have no one to blame but myself.” In previous attempts to reach better conception rates for their heifers, the Kenealys used CIDRs on their heifers, but did not nd the success they were looking for. The Kenealys utilize a double ovsynch program for their reproductive program in their milking herd. Any

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In June 2010, Dairy Star talked to the Herzog children for the Kids Corner feature. At the time, Matthew was 10 years old. We spoke with him for this issue about what he is up to on the farm 10 years later. FREEPORT, Minn. – By all accounts, Matthew Herzog is living out his dream of dairy farming. When he was a young child, he admired the work his parents did and wanted to emulate that in his own career. The thought of dairy farming was not realized only once when asked in a Dairy Star questionnaire, but twice more throughout his adolescent years. “In kindergarten, we had to write a letter to ourselves as seniors, and I wrote that I wanted to be a farmer,” Herzog said. “In seventh grade, we did the same thing. My senior year I opened it up, and the message was all the same. I wanted to farm.” Herzog, 20, has worked on his family’s farm full time for the past two years with his parents, Allen and Diane, and younger brother, Nick, in Stearns County near Freeport. He wakes every morning by 4:30 and milks the 60-cow herd on his family’s home farm site. Then, Herzog milks 40 cows at a neighboring farm site. The family has rented the neighbor’s farm site for 10 years. “I milk all those cows, and then we let them out. And, I bed the stalls,” Herzog said. “Mom lets the cows back in later on.” When Herzog is nished with mornTurn to HERZOG | Page 12

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(Above) MaƩhew Herzog works with his family on their 100-cow dairy in Stearns County near Freeport, Minnesota. Herzog was featured in Dairy Star’s Kid Corner feature 10 years ago where he said he wanted to dairy farm when he grew up.

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and then compare that to the mother,” Herzog said. “Breeding with different bulls I can see what genetics ourish in the herd.” When Herzog is making breeding decisions, he thinks about the future of his herd and looks at what fellow dairy farmers are doing. “My neighbor has really good cows, and I’ve always looked up to him. He works hard for them,” Herzog said. “One day I want that, to have cows that look really good. It makes your job that much easier.” As Herzog continues working as an employee for his parents, he hopes one day he can dairy farm on his own. For the time being, he plans to continue working on the farm and lling his days with construction work. Then, he wants to build a larger facility that would accommodate the family’s entire milking herd. “I want to make that robot accessible so I can put robots in on down the road,” Herzog said. “I’ll milk cows as long as I can but when I can’t, I’ll have the barn set up for robots.” While working construction, Herzog has helped build many dairy barns and put in milking robots. “That’s really helped a lot,” Herzog said. “I see what works and what doesn’t work.” Over the last decade, Herzog’s drive to dairy farm has only become stronger as he has taken on more responsibility on his family’s farm and looks to build a future in the industry. And he is just as proud of the Herzog family’s livelihood as he was when he was a 10-year-old boy. “Everything we have is stuff we’ve worked toward. Everything here is everything we’ve done and worked up,” Herzog said. “We built our own legacy and it’s nice to see the fruits of our labor.” Mark Klaphake contributed to this article.

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Located 7 miles north of Brandon, MN or 1 mile south of Millerville, MN on County Tar #7, then 1.5 miles east on County Road #5, then ž mile north on Wilm Drive to farm #15963; or 3.5 miles west of Leaf Valley on County #5, then ž mile north on Wilm Drive to farm. Follow the Mid-American Auction Co. signs; roads will be plainly marked.

FRIDAY, JUNE 26, Tractors Ford Model TW-35 Two-Wheel Drive Diesel Tractor, Cab, Dual Hydraulics, 3-Point, 1000 PTO, Hammer Strap, 8 Speed with HiLo Transmission, Front Under Frame Weights, 20.5 X 38 Inch Rear Rubber, Hub Duals, Shows 6512 Hours 1979 John Deere Model 4640 Diesel Tractor, Power Shift, Sound Guard Cab, 3-Point, Big 1000 PTO, Triple Hydraulics, Comfort Steps, 20.8 X 38 Inch Rubber, Hub Duals, Shows 8833 Hours, Ser. #010667R 1967 IH Model 656 Gas Tractor, Wide Front, Dual Hydraulics, 18.4 X 34 Inch Rubber, Flat Top Fenders Sells Complete with DU-AL 345 All Hydraulic Loader, 7 Ft. Material Bucket, Tractor Shows 6264 Hours, Ser. #28217 1976 Allis Chalmers Model 7000 Diesel Tractor, Cab, Good Firestone 18.4 X 38 Inch Rear Rubber, Dual Hydraulics, 3-Point, Unknown Hours, Ser. #2394 Belarus Model 500 TwoWheel Drive Diesel Tractor, 540 PTO, Cab, One Owner, 18.4 X 30 Inch Rubber, Tachometer Showing 6155 Hours Loader Mount Bale Spear Sells Separately Category II Quick Hitch

SALE TIME: 10:30 A.M. Boser’s Lunch Wagon

NOTE: The Wagners have farmed on the farm for 47 years and now have decided to fully retire from farming and move out of state. Mid-American Auction Co. is very pleased to be selected to conduct Robert and Wilma’s farm retirement auction. Please note that we will begin with tools and miscellaneous items, followed immediately by farm machinery. You can expect many more items than listed as the Wagners have lived on this farm nearly 50 years. We encourage you to participate online, but if you are attending the auction you must adhere to strict social distancing guidelines and follow suggested practices to ensure everyone’s safety. Online bidding provided by Proxibid powered by Mid-American Auction Co. Prior inspection welcome by appointment beginning Monday, June 22nd. Thank you!

Planting & Tillage Equipment Nice Brillion Model PT 16 (16 Ft.) Packer on Hydraulic Lift Transport, Light Kit, One Owner, Has Done Approx. 200 Acres, Ser. #PXC1703172, (Like New) John Deere Model 7200 6 Row 30 Inch Max Emerge II Vacuum Style Corn Planter, Dry Fertilizer with Cross Auger, JD 200 Monitor, Yetter No Till Bar, Large and Small Corn Discs and Bean Discs, Trash Whips Case IH Model 4500 24 Ft. Hydraulic Fold Field Cultivator with 3 Bar Harrow, Walking Tandems White Model 435 12 Ft. 12 Shank Disc Chisel, Walking Tandems IH Model 620 12 Ft. Press Drill, Grass Seeder, 6 Inch Spacing, Large Packer Wheels, Mounted Track Scratcher Noble Pull-Type Subsoiler, Ser. #3575 Kangslide 5 Bottom Semi-Mount Variable Width Rubber Spring Reset Plow 3-Point Track Buster John Deere 3-Point 4 Row Wide Cultivator 500 Gallon Poly Tank with Approx. 100 Gallons of 28%

Grain Cart, Gravity Boxes & General Farm Machinery J Craft 600 Bushel Grain Cart J&M Approx. 300 Bushel Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on J&M Wagon, Extension Pole Ez Flow Model 230 Gravity Box on Ez Trail Model 872W Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext. Pole Ez Flow 300 Bushel Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on Ez Trail 10 Ton Wagon, Flotation Tires, Ext. Pole Unverferth Approx. 275 Bushel Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on MN 10 Ton Wagon, Ext. Pole Loftness Fully Mounted 15 Ft. Stalk Chopper, 1000 PTO, Carrier Wheels

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Killbros 350 Gravity Box with Wooden Extensions on Factory Wagon, Extension Pole Approx. 250 Bushel Gravity Box with Extensions on New Holland FourWheel Wagon Approx. 200 Bushel Gravity Box with Wood Extensions on Factory Wagon Lorenz 8 Ft. Double Auger Snowblower Allis Chalmers 8 Ft. 3-Point Blade John Deere Model 65 Forage Blower

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Generator, Shop Tools & Misc. Items

1999 New Holland Model LX 885 Diesel Skid Loader, 6 Ft. Utility Bucket, Auxiliary Hydraulic Outlets, Hand and Foot Controls, Turbo Replaced Approx. 200 Hours Ago, Recent IC Board Updates, Shows 7940 Hours, Ser. #117438 Skid Loader Bale Spear King Kutter 48 Inch Walk-Through Pallet Forks

Federal 15 KW +/- PTO Generator on SB Cart Clark Weld-Mig 1300 Wire Feed Welder, can be used with gas Horizontal Power Hack Saw Acetylene Torch Set, (No Tanks) Implement Tires and Rims Air Tank Schumacher 200 Booster Charger ½ Inch and 3/8 Inch Air Wrenches Drill Press on Adjustable Stand Husqvarna 445 Chain Saw Vises Gas Powered Pressure Washer with Honda GVC 160 Gas Engine Power Kraft 10 Inch Radial Arm Saw 1 Ÿ Inch Electric Transfer Pump Suncart Poly Storage Cabinet 3 and 3.5 Ton Floor Jacks Digital Grain and Hay Moisture Tester Newer Propane Wall Heater (2) 220 Volt Extension Cords Approx 30 Gallons of Hay Preservative Poly and Steel Wheelbarrows Walterloo 5 Drawer Tool Cabinet Extension and Step Ladders 16 Ft. Sides from Bale Throw Rack Dewalt 14 Inch Chop Saw Hand Tools Lincoln 225 AC Welder Comealong Manual Tire Changer Gear Pullers Electric Chain Saw Forks & Shovels Welding Bench with Vise Metal Shelf Handy Man Jack Collectible Tools Deep Well Impact Sockets Wrenches Dewalt 20 Volt Cordless Impact ž Inch Socket Set Bench Grinder 18 Volt Dewalt Cordless Grease Gun Dewalt 18 Volt Cordless Reciprocating Saw Plus Other Misc. Related Items

Grain Dryer & Augers Super B Model A806 Stage Controlled Batch Style Grain Dryer, Approx. 125 Bushel, Shows 6286 Hours, Ser. #AS0612105T459, used in 2019 WestďŹ eld 8 Inch X 51 Ft. Auger with 7.5 H.P. Electric Motor and has New Gear Box WestďŹ eld 8 Inch X 31 Ft. Auger with 5 H.P. Electric Motor Allied 8 Inch X 50 Ft. PTO Auger Farm King 10 Inch X 12 Ft. Hydraulic Drive Jump Auger, One Owner 4 Inch X 15 Ft. Auger on Transport with Electric Motor Poly Auger Boots

Trucks, Vehicles, Trailers, Backhoe Attachment 2013 Brute Force 8 Ft. X 20 Ft. Pull-Type Tandem Axle Utility Trailer, Tandem 14,000 lb. Axles with Single Tires, Tool Box, 235-80R-16 Tires, Spare Tire and Wheel, Flip Up Ramps with Flip Up Center Section to Allow for Complete Straight Deck, 2 & 5/16 Ball, One Owner, (Nice Condition) 1979 Chevrolet C 30 Deluxe One Ton Two-Wheel Drive Truck, Dual Rear Wheels, 350 Gas V8, Automatic, 7 Ft. X 9 Ft. Stake Body Flat Bed, Electric Brake Control, Shows 98,600 Miles

1971 Chevrolet C50 Two Ton Truck, 350 Gas V8, 4 X 2 Transmission, Edelbrock Carburetor, 18 Ft. Wooden Grain Box, Twin Post Hoist, Recent Cam Work, 5 Newer Tires, Shows 59,040 Miles, (Good Runner) 1998 Nissan PathďŹ nder, 4 X 4, Bose Radio, Leather, Approx. 153,806 Miles WW 6 X 16 Ft. Pull-Type Stock Trailer, Center Gate, Rear Endgate with Slider, Spare Tire and Wheel, Recent Floor Updates Wallenstein Model GX900 3-Point Back Hoe, Hydraulic Stabilizers, 15 Inch Hoe Bucket

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Combines, Heads, Windrower New Holland Model TR85 Twin Rotor Hydrostatic Diesel Combine, Spreader, 28 – 26 Rubber, Shows Just 2571 Hours, Good Runner, (Nice Condition) 1980 New Holland Model TR85 Twin Rotor Hydrostatic Combine, 28 X 26 Rubber, #40 Feeder House, Shows 4091 Hours, Ser. #304152, Good Engine, (Threshing Clutch and Bearing Need Work) New Holland Model 974 6 Row X 30 Inch Corn Head, Has done approx. 2000 Acres, (Nice Condition) New Holland Model 972 20 Ft. Bean Head, Finger Reel, 1.5 Inch Cut, (Nice Condition) New Holland Model 960 6 Row 30 Inch Corn Head, Newer Chains New Holland 5 Belt Pickup Head New Holland Feeder House for 960-962 Corn Head, or 962 PU Head Straw Chopper for New Holland 1400 or TR85 Combine Owatonna Model 260 Hydrostatic Windrower, Gas Engine, 12 Ft. Head

Lawn & Garden Equipment Cub Cadet Model XT2 25 H.P. Lawn Tractor with 54 Inch Deck, Foot Controlled Hydrostatic, Shows 111 Hours, One Owner Husqvarna Model 145 Automatic Riding Mower with 42 Inch Deck, Shows 648 Hours Swisher 14 Inch High Wheel Trimmer with 3.5 H.P. Engine Two-Wheel Yard Cart Gas Weed Trimmer

TMR Mixer, Livestock Equipment, Portable Building Farm Master Model B-115 (115 Cu. Ft.) Stationary TMR Mixer, Electronic Scale, One Owner Wic Stationary Bedding Chopper with 7.5 H.P. Electric Motor Tru-Test Model EW5 Livestock Scale Load Cells with Digital Monitor to be used Under Livestock Chute Sheahan 15 Inch X 25 Ft. Manure Auger 8 Ft. X 12 Ft. Portable Storage Building 42 Inch and 30 Inch Alley Fans Calf Puller Standing Fan Miscellaneous Cow Mats

15963 Wilm Drive NW Brandon, MN

ConĆ&#x;nued from CALENDAR | Page 15 date will allow for the sale to be held in between the two business meetings. It will be broadcast on JerseyAuctionLive. For six decades, the National Heifer Sale has been the single largest contributor to the national youth development activities sponsored by the American Jersey Cattle Association. Since the sale’s inception in 1958, it has been standard for each consignor to donate 10% of each animal’s selling price to the youth programs. Last year’s sale added more than $36,000 to the National Jersey Youth Development Fund. Every summer, the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) organizes on-farm ďƒželd days to give farmers the chance to see how organic farming work and to get ideas they can use on their own farms. With concerns about COVID-19 this year, these organic ďƒželd days will take place online. Each virtual event will include background information (podcasts, videos, and more) posted in advance and a 90-minute live meeting with the farm hosts and other experts hosted on Zoom. Participants will need to register to join the Zoom meetings. See details and register at mosesorganic.org/organic-ďƒželd-days. – Do the Numbers: Organic Dairy, June 24, Bossie Cow Farmat Random Lake, Wis. Thelma Heidel-Baker and Ricky Baker have a small, diversiďƒžed organic dairy farm in the rolling hills of southeastern Wisconsin. They’ll share how they manage their grass-based operation, covering pasture management, conservation practices, pollinator habitat, and livestock health. For the Zoom meeting, they’ll be joined by Jon Winsten, an ag economist with Winrock International and The Pasture Project. He will talk about the economics of grazing and share ďƒžnancial case studies from Upper Midwest dairy farms—from conďƒžnement operations to pasture-based farms. – Do the Numbers: Organic Crop Transition, July 8, Jovaag Family Farm in Austin, Minn. Jon and Ruth Jovaag have been gradually transitioning their crop and livestock farm to organic since 2014, aiming to have their entire 400acre farm certiďƒžed organic by 2022. They’ll discuss their rotation for soil-building and weed control, the equipment they’ve needed to add, and the challenges they faced. Paul Dietmann from Compeer is the co-author of Turning Grain into Dough and Fearless Farm Finances. He will talk about how to crunch the numbers involved in the transition to organic row crops.

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MACHINERY CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Friday, June 26, 2020 • 10:00 am

2 Complete Lines of Farm Machinery consigned Watch website for updates and pictures. On site auction Online bidding available through with online bidding EquipmentFacts.com. Please register early for bidding available! Now accepting your machinery consignments! Machinery drop off available Monday-Thursday 8-5 & Friday 8-12:00 Auctioneers Travis Parr & Tim Schindler

CONSIGNMENT#1: Machinery from Brian Bunkelman, Athens WI. Owner phone number 715-678-2669 All machinery is in great condition, clean & Àeld ready! Tractors: JD 8100 MFWD 6791 hrs. 3 scv duals, good tires, 20.8x42 rear tires, 16.9x30 front tires, good condition; JD 7600 MFWD15,682hrs. 2scv runs great, good tires (was mixer tractor; 2014 JD 6125R MFWD w/ H340 loader, loader used very little, 2881 hrs. 3scv, joystick loader controls, good tires, EX condition; JD 2355 2wd Tractor, 1836 hrs, 2 scv, EX condition; IH 275FWD Compact Tractor, w/adj.front blade. Skid Steers: JD 330G Skid steer, 3 years old, 2991 hrs, 91hp, 2 speed reversing fan pilot controls, IOS and # pattern, 3000# lift cap. 14x17.5 tires; 2019 JD 320G Skid loader, 289hrs. pilot controls, reversing fan, ISO & # pattern controls, 69hp, 2sp, 12x16.5 tires, 2190# lift cap, transferable full extended warranty; Planting & Tillage: IH 900 Corn planter, 6 row, 30” liquid fertilizer, yetter fertilizer openers, new seed opener disk; Case IH 5300 Soybean Special Grain Drill, 24x6, press wheels, grass seed, rear covering drag, EX condition; JD 722 Field Finisher, 20’; Brillion Deep Till Ripper, 4 shank, 3pt; JD 510 Disk Ripper, 5 shank; IH 720 Plow, 5x18, auto reset, spring loaded, 100 acres on new moldboard, shins, landslides; Miller Pro 25’ spring tooth Harrow on transport, EX condition; 4 row Cultivator; 6 row Cultivator; White Disc, 18’; Forage/Hay: JD 3950 Forage Harvester, 7’ hay hay head and 2 row narrow corn head, long pole hyd swing, quick disconnect, newer belts, 31x13.515 tires; JD 3975 Forage Harvester, 3 row Dion head, processor w/1 yr old rolls, long pole, hyd swing, metal alert, quick disconnect, 31x13.5x15 tires, also set of heavy duty axles & hubs, bolt on, w/18.4x26 tires; JD 4995 Wind Rower w/995 16’ head impeller, newer impeller, tires & bushings, 2086 hrs; H&S Hay Tedder, 9’; Vermeer Hay Rake, 9’ 5 bar, rubber tines, traction tires; (2) Meyer 3516 Forage Boxes w/extensions, (1)w/new conveyor, w/H&S 15ton running gear, w/high tires; Meyer Box, open top, wooden stringers; Gehl 1000 Chopper, 2 row corn head & hay head; H&S 860 Forage Blower; Manure Equipment: 2006 Meyer V Max spreader, 3rd auger, 16.31x16.5 tires; General Farm/Misc: Meyer F470 TMR Mixer, newer knives, excellent condition; Kuhn 5143 TMR Mixer, new weigh bars, scale needs work; Loyal 24’ 9” silage elevator w/transport & motor; Loyal 20’ 9” silage elevator w/ transport & motor; 3 pt Bale Spear; Snow Blade, 7’, quick attach ~ MORE EARLY CONSIGNMENTS ~ Tractors: JD 4450 FWD, cab, ac/heat, rebuilt Transmission, PTO & FWD, brake pads refurbished, 10,300 hrs.; IH 574 Utility Tractor; Vehicles: 2011 Chevy Impala, 120,735 miles, very good condition, w/title; 1997 Blue Bird School Bus, 139369 miles, 65 passenger, nice condition Planting & Tillage: IH 900 Cyclo Air corn planter, 6 row; IH Disc, 26’; Miller 4 row Cultivator; Forage/Hay: G6000 Ag Bagger 8’, w/200’ cable; NH 900 Chopper w/corn head & 5’ hay head, tandem; Gehl 1000 Chopper, w/2 row corn head & hay head; JD 635 Discbine, 11’6’’, 1000PTO, 31x13.5 tires, one owner; (2) 2008 H&S 18’ HD7+4 Chopper Boxes, very heavy gears, EX condition!; Meyer Forage Wagon; New Idea Side Rake; Manure Equipment: (2) Badger BN230 Manure Tankers, 3000 gal; Grain Equipment: Parker 2000 Gravity Box, 18” side extensions, 315 bu; Kill Bros 475 Grain Cart; General Farm/Misc: Yamaha 600 Snowmobile, 3516 miles; (2) Garage Doors, 10x12, used; Brush hog 3pt side cut; Troy-Built Pony Roto Tiller; Bale Elevator Support; Gas Barrel Stand; Hanson 18’ Posi Trac Silo Unloader, needs new blower housing; 90 Railroad Ties; 15hp Motor, 3 phase; Concrete Manure Pit Agitator; Portable Air Compressor, 3hp; JD Aerator 40

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REG. HOLSTEIN BULLS, exc. type and production. Call Scott Rickeman 320552-0284. 10-TFN-F

BROWN SWISS BULLS, home raised, registered, genomic tested, A2A2 tested, delivery available. Call 563419-2137 or visit www.hilltopacresfarmcalmaria.com 24-TFN-F REGISTERED CALVING EASE HOLSTEIN & ANGUS BULLS, various sizes, delivery avail. Call or text Brian 715-613-9206. 2-TFNF HOLSTEIN AI SPRINGING HFRS. Call 320-3523119. 7-2-F 35 HOLSTEIN & JERSEY COWS, 60 lb. tank avg. Call 320-874-1318. 8-2-F SERVICEABLE AGE BLACK & WHITE & RED & WHITE BULLS, sires Imax, Shottle and Soloman and others, dams EX and VG, over 30,000 milk, 4% test. Call 320-583-6564. 18-TFNF HOLSTEIN BULLS--Great selection from EX and VG high-producing cows, 26,800 RHA, Johnes free. Call Olmar Farms at 507-794-2697 or 507-220-0730. 1-TFN-B 20 HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS, 1st, 2nd, 3rd lactations. Call 563-497-3367. 8-2-F BULLS, 2 yr. old & 1 yr. old, purebred Belted Galloway. Call 608-986-2173 or 920251-3450. 8-1-VM CLOSEUP REGISTERED SPRINGER HEIFERS, due May/June, top AI sires. Call or text 612-865-4691. 5-6-F HOLSTEIN BULLS, red or black, closed herd, Johnes & Leukosis test negative, guaranteed breeders, delivery available. Call 507-9205859. 7-TFN-B HOLSTEIN BULLS, serviceable age, red or black, delivery available, north of Rochester, MN. Call 507732-5930. 8-1-F REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULLS, polled, genomic tested, deep pedigreed high producing cow families. Call 507-820-0452. 22-TFNF ORGANIC SPRINGING HFRS., cows & other cattle of various stages of lactation. Call 507-961-4255. 15-TFNF 40 DAIRY COWS, Holstein, Jersey, low SCC, 35 yrs. of breeding. Call 715-263-2883. 8-1-F

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50-COW JERSEY AND HOLSTEIN HERD, not pushed, DFA herd, take your pick of 40 head. Call 563419-4984. 7-7-F SHOW CALVES, Holstein & Brown Swiss. Call 507276-5202. 1-TFN-F REG. MILKING SHORTHORN BULL POLLED; IH 770 6x16 plow, 15’ Krause disc, Ag Bagger 8x150’; (4) chopper boxes; NH 782 chopper w/824 CH. Call 218-385-3471. 6-TFNF 1-10 REGISTERED HOLSTEIN MILK COWS; also clean up semen, $1/unit. Call 320-583-6564. 23-TFN-F REG. HOLSTEIN BULLS, from three or more generations of EX 30,000 lbs. dams, Brookings, SD. Call 605-690-6393. TFN-F 50 YEARS BREEDING FOR FEET, LEGS, & UDDERS, pick 50 cows from 80, 90+ avg. Call 715-828-8 4757. 16-TFN-F 9 BRED HOLSTEIN HEIFERS to calve in June and July. Call 218-294-6111, ask for Laurie. 6-4-F DAIRY GOAT DOES, out of Hostetler breeding; also breeding bucks available. Call 319-350-5819. 24-TFN-F SERVICEABLE AGE HOLSTEIN BULLS, from great type and production families. Raised on outside lots, good vigor, Glencoe, MN. Call 320-864-6555. 2-TFN-F

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Vermeer 605XL Baler, with net wrap, BAU1803G ..................................................$9550 Vermeer 605 Super J, twine only, 1992 model, BAU1605G.................................. $ 5500 Vermeer 605 SM corn stalk special, BAU1902G...................................................$29,500 Vermeer TE 330 Tedder-2006- HYU1705G ..........................................................$18,950 Vermeer CPX9000, 2014, updated w/new parts, includes liner, HYU1803G........$28,500 New Holland 166 inverter- new belt- HYU1808G ..................................................$2750 Tonutti V10 wheel rake, nice HYU1912G ..............................................................$3750 Haybuster 2650 bale processor, HYU1914G ........................................................$11,000 Haybuster 256 bale processor,HYU2001G, just in .................................................$6,600

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Brent Gravity Wagon, 544, Excellent condition, like new, HYU2003G ...................$10,900 NH 900 pull type chopper, 2 row narrow corn head, very nice, FWU1804G .............$8200 Used 16ft Miller Pro model 5100 forage box, 4 wheel gear, FWU1511G ..................$9500 4100 Miller Pro Silage Box, FWU1513G ...................................................................$3775 E. Hwy. 30, Pipestone, MN Badger BN950 forage box, very nice, FWU1515G ....................................................$4500 E-mail: gorters@iw.net Badger 1055 forage boxes, tandem axle, FWU 1702G .............................................$4500 Balzer 6520L forage box, right hand discharge, FWU1711G ....................................$2500 (507) 825-3271 • www.gortersclayanddairy.com 2) Cobey forage boxes, good heavy gears, (1) w/ JD 1065, FWU1802G & FWU1803G .......................................................................CHOICE / $1950 10 used Boumatic Companion detachers, #U3557554 ..........................................NOW $350 each Used Badger Blower ......................................................................................MAKE OFFER 6 used Boumatic 4400 detachers, with new gaskets & diaphragms, #U3557444 ...........$300 each Farm Hand Road King forage box, FWU2001G.........................................................$1000 Used Suterbilt Vac Pump assy, 10hp w/VFD and motor, complete OTH2001G.......................$5240 Used Mensch 910 Feed pusher, #OTH1801G ..........................................................................CALL MANURE PUMP Used Mensch 1100 side shooter, #OTH1903G .......................................................................$3500 Houle Super Pump, 2005, 6â€?, 8-1/2 ft. trailer pump dual nozzle, MPU2001G ..........$9500 Houle Super Pump, 2004, 6â€? PTO, w/ 2 agitation nozzles, 12ft long, MPU1704 .......$8500 NEW & USED BARN EQUIPMENT Dayton Blower for Manure solids, used 2 months, # 2C799, MEU1601G ........Call for price Used Badger manure auger, with new PVC outer tube, good drive assy., #OTH1706G ............$1060 Used Houle 60â€? cable scraper drive, good shape......................................................$3000 New 8ft. Patz barn cleaner chute for 16â€? gutter, PA16151, retails for $992.00 ..........................$800 8ft x 4â€? electric Houle Agi pump with twin 20HP motors, USED, MPU1501G ..........$ 4300 Patz barn cleaner 12â€? tapered flights, never used, but weathered, 8ft x 4â€? electric Houle Agi pump with 30HP motor, USED, MPU1505G ....................$ 4000 not painted, $18.95 New ................................................................................................. $12.25ea 10ft x 4â€? electric Houle Agi pump with twin 20HP motors , USED, MPU1507G .......$ 4300 New Schuur and Lely cow brushes- In stock .............................................................................CALL 8ft x 4â€? electric Houle Agi pump with no motors set up for twin motors , Used squirrel cage style fan, 42â€? diameter, w/ 3 phase motor ..................................................CALL used, MPU1508G ...................................................................................................$3500 Used WIC model 300 grain cart, #OTH1803G ............................................................................CALL Houle, 1992, 11 ft. Super pump, on trailer, MPU1904G ............................................CALL New 2 bath automated footbath assy, stainless baths & control, ½ priced, never used, #DEN1402G .......................................................................................................$7000 USED MIXERS 3 Used Patz 16-20 ft. Silo unloaders, model 98B, MWU1705G ................................CALL Dayton Air Handler, like new, used only several weeks, 12000 CFM #3C010..................Call for price Oswald D 350 mixer, left side discharge, Digistar scale, MWU1805G .....................$9500 Used Dasilveira headlocks, 22 sections @ 10ft w/ 7 openings for youngstock MFS 480 mixer wagon, Good shape, left side discharge just in, MWU1901G ......$15,500 up to 600lbs, #OTH1902 .........................................................................................................CALL Used Roorda mixer/feed wagon with scale, MWU1704G.........................................CALL MANURE SPREADERS MFS 480 mixer wagon, avg shape, left side discharge, just in MWU2001G.........$15,500 Roorda model 416 manure spreader, single axle, top beater, & endgate, MSU1410G ..............................................................................................................$10,000/OBO NEW & USED DAIRY EQUIPMENT Used Gea UV Pure, calf milk purifier, DEU2001 .......................................................................CALL Used 500 Roorda manure spreader, MSU1801G ...................................................................$9000 Used Knight 8030 side slinger manure spreader, MSU1804G .................................................CALL 1-used Lely A3 Next Robot w/ air compressor, buffer tank, sort gate, M4 use buckets, milk line & sampler, DEU1703G ............................................................................................CALL Used New Holland 195 spreader, top beater, tandem axle, hyd apron, Used Suterbilt 3M vacuum pumps, DEU1802G ...................................................... CALL FOR PRICE beater combs, MSU1805G................................................................................................$12,500 Double 10 Blue Diamond parallel parlor w/SST2 detachers, 3â€? low line, single receiver, New on the Lot jetter trays, curb, gates, 10 HP Suterbilt vac pump, 10 HP Westfalia 2800 vac pump, 20 DeLaval milking units & pulsators, DEU1803G .................................................................CALL Vermeer 604 N Cornstalk Special Baler Vermeer 1428 Rake Vermeer 6050 disc mower, 3 pt. Patz V500 mixer Used Boumatic 3â€? stainless receiver group, receiver w/trap, pump, mounting panel & probes, #DEU1804G ..........................................................................................................................CALL Vermeer TD100 Tedders

Livestock

Livestock - WANTED

- FOR SALE

11 BRED HEIFERS, due mid-Spetember thru November, $750; 4 breeding age heifers, $600, have the info if you want them registered. Call 563-4194984. 6-4-F 40 HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS, half are registered, good milking cows along with showing. Call 920-253-9892. 19-TFN-F MILKING SHORTHORN BULLS, 1) R&W, 1) blackish roan. Call 320968-8709. 19-TFN-F REGISTERED DAIRY COWS, Jersey, Guernsey and Holsteins, selling due to farm injury. Call 608386-2035. 5-TFN-F (10) LARGE HOLSTEIN AI SIRED SPRINGING HFRS., due 1-3 weeks, to sexed, $1,225. Call 715878-4579. 2-TFN-F

ALL CLASSES OF SPRINGER DAIRY COWS. No jockeys. Call 320-760-6050. 20-TFN-F

YOUNG, POLLED BLACK ANGUS BULLS. Call 320-2548400. 7-TFN-F

COMPLETE HERDS OF DAIRY CATTLE; also buying all classes of livestock including cull cows, steers, hfrs. and calves. Call 715-216-1897. 7-TFN-B

WANTING TO BUY SLOW & LAME CATTLE, lump-jaws and bad eyes and all blemished cattle, $200-$600; also, good cull cows and bulls, $600$1,200. Call 612-860-8774 or 651-480-1900. 4-TFNB

BUTCHER COWS, bulls, & fats; also thin, lame, lazy, & lump jaw. Call 320-894-7175. 11-TFN-B LOOKING TO BUY OPENS, BREDS, SPRINGERS, all breeds. Call 320-760-2705. 24-TFN-B WE HAVE BUYERS for tiestall and freestall dairy herds of all qualities and quantities. Also herds for sale at all times, Call 715721-0079. 2-TFN-B

Timed Online Farm Retirement

Hay, Straw, Feed & Bedding - FOR SALE

ALFALFA, MIXED HAY, GRASS HAY & FEED GRADE WHEAT STRAW, med. square or round bales, delivery available. Thief River Falls, MN. Call or text LeRoy Ose 218-689-6675. 10-TFN-B

LOCATION: From Harris, MN, 3.3 miles west on Stark Road which turns into Cty Rd 10, 1 mile north on Cty Rd 60, 1/2 mile east on Bluebird Lane.

AUCTION

OPENS: MONDAY, JUNE 15 / CLOSES: THURSDAY, JUNE 25 | 7PM

2020

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3830 Bluebird Lane, Harris, MN 55032

Milking Equipment • Manure Equipment • Feeding Equipment • Housing • Route Supplies

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Thursday, June 25,

2020

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Tractors

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OR ERIC GABRIELSON AT STEFFES GROUP, 320.693.9371 OR 701.238.2570

Complete terms, lot listings and photos at SteffesGroup.com / Eric Gabrielson MN47-006

Combines, Heads, Windrower, Spray Coupe

Patz 420 Mixer $19,900

1966 John Deere Model 4020 Diesel Tractor, Open Station, Synchro, Differential Lock, Front Side Weights, Fenders, 540/1000 PTO, John Deere Wide Front and 3-Point, 18.4 X 34 Inch Tires, 18.4 X 34 Inch Band Duals, Ser. #SNT213R123539R 18.4 X 34 Inch Band Duals

Gleaner Model M2 Diesel Combine, M3 Updates, New Threshing Chain, Updated Clutch, Straw Chopper, Shows 4425 Hours, Ser. #22820V

Gleaner Model L2 Diesel Corn Soy Bean Special Combine, Ser. #LKS13093 Gleaner Model 630 Six-Row 30 Inch Corn Head, New Gathering Chains and Bearings on Snapper Rolls Gleaner 15-Ft. Bean Head Gleaner 6-Belt Pickup Head Owatonna 270 15-Ft. Self-Propelled Windrower, Draper Head, Ford 6 Cylinder Industrial Water Cooled Engine

Planting & Tillage Equipment John Deere Model 1000 24-Ft. Hyd. Fold Field Cultivator, Walking Tandems on Main Frame, New Shovels and Updated Cylinders Hay Buster H106 Rock-Eze High Bump Rock Picker/Windrower 6 Row 30 Inch Corn Planter with Kinze Seed Units, New Seed Discs, Herbicide Boxes, Bean and Corn Cups, Dry Fertilizer Melroe/Lilliston Model 244 12-Ft. Double Disc End Wheel Grain Drill, Hyd Lift White 12-Ft. 11 Shank Pull-Type Chisel Plow Melroe Model 911 5 X 18 Spring Reset Pull-Type Plow, Coulters Midland 16-Ft. Hyd. Fold Tandem Disc, Dual Wheels IH Model 45 16-Ft. Vibra Shank Field Cultivator with Harrow John Deere 3-Point 4-Row 30 Inch Cultivator Steinmann Chain Type Pull-Type Rock Picker Shop Built 12-Ft. Single Section Packer

1954 Allis Chalmers WD45 COMBINE & HEAD 1981 John Deere 4420 combine, 3,684 hrs. -RKQ 'HHUH Ćƒ H[ KHDG DRILL John Deere 8300 drill TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 'DNRQ Ć‚ HOG FXOWLYDWRU IHC 480 disc IHC 520 plow ,+& URZ FURS FXOWLYDWRU GRAVITY BOXES (] 7UDLO JUDYLW\ ER[ )ORZ (] JUDYLW\ ER[

NOTE: The Hammonds have farmed on this farm since 1974 and now have decided to fully transition into retirement. Darald and Carol are well known in this area as generous hard working people who are admired for their kind and caring nature. Mid-American Auction Co. is very pleased to be selected to conduct their farm retirement auction. Please note that only listed items will sell so please plan on prompt attendance. Online bidding provided through Proxibid along with live, absentee and phone bidding with preapproval. If you are planning on attending in person, please practice social distancing and other recommended practices to ensure everyone’s safety. Prior inspection welcome by appointment. Thank you!

John Deere Model 2750 MFWD Diesel Tractor, Open Station with Factory Canopy, 3-Point, Dual Hydraulics, 540/1000 PTO, 15.5 X 38 Rear Rubber, Newer 13.6 X 24 Inch Front Rubber, Shuttle Transmission, Shows 6839 Hours, Sells with John Deere Model 245 All Hydraulic Quick Tach Loader, Grille Guard, 6-Ft. Utility Bucket, HD Harms 7-Ft. Snow Bucket, Shop Built Loader Mount Rock Roller, Joy Stick Controls, Loader hydraulics is plumbed into tractor to allow use of rear remotes, (Nice Unit) Loader Mount Rock Bucket, ďŹ ts JD 245 Loader

1976 White Model 2-105 Diesel Tractor, Cab, Dual Hydraulics, Heat, 3-Point, 18.4 X 38 Inch Tires, 18.4 X 38 Inch Hub Duals, 4 Front Weights, Ser. #264547406, Unknown Hours

SALE TIME: 11:00 A.M.

PREVIEW: BY APPOINTMENT LOADOUT: BY APPOINTMENT AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Gary & Deborah farmed together for over 40 years. All equipment is shedded and can remain shedded until pick-up. Most equipment was purchased new. Skid loader on site for loading. Gary is looking forward to continuing with his woodworking after retiring from farming. TRACTORS 2013 John Deere 5085M MFWD, 1,278 hrs. John Deere 4430 wide front, 154 hrs.

Livestock Equipment 1952 John Deere Model A Tractor, Roll-OMatic, Engine Overhauled, Good Metal, One New Rear 13.6 X 38 Inch Rear Tire

Melroe 115 Spray Coupe, Cab, 200 Gallon Poly Tank, 60-Ft. Booms, Foam Markers

Generator & Misc. Items

Mower Conditioner, Snowblower, Gravity Boxes & General Farm Machinery New Idea Model 5209 9-Ft.. Disc Style Mower Conditioner Killbros Model 350 Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on John Deere Model 1065 Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext. Pole Killbros Model 350 Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on Westendorf Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext. Pole 250 Bushel Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on H.D. Westendorf FourWheel Wagon

Good Automatic Self-Locking Head Gate (3) Fencing Feeder Panels Several 9 & 10 Ft. Interlocking Corral Panels Several Farm Gates

MN 250 Gravity Box with Wooden Extensions on MN 8 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext. Pole 6 Inch X 40 Ft. PTO Auger 6 Inch X 30 Ft. PTO Auger Brady 12-Ft. Stalk Chopper 8 X 16 Ft. Steel Bale Throw Rack on FourWheel Wagon Allis Chalmers PTO Side Rake 4-Wheel Trailer made from School Bus Frame

Winco 15,000 Watt PTO Generator on Transport 3-Point Post Hole Digger House Jack 500 Gallon Fuel Barrel with Gas Boy Electric Meter Pump Nickel Trimmed Wood Heater Drag Sections for ATV (6) 5 X 6 X 14 Ft. Posts (5) 5 X 6 X 12 Treated Posts 200 Gallon Poly Tank ž Inch Socket Set Implement Tires and Rims (2) John Deere Tool Boxes Plus Other Miscellaneous Items

DARALD & CAROL HAMMOND,

OWNERS

11851 400TH STREET, EAGLE BEND, MN | PH. 218-924-4281

MID-AMERICAN AUCTION CO., INC.

COLS. AL WESSEL - LIC. NO. 77-60

PH. 320-547-2206 (Sale Day: 320-760-2979)

KEVIN WINTER - LIC. NO. 77-18

PH. 320-352-3803 (Sale Day: 320-760-1593), AUCTIONEERS

TERMS: CASH or GOOD CHECK. No credit or debit cards. If credit is desired, make arrangements with your credit agent prior to sale. Out of area buyers please have letter of credit. Purchases in excess of $5,000 must be accompanied with a bank letter of credit. Titles on all titled items will be processed once checks have cleared purchaser’s bank. Everything sold as is, no warranties given or implied. Nothing removed until settlement has been made. While we believe everything stated hereon to be correct as to age and description, anything stated day of sale by owners or auctioneers will take precedence over all printed materials. Owners, auctioneers, clerks or their helpers are not responsible for accidents. All information stated hereon is provided by the owner, MidAmerican Auction Co., Inc. makes no warranty as to its accuracy.

MID-AMERICAN AUCTION COMPANY, INC. Celebrating 49 Years of Professional Service with Proven Experience

www.midamericanauctioninc.com

New Anderson RB200 Bale Wrapper - $7,330

JD 946 MoCo clean 2013 model, stored in shed last 3 years $17,900

Vermeer 604SM Baler, 7,000 bales $17,900

8118 Knight Slinger .........................................$8,900 Used McCormick CX50 4x4 w/ldr., only 1200 hrs., clean trade .........................$16,950 Hesston 4755 Square Baler, 48,000 bales, final bale eject .............................................. $15,900 New Demo unit Kuhn Knight SLC132 spreader - $43,930 Kuhn 2285 silage baler, 4x6 bale, New Demo Unit Kuhn Knight SLC126T spreader - $37,930 new .........................................CASH DEAL $28,900 Kuhn Knight SR112GII Speed Rake .................. Call Gravity box with fertilizer auger .................$2,950 Branson 25 HP Hydro 4x4 w 60� mower and quick attach loader and bucket, Spring special ............................................... $15,950 Vermeer RR140 Bale Grabber, heavy duty ..............................$2,350 rotary rake - $8,830 JD 582, Silage Special JD 2700 11 shank Ripper, soil management system ..... Reduced $12,900 round baler Est. 1990 $11,900 50x200 bunker cover ..........................................$329

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Hay, Straw, Feed & Bedding - FOR SALE

5000 BU. OF CERTIFIED ORGANIC CORN. Call 320-2900367. 7-TFN-F

DRY SAWDUST, $950 per 100 yard load with free delivery within 35 miles, variety of product to meet your needs. Call 320-7608060. 5-6-P ANIMAL BEDDING: Clean/dry, sold by the truckload. Delivered on walking oor trailers. Approximately 110 yds. per trailer. Call Cathy Skwira at Woodcraft Industries for information 320-6562314. 8-6-B CERTIFIED ORGANIC ALFALFA, wrapped in 8 layers of lm, 3x3x6 bales, RFQ 140-280, Springeld, SD. Call ERNmore Organics 605-286-3873 or 605-999-2010 or 605-2511143. 8-2-B

Help Wanted

CERTIFIED ORGANIC DRY HAY & BALEAGE in round bales, all lots tested, selling baleage on a dry matter basis, low potassium also avail. Call 563-586-2231. 22-TFN-B OPEN POLLINATED SEED CORN, out produces hybrids for silage, $67/ bu. plus shipping, leafy, sweet stalks, highly nutritious grain. Call 217-8573377. 7-3-VM STRAW, NET WRAPPED ROUND BALES & BIG SQUARES, clean, dry, stored inside, delivery available. Call 320-8088336. 15-TFN-F TOP QUALITY HAY, dairy and heifer, delivered by the semi-load from SD. Call Jerry Haensel 605321-9237 (c). 15-TFN-B

50-COW DAIRY LOOKING FOR KNOWLEDGEABLE PERSON for farm work; must know equipment and cows. Call 715-662-5053. 23-TFN-F

HERDSMAN FOR 1800 COW DAIRY, Central, MN, benets offered, hourly wage based on experience. Call 320-2930448. 14-TFN-F

RELIABLE PERSON TO ASSIST W/MILKING DUTIES on 180-cow parlor/freestall, morning & evening. Call Battist Farms Inc., Waterloo, WI 920648-2104. 2-TFN-F

HERDSMAN FOR 400 COW DAIRY, NW, MN, competitive wage. Call 218-686-0427. 7-4-F 1900 COW DAIRY looking for bilingual parlor manager. Call 507-9515597. 8-TFN-F

TOOTHSOME Feed quality fit for a king! Discover KP Rolls that crank out the goods. Good feed. Good money.

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Rescheduled Huge, Henning, MN Area

– RANCH RETIREMENT –

As we have decided to fully retire from farming, we will sell the following at auction located ½ mile west of Henning, MN on MN State Highway 210, then 2 miles south on County Road #65, then 1/10th mile east on County 134, then ½ mile south on Sidewinder Road to Farm #21448. Follow the Mid-American Auction Co. signs; roads will be plainly marked.

SATURDAY, JUNE 20, Tractors 1984 John Deere Model 4650 MFWD Diesel Tractor, Sound Guard Cab, Power Shift, 18.4R X 42 Inch Rear Rubber, Hub Duals, 18.4 X 25 Inch Front Rubber, 3-Point, Triple Hydraulic Remotes, 1000 PTO, 13 Front Suitcase Weights, Inside Rear Wheel Weights, Quick Hitch, Shows 7000 Hours with Approx. 1000 Hours on Engine Overhaul, Ser. #RW4650P009467, (Nice Condition) 2003 Case IH Model JX90U MFWD Diesel Tractor, Dual Door Cab, Air, Heat, Radio, 18.4 X 34 Inch Rear Tires, 380-70R-24 Inch Front Tires, Front Fenders, Dual Hydraulics, 540/1000 PTO, PS/Sync Transmission, LH Reverser, Shows 2937 Hours, One Owner, Ser. #001281307, (Excellent Condition) 1998 John Deere Model 6410 MFWD Diesel Tractor, Comfort Guard Dual Door Cab, 18.4 X 34 Inch Rear Rubber, Front Fenders, Quad, LH Reverser, Side Bank with Joy Stick Controls, Dual Hydraulics with Power Beyond, 540/ 1000 PTO, Sells Complete with John Deere Model 640 All Hydraulic Quick Tach Loader, 7-Ft. Bucket with 4 Tine Hydraulic Grapple, One Owner, Shows 5077 Hours, Ser. #LOTEG33212030, (Nice Unit) 1975 IH Model 966 Diesel Tractor, Factory Cab, Rock Box, Near New 18.4 X 34 Inch Rear Tires, Hub Duals, Mechanical Diode TA, 3-Point, Dual Hydraulics, 540/ 1000 PTO, Shows 5897 Hours with Approx. 1000 Hours on Engine Overhaul, Ser. #2510187U029133, (Very Nice Condition)

Planting & Tillage Equipment John Deere Model 2210 22-Ft. Hyd. Fold Field Cultivator, Knock-Off Shovels with Tool, 3 Bar Harrow, Walking Tandems, Extra Shovels, One Owner, Ser. #L000527 John Deere Model 635 20-Ft. Hyd. Fold Cushion Gang Tandem Disc, Dual Wheels, Down Pressure, 3 Bar Harrow, Ser. #635X000365, (Nice Condition) Wilrich Model R-220 14-Ft. Cushion Gang Off-Set Disc, One Owner, (Nice Condition) John Deere Model 610 17 Shank Disc Chisel John Deere Model 450 13-Ft. End Wheel Drill, Grass Seeder, 6 Inch Spacings, Hydraulic Cylinder, (Nice Condition) John Deere Model 700 4RW Corn Planter, Dry Fertilizer, Bean Cups, Newer Fertilizer Augers, Monitor White Model 508 Variable Width 5-Bottom Semi-Mount Spring Reset Plow, Coulters, New Lays Melroe Model 453 36-Ft. Multi-Weeder Melroe 40-Ft. Harrow on Fold-Back Cart John Deere Model 825 4-Row Wide Danish Tooth 3-Point Cultivator

Grinder Mixer, Manure Spreader, & General Farm Machinery New Holland Model 355 Grinder Mixer, Folding Auger, Magnet, Extra Screens, (Nice Condition) Gehl Model 1287 Tandem Axle Manure Spreader, Poly Floor, Upper Beater, Hyd. Endgate, One Owner, Ser. #5668, (Good Condition)

Crowding Tub, Scale, Feed Wagons & Good Livestock Equipment

Real-Tuff Portable Crowding Tub and Chute, Full Squeeze Chute, Palp Cage, SelfLocking Head Gate, Adjustable Crowding Alley, Tub, on Transport Wheels, (Nice Unit) 16-Ft. Portable Loading Alley Heavy-Duty Calving Pen with Self-Locking Head Gate and Crowding Gate on Skids Ark-Felt Portable Livestock Scale, Beam with Dial Read-Out Harms Built 30-Ft. Tricycle Front Bunk Feeder Wagon 20-Ft. Notch Tricycle Front Bunk Feeder Wagon 20-Ft. H&S Tricycle Front Bunk Feeder Wagon 250 Bushel +/Bottom Unload Bulk Feed Bin with Auger

New Idea Model 324 Two-Row Wide Corn Picker, (Jim is the Second Owner) John Deere Model 27 14-Ft. Stalk Chopper, 4 Carrier Wheels Killbros Model 375 Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on John Deere 1065 FourWheel Wagon, Flotation Tires, Ext. Pole MN Model 250 Gravity Box with Wooden Extensions on MN 8 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext. Pole 200 Bushel +/- Gravity Box on Factory Four-Wheel Wagon Lorenz 7-Ft. Double Auger 3-Point Snowblower, Hydraulic Spout Owatonna Model 205 40-Ft. Crop Elevator, Truck Hopper, Down Spout 8 Inch X 30 Ft. Hutchinson PTO Auger 6 Inch X 30 Ft. Hutchinson PTO Auger Shop Built 3-Point 75 Gallon Boomless Sprayer with Hand Wand Rhino 3-Point Post Hole Auger with 12 Inch Auger, One Owner 3-Point Post Hole Auger with 8 Inch Auger

4-Wheel Shop Built Gate Trailer with Several Interlocking Gates (10) Hi-Qual 10-Ft. Interlocking Corral Panels, (1) 10-Ft. Hi-Qual Corral Panel with Walk-Through Gate Several Interlocking Corral Panels, Includes 12-Ft. Hi-Qual 21 Ft. X 11.5 Ft. Portable Calf Shelter on Skids (2) Approx. 200 Bushel Calf Creep feeders on Transports with Double TipDown Sides (2) Rangeland 20-Ft. Metal Feed Bunks (2) Shop Built 10-Ft. Metal Feed Bunks (2) Shop Built 6-Ft. Metal Feed Bunks Remote Barn Camera System with TV Monitor Zareba 15 Jewel Electric Fencer Pistol Grip Syringes Taggers Calf Puller OB Chains Tattoo Kit

Fuel Barrels, Tools & Miscellaneous Items

1981 John Deere Model 2320 SelfPropelled Gas Windrower, Cab, Air, Heat, Has 18-Ft. Draper Head with Bat Reel and 12-Ft. Draper Head with Conditioner, Ser. # 554262, (Nice Condition)

1000 Gallon Fuel Barrel with Gas Boy Electric Meter Pump 500 Gallon Fuel Barrel with Gas Boy Electric Meter Pump Several Good 9L X 15 & 9L X 14 Inch Tires and Rims 4 Inch X 10 Ft. Auger and Electric Motor Misc. Jacks Misc. Tools (3) Wire Corn Cribs with Roofs from 1000 to 1500 Bushel Shop Built PTO Saw Rig

18.4 X 30 Tire Chains 18.4 X 34 Inch Tire Chains Several New and Used 11L X 15 Tires and Rims Handyman Jack 20 Ton Hyd. Jack Open and Box End Wrenches, up to 1.25 Inches (2) Older Table Saws Log Chains Sets of Good 18.4 X 34 and 18.4 X 30 Inch Tractor Chains 110V-220V Gas Powered Generator

LOST ACRES FARM JIM & JOANN REINEKE,

MID -AMERICAN AUCTION CO., INC.

COLS:

2020

NOTE: Jim and JoAnn have successfully ranched on this ranch for 51 years, now due to Jim’s health they have decided to fully retire and sell their farm equipment and ranch supplies at auction. Mid-American Auction Co. is very pleased to be selected to conduct the Reineke’s ranch retirement auction. Jim and JoAnn have been involved in the beef industry for many years producing Black Angus seedstock and superior market topping feeder cattle. They are well known in the area as good friends and neighbors and for the way they maintained their livestock and farm equipment. All major pieces have been shedded with several pieces purchased new from local dealers. Manuals available on nearly every piece of equipment. We will begin with a few miscellaneous items, then livestock equipment, farm machinery, trucks, trailers, and tractors. Please plan on prompt attendance as we will begin on time. We encourage you to participate online, or with pre-approval by absentee bidder form or phone on major items. Online bidding provided by Proxibid. For tutorials on registration and online participation, please go to www.midamericanauctioninc.com. However, if you are planning on attending the auction in person you must adhere to strict social distancing guidelines and follow suggested practices to ensure the safety of everyone. Prior inspection welcome by appointment. Phone Jim at (218) 583-2243. If you enjoy good clean ranch retirement auctions with a wide variety of good clean items, please mark this date on your calendar and make plans to participate in the Reineke ranch retirement auction. Thank you!

John Deere Combine, Windrower & Heads 1987 John Deere Model 6620 Titan II Hydro Diesel Combine, Chopper, 24.5 X 32 Inch Drivers, (Jim purchased this combine from the original owner. Always shedded. Shows just 2462 pre-harvest hours, Very Clean Combine), Ser. #H06620X620637 John Deere Model 918 Bean Head, Poly Snouts, Hyd. Fore and Aft, Ser. #H00918F660644, (Nice Condition) John Deere 444 4RW Corn Head John Deere 5 Belt Pickup Head, Ser. #228411, (Nice Condition) Good Two-Wheel Shop Built Header Trailer with Light Kit Shop Built Swather Trailer

717.354.5040 | New Holland, PA

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AL WESSEL - LIC. NO. 77-60

PH. 320-547-2206 (Sale Day: 320-760-2979)

KEVIN WINTER -

LIC. NO. 77-18

PH. 320-352-3803 (Sale Day: 320-760-1593), AUCTIONEERS

OWNERS

TERMS: CASH or GOOD CHECK. No credit or debit cards. If credit is desired, make arrangements with your credit agent prior to sale. Out of area buyers please have letter of credit. Purchases in excess of $5,000 must be accompanied with a bank letter of credit. Titles on all titled items will be processed once checks have cleared purchaser’s bank. Everything sold as is, no warranties given or implied. Nothing removed until settlement has been made. While we believe everything stated hereon to be correct as to age and description, anything stated day of sale by owners or auctioneers will take precedence over all printed materials. Owners, auctioneers, clerks or their helpers are not responsible for accidents. All information stated hereon is provided by the owner, Mid-American Auction Co., Inc. makes no warranty as to its accuracy.

Alum u m Stock Tin rail Trucks er,

SALE TIME: 10:30 A.M. Boser’s Lunch Wagon

Hay & Forage Equipment Gehl Model 2480 Twine Tie Round Baler, Variable Open Throat, Auto Electric Tie, Crowding Wheels, Bale Push Off, One Owner, Ser. #26990, (Nice Condition) John Deere Model 735 11.5-Ft. Hydra Swing Disc Style Mower Conditioner, Yoke Hitch, 7 Turtles, One Owner, (Nice Condition) Gehl Model 420 10-Wheel V Rake on Hydraulic Cart New Holland Model 790 Forage Harvester with New Holland 824 Two-Row Low Profile Adjustable Corn Head, New Holland 5-Ft. Hay Head, Ser. #759398, (Nice Condition) John Deere 714A 14-Ft. Forage Box on JD 1065 Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext. Pole, (Nice Condition) 8 X 25 Ft. Wooden Bale Rack on MN 10 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext Pole 8 Ft. X 20 Ft. Wooden Bale Rack with Bale Stops on Shop Built Four-Wheel Wagon 16-Ft. Wooden Flat Rack on MN 7 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon Lorenz 13-Ft. Forage Box with Bunk Extension on John Deere 1065 FourWheel Wagon, Ext. Pole (2) Rear Unloading Power Boxes on Four-Wheel Wagons Shop Built 3-Point Bale Spear MN 7 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon with Older Wooden Flat Rack

Aluminum Livestock Trailer, Trucks, Snowmobile 2000 Four Star 7 Ft. X 24 Ft. Tandem Axle Aluminum 5th Wheel Stock Trailer, Poly Vent Inserts, 7-Ft. High Interior, Center Gate with Slider, Full Rear Endgate with Slider, Spare Tire and Rim, (Nice Condition) 1995 Ford 350 One Ton XL FourWheel Drive Pickup, Single Rear Wheels, Lock-Outs, Gas V8, Long Box, Regular Cab, 5th Wheel Ball, Electric Brake Control, Shows 103,000 Miles 1960 Chev C60 Two-Ton Truck, 13-Ft. Wood Grain Box and Hoist, 6 Cylinder Gas, 4 Speed Westfield 6 Inch X 14 Ft. Folding Hyd. Drill Fill Auger 1973 Polaris SS 340 Colt Snowmobile, Air Cooled, One Owner

21448 Sidewinder Road, Henning, Minnesota Ph. (218) 583-2243

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Real Estate - WANTED

LOOKING TO RENT A BARN TO MILK 60 COWS, would purchase farm on contract for deed. Land base would be nice, have equipment and cattle. Call 715-492-6010. 5-6-F DAIRY FARM to milk 100 cows, parlor, freestall or nice tiestall, looking for long-term lease. Call 715326-3086. 15-TFN-F

Services

CUSTOM HEIFER RAISER has openings

to raise your heifers. We offer freestall facilities, all TMR fed, $2.35/day from weaned to pre-fresh. Call Ben for more details 715495-0481. 7-2-VM

Miscellaneous - WANTED

JD 5830 SP CHOPPER, must be in good shape. Call 507-450-6115. 8-3-F 13.6X38 REAR TRACTOR TIRE. Call 715-3140977. 13-TFN-F SMALL BALE ACCUMULATOR & GRABBER for skid loader, for small square bales. Call 320-630-7559. 8-1-F

OLD HEATING FUEL AND DIESEL, can pump from basement. Call 320424-2005. 5-TFN-F VALMETAL HI-MOISTURE CORN UNLOADER for 20’ Harvestore; also stationary roller mill. Call 641-982-4968. 8-1-F 8’ LIQ. MANURE PUMP, good cond.; 5,0006,000 gal. liquid tank, good cond. Colesburg, IA. Call 563-590-8162. 7-2-F

GOOD USED CONCRETE FEEDING JBUNKS. Call 320-2479543. 8-1-F (40) 4X6 RUBBER STALL MATS. Call 320390-2164. 7-3-F SPRING TEETH for IHC C cultivator; wheel hub for IHC 56 corn planter, right side. Call 715-822-2678. 14-TFN-F JD 643 CORN HEAD; Case IH 530C shank ripper. Call 320-859-4141. 8-1-F LOOKING FOR PRIVATE LENDER, class A farmland offered as security. Call 320-304-0018. 8-TFN-F JD 7000 6 OR 8 ROW PLANTER & 6620 or 7720 combine. Call 320760-6050. 22-TFN-F

LARGE, GREY EAGLE, MN –OUTSTANDING REGISTERED HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE & EQUIPMENT

AUCTION

As we have decided to discontinue the dairy portion of our dairy farming operation, we will sell the following at auction located 1.3 miles northwest of Grey Eagle, MN or 12¾ mile southeast of Long Prairie, MN on MN State Highway #287, then ¼ mile west on County Tar #6 to Farm #28880. Follow the Mid-American Auction Co. signs; roads will be plainly marked.

TUESDAY, JUNE 16TH, 2020 • 10:30 A.M.

CHAR’S LUNCH WAGON

126 HEAD OF OUTSTANDING OFFICIAL DHIA REGISTERED HOLSTEINS WILL SELL UNDER COVER

INCLUDES: (65) Fancy, Young, Extremely Well Uddered Cows, Bred Heifers, & Open Heifers ALSO: TMR Mixer, New Grooming Chute, Bulk Bins, Barn Cleaner & Livestock Equipment, Skid Loader Attachments, Grain Cleaner & Select Farm Machinery FOR COMPLETE LISTING AND CATALOG SEE: www.midamericanauctioninc.com or the May 23 issue of Dairy Star

ROHDE DAIRY JEFF & KORINNA ROHDE, OWNERS

28880 COUNTY ROAD 6, GREY EAGLE, MN Phone: Jeff (320) 304-3608, Korinna (320) 219-0866, For best results please phone evenings

FARM BULK MILK COOLERS, all sizes. Call 319-330-2286. 10-24-P SAND SHOOTER & SAND RAKE. Call 563380-9267. 8-1-F LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO TAKE DOWN OLD WINDMILL. Call 608-323-3187. 8-3-F JD SOYBEAN HEAD, 620F or 625F. Call 320248-7954. 7-TFN-F PALLET FORK & BALE FORK for quick tach skid loader. Call 320444-4270. 6-TFN-F (200) 40’ JAMESWAY OR BADGER BARN CLEANER CHAIN. Call 605-868-2902. 7-3-F

Miscellaneous - FOR SALE

‘93 4X4 CHEVY PICKUP; ‘07 Dodge 4-door 4x4 pickup. Call 320250-4600, leave message. 10-TFN-F

MUELLER 3000 GAL. BULK TANK, new washer, newer agitators, $9,500; Blue Diamond double-8 parallel parlor w/Boumatic takeoffs, best offer, will separate. Call 507-8292730. 6-4-F ALFA-DELAVAL LATE MODEL BULK TANK, 1,250 gal., complete as new, MN. Call 480-3138460. 5-TFN-F HAY RACK, platforms on side, 9x18’, $2,500; 5 ton feed bin; Kewanee elevator, 56’, pto lift. Call 320247-2657. 7-TFN-F CIH 8360, CENTER PIVOT HAYBINE; IH 35 hyd. driven rake, A-1. Call 563-929-0278. 8-1-F

‘08 35 TON SEMI TRAILER, beaver tail & ramps, 51’ total length. Call 320-760-6942. 12-TFN-F

ALLIS CHALMERS WD TRACTOR, 12 volt ignition, good tin, VG rubber, $1,200. Call 320-6307559. 24-TFN-F NH 900, 824 CH & HH, lots of recent work, asking $5,500. Call 507-9231549. 8-1-F 26’ PATZ CONVEYOR w/motor, $1,200. Call 952466-5606. 8-1-F JD 2700 PLOW, semi mounted. Call 320-5101055. 13-TFN-F MUELLER 1500 & 2,000 GAL. MILK TANKS; Mueller 80 gal. fre-heater. Call 320-262-6874. 8-1-F IH 5488, 2WD, $14,000. Call 320-241-0061. 8-1-F

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Who do you call?

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It’s chore time, you throw the power switch and nothing happens.

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An electrician will not climb up there or be out in a timely manner.

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Miscellaneous - FOR SALE

BULK TANK AND MISC. MILKING EQUIPMENT. Call 218639-5204. 6-10-F

PATZ 270 STATIONARY MIXER; NH 1441 discbine; Goliath 20’ unloader; Wic electric bale chopper; NH 40 silage blower. Call 507-3274433. 7-2-B LUCKNOW 285 STATIONARY TMR, digital scales, nice, $2,220. Call 608-348-3047. 7-2-F AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, born April 16, ready June 16, tails docked, dew claws removed, will have 1st shots, $350. Call 507-259-5173. 7-TFN-F POLY CALF HUTCHES; NH 892 chopper, 7’ HH, $1,000. Call 715-6411763. 23-TFN-F (2) MALE BORDER COLLIE PUPS, ready May 10, working parents on site, $500. Call 608304-6046. 5-4-F 80 GAL. MUELLER FRE-HEATER, new in 2015. Call 320-492-3944. 8-1-F JD 3955 CHOPPER w/7’ HH; CIH 600 silage blower. Call 715-896-2739. 7-2-VM NH 29P HAY PICKUP HEAD off FP240, new cam, rollers, bearings and nger guides, all good teeth and bands, auger dinged up, works great, $3,200. Call 608-4152401. 8-2-P NH 790 CHOPPER w/ hay head & NH 116 14’ hydra-swing haybine. Call 218-639-1103. 5-TFN-F

IH 1466, recent eng. work, runs strong, $7,500; Knight 8114 spdr., working shape, $4,000. Call 507-251-7486, 8-1-F

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GEHL 1275 FORAGE HARVESTER w/3R CH, 7-1/2’ HH 7 processor, $12,500/obo. Call 715559-6346. 5-TFN-F S. HOULE SR15 ROCK WINDROWER; Summers rock picker, both like new; also certied organic hay. Call 218-587-4672. 18-TFN-F

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‘07 NH BB940A BALER, auto applicator, tandem, packer cutter, 40,000 bales, well maintained, $22,500. Call 715-4568277. 2-TFN-F

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HANSON 24’ SILO UNLOADER, $3,000; 25’ Harvestore unloader, $9,000; Freudenthal freestalls & water beds. Call 507-951-6509. 16-TFN-F NH BR770 ROUND BALER, crop cutter; Case 2188 combine, RWA. Call 218-841-8723. 24-TFN-F PSI POWER WASHERS, Power Washers Hot/ Cold, Cabinet Parts Washers, Chemicals, Presoaks, Degreasers, Large Parts Inventory Shipped Same Day, On Site Service. Industrial, Commercial, Farm, Sales, Repair, and Rental. “The Guys That Work Great Under Pressure” 1-800-555-1677. Serving you from 3 locations: West Central MN Region – Pennock, MN Location SW MN Region – Wilmont, MN Location NW IA Region – Harrisburg, SD Location & Wilmont, MN Location SE SD Region – Harrisburg, SD Location. 23-TFN-B

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507-879-3593 / 800-821-7092 Box 116, Lake Wilson, MN 56151

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South Central College is seeking Full-Time Farm Business Management Faculty based in the Fairfax region. The primary instructional delivery method FBM instructors utilize individualized instruction at the student’s business. Instructors meet with the students on a regular basis to evaluate the business and develop individual educational plans. FBM Instructors are responsible for selling credit courses to existing and new customers. Through increased sales, the instructor has increased earning potential above the guaranteed base salary. Please apply at http://www.southcentral.edu/HR by June 21, 2020.

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Rescheduled Large, Brainerd, MN Area ~ FARM ESTATE ~

To assist in the settlement of the estate, the following will be sold at auction located from the eastern edge of Brainerd, MN (intersection of MN State #25 and MN State #18) 2.5 miles east on MN State #18, then 1 mile north on County Tar #25 to Farm #14514. Follow the Mid-American Auction Co. signs; roads will be plainly marked.

SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 2020 NOTE: Dave was well known in this area as a good friend and neighbor. He farmed and raised beef cattle on this farm for 30 years and thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of farming. Mid American Auction Co. is very pleased to be selected by the Levig family to conduct this large estate auction. We will begin with a few miscellaneous items, followed by livestock equipment, farm machinery, then tractors. Online bidding provided through Proxibid along with live, phone and absentee bidding with pre-approval. If attending in person, we ask that you practice strict social distancing and other recommended practices. Prior inspection welcome by appointment beginning Monday, June 22nd please phone Barry at (320) 290-7990. If you enjoy large auctions with a wide variety of interesting items, please mark this date on your calendar and make plans now to attend. Thank you!

Tractors Ford Model TW-30 MFWD Diesel Tractor, Cab, Air, Heat, Good 520/85R/38 Inch Firestone Rear Tires, Hub Duals, 13.6 X 28 Front Tires, 8 Speed, Under Frame Front Weights, 3-Point, 540/ 1000 PTO, Recent Updates, Shows 7864 Hours 1973 John Deere Model 4030 Diesel Tractor, SG Cab, 3-Point, Dual Hydraulics, 16.9 X 38 Inch Rubber, 540/ 1000 PTO, Quad, Ser. #4030SH003600, Unknown Hours 1977 IH Model 986 Diesel Tractor, Cab,Good Mitas 18.4 X 38 Inch Rear Rubber, Hub Duals, 540/ 1000 PTO, 3-Point, Dual Hydraulics, Unknown Hours, Ser. #25100189U12761 1998 New Holland Model 4630 Turbo Diesel Utility Tractor, Shuttle Transmission, Sells Complete with Allied 395 Quick Tach Loader, 5-Ft. Utility Bucket and Bale Spear, Shows 2658 Hours, Ser. #0948830B Ford Model 4610 Turbo Diesel Utility Tractor, Shuttle Transmission, 13.6 X 28 Inch Rear Tires, 3-Point, Dual Hydraulics, Canopy, 540 PTO, Ser. #BD97046 Case/ David Brown Model 1370 Agri King Diesel Tractor, Cab, Rock Box, 18.4 X 38 Rear Tires, Dual Hydraulics, 1000 PTO, 3-Point, Shows 5185 Hours Ford Model 3910 Diesel Utility Tractor, ROPS with Canopy, 3-Point, Dual Hydraulics, Shows 3800 Hours, Ser. #BB38850 1956 John Deere Model 520 Two Cylinder Tractor, Power Steering, Nice Metal, Live Power, Ser. #5201343

Hay & Forage Equipment 2004 New Holland Model BR740 Silage Special Twine Tie Round Baler, ExtraSweep Pickup, Push-Off, Monitor, Always Shedded, Ser. #49394, (Nice Condition) 2012 New Holland Model H7230 10-Ft. Mow Max Discbine, 8 Turtles, One Owner, Always Shedded, Ser. #YBN089718, (Nice Condition) John Deere Model 327 Square Baler with Chute Hodg-Bilt 8-Wheel V Rake on Hydraulic Cart New Holland Model 166 Windrow Inverter with Hydraulic Belt Apron 8 Ft. X 20 Ft. Wooden Flat Rack on John Deere Four-Wheel Wagon, Ext. Pole 8 Ft. X 20 Ft. Wooden Flat Rack on Lorenz Heavy-Duty Four-Wheel Wagon 8 Ft. X 20 Ft. Wooden Flat Rack on MN 8 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon 8 Ft. X 17 Ft. Wooden Flat Rack on John Deere Four-Wheel Wagon 8 Ft. X 16 Ft. Wooden Flat Rack on John Deere Four-Wheel Wagon 7 Ft. X 16 Ft. Wooden Flat Rack on MN Four-Wheel Wagon Allied 24-Ft. Bale Elevator on Transport with Electric Motor

Wheel Loaders & Skid Loader Owatonna/ Mustang Model 880 Wheel Loader, Perkins Diesel, Cab, 7-Ft. Uni-Tool 4-in-One Bucket, Ser. #2549-F Case Model W5 Wheel Loader, Diesel Engine, Open Station, 2 Tine Bale Spear, Ser. #8208109 Rounder L700 Hydrostatic Compact Skid Loader, Onan Performer 18XSL Gas Engine, Manure, Material and Hydraulic Grapple Bucket

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Combines, Windrower, Heads 1983 John Deere Model 6620 Turbo Hydro Diesel Combine, Straw Chopper, New Rasp Bars, Ser. #6620X552401, (Nice Running Condition) 1972 John Deere Model 4400 Gas Combine, Gear Drive, Cab, Shows 2759 Hours, Ser. #007594H, (Nice Condition) 1988 CIH Model 4000 SelfPropelled Windrower, 6 Cylinder Gas, Hydrostatic, 12-Ft. Draper Head, Ser. #JAG0372352 John Deere 444 Four-Row Wide Corn Head, (Nice Condition) John Deere 5 Belt Pickup Head

SALE TIME: 10:30 A.M. Boser’s Lunch Wagon

Planting, Tillage & Spraying Equipment

Livestock Trailer, Storage Vans & Trucks

Ford Model 242 20-Ft. Cushion Gang Hydraulic Fold Disc, Dual Wheels, Singles on Wings IH Model 510 12 Ft. End Wheel Drill, 6 Inch Spacings, Hydraulic Lift, Grass Seeder John Deere Model 7000 4RW Corn Picker, Dry Fertilizer, Monitor Melroe 5 X 16 Pull-Type Spring Reset Plow Melroe 25-Ft. Multi-Weeder Melroe 5 Section 25-Ft. Harrow on Hydraulic Fold-Back Cart Shop Built 6.5 Ft. X 10 Ft. Tandem Axle Steel Hydraulic Lift Rock Trailer, (Nice Unit) (2) Brillion 10-Ft. Packers

Nice Ponderosa 6 Ft. X 20 Ft. 5th Wheel Stock Trailer, Recent Updates including New White Oak Floor and Wiring, Has Center Gate, Full Swing Rear Gate with Slider, Spare Tire and Wheel, VIN #404PG2026600, (Nice Condition) 1985 Chevrolet One Ton Single Rear Tire 4x4 Pickup, Regular Cab, Long Box, 6.2 Diesel, AT, Sells with Meyer 6 Ft. 6 Inch Front Mount Snow Plow 1979 Ford 8000 Two Ton Truck, Diesel Engine, Automatic Transmission, Front Mounted Snow Blade, 10-Ft. Dump Box, (Originally State or County Truck) (2) Military Issue 8 Ft. X 29 Ft. Enclosed Semi Vans on Tandem Axle Transports, (Good Condition, Great Storage Units)

300 Gallon Slide-In Pickup Crop Sprayer, 4 Jacks, Foam Markers, 8 H.P. Honda Gas Engine, Tee Jet 844 Sprayer Controls, 40-Ft. Booms with Blumhardt Boom Lift Controls, (Nice Unit) Melroe Model 103 Spra-Coupe, 100 Gallon Tank, Approx. 50-Ft. Booms

Grinder Mixer, Manure Spreader, Gravity Boxes, General Farm Machinery New Holland Model 165 Single Axle Manure Spreader, Upper Beater, Hydraulic Endgate, Poly Floor, Ser. #862529, (Nice Condition) J&M 300 Bu. +/- Gravity Box on Westendorf 8 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon, Flotation Tires, Ext. Pole, 12-Ft. Hydraulic Drill Fill Auger, Ladder, Tarp Bradford Model 225 Gravity Box with Metal Extensions on Factory FourWheel Wagon Parker 175 Bu. Gravity Box with Extensions on MN 6 Ton Four-Wheel Wagon Parker Approx. 175 Bu. Gravity Box on Harvey Meyer Four-Wheel Wagon

Live and Bidd Online ing

Parker Approx. 200 Bushel Gravity Box with Extensions on MN 6 Ton FourWheel Wagon Lorenz Model 100 Grinder Mixer, Extra Screen, Magnet New Idea Model 324 Two-Row Wide Pull-Type Corn Picker, 8 Roll Husking Bed, SN #276231 John Deere 6-Ft. Pull-Type Gyro Mower Kewanee 8 Inch X 40 Ft. +/- PTO Auger on Transport 6-Ft. 3-Point Brush or Grass Mower Sunmaster/Lindsay 12-Ft. Stalk Chopper Parker Gravity Box (Box Only) with Shop Built Top, Used for Feed

Livestock Equipment, Lumber, Fuel Barrels and Miscellaneous Items Approx. (15) Interlocking Corral Panels and Miscellaneous Farm Gates (5) Square or Round Steel Bale Feeders (1) Round Bale Feeder (3) Calf Porta Style Portable Calf Huts (5) Assorted Feed Bunks Nice Groups of Home Sawn Full 2 Inch Oak and Pine 2x6 and 2x10 Planks 500 and 300 Gallon Fuel Barrels on Stands Implement Tires and Rims Misc. Wrenches Forks and Shovels

A Few Miscellaneous Household Items

David Levig Estate,

Owner

14514 COUNTY ROAD 25, BRAINERD, MN For more information, please phone Barry Meinz at (320) 290-7990 TERMS: CASH or GOOD CHECK. No credit or debit cards. If credit is desired, make arrangements with your credit agent prior to sale. Out of area buyers please have letter of credit. Purchases in excess of $5,000 must be accompanied with a bank letter of credit. Titles on all titled items will be processed once checks have cleared purchaser’s bank. Everything sold as is, no warranties given or implied. Nothing removed until settlement has been made. While we believe everything stated hereon to be correct as to age and description, anything stated day of sale by owners or auctioneers will take precedence over all printed materials. Owners, auctioneers, clerks or their helpers are not responsible for accidents. All information stated hereon is provided by the owner, Mid-American Auction Co., Inc. makes no warranty as to its accuracy.

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STRETCH-O-MATIC

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BALE WRAPPERS

The STRETCH-O-MATIC® is easy to use, fast, reliable and requires minimal maintenance. The STRETCH-O-MATIC® wrapper allows you to obtain excellent productivity from your herd by giving you access to superior quality forage all year round at a more than reasonable cost.

Miscellaneous - FOR SALE

DELAVAL-BLUE DIAMOND D8 PARLOR, all stainless steel, Dematron 60 takeoffs w/milk weights, Flowstar claws, 10 hp variable speed vacuum pump, 2 hp variable speed transfer pump, GEA washer. Call 320-290-9525. 8-2-VM PATZ/BERG BARN CLEANER CHAIN. Call 320-557-6558. 6-3-F

VERSATILE 4400 12’ SWATHER, $3,000. Call 320-597-2946. 8-1-F JD 9500, 5,100 eng. hrs., 7,500 on cutter, 4WD, many updates, single point hookup, 600 series head ready, $32,900. Call 715613-8940. 8-TFN-F NH 166 INVERTER, $2,200. Call 320-304-0205. 8-1-F IHC 600 BLOWER; IHC 730 4-bottom vari-width plow w/land wheel; NH 258 rake; Kewanee double chain 40’ grain elevator; Mueller 2000 gal. bulk tank w/5 hp compressor and plate cooler. Call 952-6882297. 8-2-VM

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MEYER 22’ FORAGE BOX, tandem gear, $8,000/ obo. Call 320-444-1203. 7-3-F KUHN 10 WHEEL, 2 WHEEL CART RAKE, 5 yrs. old, like new, $4,500. Call 218-639-7679. 8-1-F IH 656, gas, 4000 hrs., nice, $6,200. Call 320-6343867. 8-1-F

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1,350 GAL. SURGE BULK TANK, 2 compressors and heat recovery unit. Call 563-380-2768. 13-TFN-F NH 166 HAY INVERTER. Call Larry Drier 952200-0925. 8-2-F 9’X18’ ALL STEEL BALE THROW RACK; small stock trailer; NH forage blower; vacuum pump. Call 320-223-5338. 8-3-F

NH 355 MILL, low wear, 8’ fold unloading auger, $3,800. Call 715-7972104. 8-3-F AGRIMETAL 525 FEED CART, $900, runs good; 500 gal. fuel barrel w/ pump, $800. Call 320-2666878. 6-6-F 800 GAL. DARIKOOL BULK TANK & compressor, washer and milking equipment. Call 920-2556433. 8-1-F

STINGER BALE WRAPPER, can handle (3) 3x3x4x8, $35,000. Call Tim 952-292-2676 with questions. 7-TFN-F GEHL 2109 ROW MERGER, good cond. Call 320-293-5607. 4-5-F H&S 12’ WINDROW MERGER, $10,000/obo. Please text 605-999-6419. 7-3-F

14’ TANDEM AXLE TRUCK TRAILER dump box. Call 507-4506115. 6-3-F 4 TON FEED BIN & AUGER & MOTOR; Agrimetal 525 feed cart, unloads both sides. Call 320-250-9822. 8-1-P

HAY & FORAGE EQUIPMENT JD 327 Baler JD 327 Baler w/ 30 Thrower NH 273 Baler w/ Thrower John Deere 530 Round Baler New Holland 852 Round Baler Case IH 8340 9ft Haybine Bearcat Flail Chopper 40’ & 46’ Bale Conveyors w/ Cart New Holland 56 & 256 Rakes Hay heads to fit IH & NH Bale & Grapple Forks 16ft Hayracks and Wagons 9” Blower Pipe and Goosenecks Gehl 88 & NH 28 Blowers Roarda Forage Box

‘15 NH FR600 w/1612 cutter head hrs., 2230 eng. hrs., new corn processor, 12’ HH, all good cond. Call 660-956-6712. 8-1-VM JD 630 DISC, 29’, 21” discs w/JD harrow, $9,950. Call Dennis 218-573-3172 or 218-841-4248. 8-TFNF-1st ‘12 JD 8285R, MFD, front dual ready, early eng. rebuild/warranty, new rear tires, auto steer ready, in eld working daily, very nice, $92,500. Call 715572-1234. 7-2-VM (8) CALF-TEL HUTCHES, $100 ea.; Cattle panel fence available; (3) Mirafount waterers, $150 ea. Call 715-669-3448. 8-1-F ‘81 IH 1586, 9360 hrs., 18.4x42 tires w/duals, tires good, 3 remotes; JD 3960 silage cutter, 3R30” hd., 5.5” HH, good cond. Call 605-880-2249. 7-3-B SMALL DOGS, Rat Terrier puppies, great with children, $135 ea., 6 weeks old, Central, MN area. Call 320-429-5541, no Sunday Calls. 8-1-VM

TRACTORS

IH 686 G with Loader IH 656 G w/Loader IH 656 D Ford 5000 G w/Loader Farmall 460 G w/ Loader Farmall 560 D • IH 706 G Farmall 300 w/ IH 110 Mower IH 504 • Farmall H

MOWERS

Schweiss & Woods 6’ 3pt Finishing Mowers IH 120 & 31 7’ Mowers JD #5 & 8W 7’ Mowers JD Big 4 Horse Mower C Allis Chalmers w/ Woods Mower Landpride 5” 3pt Rotary Mower IH 110 6ft Side Mount Sickle Mower IH 120 2pt 7ft Sickle Mowers

MISCELLANEOUS

Shaver Post Driver AgChem and Demco 500 Gal Sprayers Century 300 & 500 Gal Sprayers Ford 2 Row Cultivator

SALVAGE LOT **Over 15 acres of used tractor & implement parts

2 Miles North of Millerville, MN

**Check out our complete** pictured inventory at www.roersequipment.com

320-876-2200

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Dairy Star - Third Section • Saturday, June 13, 2020 • Page 23

Milking equipment not running as it should? Bring out the best in yorur investment

Let us help! We can do service and maintenance on all dairy equipment! Give us a call to schedule a visit. 1010 Hoeschler Dr. • Sparta, WI 54656

DAIRY EQUIPMENT INC. Celebrating over 35 Years in Business

Phone: 608-269-3830 Toll Free: 1-888-863-0227 Email: prestonde@prestonde.com

Dennis Thyen

46310 164th Street Watertown, SD 57201 605.881.0647

Dealer Inquiries Welcome!

Email: ddthyen@gmail.com

Thank you dairy farmers! Used Cloverdale 500T, #4240 -

$19,900

Used Luck/Now 2350, #4413 -

$15,900

Used Patz V350,

#4712 -

$16,900

Used Patz V500,

#4582 -

$29,900

Used Patz V950,

#4735 -

$46,900

Used Jay-Lor 3650, #3754 -

$19,900

Used NDE 704,

#4791 -

$19,900

Used Patz V420,

#4840 -

$25,900

Used Kuhn Knight VLS142, #4451

$19,900

Used Patz 500,

#2633 -

$27,900

Used Patz V420,

#4725 -

$25,900

Used Patz V615,

Used Patz V615

Used Patz V950,

Used Penta 3010,

#4470 -

#4773 -

$23,900

$38,900

$26,900

#4382 -

$15,800

Used Kuhn Knight VT180, #4096

$35,900

Used Patz 615,

#3356 -

$27,900

Used Patz V420,

#4286 -

$25,900

Used Patz V615,

#4445 -

$26,900

Used Penta 4420SD, #4831-

$15,900

Stop in for free ice cream all this month!

Used Kuhn Knight VT180

$29,905

Used Patz V350,

#4835 -

$17,400

Used Patz V420,

#4657 -

$25,800

Used Patz V615,

#4155 -

$22,900

Used Trioliet SM-7, #4424 -

$13,400

Used Kuhn Knight VTC 1100, #4702 - $89,900

Used Patz V350,

#4847 -

$13,500

Used Patz V500,

#3346 -

$25,900

Used Patz V620,

#4730 -

$28,900

Used Valmetal V-MIX 575, #3750 - $16,900

Salesmen: Shawn Martin (608) 778-4554 or Joe Ryan (608) 778-2900

4116 Hwy. 80 S. Platteville, WI

Office: (608) 348-9401 or Toll Free: 1(888) BUY-Patz www.steinhartsfarmservice.com

4116 Hwy. 80 S. Platteville, WI


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CHECK OUT THE EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL PATZ DEALERS

Oswalt D 350, LH discharge - $9,500 Gorter’s Clay & Dairy Equip. 507-825-3271

Patz 500 Hartung Sales 320-836-2697

MFS 480 mixer wagon - $15,500 Gorter’s Clay & Dairy Equip. 507-825-3271

Weaverline feed carts, Rebuilt- ready to go Hobert Sales Inc. 320-286-6284

Patz 620 Hartung Sales 320-836-2697

Supreme 500 mixer, very nice, 2 yrs. old - Call Hobert Sales Inc. 320-286-6284

NG COMI SOON

Balzer 2600 vacuum tank Hartung Sales 320-836-2697

Patz 9427 bedding chopper, Recond. (2) Hobert Sales Inc. 320-286-6284

Patz 950 - IN STOCK Hartung Sales 320-836-2697

‘10 Kuhn Knight, RH conveyor, LH 41’ discharge w/Digistar scale - $19,900 Mid-Central Equipment, Inc. 218-583-2931

Patz 350 Hartung Sales 320-836-2697

NDE 1502, side door vertical mixer Hartung Sales 320-836-2697

NG COMI SOON Knight 350 Ross Equipment Co. 800-645-7677

(2) Patz 420 Ross Equipment Co. 800-645-7677

Used Kuhn Knight VTC 1100 - $89,900 Steinhart’s Farm Service Inc. 608-348-9401

Patz 620 Twin Screw Ross Equipment Co. 800-645-7677

Patz 500V Ross Equipment Co. 800-645-7677

Penta 5610 Ross Equipment Co. 800-645-7677

Used Kuhn Knight RA Used Patz 305 - $7,500 142 Helix - $19,900 Used Gehl 5750 - $15,900 New Patz V950 - Call Steinhart’s Farm Service Inc. Steinhart’s Farm Service Inc. Steinhart’s Farm Service Inc. Steinhart’s Farm Service Inc. 608-348-9401 608-348-9401 608-348-9401 608-348-9401

Used Patz 4305 - Call Steinhart’s Farm Service Inc. 608-348-9401

Patz 500 Story Sales & Service 800-491-3724

Patz 500 Story Sales & Service 800-491-3724

(2) Patz V615, 1200 Series Story Sales & Service 800-491-3724

Patz 620 Story Sales & Service 800-491-3724

2014 Patz V420 Story Sales & Service 800-491-3724

Patz 420 Story Sales & Service 800-491-3724

Patz 500 Wille Construction 563-252-2034

Patz 420 - $18,500 Wille Construction 563-252-2034

Knight 3142 - $16,500 Wille Construction 563-252-2034

Patz 950 Wille Construction 563-252-2034

Patz 500 vert. - $21,000 Brynsaas Sales & Service 563-382-4484

Patz 500XH vert. $26,000 Brynsaas Sales & Service 563-382-4484

Patz 615 vert. - $23,500 Brynsaas Sales & Service 563-382-4484

Patz 620 vert. $30,000 Brynsaas Sales & Service 563-382-4484

Patz 500 vert. - $21,000 Brynsaas Sales & Service 563-382-4484