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Volume 42 Issue 16 August 16, 2019

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British Columbia’s Agritech Innovation Challenge has awarded a total of $150,000 to three innovative projects. These projects will see British Columbia (B.C.) beekeepers gain an edge in the battle with the Varroa mite, mushroom producers use robots to harvest and winemakers produce wine more efficiently.

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Rob BROWN • Editor (Office) 250-782-4888 ext112 • (Cell) 403-501-1492 editor@dcdn.ca Dan PRZYBYLSKI • Sales Manager (AB Sales) (Office) 250-782-4888 ext114 • (Cell) 250-784-4319 horizon@dcdn.ca Janis KMET • Sales Associate (BC Sales) (Office) 250-782-4888 ext104 • (Cell) 250-219-0369 jkmet@dcdn.ca

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Researchers at Simon Fraser University will continue to explore how a nontoxic chemical compound can target the Varroa mite, a pest that can cause significant bee colony loss. Effective Varroa control promotes healthy hives and increases the probability of hives surviving the winter. Results from this study could lead to healthier hives in British Columbia, an increased availability of local pollinators, improved honey production, and a reduction of imported bee colonies. BarrelWise Technologies in Vancouver is developing a tool that helps winemakers care for aging wine barrels, making the process more consistent and cost effective. The venture’s equipment allows barrels to remain sealed during the entire aging process, reducing the risk of contamination. It also

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tracks key chemical data, such as free sulfur dioxide, in each barrel, allowing winemakers to better monitor and control wine production. BarrelWise hopes its tool will help further improve the quality of wine produced in British Columbia. Technology Brewing Corporation, a company located in Salmon Arm, is developing a vision guided robot capable of accurately picking, trimming and placing mushrooms in store-ready boxes. This project could help get British Columbia mushrooms to market quicker and help address the mushroom sector’s labour shortage. Each of the three projects will receive $50,000 from the federally and provincially funded Agritech Innovation Challenge, as well as mentorship and market validation training through Innovate BC. The Agriculture Innovation Challenge was presented in collaboration with Innovate BC and aims to increase the efficiency, sustainability and competitiveness of British Columbia’s agriculture, agrifood and seafood industries, while providing tech companies with access to new customers and products with global market potential.

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Breakfast Brief MONDAY’S WASDE REPORT TO (hopefully) CLEAR THE AIR (FarmLead.com, August 9) Grain markets continue to find gains ahead of Monday’s August WASDE Report, rebounding from the lows seen earlier in the week. As discussed in Wednesday’s FarmLead Breakfast Brief, recent volleys between China and the United States have amplified the trade war between the two countries and sent equity and grain markets lower. The back and forth between Washington and Beijing have kept a little pressure on soybean prices but they did rally 17 cents yesterday; Corn gained nearly 5 cents while wheat prices in Chicago earned a dime for the day. A strong reversal in soy oil prices and cool temperatures in Western Canada earlier this week has helped canola prices rebound a bit to get back above $450 CAD/MT on the futures board. The other factor supporting canola prices is just the variability of this year’s Canadian canola crop. Grain World’s crop tour last week through the Canadian Prairies showed some late crops, some just now flowering. With some really hot days last week, the flowering period could shorten, thus reducing the number of pods per plant. Across Saskatchewan, there’s a high amount of variability and production potential is being looked at more so from a field-by-field basis. That said, average cash canola prices in Western Canada for spot movement lost a little more than 9% in the 2018/19 crop year. Brazil: Big 2019/20 for Soybeans Domestic soybean prices in Brazil continue to be supported by strong demand from China, with port premiums up 70% in the last 8 weeks according to Refinitiv data. At $1.35 USD/bushel above Chicago futures values, soybean prices at the Brazilian port of Paranagua are now sitting at their highest level in 9 months. The Brazilian Real losing 5% against the U.S. Dollar in the past month has also helped domestic soybean prices climb. On that note, Brazil is expecting more demand from China and selling of both old crop and new crop is taking place, in addition to more acres being seeded this fall. Rich Nelson from Allendale notes that U.S. new crop soybean sales are the lowest they’ve been in 14 years. On the flipside, China imported 8.64 MMT of soybeans in July, 8% higher than last July and the biggest month for shipments since August 2018. An average poll of analysts is pegging Brazil’s 2019/20 soybean crop at 90.68M acres, up 2.3% yearover-year. As a reminder, farmers in the South American country can start planting the oilseed after September 15th. It’s logical though as even COFCO, China’s state-buying grain agency, said that they’re expanding their operations in Brazil and will increase soybean purchases by 5% from Brazil for each of the next 5 years. They also are planning to expand its renewable energy portfolio, on top of the four ethanol plants it already operates in Brazil. The fact remains that U.S. ag exports to China dropped by 50% last year and the Wall Street Journal reports that tens of thousands of jobs are expected to be lost in the American ag sector as a result of the weaker trade. To be clear, this doesn’t include those farmers who might be considering bankruptcy as the double-whammy of the trade war and a poor Plant 2019 was just too much to handle financially. Some of the discontent boiled over this week as the leaders of various farm groups called out U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, and his boss, President Trump, at a fair in Minnesota for continuing to inflict damage on U.S. farmers. August WASDE Report Expectations In my opinion, the biggest thing to watch for in Monday’s WASDE report will be acres. Quite simply, the July WASDE was completely useless because the acreage numbers that lay the foundation for production were completely irrelevant and the USDA knew it. More specifically, the USDA used the June acreage report numbers in the July WASDE report, despite acknowledging that those acreage numbers were going to be re-surveyed (basically implying that even the USDA didn’t believe them!). Accordingly, the average pre-report estimate for acres in this WASDE report is pegged at 87.998M for corn and 81.006M for soybeans. Compare this to the July WASDE report acres of 91.7M for corn and 80M for soybeans. In terms of the range, the lowest corn acres estimate was 83.4M while the highest was 89.8M, ultimately meaning that, if the USDA doesn’t drop their estimate by at least 2M acres, things could get pretty bearish based on what the market is currently expecting to see. After acres, yield will be the second-most important thing to watch in my opinion. Average expectations from analysts ahead of Monday’s WASDE report is for U.S. corn yields to come in at 164.9 bushels per acre and soybeans at 47.6, both a bit below July’s numbers. 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Feed Pea & Faba Bean Feed Benchmark Pricing

Canadian Grain Commission

Week of July 19 - July 23, 2019 Central Alberta

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(Red Deer & Area) Saskatoon & Area

Feed Pea Benchmark

Western Division Primary Elevators (in 000â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of tonnes)

Faba Bean Feed Benchmark Competing Feed Ingredients Feed Barley Wheat - Red (12% CP) Wheat - Soft White (10.5% CP) Wheat DDGS Corn Corn DDGS (RO) Canola Meal Soybean Meal (46%) Canola Oil

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Producer Deliveries - Week 52, July 22 - July 31, 2019 Man Sask Alta B.C. Total Wheat 122.9 201.8 102.7 3.1 430.5 Amber Durum 165.5 28.0 193.5 Oat 5.8 11.8 4.6 1.5 23.7 Barley 1.0 8.4 4.4 0.5 14.3 Rye 0.6 0.1 0.7 Flaxseed 1.2 3.2 0.2 4.6 Canola 55.7 173.8 109.8 0.9 340.2 Peas 1.4 27.8 19.9 0.3 49.4 Corn 0.9 0.9 Beans 2.5 2.5 Lentils 0.2 48.2 6.1 54.5 Total 192.2 640.6 275.7 6.3 1,114.8 Crop Y-T-D Producer Deliveries to Primary Elevators to July 31, 2019 Man Sask Alta B.C. Total Wheat 4,489.4 8,746.1 6,887.6 127.7 20,250.8 Amber Durum 0.2 4,089.6 680.5 4,770.3 Oat 497.5 1,043.6 173.5 49.0 1,763.6 Barley 50.5 1,842.9 695.0 29.1 2,617.5 Rye 82.9 14.6 2.5 100.0 Flaxseed 54.4 264.2 35.5 354.1 Canola 1,763.2 6,200.8 3,220.9 113.7 11,298.6 Peas 68.6 1,598.5 1,438.5 68.6 3,174.2 Corn 138.2 11.9 10.4 160.5 Beans 81.2 2.9 1.1 85.2 Lentils 12.2 1,666.1 150.7 1.9 1,830.9 Total 7,238.3 25,481.2 13,296.2 390.0 46,405.7

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All prices are in Canadian dollars per metric tonne Market Comments - Grain prices in Alberta and Saskatchewan have continued to soften with the rain a few weeks back mitigating drought conditions. High corn prices have kept prices fairly firm in Manitoba. There is still a significant spread from old crop to new crop, but so far old crop price has done most of the work in Alberta and Saskatchewan to get to an eventual meeting point later in the fall. Proteins have remained relatively flat although futures is up today, but Canadian dollar is stronger. Feed pea prices have remained relatively flat and have firmed a little in Alberta. * Models have been updated to reflect the latest nutrient compositions of feed ingredients, which is done periodically. Feed Pea / Faba Bean Benchmark - The feed pea/faba bean feed benchmarks are intended to be used as a pricing reference. This benchmark provides a consistent and unbiased estimate of the feeding value of peas and low tannin faba beans in the three regions shown. Feed peas and faba beans will trade at various differentials to the benchmark based on local supply/demand, quality differences and other contract terms.

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Feed Pea / Faba Bean Feed Benchmark Calculation - The feed pea/faba bean feed benchmarks are an estimate of the feeding value of dry peas/low tannin faba beans in Western Canada, based on the value of competing feed ingredients in swine rations. Bi-weekly, tradable prices for the major feed ingredients are collected for the three regions shown above. These prices are then entered into a least cost feed formulation that is typical for grower-finisher swine in Western Canada. A feeding value is then derived for feed peas/faba beans based on their nutritional characteristics and the prices of the competing feed ingredients. The least cost feed formulation was developed in consultation with the Prairie Swine Centre. In addition to the feed ingredients shown above, the feed formulation also includes canola oil, synthetic lysine, synthetic methionine, synthetic threonine, synthetic tryptophan, mono-dicalcium phosphate, limestone, salt, vitamins and minerals. Data taken from the website of the Alberta Pulse Growers (http://pulse.ab.ca) at 2:15 p.m., July 23, 2019

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Primary Elevator Shipments - Week 52, July 22 - July 31, 2019 Man Sask Alta B.C. Total Wheat 177.5 186.6 141.7 4.9 510.7 Amber Durum 87.8 10.0 97.8 Oat 7.0 25.2 3.7 1.3 37.2 Barley 1.3 17.8 11.1 0.9 31.1 Rye 1.5 1.5 Flaxseed 2.2 1.2 0.2 3.6 Canola 34.0 116.1 101.8 1.8 253.7 Peas 1.0 28.8 19.1 0.4 49.3 Corn 1.9 3.8 11.7 17.4 Beans 2.5 2.5 Lentils 0.1 24.6 4.5 29.2 Total 229.0 491.9 303.8 9.3 1,034.0 Crop Year-to-Date Primary Elevator Shipments to July 31, 2019 Man Sask Alta B.C. Total Wheat 4,630.9 8,974.4 6,888.8 122.9 20,617.0 Amber Durum 0.3 3,979.6 668.2 4,648.1 Oat 540.7 1,074.4 155.9 49.2 1,820.2 Barley 54.0 1,860.7 696.7 28.7 2,640.1 Rye 105.8 20.3 1.7 127.8 Flaxseed 58.0 283.5 36.2 377.7 Canola 1,731.7 6,021.2 3,075.3 108.1 10,936.3 Peas 67.2 1,584.6 1,462.7 71.4 3,185.9 Corn 126.8 33.9 452.3 613.0 Beans 67.9 3.3 1.6 72.8 Lentils 10.0 1,640.8 156.5 2.3 1,809.6 Total 7,393.3 25,476.7 13,595.9 382.6 46,848.5

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GRAIN FUTURE REPORT Grain Future Prices - as of August 9, 2019 Last 463.10s 454.60 463.00 470.30 Last 498-4s 498-4 501-2 508-4 Last 426-0s 416-2 432-4 448-2 Last 600-4s 520-2 532-0 546-0 Last 409-0 416-6 427-2 Last 275-4 275-6 278-0s Last 866-2 876-4 889-2 Last 29.60 29.46 29.60 Last 296.4 298.2

Change + 2.10 + 2.40 + 2.30 + 2.80 Change + 8-0 unch + 1-2 + 0-4 Change + 0-6 - 2-2 - 2-4 - 3-4 Change - 0-4 - 0-2 unch + 0-2 Change - 2-0 - 1-4 - 1-2 Change + 0-6 + 1-6 + 7-0 Change + 1-2 + 6-2 + 6-2 Change + 0.64 + 0.45 + 0.48 Change + 1.6 + 1.4

Open 0.00 453.00 460.70 467.40 Open 0-0 498-2 499-2 508-0 Open 0-0 417-0 432-6 449-4 Open 0-0 521-0 532-4 545-4 Open 410-6 418-2 428-2 373-0 275-6 273-0 273-6 Open 871-6 870-6 883-4 Open 29.60 28.99 29.11 Open 295.6 297.2

High 463.10 456.00 464.50 471.70 High 498-4 505-2 506-2 513-6 High 426-0 421-0 436-6 453-0 High 600-4 522-0 533-4 547-2 High 417-0 424-4 434-2 High 275-6 276-6 278-0 High 871-6 878-2 891-0 High 29.60 29.66 29.76 High 296.9 299.1

Low 463.10 450.10 459.20 467.40 Low 498-4 496-0 497-4 505-6 Low 426-0 415-4 431-4 447-2 Low 600-4 520-0 531-2 545-4 Low 408-4 416-2 426-6 Low 273-2 272-6 273-4 Low 866-0 869-2 881-6 Low 29.60 28.84 28.96 Low 294.5 296.0

Volume 0 15,796 4,188 1,017 Volume 0 54,098 39,233 11,818 Volume 0 39,782 41,295 8,748 Volume 0 1,890 1,649 491 Volume 138,226 197,378 32,139 Volume 29 145 12 Volume 1,385 11,474 55,436 Volume 162 21,029 8,046 Volume 609 10,976

Prev. Stl. 461.00 452.20 460.70 467.50 Prev. Stl. 490-4 498-4 500-0 508-0 Prev. Stl. 425-2 418-4 435-0 451-6 Prev. Stl. 601-0 520-4 532-0 545-6 Prev. Stl. 411-0 418-2 428-4 Prev. Stl. 274-6 274-0 271-0 Prev. Stl. 865-0 870-2 883-0 Prev. Stl. 28.96 29.01 29.12 Prev. Stl. 294.8 296.8

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Daily Grain & Feed Grain Report Daily Grain Prices - Aug. 9, 2019

Weekly Feed Grain Report - Aug. 9, 2019

Alberta Canola Producers Commission (http://dashboard.albertacanola.com/reports/weekly-grains) CANOLA - #1 Peace Region Northern Alberta Southern Alberta Spot $9.63 ( + $0.04 ) $9.72 ( + $0.05 ) $9.74 ( + $0.04 ) September 2019 $9.59 ( + $0.04 ) $9.70 ( + $0.05 ) $9.70 ( + $0.04 ) October 2019 $9.61 ( + $0.05 ) $9.73 ( + $0.05 ) $9.75 ( + $0.05 ) November 2019 $9.63 ( + $0.05 ) $9.76 ( + $0.05 ) $9.80 ( + $0.04 ) December 2019 $9.80 ( + $0.12 ) $9.93 ( + $0.09 ) $9.98 ( + $0.04 ) January 2020 $9.81 ( + $0.12 ) $9.95 ( + $0.12 ) $10.01 ( + $0.11 ) February 2020 $9.95 ( + $0.14 ) $10.06 ( + $0.13 ) $10.13 ( + $0.11 ) WHEAT - #1 CPSR - 11.5% Peace Region Northern Alberta Southern Alberta Spot $5.17 ( - $0.02 ) $5.24 ( - $0.02 ) $5.25 ( - $0.03 ) September 2019 $5.16 ( - $0.02 ) $5.24 ( - $0.02 ) $5.24 ( - $0.02 ) October 2019 $5.18 ( - $0.02 ) $5.27 ( - $0.02 ) $5.30 ( - $0.02 ) November 2019 $5.20 ( - $0.02 ) $5.28 ( - $0.02 ) $5.29 ( - $0.02 ) December 2019 $5.32 ( - $0.03 ) $5.40 ( - $0.03 ) $5.41 ( - $0.03 ) January 2020 $5.34 ( - $0.03 ) $5.42 ( - $0.04 ) $5.44 ( - $0.03 ) February 2020 $5.36 ( - $0.03 ) $5.45 ( - $0.03 ) $5.46 ( - $0.04 ) WHEAT - #1 CWAD - 13.0% Peace Region Northern Alberta Southern Alberta Spot not available not available $6.57 ( - $0.00 ) September 2019 not available not available $6.70 ( - $0.00 ) October 2019 not available not available $6.57 ( - $0.00 ) November 2019 not available not available $6.58 ( - $0.01 ) December 2019 not available not available $6.58 ( - $0.01 ) January 2020 not available not available $6.60 ( - $0.01 ) WHEAT - #1 CWRS - 13.5% Peace Region Northern Alberta Southern Alberta Spot $5.99 ( - $0.01 ) $6.09 ( - $0.02 ) $6.15 ( - $0.02 ) September 2019 $6.01 ( - $0.02 ) $6.13 ( - $0.02 ) $6.17 ( - $0.01 ) October 2019 $6.03 ( - $0.02 ) $6.16 ( - $0.02 ) $6.22 ( - $0.03 ) November 2019 $6.09 ( - $0.02 ) $6.21 ( - $0.02 ) $6.26 ( - $0.02 ) December 2019 $6.15 ( - $0.02 ) $6.28 ( - $0.02 ) $6.33 ( - $0.01 ) January 2020 $6.19 ( - $0.01 ) $6.32 ( - $0.02 ) $6.39 ( - $0.02 ) YELLOW PEAS - #2 Peace Region Northern Alberta Southern Alberta Spot $6.29 ( $0.00 ) $6.49 ( - $0.00 ) $6.35 ( - $0.02 ) September 2019 not available $6.19 ( $0.00 ) $6.15 ( + $0.01 ) October 2019 not available $6.27 ( $0.00 ) $6.20 ( - $0.01 ) November 2019 not available $6.34 ( $0.00 ) $6.26 ( - $0.00 ) December 2019 not available $6.34 ( $0.00 ) $6.28 ( + $0.02 ) January 2020 not available not available not available

Statistics & Data Development Branch, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry FEED GRAIN BIDS (Different Delivery Points) Week of Aug. 05/19 Previous Week Wheat Lethbridge $240.00 - $255.00 $255.00 - $262.00 Red Deer $235.00 - $256.00 $240.00 - $254.00 Edmonton $228.00 - $250.00 $234.00 - $250.00 Oats

Edmonton

$210.00 - $250.00

$210.00 - $259.00

Peas

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$246.00 - $260.00

$246.00 - $260.00

Barley

Lethbridge MH/Brooks Calgary Red Deer Vermillion Edmonton Grande Prairie

$245.00 - $261.00 $225.00 - $250.00 $247.00 - $247.00 $245.00 - $265.00 $225.00 - $252.62 $240.00 - $255.00 $208.00 - $236.54

$245.00 - $269.00 $250.00 - $253.00 $256.00 - $256.00 $245.00 - $265.00 $245.73 - $252.62 $240.00 - $260.00 $206.69 - $236.54

$296.11 $438.40

Previous Week $299.67 $423.08

CANOLA CRUSHER on Aug. 07/19 Meal (FOB) Seed (Del)

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A reason to care…physically and mentally stimulating horses We have all heard that it is the release that teaches. However, there needs to first be a contrasting stimulation in order for the release to be meaningful, otherwise it is very hard to give the release in the first place. After the horse offers a try, allowing him time to rest and relax can be a release, as is sometimes allowing the horse to move. Rubbing or stroking the horse in a way the horse appreciates can be a release; these concepts have great value to the horse and are much needed and appreciated if they have been physically and/

or mentally stimulated. When and if you are using a rub as a release, it has to be done like you mean it. Sometimes you may only be mentally stimulating the horse because you didn’t ask them to move their feet. In those times when you do ask a horse to move their feet, it should be to mentally stimulate them, not to play them out. We should always be striving to create a calmer, braver, smarter horse; not one that is just tired. The key to this is to be sure to stimulate the growth in the horse mentally and physically. It is

not possible to rub a horse until they become smart or brave. It can become a reward for them if done at the right time and with the right feel. If you think about someone following you around the house rubbing your back, where ever you went, for no particular reason. Your back isn’t sore, but it is starting to get sore and a blister from all the rubbing. On the other hand, if you were picking rocks all day, trimming horses, or weeding the garden, a nice massage might be very welcomed. If you have been standing in one spot for a half hour and someone come

along and said “Hey why don’t you stand still for another half hour?” it might be torture rather than pleasure. Again, on the other hand, if you had been climbing a mountain for the last three hours and someone said, “Lets sit down and take a half hour breather” it would have some real value. Most horses enjoy a good rub, but many don’t. The dislike of being rubbed can be very obvious with horses that have not been handled much, with no trust or understanding established yet. Being that they are prey animals, and we are predators, it is not high on their list in the beginning. It is possible that horses that have been handled plenty but still not really enjoy a rub or rest, because they haven’t been stimulated mentally or physically and all the standing around and or rubbing just becomes an annoyance. Another example of what I’m trying to explain is if you offer a piece of pie to someone that just finished supper, ate too much and has already had two pieces of pie and you offer them more, it doesn’t have the value as it would to someone that hasn’t had any pie for months and are still hungry from supper. Asking a horse to do the same thing over and

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over when they already understand the exercise and have been doing it for a year is not stimulating for them unless you are somehow asking them to improve how they are doing that exercise. A rest for a horse when they are looking for one is a release. A rub when they are looking for one is a release. A well timed rub or rest after a horse has been physically and mentally stimulated becomes somewhat of an addiction for them and something they look for and crave rather than something they have to put up with. Create a trying horse by mentally and physically stimulating them and then offering them the contrast that they are looking for. With the correct amount of ingredients mixed together it is nothing short of amazing the speed in which horses can learn. It is equally amazing how very little change there can be, when components are missed or in short supply. Happy Horsemanship, Glenn Stewart Glenn offers year round educational horsemanship programs at his facility near Fort Saint John, BC and is available to travel and conduct clinics. For more information on Glenn and The Horse Ranch visit www.thehorseranch.com.

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To the point: vaccinations in your pets by Dr. Bev Wolney It may seem as though we talk a lot about vaccines and sometimes it can feel like we talk too much about them; however, at the Dawson Creek Veterinary Clinic we are still seeing cases of parvovirus in both puppies and kittens (in cats, the disease is called distemper, which is different than distemper in dogs). Rabies has reared its ugly head with the death of the young man on Vancouver Island last month so it seems applicable to reiterate the importance of vaccines in our small animal pets. The vaccine protocols for puppies and kittens are fairly standard no matter where you live with a slight variation of disease prevalence based on geography; for example, on Vancouver Island they will likely vaccinate puppies for leptospirosis in addition to the core vaccines. Puppies and kittens receive 3 core vaccines (or the “5-way” or “4way” vaccine) 3-4 weeks apart starting at 8 weeks of age. So, they would receive a vaccine at 8, 12, and 16 weeks and then a yearly booster after that. Vacci-

nating at 6 weeks of age is not harmful but the vaccines will not work as well due to interference from the antibodies they receive from their mother’s milk. The number of vaccines is not as important as when the last vaccine is given. The last vaccine should be given at 16 weeks of age; therefore, depending on when your puppy or kitten was first vaccinated, they may receive 4 vaccines instead of 3. The vaccines are very safe and work very well. It is difficult to see a puppy suffering from a parvovirus infection which is life threatening and costly when there are such good vaccines available to prevent this terrible disease. The rabies vaccine can be given as early as 12 weeks of age but that may vary depending on the preference of your veterinarian. And make no mistake, rabies is always present in our wildlife population. The carrier animals are different from province to province and in British Columbia it is the bat that carries rabies. But please, please, please, do not blame every bat. Only a very small percentage of bats harbour the virus so the “shoot

on sight” mentality should be reserved for those bats found dead or come into contact with humans or pets. When in doubt, contact the CFIA office or your local veterinary clinic with any questions you may have. After your puppy or kitten has had their early vaccines, they will be “boosted” a year later for both the combination vaccine and rabies. The rabies vaccine lasts at least 3 years so only needs to be updated every 3 years. The same goes for the combination vaccines. For those people who are hesitant to vaccinate that frequently, titers, or levels of antibodies, can be measured in blood to see if your pet requires a booster vaccine. Call us for more information about vaccine titers. If you are traveling to another area of Canada, please contact a veterinary clinic in that area to see what is recommended for travel there. It is always much easier to prevent a disease than to treat one. Please contact us at 250-782-5616 with any questions you may have.

Dawson Creek Veterinary Clinic Small Animal Services

• Laser Therapy • Microchips • Preventative Health Care • Medical Services • Laboratory Services • Diagnostic Imaging • Special Diagnostic Services • Surgical Services • Dental Services • Pet Nutrition • Retail Pet Supplies

Equine & Bovine Services

• Preventative Health Care • Medical Services • Laboratory Services • Diagnostic Imaging • Surgical Services • Dental Services • Laser Therapy • Feedlot & Bovine Herd Health Services • Reproductive Services • Endoscopy Services

Dawson Creek Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Mike Ross

Dr. Zoë Ross

Committed to friendly, quality care Small Animal: 250-782-5616 Large Animal: 250-782-1080 info@dcvet.ca 238-116th 116th Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC Across from the Fairgrounds

Dr. Christa Harder Dr. Katrina Barth

238 -116 Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC V1G 3C8 Across from the Fairgrounds

(250) 782-1080 Small Animals: (250) 782-5616

Large Animals:

www.dcvet.ca

Find us on Facebook

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Cattle Directory 2019

ANGUS

ASPEN HILL & HEART VALLEY Two Names. One Program. Annual Red and Black Bull Sale -2nd Thursday in MarchLyons Teepee Creek Event Centre

Gumbo Gulch Do you have something you would like to share with the Northern Horizon Cattle Company community?

www.aspenhillenterprises.com

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George LeBlanc 780-402-9509 gleblanc1@live.com Chris Tschetter 780-978-6406 Wanham, Alberta

PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS • New Calf or Bull Purchase?

Visitors Welcome • Interesting Article or Video? • 4-H Accomplishment?

Mile 11 on #2 Highway South of Dawson Creek Join us on Facebook Today! Stevehttps://www.facebook.com/NorthernHorizonDC/ Aylward (C) 250.784-5136 • Email: gsaylward@gmail.com

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Gumbo Gulch Cattle Company Dale & Steve Aylward, Dawson Creek, BC 250-786-5478 Harvest Angus Tom & Carolyn de Waal, Prince George, BC 250-960-0022 Heart of the Valley Farms Brad & Aleta Chappell, Courtenay, BC 250-897-0619

Consigning Females to BC Elite Sale Fri, Oct 11, 2019 - Harvest Angus Ranch, Prince George

Trevor Binks and Melanie Klassen Registered & Commercial Angus Cattle 780-539-7128 | C: 780-518-0630 Grande Prairie, AB

Lakeroad Black Angus Jim & Donna Rowe, Worsley, AB 780-685-2141 M.C. Quantock Mac & Pat Creech, Lloydminster, AB 800-561-2855 Mountain Side Angus John & Judy Mayer, Beaverlodge, AB 780-831-8497

North Point Angus

Red & Black Angus Yearlings & 2-Yr-Olds

Box Box 2139 2139 High Prairie, AB T0G 1E0 zahacy@telus.net

Mark & Ginger Zahacy Phone (780) 523-5356 Cell (780) 523-1356

Dawson Co-op Home & Agro POND POND SLUDGE SLUDGE CONTROL CONTROL -- NATURES NATURES POND POND -- PONDER PONDER POND POND ALGAE ALGAE CONTROL CONTROL -- COPPER COPPER SULPHATE SULPHATE -- HYDROGEN HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PEROXIDE

ATV ATV SPRAYERS SPRAYERS -- 15 15 & & 20 20 GALLON GALLON ATV ATV SPOT SPOT SPRAYERS SPRAYERS -- 20 GALLON ATV BOOMLESS 20 GALLON ATV BOOMLESS 25FT 25FT COVERAGE COVERAGE -- 40 GALLON TRAILER SPRAYER 40 GALLON TRAILER SPRAYER W/BOOM W/BOOM -- 65 65 GALLON GALLON UTV UTV BOOMLESS BOOMLESS SPRAYER SPRAYER

Located at the corner of HWY 49 and Parkhill Drive • 250.782.3371

56619

Brandl Cattle Co. Byron & Gwen Brandl, Jarvie, AB 780-954-2599 Cinder Angus Brad Yoder & Nicolle Hoskins, Barrhead, AB 780-674-5773 Classic Livestock Freeman & Zoe Iwasiuk, High Prairie, AB 780-507-5077 Clear River Red Angus Lloyd, Donna & Mackay Ross, Cleardale, AB 800-667-2251 Clegg Angus Greg & Janis Clegg, Sturgeon County, AB 780-910-8553 Crestland Farms Ltd. John & Martha Harms, Buffalo Head Prairie, AB 780-926-9540 Dwajo Angus Dwayne, Joanne & Jesse Emery, Camp Creek, AB 780-674-4410

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Altona Falls Red Angus Dan & Trudy Loewen, Altona, BC 250-630-2146

48543

ANGUS

Horizon Red Angus Phillip Driedger, La Crete, AB 780-926-5896 J Lazy A Ranch Jarin & Amber Carter, Sexsmith, AB 780-518-9652 KJOS Black Angus Marty & Miriam Kjos, Fort St. John, BC 250-787-0970

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Excel Ranches Ron & Barb/Cody & Amy Miller, Westlock, AB 780-349-0644 Fineline Red Angus Nick & Lorraine van Gaalen, LaGlace, AB 780-568-3906 Gomack Red Angus Braydon Gough, Deadwood, AB 780-274-0099 GRA-TAN Farn Grant & Tanya Chittick, Mayerthorpe, AB 780-786-2181


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Silver Willow Ranch Selling Yearling & 2-Year-Old Registered Black Angus Bulls Off the Ranch by Private Treaty

Purebred Angus Genetics Box 159, Cleardale, AB T0H 3Y0 Pete (cell): 780-835-8291 www.northwaycattle.ca 56616

RR 2 Sexsmith, AB T0H 3C0

Ph: 780.356.3611 • Cell: 780.402.5617 • Email: schweitzerre@gpnet.ca

Maynard Boese (780) 568-4340

Penson Angus Darren Penson, Sexsmith, AB 780-814-4993 Poplar Meadows Tanya, Monty, & Taylor Belsham, Houston, BC 250-845-8474

59166

Owner: Kelly Ollenberger 1-250-262-1432

ROY & ERIKA SCHWEITZER

Curtis Boese (780) 876-4526

Spruce Lane Ranch Andrew & Vivian Miller, Bay Tree AB 780-864-5035

BLONDE D’AQUITAINE Dusty Acre Blondes & Painted K Farms

Looking to add a li�le gold in your herd try a Blonde d’Aquai�ne

(250) 263-4904 • sjtrask@pris.ca Box 127, Montney, BC, V0C 1Y0

56720

Jack & Shannon Trask

Ads work.

You just read one.

Registered Red Angus

Yearling and 2 Year Old bulls For Sale by Private Treaty Contact

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Clarence & Darleen Budal

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- Located ten minutes north of Dawson Creek. - Producing full blood easy calving bulls - Homozygous Polled, Double & Single Polled - Full herd evalua�on on BIO Track

Contact Shellie or Kaylyn Cell (250) 784-4628 Email dustyacreblondes@outlook.com Can find us on face book and the web

CHAROLAIS Briar Ridge Stock Farm Randy & Chris Haddow, Dawson Creek, BC 250-786-5048 Chad, Leah, Gene & Addison Haddow, Dawson Creek, BC 250-784-3924 Dry Creek Ranch Seth Harmon, Cecil Lake, BC 250-781-3617 Eldon & Marilyn Cassity Wembley, AB 780-766-2887

Silent K Stock Farms Delano & Megan Kjos, Tomslake, BC 403-827-1819

8 WAY CHAROLAIS 56627

SOMEONE’S LIFE DEPENDS ON IT

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Valanjou Charolais Phillipe & Rae Lusson, Clyde, AB 780-348-5683 Wrangler Charolais Farm Wade & Sherry Meakin, Westlock, AB 780-349-1650

GELBVIEHS AdamsGreen Gelbvieh David & Janice Adams, High Prairie, AB 780-524-5382

MILNE’S RANCH

Raising Quality Charolais Cattle to meet the needs of the Commercial Industry!

Registered Black & Red Angus Joe & Courtney Schulz Box 43 Site 2 R R 1 | Spirit River AB 780 351 2608 | 780 864 6448 joeschulz@hotmail.ca

DRIVE SAFE

988778

Quality Registered Yearling & 2-yr-old Bulls for Sale on the Farm

780-836-2788

Pro-Char Charolais David & Kristina Prokuda, Glenevis, AB 780-932-1654 Spruce View Charolais Andrew & Effie Lakusta, Andrew, AB 780-719-0264 Triangle Stock Farm Vance & Michelle Kleppler, Stony Plain, AB 780-968-2354

TAKE YOUR TIME

RED GOAD CASH OUT 127’16 HERD BULLS: RED YY EXPEDITOR 3X RED CROWFOOT MOONSHINE 3240A

Email: sawmillangus@abnorth.com Coffee is Always On!

56622

Red Angus Bulls and Heifers for Sale off the Farm

Selling Registered Black Angus 2 Year Old Bulls & Bred Commercial Heifers

Like Us on

Lazy S Charolais

SMOKY RIVER RED ANGUS

BULLS FOR SALE OFF THE FARM

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JayDawn Farms Jason & Nicole McQuaig, Sexsmith, AB 780-933-5530 Johnson Charlolais Stephen & Herb Johnson, Barrhead, AB 780-305-9196

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Kevin & Barbara Quist Phone: 780.876.4649 Email: kbqrr2@hotmail.com

(The Profitable Kind)

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Nikki, Kristin, Whitney & Courtney Drschiwiski Box 18, Cecil Lake, BC V0C 1G0 Ph: 250-785-6362 Cell: 250-261-0826 (Nikki) Cell: 250-329-4816 (Courtney) eightway@pris.ca wanderlust_blues@yahoo.ca

Selling 1 and 2 Year Old Red & Black Gelbvieh Bulls Harold 780.835.0365 Bev 780.834.7704

Box 1573 Fairview, AB

www.milneranch.com

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HEREFORDS Aspenridge Stock Farms Jason Wells, Hythe, AB 780-518-2439 46843

Herefords Charolais Simmentals

VISITORS WELCOME LIKE US ON

Randy & Chris Haddow 250-786-5048 Chad, Gene, Addison, Leah & Wyatt Haddow 250-784-3924

BENWYN HEREFORDS VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME

Bill Bentley - (250) 843-7575 Doug Bentley - (250) 843-7364 BENWYN FARM LTD. PROGRESS, BC V0C 2E0

20 miles West of Dawson Creek Hwy 97 South 3/4 mile North of Progress (Rd 255)

Chittick Family Hereford Ranch Raymond & Mona Chittick, Whitecourt, AB 780-778-0150 Eureka Hereford Farms Tom Basnett, Eureka River, AB 780-834-8170 Gold Stock Hereford Farms Charlie & Steven White, Beaverlodge, AB 780-354-3190 Gurtler Farms Garry Gurtler, North Star, AB 780-836-2125 Hilltop Honey Ranch Brian & Dana Smith, Pouce Coupe, BC 250-719-5548 M.C. Quantock Mac & Pat Creech, Lloydminster, AB 800-561-2855 Reber’s Polled Herefords Serena & Kasey Reber, Woking, AB 780-518-2643

Dry Creek Ranch Gordon & Carla Harmon, Cecil Lake, BC 250-781-3617 Excel Ranches Ron & Barb Miller, Cody & Amy Miller, Westlock, AB 780-349-0644 Hillview Farms Raymond & Corine Verbeek, Sturgeon County, AB 780-939-2173 Lakeroad Limousin Jim, Donna & Jackie Rowe, Worsley, AB 780-835-9588 Pinnacle View Limousin Rob & Cheryl Swan, Quesnel, BC Erin & Eric Kishkan, Quesnel, BC 250-747-2618

RED POLLS Shadow Creek Red Polls

• Maternal traits with light birth weights • Dual purpose – high milk production • Registered Bulls For Sale. Dean & Marsha Anderson – Fort St John, BC

SALERS DynaRich Salers Richard & Dianne Andersen, Eckville, AB 403-746-2919

SHORTHORNS 58935

Box 223 Groundbirch, BC V0C 1T0

Registered Purebred & Fleckvieh Simmentals 250-780-2141 hm 250-219-8200 cell 250-219-8008 cell

info@fallentimberfarms.com www.fallentimberfarms.com

GRA-TAN Farm Grant & Tanya Chittick, Mayerthorpe, AB 780-786-2181 Grimm Ranches Miles Grimm & Laurie Schaub, Grimshaw, AB 780-971-2217 Halfway River Simmentals Eckbert & Christa Weitzel Georg & Sarah Weitzel, Charlie Lake, BC 250-263-8237

www.shadowcreek.farm • marshascows@hotmail.com

North 42 Cattle Company Heath Barnfield, Sexsmith, AB 780-897-3339 Voss Family Salers Randy & Lesli Voss, Hythe, AB 780-814-1534

Hodges Simmentals Roy & Scot Hodges, Beaverlodge, AB 780-512-4669 JayDawn Farms Jason & Nicole McQuaig, Sexsmith, AB 780-933-5530 KIN-KIN Cattle Co. Gary & Faye Chittick, Mayerthorpe, AB 780-786-4500 KRS Simmentals K. Reanne Sanford, Quesnel, BC 250-991-9496 KSL Simmentals Keagan Scorgie, Beaverlodge, AB 780-518-6572 Brad Smith, Beaverlodge, AB 780-202-0254 Lakeroad Simmentals Sarah Hayward & Kolby Rowe, Fairview, AB 780-835-8841 M.C. Quantock Mac & Pat Creech, Lloydminster, AB 800-561-2855 Simmental Cattle

Quarter Horse

Tamarak Sortonrns Alvin Johnson, Brownvale, AB 780-618-9044

SIMMENTALS Albrecht Farms Steve, Tammy & Ryan Albrecht, Spirit River, AB 780-864-4259

Yearling and 2 yr. old Bulls for Sale by Private Treaty

Box 238, FAIRVIEW, ALBERTA TOH 1LO

56694

Blueberry Valley Farms Limousin Michael & Rebecca McCord, Mile 86.5 Alaska Hwy, BC 250-772-5116

Chet & Jamie Jans

Phone (250) 827-3293 or (250) 262-5638

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LIMOUSIN

Briar Ridge Stock Farm Randy & Chris Haddow, Dawson Creek, BC 250-786-5048 Chad, Leah, Gene & Addison Haddow, Dawson Creek, BC 250-784-3924

Norbert & Janice Luken 780-835-3165 Email: njluken6@gmail.com


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SPECKLE PARK

BULLS & HEIFERS FOR SALE

REGISTERED SIMMENTALS BOX 655, BEAVERLODGE, AB TOH 0C0

KEITH HODGES 780-831-7999

Home (780) 356-2113 Elden Cell (780) 518-3536

keith@arlshop.com

KEIRAN HODGES 780-933-5637

hodgey_177@hotmail.com

56624

Willow Creek Simmentals Mike & Mari Klassen & Family, Debolt, AB 780-957-2814

PEACE COUNTRY SIMMENTALS Box 154, Cecil Lake, BC V0C 1G0 www.peacecountrysimmentals.com

Cody & Rodi Murray Beaverlodge, AB

(780) 831-5781 cdymurray@yahoo.ca

CK RANC O R M H R RI R

2 year old Simmental Bulls FOR SALE on the farm

Willowdale Simmentals 46841

Rachido Ranch Randy & Donna Chittick, Mayerthorpe, AB 780-786-4373 Rosefield Simmentals James & Martha Wiebe, Prespatou, BC 250-630-2621 SIBL Simmentals The Smith Families, Cherhill, AB 780-785-2045

Performance Breeding Stock ● Polled Reds & Blacks Dale and Judy Smith & Family (780) 524-2790

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JASON, CORINNA, WILLIAM AND MARIAH HARVEY

DAWSON CREEK, BC

250-719-9575

Box 1555 Valleyview, AB T0H 3N0 24km North of Valleyview on Highway 49

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J&M Farms JERRY & GEM GIESBRECHT 250.262.7867

REGISTERED PUREBRED SPECKLE PARK CATTLE 56611

Elden, Einar and Ole Bakkehaug Box 156, Hythe, AB T0H 2C0

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Home of Polled & Horned 100% Full Blood & Purebred Fleckvieh

www.willowdaleca�le.com

Wolfe Farms Tony Wolfe, Valleyview, AB 780-524-3939

CLEARFAB’s SUMMER SALE BETTER BUILT BYCOMBO DESIGN steel frame • No bolts • Durable red FREE STANDING PANELSCLEARFAB & GATESSolid BY CLEARFAB endure paint on all units 3” manilla rope

CATTLE OILER $2,650

• Gravity-fed system 12gal tankselfCLEARFAB Free Standing Corral Panels are designed to replace your old wooden corral panels. Our with panels have Op�onal tub suppor�ng legs that are bent and angled; elimina�ng the need for extra posts. The•design ofmineral a CLEARFAB Free Standing • 2-Year warranty on all components Panel guarantees you a quick set-up; allowing you to configure your pen to best meet your livestock handling needs.

CLEARFAB Gates

2-7/8” Pipe Frame • 1” rod • 24’ long 15’6” solid • 6’6” swing • Weld on Hinge

Ask about special pricing on bulk orders!

CLEARFAB

MOBILE WATERING SYSTEM

$7,750

See our complete line of livestock handling equipment at See our complete line of livestock handling equipment at

www.clearfabmanufacturing.ca www.clearfabmanufacturing.ca

SUMMER COMBO SPECIAL Ca�le Oiler + Mobile Watering System

$9,955

for all July orders

A Complete “Plug and Play” 24V Ca�le Watering System --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Government Purchasing Programs Available

Contact Henry Henry Contact (780) 834-7512 834-7512 (780)

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2-7/8” Pipe • 7/8” rods • 24’ long • 5’2” tall Weld on locks and chains • Legs are bent and angled, not flat

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CLEARFAB Free Standing Panels

• Retro-fit kits available for other oilers


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Task force to boost B.C. agriculture through tech, innovation The Province has created the Food Security Task Force to find new ways to use technology and innovation to strengthen B.C.’s agriculture sector and grow the economy by helping farmers farm and processors become more productive, now and in the future. “By helping farmers put more B.C. farmland into production, our government is supporting the province’s agricultural industry and strengthening food security for all British Columbians,” said Lana Popham, Minister of Agriculture. “We are always looking for new ideas as we continue to help farmers produce more, grow new crops and develop thriving businesses. I know the task force will identify further innovations to support the sector and I’m looking forward to receiving their recommendations.” The three-member task force,

led by Peter Dhillon, chair, with Arvind Gupta and Lenore Newman as members, will assess and provide strategic advice on opportunities to: -apply agri-technologies to help farmers and producers enhance productivity, increase economic competitiveness and sustainability, reduce waste and help make sure B.C. farmers are growing the food needed to meet demand; -expand the emerging agritech industry in B.C. as a standalone economic sector to produce technologies that will be in demand globally; -support the objectives of CleanBC, both through the adoption of technologies and practices that will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions; and

-increase access to fresh, healthy food and support local economies in communities throughout B.C. “This task force will evaluate ways of innovating in this important sector with the goal of improving access to quality, healthy food for everyone,” said Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology. “It will also make recommendations to support our agritech companies as they scale up and anchor their operations here at home, creating clean jobs for British Columbians and contributing to a sustainable economy for the future.” Raghwa Gopal, president and CEO, Innovate BC, will participate on an invited basis as an ex-officio member of the Food Security Task Force. “B.C. has an opportunity to be the best in the world when it comes to innovation in our agricultural sector,” said Peter Dhillon. “At a time when climate change

and technology are rapidly changing how we grow food, it is more important than ever that we make sure B.C.’s agritech sector has the support it needs to thrive. On behalf of the task force, we look forward to preparing a report for the government on how B.C. can help make that happen.” The task force will speak with stakeholder groups and provide a final report to the ministers of Agriculture and Jobs, Trade and Technology by Dec. 31, 2019. The public is invited to provide comments online: https://engage. gov.bc.ca/foodsecuritytaskforce/ The 2019 speech from the throne mentioned the B.C. government would launch a food security task force to consider how B.C. can harness new technologies and innovation to produce more food, jobs and prosperity, while reducing waste.

to Cur�s and Cathy of CURTIS YORK TRUCKING for buying my steer

We would also like to thank the following 2018-2019 sponsors who have made a huge difference in our club and have made it possible to run another year!

Ace High Storage, Broden Ventures, Ca�lemen’s Development Council Ceda, Anna & Faith Collins, Corlane’s Spor�ng Goods, Dawson Creek Coop, Dawson Creek Exhibi�on Associa�on, Dawson Creek Stables Associa�on, Dawson Creek Veterinary Clinic (Mike and Zoe Ross) Douglas Lake Equipment, Dusty Acre Blondes (Shellie Wolfe and Dave Rounds) Fallen Timber Farms (Jamie and Chet Jans), GCM Laundry, Groundbirch Livestock Associa�on, Hayfever Farms (Shannon and Kristan Moebis), J.R. Honeywell Contrac�ng (Jonathan Honeywell), Marj and Duane Ke�ner, The Krantz Family, Lawrence Meats, L Auc�ons, Mcleod Community Hall, Tyler Miller, Mountain View Safety, Les and Brenda Neil, Peavey Mart, Prairie Coast Equipment, Pure Country 890, Ra�er HH Ranch (Kristy and Harv Doornbos) Ram Oilfield. Rio Grand Angus, The Roadhouse, Secure Energy (Rolla BC), 6th Gear Contrac�ng (Tyrell and Mimi Brown), South Peace Grain Co-op,The Swier Family, T3 Ranch (Chantel Dalton Odden) Target Meat Cu�ng, Tower Lake Hall, VJV Dawson Creek, most of all to my mom for pu�ng up with me!

Jody Peck brought her wild west roadshow to Rolla last week.


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The Lewis Original

The Ulterra Bit trio was the winners Friday during the kids’ wild horse race at the 97th annual DC Exhibition and Stampede. Keysha Hahn, Kolt Hahn and Britton Irvine rope a hot one! BROWN

• Rugged enough for all livestock • 8 Gallon Reservoir • Auto Drape Oiler Included • 3-Chain Synthetic Wick • Automatic Pumping Feature with Adjustable Recharge Control • Large Loop for Moving *shown with available suspended mineral feeder Sales Positions Available • 1 Full-Time or 2 Part-Time Sales & Service Agents in the Dawson Creek and Fort St. John areas

LEWIS CATTLE OILERS Sales & Service STEVE (780)524-8880

Payment Plan Available • No Interest for up to 18 Months NO CREDIT APPS • NO BANKS

56989

Need that Go-To Place for Fleet Work? No Wait Times! In and Out Quickly!

THE FALL RUN IS APPROACHING

• Automotive painting • Frame straightening • Fibreglass repairs

CATTLE MARKET OUTLOOK EVENING

with Market Update & Forecast from Special Guest Speaker Brian Perillat from Canfax

• Over height vehicles • Boats • Recreational vehicles • and much more

Friday, August 23rd Rycroft Ag Society Hall 5pm Registration $40/Member, $70/Member Pair $50/Non-Member, $90/Member Pair Supper Provided For more Information or to Register: peacecountrybeef.ca I info@pcbfa.ca | 780-835-6799 ext. 3

56985

250-782-8853

Across from PeterBilt 38 Vic Turner Airport Rd, Dawson Creek, BC

www.bfcollision.com


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Cattle Market Report VJV LIVESTOCK MARKETING GROUP

DAWSON CREEK

BEAVERLODGE

WESTLOCK

PONOKA

RIMBEY

Peter Raffan - Mgr 250-782-3766 vjvdawsoncreek@outlook.com

Peter Raffan - Mgr. 780-354-2423 vjvbeaverlodge@gpnet.ca

Travis Sekura - Mgr. 780-349-3153 office@vjvauction.com

Craig Jacklin - Mgr. 403-783-5561 office@vjvauction.com

Dean Edge 403-704-0280 office@vjvauction.com

Auction Auct ctii Date

July 30 - 159 Hd

FEEDER HEIFERS

FEEDER STEERS

CATTLE MARKET REPORT FOR AUG 16, 2019

JJuly 23 - 109 Hd

JJune 6 - 559 Hd

May 23 - 298 Hd

Aug 8 - 504 Hd

Aug 1 - 308 Hd

Aug 7 - 2411 Hd

July 31 - 469 Hd

July 16 - 95 Hd

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$225.00 $238.00

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$200.00 $216.00

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$208.00 $222.00 $195.00 $208.00 $190.00 $208.00 $190.00 $208.00 $190.00 $212.50

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$185.00 $205.00 $185.00 $205.00 $185.00 $208.25

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$168.00 $179.00

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$180.00 $195.00 $163.00 $190.50 $180.00 $200.25

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$168.00 $187.00 $128.00 $174.50 $178.00 $190.25

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n/a

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n/a

Bid Range

Low

High

Low

High

Low

High

Low

High

Low

Low

High

High

Average

300 - 399

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

400 - 499

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$200.00 $214.00

n/a

n/a

500 - 599

n/a

n/a

n/a

600 - 699

n/a

n/a

700 - 799

n/a

800 - 899

n/a

n/a

High

Low

High

n/a

n/a

n/a

$185.00 $200.00

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$180.00 $190.00

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$188.00 $198.00 $190.00 $201.00 $178.00 $195.00 $181.00 $200.00 $170.00 $186.00

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$180.00 $189.50 $175.00 $185.00 $180.00 $190.00 $190.00 $197.00 $168.00 $183.50

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$167.00 $177.00

n/a

n/a

$176.00 $189.00 $180.00 $188.50 $167.00 $180.00

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$150.00 $160.00

n/a

n/a

$166.00 $170.00 $140.00 $157.00 $165.00 $179.25

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

900 - 999

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$135.00 $160.00 $134.00 $158.00 $160.00 $176.75

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

1000+

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$125.00 $145.00

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

D1 - D2 Cows $78.00

$86.00 $78.00

D3 - D4 Cows $70.00

D1 - D2 Cows $85.00

D3 - D4 Cows

$77.00 $65.00

$77.00

D1 - D2 Cows

D1 - D2 Cows

$80.00 $92.00 $85.00

D3 - D4 Cows

$95.00

D3 - D4 Cows

$60.00 $79.00 $70.00

$83.00

$185.00 $200.00

D1 - D2 Cows $84.00

$98.00

D3 - D4 Cows $73.00

$85.00

n/a

n/a

D1 - D2 Cows $82.00

$98.00

D3 - D4 Cows $72.00

$86.00

$175.00 $183.25 Low

High

$150.00 $169.50

D1 - D2 Cows

D1 - D2 Cows

$90.00 $104.00 $85.00

D3 - D4 Cows $80.00

$90.00

$98.00

D3 - D4 Cows $72.00

$85.00

D1 - D2 Cows $82.00 $93.00

D3 - D4 Cows $70.00 $81.00

Heiferettes Heiferettes Heiferettes Heiferettes Heiferettes Heiferettes Heiferettes Heiferettes Heiferettes SLAUGHTER CATTLE $110.00 $117.00 $115.00 $127.00 $115.00 $130.00 $120.00 $143.00 $100.00 $135.00 $100.00 $130.00 $110.00 $138.00 $110.00 $130.00 $100.00 $127.00 n/a

n/a

Bologna Bulls

Feeder Bulls

Feeder Bulls

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Older Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Good Bred Hfrs n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Bologna Bulls

n/a

Good Bred Cows n/a

n/a

n/a

Good Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Older Bred Cows Older Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Good Bred Hfrs n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Good Bred Hfrs n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Feeder Bulls n/a

n/a

n/a

Older Bred Cows n/a

Bologna Bulls

n/a

Feeder Bulls

Feeder Bulls

Bologna Bulls

Bologna Bulls

Feeder Bulls

Feeder Bulls

$100.00 $123.00 $100.00 $125.00 $100.00 $130.00 $100.00 $130.00

Good Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Older Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Good Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Older Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Good Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Older Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Good Bred Cows n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Good Bred Hfrs

Good Bred Hfrs

Good Bred Hfrs

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) $2,200

Cow/Calf Prs (O)

$1,500

n/a

$1,775 $2,200 $1,800

$2,500

Cow/Calf Prs (O) $2,100

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (O) n/a

n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (O) n/a

n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (O) n/a

n/a

Feeder Bulls n/a

n/a

Good Bred Cows n/a

n/a

Older Bred Cows Older Bred Cows

Good Bred Hfrs

n/a

Bologna Bulls

$95.00 $127.00 $100.00 $128.00 $90.00 $120.00

Good Bred Hfrs

Cow/Calf Prs (O) n/a

n/a

Good Bred Cows

Cow/Calf Prs (O) $1,700

Bologna Bulls

$104.00 $116.00 $101.00 $116.00 $97.00 $112.00 $100.00 $115.00 $100.00 $125.00

Feeder Bulls

Good Bred Cows

REPLACEMENT CATTLE

Bologna Bulls

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (O) n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Good Bred Hfrs n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (O) n/a

n/a

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SHEEP, GOAT AND HOG PRODUCERS!!!

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SPECIAL SALE DATES FALL 2019

VJV WESTLOCK HAS AN EXCLUSIVE MARKET ON TOP QUALITY EWE LAMBS, GOATS AND HOGS!

VJV, DAWSON CREEK, BC

In Addition to Regular Tuesday Cattle Sales SEPTEMBER HORSE SALE Sat, Sept 14, 2019 Tack @ 9:30am • Horses @ Noon Includes selected weanlings from Clay & Colleen Anderson NORTH WEST CATTLE CO. Fri, Sept 27, 2019 • 9:00 a.m. ANCHOR D SIMMENTAL INFLUENCE CALF SALE Fri, Oct 4, 2019 • 9:00 a.m.

The demand for lamb, goat and pork is growing and the market is growing right along with it. VJV’s reputation throughout Western and Central Canada, along with its network of market facilities, uniquely positions them to put your livestock together with the feedlots, abattoirs and packing companies calling for lamb, goat and pork while assuring you of receiving top market value. If you have lambs, goats or hogs for sale, call us for an updated market report and to arrange delivery. VJV Westlock holds sheep, goat & hog sales at 11:00 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month! Our next auction dates are August 20, Sept 3 & Sept 17 Free feed and water upon delivery. Be sure your sheep are ear tagged before marketing.

FRIDAY CALF/YEARLING SALES STARTING OCTOBER 11, 2019

Can’t Get Your Sheep or Goats to Us Yourself?

PHONE TOLL FREE 1-877-349-3153

Trent Ewasiw, Sheep & Goat Rep • 1-780-349-0239 Cory Polak, Sheep & Goat Rep • 1-780-712-5749

(EMAIL) OFFICE@VJVAUCTION.COM • (WEBSITE) WWW.VJVAUCTION.COM/WESTLOCK

VJV LIVESTOCK MARKETING GROUP 301—116th Ave, Dawson Creek, BC

Ph: (250) 782-3766 • Fax: (250) 782-6622

vjvdawsoncreek@outlook.com

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VJV Beaverlodge will be assembling sheep and goats on the Monday before each sale! Call Jason at 587-343-2162 today!!! Contact us today for pre-listing or up-to-date market information.

VJV LIVESTOCK MARKETING GROUP www.vjvauction.com • Canadian Satellite Web Site: www.cslauction.com Dawson Creek

Cattle Sales

Special Sales

Peter Raffan 250.782.3766

Beaverlodge Peter Raffan 780.354.2423

Westlock Travis Sekura 780.349.3153

Ponoka Craig Jacklin 403.783.1453

Tues, Aug 20th – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Aug 27th – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 3rd – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 10th – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 17th – 9:00 a.m.

Thurs, Sept 5th – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Sept 12th – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Sept 19th – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Sept 26th – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Oct 3rd – 9:00 a.m.

Thurs, Aug 22nd – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Aug 29th – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Sept 5th – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Sept 12th – 9:00 a.m. Thurs, Sept 19th – 9:00 a.m.

Wed, Aug 21st – 9:00 a.m. Wed, Aug 28th – 9:00 a.m. Wed, Sept 4th – 9:00 a.m. Wed, Sept 11th – 9:00 a.m. Wed, Sept 18th – 9:00 a.m.

Dawson Creek

Beaverlodge

Northwest Cattle Co Calf Sale Fri, Sept 27 – 9:00 a.m. Anchor D Simm Infl Calf Sale Fri, Oct 4 – 9:00 a.m. Horse Sale Sat, Sept 14 - 9:30 a.m.

Sheep Assembly Day To VJV Westlock Mon, Aug 19th - 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mon, Sept 2nd - 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mon, Sept 16th – 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Call 587-343-2162

Westlock Bred Cow Sale Sat, Oct 26 – 11:00 a.m. Sheep & Goat Sales Tues, Aug 20th - 11:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 3rd - 11:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 17th - 11:00 a.m. Horse Sale Sat, Sept 21 – 10:00 a.m. Sat, Oct 19 – 10:00 a.m.

Ponoka Anchor D Simm Influence Calf Sale Wed, Oct 2 – 9:00 a.m. Angus Influence Calf Sale Wed, Oct 23 – 9:00 a.m.

Rimbey Dean Edge 403.704.0280 Tues, Aug 20th – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Aug 27th – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 3rd – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 10th – 9:00 a.m. Tues, Sept 17th – 9:00 a.m.

Rimbey Anchor D Simm Infl Calf Sale Tuesday, October 1 Anchor D Simm Infl Pasture Treasures Female Sale Fri, Oct 11 – 7:00 p.m. Horse Sales Fri, Sept 27th – 5:00 p.m.

Contact our reps for current Market trends, prices, booking of cattle into the auction Mart or Satellite sale Owner – Henry Thalen 403.783.0090 henry@morsan.com • CEO – Yancy Crosier 403.485.0887 yancy.crosier@gmail.com

Ponoka: 4410 – Highway 2A, Ponoka, AB (Ph) 403.783.5561, (Fax) 403.783.4120, (Website) www.vjvauction.com (Email) office@vjvauction.com Dawson Creek: 301 – 116th Avenue, Dawson Creek, B.C. (Ph) 250.782.3766, (Fax) 250.782.6622 (Email) vjvdawsoncreek@outlook.com Beaverlodge: Box 606, Beaverlodge, AB (Ph) 780.354.2423, (Fax) 780-354-2420, (Email) vjvbeaverlodge@gpnet.ca Westlock: 9004 – 110A Street, Westlock, AB (Ph) 780.349.3153 (Fax) 780.349.5466 (Email) office@vjvauction.com • Rimbey: 4831 – 47th Street, Rimbey, AB (Ph) 403.843.2439 (Fax) 403.843.3485 (Email) office@vjvauction.com

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Field Representatives: Mike Brennan (Ponoka, Rimbey, Bashaw) 403.783.1074 • Ralph Calder (Grimshaw & Northern Alberta) 780.618.7655 • Neil Campbell (Rycroft) 780.814.4113 Trevor Duke (Castor, Coronation, Stettler, Hanna) 403.740.5753 • Trent Ewasiw (Rochester, Dapp) 780.349.0239 • Darryl Friesen (Rimbey) 780.318.1630 Mark Gillett (Fairview) 780.834.7063 • D. Trapper Green (Northern Alberta & BC) 780.837.0171 • Craig Jacklin (Ponoka, Feeder Finance) 403-783-1453 Barry Neumeirer (Rimbey) 403.350.8222 • Art Patterson (Dawson Creek) 250.784.4307 • Cory Polak (Peers, Edson) 780.712.5749 • Peter Raffan (Dawson Creek) 250.260.0758 Wade Schaupmeyer (Mayerthorpe) 780.305.4104 • Dan Schleppe (Dawson Creek West) 250.219.5698 • Bob Scott (Lac La Biche) 780.689.9203 • Travis Sekura (Drayton Valley) 780.621.6841 Stan Skeels (Rimbey) 403.704.0288 • Nansen Vold (Ponoka) 403.783.0349 • Ged Willis (Beaverlodge & Surrounding Area) 780.814.4751 • Herb Wylhuizen (Rimbey) 403.844.0294


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Cattle Market Report

Auction Date Bid angeR 300 - 399 400 - 499 500 - 599 600 - 699 700 - 799 800 - 899 900 - 999 1000+

July 29 - 633 hd Low High n/a n/a $210.00 $240.00 $210.00 $228.00 $195.00 $228.00 $185.00 $214.50 $175.00 $198.50 $165.00 $189.00 $160.00 $182.00 Low $200.00 $190.00 $180.00 $170.00 $165.00 $165.00 $150.00 n/a

FEEDER HEIFERS

Bid angeR 300 - 399 400 - 499 500 - 599 600 - 699 700 - 799 800 - 899 900 - 999 1000+

INNISFAIL AUCTION MARKET

Office 780-348-5893

Office 780-336-2209

Office 403-227-3166

July 15 - 633 hd Low High n/a n/a $200.00 $225.00 $195.00 $223.50 $185.00 $219.00 $175.00 $204.00 $165.00 $194.00 $155.00 $178.00 $145.00 $164.00

Aug 6 - 342 Hd Low High $220.00 $245.00 $200.00 $235.00 $200.00 $230.00 $190.00 $225.00 $180.00 $210.00 $170.00 $196.00 $165.00 $187.00 n/a n/a

Aug 6 - 40 Hd Low High $210.00 $235.00 $208.00 $232.00 $205.00 $230.00 $190.00 $229.00 $180.00 $212.00 $167.00 $193.00 $156.00 $179.00 n/a n/a

August 7 Low High $170.00 $230.00 $200.00 $230.00 $200.00 $225.00 $180.00 $226.00 $170.00 $221.00 $160.00 $191.00 $150.00 $188.00 $150.00 $185.00

Low $221.00 $187.00 $175.00 $160.00 $150.00 $150.00 $135.00 n/a

Low $190.00 $180.00 $170.00 $170.00 $160.00 $150.00 $140.00 n/a

Low $181.00 $180.00 $175.00 $160.00 $152.00 $150.00 $138.00 n/a

Low $170.00 $170.00 $160.00 $150.00 $140.00 $130.00 $120.00 $120.00

Office 780-789-3915

High $227.00 $221.00 $204.00 $201.50 $190.00 $180.00 $172.00 n/a

D1 - D2 Cows SLAUGHTER CATTLE

VIKING AUCTION MARKET

D1 - D2 Cows

High $215.00 $215.00 $205.00 $195.00 $185.00 $175.00 $167.00 n/a

D1 - D2 Cows

$78.00

$96.00

$80.00

$94.00

$78.00

$88.00

$65.00

$79.00

$65.00

$79.00

$70.00

$82.00

D4 Cows

Slaughter Bulls

D4 Cows

Slaughter Bulls

$85.00 $114.00 $85.00

Feeder Cows REPLACEMENT CATTLE

High $230.00 $216.00 $203.00 $197.00 $185.00 $169.75 $161.00 n/a

$127.00

Feeder Cows

D3 Cows

High $218.00 $216.00 $200.00 $196.00 $170.00 $168.00 $164.00 n/a

Feeder Bulls

High $220.00 $220.00 $207.00 $194.00 $190.00 $164.00 $155.00 $157.00

Feeder Bulls

$110.00 $126.00 $100.00

Office 403-556-3655

Office 250-573-3939

July 31 Low High $170.00 $230.00 $200.00 $230.00 $200.00 $225.00 $180.00 $226.00 $170.00 $221.00 $160.00 $191.00 $150.00 $188.00 $150.00 $185.00

Aug 6 - 127 Hd Low High $185.00 $235.00 $185.00 $230.00 $185.00 $214.00 $185.00 $210.00 $175.00 $200.00 $165.00 $192.00 $155.00 $187.00 $150.00 $185.00

July 31 - 800 Hd High Avg n/a n/a n/a n/a $213.00 $210.11 $214.50 $204.63 $204.00 $197.34 $194.00 $191.02 $191.00 $185.14 n/a n/a

Low $170.00 $170.00 $160.00 $150.00 $140.00 $130.00 $120.00 $120.00

Low $175.00 $170.00 $170.00 $165.00 $155.00 $145.00 $140.00 $130.00

High n/a n/a $190.00 $185.00 $180.00 $165.00 $156.00 n/a

High $220.00 $220.00 $207.00 $194.00 $190.00 $164.00 $155.00 $157.00

Feeder Bulls

Slaughter Bulls

Slaughter Bulls

Slaughter Bulls

$90.00

$98.00

$90.00 $121.00

$90.00

B/Cows & Hfrs

$128.00

Heiferettes

Feeder Cows

$124.00

High $210.00 $190.00 $190.00 $190.00 $185.00 $170.00 $165.00 $160.00

Feeder Bulls

$145.00 $100.00 $131.00

Slaughter Bulls $115.00

B.C. OLDS LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET PRODUCERS CO-OP

n/a

n/a

$100.00

$118.00

Bologna Bulls

Avg n/a n/a $190.19 $183.00 $180.00 $164.27 $155.22 n/a

Butcher Bulls $107.00

$113.50

Older Cows $65.00

Feeder Cows

$74.00

Bred Cows

Butcher Cows

$85

$100

$80

$95

n/a

n/a

$86

$130

$80

$112

$80

$112

n/a

n/a

$83.00

$91.50

n/a

n/a

$1,200

$1,950

$1,500

$2,300

$72

$95

$77

$99

$80

$99

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (O)

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Cow/Calf Prs (O)

Cow/Calf Prs

Cow/Calf Prs (Y) n/a

n/a

Slaughter Cows

Cow/Calf Pairs n/a

n/a

Butcher Cows

Cow/Calf Pairs $1,500

$2,650

Butcher Cows

Cow/Calf Pairs $1,500

$2,650

Bred Heifers

Bred Cows

Cow/Calf Pairs

Bred Heifers

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

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2019 Net increase is $11,642

Lease to own 7-A / L/pmt OAC

DEMO

Lease in AB 1-41,600, 19 S/A of

$ 26,000 OAC

Lease in AB 1-41,600 10 Annual of $ 53,500 OAC

14

Lease to own 345kdwnS/A

Lease own 345kdwn 7A/

11

of $ 15,800

5 QSX11.9 710/70R38 4 E/H 58gpm, 55h $365,000 239350 DEMO $239,000

$610,000 415600

,900

$99

$586,250 ends Aug

2018 1300 bu 50”w/tire $120,100 $99,900

,900

$70

2016 375 Versatile 375hp P/S 16x4 TA19

110gpm 6 E/ hyd d/lock, A/S/R, 800/70R38 33hr

100’ 2014 RG1100 Ro SS tank, Viper Pro, Au Accu boom, Auto boo 380/90R46, Air ride Ca

$ 25,500

Lease to own 10 S/A L/pmt OAC of

$705,000 3

0 5,00 $41

2018 570 Versatile 570hp,P/S 16x4 Del/Cab

with $34,500

$21

2 2018 DT570 Versatile 570 hp, P/S Del/Cab

msrp $586,250 ON

2

11

SD 650 Versatile 12 foot 10.5” spacing T2-215 Brgs, 24x 5/16 blade 650# per Ft

New 2014 100’ Rog

2019 2000 bu.GC2020 36”x148” Track w/Tarp, 24” Auger, Scale, auto greaser Retail $265,250 Only $205,900

Lease in AB 1-24,000, 19 S/A of

$ 15,000 OAC

Lease in AB 1-24,000 10 Annual of $ 28,800 OAC

0 8,00 $25

13

#545750 Call for CNT price Lease in AB 1-54,500 19 S/A of

$735,000

$ 34,000 OAC

Lease in AB 1-54,500 10 Annual of $ 69,800 OAC

10

0 5,00 $36

$240,150 ends Aug

2019 DT610-36” Versatile 610 hp, P/S 16x4 110gpm 6 E/ hyd d/lock, A/S/R, camera

2011 100’ RG994 Roga tank, Viper Pro, Auto Accu boom, Auto boo Air Dryer,380/90R46 &

2019 1100bu GC1160 G/Cart, UF w/Tarp c/w 20” Auger, 1000 pto, 900/60x32R1 Retail $89,085 Only $70,900 $89,985

Lease to own 14kdwn S/A

Lease to own 14kdwn5A/ L

14

$9,520 520 Scale system add $ 8,500

9,99090

4

, $$5696

SOLD Lease to own 6-A / L/pmt

120’ SX280 2017 Versatile Sprayer, 1200 gal 2017 315 FWD 310 hp16 spd P/Shift def

Air ride, A/steer A/b Accu/b, Cum QSB 6.7 L 280 Del/Cab,3 pt, 6 E/ hyd 72gal, PTO,710R42 Duals hp, 28% torque rise tier 4i no DEF,GPS, 27hr $358,000 #258500 37hr DEMO $ 258,900 5 Spd P/S = More hp to the Grd, = Full hp in Rev

120’ Falcon Alu Boom $505,000 355320 ends Aug 30/19 demo $355,000 Lease in AB 1-36,600, 13 S/A of $ 31,000 OAC

Lease in AB 1-25,800, 19 S/A of

4

Lease in AB 1-36,000 7 Annual of $ 58,900 OAC

$ 16,000 OAC

0 8,00 $ 32

5

2019 610 Versatile 610hp,P/S 16x4 Del/Cab 110gpm 6 E/ hyd, A/S/R, 900/60R42 23hr

#492622 Call for CNT price Lease in AB 1-56,000, 19 S/A of

$698,000

2014 1300 bu.GC131 Tarp,1250/50R32, 22 w/520 Scale $138,080 n

Lease to own 12-S/A L/pm

Telescopic Swing Auger

$ 34,500 OAC

Lease in AB 1-56,000 10 Annual of $ 65,800 OAC

Auger in Trans Does not Tow Behind.

12 1000 PTO

2014 2375 Versatile 375hp 12spd QSX11 209400 710/70R38 16’Dozer, 692hr $209,400 Lease in AB 1-20,900, 9 S/A of

2018 1050bu GC9250 G/Cart, UF w/Tarp c/w 17” Auger, w/Scale, 900/60x32R1 Retail $86,980 1 Only $66,900

$ 24,900 OAC

Lease in AB 1-20,900 5 Annual of $ 44,800 OAC

2015 550 Versatile 550hp P/S16x4 triple 620/70R42 110gpm 6 E/ hyd gpm 1557hr 2010 535 Versatile 535hp,P/S 16x4 Del/Cab $329,545 #319500 ASR $328,000 80gpm 6 E/ hyd d/lock, 850/60R38 Trelleborg Lease in AB 1-26,500, 19 S/A of

$ 15,000 OAC

#216560 3,024 hrs

2 Units On-hand Factory Price

ONLY $225,650 2019 10’ Bagger Hopper auger Tarp $57,985

Lease in AB 1-26,500 10 Annual of $ 34,000 OAC Lease in AB 1-21,000 5 Annual of $ 41,200 OAC

Lease to own 10 S / A Lease/pmts OAC

of $ 6,500

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Toll Free 800-661-7401

Y 1 left @ $285,000

.ca

Aug 10 , 2019

DF22 1000 bu/hr Drier $300,000

ONLY 1 left @ $285,000

ROSS CHRYSLER

Your electrician wires 7 cables from the control panel to the junction box on the side of the drier & Your gasman makes 1 gas connection to the gas train. Drier is ready to Dry Grain

gator DEMO 100hr

NLY

$355,000

down OAC .

9 5,99 $38

$16,020 disc. MSRP $ 59,020

$43,000

$300-84 mbw 17 1500 SLT V6 8s CC 4X4SB b/u/cam i972522po 29 mpg

$16,020 disc. MSRP $ 58,020

$42,000

$290-84 mbw 17 1500 SLT V6 8s QC 4X4SB b/u/cam i765505po

Demo 8k

ogator Sprayer 1100 uto Steer, 300 GPS, om wheels, Frt load ab, Air Dryer Pkg,

g 15/19 $355,000

A L/pmt OAC $29,000 L/ pmt OAC $56,000

$14,500 dis

10

ea

8 $2

00 5,0

ator Sprayer SS Steer, 300 GPS, om whls, Air ride & 650/70R38 C/div

g 15/19 $ 125,000 A L/pmt OAC $15,000 L/ pmt OAC $30,000

Twin 2-DF22’s for 2000 bph

Than 1-DF37 install for 1800bph

& If 1 DF22 goes down the other DF22 is still Drying.

,900

$ 85

$187,999

mt OAC of $ 8,500

msrp $238,250

1 only cnt $190,000

17 G/Caravan SXT 3.6L, 6spd DVD p/s i734415 po

2019’s

$8,350 disc.

DSL

$9,650 disc.

MSRP $ 78,010

MSRP $51,000

$64,910

$32,000

$435-84 mbw

$13,000 disc.

$19,000 disc.

$245-84 mbw 17 G/Caravan GT 3.6L,6spd leather dvd i891477po

36 mpg

$11,000 disc.

$66,010

17 D2500 SLT C/C4x4 LB b/u/c T/tow i931701po

$41,440

19 G/Caravan GT 3.6L,6spd leather dvd i889491

$10,050 dis

DSL

MSRP $ 81,050

MSRP $ 89,850

$72,700

$79,800

$455-84 mbw

$495-84 mbw 19 D3500 Laramie C/C4x4 SB Dsl 6spd i076795

$8,350 disc.

19 D2500 Big Horn C/C4x4 dsl LB i238729

$10,650 disc.

$8,050 dis

$495-84 mbw

$445-84 mbw

$495-84 mbw

19 D2500 Laramie dsl 6s C/C 4X4 SB i369794

19 D3500 Big Horn C/C4x4 SB Dsl 6spd i077712

$11,450 disc.oh MSRP $ 69,050

MSRP $ 60,050

$420-84 mbw

$390-84 mbw

19 1500 Laramie C/C4x4 SB hemi 8 spd i975626

$84,300

$70,800

$10,150 disc.oh

19 D2500 Laramie dsl 6s C/C 4X4 SB i943854 DSL

MSRP $ 68,850

$49,900

19 1500 Big Horn C/C4x4 SB hemi 8spd i797549

$16,050 disc.

$52,800

$415-84 mbw 19 1500 Classic C/C 4x4 SB 3L Dsl 8spd i471619

$11,550 disc.oh

$11,000 disc.

$14,050 disc.

MSRP $ 66,950

MSRP $ 62,950

MSRP $ 62,850

$415-84 mbw

$391-84 mbw

$415-84 mbw

$55,400

$51,950

19 1500 Big Horn 5.7 hemi 8s CC 4X4 SB i336568

$48,800

19 1500 Warlock C/C 4x4 SB 5.7L 8spd i292567

$12,050 disc.

$14,150 disc.mb

MSRP $ 86,750

MSRP $ 87,750

MSRP $ 59,850

$455-84 mbw

$455-84 mbw

$415-84 mbw

20 1500 Longhorn C/C4x4 SB hemi 8spd i044775

Lease to own 10 S / A Lease/pmts OAC of $ 6,700

Demo 18k

MSRP $ 94,950

$72,600

2019 12000bu/hr Extractor 10 ft $59,985

17 Chry Pacifica TL 3.6L 9spd leather p/s i538459po

MSRP $ 78,850

$79,400

$14,150 dis

Hydro Drive wheels

$39,000

$275-84 mbw

MSRP $ 89,050

19 1500 Sport C/C4x4 SB hemi 8spd i484604

s

MSRP $50,000

$13,100 disc.

17 D2500 SLT dsl C/C 4x4 SB b/u/c i312681po

$11,000 disc.

$295-84 mbw

$57,600

2016 New 35’ M155 MD Swather OAC of $ 14,500 148hp C /linkHID, 600/65R28, DKD, 15 UF Grain Cart, 2”auger,1000 pto, 16.5x16.1, 6 Bat/PUR, Trans stab/whl 10’ hyd swath roller new used$85,900

with discounts of up to $17,800 will take Dodge or Ram Trucks in Trade.

G r an d e P r ai ri e

$440-84 mbw

19 D2500 Big Horn C/C4x4 dsl SB b/u/c i579737

It is Cheaper & Faster to

2017 & 2018’s

S

S e xs m i t h

$280-84 mbw

$465-84 mbw

Twin the DF22 for 2000 bu/hr

34 mpg

E

O n ly 4 0 m ile s N o rth o f G ran d e P rairie

MSRP $52,040

$73,700

9 9,99

BLOW OUT OF NEW

W

MSRP $ 79,010

MSRP $ 82,050

$13

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All Programs deducted

R y c ro ft

MSRP $44,400

$29,900

DF22 1000 BPH at 100c in barley from 20% to 15%

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Since 1948

0 down, 4.99% for 84 mbw bi-weekly payments. w/gst OAC, vehicles may not be exactly as illustrated

Cstm does Gas & Power Hookup

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for Matt, Al, Warren

N S p i ri t R i v er

DSRP $ 29,055

$22,900

09 D3500 Laramie Q/C dsl 6 auto LB 248k i746199

$73,600

20 1500 Longhorn C/C4x4 SB hemi 8spd i327786

$44,900

19 1500 Sub-Zero C/C 4x4 SB 5.7L 8spd i725525

DSRP $ 14,900

$13,900

09 Chrysler Aspen Ltd 7 pass, 4x4 5spd, 224k i804109

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DSRP $ 25,020

$19,900

07 D2500 SLT Q/C dsl 6 auto LB 251k i960199

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review

August 9, 2019

Statistics & Data Development Branch Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Beaver Hill Auction Service - Tofield - July 29, 2019

Sheep - 1580 Head Sheep - Wool 0 - 54 lbs 55 - 69 lbs 70 - 85 lbs 86 - 105 lbs 106 & Over lbs Ewes Rams Bred Ewes (Hd) Sheep - Hair 0 - 54 lbs 55 - 69 lbs 70 - 85 lbs 86 - 105 lbs 106 & Over lbs Ewes Rams Ewe/Lamb Fmly

$/CWT $165.00 $165.00 $195.00 $195.00 $185.00 $110.00 $124.00 n/a

to to to to to to to to

$210.00 $200.00 $225.00 $225.00 $206.00 $196.00 $164.00 n/a

$140.00 $165.00 $175.00 $195.00 $180.00 $99.00 $110.00 n/a

to to to to to to to to

$170.00 $190.00 $218.00 $220.00 $205.00 $200.00 $155.00 n/a

Goats - 370 Head Goats Light Feeder Kids 0 - 60lbs Doeling Kids 45 - 69 lbs 70+ lbs Buckling Kids 45 - 69 lbs 70+ lbs Wether Kids 45 - 69 lbs 70+ lbs Adults Mature Nannys Mature Billies Bred Does (Hd) Nanny/Kid (Unit)

$/CWT $200.00 to $260.00 $265.00 to $350.00 $275.00 to $340.00 $265.00 to $365.00 $280.00 to $365.00 $260.00 to $350.00 $270.00 to $350.00

$110.00 $250.00 n/a n/a

HOG SLAUGHTER WEEK END CANADA EAST WEST AB/BC WEEK END US

Aug. 03/19 (prel) 402,392 241,635 160,757 56,603 Aug. 10/19 (est) 2,354,000

Vold Jones Vold (Westlock) - July 16, 2019

July 27/19 (prel) 415,491 247,693 167,798 55,787 Aug. 03/19 (est) 2,356,000

Aug. 04/18 385,337 226,921 158,416 59,292 Aug. 11/18 2,341,100

to $280.00 to $335.00 to n/a to n/a

Sheep - 429 Head

Goats - 145 Head

Sheep - Wool 0 - 69 lbs 70 - 85 lbs 86 - 105 lbs 106 + lbs Ewes Rams Bred Ewes Ewe/Lamb Fmly Sheep - Hair 0 - 69 lbs 70 - 85 lbs 86 - 105 lbs 106 + lbs Ewes Rams Bred Ewes Ewe/Lamb Fmly

Goats Light Feeder Kids 0 - 49lbs 50 - 100lbs Whether Kids 50 - 100 lbs

$/CWT

Nanny/Kid Units Nannys Billys Bred Nannys

Aug. 09/19 1.942 N/A

Aug. 02/19 1.919 N/A

Aug. 09/19 72.25 1.783

Aug. 02/19 82.58 2.032

$2.40 $2.25 $2.10 $2.10 $1.75 $1.50 n/a n/a

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

to to to to to to to to

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

$2.50 $2.80

to to

$3.40 $3.30

$2.80

to

$3.30

n/a $1.45 $1.65 n/a

to to to to

n/a $1.80 $2.20 n/a

30 - 40 lbs

n/a

to

n/a

41 - 80 lbs

n/a

to

n/a

81 - 150 lbs

$100.00

to

$150.00

151 + Over lbs

$150.00

to

$200.00

Hogs - 88 Head

CAN/US $ CLOSE Aug 09/19

MONTH Aug.-19 Oct.-19 Dec.-19 Feb.-20 Apr.-20 May-20

MONTH Aug.-19 Sep.-19 Oct.-19 Nov.-19 Dec.-19 Mar.-20

LEAN 79.03 66.97 64.67 71.33 76.42 81.53

CHANGE + 2.75 + 1.25 + 1.42 + 3.15 + 3.47 + 1.93

FUTURES 0.7572 0.7576 0.7579 0.7581 0.7583 0.7588

CHANGE + 0.0000 + 0.0001 N/A N/A N/A - 0.0001

Jul. 27/19 211.00 Jul. 26/19 19.4 10.4 Aug. 02/19 86.62

Aug. 04/18 207.00 Aug. 03/18 17.7 10.1 Aug. 10/18 70.77

HOG INDICATORS Aug. 10/18 1.385 1.830

INTERIOR IOWA MINNESOTA HOG CASH PRICES WEEK END US $/CWT CAN EQVT $/KG

to to to to to to to to

HOG FUTURES - US $/CWT

HOG CASH PRICES - INDEX 100 - $/KG WEEK END ALTA AVG. ONT AVG.

$/CWT $2.15 $2.10 $2.25 $1.95 $1.08 $1.00 n/a n/a

Aug. 10/18 45.22 1.098

WEEK END AV DRSD WT US-LBS FD: HOG RATIO US CORN ALTA BARLEY US CARCASS CUTOUT US $/CWT

Aug. 03/19 210.00 Aug. 02/19 20.0 11.9 Aug. 09/19 N/A

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2015 Versatile 310, 1,570 hrs (BL) 2006 Versatile 2425, 5,400 hrs (FSJ) 2005 Versatile 2425, 6,400 hrs (BL) 2013 Kubota B3350, 431 hours (KCFV) 2013 Kubota B3350HSDC, 246 hours (KCFV) 2008 Case IH Steiger 485 QuadTrac, 3,365 hrs (BL) 2014 Case IH Puma 170 3,100 hrs (KCFV) 2012 Case IH Puma 130, 3,000 hrs (BL) 1976 Case IH 1270, 5,758 hours (KCFV) 2002 John Deere 9520, 6,137 hours (BL) 1997 John Deere 9200, 4,823 hrs (FV) 1994 John Deere 8970, 9,110 hrs (BL) 2008 John Deere 7330, 6,700 hours (KCFV) 2015 Wallenstein GX920 Backhoe Attachment (KCFV)

2015 Versatile SX280 120’ Sprayer (BL) 2012 FAST 9613E 90’ Sprayer (BL) 2012 John Deere 4940 120’ High-Clearance Sprayer (FV) 2008 New Holland SF216 120’ Sprayer (BL) MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT

COMBINES (3) 2013 Lexion 780, 1,254 to 1,598 engine hours (2-BL, 1-FV) (4) 2011-12 Lexion 760, 1,332 to 1,581 engine hours (BL) (5) 2011-17 Lexion 670, 765 to 2,151 engine hours (BL) (3) 2006 Lexion 590R, 2,445 to 3,150 engine hours (2-BL, 1-FV) 2000 Lexion 460, 3,139 engine hours (BL) (4) 2014 Case 9230, 1,424 to 1,714 engine hours (3-BL, 1-FV) 1995 Case 2188, 3,617 engine hours (BL) (3) 2012 John Deere S690, 1,514 to 1,656 engine hours (BL) (2) 2016 John Deere S680, 730 to 840 sep hours (BL) (2) 2015 John Deere S680, 998 sep hours (BL) 2012 John Deere T670, 2,069 engine hours (BL) (2) 2009-10 JD 9770STS, 2,047 to 2,306 engine hours (FV) 2012 New Holland CR9090, 2,052 engine hours (BL) 2014 New Holland CR8090, 1,353 engine hours (BL) 2009 New Holland CX8090, 2,130 engine hours (BL) (2) 2008-9 NH CX8080, 2,290 to 2,524 engine hours (1-BL, 1-FV) SWATHERS & WINDROWERS 2008 Challenger SP115B 30’ Windrower (BL) 2007 Challenger SP115B 30’ Windrower (FV) 2009 MacDon M150 Windrower (FSJ) 1994 Massey Ferguson 200 Windrower (BL) 2002 Premier 2952 21’ Swather (BL) 1997 Premier 2930 30’ Swather (BL) 2001 Westward 9352 25’ Windrower (FV)

Beaverlodge, AB 1100 – 11th St, W Industrial Park Office & Parts (888) 354-3620 (780) 354-3622

Mon to Fri—8am to 6pm Sat—8 am to 5 pm Sun/Hol—Closed

Lexion 780 3 to choose from

Auger – 2003 GrainMaxx 4371 Grain Auger (BL) Auger – 2012 Westfield 13 x 81 Grain Auger (FV) Auger – 2013 Westfield MK130x71 Grain Auger (BL) Auger – 2015 Wheatheart 13 x 94 Grain Auger (BL) Auger – 2016 Wheatheart 10 x 41 Grain Auger (BL) Bale Wagon – 2012 Anderson 1400 Bale Wagon (KCFV) Belt Conveyor – 2014 Convey-All 1045MK Belt Conveyor (FSJ) Belt Conveyor – 2017 reliaBELT RB10-20-55 Belt Conveyor (BL) Ditcher – 2011 Xtreme Wolverine Rotary Ditcher (BL) Extractor – 2015 Akron exg300 Grain Extractor (BL) Grain Cart – 2012 Balzer 2000 Grain Cart (BL) Grain Vac – 2014 REM Mfg 3700 Grain Vac (BL) Grain Vac – 1997 Walinga 610 Grain Vac (BL) Mo-Co – 2014 Case IH DC162 Mower Conditioner (KCFV) Mo-Co – 2016 Vermeer MC3700 Mower Conditioner (KCFV) Mower – 2016 Schulte XH1500 Mower (KCFV) Rake – 2012 Vermeer R2300 Twin Rake (KCFV) Round Baler – 2014 Case IH RB565 Round Baler (KCFV)

Lexion 760 4 to choose from

Lexion 670 5 to choose from

UTLILITY VEHICLES / SKIDSTEERS / TELEHANDLERS UTV – 2016 Kubota RTV-X1120D Side-x-Side (KCFV) UTV – 2014 Kubota RTV-1100C Side-x-Side, 1098 hrs (KCFV) UTV – 2012 Kubota RTV-1100 Side-x-Side (BL) UTV – 2014 Kubota RTV-X900W Side-x-Side (BL) UTV – 2013 John Deere XUV550 Side-x-Side, 1065 hrs (KCFV) Skidsteer – 2016 Kubota SVL90 Skidsteer (KCFV) Skidsteer – 2007 CAT 232B Skidsteer (KCFV) Excavator – 2015 Kubota KX057-4GA1 Excavator (KCFV) Telehandler – 2010 Merlot 30.6 Telehandler (KCFV) Lawn Tractor – 2006 Grasshopper Zero-Turn Mower (KCFV) Lawn Tractor – 2010 Kubota GF1800 4WD Lawn Tractor (KCFV) Mulcher – 2016 BaumaLight MX530/C510 Skidsteer Mulcher (KCFV)

Fairview, AB 10925– 90th Ave Industrial Park Office & Parts (780) 835-3887

Mon to Fri—8am to 5pm Sat—8 am to 12 Noon Sun/Hol—Closed

Fort St. John, BC 6719 Elevator Road Office (250) 787-0179 Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday & Sunday Closed

Case 9230 4 to choose from

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Stacking bales - our yearly tip sheet for storage moisture and soil-to-bale contact, and it helps prevent bottom spoilage. If possible store the bales in a high area, so the bales don’t end up sitting in water after a rain.” Leave 2 to 3 feet - 60 to 90 cm - between the rows of bales, and stack them from northwest to southeast to allow the prevailing winds to blow through them. “This space allows the wind to blow the snow from between the bales, so the snow doesn’t melt and water accumulate between the bales come spring,” he says. Different methods for stacking bales in the field can affect their quality. The pyramid style - with

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Do you need a cow dog or a sheep dog? some lines have more bite while others have more eye. Some are aggressive and pushy while others are calmer or more laid back. The list of characteristics goes on. However, it is the genetics along with the training that will be the deciding factor of how and what the dog develops into. If the dog has the instinct to work it has the potential to work both cattle and sheep. The inherited genetics can make it more suited to one species or the other but they are not just a “cow dog” or a “sheep dog”. A good working dog can handle both a tough cow or a tough sheep with a minimum amount of fuss. This is the standard of a good working dog. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to find a dog that can handle all types of stock, so dogs often get delegated to one species or the other. When this happens dogs get pegged as cow or sheep dogs. This is part of reality but it is important to realize that a good stock dog will be able to handle any stock regardless of what species they belong too. We may not always have the luxury of getting the dog that can handle any type of stock and may have to settle for specific traits, but it is important to understand that there are dogs who work any stock well and it is these dogs that should be in breeding programs and being promoted to continue to enhance the stock dogs natural abilities.

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Beef and forage issues series – record keeping and herd averages

A pilot project aimed to help Alberta producers adopt new technology and innovation recently brought ranchers and farmers together with experts and scientists during a tour of east-central Alberta farms. The group discussed cattle record keeping and herd averages. A case study used Rancher X. He wanted a better way to track the genetic performance of his cattle retained for slaughter. Implementing DNA sire parentage was a way to group the weaned calves into sire groups to assess carcass quality and carcass value later. However, there was no complete record keeping system for his herd, so that meant the first step was to track herd benchmarks. “Individual cow records are important when specific changes to genetics and management are sought,” explained Susan Markus, livestock research scientist with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. “But, in other cases, herd averages might flag issues or opportunities for improvement.” Markus said that averages are only good for the intended situation. “For example, an

average weaning weight of 640 pounds for 8 month old calves might sound impressive, but you need to dig further. If this same ranch had weaned only a 78% calf crop, that weaning weight is best measured as the average weaning weight of calves from all cows exposed to breeding.” “If the number of cows exposed to breeding was 400 and there were 312 calves weighing on average 640 lbs., the newly calculated weaning weight - taking open or cows whose calves died into account - now works out to 499 lbs. It is not so impressive from a whole herd perspective.” “This average means aspects like breeding season length, fertility, death loss and nutrition are areas that can be investigated to make improvements in productivity. If calves are dying, the reason why will be important to know in order to make improvements to a below average weaned calf crop percentage.” Markus added that the second step is to evaluate GOLD indicators - herd benchmarks that inform how well cattle perform against industry standards, defined as: G - Growth in kg or lbs. - average weaning weight of calf per cow exposed to breeding, or total weaning weight of all calves weaned divided by total number of females exposed to breeding. Consider grouping the herd into first and second calvers versus mature cows. Average cow size and weight should be known, but be careful to avoid underestimation of cow weights – scale weights are best. Aim for calf weaning weights at less than 9 months of age to be greater than 45% of mature cow weights. If also tracking birth weights, aim for 7% of cow weight to be an acceptable calf birth weight.

O - Open rate - percentage not pregnant, number of females not in calf divided by total number of females exposed to breeding. It is usually determined in the fall after weaning spring born calves. Aim for greater than 95% pregnancy rates. L - Length of calving season - number of days from birth date of first calf born to date of last calf born. Aim for greater than 65% calves to be born in the first 21 days. D - Death loss - percentage of animals that died. This is calculated by the number of animals that died divided by the total number of animals in the herd. It can be done separately for calf crop, feeders and cow herd. Aim for death loss of calves from birth to weaning to be less than 4%, weaned calves to marketing less than 2% and mature cows less than 1%. In the case study, Rancher X knew this information, but did not record it to confirm all the numbers. When the time came to assess the issues, his memory was not as clear about the numbers as he once thought. He was less able to pinpoint causes and implement solutions. Once he knew that the weaned calf crop was lower than anticipated, then marketing the calves, hauling bales, purchasing grain and fixing some fence took priority. The urgency was lost until the next year. The group conducting this project included researchers at the Alberta Beef Forage and Grazing Centre (ABFGC) along with specialists at Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, members of the Alberta Beef Producers and the Agricultural Research and Extension Council of Alberta.

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Beaverlodge NP Bracket Racing @Beaverlodge Airport Fairview - NRR Finals @ Waterhole Rodeo Grounds Fort St. John - North Peace Fall fair @ North Peace Fair Grounds G.P. - Annual Hunter 3-D Archery Shoot at Evergreen Park G.P. - Bear Creek Folk Festival @ Muskoseepi Park Grimshaw - Come Alive Gospel Fest @ Northern Timbers RV Park Sunset Prairie - Kiskatinaw Fall Fair @ Fair Grounds

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Beaverlodge Autumn Festival @ SP Centennial Museum Dawson Creek P.R. Cutting Horse Assn Event @ Lakota AgriPlex Dawson Creek Working Cow Horse Jackpot Event @ Lakota AgriPlex

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Cabon Lake Saulteaux First Nations Cultural Camp Wembley Tyranno-riffic Camp for Kids at Dinosaur Museum

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Fort St. John Try Women’s Hockey @ Pomeroy Sports Center

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Wembley Jurassic Journey for Kids at Dinosaur Museum

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Dawson Creek D.C. Exhibition and Stampede @ Exhibition Grounds Teepee Creek WheatsTalk Tour @ Events Centre Wembley Jurassic Journey for Kids at Dinosaur Museum

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Cabon Lake Saulteaux First Nations Cultural Camp Dawson Creek Shell Summer in the Park Family Activities Manning Morning Coffee Harvest Tour @ NPARA Farm Wembley Tyranno-riffic Camp for Kids at Dinosaur Museum

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Peace River RCMP Musical Ride @ Ag Grounds

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Cabon Lake Saulteaux First Nations Cultural Camp Dawson Creek -D.C. Exhibition and Stampede @ Exhibition Grounds Dawson Creek P.R. Cutting Horse Assn Event @ Lakota AgriPlex Dawson Creek Working Cow Horse Jackpot Event @ Lakota AgriPlex Dunvegan - Dunvegan Kid’s Saturday Fort Nelson - Annual First Nations Treaty Days Fort Vermilion - Ag Fair & Trade Show @ M.A.R.A. Exp. Farm

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Cabon Lake Saulteaux First Nations Cultural Camp Fairview - NRR Finals @ Waterhole Rodeo Grounds Fort St. John - North Peace Fall fair @ North Peace Fair Grounds G.P. - Bear Creek Folk Festival @ Muskoseepi Park Grimshaw - Come Alive Gospel Fest @ Northern Timbers RV Park Sunset Prairie - Kiskatinaw Fall Fair @ Fair Grounds Wembley - Tyranno-riffic Camp for Kids at Dinosaur Museum

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Beaverlodge - NP Bracket Racing @Beaverlodge Airport Dunvegan - Dunvegan Kid’s Saturday Fort St. John - North Peace Fall fair @ North Peace Fair Grounds G.P. - Bear Creek Folk Festival @ Muskoseepi Park Grimshaw - Come Alive Gospel Fest @ Northern Timbers RV Park Sunset Prairie - Kiskatinaw Fall Fair @ Fair Grounds Fairview - NRR Finals @ Waterhole Rodeo Grounds

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Fort St. John Try Women’s Hockey @ Pomeroy Sports Center

Dawson Creek CONCERT - Toby Keith @ Encana Events Centre Doig River Annual Doig River Rodeo Dunvegan Dunvegan Kid’s Saturday Lac Cardinal 63rd Annual North Peace Stampede

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Rycroft 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Rycroft Ag Building Contact 780-831-8792 Valleyview 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Memorial Hall Contact 780-524-8967

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Beaverlodge 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 Sexsmith 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Curling Rink, 9913 - 99th Street Contact 780-882-1974

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Tangent 4pm to 8pm Tangent Community Hall Contact Lynne 780-837-7179 or 780-359-2235

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Beaverlodge 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 Sexsmith 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Curling Rink, 9913 - 99th Street Contact 780-882-1974

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Beaverlodge 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 DeBolt 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. DeBolt Centre Contact 780-957-3958 Fairview 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Legion Hall (10315 - 110 St.) Contact 780-330-9211 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224 High Prairie 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 4932 - 51st Avenue Contact 780-523-4588

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Tangent 4pm to 8pm Tangent Comm Hall Contact Lynne 780-837-7179 or 780-359-2235

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Beaverlodge 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 Sexsmith 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Curling Rink, 9913 - 99th Street Contact 780-882-1974

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Beaverlodge 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 DeBolt 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. DeBolt Centre Contact 780-957-3958 Fairview 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Legion Hall (10315 - 110 St.) Contact 780-330-9211 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224

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Tangent 4pm to 8pm Tangent Comm Hall Contact Lynne 780-837-7179 or 780-359-2235

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Beaverlodge 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 Sexsmith 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Curling Rink, 9913 - 99th Street Contact 780-882-1974

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Beaverlodge 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 DeBolt 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. DeBolt Centre Contact 780-957-3958 Fairview 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Legion Hall (10315 - 110 St.) Contact 780-330-9211 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224 High Prairie 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 4932 - 51st Avenue Contact 780-523-4588

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Tangent 4pm to 8pm Tangent Comm Hall Contact Lynne 780-837-7179 or 780-359-2235

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Beaverlodge 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 Sexsmith 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Curling Rink, 9913 - 99th Street Contact 780-882-1974

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Beaverlodge 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 DeBolt 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. DeBolt Centre Contact 780-957-3958 Fairview 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Legion Hall (10315 - 110 St.) Contact 780-330-9211 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224

Beaverlodge 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ag-Complex, 1400 - 5th Avenue Contact 780-354-3133 DeBolt 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. DeBolt Centre Contact 780-957-3958 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224

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Dawson Creek 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 10300 - 8th Street Contact 250-219-4048 Enilda 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Enilda WI Hall Contact 780-523-4211 Fort St. John 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Seniors Hall (10908 - 100 St.) Contact 250-785-5886 Grande Prairie 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Ave Contact 780-814-8224

Chetwynd 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Corner of Hwy 97 &29 Contact 250-788-3494 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224 High Level 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Curling Rink Contact 780-926-2000 Manning 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Legion Hall Contact 780-836-0268

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Berwyn 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Pioneer Village Hall Contact 780-618-8535 Dawson Creek 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 10300 - 8th Street Contact 250-219-4048 Fort St. John 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Seniors Hall (10908 - 100 St.) Contact 250-785-5886 Grande Prairie 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Ave Contact 780-814-8224 Kinuso 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Kinuso Ag Hall 1 Swan Ave Contact 780-775-3928 Peace River 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 9702 - 98 St. Contact 780-274-0536

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Chetwynd 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Corner of Hwy 97 &29 Contact 250-788-3494 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224 High Level 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Curling Rink Contact 780-926-2000 Manning 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Legion Hall Contact 780-836-0268

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Rycroft 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Rycroft Ag Building Contact 780-831-8792 Valleyview 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Memorial Hall Contact 780-524-8967

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Chetwynd 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Corner of Hwy 97 &29 Contact 250-788-3494 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224 High Level 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Curling Rink Contact 780-926-2000 Manning 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Legion Hall Contact 780-836-0268

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Rycroft 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Rycroft Ag Building Contact 780-831-8792 Valleyview 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Memorial Hall Contact 780-524-8967

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Chetwynd 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Corner of Hwy 97 &29 Contact 250-788-3494 Grande Prairie 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Avenue Contact 780-814-8224 High Level 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Curling Rink Contact 780-926-2000 Manning 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Legion Hall Contact 780-836-0268

Rycroft 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Rycroft Ag Building Contact 780-831-8792 Valleyview 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Memorial Hall Contact 780-524-8967

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Dawson Creek 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 10300 - 8th Street Contact 250-219-4048 Fort St. John 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Seniors Hall (10908 - 100 St.) Contact 250-785-5886 Grande Prairie 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Ave Contact 780-814-8224 Kinuso 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Kinuso Ag Hall 1 Swan Ave Contact 780-775-3928 Peace River 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 9702 - 98 St. Contact 780-274-0536 Dawson Creek 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 10300 - 8th Street Contact 250-219-4048 Fort St. John 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Seniors Hall (10908 - 100 St.) Contact 250-785-5886 Grande Prairie 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 10032 - 101st Ave Contact 780-814-8224

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BLASTERS. ROCK requires blasters for BC. Must have WSBC and BC Mines tickets. Travel to various locations is required. Industry best wages and benefits. Please send resumes to resume@rcmi.ca


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Harrows & Cultivators Trades Help Misc Farm Equipment Misc Farm Equipment Misc Farm Equipment Misc Farm Equipment 1228 2220 2220 2220 2220 2213 DRILLERS. ROCK requires FOR SALE: WIL-RICH 8THE CORRAL FACTORY: experienced Down Hole Drillers for work at a mine project in Ontario, Canada. Industry best wages, benefits, travel and camp accommodations. Please send resumes to resume@rcmi.ca HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS. ROCK requires a Heavy Duty Mechanic for work at a mine project in Ontario, Canada. The successful candidate must be experienced with hydraulic systems and CAT engines. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in Atlas Copco drills. Must have the ability to work independently and diagnose problems. Industry best wages, benefits, travel and camp accommodations. Please send resumes to resume@rcmi.ca MANUAL MACHINISTS. Certified and experienced. Required immediately in Fort St. John. Relocation bonus, competitive wages. Large, busy shop servicing all industries. Email info@pnmi.ca. www.pnmi.ca.

Antiques 2005 BUYING ANTIQUES-

Coins, Toys, Advertising, Tools & More. Will Buy Bulk. Call or Text 780-8328216

For Sale - Misc 2060 For Sale: Pearson#6 Leather

Sewing Machine and SewMo. Phone Dennis for pricing. 780-864-4080 FOR SALE: Water softener and iron removing system.. (780)971-2350 Jet tub with tub surround. $450 (780)841-4234 MOVING SALE: Older Maytag Washer & Dryer. $150. for Set. OBO. Phone: 780-532-6270

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WANTED: Shed Antlers for Creative Art. Purchase by the Pound. Call Terry at 780766-2937/780-876-4455

Combines & Headers 2207 For Sale: Case 2188 Combine, comes with 25ft Straight Cut Header and Transport. Call 780-864-0415

Haying Equipment 2210 FOR SALE: 12 Wheel Sitrex

Rake. Like New, Magnum Heavy Duty. Phone: 780766-2538 FOR SALE: John Deere 946 13’ Mo-Co Discbine. Call Gord at 780-831-6872 FOR SALE: John Deere 946 Discbine. It has Done Approx. 500 Acres. Phone: 780523-5759 FOR SALE: New Holland 316 16’ Discbine, Cut 3,000 Acres. Call Gord at 780-8316872

Bottom Plow. Call John at 780-835-4841 or 780-8350130

Heavy Equipment 2215 FOR SALE: Allis Chalmers

HD-7 with 3-71 GM Engine. Good Condition. Dudley @ 780-532-2549 FOR SALE: TD-18A Crawler Tractor for Parts. Eugene @ 780-835-0601

Mills/Equipment 2218 Gold Equipment Small

Trommel on Wheels, 12” Sluice & 6” Sluice, etc.. Call: 780-933-3452

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2002 Load-King Super B Grain Trailer. Completely Rebuilt Suspension. Asking $39,500. Phone or Text: 250467-2753 2002 Load Line Tandem End Dump Trailer. Excellent Condition. Asking $30,000. Phone or Text: 250-4672753 3 pth, 72” Heavy Duty Rotary Motor, 2 Blade for 60 HP. $1,800. 780-518-6095 Beaverlodge FOR SALE: 1000rpm drive line for a John Deere 567 round baler (780)971-2350 For Sale: 1974 GMC 6500 Series. 20ft box & Hoist. Phone 780-356-3606 Cell: 780-978-0514 FOR SALE: 20.8-38 & 20.8-34 Used Tractor Tires. $300-$500/Each Other Sizes Available. 780-322-3822 FOR SALE: 20.8-42 Radial Goodyear Used Tractor Tires. Other Sizes Available. $450/Each 780-322-3822 FOR SALE: 24” Breaking Plow & Disc. Eugene @ 780-835-0601 FOR SALE: 26’ Schulte Mower. Good Condition, c/w Extra Set of Blades. 780835-4841 or 780-835-0130 FOR SALE: 30.5-32 & 24.5-32 Used Tractor Tires. $450.00-$550/Each. Other Sizes Available. 780-322-3822 FOR SALE: 60ft Morris Packer Harrow Bar. (780)836-3322 FOR SALE: Bergen Combine Cutting Table Carrier, 30’9” Long. $1,000. Phone: 780-837-0592 FOR SALE: Brandt 7”x 36’ Auger with 20HP Kohler Motor (Command). $1,200. Phone: 780-837-0592 FOR SALE: Canola, Swath Plastic Roller, 8’ wide . $600. Phone: 780-837-0592 FOR SALE: Complete Line of Farm Equipment + 835 Versatile Tractor. Phone: 780-323-4364 FOR SALE: Co-Op Model 302 18’ Flex Harrows. Call: 250-782-9619

FOR SALE: Glencoe 18’ Cultivator. Mounted Morris Harrows. Call: 250-782-9619 For Sale: John Deere 630D Draper header 30’ shedded, very good condition. Call (780)518-8803 FOR SALE: Kirby Chaff Spreader for Axial Flow Combine. $800. Call Gilbert: 780-323-4362 or 780-8371778 FOR SALE: Princess Auto Tow behind Backhoe, Honda Engine. Excellent Condition. Asking $3500. Call: 780933-3452

FOR SALE: Scoop-A-Second 6”x 36’ Grain Auger. Briggs & Stratton Motor, Hopper. Call: 250-782-9619 FOR SALE: Swath Roller 10 ft Blanchard. $500. Call Gilbert: 780-323-4362 or 780837-1778 FOR SALE: Versatile 400 18’ Swather; with Batt and Finger Reels. Call: 250-7829619 FOR SALE: Versatile 400 Swather, Field Ready. $500. Phone 780-274-0810. WANTED a crop chopper. 780-971-2350

FOR SALE: Versatile 4400 21-1/2’ Swather. Batt Reel $3,500. Phone: 780-8370592

FOR SALE: Westfield MK100-61 10” Swing Auger with 540 PTO . $3,000. Phone: 780-837-0592 Rear Axle 4-Wheel Drive Kit for Case IH 1688-2388 Combines. Includes Tires. $7000. 780-323-4362/780837-4362

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Now Selling Corral Panels, Silage Bunks/Wind Breaks/ Fenceline Feeders/Bale Feeders, Gates and Portable Calving Barns. Free Delivery Available. 780-821-9020 Versatile 750 Tractor Parts: 2 Differential, 4 Planetaries Axles, Drive Shaft/Rims/Cab, Most Motor Parts 780-323-4362/780837-1778

Tractors 2230 Looking for 350 Widepad

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John Deere for Parts. Call: 780-836-5694

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FIELD OPERATORS

Loca�on: Pouce Coupe area, Alberta Status: Full-Time Permanent Posted: July 29, 2019 Job Descrip�on Repor�ng to the Senior Produc�on Foreman, the Field Operator will be responsible for performing rou�ne opera�ng func�ons and troubleshoo�ng on all equipment, tes�ng and monitoring gas and oil wells using correct procedures. This is a safety sensi�ve posi�on and will be subject to the relevant requirements of the Birchcliff Drug and Alcohol Policy. Requirements and Responsibili�es • Environment, Health and Safety must be a top priority - ensure that field opera�ons are compliant to health, safety and environmental regula�ons and Birchcliff policies and procedures; • Monitor equipment performance, take correc�ve ac�on, and ini�ate work requests for area of responsibility; • Assist in iden�fying deficiencies and provide recommenda�ons and implement modifica�ons to exis�ng procedures to ensure op�mal performance standards; • Manage opera�ons of oilfield equipment including compressors, separators, line heaters, and wellsite facili�es including performing rou�ne maintenance; • Ensure that opera�ons are carried out in a cost effec�ve manner; • Prepare and input daily produc�on repor�ng in PVR system; • Manage on site contractors, such as, wri�ng work permits, conduc�ng hazard assessments and direc�ng contractors to the worksite; • Will be required to work 8 days on and 6 days off shi� (10 hour days). Must be willing to be on call and work over�me when required. Qualifica�ons • • • • • • • • •

5+ years related opera�ng experience required. PFO/GPO Cer�fica�on and/or 4th Class Power Engineering Cer�ficate is considered an asset. Common Safety Orienta�on, First Aid and CPR, H2S Alive, and other relevant courses and �ckets. Demonstrate effec�ve communica�on with operators, contractors, office teams and management staff. Excellent communica�on skills including a solid working knowledge of MS Office and PVR would be an asset. Have the ability to work effec�vely both independently and in a team based environment. Possess strong a�en�on to detail with a high level of accuracy. Strong cri�cal thinking skills with the ability to manage and assess risk. Excellent organiza�onal and �me management skills, in order to manage mul�ple priori�es and compe�ng demands with �ght �melines.

Applica�on Process Note that this posi�on is located in Birchcliff ’s Pouce Coupe Area. The ideal candidate must reside in the Spirit River, Dawson Creek or Pouce Coupe area. We will also be accep�ng applicants from the Grande Prairie/Beaverlodge areas to fill one posi�on. Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume to careers@birchcliffenergy.com with the term “Field Operator” in the subject line of the email. Birchcliff Energy Ltd. (www.birchcliffenergy.com) offers compe��ve compensa�on, stock op�ons and benefits to its employees. The successful applicant will be a highly mo�vated, flexible, enthusias�c and well-organized individual who enjoys being part of a fast-paced team. We thank you in advance for your submission; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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2245 FOR SALE: Ford 500 Truck, Box Hoist, Low Kms. Call 250-262-7894

Tack 3520 Horses &BUILT RIGHT

Livestock 3535 Border Collie Puppies For

Sale. Working Parents, Great with Kids. Call: 780-8321783 COMPLETE DISPERSAL of 70 good quality Black Angus cows bred Black Angus. Bulls turned out July 1st. Call for viewing. 780-536-8438 FOR SALE: 60 Cow Calf Pairs Running with Black Angus Bulls. 780-523-2539 or 780-523-8774 FOR SALE: Green and broke ranch quarter horses and warm bloods. (780)9712350 Shorthorn Bulls For Sale. 3, 2, and Year Olds Available. Call: 780-832-1783

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FOR-SALE: Livestock Guard Pups. Mother is Komondor, Father is Ackbash Mirama. Ready August 22nd. 780-524-2011 FOR SALE: Registered Yearling Simmental Bulls on the Farm. Semen Tested. Delivery Available. Phone: 250-793-0462 Pyranees Puppies For Sale. Raised in the Field with Sheep. Around Young Kids. Call: 780-832-1783 REGISTERED RED ANGUS Yearling & 2-Year-Old Bulls For Sale by Private Treaty. 780-836-5244 or 780-836-2788 Yearling Clun Forest Rams for sale. Excellent maternal traits. Price $300-$400. Call 250-719-5052

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CRIMINAL RECORD? Why suffer Employment/Licensing loss? Travel/Business opportunities? Be embarrassed? Think: Criminal Pardon. US Entry Waiver. Record Purge. File Destruction. Free Consultation 1800-347-2540. accesslegalmjf.com

Older House to be Moved in Spirit River Area. Open to Offers. 780-864-4400 or 780-518-9575

RANCH FOR SALE $2,700,000 CAD. 1262 acres - bordered by three rivers and by government land. Wonderful seclusion 30 minutes from McBride, British Columbia. Wild game abounds. Stunning mountain views. Excellent access, electricity, cell phone. 3 homes. Large fields, good barns. Owners retired. Ph. 1250-569-7747.

8130 Fencing

Looking for Used Metal Corral Panels and Gates in Good Shape, Reasonably Priced. 780-933-2428

Need post holes drilled in Doe River, BC? Call Ken Evenings only 250-789-3847

9010 Farm Services

Looking for Someone to Disk, Cultivate and Seed 30 Acres. West of Clairmont. 780-933-2428

9025 Hay/Bales For Sale

FOR SALE 35’ Grain Trailer New paint, new tarp, 5-stage ram, can be used for screenings & fertilizer, ready to go to work. Contact Levi @ Sexsmith Used Farm Parts

1-800-340-1192

9135 Motorcycles

2009 Kawasaki-Vulcan 900Classic LT, 4500 Kms. $800. After-Market Mustang-Seat. Asking $5,500. Phone or Text: 250-467-2753

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Sports & Imports

FOR SALE: 2000 Nissan Pathfinder. Mechanically Sound. Body Needs Work. $3000. OBO. Phone: 780532-6270

9160 Trucks & Vans

2013 Chevy Tahoe. Fully Loaded, Low Kms, Excellent Condition. Asking $34,000. Phone or Text: 250467-2753 2010 GMC Short-Box 4x4 Half-Ton., Low Kms, Excellent Condition. Asking $14,000. Phone or Text: 250467-2753

STEEL BUILDING CLEARANCE...”SUMMER OVERSTOCK SALE BLAZING HOT DEALS!” 20X21 $5,828. 25X25 $6,380. 28X29 $7,732. 32X33 $9,994. 35X33 $12,120. One End Wall Included. Pioneer Steel 1-855212-7036 www.pioneersteel.ca

5015 Business Opportunities

5015 Business Opportunities

9160 Trucks & Vans

2001 Dodge Ram 4x4 360/V8 Clean Condition No Rust. Runs Perfect. Burns low oil. 780-300-7503

9185 Boats

For Sale: 17ft Edson Boat with 170HP inboard engine. Phone 780-356-3606 Cell: 780-978-0514 FOR SALE: White Water Blow-up Kayak. Rubber Inner, Nylon Outer Shell. Call: 780-933-3452

9220 RVs/Campers/Trailers

For Sale: 2016 Motorhome 26ft Coachman Freelander. Low Milage, Extended Warranty. Phone Carol Head: 780-538-9240

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STANDING HAY FOR SALE. PHONE: 250-7594956

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Horticulture checklist for August

Royal LePage Valley Realty 10024 – 101st Street Peace River, Alberta T8S 1S6 Buying or selling a farm or ranch in the Peace Country?

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Saskatoon berries Prune diseased plants. Remove non-species plants. Vegetables Continue to supply water through to crop maturity, particularly during the fruit filling or maturation process. Small amounts of foliar nutrient applications may be required to maintain plant growth and health. General Maintain good weed control. Commence or complete harvest operations. Ensure crops are harvested carefully at appropriate maturity stages and cooled quickly to prolong post-harvest lifespan. For most fruit crops - particularly tree or bush fruit - reduce the supply of water towards the middle of the month and do not water after the end of the month. Watering can slow or prevent the onset of dormancy and can increase winterkill in some crops. For example, apples will not shut down growth if water continues to be available. Pest monitoring and management Continue to monitor disease and insect pest development and make appropriate controls, while adhering to pre-harvest intervals. Strawberries Continue to monitor for tarnished plant bug and apply appropriate control measures. Raspberries Control mites as required. Contact

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ACREAGE SALE FOR TWYLA GAGNON – WEMBLEY Directions from Wembley: South on RR 82 to Twp Rd 704A, East on Twp Rd 704A to RR 81, turn south (right), follow RR81 as it becomes Twp Rd 704, follow Twp Rd 704 to RR 80A, turn south (right) into yard. Watch for signs

Saturday, September 7th – 10:00 a.m.

FALL CONSIGNMENT SALE at the Willowview Auction yard in Beaverlodge For any of your consigning needs; Please call Ged at 780-814-4751

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Strawberries Application of nutrients - second nitrogen (N) application to June bearing strawberries in mid-August -15 to 20 lb. per acre N. Continue to cultivate June bearers between rows after harvest to ensure good aeration and incorporation of straw and to decrease next year’s disease and slug populations. Maintain uniform soil moisture to facilitate rooting of runners. Continue N feeding of day-neutrals until the end of August -10 to 20 lb. N per acre per month applied in weekly or bi-monthly applications. Apply field cooling to day-neutrals if temperatures remain high, over 30 C. For June bearers only, apply herbicides before mid-August or after harvest for control of hard-to-control broadleaf weeds. Line up clean wheat or rye straw for a mulch supply. Run straw through the combine twice to reduce the number of weed seeds or volunteer grain in the straw or have it ammoniated. Note that ammoniation is a dangerous and costly process. Raspberries Increase watering until harvest completion. Continue irrigation after harvest to maintain growth of new canes. Trellis primocane raspberry canes if required. Cultivate between rows after harvest to break compacted soil. Delay spent cane removal on floricanes until September.

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DON’T MISS THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE NORTHERN HORIZON Deadline for booking a display ad: 12:00 Noon on Wednesday, August 21 Deadline for placing a classified ad: 10:00 a.m. on Friday, August 23 In Alberta? Call Dan at 250-784-4319 or email at horizon@dcdn.ca In B.C.? Call Janis Kmet at 250-219-0369 or email at jkmet@dcdn.ca Dan Przybylski Sales Mgr. 250-784-4319 horizon@dcdn.ca

The Northern Horizon Phone: 250-782-4888 • Fax: 250-782-6300 • E-mail: horizon@dcdn.ca

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RHYTHM AUCTIONS

SPECIALIZING IN: REAL ESTATE • FARM • COMMERCIAL CHARITY • ESTATE • AUCTION SALES • (250) 261.4198 • rhythmauctions@gmail.com Licensed (#334497) and Bonded

We Are Accepting Items for the Summer Consignment Sale AUGUST 28, 2019 AT 12651 WEST BYPASS ROAD FORT ST. JOHN BC AT 9:00 AM Delivery Dates: August 1, 2019 to August 24, 2019 from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm • Monday to Saturday (These are delivery dates only, you can call anytime to get your items listed in our advertising).

We don't just want to sell your items we want to get better prices for you and to get better prices for you please call us to book your items weeks or months prior to the sale. Better Prices means better services for Consignors and Buyers in the future. Advertising is the best way to get Better Prices so if you book your items way in advance then we can advertise in advance. We advertise through: Northern Horizon Newspaper,

Market Book, Global Auction Guide, Alaska Highway Newspaper, Facebook, Radio and Road Signs. Reaching out to millions of people in Canada and the US.

Current Listings: Buildings: *2003 Atco Sleeper Washcar Trailer, Model: V0001TR, VIN#: 260038457 *2003 Atco Sleeper Washcar Trailer, Model: V0002TR, VIN#: 260038460 *2005 Atco Sleeper Washcar Trailer, Model: V0003TR, VIN#: 260050910 *2006 Atco Sleeper Washcar Trailer, Model: V0004TR, VIN#: 260072564 (AII 4 Units above are on skids. EASY TO MOVE WITH WINCH TRUCK. Buyers will be responsible for loading the Atco shacks). *Farm Equipment: *1460 Gehl Baler Model #:RB1460 Serial#: 13371 *10ft Hesston Haybine Year 1977 Model#: PT1 0-5463 *International 420 Square Baler *Hesston Square Bale Mover (100 bale capacity) Serial#: SM30 *1995 Highline 1400 Bale Accumulator VIV# 9B142775 (14 Bale Self Loading Bale Wagon) 22 ft. CockshuttDisc *10 ft. Homemade Field Picker (4 ft. diameter) *John Deere Cultivator, 28 ft. *Diamond Harrows *16 ft. Co-op Cultivator W/ Mounted Harrows* Single Axle 1986 Hino Grain Truck, VIN#2H9T36583GLO13054, C/W 6 Cylinder Econo Diesel Engine and Standard Transmission (BC Registered) Post Pounder *Massey Ferguson 65 Higharch Tractor (appox. Year 1960) Serial #672121 *Approx. 7 ft. Boat *Westfield Auger Model#TR100-51, Serial #2019 *28 ft. Orange Cultivator *18 ft. Versatile Pull Type Swather*Massey Ferguson (Vemeer) 1560 Round Baler, VIN#002023 *Five Wheel Hay Rake, Serial#1307 *Hay Wagon *Massey Ferguson Square Baler, C/W Bale Stooker *New Holland 855 Round Baler, Serial#789092 *Grain Moisture Tester *Hydraulic Bin Sweep *Grain Dryer with Electric Motor *Livestock Equipment: *24ft x 5.5ft Free Standing Corral Panels x 70 *24ft x 5.5ft Free Standing Corral Panels with 10ft Gate x 10 *Unused Items: *Magnum 4000 Gold Pressure Washers *Heavy Duty Cargo Carrier *Tail Gate and Fifth Wheel *Fifth Wheel Hitch, Model#21590 *Rail Kit, Model#20050 *3 Piece Black Tool Chest Set *Red Tool Chest *12 Volt Electric Winch *2 HP Grizzly G0440 Dust Collector *Hobart Mega-Arc 300 Welder *2 Piece Red Toolbox Set *Red Toolbox *Log Splitter *Three Point Hitch Blade *(2) Honda Generators *(3) 1000 Gal. Fuel Tanks *500 Gal. Split Tank *500 Gal. Fuel Tank *300 Gal. Fuel Tank *Fuel Dispenser *(3) Fuel Tank Stands *Lift Moore Crane, 25 Tonnes *Kodiak 5GB2600HX Generator *Kodiak Generator *Coleman Vertex Generator *Heater *Misc. Items: *Metal Doors *Pallets w. Bags of Cement Mix *Equipment: *Water Tank (fits a Tandom Truck) c/w: Pump and Hoses, 2006 Caterpillar 320C Log Processor, VIN# CAT1320CTSAH01079 c/w 622B Waratah Head, VIN #622357 *ATVS: Coleman CT200U Red Bike *Pull Behind Mower with 8 HP Engine *750 AXI Suzuki King 4X4 Quad (needs transmission and front end work) *Trailers and Vehicles: 1998 GMC 2500 Pickup, VIN#1GTGK24R2WZ508827, BC Registered (412,298 km showing) *Pickup Box Trailer (no registration) *Unregistered Boat with Trailer (needs engine) *1993 Travelaire Trailer, VIN#2TTTW2852PWTQ0281, (BC Registered) *2004 Chev Silverado Pickup, VIN#2GCEC19T741316120, C/W 4 Tires, (BC Registered, 278,635 km showing)

AND MORE!! Subject to Additions and Deletions CHECK: RHYTHMAUCTIONS.COM FOR UPDATES DAILY, FOR FINANCING AND FOR ONLINE BIDDING. Call Aron at 250-261-4198 before delivering your items. You can also call to book your farm, business or acreage auction any time.


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For Marc St. Andre of Girouxville, Alberta

Equipment and Inventory Reduction Wednesday, August 21 2019, 10 A.M.

Auction Location: 51st. Street & 48th. Avenue, Girouxville, AB. West side of Co-op bulk station • For more info call Marc at (780) 876-4563 •

Harvest & Grain Handling: 1996 Case IH 2188 Axial-Flow combine w/pick up header, 4429 eng. hrs. & 3453 threshing hrs. showing • 1994 Case IH 1688 Axial-Flow combine w/pick up header, 5280 eng. hrs. showing • Case IH mod. 1010 straight cut header, 30ft. w/batt reel & Elmer’s carrier • Case IH mod. 1010 straight cut header, 30ft. w/pick up reel & Elmer’s carrier • 1996 MF 220 swather, 26ft. 2053 hrs. showing • Swather mover • Versatile 4250 bi-directional header attach. • Versatile 4022 swather header, 22ft. w/ mover • Westeel-Rosco grain bin, 3300 + bushel, wood floor • (5) Westeel-Rosco grain bins, 1650 + bushel, wood floors • (3) Swath rollers • (2) Sakundiak HD10-2000 PTO swing away grain augers • (2) Westfield 7in. x 46ft. grain augers w/16hp. Kohler engs. • Westfield 7in. x 41ft. grain auger w/12 hp. Kohler eng. • Farm King 7in. x 51ft. grain auger • Brandt 7in. x 35ft. grain auger w/13 hp. Honda eng. • Batco 1335 conveyor • Grain auger hoppers. Trucks: 1980 GMC, s/a, cab & chassis w/International 466 eng. • 1979 International Paystar 5000, t/a, Detroit Silver 92 eng, 13 sp. trans. w/15ft. deck & HIAB 650 picker, 7500lb. retracted lift • 1978 International Transtar 11 cab/over, t/a, Detroit Silver 92 eng. w/5th wheel • 1974 Kenworth, t/a w/8V 71 Detroit eng., 13sp. trans w/aux. & 5th wheel • 1985 Kenworth W-900, t/a, 3406 cat. eng, 15sp. trans, 46 rears & 5th wheel {needs repair} Tillage & Seeding: Bourgault Commander 46-50 cultivator w/knock-on shovels, Valmar 240 appl, harrows & packers • Ezee-On 160 air tank w/ground drive fan • Haul-all grain/ fert. tank. Shop & Misc: Truck service body, complete w/toolboxes & ladder racks • Misc. implement tires/rims • Misc. 1in. board lumber • No. of air ride seats • Elect. motors • Spare implement gear boxes • Misc. other shop items. • Items to be added to this auction as they become available • EQUIPMENT SELLS AT NOON

Sheila Friesen and Alvin Kazakawich of Grande Prairie, Alberta Saturday, August 24 2019, 10 A.M.

Livestock producers receive tax relief for 2019 The Government of Canada today released an initial list of designated regions in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec where livestock tax deferral has been authorized for 2019 due to extreme weather conditions. Preliminary analysis indicates that livestock producers in Western Canada and Quebec are experiencing significant forage shortages due to drought conditions, supporting an early designation under the livestock tax deferral provision. Ongoing analysis and consultations will continue to determine if additional regions will be added to the designated list. The livestock tax deferral provision allows livestock producers in prescribed drought, flood or excess moisture regions to defer a portion of their 2019 sale proceeds of breeding livestock until 2020 to help replenish the herd. The cost of replacing the animals in 2020 will offset the deferred income, thereby reducing the tax burden associated with the original sale. The criteria for identifying regions for livestock tax deferral is forage shortfalls of 50 percent or more caused by drought or excess moisture. Eligible regions are identified based on weather, climate, and production data, in

consultation with industry and provinces. Eligibility for the tax deferral is limited to those producers located inside the designated prescribed areas. Producers in those regions can request the tax deferral when filing their 2019 income tax returns. “Canadian producers have had to face numerous challenges due to extreme weather conditions. It is a priority for our government to quickly determine how the livestock tax deferral will be authorized to ensure that our producers have the support necessary to make informed herd management decisions and to help them keep their businesses strong,” says the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and AgriFood. Low moisture levels resulted in significant forage shortages for livestock producers in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec in 2019. One option for producers is to reduce their breeding herd in order to manage feed supplies. In addition to the livestock tax deferral provision, producers have access to assistance through existing Canadian Agricultural Partnership Business Risk Management programs.

Directions: From the intersection of 100 Ave. & 116 St. {Costco} go 4 km south to twp rd. 711A, go west .2 km to rg. rd. 63, turn right at 63012 twp rd. 711A, north to lot 6. • For more information call Sheila at (780) 538-1062 • Truck: 2000 Volvo w/S60 430 Detroit diesel eng, 60in. bunk {modified with shortened frame, single rear diff. & single wheels} to pull large 5th wheel holiday trailer or horse trailer • Misc. truck accessories & parts: 5th wheel • Bumper/grill guard • Rear diff. • Tires/rims • Tire chains • Air ride truck seats • Holiday Trailer, Boat & Vehicles: 1998 Terry 5th wheel holiday trailer, t/a, 27ft. w/1 slide out & 18ft. awning • Glascon motorboat, 16ft. w/trailer • Johnson 140 boat motor • Johnson 4 trolling motor • Boat motor, the Eska Co. mod. 1925-6 • Replacement seats for boat • 2007 Pontiac Montana Van, 225,574 km showing • 1996 Pontiac Bonnyville Car, 4 door, 214,380 km showing • 1993 Chev Silverado ½ ton, s/c, 4x4 w/6.5 diesel eng, 269,960 km showing • Shop & Misc: Unused Steel Quonset style shop {complete with all materials & instruction manual, to be assembled} approx. 30ft. x 50ft. x 18ft. high • Scaffolding • Herman Nelson heaters • Wood lathe • Loading ramps • Aluminum jockey box • Quad winch • Quad tires • Motorcycle parts {Harley Davidson} • Yard & Garden: (2) Water tanks, 250 & 500 gal. • Estate sprayer • Chain link fencing {for dog run} • ATV snow blade • Household: Kitchen table & chairs • Island type hutches • Microwave • Assort. of dishes • Silverware • Bar stools, Oak & Leather • Pressure cookers & canning jars/supplies • Green machine shampooer • Oak TV stand, corner unit • Toshiba 27in. flat screen TV • Subwoofer & speakers • Computer desk • Reptile terrarium tanks • T-Zone vibration exercise machine • House fans • Lamps • (3) boxes of laminate flooring • King size headboard • Queen size bedding • Children’s toys & misc. • Children’s elect. guitar • Children’s acoustic guitar • Guitar stand • Elect. guitar amp • • Items too numerous to mention •

• For more pictures visit www.ironhorseauctions.ca or our Facebook page • VALLEYVIEW, ALBERTA

www.ironhorseauctions.ca email: iauction@telusplanet.net Ph: (780) 524-3169 Fax (780) 524-5605 Auctioneers: Robin Lovelace 524-6844 Dustin Lovelace 228-3220 Dave Daly 523-9699

Directions: 2424 Chilton Sub, Turn east off truck bypass onto Chilton Sub Road, watch for signs VEHICLES/REC. EQUIPMENT • 2007 Ford F-350, Diesel Engine, 94,534KM, Excellent Condition, No Rust, New Batteries, Box Liner, Leather Interior, 4 Door Crew Cab Dually • 1982 Bayliner 20’ Explorer Pilothouse Boat, 2008 Volvo Twin 135hp, c/w marine Radio Depth Sounders & GPS • 2008 Pacific Tandem Boat Trailer • Boat Cover All Shelter- Roll Up Doors, Approx. 25’ • Honda 5hp Four Stroke Boat Motor • 10’ Utility Trailer, 15” Rubber FURNITURE/HOUSEHOLD • Bedroom Suite • (2) Antique Side Boards • China Cabinet • Table & Chairs • Armoir • Selection of Paintings • Boat Baby Crib • French Doors

SHOP TOOLS • Miller Shopmaster 300 AC/DC Welder • Miller XR Extended Reach Wire Feed • Miller XMT 350 MPA Auto Line • Twin Stroke Paint Sprayer (New) • Air Compressors • Power Jet Pressure Washer (Gas) • Battery Charger on Wheels • Makita Cut off Saw • Sander, Belt & Disc Combo • Rexon 10” Table Saw • Wood Planer • Router (with table) • Wood Clamps (All Sizes) • General International Band Saw • Atlas Copco Air Comp. (Large) • Moving Jacks • JDS AirTech 2000 Filtration System • Extension Cords (large selection} • Work Benches • (4) Tool Boxes • Jonsered Chain Saw • Power Tools (Cord & Cordless)

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Propane Heaters Hay Knife & Cant Hook Animal Trap Air Hoses Wrenches (Large Selection) Sockets (1/ 2 & 3/4 Drive) (2) Gas Engines Homelite Snow Blower Homelite Lawn Mower Tarps & Tie Down Straps Wheel Barrow (Rubber Tire) 30+ Sheets 1/2” Tongue & Groove Plywood Selection of Finished Boat Grade Plywood Selection of Hardwoods 2x6, 2x8, 4x4 assorted Lumber (50) 2x8x8ft Treated Lumber Selection of Steel, Flat Tubing, Never Used Ladders

For more information call Gary, 250-219-2823 SALE IS SUBJECT TO ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS


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Iron Planet - Marketplace-E Public Real Estate Auction

The Village of Rycroft Off until next year! See you at the 98th annual DC Exhibition and Stampede!

3.16± Title Acres & 2.84± Title Acres Property may be viewed without an appointment

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Saturday, September 14th, 2019 VEHICLES & TRAILERS Kenworth Tandem Axle Gravel Truck • 1995 Dodge Truck • 1994 Dodge Truck • 2006 F-350 Welding Truck, c/w Welder• Tandem Axle Pony Gravel Pup Trailer ATV’s & RECREATIONAL 2015 Polaris 570 Side-by-Side • 2015 Polaris 570 Mid-Size Side-by-Side • (2) Honda Quads • 2005 Polaris RMK 900 Snowmobile • Craftsman 22HP “Ice Mower” Mini Zamboni EQUIPMENT 1989 Lull Zoom Boom Forklift • 2014 Bobcat S590 Skidsteer Loader • 8ft Snow Bucket • Miller Pulstar 450 3-Phase Welder • H&M 3x8” Pipe Beveling Machine • 3 Pallets Assort. Welding Tools • 25 Assort. Wheeled Fire Extinguishers • Enclosed Trailer, c/w Pressure Washer & Gen Set • 8 Lots Assort. 4, 6, 8, 10” Pipe • 24 Assort. Grader Tires • Welding Saw Horses • Pallet Assort. Pipe Stands • FARM John Deere Tractor, w/FEL • (16) 24ft Free-Standing Wind Breaks • 24ft Free-Standing Panels • Pull-Type Hydraulic Post Pounder SEA-CANS 24ft Storage Van • 20ft Sea-Can on Skids MISCELLANEOUS 9 Pallets Retaining Wall Blocks • Assort. Tires • 32 Recycle Blue Bins • 500gal Fuel Tank FIREARMS Great Plains 50Cal Muzzle Loader NOW ACCEPTING ITEMS

DON’T MISS OUT - BOOK EARLY!

Sale yard located at Mile 54 Alaska Hwy, Charlie Lake, BC • Behind Shell truckstop CHECK OUT FACEBOOK FOR UPDATED PHOTOS

www.shortbuscheauctions.ca Food Concession on site

And Remember...

Don’t Sell Yourself Short Let Short Busche Do The Selling For You!

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Call Kevin (250) 261-1891 to book your items AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: Short Busche Auctions • Charlie Lake, BC (250) 787-5454 or (250) 261-1891

For property details and to make an offer visit:

IronPlanet.com/realestate

Acreage Auction FOR

LAWRENCE & VI ANDERSON

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 2019•10:00 A.M. WORSLEY, AB

Directions from Worsley: 6.4 kms East to Range Road 72 (Running Lake Road), then 3.2 kms North to Township Road 872, then 1.4 kms East. Watch for signs. For information, call 587-259-7675 or 780-402-0512 VEHICLES 2009 GMC Sierra 4 x 4 Extended Cab 83,150 Kms SHOP Hotsy Pressure Washer • Hobart 235 Welder • Hobart MIG Welder • Acetylene Propane Cutter • Sanborn Upright Air Compressor • Ridgid Pipe Stand • Princess Auto Drill Press • Metal Cutting Band Saw • Husqvarna Power Saws • Shop Vac • Parts Cabinets • Tool Chest • Parts Washer • As New 2,000lb Winch • Bench Grinders & Angle Grinders • Pallet Mover • Table Saw • Portable Air Compressor • Scroll Saw • Work Benches • Ladders • Vise • Quantity of Carpenter Tools • Large Quantity of Shop Tools • Dewalt Cut-Off Saw • Oil & Miscellaneous • Gyproc Stand LAWN & GARDEN John Deere 345 Lawn Tractor c/w Rototiller & Snowblower • Husqvarna RZ 5424 Zero Turn Mower • Quad Sprayers • Yamaha Moto 4 Quad • Lawn Sweep • 12’ Aluminum Boat • Ice Augers • Fishing Gear • Trolling Motor • Life Jackets • Coolers • Scare Canon • Whipper Snipper • Rototiller ANTIQUES 100 Lb. Anvil • Small Anvil on Stand • Metal Cans, Washing Machine with 2 Cycle Engine • Wooden Boxes • Boilers • Neck Yokes • Cream Can • Barn Lanterns & Other • Cross Cut Saws • Old Drill Press • Saw Blades • Metal Cans & Pails • Buzz Saw • Forge Blower • Hand Crank Sewing Machines • Snares & Traps • 1 Bottom Horse Plow • Sickle Mower • Butter Churns • Insulators • Pack Saddle • Trunk • Treadle Sewing Machine • Cast Iron Pots • Jars • Milk Bottles • Lamps • 25 Gallon Crock • Garden Seeder • Leg Vise • Cant Hooks • Sad Irons • Steel Wheels • Saddle Repair • Stool • Kerosene Heater • Traps (1 Bear – missing one spring) • Draw Knives • Shoe Lasts • Wine Jugs • Electric Singer Sewing Machine HOUSEHOLD ITEMS( 2) Fridges • Table & Chairs • China Cabinet • (2) Patio Sets • (2) Bedroom Suites • Filing Cabinets • Dressers • Double Bed • Queen Bed • (2) Single Beds • TV Cabinet • End Table • Wood Desk MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Tires • Barrels • Hoses • Shovels • Laths • Steel Wheels • Quantity of Iron • (3) Fuel Tanks & Stands • 100 Gallon Double Wall Slip Tank • Barrel • Water Pumps • Hoses & Fitting • Chains & Boomers • Tow Ropes • Electrical Cords • Quantity of Lumber • Poly Water Tank • Sidewalk Pads • Cedar Shingles • Cement Wire • Plastic Fence Posts • Steel Wheel Drill • Heating Pipe • Metal Shelving • Scaffolding

LIST SUBJECT TO ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS • NO BUYERS FEE • LUNCH AVAILABLE

PH/FAX EASTMAN AUCTIONEERING 780-338-2864

Licensed & Bonded #002972

SERVING THE AREA SINCE 1973 Cell: (780) 618-7670 • Email: lyle@eastmanauctioneering.com www.eastmanauctioneering.com

Box 297 BERWYN, AB T0H 0E0

59195

“Don’t sell yourself short, let Short Bushe do the selling for you!”


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REAL ESTATE & EQUIPMENT AUCTION — THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2019

WEAVER THE AUCTION ADVANTAGE

Monday, September 23, 2019 9:00am – Timed Auction begins & On-site Registration available Thursday, September 26, 2019 9:00am – Auction Sale & Live Internet Bidding begin 12:00pm – Real Estate sells & Timed Auction bidding closes

2012 DODGE 5500HD BOOM TRUCK

2014 DODGE 5500HD BOOM TRUCK

2011 DODGE ROLL OFF TRUCK

2007 CHEVROLET WELDING TRUCK

2011 CHEVROLET WELDING TRUCK

2012 DODGE RAM 5500 SERVICE TRUCK

2011 FORD F550 SERVICE TRUCK

2005 GMC C5500 4X4 STEAM TRUCK

2009 KENWORTH T800 DUMP TRUCK

2013 WS 4900SB TRI-DRIVE TRUCK

2014 WS 4900SB TRI-DRIVE WINCH

2014 WESTERN STAR TRI-DRIVE DUMP TRUCK & 2011 RENN SL1700 17 FT. TRIDEM GRAVEL PUP

2012 DOEPKER SN14770-S TRIDEM SCISSORNECK LOWBED

2012 CHEVROLET SILVERADO PICKUP

2011 TAHOE SPORTS UTILITY VEHICLE

2010 CHEV 12 PASSENGER VAN

2011 RENN SL1700 GRAVEL PUP

2013 MIDLAND TRIDEM ENDDUMP

LARGE QUANTITY OF ATTACHMENTS

(18) ROLL OFF BINS

Alberta transactions handled by Deri Leey Cell: (780) 897-1590 Email: deri.wallan@gmail.com

Commercial Real Estate Falher, Alberta

Farmland Real Estate Spirit River, Alberta

1.5 +/- TOTAL ACRES INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY LOT 1 BLOCK 782 1802

158.01 +/- TOTAL ACRES FARMLAND NW22-77-6-W6

2013 30x120FT. WASH BAY, IN FLOOR HEAT/RADIANT HEAT, 22x16FT. ELEC. DOOR, 50x74FT. SHOP CONNECTED TO WASH BAY, RADIANT HEAT, (2) DOORS 12x14FT. & 10x10FT., CITY WATER AND SEPTIC TANK, ZONED COMMERCIAL M1

66x36x18 FT. HEATED SHOP, COMES WITH (2) OVERHEAD DOORS, CONCRETE FLOOR, 26x48 FT. HOME, DECK, UNFINISHED BASEMENT, NATURAL GAS, HYDRO, ANNUAL SLR: $2,850.00, 2018 TAXES: $1,543.10

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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 1ST

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Prepare to purchase, get in touch with Janet Shostak jshostak@leaseplus.ca Cell: 403-803-0047

GET PRE-APPROVED FINANCING

2014 DODGE 5500HD 4X4 W/HIAB 077BS-3CLX BOOM TRUCK

DOWNLOAD THE APP TO BID FROM YOUR PHONE DURING LIVE & TIMED AUCTIONS!

2015 MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL 512R 5X12 FT. SCREENING PLANT

LARGE QUANTITY OF WELDERS

BRANDT PIPE GRAPPLE

British Columbia transactions handled by Riley Brown Cell: (250) 719-7355 Email: rileybrown@remax.net

Residential Quarter Farmington, British Columbia

Residential Acreage Dawson Creek, British Columbia

NE 1/4 SEC 5 TWP 80 RGE 17 W6M PRD

3 +/- TOTAL ACRES OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY 12611 215 ROAD

1996 HOME 2,880 SQ FT, 3 BED/3 BATH, REFRIGERATOR, DISHWASHER, WASHER, DRYER, STOVE, OAK KITCHEN, CURVED STAIRCASE, MASTER ENSUITE/LARGE MB W/ DOUBLE GARAGE + 32’ X 48’ DETACHED GARAGE + 40 ACRE FENCED HORSE PASTURE W/ DUGOUT OVER $6000 SLR, PROPERTY TAXES: $1,798

Ofce: 780-864-7750

Lorne: 250-219-0871

2012 1,512 SQ FT. MODULAR HOME, 3 BED, 2 BATH, STOVE, FRIDGE, WASHER & DRYER, 40x75 FT. SHOP W/ CONCRETE FLOOR, RADIANT & FORCED AIR HEAT, ON DEMAND HOT WATER, 200 AMP SERVICE, 40x60 FT. COVERALL BUILDING, ZONED R4, STORAGE SHED, 2019 PROPERTY TAXES: $3,064.93

Evan: 250-219-4539


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REAL ESTATE & EQUIPMENT AUCTION — THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2019

1998 CASE IH 2388 COMBINE

1996 CASE 2188 COMBINE

2015 JOHN DEERE S680 STS COMBINE

CHALLENGER SP115B SWATHER

1999 PRAIRIE STAR 4920 SWATHER

2013 NEW HOLLAND SD550 60 FT. AIR DRILL

FLEXICOIL 67XL P/T SPRAYER

2006 CASE IH 2052 DRAPER HEADER

2012 NEW HOLLAND T9.450 4WD TRACTOR

2009 JD 9620T TRACK TRACTOR

2001 JD 9400 4WD TRACTOR

2008 HITACHI ZX270LC-3 HYD. EX

DOOSAN DX225LC HYD. EXCAVATOR

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