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Have a great day and many more! With all our love, your family! If you would like, send a card to: 309 W. 3rd St. Richland Center, WI 53581
The Ithaca Lions Club would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their donations to our recent 8-Pin Tap Bowling Tournament:
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WOOD FOR Sale, Gotham. 608574-3625.
ELIMINATE HIGH heating costs. Central Boiler’s all-new Classic Edge OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. Chimney Specialists in Highland. 800-395-6660.
Renk Seeds – Mick Huebsch; DeAnne’s Designs; Manneo Dairy – Dave and Randy Manning and Families; Center Café; Ithaca Village Pump; Shawn’s Auto Repair; Fillback Ford; Lakes Gas; ET Foods; Richland Locker; WCCU; Dean and Lori Rinehart; John and Kathy Lord; Creative Layers; Virginia Wiedenfeld; Charlie and Sue Paulson; Andrew Rinehart; Dick and Mary Hauser; Richland County Bank; O’Reilly Auto Parts; The Frame Corner; R.C. Shopping News; Neptune Enterprises The top ten place winners were: 1. Dick Rinehart 942; 2. Brad Louis 863; 3. Aaron Nelson 857; 4. Ethel McNamer 854; 5. Fred Kepler 845; 6. Kerry Gulsrud 844; 7. Susan Barnes 840; 8. Brian Alvin 833; 9. Jon Rinehart 825; 10. Mike Anderson 824 The Ithaca Lions Club would also like to thank Amy Schoepp, Josh Hassel, and the entire staff at The Phoenix Center for their help for the day. A special Thank You goes to all the bowlers who braved the weather to help make this such an awesome day. adno=62572
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Co-Jack Cheese $1.99 lb. • Pepper Jack Cheese $1.50 lb. • Gouda Cheese $1.49 lb IQF Chicken Breast 5 lb. box $6.50 • Smoked Pork Chops $3.99 5 lb. box • Bakalars Pork Sausage $1.80 lb. Bulk Apple Jacks Cereal 65¢ lb.
HILLPOINT COUNTRY STORE S6547 Hwy 130 at Hwy 154 • Hillpoint, WI Monday - Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; Closed Sundays
FOR SALE: Border Collie puppies, 2 months old, parents are smart farm dogs. $150.00 608624-5457
FARM DOGS for sale, 5 Border Collie Heeler puppies, cute markings, working parents, $100 each. No Sunday sales. 9547 Cty U, Shullsburg, WI 53586. GERMAN SHORTHAIR POINTER PUPPIES Championship Bloodlines. 920572-0189 (WCAN)
Conventional Also carrying & New Downdraft parts for High-Effi ciency other brands Stoves Available
GOLDEN RETRIEVER puppies and Labrador puppies, AKC, shots, de-wormed, dew claws removed, micro-chipped and vet checked. 608-574-6204. License #267233. LIMITED EDITION: Richland County People and Places Volume II, a hard cover, limited edition book of historical pictures. $39.95 plus tax. Shopping News, Richland Center. 608647-2911
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FOR SALE: Blue Heeler Border Collie puppies, $75.00. David Miller, S609 Dty Rd D, Cashton, WI 54619.
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Button Cemetery is accepting mowing bids for the 2019 season.
Hunter Education & Acrchery Add On Registration March 16th
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Professional Foresters on staff to assist with your management goals.
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To Register you will need your DNR Customer ID number, and $10 Fee on day of Registration.
Hunter Safety Class Schedule 18 Hours
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Baking Supplies • Cheese • Fish • Groceries • Health Products • Meats Bulk Flour • Bulk Sugar • Rolled & Quick Oats
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Automobiles, Farm Machinery, Industrial Scrap BUYING ALL METALS Dumpster Service Available
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Cremation Service 608.647.4808 www.prattfuneralservice.com Funeral Directors Serving Southwest WI Mark Jelinek
Notice is hereby given of the regular monthly meeting to be held
Tuesday evening, March 12, 2019, 6:00 P.M., at the Town shop located at 20188 County G. Agenda to be posted. By Order of Town Board, Judy Murphy, clerk
BENITA A. HENDRICKS STORMS
Trails, Roads, & Site Work Erosion Control & Waterways Tree or Brush Removal Brush Control & Mowing
Guest Speakers: Wisconsin Cattlemen’s Association and Dr. Tod Brancel/Trans Ova Genetics
Notice Town of Sylvan
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Social Hour 5:30 p.m. - Meal 6:15 p.m.
The Monthly Meeting of the Town Board will be held at 7pm, Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 at the Town Hall on Gillingham Drive. Agenda posted at Hall, Shop, and Ballpark 24 hours prior to regular meetings. By order of the Town Board, Melanie Ring, Clerk (608)475-1909
RICHLAND COUNTY BEEF PRODUCERS ANNUAL MEETING
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The Shopping News goes to all or parts of: Avoca, Blue River, Cazenovia, Gotham, Hillpoint, Hillsboro, LaFarge, Lone Rock, Muscoda, Plain, Readstown, Richland Center, Sextonville, Soldiers Grove, Spring Green, and Viola.
Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at prattfuneralservice. com.
February 24, 2019 Benita A. Hendricks Storms, 91, of Richland Center died Sunday, February 24, 2019 at Schmitt Woodland Hills. She was born in Dayton Township on May 21, 1927, the daughter of Miller and Minnie Pearl (Taylor) Hendricks. Benita graduated from Richland Center High School in 1945 and then the Richland County Normal for teacher training. NORMA JEAN PAUL She taught at Huth School February 25, 2019 until her marriage to Wilford Storms on May 23, 1950. Norma Jean Paul, 67, of They farmed until 1972 when Sextonville died Monday, they sold the farm. Benita February 25, 2019 at her returned to teaching in home surrounded by her 1957 at English Ridge and family. She was born on June CHESTER “CHET” Fairground School. She left 16, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois WILLIAM WILSON the daughter of Norman and teaching and worked at Equity February 28, 2019 Ada ‘Betty’ (Robinson) Soltis. Auction Market for 22 years Chester William goes to 24, all or parts of: Avoca, Blue “Chet” River, September 1973 she as a weigh master The and Shopping cler- OnNews Wilson, age 62, of Boaz, found Gotham, was Hillpoint, Hillsboro, LaFarge, united in marriage to Lone Rock, Muscoda, Plain, ical worker.Cazenovia, She did interior peace at Green, last onand February Ricky Paul at the Ash Creek Readstown, Richland Center, Sextonville, Soldiers Grove, Spring Viola. and exterior painting for many 28, 2019 at the Gundersen homes in the area. Benita was United Methodist Church. Boscobel Hospital following a 4-H leader for 23 years. Norma stayed home to raise a difficult battle with cancer. her 6 children and in 1994 she She and Wilford were active He was born on February members of Peace United went to work at the Shopping 25, 1957 in Richland Center, Methodist Church. Benita News as a proofreader and the son of Cliffton William typesetter. She enjoyed readloved crafts, music, dancWilson and Dorothy Dean ing and was a great speller. ing, playing cards and visit(Tiser) Wilson. Chet met his ing family and friends. Benita She was a 4-H Leader and wife, Julie Rose (née Hallen) is survived by her daughter Girl Scout Leader. Norma Wilson, while working for Bonnie (Randy) Richardson enjoyed traveling, camping American TV in Madison in of Richland Center; three but her true pride and joy the late 1980s. They married grandchildren: Jeanna (Zach) was her children and grand- on March 30, 1990 and made Freeman of McFarland, Jacob children. Norma is survived their home in both Evansville (Sumiko) Richardson of by her husband Ricky; six and Madison before movAomori, Japan, Joel (Sarah) children: Melissa Paul, John ing to the Richland Center Richardson of Milwaukee; Paul, Jennifer (Jeff Alvin) Paul, area in 2001. Chet enjoyed six great-grandchil- Kimberly (Thomas) Adams, many things in life, including dren: Mara, Elise, Connor Michael (Casey) Paul, Kristina watching the Packers, workFreeman, Sophia, Ryan, Paul; seven grandchildren: ing on cars and motorcyAidan Richardson; sister: Trey, Brooklyn, Brandon, cles, fishing, camping, taking Beth (Charles) Hilleshiem of and Brionna Adams, Jaylynn, road trips, going to rummage Richland Center; many niec- Janessa, and Jemma Paul; sales, and cooking. More es, nephews and friends. three brothers: John (Kathy) than anything, though, Chet Benita was preceded in Soltis, Steve (Melody) Soltis, loved his family. He cherdeath by her parents; hus- Charlie (Bernadette) Soltis; ished the time he spent with band Wilford; sisters Beva, sister: Janet (Mark) Eastman; them above all else. Of the Bedene, Bedell; and sis- Ricky’s brothers and sis- many things Chet did in his ter-in-law Elaine Kwedder. ters: Patricia (Randy) Davis, time, he said that he was Funeral services were held Robert (Mary) Paul, Richard most proud of the children on Friday, March 1, 2019 at (Barb) Paul, Charles Paul, Bill he raised and he loved them 5:00 PM at the Pratt Memorial Paul, Wesley (Anita Perritt) both more than simple words Chapel. Burial was held in the Paul, Jim (Cindy Phillips) could express. Chet was preRichland Center Cemetery. Paul, Randy Paul, and David ceded in death by his parVisitation was held on Friday, Paul; nieces, nephews, other ents, Cliffton and Dorothy. He March 1, 2019 at the Pratt relatives, and friends. Norma is survived by his wife, Julie; Memorial Chapel from 2:00 was preceded in death by his two children: Christopher, PM until 5:00 PM. The fam- her parents Norman and also of Boaz, and Elizabeth ily suggests memorials in Betty, father and mother- (Robert Fleischer) Wilson of Benita’s name be directed in-law: Harry Peter Paul Sr. Boscobel; his three sisters: to Schmitt Woodland Hills and Arvilla Paul, brothers and Ginger (Harold) Hannum or Peace United Methodist sisters-in-law: Harry Peter of Spring, TX, Grace (Carl) Church. The Pratt Funeral and (Shirley) Paul Jr., Shirley Schellenberger of La Valle, Cremation Service is assisting Ann (Steve) Molnar, Joann and Glee (Jerry) Moore of the family with their arrange- Paul, and Thomas Paul. Richland Center; and many ments. Online condolences Memorial services were held cousins, nieces, nephews, can be made at prattfuneral- on Monday, March 4, 2019 and friends. A memorial serat 12:00 PM at the Pratt vice will be held at a later service.com. Memorial Chapel. Visitation time. Clary Memorial Funeral was held on Sunday, Home is assisting the family To place obituaries March 3, 2019 at the Pratt with the arrangements. in the Shopping News, Memorial Chapel from 3:00 consult your PM until 6:00 PM and again on Monday, March 4, from Funeral Director or 10:00 AM until the time of the Shopping News. the service at 12:00 PM. The adno=62209
Preschool story hour for ages 3-6, will be held at Brewer Library on Monday at 6:00 PM and Tuesday at 10:00 AM when school is in session, until May 1st.
THURSDAYS Please come join Riverdale elderly residents for coffee clutch and conversation on Thursdays at 10:00 AM at Golden Living Riverdale in Muscoda. Call 608739-3186 for information.
SUNDAYS Divorce Hurts - Attend a weekly seminar and support group for people who are separated or divorced. Lead by people who understand what you are feeling. Every Sunday evening 7 PM at Park Street Christian Church, 148 S. Park, Richland Center. Call 647-3702 for more information.
THURSDAYS Troubled by someone elses drinking? Al-Anon meeting Thursdays at 12 Noon at Peace United Methodist Church, 265 N. Church Street, RC. Enter side door on Union Street.
SUNDAYS Boy Scout Troop 81 meets the first 3 Sundays of the month from 6:00- 7:30 PM at St. Johns Lutheran Church, 479 S. Park St., Richland Center.
SECOND & FOURTH TUESDAY OF THE MONTH SMART (Self Management & Recovery Training) Recovery Starting Nov. 8. An alternative way to recovery. Pippen Room 3, Richland Hospital 7:00-8:30 PM.
NARCONON Are drugs affecting your family or a friend? Dont give up. Drug addiction can be overcome. For more information, call Narconon at 1-800-468-6933 or log onto www.stopaddiction.com.
THIRD WEDNESDAY Third Wednesday of the month. Card Party at the Rockbridge Meal Site following lunch. Please phone 647-9187 by day prior to reserve lunch. Suggested senior donation is $3.50. Blood Pressure Clinic in the a.m.
If anyone needs help dealing with Autism please contact ANGEL, at 608-588-2585 or angelautismnetwork.org.
THIRD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH
MONDAY - FRIDAY
The SOUL Kitchen free community meal is served every 3rd Wednesday of each month 5:30pm at the Nazarene Outreach Center.
RICHLAND CENTER AA Nonsmoking. Richland Hills, 701 W. Seminary St., Mondays - 8:00 PM; Wednesdays - 8:00 PM; 12 & 12 Study, Fridays 5:30 PM; Saturdays - 8:00 PM.
The Yuba Reading Room at the Yuba Community Center will be open on Wednesdays from 3:00 - 5:00 PM and Saturdays from 10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon with home delivery for shut-ins the second Wednesday of each month. Please call 528-4563 for more information.
GRACE HOURS The new GRACE office hours are the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM and the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. For more information call 604-8255.
Please join us for breakfast and help support St. Mary School’s 8th grade class of 2020
Sunday, March 10
8:30am - Noon
Menu: Buttermilk Pancakes, French Toast, Biscuits and Gravy, Scrambled Eggs, Cheese Sauce, Sausage, Applesauce, Milk, Coffee, and OJ. St. Mary Church Undercroft 150 W. 4th St., Richland Center Free will offering Everyone is welcome to attend!
FFA Pancake Breakfast
Craft and Vendor Fair
Pancakes, Sausage, Yogurt, Beverage
9 - 2 pm Live chainsaw carving demonstration, homemade cheese spread, hot turkey sandwich lunch
Ticket price: $7 All-you-can-eat
Over 40+ spaces of crafters and vendors
serving 8 - 11 am
Richland Centers Woodman Senior Center has the following trips scheduled for 2019. Pigeon Forge & Smoky Mountains, Alaska, and Pennsylvania, which includes Amish Country, & Philadelphia. Please contact Cheryl at 6478108 ext. 3 for more information or to register.
For more information contact 608-647-6131 Five Points Lutheran Church
Soup Supper Saturday, March 16th
D E L L E C N A C Serving from 4pm - 7pm Adults $8 • Ages 6-12 $4 Under 6 Free
Friday, March 8th Karaoke 9pm 21733 Hwy. 14 Richland Center 608-647-1116
Wingsday Wednesday - 50¢ Wings Friday Fish - Deep Fried Bluegill - 5-9pm
Soups: Oyster, Chili, Chicken Noodle, and Cheesy Broccoli
Sandwiches, Cheese, Pickles, Bars & Beverages
Starting at 11:00 AM • Full Soup & Salad Bar Available
Watch for our St. Patrick’s Special Sunday, March 17th Come Out & See the Ryan the Magic Man • 2 to 4 pm
Quail Run Golf Links
Book your next fundraiser, . party or meeting Free rental.
608-647-3117 25275 Hwy. Y, Richland Center
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Friday Fish Fry $9.95 Includes Potato,Salad & Dessert
March 8th 8 pm is show time
St. Patty’s Day Dinner Corn Beef ‘n’ Fixin’s • $9.95
Saturday, March 16th 11:00 AM till gone
Carry Out Available!
See us on
and when they do why not preserve those memories in a spiral bound Scrapbook!
Dinner & Show $50 per couple Dinner at 6:30 choice of Filet, Tuna or Salmon Show Only $12 in advance $15 at the Door Call for Reservations
Sunday Breakfast March 10th & 24
Carry outs welcome anytime.
dreams can come true...
THE PRESS BOX FRlivEerEy!
Sunday, March 10th Friday Fish Fry
Franklin Masonic Lodge #16 F.&A.M. 227 Oak Street, Lone Rock, WI Menu: Corned Beef, Cabbage,Red Potatoes, Dessert, Drink. Ham will be available. Price: Adults $8.00 10 & Under $5.00 Proceeds going towards Easter Egg Hunt and Scholarships
Richland Center High School
March 9, 2019 • 4:30pm-?
Knights of Columbus
Saturday March 9, 2019
Corn Beef and Cabbage Dinner
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Serving from 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM Menu: Pancakes, Sausage, Applesauce, Cheese Curd, Coffee & Milk. Free will offering • Carryouts available
FFA PANCAKE BREAKFAST & 2019 SPRING FLING CRAFT FAIR
Lobby Shop at the Richland Hospital open Monday - Friday 7:30 - 5:00 pm. Has food & coffee. Gifts for all occasions.
Avoca United Methodist Church Men’s All You Can Eat
Church Women United World Day of Prayer, Friday, March 1st, at 9:00 am at the First Baptist Church. Program will be about experiences of Slovenian Women. All are welcome.
Freedom From Smoking Individual Sessions. Call Connie Dunn at 608-647-6161 or for more information see The Richland Hospital Website at www.richlandhospital.com or find us on Facebook.
Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank at the Richland Center Fellowship, 26700 Fellowship Ln. Richland Center, 3:30 - 5 PM.
We can also receive your FAX at 647-7238
THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
Understanding Birth eClass (on-line) anytime. Call Birth Center at 608-647-6321 or for more information see The Richland Hospital Website at www.richlandhospital.com or find us on Facebook.
HEIDI’S RUMMAGE Sale Shop: Fri. and Sat., March 8-9 from 9-5:00. Located just outside of Ithaca 25747 State Hwy 58 red and green shed. 2 desks and office chairs, buffet and dining table, toddler bed and mattress, baby bouncy seat, stroller, baby toys, Easter dresses, Easter decor, boys and girls sandals, springsummer clothes, St. Patrick’s Day supplies, kids crafting kits.
Don’t Have A Fax Machine? Use Ours! We will send your first page for $3.00 with an additional fee of $1.00 per page.
The Wolf Country Band will be playing at Richland Centers Woodman Senior Center at 1050 N. Orange St., pn the first Thursday of each month starting on April 5th thru December 6th.
Richland County Nutrition Program. Hot noon meal. Reasonable cost. Everyone welcome. For more information call 608-647-8821.
A great gift idea for friends and family too. Camping Vacation
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FIRST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
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HELP WANTED: Auto Body Technician: Iron Key Klassics Restorations and Collision Repair in Muscoda is looking for an individual to add to its team. Metal Fabrication is a plus. Competitive wages and vacation based on experience. We also offer a 401k plan with company match. Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at the shop, 2012803 State Hwy 60, Muscoda. NEED TO SELL IT QUICK? Let IWI Classifieds help you reach 157,000 homes in Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois for as little as $31.00. Watch for the form in your shopper - or just stop in and see at the Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center, 608-647-2911.
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WHITEHALL SPECIALTIES, INC. have openings on both 1st & 2nd shifts. We are looking for dependable, responsible, hard working and highly motivated individuals. Whitehall Specialties offers competitive wages, an excellent benefit package, a great work environment and advancement opportunities.
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The Ithaca School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Educator. The school district does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, political affiliation, disability, sex or sexual orientation, age national origin, citizenship, handicap, marital status, ancestry, color or any other reason prohibited by state or federal law. Employees of this District are required to comply with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments.
Whitehall Specialties offers the following excellent benefit package: Health, Dental, Vision, Life & Disability Insurance, 125 Plan, 401K, Paid Vacation & Sick/Disability, 9 paid Holidays, Safety Incentive Awards Bonus Program Pick up application at the main office: Whitehall Specialties, Inc. 1401Cty. Hwy. HH Hillsboro, WI 54634 Or online at www.whitehall-specialties.com
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WCAN (Wisconsin Community Ad Network) andor the member publications review ads to the best of their ability. Unfortunately, many unscrupulous people are ready to take your money! PLEASE BE CAREFUL ANSWERING ANY AD THAT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE! For more information, or to file a complaint regarding an ad, please contact The Department of Trade, Agriculture & Consumer Protection 1-800-422-7128 (WCAN)
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Now Hiring! Kraemer Brothers is looking to fill multiple positions for various upcoming projects. One of Wisconsin’s leading construction companies, Kraemer Brothers consistently provides competitive hourly wages, along with a safe and challenging work environment. Qualified females, minorities and veterans encouraged to apply.
Any Questions please contact us! 2101 Bohmann Drive, 920 Sextonville Road Equal Opportunity Employer, Male/Female/Veteran/Disabled
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Attraction-5754 State Road 23 Spring Green
What started out as a dream – a picnic spot on a rock – has turned into an ever evolving reality. Today, the House on the Rock Inn, Attraction and Resort offer memorable experiences to our guests through the efforts of a top notch team.
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Our openings are seasonal. Many positions work through October. Some work through December. We have behind-thescenes and guest service jobs. We offer a wide variety of shifts – whether you are interested in part time or forty hours-a-week.
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FOR SALE: Remington Rand 45 made in 1943. Marked US Property. $2,500.00. 608-6320943.
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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Wilson State Nursery in Boscobel, WI, an equal opportunity employer, is seeking 20 individuals to work in the spring tree distribution program. Duties include grading or packing tree seedlings. Most work will be indoors. These are temporary jobs (3 to 5 weeks) which will begin in late March or early April. Flexible work schedules will be considered. Starting pay is $10.00 per hour. Applications will be taken at the nursery located at 5350 Hwy. 133 East, Boscobel, WI, Monday through Friday during normal work hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information call (608) 375-4123.
Resort 2nd Shift Janitor 3 pm - 11 pm Resort Front Desk – various openings, all shifts Attraction Food Service Team Members multiple openings 9 am - 4 pm Attraction Retail/Guest Care 9 am - 5 pm Attraction Housekeeping Inn 3rd Shift Front Desk 11 pm - 7 am Inn Room Housekeepers daytime Inn 2nd shift desk/janitor 3 pm - 11 pm
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FOR RENT: All utilities, stove and refrigerator furnished. 1 bedroom upper apt in RC. $500 per month. 2 bedroom lower apartment 5 miles east of RC. $575 per month. No dogs and no smoking inside. (608) 583-2324 or (608) 604-6235 or email@example.com. FOR RENT: Kennedy Park Place. Modern 2 bedroom apartments includes heat, water, sewer and garage. One 1st floor unit with attached garage available. $865$945. 608-819-9455. FOR RENT: March 15 in Boaz. 3 bedroom mobile. Appliances, $475 month, $475 security. References required. No pets. 608-536-3863. MUSCODA RENTAL: Nice newer 4 bedroom, 2 bath duplex, garage, $950.00. www.muscodarental.com 608-723-8789.
NEW WITH a View! Check out Panorama Estates Apartments. 1 & 2 bedrooms still available, opening March 1! Plank flooring and plush carpeting, custom cabinets, heated underground parking, stainless steel appliance package including side by side refrigerator with ice and water in the door! Full size washerdryer, walk-in showers and tubs, huge walk-in closets, trash room with trash chutes from each floor. Join us for activities in our community center and library, work out in our fitness center or eat outdoors in our grilling and picnic area. Locally owned, professionally managed. Call Anna today at 608-604-5621. panoramaestateluxuryapartments.com
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house Richland Center near Foremost. Washerdryer, sunroom, deck, $600 WO utilities, security deposit. 608-935-2036
MUSCODA RENTAL: One bedroom apartment. Newly painted and carpeted for seniors or handicapped citizens. Laundry on premises, off-street parking. Nice residential area. Rent based on income and medical expenses. EHO Doscum Apartments, 608-929-7494.
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GARTHWAITE AUCTION-REALTY 200 ACRE FARM REAL ESTATE AUCTION NAME: Benjamin and Anna Stoltzfus Blanchardville, WI DATE: Thursday, March 21 TIME: 1:30 p.m. on premises PROPERTY LOCATED AT: 17579 Old Q Rd., Blanchardville, WI 53516. LOCATION: From Blanchardville take Cty. Trk. F one mile toward Darlington. S on Old Q 6 miles to property. OPEN HOUSE DATE: Thursday, March 14, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. For appointments to view property call P.L. “Zeke” Garthwaite, Broker, (608) 558-6867 or Dick White, Broker, (608) 776-4185 for details and info go to: www.colzeke.biz. The farm is located in Sec. 9,T3N-R5E Argyle Twp., Lafayette Cty. WI. This 200 acre farm has a dwelling, dairy barn, cattle sheds and silos. approx. 140 acres tillable, 35 pasture, 20 acres woods and 5 acres for building site. PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED IN 4 PARCELS: #1) 40 acres +/- tillable #2) 80 acres +/- tillable and pasture #3) 80 acres +/- tillable/pasture and improvements #4) 200 acres +/-as a whole w/improvements TERMS: $20,000.00 earnest money for each parcel. Balance of purchase price at closing within 30 days of auction. Subject to confirmation of sellers. Buyers to sign offer to purchase with no contingencies. Any announcements made day of auction supercede all printed material. REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER: #222 P.L. “Zeke” Garthwaite. SALE MANAGED BY:
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NAME: Cliff Walstead AUCTION LOCATION: 226 W. Front St, Muscoda WI DATE: Saturday March 9, 2019 TIME: PERSONAL PROPERTY begins at 9:30 AM. REAL ESTATE OFFERED AT 11 AM GLASSWARE & MISC: 50+ pcs of asstd Carnival glass; some pink & green Depression; other misc glass; cookie jars; oil lamps; asstd dolls & figures; asst pots & pans & Kitchen stuff; triple slow cooker; fondue set; popcorn popper; roaster; bedding; Xmas dec; globe; barn lantern and more! LARGE WALL POCKET COLLECTION 250+!! FURNITURE: Full size mattress & spring; single bed; rd Kitchen table & 4 chairs; curio cabinet; sm hide a bed sofa; chests of drawers; lamp w/stained glass shade; card table & chairs; folding tables; asst chairs; flat top trunk; roll top desk. OUTDOOR: Craftsman 21” 179CC 4 cyl OHV elec start snow blower, Like New; alum ext ladder; yard windmill; misc yard tools; anorondeck double chair and more! TERMS: Cash or good check. No warranties or guarantees are given or implied on any items sold. REGISTERED WI. AUCTIONEERS: Perry Wilkinson #31, Muscoda, WI SEE OUR WEB PAGE at www.wilkinsonauctions.com FOR FULL LISTING PICTURES AND INFO ON THE HOUSE, FOR SHOWINGS CALL
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DATE: Sunday, March 10 TIME: 10:30 a.m. (Doors will open by 8:00 a.m. for inspection of coins) LOCATION: 104 East Oak Street, Boscobel, WI (Tuffley Center) Watch for auction arrows. THE FOLLOWING IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING! 1835 U.S. half cent; 1908S Indian cent; Lincoln cent; 3 cent silvers; Buffalo nickels; 1885 “V” nickel; 1916D Mercury dime; silver quarters, half dollars; 1871 Seated dollar; 1877 Trade dollar; 1889CC Morgan dollar; 1921 Peace dollar; U.S. Proof, Prestige Sets; currency includes fractional, blanket; gold coins include $2½, $5 and 1990 1 oz. gold Eagle; So plan to attend.
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DATE: Saturday, March 9th, 2019 TIME: 9:00 AM LUNCH: On grounds. LOCATION: Located 20 miles Southeast of Tomah in the Kendall Community Center on Hwy. 71 in Kendall. Watch for DAIRYLAND AUCTION ARROWS ON Hwy. 71 in Kendall & Elroy. COINS & MISC: 1880 & (2) 1907 $5 gold pieces; 1909D $5 gold piece; 1891cc Morgan dollar; 30 Peace & Morgan dollars; 200+ Walking, Franklin & Kennedy halves; 100+ Standing & Washington quarters; 700+ Barber, Mercury & FDR dimes; 150 war nickels; 1874 Indian Head penny; 800+ Indian & Wheat cents; 1970’s Franklin Mint sterling ingots; 1934 $500 bill; (2) $5 Silver Certificates; 1917 Red Seal note; 1953 & ‘63 $2 Red seal notes; 19 Barr dollars; ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Cranberry lamp; Cranberry & hobnail glass; Mary Gregory pcs; Hull vase; Heisey glass pcs; Marilyn Monroe plates; Hallmark ornaments; drafting set; figurines; stemware; pressed glass; lava lamp; TOY TRACTORS & IMPLEMENTS: Approx. 200 IH, JD & other 1/16th scale Ertl, Spec Cast, Scale Model, Precision, Toy Show & FFA tractors & implements; Many in their original boxes & like new condition; Hubley Fire Engine w/ladder; Full list on website. GUNS: Winchester 94 (Pre-64) 30WCF; Stevens .22/410 over/ under; Ruger 10-22 Stainless in box; Rem 870 12ga. Mag rifled slug; NEA 12ga. Pump; Stevens 67 12ga. Pump; Stoeger Aqua Choke 12ga. Mag Turkey; Sears 12ga. Pump; Taurus 1911 Bitone Finish .45 auto; Beretta 92FS 9mm auto; NOTE: Only partial list. Complete list at www.dairylandauction. com TERMS: Cash or Good Check w/Proper ID. 5.5% Sales Tax Applies. Coins sell 1st. AUCTIONEERS: KURT MONSON #123 & TOM SIMONSON #244 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneers CLERK: MIKE FRYE CASHIER: RANDY FRYE Cashier for DAIRYLAND AUCTION LLC. P.O. Box 118, Elroy, WI 53929, (608) 462-8218. www.dairylandauction.com adno=61550
Local Collector THURSDAY, MARCH 7 AT 9:00 AM LOCATION: One mile east of Reedsburg at E7429 Hwy. 23 at the Gavin Bros. Auction Facility. LUNCH: Country Gals. NOTE: Following is a very partial list of a large and interesting auction from local collector. Lots of Pictures at www.gavinbros. com. ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES: Large S&H Green Stamps metal sign; Pepsi-Cola & other signs; Hires Root Beer wooden case; large glass bottles; 6-drawer spool cabinet; old Christmas decorations; old utensils; knives & daggers; jack knives; straight razors; Seth Thomas mantel clock; John Deere pedal tractor; cornet; Babee Tenda folding chair; child’s rocker; old hats; baskets; postcards; bull horns; milk tester; Winchester plane & watch; beer glasses including Leinenkugel’s; Devil’s Lake plate; military pins; cookie cutters; pocket watch parts; Indian items; match books; lots of other collectible items. TOYS: Am. Muscle collector cars & others; Cockshutt 1555 tractor; 2 Case 800 Tractors; Tru Scale combine; flare box, manure spreader & other farm toys; Barber green truck/conveyor; IH Hough payloader; noise makers; Evel Knievel van; wicker doll buggy; Hohner accordion; Gilbert Big Boy tool chest; Hot Wheel Super Charger Sprint Set; lots of Hot Wheels toys; old snowmobile helmets; Yahoos; wooden doll furniture; lots of Kong Skull Island items; Eldon race cars & track; Switch ’n Go Twin GT car set by Mattel; D.C. Comic figures; Casino pinball game; Piston Action robot & box; wooden blocks; G.I. Joes; Elvis magic guitar; dolls; lots of other items. TERMS: Cash/good check. Sales tax applies. VISA/MasterCard w/convenience fee. GAVIN BROS AUCTIONEERS (WRAC # 274) 296 Main St., Reedsburg – 112 5th Ave., Baraboo (608) 524-6416 – (608) 356-9437 www.gavinbros.com – firstname.lastname@example.org
5728 Peer Rd. Boscobel, WI 53805 Auctioneer #539 & Broker (608) 375-5458 “WE SELL TO SERVE AGAIN”
NAME: Chris Speth Highland, WI DATE: Thursday, March 14 TIME: 10:00 a.m. (Snow Date: Saturday, March 16) LOCATION: 4576 Cty. Trk. Q, Highland, WI. Two miles south of Highland, WI on State Hwy. 80 to Cty. Trk. Q & 1½ miles east to farm. Watch for the auction signs at Hwy. 80 & Cty. Trk. Q. LUNCH ON GROUNDS. Nature’s Way Portable Restroom. TRACTORS: JD 4430 diesel tractor, factory cab, wide front, dual hydraulics, rear wheel wts., 18.4-38 clamp-on duals; AC XT190 diesel tractor w/wide front, 3 pt., dual hydraulics, rear wheel wts., 200 hours on engine overhaul, 10 AC suitcase wts., good tin & lights; AC D-17 gas tractor w/wide front, 3 pt., good tin & lights w/AC hydraulic mounted loader, no bucket; AC D-17 gas tractor w/wide front, parts or restore; AC D-14 gas tractor w/narrow front, good rubber, parts or restore; Ford 7700 diesel tractor w/wide front & dual hydraulics; David Brown 995 diesel tractor w/wide front, 3 pt., parts or restore. MACHINERY: AC 5-14" semi-mounted plow; AC 2300 wheel disc; Ford 9-shank chisel plow; 8' pull-style cultipacker w/ seed box; JD Van Brunt 12' grain drill w/grass seed & hyd. lift; NI 3626 single axle single beater manure spreader w/hyd. endgate; NH 352 mixer mill; 2 F&F gravity boxes w/6-ton gears; gravity box w/Kory wagon gear; Gehl 2345 discbine; Hesston 5025 15-wheel rake; NH 310 small square baler w/ bale thrower; 9'x16' steel bale box w/8-ton gear; 9'x16' steel bale box w/Knowles gear; Bush Hog 6' 3 pt. rotary mower; Kewanee 500 52' all-purpose elevator w/elec. motor; 30' Bale-O-Vator w/elec. motor; 3 pt. bale mover; 3 pt. stack mover; NH flail chopper; NH 770 forage chopper w/1-row corn head; NH 3-beater forage box w/E-Z Trail wagon gear; 3 older manure spreaders. UNI SYSTEM & SKID LOADER: NI 701 Uni System w/6 cyl. gas engine, NI 735 3-row corn head, maybe running by sale time; Case 1845C diesel skid loader, open cab, 60" material bucket, bale fork attachment, 12,900 hours. FEED: 1,000 bu. 2017 ear corn (approx. figure). TRUCKS: 1998 Ford F-250 Ext. Cab 4x4 truck, V8 engine, auto. trans., 147K miles; 1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty Ext. Cab 4x4 truck, V8 diesel engine, 5 speed trans., 343K miles; 2005 Chevrolet 1500 Ext. Cab 4x4 truck, V8 engine, auto. trans. CATTLE TRAILER: 2005 Featherlite 7'x24' aluminum tandem axle stock trailer, 2 center gates, 8-bolt wheels, like new. ATV: Polaris 700 Twin 4x4 ATV, needs repair. CATTLE: 2 Angus heifers, 550 lbs.; 1 Angus steer, 600 lbs.; 1 Jersey steer, 400 lbs. DAIRY EQUIPMENT & MISC. ITEMS: Mueller 300 gal. bulk tank w/compressor; Surge SS milker unit; 2 strainers; 25 Calf Tel calf huts; calf pails; 25 wood lined style stanchions; 2-ton bulk bin; two 300 gal. overhead fuel barrels; Knipco space heater; imp. wheels; 2 steel wheels; 3 wheelbarrows; toolboxes; tools; old batteries; box traps; new 32"x80" walk door; “new” 115V incubator, Mdl. 11400-3; vintage metal Homelite chain saw box; vintage Remington chain saw; “reel” style lawn mower; Maytag square top wringer washer; 2 galvanized wash tubs on stand; wire baskets; buck saw; horseshoes; 3 riding saddles & bridles; whipple tree; wood pulleys; old scale; porcelain bed pan; sausage stuffer; bottle capper; Dietz “Lil Wizard” RR lantern; Igloo water cooler; fishing tackle & supplies; toboggan; snow sled; “clam back” metal lawn chair; flat & hump-back trunks; foot locker; Wilson treadle sewing machine; more household items. Website: www.auctionspecialistsmp.com AUCTIONEER: Larry F. Springer, Linden, WI, (608) 623-2245, Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #650. CLERK: Larry R. Noble, Mineral Point, WI, (608) 574-2905, Registered Wisconsin License #406. TERMS: All purchases must be settled for day of sale. Payment by cash, cashier’s check or good personal check. Number system to be used, photo ID required to obtain bid number to bid/buy. Any announcements made day of sale take precedence over all advertised material.
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FOR SALE: 40 Quality Black Angus Yearling Bulls. Performance data, calving ease & growth Sires. Mill Coulee Farm 5miles North of Prairie du Chien, WI Hwy 35, past Cabela’s. Tracy & Mark Pedretti 608-412-0004.
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Equity Livestock Richland Center Auction & Private Treaty Sales: Monday Auction: Starting at 11:00 AM with Calves, Sheep and Goats, Hogs, Slaughter Cows, Fed Cattle and Bulls.
Wednesday: Accepting cattle for the 2nd and 4th Thursday sale on Wednesday night 4:00 - 7:00 PM. Thursday Auction: 1st, 3rd & 5th Selling Slaughter Cattle at 1:00 PM.
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The family automobile is not the only piece of equipment that requires routine upkeep to ensure it is operating properly. Life on a farm can come to a screeching halt if farm equipment is not properly maintained. Farmers invest hundreds of thousands of dollars on agricultural equipment, such as tractors, tillers, hoppers, and dozers. Adhering to maintenance schedules can prevent breakdowns and decrease the need for potentially costly emergency repairs. Keep it clean Cleaning the surface of equipment can go a long way toward keeping it operating smoothly. Use a pressure washer to remove caked-on mud and other debris. Titan iron suppliers recommend quickly washing equipment after usage so that substances do not have the chance to harden. Learn the equipment Over time, it is possible to employ your sens-
es of sight, sound and even smell to determine if equipment is working properly. Familiarize yourself with the owner's manual so you can troubleshoot minor problems. Any unusual sounds, odors or responses from the gear should be noted. Routine maintenance checks Routinely inspect hoses, fittings, and seals to ensure they are in good working condition. Be sure fluids, such as coolant and oil, are at the proper levels. Check and replace filters as needed. Tires need to be properly inflated, and inspect the battery for corrosion or other signs that it may need to be replaced. Check belts for cracks. Tour the exterior of the equipment looking at signals and lights to ensure they are in proper working order. Hardware should be tightened and any missing pieces replaced. Heavy farm equipment needs motor oil, hydraulic oil and filters changed more frequently than automobiles. Such equipment also may need more
frequent lubrication of chains and cables. Always check and inspect equipment prior to jobs requiring heavy and extended usage. Expect some welding Have a knowledgeable welder on call to make repairs as needed, or develop your skills to a point where you feel comfortable making your own spot repairs. The experts at Miller, producers of welding equipment, say cleaning the surface area and removing any paint, oil or corrosion from the metal area that needs repairing can make for smooth, durable welds. Multi-process welding generators and accessories can ensure the right welds for repairs in the field or in the shop. Maintenance on farm equipment helps keep operations running along and protects expensive investments.
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issues, represent agricultural labor in disputes, ensure proper marketing techniques are followed, handle real estate and land use issues, and much more. • Animal control officer: These officers enforce local and regional laws that pertain to the treatment and care of animals. They patrol for distressed animals and ensure cruelty-free practices are adhered to. • Grain buyer: Grain buyers build relationships with producers so they can purchase grain for their particular companies. They negotiate purchase agreements, source grain supplies and issue purchase orders. • Poultry hatchery manager: Hatchery managers oversee all of the aspects involved in poultry hatching. These can include management of personnel, handling and sorting of eggs, maintenance of equipment, coordination of pick-ups and deliveries, and overseeing quality control. • Soil scientist: Among the many tasks they might perform, scientists in the field of
The agricultural industry provides a variety of opportunities to professionals interested in this often misunderstood field. According to the employment resource AGCareers.com, more than 250 career profiles are available to people interested in a career in agriculture. And while jobs in agriculture may not be as prevalent as they were a few centuries ago, when 72 percent of the workforce was employed in farm occupations in the United States, agriculture remains a booming industry that greatly affects the nation's economy. Today, one in 12 American jobs is depends on agriculture, according to the career resource Payscale. The following are some potential professions for those considering careers in agriculture. • Agricultural business manager: This person oversees the business operations of a farm by providing organization and leadership during the production process. He or she contacts creditors, selects seeds, buys new equipment, and ensures the distribution of product. • Agricultural lawyer: Attorneys who specialize in agriculture deal with water and environmental
agriculture test soil samples for minerals and contaminants. By studying the soil, scientists can recommend which crops the land can support, how much livestock can feed in an area and the implications of agriculture on the area as it pertains to managing natural resources. A career in agriculture presents many exciting opportunities in a number of different applications. It's a vast industry that utilizes professionals with an array of skillsets.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, agriculture is among the most hazardous industries. Fatal and nonfatal injuries pose a significant threat to farmers, including the many young people who work on farms. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, in an effort to promote productive and safe workplaces, supports programs that conduct research on injuries associated with agriculture as well as pesticide exposure, pulmonary disease, musculoskeletal disorders, hearing loss, and stress. Studying the results of such research, compiled by NIOSH, may compel veteran and novice farmers to further emphasize safety measures and promote practices that can reduce risk for accidents on the farm. • Estimates indicate that there were roughly 2.1 million full-time workers employed in production agriculture in 2017 and between 1.4 and 2.1 million hired crop workers employed annually on crop farms in the United States.
• An estimated 893,000 young people under 20 years of age resided on farms in 2014. More than half of those young people performed farm work, and an additional 266,000 youth were hired to work on farms in 2014. • Each day, roughly 100 agricultural workers suffer injuries that cause them to miss time at work. • In 2014, 12,000 youth were injured on farms, and 4,000 of those youths could trace their injuries to farm work. • In 2016, 417 farmers and farm workers died from work-related injuries. Tractor overturns and other transportation incidents were the leading cause of death for these farmers and farm workers. • A rollover protection system, or ROPS, is a structure, similar to rollcages and rollbars in cars and trucks, intended to protect farm equipment operators from injuries caused by overturns or
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FACTS AND FIGURES ON FARM SAFETY
Few things are more satisfying than biting into a fresh tomato right from the garden or seasoning a meal with herbs picked from a windowsill greenhouse. Restaurants recognize the value of such experiences, and more and more are relying on locally sourced products in their kitchens. The farm-to-table movement is not new, but it has gained momentum as consumers become increasingly enamored with the flavor and environmental impact of locally sourced foods. The National Restaurant Association found that farmto-table food was one of its top 10 trends for 2015. Furthermore, the group says that one in five consumers are willing to pay more for local food, and 41 percent admit that locally sourced ingredients influence their decisions when choosing where to dine. Newcomers to the farm-to-table dining experience may not understand all the fuss surrounding this popular trend. The following are some of the key benefits of farm-to-table.
• Peak freshness and ripeness: Local produce ripens on the plant and can be harvested at the last possible minute before it turns up on a plate. This helps ensure that it contains the highest amount of nutrients and flavor, according to the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Food that has to travel further is often picked well before it is ready, ripening on the way to stores or other vendors. • Better for the environment: Food that needn't travel far before reaching diners' plates saves roughly 500 gallons of diesel fuel to haul produce a distance of 1,500 miles. This conserves fossil fuels and prevents harmful emissions from entering the atmosphere. • Supports neighboring farms: Supporting farm-to-table restaurants and other eateries keeps business local in two different ways. It not only benefits local restaurants, but it also directly supports neighboring farms, fisheries and other suppliers.
• Accessibility to seasonal choices: Farm-totable eating provides a wide variety of in-season foods. This can translate into tastier foods because they are grown and harvested during their optimal growing season. • Reduces factory farming: According to o.info, the informational resource powered by Overstock.com, farm-to-table and local farming can reduce reliance on large, profit-driven corporations that may focus on maximum production over animal health and welfare. Local farms may be more inclined to treat their animals well and institute sustainable practices. • Learn about the community: A person might live in an area and never know that a local vineyard is in the vicinity or that a producer of straightfrom-the-hive honey is nearby. Exploring farm-totable resources can open people's eyes to local businesses doing great work in and around their communities. Farm-to-table is a popular movement that people are embracing for various reasons.
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People who live in cities, exurbs or suburbs may not come across farms very frequently. But millions of people, including children, still live on farms. In fact, in 2009 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted that more than one million children under the age of 20 lived, worked or had a regular presence on farms in the United States. Protecting children from injury on farms, especially those who perform work on farms, is of paramount importance. The American Society of Safety Engineers offers the following safety tips to parents of children who will be spending time on farms. ` • Know and obey the laws. Various state and federal laws are in place to protect young children from farm-related accidents and injuries. Age requirements dictate which jobs children can perform on a farm, and parents should adhere to those requirements. Asking children to do more
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Many people subscribe to the notion that "everything is better with bacon." Imagine being able to control the quality and flavor of pork products, and knowing just what went into producing delicious bacon? In an era of growing uncertainty about commercially produced food, many agriculturally inclined people are raising livestock right on their properties, and small-scale pig farms can be a successful venture. Despite pig's reputation as dirty animals, the animal resource PetHelpful indicates they are actually one of the cleanest farm animals. Pigs tend to wallow in mud only if they do not have proper shade and a clean, steady water supply to regulate their body temperature. Furthermore, giving pigs plenty of space to roam will enable them to keep dry,
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