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Amendments to Alberta Land Stewardship Act on the way The wording sparked fear among landowners BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

The Alberta government is on a mission to sell its controversial landuse law. It has proposed 11 amendments to the Alberta Land Stewardship Act (ALSA), which has been criticized for ignoring property rights, while MLAs travel the province to explain what it can and cannot do. “When ALSA passed through the legislature, I am going to suggest that we missed some of the interpretation that was in there, never recognized that. When we took it out on the street, people would not understand what ALSA was doing,” said sustainable resource development minister Mel Knight. He plans to introduce the amendments during the spring sitting of the legislature. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Reflection of markets | Farmers get wheat board forecast to make seeding decisions BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

There continues to be wild volatility in the market, but new crop and old crop wheat prices are remarkably similar in the Canadian Wheat Board’s first Pool Return Outlook for 2011-12. Most wheat grades and classes are slightly higher for 2011-12, but durum

and malting barley are much higher, satisfying farmer hopes to see the good world prices they have heard are in the market. No. 1 Canada Western red spring wheat 13.5 percent protein is forecast at $9.58 per bushel at port in 2011-12, little changed from the latest 2010-11 PRO of $9.61. No. 1 CWRS 11.5 percent protein is $8.74 per bu., up from the 2010-11


PRO of $8.44. This assumes a return to a normal grade pattern after weather downgraded last season’s crop. Durum prices are much higher, however: $10.18 per bu. for No. 1 Canada Western Amber Durum 13 percent protein for 2011-12 compared to 2010-11 prices of $8.46. Malting barley prices are also much

higher for 2011-12 compared to 2010-11, with an increase of $1.83 to $7.34 per bu. for two-row and $6.97 for six-row. CWB market analyst Neil Townsend said volatile grain markets mean the final pool prices will likely be different from the first PRO prices. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none


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CWB analyst confident However, farmers need to be given some sign of how prices will fare. The crop has not yet been planted and will be marketed well into 2012. “It’s a long time, but you’ve got to put a number out there,” Townsend told reporters after unveiling the new PRO at the GrainWorld Conference in Winnipeg on Feb. 28. “I feel good with the PRO. It’s a strong reflection of where the futures markets are, a strong reflection of where we think the basis might go, and it’s got all the available information in it.” Greg Donahue of Biggar, Sask., said in an interview during the conference that the wild variations in market prices since 2006 have left him and many farmers unsure of what price range to expect. “It’s difficult to make a projection,” said Donahue. “You try to pick commodities that look good. It’s tricky with the ups and downs. It’s hard to manage the cash flow. It’s a long time from now until you get to sell the crop.” Townsend said much of the wheat market outlook relies on northern hemisphere production this summer, as well as outside factors. But the middle scenario he pre-

sented, between an outright bullish scenario and an outright bearish scenario, was “somewhat bullish,” with prices rising with world wheat production sitting below consumption and stocks becoming tighter. He also said wild cards such as political unrest in the Middle East and world oil prices can have a major impact on all commodity prices, including grain. Corn is the biggest bullish underpinning of the grain market, Townsend said. It has low stocks that aren’t expected to grow, even with a good U.S. crop this summer. The battle for acres that is expected to increase corn production this spring will probably lead to corn prices peaking in the spring seeding period. Townsend also discussed the similarities of 2011-12 to 2006-07 and 2007-08. If the situation is similar to 2007-08, the wheat market will probably peak within the next four weeks. However, if it’s more like 2006-07, then the market is just building a base and the peaks could be much higher and months in the future. FOR THE FIRST PRO OF THE 2011-12 CROP YEAR, SEE PAGE 15.

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Canadian farm incomes are set to tumble back to earth in 2011 after a year that Agriculture Canada says saw a record level of net farm cash returns. In a farm income forecast published Feb. 28, the department projected that realized net income will fall 38 percent nationally this year, 69 percent in Manitoba and 66 percent in Saskatchewan. In British Columbia, this will be the third consecutive year of negative realized net income. Alberta is expected to fare the best among western provinces with a sharp increase in realized net farm income, but only because last year’s results were a dismal $64 million. The department makes three assumptions when projecting lower farm: • d e b t-s e r v i c i n g c h a r g e s w i l l increase as interest rates rise; • input cost increases will outstrip income increases; • spring seeding conditions on the Prairies may reduce the acreage planted. Cameron Short, executive director for policy analysis at Agriculture


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Canada, told reporters that this year’s results look weaker only when compared to last year’s strong financial results. “E xpected increases in input prices, uncertainty on growing conditions in the Prairies and rising interest rates temper an otherwise positive forecast for 2011,” he said. “Income is still higher than the previous five-year average.” He was comparing net cash income, which does not include depreciation. Realized net income this year, including depreciation, is projected to fall more than 10 percent below 2005-09 averages. The departmental report also projects that program payments this year will fall 20 percent to $2.4 billion, although that does not make assumptions about AgriRecovery payments because they are triggered by unexpected natural disasters. The 2005-09 average program payment was $4.2 billion. Short said last year’s financial returns were strong because of the late-year boom in commodity prices, lower fertilizer, pesticide, feed and seed prices and record low interest rates. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Alberta hog semen exporter finds the Indian market tough to crack. 24 PREMATURE FLOCCULATION: Brewing problems can often be traced back to fungal infections in barley. 32 HOG REBOUND: A farm leader says the hog sector experienced more of a rebound than a recovery last year. 76 TOUGHER WEEDS: Increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere may make it harder to kill weeds. 79





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Amendments to land act The admendments will change controversial wording that led to a perceived loss of private property rights and loss of compensation if land is set aside for conservation. “This government in no way is going to pass legislation that diminishes their opportunity for personal property rights,” Knight said. The act enables the provincial land use framework, a concept introduced about five years ago, to divide Alberta into seven regions based on watersheds to guide future development. The plans cover air and water quality thresholds as well as environmental, economic and social use of land. Knight promised that municipal plans will be honoured, but new zoning bylaws must fit into the regional plan. “Municipal plans that are in place before a plan has been ratified and accepted for a region by cabinet, any of those municipal plans will be upheld,” he said. Regional plans must follow provincial laws, and rights of appeal will remain in effect. Knight also promised that the government will respect leases on public land for grazing, forestry, mining and energy exploration. The lease holder must receive adequate notice of changes and an opportunity to propose alternatives if the government cancels an agreement. Ted Morton, the former minister of sustainable resources, also said rights will be protected when he spoke at the Alberta Beef Industry conference in Red Deer Feb. 25. “I regret that we have not been more alert to the crusade of misrepresentations,” he said. However, he pointed out many decisions affecting property are already controlled by provincial bodies such as the Energy and Utilities Board or the Natural Resources Conservation Board, which oversees intensive livestock operations. Morton said the coming amend-

I regret that we have not been more alert to the crusade of misrepresentations. TED MORTON ALBERTA MLA

ments also promise an internal appeal process. Directly affected landowners may contact the responsible minister, who must act on the complaint. As well, a section of the act that refers to “extinguishing statutory consent” will be changed. “We will add an amendment that makes it clear what a statutory consent is not,” Morton said. Compensation may also be offered through conservation programs such as easements or directives. The Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties welcomes the promises for more clarity in the act and is willing to see what changes are introduced, said president Bob Barss. However, he said what municipalities really want is the ability to influence a proposed regional plan before it is released and regulations written. “All rural municipalities have to have the opportunity to have input because they control what happens on private land,” said Barss. “I don’t think any kind of a plan is a bad thing. We want to conserve as much agricultural land as we can.” He conceded that development got out of hand in some regions and this may be a way to control it in the future.

Andy Barath of Brooks, Alta., takes shelter from the biting cold wind in the dark of his ice hut while he jigs for whitefish. The Brooks and District Kiwanis Club held its 18th annual ice fishing derby on Lake Newell Feb. 19-20. Barath took home $400 for catching the largest whitefish. The winning pike weighed in at 28 pounds eight ounces. | KEVIN LINK PHOTO


Sask. growers to see benefit hike for unseeded acres BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

Saskatchewan crop insurance has improved its unseeded acreage benefit for 2011 after last year’s recordsetting year. More than 12,300 claims for land that couldn’t be seeded because of excess moisture were registered with Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corp. and officials are expecting wet fields to be a concern again this spring. The 2011 program will see the benefit rise from $50 to $70 per acre, subject to a five percent deductible for each land description that has wet acres. “After last year’s record rainfall we are pleased to see an increased unseeded acreage benefit,” said Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities president David Marit in a news release. The seeding intensity calculation that also affects payouts under this benefit has been changed to improve coverage, said SCIC general manager Cam Swan. “What we’ve done is we’ve said all

the acres you couldn’t seed because it was too wet, we call them seeded for the purposes of calculating seeding intensity,” he said. Last year was the most severe case of excess moisture the corporation has dealt with in its 50 year history. It is still in the black, despite payouts of nearly $700 million, with about $480 million in the bank. “This may sound like a lot of money but depending on how many acres get planted and insured this year, we could be insuring as much as $4 billion in liability,” Swan said. “So in relative terms it’s important to have some money in the bank.” Last year about 21.5 million acres were insured, down from 25 million in 2009. That is mostly due to fewer acres being planted, he added. Saskatchewan agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud said the improvements made to crop insurance will result in a record contribution from provincial coffers. The government has allocated $161 million for its share of premiums. That compares to $127 million last year and $155 million the year before. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

CROP INSURANCE CLAIMS number of claims registered (as of Feb. 1)1

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12,310 4,891 13,110 1,738 21,320

$221,355,000 $13,908,000 $200,038,110 $7,478,155 $252,297,000

Unseeded acreage Establishment benefit Pre-harvest/post-harvest Wildlife Excess moisture program 1 Actual claims to be processed.

2 Includes claims that resulted in zero payment.

Source: Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corp. | WP GRAPHIC

The producer share of premiums will also rise from an average of $6.98 to $8.45 per acre. That is because coverage levels are also at record high levels. The average will be $173 per acre, up from $131 last year. Bjornerud said these and other improvements should encourage participation. There were other changes instituted as well: • young farmers beginning new contracts can transfer yield and premium discounts previously earned by relatives in the same family

operation. Before, they had to use area averages without premium discounts. This benefit will be phased in over three years; • producers on joint contracts can start their own contracts without adjustments to their premium discounts or yields. E xisting y i e l d s a n d d i s c o u nt s c a n b e transferred as long as the joint contract was held for at least three years; • an enhanced forage insurance program; • a variable price option will set insured prices in September rather

than July to better reflect market prices; • establishment benefit values for large green lentils rise to $45 per acre from $40, and canola rises from to $50 per acre from $45; • more crops have been added to the crop averaging program, allowing producers to insure up to 90 percent; • the price for field peas has been increased to reflect the increase in the volume marketed for human consumption. Producers have until March 31 to apply for or make changes to crop insurance contracts.





Feds’ livestock feed program too late: producers Designated Sask. flood zones | The federal-provincial cost-sharing program will pay up to $30 per ton BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

Federal money for Saskatchewan livestock producers in 91 flooded rural municipalities is appreciated, producers say, but comes too late for many. Orland Walker, who raises cattle near Hudson Bay in the designated area, said many producers have left the industr y over the past few months and continue to do so. “A lot got out because they had no feed,” he said. Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz

announced an AgriRecovery program Feb. 22 that will see Ottawa and the province share the cost of providing up to $30 per ton to help producers in designated RMs buy feed. The two levels of government will also cost-share on freight assistance for producers who have to haul feed or livestock. The RMs are in northeastern Saskatchewan where excess moisture caused significant hardship last year. The region was earlier designated as a tax deferral area, in which producers who had to sell breeding livestock qualify for a one-year income tax

deferral to help them rebuild the following year. The assistance will be cost-shared on the traditional 60 percent federal and 40 percent provincial formula. The announcement was greeted with some confusion because all Saskatchewan producers are eligible to apply under the existing Saskatchewan Feed and Forage Program announced last November, which also provides up to $30 per ton and freight assistance. The provincial program includes a reseeding component offering $30 per reseeded acre for perennial for-

age damaged by flooding. Ottawa is not contributing to that part of the program. “We had to base ours on sound science,” Ritz said when asked why the federal assistance was targeted. “They’re looking at expanding it on a case by case basis. We’re trying to get some stability between what we do in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta. Everybody wants national standards so we try to keep it as close as we possibly can.” Walker said the assistance is welcome but “a day late and $2 short.” Provincial minister Bob Bjornerud

The federal government has announced assistance to help livestock producers buy feed. Pete Jenkins was recently out feeding cows on a cold day at his ranch south of Glentworth, Sask. | JILL JENKINS PHOTO


said some producers are leaving to take advantage of higher prices, but Walker said many sold when calves were worth $600 and cows were worth $650. They’re now worth $1,000 and $1,400, he added. He expects the feed assistance to pay half what producers need. He said the money should help him buy feed until the end of March. After that, he doesn’t know what he will do. Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association chair Jack Hextall said he is also frustrated with how long it took Ottawa to unveil the assistance program. Many farmers had to make decisions about their herds long before help was announced. “I think everybody really struggles with the timeliness of these programs,” he said. “We continue to press that these programs have to be a lot more responsive.” The province estimates the program will cost $7.8 to $8 million, depending on how much it is used. The provincial share will be $5.2 million. Ottawa has budgeted up to $7 million for Saskatchewan. Ritz and the Alberta government also announced AgriRecovery payments last week for producers in the Peace region who faced feed shortages because of drought. Ottawa has budgeted $14.7 million and the province $9.8 million to help producers cover the costs of transporting feed to their herds or their herds to feed. The money is available to producers in the counties of Grande Prairie, Birch Hills, Clear Hills, Northern Lights, Northern Sunrise and Saddle Hills, and the municipal districts of Big Lakes, Greenview, Smoky River, Spirit River, Peace and Fairview.


Canadian grain exporters pleased with EU committee move on GM BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Europe has taken another step toward softening its rigid zero tolerance stance on unapproved GM crops, much to the delight of Canada’s grain industry. On Feb. 22, a European Union committee voted in favour of regulations that would establish a 0.1 percent tolerance level for unapproved genetically modified crops found in feed shipments. That is 10 times more leeway than the existing policy. “It is a very, very important step because it symbolizes this change in attitude within the European Union that they must begin to modify their regulatory framework associated with products produced through modern biotechnology,” said Canada Grains


Council consultant Dennis Stephens. Earlier in the month there were indications that the committee would reject the proposal. Stephens said there was a lot of lobbying to convince representatives of the member states on the committee to vote in favour of the new tolerance level. He also credits the turnaround in part to a trip to Europe by Canadian agriculture minister Gerry Ritz, who met with his European counterparts at a food security meeting in Germany.

“I personally think the timing of that was very, very right,” said Stephens. Perhaps the biggest reason the new tolerance level was embraced was the pressure from Europe’s livestock sector. In the summer of 2009 the EU rejected about a dozen ships containing 180,000 tonnes of U.S. soybeans containing trace amounts of an unapproved GM corn trait. In response, feed exporters stopped sending product to Europe, causing hardship for the EU’s protein-starved livestock sector. Europe relies heavily on feed imports, bringing in more than 51 million tonnes in 2010. Stephens said it could be another six months before the technical solution wends its way through the rest of the EU’s political system. The next step for importers and

exporters will be to convince Europe to expand the policy to include food shipments. “We have been given assurances they are going to work towards the inclusion of food at the earliest possible time,” said Stephens. There was concern within the European Commission that a policy that included both feed and food would have been rejected by the member states. But there is a provision in the current proposal to later expand the tolerance levels to include food shipments. Stephens said in its current form, the proposal will encourage exporters to ship meal rather than seed, which could negatively impact the EU’s crushing industry. He noted that the proposed policy won’t help Canada’s flax industry gain better access to the EU because

the unapproved traits have to be approved in a non-EU country and there must be an authorization request submitted to the European Food Safety Authority. The Triffid trait that disrupted flax trade with the EU doesn’t meet those criteria. The ultimate solution Canada and other exporters are pushing for is for Europe to adopt a low level presence policy, something along the lines of the four percent threshold being considered by the Philippines. In the meantime, the 0.1 percent proposal is a giant leap forward. “It will mean a significant reduction in the number of cases where trade has been disrupted because of detection of events unauthorized in the EU,” said Stephens. FOR A RELATED STORY, SEE PAGE 31.





Manitoba braces for floods High snow pack | Fargo suffered $100 million in damage in 2009 BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU

A larger than expected snow pack in North Dakota has increased the likelihood of a flood in Manitoba larger than the one in 2009. The flood in the Red River Valley that year was the second biggest in the last 100 years. Manitoba Water Stewardship issued an updated flood forecast Feb. 24 that said there is a good chance the Red River will peak 0.3 to 0.76 metres higher than 2009, assuming snowfall, rainfall and the rate of melt is typical.

As a result, thousands of acres of cropland in the Red River Valley would be covered in water and dozens of roads south of Winnipeg would become impassable. Several days of above zero weather in February reduced the height of the snow pack in Manitoba, but little of that water made it into rivers and streams, flood forecasters noted. The spring runoff will likely be above average in many regions of southern Manitoba: • along the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border between Virden and Westray near The Pas;

• Killarney and Cypress River region; • areas southwest of Lake Winnipeg, including Winnipeg. The forecast said the provincial government is preparing for a spring flood by lowering water levels in the Shellmouth reservoir, near Russell, Man., buying two more sandbagging machines and cutting ice on the Red River north of Winnipeg to reduce the likelihood of ice jams. Residents of Fargo, North Dakota, hope to fill three million sandbags before spring. Red River flooding caused $100 million in damage in Fargo in 2009. access=subscriber section=news,none,none


Sask. gives flood prevention help BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

The Manitoba government is taking measures to prevent a repeat of the flooding that occurred in the province in 2009. | FILE PHOTO


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Maple Creek and other communities have been approved for assistance under Saskatchewan’s emergency flood damage reduction program. Maple Creek suffered extensive flooding last June following a severe rainstorm. A consultant’s report released in February recommended building dikes along the town’s west side to prevent future problems. Mayor Barry Rudd said the project is still being finalized and he hopes more details will be available for a public information session March 8. In addition to dikes, the plan will likely also include cleaning out creek beds and culverts, he added. Although time is running short, Rudd said he thinks the community will be fine with a slow snow melt. It also has a plan B if the dike project can’t be completed. “We’ll use big round or square hay bales,” he said. “A lot of communities use them and they actually work better than sandbags because they don’t leak. They absorb the water and hold it.” Bales that aren’t needed for flood control could be sold, he added. “This isn’t going to happen again,” Rudd said. Less than a week after the program was announced, the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority said 70 com-

We’ll also provide 100 percent of the cost to test private potable water supplies…. DUSTIN DUNCAN SASK. CABINET MINISTER

munities, seven RMs and 25 individual farmsteads had already been approved for assistance. More are expected to be approved daily. Thirteen engineering firms are working with the authority to determine what action is necessary to alleviate flood risk. The cost of the Maple Creek project is not yet known but Clinton Molde of the SWA said 100 percent of the engineering design and 75 percent of construction costs will be covered. Those arrangements are part of the $22 million program to help communities and rural residents protect their property from future floods. Rural yard sites and residences are eligible to receive 85 percent of the cost to protect them and the full cost of technical assistance. “We’ll also provide 100 percent of the cost to test private potable water supplies that may be impacted by flooding to make sure that people still have access to safe drinking water,” said Dustin Duncan, the provincial cabinet minister responsible for the watershed authority.

The program also includes a shortterm component, such as paying half the cost of sand bagging and clearing channels and frozen culverts. Farmland protection is not included in this program. Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities president David Marit said several hundred farmyards and rural residences are at risk this spring. Forecasts suggest flooding will be widespread and the watershed authority is contacting communities that are expected to be most at risk. Duncan said the amount of money allocated to the program was determined by considering the number of communities that face excess moisture. “It should be adequate to cover the provincial government’s portion,” he said of the $22 million allocation. “Certainly it’s our intention to use this program to get us through this spring and 2011.” However, he also said the program has emergency and long-term components. The watershed authority will consider funding higher total project costs if certain control structures address long-term needs. Meanwhile, the public safety ministry is holding meetings with municipal officials to plan for flood risks and ensure effective response. The ministry will stockpile rapid response equipment and make it available to communities. access=subscriber section=news,none,none


Program helps Manitoba hog producers with manure management BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

New government funding for manure storage may save small Manitoba hog producers facing regulatory extinction, farm leaders say. A winter-spreading ban for small farmers becomes law in two years, they add, and the $26.3 million in federal-provincial cash through the Manure Management Financial Assistance Program is badly needed.

“This program is definitely going to help,” said Doug Martin of Keystone Agricultural Producers. “After three years of losses, your bank’s probably breathing down your neck, and then you have to build more storage and upgrade? The money’s just not there.” The new program will give farmers 75 percent of the cost of building new manure lagoons or repairing old ones, to a maximum of $250,000 per farm. Larger hog operations have been

banned for years from spreading manure on snow, but small operations were allowed to continue the practice under tightening restrictions. However, winter spreading will be banned altogether in 2013 and all farms will be forced to have storage facilities large enough to hold more than a year’s worth of manure. Most operations with less than 300 animal units do not have these storage facilities. Manitoba Pork Council director

Rick Bergmann said the new funding might allow small farms to survive the winter spreading ban. “This will be instrumental in allowing a lot of family farms to stay in the game,” said Bergmann. “A lot of producers that were under that 300 (animal unit) threshold were really wondering what their future was.” Federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz said the funding will help farmers not just store but also treat man-

ure so that phosphorus levels can be controlled. “The adoption of these technologies will reduce the volume of manure that needs to be hauled, thereby cutting transportation costs, and will decrease the risk of manure runoff from fields in the spring,” said Ritz. “While our government is dedicated to protecting the natural landscape and water, we’re not about to let our producers carry that cost on their own.” access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none




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Arab unrest wild card in grain market economy Danger may dampen confidence in economy | Rising instability could push crop prices up or down BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

Spreading political unrest in the Middle East could continue to have huge impacts on crop prices, say experts who spoke last week at GrainWorld. The problem is that it is impossible to predict not only what will happen but also the way markets will react. “It’s going to be a year of uncertainty,” said Geoff Stone, senior economist with Export Development Canada. “We’re in for quite a ride in the next couple of years.” Analysts at the Canadian Wheat B o a rd c o n f e re n c e re p e at e d l y referred to the political unrest, violence and revolutions rocking the Arab world, moving from Tunisia to Egypt to Libya and unsettling nations across the world. Anxiety caused by unrest in the crucial region has slapped crop markets from both directions. Some analysts believe crop prices will go up because governments will hoard grain to pacify their people, while others fear imports will be disrupted by social and government breakdown. Oil prices have surged since Libya, a significant producer, began to roil with revolution. Traders worry that the unrest in Libya could hurt oil production and that the spreading unrest could close the Suez Canal and disrupt major oil producers Saudi Arabia and Iran. Canadian Wheat Board market analyst Neil Townsend told reporters that many investors in agricultural commodities don’t know much about farming so they tend to shove prices around as they react to world events. Emotions can drive traders as much as anybody else and create price swings in commodities such as oil. “They get scared about things, or they get hopeful about things,” he said. “They’re mixed with their opinions about what the volatility and the uncertainty in the geopolitical situa-

Revolutions like this one in Libya are sweeping through Arab countries. The unrest could disrupt world economic growth, grain trade and oil prices, presenting uncertainty in what is otherwise an outlook for strong grain prices. | REUTERS PHOTO tion is. You see that jitteriness. I don’t see any decline in that going forward.” Royal Bank of Canada senior economist Paul Ferley said his greatest economic fear for the coming year is that a geopolitical danger damages confidence, especially in the United States. The economic recovery is gradual, he added, and “in that kind of environment you get worried about some

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sort of unforeseen geopolitical risk kicking in that prevents that recovery from being sustained.… There is a lot of potential for that sort of geopolitical risk to play out.” Ferley said inflation and excessive growth in Asia are major risks to the world economy and commodity demand. Governments fearful of out of conrol inflation could clamp down too hard, causing demand to slump and


commodity prices to collapse. Stone said he sees inexplicably strong prices for some metal commodities, which makes him bearish about their price outlook. However, crop prices aren’t as dangerously based, Stone said. Not only are crop prices fundamentally supported by tight ending stocks, but people do not respond to high food prices the way they respond to high metal prices.

With high metal prices, people tend to buy less and ration demand. With increasing food prices, buyers tend to hoard and do things that push up prices, giving agricultural commodities an “atypical supply curve.” Stone said that bodes well for crop prices. FOR THE 2011-12 PRO, SEE PAGE 15. THE 2010-11 PRO AND FEED PEA BENCHMARK ARE ON PAGE 26.

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Soggy soil may deter chickpea acres Demand, prices up | Weather damaged crops in India and Mexico BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

A market analyst expects farmers to seed fewer chickpeas this spring, despite dwindling stocks and strong market fundamentals. “I would say the acres are probably going to be down next (crop) year, just in speaking with farmers,” said Dan Hawkins, marketing adviser with FarmLink Marketing Solutions. “(Growers) are hesitant to put chickpeas in with that much water underneath them.” Chickpeas are an indeterminate crop that will keep growing into October or November when there is

abundant soil moisture, which exposes the pulse to increased frost risk. Hawkins expects as little as 125,000 acres of the crop, down from his estimate of 175,000 acres last year and a five-year average of 235,000 acres. Almost all of the acres will be kabulis. Agriculture Canada is forecasting 210,000 acres, down from its estimate of 205,000 acres planted last year. Hawkins said there are bullish signals in chickpea markets. Canada has exported 37,607 tonnes of the crop through the first five months of the 2010-11 marketing campaign, up from 30,552 tonnes during the same period in the previ-

ous crop year. There will be next to nothing left in the system if that pace of exports is maintained. Demand prospects appear good, partly because of reports that cold weather damaged Mexico’s kabuli crop in the northwestern states of Sinaloa and Sonora in early February. Chickpea prices rose in Mexico in response to the bad weather. India’s winter kabuli crop has also suffered early-season damage. According to Stat Publishing, some traders expect 250,000 tonnes of production, down from the 500,000 tonnes anticipated by market bears. Hawkins said those two potential

Canadian exports of chickpeas are up and supply is tight. | supply-limiting incidents are behind Canada’s decent kabuli prices. Bids for seven millimetre kabulis were 28 cents per pound last week, which is four to five cents higher than usually comparable red lentil prices. Any combination of eight to 10 millimetre kabulis is fetching around 37 cents per lb. Hawkins said processor consolida-


tion has hurt Canada’s chickpea industr y, giving growers fewer options and reducing their marketing clout. The only way he can envision a resurgence in the crop is if India banned the export of kabuli chickpeas or if processors came back to the trade out of frustration with reduced lentil processing margins. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none


Oil’s threat to economic growth challenges grain market strength MARKET WATCH



rude oil prices and grain prices took different directions last week, breaking what had become a general assumption. For years, rising oil prices were expected to support grain prices because of the connection between oil and biofuel. If oil rose, there would be more demand for ethanol and biodiesel , which would push feedstocks such as corn, wheat, soybeans, palm and canola higher. But as oil pushed past $100 per bar-

rel on the New York exchange, up 11 percent from the previous week, grain and oilseeds fell about four percent. The reason appeared to be that investors were worried that the violent revolution in Libya, which unlike Egypt and Tunisia is an oil exporter, had the potential to create oil shortages. There were also worries the unrest could spread to larger oil producers such as Iran and Saudi Arabia. If oil prices remain higher than $100 for a sustained period, then that could set back the international growth forecast for this year. Some commentators have widened the threat to say a one-two punch of high oil and high food prices will floor the economic recovery. There is substance to that worry. It wasn’t only the U.S. mortgage crisis and bank collapses that propelled the world into recession in 2008. Oil at $140 and corn at $7.50 also had a role.

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And remember, oil price shocks preceded all the recessions since the 1970s. So what is the prospect for oil remaining above $100? Libya produces only two percent of the world’s oil and there is surplus production capacity in other countries. CIBC oil expert Peter Buchanan said the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, particularly Saudi Arabia, has five to six million barrels of spare capacity that it could press into service if it worried that the world economy could fall back into recession. But oil bulls like Jeff Rubin, a former chief economist with CIBC World Markets and author of Why Your World Is About to Get a Whole Lot Smaller, say the ability of Saudi Arabia to increase production is much less than generally believed. And if the popular uprisings spread

to Saudi Arabia, the worry would increase even more. The Saudi government last week tried to head off unrest by announcing billions of dollars in programs to increase jobs for young people and improve pay for government workers. So oil prices are a wild card as long as people in the Middle East and North Africa keep rising up against their authoritarian governments. With the uncertainty, some money that was in crop commodities has been withdrawn into safer investments. That helped pressure crop prices lower, but it also set the stage for increased demand and improved fundamentals for grain prices. We can’t forget the oil-biofuel link. Higher oil prices make biofuel makers more profitable so they will increase production. And by the end of last week, that point was again in traders’ minds as

corn prices climbed back from the midweek decline. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Outlook Forum drove home the message last week. The forecast delivered at the forum was for increased seeded acreages for U.S. corn, soybean and wheat crops. However, even with more production than last year, demand is so high that there would be little growth in year end stocks. Indeed, U.S. wheat stocks would decline. It is not a sure thing that the production levels that were forecast can be achieved. The heavy snow pack is not limited to the eastern half of the Canadian Prairies. North and South Dakota and Minnesota all have heavy snow packs. If there are seeding delays, USDA predictions of a near record corn yield of 161.7 bushels per acre, up from 152.8 bu. last year, will be a stretch. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none





GRAINS Slaughter Cattle ($/cwt)

Steers 600-700 lb. (average $/cwt)

Grade A


Live Previous Feb. 18-Feb. 24 Feb. 11-Feb. 17


Steers Alta. Ont. Sask. Man. Heifers Alta. Ont. Sask. Man.


*Live f.o.b. feedlot, rail f.o.b. plant.

$145 $140 $135 $130 $125 1/24 1/31


2/14 2/18 2/28

Saskatchewan $145

n/a 98.87-109.67 n/a 94.00-98.75

84.05 86.99 n/a 75.25

174.50-176.85 176.00-182.00 n/a n/a

176.50-179.85 178.00-181.00 n/a n/a

n/a 95.03-106.19 n/a 91.00-95.00

104.50 95.08-106.50 n/a 93.00-97.75

84.67 86.03 n/a 74.75

175.85-176.85 175.00-181.00 174.00 n/a

177.85-179.50 177.00-180.00 n/a n/a Canfax

Feeder Cattle ($/cwt) 2/7

2/14 2/18 2/28

Manitoba $140 $135 $130 $125 $120 1/24 1/31


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Heifers 500-600 lb. (average $/cwt) Alberta $160

Steers 900-1000 800-900 700-800 600-700 500-600 400-500 Heifers 800-900 700-800 600-700 500-600 400-500 300-400





105-115 110-127 115-138 125-148 135-170 145-183

105-119 110-125 115-135 128-149 140-167 150-174

106-122 112-128 120-139 130-153 144-174 150-184

no sales 115-122 116-127 125-141 140-159 152-166

105-121 110-127 114-135 122-145 130-154 130-156

102-118 110-126 115-135 125-145 130-155 130-150

100-121 110-130 120-138 128-155 135-160 140-163

96-107 107-117 117-129 123-147 135-152 140-162 Canfax


Average Carcass Weight

$130 2/7

2/14 2/18 2/28


Steers Heifers Cows Bulls

Saskatchewan $140 $135

Feb. 19/11 Feb. 20/10 848 867 788 817 677 669 1018 986



2/14 2/18 2/28

Manitoba $150 $140 $130 $120 $110 1/24 1/31

YTD 10 869 814 670 949

U.S. Cash cattle ($US/cwt)

$125 $120 1/24 1/31

YTD 11 855 790 677 1004


2/14 2/18 2/28

Heifers 110.69 110.58 n/a 180.56

Feeders No. 1 (700-799 lb) Steers South Dakota 120.50-136.85 Billings 121.50 Dodge City 125-129

Trend steady/+2 n/a firm/+2

Cash Futures -5.92 -5.04 n/a n/a -15.81 -14.93 Canfax

Canadian Beef Production million lb. YTD % change Fed 259.6 -5 Non-fed 54.3 -12 Total beef 313.9 -6 Canfax

Cattle / Beef Trade Exports % from 2009 83,834 (1) -23.7 8,922 (1) -28.6 308,768 (3) +5.3 407,495 (3) +7.7 Imports % from 2009 n/a (2) n/a 54,694 (2) +0.8 15,921 (4) +25.9 18,122 (4) -8.5

Sltr. cattle to U.S. (head) Feeder C&C to U.S. (head) Total beef to U.S. (tonnes) Total beef, all nations (tonnes) Sltr. cattle from U.S. (head) Feeder C&C from U.S. (head) Total beef from U.S. (tonnes) Total beef, all nations (tonnes)

(1) to Feb. 12/11 (2) to Dec. 31/10 (3) to Dec. 31/10 (4) to Feb. 12/11 Agriculture Canada

Alberta $160 $150 $140 $130 n/a

Close Close Feb. 25 Feb. 18 Live Cattle Feb 112.03 111.05 Apr 114.10 115.15 Jun 115.85 116.18 Aug 117.53 117.58 Oct 120.40 120.05 Feeder Cattle Mar 129.83 130.08 Apr 131.63 131.75 May 132.43 132.25 Aug 132.58 132.80 Sep 132.10 132.00

Trend Year ago

Apr 03-Apr 16 Apr 17-Apr 30 May 01-May 14 May 15-May 28 May 29-Jun 11 Jun 12-Jun 25 Jun 26-Jul 09 Jul 10-Jul 23 Jul 24-Aug 06 Aug 07-Aug 20 Aug 21-Sep 03

Maple Leaf Feb. 25 152.21-154.46 158.95-162.99 170.40-171.30 173.09-173.54 171.30-173.09 176.24-176.24 175.13-175.34 175.13-176.03 175.05-176.03 171.44-175.05 161.56-168.73

+0.98 -1.05 -0.33 -0.05 +0.35

90.30 91.93 90.40 88.83 91.55


2/14 2/18 2/28

Barley Sp Select 6-row $360 $350 $340

$320 1/24 1/31


2/14 2/18 2/28

Barley Sp Select 2-row $380 $370

$340 1/24 1/31

2/14 2/18 2/28

Wheat 1 CWRS 13.5%

-0.25 -0.12 +0.18 -0.22 +0.10

101.05 102.50 103.45 105.25 104.78


$420 1/24 1/31

Feb. 18 Previous Base rail (index 100) 3.20 3.20 Index range 99.85-104.00 64.41-103.17 Range off base 3.16-3.33 2.04-3.30 Feeder lambs 1.60-2.00 1.60-2.00 Sheep (live) 0.30-0.45 0.30-0.45 SunGold Meats

Feb. 22 2.20-2.92 2.00-2.35 2.15-2.20 2.09-2.17 1.70-1.86 1.70-2.10 0.95-1.10 0.95-1.10 70-120

2.50-2.85 2.19-2.70 2.05-2.26 2.07-2.18 1.84-2.15 1.70-2.10 1.00-1.15 0.97-1.10 70-120

Ontario Stockyards Inc.

Feb. 28 Wool lambs <80 lb 1.95 Wool lambs >80 lb 1.65-1.85 Hair lambs 1.55-1.85 Fed sheep 0.65-0.75

2/14 2/18 2/28

Canola (cash - March) $620


Sheep ($/lb.) & Goats ($/head)


Cash Prices



$540 1/21 1/28

To Feb. 19 Canada 2,861,920 2,973,011 -3.7

2/11 2/18 2/25

Canola (basis - March) $0 $-10 $-20 $-30 $-40 1/21 1/28


2/11 2/18 2/25

Feed Wheat (cash) $205 $200 $195

Basis: $199

$190 $185 1/21 1/28


2/11 2/18 2/25

Flax (elevator bid- S’toon) $580 $570 $560 $550 1/21 1/28


2/11 2/18 2/25

To date 2011 To date 2010 % change 11/10


Index 100 hogs $/ckg Alta. Sask.

n/a 146.35

Man. Que.

145.00 152.45 *incl. wt. premiums


$180 1/21 1/28


2/11 2/18 2/25

Canola, western barley are basis par region. Feed wheat basis Lethbridge. Basis is best bid.

Chicago Nearby Futures ($US/100 bu.)

Corn (March) $750 $720

Hogs / Pork Trade



Agriculture Canada

2/14 2/18 2/28


Basis: -$1


Fed. inspections only U.S. 14,951,452 15,040,235 -0.6

Sltr. hogs to/fm U.S. (head) Total pork to/fm U.S. (tonnes) Total pork, all nations (tonnes)

Export 129,776 (1) 336,111 (2) 1,097,676 (2)

(1) to Feb. 12/11

(3) to Feb. 12/11

(2) to Dec. 31/10


% from 2009 -6.1 +2.1 +2.1

Import n/a 16,802 (3) 16,864 (3)

% from 2009 n/a +5.1 +5.1 Agriculture Canada

2/14 2/18 2/28


$660 $630 1/24 1/31


2/14 2/18 2/28

Soybeans (March) $1440




2/14 2/18 2/28

Feb. 18-Feb. 24 U.S. Barley PNW 204.00 U.S. No. 3 Yellow Corn Gulf 305.50-311.70 U.S. Hard Red Winter Gulf 354.48 U.S. No. 3 Amber Durum Gulf 439.09 U.S. DNS (14%) PNW 505.41 No. 1 DNS (14%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 10.33 No. 1 DNS (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 8.43 No. 1 Durum (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 9.43 No. 1 Malt Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 4.80 No. 2 Feed Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 4.44

Feb. 28 Feb. 18 Trend Wpg ICE Western Barley ($/tonne) Mar 194.00 194.00 0.00 May 205.00 205.00 0.00 Jul 205.00 205.00 0.00 Oct 195.00 195.00 0.00 Wpg ICE Canola ($/tonne) Mar 572.70 585.90 -13.20 May 578.70 594.10 -15.40 Jul 585.80 601.70 -15.90 Nov 569.20 575.50 -6.30 Jan 574.00 580.80 -6.80 Chicago Wheat ($US/bu.) Mar 7.8250 8.2225 -0.3975 May 8.1700 8.5575 -0.3875 Jul 8.4825 8.8600 -0.3775 Sep 8.7925 9.1300 -0.3375 Chicago Oats ($US/bu.) Mar 3.7125 4.0975 -0.3850 May 3.8100 4.1750 -0.3650 Jul 3.8850 4.2200 -0.3350 Sep 3.8600 3.9950 -0.1350 Chicago Soybeans ($US/bu.) Mar 13.5725 13.6800 -0.1075 May 13.6475 13.8100 -0.1625 Jul 13.7250 13.8900 -0.1650 Aug 13.5900 13.7400 -0.1500 Chicago Soy Meal ($US/short ton) Mar 356.4 362.0 -5.6 May 361.9 366.0 -4.1 Jul 364.1 367.5 -3.4 Aug 360.9 362.6 -1.7 Chicago Soybean Oil (US¢/lb.) Mar 56.77 56.49 +0.28 May 57.33 57.12 +0.21 Jul 57.86 57.63 +0.23 Aug 58.06 57.82 +0.24 Chicago Corn ($US/bu.) Mar 7.2250 7.0975 +0.1275 May 7.3100 7.2025 +0.1075 Jul 7.3325 7.2450 +0.0875 Sep 6.5025 6.5925 -0.0900 Minneapolis Wheat ($US/bu.) Mar 9.3075 9.5550 -0.2475 May 9.4100 9.6650 -0.2550 Jul 9.4925 9.7425 -0.2500 Sep 9.5050 9.7550 -0.2500 Kansas City Wheat ($US/bu.) Mar 9.0250 9.2975 -0.2725 May 9.1250 9.4075 -0.2825 Jul 9.2250 9.5050 -0.2800 Sep 9.3550 9.6325 -0.2775

Year ago 143.00 147.00 147.00 147.00 384.50 386.60 392.90 399.60 402.70 4.9275 5.0450 5.1675 5.3075 2.2050 2.2950 2.3850 2.4650 9.5250 9.6250 9.7050 9.6625 271.0 268.4 268.3 266.5 39.50 39.90 40.34 40.51 3.7075 3.8175 3.9250 3.9975 5.0525 5.1675 5.2775 5.3950 4.9950 5.1025 5.2100 5.3225

Canadian Exports & Crush




Feb. 23 Feb. 16 Year Ago 171.26 171.26 135.95 28.40 29.65 13.85


Chicago Hogs Lean ($US/cwt)


Rye Saskatoon ($/tonne) Snflwr NuSun Enderlin N.D.

Grain Futures 2/4


Sask. Sheep Dev. Bd.

Feb. 28 Avg. Feb. 18 Laird lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 38.25-40.75 39.00 39.00 Laird lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 23.50-27.75 24.80 24.80 Richlea lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.75-34.00 33.21 32.71 Eston lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 31.75-32.75 32.33 32.33 Eston lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 22.75-23.75 23.50 23.50 Sm. Red lentils, No. 2 (¢/lb) 20.75-25.75 23.13 23.13 Sm. Red lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 17.75-22.75 19.88 20.54 Peas, green No. 1 ($/bu) 7.10-8.50 7.63 7.75 Peas, green 10% bleach ($/bu) 6.50-7.00 6.75 6.95 Peas, med. yellow No. 1 ($/bu) 7.25-8.25 7.63 7.76 Peas, sm. yellow No. 2 ($/bu) 7.10-7.50 7.37 7.63 Maple peas ($/bu) 8.75-9.00 8.88 8.94 Feed peas ($/bu) 3.50-6.27 4.69 4.69 Mustard, yellow, No. 1 (¢/lb) 26.25-30.75 27.50 27.50 Mustard, brown, No. 1 (¢/lb) 18.25-30.75 21.50 21.50 Mustard, Oriental, No. 1 (¢/lb) 23.25-28.75 25.00 25.00 Canaryseed (¢/lb) 26.75-29.25 27.67 27.67 Desi chickpeas (¢/lb) 24.75-27.75 25.75 25.75 Kabuli, 8mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 32.00-32.50 32.38 32.38 Kabuli, 7mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 25.00-25.50 25.38 25.38 B-90 ckpeas, No. 1 (¢/lb) 24.20-25.50 25.18 25.18

Canadian Wheat Board



Pulse and Special Crops Information supplied by STAT Publishing, which solicits bids from Maviga N.A., Roy Legumex, CGF Brokerage, Parrish & Heimbecker and Walker Seeds. Prices paid for dressed product at plant.

International Grain Prices ($US/tonne)


This wk Last wk Yr. ago 192-194 194-196 169-171

New lambs 65-80 lb 80-95 lb > 95 lb > 110 lb Feeder lambs Sheep Rams Kids



Hog Slaughter

Man. Pork Feb. 25 152.62-154.87 159.38-163.43 170.45-171.35 173.15-173.60 171.35-173.15 176.30-176.30 175.13-175.40 175.13-176.03 174.59-176.03 170.98-174.59 161.05-168.27


$130 1/24 1/31

$390 1/24 1/31

St. Lawrence Asking

Est. Beef Wholesale ($/cwt)

Fixed contract $/ckg





Index 100 Hog Price Trends ($/ckg)

$130 1/24 1/31


W. Barley (cash - March)

Due to wide reporting and collection methods, it is misleading to compare hog prices between provinces.





$120 1/24 1/31



Chicago Futures ($US/cwt)


Basis Alta-Neb Sask-Neb Man-Neb

To Feb. 19 Fed. inspections only Canada U.S. To date 2011 392,842 4,480,150 To date 2010 414,107 4,470,461 % Change 11/10 -5.1 +0.2


Slaughter cattle (35-65% choice)Steers National 110.83 Kansas 110.73 Nebraska 112.00 Nebraska (dressed) 179.65

Durum 1 AD


Cattle Slaughter


$120 1/24 1/31

Rail Previous Feb. 18-Feb. 24 Feb. 11-Feb. 17

103.00 96.40-108.90 n/a 92.00-96.75

$130 $125 1/24 1/31

Year ago

CWB T.Bay Domestic Asking Prices

Apr May Jun Jul

Close Feb. 25 90.20 99.05 101.45 100.78

Close Feb. 18 92.28 100.55 102.78 101.40

Trend -2.08 -1.50 -1.33 -0.62

Year ago 72.80 77.93 81.40 80.48

Aug Oct Dec Feb

EXCHANGE RATE: FEB. 28 $1 Cdn. = $1.0270 U.S. $1 U.S. = $0.9737 Cdn.

Close Feb. 25 100.00 88.70 85.10 84.80

Close Feb. 18 100.05 88.88 84.50 84.75

Trend -0.05 -0.18 +0.60 +0.05

Year ago 79.83 70.10 67.83 69.70

$1320 1/24 1/31


2/14 2/18 2/28

Oats (March) $440 $420 $400 $380 $360 1/24 1/31


2/14 2/18 2/28

(1,000 To To tonnes) Feb. 20 Feb. 13 Wheat 215.9 172.1 Durum 101.2 49.3 Oats 17.8 22.0 Barley 6.6 29.1 Flax 1.8 0.1 Canola 154.5 148.3 Peas 15.1 59.0 Canola crush 119.1 114.9

Total to date 6342.7 2022.2 653.4 862.5 195.3 4105.2 1418.3 3413.5

Last year 7562.0 1722.1 532.4 755.1 308.5 3912.4 897.0 2290.3




CANFAX REPORT The struggle continued between packers determined to pressure prices lower and feeders tightly holding cash cattle. Packers had the edge last week, with the Canfax average steer price falling $1.28 to $104.27 per hundredweight and heifers falling $1.44 to average $103.42. Most of trade was on a dressed basis at prices near the high end of the range. Sales volumes totalled 11,126, down 17 percent. The cash to futures basis widened to ‐$5.04 from ‐$3.22 the previous week. Weekly fed exports to Feb. 12 totalled 9,980 head. Packers will likely continue to pay just enough to procure cattle to meet their immediate needs, but tight cash cattle supply should limit the fall.

U.S. cash cattle set record highs last week, supported by a strong futures market, good beef exports and feeders willing to keep their gates closed if they don’t get the money they want.

COW PRICES RISE D1, D2 cows rose 30 cents to average $69.59 per cwt. D3s rose $1.27 to average $59.83. Rail cow prices were steady at $132‐$135. Good butcher bulls rose $1.83 to average $78.50. Weekly non‐fed slaughter exports to Feb. 12 rose 13 percent. Exports are down 34 percent so far this year.


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The weekly Canfax average feeder

steer price rose about 30 cents and heifers rose $1.50 per cwt., supported by strong U.S. feeder prices and the need to keep up with strong corn prices. Steers 300‐400 pounds held firm w h i l e 4 0 0 ‐ 6 0 0 l b. d ro p p e d 4 5 cents. Strong October live cattle futures helped 600‐700 lb. steers rise $1.42 and 700‐800 lb. were steady. Steers 800 lb. and heavier rose 50 cents‐$1. Increased demand pushed 300‐500 lb. heifers up $3 and 500‐700 lb. $2 higher. Heifers 700‐900 lb. rose 50 cents and those heavier than 900 lb. were steady. Auction volume totalled 34,886, down 15 percent from the previous week and down 26 percent from last year.

Weekly feeder exports to Feb. 12 were 2,592 head, more than double the previous week but 41 percent lower than last year. So far feeder exports are down 29 percent. Fourth quarter fed contracts are still profitable if costs of gain do not rise further, which supports middle weight feeders. Stockers should see more demand as grass interest improves. Auction volumes should increase because backgrounders are exhausting winter feed stock.

U.S. BEEF PRICE UP U.S. packers successfully pushed Choice cutouts to $170.36 US per cwt. and Select rose to $169.81, both up $3.14. Greater volatility in outside mar-

kets and rising crude oil prices, which could curb consumer spending, might soon be reflected in the beef market. Canadian weekly slaughter of 54,906 head to Feb. 19 was down three percent from the previous week and steady with year ago. Cut-out prices were unavailable. Montreal wholesale prices for delivery this week fell $2 Cdn to $192‐$194.

This cattle market information is selected from the weekly report from Canfax, a division of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association. More market information, analysis and statistics are available by becoming a Canfax subscriber by calling 403275-5110 or at

WP LIVESTOCK REPORT HOG CASH PRICES FALL Seasonally smaller supply and increasing pork demand are expected to support hog prices as spring approaches. Strong export demand is also supporting prices. The U.S. Department of Agriculture expects U.S. pork production to drop by 472 million pounds this year, the largest annual drop since at least 1990. Iowa-southern Minnesota cash hogs delivered to plants rose to $62 US per hundredweight Feb. 25 from $58 Feb. 18. The U.S. pork carcass cut-out value was $92.08 Feb. 25, up from $90.39 Feb. 18. The U.S. federal slaughter estimate was 2.108 million head, up from 2.086 million the previous week.


BISON STILL STRONG The most recent report from the Canadian Bison Association said Grade A bulls in the desirable weight range were $3.50-$3.75 per lb. hot hanging weight. Grade A heifers were $3.50-$3.65. Animals older than 30 months and those outside the desirable weight range may be discounted. Slaughter cows and bulls were $2.50.

SHEEP STEADY Ontario Stockyards Inc. reported 850 sheep and lambs and 30 goats sold Feb. 22. All classes of sheep, lambs and goats were steady. access=subscriber section=markets,livestock,none

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Food labels should bring safety information, clarity


eports out of Ottawa suggest the political winds are shifting on the contentious issue of whether food containing genetically modified material should be so labelled. The matter isn’t likely to be addressed via legislation in the near future but the implications should nevertheless be considered by farmers and consumers. And by politicians. As it stands, voluntary labels indicating the presence of GM material, or its absence, are approved by the Standards Council of Canada, although there hasn’t been much uptake of that option. There are now rumblings about mandatory labelling of foods; something along the lines of “may contain” GM content. It’s premature to debate wording, but given the proliferation of GM crops grown all over the world, a label indicating a food “may contain” GM is useless. Yes, it may contain GM content. And it may not. Would a consumer reading those words be any better informed? On Feb. 22, the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications (ISAAA) released its report on global plantings of biotech or GM crops. Such plantings increased by 10 percent in 2010, and internationally more than one billion hectares, or 2.47 billion acres, of land are planted to biotech crops. The United States remains the biggest adopter of the technology, followed in descending order by Brazil, Argentina, India, Canada, China, Paraguay, Pakistan, South Africa and Uruguay. Each of these countries had more than 2.47 million acres in production last year, according to the ISAAA, and 29 countries planted biotech crops. The one billion hectare mark “signifies biotech crops are here to stay,” said ISAAA chair Clive James in his annual report on biotech crop planting. To get a sense of the acreage, 2.47 billion acres is roughly the same land area as the continental United States. Planting of biotech crops has increased year over year. The ISAAA says their use has increased 87-fold between 1996 and

2010 and show every sign of continuing to claim acreage. Why are biotech crops so popular? For the benefits they offer in weed and insect resistance, drought tolerance, better fertilizer use and improved human health. And it is telling that developing countries grew 48 percent of the total global biotech crop in 2010 and are expected to increase their use. Given these figures, one begins to see the potential problem with labels indicating foods “may contain” GM content. With so many countries planting GM crops, and with our food supply becoming increasingly global, much of our food may eventually have some relationship to crops that have been genetically modified. That doesn’t necessarily mean the final product is genetically modified; only that the source material may have been. Canola is a prime example. Much of the canola crop is grown from GM seed, but the resulting oil is exactly the same as oil produced from non-GM seed. Thus a label indicating the oil “may contain GM” would be inaccurate. Then there’s the thorny question being debated in the European Union: can GM content of 0.001 percent be deemed GM free for the purposes of labelling? When it comes right down to it, food labels should have the primary goal of addressing safety. Consumers should be able to have confidence that labels are informative and truthful, so they can make intelligent decisions about what they eat. There is no scientific evidence indicating food derived from GM crops is unsafe. And a label indicating a food “may contain” GM does not add any clarity to available information about the food in question. No safety issue, no clarity issue. Why should we rethink the need for GM labels? Bruce Dyck, Terry Fries, Barb Glen and D’Arce McMillan collaborate in the writing of Western Producer editorials.


Our similarities bring us to a common ground. Our differences allow us to be fascinated by each other. TOM ROBBINS NOVELIST


Optimism breaks out in agriculture but is the industry ready for its closeup? NATIONAL VIEW


Politicians and farm leaders see a bright future for the agriculture sector


ased on the buzz around the corridors of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture meeting last week, optimism is breaking out in rural Canada.

The official theme of the CFA’s annual meeting was “connecting with consumers.” The unofficial theme was that farmers’ time has arrived. The industry is on the cusp of great times and farmers, whether or not they feel it on their own bottom line, are heading into a golden age. “There is a sleeping tiger in agriculture and we have to take a look at how we capture it,” Ontario farmer Ron Bonnett told the convention after winning another term as president. Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz joined the optimism parade. “The agriculture industry is a key economic driver here in Canada and today the industry is looking better than it has for some time,” he told delegates. “Crop prices are up, canola prices

are at a two year high, wheat, corn and barley prices are up sharply since last summer, dairy genetics are increasingly becoming a hot commodity out there on the world stage, the livestock sector is recovering and producers are seeing higher and more stable prices out into the future.” Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff piled on. “I am fantastically optimistic about the future of Canadian agriculture,” he told Ontario Federation of Agriculture president Bette Jean Crews. On the ground, the numbers do not seem to reflect the rosy predictions. Realized net income is projected to fall 38 percent from what Ottawa says was a 2010 record, farm debt is growing, program payments are falling and farmers continue to complain

about excess freight costs. Yet even farmers are feeling frisky, according to Farm Credit Canada. President Greg Stewart told the CFA that the annual FCC farmer survey showed most farmers consider themselves better off now than they were five years ago and three-quarters said they expect the next five years to be even better. “That could be a ballot question,” quipped Ritz with an eye on an election that may be break out within weeks. Part of what has put swagger into farm leaders’ stride is the fact that several “mainstream” newspapers have started to write about the food industry as if it matters. This, industry leaders say, means the farm and food sectors are finally being recognized as economic engines.

Of course, that attention, if it lasts, could be a double-edged sword. With more attention comes more scrutiny. What if the story that food matters suddenly morphs into questions about whether food is safe enough, whether modern farm practices are humane, sustainable or ethical, whether it is right that agriculture has one of the few legalized price-setting or sales monopolies, whether taxpayers should really have to put up billions of dollars each year to support an industry that allegedly is heading into the best of times? Sector leaders undoubtedly have answers for all those questions. Once they get over the thrill of being centre stage, they should start to prepare for the scrutiny that the spotlight brings.





Ship purchase a good deal for farmers Canadian Wheat Board chair Allen Oberg explains the business case for the CWB’s purchase of two lakers



he Canadian Wheat Board has decided to purchase two lake vessels based on a strong business case that will result in significant economic benefits for prairie farmers. This investment will generate revenue for decades to come, and pay for itself many times over, just as CWB ownership of rail hopper cars has done. We on the CWB board of directors, which includes farmers’ elected representatives, have been highly supportive of this innovative idea. We approved this purchase on its business merits, which I would like to share with you. • Investment: The upfront costs associated with purchasing these ships are about $65 million. The CWB will pay for this over four crop years from its revenues. To put this in context, assuming an average tonnage volume over those four years, this expense is equal to a little less than $1 a tonne — less than half of one percent of expected gross CWB revenues over the payment period. • Return: The return on this investment begins accruing immediately, once the ships are in operation. This benefit accrues to all farmers, regardless of what port their grain flows to, since all farmers share in all transportation costs. Seaway movement costs all farmers $70 to $75 million each year. Owning ships will see some of that cost come back in the form of freight revenues. • We conservatively estimate net revenues, after costs of operation




and maintenance, at $10 million per year. That means the ships will have paid for themselves within seven years of going into service. And they will keep generating revenue for their lifespan, which is at least 25 years. • In addition, all farmers will benefit from improved efficiencies in transporting grain through the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway. • Risk: This is a low-risk investment. These ships are in high demand because the current fleet on the Great Lakes is old and badly in need of replacement, so revenue potential is strong. After delivery, our two ships will operate in a pool of vessels (the others owned by shipping companies Algoma Central Corporation and Upper Lakes Group), operated and managed by Seaway Marine Transport, which is a partnership of those two companies.

• The C WB (farmers) will then receive a proportionate share of the revenue generated from all the freight business carried out by the pool of vessels. • Opportunity: There is a narrow window of opportunity to make this investment. The strong Canadian dollar, the removal of a 25 percent tariff on imported vessels and the business appetite of global shipyards has made this initiative economically feasible. • In addition, the fact that others are looking to build new ships means that our order can be part of a larger shipbuilding contract, which helps keeps costs down. • Because of the dire need to replace an aging Great Lakes fleet, the CWB’s participation was highly desired, which placed us in an excellent position to negotiate favourable terms. We are proceed-

ing in partnership with shipping companies and ship design experts who have long experience in this industry. • The CWB mandate: The CWB’s mandate is to maximize the financial return to farmers from the marketing of their wheat and barley. Grain marketing includes transportation, which directly affects the competitiveness of prairie grain in the world marketplace and, for that reason, directly impacts farmers’ returns. • For the same reasons, the CWB purchased 3,400 rail hopper cars in previous years. Western Canadian farmers are businesspeople who understand the value of cost efficiency, profit margins and investments that generate future revenue. The purchase of these ships is sound business strategy.


Big screen entertainment: family trip to the picture show COWBOY LOGIC


We keep things special in our family through severe limitation


think I could count on one hand the number of times we’ve taken our kids to the movie theatre to see something on the big screen. That’s how we keep things special. Severe limitation. However few their movie outings have been, it’s probably more than my wife and I have gone on alone since we started raising a family.

True grit recognized in Eugene awards

We’re lucky if we have the time to sit down and watch one on the television or on a DVD these days. I guess that’s why you’re supposed to do those kinds of things in courtship, because you won’t get to do them later. Last week, we took the whole family to the cinema. Even baby girl was invited along for her first movie at the ripe old age of two and a half. The movie was animated and so was the level of excitement among the short people in our entourage. The movie was only 2D so we didn’t need to buy the special glasses, but our family was full on 3D and pretty excited as we entered the theatre. My brother came along so we’d have a one on one ratio with the kids in case they didn’t mind their manners. It was matinee time, baby sister got in free, but I still plunked down $34. My brother assured me that was a bargain compared to big city California. Guess that makes me glad to

be small town North Dakota. I bought a bushel of popcorn and a barrel of pop at the extortion snack counter for us all to share. Another $15 but they assured me I’d get free refills. We ate the corn like a pen of feeder steers and drank pop like we’d been trekking the Mojave Desert just so I could exercise the free refill clause of our refreshments contract. Like I said, we don’t go to a lot of movies, and when we do, we wait longer than most folks before we break down and finally go. It was soon obvious we had waited long enough to see this one called Tangled, Disney’s take on the old fairy tale of Rapunzel, her tower and her hair climbing hero. We walked into the theater just as it began, and to our surprise and relief, we had the whole place to ourselves. Now we could stretch out and give the tikes free rein on our cinematic adventure. We had our pick of the seats, extra chairs to throw our coats

on, and didn’t have to worry about giving our kids the Shhh! for bothering fellow movie goers. Of course, once the popcorn and pop made its way around and the movie started, you hardly heard a peep from them as they stared with wide eyed amazement. Even the adults enjoyed the movie. It was a cute show, but I got just as much entertainment looking at the little popcorn munchers sitting on the edge of their seats, giggling and providing commentary on the hairy plot as it unwound. Of course, it had a happy ending. And after sharing the 55 gallon drum of pop amongst us, we were all happy when the credits started rolling and we made a dash for the restroom. We may not wait quite so long to see our next movie or to head to the restroom. Ryan Taylor is a rancher, writer and senator in the state legislature from Towner, North Dakota.

he once-in-awhile Eugene Awards, this newspaper’s invention of agricultural awards that are a spoof on the Academy Awards, were off to a good start. The Eugenes, named for former federal agriculture minister Eugene Whelan, follow close upon the televised Academy presentations. The award for best art direction was a no brainer. It went to the farmers of east-central Saskatchewan, who were forced in 2010 to make some fantastical patterns in their fields as they farmed around new lakes, potholes and washouts. The award for best animated short went to Canadian Federation of Agriculture president Ron Bonnett, who has been tireless of late in attending farm group meetings to promote plans for a national food strategy. The award for best actress went to Mother Nature, for her continued ability to surprise and challenge our emotions through her performances. She always wins some sort of Eugene. But then we got distracted with the Best Picture award. True Grit was nominated by the Academy but didn’t win, and Hailee Steinfeld was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, and she didn’t win either for her role as the feisty Mattie Ross. Reviews of the movie suggest the Mattie Ross depiction isn’t true to history, and that women of that era typically didn’t carry a gun, straddle a horse or talk back to men. “ They either kept the house, cooked and tended the children, or they were schoolteachers or prostitutes,” says Nancy Williams, an expert on women’s issues in the Old West. Having recently seen the original True Grit and the award-nominated remake, we can attest that Mattie Ross is a lot like farm and ranch women on the Prairies today. We talk with a lot of families in our work at the Producer, and it’s clear that women occupy the heart of many farm and ranch operations. Whether they are working on or off the farm, driving equipment, handling livestock, managing the household, cooking or keeping track of the kids, modern prairie women have the grit depicted by Mattie Ross. And by Rooster Cogburn too,although most are cleaner and more polite. Williams says the modern woman is able to identify with strong female characters like Mattie Ross. Hear, hear. And so the Eugene award for Best Supporting Actress goes to the farm and ranch women of the Prairies, for their constant depiction of true grit.





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WALMART PLANS To the Editor: I write regarding the Jan. 27 (opinion titled) “Walmart plans may be good for farmers”. For the record, I want to say that this far mer has boycotted the Camrose Walmart since its inception, which incidentally sits on the edge of town on fertile farmland, as it does in most other cities. And oh yeah, they are planning to build 40 more stores in Canada, over more of our farmland, to take more of our dollars out of our economy and send them to the United States. That sounds like an astute and impressive business plan to me. Walmart has closed numerous home-grown and/or locally owned businesses here, put the squeeze on many others with its bulk importing of cheap goods made cheaply overseas, and caused people to lose their livelihoods. In return, Walmart offers a few part-time non-union positions with no benefits. The only thing I concur with in the Scholz article is that it does provide a few jobs during the building of their stores. I heartily suggest readers procure and thoughtfully read a somewhat dated book called How Walmart is Destroying America before becoming a Walmart customer. Allowing for the author’s bias and an agenda, this book still offers real eye-openers as to how Walmart operates and how it impacts the surrounding areas when it puts up its stores. I find it highly improbable that Walmart would ever provide an opportunity for farmers, and purchase 30 percent of its produce assortment locally on an annual basis unless Walmart profits extensively by it. Walmart is counting on the positive PR of their announcement of pseudo environmental intent to buy local to boost their bottom line by millions of dollars, as consumers buy into their most recent ploy, and purchase more merchandise and/or produce during this downturn in global buying. … This farmer housewife will continue to totally support authentic local Albertan/Canadian outlets and merchants in every way possible. I will not use my hard-earned dollars to support a subsidiary of the worst American giants… Marion Leithead, Bawlf, Alta. access=subscriber section=letters,none,none

I wish to commend you for the soil issue dated Dec. 30, 2010. My experience of 57 years grain farming was interspersed with some 20 instructing engineering in Saskatoon. When I tried to acquire useful information about the land (my father had homesteaded nearby from 1904 so we accumulated 100 years of local lore) amateur archaeology gave me contact with several of the scientists mentioned in your paper. I have the Soil Survey Report No. 12 your paper referred to. It led me to see the field notes taken for our land. I had learned topographic surveying and admired the accuracy with which soil boundaries were recorded when there were no topographic maps before the Second World War. My land includes strandlines that developed as the glacial lake receded. These are minor shores with sandy B-zone showing up with stunted crop. I had gone along with the averaged soil sampling and found separating these between soil boundaries seemed to bear benefits. Located at the elevations where sloughs did not exist, I learned to recognize podsolic

depressions with the ash-grey Bzone, which supported aspens but no willows. A soils man later told me about how he guessed soil association in the field by native plants. Forgive my preamble: I began to comment on the soil issue, the role of soil bacteria, chemical farming and the technology now being introduced. My generation had little exposure to this, growing up when mixed farming was key to success. …

I had ancestors that came from that and now we are to fall into the same rut that they worked to get out of. Out of province or country ownership is not right. We will become slaves in our own country. How true it is what my ancestor said: “Better to be a small boss than a big servant.” Sounds better in German but it means the same. Delwyn Jansen, LeRoy, Sask.

T.R. Smith, Pathlow, Sask.


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To the Editor:

Reading the Western Producer, I noticed that an analyst sees a rosy future for livestock. Wonderful. After the government let the finance companies force the cattle producers to sell off their cow herds for 30 cents on a dollar, they will probably give you a loonie to buy them back for $1 and 50 cents on a dollar so you can now pay interest on a $1,500 cow instead of being able to keep the $400 cow. I wonder if this analyst is investing any of his money into the cattle business or if maybe he is putting his money into oil or construction instead. The hog people have dug them-

I was very unimpressed with Brad Farquhar’s idea of buying farmland for investors and then lease it back to the farmer in your “Investment pools offer new land lease options,” (WP, Jan. 27.) How quick generations forget the lessons their forefathers learned in Europe before coming here, looking for land, over 100 years ago. Some of our ancestors came from countries with big landowners where you were a serf. You were treated like property, not a person. When things got bad you hurt the most, not the big landowner.

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selves in so deep that it will take 10 years longer to come out of this mess than their life span will allow. Our agriculture minister is probably going to put a feather in his hat because prices are going up. The smaller cow herd was a lot of his doing. The price of grain because of global shortage will take the profit margin out of the hog business. I wonder if ostriches would pay. The last time interest (rates) went up, the average loan was about 25 percent of the size they are now. If it goes up again, producers are gone. We better accept the fact. The good business minded farmers now have enough education that they can get a very good job that pays cash. It will be interesting to see if the government has enough money in Agri-stability to cover the 2010 shortfall. What if they don’t? … Murray Andres, MacNutt, Sask.

CHESS GAME To the Editor: With the coming of spring, farmers look for information on what to seed. On a recent Farmgate TV program, Bob Simpson talked about flax with Dave Sefton.

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OPEN FORUM From the interview, one can see farmers are in a chess game with companies who develop seed varieties. Checkmate will be when farmers have to buy certified seed. As an opening gambit, the multinationals removed kernel visual distinguishability. To keep up Canada’s reputation for good quality grain, farmers now have to sign declarations at every elevator where they

haul grain. If their information about the grain is incorrect, the penalty is severe. At the time, there was a suggestion the only way a farmer could avoid penalties would be to buy certified seed. When the Europeans found (genetically modified) flax in what they were buying, the companies were ready to pounce. The industry said they would only buy flax grown from


certified seed. Imagine the industry’s frustration when farmers found that buying certified seed was no guarantee to avoid (GM) genetics. The industry backed down. … Seed companies hate competition. They do not like farmers saving their own seed. Multinationals want to influence and control farmers. Unless farmers are alert, it will be


God’s gifts of beauty help us handle tragedy SPIRITUAL VIGNETTES


People in tragic situations showed me how to have hope in the face of tragedy


wo friends have taught me about living through pain. The first described living in the midst of a sea of ashes. When a huge Porcupine Hills fire burned acres of access=subscriber section=letters,none,none

grassland, it burned on every side of this family’s mobile home, turning everything black as far as the eye could see. From early December until the spring rains teased green shoots forth, the scene was devastating. “I had to make sure that I got my family away to see something of beauty once a week,” the young mother said. She understood how important this was. To help everyone see beyond the scars, she showed them how to cling to hope. During the BSE crisis, the second young woman spoke out. “When life got grungy in the past, I would ride out in the hills among the c at t l e a n d my s p i r i t w o u l d b e renewed,” she said. “Now, with all the pain that BSE has inflicted on our industry, when I ride

the range it hurts to look at what my cows represent.” She told her story at church one Christmas while she played laments on her guitar. We cried with her. But for 15 years she has selected and sung music for our cowboy Christmas service. We saw how music was the tonic that helped her work through that pain. What a God-given gift to have the sense that God surrounds us with beauty. To hold those visions close, even when we feel battered by tragedy, gives us greater understanding about how the presence of God infuses our lives. Joyce Sasse writes for the Canadian Rural Church Network at www.canadian

only a matter of time until their right to use their own seed is eliminated. This might happen sooner than we expect. Harper wants to sign the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. I have heard that in this agreement seed companies will have the right to seize farmland, machinery, bank accounts and e-mails with only the accusation of “alleged infringements.” This will scare farmers into buying certified seed to avoid not only penalties but losing their farms. Our forefathers were serfs to land barons in the Old Country. If this agreement is signed, we will have Harper’s socalled free enterprise government forcing our children to be serfs to multinational companies. In this chess game, that is checkmate. Lorne Jackson, Riverhurst, Sask.

INVESTMENT POOLS To the Editor: Re: land investment pools in your Jan. 27 issue, this … is becoming more and more important as a large portion of our active farmers are reaching retirement age. In the next few years a historically large amount of land will be coming up for sale and the investment funds are positioning themselves to take advantage of this. According to your article, these investment companies are getting


money from a variety of investors including foreign countries such as China and Saudi Arabia. We need to be thinking about what direction that this will take us. In the 1970s there was a huge uproar about the government buying land and renting it back to farmers in the form of the Land Bank. It was said that the government was competing against other farmers for the land and that no good could come from the government being in control of our country’s food growing acres. Yet now, as we see corporate and foreign interests buying up the same land, there is very little being said. As immigrants, our ancestors came to this country to gain the chance to be landowners. In some of the old countries, the only way you could ever own land and be financially secure was to be born into it. Young farmers in the Prairies are now competing for land against the pocketbooks of wealthy investment funds and, in some cases, the treasuries of some of the richest countries in the world. Farm debt is at record levels. How long until we are all just sharecroppers and tenants the way farmers were 200 years ago? If you say it’s a long way off, you aren’t looking at the facts. Brent Johnson, Strasbourg, Sask.

GOOD PHOTO To the Editor: Allow me to express my great appreciation for the picture on page 76 of your Jan. 20 issue (of) the beautiful Cerny children, each proudly displaying their triplet calves. It superbly caught the very essence of the spirit of the family farm, where young children first develop a kinship with their animals. A lasting love ever enriching their lives. Thank you for this treat. Dr. Al Oeming, Sherwood Park, Alta.




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I read with interest Greg Petryshyn’s letter (Open Forum, Feb. 17.) He wrote that Australian wheat farmers are happy and doing better under deregulation because of the higher prices brought about by the multiplicity of buyers. Though there are now about 30 buyers for Australian on-farm wheat, the higher prices are almost certainly a reflection of the $80 per tonne increase in the world price, not new competition. Those same buyers trying to undercut each other to gain market share are more likely to drive prices down. An examination of Japanese import statistics comparing wheat purchases since the demise of the Australian Wheat Board to a similar time period immediately before shows that Australia’s usual $20 per tonne premium over U.S wheat turned into a slight discount. The transport confusion, undercutting and inability to blend in the new multiplayer system has cost the Australian wheat farmers what, $50 million per year? $100 million?



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Ignatieff pledges review of farm programs, supports Liberal party woos ag leaders | Improving services to rural Canada will help narrow the rural-urban divide, says Ignatieff BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff is promising a farmer-friendly overhaul of farm programs if he wins government, including a vow not to cut agricultural supports to tame the deficit. Fifteen years ago, farm leaders complained that their programs and sector took a disproportionate hit when a previous Liberal government eliminated the deficit. “I can assure you that we do not want to reduce farm supports,” Ignatieff told Ontario farm leader Bette Jean Crews during an appearance at the Canadian Federation of Agriculture annual meeting Feb. 24. “We do not want to get us back to fiscal balance on the back of Canadian farmers. That would be crazy. You feed us, you’re a growth industry. You’ve got fantastic potential.” Ignatieff renewed an earlier promise to review all farm programs if he takes government. He said he is tired of hearing farmers complain that programs are not working for them. “I hear you and now it’s time to fix it together,” he said. “We’re going to have to review all of these programs, not from the top down, but sit around the table with you when we get into government to figure out what’s working and what is not working.” Ignatieff also returned to a theme he raised two years ago when he first appeared at a CFA convention as the freshly chosen leader: that disparities between services in rural and urban Canada are dividing the country.

We do not want to get us back to fiscal balance on the back of Canadian farmers. That would be crazy. You feed us, you’re a growth industry. You’ve got fantastic potential.” MICHAEL IGNATIEFF LIBERAL PARTY LEADER

“One of the reasons we have put so much emphasis on rural policy is not just because we want to be nice to farmers,” he told delegates. “It’s because we believe this is a national unity issue. We don’t want to have two Canadas. We want to have one Canada.” He said a Liberal government would spend half a billion dollars to improve rural internet service, create a national food policy that emphasizes getting more Canadian food on Canadian tables, spend more on agricultural research, offer a tax break for rural volunteer fire fighters and encourage more health-care workers to go to rural Canada by forgiving thousands of dollars in education debt. However, Ignatieff told Crews he cannot say how much his promises to agriculture would cost or how they would be funded. Only in government would he be able to see the real numbers. He said the Liberal promise to kill a Conservative plan for corporate tax cuts would create $6 billion in revenue that the government is now willing to forego. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

“I can’t put a number on farm programs,” he said. “Let’s put them in a hopper, talk about them and see what works.” Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz issued a dismissive statement in response to Ignatieff’s promises. “Liberal farm policies failed Canadian agriculture producers for 13 years and now that farmers are finally getting back to profitability, the Ignatieff liberals want to take us back,” he said. “Instead of bridging some imaginary academic divide, the Harper government is standing up for rural Canada with actual programs that strengthen the farmgate.” In a Feb. 24 interview, Ignatieff insisted the chasm between rural and urban Canada is not an academic divide. He said rural Canada needs services, infrastructure and health care so young people will stay on the farm. FOR MORE FROM THE CFA, SEE PAGES 33, 38.

Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff speaks with former Canadian Federation of Agriculture president and former Liberal candidate Bob Friesen after a speech to the CFA annual convention in Ottawa. | BARRY WILSON PHOTO

CFA BRIEFS NEW FACES Humphrey Banack of Round Hill, Alta., has been elected second vicepresident of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. Banack’s election was part of a shakeup in the CFA leadership. He announced in January that he would not seek re-election as the president of Alberta’s Wild Rose Agricultural Producers. Ontario farmer Ron Bonnett, who became president last year, was

elected by acclamation to a two-year term as president. Christian Lacasse, president of Québec’s Union des Producteurs Agricoles, was elected vice-president, defeating former vice-president Garnett Etsell, a British Columbia turkey producer. Banack defeated Etsell and Agricultural Producers’ Association of Saskatchewan president Greg Marshall for the last executive position. For the past two years, Etsell had led the CFA work on developing a access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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BELT TIGHTENING The Canadian Federation of Agriculture is facing budget belt-tightening in future years after recording a 2010 deficit of almost $40,000. This year, it projects a $13,470 surplus after increasing membership dues by three percent and trimming the budget for staff salaries, travel and national office expenses. However, Québec’s Coop Fédérée, a long-time member, has left the CFA, taking its $72,837 membership dues with it. This year’s three percent increase in dues is part of a five-year plan approved in 2007 to improve the federation’s financial stability.



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provinces spend their own money. Ontario has been funding a risk management program for three years. However, without federal support, it is only 40 percent funded. “Even in our provincial flexible programs, we need federal buy-in, we need federal support,” she said. Ritz stood firm. “We do that in the vast majority (of cases), but when it comes to provincial stand-alone companion programs, we don’t.” “That’s the problem,” Crews shot back. “It does not need to be stand alone.” Later, Ritz told reporters he supports the ability of provinces to create income support programs their farmers need. “But we will never put a federal component to that,” he said. He said such programs are not part of the Growing Forward suite and would be vulnerable to trade challenges. The following day, Ignatieff used a speech to the convention to announce that federal funding for provincial business risk manage-

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Emphasis on national standard | Federal agriculture minister supports province’s right to be flexible when creating programs but won’t fund them BARRY WILSON


ment programs would be restored as part of a Liberal farmer-directed rewrite of farm policy if the party takes power. Ottawa’s 60 percent funding for companion programs was phased out almost a decade ago under a p re v i o u s L i b e ra l g ov e r n m e n t through a federal-provincial agreement on the first agricultural policy framework. “Let’s put the flex back in AgriFlex,” he said. “Let’s make sure we have federal assistance for agriculture.” However, in a later interview, Ignatieff suggested he would use federal support for provincially designed programs as a form of equalization and not allow it to become a vehicle to create unequal farmer support between provinces. A criticism of the old companion program rule was that wealthier provinces could launch a program that attracted federal co-funding while poorer provinces could not. It sometimes resulted in production migrating to provinces where support was richer. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Group proclaiming biotech benefits deflects GM critics BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Strained global food supplies would be even tighter if it hadn’t been for agricultural biotechnology, according to a new report. The International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) said the rapid adoption of genetically modified crops from 1996 to 2009 contributed an additional 229 million tonnes of food, feed and fibre production. In its annual report detailing the spread of GM crops, the group said the technology delivered $65 billion in benefits to world farmers. The ISAAA report attributed 44

percent of the benefit to reduced production costs through less plowing, fewer pesticides and reduced labour costs. The remaining 56 percent was the result of yield gains. Lucy Sharratt, co-ordinator of the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network, took issue with ISAAA’s claims. She said Canada’s House of Commons agriculture committee recently heard testimony that yield gains have nothing to do with biotechnology. “It’s the hybrids themselves and not the GM traits that are generally accounting for yield gains,” said Sharratt. She also disputed the ISAAA’s savings estimate, saying it doesn’t take

into account increased seed costs, lost markets and the cost of dealing with herbicide resistant weeds. “It’s very clear that some of those savings are breaking down rapidly, certainly in the United States. Cotton farmers are having to resort to hand weeding because of herbicide tolerant weeds that their machines can’t deal with.” ISAAA chair Clive James said the criticisms are unfounded. The yield benefit, which came from a PG Economics study, is related only to traits and not germplasm. As well, the dollar benefit from that study is net profit, which takes seed costs into account. James said the dollar figure is con-

servative because it estimates only direct benefits. In China, an estimated 10 million conventional farmers have indirectly benefited from GM cotton because it suppressed cotton bollworm infestations, which also affects conventional corn and soybean crops. Friends of the Earth Europe said the ISAAA report should be taken with a grain of salt because it is funded in part by seed companies. The group contends the report uses creative accounting and is over-reliant on slanted industry data. “It ignores increasing evidence showing that GM crops do not generate higher yields or help to solve hunger but are actually increasing

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pesticide use, contaminating seeds and food and destroying poor farmers’ livelihoods because of high costs and monopolies,” said the group in a report titled Who Benefits from GM Crops. ISAAA said the accumulated reduction in pesticides due to GM crops from 1996 to 2009 amounts to 393 million kilograms. Friends of the Earth contends pesticide use in the U.S. increased by 173 million kg over that same time frame. James said ISAAA is a non-profit organization that receives most its funding from philanthropic groups. He said he is confident in the acreage numbers, which are similar to government estimates. Friends of the Earth has estimated that GM acreage in Europe declined by 23 percent between 2008 and 2010. James also rejected the environmental group’s dismissal of industry as a source of reliable information. “Nothing could be further from the truth. Industry has probably got some of the best data,” said James. “They can tell you how much seed they have sold right down to the half bag.” ISAAA said the best proof of agricultural biotechnology’s worth is the rapid adoption of the technology around the world. The report shows 15.4 million growers in 29 countries planted 366 million acres of GM crops in 2010, a 10 percent increase from 2009. Acreage has increased 87-fold since the first GM crops were grown in 1996, making it the fastest adopted crop technology in the history of modern agriculture. Developing countries accounted for 48 percent of the 2010 acreage. “This is contrary to the predictions of some critics who speculated, prior to commercialization of biotech crops, that biotech crops were only for the rich and large farmers in industrial countries,” said James. GM soybeans accounted for half of the global biotech acreage, followed by GM corn at 31 percent, GM cotton at 14 percent and GM canola at five percent. Friends of the Earth said commercial production of crops such as wheat, rice, cassava, barley, oats, sorghum and millet are still GM-free. It said GM crops still cover a tiny percent of the world’s agricultural land and that herbicide tolerance and insect resistance are the only two traits cultivated on a large scale. “The biotech sector is marred by public discontent and fails to deliver on its promises of new traits of nutrient-enhanced and climate-resilient crops to address the twin challenges of malnutrition and climate change,” said the Friends of the Earth report. James said GM crops are grown on 10 percent of the world’s cropland, which rivals global rice and corn plantings. ISAAA predicted 20 million farmers in 40 countries will be growing 494 million acres of GM crops by 2015, which marks the end of the second decade of commercialization of the technology. “By far the most important new biotech crop nearing commercial approval and adoption is biotech rice,” he said. “Not only is it the most important food crop in the world, it is also the food crop of the poor and furthermore it feeds half of humanity.”






Alberta’s spectacular economic and population growth has delivered benefits but has also come at a cost. It has pressured the environment and created conflicts between land uses. A provincial system of regional planning was created in 2008 to co-ordinate growth and reduce conflicts, but the system and the laws that created it face sharp criticism from those who believe it runs roughshod over property rights.


In this report, The Western Producer’s Barbara Duckworth sets out Alberta’s land-use framework and the views of its supporters and critics.


Alberta’s land-use plan draws criticism Preservation vs. property rights | Landowners want limits on development but worry new laws give cabinet too much power


The cabinet all supported Bill 50 and Bill 36. I know there are a couple who regret it now because they realize what it contains. ROB ANDERSON ALBERTA MLA

he mythology of the Alberta Advantage is based on the image of entrepreneurial risk takers eyeing the next opportunity. That attitude encouraged rapid development, driven by a relentless hunger for more land, water, energy and infrastructure with little government control or oversight. Albertans murmured that a plan was needed before the province was entirely paved over. To address the need, the provincial sustainable resource development ministry under Ted Morton released a land-use framework in 2008. It was designed to look at the cumulative effects of development rather than reviewing it on a project by project basis. To legalize the framework, the Alberta Land Stewardship Act, also known as Bill 36 or ALSA, received royal assent in June 2009. Most Albertans agree planning is needed, but Bill 36 has come under fire at well-attended public meetings where petitions circulate to repeal it and two other land use laws, bills 19 and 50. The protests against Bill 36 focus on sections that give decision-making and veto powers to the province’s cabinet with no appeal rights or compensation if land is set aside for

LAND-USE FRAMEWORK • Local governments would have to align plans and bylaws with regional plans • The ministry warned that some activities might be curtailed in some regions for the sake of the environment • It promised seven regional plans based roughly on the province’s major watersheds: the Lower Peace, Upper Peace, Lower Athabasca, Upper Athabasca, North Saskatchewan, South Saskatchewan and Red Deer • Government-appointed regional advisory councils were to consult with the public to determine what the regions should look like, how to protect the environment within those regions and how much growth an area could support • Completed plans must be reviewed every 10 years environmental protection. Bill 19, the Land Assembly Project Area Act passed in May 2009, allows the province to buy land for large public plans such as transportation corridors and water management projects.

Bill 50, the Electric Statutes Amendment Act also passed in 2009, gives the government approval powers for electricity transmission infrastructure such as large projects planned for the Calgary-Edmonton corridor and the oilsands. Bill 36 is the most powerful of these acts, but Mel Knight, the current sustainable resources minister, said the government did not intend to violate citizens’ rights. He said the legislation cannot take away freehold mineral rights, land titles or rights to compensation. “When ALSA passed through the legislature, I am going to suggest that we missed some of the interpretation that was in there, never recognized that,” he said. “When we took it out on the street, people would not understand what ALSA was doing.” The minister has promised amendments to the bill this spring to remove troublesome clauses about extinguishing rights or loss of compensation. “ALSA does not take away any person’s right to compensation that has resided under any other legislation in Alberta and it will remain in place,” he said. The opposition Wildrose Alliance is critical of the land use bills.

MLA Rob Anderson planned to table a private member’s to repeal Bill 50 in the spring session at the end of February. He has been told the government will challenge the bill. Anderson, a former Conservative who defected to the Wildrose in early 2010, claims there was little time to review the three bills when they were tabled. Government MLAs assumed the bills were appropriate and most gave them only a cursory look, he said. “You just take the cabinet minister’s word for it.” However, Anderson voted against Bill 50 while still a Conservative. He doubts the government will repeal any of the laws, even after a new leader replaces premier Ed Stelmach, who announced his resignation in January. “I don’t think it is going to change at all because Ted Morton built Bill 36 and he might be the successor. The cabinet all supported Bill 50 and Bill 36. I know there are a couple who regret it now because they realize what it contains.” The Wildrose Alliance said if elected it would introduce property rights legislation, repeal all three bills and return planning authority to locally elected jurisdictions. access=subscriber section=news,none,none





Seeking public good shouldn’t create private cost Balance needed | Opponents fear planning laws will eliminate the rights of landowners


ames Hargrave prefers chasing cows to getting involved in politics. However, he felt he had to step forward when he heard about the provisions in a new land-use plan proposed for Alberta. The Alberta Beef Producers delegate agreed to research the Alberta Land Stewardship Act, or Bill 36, as part of a special ABP committee. The province has promised to amend Bill 36 and remove controversial clauses over property rights, compensation and the right to appeal, but Hargrave remains distrustful. “I don’t think they know where they stand on this. They contradict themselves so many times it is hard for me to trust.... Or are they are just doing this to smooth things over?” said Hargrave, who ranches near Walsh in southwestern Alberta. He also recently learned that provincial maps showing potentially environmentally sensitive land include some of his property. Sensitive land might include the habitat of species at risk, special


topography or riparian areas. Hargrave believes Bill 36 should be repealed. “If they want to do this right, they are going to have to take it back to square one, peel it right down,” he said. “I agree 100 percent that Alberta needs land-use planning. We have many different industries that work on our landscape, but planning needs to encompass property rights.” The legislation includes provision to pay ranchers for conservation, but Hargrave said they don’t know if that means they would have to abandon the land and lose grazing or be restricted in developments such as water projects or fencing.

“It severely restricts what you can do with it.” When the land-use framework was proposed, many thought it was simply an overarching planning document for a fast growing province. But is was more than that , said Keith Wilson, an Alberta lawyer who specializes in agricultural and environmental cases. “It is almost like the land-use framework and the Land Stewardship Act are like one is from Mars and one is from Venus,” he said. He thinks the most troubling part of the law is Section 11, which grants the government the right to extinguish rights: “For the purpose of achieving or maintaining an objective or a policy of a regional plan, a regional plan may, by express reference to a statutory consent or type or class of statutory consent, affect, amend or extinguish the statutory consent or the terms or conditions of the statutory consent,” the section reads. Wilson is also troubled by words in Section 19: “No person has a right to compen-

sation by reason of this Act, a regulation under this Act, a regional plan or anything done in or under a regional plan.” Wilson said those sections surprised many producers and producer organizations that participated in consultations relating to the landuse framework program. “There was never any discussion about putting provisions in the enabling legislation that would give the cabinet, effectively 13 politicians sitting around the table in Edmonton, the legal authority to extinguish existing rights.” He said Albertans were promised that the framework would solve conflicts between agriculture, oil and gas, forestry, aboriginal groups and cities, yet Section 15 says no one can bring a court claim against the government to receive damages when land is set aside for the public good. The province has promised to amend those passages. “Not every policy decision should be litigated in the courts, but what is critical here is cabinet will be making

decisions affecting individual people’s land,” Wilson said. “It is amazing to me that any government would think it is OK to write legislation with these types of blanket powers and at the same time removing the traditional checks and balances that exist in a constitutional democracy.” Despite the provisions to pay landowners for ecological goods and services, Wilson doubts taxpayers or the marketplace will pay for environmental protection. “The way that we have traditionally in our economy and our society recognized good stewardship is through respecting people’s property rights and their land. If you own it and you look after it, it will be worth more later,” he said. “To replace that with a legislative f ra m e w o r k t h a t i n s t e a d g i v e s supreme land-use making decisions to the cabinet and then trying to supplement whatever disruption that causes by doing this abstract concept of ecological goods and services, I just think it is folly.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none


Law creates tools to pay landowner New mechanisms create ways to compensate for development limits


or Cochrane area rancher Harvey Buckley, much of the furor around the Alberta land-use framework is unfounded. “There is a lot of false information out there drummed up by the people who want business as usual and let the good times roll,” said the former municipal councilor and a member of the agricultural protection group Action for Agriculture. Buckley, a long-time proponent of land-use planning that preserves food producing areas and ecosystems, says the Alberta Land Stewardship Act, or Bill 36, will not remove property rights as some charge. “Somewhere along the road, somebody has to take responsibility in a democratic system. The buck has to stop somewhere. In all those legislations, it usually stops with government,” he said. And in a province where development seems to have proceeded with few controls, he welcomes a powerful law that creates conservation tools to protect the environment and pay landowners to maintain native lands, protect wildlife and conserve water. He said the law came too late to reduce urban sprawl around Calgary and Edmonton, where farmland has been covered with pavement. However, it is not too late to start planning, he added. “You have to start sometime. You are not going to put a complete stop to it, that is just not possible. But what you do, is you manage it.” Buckley sees renewed hope for the agriculture sector, where farmers and ranchers could be paid to maintain the landscape through conservation methods described in the act. This is sometimes called payment for ecological goods and services. “There is no question that the land-

owners are going to have to be looking at another revenue stream if they are going to maintain a stewardship level that is sustainable and still supply the quality of water and wildlife habitat,” Buckley said. The act allows for conservation easements and directives, conservation offsets and transfer of development credits: • An easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a qualified organization, such as a land trust or government, to conserve the ecological integrity of a piece of land. The easement is registered on the land title, but landowners retain ownership. • Conservation offsets can be used to replace, restore or compensate for affected landscapes. For example, a company can conserve an environmentally significant area to offset its industrial activity elsewhere. The act sets the framework for offsets to be used for restoration, mitigation or conservation as well and creates rules for defining and trading offsets. • Conservation directives allow regional plans to set aside specific areas to protect, conserve and enhance agricultural land and land with environmental, scenic or aesthetic values. The Alberta government will compensate landowners for any decrease in the market value of their holdings, based on principles in the expropriation act. • Governments may assign development credits to areas with attributes worth conserving because of its environmental or historical importance. Credit holders may sell them to projects in areas where the government allows development beyond existing zoning limits. Land-use plans may designate

the areas to be conserved and areas to be developed. • A conservation exchange supports, verifies and tracks the use of market-based conservation and stewardship instruments such as conservation offsets or transfer of development credits. Sustainable resources development minister Mel Knight said the government is still determining who would pay landowners for these conservation opportunities. Partnerships may be formed with groups such as Ducks Unlimited, the Alberta Fish and Game Association or the Canadian Conservation Association, he said. Alberta also has a land stewardship fund created from public land sales. It could be used to buy land considered a valuable environmental resource. Volunteers with watershed councils welcome the conservation tools and the drive to protect land, especially in the South Saskatchewan River basin where development demands have outstripped the water supply, said Gloria Wilkinson, vice-chair of the Bow River Basin council. The province announced in 2008 that no new water licenses would be granted from the basin. Property developers must now negotiate with current license holders. “We desperately need a plan that shows how to manage the water we do have,” Wilkinson said. Land protection agreements could

Cochrane area rancher Harvey Buckley says Bill 36 came too late to reduce urban sprawl around Calgary and Edmonton, where agricultural land has been covered with pavement. | BARBARA DUCKWORTH PHOTO

be set up to conserve water. “If there is a wetland area that is the only source of recovering the ground water in the area, then that for example would be an area that would become protected in some way,” she said. Glitches may appear in this landuse planning approach, but she hopes it heralds a new way of thinking about development. “I think it is just the next logical step.

It will then make everyone think cumulative management style.” Wilkinson said she also hopes to see an end to land speculation. Developers may have to renegotiate their plans in some areas because there is not enough water or the land was designated as part of a protected riparian area. access=subscriber section=news,none,none





Biofuel policy called just another farm subsidy Green party opposes policy | Leader says later generations of biofuel will help environment, but for now there is no benefit BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

The Conservative government calls its biofuel policy an environmental initiative, but Green party leader Elizabeth May isn’t buying it. “As it now stands, it’s a policy to provide an additional subsidized base to canola and corn and it’s an agricultural policy,” she said. “The driver really isn’t reducing greenhouse gases.” May said Green party analysis, along with that of many other environmen-

talists, is that farm crop-based biofuel production produces more greenhouse gas emissions than it removes when emissions from planting, harvesting, transportation and processing are taken into account. “Our objection is primarily that it fails to reduce greenhouse gases on a life-cycle basis,” she said. Using agricultural products to produce fuel also affects world food supplies, although May said it is an oversimplification to argue that biofuel caused the world food crisis in poor and hungry nations.


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weather events and manipulation of markets.” May said later generations of biofuel that use waste products and cellulosic feedstocks will be a real environmental policy, but that is not the case now. “Corn-based ethanol is, we think, a disguised subsidy to large scale production of corn with the potential of distorting global food markets,” she said. “But if you were to take the corn husks off the field to make cellulosic ethanol, we think that’s a pretty green access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

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AG NOTES, www.wcds. March 10-11: Farm Management Conference, PCU Centre, Portage la Prairie, Man. (MAFRI, 204-239-3352) March 12: Manitoba Organic Alliance meeting, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (www.manitoba, Donna, 204-983-5799) March 12-13: Border City Collectors show and sale, Lloydminster (Brad Bogucky, 780-846-2977, Don Whiting, 306825-3584, Deb Holt, 780-875-8485) March 16: Agriculture and Food Council Dare to Fill the Gaps: A Risk Management Workshop, Black Knight Inn, Red Deer (www.agfoodcouncil. com, communications@agfood March 24: Canadian Association of Farm Advisors meeting, Lethbridge (CAFA, 306-466-2294, 877-474-2871, info@, March 31-April 2: Northlands Farm and Ranch Show, Edmonton (Kristin Fiddler, 780-471-7472, 877-471-7472,, March 24-25: Sask.’s Premier Conference on Water Management, Saskatoon Inn, Saskatoon (Merlin McFarlane, SCDA, 306-322-2222, mcmer@ April 4: Big Sky Summit, Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton (877940-7233, April 13-15: National Agri-Marketing Association conference and trade show, Hyatt Regency Crown Center, Kansas City, Mo. (Kathi Conrad, 913491-6500,, www. For more coming events, see the Community Calendar, section 0300, in the Western Producer Classifieds. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

SASK. CHANGES FUNDING ON LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES Saskatchewan communities raising money to build long-term care facilities recently received a break from the provincial government when health minister Don McMorris announced a new funding formula. Communities now have to raise 20 percent of the cost, down from 35 percent. The issue was raised at the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association convention earlier this month. Delegates passed a resolution asking for the government to pay the full cost. However, McMorris said 13 communities set to proceed with their facilities are happy with the 80-20 split. Work has already begun in Watrous and the Shellbrook project will go to access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Greenhouse Organic sector leery of accepting low-level GM Fear over lost markets | Some exporters say it is almost impossible to guarantee zero GM gases may offset normal cooling BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Reuters) — Ancient megadroughts that lasted thousands of years in what is now the southwestern United States could offer a preview of a climate changed by modern greenhouse gas emissions. Scientists have found that these persistent dry periods were different from even the most severe decadeslong modern droughts, including the 1930s dust bowl. They also determined that these millennial droughts occurred at times when the Earth’s mean annual temperature was similar to or slightly higher than what it is now. These findings tally with projections by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), according to study author Peter Fawcett of the University of New Mexico. The results were published in Nature. “The IPCC model suggests that when you warm the climate, you’ll see extended droughts in this part of the world and this is what the paleo record seems to be telling us,” Fawcett said. “When you’ve got past temperatures that were at or above today’s conditions, conditions got drier.” The southwestern U.S. has seen steep population growth over the last century, with population increasing by 1,500 percent from 1900 to 1990, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The total U.S. population grew 225 percent over the same period. The settlement of this area depended, as all human settlements do, on access to water. There would clearly be less water available in a megadrought. Past megadroughts were caused by subtle changes in the Earth’s orbit around the sun, which were also responsible for periodic ice ages. The Earth should be heading into a cool period if these orbital changes were the only influence on the planet’s climate, Fawcett said. However, recent temperature statistics indicate that is not the case. The decade that ended last year was the hottest since modern record-keeping began in 1880. The previous decade, 1991-2000, was next warmest and 1981-1990 was third warmest. Emissions of climate-warming greenhouse gases help trap heat near the Earth’s surface and could be influencing the natural orbital cycle. To figure out just how long these megadroughts lasted and what happened during them, scientists took samples from a dried lake bed in northern New Mexico called the Valles Caldera. They analyzed these sediments for biochemical signs of drought, including which trees and shrubs grew and how much calcium was in the cracked mud in the dried lake bottom. They also looked at signs left by soil bacteria. Fawcett said the fats in the walls of these bacteria change structure in response to temperature changes and act like a tape recorder for antique temperatures. access=subscriber section=news,none,none


International agreement to not consider the low-level presence of unapproved genetically modified material as a trade barrier doesn’t necessarily answer organic sector concerns about unwanted GM contamination. Jodi Koberinski, executive director of the Organic Council of Ontario, recently told MPs on the House of Commons agriculture committee that not all of her members are willing to give up the fight to keep the organic standard at zero GMO.

“Our sector hasn’t reached consensus on adventitious presence versus zero tolerance,” she said Feb. 15 as the committee continued its hearings on biotechnology in agriculture. “It’s something that we are hotly debating amongst ourselves right now.” Organic growers complain that it is difficult to keep GM content out of organic shipments, and committee members suggested during the hearings that negotiating low-level tolerance agreements with importers could offer them protection. Organic rules specify that a product must be GMO-free to qualify.

“Our position is we don’t want to see organic farmers losing their businesses over adventitious presence,” Koberinski told MP Wayne Easter. “I don’t believe that this sector as a whole is ready to give up the concept that drift can be contained into the future, potentially not with the four crops we’ve commercialized now but certainly as we move forward.” She later said there is a suspicion that whatever agreements governments make, consumers still will not want genetically modified material in their food. “We don’t believe the European consumer is going to accept low-

level presence,” she said. “So what we could potentially see is market dryup for crops that are coming into Europe on an import basis in favour of zones that maintain some level of commitment to a GE-free policy.” She said consumers don’t know what they are eating if there isn’t labelling, which could make them suspicious of imports. “The reality is we don’t know what will happen,” she said. “We could see basically the evaporation of the organic sector to some degree.” She also conceded consumer backlash could subside and the market could return to business as usual. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Semen exporter jumps hurdles A sale has still not been made despite India’s push to improve the hog industry BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

NISKU, Alta. — Patience is the commodity most needed while trying to break into the Indian market. Alfred Wahl’s first trip to India in 2006 showed him the potential for the development of the hog industry, but four years and three trips later he has had no sales from his Alber ta-based Polar G enetics Group, part of Peak Swine Genetics Inc. Wahl still hopes to be the first company to sell semen to India. It’s been more than 10 years since the last live hog was exported to India and the herd has become inbred, he said. Wahl is also hoping Alberta premier Ed Stelmach’s trip to India in November will help smooth the way for better trade. Unlike Saskatchewan, with its shipments of potash and pulses to India, there is little agriculture trade between Alberta and India. Despite a majority of vegetarian Hindus in India, Wahl estimated about 300 million non-vegetarians are looking for more meat, including pork. Government run 100-sow pig operations scattered across the country are part of a poverty-elimination program designed to make weaner pigs available to small farmers. “We met with high level officials and are anticipating continued interest both nationally and at the states level in increasing pig production through diversification and making more animals for people,” said Wahl. “The price of pigs is quite high in India. There’s an interest from the government to increase production in India.” As well as semen sales, Wahl believes there is an opportunity to help streamline the process from production to processing of the country’s roughly 15 million pigs. There is no vertically integrated system of raising, processing and selling pigs to market. Punjab officials are considering bringing in pig semen and officials from the northeastern Indian states, which is mainly a meat-eating population, are interested in developing an improved hog industry. Wahl believes with more relationship building his patience will eventually pay off. “Government officials are anxious to make that happen.” Kimberley Bryce, project leader for the Saskatchewan Research Council’s GenServe Laboratories, and a group of Canadian dairy experts recently returned from touring India’s dairy industry. They visited research stations and production facilities to get an understanding of how the Canadians may be able to help with extension, nutrition and genetic improvement. access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none

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Researchers focus on genes to learn secrets of rust fungi Fungi alter their genome | Plants often fail to recognize rust as an enemy because rust can change how it attacks BY MARGARET EVANS FREELANCE WRITER

LINDALL BEACH, B.C. — Rust fungi can cause major economic losses every year to crops and trees. Finding ways to combat it has proven difficult because of its ability to spread, adapt, mutate and mix their genetic materials, similar to flu viruses. Now Richard Hamelin at the University of British Columbia Department of Forest Sciences and Guus Bakkeren with Agriculture Canada have linked up through Genome British Columbia and international colleagues to research the molecular and genetic interactions between rusts and their hosts. They are focusing on the poplar rust fungus and the wheat leaf rust fungus. They are trying to identify genes that influence how rust infects plants, which plant genes help fight rust and how rust adapts so quickly to new rust-resistant wheat varieties.

“The rust spores are spread by wind and when they land on a host plant they germinate, penetrate the leaves and trigger specialized tubes that are called haustoria to push their way inside and siphon off the nutrients and sugars from the host plant,” said Hamelin. “We think they can adapt so quickly because of the huge population size, which makes it possible for the fungus to generate mutations that allow the pathogen to overcome the host resistance.” Hamelin said periods of high humidity trigger the onset of rust infection. Large areas of monocultures, single varieties of crops or trees grown in a large area, make it easy for rust spores to spread, he said. Bakkeren estimated that wheat yield losses caused by wheat leaf rust, ranged from five to 20 percent or about $88 million annually for 2001-05. “In a 2007 field trial, leaf rust caused an average 30 percent loss in 40


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wheat cultivars that varied for genetic resistance. Genetic resistance to WLR contributed an estimated $280 million of farmgate value to the Canadian economy annually from 1995-2005.” Many scientists believe that rust is so successful because its DNA is littered with millions of copies of repeats and, as Bakkeren said, transposable elements known to cause changes in DNA. These elements jump around causing damage to other genes or taking parts of them along as it moves chunks of its chromosomes around. “The current thinking is that plants recognize one or some of the many access=subscriber section=crops,news,none

The wheat leaf is infected with wheat leaf rust fungus, Puccinia triticina. Pustules (brown spots) erupt after seven days bearing millions of microscopic spores, which are blown around by wind and can infect fresh plants. | B. MCCALLUM PHOTO proteins that are injected into the host cells during an infection,” said Bakkeren. “This recognition sets off the resistance and these fungi fight back by making sure the plant can no long see/recognize the proteins.” He said rust fungi do that by deleting the proteins from their genome or

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by changing them so they are no longer injected. If they are injected they are cloaked and can no longer be recognized by the plant. The repeats in the DNA help by stimulating new, similar copies of such proteins, some of which can change to no longer be recognized. In 1999, a new strain of the wheat stem rust (Ug99) was discovered in Uganda and existing wheat varieties normally resistant to established rust fungi were unable to cope with the more aggressive strain. “Scientists think what happened with (that) outbreak was that isolates (races) probably evolved on wild grasses in the mountains and then started infections on the plains below,” said Bakkeren. “(Domestic) wheat plants were not equipped to resist them, which led to escapes and an epidemic that is now spreading (through the Middle East) and might spread to North America and Australia.” This year’s heavy spring and summer rains in Australia have set the stage for a rust infestation that could devastate grain farmers there. In India, plant pathologists at the Punjab Agricultural University are already observing yellow rust in crops in submountainous areas. As well, a new rust strain has been uncovered in South Africa and, in Kenya, Ug99 is devastating wheat fields. Hamelin and Bakkeren are working with a network of collaborators including corporations, government laboratories, a genome sequencing facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and several U.S. Department of Agri-cutlure Agricultural Research Services laboratories.

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The February Pool Return Outlook increased wheat values by $5 to $13 per tonne. Durum values rose by $1 to $5 per tonne. Malting barley values dropped $1 per tonne and Pool B feed barley rose by $3.

Wheat market remains fundamentally sound

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January Pool Return Outlook 2010-11

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Wheat board optimistic | Pool Return Outlook says latest price drop based partly on African unrest BY D’ARCE MCMILLAN SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Recent setbacks in wheat futures have more to do with political uncertainty than fundamentals, said the Canadian Wheat Board in its February Pool Return Outlook. The board also said that while malting barley markets are now sluggish, year-end stocks will be down and there is potential for sharply higher new crop prices if there are production problems again this coming growing season. Spring wheat prices on the Minneapolis Grain Exchange fell about 12 percent Feb. 14-24. “The market pullback is partly in response to the Libyan situation, which in reality does not materially change the grain fundamentals facing the market as we move through the second half of the crop year,” the board said in comments accompanying the PRO. As temperatures rise in March on the southern U.S. plains, attention will turn to the precarious state of the winter wheat crop, the board said. Early estimates had called for more than one billion bushels of hard red winter wheat, but the board said that

has been reduced by 20 percent to slightly more than 800 million bu. That will support prices, but the United States will still have a sizable wheat carry-in to the new crop year, mitigating the bullish effect of the winter wheat problems. However, the market remains well supported by corn, which is characterized by tight stocks and burgeoning demand, the board said. Durum prices are affected by unrest in North Africa, a key source of international demand, but world stocks will be down at the end of this crop year. Spring wheat and durum production in the northern U.S. might be squeezed by increased corn acres. Malting barley trade has been slow. China has covered some of its malting needs by buying quality feed barley from Australia. Most buyers will likely try to hold out until the next Northern Hemisphere harvest, when they hope prices will come down. “The 2011-12 harvest is expected to be met with a lot of pent up demand for malting quality barley, so if there are any production or quality issues that develop with new crop production, prices could spike significantly,” the board said. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none

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Exports of corn to China unlikely ARLINGTON, Va. (Reuters) — China is not likely to import large amounts of corn in the near term unless it has a crop shortfall, said a senior U.S. Department of Agriculture official. Jerry Norton, who is in charge of USDA’s world wheat and feed grain estimates, said prices do not favour sales of U.S. corn to China. “We don’t see them (China) in the near term, absent a weather problem, becoming a significant importer.”

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China seeks control of seed breeding Focus on rice, corn | The government fears foreign companies that control a large share of the market will eventually raise seed prices BEIJING, China (Reuters) — China says it plans to take steps to gain control of crop breeding in the country. The nation’s cabinet, called the State Council, said the world’s largest grain producer aims to breed new seeds using China’s own biotechnology and set up large seed-breeding companies by 2020. Scientists said the move may work against the expansion plans of foreign companies that have taken a large share of China’s corn seed market. “The country will focus development on hybrid rice and corn, particularly corn, where Pioneer already has a large share of the market and domestic seed firms are failing to compete,” said a Chinese seed breeding scientist. “The government’s concerns are grain security and how to boost farmers’ incomes, while foreign companies will increase seed prices after they have occupied the market.” DuPont, which owns Pioneer HiBred, one of the world’s largest agricultural seed companies, sees China as a particular opportunity for expansion. Its Xianyu variety is widely planted in northeastern and northern China. Many Chinese seed companies are small and inefficient. As well, the domestic seed industry was hit with scandals in the 1990s when fake seeds were sold and farmers harvested nothing. Domestic seed companies such as Yuan Longping High-tech Agriculture Co. Ltd., set up by Yuan Longping, the father of China’s first hybrid rice strain, may get more support from Beijing. Scientists said genetically modified varieties will not be a priority for Beijing for at least five years because of a long approval process and public debate over the safety of GM food. “(Development of ) non-GMO seeds will still play a key role in boosting grain production in the coming five years,” said Huang Dafang, a researcher with the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences’ Biotechnology Research Institute. “GMO technology is a long-term national strategy and not for this or the next five-year plan,” Huang said. China approved the use of GM rice and corn in late 2009, opening the door for commercial production as soon as next year. The government has also agreed to spend $9.5 billion by 2013 to reinforce 21,300 small and mediumsized reservoirs. Another 25,000 reservoirs would be repaired before 2015.

The spending plan is part of the country’s efforts to combat increasingly frequent natural disasters such as floods and drought. A majority of the nation’s existing reservoirs have had problems in recent decades that have severely affected flood-control efforts.


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U.S. producers, dealers want livestock sale rule changes Stockyards failing | Many cattle groups call for more audits, better payment methods and additional bond coverage BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

DENVER, Colo. — Livestock dealers and producers say it is time to change the way cattle are bought and sold in the United States, following the collapse of an Indiana dealer. The Federal Grain Inspection and Packers Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) has been investigating Eastern Livestock Co. since November and estimates it owes $130 million to 743 sellers in 30 states. The company was charged with failure to pay for livestock purchases, failure to pay in a timely manner and failure to maintain an adequate bond. A livestock marketing committee that met during the recent National Cattlemen’s Beef Association convention in Denver talked about the need for more audits, improved methods of payment and a new bonding structure to protect sellers when auction markets and dealers fail. GIPSA requires licensing and bonding of livestock dealers but does not define how large a bond should be, said Van Dewey of Rabo Agrifinance. “The bonds obtained by livestock dealers are often five percent of the livestock transactions they do annually,” he said. Eastern conducted $2 billion in purchases a year but its $875,000 bond covered only 12 percent of one day’s purchases. “Eastern was trading more than four million cattle in one day,” said Kansas attorney Allie Devine. Millions of cattle trade each day and a handshake is not good enough, she added. When a company fails, auditors often discover there is no paper trail of contracts, invoices or standardized business forms. “There is nothing wrong with paper. Use of paper becomes all important when you have to recreate a transaction that has gone bad.” Devine said six stockyards failed in the last 10 years and creditors were paid 40 cents on the dollar. Thirteen livestock dealers failed in the same period and 18 cents on the dollar was paid. Prompt payment within 48 hours should be expected, said Steve Owens, owner of Joplin Regional Stockyards at Joplin, Missouri, which deals in 450,000 cattle per year. Modern technology and electronic money transfers means there is no longer a reason to wait for 10 days for a cheque to clear, he added. “It is critical for the industry to change the way cattle are paid for.” Dewey said sellers should ask for electronic transfer or a certified cheque before cattle are loaded on the truck. If the buyer refuses, they should ask why. “Assume there is no ironclad assurance you will get paid,” he said. In Canada, provincial agriculture departments administer legislation that governs the bonding of licensing of livestock dealers. Alberta recently passed the Livestock Identification and Commerce Act. It is administered by Livestock Identification Services, which handles brand inspections for cattle and horses. LIS manager Dave Moss said the new act allows for better monitoring access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none

and auditing of companies. The agency also manages the livestock assurance fund set up in 1994. Five cents from every transaction is directed to the fund on a voluntary basis to provide 80 percent protection when non-payment occurs. Few claims have been made on the $8 million fund. “The (U.S.) livestock marketing association has been calling us, getting more details about that fund and wondering if they should create a transactional insurance program,” Moss said. Like most jurisdictions, Alberta requires payment within two business days and dealers are audited at random every year. “We’re in good shape, but we are not naïve. Anybody who wants to do something fraudulent, no legislation is going to stop them,” Moss said. “It is just how much damage can they inflict before they get caught.” Many companies direct wire money to ensure prompt payment and guarantee the cash exists. Saskatchewan livestock dealers are governed under the Animal Products Act, which requires they be licensed and bonded. The minimum coverage is $25,000 and can reach as high as $250,000,

depending on how many head are handled each year. Dealers are audited regularly to renew licenses. In British Columbia, the agriculture ministry licenses auctioneers, livestock dealers, hide dealers, public sale yards and slaughter facilities under its Animal Disease Control Act. The act is currently under review. B.C. slaughter houses that buy 500 animals or less requires a $10,000 bond, while an establishment dealing in more than 100,000 head requires $400,000 coverage. A livestock dealer purchasing fewer than 500 head per year carries a $20,000 bond and those dealing in more than 200,000 head must have a $250,000 bond. Manitoba’s agriculture department licenses livestock dealers and agents. Individual order buyers and auction marts must have a dealer’s license. Abattoirs that are not exclusively custom slaughtering should have a dealer’s license. Bond coverage is determined by livestock volume sold on an annual basis. If a default occurs, sellers may claim against the dealer’s bond to recover full or partial value of the livestock.

Many cattle producers and dealers in the United States want to bring in more regulations to better protect buyers and sellers of livestock. | FILE PHOTO






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Wildlife vaccines sought Wildlife cause disease and abortions in domestic livestock BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

DENVER, Colo. — Finding effective ways to vaccinate wildlife could curb diseases such as brucellosis and tuberculosis in domestic animals. “A lot of the brucellosis we have in the United States comes from wildlife,” said Eileen Thacker, national program leader of animal health at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service. The ARS has a $31.7 million animal health budget and is working to combat disease in livestock and wildlife with new vaccinations, she told a meeting on emerging diseases at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association convention held in Denver Feb. 2-5. Brucellosis can cause abortions in cattle, bison, elk and feral swine. Bison and elk carry brucella abortus and feral swine have brucella suis. Bovine vaccines work on bison, but researchers need to find a way to deliver it to wild populations. Dart guns carrying the vaccine RB51 have been used on bison at Yellowstone National Park. Elk can infect cattle, but the bovine

vaccine does not work on them. Researchers are also looking for a vaccine against brucella suis in the feral swine of the southern United States. “We have found the pigs will pass it onto cattle herds. Vaccinating your cows now will not protect them from the feral swine.” Wildlife appears to be a disease reservoir for the low incidence of tuberculosis in the U.S, especially in Michigan and Minnesota. “We are also looking at strategies to control it in white tail deer populations,” she said. Other research includes vaccines for Johne’s and bovine viral diseases. Researchers are also studying foreign animal diseases and potential vaccines. A vaccine for foot-and-mouth disease is needed that can be differentiated from the antibodies created by the actual disease. Studies are also ongoing into the vectors that carry exotic bluetongue and Rift Valley fever. These tick borne diseases have not been found in the U.S., but scientists need to know if the viruses and ticks can survive the American climate and live to spread the diseases. access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none

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Russia to decide on wheat export ban MOSCOW, Russia (Reuters) — Russian officials will soon debate whether to extend the country’s ban on grain exports beyond July 1, depu-

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wheat prices. It was aimed at ensuring domestic supplies and restraining inflation after a drought cut the grain crop by more than a third. Russian officials have said extending the ban will depend on this year’s harvest. The forecast is for 85 million tonnes, which should provide a small exportable surplus after domestic consumption and restocking. However, the head of a grower’s union said the forecast depended on access to financing for spring seeding. The state agricultural bank slashed collateral needs in late February for farmers with little to pledge after the drought. Russia began intervention tenders of milling and feed grain last month to fight rising prices, but it may suspend milling grain sales as it monitors market developments. Inflation has surged to 2.9 percent this year, compared to 2.1 percent in the same period last year. Milling grain prices have cooled slightly but concerns are mounting about feed grain prices, which have soared following last summer’s devastating drought, causing farmers in some regions to slaughter much of their livestock. Russia could sell feed grain from inter vention stocks at the purchase price, which is about half the market rate, while pausing intervention sales of milling grain, Zubkov said. “Milling grain can continue to be sold at auction, but perhaps it can be suspended for an indefinite period in order to take another look at market prices,” Zubkov told president Dmitry Medvedev according to a transcript of the meeting posted on the Kremlin’s website. Medvedev had earlier said grain tenders might be suspended, citing corruption concerns. The government plans to sell 2.5 million tonnes of grain at intervention tenders in the first half of this year. At recent intervention tenders, the price range for feed barley has exceeded the range for milling wheat.




Rare black-footed ferret in spotlight Wild ferrets on screen | Filmmaker documents return to Grassland National Park BY CALVIN DANIELS FREELANCE WRITER

The black-footed ferret was listed as extinct in Saskatchewan in 1930 but was re-introduced. | GRASSLANDS NATIONAL PARK PHOTO

Kenton Vaughan moved away from Saskatchewan more than 20 years ago, but said he’s always wanted to return to shoot a film in his home province. “I had been looking for a number of years to make a film in Saskatchewan because that is where I’m from,” said the filmmaker who has travelled the world shooting films, including a documentary on bonobo apes in the Republic of Congo in Africa. That filmThe Ghosts of Lomako, appeared on the Nature of Things in

October 2003. Vaughan said his search took a more earnest approach in spring 2009 when he was looking for a new project. A friend suggested a visit to the Grasslands National Park in southern Saskatchewan. “I’d always been looking for a reason to go there,” said Vaughan, who added he began sniffing around for a story idea that might tie back to the reintroduction of the bison to the native prairie in 2005. But instead, Vaughn, who grew up in the Saltcoats area before moving to Ontario in 1987, found something different. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Plans were underway to reintroduce the black-footed ferret to the park. “I had no idea they were North America’s only ferret…. I had no idea they were once thought to be extinct,” he said. It didn’t take long for Vaughan to realize there was a compelling story to be told by following the reintroduction of the ferret, and he agreed to do a film. Then he said he realized exactly what he was up against technically in making the film. “I realized I had agreed to make a film about nocturnal animals that live in holes,” he said. Shooting the film proved a challenge, which was overcome with new technology including light amplification gear, which enhanced what natural light was available on night shoots. A tight timeframe for production compounded the challenge. In most instances, it takes months to put together a financing package for a documentary, but Vaughan didn’t have that kind of time. He pitched the idea to the Nature of Things. “They approved the project without me doing all the research, or figuring out how we were going to do it.” Within a few months of being told of the ferret program, Vaughan was at Grasslands Park shooting film. He said they took their first footage in October 2009, and shot periodically over the next year. “We shot every season,” he said, adding the final segment was done in September 2010 as they released the second batch of ferrets. Vaughan said they had little idea what they would be catching on film, adding there is relatively little known about the black-footed ferret in the wild. In Saskatchewan the blackfooted ferret was listed as locally extinct in 1930s. Then in the 1980s a ranch dog in Wyoming brought one in, said Vaughan, which led to the discovery of an isolated wild population. “It was a second chance to save them,” he said. However, fate seemed against the ferret as canine distemper and sylvatic plague decimated the Wyoming colony. Naturalists stepped in and trapped the last 18 wild ferrets, and began a captive breeding program. “When there was only 18, they were probably the rarest animal in the world,” said Vaughn. While captive breeding proved a major challenge, it worked. “It doesn’t breed easily in captivity. It’s really, really complicated,” said Vaughan. “… Today there are several breeding centres across the United States and at the Toronto Zoo, the only Canadian location. The combined effort has led to releases back to the wild in numerous locations, including the Grasslands Park. “There’s now probably about 1,000 in the wild,” said Vaughan. While the black-footed ferret is a cute critter, cute can’t carry an hourlong documentary film, he said. “That was one of the challenges when doing the edit, deciding what we wanted to say.” Vaughan said that as human beings “we shouldn’t let species go extinct on our watch.”


Ontario renewable power projects OTTAWA (Reuters) — Ontario has approved 40 new large-scale renewable power projects that will create 7,000 jobs and attract $3 billion in private sector investment, according to the provincial government. This second round of projects is expected to generate 872 megawatts of electricity from the sun, wind and water, enough for more than 200,000 homes. The province awarded contracts to 35 solar projects, generating a total of 257 MW of power, four wind projects, for a combined 615 MW, and one 500-kilowatt hydroelectric project.



EU approval of trace GM content seen likely Would affect feed only | The European Commission says the 0.1 threshold will help secure grain imports BRUSSELS, Belgium (Reuters) — A European Union committee has voted to allow traces of unapproved genetically modified material in animal feed imports, the European Commission said, in a bid to secure grain supplies to the import-dependent bloc. EU governments now have three months to either approve or reject the committee’s decision, before the rules can be adopted by the EU executive as law. “In all likelihood the measure will be adopted by member states and EU parliamentarians, even if we expect a lively debate in the European Parlia-

ment,” one EU diplomat involved in the negotiations said. The commission, industry and exporting countries argue the 0.1 percent threshold is needed to avoid a repeat of supply disruptions in 2009, when U.S. soybean shipments to Europe were blocked after tiny quantities of unapproved GM material were found in some cargoes. The EU imported more than 51 million tonnes of animal feed last year, worth almost $20.5 billion Cdn, according to commission statistics. Green groups accused the EU executive of caving in to GM-industry lobbying by reversing its “zero-toler-

ance” policy on unauthorized crops. They said the move was an unnecessary solution to a problem that does not exist. “Weakening safety rules to appease the animal feed industry compromises human and environmental safety,” said Friends of the Earth food campaigner Mute Schimpf. But the head of EU feedmakers’ association Fefac, Patrick Vanden Avenne, said the decision would “safeguard vital supplies of new crop protein feeds from South America to our EU livestock industry”. It’s believed that once the rules were made more strict, the EU com-


German dioxin danger passed: EU HAMBURG, Germany (Reuters) — European Union health experts said Feb. 23 that they see no more danger from an alert in Germany concerning the toxic chemical dioxin found in animal feed, meat and eggs. An EU health alert started on Jan. 3 when German officials said animal feed tainted with poisonous dioxin had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs, poultry and pork at the affected farms. About 4,760 German farms were sealed off at the height of the alert but the number has now been cut to 49. WORLD CROPS

Rain, low prices cut corn estimates JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (Reuters) — South Africa is expected to reap its lowest corn output in four years after lower prices last year discouraged farmers from seeding and heavy rains this year damaged plantings, the government said. Africa’s biggest corn producer would harvest 11.044 million tonnes of the staple in the current 2010-11 season, compared with the 12.815 million tonnes harvested in the previous season. The forecast by the Crop Estimates Committee are lower than a traders’ estimate of 11.53 million tonnes, according to a survey conducted by Reuters News Agency. FOOT AND MOUTH AFTERMATH

South Korea animal feed imports to fall SEOUL, South Korea (Reuters) — Cow, pig and chicken slaughter to contain South Korea’s worst foot-and-mouth outbreak and combat avian flu will cut feed grain imports, mainly corn and wheat, by at least 1.3 million tonnes this year, a top Korea Feed Association official said. Weakening feed demand along with record high grain prices are likely to subdue buying activities of South Korean feed makers. Feed demand was seen dropping by at least 14 percent from last year’s 17.5 million tonnes due to the recent livestock cull, resulting in a sharp drop in feed grain imports. access=subscriber section=news,none,none


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mittee was able to gain majority approval. The GM crops in question must have been approved in a non-EU producing country and an EU authorization request must have been lodged with the European Food Safety Authority for at least three months, the diplomat said. “On top of that…. (European Food Safety Authority) must have given an assessment that the presence of GM products of 0.1 percent are not detrimental to health and environment,” the diplomat added. The 0.1 percent threshold will only apply to imports of animal feed and not human food. access=subscriber section=news,none,none





Industry examines who’s to blame for beer gone bad Premature yeast flocculation | Maltsters were often blamed in the past but fungal infected barley could also be the culprit BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

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Fungal infected barley was found to cause premature flocking, a clumping of yeast cells before brewing is complete, which affects the beer’s flavour. | FILE PHOTO ment, grain sources, carbon dioxide levels and water supplies. Many of the problems seemed to be linked to mechanical problems with inconsistent water temperatures and poor ventilation in the steep rooms. In some cases, pipes in the plant were dirty. “Look again and ask the maltster, ‘what did you do different when you

were dealing with this malt crop problem,’ ” he said. “It is as simple as making sure grain is ventilated at critical times and C02 is not allowed to accumulate.” The study also found 79 percent of these incidents happened during warm weather in the United States, but there was a situation in Canada in January where germination control

temperatures were not correct. Anheuser-Busch has since developed a 16-point checklist for malt house steep rooms and 12 germination requirements. Malting companies that did not update their processing systems were sometimes dropped as company suppliers. He does not know if PYF is related to

a specific micro-organism but doubts it is the main factor because his company buy grain from around the world. “In our work across all those plants, we never associated micoflora with any of these events. We never had a situation where we had any unidentified variables when we worked these things out,” he said.

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On family farmer’s side | NDP MP says Conservatives take their rural supporters for granted BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

New Democrat MP Carol Hughes told the Canadian Federation of Agriculture last week that the NDP is the party that defends farmer rights in Parliament. She told the annual CFA convention Feb. 24 that the party tries to promote farmer interests, whether it is defending the Canadian Wheat Board, supporting local agriculture or introducing a private member’s bill that would have required an economic analysis of potential export market harm before new genetically modified varieties are approved. “New Democrats have a bias,” she said. “We are on the side of the family farmer.” Hughes, a first-term MP from northern Ontario with little farm policy background, was filling in for NDP leader Jack Layton, who was resting last week on doctor’s orders. She said the Conservative government, which represents most rural seats in Canada, takes farmers and their support for granted.

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“In the past 15 years, farm debt has tripled, we have lost 80,000 Canadian farms and the number of young farmers has gone from 77,000 to 22,000,” she said. “It is shameful that this government has no plan to ensure Canada has a strong farming community and thereby ensure a healthy and affordable food supply for the future.” Hughes also said the NDP supports prairie farmers’ complaints that they are being overcharged by the railways on their freight bill. “Where is that railway costing review we so dearly need?” When question period arrived, the MP quickly noted that she was not the agriculture critic and likely would

not have all the answers. CFA delegates were gentle, praising her for appearing but also suggesting that the NDP be broader in its farm policy proposals. They said the party needs to move beyond its skepticism about genetically modified varieties, support of organic farming, opposition to trade deals that open markets for farm exports and focus on small farms and local production. “We cannot feed the world only farming organically,” Ontario Federation of Agriculture vice-president Mark Wales told Hughes. He said the party should rethink its definition of “sustainable agriculture.” OFA president Bette Jean Crews said the party’s hostility to GM varieties is a problem for many farmers who consider these varieties an important part of their business plans. Without committing the party or agriculture critic Alex Atamanenko to anything, Hughes said the party was open to working with farmers to tweak party policy. “We’re not going to tell you how to farm,” she said. access=subscriber section=news,none,none


“We are open to discussing refining the platform if it needs to be.” While critics like to characterize the NDP as an urban party, Hughes reminded the convention that it is a political offspring of the CCF that was a coalition of farm and labour interests. And since the 2008 election, the NDP caucus in Ottawa has been onethird rural with rural seats in British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. “We have a vigorous rural presence around our table.” However, for several elections the party has been shut out of the rural Prairies that once formed a solid core of the NDP caucus. As recently as 1988, 10 of the party’s 43 seats in Parliament came from Saskatchewan.



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The Canadian government has agreed to study with Japan the potential benefits of a liberalizing trade deal between the two countries. It is usually a prelude to formal trade talks. Exporting sectors, including agricultural lobbies, quickly embraced the idea when it was announced in Ottawa Feb. 23. The Canadian Meat Council, which represents federally regulated packers eligible to export meat, said Japan is already a major market for Canadian meat. A trade deal would make it better. Canada exported almost $950 million worth of meat to Japan in 2009: $865 million worth of pork, $58 million worth of beef and more than $20 million worth of horse meat. The council said there is potential for much more if Japanese protections were negotiated down. Japan is the world’s third largest economy and the third largest buyer of Canada’s food exports. “Japan represents one of the best c u s t o m e r s f o r C a n a d a’s m e a t exports,” said council president Brian Read in a statement. “With a population of almost 128 million people, Japan is the world’s largest net importer of food products.” Grain Growers of Canada was also quick off the mark, praising the Conservative government for setting the groundwork to launch trade talks with Japan, which is typically protectionist in agricultural trade. “Japan is well known for paying a premium price for agricultural imports that meet its exacting specif i c at i o n s, “p re s i d e nt St e p h e n Vandervalk said in a statement. “Canada is well positioned to gain because we have the ability to segregate cereals and oilseeds to capture those premium prices, which means more dollars in farmers’ pockets.” Vandervalk said all political parties in the House of Commons should “support Canadian farmers by backing free trade negotiations like this. In addition to exports of raw grain, our domestic agri-food processing sectors will also gain from this trade agreement.” There will almost certainly be House of Commons opposition from the New Democratic Party and possibly the Bloc Québecois, which will argue that increased imports of Japanese industrial goods could swamp some Canadian companies. If the Canada-European Union trade negotiations are a guide, the launch of the preliminary assessment of benefits could precede the launch of trade negotiations by at least several years. Former Liberal deputy prime minister John Manley, now president of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, said that with the “economic centre of gravity” shifting to Asia, it is prudent for Canada to try to secure a firm position through a trade deal. access=subscriber section=news,none,none






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Plates beat wheels | ‘We could go when and where other guys couldn’t go,’ says a TechnoTill packer owner BY RON LYSENG WINNIPEG BUREAU

Al Lowe’s fields were so saturated last spring that water was seeping out of the hillsides and his seeding rig would slide down the side slopes. “But we kept going. If I could get the tractor through it, the seeding rig would seed and the packer would push it in,” said Lowe, who farms near Meachem, Sask. “I have really sticky clay here, but I don’t think I plugged more than two runs the whole time.” Lowe runs Atom Jet openers with TechnoTill packers, which he’s had for seven years, but 2010 was the first time he ran them in extreme mud. “The packers just slide along in the mud. They didn’t gum up or anything. “I was sliding sideways on the side hills, but I just kept seeding. I even seeded running downhill sometimes because I couldn’t pull it uphill.” Lowe said he was still seeding feed barley for his cattle in July. Whenever a 20 or 30 acre spot dried up enough to get into, he went seeding. “I’m glad we did that because anywhere we had some kind of crop growing, it dried up a lot more in the fall than the unseeded acres. “We got germination everyplace we pulled the seeder. Of course, the hollows all flooded out from the rain that came later.” He said his 2010 yield was nothing to brag about, but it was better than no crop at all. His peas averaged 30 bushels and the canola ran 20 to 25 bu. The barley was swath grazed in the fall. “Most of the neighbours around here with the modern parallel linkage drills couldn’t seed because the packer wheels jammed up with mud.” Allan Kormos said he’d rather fight drought than moisture. “Dry prairie conditions are what we’re used to here,” said Kormos of Cardston Alta. “That’s what we’re equipped for and that’s what all our machinery is designed for. Most of my farm is on heavy land. It’s not quite gumbo, but very heavy, so it’s no fun when we get this much rain.” Although he managed to seed all of his 2,000 acres last year, subsequent rain either flooded out the low spots or washed away most of the nutrients. “After seeding was finally finished, we’d get a four inch rain. Then we’d get three inches the next day. This happened over and over. The crop all germinated, but the rain did us in.” Kormos seeded with a Morris 8900 outfitted with Atom Jet openers and TechnoTill packers. It was his sixth year using the packing plates instead access=subscriber section=crops,none,none

Despite the wet conditions in 2010, farmers with TechnoTill packers were able to seed just about anywhere they could drive a tractor. of wheels. “We could go when and where other guys couldn’t go. The TechnoTills didn’t even push the mud. They somehow keep themselves clean.” Kormos said farmers in the area with packing wheels constantly plugged with mud. “A lot of guys ended up dropping the wheels. The shanks didn’t seem to plug, but the packers jammed up with mud so they stopped turning. The big mud balls would just skid along.” He thinks geometry is one of the reasons the packing plates work in the mud. He runs the adjustable plates with the lead edge slightly higher than the back edge. “The back edge of the plate has more contact with the soil or the mud, so the plate behaves like a ski or a sled.” Neighbouring farmers who did manage to get their packing wheels working found they had a crusting problem whenever they got a few sunny days. “For whatever reason, and I don’t understand it, we didn’t experience much crusting at all. Maybe it’s our residue? I don’t know.” Kormos said his barley averaged 50 to 55 bu. Canola on the better

Most of the neighbours around here with the modern parallel linkage drills couldn’t seed because the packer wheels jammed up with mud. AL LOWE SASK. FARMER

drained land averaged 42 bu., but canola on flat fields ran 15 to 18 bu. Mike Syroteuk of Burr, Sask., seeded 1,400 of a possible 2,000 acres last year. It was his second year with TechnoTill packing plates on his JD 610 cultivator. “A lot of guys in our area hardly seeded at all, so I suppose we were lucky,” he said. “All we would need is a couple sunny days to dry the surface a little bit, and we could just go.” He said his soil is heavy with a bit of clay and sand. “We mudded some in into some really sloppy stuff, but that didn’t work too well. Wherever it wasn’t too wet, we got good germination. But even in those spots, we had a lot of disease problems because of all

The packing plates on air seeders remained largely mud-free compared to packing wheels on the heavier air drills. | TECHNOTILL PHOTOS that moisture.” Syroteuk said his barley yielded 15 to 50 bu. per acre, while canola and wheat were around 20 bu. TechnoTill boss Betty Schoenhofer said there are four reasons why mud doesn’t jam up on packing plates: • the metal compound is a form of chrome plus nickel alloy, so it has a smooth surface; • only a thin layer of soil is packed

over the seed row; • the packer plate is under pressure, so mud doesn’t have much opportunity to build up; • air seeders tend to be lighter than drills, so there’s less weight to drag through the mud. For more information, contact Lowe at 306-376-4420, Kormos at 403-653-3299, Syroteuk at 306-6823232 or visit





Poly ropes win for strength, safety

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Less stretch than nylon | Poly ropes easier to handle than chain or steel BY RON LYSENG WINNIPEG BUREAU

BRANDON — Tow rope salespeople haven’t exactly been crying in their beer lately, or is that champagne they’re drinking now? Grant Sroka, also known as the Rope Man, admits business has been good as mud gives farmers an opportunity to replace their worn and unsafe tow lines with new stuff. The Edmonton-based supplier said farmers are taking advantage of their misfortune to upgrade to the latest rope technology. “Yes, there actually is a lot of new technology in polymer ropes,” said Sroka. “The main thing we see is that there’s a swing away from cable and chain. Guys are catching on that rope is safer, plus you get that slingshot effect from the elasticity. They still buy steel, but not nearly as much.” A steel chain or steel cable capable of handling the pulling power of a 600 horsepower tractor is too heavy to work with in the mud. A rope with the equivalent strength is much easier to handle. A chain or cable that snaps under load transforms into a whipping steel snake that cuts through the air and anything else in its path. “But when a rope snaps, it makes one heck of a bang when it pops, and it stays at the height it’s pulling at. There’s no whipping,” he said. “It usually drops back to three or four feet from the point where it snapped and then just falls to the ground.” Sroka said new ropes also have braided loops at both ends, which helps avoid dangerous metal hooks. He said the safest hookup is always a braided loop at both ends of a rope. The loop can be run through a safety shackle with a screw pin attached to the drawbar or run directly through the drawbar pin. Sroka said the new polymers are more suitable for tow ropes. Traditional braided nylon round ropes have about a 40 percent stretch factor. Stretching a rope that much reduces the diameter and its strength. The new braided round Tuf-Rope brand that Sroka sells stretches only 17 percent. He said that’s still enough elasticity to get a decent slingshot impact yet maintain the strength of the rope. The Tuf-Rope is resin coated so it won’t absorb water, mildew or rot. It should be pressure washed after each use and hung in the shop to dry. Sroka said farmers sometimes overdo it when making purchases. “Bigger isn’t better in this case. There’s a lot to consider. To sell you the right rope, I need to know what kind of tractor horsepower rating you’ll be pulling with. “I always want to match the rope to the tractor. If you’re oversized on the rope, you won’t get the stretch you need for a slingshot. And slingshot is one of the reasons you want rope in the first place.” He also sells flat nylon sling style tow lines from two to 12 inches that have a 200,000 pound rating and handle anything a 600 h.p. tractor can put out. “A lot of guys like these straps because they roll up a lot neater than a braided rope, but they only have a seven or eight percent stretch. Not as good as a new polymer braided rope, access=subscriber section=crops,none,none

but still better than steel.” Sroka said farmers should consider replacing tow ropes within five to 10 years, depending on use. Even ultraviolet resistant polymer ropes should be stored away from direct sunlight. “But the biggest enemy of any rope is a sharp metal edge, even a small metal edge.” He said a rope’s integrity is compromised once it is cut, which is why loops with smooth round pins at both ends are essential. All metal pins and shackles should be checked for burrs or sharp edges before each tow job. An implement stuck in the mud is usually being held by suction, said

Lawrence Papworth, an engineer with the Alberta Ag Tech Centre. “You’ve got to break that suction before you can pull the machine out,” he said. “Pulling power alone usually won’t do it. But the snap or slingshot you get from a braided rope is what will break that suction. You don’t get that snap with a chain, and you can get only a small bit of snap with a cable. Rope is best.” It’s possible to get that snap with chain or cable by taking a run at it with a long enough steel tow line and jerking the implement loose, but that can be a dangerous plan. Jonathon Cook at Ag World in Kinistino, Sask., said he no longer

Grant Sroka says safety concerns about steel cable and chain are prompting farmers to buy poly ropes and straps. | RON LYSENG PHOTO stocks steel tow chains or cables. “It’s mainly the safety factor,” said Cook. “Guys know that a snapped chain or a snapped cable can be pretty dangerous, so we don’t even

sell them anymore. For more information, contact Cook at 306-864-2200, Papworth at 403329-1212 and Sroka at 780-718-4590 or visit


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Grasshopper forecast, based on adult grasshopper counts in fall (hoppers/m2) very severe 24+ severe 12-24 moderate 8-12 light 4-8 very light 2-4 none to very light 0-2

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Grasshoppers pose minimal threat in Sask. Population under control | It would take years of good conditions for populations to rebuild BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

Last year’s cool, wet weather was good for at least one thing: controlling grasshopper populations. The 2011 forecast shows just a few hot spots, mainly in southwestern Saskatchewan, said provincial insect specialist Scott Hartley. Areas showing the possibility of severe risk to cereals include the rural municipalities of Val Marie, Lone Tree, Pinto Creek, Auvergne, Arm River, Montrose and Perdue. The forecast is based on adult grasshopper counts at 1,200 locations. A severe infestation is considered to be 12 to 24 grasshoppers per sq. metre. However, the survey showed that most of the province can expect zero to two grasshoppers per sq. metre. Hartley said a spring similar to last year could push the numbers lower,

but a warm, dry spring isn’t likely to result in a population explosion. “We could see the start of a buildup,” he said, but it would take several years to reach the damaging populations experienced in 2003. However, crops can be more susceptible in poor growing conditions such as many expect this year. “You don’t need as many grasshoppers to cause more damage,” Hartley said. Some crops are more affected than others no matter what the conditions. For example, lentils are vulnerable to grasshopper damage as soon as they begin flowering and at only two insects per sq. metre. Flax is vulnerable at the green boll stage. “We are expecting a generally low risk across the province, but we could see economic (damage) numbers in vulnerable crops,” said Hartley. access=subscriber section=crops,none,none


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TULARE, Calif. — The Case W14 Feedlot Special has toiled for decades on farms and feedlots across North America. Its replacement has arrived. The new Commodity King machines share similarities with their predecessors. They are able to handle dust and have a grapple and high volume bucket. However, the new 21 Series loaders are also easier on the environment and the fuel bill. The three largest new loaders, 721F, 821F and 921F, are all Tier 4 emissions standard compliant, relying on selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and its urea additive. They come in 179, 211 and 242 engine horsepower and place the driver on the tail of the articulated loaders. They are designated F class for their SCR use. Two of the new machines, the 721 and E series 21, are packaged for agricultural applications and are called Commodity King. The latter is without a Tier 4 compliant engine and SCR. “It is also set up to accept joy stick steering. That is getting to be a popular item for ag applications,” said Tom McLaughlin of Case, who debuted the new machines in the middle of North America’s most dairy cow dense municipality, Tulare County in California, during the World Ag Expo farm show. “We see a lot of dairy farms liking that option.” The rear axle differentials are open for manoeuvreability on hard surfaces, such as feed loading areas and dairy barns. “We seal the cooler areas to make sure that air passing through those areas must pass through a screen filter first,” he said. “That takes out the large particles. The passages between the cooler fins are at least that big, so they don’t get material in that will get stuck in the cooling system.” Case is offering a variety of tools for the new loaders, including bale spikes, pallet forks and scaled buckets for measuring feed. Light material buckets of up to 5.5 sq. yards for the 721F and 4.5 yards for the 621E Commodity Kings are available for handling chop.


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Barley growers look to promote sector Strategic plan needed | Low production and poor quality issues have squeezed supply BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

Barley growers are taking steps to save their industry. Production has dropped nearly 30 percent in the last 10 years to 6.9 million tonnes, based on Canadian Grain Commission figures. The Western Barley Growers Association says it wants to renew interest in the crop before the industry disappears. The association has met with government and barley users in the last year as it drums up financial support for an initiative to save the industry. Letters of support from every sector of the business have been collected. Meetings are also planned with the Canadian Wheat Board. “This whole initiative is not meant to be an attack on the Canadian Wheat Board,” association president Brian Otto said during the barley growers’ recent annual meeting in Calgary. He said the initiative should identify the weak parts of the industry and find ways to rebuild demand for feed, beer and other food products. “We have seen things that aren’t working identified, but nobody has ever proposed how you fix it.” The association is also meeting with federal agriculture minister

Gerry Ritz this month to discuss the strategic plan. Wheat board president Ian White said the story of diminishing barley supplies and lower quality has been repeated around the world. “From our point of view, 2010 was the worst quality barley crop ever,” he told the meeting. A normal year provides 2.4 million tonnes of malting barley, but 1.1 million tonnes are available for sale this year. Maltsters have stretched their supplies as far as possible and customers have substituted barley with wheat malt. Maltsters require new crop barley as soon as it is available. A repeat of low production or quality issues in the main growing areas will create further bullishness in the market because international customers are concerned about their ability to obtain supplies. Most of this year’s small malting barley pool has already been marketed. The board won’t be able to increase the value of the pool because it does not have the malting barley available. Better barley prices may be offered this year, but White is not sure that is enough incentive to plant more. “Feed barley prices are forecast to be the highest we have seen in 25 years,” he said. About 80 percent of the western

Feed barley prices are forecast to be the highest we have seen in 25 years. IAN WHITE

barley crop is used for livestock feed, and production is down around the world. The western Canadian spot price was more volatile this year. Feeders had alternative grain available such as feed wheat and dried distillers grain from the United States. The board sold 318,000 tonnes of feed barley in 2010-11, but it was

challenging to keep pace with volatile prices. “Did we keep pace with the market in terms of the signals? We could have done a better job of that but the market was moving very quickly and had to reflect a price to farmers at a time when the market bounced around by $30 a tonne in a day,” he said.

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The Dec. 2, 2010, edition of The Western Producer included an article entitled “B.C. migrants get contract for better working conditions,” which reported on the collective agreement in place at Sidhu & Sons’ Nursery Ltd. for its foreign employees hired pursuant to the Seasonal Agricultural Work Program (SAWP).






It has been brought to our attention that the United Food and Commercial Workers Union has issued a statement indicating that the Union spokesperson made various inaccurate statements when being interviewed by our reporter. The statement can be viewed in its entirety at The Western Producer takes this opportunity to draw readers’ attention to the Union’s clarification. The Union’s statement says that the Union spokesperson was not referring to Sidhu & Sons when she made the comment that “migrant workers who previously spoke up about harsh working and living conditions were often not rehired.” The Union’s statement also says the Union spokesperson was incorrect when she said that SAWP employees at Sidhu & Sons did not receive two paid 15 minute breaks during an eight hour shift until the collective agreement was in place and that the six percent vacation pay referenced in the collective agreement was not provided by Sidhu & Sons before the collective agreement was in place. Sidhu & Sons says both benefits were already in place. At the time of publishing our article, we had no reply to our request of Sidhu & Sons for comments. Sidhu & Sons has now issued the following statement which we have agreed to publish: “Sidhu & Sons is a family business established in 1975. We at Sidhu & Sons have always valued our foreign SAWP employees and had established a good working relationship with them well before the organizing or involvement of any union. “ We w e re o n e o f t h e f i r s t employers in British Columbia to hire employees under SAWP and since then we have employed foreign workers to perform the same task as its domestic workers. We have continually ensured that our working and living conditions meet or exceed all applicable legislated employment standards, SAWP requirements, and housing requirements and inspections. “Our good relationship with our SAWP employees is evident in the fact that the same SAWP employees have chosen to return to work for us year after year. For the 2010 season, 80 percent of the SAWP employees working at Sidhu & Sons have worked for us for four or more seasons.” access=subscriber section=crops,news,mark section=crops,news,markets



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JET AIRCRAFT FUEL drop tanks off Lockhed P-80-A, complete and original, $1950/ea OBO. Can deliver. Call Wes 403-936-5572, Calgary, AB. CESSNA 414A III Chancellor Ram VII, 1980, S/N 414A-0478, 5217 TTAF, Garmin GNS 480, S-Tec 60-2 autopilot, winglets and speed brakes. Phone 403-637-2250, Water Valley, AB. CESSNA 210M CENTURION, 1977, S/N 21062082, 3613 TTAF, Garmin GDL 69 XM weather, $20,000 recent refurbishment, Garmin GNS 530, 406 ELT and Sierra gear door mod. 403-637-2250, Water Valley AB MGK AERO: LIGHT aircraft and engine parts, satisfaction guaranteed. Altona, MB, 204-324-6088. 1969 CITABRIA, 7 GCBC, wheels, skis and floats, $75,000 Cdn. Carrot River, SK. Phone 910-470-1407. PRICE REDUCED: 1958 PA18A-150, TTSN 2602, 503 SMOH, Garmin 760 Com, King transponder, King ADF, intercom, ext. 8/10, int. 9/10, tuned exhaust w/starter, life time struts. Call Ron 250-426-3312, cell 250-421-0602, Cranbrook, BC.

1986 PELICAN CLUB Ultralight, 2 seater, enclosed cockpit, EA81 Subaru w/3 blade prop, heater, radio, intercom w/2 headsets, elec. start, always hangared, c/w dolly and skis. 306-946-3303, Watrous, SK. NELSONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S AUCTION SERVICE, Saturday March 5, 2011, 9:00 AM. Antique Auction MCCAULEY 2A36C23, 0 time since over- Nelsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auction Center, Meacham, SK. haul, spinner, $6800 OBO. 403-335-3723, Featuring Zig Kondzielewski Antique DisDidsbury, AB. persal and more. Lamps: hanging, coal oil, finger, whale oil. Carnival Glass: various 1973 AG WAGON 3400 TT, engine time â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;0â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, pieces. Pressed Glass: lions head compote, 740 hrs. on Hartzell 3 blade (new in 2006) covered butter dishes, pedestal cake plate. Satloc Airstar, CP nozzles on superbooms, Dishes. Pottery: platter - John Elder, blue electric brake fan, big tires, $80,000. pot (German), pottery plates. Misc. items: 204-362-0406, Morden, MB. washstand, butter churn, Singer sewing machine, Vickers portable sewing maWANTED: FACTORY SNOWPLANE in chine, assâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t lanterns, cameras, wash good condition. 218-689-0659, Middle Riv- boards, meat saw, VHSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, DVDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, assâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t er, Minn. dolls, silver teapots, nativity set, beanie Beatles collection set. Household WANTED: LOOKING FOR a Cessna 180 on babies, coffee tables, end tables, leather floats, low time on the engine. Email items: table w/chairs, washer/dryer, Ph. 867-873-4194, couch, stools, mirror w/ant. frame. Money; 97 Yellowknife, NT. lots of collectible money. Many more 1946 12D TAILORCRAFT for restoration, items available at this auction. For a more all new Ceconite envelopes and all neces- complete listing, view our website at sary tapes and dope to complete project. w w w. n e l s o n s a u c t i o n . c o m o r p h o n e I am unable to finish myself, $9000. 306-944-4320 for more information. PL #911669. 306-782-7195, Yorkton, SK.

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WANTED: EXHAUST MANIFOLD for 18-36 Hart-Parr tractor. Phone 250-547-6391, Lumby, BC. D2 CAT, S/N 3J3532, no dozer, no hydraulics, good condition, needs paint, $3500. 306-342-4788, Medstead, SK.

NEW TRACTOR PARTS and quality engine rebuild kits. We are also dealers for Steiner Tractor Parts for old tractors. Tractor Service Manuals and owners and parts. Not all parts online. 37 years of service. Great competitive quotes. Website w w w. d i a m o n d f a r m t r a c t o r p a r t s . c o m 1-800-481-1353. 1953 JD AR, $2000; HD 5 Allis Chalmers loader caterpillar, $3500; Other tractors for parts. 306-538-4685, Kennedy, SK. WANTED: COCKSHUTT TRACTORS, especially 50, 570 super and 20, running or not, equipment, brochures, manuals and memorabilia. We pick up at your farm. Jim Harkness, RR4, Harriston, ON., N0G 1Z0, 519-338-3946, fax: 519-338-2756. TRACTOR PARTS and quality engine rebuild kits. Tractor service manuals, instructive repairs. Owners manuals. Our 37th year. Toll free 1-800-481-1353, WANTED: 3-1/2â&#x20AC;? - 4â&#x20AC;? wall pump cylinder. 780-307-5404, Waskatenau, AB.

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BUYING TRACTOR CATALOGUES, brochures, manuals, calendars, etc. Edmonton 1965 SPORT SERIES 318, wide block, 2 AB. Barry 780-921-3942, 780-903-3432. door, hard top, 60% complete, $5000. STATIONARY ENGINE for sale, in run- Phone Keith 306-532-4892, Wapella, SK. ning condition; also some parts. For list WANTED: 1928 to 1934 FORDS, any condiphone 306-652-8516, Saskatoon, SK. tion. Contact Mark or Rod toll free at: 1-888-807-7878.

ADRIANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S MAGNETO SERVICE Guaranteed repairs on mags and ignitors. Repairs. HERITAGE TRACTORS AND EQUIPParts. Sales. 204-326-6497. Box 21232, MENT CORPORATION Expo quality resSteinbach, MB. R5G 1S5. toration and repairs of vintage and antique TUNE-RITE TRACTOR PARTS New parts tractors and equipment. 403-335-9577 or for old tractors. Tires, decals, reproduction Olds, AB. parts, antiques and classic. Don Ellingson, 1954 JD 70 gas, exc. tin, great restoration 1-877-636-0005, Calgary, AB. project, $5500. Phone 306-553-2230, Swift Current, SK. JD UNSTYLED AR PARTS, large selection. Also model H parts. 204-326-6529 or JD MANURE SPREADER, JD sulky and 204-326-7873, Steinbech, MB. e-mail gang plow, road grader, 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122; double disc, pwiebe@steinbech/ walking plow, IH horse binder, fresnos, JD 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; press drill, IH high wheel 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122; drill, 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 1969 ALLIS 220, cozy cab, 2 hyds., PTO, 3 cultivator, IH mower. Ph. 403-328-2618, P T H , 2 4 . 5 x 3 2 r u b b e r, $ 8 2 5 0 O B O. Lethbridge, AB. 306-228-3665, Unity, SK. WANTED: PLUNGER OR stationary knife JD 830, diesel, top working cond., pup for #47 Int. baler and flat belt attachment motor, good tires, dual hyd., PTO, PS, cab, f o r # 3 0 C o c k s h u t t . V i c t o r i a , B C . front and rear wheel weights- unit weighs 250-479-2793, 13,500 lbs. 306-728-2800, Melville, SK. 1949 MASSEY HARRIS 44 DS diesel, 1954 OLIVER SUPER 55, good condition, $1250 or partly/ trade for IH equipment. $5000. 306-243-4931, Outlook, SK. 250-832-2243, Salmon Arm, BC.


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OLD MOTORCYCLES or parts wanted, any condition, any model, 1979 or older. Will pickup, pay cash. Call Wes 403-936-5572 anytime, Calgary, AB. 1959 GMC STEPSIDE, longbox, Model 9320, 6 cyl., 3 spd. trans. on the tree, foot start, completely redone to original, oak floor in box. 306-230-1043, Saskatoon, SK. 1975 CADILLAC DE VILLE sedan, 4 dr., runs and drives good, $1500. 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. WANTED: STUDEBAKER PICKUP truck, any condition. Phone evenings 204-668-4245, Winnipeg, MB. 1975 GMC CABOVER, 350 DD, 13 spd., 40,000 rears; 1957 Dodge D700 tandem, 354 Hemi, 5&3 trans., 34,000 rears; 1971 GMC long nose tandem, 318 DD, 4x4 trans. Sterling 306-539-4642, Regina, SK.

WANTED: TRACTOR MANUALS, sales brochures, tractor catalogs. 306-373-8012, Saskatoon, SK. EXTENSIVE DOLL COLLECTION: Dolls from 1890 to date, including an Avon collection still in the orig. boxes from 1960-1990. For further information on this one of a kind collection please call Violetta 403-854- 2756, Hanna, AB. WANTED TO BUY: Silverware, Prelude pattern. 780-348-2352, Clyde, AB. $100 REWARD LEADING to my purchase of outside horn phonographs. Double reward for wood horn, or rare machines. B. Wiese, phone 780-349-4568, Westlock, AB

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UNRESERVED AUCTION, Commercial Consignment Sale, Saturday, March 5th, 10:00 AM, Schmalz Auction Centre, Hwy. #2 south Prince Albert, Sask. 10:00 AM: New Suzuki quad parts and acc., new windows, doors, and acc. 1:00 PM: Restaurant Equipment. Comments: This sale has a selection of many newer items you won’t want to miss! Please check our two websites. See you there! Sale Conducted by Schmalz Auctions, Hwy #2 south Prince Albert, SK, or Phone 306-763-2172, 306-922-2300. PL #911509.

MACK AUCTION CO. presents a Large Land and Farm Equipment Auction for the Estate of Rocky Gillies, Thursday, April 14, 2011, Big Beaver, SK, 10:00 AM. Directions from Jct. Hwy 18 and Hwy 34 go 3.2 kms west and 5.2 kms south. Up for auction are 11 quarters of land in southern Sask. Check in this paper under Sask. land for sale for details or visit for photos and listing or 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962.

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2000 FREIGHTLINER FLD112, Cummins ISM 370 HP, 10 spd., Eaton 404 4.33, air ride, 11R22.5, Webasto, damaged cab, 523,000 kms. All or parts reasonable. Newer HD front axle from tridem, $375. 403-938-3888, Calgary, AB area. ALI-ARC MOOSE BUMPER off Kenworth 900L, exc. cond., $2000; 4” hyd. Roper crude pump, near new, $2000; 250 Cummins and 13 spd. trans. for parts, $500. 306-969-2110, Minton, SK. SASKATOON TRUCK PARTS CENTRE Ltd. North Corman Industrial Park New and used parts available for 3 tonhighway tractors including custom built tandem converters and wet kits. All truck makes/models bought and sold. Shop service available. Specializing in repair and custom rebuilding for transmissions and differentials. For more information please call 306-668-5675 or 1-800-667-3023. DL #914394 VERY GOOD 18’- 8’x8’6” truck van, w/roll up door, $800 OBO. 780-929-9300 eves., Sherwood Park, AB. FOR SALE: Good used mechanical parts from a 1994 OLDS 88 LS with 130,000 kms. Parts should fit other similar GM vehicles (1993-1999). For a list of parts call 306-472-3210, Lafleche, SK. 2 RAIL BOX CARS, located at Viterra Saskatoon Grain Terminal, approx 51’ long by, 10’ wide by 11’ high c/w wheel trucks, conditions: minimum of 10% deposit required with offer, highest offer not necessarily accepted, Viterra reserves the right to evaluate and accept offers based on it’s own internal criteria and to accept/reject any offer submitted in its sole and absolute discretion, offers must be received in writing on or before Friday March 12, 2011, the successful bidder will be required to complete and execute and invoice for the purchase and sale of the asset(s) in Viterra’s standard form, the rail cars must be removed from the site at the successful bidders cost no later than June 30th, 2011, these items can be viewed at the Viterra grain terminal at 3404 11th St. West Saskatoon, SK. Please submit offers to Viterra at 2625 Victoria Ave., Regina, SK. S4T 7T9, Attn: Reg Hinz, Manager, Porperty Adminsitrator, Ph: 306-569-4311, fax: 306-569-6151

K-B TRUCK SALVAGE, over 70 medium and heavy duty trucks, Cat, Cummins, Detroit, IH diesels, 5, 9, 10, 13, 15 speed transmissions, 100’s of good used tires, wheels, etc. Best prices, good service. Call 306-259-4843, Young, SK. TRUCK BONEYARD INC. Specializing in obsolete parts, all makes. Trucks bought for wrecking. 306-771-2295, Balgonie, SK. WRECKING USED VOLVO trucks: Misc. axles and trans. parts; Also tandem trailer suspension axles. 306-539-4642, Regina, SK WRECKING SEMI-TRUCKS, lots of parts. NEW ACCESS ROLLUP box cover for GM Call Yellowhead Traders. 306-896-2882, longbox truck, fits year 1996 to 2003, Churchbridge, SK. $550. 306-962-3821, Eston, SK. WANTED: 16’ GRAIN box w/wo hoist and tarp. in good shape. Call Merv, Arborfield, SK. at 306-767-2616 or 306-276-7518.






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1996 CHEV DSL. 1/2 ton, longbox, Supercab, no trans., engine runs, lots of good parts. 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. SASK. LARGEST INVENTORY of used heavy truck parts. 3 ton tandem diesel motors and transmissions and differentials for all m a ke s ! C a n A m Tr u c k E x p o r t L t d . , 1-800-938-3323. VS TRUCK WORKS Inc. parting out GM 1/2- 1 ton trucks. Call Gordon or Joanne, 403-972-3879, Alsask, SK. 2003 CHEVY DURAMAX, 2500 HD, 4 WD, 456,000 kms, new injectors at 421,000, newer brakes, newer rotors, tranny upgrade, new clutch fan. Driver side was damaged; needs fender, front and back door and mirror and box repair. Truck is in very good mech. cond., loaded, leather, heated seats, 4 dr shortbox. Please call Jake 403-363-9984, Slave Lake, AB. 8x16’ STEEL B&H, no endgate, $850 OBO. S e r i o u s c a l l s o n ly. 3 0 6 - 3 9 5 - 2 6 6 8 , 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. 4” ROPER PUMP, with all PTO attachments and PTO for 18 spd. trans, about 3 yrs. old. 403-335-9719, Didsbury, AB. SOUTHSIDE AUTO WRECKERS, Weyburn, SK, 306-842-2641. Used car and truck parts, light to heavy. We buy scrap iron and non-ferrous metals.

WRECKING LATE MODEL TRUCKS: 1/2 tons, 3/4 tons, 1 tons, 4x4’s, vans, SUV’s. Also large selection of Cummins diesel motors, Chevs and Fords as well. Phone Edmonton- 1-800-294-4784, or Calgary1-800-294-0687. We ship anywhere. We have everything, almost. C15 CAT TWIN turbo complete, good crank, needs pan, $4000; Also 40,000 lb. rear ends with lock-ups, $3000. 306-273-4644, 306-621-6673, Rhein, SK. WRECKING 2001 Freightliner Classic, good eng., trans. and drive components, other parts available. 306-862-5521 Nipawin, SK

1992 32 PASSENGER school bus, above avg. cond., International C&C, std. trans. Currently being used as school bus, $4250. 780-385-3194, Killam, AB.

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1979 FORD THUNDERBIRD, 12,243 original kms, as new, never seen snow, serious enquiries only. 306-358-4323, Denzil, SK. WANTED: DIESEL CHEVETTE with auto trans, or just the trans. 250-782-7262, Dawson Creek, BC.,

2010 45’ GRAVHAUL TRIDEM GRAIN HAULER, $37,500 OBO. Very low miles. Reason for trade is I am going to a Super B. Cell 306-487-7433 home 306-487-2710. Lampman, SK. 2007 LODE-KING open end Super B, silver powder coat wheels, brakes/tires 50%, no recaps, Intrax air ride with gauges, blue and white, gray tarps, dual cranks, load and unload lights, fresh AB safety. $52,000 plus GST. 780-645-5376, St. Paul, AB. 2006 TIMPTE, alum. wheels, ag hoppers, 72” sides, safetied, $28,500; 2005 Doepker open end tridem, 3 hopper under trailer, alum. wheels, less than 20,000 miles, shedded, like new, $42,500; 2 sets 2004 Doepker Super B’s, closed end, alum. slopes, alum. wheels, 22.5 rubber at 60/80%, no rust, safetied, $45,500; 2003 Doepker 36’, air ride, open end, absolutely mint, $27,500; 2002 Lode-King tri-axle, air r i d e , 3 h o p p e r, c l e a n a n d s a fe t i e d , $32,500; 1997 Wilson Super B, alum. wheels, safetied, very clean, $45,000; 36’ Lode-King spring ride, auto chute openers, $15,500; 2000 Doepker closed end Super B, air ride, new paint, safetied, $39,500; 1998 Advance Super B, closed end, air ride, safetied, $32,000; 1993 Doepker spring ride Super B, will split or sell as unit, very serviceable and priced right; 1991 Westline Super B, $12,500; T. Edkins S e m i Tr u c k a n d Tr a i l e r L t d . , Te r r y 204-825-7043, Ken 204-362-0116, website Winkler, MB. 1993 JETCO 23’ single hopper pup, $11,000. 306-459-2547, Ogema, SK.

2006 LODE-KING TRIDEM axle grain trail- 2008 53’ WILSON quad axle cattle liner, er, air ride, 3 hopper, fresh safety, Model PSDCL-402, Silver Star with 3/4 $36,400. 306-424-2701, Kendal, SK. folding doghouse, safetied, very good cond., $68,500; 2002 48’ Merritt tandem NEW 2011 DRAKE grain trailers for sale, axle cattle/hog trailer, insulated, with full tandem, tri-axle, 2 or 3 hopper configura- hog rail and decking, winter kit, 3/4 foldtion air or spring ride. Prices starting at ing doghouse, safetied, very good cond., $25,500; 2008 40’ Dakota tridem, $40,000; $28,500. Ph. 204-886-2614, Teulon, MB. 34’ McCoy tandem, spring ride, $15,000. P h o n e M y l e s a t 3 0 6 - 7 4 5 - 6 1 4 0 o r 2002 WILSON 53’ tri-axle, fold-up dog306-745-7530, Esterhazy, SK. house, nose decking, new upper 5th, tires at 70%, excellent condition, $33,000. SANDBLAST AND PAINT your grain trail- 306-476-2712, Rockglen, SK. ers, boxes, flatdecks and more. We use industrial undercoat and paint. Can zinc coat 2010 EBY STOCK TRAILER, 8x24, rolling for added rust protection. Quality work- divider gate, $19,000. 306-731-3595, manship guaranteed. Prairie Sandblasting 306-731-7657 cell, Lumsden, SK. and Painting, 306-744-7930, Saltcoats, SK. 2002 WILSON 53’ cattle liner, air ride, al1996 CANCADE 28.5’ steel trailer, 2 hop- um. wheels, excellent shape. Vegreville, pers, 11R-24.5 rubber on steel budds, rear AB. Phone 780-632-5680. pintle hitch, 74” sides, makes a great pup trailer behind tandem, roll tarp, $16,000; 2009 MERRITT quad-axle, $66,000; 2009 1986 Lode-King 17’, 2 axle single hopper MERRITT tri-axle, $58,000. Both in exc. pup, 11R-24.5 rubber on steel budds, roll cond. 403-381-4593, cell 403-382-8860, Lethbridge, AB. tarp, $5500. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. NEW CASTLETON 44’ tridem 2 hopper CONVERTED FURNITURE VAN into horse and 36’ tandem; new Wilson Super B, Tri- show trailer, 48’ overall. 22’ of complete dem and 37’ tandem; 2007 Lode-King Su- living qrtrs., lots of stge., rear load ramp, per B’s, air ride; 2004 and 1999 Super B air hauls 10 horses. $38,500 OBO. Carolyn Lurides; 1998 Castleton tridem, 2 hopper, air max, Swan River, MB. 204-525-2263. ride; 1989 32’ Lode-King; Michel’s augers 24’ EXCISS ALUMINUM stock trailer, 3 yrs for Castleton trailers; Tandem and S/A old. Hardly used. $16000. 306-221-0734, converter, drop hitch, cert.; Tridem and Dundurn, SK. Ta n d e m a x l e p o n y p u p s , B H & T. 3 0 6 - 3 5 6 - 4 5 5 0 , D o d s l a n d , S K . D L 2007 WILSON TRI-AXLE hog rail, nose #905231, decking side board kit and nose box. Dogis cranked up to give clearance for 2008 DOEPKER SUPER B grain trailer, house stock, new brakes, good 295/75R 22.5 alum. end slopes, dual crank, low mileage, tall tires, c/w tire inflation system, $53,000. tool box, no fertilizer, fresh safety, new Visit brakes all around, good 22.5 rubber, Ross 403-350-2503, Lacombe, AB. or contact $60,000 OBO. Located in Strathmore, AB. Call 403-601-8677. 1983 WY-LEE 16’x6’ wide x6’4” high gooseneck trailer, rubber mats, vg cond., asking 2002 LODE-KING TANDEM TRAILER, $3900. 306-948-2963, Biggar, SK. 36’, air ride, Michel’s tarp, good rubber, very clean, $19,500. 204-534-5181, Killar- BLUE HILLS TRAILERS has a complete ney, MB. line of quality, durable, easy pulling stock 2010 WILSON SUPER B grain trailers, like and horse trailers at a competitive price. new, $75,000 firm. Phone 306-825-5355, We now are the exclusive Western Canada dealer for the Maxey line of flat and hyLloydminster, SK. draulic dump trailers. Check out, then give us a call for a price you can work with. Dealer inquiries welcome. We are also the dealer for National Trailer Parts for all your trailer parts needs and offer complete repair, sandblasting and refinishing service to keep your trailers looking and working good. Brandon, MB. 204-728-3597,

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SUPREME TRAILER SALES, Your #1 Agassiz and Precision trailer dealer in SK. Toll free 1-888-652-3888. 1995 LORNES LOG TRAILER, triple axle, air ride, 9.5’ axles, 9.5 bunks, heavy stakes, 6 bunks, flashing light on rear, new 12R-22.5 r u b b e r, s a f e t i e d , $ 2 0 , 0 0 0 O B O . 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. 1998 ARNES SELF-UNLOADING Super B hay trailers, 40 plus large round bales, 156,000 miles. Retiring. 780-848-2538, Warburg, AB. 1981 ARIZONA TANDEM axle Jeep, vg 255/70R22.5 low profile tires and brakes $8500 OBO. 204-447-2276, 204-447-0153, Ste. Rose, MB.

30 SEMI HIGHBOYS and stepdecks, $2,300 to $18,000. 306-222-2413, check out Aberdeen/Saska2006 OPEN END DOEKPER TRAILERS! toon, SK. Aluminum slopes, new tarps, virgin 24.5” rubber, Recent safety, white with black and silver pinstriping! great shape asking $53,000!! Serious inquiries call 306-527-4683! Regina, SK. 2008 LODE-KING Prestige Super B grain trailers, fresh safety, dual cranks, $60,000 La co m b e AB OBO. Shawn 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB Pho n e: 403- 782 - 4774 WOW, LOOK! 10 NEW grain trailers. Fa x: 403- 782 - 6493 Tandems/ tri-axles. Urgently need trades. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. FEATUR ED TR AILER S


2007 DOEPKER Super B grain trailers, alum. wheels, exc. cond., current safety, $65,500 OBO. 403-308-1196 Nobleford, AB 2010 CASTLETON TANDEM 36’, white/ black, dual crank, air ride, extra flaps and lights, as new; 2007 Castleton Tridem 2 hopper, white/silver, dual cranks, farm t r a i l e r, $ 4 0 , 0 0 0 . N ew 2 0 1 1 t r a i l e r s available. Call 780-831-4549 Wanham, AB.

2009 USED WILSON quad axle, 3 lifting axles, elec. tarp, ag hoppers, 53 L, 78 high, 96 wide, alum. rims, 11R22.5 tires LED lights, like new cond. $52,000. Can deliver. Phone 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. 2003 LODE-KING PRESTIGE 42’, tridem, triple hopper, open fronts, air ride, rubber 50%, brakes- 75%, never hauled fertilizer, mint condition, asking $29,000. 780-354-8884, Beaverlodge, AB. 2009 LODE-KING Prestige tandem grain trailer, open end alum. combo, loaded, farm use only, never had fert., low miles, purchased new in April 2009. Phone 780-650-0515, Waskatenau, AB.

WANTED: 16’ PLUS gooseneck stock trailer, and older diesel dually w/low kms. Call Miles at: 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, AB. MR. B’s TRAILER SALES, Norberts and Rainbow, lease to own. Ph. 306-773-8688, Swift Current, SK. 20’ TANDEM AXLE Kiefer aluminum cattle/ horse trailer. For more information call 306-277-4503, Gronlid, SK.

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1997 TRAIL KING 48’ mechanical detach double drop, 30’ in well fold out outriggers, brackets for 3rd axle flip, $29,500; 2002 Lode-King, alum. combo, tri-axle, drop deck, 51’, alum. rims, safetied, $22,500; 1997 Lode-King 48’ flat deck alum. combo, alum. deck, good rubber, safetied, exceptionally clean, $10,500; 42000 51’ tandem steel, and steel alum. c o m b o d r o p d e c k s , c l e a n , s a fe t i e d , $14,000 and $15,500; 48’ Roadmaster flat deck tridem, good cond., good bale trailer, $5,500. T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Ltd., call Terry 204-825-7043 or Ken 204-362-0116, Winkler, MB.


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1997 HAMMS 3 axle TC 306-AL tankers, 27,400 L, 4” plumbing, alum. buds, certified. 306-752-4909, Melfort, SK. 1995 MIDLAND XL 3500 lead, side dump, fresh safety. 1981 Arne’s 28’ end dump. $16,000 each. 306-493-2663, Delisle, SK. TRI-AXLE END DUMP 33’ trailer, 2005, alum. Also equipped for hauling hot asphalt tar, $33,000. Located in Edmonton. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. TRAILERS! TRAILERS! Flatdecks, drop d e c k s , va n s , r e e fe r s , g r a i n , g r ave l . 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. TRI HAUL SELF-UNLOADING BALE MOVERS, various lengths, no hydraulics or winches, side or rear loading, unloads in less than a minute, 300-400 bales/day. Phone 1-800-505-9208, Pilot Butte, SK, COMPONENTS FOR TRAILERS, Build, Repair and Manufacture. Free freight. See “The Book 2011” page 165. DL Parts For Trailers, 1-877-529-2239, STORAGE VANS 26’ single axle, just off highway, $2800. Located in Edmonton, AB. 780-913-0097, 780-922-0169.


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G o ld en W est Tra ile r Sa les & Ren ta ls M o o se Ja w (877) 999-7402 Sa ska to o n (866) 278-2636 STAINLESS STEEL INSULATED Super B tanker, 1991, 33,000 litre unit, safetied, $31,500. 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. 2009 UTILITY TRAILER, 7x14, full ramp, wood deck, tandem axle w/suspension spring, like new. $4600. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. 2007 TRAILTECH Gooseneck 30’ w/beavertail/ramps, 3-8000 lb axles, pop up ctr., $7000 OBO. 306-232-4768, Rosthern, SK.

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2002 36’ RAMP 2-car fifth wheel trailer, Warner winch 8000 lbs., 2- 7000 lb. torque flight axles with new tires, alum. pull out ramps, two toolboxes with car tie-downs, offers. Call 403-860-3244, Calgary, AB.

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D.L#909069 SALE ON NOW! Call Automan STEPDECKS, 48’, TANDEM, air ride, alum. TRAILER Tr a i l e r s 1 8 0 0 - 2 5 2 - 0 8 4 0 . We b s i t e steel combos, $16,000 OBO. Phone: 306-221-6361, Saskatoon, SK. 1997 DOEPKER MACHINERY TRAILER, PRECISION AND AGASSIZ TRAILERS 48’, double drop, tandem, pullout alum. gooseneck and bumper hitch, flatdecks, ext., hyd. Beavertail and winch, 22.5 enclosed cargo, utility, car haulers, ATV budds, $26,000; TRAILTECH pintle hitch and snowmobile. Ivan White Trailer Sales, combine/ sprayer trailer, pullout ext., 17.5 North Battleford, SK, 306-445-5242. Daytons, air brakes, $12,000. 306-969-2110, Minton, SK.


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2007 LANDOLL 630B MACHINERY TRAILER, exc. cond., low mileage, hyd. tail and winch, 17.5 tires, near new tires, brake drums- 75%, double key hole chain slots, upper deck 15,000 lbs., Worm gear winch, drive-up front air ramp, $43,500. Rare to find trailer! Can deliver. Ph 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. Email Website Call for a quote STAINLESS STEEL TANDEM insulated Andres specializes in the sales, tanker, 25,000 litres, $15,500, safetied. 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. service and rental of agricultural and commercial trailers. 1998 WILLTEN PINTLE hitch sprayer trailer, 2-10,000 lbs., Handler III chem hanFina nc ing Is Ava ila ble! dler, 2” plumb, Also 8’x8’ deck with King pin to be mounted on semi 5th wheel plate Ca ll Us Toda y! for water tank, $8,200 OBO. St. Brieux, SK, Toll Free 1-888-834-8592 - Lethbridge, AB 306-275-3113, 306-921-9654. Toll Free 1-888-955-3636 - Nisku, AB 1971 BRENNER stainless steel tanker, great shape, spring ride, 5700 gal. Phone PRECISION TRAILERS: Gooseneck and 204-673-2382, Melita, MB. bumper hitch. You’ve seen the rest now o w n t h e b e s t . H o f f a r t S e r v i c e s , SELF-UNLOADING HAY TRAILER, 53’ tri-axle, rare lo-profile flatbed, hauls small 306-957-2033, or big squares or rounds. Also 2003 PeterBEFORE YOU BUY A TRAILER, CHECK bilt 379S daycab. $90,000 for both or may OUT OUR PRICES! Large selection of sell separately. 403-397-8197, Bowden, AB high quality, used trailers. Priced to sell! 28’ TD210 flatdeck, 2-10,000 lb. axles, 24’ GOOSENECK TRI-AXLE, 21,000 lbs., beavertail and ramps, just $12,500. Call us $6490. Bumper pull tandem equipment: today at Flaman Trailers, Saskatoon, SK., 18’, 14,000 lbs., $3975; 16’, 10,000 lbs., $3090; 16’, 7000 lbs., $2650. Factory di306-934-2121. rect. 1-888-792-6283. KNIGHT 16 WHEELER, 10 wide, Beavertails safetied, vg cond., $35,000. 306-275-2007 Kiefer Stock Horse Trailers St. Brieux, SK.

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2009 FELLING PRECAST concrete trailer, air ride, 53’ stepdeck, lo-profile wheels. BRI-MAR DUMP TRAILER, year 2009, Would make ultimate sprayer trailer. hyd. dump, 5x10 box, tandem axle, like Priced to sell. 306-621-0425, Yorkton, SK. n e w. $ 3 9 0 0 . Tr a d e s w a n t e d . 1994 DOEPKER DOUBLE drop equipment 1-800-667-4515. trailer, hydraulic beaver tail, aluminum 1979 TRANSCRAFT 53’, double drop trailslideouts, 22.5 wheels, $34,000. St. Louis, er, beavertails, extends to 14’, great for SK. Phone 306-423-5983. combines and sprayers, $19,500. 306-476-2501, Rockglen, SK. 50 TON MURRAY scissor neck lowboy, 9’6”x25’ working deck, center roll, fixed DOUBLE DROP DETACHABLE neck, end roll, plumbed for booster, like new both tandem and tridem $15,000-$30,000. condition, weight approximately 10.5 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. metric tonnes. $49,500 OBO. 1998 HEAVY EQUIPMENT/ sprayer 780-674-1893, Mayerthorpe, AB. trailer, pintle hitch, 235/85R16 tires, 1996 TRAILTECH DOUBLE combine trail- electric brakes, removable side sprayer er, 53’, pull out to 12’ quad axle, fourth carriers, $7000. 306-547-3353, Sturgis, SK axle air ride that can lockup, haul combines, tractors, sprayer or whatever, safe- 1999 DOEPKER aluminum Super B grain, tied, 235/75-17.5 rubber, $22,000; 1999 $38,500; 48’ flatdeck tridem, $8500; 1998 Maurer single header trailer, tricycle Talbert 48’ stepdeck, $15,000. All trailers style with tandem axle Torflex axles, hauls Sask certified. 306-567-7262, Davidson, up to 40’ headers, $6500. 306-873-4261 SK. DL #312974. Tisdale, SK. 1995 BEE LINE tri-axle log trailer, 12x22.5 TRI-AXLE DOUBLE DROP, hyd. de- tires, T-1 stakes, good shape; Also 1978 tachable, air ride, 50 ton, exc., $32,000. Arnies tri-axle log trailer, 12x22.5 tires, good shape; Also log bunks for sale. Phone 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 306-468-7909, Canwood, SK. GOOD TRAILERS, REASONABLY priced. Tandem axle, gooseneck, 8-1/2x24’, Bea- STEPDECKS: NEW TRIDEM machinery vertail and ramps, 14,000 GVW, $6900; or trailers; also 53’ and 48’ tridem; 2003 and triple axle, $7900. All trailers custom built 1998 48’ tandem combo air rides; Tandem from 2000 to 20,000 lbs., DOT approved. 9’ wide low-boy recond., certified; 53’, 48’ Call Dumonceau Trailers, 306-796-2006, and 45’ tridem and tandem high boys; also Super B and B-train hi-boys, B-train w/4 Central Butte, SK. 1200 gal. water tanks; Single and tandem 2007 GRAVHAUL belly dump tri axle, air axle converter w/drop hitch; 53’-28’ van ride, tarp, exc. cond., $41,500 OBO. Phone trailers, some with side doors. Dodsland, 403-394-4401, Coalhurst, AB. SK. phone 306-356-4550, DL #905231. 1994 SPRAYER TRAILER, Dutch Industries, tandem axle, 8 wheel, electric brakes WAYNE’S TRAILER REPAIR. Specializing nice shape, $5900. Phone 1-800-667-4515 in aluminum livestock trailer repair. Blaine Lake, SK, 306-497-2767. SGI accredited.

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2007 F350 SUPER DUTY, crewcab, Lariat, good cond., through shop, good rubber, windshield, $20,000 + GST. Call Neil 306-231-8300, Humboldt, SK. DL 906884. 2008 FORD FX4 F350 4x4, leather, sunroof, loaded, 100,000 kms, $28,000. Phone 306-446-2370, North Battleford, SK.

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2008 Ford F-350SD King Ranch, Diesel Dually Crew Cab 4x4 L.B., 49,083 KMS, Stk #104349..........$46,990 2008 GMC Sierra 2500HD SLT , Diesel Crew Cab 4x4 S.B., 92,733 KMS, Fully Loaded, Stk #104097.........$41,990 2008 Ford F-350SD King Ranch, Diesel Crew Cab 4x4 S.B., 96,224 KMS, Fully Loaded, Stk #103661.........$38,900 2008 Ford F-250SD FX4, Diesel Super Cab 4x4 S.B., 56,688 KMS, Fully Loaded, Stk #104012.........$33,980 2003 Dodge Ram 2500HD SLT , Diesel Quad Cab 4x4 S.B., 164,491 KMS, Fully Equipped, Stk#102887.......$21,988 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Crew Cab 4X4 S.B. 29,381Kms Well Equipped, Stk #100830...............................$32,900 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 HD SLT , Quad Cab 4x4 S.B., 44,122 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104001..............$31,890 2008 Ford F-150 Lariat, Super Cab 4x4 S.B., 69,758 KMS, Fully Loaded, Stk #104011.........$26,890 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Z71, Extended Cab 4X4 S.B., 57,136 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104100. . . . . .$24,900 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS, Crew Cab 4x4 S.B., 76,407 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104096. . . . . .$22,988 2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, Adrenalin 4x4, 24,741 KMS, Fully Loaded, Stk #104249.........$34,800 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 LT , 4X4, 71,583 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104058. . . . . .$25,988 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT , 4X4, 46,088 KMS, A, T, C, PW, PL, PM, Well Equipped, Stk #101662. . . . . .$19,998

2006 DODGE 2500, 5.9 Cummins, 4x4, 4 dr., shortbox, 215,000 kms, new engine and trans, $21,000; 2006 Chev Duramax, crewcab, 4x4, shortbox, just through shop, $20,000; 2003 Chev Duramax ext. cab, 4x4, shortbox, immaculate cond., $16,000; 2003 GMC Duramax ext. cab, 4x4 shortbox, $12,995. All trucks have been through shop. All trucks are sold with warranty. All trucks have had injectors, EGR cooler and valves checked. Call Neil 306-231-8300, Humboldt, SK. DL 906884. 2006 GMC 1500 HD crewcab, loaded, no leather, Reece rails for fifth wheel camper, trailer brakes, chrome package, excellent s h ap e , 1 2 0 , 0 0 0 k m s , $ 1 9 , 0 0 0 O B O. 306-736-8077, Glenavon, SK.

1988 F350, 7.3L dsl., std., 4x4, reg. cab, dually, flatdeck w/removable Deweze, 270 slide, w/wo bale handler, 70,327 kms, $6500 or will trade for cows. Phone 306-726-7455, Southey, SK. 1993 GMC 3/4 ton truck, 6.2 diesel eng., ext. cab. Looking to either buy a replacement motor for or sell truck. Mechanically sound and good body. Call 306-662-3498, Maple Creek, SK. 1994 DODGE PICKUP, V6 auto., shortbox, white, decent truck, $1700. 204-773-3581, Russell, MB.

2010 DODGE RAM 2500, TRX crewcab, 4 WD, silver, loaded, ext. warranty, 16,860 kms. 306-883-2877, Spiritwood, SK CHEAP 2007 CHEV, reg. cab, longbox, 2 WD, V8, good on gas, low kms. Phone 306-654-7772, Prud’homme, SK.

1996 FREIGHTLINER single axle tractor, 3126 Cat diesel, auto., air ride, no rust, 125,000 miles, only $16,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 1996 GMC TOPKICK tandem, 275 Cat, 6 spd. Allison auto, 20’ Unibody, B&H, 80,000 kms, exc. cond. 204-227-8599 or 204-227-0639, Dugald, MB. 1999 FREIGHTLINER, New 20’ BH&T; 1998 Ford S/A, new 16’ BH&T; 1999 IHC T/A daycab tractor. ZMP 306-256-7117, Cudworth, SK. 2000 IH 4700 grain truck w/16’ BH&T, Allison auto, dsl., AC, premium no rust truck, mechanical disc brakes, only $29,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 2001 FREIGHTLINER FL112 tandem, 410 HP Cat, 9 spd., air ride, new 20’ ultracel box pkg. low miles, Sask safety, price only $52,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK 2001 VOLVO TRACTOR, 475 HP Volvo, 10 spd., 12+40’s, A/T/C, alum. wheels, chrome stack, alum. tanks, $21,500; 2003 Western Star, 500 HP Det., 13 spd., A/T/C, Jakes, PW, alum. wheels, alum. tanks, chrome stacks, chrome bumper, $51,500; 1991 Kenworth, 450 Cummins, 15 spd., 19’ BH&T, rear control, exc. rubber, $31,500; 1999 Peterbilt 379, C12 Cat, w/new inframe, rebuilt eng., 15 spd., A/T/C, alum. wheels, Cdn. Classic int, new 20’ BH&T, rear controls, certified, $46,500; 2004 Freightliner FLD120 Classic, 435 HP Detroit, 10 spd Eaton Fuller AutoShift trans., A/T/C, 20’ BH&T, rear controls, SK s a fe t i e d , $ 5 4 , 5 0 0 ; 2 0 0 3 I n t . 9 2 0 0 , N14 450 HP Cummins, 13 spd., 12+40’s, 20’ BH&T, rear control, A/T/C, SK safetied, $49,500. All trucks safetied. Trades accepted. 306-276-7518, 306-862-1575, 306-767-2616, Arborfield, SK. #906768.

1996 FORD 3/4 TON F250, 7.3L diesel., 4 WD, good condition, $6500 plus GST firm. 306-542-7684, Kamsack, SK. 2005 AVALANCHE Z71 4 WD, fully ldd, cloth interior, 89 kms, AB reg’d, rebuilt, $12,900. 780-465-1025, Edmonton, AB. 2005 DODGE LARAMI SLT, 170,000 kms, 1 owner, 5.9 diesel auto. Phone evenings 306-547-2792, Hazel Dell, SK. 2005 EQUINOX LT, AWD, sunroof, tow package plus hitch, grey/ light titanium. 2002 FREIGHTLINER FL70 Cat diesel, Ph 306-443-2302, Alida, SK. Allison auto., 16’ Ultracel package, very 2005 GMC DURAMAX SLE, diesel, 4x4, clean California truck, only $36,500. 1 3 9 , 0 0 0 k m s , a s k i n g $ 2 4 , 9 0 0 . 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 306-752-3550, Melfort, SK. 2003 FREIGHTLINER FL70 single axle SEMPLE HAULING MUST SELL due to C&C, Cat, AutoShift, 225M, no rust, premihealth problems. 2010 Dodge 3500 4x4, u m C a l i fo r n i a u n i t , o n l y $ 1 9 , 5 0 0 . 6850 kms; 30’ gooseneck triaxle trailer 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. with 9000 lb. winch. Bill Semple, Craven, 2003 IHC 7500, HT 530, 13 spd., air ride, SK. 306-775-2857, cell: 306-535-8034. 400,000 kms, new CIM, BH&T, fresh Sask. WANTED: BLACK OR white 2002 to 2006 s a fe t y, $ 5 4 , 9 0 0 . C a m D o n M o t o r s , low km GMC ext. cab 2500 4x4, w/373 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. gear ratio and 6 litre gas. 306-961-3911, 2004 KENWORTH T800, grain box and Prince Albert, SK. hoist, 10 spd. AutoShift. Phone 204-673-2382, Melita, MB.


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2005 International 9200i “Eagle” Grain Truck, Cummins ISX 450 HP, Eaton 10 speed Ultrashift transmission, 3.58 axle ratio, New CANCADE 20X64” grain box, hoist, Michel’s select tarp, fleet maintained southern truck, excellent condition. Available with Silver-Grey, Red, Dark Green and Blue boxes

2008 GM 2500 HD reg. cab, 8’ box, 4WD, 90,000 kms, AB registered, rebuilt, good cond. Will consider partial trade. $18,900 OBO. 780-465-1025, Edmonton, AB.

1994 PETE 377, Detroit Series 60 475 HP, 13 spd., 20’ Cancade B&H, twin stacks, safetied, clean, $35,500. 204-529-2595, 204-523-6660, Cartwright, MB.

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R O S E TO W N TO H E R E , never used, $55,000 Silverado crewcab, sunroof, leather, loaded, pearl w/ chrome $45,000+gst. 403-977-1624 or 403-528-7069 306-382-1241, Saskatoon, SK. WHOLESALE PRICE! 2009 Ford 250, low k m s , 6 . 4 L d s l . , 4 d r. , 4 x 4 . P h o n e 306-654-7772, Prud’homme, SK. 1978 INTERNATIONAL 1700, S/A, 466, 5&2 trans., Unverferth 375, hopper box, tarp, wet kit, good tires, $6,000 OBO. 306-275-3113, St. Brieux, SK 2001 GMC 4x4 ext. cab, loaded, A/T/C, power seats, 136,000 kms., exc. cond. 1979 GMC 7000, 16’ CIM box, tarp, 427 $ 1 4 , 9 0 0 . S e r i o u s e n q u i r i e s o n l y. V8 HD 5&2 trans., 10.00x20, air brakes, $8500. Ph. 780-753-6969, Hayter, AB. 306-228-4556 eves., Unity, SK. 2003 CHEV SILVERADO LT Duramax, load- 1982 GMC 70 Series tandem, 427 engine, ed, leather, 234,000 kms, 5th wheel, exc., 5&4 trans., 8-1/2x20’ B&H, $16,500. 306-465-2658, Yellow Grass, SK. $13,800. 306-475-2547, Spring Valley, SK. 2003 F150 4x4 SuperCrew XLT, 5.4 Tri- 1983 FORD F700 Grain truck, 39,000 kms, ton, 240,000 kms, white w/matching cap, 1 5 ’ B & H , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , $ 1 3 , 0 0 0 . exc. shape, reliable winter truck, Michelin 306-591-3134, Findlater, SK. tires- 50%, $14,500. Ph 306-335-2280, 1984 MACK TANDEM grain truck, 20’ B&H, Lemberg, SK. new trans and clutch, good condition, 2003 FORD F350 Lariat crewcab dually, $22,000. 403-552-3753, Kirriemuir, AB. diesel $15,500; 2005 Ford F350 XL crew- 1986 FL120 tandem, 20’ BH&T, 13 spd., cab, diesel, $14,500; 2005 Ford F150 blown Cat engine, $9500. 306-793-2897, Lariat extended cab, $15,000; 2006 Ford evenings, Stockholm, SK. F350 XLT extended cab, diesel $17,000; 2006 Ford F150 XTR crewcab $17,500; 1986 GMC GENERAL, 20’ Ultracel B&H, 2006 Chevy 2500 HD crewcab, diesel roll tarp, 8V 92 Detroit dsl., 15 spd. trans., new steering tires. Looks good. $8000 on $20,500. 204-683-2277, St. Lazare, MB. order on motor, $25,000 OBO. 2004 F-250 SUPER DUTY supercab long- work box. 6.8 L, V-10 gas, 6 spd. std., new 306-739-2302 eves., Wawota, SK. Reese rails and gooseneck ball, A/T/C, 1989 WHITE GMC truck, tandem axle, few dents, extra spare, 162,000 kms. long wheelbase, 325 HP Cummins, 8 $9,900. Call Joe 306-764-7141, Prince Al- spd., low kms, good cond., $8000 OBO. Can provide 22’ grain B&H and AB safety. bert, SK. Call 780-829-2123, Hondo, AB. 2005 FORD 1/2 TON, 4x4, 5.4 engine, 166,000 kms, extend-a-cab shortbox, 2010 NEW 20’ grain box with roll tarp, $10,500 OBO. 306-946-8875, Simpson, SK. $12,500 OBO. 306-382-1241 Saskatoon SK

2005 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA, Detroit 430 HP, 10 spd. Autoshift, $62,500; 2004 IH 9400, Cummins ISX 435 HP, 10 spd. Autoshift, $57,500; 2004 Pete 378, Cat 475 HP, 10 spd. Autoshift, $62,500; 2004 Kenworth T300, Cummins 315 HP, 10 spd., $49,500. All above complete w/new 20’ Cancade grain boxes. Ph 306-567-7262, Davidson, SK. DL #312974. 2006 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA, 830,000 kms, C15, 475 HP, new cancade grain box, elec . tarp, full pintle hitch, loaded, $74,900. 306-794-4765 or 306-730-7301, Grayson, SK. 2006 IH 9400, C13 Cat, Eaton AutoShift w/clutch pedal w/new 20’ BHT, low kms, w/warranty; 2000 IH 4900, 275 HP, 10 s p d . , AC , n ew 2 0 ’ B H & T, l o w k m s ; 306-356-4550, Dodsland, SK. DL #905231,

AUTOSHIFT GRAIN TRUCKS: 2002 to 2006, 20’ Cancade B&H, starting at $49,500. Contact David 306-887-2094, 306-887-4504, 306-864-7055, Kinistino, SK, DL #316588. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL MFG. for grain box pkgs., decks, gravel boxes, HD combination grain and silage boxes, pup trailers, frame alterations, custom paint, complete service. Visit our plant at Humboldt, SK or call 306-682-2505 for prices. GRAIN TRUCKS, 2 years full powertrain warranty included in all trucks 2002 and newer. 2007 Volvo, 10 spd. Eaton 3-pedal Au t o S h i f t , 3 8 5 Vo l v o e n g i n e , n e w 20’x102”x64” box w/head lift hoist, low kms, immaculate, $65,000; 2005 Volvo, 430 Detroit, 10 spd. Eaton Fuller AutoShift, new 20’ B&H, $57,500; 2004 Freightliner FLD120, 450 Mercedes, 13 spd., safetied, and very clean, $49,900. Contact T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Sales Ltd. Terry 204-825-7043, Ken 204-362-0116. Winkler, MB. MIRO’S TRUCK SALES, Saskatoon, SK. 2002 Peterbilt 379; 2002 9200 Series, B&H; 1999 Peterbilt, BH&T; 1999 Freightliner 120, BH&T; 1995 Pete 379L, 48” flat top; 2000 Freightliner daycab; Used 5th wheels. More trucks avail. 306-933-1282. REMOTE CONTROL ENDGATES and hoist. Precision FM control. Phone Brehon Agrisystems 306-933-2655, Saskatoon, SK. TANDEM TRUCK AND PUP COMBO, 1996 FL120 Freightliner, 20’ Cancade BH&T, alum. budds, 340-370 HP, 10 spd., tandem pup 16’ Cancade, BH&T, full hyd. pkg., side augers on both, $60,000. 2006 Castleton trailer 36’, pintle hitch on back, alum. budds, $27,000. Tandem converter d o l l y, $ 6 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 4 8 3 - 8 5 6 3 o r 306-486-4407, Frobisher, SK. WANTED: 16’ GRAIN box w/wo hoist and tarp. in good shape. Call Merv, Arborfield, SK. at 306-767-2616 or 306-276-7518.



WARRANTY! 2003 Freightliner Columbia, 475 HP, new 20’ B&H, exc., full powertrain warranty, $44,444.44 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK.

2003 WESTERN STAR, 500 HP Detroit, 13 spd., 3.70 rears, 90% rubber, loaded, new safety, near new engine and bunk heaters, rebuilt engine, ECM turbo, clutch, rad, all service records, asking $31,000. Swan Lake, MB, 204-836-2198, 204-526-5499.

1996 IHC 9200 daycab, $11,000 OBO. Ph. 306-793-2897 evenings, Stockholm, SK.

2004 9400i 475 ISX, 12 spd. Meritor, mid roof, 3.73 rears, clean truck, certified, $19,900. 306-752-4909, Melfort, SK.


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2005 FREIGHTLINER FLD120SD daycab, 515 Detroit, 18 spd., Super 40 rears w/locks, fresh SK. safety, $31,000. 2005 Freightliner Columbia daycab, 515 Detroit, 18 spd., Super 40 rears w/locks, fresh SK. safety, $29,000. 306-325-2021, Lintlaw, SK. DL #304675. 2005 IHC 9200i Eagle, 425HP Cummins ISM, 10 spd. Eaton Ultrashift, 4-way lockers, new batteries, alt. and starter new last year, 90% rubber, 10” alum. wheels, 70’ bunk. Prairie truck. 443,000 kms, $31,000. Call 306-270-6399 Saskatoon SK. 2005 KENWORTH W900, sleeper truck, 1.23 million kms, Cummins ISX 475 HP, 10 spd., eng. brake, 60” mid-roof sleeper, safetied, mint shape, $40,000 OBO. Must sell. 204-632-5334, 204-981-4291, leave message, Winnipeg, MB.

2005 WESTERN STAR daycab, 515 Detroit, 18 spd., 46 rears, 4-way lockers, 1993 T600 KENWORTH 13 spd, Detroit Se- 14,600 front end, roo bumper, headache ries 60, 36” bunk, great shape, no rust, rack, Beacons, wet kit, 385,000 kms, c/w 2003 38’ Advance tandem grain trail- $75,000. 780-754-2153, Irma, AB. er, no rust. Will separate. 306-344-4725, 306-344-7410 Paradise Hill, SK. 1995 IH 9700 tractor with small integral sleeper, 430 Detroit, 13 spd., 46 rears on air ride, new AB safety, new steer tires, 60% rear tires, new paint. $16,500. 403-638-3934, Sundre, AB.

1980 359 PETERBILT, 400 Cummins, 13 spd., sleeper, excellent shape, $12,000. 306-293-2028, Shaunavon, SK. 1986 PETERBILT CABOVER, 15 spd., 3406 Cat, very good cond., asking $15,000. 306-485-9117, Bellegarde, SK. 1996 KENWORTH W900L, 3406E Cat, 1993 KW W-900 tandem day cab, 475 435 HP, 18 spd., 3.90 rears, white in color Cat, 13 speed, air ride, vg cond., only with 60” flattop bunk, 1,120,000 kms, 22.5 rubber, truck in good shape, $22,500. Mike $22,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 306-575-7778, Carlyle, SK. 1994 and 1995 KENWORTH T600, fresh safety, 13 spd., mid rise bunks, 475 Cat, 1997 IH 9400 daycab, N14, 435 HP Cum$18,500 and $19,000. 306-441-4890, mins, 18 spd. trans, 40,000 rears, new main and rod bearings, tires vg, 950,000 North Battleford, SK. kms, $14,000. 780-208-0199 Hairy Hill, AB 1997 IH, 500 HP Cummins, sleeper, wet 2006 PETE 379, $55,000. 475/550 Cat, 13 kit and hyd. winch, excellent condition. spd., 12 front, 40 rears, heavy drive line, 36” bunk, 490,000 kms. For more info call 306-275-2007, St. Brieux, SK. 403-436-0999, Drumheller, AB.

4-2008 P e te rb ilt 386 d a y c a b , 525 HP Cu m m in s IS X, 18 s p , 12 fron t s u p er40 rea r, 4:10 g ea rs , 22.5” w heels , 168” W B, 3-w a y d iff. lock s , 694,000-773,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $59,000 2007 W e s te rn S ta r 4900FA, 515 HP Detroit, 18 s p , 12 fron ts u p er 40 rea r, 3:91 g ea rs , 4-w a y lock ers , 726,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $54,000 2007 IH 9400I, 500 HP IS X Cu m m in s , 18 s p , 12 fron t46 rea r, 3:91 g ea rs , three w a y d iff. lock s , 72” m id -ris e bu n k , 520,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $49,000 3-2007 V olvo 6 30, 475 HP Cu m m in s IS X, 13 s p , 14.6 fron t46 rea r, 3:91 g ea rs , 3-w a y d iff. lock s , 218” W B, 22.5” w heels , 715,000-775,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $43,000 3-2007 V olvo 6 30, 465 HP Volvo, 13 s p , 12/ 40, 3-w a y d iff. lock s , 3:91 g ea rs , 22.5” w heels , 200” W B, 700,000-800,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,000 15-2006 IH 9200i, 425 HP Cu m m in s IS M , 10 s p a u tos hift, w ith clu tch p ed a l, 3:90 g ea rs , 3-w a y d iff. lock s , 220” W B, 72” con d o bu n k s , 900,000 k m s . $19,900 3-2006 IH 9200i, 425 HP Cu m m in s IS M , 10 s p s ta n d a rd , 3:90 g ea rs , 3-w a y d iff. lock s , 220” W B, 72” con d o bu n k s , 900,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,900 2006 P e te rb ilt 379L, 475 HP Ca tC15, 18 s p , 12/ 40, 3:90 g ea rs , 244” W B, 63” bu n k , 24.5” a lloy w heels , 943,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $49,000 2006 Ford S u p e rd u ty, A m a rillo F-350 d u a lly, 6.0L Dies el, a u to, 4x4, crew ca b, 268,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $18,000 2005 IH 9900I, 475 HP Ca tC15, 13 s p , 12/ 40, 22.5” a lloy w heels , 3:73 g ea rs , 242” W B, 72” m id -ris e bu n k , 1,215,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $24,000 1998 V olvo 420, 370 HP Cu m m in s M 11, 10 s p , 12/ 40, 188” W B . . . . . . . . $8,900 D e c k w ith Roll Top , Cu rta in s id e 26’ lon g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,500 d lr# 0122.

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1997 MACK CH613, 427 eng., 18 spd., 17 bale self loading/unloading deck, air mirrors, deck folds to legal width when empty, 2 yr. old paint on truck, new front tires, deck is 2.5 yrs. old, in great shape, $75,000. 403-896-0064, Clive, AB. 1997 PETERBILT 379, alum. 18’ gravel box, HS, Detriot eng., new rubber, been rolled, $8000. 403-396-2046, Innisfail, AB.

2008 IH PROSTAR PREMIUM, 435 ISX Cummins, 13 spd. AutoShift, 3.55 ratio, only 451,000 kms, 73” sleeper, 11R22.5 tires on alum. rims, 230” WB, nice clean t r u c k , M B s a f e t y, $ 6 3 , 5 0 0 . C a l l 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB, email 2008 PETERBILT MODEL 388, 485 Cat, 1998 IH 8100 tandem tractor, M11 Cum- C-13, 13 spd., 3:73 ratio, sleeper, 500,000 mins, 9 speed, air ride, AC, excellent no kms, $75,000. 204-853-7542, Dugald, MB r u s t t r u c k , s a fe t i e d , o n ly $ 2 1 , 5 0 0 . CHECK OUT WWW.MERVSAUTO.COM 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. check us out at 1998 KENWORTH T800, N14, 13 spd., check us out at with sleeper, exc. condition, new safety. 780-990-8412, Edmonton, AB. DAVIDSON TRUCK & TRACTOR SALES 306-435-3700. To view our inventory go to: 1999 379 PETERBILT C15 Cat motor, 13 spd., well maintained. 306-533-8300, Regina, SK. 2000 378 PETE, white, 18 spd., 435/500 Detroit, 1.8 kms flattop, 42” bunk, $25,000 OBO. 306-594-7410 or 306-548-4765, Stenen, SK. 2000 PETERBILT 379 Cat 475HP, 13 speed, 60” bunk, new mattress, good rubber, alum. rims, approx. 250,000 kms on engine overhaul, 2009 Lode King Prestige Super B grain trailers, lift axles, alum. rims, fresh safety. $93,500 for the set, will separate, unit comes with or without job. Shawn 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB. 2002 IH 9900 Eagle, 565 HP ISX Cummins, white color, 18 spd., 1100x24.5 alum, $32,000. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK. 2002 VOLVO VNL 610, 465 Volvo eng., 18 spd, 3.9 ratio, 220 WB, well maintained $20,500. 306-272-4942, Foam Lake, SK. 2003 FREIGHTLINER 60 series, 500 HP Detroit, 18 spd., 1 mil. kms, w/1994 Merritt tri-axle cattleliner. Both in exc. cond. $ 5 4 , 0 0 0 O B O. 7 8 0 - 3 3 6 - 2 1 4 7 e ve s . 780-679-8935, Viking, AB.

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SPECIALS IN EFFECT Call for Details 2009 Kenworth T660, 62" SLPR, ISX 485 HP, 18 spd, 46's, lockers, 300,000 kms. 2009 Kenworth T370, Grain Truck, PX8 - 300 HP, Allison Auto, 10,000 kms, 20' Grain Box. 2008 Kenworth T800, Ext. day cabs, ISX 485 HP, 18 spd, Super 40's, 600- 700,000 kms. Arriving Soon. 2008 Kenworth T800, Ext. day cabs, ISX 485 HP, 18 spd, Super 40's, 600- 700,000 kms, 20' grain box. Arriving Soon. 2008 Kenworth T800, Ext. Day Cabs, ISX 485 HP, 18 spd., Super 40's, 600- 700,000 kms., 16' gravel box. Arriving Soon. 2006 Kenworth W900B, 72" ACFT C-15 475 HP, 18 spd., 46 rears, lockers, 1,400,000 kms. 2006 Kenworth T800, 62" FT, C-15 475, 18 spd., 40's lockers, 980,000 kms. 2006 Kenworth T800, ISX 475 HP, 18 spd. Autoshift, 939,000 kms., lockers, 20' grain box. 2005 Kenworth T800, Day Cab, ISX 475 HP, 13 spd., 40's, 650,000 kms. 2005 Kenworth T800, Day Cab, ISX 475 HP, 12 spd., Mer Auto, 40's, 675,000 kms. 2003 Kenworth T300 SA, Cab & Chassis, C-7 250 HP, Allison Auto, 195,000 kms, Air Brakes! 2003 Peterbilt 330 TDM, Cab & Chassis, Cat 3126 300 HP, Allison Auto, 350,000 kms, Lockers, Great for Grain or Gravel Box. 3-2000 International 9200 Day Cabs, C-10 330 HP, 10 spd., 14K fronts, 40 rears, 700,000 to 800,000 km's. CALL FOR PRICING AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Saskatoon: 1-800-268-4222 Regina: 1-800-463-9333 Winnipeg: 1-800-850-1411

2008 KENWORTH W900L, 525 ISX Cummins, 18 spd., 46 diff, lockers; 2007 Pete 379L, ISX Cummins 525, 18 spd., 4-way lock and wet kit; 2005 Pete 379’s, 550, 18 spd., 46 and 40 diff., lockers; 2006 9900i, Cat, 46 diff., 18 spd., lockers; 2005 9900i ISX Cummins, 18 spd.; 2004 T800 Kenworth, Cat 500, 18 spd., 46 diff, lockers, roobar; 2004 Freightliner Classic, 500 Detroit, 650,000 kms, 13 spd., mid-rise bunk; 2004 IH 9200, daycab, C12 Cat, 10 spd.; 1993 8100 IH tractor truck w/new DT466 motor; 4900 IH, van body, will BH&T or deck; FL80 S/A van body w/power tailgate or box or deck, Cummins diesel, 10 spd., air ride; Dodsland, SK. 306-356-4550. DL #905231. DAYCAB CONVERSIONS: Peterbilt, Kenworth, Freightliner, IH. Will custom paint and install grain boxes. Call 204-272-8063, or Rivers, MB. FLUID HAULER, Excellent starter unit job opportunity to right individual. 1988 T600 Kenworth, well maintained, new Reman motor, only 2953 operating hrs. Still has existing Cat warranty, qualifies for extended warranty, 4” T&E pump, 18 spd, 40,000 rears, 40” flat top bunk, LED lights, Roo bumper, beacons, Roda Deaco auto air shut down, new radiator and hoses. Can supply repair invoices. Call: 780-842-2400, Wainwright, AB. HEAVY HAULER: 2004 Mack, 460 HP, 18 spd., full lock ups, 14/46, $28,000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. HODGINS HEAVY TRUCK CENTRE: 2005 Kenworth W900L, Cat 475 HP, 13 spd., $46,500; 2005 IH 9900, Cat 475 HP, 18 spd., $29,500; 2004 IH 9900, Cummins 525 HP, 18 spd., $29,500; 1999 Kenworth W900L, Detroit 500 HP, 13 spd., $25,500; 1999 IH 9900, Detroit 470 HP, 13 spd., $18,500; 2001 Freightliner FLD120, Cat 475 HP, 18 spd., 46 rears, wet line, $21,500. Daycabs: 2004 Peterbilt 378, Cat 475 HP, 10 spd. Autoshift, $39,500; 2004 Kenworth T300, Cummins 315 HP, 10 spd., $32,500; 2000 Freightliner FL106, Detroit 315 HP, 10 spd., $13,500. 306-567-7262, Davidson, SK. DL #312974. PETERBILT 379L FLAT top. C-15 Cat, 3:90 ratio, super 40’s, 3 way lockers, 24.5 rubber at 80%, 7” pipes, lots of lights and chrome both in and out. $48,000. 403-634-1373, Enchant, AB. REPOSSESSIONS/LIQUIDATIONS. Leasing/financing available. 306-242-2508 Saskatoon SK THREE SEMI TRUCKS: 2 Macks and 1 International. Will have current safety. 701-339-2323, Roblin, MB.

2001 IHC 9900 L self loading bale truck w/425 HP ISM Cummins, 10 spd. AutoShift, air-ride; 2007 Tri-Axle trailer. Both w/Goldenview 17 deck. Asking $105,000 OBO. Will sell trailer separate from truck. Phone 403-578-8184, Coronation, AB. 12 BALE SELF LOADING and unloading bale deck on 1984 GMC Brigadier, Detroit engine, 15 spd., not safetied. Phone 204-234-5368, Elphinstone, MB.

CUSTOM POLLINATION SERVICE established pollinator looking for alfalfa fields to custom pollinate in Alberta. Also looking to purchase Leafcutter bees and equipment. 403-654-5935, Enchant, AB

INCUBATION TRAYS, approx. 645 w/wo racks; 1700 3-3/4” used beaver nests; 4000 steel corners; 1800 wood backs for either 3” or 3-3/4” nests; 225 steel framed Kushnirak huts; 20’x30’ bee incubator to be TWO 1990 VOLVO’s Series 60 Detroit m o v e d . S t e v e 3 0 6 - 7 6 9 - 8 3 1 3 o r trucks with identical NH manure spread- 306-768-7510, Arborfield, SK. ers, 425 bu., heavy top beaters, always WANTED: 400- 500 gallons of Leafcutter well maintained. Very straight trucks. Have bees. Must originate from Chalk brood free next to new mud tires, awesome on fuel. area. Call 204-444-3002 or 204-471-0199, Great business opportunity, $25,000 Oakbank, MB. each. Will separate. For more info call 306-739-2302, Wawota, SK. 1990 GMC ONE ton, 1200 LB. HYD. LIFT GATE, 233,000 kms, always garaged, reman. 7.4L V8- Oct./10, SGI inspection certificate Jan. 11/2011, $11,999 OBO. Ideal BEE BOX BUILDERS #1 Western White Pine 1”x10” in large or small quantities. for farm. 306-563-5788, Canora, SK. Genesis Timber Inc, Revelstoke, BC. Ph. 2004 IHC 7500, C&C, HT 530, 10 spd., AC. 250-837-5454. Will take 20’ B&H. Used 24’ van body avail. 360,000 kms, SK safety $29,900. Cam Don Motors, 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. MAN-LIFT BUCKET TRUCK, 45’ reach, on FL80 single axle dsl., $18,000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 2007 IH CF600, diesel, auto., A/T/C, 20’ deck, elec/hyd. tailgate. 306-621-0425, Yorkton, SK. 1994 IH TANDEM fuel truck, 9200 Cat 15 spd., air ride, w/Advance 5 compartment 17,500 L, LC meter, Blackmere pump, printer $39,500. 306-752-4909 Melfort SK.

USED BELTING, 12” to 84” wide for feeders and conveyors, lots of 30” 1-1/8” thick for lowbeds in stock. Ph Dave, Wainwright, AB, 780-842-2491 eves/weekends. NEW SHIPMENT OF used belting, various lengths and widths to 70” wide. 306-933-9877. Saskatoon, SK.

SURPLUS GOVERNMENT TRUCKS and equipment. 3/4 ton-5 ton, cab and chassis, service trucks, bucket trucks, etc. ARE and Range Rider canopies and service caps. Saskatoon, SK., 306-668-2020 DL#90871. 1995 GMC TOPKICK with 2000 Harsh 575 FOUNDATION REPAIRS: structural, crack c o m p l e t e , 9 7 , 7 7 0 k m s . , $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 . and concrete repairs, waterproofing. Sas403-684-3540, Brant, AB. katoon, SK, 306-249-1100, 306-230-9690.

MACK SERVICE TRUCK, 141,642 kms, year 2002, heavy duty, like new condition. PINE AND POPLAR: 1” and 2” V-joint, ship$19,900. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. lap, log siding, etc. Phone: 306-862-5088, Nipawin, SK. ROUGH LUMBER: 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 1” boards, windbreak slabs, bull rails, 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, 10x10, all in stock. Custom sizes on order. Log siding, cove siding, lap siding, shiplap, 1” and 2” tongue and groove. V&R Sawing, 306-232-5488, Rosthern, SK. MANITOBA RAISED QUEENS available QUALITY HARDWOOD lumber, quarter TRUCKS, TRUCKS! AUTOMATICS, Box through out 2011 summer, plus approx. cut Oak, Elm, Black Walnut, Hickory, Edge and hoists, day cabs, tractors, gravel. 5 0 0 s t ro n g n u c s with good laying Grain Fir. Limited quantity, priced to clear. queens. Call Andy Loewen 204-326-1500, 511-3rd St. Davidson, SK. 403-318-7589 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 204-392-3223 cell, Steinbach, MB. (AB cell.) PACKAGE BEES and queens available from Australia. March, April and May de- CEDAR AND PINE LOG SIDING, 6” and l i v e r y t h r o u g h o u t C a n a d a . C a l l : 8” wide. Log home and cabin packages. 306-534-2014(B), 306-534-4462(H), Spy Wood flooring. 1-800-960-3388, Rouck Bros., Lumby, BC. View: Hill, SK. website:

WWW.REPOBC.COM Home of Elite Bailiff Services Ltd. TWO 2006 Freightliner Columbia C-15 Cat, 475 HP, 13 spd., 860,000 - 980,000 kms, 70” mid-roof, new rear rubber, very clean trucks, can be day-cabbed, Sask. safety, price $39,900. 306-522-4901 or 306-730-7300, Grayson, SK. TWO 2007 LODE-KING Super B’s, Prestige, no fertilizer. Phone 306-960-2950, Prince Albert, SK. WANTED: SHORT NOSE PETERBILT w/36” sleeper, single turbo. Brandon, MB. Phone 204-729-7297. WE CAN NOW give 2 yr. or 350,000 km full powertrain warranty on any truck 2001 or newer!!! 2008 Pete 387 daycab, Cummins 475 HP, 18 spd., 12 and Super 40’s, lockers, $65,500; 2008 379L only 380,000 kms, 18 spd., 3-way lockers, 475 Cat still under warranty, call. 2006 Pete 379, 475 Cummins ISX, 18 spd., 12/46’s lockers, 22.5 rubber, 48” bunk, $52,500; 2006 Pete 379, 475 Cummins 13 spd., 12/40’s w/lockers, Cdn. class w/all leather, extra lights, all alum. 22.5 at 75%, $48,500; 2005 Freightliner daycab 10 spd. Eaton Fuller auto, 430 Detroit, 750,000 kms, $35,000; 2005 379 Pete 119, 500 HP Cummins ISX, 13 spd., 12/40’s, 780,000 kms, $39,500; 2004 Pete 379L, 475 ISX engine, 48” flat top bunk, 18 spd., 12/Super 40’s w/lockers, 270” WB, $42,500; 2002 Pete 379, 475 ISX, new 22.5 rubber, Can. Class interior/leather, 13 spd., safetied, $32,500; 1999 IH 9200, 475 Cat, just rebuilt, 13 spd., $15,500. T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Ltd., Terry 204-825-7043, Ken 204-362-0116, Winkler, MB.

2007 IH 5900i Eagle, 10,000 kms, 20,000 lb. front, 46,000 rears, ISX, 18 spd., setup w/Hutchinson TC406 crude/water tank, 16,000L.306-445-5602 North Battleford SK COURTNEY BERG ROUND BALE HANDLER HYDRA-DECS. Sold and installed. Hydra-dec mounted Eze feeder in stock now. Centennial Garage, 403-378-4331, Duchess, AB, email 1998 IHC 1800, 466 dsl., auto, S/A, runs good, w/502 Harsh mixer, mixer needs some work, $15,000 or trade for livestock, feed or ? Located near Saskatoon, SK. Ph. 403-932-4230. 1989 V0LVO TRUCK with Williams 12” drilling rig. Call Sterling 306-539-4642 or 306-781-8181 leave message, Regina, SK. DUMPTRUCKS: 2005 Peterbilt, 2005 International, 2007 Mack (automatic). Fresh SK safety. Call, text or email for details., 306-536-5055. 2008 IHC CF600 GARBAGE TRUCK, dsl., auto trans., A/T/C, low kms. Trades? 306-621-0425, Yorkton, SK.

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2007 Peterbilt 379 Legacy Class (35585)

2008 Setra S417 Charter Bus (35595)

2009 Mack Pinnacle CXU613 (35589)

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SAWMILL DIRECT - DOUGLAS fir cut to your specs. Western Red Cedar sidings, decking, many profiles. Genesis Timber Inc, Revelstoke, BC. Phone 250-837-5454.

FARM CHEMICAL/ SEED COMPLAINTS We also specialize in: Crop insurance appeals; Chemical drift; Residual herbicide; Custom operator issues; Equipment malfunction. Qualified Agrologist on staff. Call Back-Track Investigations for assistance regarding compensation, 1-866-882-4779.

CONTINUOUS METAL ROOFING, no exposed screws to leak or metal overlaps. Ideal for lower slope roofs, rinks, churches, pig barns, commercial, arch rib building and residential roofing. For info. call 306-435-8008, Wapella, SK

WILLOW RIDGE STABLES, on 73.3 acres located near Saskatoon, SK. city limits. Visit to view this great business/investment opportuHERITAGE HOME to be moved, 1 1/2 sto- nity. Asking $2,750,000. MLS. Call Earl rey farmhouse, newer upgrades, located in Cooper of Sutton Group at 306-241-7751. Milk River, AB. Call Dennis, 403-642-7272. WELL ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT for HOUSE FOR SALE to be moved. RM 366 lease October 1st, 2011 located in Sandy Kelvington, SK. SE-13-37-11 W2. Built in Lake Hotel. Lease includes self contained 3 1970’s, approx. 1100 sq. ft. 306-327-8106. bdrm suite. For more information, phone Judy 204-585-2600 or 204-585-2129. STEEL BUILDINGS 30x40, 100x100, oth- Website: ers. Discounted before inflation. (Steel Email: shortage looming). Buy Now! 1-800-964-8335, TRAILER PARK in fast growing commuSource #1JQ nity with 10 lots and 9 rental units. Good STEEL BUILDING PACKAGE w/blue- return on investment. 306-921-8496, Melprints, 97’x100’, 18’ walls, $99,000. Can fort, SK. deliver. 780-926-2600, High Level, AB. 40 SITE MOBILE HOME park, includes 4 50’X127’ QUONSET, 16’x27’ sliding door bedroom executive style house, w/heated package. Phone 306-547-2792 evenings, double garage, plus metal storage shed. Park has natural gas, well treed, 40 acres. Hazel Dell, SK. Reduced to $710,000. Monthly income over $10,000. Dryden, ON 807-937-5079. PRIVE BUILDING MOVERS Ltd.! Bonded, licensed for SK. and AB. Fully insured. Moving all types and sizes of buildings. Call Andy 306-625-3827, Ponteix, SK.

CALGARY BASED WIND turbine distributor requires DEALERS in Western Canada, i n c l . Va n c o u v e r I s l a n d . I n f o . a t : Call 403-280-9900.

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WOW! 100’x180’ steel building, modern, big doors, near Yorkton, SK. heated, concrete floor, parking lot, many uses. Will finance. Open to ideas/offers 306-982-4888

SMALL TOWN RESTAURANT/hotel in growing oilfield area for sale. Located in GOVERNMENT GRANTS, LOANS for new southern SK. Financials available to serious and existing farms and businesses. inquiries. MLS 388624. Contact Lyle, 1-800-226-7016 ext. 10. Re/Max Weyburn Realty, 306-848-1000.

160 CFM COMPRESSOR, Sullair, 3 cyl. John Deere engine, nice clean unit, repainted, $4750. Other compressors available. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515.

CANDY VENDING BUSINESS for tender Approximately 1300 machines placed. For an information package write Jim Boyce, Convert any LEGAL LAND DESCRIPTION 230 Egnatoff Cres. Saskatoon SK, S7K 7S2. to GPS co-ordinates and vice versa. Ideal for agriculture service companies and for CORRAL AND FEEDLOT cleaning busi- land procurement projects. Free trial with ness for sale in south central SK, well es- promo code 21065. tablished. Complete line of well main- tained eqpt., extensive clientelle list. Serious inquiries only. Ph. 306-484-4444. 2000 H1100 TUB GRINDER mounted on 1995 KW T800, N14 Cummins (in-frame), 13 spd. Well maintained and records available. Grinder mill is upgraded, $59,500. 403-888-1237, Beiseker, AB. FLOYD’S HARVESTING is selling harvest $3000 CASH EVERY WEEKEND! Laser support equip. and clients from Oklahoma Shot Game, 6x10 screen, 20 plus games, to Sask. 306-640-7560, Fir Mountain, SK. ARE YOU LOOKING for investments that laptop run, projector, free stand tent, guns, etc. $75,000 Value. Asking $30,000. pay 10%? Call 306-978-0384, Quadrexx Asset Mgmt., Saskatoon, SK. 204-734-4658, Whitebeach, SK. MOBILE BOLT AND TOOL farm supply business, truck with van body and all stock included, $65,000. Phone: Jim Olkanych 306-383-2825, Quill Lake, SK. 16.8 ACRES NEAR Olds, AB. 1400 sq. ft. home, 6200 sq. ft. shop/ garage. Business opportunity selling product to florists. Planted perennials, peonies, etc., two acres pussy willows. Ph. 403-556-6009. FOR SALE BY OWNER, diesel repair shop in Vancouver BC area. Building/business. Ph. 778-558-6914. MUST SELL: 27’ RV trailer converted to catering trailer, minimal work to get operational and make money. Call for details and pictures, $14,000. Cash or trade, truck/cattle. Call Wayne 306-554-7970, Wynyard, SK. TIRED OF BEING A SLAVE for your boss? Increase your income in a few hrs/ wk. For more info jcdugalo@sasktelnet EAVESTROUGH MACHINE, tools, ladders, pole scaffolding, inventory and trailer. Including 2005 GMC 3/4 4x4 ext. cab t r u c k . C o n t r a c t s i n c l u d e d , o f fe r s . 306-845-2078, 306-845-7420, Livelong SK WHITEWOOD MEAT MARKET: meat processing business, newly renovated building, fast growing business, retail increasing weekly. Turnkey operation, room for expansion. Great opportunity for a f a m i l y i n a g r e a t c o m m u n i t y. 306-735-4123 days, 306-745-2021 evenings, Whitewood, SK.

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2000 H1100 TUB GRINDER mounted on 1995 KW T800, N14 Cummins (in-frame), 13 spd. Well maintained and records available. Grinder mill is upgraded, $59,500. 403-888-1237, Beiseker, AB.

SHERRITT COAL Poplar River Mine. Sherritt Coal will be receiving bids for one 1981 Cat 518 skidder, S/N 55U00662, 8126 hrs, 4 cyl. diesel, push blade, ROPS, heater, 3 spd. shuttle shift, no rear attachments. Please contact Mark Kupper at 306-267-4248 for more info, Box 599, Coronach, SK. S0H 0Z0. Send sealed, confidential bids, in written form, clearly marked “Skidder Bid” will be received until March 11, 2011 at 4:00 PM. Bids are to include Goods and Services Tax. Highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. COMPLETE/PARTING OUT: 1980 INT. 1954-S, DT 466, good 14’ Neils gravel box with new hoist, 150,000 kms on new dropin motor. 306-945-2270, Waldheim, SK. USED HIGHWAY TRACTORS, storage trailers, 48’ vans. Contact: Denis at 306-668-3509 or 306-371-5214, Saskatoon, SK. TAKE ADVANTAGE of the Canadian high dollar. US prices will rise dramatically soon. For all your heavy equipment needs call 815-239-2309, Pecatonica, IL. 2008 KOMATSU PC220-8, 36” dig bucket, 60” cleanup, engine and hyd. heaters, excellent. 306-961-1170, Domremy, SK. 122 HITACHI EXCAVATOR, great farm hoe, $23,000. 780-307-5948, Rochester, AB. 2008 NH L170 skidsteer, with weights and bucket, 218 hrs., $22,500. 306-747-2826, Shellbrook, SK.

4 T C O N T R A C TO R S I N C . C u s t o m mulching. Will do any kind of work. 306-329-4485, 306-222-8197, Asquith, SK. EXPLOSIVES CONTRACTOR - Beaver dams, rocks, stumps. Reasonable rates. Northwest Demolition, Radisson, SK, 306-827-2269, 306-827-7835. EXCAVATION: DUGOUTS, DRAINAGE ditches. Free estimates and witching for water. 403-728-3823, Innisfail, AB. NEUFELD ENT. CORRAL CLEANING, payloader, Bobcat w/rubber tracks, vertical beater spreaders. Custom fencing. 306-220-5013, 306-232-4838, Hague, SK. BRUSH MULCHING. The fast, effective way to clear land. Four season service, competitive rates, multiple units available. Bucket truck services. Borysiuk Contract- 1974 D7F w/angle dozer, good cond., ing, 306-960-3804, Prince Albert, SK. $35,000; Komatsu D65E angle dozer w/twin tilts, exc. cond., $35,000; Ripper for D7G w/valve for sale. 204-727-0925, Pre m iu m Co n su ltin g 204-726-9414 evenings, Brandon, MB. Se r vice s 2005 HITACHI 330, exc. cond., c/w thumb and 2 buckets. Phone Bo o k n o w fo r yo u r barn an d co rral 780-307-5948, Morinville, AB. clean in g,plu s du go u ts NEW, USED AND SURPLUS wire ropes and rigging, all types, sizes, suitable for 3 06 -4 71-7820 winches, fencing, etc. 403-237-8575, Calgary, AB. SEEDLINER MOBILE SEED CLEANING REBUILT AND USED PARTS for D85E-21 Inc. 250 bu./hr. capacity, gravity table Komatsu angle dozer, complete torque, equipped, clean cereals, pulses and flax. steering clutches, final drives, main hyd. Call 306-529-9536, Francis, SK. c y l i n d e r s , A C , c a b , a n d R O P. SPECIALIZING IN MULCHING! LAND 306-463-7332, Kindersley, SK. CLEARING! TRAILS! STUMPS! No burning, no dozing, no piles, no ripping, no ROAD GRADERS CONVERTED to pull hauling. Turn trees and deadfall into behind large 4 WD tractors, 14’ and 16’ mulch... Save selected trees if desired. The blade widths available. Call C.W. Enterprisenviro-friendly tree reduction company! es, 306-682-3367, 306-231-8358, Hum(SK) 306-933-2950; (AB) 403-969-9348. boldt, SK, UNIVERSAL PRIMARY jaw crusher, size jaw w/vibratory feeder, 6-71 DeTHE ULTIMATE IN BUSH CLEARING 20x36 power, lots of new parts, exc. cond., AND BURNING. Save big dollars, Cat and troit $110,000 Pioneer Jaw Roll plant, oftrackhoe combination or individual, c/w fers; 1989OBO; D5H LGP, 6-way blades, 9000 hugh tree incinerator. Burns old brush hrs., cab and bush equipped, w/new Cat piles, new clearing, very clean, just disc chains and sprockets, exc. cond., $45,000 and seed. Call Les 306-961-4877 or OBO; 1993 JD 693 D feller buncher w/hot 306-763-3533, Prince Albert, SK. saw, good cond., $25,000 OBO; Also other REGULATION DUGOUTS: 120x60x14’ equipment and trucks available. Call for $1800; 160x60x14’ $2600; 180x60x14’ details, days: 204-768-3579, or evenings: $3000; 200x60x14’ $3400; 150x50x15 204-768-2892, Ashern, MB. $1800; 200x50x15’ $2600; 250x50x15’ $3500. Saskatoon, SK, 306-653-3473, 1998 JD 230 LC EXCAVATOR, 2 buckets, rebuilt UC, 11,000 hrs., good condition, 306-222-8054. $50,000 cash. 306-634-7276, Estevan, SK. CAT D7 17A, complete with dozer, $5000 put into engine. Asking $10,000. 780-696-2173, Breton, AB. 15’ ALUMINUM GRAVEL box, at blowout special; 1986 Mack truck tandem, with 15’ frame, mechanic special. 306-445-9867, North Battleford, SK. CAT D7G 92V6479, 200 hrs. on machine since complete rebuild, new engine, torque trans, cross shaft, steering clutches, final drives, new UC, new 24” pads, Cat MS ripper, double tilt on angle blade, new condition. 306-764-3877, 306-960-4651 cell, Prince Albert, SK. WANTED: VOLVO TD 45 4 cylinder engine. Phone 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. AIR COMPRESSORS. Models avail: 185, 375, 450, 600 and 750 Series. Traffic lights and controller assembly; Myers high velocity sewer cleaner, gas, on rubber; Sreco flexible HV 2060 sewer cleaner. Winnipeg, MB. Ph. 204-667-2867. Fax 204-667-2932. REBUILT D8-H 46-A transmission, ready to install, could supply work orders, $5900. Cypress River, MB. Ph. 204-743-2324. 1987 JD 310C backhoe, MFWD, extend-ahoe, new motor, most pins and bushings just done, good condition, runs good. $18,000 OBO. 306-492-2217, Bradwell, SK. NEW UNDERCARRIAGE IN STOCK at low prices, track chains and rollers. CAT D8 HK; CAT D5 955; JD 450; Case 450; CAT D3 931; A/C HD 16-DP-B; many other makes and models. Ph:204-667-2867, fax: 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB.

DEBTS, BILLS AND charge accounts too high? Need to resolve prior to spring? Call us to develop a professional mediation plan, resolution plan or restructuring plan. T R OY S A N D E R S O N H A R V E S T I N G booking seeding acres for 2011 season. Call toll free 1-888-577-2020. E-mail: or PROJECTS. Call A.L. phone Troy at 306-831-9776 or fax TRUCK REPAIR SHOP on acre lot, includes FARM/CORPORATE Group for all your borrowing 306-882-2300, Rosetown, SK. all safetying equipment. Office and ware- Management and lease requirements. 306-790-2020, house incl. 701-339-2323, Roblin, MB. Regina, SK. C AT 9 5 0 W H E E L L O A D E R , a s k i n g $25,000. Call Ernie 204-325-2550 or SLEIGH RIDE BUSINESS FOR SALE in JIMLEE AG SERVICES Claas 900 and CALL MCKENZIE & CO. if you have ques204-829-3486, Plum Coulee, MB. Whistler, BC. 10 horses and all equipment. Work winters and take summers off. Seri- tions about: Incorporation, Farm Trans- 869, RU600 corn head, 18’ conditioners, 1987 743 BOBCAT, new Kubota engine, 60’ swaths, merging, trucks, 12’ and 14’ fers, Family Trusts, Succession and Estate ous inquiries only. Call 604-932-8774. Arrangements, Business Valuations, bagger. Call Doug 306-698-7478, or Jim n e w h y d r a u l i c p u m p , $ 9 5 0 0 . 306-854-2030, Elbow, SK. REGINA, SK- WELL ESTABLISHED lawn AgriInvest and AgriStability. We have an 306-697-7197, Grenfell, SK. and garden sales and service, turn key op- AgExpert Certified Adviser and a Quickeration. Owner retiring. Bob 306-545-6110 Books Certified ProAdvisor on staff to help or email with setup and training needs. Distance not an issue. McKenzie & Co. 202-165, 3rd CUSTOM BALE HAULING, 34 bales on a Ave nu e S. S a s k at o o n , S K . S 7 K 1 L 8 . load. Also bales for sale. Long Lake Truck306-653-5050, ing 306-567-7100, Imperial, SK. PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS for sale. Would make great start-up or to compliment an existing oilfield service CUSTOM TUB GRINDING business for sale. company or small oil/gas producer. 403-952-1711 email: FREE CATALOGUE HALFORD’S butcher 2001 Haybuster 1100E. 306-764-4944 or 1997 L90C VOLVO LOADER, 9094 hrs, supplies and equipment, leather, animal 306-961-2672, Prince Albert, SK. HOUSEBOAT TOUR BOAT BUSINESS control products, tanning, buyers of raw center bushing and pins all done, exc. See web: cattle hides. Call 1-800-353-7864. Web- TAYLOR’S TUB GRINDING, running an cond., winter kept inside, quick attach, H1100 E haybuster. Simpson, SK. Call c/w bucket forks, 3.5 yd bucket, $58,000. Phone 306-353-4603, Riverhurst, SK. site www.halfordsmailorder. com Dean 306-836-4622 or 306-946-8530 cell. Can deliver. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, COMPLETE LINE OF SCREENPRINTING B. equipment, best offer. 306-931-4714, Sas- COOLERS, GLASS FREEZER, Equipment HEY BOSS TUB GRINDING with 2 H1100 M rails etc, single phase power. Will sell as haybusters, Call Don 306-445-9994 or katoon, SK. pkg. only. 306-824-4916, Rabbit Lake, SK. Rob 306-481-4704, North Battleford, SK. 350 JOHN DEERE crawler loader. Phone 40’ MOBILE KITCHEN, fully equipped 306-547-2792 evenings, Hazel Dell, SK. w/pull behind trailer, 16,000 KW genera- BANDSAW BLADES: wood, metal, meat, JIM’S TUB GRINDING, H-1100 Haybuster tor and much more. Ph for details. custom made. Steelmet Supply, Saska- with 400 HP, serving Sask. 306-334-2232, SNOW WING TO fit 140H or 160H. Danny Spence, Speers, SK. 306-246-4632. 306-692-4457, Moose Jaw, SK. Balcarres. toon. 1-800-667-3046.

CONTERRA GRADER for skidsteers and tractors. Excellent for road maintenance, floating and levelling. Conterra manufact u r e s ove r 1 5 0 at t a c h m e n t s . C a l l 1 - 8 7 7 - 9 4 7 - 2 8 8 2 , o r v i ew o n l i n e at 2008 JD CT322, only 290 hrs., very good, $42,900. Cam Don Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC400-LC-5, 1994, 4 yd. bucket; 224 Cat excavator; Euclid R35 water truck; Versatile 800 Series II tractor; 1 Cat 235 quick coupler for buckets; Ext. 72” cleanout bucket, 3.75 yd.; Ext. Ser. 48” digging bucket, 4 tooth, rims and tires for Vers. 800 series II, 18.4x38 in good cond. 306-634-9911, Estevan SK. 2004 CAT 257B skidsteer, new engine, incab quick attach, plumbed and wired for extra attachments, AC and heater, well maintained, very good condition, $25,000 firm. 306-874-7561, Naicam, SK. 1997 JD 550G dozer, 8200 hrs, new UC, 6-way dozer, winch and Imac arch, very clean, $42,000 OBO or trade for grader. 250-365-6360, Castlegar, BC. 2008 NH SUPERBOOM C190 skidsteer, c/w 4 attachments, AC, deluxe cab, hi flow hyds., 2 spd. trans. w/Pilot controls, new set of unused tracks. 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK. 2004 LULL 9000 lb. lift, 44’ reach, tilt carriage, full cab 2900 hrs., $43,300. Machine is located in Dewberry, AB. Other machines also available. Ph. 250-431-8162. 2 0 0 6 V O LV O , E C 2 9 0 L C e x c avat o r, plumbed for hammer and thumb, quick attach 2-1/2 yd. bucket, 5394 hrs., wide pads, no leaks on cylinder or engine, pins and bushings excellent, very clean and very well maintained, $90,000. 2001 D6R Cat w/dozer and ripper, cab, AC, 6900 hrs, $120,000. 204-871-0925, MacGregor, MB. D85 KOMATSU c/w cab and ripper, twin t i l t d o z e r, n e w e n g i n e . P h o n e 780-307-5948, Morinville, AB. TRACK CHAINS for Case 1150D, 1150E, 1155E crawlers; D8H Cat parts. Call 306-675-4884, Kelliher, SK. CAT D9H, S/N #90V05973 w/cab, ripper and angle dozer, $77,500; 1987 10 man camp, 2 side by side, 12x54’ units, $27,000; 125 KW Genset, S/N #4B13394, c/w Cat 3303 eng. $19,500; 2500 gal. heated water shack, $17,500; 2007 NH D 9 5 d o z e r, 1 0 0 H P, l o w h r s . , S / N #N7DC95485, w/6-way dozer and ripper, $69,900. Rod 780-918-1499, Leduc, AB. CAT D5H LGP 6-way dozer, cab, bush ready. Can deliver. Phone 780-307-5948, Westlock, AB.

ADAMS ROAD GRADER, no motor, 14’ mow board, will sell parts; Hyd. pump, LINK BELT LS98 DRAGLINE with Fair- control valve and shop manual for HD 4 AC lead and choice of buckets and drop pile crawler. 306-627-3445, Blumenoff, SK. hammer; Several clam and drag buckets. LINK BELT LS 98 crawler crane, 50’ boom Phone 204-667-2867, fax 204-667-2932, Cat power, long UC, c/w all rigging includWinnipeg, MB. ing 3 yard Sauerman bucket for dredging 1981 CAT D9H, S/N 9887 w/dozer, 4 g r ave l , r e a dy t o g o , $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 O B O. barrel ripper, cab, $55,000; D7 Cat 17A, 204-669-9626, Winnipeg, MB. new UC, with dozer and winch, $12,500; 1978 JD 544B wheel loader, asking D9 Cat brush rake, 14’, $4,000; D9H or $22,500. Call Ernie 204-325-2550 or D9G dozers w/cutting edge, each $6000; 204-829-3486, Plum Coulee, MB. Kello-Bilt disc 14’ offset, $5,500; D7G Cat piler 18’ w/arms, $5,500; 3 bottom brick 27 RAKES FOR CRAWLERS, loaders, and plow, 22”, $5,500; Sandblaster 600 lb. and excavators, from 4 to 16’ wide; 25 pot and shack, $5,000; Kenworth truck, Wrist-O-Twist buckets for excavators; 1962, $3000; Cat D4 with dozer, $4500. Large stock of backhoe and loader buck780-524-2678, Valleyview, AB. ets. Phone 204-667-2867, fax CATERPILLAR D4 CRAWLER, 7U Series, di- 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB. rect start hyd. angle dozer, vg condition, EXCELLENT SELECTION Used skidsteers, $12,000. 204-748-1567, Virden, MB. track loaders, fork lifts, zoom booms, mini 8 YARD SCRAPER, Bron/Reynolds, Mod- excavators. Visit for deel 8CF, direct mount, very good condition, tails, specs and prices. Glenmor, phone 306-764-2325, Prince Albert, SK. $7900. 306-937-3222, Battleford, SK. COMPLETE GRAVEL CRUSHING Plant incl. CAT D7R’s, XR’s; 2001 Cat 160H VHP mo10x36 jaw w/screen deck, 24” cone, dou- tor grader, c/w wing plow; 2005 JD 230 ble deck screener, hyd. feed hopper, gen. CLC excavator c/w hyd. thumb; 2001 JD and conveyors. This equipment has only 44 HTC wheel loader. Call 780-361-7322, 15,000 tonnes put thru since rebuild. Edmonton, AB. $185,000. Ph. 250-431-8162, Creston, BC. WANTED: OLDER SMALLER gravel crushCAT D6B, S/N #44A1134, c/w Barber hyd. er to do smaller jobs. Call 306-675-4884, angle dozer, good shape, $15,000 OBO. Kelliher, SK. 204-669-9626, Winnipeg, MB.


D7H CAT DOZER, 1988, 2000 hrs on eng. torque and trans, 800 hrs on new UC, full cab w/heat, canopy and bush guards, very clean machine, asking $80,000. Contact Todd 204-522-5328, Reston, MB. FIAT ALLIS HD16B CRAWLER, top condition, hydraulic tilt, c/w 1st set of rails. Phone 204-667-2867, fax 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB. ROME PLOW AND KELLO DISC blades and bearings, 24” to 42” notched disc blades. 1-888-500-2646, Red Deer, AB 2- 621B MOTOR SCRAPERS, recent work orders, $60,000 each. 306-534-2095, Spy Hill, SK. TD25B CRAWLER with C series engine, hyd. blade, bush equipped, std. trans, running or parts; also parts TD25, powershift w/good UC 70%; many extra parts. 306-338-3271, Wadena, SK. GOOD USED set of D8-H-46-A rails, 24” extreme service pads, 3” grip, links on rails measure 5”, $6300/set. Cypress River, MB. Phone 204-743-2324. 2009 BOBCAT S250, 125 hrs., $34,000. Phone 306-452-7931, Redvers, SK.


2000 ASV 4810 skidsteer, 105 HP Cat motor, 72” bucket, 2700 hours, tracks 25% b u t s t i l l l o t s o f l i fe l e f t , $ 1 2 , 5 0 0 . 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. D65 KOMATSU, good used 88 pads, 36” wide, fit on rails, 2.5” grip. $2600. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. KORPAN TRACTOR PARTS Most makes, most models. 1-800-667-7777, Saskatoon, SK. LOADERS, BACKHOES, CRAWLERS, manlifts, skidsteers, Zoom boom, heavy trailers. 306-563-8765, Canora, SK CHECK OUT WWW.MERVSAUTO.COM check us out at check us out at 1969 CAT 950 wheel loader, 5000 hrs. on overhaul, 4 yd. bucket, new cutting edge, tires- 50%, good condition, $15,000 OBO. 306-365-7164, Lanigan, SK.



2001 LULL TELESCOPIC, boom lift, vg cond., 85 HP Cummins diesel, 4 WD, 48” forks, 6000 lb. lift capacity, 34’ reach tilt carriage, OROPS, heated cab, powershift, weighs 20,160 lbs., 3,460 hrs, tires 75%, $24,900. Can deliver. Call 204-743-2324, email Cypress River, MB. ATLAS COPCO 712 hyd. drill; CEDAR RAPIDS 20x36 jaw crusher; ELJAY 1213 cone crusher w/tower and genset; BOEING 120 TPH asphalt plant w/laying equip; CAT 980C spade nose loader. 204-376-5194, 204-641-0008, Arborg, MB. JCB 407B LOADER 2 spd. hydrostatic drive, 1 yd., quick attach bucket, 3rd valve, 68 HP Perkins diesel, 2570 engine hrs., $31,500. 306-563-4465, Canora, SK. JD 544B PAYLOADER, approx. 9500 hrs., 2.5 yd. bucket, grapple, cab, heat, exc. cond., $25,000. 306-969-2110, Minton, SK

HYDRAULIC SCRAPERS: LEVER 60, 70, 80, and 435, 4 - 20 yd. available, rebuilt for years of trouble-free service. Lever Enterprises, 306-682-3332, Muenster, SK. NEW LOADER/SKID STEER TIRES 20.5x25 20 ply $1296; 10x16.5 10 ply $177; 12x16.5 12 ply $239; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 20.8x38 12 ply $795; Combine, tractor, implement tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 4 BOBCATS FOR SALE: 3- 2005 Bobcat S150; 2005 Bobcat S220, full cab and heat. Conquest Equip 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. HUGE INVENTORY New and Used Bobcat skidsteers, Kubota tractors and Doosan equipment. Call Bobcat of Saskatoon for details 306-931-7880 or visit our website WRECKING: D8 13A Cat, rails about 90%, pads poor; Also D2 stationary motor for sale. 780-755-2185, Edgerton, AB.

1995 HYDRO AXE 611E, 54” saw, w/side cut, needs rubber; JD 1995 648G grapple skidder, rubber 90%, new chains on rear; PHASE CONVERTERS, RUN 220V 3 phase Selleck Ford forklift, 12000 lb. side shift motors, on single phase. 204-889-1059 or lift, vg cond. For more information call: 204-800-1859, Winnipeg, MB. 204-564-2528, Roblin, MB. FARM AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL D6D, LPG, SWEEPS, tilts, UC- 90%, Cat motor sales, service and parts. Also sale was recently totally rebuilt, used Cat to of, and repairs to, all makes and sizes of clean up land that was logged, now have pumps, generators, phase converters, etc. no need for it. Cat in super cond. Asking Tisdale Motor Rewinding 1984 Ltd., 306$45,000 OBO. 403-729-2348, Leslieville AB 873-2881, fax 306-873-4788, 1005A - 111 CAT D6M, LGP, 6-way blade, new 3 prong Ave., Tisdale, SK, ripper, paint and undercarriage, 7000 hrs., like new. 306-275-2007, St. Brieux, SK. 2 GRAVEL TRUCKS for sale, 2000 Peterbilts, 3406E Cat engine, 10 spd trans., new 15’ gravel box, new wet kit, 121R22.5 tires, fresh inspection. Saskatoon, SK. Call: Denis at: 306-668-3509, 306-371-5214.

DYNA PHASE, PHASE CONVERTERS: Model CR3-4, 22 HP, 480V, 34 amps; Model CB3VR-4, 30 HP, 480V, 40 amps. Call for pricing. 403-308-9252, Coalhurst, AB.

POLE BARNS, WOODSTEEL packages, hog, chicken, and dairy barns, grain bins REMANUFACTURED DIESEL ENGINES: GM and hoppers. Construction and concrete 6.5L, $4750 installed; Ford/IH 7.3L, $4950 crews available. Mel or Scott, MR Steel installed; New 6.5L engines, $6500; Construction, 306-978-0315, Hague, SK. 12/24v 5.9L Cummins; GM Duramax. Other new/used/and Reman diesel engines available. Call 204-532-2187, 8 AM to 5:30 PM Mon to Fri. Thickett Engine Rebuilding, Binscarth, MB.

DIESEL ENGINES, OVERHAUL kits and parts. For most makes. M&M Equipment Ltd., Regina, SK, Parts and Service, 306-543-8377, fax 306-543-2111. WANTED: VOLVO TD 45 4 cylinder engine. Phone 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. USED, REBUILT or NEW engines. Specializing in Cummins, have all makes, large inventory of parts, repowering is our specialty. 1-877-557-3797, Ponoka, AB. HUTCHINSON Grain Pumps LAMBTON Bucket Elevators LAMBTON Drag Conveyors (Seed Compatible Conveyors) Rail Load-Out Systems Pulse Crop Equipment WESTEEL Grain Bins SUKUP Aeration & Bins

WANTED: 480V, 3 phase breaker panel box, 100 amp. 306-338-3271, Wadena, SK.

WANTED: 500 GAL. PLUS milk tank, open top, no cooler required. Humboldt, SK. COMPLETELY REBUILT IHC 304 CID engine available at Gene’s Machine Shop. Phone 306-682-3717. Fax 306-682-3096. 306-773-2028, Swift Current, SK. DOUBLE 3 SURGE parlor, w/feed drums, 6 milk meters; 5 Westfield pulsators; Houle barn cleaner chain, 200’, used very little; Houle ram for parts; Butler barn cleaner trans.; Beatey barn cleaner trans.; Houle free stalls; Houle quick release stalls; Surge pipeline; Cowmats; Surge dairy manager feed stalls. 306-885-4509, Vibank, SK.

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290 CUMMINS; 350 Detroit; 671 Detroit; Series 60 cores. Call: 306-539-4642, Regina, SK 5.9 CUMMINS, medium duty and 7.3 IH/Ford engines, plus parts. Phoenix Auto, Lucky Lake, SK. 1-877-585-2300. 3406B, N14, SERIES 60, running engines 2007 CAT D5NLGP, c/w Carco 50BPS and parts. Call Yellowhead Traders, winch, 2640 hrs, 90% original UC remain- 306-896-2882, Churchbridge, SK. ing, gas shutdown corked, like new, $115,000. Calgary, AB. 403-850-7667. WANTED: RAILS FOR D8H/D8K, could be with pads. Phone: 780-645-2251, St. Paul, BU ILT AB. NEW * USED * RE


1985 790 JD TRACKHOE, complete eng. overhaul 500 hrs. ago, new pins, good tracks, over $20,000 in repairs, ready to work, $34,000; 1995 53’ tridem double drop trailer, detachable neck, good shape, $52,000 for both. 306-476-2501, Rockglen, SK. 2007 332 JD skidsteer, farm use only, only 900 hrs., exc. cond., $35,500 OBO; Also 84” snowbucket available. Medicine Hat, AB. Phone 403-504-9607.

CRUSHING EQUIPMENT: 4’ Symons rebuilt cone w/150 HP motor, tandem chassis, in and out conveyors; 53’ power van w/hyd. tower, Allen Bradley switch gear, underslung fuel tank, exc. cond.; Elruss surge bin, 42” belt, 40 HP w/sampling station; Skid mount feeder bin w/Grizzly and variable drive; 1995 IHC tandem truck w/15’ Arne’s box, exc. condition. Call Rick 204-871-0305, 204-857-9802, Portage MB CLIFF’S USED CRAWLER PARTS. Some o l d e r C at s , I H a n d A l l i s C h a l m e r s . 780-755-2295, Edgerton, AB.

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HD 16-M, rebuilt motor. New sleeves, piston, injectors. Rebuilt torque, trans, exc. cond. Good U/C tilt dozer, bush ready. $36,000. Will consider trade. Can deliver. Phone 204-743-2324.

REIKI FOR YOUR SOUL Level one, March 12th or April 9th; Level two, March 13th or April 10th (prerequisite: level one) Please call for more info. 306-228-2563, Unity, SK or visit


SCRAPERS FOR SALE, Cat, LaPlante, Allis, LeTourneau, converted to hyd., will also do custom conversions. Looking for cable scrapers. Call Toll free 1-866-602-4093.

• 4 ply 2X6 Laminated Treated Posts 8’ On Center on Buildings Up To 48’ Wide • 4 ply 2X6 Laminated Treated Posts 4’ On Center on 60’ Wide Building • Engineered Farm Truss 4’ On Center • 29 Gauge Tuff Rib Galvanized Roof Metal & Ridge Cap • 29 Gauge Tuff Rib Color Wall Metal & Flashings • 2x6 Spruce #2 & Better Wall Strap 2’ On Center • 2x6 PWF Bottom Row Strap • 2x4 Spruce #2 & Better Roof Strap 2’ On Center • One Walk Door with Lockset

16’ Door Ht. $1,299 16’ Door Ht. $1,349 16’ Door Ht. $1,599

STICK FRAME ESTIMATE INCLUDES: • 2x6 Spruce #2 & Better Studs 24” On Center • Engineered Farm Truss 4’ On Center • 29 Gauge Tuff Rib Galvanized Roof Metal & Ridge Cap • 29 Gauge Tuff Rib Color Wall Metal & Flashings • 1x4 Spruce Wall Strap 2’ On Center • 2x4 Spruce #2 & Better Roof Strap 2’ On Center • One Walk Door with Lockset

BUILDING ESTIMATE DOES NOT INCLUDE: • Overhead Door- Please call for pricing • Slider Door- See slider door price list • Concrete Foundation

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BROCK (BUTLER) GRAIN BIN PARTS and accessories available at Rosler Construction. 306-933-0033, Saskatoon, SK.

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USED WESTEEL 3350 grain bins, w/wood floors, $1.00 to $1.25/bu., mover available. 306-259-4923, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. BINS FOR SALE: 7- 2250 twister hoppers; 6- 100 ton Wesco fert. bins w/fan and nat. gas heaters; 3- 3200 Westeel hoppers air and fan; 6- Grain Max 4000 w/air and fan. All hoppers have skids. Ph. 306-554-7767, Wynyard, SK.


SUPERIOR BINS are here and Middle Lake Steel is your dealer. Hopper mounts and steel floor models, 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 8000 bu. hopper w/triple skids, $17,000; 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 5000 bu. bin w/double skids, $10,800. Phone 306-367-4306 Middle Lake, SK. Website:

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600 BUSHEL OVERHEAD BIN, mounted on heavy duty steel skid, $2600. 306-645-4496, Rocanville, SK.

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7186 BU. BIN, 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122; dia., $8275; 9478 bu. bin, 24â&#x20AC;&#x2122; dia., $9675. Prices FOB Regina, SK. Brian 204-483-3015, Souris, MB.

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SDL HOPPER CONES. Prices starting at 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, $2250; 15â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, $2800 15â&#x20AC;&#x2122;-10â&#x20AC;?, $2970; 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; $4100; 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; $4500. All cones c/w manhole, double top band, slide gate on nylon rollers. Optional skid base, aeration, freight extra charge. 306-324-4441, Margo, SK.

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LIFETIME LID OPENERS. We are a stocking dealer for Boundary Trail Lifetime Lid Openers, 18â&#x20AC;? to 39â&#x20AC;?. Rosler Construction 2000 Inc., 306-933-0033, Saskatoon, SK. LIMITED QUANTITY of flat floor Goebel grain bins, at special prices. Grain Bin Direct, 306-373-4919, Saskatoon, SK.

POLY HOPPER BINS, 100 bu., $900; 150 bu. $1250. Call for nearest dealer. Buffer Valley Ind., 306-258-4422, Vonda, SK. BEHLEN BIN/ HOPPER COMBOS: 3500 bu., 10 leg hopper and skid, unstiffened grain bin, roof and side ladder. Manhole in hopper. Constructed. Leasing available. While supplies last. Peterson Construction, 306-789-2444, Regina, SK.

GRAIN BINS - WINTER SPECIALS, Save with in-stock specials. The price of steel is rising. Book now and save on 4300 to 25,000 bushel bins and bin pkgs. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss out. Call Darmani - 1-866-665-6677. WESTEEL, GOEBEL, grain and fertilizer bins. Grain Bin Direct, 306-373-4919. CUSTOM GRAIN BIN MOVING, SK, AB, and MB, all types of bins up to 10,000 bushel, accurate estimates. Sheldonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hauling, 306-922-6079, 306-961-9699, Prince Albert, SK.


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FANS - WINTER SPECIALS, Save with in-stock specials. The price of Baldor motors is rising. Book now and save on 3, 5, 7 and 10 HP fans. Three phase available. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss out. Call Darmani 1-866-665-6677. TOP QUALITY BEHLEN/ SAKUNDIAK BINS, 250 bu. to 55,000 bu. Winter booking on now for best pricing and guaranteed delivery. Example: all prices include skid, ladders to ground, manhole, set-up, and delivery within set radius. Behlen bin/ hopper combos: 3,500 bu. $10,450; 4,235 bu. $12,250; SPECIAL 5,000 bu. $13,500. We manufacture superior quality hoppers and steel floors for all makes and sizes. Call and find out why our product quality and price well exceeds the competition. Know what you are investing in. We also stock replacement lids for all makes and models of bins. Leasing available. Hoffart Services Inc. Odessa, SK, 306-957-2033.



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BUILD YOUR OWN conveyors, 6â&#x20AC;?, 7â&#x20AC;?, 8â&#x20AC;? and 10â&#x20AC;? end units available; Transfer conveyors and bag conveyors or will custom build. Call for prices. Master Industries Inc. Phone 1-866-567-3101, Loreburn, SK. BATCO CONVEYORS, new/used, grain augers, Rem grain vacs, SP kits. Del. and KEHO/ GRAIN GUARD Aeration Sales leasing available. 1-866-746-2666. and Service. R.J. Electric, Avonlea, SK. Call SAVE TIME AND MONEY! BATCO 45â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 306-868-2199. conveyors, mover kit, 27 HP Kohler motor. Faster than a 10â&#x20AC;? auger and lasts 3 times KEHO, STILL THE FINEST. Clews Storage longer! $20,700, leasing available. Call Management/ K. Ltd., 1-800-665-5346. your nearest Flaman store today or call 1-888-435-2626. KEHO/ OPI STORMAX/ Grain Guard. For sales and service east central SK. and MB., c a l l G e r a l d S h y m ko , C a l d e r, S K . , 306-742-4445, or toll free 1-888-674-5346 2002 1254C Ag-Chem Rogator, 1950 hrs., Falcon II controller, Trimble 500 GPS, new 480x42 Firestone tires, c/w Air-Max 200 bed, 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; stainless boom. Spread fertilizer and grass/canola seed at same time or fill whole bed in fert., $85,000. 780-831-4549 Wanham, AB.


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TWIN 800 GAL. NH3 tanks on wagon, vg. cond., 18.4x26 tires on offset axles, $9000 OBO. Phone 780-499-5990, Legal, AB. TWIN 1000 GAL. NH3 tanks mounted on trailer, floatation tires, off-set axles, new paint, current M5 and safety, $12,900. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. 1989 TERRAGATOR 1603T liquid floater, 3208T Cat, 10 spd. trans., 1600 USG tank, 80â&#x20AC;&#x2122; boom, Raven controller, vg cond., $19,500 OBO. 204-223-7660, Starbuck, MB DICKEY JOHN CCS 100 and CMS 100 controller and monitor with TTU and 2 continental manifolds, $2000. 306-228-7600, Unity, SK. 1994 IHC LOR-AL AirMax 5 floater truck dry fert. spreader, 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; booms, Dickey John rate controller and Trimble GPS; 1989 9300 IH with Tender Truck 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; fert. box. Asking $45,000 for both OBO. Call Pete 306-873-7640, Tisdale, SK. 1984 INT. TANDEM fert./seed tender truck, 16 ton, c/w wireless remote gate openers, side discharge auger, $15,000 OBO. 780-778-0796, Mayerthorpe, AB. WANTED: PATTISON CB 1300 or 1600 liquid cart. 306-867-8959, Glenside, SK. 2006 BOURGAULT LIQUID fertilizer caddy, 2200 Imp. gallons, John blue pump, 3â&#x20AC;? transfer pump, Microtrac 3000 controller, exc. cond. 204-781-4690, Starbuck, MB. Email:

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TWIN 1000 GALLON NH3 wagon, good condition, $12,500 OBO. 306-221-6361, Waldheim, SK. TWO TWIN 1750 ammonia units on 1989 8000 Fords, new certifications, Blackmer pump w/scale, $33,000 and $38,000; 1994 F7000, Blackmer w/meter, single 2000, $26,000; One Flexi-Coil 300B 41’ Raven, harrows, carbon knives, $9,000. 403-472-1944, Beiseker, AB. 1991 IHC 4900 truck c/w 10 ton Tyler fert. tender; 1987 Ford 8000 c/w 10 ton Willmar fertilizer tender; 1982 IHC 1900 truck c/w 10 ton Simonson fert. tender. Field ready. 403-443-2355, Three Hills, AB. NEW 28 HP Caterpillar dsl. liquid cooled. Great for auger, water pump or genset. Call Rob 306-222-6035, Saskatoon, SK. AU G E R S : N E W / U S E D . Wheatheart, Westfield, Sakundiak augers, Auger SP kits, Batco conveyors, Rem grain vacs, Wheatheart post pounders. New/used, good prices, leasing available. Call 1-866-746-2666. S A K U N D I A K A U G E R S I N S TO C K : swings, truck loading, Hawes Agro SP movers. Contact Hoffart Services Inc. Odessa, SK, 306-957-2033. WESTFIELD TF100-41, 540 PTO, hardly used, $3500; Westfield J-208-36, 39’ 540 PTO, $2500. 306-342-4995, Medstead, SK

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SEE THE RODONO XTEND swing auger in Ag Innovations at Northland’s Farm and Ranch Show, March 31st to April 2nd. LIQUID CART, 800 gal. tank, John Blue dono Industries, 403-784-3864, Clive, AB. pump, recent hyd. fill pump, good cond., $4500. 306-764-3783, Prince Albert, SK. NEW SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS. New LIQUID FERTILIZER KIT for 57’ - 60’ air innovative Hawes Agro auger movers, drill; Also 1450 gal. liquid caddy, John electric clutches, bin sweeps. New reversible gearbox. All makes of engines. Call Blue pump. 306-323-4283, Archerwill, SK. Hawes Industires for great cash prices, ask for Bob, your #1 auger dealer in Canada. Toll Free- 1-888-755-5575, Regina, Saskatoon, Semans. FARM KING 13x70 Backsaver auger, reverser, dual winch, always shedded. MINT. $7900. 204-556-2277, Cromer, MB.

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SPEED UP UNLOADING! WHEATHEART 10”x41’ augers, mover kit, electric clutch, 35 HP Vanguard motor, $11,900. Visit your nearest Flaman Store today or call us at NEW STAINLESS STEEL LIQUID FERT. 1-888-435-2626. TANKS for sale. Novid Inc., Rosenort, MB. 204-746-6843, or email WHEATHEART DRIVE over portable pit, e l e c t r i c 1 3 ” , l i k e n e w, $ 1 0 , 5 0 0 . 204-556-2277, Cromer, MB. PATTISON 1650 LIQUID cart, John Blue twin piston pump, 5.5 HP, 2” fill pump, WESTERNC ANADA’S $12,000. 306-576-2283, Wishart, SK. 2000 GAL. WESTEEL NH3 tank and trailer, 4 new traction lug tires, current safety, exc. cond., $17,500 OBO. Bjorkdale, SK. Phone 306-278-7753. ALUMINUM B TRAIN tanker trailer suitable for liquid fert. or water hauling, $22,000. Will split. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK.




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1 800 667 8800 WHEATHEART AUGER SALE, BH 8x51 w/30 HP engine, mover & HD clutch, Regular: $13,500, Sale: $11,750; BH 10x41 w/35 HP engine, mover & clutch, Regular: $14,300, Sale: $11,900. 306-648-3321, STUCK? We have the solution. Ag tracks Gravelbourg, SK. for combines, seeders, grain carts, tractors 12” x 71’ GRAIN AUGER up to 600 HP, very easily swapped btwn. combines, grain cart, seeder, fert. caddy, INVENTORY CLEAR OUT etc. for multi season use. Biggest footprint in the industry. All Canadian made. Best New 42 71 s ta rting a t value by far. 306-731-7129, Govan, SK. $14,48 4.00   FERTIZLIER SPREADERS: 5T, $3000; 6T,                                                       $3500; 9T, $7500. 1-866-938-8537. • F u lly Assem b led F ield Read y                                                                 • D elivered to you rF arm Yard . TWO NH3 1000 gal. ammonia tanks, 265 • Ask ab ou tAu gerop tion s PSI, w/piston pump, setup as TBT, fresh safety. 403-381-7168, Coalhurst, AB. & d i scou n ts availab le.                                               FLOATER TIRES 48x31x20, 12 ply on Ph on e : 1. 800. 66 7.8 8 00 10-hole stud rims, 1 new, 4 like new. Can deliver. 403-627-5429, Pincher Creek, AB. 2 12”x2200 SAKUNDIAK SLMD swing augers, $15,250. Prices FOB Regina, SK. or Brandon, MB. Call Brian 204-483-3015, Souris, MB. SAKUNDIAK 70’x10” swing auger, $7500. Phone 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. Pics SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS available with self-propelled mover kits and bin available at sweeps. Contact Kevin’s Custom Ag in NiTWO SETS 8” MICHEL’S AUGERS, fits 36’ pawin toll free 1-888-304-2837. C a s t l e t o n t r a i l e r s , l i ke n ew. P h o n e 306-631-0762, Moose Jaw, SK. REPLACEMENT 2010 1080 BUHLER SWING auger, used FLIGHTING FOR one season, $9900 OBO. 306-834-8100, augers, seed cleaning plants, Major, SK. grain cleaners, combine bubble-up augers. SAKUNDIAK 70’x10” swing auger, $7500. 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB.

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CUSTOM COLOR SORTING chickpeas to mustard. Cert organic and conventional. 306-741-3177, Swift Current, SK. COLOUR SORTERS: 2 Xeltron colour sorters, roller style. 519-436-8927, Dresden, ON. 2010 ELIMINATOR II grain cleaner, screens for peas, lentils, wheat, oats, barley, mounted on tandem axle trailer, all elec. single phase power, cleaned less than 50,000 bu., $46,000. 306-441-4529 North Battleford, SK. 32 CARTER INDENT GRAIN CLEANER with aspirator and 230 volt motor. Ready to go. Asking $19,500. Phone 306-533-4507, 306-726-8413, Southey, SK. HART CARTER 245 w/stand, 5 sets of 4 shells, 5-1/4, 5-1/2, 6 and 11/64 slots, and 5/64 RH. Herschel, SK. 306-377-2002 80 CHANNEL SATAKE Paddy table, runs smooth, ready to work, c/w 10 HP motor. Asking $22,500. Can send pictures. Ph or text 204-856-6939, Portage la Prairie, MB. 27 CLIPPER ERIN SCREEN, indents, 2 legs etc. Phone 306-873-5788, Tisdale, SK.

ERGOT REMOVAL WITH A SATAKE C O L O R S O RT E R . Call Flaman Grain Cleaning and Handling 1-888-435-2626. New and used sorters coming in weekly or visit to view all the other lines of grain cleaning equipment. 1992 SAKUNDIAK 8”x45’, Wheatheart #40 FORSBERG GRAVITY table, good mover and drag, 23 HP, new flighting, cond. Ph. 306-547-8069, 306-547-4631, Preeceville, SK. $5500 OBO. 403-443-2024 Three Hills, AB. #32 INDENT grain cleaner, used very little, shedded. 306-764-7609, Prince Albert, SK. 750 BU. BOURGAULT Smartcart, PTO and hyd. 800/65R32 tires, tarp. 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. WESTERN GRAIN DRYER INC. is the only full service company of non-screen grain dryers. We engineer and manufacture advanced drying systems. Vertec dryer updates and replacement components (roof, tiers, burner, etc.) are available. 1-877-914-7246, NEW GSI AND used grain dryers. For price savings, contact Franklin Voth, Sales Rep fo r A x i s F a r m s L t d . , M a n i t o u , M B . 204-242-3300,

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SUPERB GRAIN DRYERS Two dryers still available on winter program. Largest and quietest single phase dryer in the industry. Over 34 years experience in grain drying. Moridge parts also available. Grant Services Ltd, 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. FARM FAN AB120 automated batch dryer, natural gas/ propane, canola screen. 306-484-2010, Govan, SK.

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1999 BRANDT 4000 grain vac, one owner, shedded, $8500. Phone 306-759-2104, Eyebrow, SK. KILLBROS 600 BU. gravity wagon with roll tarp, double compartment, good cond., REM GRAIN VACS. New/used, Batco conveyors, grain baggers, augers. Leasing pro$8900. 403-378-4957, Rosemary, AB. gram, del. avail. 1-866-746-2666. WANTED: OLDER 400 to 600 bushel with auger, JD, Parker, etc. 306-497-7748, REM 2500 VAC, like new cond., less than 40 original hrs., unit is complete. Herbert, Blaine Lake, SK. SK. Ph. 306-772-1004 or 306-784-2407. 350 BU. GRAVITY BOX with 12 ton wagon, WALINGA INC. AGRI-VAC. Parts, sales and $3000. Located at Saskatoon, SK. Call toll service. New and reconditioned Walinga free 1-866-938-8537. Agri-Vac as well as used units, parts, accessories and service for most major brands. 204-745-2951, Carman, MB; 306-567-3031, Davidson, SK; CUSTOM COLOR SORTING. Ergot re- 403-279-8204, Calgary, AB. Most trades moval. Pulses, oilseed, cereals. SPERLES welcome. SEED LTD., 306-228-3160, Unity, SK. 2008 BRANDT EX5000, bin floor sweep CARTER DAY MODEL 22SG with 20H scalp- and hoses, 95 hrs, shedded, $19,500. er and model 412 precision sizer, mounted 306-728-9033 306-728-4345, Melville, SK. on 20’ 5th wheel trailer, c/w Deutz gen. set, unit is ready to go to work, $22,000 OBO. 306-834-8100, Major, SK. 53’ KIPP KELLY grain leg, 1500 bu./hr., $9500; 53’ Kipp Kelly leg, 300 bu./hr., ladder, platform, cage, distribution head, $5000; 40’ Universal leg, 300 bu./hr., ladders, platform, cage, 3-way distribution head, $4500; 14’ Universal B3 leg, $2500. Phone 306-267-4525, Coronach, SK.

VERMEER 605SM and 605M balers, net, floats and kicker, recond. and field ready. Kyle 701-490-6460, Calvin 701-646-6089, Valley City, ND.

TWO 2-45 SIMON-DAY graders w/aspira- NEW KRONE HAYING EQUIPMENT: tors, assorted shells, $2500 each. Phone Large square balers 4x4, 3x4, and 3x4 HDP. Used trades: 2005 Hesston 4910 306-267-4525, Coronach, SK. with accumulator, low bales $55,000; S E E D C L E A N I N G P L A N T C L O S I N G 2003 Hesston 4910 with accumulator Equipment For Sale. Bagging equip- $37000; 1997 Hesston 4900 with accumument, bucket elevators- various lengths lator $14,000; Hesston 4925 3 bale accuand cup sizes, distributors and down mulator $6500. Noble Equipment Ltd. spouting, dust collection system, various 1-877-490-3020, Nobleford, AB. augers, bins and conveyors. Complete seed cleaning plant can be moved in one E arly Book ing Program ! piece. Call 306-231-4820, Humboldt, SK. Netw ra p - 67 ’’startin g at$215 HUTCHINSON #1500 with 1 HP single 64’’startin g at$210 phase motor, $1000 OBO. 780-929-9300 8000ft.rollsalso available! eves., Sherwood Park, AB. Sila ge B a lew ra p - startin g at$84 KIPP KELLY 400 gravity w/Arrow Corp. forage deck, $8000; Kipp Kelly 200 gravity Phone:403-994-7 207 or 7 80-206-4666 w/wire deck, $2500; Clipper 29D, $2750; w w na dia nh a ya ndsila 4 spiral separators, $500 ea.; 2- #3 Carter single roll indents, $2500 ea.; 5- 132 Crip- 1996 JD 375 baler, kicker, approx. pin, wind and screen, $4500. Tisdale, SK. 12,000 bales, stored inside, $8500 OBO. 306-567-7679, Craik, SK. Rosetown Flighting Supply Phone 306-873-2268. 1-866-882-2243, Rosetown, SK DUAL SCREEN ROTARY grain cleaners, JIFFY 912 RAKE, 10 wheels. Phone great for pulse crops, best selection in 780-674-8080, Cherhill, AB. We s t e r n C a n a d a . 3 0 6 - 2 5 9 - 4 9 2 3 , 2006 NH BB940A 3x3 square baler, 32,000 WESTFIELD 13”x91’, 540 PTO, reverser, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. bales w/packer cutter, liquid applicator low profile hopper, all new bearings, FOR SALE: HART Uniflow 9 row indent, a n d P h i b e r 3 b a l e a c c u m u l a t o r. chains and swing away auger tube, $9600. $7500 OBO; Kipp Kelly SY200 gravity ta- 701-213-2201, 701-213-2202, Morden, MB Ph 204-328-7189, Rivers, MB. ble, $3500 OBO; 1539 Carter disk machine BALE SPEARS, high quality imported and large assortment of discs as well as from Italy, 27” and 49”, free shipping, exa r t s m a c h i n e . M a k e a n o f f e r. c e l l e n t p r i c i n g . C a l l n o w t o l l f r e e HAWES AGRO MOVER KITS p306-228-3629, 306-228-3160, Unity, SK. Electric clutches & reversible gear boxes. 1-866-443-7444, Stonewall, MB. New 10” Sakundiak augers 40’ to 60’ WESTERN CANADA’S LARGEST invento- CASE/IH RBX 564, 1-1/2 years old, Kohler Engines ry of screens and frames for most makes $26,000; 499 NH haybine, excellent, 12’, of Grain Cleaners. Also a large inventory of $10,000. 306-883-2632 eves, Mildred, SK. Gas 18 - 40 HP, Diesel 40 - 50 HP buckets and bolts of all sizes, for all makes Call us at 1-866-373-8448 of Bucket Elevators. Call Flaman Sales JD 335 round baler, new condition, shedin Saskatoon, Sask. 1-888-435-2626 or 306-934-2121 or visit ded, estate sale, $7500. 780-603-5307, 780-632-6372, Vegreville, AB.

2006 BR780A NH baler, kicker, good overall condition. $14,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease options. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. REMAN BALE STACKER, 2001 model 2112, stacks and hauls large square bales. Must see!! Nice shape. $14,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease options. Trades wanted. Phone 1-800-667-4515. 1994 JD 535 round baler, good shape, shedded, taking space up in the shop. Taking offers. 780-636-2446, Vilna, AB. HIGHLINE 6600 BALE PROCESSOR, 1996 model, small 1000 rpm PTO, dual infeed drums, LHS chute, nice condition, $5500. Trades wanted. Financing and lease options. 1-800-667-4515. NO MORE HAY! 2- NH 575 small square balers; NH 1431 discbine; NH Super 1049 bale wagon. All shedded and good cond. Call 403-886-4717, Red Deer, AB. 2007 AS NEW Degelman 3100 Bale King bale processor, RH discharge, used for less than 20 bales, $12,500. 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. Pics at

WANTED: REAR FRAME for MF 210 or CI 702 PT swathers; Also wanted 30’ batt reel for same. 306-689-2547, Lancer, SK. 1983 JD 2320 SP swather, gas engine, 21’ header with pickup reel (variable speed), A/C, heater, HoneyBee knife & guards, always shedded, $10,000. Ken Myers, 306-739-2838, Wawota, SK.

BRANDT BALE PROCESSOR, year 2000, hyd. chute, LHS delivery, bale forks, good c o n d i t i o n . $ 6 7 8 0 . Tr a d e s a c c e p t e d . 1-800-667-4515. WANTED: TUBELINE BALE wrapper. Call 306-248-3454, St. Walburg, SK. BALE SPEAR ATTACHMENTS for all loaders and skidsteers, excellent pricing. Call now 1-866-443-7444 2004 567 JD BALER, net wrap, mega wide PU, bale kicker, 1000 PTO, variable core valve, moisture monitor, $23,500. 306-264-3794, Meyronne, SK. NH 326 SMALL square baler, hyd. bale tension, always shedded, very good shape, $8500. 403-327-9757, Coaldale, AB.

1994 MF 200, 30’ swather, only 1070 hrs., Schumacher knife drive, double swath, UII PU reel; 1994 PMI 722, 26’ swather, only 1340 hrs., Schumacher knife drive, UII PU reel. Both shedded and in exc. cond. Doug Illingworth Seeds Ltd., ask for Todd 306-445-5263, North Battleford, SK.

2000 AGLAND MACERATOR, seen little use, $10,000. 780-385-3194, Killam, AB, NH 2331 DISCBINE, mounted for NH TV 140 or 145. Ph. 780-674-8080, Cherhill AB.

NEW 18.4x38 12 PLY $695; 20.8x38 12 ply $795; 18.4x34 12 ply $595; 18.4x30 12 ply $549; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; 12.4x24 8 ply $278; 11.2x24 8 ply $229; 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 2002 BRANDT VSF bale processor with hydraulic bunk feeder deflectors. Mint cond. 306-228-3698, Unity, SK.

WESTWARD 7000, 25’ double swath, 18.4x16.1 fronts, PU reel, 1285 hrs. 306-493-2731, Delisle, SK. 1994 PREMIER 2900 25’ swather, 2450 hrs., c/w 14’ MacDon 910 hay header, $36,000. 204-743-2030, Cypress River, MB 1998 MACDON SP swather, 2 spd. turbo, 1750 hrs., 30’, 960 head, well maintained, $42,000. Cell 306-487-7993 or 306-487-2721, Lampman, SK. 2005 JD 4895 36’ Honeybee, axle mounted roller, 700 header hrs., $85,000. Ray 306-536-0399 or Tyler at 306-533-8834, Regina, SK. 2002 CASE WDX 1101, 25’ HoneyBee header, 18’ haybine header, 1198 hrs. always shedded, vg condition, $65,000. 306-468-3030, Canwood, SK.

1983 MASSEY 885, 25’ DS, 4300 hrs, gas. 1984 Massey 885, 25’ DS, 3660 hrs, gas. Batt reels, $11,000 each OBO. Swather transport full carry. 306-982-4614, Christopher Lake, SK.

MACDON 741 HAY conditioner to fit MacDon 972 header, exc. cond. 250-843-7359, 250-782-0220, Dawson Creek, BC.

NEW 2011 KRONE BIG M400 and pull type discbines. Noble Equipment Ltd. 1-877-490-3020, Nobleford, AB. 1975 JD 1209 with rubber full width rollers, 540 PTO, always shedded, $2000. 1475 NH HAYBINE, 2003, 18’, like new, Ken Myers, 306-739-2838, Wawota, SK. shedded, new knife; BR 780 round baler, Super Sweep PU, bale stuffer, field ready, mint shape, shedded. Will trade for seedequipment. Call daytime 306-244-0936 WANTED: 18 to 20’ Versatile 4750 or pre- ing mium 4400 swather, shedded w/low hrs. or cell; 306-222-9392, Vanscoy, SK. 780-662-2617, Tofield, AB. 16’ 1275 HESSTON HAYBINE, brand MASSEY FERGUSON 220XL, 25’, double new knife, good cond., $15,000 OBO. Melswath, PU reel w/new fingers, gauge ville, SK. Phone 306-728-1582. wheels, Schumacher easy-cut knife sys- FOR SALE: HAY BUSTER 1100 Tub Grinder. t e m . E x c e l l e n t c a n o l a m a c h i n e ! Call 204-585-5397 Sandy Lake, MB . 204-851-1781, Cromer, MB. 460 CADILLAC mixer/ scale, 3 auger, exc 25’ HONEYBEE ST25, fits IH 8870 and cond, $17,000; 1600 NH forage harvester, JD 4990/4995, PU reel, hyd fore/aft, 4-row corn head, 11’ PU, $14,000. St. Xavi$11,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease op- er, MB. 204-353-2877 or 204-941-9056. tions. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. NH 1079 BALE WAGON, 178 bale capacity, turbo diesel, AC, shedded, mint, $75,000 2002 PRAIRIE STAR 4940, 30’, 771 hrs. OBO. 403-875-2598, Cremona, AB. Auction Tuesday April 19, Tisdale, SK. Bruce Schapansky WANTED: 4750 VERSATILE HEADER, Auctioneers, 306-873-5488 (PL#912715) 22 or 25’, dual knife, w/PU reel; Also SUND PU. 780-928-2621, La Crete, AB. 2001 PREMIER 2940 swather, 25’ MacDon 972 header w/lifters, 786 eng. hrs., 21.5Lx16.5 drive tires, 16.5Lx16.1 rear tires, 99 HP, $59,000 OBO. 780-656-5339, Smokey Lake, AB. 2004 PREMIERE MODEL 2940, 30’ 972 header, exc. cond. Phone 306-487-7415, CAT LEXION 480R, 2002, MAV chopper, Lampman, SK. yield/moisture, contour, 3D sieves, Cebis, 1989 HESSTON 8100 25’ swather, roto elec. sieve, long unload auger. Call Gord shears, 1902 hrs., good cond., $15,000. 403-308-1135, Lethbridge, AB. 780-632-6372 or 780-603-5307, Vegre- CRARY CHAFF SPREADERS. We are ville, AB. Canada’s largest Crary dealer. Complete c/w hyd motor, hoses, fittings, flow 2009 MACDON M150, 25’ header, dou- kit and flow pan. All makes and models b l e k n i f e , $ 1 0 7 , 0 0 0 O B O . C a l l valve available. $2495. 1-800-667-4515. 780-712-1964, Niton Junction, AB. 2008 8010 LOADED w/duals; Also Outback 1987 CI 722 22’, diesel, UII PU reel, Keer GPS, 16’ PU and 36’ HoneyBee straight Shear, $12,500; MF 613 30’ PT new knife, header, 320 hrs., like new. 403-502-6332, $4500. 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. Schuler, AB. 2008 CIH WD 1203, 36’, 394 hrs., $97,700; 2009 NH H8040 w/2010 36’, 2010 CASE/IH 9120, small tube rotor, $113,500; 2009 NH H8040 w/2010 36’ MagnaCut chopper, rear hitch, 2016 PU w/air suspension, $115,000; CIH 8825 30’, header, 120 hrs., balance of factory warPU reel, $37,500; MacDon M150 35’, ranty. 306-960-2950, Prince Albert, SK. $130,000; MacDon Harvest Pro 8152i, 36’, 1015 PICKUP HEADER, excellent floor, $83,500; MacDon 2952i 30’, $78,000; new paint, pickups available. (IH301). Westward 9000 Turbo, 25’, $43,900; West- $4750. Three available. Trades, financing. ward 9000 25’, $35,500; MF 885 dsl., 30’ 1-800-667-4515. PU reels, $16,700; CIH 725 25’ PT w/Auto trans, $2900; CIH 730, 30’ PTO, $3500; 25’ 1010 HEADER, hyd. fore/aft, hyd. CIH 8230 30’ PT, PU reel, vg, $11,000; CIH reel drive, good auger and floor, batt reel. 725 PT, $2900; CIH 736, 36’ PT, $3900. (WH-IH399). $6500. Trades wanted. Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, 1-800-667-4515, Case IH, Humboldt, SK. 1981 7720 TITAN II, 3500 hrs., lots of 4950 MACDON SWATHER, 2 speed, turbo, new parts, very good running order, Rede30’ 972 header. $60,000. 306-421-0448 kop chaff saver, $15,000. 306-883-2632 eves, Mildred, SK. Torquay, SK. or WANTED: 1995- 2001 swather, 25’ or 26’, good condition, reasonable price. Phone Reg 780-674-3377, Barrhead, AB. 2002 PREMIER 2950 30’ MacDon 972 header, double knife, PU reel, two spd, low hrs. 306-464-2135, Lang, SK.

1999 WESTWARD 9300 SWATHER, 30’ MacDon 972 triple swath, 3.9L Turbo, very clean machine, $34,900. Trades wanted. Financing and lease options. 1-800-667-4515.

IS YOUR ROTOR OUT OF BALANCE? New straw choppers c/w drive, superior design with IH factory appearance. 40/60 Series $4080. 80/88 Series $4310. 1-800-667-4515. 1010 30’ HEADER, PU reel, hyd. fore/aft, 1995 model, used very little, $8900. Three t o c h o o s e f r o m . Tr a d e s w a n t e d . 1-800-667-4515. 1997 2188, shedded, AFX rotor, 285 HP, hopper topper, good rubber, long unloading auger, plus other options, 1015 header and PU, 2655 thrashing hrs., $69,500 OBO. Phone 306-867-7582 cell, 306-243-4811 or 306-243-2177, Outlook, SK. 1986 1680, 3700 hours, dealer maintained, shedded, field ready $22,000. Daysland, AB. 780-679-6309. WANTED 2188. Must be in good shape, low hours, well maintained. Call Frank 306-394-2131, Coderre, SK.


2009 9120, $310,000; 2009 8120, $295,000; 2008 8010, $269,000; 2008 8010, $249,900; 2007 8010, $248,000; 8010, duals, $234,000; 8010, $186,000; 2004 2388, 718 hrs., $167,000; 2388 Y&M, $93,000; 1997 2188, $69,500; CIH 1688, $47,500; CIH 1680, $27,500; CIH 1480, 1015 header, $16,500; 2009 NH 9070, duals, $269,900; 2008 NH 9070, $239,000; 2004 NH CR970, $158,000; 2006 JD 9760, call; JD 9660W, $149,500. Hergott Farm Equipment 306-682-2592, Case/IH Humboldt, SK.

WANTED: JOHN DEERE 9660, 9670 or 9760 combine. Bullet rotor, approx. 800 sep. hrs. or less. 306-397-2664. JD 9770, 2010, 120/150 hrs., 615 PU, new 30’ rigid head, 900 tires, $325,000. Phone 780-352-2193, Wetaskiwin, AB. 2006 JD 9860 “BULLET” combine, 42” duals, 28” rears, Contour Master hyd. tail board, folding auger, 615 PU, shedded, $179,000. 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. WA N T E D : C O N TO U R - M A S T E R fe e d e r house for JD 9650 or 9660. Contact 1983 CASE/IH 1460 combine, 3370 hrs., 306-478-2746, Ferland, SK. no chopper, $9000; 1999 CASE/IH 1010 rigid header, 25’, batt reels, $8000. 2002 JD 9650 Walker combine, 1633 sep. hrs, 2237 eng. hrs, Sunnybrook cyl. 306-831-9337, Rosetown, SK. and concave, chaff spreader, 2 spd. cyl., fine cut chopper, hopper topper, 914P PU, 8/10 cond., $110,000. 2001 925 JD flex fore/aft, PU reels, poly skids CAT LEXION 480R, 2002, c/w 3D seive, header, / B e r g e n h e a d e r t r a i l e r, $ 1 4 , 5 0 0 . Mav chopper, y/m, auto contour, elec. w 780-674-4080, Barrhead, AB. seive, long auger, Cebis, well maintained. Call Gord 403-308-1135, Lethbridge, AB 2004 9760 STS, 1400 sep. hrs., loaded, w/2005 635 flex header, $180,000. TWO 2005 CAT 560 LEXIONS, 1490 eng 306-628-4138, 306-628-7582, Leader, SK. hrs., 1090 threshing hrs., 3D sieve, fine cut chopper, Cebis, chaff spreader, P514 1993 9400 JD, 212 PU, 930 rigid header, Swathmaster PU, c/w 30’ HoneyBee drap- fine cut chopper, chaff spreader, 2480 seper header, double knife drive, transport, arator hrs. 306-628-3306, Mendham, SK. very reliable, shedded, $175,000/ea. 9860 STS PREMIUM, 2006, vg shape, bul403-888-5445, Strathmore, AB. let rotor, yield/moisture, 514 sep. hrs., 710 eng. hrs., long auger, 615 PU, HID lights, $249,000 OBO. Ph. 780-723-8033 or 780-712-1964, Niton Junction, AB. 2004 16’ 76C combine header with choice of two 16’ pickups. 2004 Rake-up 1997 9600 w/3460 sep. hrs., 4871 engine for $18,900 or 2010 Swathmaster for hrs., c/w 212 PU, MacDon 960 36’ straight $21,850. Fits late model NH or IH com- cut header, JD 930 30’ flex header, bines. Will separate. Trades accepted. $90,000. 306-677-2426, Hodgeville, SK. 1-800-667-4515. 2006 JD 9760 STS, 774 hrs. Greenlighted. 1998 TR98, 1677 sep. hrs., Kirby spread- Auction Tues. Apr.19, Tisdale SK. Bruce er, Norac AutoHeight for any header, Schapansky Auctioneers 306-873-5488 Rake-Up PU header, very good condition, (PL#912715) ready to go. 306-625-3720, Ponteix, SK. 2006 JD 9760 STS, 800-38 rubber, big 1997 TR98 TERRAIN Tracer, rear wheel auger, yield and moisture monitors, exc. assist, 2021 sep. hrs., Greenlighted 2010, cond., Greenlighted 2009, 1050 hrs., $35,000 OBO; 1997 30’ 971 header, new $205,000. 403-578-2474, Coronation, AB. auger, transport, $7000. 204-785-0556, 1997 9600, big rubber and 4x4, 2100 Selkirk, MB. sep. hrs, 2900 eng. hrs, Sunnybrook cyl., NEW REDEKOP MAV fine-cut chopper 930 straight header and 914 PU, transport and chaff spreader, NH TR95, 96, 97, 98, for straight header, $90,000. Falher, AB. 99, $8250. Trades wanted 1-800-667-4515 780-837-0322, 1989 JD 9500, 3500 sep. hrs., 914 PU, 2003 NH CX860, 1550 hrs, SwathMaster shedded, many new recent parts, 30.5x32 PU, exc. cond., big rubber, 27’ auger, tires, $30,000 OBO. Wanham, AB. Phone yield/moist., hdr. tilt, shedded, MAV chop- 780-694-2756 or 780-518-5896 cell. per. 780-206-1234 Barrhead, AB. 1993 JD 9500 combine, 3653 eng. hrs., 2009 NH 9070, duals, $269,900; 2008 NH 2779 sep. hrs., with 914 pickup platform 9 0 7 0 , $ 2 3 9 , 0 0 0 ; 2 0 0 4 N H C R 9 7 0 , and JD 925 straight cut header, c/w pick$ 1 5 8 , 0 0 0 . H e r g o t t F a r m E q u i p m e n t up reel, HoneyBee knife & guards, hopper Haul-all extension & roll tarp, hydraulic 306-682-2592, Case/IH Humboldt, SK. chaff spreaders with dual speed cylinder, CR960 DUAL KIT, complete with axle ex- long unload auger, always shedded and tension, ladder extension, 20.8Rx42 tires. G r e e n l i g h t e d . $ 5 4 , 0 0 0 . Ke n M y e r s Fits CR940-970. $12,000 exchange. 306-739-2838. Wawota, Sk. 1-800-667-4515, 2001 9750STS, 2nd owner, always shed1991 TX-36 COMBINE, 2800 hrs, well ded, Greenlighted, 914 PU, excellent, 2300 maintained, Swathmaster PU, hopper ext., hrs, $108,000. 306-232-7191 Rosthern, SK chopper, spreader, instant straw drop, 1993 JD 9600, very reliable, lots of new $26,000 OBO. 24’ 971 header, batt reel, parts, 3000 threshing hrs., 914 PU header, quick attach sunflower attach, $6000 OBO. Redekop chaff blower and wagon, to be Consider hard to sell grain. Can arrange sold with combine or separately. $50,000. delivery. Gerald Friesen 204-822-3633, Call 306-981-4567 or 306-922-8335, Morden, MB. Prince Albert, SK. 1996 TX66 NH, 971 PU header, chaff 2009 JD 9770 STS, loaded, high wear spreader, Chopper, Lateral tilt. 2450 sep. threshing/ unloading, hopper ext., 26’ unh r s . , g o o d c o n d . $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 O B O . loading auger, 615P header, $220,000. 306-692-5128, Moose Jaw, SK. Calgary, AB, 403-818-2816, 403-698-6186.


2008 JD 936D, fully loaded, single point 2010 JD 635 flex header, used for 1500 hook up, PU reel and cross auger, always acres, mint condition! Asking $41,000. shedded, excellent condition, asking 306-741-7968, Swift Current, SK. $45,000. 403-647-1127, Grassy Lake, AB. NEW NEVER USED JD 630, PU reel, dual knife drive, $37,500 OBO. 204-851-0745, Elkhorn, MB. RECONDITIONED rigid and flex, most makes and sizes; Also header transports. Ed Lorenz, 306-344-4811, Paradise Hill, SK, 2006 MACDON 974 36’ flex, fore-aft, PU reel, pea auger, 873 adapter, fits IH 8010, 8120, 7120. $43,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease options. We want trades. 1-800-667-4515. HONEYBEE SP25, NH994 25’ draper header UII PU reel, TX or TR trans, vg, $33,000. Phone 780-208-0199, Hairy Hill, AB. 2004 JD 930D and 2006 JD 930D Draper headers for sale. Both in very good cond., $35,000 each. 204-773-6655, Birtle, MB. 1998 36’ HONEYBEE draper header, fore/aft, UII PU reel, NH TR adapter. 306-625-3720, Ponteix, SK. 1996 MACDON ADAPTER, fits MacDon 960/962/972, made to fit Versatile 9030 bi-directional tractor (OB688). $2500. Trades welcome. Phone 1-800-667-4515. CIH 2152 40’ draper header, 2008, c/w AFX adapter, transport/gauge wheels, poly skids, hyd. fore/aft, PU reel. Gilbert Plains MB. Ph. 204-548-2915, cell 204-647-0724. 2009 MACDON D60, 40’ for JD Series 70 combine, equipped w/float optimizer, PU reels, fore/aft, $50,000. Calgary, AB, 403-818-2816, 403-698-6186. 2007 MACDON 974 36’ flex, header height, fore-aft, factory transport, PU reel, 873 adapter, fits STS combines w/single point hookup. $46,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease options. We want trades. 1-800-667-4515.

2009 JD 9870 STS, 687 eng./475 rotor, 20.8x42 duals, HID lighting, AutoSteer ready, c/w 16’ JD 615P PU, power tailboard, hopper cover, HD lift cylinders, shedded, excellent condition, $279,000. Phone 306-224-4683, Glenavon, SK.

2000 30’ HONEY BEE, w/CIH adaptor, w/ UII PU reel, pea auger (extra new canvasses available). Always shedded, original owner, used for approx. 20,000 acres, $27,500 OBO. Phone: 306-587-2331; cell: 306-587-7793, Cabri, SK. COMBINE DRAPER HEADER, 28’, fits IH 1482, home built c/w transport, $5000 OBO. Email or phone evenings 780-836-3838, Manning, AB.

1994 JD 9600, 214 p/u, 4400 hrs., Greenlight done 2011, $37,900 OBO. Call Gary at 204-326-7000, Steinbech, MB. JD 9860 BULLET combine, 2006, 42” duals, 28” rears, Contour Master, hyd. tailboard, folding auger, 615 PU, shedded, $179,000. Phone 403-936-5797, Calgary, NEW 20.8x38 12 PLY $795; 18.4x38 12 ply $695; 18.4x34 12 ply $595; 18.4x30 12 AB. Pics available at ply $549; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 1998 JD CTS II, 2750 sep. hrs, Sunny- 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; brook cylinder and beater, hopper ext, fine 12.4x24 8 ply $278; 11.2x24 8 ply $229; cut Redekop chopper, chaff spreader, long 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires auger, annually Greenlighted, good condi- include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. tion, $79,500. 306-548-4344, Sturgis, SK. JD 9660W, Y&M, $149,500; 2006 JD 9760, FOR SALE: 1991 1680 combine, 3744 hrs; c o m i n g . H e r g o t t F a r m E q u i p m e n t , 1995 1010 30’ header, w/PU reel; 1987 30’ IHC 6000 SP swather, 2178 hrs; 1984 306-682-2592, Case/IH, Humboldt, SK. 5488 tractor, 3635 hrs, 180 HP; 1980 835 2007 9860STS PREMIUM, 694 hrs., bul- Versatile 4 WD tractor w/PTO, 5815 hrs, let rotor, mapping, long auger, 615 PU, 2 2 0 H P ; p l u s o t h e r m a c h i n e r y. 900 rice tires, shedded, extras, exc. cond. 306-228-7701 days, 306-228-3231 eves. Unity, SK. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB.

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1998 36’ HONEYBEE SP36 draper header, new canvas, batt reels, PU reels avail., fore and aft. Fits CIH 1680-2588 and NH TR/TX combines. Financing and lease options. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515.

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TWO 36’ HONEYBEE HEADERS, w/CIH XX88 adapters. 2004 w/split PU reel, hyd. fore/aft, asking $35,000 OBO; 2002 w/solid PU reel, asking $32,000 OBO. Both have good poly, lifters and transport gauge wheels, shedded. Call Neil 306-463-3024 home or 306-460-7358 cell, Kindersley SK. TWO NH 971 25’ rigid headers w/PU reels, $8500 each. 780-363-2132, Mundare, AB. HORST 40’ HEADER TRAILER, 4 wheel s t e e r. P h o n e 2 0 4 - 5 4 8 - 2 9 1 5 o r c e l l 204-647-0724, Gilbert Plains, MB. 2004 CASE 1020 30’ flex, nice shape, shedded, $18,000 OBO. Ph. 306-867-7582 cell, 306-243-4811, 306-243-2177, Outlook SK.

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KIRBY, CRARY, URVOLD chaff spreaders starting at $900, lots available. Trades w a n t e d . w w w. c o m b i n e w o r l d . c o m 2007 HONEYBEE 36’ draper header, UII 1-800-667-4515. P U r e e l , J D a d ap t e r a n d t r a n s p o r t . ENGINE KITS, ENGINE PARTS, clutches, 306-297-3270, Shaunavon SK. machine shop services. Sanderson Tractor 2009 630D Draper Header $57,500, Ltd. 204-239-6448, Portage la Prairie, MB. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB.

2009 9870 317 hrs., 5 yr. Deere warranty transferable, 440 bu. hopper, contour master 4x4 feeder house, $270,000; 4- 2008 9870’s, 515- 582 hrs., 3 yrs. left on transferable Deere warranty, $230,000; 2006 9860, 1168 hrs., $170,000. All have 20.8R42 duals, 28L26 rear, in-cab cameras, long augers. 306-731-7129 Govan, SK.

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2007 HONEY BEE 30’ draper header, hyd. fore/aft, transport, CIH 7010/8010 22W BUCYRIS-ERIE cable tool, $12,000, adapter, excellent condition. Jim Wilson, serious inquiries only. Fort St. James, BC 250-996-8615. Darlingford, MB. 204-362-2449.

2007 CR9070, 20.8x42 duals, loaded, 360 thrashing hrs; 2000 SP36 HoneyBee draper header, gauge wheels, hyd. fore/aft, split r e e l , s t e e l t e e t h . A r c h E q u i p m e n t , 2002 MF 8680, Rake-Up PU, 25’ straight cut header, 700 hrs., original owner, shed306-867-7252, Outlook, SK. ded. 403-746-5494 evenings, Eckville, AB. 1992 TR96, 2400 eng. hrs., Terrain tracer, chaff spreader, long auger, new rasp bars, Super 8 PU, shedded, $23,500. Phone 780-363-2132, Mundare, AB

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SCHULTE 1020 FRONT MOUNT snowblower, hyd. turn and angle chute, 2 stage, 8-1/2’, well maintained heavy duty unit $9500. 403-822-3912, Drumheller, AB NEW SDX840 SCHULTE 84” snowblower, asking $6000. Phone 306-477-1920, Saskatoon, SK. NEW AGROTREND 3 pt. snowblowers in stock now, 42”-108”, made in Ontario. Cam Don Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. GREAT DEAL! Schulte 8’ front mount snowblower, reconditioned, fresh paint. Only $9,995. Call Flaman Sales, Saskatoon, SK., 306-934-2121. MCKEE 84” 3 PT. hitch, single auger blower, $1500. 780-929-9300 eves., Sherwood Park, AB.

2001 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 67 suspended Boom 90’, 850 gal., double nozzle body, autorate controller, wind screens, always shedded, one owner, asking $25,000. Call Terry 306-594-7580, Hyas, SK. BRANDT SB 4000 PT sprayer, 90’ boom ext. to 96’, 1600 gal. tank, 14.9x46 tires. Bigger rubber avail. Microtrak autorate controller, Norac, rinse kit chem handler, twin nozzles, windcones, shedded, 19,000 a c r e s d o n e . S t r a i g h t n e ve r we l d e d . THE BULLET SEED Treating System incl. $27,500. Can email pics. 403-330-3900, 50L tank, flow valve, regulator valve, hos- Taber, AB. es and auger attach. Air tank not incl. SRP is $899. Will sell for $600 ea. 3 or more, $500 ea. Ted 204-736-4545, Lasalle, MB. 1997 TYLER PATRIOT NT, 2250 hrs, 80’ boom, 720 gal. tank, Outback S3 and AutoSteer. Meadow Lake, SK. 306-236-6811. SET OF 4 radial tires, 14.9x46 w/rims, 60-70%, good condition. Will fit 854 Roga2002 BRANDT SB 4000, 1600 gal., 90’ tor high clearance sprayer or other similar susp. boom, wind cones, 480/80R46 tires, sprayers. 306-749-2224, Birch Hills, SK. chem handler, foamer, Micro-Trak autorate controller, $24,000. Gilbert Plains, MB. Phone 204-647-4023. 3330 CASE/IH PATRIOT, 2009, 1000 FLEXI-COIL S67XL SPRAYER, suspend- gal. SS, 100’ boom, aim command, Autoed boom, c/w 100’ booms, 1500 gal. tank, Height, AutoSpray, AutoSteer, 2 sets tires, wind deflectors, 14.9R46 tires- 85% and crop dividers, 500 hrs, foam markers, ask580 70R42 floats- 95%, SP 655 monitor/ i n g $ 2 5 0 , 0 0 0 . C o n t a c t T o d d controller, shedded, very low acres, 204-522-5328, Reston, MB. $32,000. 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. WANTED LATE MODEL high clearance SP 2005 NH HIGH CLEARANCE SPRAYER, sprayer w/low hrs. Prefer JD 4830. Will 1500 gal. tank, 90’ booms, windscreens, consider all others. Ph/fax 306-283-4747, hyd. pump, chem. inductor, AutoRate con- 306-291-9395, Langham, SK. troller, 14.9x46 tires, foam marker, used 4 seasons, exc. cond., asking $38,000. Terry 2002 3640 SPRA-COUPE GPS, foam marker, 300 gal. tank, 61’ boom, autorate, Schullman, Swan River MB, 204-734-0470. 1800 hrs., very good condition, $49,000. FLEXI-COIL 62, 100’ booms, 840 gal. Phone 306-677-2723, Hodgeville, SK. tank, twin nozzles, new tips, new tires, Email hyd. pump, $5000 OBO. 306-695-3420 or LOOKING FOR a sprayer, trailer, or sprayer 306-695-7783, Indian Head, SK. tires? Call me first. 30 years experience. 2004 FORD/NH SF 115, 90’ suspended 403-650-7967, Calgary, AB. boom sprayer, exc. cond. $35,000. Regina, S K , w w w. l u c s u s e d e q u i p m e n t . c o m 306-543-8746.

ROBLA SNOWBLAST SNOWBLOWER, 800 HP Cummins diesel, 6000 ton/hr., 1936 hrs, $50,000. Eric 780-940-8840, Cory 780-965-7564, Edmonton, AB. 1996 BRANDT QF 1000, 800 gal., 80’, PTO drive, new pump, wind cones, 3-way nozzle body, new Richway foam marker, $10,000 OBO. 306-948-5622, Landis, SK.

2003 SPX 3200, AutoSteer, mapping, AutoBoom shutoff, Norac boom height controller, 110’ booms, 2740 hrs, shedded, $115,000. 306-548-4691, Stenen, SK. 2009 JD 4830, 100’ boom, 1000 gal., c/w 2 sets tires, crop dividers, only 636 hrs., a s k i n g $ 2 1 5 , 0 0 0 O B O. P h o n e C o l i n 780-384-2265, Sedgewick, AB.

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1-800-803-8346 www.youngsequipment. THREE 900 NH PT harvesters, $6000 to $9500, field ready; 790 NH PT harvester, field ready. Arch Equipment, Outlook, SK. Phone 306-867-7252. 2004 JD 7500 Forage Harvester, no pickup reel, 1910 hours, $165,000. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. NEW KRONE SILAGE EQUIPMENT: BIG X forage harvesters, Easy Flow pickup headers and Easy Collect corn headers in stock. 2004 New Holland RI 600 8 row w i t h a d ap t e r fo r J D 6 / 7 0 0 0 s e r i e s $27,000. Noble Equipment Ltd. 1-877-490-3020, Nobleford, AB. 2005 JD 7300 SP forage harvester, Autolube, rock stopper, 668 cutter head hrs., $162,000. 780-584-2697 Ft Assiniboine AB COMMERCIAL SILAGE, TRUCK BODIES, trailers. Well constructed, heavy duty, tapered w/regular grain gates or hyd. silage gates. CIM, Humboldt, SK, 306-682-2505. 2002 CATTELAC 350 SILAGE WAGON, 4 auger, scale, 1000 PTO, 425/65 R22.5 tires. Can email pictures. Ph 780-806-9775, Edergton, AB. FARM AID 430 silage mixer/feeder wagon, very good condition. 306-961-4682, Prince Albert, SK.

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1982 4640 2 WD Quadshift, 9320 hrs., Greenlight 2007, shedded, good shape. 2007 NH 216 PT high clearance, 100’ boom w/windscreens, AutoBoom, rate controller, rinse tank, joystick. 380/90R46 on both units for in-crop, Outback AutoSteer. Complete unit $59,500. May sell separate. 306-224-4848, Corning, SK. 1998 SPRAYMASTER, 80’ 5th wheel sprayer, w/900 gal. tank, foam markers, always shedded, $13,000 OBO. Phone 306-681-8044, Milo, AB. C O M P U T E R S P R AY E R , f r o m 2 t o 1 0 gal./acre, tandem, 500 gallon tank, foam maker, rinse tank, $4800. 403-501-5420, 403-501-1565, Brooks, AB. 1450 BOURGAULT 100’ sprayer, 1200 gallon plus 250 gallon dual boom, $11,500. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK. FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 68XL, susp. boom sprayer, c/w 100’ booms, 1600 gal. tank, rate controller, chem handler, triple nozzles, shedded, very low acres, $33,000 OBO. 306-932-7100, Dodsland, SK. 2005 FLEX-COIL S67XL 120’, 1200 gal. tank, wind screens, 655 controller, exc. condition. 306-623-4222, Sceptre, SK. 90’ BOURGAULT CENTURION II sprayer, equipped with windscreens, disc markers, foam markers and hyd. pump, 830 Imp. gal. tank, $4000 OBO. 780-837-1664, 780-837-0146, Falher, AB.

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1 800 667 8800 2002 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 67 sprayer, 1000 US gal. tank, 90’ suspended boom, wind screens, triple nozzles, rinse tank, 18.4x26 tires, Flexi-Coil rate controller, $24,500 OBO. 306-921-8217, Melfort, SK. 2002 BRANDT SB 4000 high clearance sprayer, 1600 gal., 90’ boom, windcones, chem handler, foam marker, AutoBoom, auto rate, asking $35,000. 306-923-4403, Torquay, SK. 2004 BRANDT QF1500, 1000 US gal, 80’, Micro-Trak, autorate, new hyd. pump, chem handler w/ground level pivot, double nozzle bodies, wind cones, autofold, exc. cond. $13,900. Phone 306-960-5979, Prince Albert, SK. 2000 BOURGAULT 1460 sprayer 1500 gal., 2 sets of nozzles, end nozzle, wind guards, foam marker. If interested would have a Sitewinder GPS with mapping and auto on/off boom control, $16,000 OBO. Phone 780-205-6789, Dewberry, AB.

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1998 TYLER 150, 3600 hrs., 90’ boom, 5-way nozzles, Deutz eng., Trimble EZSteer and auto shut off, 750 gal. tank, good tires, Dickey John rate controller, $65,000 OBO. 306-924-3817, Regina, SK. 2007 JD 4720, great cond., 2200 hrs., Raven AutoHeight, AutoTrac and swath control, GS 2600 display, 2 sets of tires, turnkey, ready to spray, like new int., $159,000. Ph. 204-823-1114, Morden, MB. 1998 SPRA-COUPE 3640, upgraded to 4640, new 400 gal. tank, 72’ booms, triple nozzles, foam markers, GPS and AutoSteer, nice, $42,500. 306-445-9933, 306-246-4251, Mayfair, SK. 2007 ROGATOR 1274C, 1200 gal. SS tank, 100’ boom, Raven Viper Pro, SmarTrax, AccuBoom, 3-way bodies, new tips, crop dividers, 2 sets of tires, 1974 hrs., $199,000. 306-843-3315, 306-843-7853, Wilkie, SK. 3630 SPRA-COUPE 1996, 3448 hrs., 60’ booms, autorate, foam markers, good condition, $26,500. 306-648-2253, 306-648-7110 cell, Gravelbourg, SK. 1997 WILLMAR 765, air ride, 85’ booms, 650 SS tank, new pump, Outback GPS, Midtech monitor, $37,000. St. Xavier MB. 204-353-2877 or 204-941-9056.

Ph: 306-859-1200 2009 CASE IH 3320, 590 hrs., 1,000 gal. SS tank, 90’ boom, deluxe cab, Viper PRO controller, AIM command, AutoSteer, AccuBoom, AutoBoom, chemical inductor, fence row nozzles, 380/90R46 tires. Like new! $219,000.00 Call Jordan anytime 403-627-9300. Pincher Creek, AB. 2007 JD 4830, 100’ boom, 1000 gal., c/w 2 sets tires, crop dividers, only 1257 hrs., a s k i n g $ 1 9 2 , 5 0 0 O B O. P h o n e C o l i n 780-384-2265 Sedgewick, AB. 2005 JD 4920, 5 way nozzle body, 1200 gal. SS tank, 120’ boom, inductor, Raven 5 sensor AutoHeight, AutoTrac ready, loaded. 2600 hrs. $149,000; 4 wide tires, JD 7100 3 PTH PLANTER, 8R36”, with tow$12,000. 306-435-7459, Wapella, SK. behind JD 777 air cart for fertilizer, $9000. sell separately. 204-828-3267 or 2001 JD 4710, 100’, LH and RH fence Will row nozzle, 2 sets of tires, 2600 hrs, 5-way 204-745-0415, Graysville, MB. nozzle bodies, 800 SS tank, AutoTrac ready, belly and wheel motor shields, exc. cond., greenlighted $118,000 OBO. Auto m a tic S pra ye r 204-825-7277, La Riviere, MB. Bo o m H e igh tC o n tro l 2004 CASE IH 4410, 1,630 hrs., 1,200 gal. SS tank, 90’ boom, deluxe cab, Viper EAS Y TO IN S TALL! controller, GPS, 5 way nozzle bodies, foam W o rks o n m o s tS p ra yers . marker, chemical inductor, fence row nozF in d o u ta b o u tyo u rs . zles, 380/85R46 tires. Excellent condition! Co m p el te $$ $149,000.00 Call Jordan anytime 00 00 403-627-9300. Pincher Creek, AB. kit ju s t RAVEN SMART BOOM sectional controller, $1100; Raven SCE5000 product controller, $650; Raven AutoBoom height controller, $650. 306-537-0942 cell, 306-771-4319 office, Edenwold, SK. 2005 ROGATOR 1074, all options, 2630 w w w .gre e n tro n ics .co m hrs., $155,000 OBO. Phone 306-497-2715, Blaine Lake, SK. 1997 WILLTEN HIGH clearance sprayer trailer, tandem axle, 8 wheels, elec. brakes, pintle hitch, $8500. 780-203-7312, Edmonton, AB.

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2004 SUMMERS ULTIMATE susp. boom, 90’, 1000 gal, 100 gal rinse tank, triple nzl., 5 sections, Raven 450 or trimble cont. $22,000. 306-220-8588, Edenwold, Sk. FRONT MOUNT SCHULTE for 9600 fits FLEXI-COIL S67XL suspended boom Case 5250 tractor, not used last 10 yrs., sprayer c/w 100” booms, 1500 gal. tank, $4500. 204-522-0116, Waskada, MB. wind deflectors, 14.9R46 tires- 85% and 580 70R42 floats- 95%, SP655 monitor/ controller, shedded, very low acres, $32,000. Phone 403-936-5797, Calgary, 2004 JD 7400, 818 cutter head hrs, greas- AB. Pics available at er, Xenon lighting, high arc spout, inoculat o r, 6 4 5 A P U , a s k i n g $ 1 5 9 , 9 0 0 . FLEXI-COIL S67XL, 130’, 1250 gal, autorate wind curtain, rinse tank, GPS Raven 780-842-7324, Wainwright, AB. $22,000. Ph. 780-208-0199, Hairy Hill, AB. FORAGE HARVESTERS: JD Model 6750, 6850, 6710; Claas 870; NH FX60 4 WD. 2008 FLEXI-COIL S68 XL SPRAYER, Hay and corn headers available for all 1600 gal. 480/80/R38 tires, HM1C pump, SP655 monitor with auto rate, 100’ wheel units. 204-522-6333, Melita, MB. boom, double nozzle bodies, air induction tips, mint condition. $29,000. 306-932-2306, Plenty, SK.

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MACDON SPRAYER ATTACHMENT with money-back guarantee, front-mount, fits MacDon, Prairie Star and Premier 9300 series swathers, 90’ booms, 400 US gallon tank, chem. handler, radar triplex T-jet n o z z l e s . $ 7 9 0 0 . Tr a d e s w a n t e d . 1-800-667-4515. WILMAR 765SE, 1995, 4476 hrs, 125 HP JD engine, 85’, 600 gal., Outback S with mapping, good 12.4x42 tires, crop dividers, $30,000. Can email pictures. Phone 306-365-7149, 306-365-3001, Lanigan, SK 1996 3630 MELROE SPRA-COUPE, 2500 hrs., single nozzles, 300 gal. tank, 80’ boom, Raven controller, foam marker, extra lighting package, tires like new, always shedded, engine- knocks, needs to be replaced, $18,500 OBO. 306-948-2919 after 6:00 PM, Biggar, SK. AG SHIELD 60’, manual fold boom, triple nozzle heads, will sell with or individually. 500 gal. tank, foam marker, sprayer monitor and 1980 3/4 ton with flatdeck. 306-672-3666, Gull Lake, SK. 2007 JD 4830, 5-way nozzle bodies, 2600 display, w/AutoSteer and AutoBoom shut-off, two sets of tires, $175,000. Phone 306-747-4435, 306-961-8817 cell, Shellbrook, SK.

2006 JD 4720 90’, 800 gal. SS 5-way nozzle bodies, GPS ready, 1900 hrs, Raven AutoBoom, Greenlighted, loaded, 2 sets tires, mint, shedded, $169,000. 306-645-4423, Rocanville, SK. ROGATOR 854 1999, 3800 hrs., 90’, Viper, auto-tie, 2 sets of tires, flood lights, GPS, $59,800. Calgary, AB. 403-650-7967.

THREE 2004 ROGATORS 1064, 1700 hrs., 2 sets tires for each. Support trailers also avail. 204-867-3147, Minnedosa, MB. 2010 JD 4830, 221 hrs., mint, Greenlighted Dec, 2010. Extended warranty. Call for details, 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. MELROE 210 SPRA-COUPE, foam marker, good condition, $3500. Phone 2009 JD 4730, 800 gal. SS tank, 100’ 306-873-5788, Tisdale, SK. boom, ATR, hyd. tread adjust, 380 tires, 810 hrs., $186,000 OBO. 306-834-7319, 2005 ROGATOR 1074, exc. cond., 1000 gal., 90’, AutoSteer, Raven cruiser touch Major, SK. screen GPS, 3850 hrs., $102,000 OBO. 2007 CIH 3320, 1197 hrs., $219,000; 2006 Blaine Lake, SK, phone 306-497-3322. Rogator 1074, 2 sets of tires, loaded, $169,000; 2004 Melroe 4640, $74,000; 2000 APACHE 790, 750 tank, 90’ booms, 2005 Melroe 4650, 78,000. Hergott Farm GPS, 3300 hrs., good cond., $42,000 OBO. Equipment, 306-682-2592, Case IH Hum- Ph/text: 306-684-5425, Moose Jaw, SK. boldt, SK. 1997 HAGIE 284, 90’ boom, 2900 hrs., JD 4920, 1250 gal. SS tank, 120’ booms, 5.9L Cummins, 200 HP, Raven autorate, 2 sets tires, 5-way nozzles, 1800 hrs., Au- g o o d c o n d i t i o n , a s k i n g $ 4 0 , 0 0 0 . totrac ready. 306-592-4524, Buchanan, SK. 403-321-0134, Morrin, AB. 2003 JD 4710, 800 gal. SS tank, 90’ boom, 1998 4640 SPRA-COUPE, 2350 hrs., hyd. tread adjust, 2 sets tires, GS 2600 auto trans., GPS, AutoSteer AutoBoom display, swath control and auto boom, shutoff, 2 rates, 3-way tips, foam mkr, new $135,000. 306-743-5178, Langenburg, SK. 400 gal tank, 60’ boom w/2 sets of tires, asking $55,000. 306-782-7749 Yorkton, SK 2002 SPRA-COUPE 3640, 1198 hrs., exc. cond., many extras, $49,900. More info and pics at or call Mark at 204-895-8375, Winnipeg, MB. 2009 JD 4930, 935 hrs., 1200 US gal. SS tank, 120’ boom, 2 sets tires, AutoSteer ready, 5-way nozzles, JD AutoHeight, HID lighting, left/right fence line nozzle, autoair leveler, shedded, exc. cond., $259,000. Phone 306-224-4683, Glenavon, SK. CASE 4420, 120’, luxury cab leather, active susp, 650/65R38 floater tires, 320/90R46 TWO 2009 JD 4730s, 450 hrs, 100’ booms, narrow tires 3” fill, AIM command, full HID 5-way nozzles, AutoSteer, height and shut lights, ViperPro, AccuBoom sectional con- off controls, mapping, 2 sets of tires, shedtrol, AutoBoom height control, SmarTrax ded, crop dividers available, mint, farmer autosteer, 750 hrs, 262 GPS receiver owned, $220,000/ea. OBO. 780-753-8644, $260,000. Ph. 306-731-7129, Govan, SK. Veteran, AB.

SPRAYER TIRES: 4- 10 bolt adjustable rims, 3-320x90R50 Firestone- 85%, $6700 OBO. Darlingford, MB., 204-246-2094. 72’ 3 PTH SPRAYER, 500 gal. tank, hydraulic pump, $3000; Melroe 115 SpraCoupe, $2500. Phone 204-828-3267 or 204-745-0415, Graysville, MB. 2008 CHEMHANDLER III, 35 gallon, 2” plumbing. $1400. 306-982-4614, Christopher Lake, SK. 1983 CHEV, one ton, 4x4 with 1600x16 tires, 350, 4 speed, 400 Imp. Ag Shield tank, 60’ booms, triple flip nozzles, 9 HP Briggs, rate controller, markers. Wynyard, SK. 306-554-3122.

CONCORD 4812, 48’, 12” spacing, 4” Gen openers, new primary hoses, new extra tires, bearings, 340 bu. TBH tank, new auger, plastic flyte, $30,000. Rockglen, SK. 306-266-4871. 2006 56’ SEEDHAWK, 10” spacing, on board 397 w/3rd tank, liquid kit, 8” fill auger. Phone 306-335-2811, Lemberg, SK.

1998 5710, 4350 TBT drill, 64’ 4” packers, single shoot, 9.8” spacing, no openers, no MRB’s, 3 tanks, dual fan, $60,000; FlexiNEW FLOATERS for JD and Case spray- Coil 5000, 2340 TBT, 39’, 7” spacing, steel ers, 710/70R38 or 650/65/R38, Michelin packers, liquid kit, variable rate, $45,000. or Alliance; Dual kits and floats for Apache Phone 306-862-7038, Gronlid, SK. sprayers. 306-697-2856, Grenfell, SK. 2003 BOURGAULT 5710 Series II, 40’, BLUMHART 3 PTH sprayer, 300 gallon, 67’, 9.8” spacing, 3/4” carbide openers, Series hyd. pump and fold, autorate, foam mark- II dry MRBs, steel packers, 5350 TBH, dual er, always shedded, $6900. 204-556-2277, fans, rice tires, CTM. Phone 306-567-7326, Cromer, MB. Kenaston, SK. WANTED: 23.1x26 tires on 10 bolts, Ro- 2007 47’ BOURGAULT 5710, MRB II, 4” gator rims. Phone Jim, Choiceland, SK, semi-pneumatic packers, heavy trips, 306-862-8518. speed locks, dual castors, mid row air kit never been used, w/wo Raven NH3 1997 SPRAYER TRAILER pintle hitch, has kit w/sectional control, $93,000, tandem axle, air brakes, $6500 OBO. autorate choice of 6550 or 5350 tank. Camrose, AB. Phone 306-273-4745, Stornoway, SK. 780-878-1479. Email: 1994 SPRAYER TRAILER, Dutch Industries, tandem axle, 8 wheel, electric b r a ke s , n i c e s h a p e . $ 5 9 0 0 . P h o n e 1-800-667-4515. TRIDEKON CROP SAVER, crop dividers. Reduce trampling losses by 80 to 90%. Call Great West Agro, 306-398-8000, Cut Knife, SK.

1994 MORRIS MAXIM 34’, 7.5” spacing, new openers. 7180 air tank. $26,000. 306-567-8606 Hanley, SK. 2002 FLEXI-COIL 5000, 45’, 9” spacing, double shoot, w/2007 JD 1910 TBH, 340 bu., 3 tanks, variable rate, low acres; FLEXI-COIL 1720 TBH, double shoot. Phone 306-435-3811, Moosomin, SK.

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DEAL: 2001 JD 1820 61’ w/tank, $60,000; Steiger CM360 w/1997 4710 Concorde, $40,000. 306-642-8230, Moose Jaw, SK. 2002 47’ BOURGAULT 5710, 9.8” space, 450 lb. trips, 3” rubber, MRB dry, full dual castors, 3/4” carbide, c/w 5440 cart, dual fans, triple tank, variable rate, vg cond., $115,000. 306-648-3514, 306-648-7632, Bateman, SK. FLEXICOIL 6000, w/Barton II openers, c/w Flexi-Coil 3450 TBT tank, new style Flexi-Coil air pack, many updates, $50,000. 306-969-2110, Minton, SK. BOUGHT NEW IN 2002, 40’ 5000 Flexi-Coil 2340 variable rate cart, Atom Jet openers, 550 trip, low acres, factory markers, top cond., $59,500. 306-874-7590, Naicam, SK MORRIS MAXIM 34’ c/w 6180 TBH tank, , 7.5” spacing, super clean machine, $22,500. 204-529-2595, 204-523-6660, Cartwright, MB.

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JD 1820 36’ double shoot, 10” spacing, stealth paired row boots, steel packers, w/shedded 787 JD air cart, $45,000. 780-763-2462, Mannville, AB. BOURGAULT MIDROW BANDERS 24 MR Series 20, exc. cond., $395 ea. Grosse Isle, MB. Phone 204-791-0313, 204-981-1066. 2008 JD 1870 CONSERVA PAK drill and 430 bushel 1910 cart, $155,000. 780-853-7205, Vermilion, AB.


1994 FLEXI-COIL 5000, 45’, 9” spacing, 2320 tank, steel packers, liquid kit, $35,000. 306-946-2784 or 306-946-2373, Watrous, SK. 2006 BOURGAULT 6550, 3 tank metering, duals, rear hitch, dual fans, $82,000; 1997 BOURGAULT 4300, 3 tank metering single fan, $25,000. Call 306-228-9034, 306-228-7781, Unity, SK. WANTED: 3” or 4” rubber packers for 54’ 5710 Bourgault, 9.8” space, or will trade 3.5” steel. 306-369-4163, Bruno, SK. 1997 MORRIS MAXIM, 49’, 10” space, midrow NH3 coulters, single shoot w/alpine liquid, 6 run TBH Morris air kit, one owner, $25,000. Ph. 306-365-7149, 306-365-4752 Lanigan, SK. 40’ CONCORD AIR DRILL w/230 tank, Dutch low draft openers, (paired row), excellent stand for flax and canola, $27,000. 306-734-2345, 306-734-7721, Craik, SK. 2003 49’ MAXIM II air drill, 10” spacing, paired row, double shoot, exc. cond. Will consider heavy harrow or heavy duty cultivator on trade. $45,000. 306-746-4409, Raymore, SK. DAVIDSON TRUCKING, PULLING AIR drills/ air seeders, packer bars, Alberta and Sask. 30 years experience. Bob Davidson, Drumheller, 403-823-0746 2003 BOURGAULT 4710 disc drill, 40’, 10” spacing, 787 JD 180 bu. tank, good for heavy straw and wet cond. $30,000. 306-948-2906, Biggar, SK. 2007 55’ BOURGAULT 3310, 10” spacing, $159,000; 2000 64’ Bourgault 5710, 12” spacing, MRB, $79,000; 2003 Bourgault 5710 54’, 9.8” spacing, DS, rubber, $89,000; 1998 54’ Bourgault 5710, 9.8”, MRB, steel, $59,000; 1993 45’ Flexi-Coil 5000, 2320 tank, 9” spacing, single shoot, $59,000; 1996 Concord 48-12, 48’, 12” spacing, liquid, $29,000; 1998 Bourgault 5000, 2320 TBT, 9” spacing, 4” rubber packers, $79,000; 2006 Bourgault 6550, 3 tank meter, $89,000; 1998 Bourgault 4350, DS, $38,000; 1996 Bourgault 3225, $16,500; 2008 Bourgault leading 6450, 3 tank, $85,000; 2005 Bourgault 6550 ST, 3 tank metering, DS, $79,000; 1991 Bourgault 3165, reconditioned, $14,500; Morris Mag 2+ 1610 cart, $9,900; Bourgault FH 536, 42/2155, $18,000; Flexi-Coil 800/1610, 33’, $19,500; new 53’ 8810 cultivator, call for pricing. RD Ag Central, 306-542-3335, 306-542-8180, Kamsack SK 2009 SEED HAWK 4412 and 500 bu. TBH Seed Hawk cart, large front castors, only seeded 3500 acres, shedded. Provost, AB. Phone 403-479-2806 or 780-753-7257 email: NH SD 440, 2007, Flexi-Coil 5000 HD drill, 58’ 10” centre, 550 trip, double shoot, 4-1/2 steel, dual casters, stealth carbide paired row, twin primary blockage c/w SC430, 430 bu., TBH variable rate, stored inside, one owner, $129,500. Calgary, AB. Phone 403-936-5797. Pictures available at THE AIRSEEDER HOPPER, fits 10” FlexiCoil grain cart auger, $800. 306-946-8875, Simpson, SK. MORRIS MAXIM, low acre, 30’ air drill, 7.2” spacing, single shoot, liquid fertilizer, 7130 TBH cart, motor driven fan, shedded, $28,900. 306-744-7663 or 306-744-7930, Saltcoats, SK. JD 36’ 1820 drill w/1900 TBH air cart AtomJet openers, 3” rubber press, always shedded, exc. cond. 306-336-2369, Lipton.

BART’S TRANSPORT INC. Specializing in t o w i n g a i r d r i l l s , S K / A B o n l y. 306-441-4316, North Battleford. 2005 BOURGAULT 5710, 59’, 450 lb. trip, 9.8” sp., 5.5 pneumatic packers, MRB 1s w/Pattison dual boom liquid, in-frame gates, harrows, 4” Atom Jet single shoot openers c/w 2005 6550ST, single shoot, duals, 4-tank metering, zinx monitor. 17,000 acres on drill, 9000 on openers, 357 SEEDHAWK 42’, liquid and dry fertexc. cond. $175,000. Ph. 204-647-4023, lizer. Ph 306-453-6092 or 306-577-7836 cell, Carlyle, SK. Gilbert Plains, MB. USED 30’ AIR DRILL, disc type JD 1820, 53’ wide, 10” spacing, stealth WANTED: double shoot, w/tank, 306-370-4904, openers, double shoot, blockage kit. No or Hepburn, SK. cart. $27,000 Phone 780-777-9533, 780-914-7247, St. Michael, AB. 2005 29’ MORRIS Maxim II air drill, 7240 double shoot, 10” spacings, Atom 1991 CONCORD 6012, 3000 tank, liquid TBT, kit, markers, field ready, $35,000. Phone Jets. 306-969-2106, Minton, SK. 306-731-2333, Lumsden, SK. 2007 NH SD 440 (Flexi-Coil 5000 HD) MORRIS MAXIM AIR drill, 34’ single drill 58’, 10” centre, 550 trip, double shoot, 7.5” spacing, rubber packers with shoot, 4-1/2” steel, dual casters, Stealth 7 1 8 0 M o r r i s a i r t a n k , $ 3 3 , 0 0 0 . carbide paired row, twin primary blockage c/w SC430 (430 bu.) tow behind variable 204-352-4378, Plumas, MB. rate, stored inside, one owner, $129,500. WANTED: USED 3” packers and gangs for 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. Flexi-Coil 5000, 9” spacings. Phone FLEXI-COIL 7000 60’, slim DS, Atom Jet, 306-472-5700, Lafleche, SK. blockage, steel packers, low acres, 3450 2008 NH SD 440, 39’, 4” paired row open- TBT 2003, DS, 10,000 acres cart life. ers on 10” centers, double shoot, double Priced to move. 306-628-3528, Leader, SK. castors, harrows, w/3450 Flexi-Coil cart, 3 comp. primary blockage, $114,000. Ninton 2007 JD 1830 57’, 10” spacing, single shoot, 3” rubber packers with 2007 JD Jct., AB. ph 780-723-8033, 780-712-1964. 1910 430 bu. air cart. 306-464-2135, Lang, 39’ FLEXI-COIL 5000 air drill, w/12” spac- SK. ing, 1720 tank, asking $30,000. Phone 2000 BOURGAULT 5710, 54’. Auction Tues306-773-9729, Swift Current, SK. day April 19th, Tisdale, SK. 306-873-5488 2009 SEED HAWK 600 air tank, all options, B r u c e S c h a p a n s k y A u c t i o n e e r s , SCT ready, TBH, used one season, $85,000 (PL# 912715) OBO. 306-497-2715, Blaine Lake, SK. MORRIS MAXIM II 35’, 10” spacing, 3.5 2009 60’ 60-12, 12” spacing, Seed hawk steel, 7180 TBH 3rd tank, SS, hyd. fan, tool bar w/dual casters on wings, 30.5x32 new 3” carbides on Stealth, $45,000. on rear frame, 400 plus Seed hawk seed 780-694-2512, Wanham, AB. cart, 2 fans, $220,500. 306-449-2255, A E 2002 FLEXI-COIL 5000, 57’, 9” spacing, Chicoine Farm Equip.,Storthoaks, SK. 550 lb. trips, single shoot, 4.5” steel packSEEDHAWK 3212 WITH 600 acres on new ers, new small and large hoses, 1 season seed and fert. openers. Set up with Raven on VW10 full carbide points and seed NH3. Loup II drill monitor for tank level boots, TBT, no tank, great shape, asking and seed count. Drill fill, hitch and winch. $49,000. 403-647-1127, Grassy Lake, AB. albums/vv297/Toader13/IMG_1349.jpg WANTED: 190 BUSHEL JD 1900 TBH air cart. Call 306-757-6878 after 6:00 PM, or email: Craven, SK. 70 NEWLY REBUILT Atom Jet 3” paired row, dual shoot granular seed boots, 50% 2002 3280 HARMON air drill, 32’, 9.6” spacing, c/w Ezee-On 2175 tank, liquid or of new price. 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK NH3, also 1000 gal. TBT liquid cart, excelGEN OPENERS from Flexi-Coil air drill. lent cond., $28,000 (will separate liquid kit Phone 306-547-2792 eves., Hazel Dell, SK. and cart). 403-740-4766, Donalda, AB.

2011 42’ SEEDMASTER, 12” space, w/2010 BOURGAULT 40’ 5710, MRB’s, new rubber Simplicity air tank, 370 bu., w/vaiable press, $49,900; $39,900; Bourgault 54’ rate. Mark 403-505-9524, Ponoka, AB. 5710, MRB’s and TBT 5350, $119,900; Bourgault 60’ 8810, packers, DS and Bour2004 NH SD440, 57.9”, double shoot, gault 5440 tank, $106,000; Flexi-Coil 51’ dual casters, 3-1/2” steel packers, atom 5000 12” w/mid row shank and JD 787, jet openers, c/w SC-430 variable rate, TBT $45,900; Flexi-Coil 57’ 5000 9”, rubber, DS tank, dual fans, hyd. unloading auger and and Flexi-Coil 2320, $39,900; Flexi-Coil on-board seed treater, shedded. Phone 5000 39’ w/2320, coming. Note: Will sep306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK. arate Flexi-Coil drills/tanks. Hergott Farm 2003 39’ MORRIS MAXIM II, 10” spac- Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. ing, Edge-On shanks, 3-1/2” steel packers, 2000 33’ FLEXI-COIL 5000, 12” spacing, liquid kit, Atom Jet liquid side band open- 5-1/2” rubber packers, DS stealth openers, ers at 80%, dual walking castors vg cond.; Ezee-On 2175 hyd. fan tank, Raven NH3 kit Also MORRIS 7130 AIR CART w/hyd. $46,000. 403-934-6627, Strathmore, AB. drive fan and auger, always shedded, vg condition. Can sell items separately. 2003 JD 1890 with 787 TBH 230 bushel, really nice drill, $55,000; 94 Concord 4010 306-744-2407, Bredenbury, SK. with 3000 TBH 300 bushel cart, NH3, 3” RUBBER PACKERS for Bourgault 40’ d u t c h o p e n e r s , 5 p l e x , $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 . 5710 drill, 9.8” space, $7800. Also 8” air 701-570-0896, Ray, North Dakota. seeder hopper for semis (Bourgault), never 2006 JD 1895 43’ AIR DRILL with 1910, used, $1200. 306-369-4163, Bruno, SK. 430 bu. cart, dual shoot, JD seed blockage 2008 BOURGAULT 3310 75’, 10” spac- monitors, new tires, Raven NH3 controller, ing, MRB, $160,000; 2010 Bourgault NH3 hyd winch, duals on cart, $135,000. 6550, 4 tanks, DS, high output fans, Zinx 204-746-5147, 204-746-2026, Morris, MB. monitor for variable rate application, $110,000. 306-441-4529, North Battleford, 5-1/2” NOMADIC PACKERS for 64’ 5710 Bourgault air drill. Call 306-273-4745, SK. Stornoway, SK. 34’ MORRIS MAXIM AIR DRILL w/ 7180 tank, 10” sp. FS, pr. row, NH3 kit, NH3 2008 CASE/IH ATX700, 70’ air drill, 10” tank; ‘75 Chevy C60 truck w/wo 1200 gal. spacing, dbl. chute w/anhydrous kit, 3.5” steel packers, Atom Jet openers, blockage water tank. Langham, SK. 306-341-3140 m o n i t o r s , d r i l l o n ly, $ 9 0 , 0 0 0 O B O. 76 ATOM JET OPENERS, 4” double 780-210-1000 eves., St Paul, AB. shoot, paired row, carbide, for C-shank, $100/ea.; 45’ of 3.5” steel packers for MORRIS MAXIM 34’, 10” spacing, DS, 5000 Flexi-Coil drill on 9” spacing, c/w ax- paired row, w/7300 TBH w/3rd tank, les and bearings ready to bolt on, $6500. $45,000. 306-827-4911, Radisson, SK. 780-837-1664, 780-837-0146, Falher, AB. JD 1820/1910 60’, steel packers, 10” spac1997 4010 40’ Concord/CIH (red) c/w ing, all run blockage, 430 bus. tank, Atom 3400 TBH tank, double shoot, Anhydrous Jet side band, variable rate, $110,000. kit, disk levelers on all openers, Anderson 306-421-0448, openers, exc. cond., many new parts, extra Torquay, SK. parts, $36,000 OBO. 403-742-5795, Ers1997 40’ BOURGAULT 8810, 8” spacing, kine, AB. 550 lb. heavy trips, 3/4 Bourgault carbide 2- 1998 BOURGAULT 5710, 12” spacing, tips, Series I MRBs (3 yrs), QA gang packliquid kits, Atom Jet knives- used 1 sea- ers and harrows, Dickey John NH3 rate son, 4” rubber, 3-1/2” steel packers, controller, exc.; 2003 BG 5350 air tank, $36,500 each. Call 306-228-9034 or single shoot/fan, CRA, Rice tires, shedded, mint. Will consider splitting, $100,000 306-228-7781, Unity, SK. OBO. 306-682-3468, Humboldt, SK. 1 9 9 7 6 0 - 1 2 C O N C O R D , 4-row, DS granular, w/liquid kit, $33,000. Weyburn, 4812 CONCORD/CIH 1999, Edge-On shanks, chrome 5” openers, 3 bar harrows, SK. 306-842-5891, 306-861-7488. c/w Flexi-Coil 2320 seed cart. 230 BU. JD 787 w/41’ 1060 seeding tool- 403-823-9370, Drumheller, AB. full tillage with double disc openers, on row packing, single shoot, good condition, BOURGAULT 5710 30’, 9.8” MRB, with $13,900; 41’ 1060 tool, $4000. Delivery 5200 tank, only 5200 acres. $63,000 available. Call Brian 204-856-6119, 306-856-2304, Ardath, SK. 204-685-2896, MacGregor, MB. 2001 29’ MORRIS Maxim II air drill, 10” FLEXI-COIL 5000, 28’ air drill, 1720 tank, spacing, 3-1/2” steel D.S., paired row, double shoot, Atom Jet openers. Phone 7180 tank, shedded up to last two yrs., approx. 1100 acres/yr, one owner, $39,000. 306-358-2120, Macklin, SK. 306-692-3540 eves., Moose Jaw, SK. 50 ANDERSON OPENERS, triple shoot NH3, fits C-shanks, $50 OBO. Phone 2005 CONSERVA PAK 5612, Platinum II Independent openers, new set of paired 306-873-5788, Tisdale, SK. row openers last yr; $85,000; 2006 3850 AS NEW NH P2050 air drill 29’, DS, TBH Flexi-Coil TBH 6 run DS variable rate, P1030 air tank, 280 bu., stored inside. $45,000. 780-778-0796, Mayerthorpe, AB. 403-832-2415, Seven Persons, AB. 1998 MORRIS MAXIM 40’, 7-1/2” spac1 5 0 RO U N D 1 4 0 0 l b. a l f a l f a / T i m o - ing, 3-1/2” steel packers, rock guards, thy/crested wheat bales, net wrapped, mud scrapers, edge-on shanks, AtomJet 70%/30%. 75 lb. small sq. bales in shed, side band openers, dual shoot, c/w 2000 no rain, same mix as round. Round $45, Morris 7300 TBH cart, w/40 bu. third tank, square $4.50. Brandon MB. Evenings $49,500. 306-548-4344, Sturgis, SK. 204-483-3254 or 204-724-6063. WANTED: 50’ TO 75’ Seek Hawk or Seed ATOM JET 4” paired row openers, 70% Master air drill with or without tank. Phone g o o d , h a l f p r i c e : 8 0 a t $ 1 0 5 / e a . 306-647-2459, Theodore, SK. 204-937-7678, Roblin, MB. NEW 2011 FLEXI-COIL 5000 HD 58’, 10”, EZEE-ON 7550 48’, 10” spacing, 3-1/2” 4” rubber, c/w TBT 4350 variable rate dousteel packers, scrapers, DS, Atom Jet side ble shoot. Cam Don Motors 306-237-4212, band carbide openers, w/4350 Ezee-On Perdue, SK. TBH tank. 780-872-2832, Paradise Hill, SK. 1997 40’ MORRIS MAXIM air drill, 39’ MORRIS MAXIM air drill, 7300 TBH paired row, double shoot, 7300 tow behind tank, Atom Jet boots, asking $45,000. tank, field ready, $46,500. 306-648-2253, 306-537-5677, Lampman, SK. 306-648-7110 cell, Gravelbourg, SK. 2004 MORRIS MAXIM II air drill, 35’, 10’’ WANTED: JD 1820 36’, 10” spacing, with spacing, DS with Atom Jet granular side air cart, double shoot. Call 403-312-0678, band openers, c/w Morris TBH 7180 tank, Vulcan, AB. $40,000. 306-741-9408, Aneroid, SK. 1995 35’ BOURGAULT 5710, 7” spacing, 1998 60’ MORRIS MAXIM, DS, 1 yr. old 350 lb. trip, new hoses, c/w 2130 air tank, Dutch boots, 3” steel packers, c/w 360 bu. single shoot, $31,000. 306-476-2501, 3rd tank, var. rate, rice tires, $59,000 OBO. Rockglen, SK. Stephen 403-795-1171, Fort MacLeod, AB. BOURGAULT 5710 52’, 12.6” spacing, JD 1895 42’ single disc air drill, 10” space, MRB’s, 5440 double shoot tank, $75,000. MRB, c/w JD 1910 350, 3 tank TBH, 306-456-2884, Oungre, SK. variable rate, shedded, field ready, 40’ MORRIS NEVER pin disc. drill c/w 10” $140,000. 780-847-3792, Marwayne, AB. spacing, side band, liquid or dry. Like new. 2003 HARMON 5280, 52’, 12” spacing, $29,500; 7240 Morris TBT tank c/w 3rd double shoot, heavy packers, 350 bushel. tank. Excellent. $38,500. 306-441-1259, H a r m o n t o w b e t w e e n a i r c a r t . North Battleford, SK. 306-554-3122, Wynyard, SK. 2004 BOURGAULT 5710, 64’, 3-1/2” steel FLEXI-COIL 1720, TBT, air tank, double packers w/10” spacing, c/w 2004 5440 shoot, stored inside, exc. cond., $17,000 TBH tank, 10” auger, double shoot, rear OBO. 403-652-1896 eves, High River, AB. hitch. 306-397-2678, Edam, SK. 2003 5350 BOURGAULT air seeder tank, WANTED: 60’ Morris Maxim II, w/min. dual shoot. Contact 306-398-2695 or 430 bu. tank, double shoot, steel V pack306-398-7838, Cut Knife, SK. ers, 10” space. 780-835-4761, Blue Sky AB CONSERVA PAK CP 399, 39’, can be 9” or 12” spacing, c/w Flexi-Coil 1615 TBT, DS air cart, seeder converted to pin-on fert. tips, several tires recently replaced, 2000 FLEXI-COIL 820ST 44’, 9” spacing, $32,000. Call Jim 306-695-2449, or Chris Atom Jet openers, 3450 340 bu. TBH tank, rear hitch, new manifold, shedded, 306-695-2460, Indian Head, SK. exc. cond., $40,000 OBO. 204-785-0556, 33’ FLEXI-COIL 5000, TBH 1720 cart, sin- Selkirk, MB. gle shoot, 7.2” spacing, 3/4” knives, 3 rollers, $28,000. 306-648-2959, Gravel- 1994 BOURGAULT 8800, 32’, heavy trips, 4-bar harrows, 8” spacing and 3165 bourg, SK. air cart, single shoot, new hyd. fan motor, 2000 4012 Case Concord air drill, 2400 big rubber, rear hitch, 8” auger, mint cond, air tank, 12” space, edge on shanks, An- $30,000; Also 1992 CASE/IH 9230 4 WD derson openers, w/wo NH3, exc. cond. available. Ph 306-783-3897, Yorkton, SK. $41,000 obo. 780-679-5967 Armena, AB. 2000 CASE/IH CONCORD 2300 air tank, 5000 FLEXI-COIL AIR drill, with 2320 air ext. to 310 bu., rice tires, exc. cond., alt a n k a n d 3 r d t a n k , $ 4 8 , 0 0 0 . ways shedded, $18,500. 204-238-4911 or 306-768-2715, Carrot River, SK. 204-734-8261, Bowsman, MB. 33’ CONSERVAPAK, 12” spacing, c/w HARMON 32’, TRIPLE flex, 12” spacing, 787 JD tank, new seed tubes, etc ., 3100 tank, shedded, $15,000. Phone: 780-674-5732, Neerlandia, AB. $42,000 OBO. 403-284-0027, Fairview, AB.

1997 MORRIS MAXIM 39’ air seeder, Edge-On shanks, 12” spacing, 7180 TBT cart, $39,000. 306-577-8771, Carlyle, SK. 40’ BOURGAULT 9200, 12” spacing, 550 trip, granular, 3165 seeder, TBH, $35,000 OBO. 306-475-2666, Cardross, SK. BOURGAULT 8800 40’ air seeder, 8” spacing, 4 bar harrows, 11” knock-ons, 3195 cart, heavy wing packer, low acres, $35,000. 306-922-8149, Prince Albert, SK. 41 ATOM-JET 4” spread single shoot openers. 50% of new price. 403-553-2009, Fort Macleod, AB. WANTED: 8800-8810 Bourgault, 48-50’, w/wo 350 bu. Bourgault tank, granular kit; for sale: 8800 Bourgault 36’, 2155 tank, granular kit. 306-548-2969, Sturgis, SK. 1994 36’ BOURGAULT 8800 air seeder with 2155 tank and loading auger, Pattison liquid kit, poly packers, hyd. fan motor, has Bourgault liquid knock-ons. 306-421-2398 or 306-453-2772, Carlyle, SK.

WANTED: FLEXI-COIL 820 25’-40’ and 60’. Please call 403-586-0641, Olds, AB. 1993 JD 787, 230 bu., TBH w/35’ 610, 12” spacing, 3-bar harrows, All-Run monitor, Broadcast air kit, shedded, $22,000. Phone 306-753-2833, Macklin, SK. BOURGAULT 9200, 36’ air seeder, 12” spacing, 4-bar harrows, speed locks, FlexiCoil 1610 plus cart, fine roller, auger, good condition, $20,000. 306-445-9933, 306-246-4251, Mayfair, SK. WANTED: BOURGAULT AIR seeder with 3 2 ’ t o 3 6 ’ B o u r g a u l t c u l t i v a t o r. 306-984-4606 evenings, Leoville, SK. BOURGAULT 8800 36’, 3/4” knives, w/Haukaas markers, 8” spacing, quick attach packers and harrows, 3225 tank, gas run fan, good condition, $24,500. 306-329-4400, 306-227-4393, Asquith, SK. 26’ BOURGAULT VIBRA-MASTER, w/2115 air cart, poly packers, knives and spoons. $9500. 306-892-4747, Meota, SK.

57’ FLEXI-COIL 5000, single shoot, liquid kit, 4350 cart, 3.5” rubber capped packers, $65,000. Ray 306-536-0399 or Tyler 306-533-8834, Regina, SK. BOURGAULT 3225 TANK, double shoot, dual fans, one fan almost new, good shape, c/w monitor, wires and hoses, ready to hook-up and go, $16,500. Phone 306-243-4407, Macrorie, SK. 1998 BOURGAULT 9400, 34’ (28’-34’), 2155 tank, shedded, granular kit, side CONCORD 3400 air tank, ext. to 450 bu., draft eliminators, speed lock adapters, rebuilt fan, exc. shape, always shedded, 12,000 acres, $32,000. 403-823-6216, Drumheller, AB. $26,000. 306-631-0762, Moose Jaw, SK. BOURGAULT 8810 60’, packers, DS and 48 TECHNOTILL OPENERS, deeded 6000 5540 tank, $106,000. Ph Hergott Farm a c r e s , 1 / 2 p r i c e $ 1 7 5 e a c h . 306-882-2120, Rosetown, SK. Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 41’ FLEXI-COIL 820, 9” spacing, c/w 1720 w/3rd tank and System 75 packer bar, field ready, exc. cond., $36,500. Ph. 403-350-9088, Delburne, AB. 1996 BOURGAULT 8800 40’, 8” spacing, w/3/4” Bourgault knives, Pattison liquid kit, granular applicator kit, Q/A, packers and harrows, 3195 tank w/eng. driven fan, rear hitch. 306-432-4828 or 306-331-7150, Dysart, SK.

1995 42’ BOURGAULT 8800 floating hitch cult., mtd. 4-bar harrows, 2195 tank, 42’ TBH, P20 Bourgault packer bar, complete. $40,000. 306-497-2800, Blaine Lake, SK. 24’ 8810 BOURGAULT, 450 lb. trips, 8” spacing, Broadcast kit, c/w 2130 air cart, shedded. 780-889-2204, Heisler, AB. VICON 1650 AIR seeder, c/w 4000 deep tillage seeding tool. 306-443-2257 after 6:00 PM, Alida, SK. 40’ BOURGAULT 8800, 3225 tank, poly packers also c/w quick mount harrows, $34,000. 306-862-5904, Gronlid, SK. 2002 BOURGAULT 3225 air tank, 3 tanks, dual fans, tow hitch, shedded, $14,000. 403-599-2108, Milo, AB. 1994 FLEXI-COIL 1330 TBH, 28’ JD 610 seeder, $14,000 OBO. 306-387-6631, Lone Rock, SK.

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WANTED: DUTCH LAND ROLLER. Call: 204-746-5147, 204-746-2026, Morris, MB. 42’ SHOP BUILT LAND ROLLER, very heavy, with transport, $20,000 OBO. Craik, SK. 306-734-2345, 306-734-7721. 41 K-HART SHANK mount 4” wide rubb e r p a c ke r s . 5 0 % o f n ew p r i c e . 403-553-2009, Fort Macleod, AB. FLEXI-COIL 60” HARROW packer, $4000 OBO. 306-387-6631, Lone Rock, SK. RITE-WAY 4142 hydraulic landroller. 780-352-4842, Wetaskiwin, AB. 2008 50’ DEGELMAN heavy harrow hydraulic tine angle, used less than 1000 acres. 306-626-3651, Cabri, SK. WANTED: 50’- 60’ heavy harrow or 70’-80’ System 82 with pressure kit. 306-497-7748, Blaine Lake, SK.

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306-487-2 72 1 JD 610 40’ air seeder, seeding tool w/granular attachment, and 787 tank, 170 bushel. 306-882-2120, Rosetown, SK. FLEXI-COIL 2320 TBT air cart, excellent condition, new load auger and tub. 306-821-6646, Lloydminster, SK. 35’ MORRIS 8900, c/w 6130 tank, paired row Morris gumbo boots, 4-bar harrows, Pattison liquid kit, excellent direct seeding unit for wet conditions, $17,500. Grayson, SK. Phone 306-794-4717. 1990 52’ BOURGAULT 8800, floating hitch cult., mtd. 3-bar harrows, 3225 tank, 52’ TBH P20 Bourgault packer bar, complete. $40,000. Ph. 306-497-2800, Blaine Lake. 2000 BOURGAULT 8810, 30’ with Series II MRB and packers c/w 2006 Bourgault 5250, 3 tanks, 2 fans, in-cab master control, shedded until this year, $75,000. 780-624-3694, Peace River, AB. 1993 JD 610 SEEDING tool, 41’, 787 tank, with granular kit, double shoot manifold, shedded, excellent, $20,000 OBO. 306-497-3322, Blaine Lake, SK. 6350 BOURGAULT AIR TANK, 3 tanks metering and in-cab controls, $56,000. 306-768-2715, Carrot River, SK. 1995 BOURGAULT 8800, 28’ w/packers, air kit, always shedded, excellent condition, $19,500 OBO. 204-638-0911, Dauphin, MB CONCORD 1502 air tank, pull behind model, 170 bu., hyd. drive fan, large floatation tires, 1984. Not used in 16 yrs., good cond., shedded, good paint, $4800. Edwin 306-272-3848, Foam Lake, SK. 5710 BOURGAULT 40’ air drill w/mid row banders, c/w 5300 series air tank, $62,500. 306-768-2715, Carrot River, SK.

DEGELMAN HEAVY HARROWS 70’, can be shortened to 50’, good cond. Asking $16,000. 306-771-4209, 306-536-2990, White City, SK. DEGELMAN LR7651 land roller, 51’, 3 piece folding, used less than 3000 acres, as new, shedded, $37,500. Calgary, AB. Phone 403-936-5797. Pictures available at 40’ GANG MOUNTED K-Hart packers, 12” spacing now, but adjustable to all directions, $3500 OBO. Call Loren 306-747-3770, Shellbrook, SK. FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 82 tine harrows/sprayer, 500 gal. tank, can be used just as a sprayer w/markers, $4800. OBO. 780-663-2492, Ryley, AB. FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 82 harrows, 70’, $4000. Phone 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. Pics available at DEGELMAN LR7651 LAND ROLLER, 51’, 3 piece folding, used less than 3000 acres, as new, shedded, $37,500; FlexiCoil System 82 harrows, 70’, $4000. 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. 42’ MODEL 4200 Agri-Tech used landroll e r ; A l s o N e w 5 2 ’ l a n d r o l l e r. C a l l 403-330-7982, Nobleford, AB. TRUST THE PROVEN RITE-WAY LR4300 Series Land rollers. Special pricing- 50’ models only $35,900, 53’ models only $36,900. Call your nearest Flaman store today or call 1-888-435-2626, Saskatoon, SK. 2004 BOURGAULT HEAVY HARROW 7200, 72’, fully hyd., tine tilt, bar rise and lower, down pressure, $28,000 OBO. Call Chris 204-868-5329, Newdale, MB. 1998 DEGELMAN HEAVY harrow 50’ c/w Va l m a r # 2 0 5 5 ap p l i c at o r, $ 2 7 , 5 0 0 . 306-488-2182, Holdfast, SK. FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 85 heavy harrow, 84’, tines 19-20”, good condition, $18,000 OBO. 306-278-7753, Bjorkdale, SK. 2010 DEGELMAN LR 7651 land roller, 51’, used for 1500 acres. 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. 2008 DEGELMAN harrows, manual adjust, 2” of wear on 5/8” straight tines, $31,000. 403-546-2603, 403-888-3266, Acme, AB. 2009 82’ DEGLEMAN 7000 heavy harrow, fully hydraulic, done less than 3000 acres. 306-743-5178, Langenburg, SK. FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 70 P20 packers, one 56’ and one 62’ bar. 306-821-6646, Lloydminster, SK. 70’ MORRIS HEAVY HARROWS, $18,500. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK.



MORRIS 6180 TBH air tank, $4900. 306-773-7041, Swift Current, SK. 1998 FLEXI-COIL 3450 AIR CART, TBT mech. dual fan, vg cond., $25,000. Grimshaw, AB. 780-338-2990 or 780-617-0076. WANTED: GRASS SEED ATTACHMENT for International hoe drill, 8” spacing, 24’ wide. 306-225-4468, Osler, SK. COMPLETE SET of 66 Seed Hawk twin wing openers. Phone 306-452-7931, Redvers, SK. WANTED: 1” ATOM JET openers for Bourgault C shank drill. 204-648-5025, Ochre River, MB. 40 ATOMJET LIQUID 1” side band openers, fits C shank, like new, asking $75 OBO. 306-398-2046 or 306-441-7311, Rockhaven, SK. ANDERSON OPENERS, twin row, double shoot, edge-on for dry fertilizer. Comes with lots of extra parts. Call Richard 204-353-2670, St. Francois Xavier, MB.

MORRIS M1000 double disc drill, good HAYBUSTER ZERO TILL DRILLS Model condition, $4000. Phone 780-349-1805, 1 0 7 ’ s , r e c o n d i t i o n e d , f i e l d r e a d y. SEND US FREIGHT COLLECT your worn Westlock, AB. 403-627-5429, Pincher Creek, AB. out weld on tip knives- Bourgault, Dutch, 40 SEEDMASTER packer tires, tubed, JD 9450 HOE DRILL, 40’ (30’ and 10’), JD etc. We can re-tip with our chromium carused 1 season, will fit Seed Hawks, like spear openers have done 1200 acres, bide tip and return to you freight pre-paid. new, $30 each. 306-847-2048, Liberty, SK. 7-1/2” spacing, factory transport with new See this and many more super carbide rubber, used as a direct seeder, vg cond., products at our website V W 1996 BOURGAULT 4300 air tank, loading $10,000. Pictures available. 780-645-0445, Mfg, Dunmore, AB, 403-528-3350. a u g e r, r i c e t i r e s , $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 . P h o n e St. Paul, AB. 306-554-2029, Raymore, SK. 36 MORRIS PAIRED row 3” granular dual 650 BUSHEL HAUL-ALL Ind. seed fertilizer shoot openers, new side plates and dividJD 455 FOLD-UP with grain and fertilize tank, rear facing 7” discharge augers on ers, $1000 takes all. Doug 306-228-2949, combination, and press wheels, 30’. 27’ high boy trailer. Great for going on soft 306-228-9779, Senlac, SK. 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. fields. 306-842-4367 eves., Weyburn, SK. JD 9450 hoe drills, 40’, factory movers, 30’ JD 9350 hoe drills, c/w Atom Jet MORRIS CULTIVATOR. Shanks, trips, hart a r p s , s t e e l p a c k e r s , $ 1 2 , 5 0 0 . openers, factory mover, used last spring, rows, axles, wheels, wing frames, hyd. wheel and wing cylinders. NH3 kit, 32 780-789-2104, Thorsby, AB. exc. shape. 403-577-2179, Consort, AB. chrome spikes w/feed tubes, regulator, MORRIS 7180 AIR CART, 6-run variable 2005 CASE/IH 1200 16R30 planter, pivot manifolds and tank hitch. 306-492-2335, rate, currently set up single shoot, good trans., bulk fill, liquid fert, extra plates, Dundurn, SK. condition, $8000 OBO. 306-692-4251 or shedded, low acres, $64,000. Altona, MB. 60 MORRIS GUMBO boots, paired row, DS, 306-693-2142, Moose Jaw, SK. Phone 204-324-3647. Edge-On shanks, carbide at 50%, $3500. GOT STUCK? Largest inventory of tow 62 ATOM JET DOUBLE shoot side band 306-332-6776, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK. ropes and tow straps in Canada. All sizes, openers for sale. Phone 306-297-3270, for tractors up to 500 HP. We’ll ship to Shaunavon, SK. you! See your nearest Flaman store or call 1-888-435-2626. 2000 FLEXI-COIL 3450, TBT, variable rate air cart, DS, 8 run, exc. cond., $39,500 1995 BOURGAULT 3195 air tank, single OBO. Phone Ted 403-934-8503, Cluny, AB. shoot, excellent cond, shedded, $12,600. 306-549-2408, Hafford, SK. 40’ MORRIS 310 hoe drill w/new Atom Jet openers, steel packers, factory trans1993 JD HOE DRILLS model 9450, new port, $5500. 306-452-7391, Redvers, SK. knives last year with JD transport hitch, rubber packer wheels. 306-893-2815 or 240 VALMAR APPLICATOR, mounted on cell 306-903-7100, Maidstone, SK. 50’ drawbar, good cond. 306-963-2925 or 306-963-7651, Imperial, SK. JD 750 ZERO TILL DRILL, 15-1/2’, vg cond., c/w hyd. auger for filling, $15,000 30’ AND 35’ JD 455 fold-up grain drills. 1995 MAX EMERGE 2, JD 7200 planter. OBO. Phone 306-728-1582, Melville, SK. $35,000 and $36,000. Ph: 403-308-1238, Vg. cond., 12 row, 30” spacing, trash disk Taber, AB. double eliminator kits, always shedded, INTERNATIONAL 28’ 7200 HOE DRILL, Eagle Beaks, shoes very good condition, 2001 FLEXI-COIL 2340 air cart, TBH, Pro Max 40 flat disks plus other sets, bean $3000 OBO. 306-536-2840, Balgonie, SK. variable rate, all options; Also 2007 SC and sunflowers disks, 400 gal. liquid alpine 380 NH air cart, variable rate, TBH, all op- kit, (non corrosive fertilizer used), field ready. Lots of new parts in 2010. Loaded tions. 204-389-5463, Winnipeg Beach, MB. planter, have some spare parts. Can delivJOHN DEERE 30’ 9450 drill, grass attach- er. ment, markers, factory transport, shedded, $24,000 OBO. Ph: 204-743-2324 Cypress River, MB. $21,000. Phone 780-720-8003, Leduc, AB.

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North Battleford USED CONSERVA PAK PARTS: packer wheels, arms, seed boots and more. 306-445-9457 780-663-2492, Ryley, AB. FLEXI-COIL 1330 AIR CART, TBH, mond tread tires, vg cond., asking $6800. Phone 306-375-2518, Kyle, SK. 50 BOURGAULT TILLAGE tool Speed-Loc seed boots, with 2” spread tips. 306-947-2043, Hepburn, SK. 49 MORRIS EDGE-ON paired row boots FLEXI-COIL 1330 AIR cart, TBH, diamond with carbide tips, many new parts last tread tires, very good condition. Asking spring, $1200. Phone 306-692-4251 or $9000. 306-297-2333, Shaunavon, SK. 306-693-2142, Moose Jaw, SK. JD MAX EMERGE2 VACUMETER Corn 2 ATOM JET KITS for Versatile tractor, Planter. 40’, 16 row, 3 point hitch, liquid tanks, pumps, etc., good condition, $5000 fertilizer pressure kit installed, $37,000 O B O. 7 8 0 - 7 2 7 - 3 8 7 7 , 7 8 0 - 6 2 1 - 7 1 3 7 , OBO. Greg 780-704-0229, Provost, AB. Evansburg, AB. GRAY/ANDERSON TRIPLE shoot openers, 48 FARMLAND: 3.5” chrome openers; 12” set up for dry and/or NH3 or liquid, vg shovels; seed boots; all on one bolt con- cond. used on Flexi-Coil and Bourgault air vert system. 306-693-2615 Moose Jaw, SK drill, offers. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK.

CONVEYOR BELT SEED TENDER to fill your centre fill drill or planter boxes. Gentle on seed with fast unload speed. 250 or 450 bushel capacities split into 2 compartments for hauling 2 products. D&F Manufacturing Ltd. 204-746-8260 1996 8800 BOURGAULT 40’, 500 lb. trip, 12” space, Techno-till 3/4” knock-on knife, Bourgault air pack, Pattison liquid kit, 3195 Bourgault air tank, Kohler gas drive engine, 2005 Pattison liquid cart; John Blue piston pump, very good condition. 306-892-4313, Meota, SK. 50% OFF DUTCH 1515 POINTS (76) full carbide, nearly new, fit Flexi-Coil Stealth boots. Philip 403-867-2486, Foremost, AB.

EXPERIENCED TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: 8’ Kello 250 offset disc; 10’ Kello 225 offset disc; 10’ Agrator rotospike; 5 shank Kello 530 subsoiler; 5 shank Tatu ASCR- 5 subsoiler. Clean product. Red Deer, AB, 403-347-2601. 1992 FLEXI-COIL 5000 seed tool, 57’, 9” spacing, Atom Jet openers w/1994 FlexiCoil 2320 air cart, TBH, monitor and rear hitch; 2009 Rite-Way 45’ landroller, less than 1500 acres, as new; Case Dot B 24’ tandem disc; 1998 UFT grain cart, 750 bu. w/hyd. drive conveyor. 306-960-2950, Prince Albert, SK.

2002 FENDT 920 VARIO, 180 HP, CVT, WANTED: MODEL 225 DOW Kello built only 3310 hrs, c/w Quicke Q990 FEL, disc, 28’. Phone 306-742-4254, Wroxton, $106,000; 2001 FENDT 926 VARIO, 260 SK. HP, 3149 hrs, c/w duals, $126,000. Both CVT, 53 kms/hr, LHR, Michelin 710 WANTED: USED CULTIVATOR 55’-65’, mint, front axle and cab susp., 3 PTH, 1000 12” spacing. Call 403-312-0678, Vulcan, tires, PTO, 4 hyds. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB. AB. WANTED: GOOD USED Bourgault 8800 or 8810 cultivator, 50-60’, 330 or 430 trip, 8”, 10”, or 12” spacings. Myles 306-745-6140, cell 306-745-7530, Esterhazy, SK. 30’ WISHEK 842 disc, $35,000. 306-273-4644, 306-621-6673, Rhein, SK. 2006 EZEE-ON 4490, 24’ tandem disc., notched blades in front, less than 100 hrs., like new, $32,500. Call 306-476-2501, Rockglen, SK.

1987 DEUTZ 7145, with only 4500 hrs., duals, good condition, $15,000. Phone: 306-591-3134, Findlater, SK.

1997 WHITE 6215, FWA, 18 spd powershift, duals, 3 PTH, 5250 hours, $36,000. 403-994-7754, Olds, AB. WANTED: 1650, 1750, 1850 Cockshutt for parts or running; also #2-105 White tractor wanted. 306-395-2668 or 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. 2-155 SERIES 1, 8500 hrs, motor done at 6000 hrs, new rad, new water pump, big saddle tank, all new Firestone tires, 540/1000 PTO, $13,000 OBO. 306-372-4601, Denzel, SK.

1998 BELARUS 1770 4 WD, 945 orig. hrs, rubber like new, shedded, injection pump rebuilt, estate sale, $15,000. Vegreville, AB., 780-603-5307, 780-632-6372.

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G-Mac’s AgTeam Inc. NEW 18.4x34 12 PLY $595; 20.8x38 12 ply $795; 18.4x38 12 ply $695; 18.4x30 12 ply $549; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; 12.4x24 8 ply $278; 11.2x24 8 ply $229; 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 2007 MXU 135 LIMITED CASE Tractor, with loader and grapple fork. Excellent shape, 1300 hrs., fenders, always stored in heated shop. Asking $82,500. 306-778-2533, Swift Current, SK. 1992 9230, 4 WD, new rubber, 6410 hrs. 250 HP, great condition, $45,000; Also 1994 BOURGAULT 8800 32’ air seeder w/3165 tank. 306-783-3897, Yorkton, SK. CASE/IH STEIGER built, 4 WD/Quads; Plus other makes and models. Call the 4WD Super Store! Trades welcome. We deliver. Phone Gord 403-308-1135 Lethbridge, AB. REDUCED: 2007 MXU125 LTD., powershift, shuttle, AutoShift, HD electronic 3 PTH, LX156 loader and grapple, 20.8x38 fluids, 16.9x28 fronts, fenders, mirrors, light pkg, immaculate cond., very low hrs., $72,500. Ph. 780-864-1065, Wanham, AB. ULTIMATE WET SPRING POWER! Premium 2008 CASE/IH STX435Q, diff. locks, luxury cab, powershift, 4 remotes, performance monitor, 30” tracks, 55/gpm pump, 645 hours. 306-436-4349, Milestone, SK. 2010 535 QUAD TRACK, 600 hrs., loaded, leather, PTO, $270,000. 306-731-7129, Govan, SK.

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CASE 932 Comfort King, nice cab, duals, good rubber and metal, new clutch 2 yrs ago. 306-782-1586 evenings, Yorkton, SK. CASE 2594, 24 spd., low hrs., 650/38 Michelin duals, like new. Coalhurst, AB. Phone 403-394-4401. 1995 CIH 7230 MFWD Tractor, 3515 hrs., 3 PH, 520x42 duals, power shift, excellent condition. Jim Wilson, Darlingford, MB 204-362-2449. 9270, 1994 4 WD, 12 spd. exc. condition, superbly maintained, 6752 hrs., 24.5R32, $55,000. Ph. 780-679-7718, Camrose, AB. 1993 9280 6300 hrs., 20.8x42 tires, $20,000 work order in 2009, $62,000. 306-324-4432 Margo, SK. 1991 CASE/IH 9270, new 520 metrics, 12 speed std., 5100 hours, 250 hrs. on new rubber, bearing roll, valve set and new injectors, price reduced $63,000 OBO. 306-735-7787, Langbank, SK.

WANTED: 4494 CASE, shedded, w/low hrs, and PTO, big singles. 780-662-2617, Tofield, AB. CASE/IH STEIGER 9350, 2020 hrs., 12 spd. std. trans., M11 eng., 315 HP, no PTO, TRACTOR PARTS and quality engine re- vg cond, $82,000. Gull Lake, SK. Dale Conbuild kits. Tractor service manuals, in- nick, 306-672-8102 cell, or 306-672-3215. structive repairs. Owners manuals. Our NEW 2010 485 HD Case/IH 4 WD trac37th year. Toll free 1-800-481-1353, tor, 0 hrs, 485 HP, 800x38 tires, $265,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Stor1983 CASE 4690, 7238 hrs., 4 outlets, thoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. return line, PTO, 20.8x34 duals, 530 hrs. 1996 CASE/IH 9380, new 20.8x42 triples, on rebuilt eng., injection pump, injectors. 1000 PTO, Outback GPS, AutoSteer; 1989 Also trans. and powershift just done. Ask- Case/IH 9180, 600 hrs. on 20.8x42” triping $16,000. 204-537-2367 Belmont MB. les, Outback GPS, powershift. Phone 1993 CIH 9250, 5200 hours, powershift, 306-960-2950, Prince Albert, SK. 2 0 . 8 x 3 8 d u a l s , 4 hy d r a u l i c s . P h o n e 1982 5088 IH, 136 HP, 20.8x38 tires, du403-887-5491, Sylvan Lake, AB. als, 2 PTOs, 3 hyds., front weights, CASE 586 FORKLIFT, $12,500. Danny $14,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. Spence, Speers, SK. 306-246-4632.

1984 ALLIS 8010, C/A, 12 spd. powershift, 3 remotes, 540/1000 PTO, 110 HP, 8059 hrs., 20.8 R38 rears, 10.00/16 front tires, good rubber, $11,000 OBO. 306-782-3082, Yorkton, SK.

1982 BOURGAULT 546-52 cultivator, 52’, ALLIS 8030, CAHR, powershift, very clean, 8” spacing, 3 bar harrows, knock-on shov- low hours, shedded, $16,000. Cremona, els, original owner, good condition, AB, 403-875-2598. VALMAR 240 IMPLEMENT mount granular $20,000. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. 1997 9455 AGCO Allis tractor, FWA, 3500 applicator, hydraulic fan, electric clutch and monitor, $250 OBO. 306-231-9788 or KELLO-BILT DISC PARTS: Blades and hrs, w/12’ Leon 4-way dozer blade, bearings. Parts to fit most makes and $50,000, without blade $40,000. Lloyd306-682-3336, Muenster, SK. models. minster, AB. 780-847-2148, 780-847-2299 2- 3225 BOURGAULT air carts, 2 comp., 1-888-500-2646, Red Deer, AB 1989 DEUTZ 6275, canopy, MFWD, 72 HP, singe fan, rear tow hitch, $17,500 ea. OBO. 2008 EZEE-ON 1275, 14’ offset disc, mint, 3 PTH, loader, 4500 hrs., nice, $16,900 403-666-3939 ext. 803, Etzikom, AB. $24,500. 306-827-4911, Radisson, SK. OBO. Call Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbech, TWO MORRIS SEED-RITE 80-11 hoe drills, MB. 2 x 1 2 ’ s , $ 2 0 0 0 . 7 8 0 - 6 0 3 - 5 3 0 7 , KEWANNEE 16’ BREAKING disc, $19,000; Wishek 22’ disc, $22,000; Steiger 42’ rock 780-632-6372, Vegreville, AB. 8070, MFWD, powershift, good rubcushion disc, $15,000; Phoenix 42-52’ har- ALLISAllis 185 c/w Allied FEL, very clean. 36 SERIES II MRB’s, $135 ea.; 2 Haukaas rows. ber; Phone 403-394-4401, Coalhurst, AB. markers for 40’ cultivator, $500 OBO. 1-866-938-8537, Portage la Prairie, MB. 204-526-7680, Holland, MB. 2600 ALLIS TANDEM disc and MORRIS 69 STEALTH 4 1/2” openers, brand new B3-48 multiplex. Call Don 306-782-5837, carbide tips and wings. 780-367-2593, Yorkton, SK. leave message. Willingdon, AB MORRIS 31’ CP NH3 kit, Micro-Trak rate 80 BOURGAULT 3/4” seed boots, equipped controller, c/w two 3’ wings, $14,000; Two with side band liquid tips, like new $115 1000 gallon tanks and wagons, $8000. 204-937-3195, Roblin, MB. each. Call 306-536-4118, Regina, SK.


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CHEAP HP, 1980 Case/IH 4890, 300 HP, 20.8x38 duals, no PTO, $17,500 OBO. 306747-7032, 780-991-0786, Shellbrook, SK. 4490 CASE, 3942 hours, dual, exc. cond; 1070 Case w/ FEL, bucket and bale forks, 7980 hours. Langham, SK. 306-241-3140 2090 CASE 2 WD, 3 PTH, 6,000 hrs., new rubber, $10,500; Case 2294, FEL, 3 PTH, $14,500. 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. CASE/IH 9380, Firestone triples, powershift, 4800 hours, shedded, $95,000. 403-647-7391, Foremost, AB. WANTED TO BUY: 2090 Case with weak or blown engine. 306-395-2668, Chaplin, SK. 656 IHC FARMALL Western Special diesel, g o o d s t r a i g h t t r a c t o r, $ 6 5 0 0 O B O. 780-929-9300 eves., Sherwood Park, AB.


2006 CASE/IH 480, quad track, 3000 hrs., high flow hyds., nice shape, $154,000 or trades. 306-831-7863, Rosetown, SK.

1978 STEIGER ST250, 3306 Cat, less than 500 hrs since rebuild, new rad, turbo, etc., tires 95%, new cab liner kit, asking $25,000. Pics available. Rented out grainland. 204-385-2792, Gladstone, MB. 2008 7430 PREMIUM JD, 540/1000 PTO, front fenders, cab, loader, grapple, 75C 4900 HRS., Leon 6 way blade, vg JD 741 self levelling, 780 orig. hrs, 140 c o n d . , t r a c k s 7 5 % , $ 6 8 , 0 0 0 O B O . HP, MFWD, 4 spd., powerquad, front hood 403-572-3700, Drumheller, AB. guard, weight: 14,594 lbs., exc. cond., $115,000 OBO. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. NEW 18.4x30 12 PLY $549; 20.8x38 12 ply $795; 18.4x34 12 ply $595; 18.4x38 12 ply $695; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; 12.4x24 8 ply $278; 11.2x24 8 ply $229; 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. JOHN DEERE 9630T, 2010 MODEL, two to choose from, AutoSteer, PTO, front weights, HID lights. Gord 403-308-1135, Lethbridge, AB. JD 8630, 4 WD, 1200 hrs. on new eng., 300 hrs. on rebuilt trans, 1000 PTO, rubber good, $20,000 or TAKE CATTLE ON TRADE. Barry 306-421-1495, Estevan, SK. 2006 JD 9420, 4 WD, 2998 hrs., 18 spd., powershift, AutoTrac ready, 5 hyd., case drain return, 620/46 duals, HID lighting, deluxe comfort pkg. w/active seat, buddy seat, stored inside, asking $178,000. Phone 780-818-9001, Leduc, AB. 1997 JD 9400, 4497 hrs, 24 spd. partial powershift, 4 SCV’s, JD AutoTrac ready, 710/70R38. 780-842-7324 Wainwright, AB

1995 CASE/IH 9280, 5666 hrs., runs great, new tires spring 2009, injectors and fuel pump set to 397 HP by Cummins, sharp tractor, ready for 2011 crop year, $80,000 OBO. Ph. Blair 306-722-7712 cell or 306-722-3641 home, Fillmore, SK. Email 2002 STX375, 1700 hrs., high capacity hydraulics, powershift, always shedded, $128,000 OBO. 204-851-0745, Elkhorn, MB 2010 STX 435, 250 hrs, loaded, PTO, lux. WANTED: JD TRACTORS: Parts for cab, HID lights, 710-42’s, AutoSteer, war- 2010, 3010, 4010, 3020, 4020, 4320, ranty. 306-231-7212, Middle Lake, SK. 5020, 2130, 3130, 4030, 4230, 4430, 8430, 8630, 3140, 4040, 4240, 2009 CASE/IH 385, 620 hrs., 55 GPM 4630, 4640, 4840, 8440, 8640, 6400. Also pump, 710/70R38 tires, powershift, 4440, new after market parts. Call G.S. Tractor plumbed for Outback AutoSteer, $190,000 Salvage, 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. OBO. 306-567-8528, Davidson, SK. 1980 JD 4440, 7050 hrs, factory duals, WANTED 7230 or 8930 Magnum Case/IH, new tires 600 hrs ago, new rad and injeclow hrs, no 3 PTH, in exc. cond. Landmark, tors 500 hrs ago, mint, shedded, well MB, 204-355-4363. maintained, $33,000 OBO. 306-782-6907, 1977 2870 CASE, 12’ Leon 6-way dozer, 306-621-2035, Jedburgh, SK. 4637 hrs, PTO, good engine and trans, slow hyds., $13,900. 306-937-3222, Bat- 1998 JD 9200, 2000 hrs, diff. lock, 12 spd., Outback S3 AutoSteer, weight pkg., tleford, SK. low pressure hyd. return, exc. rubber, CASE/IH 5240 FWA 1985 with loader and s h e d d e d , m i n t , $ 1 0 5 , 0 0 0 O B O . grapple, 8120 hrs. Located in Mallaig, AB. 403-479-2806, 780-753-7257, Provost, AB $29,000 OBO. Call 780-837-0322. 1999 JD 9100 2700 hrs., diff. lock, 24/6 930 CASE, 6 spd. std., front mount blade trans., 20.8x42 tires, always shedded w/hydraulic lift and angle, cab, fan, w/16’ Degelman 4 way dozer, quick atchains, $4500. 306-969-4716, Gladmar, SK tach, 260 hp. Manning, AB. cell 780-836-6492. LIZARD CREEK REPAIR and Tractor. We buy 90 and 94 series Case 2WD tractors 1995 JD 8970 24 spd., 710-70R/38 dufor parts and rebuilding. Also have rebuilt als, 5500 hrs., 4 hyds., return line, exc. tractors for sale. 306-784-2213 Herbert SK mechanical condition and appearance, not 1989 9170 CIH, 20.8 R42 tires, 4 remotes, winter run. Built-in Outback GPS valves air seeder return, 12 spd., powershift w/full view screen. 306-821-6646, Lloydtrans., 5675 hrs., 335 HP Cummins eng minster, SK. $51,000 OBO. 306-782-3082, Yorkton, SK. 2000 JD 7510, 740 loader, grapple, 3 PTH, reverser, exc. cond., $52,500; 1994 JD 2006 CASE/IH STX 530 HD TRACTOR, LH 6100 hrs, weights, 42” duals 80%, 530 HP, 2735 hrs., 600 hrs. on powershift 4960, $52,000. 403-732-4647, Picture Butte, AB. trans., Michelin 710/70R42 tires, high cap dual hyd with 6 remotes (92 GPM), 6000 1992 JD 8760, 7078 hrs, 1600 hrs on lbs wheel weights, towing pkg., radar per- new engine, 1000 hrs on new hyd. pump, formance monitor, diff lock, Active seat, 100 hrs on new turbo, new alternator, 24 $169,500. Morris, MB. 204-746-2026. spd., 4S CV’s, 20.8R42 rubber 60%, diff 9270 CIH 4WD 20.8/42 radials, 12 spd., 4 lock, $56,500. 306-646-4450 Maryfield SK. remotes, shedded, one owner, $60,000. 2008 JD 6330, MFWD, 1020 hrs., 3 Torquay, SK. 306-421-0448 or email: SCV’s, 16 spd., new 673 loader, w/3 tion joystick, $63,000. 780-777-3892, 1993 9270 Case/IH 24.5x32 duals, 12 780-963-4352, Stony Plain, AB. spd. std. trans., 3900 hrs., Case drain, very 1996 JD 8870, 5300 hrs., 18.42 triples at well maint., shedded, exc. condition. 50%, 12 spd., no diff. lock, wired for $75,000 OBO. 780-679-5967, Armena, AB. Greenstar, very good cond., $70,000 OBO. 1996 CASE/IH 9380, 3550 hrs, 30.5x32 306-278-7753, Bjorkdale, SK. full AutoSteer, shedded, located near Ed- 3 1 3 0 , 4 0 3 0 , 4 2 3 0 , 8 6 3 0 e n g i n e s . monton, $89,000 OBO. 306-563-8482, 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. 306-782-2586, Yorkton, SK. 1979 JD 4440, 158 loader, bucket and 1991 CIH 5140, FWA, 4969 hrs., new tires, grapple, tires- 50%, duals, exc. cond., duals, Allied loader, bucket, pallet forks, $17,000. 306-696-7461, Broadview, SK. snowblower, vg condition. 204-781-4690, 1984 JD 8850, 7800 hrs., PTO, $30,000 Starbuck, MB. work order on motor 500 hrs. ago, 60% CASE 4890 with PTO, engine needs work, r u b b e r, s h e d d e d , $ 3 5 , 0 0 0 O B O . $4000. Phone 306-873-2268, Tisdale, SK. 403-845-5783, Rocky Mtn. House, AB. 9280 CASE/IH, 4 WD, 375 HP, 3900 hrs., JD 4850, MFWD, powershift, 20.8x38 dustandard trans., excellent condition. Phone als, inside brand new Firestone, duals 780-872-2832, Paradise Hill, SK. poor, 3 hyd, no 3 PTH, exc. grain cart tracWANTED: 4 WHEEL DRIVE tractor, 300 tor nice shape. 204-649-2276 Pierson, MB. HP+ with powershift and PTO. Phone 2008 JD 9630, 78 gpm. pump, 5 hydraul306-398-2323, Cut Knife, SK. ics, 5.20x46 Michelin triples, full weight 1990 9170, 4 WD, 7411 hrs., very good package, 1475 hrs. $240,000. Low rate ficondition, 20.8/42 tires, $45,000. Phone nancing available at 3.9% for 72 months. Gary Sydor 204-638-2480, Dauphin, MB. 306-794-2290, Grayson, SK. 1987 4694, 4490 hrs, 4 outlets, PTO, 1975 8430 4WD, 270 hrs. on total over30.5x32 singles, well maintained, shedded, haul by JD dealer on engine and PTO, new inside tires, exc. cond., asking $25,000 $25,000. 403-887-5527, Sylvan Lake, AB. OBO. 306-322-7672 or 306-322-4503, WANTED IH 1026 tractor, any condition. Rose Valley, SK. Phone 306-931-8478, Saskatoon, SK. 1995 JD 8570, 38” radials, 6000 hrs., 1983 CASE 2290, 7012 hrs., 130 HP, in- g o o d s h a p e , 2 4 s p d . , $ 5 1 , 0 0 0 . terchangeable 540/1000 PTO with duals, 306-476-2501, Rockglen, SK. c/w 2005 Allied 895 self-levelling loader, grapple with telescopic joystick. WANTED: JD 9200 or 9220 with powerMaintained by mechanic, $24,000 OBO. s h i f t , p r e fe r P TO. 3 0 6 - 7 6 9 - 8 5 0 6 o r 306-768-7077, Arborfield, SK. 306-264-3622, Hazenmore, SK. 2005 MX255 MFWD, 2960 hrs, 3 PTH, 2005 7320 JD FWD, w/loader and grapple, 540/1000, AutoSteer, 380/85R34 front 3 PTH, 5400 hrs, exc. cond., $72,500. duals, 480/80R46 rear duals, 2015 war- Phone 403-504-9607, Medicine Hat, AB. ranty, loaded, exc. cond., $115,000. Tre- JD 2130 148 loader, $12,500; JD 4440 herne, MB. 204-526-7169, 204-526-7170. HFWA, 158 loader, $25,500; JD 2955, 265 1998 CIH 9370, 60% rubber, 4 remotes, loader, no cab, $24,500; JD 3255, MFD, no 20.8x42 drum dual tires, powershift, loader, $25,000; JD 3155, MFD, 265 loader, $27,500; JD 2950, MFD, 260 loader, $74,500. 204-573-7787, Brandon, MB. $18,000. 403-732-4647, Picture Butte, AB. 2005 STX 425, 1430 hrs., 710/425, 24 spd 55 gal. hydraulics, dry weights, $155,000 1982 JD 4440, quad new rubber, 2 hyd., Greenlighted. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK OBO. Ph. 306-497-2715, Blaine Lake, SK. WANTED: CASE/IH 1896 or 2096, FWA, 3 pt. hitch. Phone 306-367-2147, Middle Lake, SK. 2010 MAGNUM 310, 10 hrs, 50 kms, powershift, air brakes, 710/42’s, fully loaded, full weight package, $200,000 OBO. Phone 306-381-7689, Hague, SK.

1981 JD 4440, quad shift, 3 hyd. remotes, 4900 hrs., 740 JD loader, joystick, self-level, QuickTach, min cond., $38,500. Phone 306-421-3482, Bienfait, SK. 2000 JD 7410, MFWD, 3800 hrs, w/loader, $62,500 US. 306-543-8746, Regina, SK.

JD 8970, 400 HP, 20.8x42 tires, 24 spd., well maintained, excellent inside and out, $79,500 OBO. Phone: 403-823-1894, 403-772-2156. Drumheller, AB.

STEVE’S TRACTOR REBUILDER looking for JD tractors to rebuild, Series 20s, 30s, 40s or 50s, or for parts. Will pay top dollar. Now selling JD parts. 204-466-2927, 204-871-5170, Austin, MB. JD 8970, 5204 hrs., pristine condition, one owner, major Greenlight- Spring 2010, triples, HID lighting, wired for JD ATU, shedded. Dan 204-825-7345, Somerset, MB. 7230 JD PREMIUM FWA, 741 self levelling loader. 306-372-4532, Luseland, SK. 2006 7520 MFWD, loader, 2280 hrs, power quad, 3 PTH, 3rd function mid mount hyd., $88,500. 306-731-3595, 306-731-7657 cell, Lumsden, SK. 2000 JD 7810, triple hyd., LH reverser, MFWD, 740 loader, grapple fork, joystick, $55,000. Financing avail. 780-674-5516, 780-305-7152, Barrhead, AB. JD 2750, c/w FEL, 3 PTH, open station, 2 WD; JD 3020, c/w cab, 3 PTH, low hrs., mint cond.; JD 1830 c/w 3 PTH, rebuilt motor. Ph. 403-394-4401, Coalhurst, AB.

WANTED: JD tractors, any age, burnt, broken, or worn out. Call for a price before y o u s e l l . G . S . Tr a c t o r S a l v a g e , 1 9 9 7 9 3 0 0 , 4 4 0 0 h r s . , 4 S C V ’ s , 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. 620/70R42 duals, good condition, $85,000. 780-349-1805, Westlock, AB. 8650 JD, 6800 hrs, good cond., shedded, 20.8x38 radial tires- 50%, $35,000. Troy JD 4250, w/158 loader and grapple, 3 306-296-7899 or Jerome 306-296-2047 PTH, 540/1000 PTO. 306-969-2119, Minton, SK. after 4:00 PM, Frontier, SK. 1990 JD 8760, 8700 hrs., 650/65R38 JD 4755, 2 WD, power quad, 3950 hrs., Michelin radial tires, 4 remotes, 12 spd. 20.8x42 new radials, exc. shape, shedded, trans., good shape. Call 306-789-8974 $43,500. 403-654-7073, Vauxhall, AB. evenings, Regina, SK. 1987 JD 4850, FWA, duals, wheel weights, front weights, 3 pt. hitch with quick attach JD 8440, triple hyds., PTO, good 18.4x38 $28,000. Shawn 701-425-8400, Vermilion, duals, shedded, exc. cond., 7300 hrs, AB. $25,000. Keith 306-532-4892, Wapella, SK JD 1010, gas, 3 point hitch, nice condition, 2008 JD 5325, MFWD, open station, 367 low hrs, second owner, $4750. Can deliver. hrs, 67 HP, FEL, power reverser, 3 PTH, 403-625-6519, Stavely, AB $35,000. 306-231-5939, Saskatoon, SK. JD 9200 w/PTO; 9300 w/PTO and powerWANTED: JD 4020 GAS and 4020 or shift; 9400 w/powershift; 9520. Regina, 3020 side console hydraulic. Russell, MB. S K . w w w. l u c s u s e d e q u i p m e n t . c o m 204-773-3255. 306-543-8746. JD 7810, 3000 hrs, power quad w/LH reverser, 18.4/42 rubber w/duals. Also JD 1 9 8 7 4 4 5 0 M F W D, PS, 9300 hrs., 3020, 1 hyd., 540/1000 PTO, no 3 PTH. 20.8R38, 740 SL, w/grapple and joystick, $38,000. 306-744-7722, Bredenbury SK. 701-213-2201, 701-213-2202, Morden, MB 1997 JD 9300 for sale. 12 spd., 20.8xR42 1998 9400, diff. locks, powershift, JD Autires, 6700 hrs., c/w Raven AutoSteer. toTrac, Green Star, Field Doc, 4 SCV’s new Tractor in excellent shape, $85,000 OBO. starter and batteries, 1400 hrs. on new Phone Patrick 780-518-2325 or Gord at tires, 7150 hrs., 2-way radio, 8000 lbs of weights, good paint, always shedded, 306-327-4862, Nut Mountain, SK. $112,000. 306-472-7704, Lafleche, SK. 2004 JD 9520, 4400 hrs., new 710x42 rubber, weight pkg., nice shape, $142,000 2002 JD 9420, 2600 hrs, 12 spd., 710x38 tires, no diff lock, 4 hyds., 8350 lb. weight or trades. 306-831-7863, Rosetown, SK. pkg, deluxe cab. Will consider trades. Ph. 2002 JD 9520T, S/N 901030, 3300 hrs, 306-283-4747 306-291-9395 Langham, SK very clean, shedded, Greenstar ready, very well equipped- cab, etc. $160,000. Larry 8650 JD PTO 4 WD tractor, less than Schaeffer 204-467-8547, Murray Schaeffer 5,000 hrs., second owner, comes w/Degelman 6 way 14’ blade, $43,000. 204-467-9654, Stonewall, MB. 780-753-6761, 780-753-1117, Provost AB. JD 7710 MFWD; JD 7810 MFWD; JD 8210 MFWD; JD 6430 MFWD; JD 7410 6310 JD tractor with 640 loader for sale, MFWD. All low hrs, can be equipped 2200 hrs., great condition. 306-477-1920, Saskatoon, SK. w/loaders. 204-522-6333, Melita, MB. 1982 4640, 5600 engine hours, $25,000 4650, 15 SPEED powershift, 3 remotes, 1000 PTO, 42” radials, 9000 hrs, vg shape, firm. 306-677-7769, Hodgeville, SK. $28,000 OBO. 306-232-7191, Rosthern, SK 1985 JD 4650, MFWD, powershift, 7297 hrs, Greenlight and engine rebuilt at 7000 2006 JD 9520, 2950 hrs., 78 gpm., hyd. hrs. $45,000. Phone 204-828-3267 or pump, 5 SCV, PTO, $182,500. North Battleford, SK., 306-441-4529, 204-745-0415, Graysville, MB. 2007 JD 9520, 761 hrs., 800/70R38 JD 4840, 9600 hrs., duals, 3 hyds., JD 280 w e i g h t s w i t h S F 2 Au t o Tr a c , m i n t . loader w/Quick detach bucket and pallet forks, $34,000. 306-465-2658, Yellow 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. Grass, SK. 1986 JD 3150 MFWD cw/265 loader and grapple, joystick, 3 PTH, 540/1000 PTO, JD 8560, 18.4x38 tires, 5000 hrs., 12 spd. CAHR, 6500 hrs., tires 80%. $32,000. trans., 3 hyds. plus return line, shedded, vg condition. 306-748-2446, Neudorf, SK. 306-452-6496, Wauchope, SK. 2008 9430, 800-38 Firestone radials, 800 2002 JD 7410, MFWD, 740 loader grapple, hrs., integrated self-steer, Greenstar, ac- 3PTH, power quad with LH reverser, rear tive seat, LED lighting, diff lock, one own- weights, good rubber, $7000 Greenlight er, immaculate, $205,000 firm. GS2 Apr./10, 8800 hrs. well kept, asking $54,000. 306-725-4286, Bulyea, SK. available. 780-221-3980, Coronation, AB. JD 7320 FWD, JD 4440, 4240, 4430, 2140 TRACTOR SWAP! My 1982 Versatile and 2130. All w/loaders and 3 PTH. Will 935, 330 HP, 6800 hrs., everything works take JD tractors in trade that need work. for JD 4650 or 4850 15 spd. MFD. May 204-466-2927, 204-871-5170, Austin, MB. consider JD 4640 or 4840 powershift, hyd. 1996 JD 8770, 4022 hrs, 20.8R38 dual front drive. 403-223-2743, Taber, AB. radials 60%, 12 spd., 4 remotes and return 2008 9630 JD 4100 hrs., new diffs, ext. line, vg cond., always shedded, $78,000 warranty, new tires, GPS, powershift, 5 OBO. 204-764-2448, Hamiota, MB. hyd. outlet. 403-888-1467, Linden, AB. 6430 PREMIUM MFWD, 673 self levelling JD 2950 2 WD w/JD loader and grapple, loader, fluid and fenders, grill guard, 530 ap p r o x . 5 7 0 0 h r s . , e x c e l l e n t c o n d . hrs., $79,000. 780-910-4996, Hendon, SK. 306-283-4747, 306-220-0429, 1995 8770, 5100 hrs, 24 spd, 20.8x38, 306-291-9395, Langham, SK. AutoTrac ready, 3 hyds, return line, diff 1995 JD 8570, 12 speed, 18.4x38 duals, lock $72,000. 306-753-2833, Macklin, SK. 6715 hours, shedded, excellent condition. 1998 JD 9400, 2210 hrs, 24 spd., 4 SCV’s, 306-969-2106, Minton, SK. deluxe cab, field office, 710/70/R38’s, 1981 JD 4840, 6700 hrs., factory duals, $125,000. 306-272-7150, Foam Lake, SK. rubber exc., looks like new, $25,000. Email: 204-529-2595, 204-523-6660, Cartwright 1980 4640 7500 hrs., duals, triple hyd., v.g MB. cond., asking $22,000 OBO. 204-856-6678 1 9 9 8 J D 9 4 0 0 , 4 2 5 H P, 5 1 3 3 h r s , Gladstone, MB. 710/70R38 duals, 4 hyds., diff. lock, new 1967 JD 5020, duals, Sound Gard cab, 12 hyd. pump, Greenstar ready, Autotrac or volt, dual hyd., AC. Jerry, 204-238-4915, Outback ready, $110,000. 306-738-4424, Riceton, SK. Bowsman, MB. 2003 JD 5520, MFWD tractor, w/541 self levelling loader, 1400 hrs, very nice, open station. Phone 204-673-2382, Melita, MB. 1996 KUBOTA M9580 MFWD, loader, 1983 JD 8450, 8 new tires, 9200 hrs, grapple, cab, air, LH reverser, 24 spd., new c o m p l e t e w i t h 1 2 ’ J D d o z e r b l a d e . rubber, 3 PTH, $32,000 OBO. Carrot River, SK, 306-768-3226, 306-768-3294. $35,000. 306 854-2030, Elbow, SK. 1995 JD 8570, 24 spd., PTO, 18.4x38 duals, 6000 hrs, always shedded, reg. service and maintenance at JD, no winter use, NEW 11.2x24 8 PLY $229; 20.8x38 12 $57,500 OBO. 306-542-3334, Kamsack, SK ply $795; 18.4x34 12 ply $595; 18.4x30 12 NEW JD TRACTOR PARTS and quality ply $549; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 TISCO engine rebuild kits, great competi- 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; tive price quotes. TRACTOR SERVICE 12.4x24 8 ply $278; 18.4x38 12 ply $695; MANUALS our 37th year of service. Web- 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires site include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 1-800-481-1353. 1980 4240 quad, 2 hyds., rubber- 70%, 2007 6485, FWA, left-hand reverser, bud4800 original hrs., Greenlighted, excellent dy seat, 900 orig. hrs., loaded w/options, $77,000. 403-397-8197, Crossfield, AB shape. Phone 306-744-8113, Saltcoats SK. 1981 JD 8640, has only 700 hrs. on re- MF 4880, 7000 hrs, 20.8x38 duals, 320 HP, built motor, 3 hyds., always shedded, dual hyd. pumps, good condition, $39,000 OBO. Call 204-250-4796, Plumas, MB. $28,000. 780-855-2240, New Norway, AB. 2005 JD 6420, MFWD LHR 16 spd., power 2705 TRACTOR, w/795 Buhler loader, joyquad, 3 SCV’s, 640 SL loader. Mint. Only stick, 3 remotes, 18.4R38 tires, CAHR, new 436 hrs. No winter use. L i ke n e w . seat and floor mat, 6100 hrs, $15,000. $77,000 OBO. 306-394-4901, Courval, SK. Phone 403-644-2389, Standard, AB.

1985 MF 4840, 4 hyds, PTO, 20.8-38R duals, 100 hrs on bearings and valve/injector set, 6400 hrs, good cond. 204-529-2055 or cell 204-825-7449, Mather, MB. 2007 8480, 510 hrs., duals, loader with grapple, 3 PTOs, 3 PTH. $129,000. Phone 403-823-9977, Drumheller, AB. 1993 MF 396, 4200 hrs, CAHR, 3 PTH, MFWD, 540/1000 PTO, loader and grapple, $24,000 OBO. 780-786-4502, Mayerthorpe, AB.

NEW 12.4x24 8 PLY $278; 20.8x38 12 ply $795; 18.4x34 12 ply $595; 18.4x30 12 ply $549; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; 18.4x38 12 ply $695; 11.2x24 8 ply $229; 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 2008 NH TT75A, MFWD, open station, 359 h r s , 7 5 H P, F E L , 3 P T H , $ 2 9 , 8 0 0 . 306-231-5939, Saskatoon, SK. 2004 NEW HOLLAND TC21D acreage tractor, 2 speed hydro., Leon loader, 6’ finishing mower, 650 hours, excellent. $12,500. 306-735-7640, Langbank, SK. 1994 9480, std. trans. 350 HP, 4 remotes, 5200 hrs., exc. cond., $58,000. 306-233-7305, Cudworth, SK. 2007 TV145 bi-directional, 3 PTH loader, grapple, manure tires, 540/1000 PTO, as new, 900 hours, $95,000. Phone Dave, 403-556-3992, Olds, AB. 1993 8770 FORD NH with 7514 loader, quick attach, duals, 5600 hrs., exc. shape, quit farming. Asking $49,900. Call 780-581-5468, Vermilion, AB. 2005 TJ500 HD, 1600 hrs, 800 tires, megaflow, diff locks, Trimble AutoSteer, w/wo hardly used Degelman 16’ 7900 6-way blade. 403-442-2570, 403-304-4365, Huxley, AB.

1993 FORD 946, 4900 hrs., 325 HP 4 remotes, air seat, 50% rubber 20.8x42 radials, excellent condition, $55,000 OBO. 306-421-3216, Estevan, SK. 1995 FORD NH 9480, 4 WD, 12 spd. std. trans, 20.8x38 factory duals, fluid inside, 4 hyd. megaflow, 4400 hrs, tractor absolutely mint, $69,900. Call Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbech, MB. 2002 TV140 loader, grapple, 3 PTH, rear drawbar, excellent, 2900 hrs, $53,000. 306-293-2028, Shaunavon, SK.

1998 NH/VERSATILE 9682. Auction Tuesday April 19th 2011, Tisdale, SK. Bruce Schapansky Auctioneers, 306-873-5488, (PL #912715) 856 VERSATILE, 8100 hrs., complete overhaul at 6000 hrs., 18.4x38 radials, 12 spd. standard. 204-842-3605, Birtle, MB. 1985 836 P/S transmission, 24.5x32 sing l e s , P TO, 8 5 0 0 h r s . , $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 . 306-324-4432 Margo, SK. 1989 976 Ford Vers. Blue. 6470hrs., 24.5x32 tires. 80% Atom Jet, plus 4 set hyd. outlets. $50,000 OBO. Loreburn, SK. 306-644-4603. 1988 VERSATILE 936, 12 speed, 6800 h o u r s , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , 3 1 0 H P. 306-220-8588, Edenwold, SK. 1985 VERSATILE #936 Designation 6, 6800 hrs, 12 spd., 20.8x38 duals, $30,000 OBO. Phone 306-472-5700, Lafleche, SK. 2003 MODEL 2425, c/w 16’ Degelman dozer blade, good condition. Phone 306-487-7415, Lampman, SK. 1980 VERSATILE 835 4 WD, duals with 8 new tires, Cummins engine, w/articulating 12’ Degelman blade. Nice shape, $20,000. 403-866-0331, Medicine Hat, AB.

SERIES II VERSATILE 700, 4 WD, 212 HP, less than 500 hours since complete overhaul, will have new batteries spring 2011, one owner, well maintained. 204-566-2377, Oak River, MB. 1988 876 FORD Versatile, bearing roll, final drives done, new inner front tires, reline, $35,000 OBO. 306-692-5128, 2003 NEW HOLLAND loader, 56 lb. pmt. turn #001337. Pics. on request, 604-619-9244, Moose Jaw, SK. Surrey, BC. 1985 VERSATILE 956, 650/75R32 duals, 2002 NH 425 HP tractor, 2200 hrs., big 12 spd., very good cond., $35,000. Phone 204-268-5629, Hazelridge, MB. rubber. Phone 306-277-4503, Gronlid, SK. 1994 FORD 9030, 2360 loader; 1998 NH VERSATILE 850, in good condition, 9030E 7414 loader, 3 PTH. Pictures and 18.4x38 tires, 3581 hours, $15,000. prices at web: 306-547-3353, Sturgis, SK. Call 204-746-8123, Rosenort, MB. 1988 VERSATILE 936, 4 WD, 20.8x42 radiT J 4 2 5 2 0 0 2 2 2 6 5 h r s . , 2 4 s p d . , al duals, recent bearing roll, 7646 hrs., 710/70R42 duals, performance mon., ra- shedded, vg cond., field ready, $40,000. dar, high capacity pump, 4 hyds., low pres- Allan LaRose 306-224-4777, Corning, SK. sure return, EZee-Steer w/big monitor, $139,000 OBO. 204-937-7171, Roblin, MB. 2 0 0 8 T 9 0 6 0 H D, 800 metrics, full weights, HID lites, deluxe cab, leather, W14 CASE PAYLOADER, feedlot special, 1100 hrs., $250,000. Ray 306-536-0399, grapple fork, good tires, motor redone, $10,000. NH 9030 bi-dir., w/loader, good Tyler 306-533-8834, Regina, SK. cond $27,000. 403-552-3753 Kirriemuir AB NH 9682, 4 WD, 4500 hrs., 360 HP, 20.8x42 duals 70%, $74,000 OBO. Phone GRATTON COULEE AGRI PARTS LTD. Your #1 place to purchase late model combine 780-354-2822, Beaverlodge, AB. and tractor parts. Used, new and rebuilt. Toll free 888-327-6767. NH 9030, c/w loader and grapple. W/WO 22’ draper and 14’ hay header. Call Dennis, evenings 780-651-2773, St. Albert, AB. 1 9 9 7 9 6 8 2 , 2 9 5 0 h r s , o n e o w n e r, 20.8Rx42 duals, good condition, $89,000. 306-922-8155, Prince Albert, SK.

1991 876 FORD, 6130 hrs, 12 spd powershift and PTO, 20.8x38 tires, great grain cart tractor, excellent shape, always shedded. Asking $45,000 OBO. Antler, SK. Call 306-452-3998 or 306-452-8070. 1991 FORD 846, Designation 6, 4 WD 3900 hrs, air seat, std. trans, Raven Cruizer GPS, good 18.4Rx38 duals, 4 remotes, case drain, decelerator, vg cond., $43,500 OBO. Phone 306-960-5979, Prince Albert, SK. 876 FORD, 5555 hrs, 4 WD, asking $45,000; 846 Ford, 3254 hrs, 4 WD, asking $45,000. Both always shedded, field ready. 306-537-5677, Lampman, SK. 1979 TW30 FORD tractor, good shape, e x c . r u b b e r. C a l l 3 0 6 - 3 2 2 - 2 2 9 1 , 306-322-7799 cell, Rose Valley, SK.

CO-OP IMPLEMENTS TRACTOR (Volvo 800) runs well, has Ezee-On 100 loader mounts. 780-853-4799, Vermilion, AB. CIH 5230, MFD, powershift, power shuttle, FEL, coming; JD 3140 MFD, cab, FEL w/grapple, $27,000; CIH MX200 Magnum, 2275 hrs., FPS, 3 PTH, $78,900; JD 2320 24 HP, MFD, 13 hrs., FEL, call; Kubota M8030 MFD w/FEL, $19,900. Call Hergott Farm Equip. 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 2010 NH T9050, 485 HP, PTO, $276,000; JD 9620, powershift, $195,000; Steiger PTA 225 w/dozer, $21,900. Call Hergott Farm Equipment 306-682-2592, your Case IH Dealer, Humboldt, SK. WANTED: FARM YARD tractor, 30-40 HP. 306-861-6145, Weyburn, SK.

FORD 7710, 2 WD w/loader, 3 PTH, 7000 2005 LANDINI, 165 HP, shuttle shift, h r s , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , $ 1 4 , 5 0 0 . MFWD, 2450 hrs, 2795 HD loader and grapple, $65,000. 306-957-4201 Vibank SK 403-308-1238, Taber, AB.



1966 WAGNER WA-14, 4 WD, 300 HP C u m m i n s 8 5 5 , 1 3 s p d . , r u n s g r e at , $12,000 OBO. 780-672-2144, Camrose, AB 1984 895 VERSATILE, 6300 hrs., new tires; 1973 4630 JD, duals, 8400 hrs.; 1973 4430 JD, duals, weights, 8100 hrs. Arch Equipment 306-867-7252 Outlook SK

DEGELMAN - PICKERS, LAND rollers, Strawmaster, rock diggers, booked savings. Hergott Farm Equipment, 610 JD 28’ floating hitch air seeder, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 777 110 bu. tank $8500; 36’ Degelman harrows, $2200 like new; NH 357 mixmill w/power bale feeder $1500; 2130 JD trac- SUNFLOWER HARVEST SYSTEMS. Call tor, w/146 loader/grapple $7500; 535 JD for literature. 1-800-735-5848. Lucke Mfg., baler belts, like new, kicker $7500. Mea- cham, SK. 306-376-4420, 306-222-4230(c) DEGELMAN 4-WAY 16’ blade, fits 9882 NH HAYBUSTER 256 PLUS II bale shredder; NEW HOLLAND 358 mix mill, good shape, tractor. Ph 306-695-8162 Indian Head, SK. Versatile 555, 4 WD tractor; 1976 Chev $3900; John Deere 222 flex header, $6500. 306-253-4688, Vonda, SK. LEON DOZER BLADE, 14’, 6-way blade, 3/4 ton 4x4. 306-424-2755, Kendal, SK. 44 series, silage ext., fits 9000 JD series 4 42’ BOURGAULT 5710 air drill, 7” spacing, BestBu ys in Used Equ ipm en t WD, like new. 306-448-4819, Manor, SK. 6350 tank, dual fan and rear hitch; 1997 JD DOZER FOR SALE: 2005, 700J LT, JD 9100 4 WD, triple hyd., 20.8x38 duals, Co m b in e Tr a d es 3165 hrs., ripper, 6-way blade, cab, AC. approx. 2700 hrs; 2003 JD 9750 combine, 201 0 CIH 91 20 & 201 6 $34 2,000 R Conquest Equip for pricing, 306-483-2500, w/precision PU header, approx. 1300 threshing hrs., excellent condition. 201 0 JD 9870 & 61 5 $31 9,000 R Oxbow, SK. 306-389-4820, Ruddell, SK. 201 0 CIH 81 20 & 201 6 $324 ,200 R 938 CAT LOADER, 3 yard bucket, A-1 201 0 CIH 81 20 & 201 6 $31 3,4 00 D running shape, asking $48,000. Phone 201 0 CIH 71 20 & 201 6 $301 ,4 00 D 306-781-4458, Regina, SK. 201 0 CIH 7088 & 201 6 $284 ,800 D 2009 CIH 81 20 & 201 6 $31 3,500 R 8’ LEON 747 FEL w/new Peloquin grapple 2009 CI H 81 20 & 201 6 $299,000 D forks for sale. 306-452-3411 evenings, 2009 CIH 7088 & 201 6 $24 7,600 D Redvers, SK. FOR SALE: DEGELMAN 12’ dozer blade, fits JD 4450, will not fit front wheel assist. 780-349-2798, Westlock, AB. IH 2350 FEL, 5’ bucket, good condition, $4500. 306-533-1840, Esterhazy, SK. 1978 JD 544B wheel loader, asking $22,500. Call Ernie 204-325-2550 or 204-829-3486, Plum Coulee, MB. C AT 9 5 0 W H E E L L O A D E R , a s k i n g $25,000. Call Ernie 204-325-2550 or 204-829-3486, Plum Coulee, MB. 2005 795 BUHLER true self levelling loader, 6’ bucket and bale fork, exc. cond. 306-724-2204, 306-468-7356, Debden, SK

RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF ARTHUR. For sale Schulte mower and flex arm. 2007 Mod. XH 1000 10’ Schulte rotary mower; 2004 Model FLX Schulte flex arm. Sandra Anderson, CAO, RM of Arthur, TELESCOPIC WHEEL LOADER Schäffer Box 429, Melita, MB. R0M 1L0. Phone Model 930T, 130 HP, 17.5’ lift height, 1000 204-522-3263. hrs, $65,000 OBO. 1-888-746-2108, Fort MacLeod, AB, BOBCAT 753 with cab, bucket, and forks, ALLIED 894 FEL, with 7’ bucket and heavy $12,500. Danny Spence, Speers, SK. d u t y b a l e f o r k , $ 6 5 0 0 . P h o n e 306-246-4632. 780-242-5504, Gunn, AB. 2470 CASE TRACTOR w/14’ Leon blade, hyd. angle, good mechanical cond., $10,000. 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. DEGELMAN 10’ DOZER BLADE, can be adapted to any tractor, asking $1500. Phone 306-228-3523, Unity, SK. WANTED: IHC 2350 loader mounts. 780-307-5404, Waskatenau, AB. 1994 KOMATSU WA320 wheel loader, quick attach, bucket, forks, 3rd valve, good condition. Jerry Ryan 780-915-5426, St. Albert, AB. LEON 12’ dozer blade, Model 102040, dual hyd. lift, manual angle, excellent shape. 306-379-4347, Brock, SK. Leave message. WANTED: BUCKET and/or GRAPPLE to fit a Bobcat or Skidsteer. Kyle, SK. Call 306-375-7141. WANTED SKIDSTEER Attachments: Post pounder, manure tines w/grapple and bale spear. 306-423-5422, Domremy, SK. JD 740 LOADER w/bucket and mounts for 7000 Series and for 4440, 4450 and 4650, $6500. 780-398-2554, Waskatenau, AB.

NEW 20.8x38 12 PLY $795; 18.4x38 12 ply $695; 18.4x34 12 ply $595; 18.4x30 12 ply $549; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; 12.4x24 8 ply $278; 11.2x24 8 ply $229; 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 1980 IHC 1586 tractor, approx 5000 hrs., TA not working, $10,000 OBO; Flexi-Coil harrow, 60’, good cond., $2800; 4000 IH swather, 19-1/2’, good cond., $2500; 50x7” Brandt auger, vg cond., $2700; 1550 bushel hopper bottom Westeel granary, $3100. 306-369-2695, Pilger, SK. 65 SEED MASTER PACKER tires and tubes on rims, 2 yrs. old, $25 ea., $20 ea. for larger amounts. Will fit Bourgault and Seed Hawk; 1995 Volvo, sleeper, 425 HP, 13 spd., air ride, $4500. 306-764-8207, 306-922-4361, Prince Albert, SK. MORRIS 729 CULTIVATOR w/harrows and Valmar; IH 620 28’ drills; IH 914 combine, complete; 2 balers- 1 round, 1 square. 306-243-4931, Outlook, SK. 31’ FLEXI-COIL 800 with harrows c/w 1110 tank and Morris Wrangler 3 wing-up packer harrow; 1995 60’ Computorspray; Blanchard hydra-lift 50’ heavy harrow packer; Brandt 842 auger c/w 20 HP Kohler. 403-577-2192, Consort, AB. 1993 JD 535 baler, $7500; 59’ Friggstad cult. w/harrows, $5000; Morris 48’ rodweeder, $800; 1993 JD 9600 w/914 PU, $30,000; 1982 JD 7720 w/212 PU and 230 header, $10,000; JD 930F header, $6000; Massey 25’/28’ swather, $800; M11 SeedRite 22’, $1000; 35’ Seed-O-Vator w/210 TBT tank, $9000; Large round alfalfa bales, offers. 306-456-2884, Oungre, SK. 2004 NH TV145, w/7614 loader, front and back drawbars, grapple fork w/QA bale fork, 1250 hrs, mint cond., $81,500; 2300 16’ haybine fits 145 bi-directional, low hrs, good cond. $12,500; 605XL Vermeer baler, approx. 3000 bales, mint cond., $22,500. 204-739-3667, Eriksdale, MB.

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JD 48-1/2’ 1050 Vibrashank cult., c/w Degelman harrows, good cond., $8000; forklift hyd. stone picker, $700. 306-272-7038, Foam Lake, SK. WIRELESS DRIVEWAY ALARMS, calving/ foaling barn cameras, video surveillance, rear view cameras for RV’s, trucks, combines, seeders, sprayers and augers. M o u n t e d o n m a g n e t . C a l g a r y, A B . 403-616-6610, 19 9 5 JD 8 9 70, 4300 o rg. hrs ., trip les , w ts ., Au to SS teer OL S DF 1, s hed d ed , Green lighted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $75,000 2000 JD 18 6 0 d is c d rill, 42’ w / 2004 JD 1910, 350 b u . ca rt, va ria b le ra te. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9 0,000 2003 Ba le K in g b a le p ro ces s o r, o n ly u s ed 1 yr., s hed d ed , hyd . chu te. . $9 ,000 2002 JD 9 30F, 30’, fo re/a ft, s in gle p o i nt ho o k-u p a n d tra iler, s hed d ed . . . $14,000 2002 Delm a r 5500, 90’ m id ha rro w , 22” tni es . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 19 9 8 JD 335 ta n d em d is c, 32’ . . . $15,000 2000 JD 56 6 , u s ed very little s in ce 2004, s hed d ed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 JD 7100 8-ro w co rn p l an ta r. . . . . . . . . $4,000 2007 Degelm a n 70’ S tra w m a s ter ha rro w . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $28 ,000 P h o n e 204-981-7 25 8, 204-633-6010, 204-633-47 65 , W in n ipe g, M B. NEW HOLLAND 355 hammer mill, excell e n t s h ap e , t h r e e s c r e e n s . $ 6 0 0 0 . 403-350-170, Lacombe, AB. 2006 DIPLOMAT MOTORHOME, 400 HP, many extras. Sell for cash or TRADE FOR FA R M M A C H I N E RY . 403-488-4992, 760-332-8922, Medicine Hat, AB.

2470 CASE tractor w/Degelman, 1000 hrs on new motor, trans. and 4 new tires; 30’ 1020 Case/IH flex header; Two 30’ PTO swathers; 566 JD baler; 900 forage harvester; 14’ hi-dump; Schwartz mixer wagon; Silage wagon; 1981 diesel 3 ton 2010 DEGELMAN 51’ LANDROLLER, like grain truck; 21’ of Melroe press drills new. Call 306-957-4403, Odessa, SK. w/transport. 306-398-2626, Cut Knife, SK.

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1370 CASE, 160 HP, 20.8x38 factory duals, $14,000; D19 Allis, 65 HP, gas, $6000; 966 IH, 20.8x34 tires, $8000; 1984 530 JD round baler, $6000; Morris 881 round bale hauler, 8 bale, $10,000; NH 12’ swing haybine, $7000; Morris 21’ multi-plex rodweeder w/harrows, $500; NH square bale picker 1033, $5000; Crown rockpicker, fork type, $500; Morris 18’ deep tillage w/16” shovels, $1500; Morris 27’ Magnum CP725, 16” shovels, $3500; Morris 56’ 4bar tine harrow, $3500; Allis diamond harrow, 13 section, $150; JD discer w/fert. attach. box, $500; A-100 press drills, 24’ rubber tired packers, $1500 w/carrier; A-100 press drill 16’ rubber tired packers, $1000; cattle head squeeze, $1500. ALSO 2 quarters, RM of Orkney 244, 1- 130 acres cult., 1- 155 acres cult. 306-647-2742, Springside, SK. GOT STUCK? Largest inventory of tow ropes and tow straps in Canada. All sizes, for tractors up to 500 HP. We’ll ship to you! See your nearest Flaman store or call 1-888-435-2626. ODESSA ROCKPICKER SALES: New Degelman equipment, land rollers, Strawmaster, rockpickers, rock rakes, bale processors, dozer blades. 306-957-4403, cell. 306-536-5097, Odessa, SK. FULL LINE OF smaller and older farm equip., all in good cond., $20,000 for all. Located north of Brandon MB., phone 204-951-1227 or TRADE: Eight 18.4x34 tires and rims, 4 dual rims, and 4 cast style, plus 4 dual hubs for 4” axle. WANTED: Four 20.8x38 w/rims. 306-544-2613, Hanley, SK. NEW GRAVITY WAGONS: 400 bu., $6700; 600 bu., $12,000. Used gravity wagons, grain carts, hydump wagons, forage harvesters, grain screeners. 1-866-938-8537,

WANTED: 60’ OR LARGER deep tillage cultivator. MacDon 36’ 974 flex header. Phone 306-272-7038, Foam Lake, SK. WANTED: 17’ or 18’ wood or steel grain box c/w hoist, in exc. condition. Phone 780-307-5404, Waskatenau, AB.

MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. LOWEST PRICES IN CANADA on new, high Visit us at: quality generator systems. Quality diesel generators, Winpower PTO tractor driven Also see section #3560 Custom Work. alternators, automatic / manual switch SPEEDRITE electric fencers and accesso- gear, and commercial duty Sommers Powries. Protech Post Pounders. Lamb ermaster and Sommers / Winco portable Acres, 306-725-4820, generators and Home standby packages. Bulyea, SK. 74 years of reliable service. Contact Som4T CONTRACTORS INC. See Custom mers Generator Systems for all your genW o r k . C a l l 3 0 6 - 3 2 9 - 4 4 8 5 , erator requirements at 1-800-690-2396. 306-222-8197, Asquith, SK. Email: Email: Online: MILLS CUSTOM FENCING, all terrain. TWO 48 KW GENERATORS, LPG Cummins Will travel. Taking bookings. Earl Grey, SK, engine sound proof enclosed. $7500 each. 204-522-5685, Waskada, SK. 306-726-7550, 306-939-2057. CORRAL POSTS, rails, second cut slabs, DIESEL GENSET SALES AND SERVICE, b u l l r a i l s , l u m b e r, p o l e s , fi r ewo o d . 12 KW to 300 KW, lots of units in stock, used and new, Perkins, JD, Deutz. We also 306-548-4711, Sturgis, SK. build custom gensets. We currently have BLACKFOOT CREEK FENCING, will do special pricing on new 90 KW Perkins barbed wire, repair, removal, corral, big units. Call for pricing 204-792-7471, Wingame. Glen 306-344-2663, Onion Lake, SK. nipeg, MB. GUARANTEED PRESSURE TREATED fence posts, lumber slabs and rails. Contact Lehner Wood Preservers Ltd., ask for Ron 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. CUSTOM FENCING and corral building, no job too big or too small. 306-699-7450, Qu’Appelle, SK. CLEAN USED STEEL TUBING. Diameters from 1” to 2-7/8”. Also CONTINUOUS FENCE PANELS. Phone 780-955-9395, Nisku, AB, SOLIDLOCK AND TREE ISLAND game wire and all accessories for installation. Heights from 26” to 120”. Ideal for elk, deer, bison, sheep, swine, cattle, etc. Tom Jensen, Smeaton, SK., ph/fax 306-426-2305. GALLAGHER FENCE ENERGIZERS: 1/2 price of new, rebuilt. MR2500 w/remote, M1800, two M1500’s, B600 and B1200, B260, B160, M120. 780-305-3585, Barrhead, AB, WHEATHEART POST POUNDERS, post hole augers, Gallagher fencing equipment and Energizer repairs. 1-866-746-2666. 5 x 1 0 P O RTA B L E C O R R A L PA N E L S starting at $55. 403-226-1722, 1-866-5178335, Calgary, AB, REM TRACTOR TYPE post pounder, buildin hydraulic, $2000 OBO. 306-395-2668, KUBOTA SQ1200 GENERATOR, diesel, 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. (120-240 V), with Kohler transfer switch, c/w 50’ of electrical cable, enclosure, fuel tank w/fittings and hoses, 1000 L of diesel fuel, auto start, A/C block heater, like new BLOCKED SEASONED JACK Pine firewood only 65 hours. New $18,500. Asking for sale. Contact Lehner Wood Preservers $14,000. 403-256-9181, Calgary, AB. Ltd., 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. Will NEW AND USED generators, all sizes from deliver. Self-unloading trailer. 5 kw to 3000 kw, gas, LPG or diesel. Phone JACK PINE, BIRCH FIREWOOD. Pick up for availability and prices. Many used in or delivered. Bob 306-220-1278, Saska- stock. 204-643-5441, Fraserwood, MB. toon, SK. SEASONED SPRUCE SLAB firewood, one cord bundles, $67. Volume discounts. V&R Sawing, 306-232-5488, Rosthern, SK. WANTED: CENTERLINE 220, in good condition. 780-662-2617, Tofield, FIREWOOD: SEMI LOADS, self-unloading working truck, or pick up on yard. Hague, SK. AB. Phone: 306-232-4986, 306-212-7196.

PINE FIREWOOD, $85/cord or semi-load $2295; POPLAR, $75/cord or semi-load $2025. (Between 25-30 cords per load). Trucking extra. 306-763-2406, Prince Al- MIRACLE MOLECULE, a Noble prize winner! Heals heart, high blood pressure, bert, SK. cholesterol, overweight, arthritis, etc. 306-544-2560 WANTED: TUBGRINDERS all makes and Hanley, SK. cond.; Wanted JD 1610 CHISEL PLOWS, all sizes. 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. WANTED TO BUY: Tractor with front end BEV’S FISH & SEAFOOD LTD., buy diloader in need of mechanical repair. rect, fresh fish: Pickerel, Northern Pike, Whitefish and Lake Trout. Seafood also 306-395-2668, Chaplin, SK. available. Phone toll free 1-877-434-7477, WANTED: GRASS CATCHER for LX 178 JD 306-763-8277, Prince Albert, SK. GRAIN/PELLET BURNING STOVES, Grain 38” riding mower. 204-742-3738, EthelKEETS FISH FARM 3 to 7” Rainbow Trout Burning and Wood Burning outdoor furbert, MB. for spring stocking. Call 306-260-0288 or naces. Prairie Fire Grain Energy, Bruno, SK. WANTED: NEW HOLLAND bale wagons. 306-270-4639 to place an order. Website: Ph. 306-369-2825. Roeder Implement Inc . Seneca, KS, Saskatoon, SK. END OF SEASON SALE! Coalman Out785-336-6103. door Furnace. Cut your heating costs, burn WANTED: AG DRAWBAR for STX 430, have coal. Strass c r ap e r d r aw b a r fo r s a l e o r t r a d e . bourg, SK, 306-725-7552. 306-922-8155, Prince Albert, SK. 3 P R O P A N E S P A C E H E AT E R S , WANTED: IH 600, 650 Super 6 and Super 75,000-135,000 BTU, used once, $150 WD-9, 1456, 1026, 1206 and 1256. Phone WALLENSTEIN LOG skidding winch, (skid- each. Also rubber hoses for propane. Harder), 3 PTH attachment, like new, $3900. 319-442-3592, Keystone, Iowa. ris, SK, 306-656-2121. Phone 306-696-2884, Broadview, SK. WANTED: FWA TRACTOR, must have LOOKING FOR 22” or larger coal stoker 540/1000 PTO. Phone 306-939-4565, Earl h e a d a n d a u g e r s y s t e m . C a l l Ke v i n Grey, SK. 780-948-9160, Spruce Grove, AB. WANTED: JD TRACTORS for salvage, prompt pickup, fair prices. G.S. Tractor Want to slash heating costs? Salvage, Blaine Lake, SK., 306-497-3535. JCB ROUGH TERRAIN 1998 6000 lb. Naturally... WANTED SERVICE MANUAL for 1466 In- forklift, canopy, 3600 hrs, reg. and high floatation tires, $9700. 306-937-3222, BatPortage & Main Outdoor Water Furnace ternational. 780-525-2482, Boyle, AB. tleford, SK. Highly efficient, long lasting units with WANTED TO BUY: 2-150 White tractor for parts. 306-395-2668 or 306-681-7610, 3 JCB FORKLIFTS FOR SALE: 2005 JCB industry’s best warranty. 940’s 4x4, cab, 8000 lb. lift cap; 2005 JCB Chaplin, SK. Wood gasification, auto stoker 930 4x4, cab, 6000 lb. cap. Conquest WANTED; USED, BURNT, old or ugly trac- Equip 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. and conventional wood models for tors. Newer models too! Smith’s Tractor homes and business. Wrecking, 1-888-676-4847. WANTED: 1972 TO 1977 JD 6030 tractor Less Wood --- More Heat in any condition and anywhere. Call 204-766-2643. WANTED: Degelman or Bourgault heavy Get the facts before buying harrow and Degelman land roller. Yorkton, Heat Smart Plus Inc. SK, phone 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586.

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FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 75 wing up packer bar, P30, 50’- 52’, down press springs. Bow Island, AB, 403-952-2174, 403-545-2182. WANTED LATE MODEL high clearance SP sprayer w/low hrs. Prefer JD 4830. Will consider all others. Ph/fax 306-283-4747, 306-291-9395, Langham, SK. WANTED: MF #36 DISCERS, all sizes, paying $100, will pick up. 306-259-4923, 306-946-9669, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. WANTED: 40’ to 49’ cultivator w/harrows and also packer bar for same, good cond. Woodrow, SK. Call 403-327-9785. WANTED: EZEE-ON 29’-33’ air drill, 10” spacing, w/ground drive fan cart, in good condition. 306-997-5704, Borden, SK. WANTED: 350 BU. gravity wagon; Sakundiak 8x60 auger, not a swing; JD 1610, 610 41’ deep tiller. 204-773-2868, Russell, MB.


CLARK 8000 LB. forklift, side shift 550, 16’ reach, tires like new, Plt 328, engine overhaul, 6 cylinder gas engine, vg working cond., $5500. 204-743-2324 Cypress River MB,

BIRD WATCHERS CALL To The Far North! Bird stands and natural locations available. Year round bird and wildlife watching. Tree stands, ground blinds, and natural locations available. North Western Saskatchewan. Ron Kisslinger 306-822-2256 or email:

HAZELNUT PLANTS FOR sale, $3 each. U n i ve r s i t y o f S a s k . , S a s k at o o n , S K . USED OILFIELD TUBING and sucker 306-966-7286, rods. 306-421-7157, Estevan, SK.


TUBING: 1-1/2â&#x20AC;?, 2-3/8â&#x20AC;?, 2-7/8â&#x20AC;?, 3-1/2â&#x20AC;?. Sucker rod, 3/4â&#x20AC;?, 7/8â&#x20AC;?, 1â&#x20AC;? plain or scraper type. Other pipe avail. 1-800-661-7858, 780-842-5705, Wainwright, AB.




OIL WELL TUBE: 2-3/8â&#x20AC;?, $33, 2-7/8â&#x20AC;? $34, 3-1/2â&#x20AC;? $38, 4-1/2â&#x20AC;? $49, 5-1/2â&#x20AC;? $58. Rod: 3/4â&#x20AC;? $5, 1â&#x20AC;? $8, 1-1/4â&#x20AC;? $11, 1-5/8â&#x20AC;? $15. Delivery anywhere in Western Canada. Phone 1-888-792-6283.

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OILFIELD TUBING AND RODS, 2-7/8â&#x20AC;? at $30, 3/4â&#x20AC;? rods at $6. Truckload quantities only. 306-861-1280, Weyburn, SK. 1500 PIECES OF NEW GALVANIZED corrugated sheet metal, several different sizes, 10,000â&#x20AC;&#x2122; of 1/2â&#x20AC;? cable, like new. Phone 204-667-2867, fax 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB.


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SOO LINE CATTLE CO. 9th Annual On Track Angus Bull Sale, March 24, 2011 at the ranch, Midale, SK. 85 Angus bulls on offer, fully guaranteed: semen tested, cupp ultrasound, performance tested, free delivery, sight unseen program. For catalogue or inquiries contact: Justin Morrison 306-536-4590 or Roger Hardy 306-458-7521. Email: SELLING: BLACK ANGUS bulls. Wayside Angus, Henry and Bernie Jungwirth, 306-256-3607, Cudworth, SK.

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APPROX. 700â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 8â&#x20AC;? used alum. irrigation pipe, 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; lengths, ring lock type, $3.50/ft.; Approximately 2700â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 5â&#x20AC;? used aluminum irrigation pipe, 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; lengths, hook and l a t c h t y p e , w / r i s e r s $ 2 / f t . H a r r y, 780-632-2516, Vegreville, AB. HOME OF THE ELECTROGATOR II. Renke centre pivots, lateral pivots, minigators, travelling guns and new and used pumps. Can design your system and install. Phone 306-858-7351 Lucky Lake, SK. INT. 605 MOTOR w/Berkeley B6 pump with 10 KW generator set up to run pivot at 900 gallon per minute, very good shape, $9000. 403-327-9757, Coaldale, AB. WESTERN IRRIGATION LTD. Reinke centre pivot dealer. We buy and sell new and used equipment. For sale: travelling big gun, Deutz pumping unit, etc. Phone 306-867-9461, Outlook, SK. RAIN MAKER IRRIGATION: Zimmatic pivots/ Greenfield mini pivots, K-Line towable irrigation, spare parts/ accessories, new and used equipment. Custom designs to solve your specific irrigation needs. Rain Maker- experience you can trust. 306-867-9606, Outlook, SK.

STANDARD HILL CONNECTION BULL SALE MARCH 13, 1 PM MST Selling: â&#x20AC;˘ 50 Black Angus Yearlings â&#x20AC;˘ 12 Polled Hereford Two Yr. Olds at the Standard Hill Angus Sale Barn, Maidstone, SK. Call Les: (H) 306-893-4094 (C) 780-872-1555 email: Stephen (C) 306-893-8414 Catalogue

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THINKING OF IRRIGATING or moving water? Pumping units, 6â&#x20AC;? to 10â&#x20AC;? alum. pipe, wheel moves. Dennis, 403-308-1400, Taber, AB. 40 years of experience, not a Dealer. Email 2005 JD 4045T, 80 HP pumping unit, c/w Berkley B4GQBH pump, 12.75â&#x20AC;? impeller, exhaust primer, like new, only 2633 hrs., $14,000. Phone 403-654-2627 or cell 403-634-4222, Vauxhall, AB.

28X72â&#x20AC;&#x2122; GREENHOUSE FRAME including all fans, two big heaters and power box, etc. 306-722-3360, Fillmore, SK. RED ANGUS BULLS sired by Sakic, Black Angus by Density & Maine-Anjou bulls at Lazy H Bull Sale, March 31, 2 PM, 10 miles South of Maymont, SK. 306-237-9581. SHELTERBELT TREES. Poplars 3-4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tall, Spruce and Pine 1â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tall, all in 1 gal. pots. $7 ea., min. 200/order. Bareroot Ash and Elm straight 7-9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tall, $18 ea., min. 50/order. White Spruce 3â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tall, 5 gal. pot, $20 ea., min. 50/order. In Saskatoon, SK., can ship anywhere 1-877-995-5253.

THE 5th Lords of the North Bull Sale. 1985 GMC TOP Kick 7000 diesel, equipped Offering 21 Simmental bulls, 20 Red Angus with 60â&#x20AC;? Vermeer tree spade, exc. cond., bulls, and 10 PB open Simmental heifers, $32,500. 780-875-3909, Lloydminster, AB. Saturday, March 19, 2011, 1:00 PM, at Saskatoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. Contact Mitch Fiolleau, Green Spruce Simmentals 306-467-4975 or Elmer Wiebe, EKW Red Angus 306-381-3691 for info or a catalogue or view FREE COLOR CATALOGUE of Zone 2 hardy 92 ND ANNUAL BULL S HOW & S ALE hedging, windbreaks, shrubs, fruit and perennials. Family enterprise for 99 years. M a rch 6 (S how ) & 7 (S a le), 2 011 Lloyd m ins ter, S K/ AB BUY from a grower and SAVE. Boughen Nurseries V. R. Ltd., Box 12, Valley River, MB, R0L 2B0 ph. 204-638-7618, fax 204-638-7172.


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C R O W F O OT C AT T L E C O. R e d a n d Black Angus Bull and Commercial Female Sale, April 7 at the Ranch, Standard, AB. 125 beefy yearlings and 2â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plus 200+ Live Video Stream ing W illBe commercial females. Video clips, sale bulls A vailable D ay of Sale. at Call Dallas 403-934-7597, Chris 403-901-5045. For m ore info.,contact; BURNETT 27TH ANNUAL BULL and Female Auctioneer â&#x20AC;&#x201C; David Carson at519-291-2049 Sale, Saturday April 2nd, Swift Current, SK. 50 yearling Black Angus and Tarentaise info@ purebred bulls and composite bulls, low birth weights, calving ease, stacked pediEAST CENTRAL BULL POWER AGRI- grees, gaining 3+ lbs. per day. First calf PAVILION- Exhibition Grounds, Yorkton, heifers with Feb. calves and open replaceSK, Tuesday, March 22, 2011. For info: m e n t h e i fe r s . C a l l fo r c a t a l o g u e s 306-773-7065. 306-783-4800

RANGE READY BULL SALE, two yr. old and yearling bulls, Charolais, Horned Hereford, Red and Black Angus, Simmental and Limousin. Selling Saturday, Mar. 12th, 1 PM sharp at Heartland Livestock, Yorkton, SK. Also selling open heifer consignments. Online catalogue available soon. Call Heartland Livestock Services, Yorkton, SK, 306-783-9437 or

LOOKING FOR REAL GOOD 3 or 4 yr. old Black Angus bull. 306-726-2151, Southey, SK. PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS BULLS. Good selection of yearlings and 2 yr. olds. W av e n y A n g u s F a r m , M i ke C h a s e , 780-853-2275, 780-853-3384, Vermilion REGISTERED BLACK ANGUS yearling bulls, some from AI sires, EPDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s avail. semen tested. Hightree Cattle 306-843-2054 or 306-843-7354, Wilkie, SK. BLACK HARVEST 19TH Annual Bull Sale. April 13th 1:00 p.m. Kisbey, SK. 47 black yearlings and eight two year olds, 30 red yearlings. Performance & semen tested. Cecil 306-634-4454, Trevor 306-739-2924, or Jim 306-462-4440.

MOUNTAIN VIEW FARMS Final Chapter Dispersal. 78 Great Angus Years. Selling 150 long yearling and yearling bulls and 150 yearling heifers. Please join us on March 5/2011, Heartland Livestock Yards, Virden, MB to view the strongest calf crop ever raised at MVF. This will be the last chance to purchase MVF genetics. Call Scott 204-734-2503 home, 204-734-8821 cell. Email: Call for a free catalogue or view online at OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY MARCH 26, 10% discount on any purchases made that day. Selling registered yearling and 2 year old bulls. For more information call 306-463-3225, 306-460-8520, Netherhill, SK. View: OPEN REPLACEMENT HEIFERS AND BULLS, Maines and Black Angus. Top genetics, call for pricing. Call Donaro Farms, Melfort, SK. 306-752-3808, 306-921-7175,

REG. BLACK ANGUS 2 year old virgin bulls, sired by Angus Acres Spartan 160L. Some straight Canadian pedigrees. Complete performance and ultrasound data available. Will hold and deliver until needed. Call GBS Angus Farm 306-763-9539, Prince Albert, SK.

BLACK ANGUS BULLS a pen of select yearling bulls for your selection, semen t e s t e d , d e l i v e r y av a i l a b l e . P h o n e 306-433-2091, Creelman, SK. BURNETT BULL AND Female Sale, Saturday April 2nd, Swift Current, SK. 50 yearling bulls, low birth weights, calving ease, stacked pedigrees. Performance tested. 20 first calf heifers with Feb. calves. 30 open replacement heifers, purebred and commercial. Call for catalogues 306-773-7065


CITY VIEW SIMMENTALS and IVANHOE ANGUS 1st ANNUAL BULL SALE, March 22nd, 2011 1:00 PM, Johnstoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auction Mart Moose Jaw, SK. PB Angus yearling bulls and selection of 2 yr old bulls. Contact Ron or Marilyn Mountenay 306-345-2560, cell 306-630-5871, for info. CAJUN/FOXTAIL ANGUS, 35 yearling Angus bulls, Stockman 365, Krugerrand, Density and Final Answer bloodlines. Grown out on forage based. Birthweight and performance info. avail. Bon Accord, AB. Ph. 780-921-2180 or 780-360-9064. 10TH ANNUAL EVERBLACK Angus Common Sense Bull and Female Sale on Monday, March 28, 2:00 PM at Nilsson Bros., Vermilion, AB. Offering: 60- 2 yr. old Angus bulls, 25 Angus yearling bulls, 15 Angus purebred females. Sit back and relax when you purchase a Common Sense bull. Contact Ernie Gibson, Everblack Angus 780-853-2422; Wayne Stetson, Allandale Angus, 780-853-7523. View catalogue online at JUSTAMERE 16th ANNUAL BULL SALE, Monday, April 11, 2011 at the farm in Lloydminster, SK. On offer 80 top quality Black Angus bulls including yearlings, 2 yr. olds and fall yearlings. Semen tested and ready to. For more info. or a catalogue call 306-825-9702 or Jon 780-808-6860. ACQUIRE THE ANGUS ADVANTAGE at the 14th Annual Triple A Bull Sale on Monday, April 4th, Johnstone Auction, Moose Jaw, SK. 1 PM. 60 Black and 10 Red Angus bulls on feed at Hagerty Livestock, Stony Beach, SK, 306-345-2523. Breeding soundness, performance and carcass data available. A select group of heifers will also be on offer. For catalogues call 306-757-6133, Regina, SK FOR SALE: Yearling and 2-year old Black Angus bulls, some suitable for heifers. Also Black Angus/Simmental cross Max bulls. Top AI sires represented, semen tested and guaranteed. Contact Circle 7 Angus (Oberle Farms Ltd.), Shaunavon, SK. Kelly 306-297-3430, Ralph 306-297-2304.

PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS long yearling bulls, bred heifers, replacement heifers and second calvers, A1 Service. Meadow Ridge Enterprises, 306-373-9140, Saskatoon, SK.

JOHNSON LIVESTOCK BULL and Female Sale. Thursday March 17th. 140 yearling and long yearling bulls, 22 select heifers. Large sire groups of Final Answers, Pioneers, Carbon Copys, Bismarcks, and Four Seasons. For updates on the offering or the ranch look up Sale at the ranch, Peebles, SK. Contact Andrew at DOUBLE â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fâ&#x20AC;? CATTLE CO. and Wright 306-736-7393. Livestock Second Annual Bull Sale. Friday, MERIT CATTLE CO. 18th Annual Bull March 25th, 1 PM, Heartland Livestock, Sale Mon. March 28. 50 Black Angus bulls Prince Albert, SK. Selling 39 Black Angus from SUPERIOR DAMS. Contact Trent and 8 Red Angus yearling bulls from top 306-869-3156 or 869-7207 or email: genetics. For more info call Kelly Feige, t j l m e r i t @ s a s k t e l . n e t R a d v i l l e , S K . 306-747-2376; Jim Wright 306-752-3543 View catalogue at:

STANGER RANCHES COMPLETE Dispersal. 134 young Black Angus cow herd, 23 purebreds (no papers). Bred to start calving April 1. Owner retiring. For info. on feeding, vaccinations, replacements, bulls, etc. phone Doug 403-742-2661, 403-820-0854, Stettler, AB. HI LOW ANGUS selling open heifers, yearlings, and coming 2 yr. old bulls. 306-731-2940 306-581-7606 Lumsden, SK 15TH ANNUAL KBJ Round Farms Bull Sale on March 15, 2011 at the farm near Clyde, AB. at 1:00 PM. Offering: 75 Black and Red Angus yearling bulls; 5- 2 yr. olds. All CAP evaluated, semen tested, reliable bulls. Where the sale is never final. Contacts: Jim Round 780-348-5638, Barry Round 780-348-5794. View catalogue online at

BLACK ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE, Yearlings and two year olds, semen tested, guaranteed breeders, delivery available. 306-287-3900, 306-287-8006, Englefeld, SK. NORDAL LIMOUSIN AND ANGUS 2011 TOP QUALITY AI SIRED bulls and heifers Bull Sale, Saturday, April 16, 1:00 PM, for sale. Elwood Smith, Linwood Angus, Saskatoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. 306-528-4422, Nokomis, SK. Selling 40 black and red 2 yr. old Limousin 5TH ANNUAL JOHNSON Livestock Bull bulls plus 30 Black and Red yearling and 2 and Female Sale on Thursday, March 17, yr. old Angus bulls. Sale catalogue online 2011 at 1:00 PM at Pebbles, SK. Offering at or contact Rob 110 Angus yearling bulls, 20 Angus 2 yr. Garner 306-946-7946. olds, 18 open Angus heifers. One of the BLACK ANGUS BULLS on moderate top Seedstock Sources in the Nation. CAP growing ration, performance info. avail. evaluated and power EPD numbers. ConContact Adrian, Brian or Elaine Edwards, tact David Johnson 306-224-4341, Andrew V a l l e y h i l l s A n g u s , G l a s l y n , S K . Johnson 306-224-4613. View catalogue online at 306-342-4407.

12 YOUNG REG. PB COWS, sired by BCAR Topcut and AIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d to SAV Iron Mountain and SAV Worldwide. Top producing young cows. Call 403-862-7578, Glennie Bros. Angus, Carnduff, SK.

NEW SALE DATE CRESCENT CREEK ANGUS 13th Annual Bull and Female Sale, Saturday, April 2nd on the farm, Goodeve, SK. Offering 60 Black and 15 Red yearling Angus bulls. All bulls semen tested, performance and ultrasound data available. Also 35 Black Angus open replacement heifers. Crescent Creek offers time tested genetics and service second to none. Phone Wes 306-876-4420 or Rob 780-916-2628. Email View catalogue:

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Bull & Heifer SALE SATURDAY APRIL 9, 2011 1:00 p.m. on the Farm, 12 miles W. of Souris, MB CONTACT: Blaine Canning 204-858-2475 Michael Canning 204-858-2457 or visit us at

5th Annual BLUE COLLAR BULL SALE, Saturday April 9, 1:00 PM at Heartland Livestock, Yorkton, SK. On offer: 50+ purebred Black Angus bulls and 12 Black Angus yearling heifers. Call Scott Burkell: 306-783-7986, Troy Frick: 306-728-3515 or Jordan Sies: 306-748-2484. 75 YOUNG BLACK Angus cross cows for sale. 306-741-6513, Swift Current, SK.

JOHNSTON/ FERTILE VALLEY Black Angus Bull Sale, Friday, April 8th, 2011, 1:00 PM CST, at Saskatoon Livestock Sales. 80 thick, easy fleshing sons of King (pictured), Pioneer, Final Answer, Net Worth and Mandate. Also selling nine 2 yr. old bulls originally selected for in-herd use. Many of these bulls are suitable for heifers. All bulls are semen tested with complete performance and carcass info available. Deferred payment plan with 60% sale day, 40% interest free, due Dec. 1, 2 0 1 1 . D e n n i s a n d D av i d J o h n s t o n , 306-856-4726. Call for a catalogue or view on-line at THE BLACK PEARL ANGUS Bull & Female Sale, Sunday March 13, 2:00 PM., Edwards Livestock Center, Tisdale, SK. Selling 30+ rugged yearling and range ready 2 yr. old bulls and 20 open heifers. Bulls semen tested, vet inspected. Females sell with a Youth Incentive Program. Payment plan, wintering and delivery available. For catalogues or information phone Mel Sisson 306-873-4890 or T Bar Cattle Co. 306-933-4200 (PL#116061). See catalogue online at Check the offering prior to the sale and watch & bid online at LiveAuctions.TV PROFIT-A-BULL registered and hybrid yearlings by Bando, Double A, Emblazon and Pinebank, bred for calving ease and fertility, fed for longevity and low maintenance. Sam Dyck 306-933-2805, Warman, SK. Email

4TH ANNUAL STOCKMAN Select Bull Sale, March 29, 2011, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. On offer 30 Black and Red Angus yearling bulls and 30 Horned Hereford bulls plus 30 commercial open replacement heifers. Call Geoff Anderson, Anderson Cattle Co. 306-731-7921 or view catalogue at:

14TH ANNUAL MINBURN Bull Sale on Saturday, March 19, 1:00 PM at Minburn, AB. Offering 70 Black Angus yearling bulls, 5 Red Angus yearling bulls, 10 Black Angus 2 yr. olds. Top performance and calving ease. Bulls all semen tested and guaranteed. Contact Danny Warrilow, Minburn Angus 780-593-2205. View catalogue online at

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DURALTA FARMS 6TH ANNUAL Angus Bull Sale, Friday March 18, 1:30PM., at the farm, Vegreville, AB. Selling 60 rugged red and black Angus and Simm. cross Angus bulls, fertility and vet inspected, wintering and delivery available in western Canada. For catalogues or information call Dave Durie 780-208-4888 or T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200 (PL#116061). View catalogue online at BELMORAL ANGUS SELLING on the farm black and red yearlings and 5 two yr. olds. 306-877-2014, 306-877-4402, Dubuc, SK. GOOD SELECTION OF 2 yr. olds purebred Black Angus bulls. Call David or Pat 306-963-2639, Imperial, SK.

Y3 BAR LIVESTOCK is offering top quality Red and Black Angus yearling bulls for sale. Featuring the top genetics for optimal performance. Photos and more info available online at Call Lynn 780-718-8106, Leduc, AB. SOUTH VIEW RANCH BULL SALE, Thursday, April 14th, 1:30 PM at the Ranch, Ceylon, SK. Offering 90 top quality Red and Black Angus yearling bulls, semen performance and carcass evaluated. For m o r e i n fo o r c a t a l o g u e c a l l Ke i t h 306-454-2730 or Shane 306-454-2688 21st NORTHERN PROGRESS RED Angus Bull Sale. April 1st, 2011 at Saskatoon Livestock Sales, 1:30 PM. One herd sire, 11 2 yr. olds, 15 long yearlings, 33 yearlings, plus 45 top end commercial heifers. Call Mike at 306-237-4729, or Robert at 306-937-2880, SK. DIAMOND W CHAROLAIS 9TH ANNUAL BULL SALE, Thurs., March 24, 1:30 PM, Valley Livestock, Minitonas, MB. Offering 8 Red Angus and 5 Black Angus yearling bulls plus 35 Charolais yearling and two year old bulls, many polled some red factor. Sound, semen tested with delivery available. For catalogues and info contact the Walkers 306-865-3953 or By Livestock 306-584-7937. View catalogue online: LAZY MCANGUS 15th ANNUAL SIGNATURE SERIES BULL SALE. Please join us Saturday, March 19th, Brooks, AB. Top quality Red and Black Angus yearling and 2 year old bulls. Excellent group of heifer bulls available. All bulls are performance, semen and carcass tested. 403-641-2621, Bassano, AB. WOLF WILLOW ANGUS, quality 2 year old registered Red Angus bulls, excellent for cows or heifers, guaranteed breeders, performance and semen tested, delivery available. 204-859-2517, Rossburn, MB. CALVING EASE YEARLING BULLS. Excellent heifer bulls, strong cow bulls. Thick hair coats, quiet, fed for longevity. Guaranteed breeders, semen tested, delivered. B-elle Red Angus, Turtleford, SK. Ph/Email 306-845-2557,

RED ANGUS Yearling and 2 yr. old bulls, moderate growth ration bred maternal heifer bulls and cow bulls. Vermilion, AB. Call Ian 780-581-4141. REG. RED ANGUS two year old bulls for sale; Also selling Red Angus/ Simmental yearling hybrid bulls. Harv Verishine 306-283-4666, Langham, SK. 75 YOUNG RED Angus cross cows for sale. 306-741-6513, Swift Current, SK.

YEARLING AND 2 YR. OLD Red Angus bulls, built with performance and growth while retaining calving ease, EPD’s available. Selling a group at Regina Bull Sale, March 13 and remainder off the farm. Buy before calving season with the option that we will look after them for you. 306-771-2600, Balgonie, SK. SOUTH VIEW RANCH has select group of commercial Red or Black Angus open heifers, bred heifers and young cows bred Angus to start calving mid April. Red or Black Angus long yearling bulls. Ceylon, SK, Keith 306-454-2730, Shane 306-454-2688. REGISTERED RED ANGUS yearling bulls, some from AI sires, EPD’s avail. semen tested. Hightree Cattle, 306-843-2054 or 306-843-7354, Wilkie, SK.

SELECT NOW. Get Later. Superior quality DKF Red and Black Angus. Bulls: at DKF Ranch, anytime, also at Regina Bull Sale Sunday, March 13th. Females: registered and commercial priced. Agent for: Solar and Wind Water Systems and Calving Cameras. Dwayne or Scott Fettes, Gladmar, SK, phone 306-969-4506.

YEARLING AND 2 yr. old Blonde bulls. SIZE MATTERS CHAROLAIS Bull Sale, Phone 306-634-2174 or cell 306-421-6987 Thursday, April 14th, 1:30 p.m., at the Weinbender farm, Canora, SK (5.5 miles S Estevan, SK. on Hwy 9 and 1 mile E at Burgis Beach sign). Offering 40 yearling Charolais bulls, most polled, some Red Factor. We know REG. CHAROLAIS BULLS, 2 year olds and you sell your calves by the pound, so Size yearlings, polled and horned, some red. Matters to us. Bulls selected for perforQuiet bulls. Hand fed but not overfed. May mance, calving ease, fertility and hair. Seselect from 40 plus bulls. Also registered men tested, guaranteed with delivery open heifers for sale. Sold by private trea- available. For a catalogue or further inforty only. Call Wilf, Cougar Hill Ranch, mation call By Livestock 306-536-4261. Catalogue online at 306-728-2800, 306-730-8722, Melville, SK VERMILIONAIRES 25TH CHAROLAIS Bull WHITE CAP/ROSSO CHAROLAIS 21st Sale, April 2nd, Nilsson Bros. Livestock Ex- annual bull sale, April 6th 2011, 1PM at change, Vermilion, AB. 80- 2 yr. olds, 20 Howe Farm, 8 miles south of Moose Jaw yearlings, reds, whites, polled and horned, on hwy 2, 1.5 miles east. For sale: 26 two year old charolais; 25 yearling Charolais; free bull. Richard 780-846-2643, Kitscoty. 50 Red Angus yearling bulls. Call Darwin 306-693- 2384, Mike 306-691-5011, Dale 306-693- 2127 or visit to view catalogue. FOR SALE: Polled yearling and 2-year old Charolais bulls, including red factored. Also Charolais/Red Angus cross CCM bulls. Top AI sires represented, semen tested and guaranteed. Contact Circle 7 Charolais (Oberle Farms Ltd.), Shaunavon, SK. Kelly 306-297-3430, Ralph 306-297-2304.

GELBVIEH 11TH SASKATOON BULL & FEMALE SALE Friday Saskatoon Livestock March 25th 1PM Sales

Ca ll fo r a v ideo of th e bu lls Gelbvieh the Most Exciting Breed in the Cattle Industry. Explosive Growth, high Fertility and Superior Milking Ability. Selling 50 Stout Polled Red and Black yearling purebred Gelbvieh Bulls and select females. Pre-sale viewing of bulls Thursday, March 24, 2011 For more information DON SAVAGE AUCTIONS and catalogue contact at 403-948-3520

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2 YEAR OLD and yearling GELBVIEH PUREBRED VIRGIN BULLS. We specialize in both the heifer bulls for light weight births and the large herd bulls for cows. Call WL Farms, 403-854-2474, Hanna, AB. YEARLING GELBVIEH BULLS. Jen-Ty Gelbviehs, 403-378-4898, Duchess, AB.

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S.E. SASK BREEDERS 37th Annual Bull and Female Sale, Saturday, April 9, 2:00 p.m., Square D Sale Site, Langbank, SK (20km S of Whitewood on Hwy 9 and 5 km W). Offering 30 Charolais yearling bulls, most polled, some Red Factor, 15 polled Hereford two year old and yearling bulls and 8 long yearling open Hereford replacement heifers. All bulls are semen tested, weighed and guaranteed by long term breeding operations. For catalogues or RED ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE yearlings more information contact the sale managand two year olds, semen tested, guaran- er By Livestock 306-536-4261 or view the teed breeders, delivery available. Website: catalogue online at Ph 306-287-3900, PERROT-MARTIN CHAROLAIS Annual 306-287-8006, Englefeld, SK. Bull Sale is Wednesday, March 30, 2:00 90 YEARLING AND 2 year old bulls. Semen PM, at the farm, Naicam, SK. Selling 50 tested and delivered in spring. Sight un- yearling and 2 yr. old bulls. Semen tested. seen purchases available. Bob Jensen Delivery, terms and board available. New 306-967-2770, Leader, SK. location, same quality. For catalogues or info contact Collin and Kimberley Martin MAPLE RIDGE ACRES has for sale pure- 306-874-2186 or T Bar C Cattle Co. bred Red Angus bulls. Sire was member of 306-933-4200. PL 116061. View catalogue CWA Supreme Champion pen of bulls. online at Les Saunders, 306-997-4507, Borden, SK. CHAROLAIS BULLS FOR SALE. Yearlings 20 BRED REG. Angus cows and heifers to and two yr olds, some red factor, mostly calve in April. 306-877-2014, Dubuc, SK. polled and are very quiet. Contact Bar H Charolais in Grenfell, SK. Phone: Kevin 306-697-2901 or Lawrence 306-697-2988. 4TH ANNUAL STOCKMAN Select Bull Sale, March 29, 2011, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. On offer 30 Red and Black Angus yearling bulls and 30 Horned Hereford bulls plus 30 commercial open replacement heifers. Call Mike McDonald, Windy Hill Livestock, 306-631-4103 or view catalogue:

WATSON CATTLE CO. Purebred Gelbvieh, Red Angus and hybrid yearling bulls for sale. All bulls sold private treaty starting at our open house 10:00 AM, March 4th, 6 miles SW of Medicine Hat, AB. For more info. and on-line bull catalogue go to DOUBLE BAR D FARMS BEST OF BOTH or call 403-528-7456. WORLDS Annual Bull and Female Sale, March 28th at the farm, 1 PM, Grenfell, WARDS RED ANGUS and BENLOCK SK. Offering 150 head of Simmental and Farms Annual Bull Sale, March 5th, Red Angus bulls and females. Call Ken 2011, SLS Saskatoon, SK. Starting 2:00 PM 306-697-7204, 306-697-2474 or Richard Red and Black yearling and fall yearlings 306-697-7298, 306-697-3038. To view plus Black 2 yr. olds. For more info. call catalogue: or Clarke 306-931-3824, Tom 306-668-2125. View catalogue online FOR SALE: Yearling and 2-year old Red DURALTA FARMS 6TH ANNUAL Angus Angus bulls, some suitable for heifers. Bull Sale, Friday March 18, 1:30PM., at the Also Red Angus/Simmental cross Max farm, Vegreville, AB. Selling 60 rugged red bulls. Top AI sires represented, semen and black Angus and Simm. cross Angus tested and guaranteed. Contact Circle 7 bulls, fertility and vet inspected, wintering Angus (Oberle Farms Ltd.), Shaunavon, SK. and delivery available in western Canada. Kelly 306-297-3430, Ralph 306-297-2304. For catalogues or information call Dave HOWE/COCKBURN RED ANGUS 21st Durie 780-208-4888 or T Bar C Cattle Co. annual bull sale, April 6th 2011, 1 PM at 306-933-4200 (PL#116061). View cataHowe farm, 8 miles South of Moose Jaw logue online at on Hwy 2, 1.5 miles East. For sale: 50 Red Angus yearlings; 26 two year old Charo- Y COULEE HAS 15 two year old and 25 lais, 25 yearling Charolais bulls. Call Ward yearling reg. Red Angus bulls suitable for 306-799-4911 or Mike 306-691-5011, or heifers and cows, performance and semen tested. Free wintering until May 1. Will view catalogue at trade for feed barley. 306-344-4993 eves. RED ANGUS BULLS on moderate grow- 780-205-2283 days, Frenchman Butte, SK. ing ration, performance info. avail. Contact Adrian, Brian or Elaine Edwards, Valleyhills 11TH ANNUAL ON Target Bull and FeAngus, Glaslyn, SK. 306-342-4407. male Sale on March 16, 1:00 PM at Barrhead, AB. Offering 65 Black and Red Angus ENTIRE HERD DISPERSAL: registered bulls, 25 red and black Simmental bulls, 2 Red Angus, established 1989. 80% of cows choice heifer lots. Top end performing aged 2-6, no cows over 10. 999 Angus. bulls and calving ease bulls from: Dwajo 306-662-2178, Maple Creek, SK. Angus 780-674-4410, Cinder Angus NORDAL LIMOUSIN AND ANGUS 2011 780-674-5773, Jones Land & Cattle Bull Sale, Saturday, April 16, 1:00 PM, 7 8 0 - 6 7 4 - 6 3 7 7 , C R M S i m m e n t a l s Saskatoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. 7 8 0 - 6 7 4 - 2 2 9 9 , S I B L S i m m e n t a l s Selling 40 black and red 2 yr. old Limousin 780-785-2045. View catalogue online at bulls plus 30 Black and Red yearling and 2 yr. old Angus bulls. Sale catalogue online at or contact Rob BLACK HARVEST 19TH Annual Bull Sale. April 13th 1:00 p.m. Kisbey, SK. 47 black Garner 306-946-7946. yearlings and eight two year olds, 30 red FLYING K RANCH- Breeding quality Red yearlings. Performance & semen tested. Angus since 1972. Bull sale- New Date- Cecil 306-634-4454, Trevor 306-739-2924, April 13/11, Swift Current, SK. All bulls or Jim 306-462-4440. semen, performance and carcass tested. Free delivery in Western Canada. Call for a catalogue today 306-773-6313. RED ANGUS BULLS, calving ease, semen TWO YEAR OLD BULLS, full-bloods and tested, guaranteed breeders. Little de half bloods; also Yearling heifers for sale. Ranch 306-845-2406, Turtleford, SK. 403-556-7454, Olds, AB.

HORSESHOE E CHAROLAIS Annual Bull Sale, Saturday, Mar. 12th at Johnstone’s Auction Mart, Moose Jaw. Selling 40 yearlings and 10 two yr. olds, mainly polled, thick, hairy bulls w/bred-in calving ease. Delivery available and can be kept until May 1st. For more info or a catalogue call Layne or Paula Evans 306-252-2246, Kenaston, SK. PUREBRED CHAROLAIS BULLS. Wide selection of yearling bulls and some 2 yr. olds. Thick topped, hairy, good footed bulls with excellent disposition, white and red. Contact Stephen 306-279-2033, Creek’s Edge Land & Cattle, Yellow Creek, SK, PLEASANT DAWN CHAROLAIS 9TH ANNUAL BULL SALE, Sat., Mar. 19, 1 PM, Heartland Livestock, Virden, MB. All polled, some red factor, offering of 54 yearling and two year old bulls. Wintering, delivery and sight unseen purchase pro gram available. Bred for calving ease w/growth, hair and soundness. For catalogues or info contact Tully or Trent Hatch 204-855-2402 or 204-855-3078 or By Livestock 306-584-7937. View catalogue online:

ELDER CHAROLAIS 1ST Annual Bull Sale, Thursday March 31st, 1:30 p.m., at the farm Coronach, SK. Offering 38 performance yearling bulls that will add profitable pay weight to your calf crop. Many polled, some red factor. Guaranteed, with free delivery & board avail. Sight unseen purchase program avail. For catalogues or more information, contact Ron Elder 306-267-4986, Mike Elder 306-267-5655 or By Livestock 306-536-4261. View the catalogue online at PUREBRED 2 YR. old and yearling bulls, reds and whites, semen tested. Will hold u n t i l m i d M ay. C a l l D R D C h a r o l a i s , 306-727-4927, Sintaluta, SK. PALMER CHAROLAIS has yearling and 2 year old white and red factor bulls for sale by private treaty. Thick meaty bulls w/lots of hair. Guaranteed breeders. Will hold until pasture time. Delivery available. Bladworth, SK. Phone Velon 306-567-7033, 306-567-5545 or Bob 306-567-5460. MCTAVISH FARMS: Charolais yearling & 2 year olds, Red Angus yearling & 2 year olds. Proven EPD’s backed with ultrasound, private treaty sales, your pen choice, South East Sask. Sale April 9, 2011. Phone Brian 306-435-4125 or view sale bulls at or stop in anytime. Moosomin, SK. RED FACTOR white and black Charolais bulls, yearlings and 2 yr. olds. Wheatheart Charolais, Rosetown, SK. 306-882-6444. CHAROLAIS BULLS, yearling and 2 yr. olds, semen tested, fully guaranteed. LVV Ranch, 780-582-2254, Forestburg, AB.

HI-WEIGH CHAROLAIS BREEDERS Bull Sale supplying Pay Weight Sires, Wed., March 23, 1:00 PM, Plains-Ag Complex, Neepawa, MB. 60+ bulls including 2 yr. olds and yearlings. Mostly Polled, some Red Factor. Semen tested, vet inspected. Weights, measurements and performance data will be posted. Delivery available. For catalogues and info. call Raymond Airey 204-328-7153 or 204-724-3600 cell; T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200. PL #116061. View catalogue online YEARLING CHAROLAIS BULLS for sale. Call 306-755-2157, Tramping Lake, SK. CHAROLAIS BULLS, 2 yr. olds and yearlings, polled and horned, tans and white. Call Howard 306-887-4308, Weldon, SK.

FOCUS ON THE FUTURE BULL SALE, March 31, 2:00 PM. Alameda Auction Mart, Alameda, SK. 60 bulls sell. Polled Herefords, red and black Simmental and Simm cross Angus herd builders. Semen tested. Vet inspected. Wintering, delivery, terms available. For catalogues or info contact Wheatland Cattle Co., Vernon LaFrentz 306-634-7765; ANL Polled Herefords, Karl Lischka 306-487-2670 or T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200. PL 116061. View catalogue online 20 OPEN HEREFORD HEIFERS for sale, information at or phone 306-743-5105, Langenburg, SK. GOOD 2 YR. old bulls, also several herdsires, easy calvers. Fed for service not for show. Polled Herefords since 1950. Erwin Lehmann 306-232-4712, Rosthern, SK.

M I L K Q U OTA A N D DA I RY H E R D S NEEDED Fresh cows and heifers avail. Total Dairy Consulting. Tisdale, SK. Rod York 306-873-7428, Larry Brack 306-220-5512. FRESH HEIFERS FOR SALE: Require dairy herds and quota. R&F Livestock, Bryce Fisher, 306-239-2298, cell 306-221-2620, Warman, SK.

2 YR. OLD AND YEARLING POLLED CONSIGNING TO REGINA BULL SALE, 2 Gelbvieh Bulls, choice of 70. Winders Gelb- red, 2 black, polled yearling bulls, thick, vieh 780-672-9950, Camrose, AB. deep bodied, full of muscle. More bulls available at the farm. Eden Meadows Limousin 306-781-4628, Zehner, SK. STOUT YEARLING and 2 yr. old Limousin bulls, polled, horned, red, black. Quiet bulls with great performance. Short Grass Limousin, 306-773-7196, Swift Current SK GOOD SELECTION OF STOUT yearling and 2 year old red and black bulls, with good disposition, and calving ease. Qually-T Limousin, 306-322-4755 or 306-322-7554, Rose Valley, SK.

ANCHOR B LIMOUSIN BULL SALE Friday, March 18, Saskatoon Livestock Sales. 40 bulls, 8- 2 yr. olds, 32 yearlings. Semen tested, free delivery, guaranteed. Bull video available. Martin Bohrson 306-544-2612, Hanley, SK. NORDAL LIMOUSIN AND ANGUS 2011 Bull Sale, Saturday, April 16, 1:00 PM, Saskatoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. Selling 40 black and red 2 yr. old Limousin bulls plus 30 Black and Red yearling and 2 yr. old Angus bulls. Sale catalogue online JOHNER STOCK Farm Bulls, Polled Here- at or contact Rob fords, 2 yrs and yearlings, delivered. MaidGarner 306-946-7946. DIAMOND W CHAROLAIS 9TH ANNUAL BULL SALE, Thurs., March 24, 1:30 PM, stone, SK, 306- 893-2714, 306-893-2667. Valley Livestock, Minitonas, MB. Offering S.E. SASK BREEDERS 37th Annual Bull and 35 Charolais yearling and two year old Female Sale, Saturday, April 9, 2:00 p.m., bulls, many polled, some red factor plus 8 Square D Sale Site, Langbank, SK (20 km S Red Angus and 5 Black Angus yearling of Whitewood on Hwy 9 and 5 km W). Ofbulls. Sound, semen tested with delivery fering 15 polled Hereford two year old and available. For catalogues and info contact yearling bulls, 30 Charolais yearling bulls, the Walkers 306-865-3953 or By Livestock most polled, some Red Factor, and 8 long 306-584-7937. View catalogue online: yearling open Hereford replacement ers. All bulls are semen tested, weighed and guaranteed by long term breeding operations. For catalogues or more informacontact the sale manager By Livestock DISPERSAL: DEXTER HERD, 80 cows due tion or view the catalogue onApril, bred heifers, bulls, heifer and bull 306-536-4261 line at calves. 403-845-5763, Rocky Mt. House AB HAY’S HEREFORDS: 1 and 2 yr. old Hereford bulls. Homebuilder, Marquis, Voltage bloodlines. 204-854-2226, Pipestone, MB. RED GALLOWAY bulls and females for sale. Lone Pine Creek, 403-340-6783, Delburne, AB. GENUINE GENETICS GALLOWAY Bull Sale, March 12, 2010, Innisfail Alberta Auction Market. Best 40 bulls from 4 herds, Big Deal, Dun Gal, Plaid, Westview. Contacts: Russel Horvey 403-749-2780, Steve Schweer 403-304-7354.

MACMILLAN CHAROLAIS now has yearling bulls for sale. Calving ease and market demand are our focus. Developed on moderate feed to express their genetic potential. Call Tim or Lorna 306-931-2893 at Saskatoon, SK. POLLED YEARLING CHAROLAIS bulls. Performance and semen tested. Guaranteed b r e e d e r s . W i l l k e e p u n t i l M a y. $2000-$2200. Charrow Charolais, Marshall, SK. 306-387-8011 or 780-872-1966. STEPPLAR FARMS LTD. has 50 polled PB yearling Charolais bulls for sale. Stout, correct, easy-calving, leading genetics carrying the Steppler guarantee. Volume/repeat buyer discount, free delivery. Steppler Farms Ltd., Miami, MB. Ph: Andre and Katie 204-435-2463 or Dan and Pat 204-435-2021.

WATSON CATTLE CO. Purebred Gelbvieh, Red Angus and hybrid yearling bulls for sale. All bulls sold private treaty starting at our open house 10:00 AM, March 4th, 6 miles SW of Medicine Hat, AB. For more info. and on-line bull catalogue go to or call 403-528-7456.

RANCH READY BULL SALE: 50 ranch raised Horned Hereford bulls, March 24, 1:00 PM, Mankota, SK. Catalo gue on-line at For info. contact Craig Braun 306-297-2132 or Donnie Gillespie 306-627-3584.

HIGH PERFORMANCE PUREBRED HEREFORD BULLS. Polled and Horned, H1 Crossbred HA BBF. TOP QUALITY, high yielding, Ranch ready for you to view. Low/moderate birthweight. Visit us anytime to see our cattle. SS Cattle Co. Irma, AB. 780-754-2850 or 780-842-0118 or email DEHORNED HEREFORD BULLS for sale. 306-743-5105, Langenburg, SK. Check them out at:

4TH ANNUAL STOCKMAN Select Bull Sale March 29, 2011, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. On offer 30 Horned Hereford 2 yr. old and yearling bulls and 30 Red and Black Angus yearling bulls plus 30 commercial open replacement heifers. Call Murray Andrews, Triple A Herefords, 306-631-9271, or view catalogue on-line at DAVIDSON GELBVIEH and LONESOME DOVE RANCH 22nd Annual Bull Sale on Saturday, March 5th, 2011, Dinner 11:00, Sale 1:00 Heartland Livestock, Swift Current, SK. Please call for catalogue, DVD’s, info or view catalogue and video online Ponteix, SK, 306-625-3755, 306-625-3513. V&V FARMS 10th ANNUAL Gelbvieh Bull and Female Sale, Friday, March 18, 2011, 1:00 PM at the farm, Redcliff, AB. Complimentary lunch at 11:30. Free delivery. Selling 60 yearling and two year old Gelbvieh bulls, 20 open purebred heifers. Red and black genetics on offer. Guest consignor: Towerview Ranch. For information contact: Vern and Vivienne Pancoast 403-548-6678 or Don Savage Auctions 403-948-3520. View catalogue online: 2 YR. AND YEARLING Gelbvieh and Black Angus bulls for sale, 35 to choose from, deposit will hold until spring. 306-997-4917, Borden, SK.

LLOYDMINSTER BULL SALE, March 7, 2011. Selling 8 top quality, double polled red and black Limousin bulls, large scrotum, heavy weaning weights. These bulls are worth a look, you won’t be disappointed. Payne Livestock Rocky and Debbie 306-825-4056, Lloydminster SK. Pics avail. Email: CIRCLE T LIMOUSIN yearling and 2 yr. old performance tested polled red and black bulls. EPD, ROP data available. Semen tested. Guaranteed. Estevan, SK. Darryl Tedford, 306-634-4621, Harvey Tedford, 306-634-8536,

BIG ISLAND LOWLINES Farmfair Int. Premier Breeder. Fullblood/percentage, SQUARE-D BULLS: Two year old and Black/Red Carrier, females, bulls, red yearlings for sale on the farm. Satisfaction fullblood semen, embryos. 780-486-7553 guaranteed, delivery can be arranged. Also Darrell, 780-434-8059 Paul, Edmonton AB. at Regina Bull Sale March 13 and SE Bull Sale April 9. Jim Duke 306-538-4556, Mary Duke 306-538-4693, Langbank, SK. MAINE-ANJOU BULLS, 2 yr. olds and yearEAST CENTRAL BULL SALE. March 18th lings. Breeder since 1970, best selection at Dryland Cattle Trading Corporation, anywhere. Gary Graham 306-823-3432, Veteran, AB. On offer will be 40 Horned Marsden, SK. and Polled Hereford bulls consigned by 11 reputation breeders. All will be semen CANADIAN MAINE-ANJOU Association. tested and halter broke. Parade of bulls at Power, performance and profit. For info on 11 AM, Sale at 1:30 PM. Ph 403-676-2086 Maine-Anjou genetics 403-291-7077, Calgary, AB. or email for catalogues


OPEN REPLACEMENT HEIFERS AND BULLS, Maines and Black Angus. Top genetics, call for pricing. Call Donaro Farms, Melfort, SK. 306-752-3808, 306-921-7175,

BLACK, MODERATE, low birthweight, performance bulls, fed on a growing ration. Will semen check. Can arrange delivery. Phone 306-398-2822, Cut Knife, SK. GOOD SOLID BULLS. Yearlings and 2 yr. olds. EPD’s on all bulls. Purebreds and Fullbloods. 306-374-0763, Saskatoon, SK.

IDEAL FOR ACREAGES, we have various breeds of mini cattle for sale. Please call 306-493-2528, Delisle, SK. 10 BRED MINIATURE Hereford cows, PB and registered, start calving April, 4-7 yrs. old. 306-275-2244, St. Brieux, SK.

POLLED POLLED POLLED - Salers bulls for sale. Call Spruce Grove Salers, Yorkton, SK, 306-782-9554, 306-621-1060. QUIET, EASY CALVING registered red and black bulls. Elderberry Farm Salers, 306-747-3302, Parkside, SK.


5 t h A N N UA L P R O U D LY W E S T E R N BULL SALE, 60 Simmental yearling bulls and a select group of commercial yearling heifers sell Saturday, April 2nd, 1:00 PM at the Whitewood Auction Barn, Whitewood, SK. For more info contact one of the consignors: Johnson Stock Farms, 306-224-4272, Oak Hill Farms, 306-728-5674, Prairie Wind Farms Ltd., 306-634-4410, Scissors Creek Cattle Co., 306-735-4434 or Sun Rise Simmentals, 306-534-4700. Catalogue can be viewed at ASHWORTH FARM AND RANCH and Guest 8th Annual Bull Sale, Monday, March 1:00 PM. Optimum Genetics Sale FaLITTLE WILLOW CREEK RANCH bulls for 7th, 10 miles south of Regina, SK. Guest sale. Two yr old and long yearling, polled cility consignor Tessier Simmentals offering 60 and horned. Traditional and Red Factor, red and black bulls. For catagood selection of each. Semen checked, logue or moreSimmental call Kelly Ashworth delivered and wintered until April 1st at no 306-456-2749, info Duane or Colin Tessier charge. For information call: Ervin Harland 306-969-4507, or Bouchard at: 306-344-4807 or Scott Harland at: 403-946-4999. View catalogueLivestock online at 306-344-2027. View information and pics online: FOR Sale: Yearling and 2-year old Red, POLLED TRADITIONAL YEARLINGS power- Black and full Fleckvieh Simmental bulls ful bulls out of powerful cows w/excellent Home of Leachman Body Builder 7303F. udders. Fleckvieh influenced, dark red, Also Red & Black Angus/Simmental cross goggle-eyed, exc. hair and feet, great dis- Max bulls. Top AI sires represented, sepositions. Will keep until spring, starting at men tested and guaranteed. Contact Cir$1600. Call Brook’s Simmentals, Konrad cle 7 Simmental (Oberle Farms Ltd.), Seabrook, 306-845-2834, Turtleford, SK. Shaunavon, SK. Kelly 306-297-3430, Ralph 2 YR. OLD and yearling Simmental bulls, 306-297-2304. polled, red, and red baldies. Will winter DOUBLE BAR D FARMS BEST OF BOTH and have semen tested. Also open red WORLDS Annual Bull and Female Sale, baldy heifers. Sunnyside Simmentals March 28th at the farm, 1 PM, Grenfell, 306-731-2703, Lumsden, SK. SK. Offering 150 head of Simmental and NORTH CREEK SIMMENTALS red and black Red Angus bulls and females. Call Ken yearling bulls. Barry 306-997-4427 or 306-697-7204, 306-697-2474 or Richard 306-697-7298, 306-697-3038. To view 306-230-3123. Borden, SK. catalogue: or


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NEW TREND SALERS BULL SALE, Thursday, March 17, 2:00 PM, Olds Cow Palace, Olds, AB. 50 red and black, yearling and 2 yr. old Saler bulls and 25 open heifers. Bulls semen and performance tested. For info or catalogues call Mike Hildebrand 403-337-3014 or T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200. PL 116061. View catalogue online at

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SALERS BULLS FOR SALE. Polled Red and Black, quiet, semen tested. Delivery available. Also polled Red and Black heifers. Harbrad Sales Farms, Brad Dunn 306-459-7612, Ogema, SK.

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B AT T L E R I V E R S H O RT H O R N S A L E Yearlings, two year old bulls and open replacement heifers, Wed. March 9, 1:00 PM MST, VJV Auction Mart, Ponoka AB. Phone Ken 403-783-435, Kirk 403-729-2267 or view on-line

BENDER SHORTHORNS and Star P Farms Bull Sale, Tuesday, March 22 at Yorkton Exhibition Ground. 40 yearlings and 2 yr. old bulls, 90% are red in color, also selling replacement heifers. Call for catalogue 306-748-2876, Neudorf, SK, or 306-682-3692 Humboldt, SK. Carcass data on-line or

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WANTED: LEASE TO OWN, approx. 50 MINIATURE HORSES for sale, herd reblack cows, will consider others. Phone duction. 1 reg. 4 yr. old gelding, chocolate 306-528-4466, Nokomis, SK. Paint; 1 yearling stud, black/white Paint; 1 approx. 10 yr. old mare, Tri-Paint. Prices WANTED: COWS/ FEEDER calves on lease negotiable. Will help with travel. Fort Nelto own. Will also custom feed year round. son BC. Call Val, days: 250-774-6127 or Grassland for 200 feeders. 306-922-0057, eves./weekends: 250-774-3728. MacDowall, SK.

WANTED: 80 TO 100 young British cows, Red/RWF prefer April- May calving. Good HERD DISPERSAL: 100 bred cows, black rate of interest paid on full or partial venand red, 3 to 8 yrs. old, bred to Black An- dor financing. Buyer is reliable experienced gus. Age verified, calving to start April 1st. cattleman. 306-862-8001, Nipawin, SK. Asking $1200. Phone: 204-686-2343, 204-686-2334, Tilston, MB.

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WANTED: DRAFT TYPE Percheron, 17 to 18 HH for field work. Also black and white Paint or draft cross, 15 to 16.5 HH to drive. 403-874-7616, Beiseker, AB.

50 BLACK ANGUS cross replacement heifer calves. Phone 306-435-2055, Moosomin, SK. 20 BRED HEIFERS, Simmental cross, bred R e d A n g u s , s t a r t c a l v i n g Ap r i l 1 s t , 306-743-5178, Langenburg, SK.

DISPERSAL OF 20 Registered broodmares. Bred to Smart Lil Marmoset for 2011. Daughters of King Hankins Two, Gay Bar Lena, Scotto Dee Bar, Blue Boy Doc and Alabama Okie. Pickup 15.2 hand, Watch Joe Jack bred Perlino Stallion and mares before March 20 for $12,000. Wapella, SK. 306-532-4856. REG. QH DARK Palomino stallion, halter broke and started to ride as a 2 yr. old. Will pasture breed, $1500 OBO. 3 reg. QH Palomino mares, halter broke, 1 purebred QH Palomino stud colt, $475 to $875 OBO. Call 306-865-4168 eves., Hudson Bay, SK. 1993 GREY STALLION , The Ultimate Smoke, sired AQHA champion Smokeys Gray, by AQHA champion Smokey Duster Too. Has show record on AQHA circuit, sired multiple Canadian National Champions and superiors. Pleasure, roping, and reining. Has been hand bred and pasture bred, in great condition, 10+ disposition. 2009 red roan stallion, Rock It Out, sired by HH Red Rock, AQHA open and amateur superior champion, sired by AQHA hall of famer Zippos Mr. Goodbar, very correct, 10+ disposition. Bred broodmares, bloodlines include: Very Swift, Goldseeker Leo, Smokeys Gray, McLeo, Bars. Prices start at $1000, pkg. deals available. Kitscoty, AB. 780-846-2652, 780-808-5903. 9 YR. OLD BLACK STALLION, Fast Moon Chick-Martha’s Six Moons-GivemalickinDash for Cash. Several colored fillies. $600 and up. Blue and Red Roan Palomino, Blacks, Buckskins. McMillan Ranch, Vermilion, AB. 780-853-2292.

SECOND CALVERS and bred heifers, good quality, quiet, Red Angus cross and Blacks, due to calve April 1st, bred Red and Black Angus. 403-882-2590 Castor, AB

BRED COWS mainly Simmental, some heifers bred Red Angus, Angus/Simmental heifers bred Black Angus. Looking for good quality hay bales. 3J Simmental Farms, PUREBRED SOUTH DEVON bulls and An- Lintlaw, SK, 306-325-4622, 306-327-8005. gus/South Devon cross (Pound-Maker) TOP QUALITY Red, Red Angus/Simmenbulls; Black South Devon cross replace- tal cross cows. Due to calve Feb./March. ment heifers. 403-566-2467, Duchess, AB. Phone 306-327-4550, Kelvington, SK.

QUALITY YEARLING AND 2 yr. old bulls. Good selection, you pick for a deposit and we will semen check and keep til May 1st. Our March and April bulls compare well against other Nov.- Jan. bulls. Delivery can be arranged. Check us out on our website PAR Ranch, Neilburg, SK., ph 306-823-4794, cell 780-205-0719, 780-205-1668.

225 BLACK, BBF and a few reds, preg checked, calving April/May, bred Black Angus, $1175. 306-726-7455, Southey, SK. 15 YOUNG BLACK COWS, May/June calvers, $1050. 306-867-8069, Outlook, SK. BRED CHAROLAIS HEIFERS, March calving, $1300; Bred cows, March- May calving, $1200 for pick. Owen 306-948-2387, Biggar, SK.

R PLUS SIMMENTALS, 11th Annual Bull Sale, Sunday, March 6/11, 1:00 PM at the ranch, 5 miles SE of Estevan, SK. Watch for signs. Selling: 90 multi-generation red and black Simmental bulls, bred for easy calving and performance. Excellent bulls for commercial and purebred operations. For more info call Marlin LeBlanc, 306-634-8031, cell 306-421-2470; Rob Holowaychuk, cell 780-916-2628.

SWAN LAKE SIMMENTALS Bull Sale Monday, March 28. Guest consigner at Double Bar D Best of Both Worlds Sale, Grenfell, SK. Red and Black Simmentals. For more info phone Greg 306-457-7730, Stoughton, SK.

SUNNY VALLEY SIMMENTALS 21st Annual Bull and Female Sale. Please join us Wed., March 9, 2011 at Saskatoon Livestock Sales. 36 top quality fullblood red and black yearling bulls and a select group of females. All bulls are performance and semen tested. Wayne 306-544-2651, Tyler 306-544-7633, Hanley, SK. View catalogue online

CITY VIEW SIMMENTALS and IVANHOE ANGUS 1st ANNUAL BULL SALE, FOR SALE: PUREBRED BLACK Simmental March 22nd, 2011, 1:00 PM, Johnstone’s bulls. Call Brent 204-773-6159, Russell, Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. Selection of yearling and 2 yr. old PB Simmental bulls. MB. Contact Blaine Barnett 306-691-3747 or SIMMENTAL BULLS, Traditional, Red cell 306-631-6618 for more information. Factor and Blacks. All Fleckvieh influenced. 2 YR. OLD and yearling Simmental bulls, Four D Ranch, Glaslyn, SK, 306-342-4208. red and black, polled and horned, moderFOCUS ON THE FUTURE BULL SALE, ate birthweights. All bulls sold private March 31, 2:00 PM. Alameda Auction Mart, treaty. Call Bill or Virginia Peters, Perdue, Alameda, SK. 60 bulls sell. Polled Here- SK, 306-237-9506. fords, red and black Simmental and Simm cross Angus herd builders. Semen tested. IN PURSUIT OF PERFECTION BULL Vet inspected. Wintering, delivery, terms Sale. Selling 94 Red and Black Simmental, available. For catalogues or info contact Red and Black Angus and best beef bulls, Wheatland Cattle Co., Vernon LaFrentz Thursday March 10, 1:30 PM at Spring 306-634-7765; ANL Polled Herefords, Karl Creek Ranch, Moosomin, SK. For info. go Lischka 306-487-2670 or T Bar C Cattle t o w w w. s p r i n g c r e e k s i m m e n t a l s . c o m Co. 306-933-4200. PL 116061. View cata- Call Brian 306-435-3590, Craig 204-761-5991. logue online

REGINA BULL SALE. Show: Sat., March 12, 2011, 11:30 AM. Sale: Sun., March 13, 2011, 11:30 AM. Canada Center Arena, Evraz Place. Breeds: Black Angus, Red Angus, Simmental, Charolais, Hereford, Limousin. View catalogs online: or contact: 306-631-0767. 60 RED AND BLACK Angus bred heifers, m a ke e x c e l l e n t r e p l a c e m e n t s . C a l l ALBERTA TEXAS LONGHORN Assoc. 204-937-4683, Roblin, MB. 780-387-4874, Leduc, AB. For more information. 40 YOUNGER HEREFORD short horn Black 17 LONGHORN CORRIENTE cross cows, 1 Angus cows. Preg checked for April/May. C o r r i e n t e b u l l , 2 0 f r e s h r o p e r s . 306-258-4600, Vonda, SK. 306-867-8069, Outlook, SK. 53RD ANNUAL MEDICINE HAT BULL REGISTERED Texas Longhorns, calving SALE. Show: March 14th, 7:00 PM. Sale: ease, bulls and females for sale. Allemand March 15th, 1:00 PM. 70 Herefords, 30 AnR a n c h e s , S h a u n a v o n , S K . D a r y l gus, 2 yr. olds and yearlings. To view bulls check out 306-296-4712 or Bob 306-297-3298. For more info. or catalogue 403-834-2632. 12 BRED TEXAS Longhorn cows, 1 bred heifer. Great horn and colour, grass cal- 120 YOUTHFUL black, red, and tan cows, v e r s , $ 6 0 0 . 2 0 4 - 7 3 4 - 0 7 6 2 o r preg checked and Ivomeced, all shots, $1150 for first pick of 40, $1100 for sec204-734-3617, Kenville, MB. ond pick, $1050 for last pick. Phone Matt 306-728-1582 or Blaine 306-621-9751, Melville, SK. 40 OPEN HEIFERS for sale. Simmental 2006 CHEV ONE ton gas with HYDRAULIC Hereford cross. Phone 306-845-3703 or B A L E D E C K , $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 O B O . 306-845-7110, Livelong, SK. 306-377-2177, Fiske, SK. TWO RED ANGUS, 1 Red Angus/Simmental; 1 Reg. Charolais. Coming 2 yr. old bulls. 306-283-4687, Langham, SK. BURNETT BULL AND Female Sale, Saturday April 2nd, Swift Current, SK. 50 yearling bulls, low birth weights, calving ease, stacked pedigrees. Performance tested. 20 first calf heifers with Feb. calves. 30 open replacement heifers, purebred and commercial. Call for catalogues 306-773-7065

MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. Visit us at: Also see section #3560 Custom Work. 35 CROSS BRED COWS, bred Red Angus, calving March/April, $1200 ea. 306-329-4659, Asquith, SK. 50 BRED COWS, April calving, mixed red breeds, will calve out, delivery possible, $1200 ea. Ph. 306-233-4355, Wakaw, SK. CATTLE FINANCING available for feeder cattle and bred heifers/cows. Competitive interest rates. Contact Marjorie Blacklock, Stockmens Assistance Corp., 306-931-0088, Saskatoon, SK. 50 OPEN HEIFERS for sale, Red Angus/ Simmental cross. Triple H Red Angus, 306-723-4832, Cupar, SK. COW HERD DISPERSAL Black cows bred back to black bulls, start calving April 9th . 306-355-2558, Mortlach, SK. 80 USEFUL well conditioned black, red and tan cows. All shots, preg. tested, Ivomeced and on silage based ration. You pick $1150. Phone Matt at 306-728-1582 or Blaine at 306-621-9751, Melville, SK. 150 BLACK and Red Angus good quality young bred cows. 306-773-1049, Swift Current, SK. RANCH RAISED HEIFERS: Black and BBF, bred black Angus June 20th. Good uniform bunch from reputation herd. Jerry Chanig 306-478-2658, Mankota, SK. 30 BRED COWS for sale, calving March and April, 1400+lbs. Prud’homme, SK. Phone 306-654-4423. 36 BRED COMMERCIAL COWS, May/June calvers, bred Red Angus, de-wormed and preg checked, $975 firm. 204-734-0762 or 204-734-3617, Kenville, MB.

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WANTED: DRAFT TYPE blue roan Percheron or Percheron/ Belgian cross 17 to 18 HH, 2000 lbs. for field work. 403-874-7616, Beiseker, AB. BROKE TEAM OF Black mares for sale, 10 and 12 years old, approx. 1600 lbs. 306-834-2805, Kerrobert, SK. KUNTZ SIMMENTAL FARM, Stoughton Farms and Diamond J Simmentals Annual Bull Sale on the new date Tuesday M a r c h 1 5 , L l oy d m i n s t e r E x h i b i t i o n Grounds, Lloydminster, SK. Selling 60 traditional, red and black Simmental bulls. Semen tested, vet inspected. For catalo gues or information contact Keith Stoughton 306-893-7546, Trevor Kuntz 306-441-1308, Allan Cave 306-441-5915, or T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200 (PL#116061). View catalogue online at

THE 7th ANNUAL Showcase Bull and Select Female Sale, March 21, 2011, at Alta Cedar Shorthorns, Westerose, AB. View the catalogue on-line at Call or email for a catalo gue at 403-862-6993.

BUTTS, GUTTS, NUTS, BULL SALE, Monday, March 21, 1:00 PM, Heartland Livestock, Lloydminster, SK. 48 bulls, reds, blacks and fullbloods. For catalogues call Richard 306-441-9238, 306-445-5545 or Allan 306-228-2671. View catalogue online at 14 BRED HEIFERS, bred to 83 lb., red Simmental. Asking $1400/ea. 306-233-4971, Wakaw, SK.


REG. 7 YR. OLD gelding QH. Great for barrel racing, trail riding, and pleasure, 14 HH. Great with kids. Dam: Lenas Lady in Brown, Sire: Chaps Roan Boy. Color red roan and cert. AQHA, asking $5000 OBO. 403-548-2947, cell 403-458-2947, Medicine Hat, AB.

ONE 10 YEAR black proven broodmare w/foal; One 11 yr Palomino proven broodmare w/foal. $1500/ea OBO; One 2 yr black filly, $800 OBO. All are easy to handle, well gaited, up to date on trimming and deworming. Norm 403-788-2046, MirROCKING W SPRING HORSE SALE Sat., ror, AB. May 20th and 21st, 2011, Keystone Centre, Brandon, MB. Tack sells, May 20th, Horse sells May 21st. All indoor facility. Consignment deadline, April 1, 2011. WWW.ELLIOTTCUTTINGHORSES.COM 35+ yrs. training, showing, sales, clinics, Phone 204-325-7237. lessons. Clifford and Sandra Elliott. PaynCANDIAC AUCTION MART Regular Horse ton, SK., 306-895-2107. Sale, Sat., March 5th. Tack at 10:30, Hors- BROKE TEAMS FOR SALE: Percheron es at 1:30. Each horse, with the exception cross American Quarter horse, greenbroke of colts must have a completed EID. Go to to bomb proof; 2 Blue Roan fillies, well the website to matched, not broke. 780-325-2211, Wildget the form. For more info contact wood, AB. Email 306-424-2967. BROKE DRIVING TEAM Quarter horses, 2011 WILD ROSE DRAFT HORSE SALE, $1600. Phone 306-742-4565, MacNutt, SK. May 6-7 at Olds, AB. Draft horses, tack, FOR SALE: 6 TEAMS of horses; blacks, harness, collars and horse drawn equip- Paints, Palominos, bays and one draft, all ment are welcomed consignments. Con- 4-5 yrs old. 306-747-3182, Shellbrook, SK. tact Barb Stephenson 403-933-5765 or visit 12 DRAFT CROSS BRED MARES Percheron and Paint. 8 black and 4 B&W 9th ANNUAL WESTERN HORSE SALES overo mares; 5 yr. old B&W 16.2 HH, 1700 UNLIMITED, May 6th and 7th, 2011, Sas- lb. stud. 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, AB. katoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. Now accepting entries. Check our website: GOOD VARIETY of 2-3 yr. old crossbred w w w. p e d e r s e n h o r s e s . c o m o r c a l l horses, weighing 1000 to 1200 lbs. and 306-436-4515 for details. Don’t miss the 14-15.5 HH, buckskins, bays and blacks. Standard bred mares crossed with Haflinghorse event of the spring. er, Fiord or Percheron studs. Also Friesen2ND ANNUAL PRAIRIE SPRING HORSE Haflinger cross available. Suitable for SALE Sunday, May 15th at Johnstone Auc- pleasure, sport, hitching or packing. tion Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. We are accept- 306-682-2899, Humboldt, SK. ing entries of ranch, pleasure and show 30 BROKE GELDINGS mostly blacks, horses, brood mares, yearlings, 2 yr, olds, roans and buckskins, some Draft cross. teams, etc. Entries close April 2 - only the 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, AB. first 80 horses accepted! Entry forms are on-line at For more PERCHERON THOROUGHBRED CROSS info. or entry forms: Scott Johnstone colts/fillies from 1-3 yrs. old. Horod, MB. (Auctioneer) 306-631-0767 or Glen Gabel Russ: 204-626-3401 days or 204-745-8770 (Consultant) 306-536-1927. PL# 914447.

50 HEREFORD CROSS COWS, bred Black Angus, start calving April 1st. 204-445-2169 call eves. or early mornings, TWO PROVEN EXCELLENT bred stallions, Lakeland, MB. also bred mares, fillies and started geldHERD REDUCTION, young polled Hereford ings. Bob 780-583-2152, Forestburg, AB. cows and heifers, bred polled Hereford, May be viewed at start calving April. Elmbar Polled Herefords, 306-567-3207, Davidson, SK.

RED SORREL GELDING, 17.2 hands, 1900 lbs. plus. 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, CUSTOM GRAZING AVAIL., 2500 animal AB. unit months, for yearlings and/or cow/calf STUD SERVICE: book mares now. Call pairs. 306-435-3737, Moosomin, SK. CALVE WITH NATURE Herd Dispersal: 55 306-764-3868, Prince Albert, SK. Red Angus/ Hereford cross cows. Calving WANTED TO LEASE cows on calf share bamid May/June. Easy keepers graze 365 sis. 306-395-2668 or 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. days. 306-398-2960, Rockhaven, SK. 3 YEAR OLD BLACK SIMMENTAL BULL, SIMMENTAL BULLS red and blacks, year- WANTED: YOUNG RED roan Shorthorn CAN CUSTOM GRAZE cattle of any type TEAM CLYDES: One mare, Registered, 7 $3000. Call 306-755-2157, Tramping lings and 2 year olds. Cory 306-981-4567, bred cows, must be quiet. 306-734-2970, f o r s u m m e r o f 2 0 1 1 . C a l l G a r y yrs. old; One gelding, 6 yrs. old. Well broke. 306-922-1561, Prince Albert, SK. 306-867-8984, Outlook, SK. Lake, SK. Chamberlain, SK. 306-922-8335, Prince Albert, SK.

WANTED: SEASONED ranch gelding, 14.315 HH. Ph. 306-893-2714, Maidstone, SK. WE BUY ALL CLASSES, teams and kid’s ponies. Top dollar paid. 306-834-2965, 306-834-8281, Kerrobert SK.

CANADIAN FARRIER SCHOOL: Gary Johnston, Email Phone: 403-359-4424, Calgary, AB. CERTIFIED FARRIER. Holdfast, SK. Call Jacob at: 306-488-4408. ROCHE PERCEE TRAIL RIDE and wagon trek August 12, 13, 14, 2011. Phone: 306-634-2432, 306-634-4380 or email:



PRAIRIE CARRIAGE DRIVING CLUB is an all breeds combined driving group from Saskatoon, SK. area. New members welcome. Promoting safety, fun, competition, for all levels of experience. Contact 306-554-3042,

MESSINGER MEATS MIRROR Provincially Inspected, Custom Slaughter Poultry and Meat Processing Plant, organic cert. We are pleased to announce that you can book now for all your Poultry Processing Needs. (Slaughter, sausage making, deboning, smoking, etc.) Call Joe Messinger GEORGE’S HARNESS & SADDLERY, makers 403-788-3838, Mirror, AB. of leather and nylon harness. Custom saddles, tack, collars, neck yoke, double trees. Box 29, Ryley, AB, T0B 4A0, 780-663-3611. THE LIVERY STABLE, for harness sales and repairs. 306-283-4580, 306-262-4580, Langham, SK. DUE TO a tragic accident I’m forced to GOOD QUALITY HEAVY long straw horse drastically reduce my ALPACA HERD. Fecollars, soft and smoother design, fit bet- males and males of various colors. Luxuriter on horses shoulders. Canadian made. ous dense fibre. Will be avail at a much reduced price. You can pick your own pkgs. For free brochure fax 519-335-6540. FIBER for sale. 780-658-2162, Ranfurly AB ALBERTA CARRIAGE SUPPLY. Full line of Pioneer Equipment- plows, wagons, sleds. Quality leather and granite harness/ horse teams for sale. Used vehi- SUNGOLD SPECIALTY MEATS. New cles, full line of wood metal repair parts company is seeking a continuous supply of for your wagon! Upcoming Wheel Build- grain fed and grass fed Bison. Randy ing Clinic, Mar. 26 and 27th. Call for de- Smith, 1-800-363-6602. tails. Terry 403-934-9537, Calgary, AB. BRED COWS and bred heifers for sale. Also buying calves and feeders. Call Ivan 5TH WHEEL people hauler w/tandem 403-872-2581, Innisfail, AB. walking axle on back; 2 double sets leather team harness w/chrome spots. Saskatoon, FOR SALE: Proven Bison breeding stock. SK, phone 306-373-1275, after 6:00 PM. Wood Cross, Pure Wood, Pure Plains, all both sexes. Kirkwall Moor Ranch and SILVER STUDDED PONY harness, fits ages, Marshall L. Patterson D.V.M. Welsh size; Silver studded Shetland pony Consulting, 306-694-1759, Moose Jaw, SK. saddle. Both in good condition. 306-722-3576, Fillmore, SK. 30- 2009 PLAINS yearling heifers and NEW CAMPERIZED WAGON, vinyl top, bulls. 204-585-5323, Sandy Lake, MB. shocks, hyd brakes, full bed, outside cook- ANDRES EXPORTS needs your bison. ing shelves, towing tongue, never used Currently buying finished bison and feeder $5500. 250-398-7686, Williams Lake, BC. bison. Dean at 306-736-3454, Windthorst, RECONDITIONED HARNESS for sale, vari- SK. ous sizes available. Phone 306-682-5104, REG’D PURE PLAINS, good breeding bull Humboldt, SK. 5 yrs old, very docile personality. Rama SK SHOW WAGON, has fresh paint, comes Ryan 306-593-2297 or 780-621-0964 cell. with brakes and pole. See pictures at 2010 PURE WOOD females. Can view 403-224-3591, calves on mother’s and herd sires. WeanBowden, AB. ing March 15. Viking Bison 306-874-7590, HORSE COLLARS, all sizes; Steel and alu- Naicam, SK. minum horseshoes. We ship anywhere. ELK VALLEY RANCHES, for sale: Our top Keddie’s 1-800-390-6924. 2009 bison females, raised on grass, fed pellets plus hay since Nov. 2010, Feb. 1st average weight over 800 lbs., $2000 each; tested 2 year old bulls available. CUSTOM MADE ROPING saddle, 15-1/2” Semen 1. Email or seat, exc. cond. 306-845-2690, Turtleford, May phone Frank 780-846-2980, Kitscoty, AB. SK. WANTED: CULL BISON cows and bulls for slaughter. Call Kelly at Drake Meat Processors, 306-363-2117, ext. 111, Drake, SK. PURCHASING ALL AGES and classes of Bison. Prompt payment. Bruce, Youngstown, AB. 403-651-7972 or 403-779-2218. 120 HEAD HERD of good pregnant bison cows for sale. Phone Cliff at 780-388-3324, Buck Lake, AB.

NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR WILD BOAR for the meat market, Winnipeg, MB. Call 514-643-4447 for pricing. BUYING WILD BOAR, all sizes incl. slaughter size. Greg Laurin at Canadian Heritage Foods, 306-280-5318, Saskatoon, SK.

BOARS AND GILTS, Chester White, Berkshire, Tamworth and crosses for sale. Call Wayne Collingridge 204-828-3317 or 204-750-1493, St. Claude, MB. BOAR PIG FOR Sale, 2-1/2 years, 500 lbs., $250. Ray Kergen 306-567-5665, Davidson, SK.

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C A N A D I A N C O - O P E R AT I V E W O O L Growers, buying wool. For nearest wool collection depot or livestock supplies catalogue, 1-800-567-3693, BARBADO CROSS MOUFLON ram, 3 yrs old, good horn and conformation, $350. 780-727-4260, Evansburg, AB. LAMBING SUPPLIES CATALOGUE, free upon request. Cee-Der Sheep Products, Box 1364, Lethbridge, AB. T1J 4K1. Phone 403-327-2242, fax 403-381-0977. 20 EWE LAMBS, exposed to North Country Cheviot, to start lambing April 8, $200. 2007/2008 BRED HEIFERS, good quality breeding stock. Call Jason at Clair Side Bi306-845-2404, Livelong, SK. son, 306-383-4094, Clair, SK.

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Kra m er’s Au ction s L td-B ig B id B a rn 5:00 P M -S u pper S ocial, P rem iu m S tock S h ow A w ards, F am ily E n tertain m en t $ 25.00 A du lts. Ch ildren 10 & u n der free.

MARCH 5, 2011 Kra m er’s Au ction s L td-B ig B id B a rn 11:00 AM -P rem iu m Stock Sa le Qu ality breedin g stock from across W estern Can ada. Com m ercial bison sale to follow . To en terorform ore in form a tion con ta ct:

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USED MIXMILLS FOR whole or parts: IH 1150, 354 NH, 352 NH, 858 Westmore. 306-395-2668, 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. CALL YOUNG’S EQUIPMENT Inc. for all your livestock equipment needs. Regina, SK. 1-800-803-8346, Ask for Ron or Kevin.

LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS. We manufacture portable corrals, panels, windbreaks, troughs and Texas gates all constructed from oilfield material. Suitable for bison, elk and cattle. Also 54”Wx 1/4” mine belt80 IDEAS for low cost cattle corrals, plus ing in 300 or 29’ rolls, priced to sell. Blaine One-Man layouts, 120 diagrams; free look! 306-782-6022, 306-621-9751, Yorkton, SK FOR SALE: NH 357 mixmill, 540 PTO, power bale feeder, hopper above hammermill, hammers and knives vg cond., 3 screens. $3,000. 306-549-4030 lv.msg. Hafford, SK. 1250 CASE/IH MIXMILL, open to offers; NH 847 round baler, open to offers. 204-856-6678, Gladstone, MB. 2002 HAYBUSTER H-1100E tub grinder for sale. 306-747-2721, Shellbrook, SK.


WENT OUT OF CATTLE, 1996 Bale King processor, elec. winch to operate deflector gate. Good condition, $4100. Daysland, AB. 780-374-3921, 780-679-8952 cell. FROSTFREE NOSEPUMPS: Energy free solution to livestock watering. No heat or power required. Prevents backwash. Grants available. 1-866-843-6744. FREESTANDING PANELS: 30’ windbreak panels; 6 bar 30’ panels; 10’, 20’ and 30’ feed troughs; Bale shredder bunks; Silage bunks; Feeder panels; HD bale feeders; All metal 16’ and 24’ calf shelters. Will custom build. 306-424-2094, Kendal, SK.

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FEED MILL, Big red 50 modern mill; 7.5 HP hammer mill; 5 HP blower; 1.5 ton mixer; mill building with 10 ton split overhead bin; 40’ leg. All in working condition, with panels and lots of parts. More info call 403-327-9757, Coaldale, AB.


TWO 2005 HUSKY MANURE tanks. 6100 imp. gals. $35,000 per tank. 403-888-1467, Linden, AB.

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FOR SALE: 15 Dorper/Katahdin cross ewe lambs, born March-April 2010, $200 each. 306-883-2303, Spiritwood, SK. 20 YOUNG REGISTERED NORTH Country Cheviots. Lambing April 1st. Can deliver. 403-625-6519, Stavely, AB. RAMS FOR SALE: RR Hampshire 3 yr. old, $300; Hampshire cross 1 yr. old, $250. 306-344-4978 eves, Frenchman Butte, SK.

SHEEP DEVELOPMENT BOARD offers extension, marketing services and a full line of sheep and goat supplies. 306-933-5200, Saskatoon, SK.

SBA PREMIUM STOCK SHOW AND SALE Weekend, Saturday, March 5th, 11:00 AM. Kramer’s Big Bid Barn, North Battleford, SK. The Saskatchewan Bison Association and Kramer Auction Sales Ltd invites and welcomes the Canadian bison industry to participate in the 2011 Premium Stock Show and Sale! This Auction will showcase some of the finest Wood, Wood cross, and Plains Bison in western Canada! Sale will feature a large selection of Premium Bison from Beaver Creek Wood Bison Ranch, Irish Creek Bison, Holly Rock Bison, Torch River Bison, White Mud Farms Ltd, MFL Ranches, Coulee View Bison, Last Chance Bison Ranch, Elk Valley Ranches Inc. and more being added daily. Also on offer, a large selection of top quality commercial bison! Friday, March 4th, 6 PM, Supper and Social with Entertainment. Tickets available at the door. Entry forms available at Kramer Auction Sales Ltd., North Battleford, SK. Ph. 306-445-5000 or for more info visit SKLD #116400.

Meeting Schedules All Locations 10:00 AM Industry & Market Update 12:00 PM Lunch 1:00 PM Production Seminars 3:30 PM SBA AGM - North Battleford Only.

25 BRED DORPER ewes to lamb June. Plus select rams for sale. Call 403-932-3135, Cochrane, AB.

WANTED TWO OR three bred dairy Friesen ewes, 2-5 years old. Craig 204-435-0475 or 204-745-8050, Miami, MB. ALL CLASSES OF SHEEP and goats; Also will buy dispersals, big or small. 306-978-9723 or 306-229-6147 cell.

BUYING ALL CLASSES of feeder bison and cows. Contact Dave 780-592-2288 or cell. 780-853-0946, Mannville, AB. NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR Ostrich the meat market, Winnipeg, MB. Phone CANADIAN RANGELAND BISON: for a for sustainable Canadian bison industry book 514-643-4447 for pricing. your finished bison, cull cows and mature bulls at Lacombe, AB. Brenda, 403-786-9900, for all your feeders please SASK. GOAT BREEDERS Spring Seminar call Armin at 403-748-4218. and AGM, April 9 and 10, Moose Jaw, SK., BISON WANTED - Canadian Prairie Bison Register by March 14. Registration at is looking to contract grain finished bison or for more for a growing market in Canada, US and info call Lynn Colyn 306-874-2478 Europe. Paying top market $$ for all animals. For more information contact Roger Provencher, or 306-468-2316. Join our Producer-owned bison company and enjoy the benefits. CATTLE HANDLING equip. TOP QUALITY, semen tested, 2 and 3 year WANTED: alley, palpation and squeeze. In good old Plains breeding bulls. MFL Ranches, Tub, cond. 250-967-4260, Prince George, BC. 403-747-2500, Alix, AB.

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Also stocking: FarmAid Tumbler Mixers; HayBuster Feed Processing Equipment; and Bunning Manure Spreader. 780.352.9890 PAYSEN LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT INC. We manufacture an extensive line of cattle handling and feeding equipment including squeeze chutes, adj. width alleys, crowding tubs, calf tip tables, maternity pens, gates and panels, bale feeders, Bison equipment, Texas gates, steel water troughs and rodeo equipment. Distributors for Cancrete concrete waterers, El-Toro electric branders and twine cutters. Our squeeze chutes and headgates are now available with a neck extender. Phone 306-796-4508, email: website

125 BUSHEL SILAGE feed wagon, $1100; Salers bulls, yearling, tan, red, black. Phone 780-768-2284, Hairy Hill, AB.

CATTLE HANDLING SYSTEM 1/2 tub, 12’ crowding gate, 40’ chase alley, palpation gate, clean out gate, hyd. squeeze. Complete system, $9500. Lethbridge, AB. CATTELAC HYD. CHUTE c/w pump, Phone 403-381-4593, cell 403-382-8860. elec. motor, all hoses; also 3- 10’ adjustable lead-up allies w/back door. Locat- BALE KING 3010R bale processor, right hand discharge with large floatation tires, ed near Saskatoon, SK. Ph. 403-932-4230. 30 bu. grain tank, very good condition, SOLAR WEST portable pumping stations; $11,000. 204-773-6655, Birtle, MB. MORAND livestock equipment; Portable windbreaks; Custom built panels and 2002 HIGHLINE 7000 bale shredder, knife gates. Delivery available. 1-866-354-7655, cutter, hyd. apron, $7000. 306-831-9337, Rosetown, SK. HIGHLINE BALE PROCESSOR, Model 6800, 970 GEHL FORAGE WAGON, 750 cu. ft., 1000 RPM, $5500. 306-283-4747 or 12.5Lx15”x6 wheels, shedded, field ready. 306-220-0429, Langham, SK. $8900. 403-575-2401, Veteran, AB. RENN 1316 FEED MIXER, c/w scale, CATTLE, BISON, SHEEP, GOAT EQUIPPTO or electric drive. Ph. 780-499-5990 MENT: Freestanding 21’ corral sections Legal, AB. for cattle, bison and sheep; 10.5’ handy HOPPER FEEDER 100+ bu. on trailer, panels for cattle, bison or sheep; Goat and hyd. drive, folding auger; Also 2 used 45 sheep hay saver round bale feeders; bu. 3 PTH or trailer mount models. Elias Tombstone feeders; Round bale feeders Scales 306-445-2111 for cattle; Feed through 21’ corral sections; 30’ windbreak frames; 12’ feed North Battleford, SK. troughs. See: STEEL VIEW MFG.: 30’ portable wind- Call for pricing: 1-866-500-2276, Jack breaks, HD self-standing panels, silage/ hay bunks, feeder panels. Quality portable 2008 BALE PROCESSOR, Degelman p a n e l s at a f fo r d a b l e p r i c e s . S h a n e 3100, right-hand discharge, fine chop, $15,500. 306-957-4201, Vibank, SK. 306-493-2300, Delisle, SK.

SILVER STREAM SHELTERS: 30x72 single steel frame cover kit, $4492; 38x100 truss, $10,900. Replacement tarps for any brand, patch kits, rope webbing and ratchets. Call 1-877-547-4738.

1-800-803-8346 ask for Kevin or Ron. 2000 NEW CONCEPT ROLLER mill, 12”, 10 HP electric, shedded, recently regrooved; 2000 LuckNow trailer tank mixer, 350 width scale, 4 augers, knives on augers, dry feed only, shedded. 306-289-4305, 306-231-6531, St. Benedict, SK. 2003 NDE 802 vertical feed mixer, 714 cu. ft. cap., elevated conveyor, right hand discharge, 9 carbide knives, ladder and platform, rubber top and 615 XL WeighTronix scale. $20,200. Located in Castor, AB. Call NDE 605-336-3127 or 1-888-336-3127. SUNDANCE TUB GRINDER, good working order, $1100. 306-858-2151, Birsay, SK.

WANTED: 2010 BISON bull and heifer calves. White Fox, SK., Can pick up in SK. MB. or AB. Contact Gil at 403-556-0690. Email: 36 WHITE-TAIL DOES to let out on shares. Breeding from Calibre, Thunderhead, Son BISON BREEDING STOCK quiet herd, good of the Gun, Redoy, etc. Ph. 306-825-4037 selection of quality bulls and exposed Lloydminster, SK. cows, references available. 250-489-4786, leave a message, Fort Steele, BC. 8 WHITE-TAILED BUCKS. Various ages and Priced to sell. 306-764-7320, Prince FORTY 2009 PLAINS yearling heifers. sizes. Albert, SK. 306-728-4906, Melville, SK. BUYING ALL AGES of bison. Looking for CUSTOMIZED ROLLER MILLS, PTO or 150 bred cows with or without calves. Call elec.; Also rebuilt mills. 306-682-4347, cell Kevin at 306-429-2029, Glenavon, SK. NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR ELK for 306-231-3439, Humboldt, SK. the meat market. Winnipeg, MB. Call: NORTHFORK BISON is looking for all ages, classes and finished Bison. Prompt 514-643-4447 for pricing. p a y m e n t . W i n n i p e g , M B . C a l l ATTENTION ELK PRODUCERS in AB. and 888-422-0623 for pricing. SK.: AWAPCO is paying $6.35/kg. hot WANTED: 500 HEAD FINISHED BISON hanging. (Average cows $675 to $800 and for February to May 2011 delivery. Call bulls $1125 to $1375). Give us a call today 306-736-3454, Windthorst, SK. or email to discuss how AWAPCO can work for you MORAND INDUSTRIES 780-980-7589. Non-Members welcome. Builders of Quality Livestock ON OFFER at Kramers Auction, North Bat- 1 2 M AT U R E H U N T B U L L S . P h o n e Equipment, Made with Your tleford, Mar. 5, 11:00 AM 40- 2009 Wood 306-883-2669 or 306-883-8028 cell, Spircross females. 306-892-2169, Meota, SK. itwood, SK. Safety in Mind! MANY BONE BISON Co-op Ltd, a Govern- ELK VALLEY RANCHES buying all ages of 1-800-582-4037 ment Livestock Guarantee Program is ac- Elk for the meat market. Phone Frank cepting new members. This includes both 780-846-2980, Kitscoty, AB or email to feeder and breeder options. Also ask about the interest rebate program for the feeder ROTO GRIND TUB GRINDER, $3500 OBO; option. For more information contact Trish 2 4 T J D s q u a r e b a l e r, $ 1 5 0 0 . at 306-885-2241, Sedley, SK. For Sas306-837-2050, Loon Lake, SK. katchewan residents only. KIDDING SUPPLIES CATALOGUE, free HIGHLINE BALE PRO 6600, w/custom WOULD LIKE to buy all ages or classes of upon request. Cee-Der Sheep Products, built grain tank, 2000 lb. grain capacity, bison with immediate payment. Contact Box 1364, Lethbridge, AB. T1J 4K1. Phone extended axle. $6000. 780-853-2292 403-327-2242, fax 403-381-0977. Vermilion, AB. Cliff at 780-388-3324, Buck Lake, AB.

GRAIN TROUGHS, 30’ c/w skids, made of conveyor belting and pipe, $650. 306-538-4685, Kennedy, SK.

SVEN ROLLER MILLS. Built for over 40 years. PTO/elec. drive, 40 to 1000 bu./hr. Example: 300 bu./hr. unit costs $1/hr. to run. Rolls peas and all grains. We regroove and repair all makes of mills. Apollo Machine, 306-242-9884 or 1-877-255-0187, CATTELAC 460 mixer wagon, like new. at Saskatoon, SK. Call Don 306-782-5837, Yorkton, SK.

SIERENS ELECTRONIC, all SS automatic air operated hog sorter, used 3 years, $7500 new, asking $3000. 306-594-7741, Norquay, SK.

2002 HAYBUSTER 2620 bale processor with grain tank in exceptionally good shape with limited use and under half price of new. Grain tank used one season for 100 head, $11,500. 780-349-0884, Flatbush, AB.

Heavy Duty 24’ PANELS, WINDBREAKS, bale feeders, calf shelters and more for sale. Inquire: 403-704-3828, Rimbey, AB, or TWO 12’x28’ heavy duty all metal calf shelters, $2500 each. 200 alfalfa bales, 5x6, no rain, $45/bale. 306-827-4911 Radisson SK 2000 HIGHLINE PROCESSOR LH discharge, good condition, $9500 OBO. Paysen squeeze w/palp. cage, almost new, $4000 OBO. Paysen maternity pen, almost new, $2500. 306-567-7679, Craik, SK. NDE 1002 VERTICAL feed mixer, $18,500 OBO. Will consider some trades; Low usage Remm 3600 R bale processor, $8000. 780-621-6704, Rocky Rapids, AB. NEW NOBEL feed wagon, Model 400, vg CALF ROPER CALF table for sale, right cond. $17,500 OBO; Haybuster tub grinder side brand, vg, asking $1000; WANTED: Model H-1000 $17,500 OBO. Minburn, AB. Rhine-Tec-Nic calf puller, fine thread. 780-593-3967. 306-948-2963, Biggar, SK. HIGHLINE BALE PROCESSOR #7000, large 2002 BALE KING 3010 processor, rear rubber, twine cutter, hyd. apron and lights, grain tank, fine cut, big tires, left-hand dis- $8500. JD 700 mixmill, infeed auger, extecharge, $10,500 OBO. Will consider trade rior unloading auger and hyd. bale feeder, $2000. Phone 780-385-0323, Viking AB for cows. Ph. 306-726-7455, Southey, SK.


ATTENTION LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS: 5 bar panels, 30’; 30’ windbreak panels; 30’ silage bunks; 30’ all steel grain troughs; 30’ bale shredder bunks; 20’ Texas gates and round bale feeders. Weld on and bolt on clamps for sucker rod and pipe, 3/4” to 3-1/2”. Will build equipment to your specs. Delivery available. Authorized dealer for feed box, pallet and grain feeders. Also handle complete line of wood and steel fence posts and rough cut lumber. Phone: 306-538-4487, Kennedy, SK.

1200 USED WOOD POSTS 12’, $7 ea.; GAME WIRE 7600’, 40¢/ft.; ELK SQUEEZE and pens, $7500; 2009 heavy dry GRASS BALES $20; ARGO BIG FOOT 6x6, $3500; 400 Outlaw GOOSE DECOYS, 1/2 price. 204-734-4658, Whitebeach, SK.

WE’VE MOVED! The Organic Producers Association of Manitoba Cooperative (OPAM) has relocated its office to: 123 North Railway Ave. in Miniota, MB. Our new contact info. is: 204-567-3745, or check website Please contact us with any Organic Certification questions.


FOR SALE Organic spring rye, brown flax, SWM 5’11” slim, fit, financially secure, oats, Hulless barley, good for seed. Poirier Sask. farmer, looking to meet a fit lady unOrganic Acres 306-452-3955 Bellegarde SK der 61 who likes the country lifestyle. I am active, easy going, caring, NS, SD who enYELLOW BLOSSOM SWEET CLOVER, cert. joys camping, fishing, golfing, etc. Please organic, cleaned, bagged. 306-652-7095, reply with photo if available and phone no. Currently Looking For 306-961-7122, Borden, SK to Box 5557, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C4. Spring Wheat, Durum and Feed Grains INVITATION TO ALL TRANSITION AND A LL GRA DES CERTIFIED ORGANIC PRODUCERS The SK SWM LOOKING for SF for long term Licensed and bonded. Money Paid on the Ramp. Northwest Sask. Organic Group is holding relationship. Wanting NS, SD, 35- 47 to our 3rd Annual Marketing and Info meet- spend time and laugh with, who loves WANTED: BUYING ORGANIC screenings, ing at the WDM in Saskatoon SK on Wed., country music, country lifestyle and outdelivered Loreburn, SK. Prompt payment. March 23rd, 1- 5 PM. Bring your samples. door activities. Photo required and an306-644-4888. Hear our speakers. Coffee and snacks on swered. I am 45 years old. Reply to Box 5559, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, us. Call Dayton Funk 306-246-4666. M&M ORGANIC MARKETING is now SK. S7K 2C4. buying: feed flax, organic oats - milling and feed, feed peas, soy beans, spelt. 204-379-2451, St. Claude, MB. LARGE VOLUME organic feed peas; malt- WANTED: CERTIFIED ORGANIC slaughing and feed barley. Phone: 306-648-2763 ter cattle, preferably forage finished. Con- COUNTRY INTRODUCTIONS. Personal inor 306-648-7595. Fax: 306-648-3164. tact Peter Lundgard at Nature’s Way Farm, terview and criminal check required. Matching people from BC, AB, SK and MB. 780-338-2934, Grimshaw, AB. Gravelbourg, SK. Call toll free 1-877-247-4399. FARMER DIRECT invites you to attend our Spring Marketing Meeting and Workshop on Biodynamic Farming; March 19, Regina, SK, with keynote speakers. FDC is looking for organic buckwheat, french green lentils, flax and durum. Call 306-352-2444, EXPLOSIVES CONTRACTOR - Beaver PERSONAL ADS Regina, SK. dams, rocks, stumps. Reasonable rates. Personal Advertisements will not be Northwest Demolition, Radisson, SK, accepted over the telephone. Only TRADE AND EXPORT Canada Inc. now 306-827-2269, 306-827-7835. those advertisements carrying the buying feed oats, flax and feed peas. written signature of the advertiser will Quick pay. Contact Lorna 1-877-339-1959. be published. (Although name and address will not appear in one’s ad, SWEET YELLOW CLOVER $1.50/lb.; Red we must have this information for our Clover $2.00/lb.; Millet $8/bu.; Rye files.) Full payment must also accom$10/bu. 306-335-2280, Lemberg, SK. pany Personal Ads. ORGANIC SEED: Goodeve midge resistant Replies to Western Producer box wheat, oats, barley and durum. Young, SK, numbers will be forwarded for two phone 306-259-4982 or 306-259-2055. months.


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CANADA ORGANIC CERTIFIED by OCIA Canada. The ultimate in organic integrity for producers, processors and brokers. Call Ruth Baumann, 306-682-3126, Humboldt, SK,, HRSW SEED, 96% germ., $15 per bu., bin CHOOSE EXPERIENCE AND Affordability! run. 306-534-4548, Spy Hill, SK. SE SASK FARMER, fit, secure, seeks friendChoose Pro-Cert for all your certification ship with a real Christian female 35-45 needs. Request a royalty free quotation! ORGANIC GRAINS years, who is honest, sincere, easy going, 306-382-1299 or sense of humor and enjoys rural country ALL VARIETIES values and lifestyle, photo optional, reply ECOCERT CANADA organic certification WANTED, NEW CROP to Box 5566, c/o Western Producer, Sasfor producers, processors and brokers. Call katoon, SK S7K 2C4 the western office 306-873-2207, Tisdale, SK, email CENTRAL SASK. SLIM fit rancher looking for slim fit lady 5’5” or shorter, from 40 to 60 yrs., NS, for long term relationship. Please reply w/photo to Box 5561, c/o Competitive Pricing Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C4 GOT GRAIN FOR SALE? Hard Red Spring Wheat, Durum, Oats, Feed Barley, Flax, Mustard. Call Growers International today 306-652-4529, Saskatoon, SK. CERTIFIED ORGANIC alfalfa, red clover, sweet clover and grass seeds. Free delivery on pallet lots. Birch Rose Acres Ltd., 306-863-2900, Star City, SK.

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COWBOYS AND RANCHERS! CELEBRITIES AND GO’GETTERS! The ultimate companion/cattle/guard dog. Want references, we got ‘em. And they are lookers too. Australian Blue Heeler puppies for sale. Travel arrangements can be made. 780-518-8090, Grande Prairie, AB. DREAM HOME ON LAKEFRONT! $600,000. Two storey loft style home in Snow Lake, MB. 3+1 bdrm, 5 baths, 2 garages. Luxurious living with many amenities and extras! Call Jim at Pine View Realty Ltd. 1-888-760-2300. or see website:

CENTRAL WATER & EQUIPMENT Services Ltd. Portable Pump and Pipeline Sales, Service and Rentals. Local phone: 306-975-1999, Fax: 306-975-7175, Toll free 1-800-561-7867. CABIN NESTLED IN the beautiful Assiniboine Valley on Lake of the Prairies. 2200 sq. ft. cabin with full walk-out basement including a garage, built 2001, geothermal heat, oak floors, hickory cabinets. VHF 2-WAY RADIOS, new and used. Boathouse. Professionally landscaped. Prices start at $225. Antennas and radio Karen Goraluk, Salesperson, NorthStar Inr e p a i r s . F u t u re C o m m u n i c a t i o n s , surance & Real Estate, 204-773-6797, 306-949-3000, Regina, SK. 1-800-668-5229.

WANTED: YUKON or BC placer claims for sale or lease. Please fax any information to 403-294-1325, Calgary, AB. FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY FOR the outdoorsman. Ecotour business in the heart of BC. If you like running jet boats on wilderness rivers, wildlife and hiking in the alpine - this is for you. Licensing and m a r ke t i n g i n p l a c e . C o n t a c t G a r y 250-790-2292; READY TO RETIRE? Consider the tranquility of beautiful Vancouver Island. For more info. call Brian Weightman at Royal LePage Parksville-Qualicum Beach Realty at 1-800-224-5838 or 2.9 ACRES IN Wynndel, BC. 10 kms North of Creston, 1200 sq. ft. home, fully finished basement, lawn and fruit trees irrigated, 16x24 heated shop. Overlooking beautiful Creston Valley. Info and pictures at or phone: 250-866-5513.

SASK. FARMER WIDOWED male, 79, NS, ND, seeks WF, NS, ND, companion. Children welcome. Box 5631, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2C4.

RETIRED FARMER IN central AB. Tall, cowboy type, SWM, is looking for a SWF, 2162 Airport Drive 55-70, NS, SD, for companionship and Saskatoon, SK S7L 6M6 possible relationship. Please reply with photo and phone number to Box 5567, ORGANIC Oats, Spring Rye, Fall Rye, Flax, Sweet Clover and Barley seed, good germ. CERTIFIED ORGANIC 4010 peas for sale. Western Producer, PO Box 2500, Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2C4. Shellbrook, SK. Call 306-242-1896. Phone 306-773-7007, Swift Current, SK.

REGISTERED CHESAPEAKE BAY Retriever pups for sale, hips and eyes guaranteed. PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MB. 113 ft. front306-236-3898, Meadow Lake, SK. age bare lot on Saskatchewan Ave. in the REG. NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND puppies, heart of Portage, lot behind with brick ready in 5 wks, will be vet checked and building once a bus depot. Put your busihave first shots. Phone: 204-548-2837, ness here. Phone Christianson Soils Ltd. 204-239-6086. Gilbert Plains, MB. NORTH BATTLEFORD, SK,- 1700 sq. ft. cold storage, $700/mos. Call: 403-816-7226 or 403-658-4763. NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS, first shots. 3 0 6 - 8 6 2 - 3 0 6 4 o r l e ave m e s s a g e at TOWN OF MOSSBANK, SK. 7500 sq. ft. commercial building with adjoining Atco 306-862-5672, Nipawin, SK. trailer office, 3 phase power, large water I AM AN independent breeder of Saarloos supply, boiler, formerly Mossbank Noodle Hybrids. 204-763-4248, Douglas, MB. For Factory. $195,000. Call 306-476-2501. more info. visit NORTH BATTLEFORD, SK,- 3500 sq. ft. C5 SCOTCH COLLIE PUPPIES (LASSIE), zone, $1200/month, negotiable. Call: great family and ranch dogs. Ready to go. 403-816-7226 or 403-658-4763. 306-722-3531, Osage, SK. THREE GREAT PYRENEES pups, 2 females, 1 m a l e , r e a dy t o g o . S i m p s o n , S K CABIN FOR SALE: 320 sq. ft., 2x6 walls, 306-946-6644. well insulated, on skids, ready to move, GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS, $350 ea. Leave outside- 2x4 shaped like logs, $25,000. Lom e s s a g e i f n o t i n . P h o n e E d w i n cated near Saskatoon, SK. 306-239-4621. 306-272-3848, Foam Lake, SK. LEGACY ESTATES fully serviced deeded GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, black, tan lake lot in quiet cul-de-sac on beautiful and sable colors, $200 each. Phone: Lac-Des-Isles, beside Meadow Lake Prov. Park (45 min. from Cold Lake, AB). Asking 306-264-3834, Kincaid, SK. $119,000. Email ph. 780-998-1937 or cell 780-278-6805. CABIN FOR SALE at Kimball Lake, SK. in GREAT PYRENEES PUPS ready to go now, Meadow Lake Prov. Park, with detached f r o m w o r k i n g p a r e n t s . $ 3 5 0 . C a l l 16x24’ finished garage, winterized for 4 403-932-3135, Cochrane, AB. season use. Asking price $239,000. For BORDER COLLIE PUPS from working website viewing call: 306-445-4310. parents, 2 females left. Can email pictures. For info. call 780-305-9702, Barrhead, AB.

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BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME FOR SALE in the town of Davidson, SK. Tons of extras! 1400 sq. ft., double att. garage 28x30’, 3 bdrm, fireplace, central air. Photos avail. 306-567-4274, LOG HOMES, custom built, hand crafted, Pike Lake, SK. Phone 306-493-2448 or 306-222-6558, TWO HOUSES FOR SALE in Hazel Dell, SK, large lots, $42,000 for both. Phone 306-782-1852 or 403-887-3678.

NEW ZEALAND HUNTAWAY PUPS, born Nov. 12, 1 female, 2 males, first shots. Terrific herding and companion dogs, wonderful personalities. 780-576-2293, Newbrook, AB, IRISH WOLFHOUND X Greyhound pups, 10 mths., also a pair of adult catch and kill dogs. 306-742-4565, MacNutt, SK. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS, ready now, vet checked, all shots, $100. From working parents. 306-236-6976 Rapid View, SK


SCOTCH COLLIE PUPS, ready to go. Phone 306-939-4565 Earl Grey, SK. IRISH WOLFHOUND/GREYHOUND cross puppies, born Dec. 2/10, $500. Phone 780-927-3797, lv. msg., Ft. Vermilion, AB. REG. BORDER COLLIE pups, aggressive workers. ready February. Call Richard Smith 780-846-2643, Kitscoty, AB. PREDATOR PROTECTION. MSCA registered Maremma pups w/recent Italian roots. Raised w/goats, ready to go. Boyne Lake, AB. 780-726-3570 3 BLUE HEELERS, born Sept. 3rd, come from excellent working parents. Asking $200. Phone 780-352-4388 or cell: 780-387-6356, Wetaskiwin, AB. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD PUPS born Dec. 5th to excellent working parents. Visit for more information and pictures or call 306-642-4073, Assiniboia, SK. BLUE HEELER/BORDER COLLIE puppies. Ready to go, born Dec. 3, first shots. Pups have unique coloring, lots of personality and are from working parents. We own both Mom and Dad. Call 780-387-4832 eves. or weekends please, Rollyview, AB.

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3300 ACRES, 5 deeded quarters, balance is a lease and runs lengthways with the Little Smokey River, great pasture, hunting and fishing, over 600 acres of tame grass, lots of water, completely fenced and crossfenced, approximately 2000 sq. ft. log 640 ACRE CATTLE RANCH in the beau- home, w/lots of new improvements, tiful Lone Prairie valley in British Co- $ 1 , 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 . F o r m o r e i n f o c a l l lumbia. This ranch has a year round creek, 780-524-3174, Valleyview, AB. and 2 wells. It is completely fenced and crossfenced. There is a shop with a ce- ALBERTA LAND FOR SALE: COALment floor. It has a late model, 3 bdrm., 3 DALE: Feedlot with a section of pivot irribath modular home. This ranch is fully gated land. (#1708, Ben). BOW ISLAND: self-contained with hay and pastureland. Pivot irrigated land, quonset, grain bins. (#1700, Walt). TILLEY: Nice parcel irri$550,000. Please call 602-315-4051. gated land, $12,000 surface revenue. BUY A LIFESTYLE, elite custom home 9.9 (#1701, Ben). SCANDIA: 320 acres row acres close to Adams Lake and Sun crop land, pivot irrigated, home with maPeaks with beautiful heritage orchard. ture yard, $4000 annual surface revenue. Land assessed as having excellent vineyard (#1684, Hans). VAUXHALL, AB: Nice irripossibilities. MLS #85915. $729,000. For gation farm! 2200 acres, pivot irrigated, 3 more info on properties contact Karina nice yards, 3 huge newer shops, 2 modern Scott at Royal LePage Westwin, Barriere, hog feeder barns, grain storage, $32,288 BC. 250-318-7398, oil revenue. (#1665, Frans). PICTURE BUTTE: Modern 500 head goat dairy 320 ACRES HAY, grazing, and hunting. (2005), 35 acres, home. Loafing barn Dawson Creek area. 250-786-5985, Tom- 56x170â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, attached 40x48â&#x20AC;&#x2122; milking parlour slake, BC. (double 24), heated kid barn. Includes high quality goat herd. (#1663, Frans). ROLLING HILLS: 476 acres in one block, home, 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; shop, grain storage, 3 newer Zimmatic pivots. (#1660, Hans). CARDSTON: Fantastic ranch near Police Lake, home, log cabin, calving barn, corrals, scenic views of Chief Mountain, etc. (#1629, Ben/Walt). FOR RENT: Two (2000 head each) modern hog feeder barns in southern AB. (Frans). SASK. LAND FOR SALE: Large ranch mostly in one block, complete starting at with cows, horses, equipment. (#1659, Chris, ext. 228). Call Signature Service Real Estate, Coaldale and Taber, AB., website /sq. ft. 1-866-345-3414.







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FARMLAND FOR SALE: 320 acres, NW of J U D I C I A L S A L E O F M O RT G A G E D Morrin, AB. Phone 403-772-3841 or cell LANDS. The following property is offered 403-321-0659. by sale by tender subject to the restricWE HAVE OVER 25,000 acres of land tions in the existing certificate of title, for sale. Several different packages avail., namely: PARCEL ONE: Meridian 4 Range lots of oil revenue, good building sites, 9 Township 55 Section 18. All that portion from north of Medicine Hat, AB along the of the northeast quarter not covered by Red Deer River and north to Camrose, AB. any of the waters of the North SaskatcheBig Sky Real Estate Ltd., 1-866-850-4444, wan River as shown on a plan of survey of or email: the said township dated 21 February A.D. 1922 containing 60.3 hectares (149 acres) more or less. Excepting thereout all mines LAND FOR SALE: Valleyview, AB., 1/2 and minerals. PARCEL TWO: The southsection, 200 cult. acres, 3- 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; steel bins, east quarter of Section 6 Township 55 $165,000. Five quarters w/older home, Range Nine 9, west of the fourth meridian fenced, 500 cult. acres, power, water, sew- containing 61.9 hectares (153 acres) more er, gas, $450,000. Phone 780-542-0012, or less. Excepting Thereout: 0.417 hectares (1.03 acres) more or less, as shown on Road Plan 3110TR. Excepting thereout 1 QUARTER, SW 33-47-18 W4, 14 miles all mines and minerals. PARCEL THREE: NE of Camrose, 2-1/2 miles off pavement, The northeast quarter of Section 31 Townpartial fence, 120 acres broke, power, ship 54 Range 9, west of the fourth menatural gas avail. at road. 780-336-2385. ridian as shown on a Plan of Survey of the said township signed at Ottawa on the SOD FARM Irrigated 43 acres, half a mile 27th day of September A.D. 1905 containnorth of Taber, AB. on Hwy. #36. Good ing 61.9 hectares (153 acres) more or less. sales, oil revenue. Can be subdivided. Excepting Thereout: (A) The most easterly Great place to build a home. Ideal for mar- 880â&#x20AC;&#x2122; throughout of the said quarter section ket garden, greenhouses, specialty crops. containing 20.7 hectares (51.13 acres) Call Dennis 403-308-1400 or email: more or less. (B) As to 0.312 hectares (0.77 acre) more or less, for road as shown CAMROSE AREA 6 quarters in a block SE, on Road Plan 3110TR. Excepting thereout 7 quarters East, 3 quarters SE, 1/12 quar- all mines and minerals and the right to ters SE, 380 acres SE, 9 quarters pasture- work the same. PARCEL FOUR: The l a n d N E . O r e s t , S w a n C i t y R e a l t y, northwest quarter of Section 31 Township 54 Range 9, west of the fourth meridian as 780-679-8353, Camrose, AB. shown on a Plan of Survey of the said GRAZING LAND- 5 quarters deeded, 13 township signed at Ottawa on the 27th day quarters lease, all in one block located in of September A.D. 1905 containing 61.5 Alder Flats, AB area. Call 403-935-4543. hectares (152 acres) more or less. Excepting Thereout: (A) 0.478 hectares (1.18 WANTED: FARMLAND FOR cash rent in acres) more or less for road as shown on the counties of Strathmore, Vulcan, or Road Plan 3908ET. (B) 0.437 hectares Bassano, AB, any size, dry or irrigated, (1.08 acres) more or less for road as preferably long term. 403-312-0678. shown on Road Plan 3110TR. Excepting FARMLAND WANTED. Young farmer thereout all mines and minerals and the looking to rent land, MD of Foothills, Vul- right to work the same. PARCEL FIVE: can, or Willow Creek. Competitive cash The northeast quarter of Section 36 Townrent or crop share. All calls confidential. ship 54 Range 10, west of the fourth meridian containing 61.1 hectares (151 acres) Please leave message 403-399-0262. more or less. Excepting Thereout: 0.413 ONE QUARTER for sale NE-34-46-15-W4 hectares (1.02 acres) more or less, as on Hwy. #26, 30 miles from Camrose. 155 shown on Road Plan 3110TR. Excepting acres, 140 cultivated, dugout, gas revenue thereout all mines and minerals. Each individual parcel is being offered for sale indiand fenced. Phone Ken 780-672-2491. vidually and tenders shall be submitted for CENTRAL ALBERTA FARMS, acreages, each parcel accordingly. For further debusinesses (all sizes). Information avail. tails, interested parties may refer to the on request! Central Agencies Camrose Ltd. affidavit of value and valuatorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s report 4870-51 St. Camrose, AB. 780-672-4491. filed in these proceedings. Tenders in envelopes referencing the Court file TEN QUARTER MIXED FARM, all in a sealed Q.B. No. 0914-00166, accompablock, w/lease revenue, could sell as turn number nied by address for notification and a key. Please contact Tammy or Joanne at certifiedyour cheque, money order or cash for Royal LePage 780-594-4414 Cold Lake, AB. 10% of the amount of the tender must be 640 DEEDED ACRES farm/ranchland in the hands of the Clerk of the Court, 9-37-12-W4, Castor/ Coronation AB area, Court House, 4704- 50 Street, P.O. Box 220 acres tame hay and 420 acres native 1900, St. Paul, Alberta, T0A 3A0, Attention prairie, vg water, w/natural spring, dug- Clerk of the Court by 12:00 Noon on March 25th 2011. The balance of the purchase out, fenced, $399,000 OBO. 403-882-3793. price shall be paid into Court within 30 1) Deluxe 1/4 section with clear water riv- days, if your tender is accepted. You will er frontage, west of Caroline; 2) 6800 acre be notified of the date and time when the ranch, 2 modern homes, surface lease Court will consider your tender. If your revenue, Smokey Lake area; 3) 480 Acre tender is accepted and you do not comBison Farm NW of St. Albert, good build- plete the purchase with the 30 days then ings, very private; 4) 480 acre farm NW of your deposit will be forfeited. The successEntwistle, newer log home, cattle fa- ful tender shall take the mortgaged lands cilities; 5) 5400 acre ranch at Cereal, AB; as is. No warranties of any kind are made 6) Deluxe large ranch with surface lease with respect to the mortgaged lands. The revenues and large gravel deposits, can be highest or any tender not necessarily acturnkey operation, private and exclusive. cepted. The deposits of unsuccessful tendHave buyers for grainland. Don Jarrett, Re- ers will be returned to them. Additional inalty Executives Leading, 780-991-1180, formation may be obtained by contacting Spruce Grove, AB. t h e S o l i c i t o r, J e f f r e y D . K e r r a t 780-875-2288. 7 QUARTERS: SUNSET HOUSE, AB. SE-18-71-19-W5. 5 quarters in one block, all fenced/cross fenced w/buffalo and elec. fence for exc. rotational grazing for 200 pairs. Lots of water, dugouts and creek. Perfect for yearling and cow/calf. One yardsite, power, phone, septic, well. 120 cult. summerfallow, 65 acres alfalfa; Additional 1/2 section available 1/2 mile away. 220 acres summerfallow. $760,000 OBO. Home quarter may also be available. Phone 780-524-3112, 780-552-3428 cell.

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3040 ACRES SOUTH of Acadia Valley, AB, 1600 in one block, 3 ph. power, water pipeline, hoppered bins, 3 heated shops, seed cleaning elevator. 403-548-1853. FINISHER HOG OPERATION between Ponoka and Wetaskiwin, 160 acres, 4000 permit, no HTP, priced to sell. Jac Theelen Realty Ltd., 403-318-2252, Red Deer, AB. CAMROSE/ ROSALIND area, 240 acres, 200 cult., 40 pasture, asking $375,000; Rosalind/Donalda area, 520 acres, 450 cult., 45 pasture with mature yardside and outbuildings, asking $1,200,000. Orest, Swan City Realty, 780-679-8353.

LAND FOR SALE: 13 quarters and yardsite, RM of St Louis. Available spring 2011. Register your interest by faxing 306-790-2031, Regina, SK. WANTING TO PURCHASE farm land or grain farm in west central Saskatchewan, willing to pay top dollar for good land. Phone 403-350-1962, Lacombe, AB. ENDEAVOR, SK. 3 quarter sections of good hayland. Asking $115,000. Call Ken for details, evenings only, 403-934-5512. OPPORTUNITY - PROGRESSIVE FEEDLOT and grain operations in a highly productive area of SK. Environmentally updated w/permit. Infrastructure intact incl. equip. and inventory. Priced to sell at $1.5M. Serious enquiries only. Email: MINERAL RIGHTS. We will purchase and or lease your mineral rights. 1-877-269-9990. 1 QUARTER NW 29-41-12 W2, Bjorkdale RM 426. Pasture grass, Jack pine, potential sand or gravel. Auction Tuesday April 26, Ed Tremblay Farm Auction. Bruce Schapansky Auctioneers 306-873-5488, (PL# 912715) 320 ACRES in RM of Buffalo for sale or rent, 140 acres cult., 100 acres pasture w/hi-wire, corrals and handling facility and 40 acres of hayland. Phone 306-843-3315. FOR RENT: Buchanan SK, 400+ acres canola ready, chemfallow 2010, 20,000 bu. steel storage, highway access. 306-917-7070. RM 100/AVONLEA 320 acres w/buildings. John Cave Edge Realty Ltd Swift Current, 306-773-7379. TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 488 near Choiceland, SK. 12 certified organic quarters in a block, 1914 acres with approx. 1270 cult. acres, approx. 800 acres summerfallow, 400 acres clover. 2010 assessment, $360,200 (avg. $30,017/quarter). $620,000. MLS #391914. Roy Hjelte 306-761-1499. WANTED: MIXED FARM and/or ranch in SE Sask., w/good soil and some fencing. Good house w/buildings. 519-343-3276. 15.5 ACRES, east of Saskatoon, SK., $55,000. View at or call James Hunter, Coldwell Banker, Rescom Realty, 306-716-0750. 320 ACRES FARMLAND with 3 bdrm. bungalow, sheltered yard, power, phone, natural gas, cross fenced, 32x108â&#x20AC;&#x2122; cattle shed, double car garage, 3 wells, good water, school bus service, good fishing and hunting area. 306-742-4763, Wroxton, SK. LUCKY LAKE, 319 acres of quality cultivated land, FMV 59600/ quarter. More land available. Dwein Trask, Century 21 Conexus Realty 306-221-1035.



RM GLENSIDE #377. 7 quarters or 1090 acres, mainly in a block w/good access, w/approx. 165 acres of older seeded grass, lots of bush, hills and large opening. Some of the best white-tailed deer and other big game hunting. SW of Sonningdale and approx. 16 miles from Maymont and #16 Yellowhead Hwy. This could possibly be a hunter’s paradise. MLS®390517. RM Redberry #435, 320 acres w/185 cult. in tame hay. This is a fairly scenic parcel of land. Lots of big game hunting in the area. NW-21 has 3-wire and treated post fence, NW-20 has 2- and 3-wire and treated posts. Dugout on NW-20 and sloughs. MLS®382360. RM Leask #464. This 480 acre ranch will handle approx. 70 cow pairs and supply winter feed if managed well. Home is 1165 sq. ft., 2 bdrm w/dev. basement and double car garage. Fair corrals, barn and cattle shelter. Possibility of leasing 140 adjoining Crown acres. MLS®386860. I am in need of good grainland in most areas. Lloyd Ledinski, Re/Max of the Battlefords, 1391 - 100th St., North Battleford, SK. 306-446-8800 or 306-441-0512 BLAINE LAKE NORTH #12 Hwy., 158 acres, grass, 1872 sq. ft. home, 5 bdrms, 3 baths, upgraded. Steel quonset 40x72’, workshop, barn, all metal one man handling system for 100 cow/calf pairs, 2000 bu. steel grain storage. Fantastic yard setup, treed. Close to lakes and hunting, $349,900. Del Rue, 306-242-8221, Royal LePage, Saskatoon, SK. RM MOUNTAIN VIEW, 320 acres of good grainland, totally cultivated, located only 11 miles from Herschel, NW-35-31-16-W3 and SW-35-31-16-W3, MLS®389681. Call Roger Manegre, 306-446-8800, Re/Max of the Battlefords, 1391-100th Street, North Battleford, SK. THOMPSON INSURANCE SERVICES. Farmland for sale RM of Lake Lenore, SE 35-40-19-2 & NW 14-40-19-2. Phone 306-874-2077 or 306-874-7137, Naicam, SK. E-mail: LAND INVESTMENT NEAR Forte a la Corne diamond mine, just east of Prince Albert, SK. 320 acres, fenced and crossfenced. Some cropped, hayland and potential gravel deposit on land. Only $120,000. Ron 1-800-865-3590, Re/Max P.A. Realty. - LUCKY LAKE RM of Canaan #225 SE 22-21-08 and E1/21521-08 W3, 480.56 acres with FMV 165900. Call Dwein 306-221-1035, Century 21 Conexus Realty Ltd., Saskatoon, SK. 9 QUARTERS FOR RENT, RM of Winslow #319. Highest tender not necessarily accepted. Reply to Box 466, Vanscoy, SK. S0L 3J0 by March 4, 2011. 306-382-5088. FARMLAND FOR SALE S-1/2 30-26-21-W3 RM Snipe Lake #259. Send tender to Box 2321, Kindersley, SK, S0L 1S0. Tenders close April 2, 2011. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 306-463-0175. FARMLAND FOR SALE in RM of Douglas, Great Bend and Redberry MLS® 361550 MLS® 369543, and MLS® 386578 MLS® 386890. For more detailed information call Mike Janostin, 306-446-8800, RE/MAX of the Battlefords, North Battleford, SK, RM BUFFALO #409, Wilkie area. 640 acres w/approx. 398 acres cult. of which some is tame hay. All 4 quarters fenced. 1056 sq. ft. home built 1989, shop 32x40’ cement floor, quonset 40x100’ metal clad and cement floor, 2 barns, and fairly good corral system. Possible lease of 5 adjoining quarters of farmland. Located approx. 22 miles south of Battleford, what a great mixed farm. MLS®386988. RM Redberry #435, 480 acres all fenced with 4-wire and treated posts. Approx. 250 acres cult., year round flowing creek plus good road. What a property. MLS®374339. I am in need of good grainland in most areas. Call Lloyd Ledinski, Re/Max of the Battlefords, 1391 - 100th St., North Battleford, SK. 306-446-8800 or 306-441-0512. Website 37 QUARTERS RANCHLAND, 20 minutes east of Cold Lake at Pierceland SK. Terrific land base in one block, 5 deeded and 32 lease quarters. Abundance of springs and creeks with Beaver River along South 7 quarters. Contact Wendell Johnson, 306-839-4435. MANKOTA GRASSLAND: 4480 acres, all in a block. Good water and fences. John Cave, Edge Realty Ltd. 306-773-7379, Swift Current, SK. TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 246 near Ituna, SK. 5 quarter block w/610 cult. acres, 2009 assessment, $265,400 (avg $53,000/qtr), 5500 bu. grain storage, old yardsite with power, well and 28x60 barn. MLS 362119. $479,000. Call Alex Morrow 306-332-4161.

2 QUARTERS, RM Redberry NE and SE RM OF SUTTON. Excellent opportunity to 32-44-10-3, 200 cult. acres 604-929-5113 expand or relocate your farming operation! Email: 320 acres in the heart of southern Sask. with an additional 1440 acres of lease land RM 110: 3520 deeded acres, mixed farm. available. A well maintained seed cleaning Very good mixed farm. John Cave, Edge plant, approx. 90,000 bu. grain storage, R e a l t y L t d . w w w. f a r m s a s k . c o m 5600 sq. ft. straight wall shed, a separate 306-773-7379, Swift Current, SK. well landscaped yardsite, incl. a well mainTIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 246 near tained modern bungalow with an active Ituna, SK. 5 quarter block next to Horse B&B business, and detached double garLake with 500 arable acres seeded to grass age. For more details on this excellent and 291 pasture acres, 2009 assessment farm and business opportunity call Mike $223,900, (avg $45,290/qtr) mobile home Walz or Brian Walz at Royal LePage Landw/addition (1984) single detached garage, mart, 1-877-694-8082, cell 306-631-7232, 28x40 barn, excellent grazing/beef unit. or 306-631-1229 or visit our website at MLS 385553. $459,000. Alex Morrow, 306-332-4161. RETIRING. 18 quarters, 2880 acres, 2500 RM REDBERRY #435, 320 acres of exc. cultivated, 25 miles NW of Yorkton, SK, pasture. Excellent area for big game, bear along Hwy. 16 (Yellowhead). Available to and goose hunting. Land has many sloughs purchase to right party with full line of to maintain an excellent pasture. Very good equipment and yardsite with comquiet location just minutes from Hafford fortable home and support buildings. and main highway to Saskatoon, North Would prefer to sell to one entity. Call Ken Battleford and Prince Albert. MLS® or Lorlee Paley at 306-647-2588 or email 381927; Spiritwood: Hwy. 3 East, 24 acres with 3 bdrm. home and lots of good water. Buildings are set back from the road RM 40 44.5 acres great mature yard, lots and does seem like a peaceful spot for a of trees, hay field, updated 1275 sq. ft. few saddle horses and other pets. Plus a bungalow, double detached garage, 45x70 great area for a garden. MLS®378686. I quonset, dream workshop w/heated conam in need of good grainland in most are- crete floor, power. Brenda McLash Realty as. Call Lloyd Ledinski, Re/Max of the Bat- Executives MJ, 306-630-5700, Moose Jaw, tlefords, 1391- 100th St., North Battleford, SK. SK. 306-446-8800 or 306-441-0512. FARMLAND FOR SALE, RM of Norton #69. 4 land packages available (excludes CENTRAL SASK. Mixed farm for sale. 9 mineral rights). 1) NW-25-8-19-W2; 2) quarters deeded, 7 quarters leased. House NE-34-8-19-W2 and SW-34-8-19-W2; 3) and outbuildings. Share cows optional. NE-35-8-19-W2 and NW-35-8-19-W2; 4) NE-36-8-19-W2 and NW-36-8-19-W2. $750,000. 306-365-3438, Guernsey, SK. Please phone cash offers to Russ Siebert at 403-932-2817 or forward by email to F ARM L AN D IN VES TORS Offers must be received no later than 9:00 PM MST on AN D OW N ERS March 25, 2011. Once the selected purIf you ow n fa rm la nd bu t don’t chasers have been contacted, full payment must be received in 21 days. Highest or fa rm you rself, ou r professiona l a grologists ca n m a na ge you r any offer may not be accepted. Offerers must rely on their own research to deterla nd a nd tena nt rela tionships mine acreage, condition and assessment.

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FARM FOR SALE. 160 acres, RM of Bayne, 1450 sq. ft. bungalow, barn, quonset, shop, bins, fence, etc, 110 cult. acres, $255,000. 306-256-7037, Cudworth, SK.

RM 10 BIG BEAVER ranch, approx 1280 acres total, 960 deeded, 2009 assessment $204,400. 320 lease assessment $56,800. 600 acres tame remaining native, fenced and cross fenced, dugout, dam, springs, well, 40x60 wood quonset with tin roof. Comes with or without approx. 500 tame hay bales. 306-268-4343, Bengough, SK.

FARMS, RANCHES, ACREAGES AND DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY. Check out our website to view all of our listings: or email: for a complete list of inventory. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max of the Battlefords, 306-446-8800, North Battleford, SK. ACREAGE AUCTION, Tuesday, April 19, 2011, 10:00 AM, Stewart Stobart, 2 miles south of Frobisher, SK. and 2-1/2 west. NW-33-2-4-W2, RM of Coalfields, approx. 1120 sq. ft., 3 bedroom house, 160 acres. Mack Auction Co., 306-487-7815. PL 311962.

FARMLAND WANTED: Looking to retire or sell part of your land base? Contact me as I h av e b u y e r s . H a r r y S h e p p a r d a t 306-530-8035 Sutton Group Results R e a l t y, R e g i n a , S K . o r e m a i l : RM LAKE LENORE #399, 320 acres, yard, house, shop, well, nat. gas (5M BTU), school bus, close to lots of jobs. Sell as acreage, 1 or 2 quarters. 306-874-2989, Naicam, SK., email FARMLAND FOR CASH RENT. 180 acres 12 miles West of Meadow Lake, SK. For info. call 306-240-5146 or 306-236-1930. LUCKY LAKE: extraordinary 3200 acre ranch with 8 miles of continuous river front on the South Sask River. Wildlife and natural prairie setting. All fenced, with catch corrals. Home yard features wintering corrals, quonset and very good 1480 sq. ft. bungalow. View this incredible opportunity at or contact Dwein Trask, Century 21, Conexus Realty Ltd., 306-221-1035. Saskatoon, SK. FARMLAND FOR RENT: RM of Corman Park #344, near Dalmeny, SK, 100 acres, NW-35-36-6-W3. Contact 306-280-7809. TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 376 near Sonningdale. Asking $210,000 for SE 11 and NE 02-40-12-W3, 250 cult. acres, 2010 assessment. $103,600. MLS 390923 Ph. 306-948-5052 Biggar, SK. BUYING OR SELLING. Confidentiality assured. I can find land for you if you’re expanding and I can help you sell if you’re downsizing. Farm land is selling now so it’s time to make your move. E-mail or Call Dave at 306-222-6796, Saskatoon, SK. Century 21 Conexus Realty Ltd.

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5 QUARTER SECTIONS grain land in RM 40 Bengough. Gently rolling terrain, exc. location, well farmed. Call Harry Sheppard at 306-530-8035, Sutton Group Results R e a l t y, R e g i n a , S K . E m a i l : 2 QUARTERS FOR SALE, SW-21-6-8-W2, one oilfield surface lease, 2 miles North of Bensen on highway 47, 1/2 mile West on 705; SW-22-6-8-W2, one mile North of Benson on highway 47. Water available on both quarters. 306-634-9361, Benson, SK.

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TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 406 near Radisson, SK. SE-18-41-10-W3, approx. 128 cult. acres, 32 bush/slough acres, 2009 assessment $42,800, fallow in 2010, $79,900. MLS 376302 Dave Molberg 306-948-5052.

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LAND FOR RENT: RM of Viscount, 280 acres chem fallow, 120 acres alfalfa, 1-1/2 miles west of Plunkett, SK. 306-944-4834.

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ARLENE BOISJOLI, Royal Lepage Wheat Country Realty, Kindersley SK. Are you buying or selling? Give me a call! Helping you is what I do! Call 306-460-7785 or email view current listings at CANOPUS GRASSLAND: 3520 deeded acres, all adjoining. John Cave, Edge Realty Ltd. 306-773-7379, Swift Current, SK.

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RM OF CANWOOD, five quarters farmland for sale, near Canwood, SK. Phone: 306-242-3200. LAND FOR SALE by tender in RM #346, N1/2-12-36-11-W3, S1/2-26-36-11-W3. Tenders close March 15, 2011. Mail to Box 3 5 4 , Pe r d u e , S K . , S 0 K 3 C 0 , f a x 306-237-4592, phone 306-237-4815.

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LAND FOR SALE: 160 acres, 50,000 assess, RM Buckland #491, 1 mile north of Heinbourg, SK., 306-764-8310.

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FARMLAND FOR RENT- RM of Snipe Lake, southeast of Eston, SK. SE and SW quarters of 34-24-20-W3. Highest or any offer not necessarily accepted. Bids close Friday, March 11, 2011. Send offers via email to or fax 780-662-4726. 1720 ACRE FARM, includes buildings, 1690 broke, asking $750,000. Rockglen, SK. 306-476-2445 days, 306-476-2112 eves. CATTLEMAN’S DREAM: 5 quarters, 4 fenced and one farmland, beautiful yard w/1700 sq. ft. house, 2-1/2 miles from St. Brieux, SK., barn, cattle shelter, corrals, heated shop, 50x100 shed. 306-275-2007. RM OF 194: Three quarters mostly cult., near Riverhurst, SK. Avg. assess. approx. 51,000. 306-773-7505, Swift Current, SK. 320 ACRES, 10 miles south of Regina, SK. Ross Williams, evenings 306-533-4790(c), 306-586-7925(h), 8 QUARTERS south of Kamsack, SK, excellent grain farmland, RM of Calder 241, E - 2 1 - 2 7 - 3 1 - W 1 , N W- 2 1 - 2 7 - 3 1 - W 1 , W- 2 8 - 2 7 - 3 1 - W 1 , N - 2 3 - 2 7 - 3 2 - W 1 , SE-26-27-32-W1 w/beautiful yard, house, attached 2 car garage, 2 quonsets, 60,000 bu. grain storage. Serious offers only. 306-783-0606 eves. and weekends.

WANTED TO RENT LAND in RM of G r a n d v i ew # 3 4 9 o r R M o f R e fo r d . 306-658-4860, Biggar, SK. TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 276 near Kelliher, SK. 4 quarters with 555 cult. acres, 2009 MVA $209,600 (avg. $52,400/ qtr). Excellent 2800 sq. ft. home (1987), 6 bdrms, 4 baths, lots of upgrades, triple attached garage. Includes 40x60 quonset, 30x100 shed, 21,000 bu. bins, $695,000. MLS 376851. Phone Alex Morrow 306-332-4161. CERTIFIED ORGANIC FARM, RM Harris #316. 960 acres high production grainland w/beautiful home and buildings. High return production contracts could be taken over. Half of land fallow/green manured 2010, 40x80 quonset, 20,000 bu. grain storage large heritage barn w/insulated/ heated stall area, shop, outbuildings and corrals. Full line of machinery if needed. For more info 306-656-2121, Harris, SK. PERDUE: 4 QUARTER package or 6 with buildings, MLS 370019; MACRORIE: 952 acre beef operation, very good buildings, MLS 373726; ST.DENIS: nice 6 quarter block, all cultivated MLS 381717; DELISLE: 2 quarters, 2 good chicken barns, excellent house, MLS 389838. Call Dwein Trask, Century 21 Conexus Realty Ltd., 306-221-1035

WANTED: RM OF VISCOUNT, land to rent. Viscount, SK. 306-944-2180.

BEAUTIFUL FARM near Foam Lake, 16.5 quarters. Brand new house, shop and hopper bottom bins built in 2007. House and shop heated w/geothermal heat. Half the quarters are fully fenced, all are opened up for corner to corner farming. Natural bush and two creeks would make it ideal for mixed grain operation. Great opportunity for family looking to expand their operation without paying exorbitant land prices, or sell your farm for a profit and set up here with good land and brand new buildings and put something away for retirement!! $2,100,000 firm. For more information phone 306-272-7476, 306-272-4184 or email RM HUMBOLDT #370, 220 ACRES fenced/cross-fenced, 50 acres currently cropped, balance in domestic pasture, incl. 40 acres of protected habitat. Bruno, SK. 306-369-2688 or email FOR SALE BY TENDER. SE-1-32-4-W3, RM of Dundurn #314. Grain bins are not included. NE-36-31-4-W3 RM of Rosedale #283. Grains bins are not included. Please submit written tenders to Estate of Keith Peters, c/o Kathryn J. Ford QC, 810- 410 22nd Street East, Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5T6. Closing date: March 31, 2011. Tenders must include a cheque for 5% of purchase price. Offers are subject to approval of beneficiaries. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. LAND FOR SALE has a large amount of PIT RUN ROCK suitable for crushing. Please send inquiries to Box 5563, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C4. ONE QUARTER SECTION of grainland in RM 71; One acreage in RM 99. Call Harry Sheppard at 306-530-8035, Sutton Group R e s u l t s R e a l t y, R e g i n a , S K . E m a i l : HIGH TECH POULTRY FARM, quota 43,000 units, (42,000 sq. ft. usable space), three chicken barns, newer home, shop, mechanical room. Brenda McLash Realty Executives MJ 306-630-5700, Moose Jaw, SK.

FOR RENT: RM Perdue #346 near Asquith, SK. NW and SW-16-36-10-W3, 135 cult. acres, remainder pasture. Submit written tenders to M. Martin, 1312- 10th Street, Brandon, MB. R7A 4H6. Closing date: March 31, 2011. Ph 204-728-6491. WANTED TO BUY OR rent farmland in Blaine Lake or Marcelin area. All replies confidential. Box 5564, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C4.

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SUTTON GROUP NORLAND REALITY SASKATOON. For farm sales and listings, 19 years experience in farm real estate, farming background. Contact Bert at 306-221-2892 or WANTING TO PURCHASE 1 or 2 quarters of good quality farmland south of Prince Albert in the Red Deer Hill or Tower Hill areas. Lee 306-962-3992, Eston, SK. SK, RM 331, 2 hunting quarters, both in hay; Plus 3 quarters 390 cult., $60,000/ quarter. 204-734-4658, Whitebeach, SK.

SW SASK. 1821 acre ranch Swift Current; 10 quarters tame pasture, Shaunavon; Feedlot company Shaunavon; Acreage Gull Lake (20 acres). Phone Gord Kozroski, Century 21 Professional Realty, Gull Lake, SK., 306-672-7463, or visit 5 QUARTERS RM 69, 3 pasture, 2 grain production, only 1/2 mile separating two parcels. Call Harry Sheppard at 306-530-8035, Sutton Group Results R e a l t y, R e g i n a , S K . E m a i l :

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ESTON 2,400 sq ft home on 3.9 acres MACK AUCTION CO. presents a Large Land and Farm Equipment Auction for the Estate of Rocky Gillies, Thursday, April 14, 2011, Big Beaver, SK., 10:00 AM. Directions from Jct. Hwy 18 and Hwy 34 go 3.2 kms west and 5.2 kms south. Up for auction are 11 quarters of land in southern Sask. Please note, because of Rocky’s untimely death and the large amount of snow during the time of listing, cultivated acres, previous crops and grasslands could not be verified, please check with our website closer to sale date. Happy Valley #10, NW-17-1-24-W2 home quarter with 1320 sq. ft., 2 bdrm bungalow with open floor plan, vinyl windows, main floor laundry, central air, central vac, natural gas furnace, spring fed well, treated wood basement, appliances included, 32’x90’ metal quonset, 32’x64’ open front cattle shed, 2700 bu. steel grain bin on cement, older second home contains water system, balance of quarter is pasture. RM Happy Valley #10, SW-17-1-24-W2. Also, RM Hart Butte #11: SE-24-1-25-W2 SW-24-1-25-W2, SE-13-1-25-W2, NE-5-1-25-W2, SE-5-1-25-W2, S W- 5 - 1 - 2 5 - W 2 , N W- 5 - 1 - 2 5 - W 2 , NW-15-2-25-W2, SW-15-2-25-W2. Visit for info and photos or call 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815. Follow us on Facebook. Mack Auction Co. PL 311962. RM BLAINE LAKE. Approx. 5280 ft. of river frontage, estimated to have 300,000 yards of gravel. 781 acres of grazing land. All fenced. Pump house (insulated and heated) with 6 watering troughs. Priced as an investment property because of the river frontage and gravel. Seller will sell any portion or all as a package. MLS® 363196. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max of the Battlefords, North Battleford, SK, 306-446-8800, LAND AND FARM Equipment Auction for the Estate of Leroy Wendel, Tuesday, April 26, 2011, 10:00 AM CST. RM of McLeod #185, NW-5-19-8-W2 home quarter, and SW-5-19-8-W2. For sale bill and photos M a c k Au c t i o n C o . 3 0 6 - 4 2 1 - 2 9 2 8 , 306-487-7815. PL 311962. TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 123 near Whitewood, SK. 3 quarter ranch, 368 cult. acres currently in grass, avg. 2009 assessment, $42,366/qtr. Includes 1450 sq. ft. 1-1/2 storey home, 3 bdrms, 1 bath, AC, central vac, garage, shop, cattle facilities for 120 cows, $325,000. MLS 371915. Contact Alex Morrow 306-332-4161. LAND FOR RENT 985 acres in Huron #223; 320 acres in Enfield #194; 1280 acres in Norton #69. Reasonable rent and longterm leases available. Ph. 604-880-7878.

NORTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER RANCH 2,700 acres – includes 3 miles of deeded river front. Call Jim or Sherry today 306-463-6667 Group West Realty Kindersley, SK FARM/ RECREATIONAL: Grain, hay, pastureland along North Sask. River and other rivers. Land with bodies of water. Located north, east and west of Prince Albert, SK. Jack Langford, Century 21 Conexus Realty Ltd., 306-960-9039. THREE QUARTER SECTIONS of land in the RM of Lomond #37 south of Weyburn, SK. SE-14-4-14-W2, NE-11-4-14-W2, SE-24-5-14-W2. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc., land and farm equipment Auction, Sat., April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. Visit for info and photos. 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962. RM 70/71 960 acres deeded pastureland. Good water and fences. More land avail. if req’d. John Cave, Edge Realty, Swift Current, 306-773-7379. RM 230, 640 ACRES FARMLAND Sceptre, SK. 8-23-23-W3 and 16-23-23-W3. Steel granaries. Info. call 403-282-7886. RM 405/435, 3 adjoining quarters of pasture, lots of water, excellent hunting, 3 miles south of Redberry Lake. Sold as pkg. or individual quarters. 306-997-4948. TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 246 near Ituna, SK. 8.5 quarters with 919 cult. acres, 2009 assessment $318,200, (avg. $43,000/qtr), excellent 960 sq. ft. home, 3 bdrms, 2 bath, lots of upgrades, detached garage, 36x40 heated shop, 44,400 bu. bins, 50x80 machine shed, 24x40 barn, 36x58 shed, older 1.5 storey home. $1,050,000 plus full line of machinery. MLS 386276 Alex Morrow 306-332-4161. PASTURELAND: Excellent carrying capacity, perfect hunting, single or multiple quarters, all in a block, will rent back and remove cattle before hunting season, flight overland shows highest level moose and deer population on 6-10 quarters in entire area. Located in Sonningdale, SK. area. 306-948-7291, leave message. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS For Rent Or Complete Custom Work Arrangement: RM Elmsthorpe #100: Approx. 640 acres crop land available near Truax/Avonlea area. Highest or any application offers not necessarily accepted. Interested should reply by March 20, 2011 to Hugh Tice, Box 2 4 , Tr u a x , S K . S 0 H 4 A 0 . P h ( B C ) 250-388-4302 lv msg, or




ALVE NA:160 ac.-140 cult.,bal.bush,old scale assess.5,360. BLAINE LAK E : 296 ac.-240 cult.,som e fencing,well,watering bowl,hydrant,barn,pum phouse,green house,electrical & other m buildings,1,288 sq ftbungalow. COCH IN:360.51 ac.-280 cult.,adjacentto H wy #4,5 m North Battleford Provincial Park & 15 m in. to city ofNorth Battleford.View ofJa ck fish La k e & M urra y La k e! COLONSAY:160 ac.-150 cult.(chem .fallowed in 2010),old scale assess.4710.Close to S a sk a toon ! GLE NBU SH :156.90 ac.-149 cult.,old scale assess.3,990. H AFFOR D :158.91 ac.-135 cult.,new/old scale assess.28,600/2,400. LE ASK :239.52 ac.-167 cult.+ 48 alfalfa, scale assess.34,735/160 ac. M AYFAIR :1289 ac.-535 cult.+ 530 tam e grass,avg.old scale assess.4,580 per 1/4. NOR TH BATTLE FOR D :592.36 ac.-443 cult., scale assess.51,700/160 ac. R AD ISSON: 2560 ac.-2165 cult.,avg. old scale assess. 3,975 per 1/4,older yard site -num erous wood buildings,house,quonset.Close to City ofS a sk a toon ! STU M P LAK E : 232.75 ac.-100 cult. + 20 tam e hay,avg. old/new scale assess. 2,490-29,035 per 160 ac., 1000’+ ofGrantLake lakefront,pond,cabin/ice fishing shack,outhouse,log storage shed.


D E BD E N: 159.33 ac.-40 tam e grass,bal. bush,pasture & slough,perim eter fencing,dugout,old/new scale assess.680/9,800.1 1/2 m iles from S turgeon River & Prin ce Alb ert N a tion a l Pa rk ! D E BD E N: 320.82 ac.-35 cult.,155 tam e grass,40 hay,bal. bush & yard,som e fencing (8’,4 wire barb, paige),wells,1,350 bu.steel grain storage,shop,elk corrals,storage sheds,oil shed,boiler shed,portage & m ain boiler,1,537 sq ftbungalow.H om e 1/4 a va il sepa ra tely! GOOD SOIL: 4685 ac.-3669 deeded + 1015 leased,792 cult.+ 1360 tam e grass + 115 hay,fenced & cross fenced,wells,sm all lake,seasonal creek,36,000 bu. steel grain storage,barn,calving barn,m achine sheds,cattle handling facility,garage,shop,quonset,sheds,corrals,m isc. other outbuildings,2 hom es 1,643 sq ftbungalow,1,238 sq ftbungalow.In cludes fa rm m a ch in ery! H AGU E :781.18 ac.-488 cult.+ 47 alfalfa,bal.native pasture,som e fencing,1,200 bu.steel grain storage, well, watering bowl, shop, barn, cattle shelters, corrals, shed, garage, 2,028 sq ft bungalow. Close to S a sk a toon ! H E PBU R N: 77 ac.-Poultry -21,004 unit quota,layer barns,spiker barns,pullet barns,roxell feeders, lubing waterers,exacon fans,com puterized tem p,3,000 sq ftraised ranch hom e. LE OVILLE : 480 ac.-all native pasture & bush (suitable for hunting),perim eter fencing,avg. new scale assess.13,700 per 1/4. LE OVILLE :2959 ac.-158 deeded,bal.leased,very bushy,large sloughs,perim eter fenced. LOON LAK E :304.18 ac.-m ostly seeded to alfalfa,seasonal creek, scale assess.35,600/2,470 per 160 ac.On H w y #26! M AYFAIR :944 ac.-m ostly tam e hay,som e alfalfa,bal.native grass,fenced & cross fenced,avg.old scale assess.3,110/160 ac.,dugouts,creek. M ONT NE BO: 608 ac.- 70 cult. + som e tam e grass,bal. native pasture,wells,sm all lake (previously stocked with fish),creek,old yard site,2 power & 2 phone sites,house,several buildings,historically good hunting in the area. PAR K SID E : 225 ac.-152 seeded to alfalfa,borders Kinnaird Lake (1 m ile offrontage),old scale assess. 1,0925/160 ac. PIE R CE LAND :3021 ac.-120 deeded + 2901.4 leased,approx.2777 grass for grazing,perim eter fenced + 1 crossfence,6-1/4sfenced off,lakes,dugouts,cabin,storage shed,outhouse. R APID VIE W : 2787 ac.-160.18 deeded + 2627.55 leased,approx. 900 ac. im proved pasture + 1,800 ac. native grass,trees/bush,& water,fenced & cross fenced,som e m arketable tim ber,dugouts,springs,sm all lakes,well,hydrants,watering bowl,undeveloped water line,tack barn,shop,storage sheds,corrals,896 sq fthom e.23 m iles to M ea dow La k e! SASK ATOON: 290 ac.-approx. 200 cult.,m ostly fenced,well,watering bowls,hydrants,5,000 bu. steel grain storage,horse barn,riding arena,stall area,m ezzanine above stall area,outdoor stalling barns, quonset,barn,show rings,judging stands,m arshalling stands,food service building,show office,outside pens,turn outpens,shop,1,200 sq ftRTM H om e.Loca ted n ea r S a sk a toon City Lim its! SH E LLBR OOK : 281 ac.-161 pasture,bal. bush,fenced,dugouts,sm all gravel pit,old yard site,power runsthrough property, scale assess.17,081/1,490 per 160 ac. SH E LLBR OOK :762 ac.-150 hay/alfalfa,240 sprayed in 2010 for 2011 cultivation,260 ac.scheduled to be sprayed in 2011,sm all lake,fenced with som e cross fencing,avg. new/old scale assess. 46,820/4,045 per 160 ac. STU M P LAK E :482 ac.-blend oftam e grass,native grasspasture,and bush pasture,all fenced, old scale assess.30,639/2,609 per 160 ac.,over 1 m ile ofSturgeon River Frontage,dugout. STU M P LAK E :669 ac.-579.63 deeded + 90.20 leased,330 cult.,fenced & cross fenced with 7 wire Bison fence,approx.1 1/2 m ilesofSturgeon River frontage,creek. STU M P LAK E : 787 ac.-159.87 deeded + 627.59 leased,150 tam e grass,bal.pasture & bush,all fenced, approx. 2 m iles of Sturgeon River frontage,dugouts,seasonal creek,avg. old/new scale assess. 1,155/ 22,220 per 160 ac. STU M P LAK E : 2689 ac.-530 cult.+ 1290 tam e grass,bal.native grass and bush,4 quarters with 7 wire buffalo fence,8 quarters with 4 wire barb,gravel deposit,avg.old/new scale assess.3,520/44,150 per 1/4, wells,dugouts,creek,spring,10,000 bu.steel grain storage,corrals,yard site.


D E BD E N:144.83 ac.-30 cult.+ 80 tam e grass,bal.yard,native grass& slough,som e fencing,wells,water trough,quonset,barn,shed,well graveled yard,3,640 sq ft2 storey hom e. NOR TH BATTLE FOR D : 128.62 ac.-lakefront property borders Scentgrass Lake (fishing/boating),land on gam e reserve and bird sanctuary since 1930’s.Close to N orth Ba ttleford Provin cia l Pa rk ! SH E LLBR OOK : 157 ac.-115 grass,42 bush/coulee/yard,fenced,wells,watering bowls,22,600 bu. steel grain storage,quonset,calving barn,shed,corrals,other m aller outbuildings,bungalow hom e. STU M P LAK E :185 ac.-162 deeded + 23.5 leased,145 tam e grass,45 bush,1/2 m ile ofFilion Lake frontage,dugout,well,power,telephone,m isc.other outbuildings,older bungalow.


LE OVILLE : 699 ac. -160 seeded to oats + 70 tam e grass,bal. native grass,all but one 1/4 fenced,well, Big River,springs,hydrant,3713 sq ftH unting Lodge. NOR TH BATTLE FOR D : 1280 ac.-Outdoor A dventure Centre -150 ac.alfalfa,bal.native grass,perim eter fenced,som e cross fencing,wells,lake,log chalet,hostel,m odern cabin,rustic cabin,m odern trailer, cam pground,clim bing wall,zip line,high rope course,m aze,canoes,kayaks,paintball facilities,challenge courses,crosscountry skitrails,skating rink,tubing hills,1,140 sq ftwalkouthom e.


D U NBLANE :2269 ac.-1319 deeded + 950 leased,860 irrigated (Lake D iefenbaker water supply,pum ps, m otors,intakes,electrical panels,m ainline and irrigation license),270 cult.,1139 grass,barbed wire fencing,Lake D iefenbaker frontage,30,000 bu. steel grain storage,40,000 bu. quonset grain storage, shop,coverall cattle shelter,1,750 sq ftbungalow. D U ND U R N:160 ac.-127 cult.,bal.scenic ravine,new/old scale assess.39,000/3,090.Just offH w y #11; close to th e City ofS a sk a toon ! E ATONIA:1441 ac.-1168 cult.,bal.grass, scale assess.30,310 per 1/4. E LBOW : 160 ac.-103 cult. + 45 alfalfa,12 ac. yard,well treed yard site,well,3,300 bu. steel grain bin , quonset,power,phone.13 m iles to La k e D iefen b a k er! OU TLOOK : 741 ac.-435 deeded + 306 leased,381 irrigated + 54 other cultivated,fencing,1-1/4 borders South Saskatchewan River,31,000 bu.steel grain storage,fertilizer bin,irrigation.


AYLE SBU R Y: 157.3 ac.-all grass,fence on 3 sides,A rm River crosses property,power adjacentto prop erty,property cornersH wy #11. BIGGAR :782 ac.-m ostly fenced, scale assess.29,765/2,685 per 160 ac.,bordersLizard Lake. CONQU E ST: 1281 ac.-1181 tam e grass,bal. native,electric fence,1 section cross fenced into 15 pad docks,avg. new scale assess. 33,250,wells,central watering,corrals/handling facilities,old yard site. 15 m in to Pik e La k e, 35 m in to S a sk a toon . E LR OSE :153 ac.-all grass,new scale assess.20,200,dugouts. H AR R IS: 1120 ac.-140 cult. + 180 tam e grass,bal. native grass,3 strand fence,well,dugouts,watering bowls,M acD onald Creek (through pasture),barn,corrals/shed,shop,horse barn,1,200 sq ftbungalow . K YLE :800 ac.-187 cult.,bal.native grass,fenced,dugouts,avg.old/new scale assess.1,475/26,040 per 1/4. K YLE : 2390 ac.-1909.68 deeded + 480.61 leased,approx. 1000 cult.,bal. grass,fenced,gas well lease, dugouts,cisterns,14,000 bu.steel grain storage,1,980 sq ftbungalow. 159 ac.SOLD . M ILD E N:1577 ac.-1418 deeded + 159 lease,632 cult.+ 557 tam e grass,bal.native grass,4 turn-outpad docks,fenced,well,20,000 bu.steel grain storage,shop,coverall shed,calving barn,corral system ,weigh scale,power,natural gas,backup power plant,house. 33 qua rters of pa sture lea se la n d option a l! 640 ac. SOLD . NOR TH BATTLE FOR D : 160 ac.- 83 cult., isolated property overlooking a valley towards North Battleford,old scale assess.3,010,creek. OU TLOOK : 967 ac.-229 cult,594 pivot irrigation,93 floor irrigation,bal. yard & feedlot,fencing,well, dugout,watering bowls,15,200 bu.steel grain storage,2,000 head feedlot,quonset,shop. PE R D U E : 1402 ac.-1168 cult,all but 80 ac. fenced,7,050 bu. steel grain storage,well,quonset,corrals, cattle shelter,m etal selffeeder,storage sheds,older m isc.outbuildings,2 storey hom e. R OSE TOW N:362 ac.-all grass,well,cistern,shop,barn,utility shed,1,000 sq ftm odular hom e. SCOTT:241 ac.-80 cult.,80 ac.of8 strand buffalo fence,160 ac.of5’paige wire fence,avg.old/new scale assess. 3,000/29,142 per 160 ac.,well,ravine with dam ,dugout,old yard site (num erous outbuildings, treed,power,phone,natural gas).1/2 m ile from Tra m pin g La k e! TE SSIE R :8117 ac.-~8037 deeded + 80 leased,1630 cult.,3690 tam e grass,bal.native grass,fencing,dugouts,wells,springs,M acD onald Creek,watering bowls,older house,barn,corrals,2 storey hom e. U NITY:479 ac.-195 cult+ 260 tam e grass,bal.bush & native grass,som e fencing,1 gaswell surface lease, well,7,900 bu.steel grain storage,garage,m isc.other outbuildings,fuel tanks,1,176 sq ftbungalow.


AYLE SBU R Y: 33.48 ac.-all grass,fence on 2 sides,power along South boundary of property,borders H wy #11. E STON:0.85 ac.-cistern,884 sq ft2 storey hom e,4 bedroom s,2 bathroom s,hardwood floor in kitchen. H AR R IS: 8.54 ac.-fenced & cross fenced with pens,well,barns,chop bin,pum p house,brooder house, hen house,octagon studio/work shop,1,038 sq ftbungalow. K YLE : 160 ac.-130 cult.,bal. yard & grass,fenced,well,dugout,hydrant,watering bowls,cistern,6,800 bu.steel grain storage,barn,shop,quonset,corrals,1,420 sq ftbungalow. LAND IS:159.47 ac.-well,hydrant,grain bins,quonset,rootcellar,1 1/2 storey restored E aton house. NE TH E R H ILL: 13.4 ac.-som e fencing,well,dugout,quonset,barn,m isc. other outbuildings,bungalow hom e. SASK ATCH E W AN LAND ING: 0.28 ac.-2,372 sq ftwalkouthom e overlooking Lake D iefenbaker,3 bed room s + studio room ,3 bathroom s,newer hardwood flooring on m ain level,sunroom ,large bonus room , central vac,air conditioning,m ature yard,garden area.Loca ted in S a sk a tch ew a n La n din g Provin cia l Pa rk ! U NITY: 142 ac.-fenced & cross fenced,wells,watering bowls,hydrants,dugouts,7,500 bu. steel grain storage,calving barn,barn,calfshelter,shop,garage,storage shed,greenhouse,1,232 sq ftbungalow. U NITY: 160 ac.-145 tam e grass,bal. bush & native grass,som e fencing,1 gas well surface lease,well, 7,900 bu.steel grain storage,garage,m isc.other outbuildings,fuel tanks,1,176 sq ftbungalow.


ASSINIBOIA: 780 ac.-595 cult.,well,dugouts,14,300 bu. steel grain storage,fertilizer bin,barn,quon sets,garage,well treed yard,2,500 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e. CAD ILLAC: 640 ac.-473 cult.,bal. native grass,m ostly fenced,avg. new scale assess. 46,575 per 1/4, springs,6,600 bu.steel grain storage. CAD ILLAC: 4217 ac.-3183 deeded + 1034 leased,2132 cult. + 427 tam e grass,bal. native grass,m ostly fenced,wells,dugouts,spring,quonset,barns,2nd yard site,1,380 sq ft2 storey hom e.S teel gra in stora ge option a l! CE NTR AL BU TTE :3014 ac.-2983 deeded + 31 leased,1700 cult+ 787 tam e grass,bal.native grass,132 irrigated,fenced,well,Kettle H utLake frontage,watering sites in pasture,50,600 bu.steel grain storage, shop,quonset,sheds,corral panels,m etal gates,1860 sq ftbungalow. Ca ttle & Equipm en t Ava ila b le! K INCAID : 2248 ac.-1518 cult.+ 270 tam e grass,460 native grass,11 1/4s fenced,well,dugouts,watering bowls,33,150 bu.steel grain storage,shops,quonsets,shed,barn,corrals,1760 sq ft2 storey hom e. LANCE R : 3521 ac.-3043.5 deeded + 477.5 lease,1345 cult. + 835 tam e grass,bal. native grass,m ostly fenced & cross fenced,wells,water line,dugouts,17,700 bu. steel grain storage,shops,quonset,garage, 1,480 sq ftbungalow. LE AD E R :318.89 ac.-all cult.,avg.old/new scale assess.6,310/69,050 per 1/4.

PE NSE :~46 ac.-to be subdivided,coulee,close to the City ofRegina! PU NNICH Y: 319 ac.-285 cult.,well,cistern,7,150 bu. steel grain storage,garage,shop,barns,hen house,garden shed,2,100 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e.M ore la n d a va ila b le! YOR K TON: 160.56 ac.-110 alfalfa/tim othy grass,well,dugouts,1,650 bu. steel grain storage,barn, m achine shed,shop,garage,car port,well treed yard,1,200 sq ft bungalow. Approx. 20 m in from York ton !


FOAM LAK E :397 ac.-357 cult.,avg.old scale assess.4,325/160 ac. FOAM LAK E :610.1 ac.-525 cult.,well,hydrant,17,500 bu.steel grain storage,shop,sheds,m isc.other outbuildings,1,970 sq ft2 storey hom e.1 1/2 m iles to F ish in g La k e & close to Leslie Bea ch ! FOSSTON: 1181.52 ac.-1041 cult.,avg. new scale assess. 54,059,35,550 bu. steel grain storage,shop. 151.31 a c. a n d sh op a va ila b le sepa ra tely! M E ATH PAR K : 1058.59 ac.-715 cult.,creeks,borders provincial forest,30 m in. to Prince A lbert,20 m Candle Lake. PR E E CE VILLE : 473.68 ac.-all cult.,avg. old scale assess. 5,925,25,000 bu. steel grain storage,yard site -power,yard light,dugout.Certified Orga n ic! L IV E STOCK ST.BR IE U X:326 ac.-215 cult.,bal.grass,property bordersRanch Lake. CAR ON:160 ac.-70 alfalfa,bal.pasture,fence on 3 sides,old scale assess.1,820. CE NTR AL BU TTE : 1785 ac.-1586.18 deeded + 199.34 leased,407 cult. + 876 tam e grass + 40 irrigated VISCOU NT:631.72 ac.-560 cult.,avg.old scale assess.4,250/160 ac. hay,bal.native grass,m ostly fenced & cross fenced,well,dugouts,seasonal creek,watering bowls,10,300 W AK AW :154 ac.-very little bush,som e sloughs,old scale assess.6,480. bu.steel grain storage,coveralls,calving barn,cattle shed,shed,cattle handling facilities,1.500 sq ftbun - W AK AW :158 ac.-155 cult.,new/old scale assess.73,400/6,250. L IV E STOCK galow. Livestock & H a y Option a l! CONSU L: 2096 ac.-152 irrigated,1781 tam e grass,bal. native grass,all but irrigated and fenced,well, H U D SON BAY: 1470.7 ac.-406 cult.,all but130 ac.fenced,well,river,hydrants,watering bowls,dugcreek,dugouts,buried waterline to pastures,1,950 bu.steel grain storage,shop,barn,railway bun khouse, outs,solar pum p water system ,6,600 bu.steel grain storage,shop,quonset,corrals,garden shed,land scaped & well treed yard,2,000 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e. rollerm ill bin,shed,brooder house,1,216 sq fthom e.30 m iles to Cypress H ills Pa rk & F ortW a lsh ! H E R BE R T: 152 ac.-42.82 ac. brom e,16.99 sweet clover,92.35 ac. alfalfa,som e fencing,new corrals,3 H U M BOLD T: 1276 ac.-1012 cult.,fenced,5,500 bu. steel grain storage,cattle handling facilities & pens. buildings.69 ac.SOLD . H E R BE R T: 940 ac.-560 hayland (330 ac.newly seeded),220 ac.pasture,160 ac.cult.,all fenced & cross K AM SACK : 593 ac.-flat/gently rolling topography,som e bush,river, scale assess.22,775/160 ca. fenced, scale assess.29,395,creek,dugouts,dam . M ISTATIM : 264.09 ac.-m ostly seeded to alfalfa,avg. new scale assess. 35,440/160 ac.,property surLAW SON:160 ac.-all tam e grass,old/new scale assess.2,380/29,200. M ANK OTA:7209 ac.-2073 deeded + 5136 leased all in 1 block! 661 cult.+ 386 tam e grass,bal.native pas- rounded by forest-historic abundance ofsm all & large gam e. ture,all fenced & cross fenced,wells,dugouts,dam ,hillside spring,3,450 bu.steel grain storage,quonset, PR E E CE VILLE : 412.35 ac.-138 cult. + 70 alfalfa,bal. native hay & bush,som e fencing,A ssiniboia River,well,shop,hunting house,hen house,barn,other outbuildings,911 sq ftbungalow. barn,1,500 sq ft2 storey hom e.M a ch in ery & Livestock Option a l! M APLE CR E E K : 587 ac.-538 tam e grass,bal. native grass,all fenced,approx. avg. new/old scale asses. SM E ATON: 467 ac.-70 cropped + 260 alfalfa/tam e grass,two 1/4s fenced,well,watering bowls,shop, 1,040 sq ftraised bungalow. 33,275/1,814 per 160 ac.On H w y #1! M OR TLACH :124.18 ac.-ravines,all pasture with perim eter fencing,300’x600’& 100’x300’reservoirs.25 W H ITE FOX: 1427 ac.-948.22 deeded + 479.64 leased,700 fenced pasture (som e cross fencing),bal. bush,country retreat(cabins,hiking/skitrails,fishing),well,Torch River,watering bowls,shop,build m in utes from M oose Ja w ! M OR TLACH :408 ac.-all native pasture,all fenced,spring,dugout, scale assess.31,800/160 ac., ing site,1,440 sq ftbungalow. one 1/4 haspower.On H w y #1! ACR E AG E S M OR TLACH : 1520 ac.-1440 deeded + 80 leased,885 tam e grass,bal. native grass,all fenced & cross H U D SON BAY: 89.12 ac.-native land with approx.35 ac.ofstanding poplar & spruce trees,zoned forfenced,wells,dugouts,seasonal ponds,shop,barn,992 sq ftbungalow. 3 1/2 m iles from H w y #1! estry district.W ith in H udson Ba y Tow n Lim its! M OR TLACH : 1878 ac.-920 deeded + 958 leased,1325 tam e grass,bal.native pasture,all fenced & cross H U M BOLD T: 159.79 ac.- 80 alfalfa/grass, 6 paddocks on pasture, fenced & cross fenced (buffalo fenced, scale assess.21,400/160 ac.,power on one 1/4,wells,dugouts. fence),well,dugouts,1,350 bu.steel grain storage,shed/barn,tack room ,storage shed,garage,bu ffalo PONTE IX: 1054 ac.-1047 tam e hay,bal. yard,all fenced & cross fenced,Town of Ponteix water supply, handling facilities,1,120 sq ftbungalow.Borders H um b oldt La k e! watering bowls,20,000 bu.steel grain storage,shop,m achine shed,barn,shelters,corrals,2500 sq ft1 1/2 H U NTE R BAY:1.87 ac.-inside Provincial Park atH unter Bay on Lac La Ronge,lodge,living quarters, storey hom e. retail area,dining area,guestcabins,staffcabin,shower house/laundry,fish filleting,m arine storage, R OBSAR T: 1430 deeded + 474 lease,781 tam e grass,bal.native grass,coulee,all fenced,spring fed dug- docs,portable wall tents,boats,canoes,M oose & Bear tags. outs,dam s,3,600 bu.steel grain storage,quonset,barn,cow barn,power.On H w y #18! K E LVINGTON: 26 ac.-shop,2,600 sq ft 1 1/2 storey executive hom e. Close to Green w a ter Provin cia l SW IFT CU R R E NT:276.92 ac.-all fenced,parcelsavail.separately,2 m ilesfrom SwiftCurrentCity lim its! Pa rk ! TOM PK INS:798 ac.-300 cult.(organic),bal.tam e pasture,all fenced (for sheep),cross fenced,well,bur- M U E NSTE R :158 ac.-140 cult.,H um boldtwater supply,shops,shed,garage,partsshed,garden sheds, ied pipeline to pasture,watering bowls,quonset,horse barn,corrals,bunkhouse,1,040 sq ftbungalow. 2,176 sq ftbungalow. TOM PK INS:2375 ac.-1750 tam e grass,bal.native,all fenced & cross fenced,well,dugouts,calving barn, NIPAW IN: 155.69 ac.-80 cult. (organic),bal. m ature trees,1,300 feet ofTobin Lake lakefront,understorage shed,shop,m ain hom e -1,500 sq ftbungalow,2nd hom e -2 storey. ground springsand stream s. W OOD M OU NTAIN: 1168 ac.-960 deeded + 208 leased,fenced & cross fenced,well,spring,dugouts, W AD E NA:10 ac.-all native grass,fenced & cross fenced,wells,shop,horse shelter,garden shed,1,005 m any watering bowls,salesarena,salesbarn,loadoutpens,display pens,handling system . sq ftm odular hom e. ACR E AG E S W AK AW :79.41 ac.-70 cult.,old/new scale assess.5,620/63,870 per 160 ac.,power crossesproperty.Less AD M IR AL:1.68 ac.-12 lots,ravine,Town ofA dm iral water supply,garage,storage shed,1,234 sq ftbun - th a n 1 m ile to W a k a w La k e a n d D om rem y Bea ch ! W E E K E S: 78.87 ac.-54 cult.,dugout,creeks,cistern,hot water tank,shop,garden shed,landscapes galow. ASSINIBOIA: 9.18 ac.-fenced perim eter,well,dugout,7,320 sq ftdog kennel (129 units,groom ing/laun - yard,1,100 sq ftbungalow. dry room ,vetroom ,office/staffroom ,storage room ,garage,puppy nursery room ,turnkey operation w ith W E E K E S:156 ac.-128 cult.+ 13 seeded to Tim othy grass,dugout,10,000 bu.steel grain storage,shop, ongoing revenue),sheds,outdoor riding arena,round pen,1,800 sq ftbungalow.W ork in g in ven tory, equip., fuel tank,well landscaped yard,1,138 sq ftbungalow. Close to Provin cia l Pa rk & Provin cia l F orest! tools, & b reedin g stock in cluded! OTH E R CAD ILLAC: 18.34 ac.-well treed yard,Town ofCadillac water supply,storage sheds,quonset,1,632 sq ft D AVIN LAK E /W ATH AM AN LAK E :Fishing cam p -lodge,duplexes,m anagersresidence,stafftrailer, bungalow.Loca ted on H w y #4. air strip,quonset,filleting sheds,power houses,boat house,washroom s,living quarters,utility b uild E YE BR OW : 10 ac.-to be subdivided,well,watering bowl,shop,cattle shed,well treed yard site,close to ing.In cludes b oa ts, m otors, & equipm en t! grid road,3 rowsoftree seedlingson drip irrigation. LAC LA R ONGE : -Fishing Cam p -1.87 ac. inside Provincial Park at H unter Bay on Lac La Ronge, H OD GE VILLE : 19.9 ac.-seeded to grass,treed yard site,new horse fence,well,water line to pasture lodge,living quarters,retail area,dining area,guestcabins,staffcabin,shower house/laundry,fish fil(with power),barn,round pen,1,500 sq ftbungalow. leting,m arine storage,docks,portable wall tents,boats,canoes,M oose & Bear tags. M APLE CR E E K : 40 ac.-well,quonset,calving barn,corrals,storage shed,m ain residence 1,500 sq ft bungalow,2nd hom e.1/2 m ile from H w y #1! M OR SE : 12.28 ac.-all pasture,2 fenced paddocks,setup for alpaca,well,hydrant,shop,quonset,barn, shed,chicken coop,1,476 sq ftbungalow. S E S AS K M OSSBANK : 55 ac.-20 hay,25 fenced pasture,10 yard site,wells,watering bowl,shop,garage,barn, G R A IN holding corral,4,000 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e.40 m in utes S outh ofM oose Ja w ! AVONLE A: 1277 ac.-1044 cult. (som e grainland,som e hay),bal. native grass,all fenced with som e SCE PTR E :7.5 ac.-water storage tanks,shops,garage,1,776 sq fthom e. cross fencing,dugouts,water hydrants,watering bowls,16,400 bu.steel grain storage,quonsets,sh op, SW IFT CU R R E NT: 37 ac.-gravel pit,wells,dugout,creek,shop,2 power m eters,2 telephone services,2 barns,corral system ,orchard with fruittrees,2,400 sq ft2 storey hom e. natural gasm eters,1,408 sq fthom e. BE NSON: 949.5 ac.-m ostly cult.,dugouts,well treed yard site,power,m isc. other outbuildings,older SW IFT CU R R E NT: 38.79 ac.-all fenced & cross fenced,4,000 trees,well,1,000 bu. steel grain storage, vacanthom e. shop,barns,m obile hom e,1,432 sq ftbungalow. CAR LYLE : 1736.95 ac.-1687 cult.,drainage im provem ents,well,dugouts,34,400 bu. steel grain storW ALD E CK : 21.53 ac.-12 tam e hay,bal.native grass,well,SwiftCurrentCreek,quonset,wood shop,dog age,yard site (quonset,barn,gas& phone).Option a l H om e Qua rter a n d S urfa ce Lea se! boarding business -12’x48’kennel,U -pick berry business -fruittrees planted in corrals,1,800 sq ftranch IND IAN H E AD : 476.41 ac.-378 cult.,avg. new/old scale assess. 50,600/4,310 per 1/4,2,700 bu. steel style hom e.On ly 1 m ile offH w y #1 & 15 m in utes to S w ift Curren t! grain storage.3 m iles S outh ofH w y #1! OTH E R K IPLING:159.8 ac.-m ostly cult.,old scale assess.4,080.Close to H w y #48! CAD ILLAC :Tavern -located on 5 lots(0.29 ac.) in the town ofCadillac,3,100 sq ftbuilding with 100 per- K IPLING: 638 ac.-400 cult.,80 fenced pasture,well,7,400 bu.steel grain storage,yard site -power & son seating capacity,living quarters,bathroom ,kitchen.H ouse in Ca dilla c option a l! barn.3 S urfa ce Lea ses! SW IFT CU R R E NT R E STAU R ANT: established fam ily restaurant located in Swift Current on H wy #1, LAM PM AN:4071 ac.-3677 cult.,2 x 100 ac.fenced pastures,well,dugouts,143,750 bu.steel grain storCity ofSwiftCurrentwater supply,2,080 sq ftbuilding,seats112 people. In cludes equipm en t! age,quonset,shop,sheds,1,400 sq ftbungalow.S econ d h om e, fa rm m a ch in ery & 5 surfa ce lea ses option a l! M AR YFIE LD :637.53 ac.-500 cult.,120 ac.of7’gam e fence (4 paddocks),well,dugout,cistern,30,800 bu.steel grain storage,quonset,shop,barn,horse barn,corral system (for elk),well treed yard,garden EC S AS K area,fruittrees,1,500 sq ftbungalow. PAR R Y: 471 ac.-437 cult.,A vonlea Creek flows through two 1/4s,avg. new/old scale assess. 35,870/ G R A IN FOR T QU ’APPE LLE :1182 ac.-1050 cult.,avg.old scale assess.5,320 / 160 ac.,6,900 bu.steel grain stor- 3,529 per 160 ac. PAR R Y: 1046 ac.-1026 cult.,avg. new/old scale assess. 35,945/3,310 per 160 ac.,dugout,21,900 bu. age,overlooksQ u’A ppelle Valley! H OLD FAST: 640 ac.-610 cult.,avg. new/old scale assess. 42,175/4,140 per 1/4. 2 m iles to La st M oun ta in steel grain storage,shed,yard (nat.gas,power,phone),bungalow hom e. PAR R Y:1110 ac.-1043 cult.,dugouts,32,400 bu.steel grain storage,quonsets,1,872 sq ftbungalow. La k e! INSINGE R :633.69 ac.-480 cult.,avg.old scale assess.5,200/160 ac.,7,400 bu.steel grain storage,dugout, YE LLOW GR ASS: 320 ac.-275 cult.,1/2 m ile offence,dugout,avg.old/new scale assess.2,740/27,600 per 1/4. old yard site-power & phone through yard.On H w y #16! L IV E STOCK LIPTON: 2049 ac.-1600 cult. + 400 tam e hay,tam e hay & hom e sec. fenced,wells,hydrants,watering bowls,dugouts,68,000 bu.steel grain storage,work shop,garage,cattle handling facilities,barn,1,700 sq AVONLE A:1438 ac.-796 cult.,491 pasture + 151 native grass,two 1/4sfenced,bal.m ostly fenced,avg. new/old scale assess.33,175/2,375,springs,dugouts. ftsplitlevel hom e.M a ch in ery a va ila b le! LU M SD E N: 462.97 ac.-290 cult + 11 tam e grass,fenced pasture,well,dugouts,quonset,garage,barn, FAIR LIGH T: 1434 ac.-approx. 650 tam e grass,550 alfalfa/brom e,160 alfalfa,bal. native grass,all fenced & crossfenced (12 m ilesofbuffalo fence;14 pastures,11 m ilesofelk fence;11 pastures),wells, open shelter,1,968 sq ft2 storey hom e. PU NNICH Y: 798 ac.-705 cult.,well,cistern,7,150 bu.steel grain storage,garage,shop,barns,hen house, dugouts,watering bowls,hydrant,grain bins,barns,shops,corrals,2 hom es -1,620 sq ftbungalow,900 sq ftbungalow. garden shed,2,100 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e.Addition a l gra in stora ge option a l. R AYM OR E : 4020 ac.-3874 cult.,well,dugout,hydrant,224,460 bu. steel grain storage,shop,m achine H ALBR ITE :318 ac.-partially fenced,dugouts, scale assess.48,500/4,030 per 1/4. M AR YFIE LD : 1613 ac.- 1111.14 deeded + 502 leased,495 cult.,196 hayland,502 pasture,m ostly shed,quonset,RV parking pad,1,536 sq ftbungalow.F a rm Equip. Option a l! STR ASBOU R G: 318 ac.-300 cult.,view of Last M ountain Lake (~350 m eters from shoreline),power/ fenced,well,ravine/creek,watering bowls,hydrant,21,900 bu.steel grain storage,corral,cattle shed, barn,m achine sheds,garden shed,1,380 sq ftbungalow. nat.gas/phone crossand/or adjacentto property,barn.1/2 m ile to Row a n ’s Ra vin e Provin cia l Pa rk ! TH E OD OR E :1123.9 ac.-three 1/4sfenced,dugouts,9,700 bu.steel grain storage,shop,corrals,m isc.stor- M OOSOM IN: 1180 ac.-575 deeded + 605.37 lease,270 cult.,fenced with som e cross fencing,creek, vacantyard site (garage & quonset),natural pasture and valley.Borders H w y #8! age sheds,well treed yard site,1,500 sq ftbungalow.35 m in . to York ton ! R AD VILLE :773 deeded + 2061 leased,all tam e hay,electric fence with som e 3 strand barb,well,dugW H ITE W OOD :674.23 ac.-640 cult.,lease back option avail.On H w y #1! out,spring,9,100 bu.steel grain storage,cattle sheds,shed,barn,shop,corral system ,1,008 sq ftbun L IV E STOCK galow.M a ch in ery & Ca ttle Option a l! BR E D E NBU R Y: 320 ac.- 250 seeded to alfalfa, perim eter m ostly fenced, avg. new/old scale assess. W AW OTA:2700 ac.-2,000 seeded to grass,seven 1/4swith 8’gam e fence,four 1/4swith 5’gam e fence, 60,750/6,155,dugout,old yard site,underground power runsthrough yard. two 1/4s barbed wire fence,each paddock with water,wells,29,000 bu. steel grain storage,quonset/ INSINGE R :159.77 ac.-20 cult.+ 90 alfalfa/hay,dugout,old yard site with power. barn/arena,shop,quonset,cattle shelter,scale,pum phouse,2,064 sq ftbungalow. M E LVILLE : 160 ac.-44 cult. + 85 tam e hay,creek runs through property,new/old scale assess. 48,700/ ACR E AG E S 4,660,vacantyard site with no buildings. FAIR T: 12.79 ac.-partially fenced,well,quonset,shop,coal furnace system (17 tonne hopper), SALTCOATS: 2245 ac.425 cult.+1030 brom e/alfalfa,bal.native pasture,1600 ac.fenced,wells,dugouts, 1,800 LIGH sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e. cistern,watering bowls,30,300 bu. steel grain storage,quonset,barn,cattle facilities,oil shed,2 yard GLE NAVON: 5.8 ac.-nicely treed/landscaped yard,well,quonset,shop,3025 sq ftbungalow,geo thersites,1,132 sq ftbungalow.M a ch in ery, fuel ta n k s & ca ttle feed a va ila b le! Loca ted a pprox. 1h r from th e City ofRegin a on H w y #48! VE R E GIN: 846.15 ac.-491 cult.+ 20 hay,bal.m ainly pasture,two 1/4’s fenced pasture (som e cross fenc- m al heat.LL: 160 ac.-132 cult.,som e perim eter fencing,well,watering bowl,hydrant,barn,garage, ing,corral),town ofKam sack water line,springs,dugouts,watering bowls,10,000 bu.steel grain storage, mGRisEc.NFE sheds,large garden area,m ature shelterbeltsurrounding yard,1,400 sq fthom e.Close to H w y #1! shop,cattle shelters,barn,corral system ,2 yard sites,well treed yard site,1,300 sq ftbungalow . K R ONAU :11.7 ac.-well treed yard,city water,dugout,13,000 bu.steel grain storage,quonset,shelter, ACR E AG E S barns,corrals,960 sq ftbungalow. BE TH U NE : 160 ac.-50 alfalfa + 5 tam e grass,bal.native grass & yard,sheltered yard site,fenced,well, LAK E ALM A:309 ac.-257 tam e grass,bal.native grass,m ostly fenced & cross fenced,wells,dugouts, hydrants,watering bowl,6,200 bu.grain storage,barn,cattle shed,quonset,2,040 sq ft2 storey h om e.12.4 cistern,watering bowl,barn,garages,lean-tos,corral system ,1,096 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e. M ANOR :236.26 ac.-dugouts,3,300 bu.steel grain storage,brick house.On H w y #13! ac.yard with house & buildingsavail.separately! 15 m in . to La st M oun ta in La k e! M OOSOM IN: 9.1 ac.-W estside ofM oosom in Lake,approx.1200’oflake frontage,borders M oosom in BU FFALO POU ND :0.25 ac.-100.32’x 109.74’lot,view ofBuffalo Pound Lake.25 m in utes to M oose Ja w ! Lake resortarea. CR AVE N:~15 ac.-well,hydrant,shed,1,400 sq ftbungalow. M OOSOM IN:34 ac.-view ofPipestone Valley,som e bush with oak trees,fenced. On H w y #48! FIND LATE R :19.82 ac.-natural gasadjacentto property,power E astofproperty. R AD VILLE :162.48 ac.-seeded to alfalfa,dugouts,cistern,shop,barn,1,800 sq ftbungalow. FIND LATE R :20.12 ac.-5 ac.tam e grass,natural gascrossesproperty. STOU GH TON: 35.5 ac.-fenced,well,22,550 bu. steel grain storage,quonset,shed,garage,well shelFIND LATE R :116.02 ac.-80 tam e grass,natural gascrossesproperty,power E astofproperty. tered yard,2,100 sq ftbungalow.S urfa ce Lea se Reven ue! FIND LATE R :157.14 ac.-100 cult.,phone crossesproperty,power adjacentto property. FOAM LAK E : 320 ac.-262 cult.,one 1/4 partially fenced,well,watering bowls,hydrant,19,250 bu.steel W H ITE W OOD :57.8 ac.-5 lotslocated 3 m inutesSouth ofW hitewood.Ca n b e purch a sed in dividua lly! grain storage,quonset,shed,barn,corrals,well sheltered yard site,1,380 sq ft bungalow. F a rm & Ya rd Equip. Option a l! GR E NFE LL: 11.34 ac.-well treed yard in private location,som e fencing,well,shop,2nd living quarters, ALBER TA chicken coop,gazebo,1,904 sq ft3 level splithom e.Close to H w y #1! G R A IN LANIGAN:4.96 ac.-well treed yard,well,cistern,barn,shop,garden shed,garage,2,200 sq ft1 1/2 storey E M PR E SS: 5300 ac.-3089 cult,1277 grass,3 strand barb fence,avg. new scale assess. 40,695/160 ac. hom e. (cropped 1/4s only),spring fed dugout,water pipeline,52,000 bu.steel grain storage,shop,shed,corLE BR E T: 0.842 acres (2 lots),on south face ofQ u’A ppelle Valley,north looking view ofM ission Lake,on rals.La n d loca ted in b oth S K & AB! quietdead end accessroad.Vendor to provide one well,one nat.gasline,and one electrical service. IV E STOCK LE M BE R G:320.86 ac.-240 tam e grass,perim eter + 6 paddocks with electric fence,well,dugouts,barns, CE R E AL: 5600 ac. -1760 deeded + 3840 Lleas ed,500 cult.,400 hay,bal. native grass,fenced,surface hen house,greenhouse,gazebos,playhouse,1,840 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e. leas e revenue, wells , wat eri ng bowls , dugout ,several corrals,barn,good yard drainage,1,400 sq ft LU M SD E N: 150.63 ac.-120 cult.,fencing,D ufferin water pipeline,storage sheds,1,216 sq ft hom e. On 1 1/2 storey hom e. H w y #11!


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LAND FOR RENT. 970 acres of chemical fallow, has had no canola for over 10 yrs., grain storage, east of Broadview, open to offers. Phone 306-696-3482 for more info. RM 33/63 7189 deeded acres, surface leases included, very good mixed grain farm with buildings. Brenda McLash Realty Executives MJ, 306-630-5700, Moose Jaw, SK.

HALF SECTION OF LAND near Rossburn, MB. 310 acres arable. Dwelling, machine shed, barn. 2 wells. More land available. Would subdivide off yard. Karen Goraluk, Salesperson, NorthStar Insurance & Real Estate, 204-773-6797, 1-800-668-5229. LAND FOR SALE: NE-10-21-7, 160 acres close to Lake Manitoba, good hunting and hayland, asking $37,500. 204-739-3667, Eriksdale, MB. 17 QUARTERS, 2690 ACRES, 2120 cult., 2 yardsites w/570 acres bush openings and shelter, good water. Cult. land is rented. Also 18 acres w/buildings. Retiring. Call for web. 204-858-2555, Hartney, MB.

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WANTED: 1) Land in the RM’ s of Hoodoo, Duck Lake, Shellbrook, Langham; 2) Ranchland capable of handling 100-400 cow/calf pairs; 3) Bushland located anywhere; 4) Natural pasture south of SaskaBill Nesteroff 306-497-2668, Re/Max 2 PASTURES TO RENT for the upcoming toon. grazing season of 2011. Reasonable rates. Saskatoon. Email Pasture #1: approx. 20 quarters; Pasture #2: approx. 18 quarters. The pastures are located on the Mosquito First Nation 25 miles south of North Battleford, SK. For 7-1/2 ACRES NORTH of Rockglen, SK., more info. please call Milton Oxebin at power, water and corrals and older house, 306-937-6120 or cell 306-441-6680. $80,000 OBO. Call 306-476-2501. SUPERVISED PASTURES for small or BLADWORTH, SK, 17 acres, 1900 sq. ft. large herds, 2011 grazing season. Refer- 1-1/2 storey house, addition 1982, 26x30 ences available. 306-937-3503, Cando, SK. garage, 52x80 Behlen quonset, 22x60 FOR RENT: SUPERVISED PASTURE for 200 wooden quonset, 12x34 wooden bin, cow/calf or 450 stocker calves. Phone 14x28 storage building. 15 acres fenced pasture, corrals w/open faced shelters, 204-859-3018, Rossburn, MB. watering bowl, $299,900. 306-561-7733. SUPERVISED PASTURE for 300 yearlings or 150 cow/calf pairs. Also able to back- 50 ACRES ON Hwy #16, 2 miles from Minground yearlings for balance of winter or nedosa, MB. 20 yr. old home, w/attached calve out cows. Phone 306-380-2440 or garage, sunroom and carport, garden and 306-944-4880, Plunkett, SK. mature trees. Also 4000 sq. ft. commercial 560 ACRE GRAZING lease for sale. Oil bldg, w/overhead doors, partly lined and revenue. Whitecourt/ Edson, AB area. Call insulated; 3500 sq. ft. livestock loose housing, w/corrals and drinkers, partly 780-778-6780 or 780-706-0101. lined and insulated on cement; 900 sq. ft. 254 ACRES OF FENCED pasture, located warm shop w/in-floor heat, plus hay and along Hwy. 11 and adjacent to Saskatoon grain storage. All bldgs have running town city limits, NW+SW-28-37-5-W3 $7500 water and new low maintenance metal and per year leased as is. Kyle 306-668-3000, vinyl exteriors and roofs. Land seeded to hay and fenced. Inquire: Email PASTURE FOR SALE. 40 quarters leased, 1 quarter deeded, near Burstall, SK. Adjacent to Hwy. #41. 3 powered wells, 5 good dugouts and other water holes. Corrals with powered water bowl. Call 306-628-3993.

WANTED PASTURE LAND TO RENT OR LEASE WATER, CORRAL & FENCE REQUIRED 1000 HEAD PLUS OF CATTLE (No less than 75 Head/Pasture) Area: Alberta & Saskatchewan Term: May to September, 2011 Please contact Tim 403-546-2278 Ext. 8

FOAM LAKE, SK, 10 acres along creek, one mile off hwy. no. 16, well treed yard, on all weather road, 15 mins. from 3 different lakes. Phone 306-272-7038. ESTABLISHED 160 ACRE ACREAGE 13 miles from Estevan, SK. 1200 sq. ft. house, 3 bdrm, 1 bath. Many upgrades, new hardwood and ceramic tiling throughout. Well, natural gas, fenced hayland. 306-634-4005 email TURNER VALLEY, AB, 55 acres, grass and trees, fenced and cross-fenced, 2 dugouts, no buildings, 2 wells, power and gas on property, $600,000. 403-253-2664, HUNTER’S PARADISE! New bungalow, not finished, on grid road. Finish it how you would like it on 40 acres of prime hunting land. Power, phone, and water installed, with a new well. RM of Parkland. F o r m o r e i n fo c a l l 3 0 6 - 3 4 2 - 2 0 2 4 , 306-240-9217, Glaslyn, SK.

PASTURE FOR RENT 200 pairs or 350 year- BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this 7 l i n g s . G o o d w a t e r, c h e c ke d d a i l y. acre acreage, 3 miles NW of Rosemary, AB. All services plus regional water may be 306-256-7087, Cudworth, SK. avail. Asking $105,000. Irv 403-378-4657. PASTURE FOR RENT in RM of Biggar #347. 480 acres with ample water and ACREAGE FOR SALE, 25 minutes NW of good fences. Lots of 2010 grass carry over. Saskatoon, SK. 5 miles off Hwy. 12, RM of Laird, 10 acres, house, heated shop, 4 car Phone 306-834-2805, Kerrobert, SK. garage, barn. 306-254-4243. SUPERVISED PASTURE for 120 pairs or yearlings, good fences, good water, good ONE OF A KIND ACREAGE, with a milgrass, checked daily. Preeceville, SK area. lion $ view, 40 minutes north of SaskaCall Fred 306-547-2128 toon, SK. on the west side of the South PASTURE AVAILABLE for 2011 grazing Sask. River. Has 100’ cliff with potential season. References avail. For more infor- yardsite to build your dream home. From mation phone Stewart 306-937-7366 or here you can see a mile of river, 1/2 a mile as it comes and 1/2 a mile as it goes. 306-480-5038, Cando, SK. Property is 58 acres with 1/2 a mile of rivMULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. erfront. 30 acres flat in grass, rest is Visit us at: sloped and treed, located east of Rosthern, Also see section #3560 Custom Work. across from Fish Creek Church. Land has potential, or just make it all 1000 ACRE PASTURE, 850 lease, 150 subdivision own. Could also use this property in deeded, $6500/yr. gas oil revenue. Two your t r a d e o n a house in Saskatoon. hours NE of Edmonton, AB. 780-623-4197. 403-823-8409, 403-820-1555. BUSH PASTURELAND for sale, 1 deeded, 7 lease with bunkhouse. Hunters paradise. 40 ACRES, the perfect family home w/7 Moose, elk, deer, good trail riding, ski- bdrms., 3-1/2 baths, in-floor heated basedooing or quading. Phone 306-469-0086, ment and ensuite, all triple pane windows w/low E and solar shield, oak pkg. w/large Meadow Lake, SK. kitchen, dining, island, breakfast bar and PASTURE FOR 1000 cow/calf pairs, pantry. Triple attached garage insulted and 90¢/day; or 1700 yearlings, 65¢/day or heated. Steel quonset- 40’x56’, shop40¢/lb. Rotational grazing, tame grass, 16’x30’, 1 acre garden w/raspberries, wind new fences. 306-547-3323, Preeceville, SK turbine on grid. Approx. 17 miles from CUSTOM GRAZING AVAIL., 2500 animal Saskatoon. Priced to sell at $619,000. Call unit months, for yearlings and/or cow/calf Ron Thompson 306-221-8112, Royal LePage Saskatoon Real Estate, Saskatoon, SK. pairs. 306-435-3737, Moosomin, SK.

FOR SALE OR LEASE 650 sow farrow to iso-wean hog barn w/farmland, 43.54 acres south of Benito, MB. Approx. 36,000 sq. ft. frame construction main barn, gestation/breeding barn, farrowing/weanling barn, office/mechanical area, constructed in 2000, 6 Friesen feed bins, autofeed/water system, enviro control system, elec. batch scale, loading room and chute. Cat dsl. generator, coal boiler, radiant heat, two stage lagoon. Vendor open to reasonable offers. For more info. call Darin PASTURE WANTED: 2011 grazing season, McKay at McKay Real Estate & Auction Co., cow/calf or yearlings. Ph. 403-552-3753, Swan River, MB, 204-734-8757. Kirriemuir, AB. AMARANTH MB, 5 quarter mixed farm w/park like yard, good buildings. GLADSTONE, south half section with 3 bdrm. house, shop w/heated floor and grain LAND WANTED. I have several buyers storage. For these and other properties ph. looking for quality farmland throughout Christianson Soils Ltd. 204-239-6086 or Sask. Contact James Hunter, Coldwell email Banker, Rescom Realty, 306-716-0750 or MEADOWS ROSSER AREA: 720 acres of at good farmland, all located in one block. WANTED: ACREAGE OR small farm in the For more info contact Melvin Toews at Dundurn, Hanley area. Call Darrell Dick ReGolden Plains Realty Ltd., 204-745-3677. alty/ReMax 306-222-2477, Saskatoon, SK.

2007 JAZZ 5TH WHEEL camper, 28’ long, only used twice, brand new condition, extended warranty. 306-445-9867, North Battleford, SK. 2003 COUGAR 28.5’ fifth wheel, 2 slides, every option available, new condition. Phone 306-383-2920, Quill Lake, SK. 2007 GULFSTREAM ENDURAMAX 40’ fifth wheel, toyhauler, 3 slides, sleeps 10, generator, front and rear AC, 12’ garage, $35,000 OBO, must sell. 306-260-8447 cell, Saskatoon, SK. 2007 OKANAGAN ECLIPSE 28’ fifth wheel, light weight, rear bath, w/pop-out bunk beds, Neon shower, one owner, $34,000. 403-578-2474, Coronation, AB. S A S K ATO O N R V S U P E R S TO R E . C O M Phone 306-978-7253, Saskatoon, SK. 2006 30’ KEYSTONE HORNET trailer, w/slide, fully loaded, barely used, mint, $18,500 OBO. 306-329-4706, Asquith, SK. READY FOR SOME ARIZONA SUN? 2004, 32’ Montana 5th wheel, 3 slides, fully loaded and equipped, c/w 2004 Chev Duramax HD 2500 truck, 50,000 miles, ext cab. Both very clean. Includes 1 yr. rent paid lot in Apache Junction, AZ. Or Cdn delivery. Asking $52,500 for both. Call Calgary, AB., 403-547-7037 for more info./ pictures. NEW NEVER USED 2009 Travelaire Custom Coach 38’, 2 slides, hardwood flooring, SS appliances, king size bed. Call 204-851-0745. Elkhorn, MB. 2002 CARDINAL 31.5’ 5th wheel, Arctic pkg., 2 slides, every option available, 132 pt. inspection, new condition. Phone 306-383-2920, Quill Lake, SK. 1982 SKYLARK 35’ 5th wheel camper. Premium condition. $6,500. Saskatoon, SK.

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REG., CERT. SUNDRE BARLEY seed, 99% germ. The highest yielding feed barley. 306-628-8127, Prelate, SK. CERTIFIED NEWDALE, AC Metcalfe and CDC Copeland, 99% germ. Call M&M Seeds, 306-258-2219, St. Denis, SK. CERT. AND REG. Newdale Barley, high germination. Phone Frederick Seeds, Watson, SK, 306-287-3977. CERTIFIED #1 LEGACY, Tradition. Fenton Seeds, Tisdale, SK. 306-873-5438. CDC COPELAND, CDC MEREDITH, registered/certified, high germ, low disease. Gregoire Seed Farms, 306-441-7851 or 306-445-5516, North Battleford, SK.

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WOOD-MIZER PORTABLE SAWMILLS, eight models, options and accessories. 1-877-866-0667. NEW NORWOOD SAWMILLS. LumberMate-Pro handles logs 34” diameter, mills boards 28” wide. Automated quick-cyclesawing increases efficiency up to 40%! For free information 1-800-566-6899 ext. 168.

10x36 TRUCK SCALE, wooden deck, steel frame w/digital readout and printer, certified. Located near Saskatoon, SK. Ph. 403-932-4230.

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CERTIFIED COPELAND and cert. Metcalfe b a r l e y. P r a t c h l e r S e e d F a r m , 306-682-3317, Muenster, SK. FDN, REG, and/or Cert. AC Metcalfe, CDC Copeland, Newdale, Legacy, Tradition. Berscheid Bros. Seeds, Lake Lenore, SK. 306-368-2602,

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WANTED: HONDA CRUISERS under 1000 cc. Older the better. Cash reward offered! Ian at 306-641-6862, Shaunavon, SK.

1962 BOMBADIER wide gauge, 318 motor, $7500 with spare tracks and spare parts. 204-376-2422, Riverton, MB. NEED A SLED TRAILER? 2 place tilt by Trailtech, treated plank wood decking, 3500 lb. axle, stake pockets, 10” wheels, only $2,250. Call us today at Flaman Trailers, Saskatoon, SK., 306-934-2121. PARTING OUT Polaris snowmobiles, 1985 to 2005. Edfield Motors Ltd., phone: P.E.I. FARMS- Well established potato 306-272-3832, Foam Lake, SK. operation, modern storage buildings, complete line of equipment, modern ranch SNOWGROOMER (MARCEL), 9’6” wide, home, approx. 400 acres, 225 clear plus MF tractor, exc. cond., asking $32,000. available land for lease. $1,515,000. Own- 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. er retiring; Retired Mixed Farm w/dairy WANTED: SNOWPLANE, prefer factory barn, potato storage warehouse, machin- model; Also wanted older Bombardier ery storage building, good renovated farm snow traveler w/V8 or 6 cyl. engine. home. Terrific hobby farm w/20+ acres Phone 218-222-3720, Middle River, MN. and stream at $265,000. Up to 84 acres for $399,500. Ph 902-628-5131, Charlotte- 4 PLACE SNOWMOBILE trailer. Phone town. 306-383-2920, Quill Lake, SK.

CERT. AC METCALFE, CDC Copeland, both high quality 2009 production. Early booking and volume discounts. Northland Seeds Inc., Oscar or Lee 306-324-4315, Margo, SK.

Naicam, SK ON THE GREENS COTTONWOOD, AZ. CERT. METCALFE BARLEY. Fraser Farms, Gated 55 plus manufactured home golf course community located in the heart of 306-741-0475, Pambrun, Verde Valley just 20 mins south of Sedona, SK. 1 hr from Phoenix, Prescott and Flagstaff. All homes come complete with garage, covered deck and landscaping. Land lease fees include $1 million clubhouse, large indoor lap pool, hot tub and complete gym. Also includes water, sewer, trash pickup and reduced golf fees. For information call Cereals, Peas, 1-800-871-8187 or 928-634-7003. OUR G

ELIAS SCALES MFG., several different ways to weigh bales and livestock; Platform scales for industrial use as well, nonSELLING: 2009 DYNASTY BY VANITY, electric, no balances or cables (no weigh IH diesel motor, Allison trans. 14,700 kms. like it). Shipping arranged. 306-445-2111, Would consider 25 yr. or older motorhome North Battleford, SK. as partial payment. Turtle Lake, SK. 306-845-3312. 1991 40’ HOLIDAY Rambler Coach, Cat diesel, air ride, washer/dryer, granite, corian, etc. Logs for 6 yrs. SK tax paid, no GST. Can email pics. Luxury coach in very good condition, $42,500. 778-426-4412, Sidney, BC. Email:

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MEADOW LAKE TIMESHARE in Columbia Falls, MT. 2000 sq ft townhouse, sleeps 10, 412,000 RCI points, selling 3 prime weeks: 2 in August for 155,500 points/week, 1 in February for 101,000 points/week. Deeded to your family for the rest of your life, will sell individually or collectively for a discounted price. Please contact John at 403-634-1459. Serious inquiries only.

CERT. #1 AC METCALFE, Newdale, CDC Copeland, Sundre, good quality, strong germ. Wilfing Seed Farm, Meadow Lake, SK. 306-236-6811.


FARMS, ACREAGES, RECREATION and Commercial Property in the beautiful and productive Swan River Valley. View website at: or call Darin McKay 204-734-8757, McKay Real Estate & Auction Co., Swan River, MB.

WANTED TO PURCHASE a grain farm or farmland in southeast or east central Sask. Phone 306-861-4592, SK.

MARATHON TRUCKBOSS DECKS. Special price! 2003 Ski-Doo Grand Touring 550 fan, $3500. Phone Alex Thunder Valley Auto Service, 306-796-4450 Central Butte, FARM CHEMICAL/ SEED COMPLAINTS SK. DL #910511. We also specialize in: Crop insurance appeals; Chemical drift; Residual herbicide; PARTS FOR VINTAGE snowmobiles, 1985 Custom operator issues; Equipment mal- and older. Call Don at 780-755-2258, function. Qualified Agrologist on staff. Call Wainwright, AB. Back-Track Investigations for assistance WANTED TO BUY: 24” aluminum snow regarding compensation, 1-866-882-4779. track or cleats for Bombadier Bombi. Call WANTED TO BUY: 24” aluminum snow Gary 701-839-6776, Minot, ND. track or cleats for Bombadier Bombi. Call 2005 YAMAHA VENOM 600 liquid cooled, Gary 701-839-6776, Minot, ND. new track, exc. cond., $4000; 1998 Ski BUSH HOG OFF-ROAD utility vehicle, 20 Doo MXZ, 670 liquid cooled, great shape, HP Honda, 4 WD, di-lock, McPherson $3000. 306-329-4706, Asquith, SK. struts, disc brakes, 60 original hrs., $5500 OBO. 306-246-4730, Speers, SK. KUBOTA 1100 RTV w/M3-UR 13” Mattracks and tires, camo hard shell cab w/options, purchased new Dec. 30/08 for $30,500, 76 original hours, like new, $20,900. 204-564-2315, Roblin, MB. SASKATOON LKVIEW cplt. lower level in beautiful bi-level home, garage, mature longer term, abstainers, no pets, shared utilities, avail. April 1st. 306-373-6941. SK 2004 KAYOT Z196, inboard 350 Chevy Vortec, Volvo Penta stern drive, 102” ONE NEW FURNISHED 1 bdrm suite, beam, very high quality boat, 650 engine $1500 utilities included. Horse boarding/ hrs., runs perfect, w/Shorelander trailer, indoor arena avail., 10 minutes from Regi$12,000. 306-734-2345, 306-734-7721, na SK. 306-536-3616. Craik, SK.


5600 ACRE RANCH, RORKETON, MB, 3200 deeded, 2400 Crown, runs 400 pairs year round, 1000 acres cultivated and seeded to hay, 2 sets of buildings, all land adjoins except 4 quarters 4 miles away, beautiful parkland setting close to lakes, w/excellent fishing and hunting. Hay and machinery also available. Additional 12 quarters of pasture avail. to rent, will look at partial trades in AB or BC, $990,000. Call 403-886-2100 leave message. RANCH FOR 250 cow/calf pairs, 6 quarters deeded, 22 quarters leased, dugouts, shelters, barn, steel corrals, good water, home. 204-742-3269, Garland, MB.

LOOKING FOR RANCH capable of handling 300 to 800 head. Should be self sufficient anywhere in western Canada or US. Have ranch, cattle, and some machinery. Would like to work with owners on financing or lease until property is sold. Would work with investors or manage ranch with opportunity to purchase. Box 5568, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C4


RM HARRIS #316. Six quarters high assessed grainland with beautiful home and yardsite. Approx. 830 acres cultivated. SE-4-33-12-W3 with home and yardsite, NE-4-33-12-W3, S1/2-9-33-12-W3, SW-10-33-12-W3, SE-18-33-12-W3. Call for details 306-656-2121, Harris, SK.

RANCH NEAR EDDYSTONE, MB. Can run 350-400 head of cattle. 1,359 deeded and 3,422 leased acres. 2,300 sq. ft. bungalow built 2004 with attached garage. Karen Goraluk, Salesperson, NorthStar Insurance & Real Estate. 204-773-6797, 1-800-668-5229. 12,000 ACRE RANCH, 1550 deeded, 5 miles lake frontage, cattle and machinery included, $1,150,000; 2000 acre ranch, 1200 deeded, 800 crown lease; 142 acres, very good buildings, facility for 300 head. Other ranches: 3300 acres; 3200 acres; 1200 acres; 1580 acres of open land. Call Harold 204-253-7373, Delta Real Estate,


RM #276 FOAM LAKE: Two quarters for sale w/well kept yard, house and outbuildings. Ph 306-849-4408 eves., Sheho, SK. RM 317 MARRIOT: One quarter for sale. 80 acres chem fallowed last 2 yrs., 80 acres seeded to hay last 4 yrs. Assessment at 46,900. 306-329-4479 at Grandora, SK


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CERTIFIED METCALFE, ROBUST. Terre Bonne Seeds 306-752-4810, 306-921-8594, Melfort, SK. REG., CERT. NO. 1 CDC Copeland, CDC Cowboy, AC Ranger, AC Metcalfe. Ardell Seeds, 306-668-4415, Vanscoy, SK. REG. AND CERT. BENTLEY barley, high yielding two row malt. Slind Seeds 306-323-4402, Archerwill, SK. REG. AND CERT. CDC Trey 99%. Palmier Seed Farms 306-472-3722, Lafleche, SK. CERTIFIED STELLAR and CELEBRATION malt barley seed. Wholesale and retail. We REG., CERT. AC Metcalfe and CDC Copecan deliver. Call Jeff at 306-227-7867, land barley, high germ., 2009 production, Slind Seeds 306-323-4402, Archerwill, SK. Saskatoon, SK, Email

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NH TV145, ‘06, 82LB LDR W/BUCK, GRP, 3 HYDS, N20995A ................................................................$88,000 K NH TV6070, PN2747A .............................................$115,000 P NH 846, ‘92, 15 SPD., SYNCRO, HC2702 ...................$35,000 H NH 9482, ‘98, 20.8X42D, 12 SPD, 4 HYD., HN2369E .$84,900 H NH 9682, ‘96, 20.8R42D, 4 HYD., HC2490 ................$85,000 H NH 9682, ‘97, 20.8X42, PERF. MON, HN2584A ..........$88,700 H NH 9880, ‘95, 24.5X32D, 4 HYDS, B21352B..............$82,000 K NH T9050, ‘08, PS, AUTO STEER, HN2745A .............$239,500 H NH T9050, ‘09, PS, AUTO PILOT/AUTOSTEER, N21474A ..............................................................$239,500 K NH 9060, ‘08, LUX CAB, DIFF LOCK, N21548A ...............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K STEIGER ST225, 18.4X38, 3 PT, 4 HYDS., C21569 .....$25,000 K STEIGER KM280, ‘85, 4 HYDS., RETURN LINE, 20.8X38D, 20 SPD. STD., N21140A ...............................................$36,000 K VERS. 276, ‘85, $12,000 REPAIRS DONE, HN2395A ................................................................$36,975 H VERS. 846, ‘92, 18.4X38, 15 SP SYNCRO TRANS., HC2702 ..................................................................$35,000 H VERS. 935, ‘80, 12 SPD., DUALS, 4 HYDS., HN2354F ................................................................$20,750 H VERS. 935, ‘80, PN2580B..........................................$23,500 P WHITE 4-225, ‘79, PS, 3 HYDS., PN2207C .................$18,800 P

USED SPRAYERS BG 1850, 2000 GAL, DISC MARKER, WIND SCREENS, KK20488A..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K MILLER A75, ‘09, 103’, 1200 GAL., KK21382A ........$250,000 K MILLER A75, ‘08, 120’, 1000 GAL, KK21491A..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K MILLER 4240, ‘08, REVEN GPS, CROP DIV, KK21571A.............................................................$228,000 K MILLER G40, ‘10, 103’, 1000 GAL, RAVEN GPS, FOAM MRKR, KK21557A..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K PATRIOT XL, 75’, 750 GAL. FOAM MRKR, GPS, PN2473D ................................................................$46,200 P SPRA-COUPE, 4655, ‘08, M21506A ..........CALL FOR DETAILS K SPRA-COUPE 7660, ‘08, 90’, 725 GAL., 21277A ......$165,000 K SPRA-COUPE 7660, ‘08, 90’, DEL SEAT, RAVEN, KK20493A.............................................................$185,000 K WILMAR 765, ‘95, 75’, 600 GAL., KK21334A .............$40,000 K WILMAR 765, ‘94, 100’, 700 GAL, KK20489A..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K WILMAR 765, ‘95, 80’, 600 GAL. KK21459B ..............$39,000 K

HAYING CASE RBX562,’03, PN2153A .....................................$22,000 P HESSTON 514,’94, HN2011B ...................................... $6,800 H HESSTON 865, C21427.............................................$16,500 K HESSTON 5580,’84 540 PTO, ELECTRIC TIE, CROP WHEELS, N20007B .................................................................. $4,800 K NH 660, ’94, 1000 PTO, PN2178B .............................$11,000 P NH 688, ‘00, PN2646B ..............................................$10,800 P NH 770,’03 5X5, 540 PTO, AUTO WRAP, HN2013A .....$13,900 H NH BR780,’04, BALE COMMAND, 1000 PTO, ENDLESS BELTS, HYD PICK UP, TWINE, PN2315A................................$21,500 P NH BR780, ‘03, 1000 POT, PN2180A .........................$15,500 P NH BR780, WIDE PU, AUTO WRAP, ENDLESS, N21400A ...............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH BR7090, ‘08, AUTOWRAP, LACED, HYD PU LIFT, N21497A ................................................................$23,000 K


2011 GMC ACADIA, SLE, 26,000 KM., $39,995 2011 BUICK ENCLAVE, CXL, 25,000 KM., $46,995 2010 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR, 24,000 KM., $53,995


2010 FORD EXPEDITION, XLT, 76,000 KM., $36,995


2010 CHEV SUBURBAN 1500, LT, 49,000 KM., $43,995 2008 FORD F350, 4x4, 6.4L Diesel Crew Cab, Lariat, $31,995

‘04 NISSAN TITAN LE 5.6L 4X4, Loaded, Leather, Sunroof, Navigation.

2008 DODGE MEGA CAB, 6.7 DIESEL RAM 3500, 129,800 KM $32,995 2007 CHEV SILVERADO 1500, LT, 4X4, 20” Wheels, Reg Cab, Short Box, 60,000 KM., $24,995 2007 GMC YUKON XL DENALI, $34,995 2007 CHEV EXT CAB. 6.6 DIESEL, 2500, 102,000 KM., $32,995 2007 GMC SIERRA 2500, 4x4, Diesel, Ext Cab, $29,995 2006 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR, 52,000 KM., $36,995 2006 NISSAN X-TRAIL SE, AWD, 121,000 KM, Sunroof, Heated Seats., $14,995 2006 FORD F350 XLT DIESEL, Crew Cab, FRESH TRADE 2006 FORD CREW, FX4, F150, $15,999

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“AMARILO EDITION” 2006 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT, 101,000 KM., $13,995 2005 SATURN VUE SUV, Leather, $13,900 2004 FORD EXT CAB, HERITAGE EDITION, F150, 160,250 KM., $11,500 2004 FORD F350, DUALLY, LARIAT, EXT. Cab, 85,000 KM., $24,995 2000 FORD F250, 7.3 Diesel, EXT Cab.,$12,999

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POSTS 2” - 3”x7’ Sharpened treated Posts (Ltd. Quantity) ...$2.09 2” - 3” x 6’ Sharpened treated Posts........................$1.99 3” - 4” x 6’ Sharpened treated Posts.......................$3.19 3” - 4” x 7’ Sharpened treated Posts........................$3.49 4” - 5” x 7’ Sharpened treated Posts........................$4.84


ROUGH LUMBER 1x8 - 8’ Rough Spruce (Limited Quantity).................$1.61 2x6 - 16’ Rough Spruce ...........................................$7.65 2x8 - 16’ Rough Spruce .........................................$10.45 2x10 - 16’ Rough Spruce .......................................$12.94


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2008 JD 9530 475 hp, 800/70R38 duals, 1457 hrs


265,000 2003 JD 1820/1910 AIR DRILL 52’, 270 bu. tow-between cart



4 WD TRACTORS 2008 JD 9530, 475 HP, 800/70R38 tires, 1457 hrs ........................ $265,000 2006 Case STX450, auto steer, 55 gpm pump, 1590 hrs .............. $199,000 2006 JD 9520, 800/70R38, dlx cab, 2278 hrs.......................................CALL 1989 JD 8560, 24 spd, 18.4x38 duals 5174 hrs .............................. $46,500 1987 Case 4894, duals, PTO, 7200 hrs ............................................ $27,500 1981 JD 8640, duals, PTO, 4 SCV 9418 hrs ..................................... $23,000

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2 WD - MFWD TRACTORS 2009 JD5101E MFWD, cab, loader, 33 hrs ....................................... $62,500 2010 JD 7230 MFWD, cab, loader, 433 hrs .................................... $102,500 2009 JD 6430 MFWD, cab, loader 1235 hrs .................................... $80,000 2003 CIH MXM130 MFWD, cab, 5500 hrs .............................................CALL 2002 JD 7810 MFWD, loader, 3700 hrs............................................ $92,500 1993 JD 7800 MFWD, JD 740 loader ............................................... $58,000 1993 Kubota M9580, coming soon, 3152 hrs.......................................CALL 1979 JD 4640, quad, duals .............................................................. $24,000 1978 JD 4440, quad, 725 loader, gf ................................................. $33,000 1975 JD 4630, quad, 20.8x38 duals ................................................ $17,000 1975 JD 4430, quad, 18.4x38, 158 loader ....................................... $18,700 1975 JD 4430, quad, 18.4x38 .......................................................... $16,000 JD 4010, 2 scv, new paint ............................................................... $11,000 1975 MF 165, gas, loader, 3 pt........................................................... $6,000

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COMBINES 2008 CIH 7010 COMBINE 623/424 hrs., (RE)



2006 CASE IH STX450 450 hp, power shift trans, 1452 hrs. (RE)


199,000 2009 JD 6430 MFWD, loader, 1235 hrs


80,000 2008 JD 1830/1910 AIR DRILL 61’, 10”spg, 430 bu. TBH Cart




2008 JD 9870, 42” duals, pwr cast, loaded, 522 hrs .................... $302,500 2008 JD 9870, 38” duals, 615 pickup, 500 hrs ............................. $316,000 2005 JD 9860, 800 singles, 1300 hrs ............................................ $202,000 2004 JD 9860, 42” duals, loaded, 1213 hrs .................................. $207,000 2004 JD 9860, 42” duals, loaded, 1333 hrs .................................. $206,000 10 - JD 9770STS, various options ........................................................CALL 5 - JD 9760STS, various options, 980-1771 hrs ..................................CALL 2002 JD 9750STS, 20.8X38 duals, 615P, 2283 hrs ...............................CALL 2000 JD 9750STS, 520x38 duals, 2919 hrs ................................... $115,000 2007 JD 9660STS, 20.8X38 duals, 873 hrs...........................................CALL 2000 JD 9650STS, 20.8X38 duals, 914P, 1880 hrs ........................ $121,500 2000 JD 9650STS, 30.5X32, 914P, 1991 hrs .........................................CALL 2001 JD 9650, walkers, 2883 hrs .................................................... $95,000 2000 JD 9650, Walkers, 2062 hrs .................................................... $98,000 2007 NH CR9060, loaded, pickup, 369 hrs .................................... $240,000 2008 CIH 7010, pickup, loaded, 424 hrs ........................................ $259,000 2005 CIH 2388, pickup, loaded, 1650 hrs ...................................... $152,000 2001 CIH 2388, pickup, loaded, 1924 hrs ...................................... $123,000 1997 JD CTS, 30.5x32, hopper cover, 1983 hrs............................... $74,500 1997 JD CTS, 30.5x32, chopper, 1578 hrs ....................................... $79,000 6 - JD 9600, 1990-1997 ........................................................................CALL 3 - JD 9500, 1993-1995 ........................................................................CALL

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MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Schulte 7’ 8400 3 pt Snowblower ..................................................... $3,500 IH 7’ #80 3 pt Snowblower ................................................................ $2,200 Farm King 7’ 840 Snowblower .......................................................... $2,800 Allied 7’ Rear Snowblower ................................................................ $1,400 2006 72’ Bourgault 7200 Heavy Harrow ......................................... $37,500 New Brent 1594 Grain Cart, tarp, 30.5x32 tires, CNT...................... $87,500 New Brent 1082 Grain Carts .................................................................CALL 1998 Wilson Muvall 53’ Mach. Trailer, TDM, DD, winch, hyd tail.... $37,500 Degelman Rock Digger for dozer blade ............................................ $1,500 Degelman RP6000 Rock Picker....................................................... $13,500 2007 Bergen 6000SC Swather Transport ........................................ $13,900 2005 Rem 2100 Grain Vacuum ........................................................ $17,000

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Bale King 2010, 40 bus grain tank .................................................. $14,500 Bale King 880 ..................................................................................... $9,500 Highline 7000HD ................................................................................ $9,500

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RICK MUIR 306-861-5347

JARET NELSON 306-868-7700

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GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT 2006 Brandt 13x90HP Auger ........................................................... $21,000 2003 Brandt 10x70 Auger .................................................................. $7,500 2006 Brandt 1545 Conveyor ............................................................ $17,000 2001 Brandt 15x75 Conveyor w/1515 transfer ............................... $10,800 2003 Farm King 13x70 Swing Auger ............................................... $12,500 Several 10x60 and 10x70 Augers (FarmKing, Brandt, Sakundiak, Westfield) ........................................................$1500 - $6000

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COMBINE PLATFORMS 2002 14’ Precision Rakeup Pickup Header..................................... $14,500 2001 16’ Precision Rakeup Pickup Header..................................... $16,500 1983 JD 224 Platform ........................................................................ $4,900 7 - JD 930 Rigid Platforms, bat & pickup reels ...................................CALL 1997 JD 930 Flex Header ................................................................. $18,500 2005 CIH 30’ 2042 Draper................................................................ $44,900 2004 HoneyBee 30’ SP 30, CIH adapter........................................... $36,000 2004 HoneyBee 42’ SP 42, JD adapter ............................................ $42,000 2005 HoneyBee 36’ SP36, CIH adapter............................................ $39,900 2009 JD 635 Draper ......................................................................... $67,000 2005 JD 930 Draper, bat reel ........................................................... $34,000 2001 JD 936 Draper, pickup reel ..................................................... $28,500 2008 JD 936 Draper, pickup reel ..................................................... $55,000 1993 Macdon 960, 30’, pur, JD adapter .......................................... $20,000 1996 Macdon 960, 36’, pur, JD adapter .......................................... $23,000 1998 Macdon 962, 36’, pur, JD adapter .......................................... $28,000 2007 Macdon 963, 36’, bat, JD adapter .......................................... $42,000

2001 JD 4710, poly tank, 2 sets tires, Norac, 2100 hrs ................ $139,000 2009 JD 4830, 100’, 2 set of tires, 636 hrs...........................................CALL 2008 JD 4730, S/S tank, Boom Trak, 900 hrs................................ $233,000 2003 Rogator 1254, 110’, 1200 gal S/S, 1705 hrs ......................... $149,000 2002 Brandt SB4000, 90’ suspended boom .................................... $32,000 1998 Flexicoil S67XL, 130’ ground sprayer .................................... $13,500 1998 Bourgault 1450, 110’ ground sprayer .................................... $12,500 2002 Spray Air 3400, 96’ suspended boom .................................... $28,000

1995 Hesston 565T Round Baler ....................................................... $8,500 (E) 2006 JD 567 Baler, mega wide, twine tie ........................................ $25,000 (RE) 1991 JD 375 Baler, 5x4 round bale ................................................... $7,500 (E) 1994 JD 335 Baler.............................................................................. $5,600 (RE) 2008 CIH RB564 Round Baler .......................................................... $28,000 (O) 2002 CIH RBX561 Round Baler (2 choices)..................................... $14,000 (E)(O) 2001 JD 1600A Mower Conditioner................................................. $15,000 (RA) 2000 CIH SC416 Mower Conditioner, dble sickle ............................ $14,000 (E)

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JEFF ENGLE 306-577-7815

WINDROWERS 25’ Prairie Star 4800 SP, dsl, PUR, cab ............................................ $23,500 25’ Case 5000 SP, dsl, PUR, Cab ...................................................... $17,000 1999 Macdon 2930 SP, 25’ ............................................................... $45,000 30’ MF 220 SP .................................................................................. $41,700 1993 MF 200 SP ............................................................................... $29,500 1998 Macdon 30’ 1900, pull type, pickup reel .................................. $9,500

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SEEDING EQUIPMENT 2 - 61’ JD 1830, 10” spg, 430 bu 1910 TBH cart ........................... $150,000 (A) 61’ JD 1820, 10” spg, 430 bu 1910 TBH ........................................ $125,000 (A) 61’ JD 1820, 10” spg, D/S, Stl Pckr, 340 bu 1910 ........................... $95,000 (A) 52’ JD 1820, 10” spg, rubber pkrs, 340 bu 1910 ............................ $83,000 (A) 52’ JD 1820, 10” spg, steel packers, 270 bu TBT cart.................... $78,000 (A) 57’ JD 1810, 10”, Air Pkg ................................................................ $35,000 (RE) 42’ (X2) JD 1895, no till drill, 430 bu 1910 cart ............................ $178,000 (RE)(E) 40’ (X2) JD 737, 10” spg,steel pkrs, 170 bu 787 cart ..................... $39,000 (A)(RA) 66’ SeedHawk 6612 seed cart, liquid fert cart ............................. $235,000 (RE) 42’ Bourgault 5710, two units ..............................................................CALL (RE) 42’ Bourgault 5710, 4300 cart, mid row shanks............................. $55,000 (E) 47’ Bourgault 5710, 5350 cart ....................................................... $106,000 (RE) 63’ Bourgault 5710, 9.8”, rubber packers. 5440 cart ................... $147,000 (A) 30’ Bourgault 8810, 10”spg, DS, steel pkrs, 3225 tank.................. $55,000 (RE) 57’ Flexicoil 5000, 12” spg, ss, stl pkrs, stealth, 2320 TBH tank ... $57,500 (RA) 51’ Flexicoil 5000, 12” spg,2320 TBH tank ..................................... $65,000 (O) 39’ Flexicoil 5000, 10” spg, 2320 TBH tank .................................... $39,500 (A) 33’ Flexicoil 5000, 12’ spg, 1720 tank............................................. $35,000 50’ Flexicoil 7500, 12” spg, 3450 TBT tank..................................... $65,000 (RA) 41’ Flexicoil 800 Airseeder, 12” spg, 1610 TBH tank ...................... $17,500 (RE) 40’ Case/Concord No Till Drill ......................................................... $19,500 (O) 56’ Concord 5612, 12” spg, dbl shoot, no tank....................................CALL (RA) 47’ Concord 4710, 9” spg, ss, AS 300 TBH tank ............................. $52,000 (A) 37’ Noble Seedovator, 7” spg,190 bu TBT tank .............................. $12,500 (RA) 2- 49’ Morris Maxxum, 12” spg, D/S, TBH cart.................$30,000-$50,000 (E)(RE)


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CERTIFIED #1 TRADITION barley, 2009 CERT. #1 GOODEVE VB CWRS, Alvena production, high germ. Slind Seeds CWRS, AC Vista CPSW, excellent quality, 306-323-4402, Archerwill, SK. 2009 and 2010 production. Wilfing Seed Farm, Meadow Lake, SK, 306-236-6811. CERTIFIED 2009 Newdale, 2009 Metcalfe, Stellar-ND, Celebration Legacy barley seed FDN AC UNITY VB, 2009 crop, 99% Boissevain Select Seeds 1-866-534-6846. germ, 0% fusarium, excellent quality. Nakonechny Seeds, 306-932-4409, Ruthilda, SK. CERTIFIED UNITY, Midge resistant, StetREG’D., CERT. AC STRONGFIELD; reg’d., tler, Sadash. Greenshields Seeds, Semans, cert. CDC VERONA. Book your seed SK, 306-524-2155 (w), 306-524-4339 (h). early to ensure a guaranteed supply for spring. Geiger Farms Ltd., Leader SK, AC UNITY VB, SHAW VB, Splendor CDC Osler, WR859, Fdn., Reg. and Cert. Tim 306-628-4335, 306-628-7896. available. 0 fusarium, excellent quality. CERTIFIED AC STRONGFIELD durum, Te r r e B o n n e S e e d s 3 0 6 - 7 5 2 - 4 8 1 0 , 2 0 0 8 c r o p . W i l l n e r A g r i L t d . , 306-921-8594, Melfort, SK. 306-567-4613, Davidson, SK. CERT. AC ANDREW ethanol wheat, good REG. AND CERT. AC Strongfield Durum. quality. Herle Seed Farm 306-843-2934, Fraser Farms 306-741-0475, Pambrun, SK. Wilkie, SK. REG. AND CERT. #1 Goodeve VB (midge CERT. STRONGFIELD DURUM, 2009 crop, tolerant); Harvest; CDC Teal; AC Vista. 95% germ. 306-484-2010, Govan, SK. Fenton Seeds, 306-873-5438, Tisdale, SK. REGISTERED, CERTIFIED STRONGFIELD UNITY VB, cert. or reg., germ 99%, no durum. Craswell Seeds Ltd., Strasbourg, fusarium. Get top yields and grades with SK, 306-725-3236. midge tolerant wheat. Call Glenn Annand REG. CERT. CDC Verona Durum. Trevor 306-354-7675, Mossbank, SK. Anderson, Frontier, SK. Ph. 306-296-2104 CERT. AND REG. Goodeve/ Intrepid VB. or 306-296-7434. Midge resistant. Call M&M Seeds, 306-258-2219, St. Denis, SK. CERT. UNITY VB; Goodeve VB; Infinity and CDC Osler wheat. Slind Seeds 306-323-4402, Archerwill, SK. UNITY VB. CERTIFIED #1, Doug Stoll, 306-493-2534, Delisle, SK. REG., CERT. NO. 1 Unity VB, Goodeve VB, Wascada. Ardell Seeds, 306-668-4415, Vanscoy, SK. CERT. AC UNITY VB, HRSW. Fraser Farms, 306-741-0475, Pambrun, SK. CERT. AND REG. Sadash Wheat. Frederick Seeds, 306-287-3977, Watson, SK. CERT. UNITY, midge resistant; Cert. Elsa; Cert Lillian soft fly resistant. Pratchler Seed Farm, 306-682-3317, Muenster, SK. REG., CERT. spring wheat: Lillian, sawfly resistant 99%; Waskada 99%; Unity-Waskada VB, midge resistant, 99%. Palmier Seed Farms 306-472-3722, Lafleche, SK. LILLIAN HRSW, certified or registered, germ. 96%, sawfly resistant. Phone Glenn Annand 306-354-7675, Mossbank, SK. FDN., REG. and/or Cert. AC Unity VB, Infinity, AC Andrew, Sadash, and Snowbird. Berscheid Bros. Seeds, Lake Lenore, SK. 306-368-2602, CERTIFIED STRONGFIELD DURUM, 2009 crop. AC Unity VB, top yielding CWRS variety. Midge resistant! Seed treating available. VISA and MASTERCARD accepte d . A l l i n fo r m at i o n ava i l a b l e at or call Jim 306-731-2843, Lutzer Latrace Seed Farms, Lumsden, SK. REG. AND CERT. Strongfield 99%, Kyle 99%. Palmier Seed Farms 306-472-3722, Lafleche, SK. CERT. STRONGFIELD, priced right. Call Curt 306-776-2500, Dobson Farms Ltd. Rouleau, SK.

CERTIFIED ALVENA WHEAT, exc. yield and good protein. 306-744-7722, Bredenbury, SK. CERTIFIED STRONGFIELD DURUM, 2009 crop. AC Unity VB, top yielding CWRS variety. Midge resistant! Seed treating available. VISA and MASTERCARD accepte d . A l l i n fo r m at i o n ava i l a b l e at or call Jim 306-731-2843, Lutzer Latrace Seed Farms, Lumsden, SK. CERTIFIED AC UNITY VB, Lillian, Elsa, Columbus. Willner Agri Ltd., 306-567-4613, Davidson, SK. CERT. AND REG. Harvest Wheat. Phone Frederick Seeds, 306-287-3977, Watson, SK.

REG. AND CERT. CDC VERONA durum germ. 99%, vigor 94%. no Fusarium graminearum detected. 306-628-8127, Prelate, SK. ADRAIN LTD: Reg., Cert. AC Kane wheat, germ. over 90%, low fusarium. MacDonald, MB. Call Glen Adrain 204-274-2251 or cell 204-856-9111. CERTIFIED JORDAN OATS. Call Jeff 306-227-7867, Saskatoon, SK. Email CERT. UNITY VB, midget tolerant, high quality 2009 production. Early booking and volume discounts. Northland Seeds Inc., CERT. AND REG. Triactor and CDC Dancer Oscar or Lee 306-324-4315, Margo, SK. oats, high yielding, good germ. Slind CERT. STETTLER HRSW, higher grain Seeds 306-323-4402, Archerwill, SK. yield and protein than Superb; Cert. AC CERT. EAGLE OATS treated or plain; Cert. Lillian, sawfly resistant, also available. Rugby RR, treated. Pratchler Seed Farm, C a l l C h i n R i d g e S e e d s , Ta b e r, A B , 306-682-3317, Muenster, SK. 1-800-563-7333, or CERTIFIED #1 CDC Orrin, Leggett. Fenton CERTIFIED UNITY, MIDGE TOLERANT, Waskada, Lillian, Superb. Blaine Lake, SK, Seeds, Tisdale, SK, 306-873-5438. phone 306-497-2800. FOUNDATION WALDREN oats, 96% germ. K a s t e l i c S e e d s , 7 8 0 - 7 8 5 - 2 2 5 9 , CERTIFIED LILLIAN WHEAT. Craswell Seeds Ltd., Strasbourg, SK, 306-725-3236. 780-269-0055, Sangudo, AB. CERT. CDC ORRIN, CDC Weaver. Berscheid WESTERN GRAIN has available in certified Bros. Seeds, Lake Lenore, SK. Phone seed: Wheat- Unity, Waskada, Sadash. Barley- AC Metcalfe, CDC Copeland. Flax306-368-2602, CDC Sorrel. Book early! Ph. 306-445-4022 CERT. ORRIN OATS, excellent quality. or email North Phone Frederick Seeds, 306-287-3977, Battleford, SK. Watson, SK. CERTIFIED AC ALVENA, 90% germ, 0% CERT. LEGGETT OATS, high germination. fusarium. Knights Seeds, 403-784-3633 or Phone Frederick Seeds, 306-287-3977, 403-598-2068, Tees, AB. Watson, SK. AC UNITY VB CERT. #1, midge tolerant CERTIFIED #1 SO-1 Super oats. Wilfing wheat, 2009 crop, 95% germ., 0% fusariSeed Farm, 306-236-6811, Meadow Lale, um, limited supply. Nakonechny Seeds, SK. 306-932-4409, Ruthilda, SK. AC MORGAN, JORDAN, fdn. Reg., cert. STRONGFIELD DURUM, cert. or reg., avail., 99% germ. Terre Bonne Seeds germ. 93%, no fusarium, 2009 crop. Glenn Annand 306-354-7675, Mossbank, SK. 306-752-4810, 306-921-8594, Melfort, SK. JORDAN OAT CERTIFIED #1, 97% CERTIFIED 2009 Goodeve, variable blend germ., 888 bu. Doug Stoll, 306-493-2534, wheat seed. Boissevain Select Seeds. Phone 1-866-534-6846, Boissevain, MB. Delisle, SK. REG. CERT. #1 AC Morgan; AC Mustang; CERT. AC UNITY VB; Fdn., Reg. Cert. AC Souris. Also common silage forage varie- FieldStar VB wheat, high germ. Fast Seed ties; Reg. Cert. #1 Tyndall Triticale; Sun- Farm, 306-463-3626, Kindersley, SK. dre Barley. Nick Jonk, 780-349-5458, Westlock, AB.

ULTIMA, BUNKER, TYNDAL, Fridge winter Triticale. Trawin Seeds, 306-752-4060, TOP QUALITY CERT. alfalfa and grass seed. Call Gary or Janice Waterhouse Melfort, SK. 306-874-5684, Naicam, SK. CERT. TYNDAL TRITICALE. Fraser Farms 306-741-0475, Pambrun, CERT. ALGONQUIN, RANGELANDER, Beaver; Cicer Milk-Vetch; Norgold Clover. SK. Trawin Seeds, 306-752-4060, Melfort, SK. SAINFOIN SEED. Bloat free, $1.25/lb. bulk. CERT. UNITY VB, midge tolerant, high 306-224-2090, Kipling, SK. yield. We can deliver. Jeff 306-227-7867, Saskatoon, SK. Email CERT. GOODEVE VB, midge tolerant, high yield, retail and wholesale prices. We FDN. CERT. FLEET, Kirk, AC Goliath. Full can deliver. Phone Jeff 306-227-7867, stocks of most grasses. Trawin Seeds, 306-752-4060, Melfort, SK. Saskatoon, SK. Email

CERTIFIED #1 CARLTON brome. Fenton REGISTERED GREENLAND, 2009 crop, zero disease. Bailey Brothers Seeds, Seeds, Tisdale, SK, 306-873-5438. 306-935-4702, Milden, SK. CDC REDCLIFF SELECT, 74% germ., 660 lbs. 306-493-2534, Delisle, SK. CERTIFIED, REG., FOUNDATION #1 CDC Impala Clearfield Lentils. Excellent quality. HYBRID AND OPEN-POLLINATED canola Fenton Seeds, Tisdale, SK, 306-873-5438. varieties at great prices. Fenton Seeds, CERT. CDC MAXIM Clearfield; Cert. CDC 306-873-5438, Tisdale, SK. Redcoat red lentils. High germination. Fast Seed Farm, 306-463-3626, Kindersley, SK.


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CERTIFIED FOREMOST conventional, Wizzard conventional, Rugby Round-up ready, Canterra canola varieties. Greenshields Seeds, Semans, SK, 306-524-2155 (w), CERTIFIED CDC IMPALA, CDC Rouleau, 306-524-4339 (h). CDC Greenland. Willner Agri Ltd., 306-567-4613, Davidson, SK. CERT. ROULEAU, IMPROVE, and Plato, C E R T I F I E D C D C B E T H U N E f l a x . exc. quality, harvested before rain, no dis306-484-2010, Govan, SK. ease. 306-395-2652, Chaplin, SK. CERTIFIED PRAIRIE GRANDE flax. Green- COMMON RED LENTIL, good germ., shields Seeds, Semans, SK, 306-524-2155 cleaned. 306-441-4529, North Battleford, (w), 306-524-4339 (h). SK. CERTIFIED #1 CDC Sorrel; CDC Bethune. CLEARFIELD MAXIM RED LENTIL. CertiFenton Seeds, Tisdale, SK, 306-873-5438. fied, 98% germination, disease free, REGISTERED, CERT. CDC Sorrel brown .38/lb. 306-222-0041, Plato, SK. flax. VISA and MASTERCARD accepted. All CERT. CDC MAXIM CL, new CDC Imax information available at or C L r e d l e n t i l s . H e r l e S e e d F a r m call Jim 306-731-2843, Lutzer Latrace 306-843-2934, Wilkie, SK. Seed Farms, Lumsden, SK. CERT. CDC MAXIM, Imax. Ardell Seeds, CERT. CDC SORREL, high quality 2009 phone 306-668-4415, Vanscoy, SK. production. Early booking and volume discounts. Northland Seeds Inc., Oscar or Lee REG., CERT. CDC MAXIM, CL Red lentil. Good germ. and disease. KD Seeds, Hep306-324-4315, Margo, SK. burn, SK. Contact Kevin cell 306-290-1083 CERT. CDC BETHUNE flax. Fraser Farms, or 604-607-4953. 306-741-0475, Pambrun, CDC MAXIM red lentils, Registered, CertiSK. fied. Gregoire Seed Farms, North BattleCERTIFIED #1 SORREL or Prairie Thunder. ford, SK. 306-441-7851 or 306-445-5516. Shewchuk Seeds 306-497-2800, Blaine Lake, SK. or Herle Seed Farms, Wilkie, SK. 306-843-2934. Visa and M/C, 80’ scale. CERTIFIED AC Prairie Blue, 95% germ, BUYING RED LENTILS, Maxim, Redberry, n e g . G M O . W i l l n e r A g r i L t d . , Blaze, Impact, all grades, farm pickup. Na306-567-4613, Davidson, SK. ber Specialty Grains Ltd., 1-877-752-4115, REG, CERT. VIMY 99%; CDC Sorrel 97%; email: Melfort, SK. CDC Bethune 95%. GMO test negative. CERT. CDC MAXIM Clearfield red lentils, Palmier Seed Farms 306-472-3722, La- c e r t . C D C G r e e n l a n d . F r a s e r F a r m s fleche, SK. 306-741-0475, Pambrun, SK. CDC BETHUNE Fdn., Reg. and Cert. 2008 a n d 2 0 1 0 c r o p . Te r r e B o n n e S e e d s REG., CERT. CDC Maxim CL lentils; Fdn., 306-752-4810, 306-921-8594, Melfort, SK. Cert. CDC Redberry lentils. Craswell Seeds Ltd., Strasbourg, SK, 306-725-3236. LARGE GREEN LENTILS: reg., cert. CDC Greenland 99%, Clearfield Improve 98%. Small red lentils: reg., cert. Clearfield CDC Impala 99%, CDC Maxim 96%. Palmier Seed Farms 306-472-3722, Lafleche, SK. CDC MAXIM CL RED LENTILS, Fdn, Reg., Certified, very good standability, CERT. CDC MAXIM RED lentils, high high yield, retail and wholesale. We can g e r m , 3 5 ¢ / l b . j a g f a r m s . c o m C a l l deliver. Call Jeff 306-227-7867, Saska- 306-628-8127, Prelate, SK. toon, SK. Email REG., CERT. CDC MAXIM, Impala, ImCERTIFIED CDC KR-1 RED LENTIL. press, Sundry barley, Morgan oats. Phone Largest red lentil. Its called King Red. Pro- 306-693-2626, Caronport, SK. duction contracts available. We can deliver. Call Jeff 306-227-7867, Saskatoon, SK. Email PATRICK GREEN PEA, Fdn., Reg., CERT. CDC QG-1 This is called the CDC very good standability and green Queen Green lentil. Production contracts Certified, new variety. Can deliver. Call available. Can deliver. Jeff 306-227-7867, retention, Jeff 306-227-7867, Saskatoon, SK. Email Saskatoon, SK. Email CERTIFIED CDC IMPROVE lentil, 91% germ., 86% vigor; CDC Maxim lentil, 96% CDC MEADOW YELLOW PEA, Fdn., Reg, g e r m . , 8 5 % v i g o r. S u n s e t F a r m s , Cert., vg standability, high yield, retail and 3 0 6 - 6 2 6 - 3 3 8 8 , 3 0 6 - 7 4 1 - 1 5 2 3 , wholesale. Can deliver. Jeff 306-227-7867, Saskatoon, SK. Email 306-750-1114, Pennant, SK. #1 CDC Meadow, DS Admiral, PolCERTIFIED RED AND GREEN - CDC Max- CERT. excellent quality, 2009 production. im, 95%; CDC Greenland 99%; CDC Im- stead, Wilfing Seed Farm, Meadow Lake, SK. prove 96%. Hansen Seeds, Yellow Grass, 306-236-6811. SK. 306-465-2525. SEED SPECIAL: Cert. CDC Imax and Maxim Red Lentils and CDC Improve, Imvincible and Greenland Lentils. Phone 306-694-2981, Moose Jaw, SK. CERTIFIED CDC MAXIM CL Clearfield red, CDC Improve CL Clearfield large green, CDC Greenland conventional large green Seed treating avail. VISA and MASTERCARD accepted. All information avail. at or call Jim 306-731-2843, Lutzer Latrace Seed Farms, Lumsden, SK.

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FDN., REG., and/or Cert. CDC Meadow, CDC Treasure, CDC Striker. Berscheid Bros. Seeds, Lake Lenore, SK. 306-368-2602 or CERTIFIED #1 CDC Meadow; CDC Prosper; CDC Bronco; CDC Acer (Maple); Camry (Green) CDC April. Fenton Seeds, Tisdale, SK, 306-873-5438. REGISTERED, CERT. CDC Patrick green, seed treating avail. VISA and MASTERCARD accepted. All information avail. at or call Jim 306-731-2843, Lutzer Latrace Seed Farms, Lumsden, SK.

CERT. CDC LEROY (forage), CDC Sage, SW Sargent (green), CDC Rocket (maple). Herle Seed Farm 306-843-2934, Wilkie, SK CDC MEADOW and CUTLASS yellow, reg and cert.; Common green peas. All 2008 and 2009 crop, exc. Terre Bonne Seeds 306-752-4810, 306-921-8594, Melfort, SK. CERTIFIED CDC GOLDEN. Hansen Seeds, Yellow Grass, SK. 306-465-2525. CDC PATRICK green pea, cert., reg., fdn. Color retention, standability, yield. This variety has it all. 98% germ. Phone Glenn Annand 306-354-7675, Mossbank, SK. CERTIFIED CDC PATRICK; CDC Leroy; high germ. Annand Agro, Phone 306-354-7675, Mossbank, SK. CDC Patrick, CDC Striker, green peas, registered, certified, high germ/very low disease, high vigor, very important for cold ground seeding, vg. color retention. Gregoire Seed Farms, 306-441-7851 or 306-445-5516, North Battleford, SK. CERT. AND REGISTERED CDC Meadow, CDC Bronco and CDC Patrick. Call M&M Seeds, 306-258-2219, St. Denis, SK. WESTERN GRAIN certified seed available: CDC Meadow, CDC Prosper, CDC Striker, CDC Patrick. Other varieties by request. 306-445-4022, 306-441-6699, North Battleford, SK. REG. AND CERT. #1 CDC Meadow peas, 97% germ. 306-742-4682, Calder, SK.

CERT. CDC TOGO, itchless, very good quality. Herle Seed Farm 306-843-2934, Wilkie, SK. CERTIFIED CANTATE. Highest yielding canary seed. Hansen Seeds, Yellow Grass, SK. 306-465-2525. CERTIFIED KEET CANARY seed. Craswell Seeds Ltd., Strasbourg, SK, 306-725-3236. BUYING CANARY SEED, farm pickup. Call 1-877-752-4115, Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. FDN. REG. and CERT. CDC Togo, high quality 2009 production. Early booking and volume discounts. Northland Seeds Inc., Oscar or Lee 306-324-4315, Margo, SK. PURCHASING CANARY SEED. Also buying Sunflowers. SCH Grain Ltd., Rosetown, MB, 204-327-6488, 204-312-0725.

CDC MEADOW, Cert. #1, 2009 crop, 96% germ; CDC GOLDEN, Cert. #1, 2009 crop, 95% germ., exc. quality; CDC Striker 2010 crop. 204-534-8370, Boissevain, MB. SEED SPECIAL: Cert. CDC Meadow peas. Phone 306-694-2981, Moose Jaw, SK.

We are looking for all grades, including sample, of all varieties of Lentils, Green and Yellow Peas, Yellow, Brown and Oriental Mustard, Coriander, Caraway and Canary. Contact: Grant Greenshields Box 156, Semans, SK S0A 3S0 Phone: 306-524-2155 Fax: 306-524-2155 Samples Welcome In The Mail For Grading


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CORN SEED, $25/ACRE, open pollinated varieties, lower N required, early 22502350 CHU’s, 7- 9’ tall, high yield and nutrition, for silage, grazing and grain. Pratt, MB, 204-723-2831.

12,000 BUSHELS of common seed oats, popular pony oat, 2nd generation, grown on hayland breaking, very clean, no wild oats, 98% germ., $5/bu. cleaned at the bin, no volume discounts. This is good s e e d ! Carstairs, AB, 403-337-2366, 403-850-3333, OATS 2008 CROP, newer variety, 20,000 bushels, 97% germ., good for food, feed, or seed. Phone 306-592-4426 or 403-547-4431, Buchanan, SK. SEED OATS FOR SALE, 94% germ., newer variety. 306-883-2485, Spiritwood, SK. HARD RED SPRING WHEAT, 96% germ., 95% vigour, 0% fusarium, cleaned, sawfly resistant. Ph. 780 439-0940, Cadogan, AB. HRSW, SAWFLY RESISTANT, 95% germ. May take durum or yellow peas in trade. 306-475-2666, Cardross, SK. COMMON SEED OATS, 97% germ., 44 lbs. per bushel. Large volume. Bill Ayrey, Macklin, SK. 306-753-2500. MILLET SEED AT $8/bu.; Rye $10/bu., 306-335-2280, Lemberg, SK

HARD RED SPRING WHEAT, 99% germ., 9 3 % v i g o r, 0 . 0 0 % F u s a r i u m . 306-296-2104, Frontier, SK. C O M M O N S E E D O AT S , 9 8 % g e r m . $5.50/bu. 306-237-9540, Arelee, SK. OATS 2008 crop year, 92% germination, CUSTOM CLEANING AND bagging all types $5.50/bushel. Call Doug 780-608-5413, of mustard for seed or processing. Color Daysland, AB. sorting available. Also looking for low g r a d e m u s t a r d . C a l l A c ke r m a n A g TRITICALE FOR SALE. Fall and Spring available. Cleaned or bin run. Brooks, AB. 306-638-2282, Chamberlain, SK. 403-793-7860, CERT. ANDANTE YELLOW Mustard and COMMON SEED: HRSW and oats for sale, Certified Centennial Brown Mustard. cleaned. Good germination. 250-843-7359 Greenshields Seeds, 306-524-2155 (w), or 250-782-0220, Dawson Creek, BC. 306-524-4339 (h), Semans, SK. SEED OATS GROWN in 2009, vg quality, BESCO GRAIN LTD. Buyer of all varieties 99% germ. and 98% vigor. 306-327-4550, of mustard. Call for competitive pricing. 306-338-3586, Kelvington, SK. 204-736-3570, Brunkild, MB. ETHANOL WHEAT for sale, 93% germ. Phone 306-759-2733, Eyebrow, SK.

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CERT. CDC SAGE, CDC Meadow, CDC Golden. All high quality 2009 production. Early booking and volume discounts. Northland Seeds Inc ., Oscar or Lee 306-324-4315, Margo, SK. CERTIFIED GOLDEN PEAS. Antelope Creek CA LL YOUR CLOS ES T OUTLET Ent. 306-395-2652, Chaplin, SK. CERT. AND REG. CDC Meadow, CDC Pat- THE MUSTARD BIN: Booking and conrick and CDC Sage peas, 2009 production. tracting all mustards. 780-603-2092, Vegreville, AB. Slind Seeds 306-323-4402, Archerwill, SK. CDC LEROY yellow pea, cert., reg., fdn. Small size for the forage or conventional market. Glenn Annand 306-354-7675, Mossbank, SK. CERTIFIED MEADOW, Tucker forage peas, Treasure, Prosper and Patrick. Greenshields Seeds, Semans, SK, phone 306-524-2155 (w), 306-524-4339 (h). REG., CERT. NO. 1 CDC Meadow, Golden, Patrick (green). Ardell Seeds, Vanscoy, SK, phone 306-668-4415.


COMMON #1 GRASSES, legumes, blends. Trawin Seeds, 306-752-4060, Melfort, SK. TOP QUALITY ALFALFA, variety of grasses and custom blends, farmer to farmer. Gary Waterhouse 306-874-5684, Naicam, SK. ORGANIC & CONVENTIONAL sweet clover, red clover, alfalfa, meadow brome, smooth brome, crested wheat, timothy and others, free delivery & blending. Birch Rose Acres Ltd., 306-863-2900, Star City, SK. ALFALFAS/ CLOVERS/ GRASSES, hay blends and pasture blends. Custom blends no charge. Free delivery. Dyck Forages & Grasses Ltd., Elie, MB, 1-888-204-1000. Visit us at SWEET YELLOW CLOVER $1.50/lb.; Red Clover $2.00/lb.; Millett $8/bu. 306-335-2280, Lemberg, SK. FOR ALL YOUR forage seed needs. Full line of alfalfa/grasses/blending. Greg Bjornson 306-554-3302 or 306-554-7987, Viking Forage Seeds, Wynyard, SK. Y E L L O W B L O S S O M S W E E T C L OVE R , cleaned and bagged. 306-652-7095, 306-961-7122, Borden, SK. SWEET CLOVER, Red Clover, alfalfa, grasses, pasture/hay blends. Free delivery. Birch Rose Acres Ltd., 306-863-2900, Star City, SK. CERTIFIED AND COMMON #1 grasses, alfalfa, clover, etc. with exc. purity and quality. Reasonable prices and delivery options. 306-752-3983 anytime Melfort, SK.

HEMP OIL CANADA INC. We’re currently buying conventional hemp grain. New crop 2011 production contracts available for both certified organic and conventional hemp grain. High yielding varieties, guaranteed pedigreed supply. Agronomic support. Kevin 604-607-4953 or 1-800-BUYHEMP. Email: CANADIAN EXOTIC GRAINS LTD. is now contracting current and new crop and selling seed for: Kabuli Chickpea, Desi Chickpea, and Caraway. Contact Jocelyn, ph. 306-962-4751, fax 306-962-3251, email CONVENTIONAL ARGENTINE CANOLA, Box 444, 99% germ., 95% vigor. Battleford, SK. Eston, SK S0L 1A0. Phone 1-877-312-2839.



COMMON YELLOW MUSTARD seed, newer variety, $1.00/lb. Mortlach, SK. Phone 306-681-8044. COMMON YELLOW FLAX, 2009 crop, germ. 94%, good Triffid test. 306-946-7805, Young, SK. CLEANED FLAX, ONE year off certified, 93% germ., Triffid free, Gravelbourg, SK. 306-648-2800, 306-648-8337. COMMON FLAX SEED, one year from certified, 93% germ. Call Larry 306-867-8446 Outlook, SK.

SEEDLINER MOBILE SEED CLEANING WANTED: FEED GRAIN, all types of barInc. 250 bu./hr. capacity, gravity table ley, wheat, oats, peas, etc. Prompt payequipped, clean cereals, pulses and flax. ment. Gary 306-823-4493, Neilburg, SK. Call 306-529-9536, Francis, SK. WANTED: BUYING ALL grades of oats. LESS FUSARIUM more bottom line, Send sample to Newco Grain Ltd., Box wheat seed available. Suitable for ethanol 7 1 7 , C o a l d a l e , A B . , T 1 M 1 M 6 . C a l l production and livestock feed. Western 1-800-661-2312. Feed Grain Development Co-op Ltd., 1-877-250-1552, Funding GRAIN MARKETING HEADQUARTERS Wanted: All grains in any condition. On provided by Co-Operative Promotion Board farm pricing. Quick payment assured. Double Z Ag Sales, Weyburn, SK. 306-842-2406.

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CLEARFIELD RED LENTILS new variety, high germ. We can deliver. Call Jeff, 306-227-7867, Saskatoon, SK. Email CLEANED CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL SEED, 92% germ. Phone 306-631-8308 or 306-631-0762, Moose Jaw, SK. COMMON YELLOW PEAS from 2009 crop, 99% germ., 98% vigor, 4000 bu cleaned, limited quantity of uncleaned available. 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK. RED LENTIL SEED, 90% germ., low disease, will sell bin run or cleaned. Clearfield red lentil seed, 86% germ. 306-243-4407, Macrorie, SK. CLEARFIELD RED LENTILS, 3 varieties, e x c e l l e n t q u a l i t y. B y r o n B l a c k we l l , 306-846-2142 306-831-8002 Dinsmore SK SMALL GREEN LENTIL seed, 99% germ, 98% vigor. Call 306-677-7526, Hodgeville, SK. RED LENTIL CLEARFIELD type, 99% germ., 99% vigor, 0 disease, uncleaned, .35¢/lb. 306-690-7840, 306-681-8197, Moose Jaw, SK.

FARMERS, RANCHERS SEED PROCESSORS BUYING ALL FEED GRAINS Heated/spring Thrashed Light Weight/green/tough, Mixed Grain - Barley, Oats, Rye, Flax, Wheat, Durum, Lentils, Peas, Corn, Canola, Chickpeas, Triticale Sunflowers, Screenings Organics And By-products ✔ ON FARM PICK UP ✔ PROMPT PAYMENT ✔ LICENSED AND BONDED SASKATOON, LETHBRIDGE, VANCOUVER


HOPPER FEEDER 100+ bu. on trailer, hyd. drive, folding auger; Also 2 used 45 bu. 3 PTH or trailer mount models. Elias Scales 306-445-2111 North Battleford, SK. COMMON LARGE GREEN lentils, good BUYING SOLUTIONS for canola problems! germ. 306-778-2134, Wymark, SK. Milligan Bio-Tech, a licensed and bondCLEARFIELD RED LENTILS 98% germ., ed buyer, looking for non-food grade caexcellent quality. Phone 306-488-2103, nola. Call Rob at 1-866-388-6284 or visit Holdfast, SK. CLEARFIELD LENTILS, 92% germ., 0% as- WANTED FEED/ OFF-GRADE LENTILS cochyta, 0 anthracnose. Ph. 306-759-2733, or pulses and other heated, tough grains Eyebrow, SK. or screenings. Prairie Wide Grain, 306FRENCH GREEN LENTILS for sale, high 230-8101, 306-651-7298, Saskatoon, SK. germination and vigor. Phone Roger 306-794-2290, Grayson, SK. COMMON RED LENTILS, clearfield type, h i g h g e r m i n a t i o n a n d v i g o r. 306-243-2047 or 306-867-7442 cell, Macrorie, SK.

COMMON RED LENTIL seed for sale. Excellent germination, 0 disease, 100% Clearfield. If interested call: 306-631-1688, Moose Jaw, SK. LARGE GREEN LENTIL seed grown from certified seed, germ 98%, vigor 99%, 0 disease. Phone 306-264-7742, Kincaid, SK. CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL seed, 99% germ., Clearfield test done. 306-868-4618, Truax, SK. MEDIUM GREEN LENTIL, 89% germ. May take durum or yellow peas in trade. 306-475-2666, Cardross, SK. RED LENTIL, 98% germ., 88% vigor. Call Don Dal Farms, Cabri, SK., 306-587-2893. Email CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL seed, 98% germ. Call 306-333-2288, Abernethy, SK.


2000 ROUND HAY BALES, 2-4¢/pound dep e n d i n g o n c o n d i t i o n , c a n d e l i ve r. 780-645-9458, St. Paul, AB. 2000 ROUND HARDCORE alfalfa bales for sale. $30/tonne. Daine Studer, Oyen AB, phone 403-664-9465. WANTED: FEED BARLEY, 48 lbs. plus. 400 1400 LB. bales, alfalfa brome clover Phone Larry Hagerty 306-345-2523, Stony mix. Delivery available or will load. Beach, SK. 306-744-2256, Saltcoats, SK. LACKAWANNA PRODUCTS CORP. Buy- HAY FOR SALE, 2000 large 4x4 sq. alfalfa ers and sellers of all types of feed grain bales, $40/ton, trucking can be arranged. and grain by-products. 403-225-4679, Cal- 306-457-2935 evenings, Stoughton, SK. gary, AB. 306-862-2723, Nipawin, SK. 1000 LARGE ROUND BALES, first and LAUREX SEEDS LTD. is now buying Rye. second cut alfalfa, alfalfa Timothy brome, Box 55, Laurier, MB. R0J 1A0. Phone no rain, feed test available. Meadow Lake, 204-447-2916 or 204-764-2450. Fax: SK. 306-236-7747, 306-236-4231. 204-447-2937. Email: 126 CRESTED WHEAT/alfalfa round bales and 200 alfalfa, 1200 lbs. avg., $30/ea; 84 reed canary bales, $20/ea. Baled w/NH baler. 306-268-4536, Viceroy, SK. All Grades 400 ALFALFA AND BROME big round bales, excellent feed. Randy 306-883-2669, Competitive Rates 306-883-8028, Spiritwood, SK. Prompt Payment

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FEED GRAINS WANTED: wheat and barley; also oats, peas and flax. Premium prices, FOB farm. Prompt payment. Stan Yaskiw, Birtle, MB, 1-866-290-7113.

CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL seed, 100% germ, 94% vigor, 0% disease, cleaned and ready to go. 306-648-7273 or 306-648-2221, Gravelbourg, SK. LARGE GREEN CLEARFIELD lentils, high germ., low disease, 40¢/lb. Call 306-628-8127, Prelate, SK.



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Goldenhill Cattle Company Ltd. Viscount, SK

SHEDDED HAY: First and second cut 3x4 squares, alfalfa and grass/alfalfa mix. Brooks, AB area. Call 403-793-1705. JD HARD CORE alfalfa or alfalfa/ brome timothy mix, approx. 1500 round bales, $40/bale OBO. 306-542-8382, Pelly, SK


Also AGENTS for Chickpeas, Lentils, Field Peas COMPETITIVE! PROMPT PAYMENT! Swift Current, SK Toll Free: 1-877-360-0727 E-Mail:

CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL seed, 97% g e r m , 8 8 % v i g o r. 3 0 6 - 6 2 2 - 4 5 2 6 , 306-671-7572, Tompkins, SK. CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL seed, 97% germ., 98% vigor, 0% disease. Call 306-662-3456, Maple Creek, SK.

COMMON CLEARFIELD RED LENTILS, 96% germ., 91% vigour. 306-587-2647, Cabri, SK. RED LENTIL, 98% GERM, 93% vigor, 0.5% ascochyta, 0.25% botrytis, cleaned. 306-626-3651, Cabri, SK.



NUVISION COMMODITIES is currently purchasing feed barley, wheat, peas and milling oats, preferably southeast Sask. area. 204-758-3401, St. Jean, MB.

CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL, no disease, high germ, small and extra small variety, unclean bin run. Extra small variety 30¢/lb Small variety 35¢/lb.; Small red, cleaned, 40¢/lb. 306-859-4805, Demaine, SK.



RED LENTILS FOR sale, 93% germ., Ascochyta 0.5%; Botrytis 1.5%; Sclerotinia 1.5%; Cold vigor, 89%; Anthracnosed. 306-581-4123, Lumsden, SK.

CLEARFIELD RED LENTIL seed, 96% germ. 93% vigor, low disease, seed analysis report avail. 306-587-2776, Cabri, SK.

650 ALFALFA/BROME GRASS bales, JD netwrap, approx. 1500 lbs. Call Sullivan Farms, 306-463-3678, Flaxcombe, SK. HAY FOR SALE: 1400 medium square hay bales, alfalfa and alfalfa/grass mix, 1400 lb. bales, 3¢ to 4¢/lb., feed test avail. Murray Faubert 306-463-9691 days, 306-968-2921 after 6 PM, Marengo, SK. ALFALFA hard core bales, net wrap, 1500 l b s . , J D b a l e r. C a l l a f t e r 6 : 0 0 P M , 306-370-8897 at Tessier, SK. SOLID CORE ROUND, small square: alfalfa, alfalfa grass, green feed, grass, straw. Delivered. 306-237-4582, Perdue, SK.

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ALFALFA/ ALFALFA MIX, 1300 bales, 2 - 1 / 2 c e n t s / l b . 1 5 0 0 l b . ave r a g e . 306-885-4509, Vibank, SK. 400 GRASS/ALFALFA bales, 1400 lbs., exc. cond, $35/bale; 300 alfalfa bales, 1100 lbs., feed tested, taking offers. Holdfast, SK, phone 306-488-4809. 400 6X6 HARD CORE BALES, 1400-1500 lb. average, $30/bale. 306-270-4219, Saskatoon, SK. 290 ROUND GREEN FEED barley bales, JD net-wrapped. 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK PRICED TO SELL Alfalfa mix large round bales, approx. 1500 lbs. 306-831-7158, 306-882-4561, Rosetown, SK. HAY FOR SALE: Big round bales, alfalfa/brome mix, approx. 1500 lbs. bales. Vegreville, AB. 780-658-2125. SMALL SQUARE BALES, good quality horse hay, $3 for hay, $2 for straw, $50 for round. All tarped. Delivery available. 306-232-4808, Hague, SK. POOR TO GOOD small square hay bales, $1.50 to $3.50/bale; Straw bales, $2 each. Cal 780-842-2963, Wainwright, AB. 17% CRUDE PROTEIN, 1600 lbs.+, net wrapped, full feed test available, $50/bale. 306-227-4503.,Saskatoon, SK. MEADOW BROME and Cicer Vetch hard core round bales. Average to good quality. $45/ton. 306-882-3717 Rosetown, SK. 17.94% PROTEIN, 58.75% TDN, 525- 1500 lb. hard core alfalfa bales, first and second c u t , $ 5 0 / t o n . Tr u c k i n g av a i l a b l e . 306-759-2741, Eyebrow, SK. ROUND BALES, silo guarded to maintain nutrients and color, 1600 lbs, no rain; Grass mix and 1st cut alfalfa. Loading included and hauling available. Quantity discount, trades. Delisle, SK. 306-493-2556, 306-493-7382.

200 5X6 UNCOMBINED ROUND OAT bales, net wrapped, made w/JD 568 baler. Phone 306-283-4747, 306-291-9395 or 306-220-0429, Langham, SK. ROUND HAY BALES with netwrap approx. 1400 lbs., 300 alfalfa, 650 alfalfa/grass. Can arrange trucking. $55/ton loaded. 306-493-2716, Delisle, SK. ROUND BALE HAULING and picking. Can 1000 2010 ALFALFA and alfalfa grass load and unload small or large loads. Have mixed, baled w/NH BR7090, some 2009 good quality hay for sale. 306-227-2080, clover hay and straw, $25 to $55 ea, variKinley, SK. ous qualities. Pangman, SK, 306-442-4705 ALFALFA/ BROME BALES for sale. 1000 300 GOOD QUALITY round alfalfa brome lbs. each, no rain, $30/bale. Phone: mixed bales, 6x5’ hardcore, $40/bale. 306-725-4498, Strasbourg, SK. Phone 306-638-4590, Bethune, SK. 200 ALFALFA BROME bales, good condi- 500 BALES wheat straw, JD 568, net tion, $30. Weyburn, SK. 306-842-5891, wrapped. 60 bales of oat straw. Phone 306-861-7488. 306-961-1170, Domremy, SK. ALFALFA GRASS/ ALFALFA hard core GOOD QUALITY grass/alfalfa round bales, round bales, 1000 lbs., $20 and under. 1600 lbs., net wrapped 2-3¢/lb., Watrous, 306-726-4569, Southey, SK. SK, 306-946-4155. TIMOTHY HAY, mid square bales, shed- GREEN 2010 ALFALFA and mixed hay. Can ded, delivery available in semi-load lots, deliver. 306-764-6372, Prince Albert, SK. excellent quality. Fisher Farms, phone 204-622-8800 or ALFALFA BROME 5x6 round bales, located near Stoughton and Carlyle, SK., Dauphin, MB. $30/bale. Call 306-577-1204. 1860 ALFALFA BIG Square hay bales, $65/ton; 500 round alfalfa/grass mixed BROME/ALFALFA HAY, 350 round bales, hay bales, $45/ton. All stacked immedi- 800 lbs., TDN 57.6%, $40/ton; 320 round ately after baling, will deliver cheap. bales, 700 lbs., TDN 55.4%, $35/ton. Ph. 306-297-6402 leave msg., Admiral, SK. 403-664-9734, Oyen, AB. 1000 LARGE ROUND bales of straw, wheat and oats, $20 per bale. 403-556-9169, Didsbury, AB. HAY FOR SALE: Approx. 720 4x8 BIG SQUARES, covered, 900 large, round alfalfa/brome. 306-677-7526 Hodgeville SK 1000 ALFALFA ROUND bales, 1250 lbs., $40 per bale OR TRADE FOR CATTLE. Located 3 miles North of Estevan, SK. Call Barry 306-421-1495. BRAND NEW HAY seeded this spring, 300 netwrap bales, 1200 lbs., no weeds, some volunteer Durum, some rain, $30/bale. Will load. 306-644-4612, Loreburn, SK.

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ALFALFA HAY ROUND bales. Good quality. $35 to $50 per bale. West central SK. Email: or phone 306-753-3330, Macklin, SK. HAY FOR SALE. 400 round bales, no rain. ALFALFA BROME BALES, hard core, ap- C a l l d a y t i m e 3 0 6 - 2 4 4 - 0 9 3 6 o r prox. 1500 lbs., no rain, $40 each. 306-222-9392, Vanscoy, SK. 306-338-3271, Wadena, SK. 300 5x5.5 CICER MilkVetch grass mix 350 ROUND BALES, alfalfa grass, very bales, $30/bale. 306-567-7238, Craik, SK. g o o d , ap p r o x . 1 5 0 0 l b s . , $ 4 0 / b a l e . HORSE AND DAIRY quality hay, JD round 306-477-1879, Young, SK. bales, alfalfa/Timothy and straight alfalfa, ALFALFA ROUND HAY BALES, $30/bale or conditioned and no rain. 306-283-4666, trade for cows or replacement heifers. Harv Verishine, Langham, SK. 306-869-2960, Radville, SK. ALFALFA HAY BALES for sale, baled with 500 GOOD ROUND BALES, approx. 1400 lb. John Deere hard core baler, surface wrap. little/no rain, alfalfa, alfalfa/brome, $30 306-397-2678, Edam, SK. per bale loaded. 306-656-4541, Harris, SK. ROUND HAY BALES for sale. Timothy or 5X6 HARD CORE BROME ALFALFA mixed hay. Round wheat straw for sale. Will deliver. 306-573-2123 Birsay, SK. good quality. 306-944-4572 Viscount SK. 1500 VERY GOOD QUALITY hay bales SMALL SQUARE HAY bales, good quality for sale. P h o n e 4 0 3 - 7 7 9 - 2 2 0 9 , horse hay, $5 per bale. 306-237-9540, Arelee, SK. 403-857-8231, Youngstown, AB. WILL TRADE HAY and straw for cash or ALFALFA- ALFALFA/BROME 5x6 round cows, 1500 lb. alfalfa mixed round bales. hard core, approx. 1350 lbs. $35 to $40 Can deliver. 403-575-0413, 403-575-2226, per bale. Can deliver. West of Prince Albert, SK. Call Larry 306-747-3758. Veteran, AB ALFALFA HAY FOR sale, no rain, leafy, DAIRY QUALITY HAY, large, round bales, 1200 lbs., first cut $35/bale, second cut no rain, 1500 lbs., can deliver, $75/ton. $50/bale, 18 miles West of Saskatoon. 306-529-6602, Sedley, SK. 306-220-6419 or 306-270-6260. 700 ROUND ALFALFA BALES, 1600 lbs. 600 ROUND BALES, alfalfa grass, taking of- plus. $50/ea. Call Russ 204-626-3401 fers. 306-472-5219, 306-648-7813, La- days, 204-745-8770, Horod, MB. fleche, SK. ORGANIC RFV 100 Hay, early cut. No ALFALFA/ BROME hard core, 1200-1400 foxtail barley. Tarped. Red Clover, alfalfa, Timothy. 204-534-7843, Kilarney, MB. lbs. bales, $25 each; Slough hay, $15 ea. N o r a i n . C H E A P E R by t h e vo l u m e . FOR SALE: 450 Large round bales, alfalfa 306-475-2547, Spring Valley, SK. and brome mix, $30/each. Phone ALFALFA/ CRESTED; Alfalfa/ Brome; Alfal- 306-291-0334, Duck Lake, SK fa, average weight, 1240 lbs., $30/bale. HIGH QUALITY ALFALFA/BROME no Joan Thompson, Elrose, SK. 306-378-2905 rain, made w/JD 566 baler, volume disor 306-378-2935. count avail. Liberty, SK. 306-946-7673. 1200 MEDIUM SQUARE bales, Timothy 1000 BROME/ALFALFA BALES, 1000 hay, good horse quality, stored in hay lbs., good quality. 306-453-6253 leave shed. 204-372-6937, Fisher Branch, MB. msg., Carlyle, SK. 2010 ROUND BALES, 1400 lb., alfalfa/ WILL TRADE good quality hay for good grass, no rain, analysis available, delivery cows. Phone David 306-963-2639, Imperiavail. Ph. 780-875-7051, Lloydminster, AB. al, SK.

WHY NOT KEEP MARKETING SIMPLE? Telephone: 1-306-345-2280 Ext. 228 You are selling feed grains. We are buying feed grains. Fast payment, with prompt pickup, true price discovery. Call Gerald Snip, Jim Beusekom, Allen Pirness or Dave Lea at Market Place Commodities ALFALFA/GRASS large round bales, net GREENFEED (OATS), 1200 to 1300 lbs., BROME ALFALFA hay for sale. No rain on Ltd., Lethbridge, AB. Ph.: 1-866-512-1711. wrapped. 306-456-2596, 306-861-6849, round hard core, $40/bale. 780-632-7361, hay, approx. 1500 lbs. 306-453-6092 or Vegreville, AB. Email 306-577-7836 cell, Carlyle, SK. Tribune, SK

GOOD QUALITY CRIMPED hay, baled w/no rain, twine wrapped, approx. 1600 lbs., reasonably priced. Loading and trucking available. 306-567-7100, Imperial, SK. H AY, S T R AW o r g re e n fe e d , l a rg e round, net wrapped, 568 JD, no rain, hay top quality, crested wheat, alfalfa, alfalfa brome or crested wheat mix. Canary or wheat straw, barley and wheat greenfeed mixed. Loads welcome. Alsask or Marengo, SK loading, phone 306-463-8423. ALFALFA GRASS BALES, 1350 lb. avg., approx. 250, $35/bale. Ph. 306-747-3447, Shellbrook, SK. ALFALFA AND ALFALFA brome, 1300 lbs., all qualities. Delivered price. 306-948-2037, 306-948-7291, Biggar, SK ALFALFA/BROME MIX round bales, approx. 1400 lbs., taking offers. Phone 306-459-2859, Ogema, SK. ALFALFA NO RAIN. Second cut small square; Second cut big round; First cut big round. 306-423-5714, Domremy, SK. SHEDDED, 1ST and 2ND cut small square hay bales, excellent quality. Can deliver 830 bales on a self unloading trailer. Phone 204-238-4316, Swan River, MB. W H E AT A N D BA R L E Y s t r aw i n l a r g e squares/ rounds. 1st and 2nd cut alfalfa in large squares/rounds (not for horses). Pea straw in rounds. 403-782-9730, Lacombe, AB. TOP QUALITY ALFALFA/BROME; 2nd cut alfalfa; Certified organic. 1500+ lbs. 306-747-2751, Shellbrook, SK. ALFALFA HARD CORE round bales, net wrap, approx. 1500 lbs., loading and trucking available. Standing alfalfa, by the lb. or share. Ph or fax 306-228-3727, Unity SK BARLEY STRAW, JD 568 net wrapped, $19/bale loaded. 306-259-4923, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. BARLEY STRAW JD 568 net wrapped, $10/bale. 306-747-3140 or 306-747-2911, Prince Albert, SK. GREEN FEED OAT crimped hard core bales, $35; Hay bales, various prices. Phone 306-367-4252, Middle Lake, SK. ALFALFA/ GRASS HARD core bales $50; Oat bales, $40. All bales 5x5-1/2, 1300 lbs., no rain. 306-329-4474, Asquith, SK. BROME/ ALFALFA ROUND BALES for sale. Phone 306-861-7092, 306-842-7082, Weyburn, SK. ROUND ALFALFA/GRASS bales for sale, no rain, hardcore 5x6, NOP organic, shipping avail. Offers. 306-279-4325, Tarnopol, SK. HORSE AND DAIRY quality alfalfa/brome hay, 4x8 square, avg. 1600 lbs., no rain, tarped. Contact Jim, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK, days: 306-332-6221, night: 306-332-3955. 1300 LB. ROUND brome/alfalfa bales, $50/ton; 1400 lb. round second cut bales, 17.5% protein, $70/ton. 306-831-9337, Rosetown, SK. STANDING HAY FOR Sale, RM 400, Three Lakes, SK. SW20-41-22-W2nd. Call Debra: 306-323-2014. HORSE HAY, small square bales, excellent quality, covered. 306-549-2386, Hafford, SK. NEED CATTLE HAY? 1200 square bales, $1200; Smaller amounts- price negotiable. Clavet, SK. area. Call 306-931-7194. HAY FOR SALE. 700 1500 lb. alfalfa bales at Ogema, SK. Phone 306-459-7612 or 306-459-2515. 45 HORSE QUALITY round bales, brome/alfalfa and straight brome, no rain, shedded, $55/bale. R. Burgardt, 306-834-2887, Kerrobert, SK. 1ST CUT ALFALFA grass mixed hard core bales; 2nd cut alfalfa bales. No rain. 306834-2809, 306-834-7252, Kerrobert, SK 400 HARD CORE netwrap bales, 1600 lbs., 600 soft core bales, 1300 lbs., alfalfa hay mix, good quality. 306-236-6892, Meadow Lake, SK. 2000 ALFALFA AND ALFALFA/crested wheat, large round bales, 1400 to 1500 lbs. ea. 306-773-1625, Swift Current, SK. ALFALFA/ ALFALFA GRASS 800 round bales, no rain. Call for feed test. Will take cows on trade. Ed 306-243-4509 eves., 306-867-7988 days, Macrorie, SK. 600 ALFALFA AND ALFALFA/GRASS good quality hay bales, 1500 lbs+, no rain. Phone, 306-329-4664, Asquith, SK. 120 WHEAT STRAW round bales for sale. Will load. 306-368-2515, Lake Lenore, SK. LARGE QUANTITY of large mixed hay bales, net wrapped, can deliver. Phone 306-764-7920, Prince Albert, SK. ALFALFA BROME, good horse and cow hay, no rain, some squares left and some straw. 306-492-4634, Dundurn, SK. 1000 ROUND BALES, net wrapped, 1500 lbs+, alfalfa and alfalfa mix, baled in excellent condition. Red Coat Cattle Station, Ogema, SK. 306-459-2788. WE DELIVER - bale picking and hauling, 321 alfalfa brome mixed bales, some no rain, JD net wrapped. 403-590-1512, 306-360-7950, Leroy, SK. TOP QUALITY, DUST free, small square brome/Timothy bales. Baled dry and under tarp, some inside. Regina, SK. 306-781-2424. FIRST AND SECOND cut hay for sale. Feed tests available. 306-270-2893, Clavet, SK. 700 ORGANIC ROUND bales, approx. 1500 lbs. ea., brome/crested wheat/alfalfa, 3¢/lb. OBO. 306-834-2085, Kerrobert, SK. WHEAT STRAW BALES, 2010 crop, 1000 lbs., some w/chaff, $15 ea. 780-853-4469, 780-853-7279 cell, Vermilion, AB. 1000 TOP QUALITY Alfalfa/Brome hay bales, lots of grass, 1500 lbs.; Also only 50 left: second cut horse hay, $40 to $50. 306-922-0057, MacDowall, SK.



GOOD QUALITY HAY, AB and BC, big rounds. Call for delivery prices. 403-758-3041, Magrath, AB. ROUND HARD CORE hay bales, various kinds, alfalfa, alfalfa grass, some wild hay. 306-937-2952, Battleford, SK.

CUSTOM HAY HAULING, also buying and BLACK BEAR OUTFITTING area, 50 tags on selling, hay and straw. Call Carl, Monday approx. 13 townships in NW Sask. includes to Saturday 306-229-6425, Saskatoon, SK. over 30 lakes and rivers. Large bear popuAccess by boat. Owner retiring. Will HAY FOR SALE: 18 percent protein, lation. new buyer. $175,000. Serious endidn’t quite make dairy specs., good for assist quiries stevesafarisnorth@saskbeef. Will deliver. Belle Plain Colony, Belle oronly. write 1015- 19 Ave., Coaldale, 200 OAT BALES, $40/ton. 100 hay bales, Plain, SK, ask for Paul 306-501-9204. AB, T1M 1C3. $45/ton. Phone Brian at 306-478-2625, 1200 ALFALFA ROUND bales, 2009 and Mankota, SK. 2010 crop for sale. Call 306-544-2793, Hanley, SK. 500 SECOND CUT alfalfa round bales, no rain, feed test available. Tom Blacklock 200 1ST CUT ALFALFA BALES, (1600 306-668-2125, Grandora, SK. lb), hard core. Complete analysis available. 16,000 GALLON RAILROAD TANK, 5/8” thick wall, ideal fuel storage or underALFALFA LARGE ROUND bales, approx. $39/bale. Located 20 miles SE of Saska- ground septic tank, $10,000. Craik, SK. 1500 lbs. Also custom hay hauling. toon. 1-800-667-4515 day, 306-257-3519 306-734-2345, 306-734-7721. home, 306-221-3800 cell. Ask for Charlie. 306-466-2261, Leask, SK. 400 ROUND ALFALFA mixed hay bales. 250 ROUND WHEAT straw bales, hard POLY TANKS: 15 to 10,000 gallons; blad1200 to 1400 lbs., $20 to 25 per bale. core, $18/bale loaded. 306-735-7640, der tanks, from 220 to 88,000 gal; water and liquid fertilizer; fuel tanks, single and Langbank, SK. 306-458-2514, 306-458-7797, Midale, SK. double wall; truck and storage, gas or dieALFALFA/ GRASS MIX bales, 1500 lb. 5x6 ROUND ALFALFA/MIXED hay, minimal sel. Wilke Sales, 306-586-5711, Regina, SK rain, vg cond., priced to sell. Shellbrook, hard core. 2010 crop, $35/bale. 2009SK, 306-466-2169, 306-747-7137. CLEARANCE 500 GALLON horizontal steel $30/bale. 306-394-4407, Mossbank, SK. storage tanks. Brand new, single and dou260 ALFALFA, 75 green feed oat and 110 700 ROUND HAY BALES, approx. 1500 lbs. ble wall. Blow out pricing. $400 and $500 alfalfa/grass round bales, average 1400 to ea., brome/crested wheat/alfalfa, 2.5¢/lb. ea. 204-793-8922, Winnipeg, MB. 1500 lb. Some with no rain. Accessible in OBO. 306-834-2085, Kerrobert, SK. rows in field. 306-931-4597 Clavet, SK. HAY FOR SALE: 2010 alfalfa brome, ALFALFA AND BROME and alfalfa and grass round hard core bales. Feed analysis mixed bales, 1250 lbs. 306-469-2377, Big avail. 204-522-6296, Melita, MB. River, SK. GOVERNMENT ASSISTED HAY AND ALFALFA HAY for sale, cut at 5% to 20% STRAW HAULING. Can load and gather. blossom, no rain, very nice color and Five truck trains available, serving 3 prairie LOOKING FOR LIQUID FERTILIZER provinces. For bookings in your area call STORAGE? Check out our prices first! quality. 306-266-4222, Fir Mountain, SK. Hay Vern, 204-729-7297, Brandon, MB. 8300 GAL. Liquid Fertilizer Tanks. Ready to UNCOMBINED CLEAN OAT BALES, no rain, lab tested, no nitrates, 5x6 hard core. 100 ALFALFA hard core bales, 1500 lbs., deliver. Visit your local Flaman store today Open to offers or trade, central Sask. 30 alfalfa/brome crested wheat, 1200 lbs. or call one of our ag specialists at All fair to good condition, $30 each. 1-888-435-2626, at Sas306-252-2040. katoon, SK. 306-493-2372, Delisle, SK. 1500 lb. JD hardcore alfalfa and alfalfa/grass bales, up to 18% protein, RFV 250 GOOD QUALITY alfalfa and crested 167, 2-3.5¢ per lb.; also wheat straw. Can w h e a t r o u n d b a l e s , 3 ¢ / l b . P h o n e deliver. 306-259-4901 Young, SK. 306-463-2086, Kindersley, SK. SHUR-LOK TRUCK TARPS and replacement 220 GOOD QUALITY alfalfa/grass round tarps for all makes of trucks. Alan, bales, no rain, net wrapped, $35. Located 306-723-4967, Cupar, SK. at Saskatoon, SK., 306-477-0128. 350 ALFALFA GRASS hard core hay bales, FERTILIZER: Phosphate, Gypsum, Compost. These products can be used by both $40/bale. 306-369-2708, Humboldt, SK. organic and regular farmers. OMRI ap200 ALFALFA BROME bales for sale. proved. Think about the use of Gypsum to 1300 lbs. No rain. $40.00/bale. Phone: mellow your soil! Sold by Truck loads only, 306-896-2638, Churchbridge, SK. direct to your farm. Contact: Bartzen Ag ALFALFA BALES, round, hard core, 1500 Supply 306-242-4553, Saskatoon, SK. Email: lbs. Call 306-426-2772, Meath Park, SK. 1000+ JD, net Ag Shield conditioned, alfalfa grass mix, 1100 lbs., $30/bale; Slew hay and lesser quality alfalfa, $15/bale, a l l h ay i s s t a c ke d a n d a c c e s s i b l e . BAG CLOSING REPAIRS. We repair Fischbein, Union Special, Taylor scales, 306-842-3532 306-861-1827, Weyburn SK Howe Richardson, express scales. Call 500 TONS MIXED alfalfa and brome, 3x4 1-800-667-6924, LMC Canada, Saskatoon. squares, asking $40/ton. Lajord Colony 306-771-4209, cell 306-536-2990, White City, SK. 200 ALFALFA BROME bales, NH 688, hard core, stacked under cover, $35/bale; small RAM POWER SNARES, Conibear traps, 2nd cut bales, $5 each. 306-745-3868, Es- fur handling equipment. For free catalogue terhazy, SK. email or call WHEAT, OAT, CANOLA, straw, JD hard- 306-862-4036, Nipawin, SK. core round bales $18, loaded. Contact Brian 306-384-6767, Saskatoon, SK. 1200 LB. ROUND bales alfalfa and grass HUNT RANCH GUIDING JOB: Employmix, no rain, $30 each. 306-861-1638, m e n t o p p o r t u n i t y f o r A s s i s t a n t Weyburn, SK. Guide/Trainee on Saskatchewan Hunt 400 ROUND ALFALFA 200 alfalfa brome Ranch. Contact Steve Rahn 250-459-7772, bales. Approx. 1300 lbs., feed analysis at Clinton, BC. Website: avail. Pick up only, easy access off grid. OUTFITTING BUSINESS IN NE SASK. Will consider trades, good price for vol- 21 years continuous successful operation. ume purchase. Holdfast, SK. call or text Sask. WMZ’s 48, 49, 56, including Greencell 306-231-8835, home 306-488-2181 or water Prov. Park. 28 white-tailed tags, 10 email bear tags, unlimited waterfowl tags. OwnALFALFA MIXED HAY BALES, approx. 1300 er retiring. Open to offers. 306-278-3023 lbs., w/NH 6x6 hard core. You load etc. Porcupine $20/bale; I load $30/bale. 306-594-2932, Plain, SK. 306-594-7192 cell, Norquay, SK. OUTFITTING ALLOCATIONS, NW, SK, ALFALFA, ALFALFA/ GRASS, 5x6 round WMU 73, 24 whitetail, 24 bear, upland and bales, little/no rain, hard core, $55-$50 m i g r a t o r y b i r d s . A s k i n g $ 8 4 , 9 0 0 . 780-389-4108, Thorsby, AB. per ton. Ron 306-230-3155, Delisle, SK.

SALE BY TENDER The RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF PERDUE NO. 346 Offers for sale the following property: North West Sec. 23 Twp. 34 Rge. 11 West of the 3rd Meridian Extension 0 Parcel Number 117444630 A tender must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “A Property Tender” addressed to the: Rural Municipality of Perdue No. 346 Box 208 Perdue, Saskatchewan S0K 3C0 Tenders must be received by the said municipality on or before 10:00 a.m. on March 15, 2011. Tender opening will be at 10:15 a.m. on March 15, 2011 at the municipal office located at 706 Ave. L in Perdue, Saskatchewan. A certified cheque to the said municipality for 10% of the amount of the tender must accompany the tender. Such will be returned if the tender is not accepted. Highest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. Successful bidder will have 30 days to provide the balance of cash to complete the purchase. Dated the 9th day of February 2011 Allan Kirzinger - Administrator

TARPCO, SHUR-LOK, MICHEL’S sales, service, installations, repairs. Canadian company. We carry aeration socks. We now carry electric chute openers for grain NEW 20.8x38 12 PLY $795; 18.4x38 12 trailer hoppers. 1-866-663-0000. ply $695; 18.4x34 12 ply $595; 18.4x30 12 ply $549; 20.8x42 12 ply $1392; 24.5x32 12 ply $1295; 14.9x24 12 ply $379; 12.4x24 8 ply $278; 11.2x24 8 ply $229; 30.5x32 16 ply $1795. All tube type tires include tubes. Used tires also available. Callfo r Te n d e r s 1-800-667-4515. 2011 Grave lHau lin g fo r th e FOR SALE: New Dunlop SP Sport 7000 R.M .o f M o rrisN o .3 12 A/S tires. P215-60/16 94H. Blizzak Approxim a tely 20,000 cu bic ya rd s WS-50 winter tires. P155-80/13. Hanko o k M i l e a g e P l u s G T A / S t i r e s . Ten d ersto be su bm itted to: P205-70/15 95T. Phone 306-472-3210 R.M .o fM o rrisN o .3 12 Lafleche, SK. Bo x 13 0 Y O U N G ,SK S0K 4 Y 0 P (3 06 ) 25 9-2211 F (3 06 ) 25 9-2225 Em a il:rm 3 12@ sa sktel.n et b y n o o n o n M a rch 14 ,2011

23 GOOD YEAR tires, 28L-26, 16 ply, diamond tread, mounted on Houle rims, $800. 780-777-7845, Calmar, AB. LARGE QUANTITY OF used loader and scraper tires. Lever Ent., 306-682-3332, Muenster, SK. 8 FIRESTONE 20.8X4 radials at 60%. Phone 306-528-4505 or 306-365-7283, Lockwood, SK. WANTED: 710/70R38 RADIAL tractor tires. Call 306-395-2730, Shamrock, SK.

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SAVE UP TO $4800. 12- 520/85R46’s, Firestone Radial DT 23, new, $2300 each. Call Greg 204-573-7866, Brandon, MB. 2- 900-65r32 GOODYEAR, deep lug heavy ply tires, next to new cond., $4000; 8 20.8-R42 Dyna Torque, 50% to 70% tread, $4000. 306-332-6776, Ft. Qu’Appelle, SK.


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ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT FLOODING? Flaman Sales has equipment to bag sand quickly and easily. You can fill 400 bags in 1 hour! Machine is available to purchase or rent. We also sell sand bags. Don’t get caught off guard. Order now, supply is limited! Call us at 1-888-296-2626 or see us on-line at

DUGOUT AND LAKE Compressor s, medical air quality 1/3 HP OEM $299.95 (you wire to power supply). Weighted feeder line $3.75/ft.; Air diffuser line $4.75/ft.; 0-60 Glycerine gauges $25.00 plus shipping and handling. Fresh Water Treatment Systems Ltd., Beaverlodge, AB. 80-356-2928 or email: COMPLETE SET CASE/IH 9280 4 WD 20.8x42 tires, wheels, clamp-on duals, tires 50%. Ph. 204-324-3647, Altona, MB. ADVANCED PURE WATER Systems Ltd., no salt, no chemical, 99% pure water guaranteed. Main corporate office, Outlook, SK. FORCE MILLING MACHINE power feed on 306-867-9461. For all your needs in pure long axis, 3 axis digital read-out. 14x40” water for farm, towns, or commercial. Force metal lathe, 3 and 4 jaw chucks; 16” floor drill w/new motor; 12” Makita sliding mitre saw. 780-842-8517, Chauvin, AB. DUGOUT AERATION PUMPS available at SANDBLASTING POTS for sale. Phone: Water World Industries. 306-338-2104. 780-875-3079, Lloydminster, AB.

1988 FORD 350 Dually XLT, ext. cab, 7.3 dsl., 5 spd. std., c/w welding deck and Lincoln Ranger welder, 165,000 kms, vg shape, $9000. 306-747-2862 Holbein, SK.

HOBART MODEL W-250 amp., DC generator, single phase, 1800 RPM, 110V outlet, WORK BENCHES. Organize that work- $450. 306-281-5865, 306-244-3753, Sasshop, lifetime investment. Heavy duty katoon, SK. steel construction. 250-428-9512, Canyon, BC.


WE SELL SAND BAGS. Flaman Sales has 14x26 50 lb. sand bags. Volume discounts avail. We also have pre-filled bags. Don’t wait to order, call us today in Saskatoon, SK., 1-888-435-2626.

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Sealed tenders clearly marked GRAVEL DREDGING will be received by the R.M. of Garden River No. 490 up to 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 9, 2011. The work consists of dredging approximately 50,000 yards of gravel at the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure pit located SW 11-51-23-W2. Tender to include list of equipment to be used, date available and financial terms expected. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ElaineE sopenko, Administrator R.M. of Garden River No. 490 Phone: 306-929-2020 Box 70, Fax: 306-929-2281 Meath Park, SK S0J 1T0

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GRAVEL CRUSHING and/or HAUL TENDER The RM of Blaine Lake is requesting sealed tenders for the crushing and or haul 1-877-814-8473. of approx. 22,000 cubic yards of gravel for Winnipeg, MB. our 2011 road graveling season. Please submit tenders to RM of Blaine Lake #434, Hours: 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM. Box 38 Blaine Lake, SK, S0J 0J0 by March 14th, 2011, 4:00 PM. Note that the lowest BUY YOUR TIRES at wholesale prices. Call 306-452-8523, Redvers, SK. or any tender not necessarily accepted.



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CLASS 1A Truck Driver Training Ltd. Over 25 years training Saskatchewan, highest quality training available, Class 1, 3 and Air Brake Programs. Certified instructors/ examiners. Starting $79/ month OAC. Possible training in your area. Call for info 306-933-2676, Saskatoon, U-DRIVE TRACTOR TRAILER Training, 25 years experience. Day, 1 and 2 week upgrading programs for Class 1A, 3A and air brakes. One on one driving instructions. 306-786-6600, Yorkton, SK.

FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT on a large seedstock operation. Lots of cows, grass and work. Must be willing to learn and be a self starter. If you are the right person, you must have farm/ ranch experience with an interest in all areas of ranch work. Excellent hourly wage, pleasant easy going work environment. Scheduled time off. You’ll think you’re a kid in a sand box again! Give it a try; you’ll be glad you did. Fax, phone or email your resume to: Hill 70 Quantock Ranch Ltd., Bill and Sherry Creech, Box 756, Lloydminster, AB., S9V 1C1. Phone 1-800-665-7253, fax 780-875-8332,

ARE YOU HIGHLY MOTIVATED? Learn to operate a Mini-Office Outlet from home, free online training, flexible hours, great KLATT HARVESTING is now looking for income, combine and truck drivers for the 2011 US and Cdn. harvest. All applicants must have farm experience, pass dot drug testing and have no criminal record. Class 1 drivers or FIRST GENERAL SERVICES, Red Deer, AB. ability to obtain Class 1 will be given prefis seeking organized and motivated indi- erence but combine and cart operators viduals for Lead Hand positions in the field don’t necessarily need Class 1. Travel the of restoration. Carpentry experience an as- US, an experience you can obtain no other set. Qualified applicants please forward re- way! Email resume to sume and references to or fax 403-867-2751, Foremost, AB. Visit ph. 403-340-1118. our website at FIRST GENERAL SERVICES, Red Deer, AB. is seeking experienced Project Co-ordinators and Estimators for employment in the field of restoration. Qualified applicants please forward resume and references to ph. 403-340-1118.

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE, single or couple, for large farm/ranch operation. Wages based on experience. Modern 3 bdrm house, appliances, utilities supplied. Dental and health package available. K to 12, hospital and groceries 10 minutes away. Experience required with modern farm FIRST GENERAL SERVICES, Red Deer, AB. equipment, Class 1 licence, livestock expeis seeking hard working, friendly, motivat- rience a plus. Consort, AB. Contact Charles ed individuals for employment as general at or 403-577-2780. labourers in the field of restoration. Applicants please forward resume and referenc- DAIRY HELP REQUIRED, experience is es to ph. 403-340-1118. an asset, but not necessary. Must work well with others. Competitive wage and hours. Phone 306-259-4881, Young, SK. EXPERIENCED LIVE-IN CAREGIVER is looking for employment to care for elderly lady, preferably Sask. area. 306-876-4745, 306-551-7300 cell.

FAST PACED FULL-TIME employment opportunity on a progressive mixed grain and cattle farm. If you are responsible, like to work independently, enjoy the outdoors, like animals and can see yourself operating the most modern, technically advanced agriculture equipment available. Rockyview Acres may be the employer you seek!! We offer: a competitive salary based upon experience; a convenient location only 1 hour from our provincial capital; flexible working arrangements that will allow other personal commitments; the opportunity to learn valuable, new skills that will increase your earning potential; a cooperative, fun and knowledgeable team to work with; an exciting and interesting work environment. If returning to the roots of agriculture interests you, please call 306-331-7385 or 306-336-2687, LARGE GRAIN FARM seeking full time equipment operator with Class 1 licence. Mechanically inclined, self motivated individual or couple. Email resume with references to or fax 780-353-2885, Bonanza, AB. WA N T E D P E R M A N E N T F U L L - T I M E FARMHAND. We are a busy grain farm near Grande Prairie, AB. with a private house for the successful applicant on site. Applicant must be experienced in operating heavy farm equip. and able to drive grain truck. Winter employment will also be offered. Please send complete resume to Pam Balderston: or call 780-831-5553. FULL TIME POSITION on large grain farm at Lanigan, SK. Duties incl. operating and maintaining modern farm equipment. Wages start at $20.00/hr depending on exp. Email resume to or fax 306-364-4626. Ph: Greg 306-364-4626. Lanigan, SK. ATLANTIC JOBS LTD placement experts will assist you to find the best worker for your entire farm staffing needs! Call 1-877-488-4699, or fax 905-362-2201.

EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP fulltime, long term position, new JD equip. $50,000++?? House/ vehicle. Excellent opportunity for the right person. All inquiries kept confidential. Must be able to cross the US border. Serious inquiries only. Wade Feland 701-263-1300. Please email resume to: or fax to 701-756-6047. FULL-TIME POSITION on grain Farm. Progressive grain/seed farm requires self-motivated, mechanically inclined, experienced farm worker. Must have a valid license (Class 1A preferred). Wages dependent u p o n e x p e r i e n c e . B e n e fi t p a c k a g e available. Chamberlain, SK. Call Patrick 306-631-9577 or fax 306-638-6219. email: WANTED: FARM Equipment Operator, must be familiar w/hay and harvest equipment, some cattle experience preferred but not necessary, Class 1A license required. Mike 306-469-7741, Big River, SK. 400 COW/CALF progressive operation looking for long term year round Ranch Manager, 45 minutes west of Moose Jaw, SK. Duties include feeding, calving, fencing, all haying duties with state of the art equipment, hauling hay. Housing and work truck provided at farm 4 miles from ranch. Family welcome, two K-12 schools within 25 minute drive, on both bus routes. Wage and bonus program based on experience and results. Call 306-630-6401. Send resume to Steve at: Medical and dental benefits available.

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AG P RO D UCTIO N M AN AG ER to jo in o u rgro w in g o pera tio n . The position will report to the Farm Manager and be responsible for all aspects of a modern grain operation including but not restricted to Agronomics, Grain Marketing & Buying, Logistics, Planning/overseeing day to day activities, Responsible for a team of people. This individual must be highly motivated, have excellent communication, organizational, leadership and problem solving skills. A post secondary education, or relevant experience would be an asset. Qualified applicants are invited to apply with references. We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected will be contacted. Plea se ca ll(403) 333- 3153 fo r m o re in fo rm a tio n , o rsen d resu m e to d m f@ w ild ro sein tern o rfa x to (403) 546- 3709.

FARM MANAGER/INVESTOR required to run irrigation farm in SW Sask. Experience with pivots is a must. Interested parties reply in confidence to Box 5562, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C4

PERMANENT AND SEASONAL employment opportunity on grain farm operation near Biggar, SK. Class 1A and mechanical background would be an asset but not ess e n t i a l . F a x r e s u m e / r e fe r e n c e s t o : FARM EMPLOYMENT! We can help find 306-948-2870 or call Elmer 306-948-2222. you a good employee or find you a good EXPERIENCED TRUCKER WITH Class 1 reAg related job. Ag Employ Alberta, email quired for hay operation, seasonal and or ph. 403-732-4295. year round positions available, central SK., LARGE GRAIN FARM in SW Sask. requires accommodation available. Seasonal equipfull-time Operator/Farm Hand. Farm ma- m e n t o p e r a t o r s a l s o r e q u i r e d . chinery operating/maintenance experi- 403-590-1512 or 306-360-7950, Leroy, SK. ence and Class 5 license required. Class 1A, mechanical and carpentry experience FULL-TIME AND SEASONAL help needan asset. Offering competitive wage based ed to assist in managing and operating a on experience. Housing is available. Gull large modern grain farm. Class 1 driver’s Lake, SK, email license an asset. Wages based on experience. Please apply to Galvin Farms, Virden, 306-672-3711, fax 306-672-3720. MB. Ph. 204-748-8332, fax 204-748-6702, HELP WANTED on grain and seed farm, or email Regina, SK. Operate farm equipment. LOOKING FOR SPRING help on medium Phone 306-757-7223, fax 306-757-3911. size grain farm. Newer equipment, need VARIETY OF JOBS AVAILABLE on mod- 1A drivers, could turn into year round emern grain/cattle farm. Full time and sea- ployment for the right individual. Can supsonal. Help with calving, shop mechanic ply room and board. Wages negotiable and operation of equipment. Large new with experience. Ph: 306-631-1881; email: shop. Previous farm exp. an asset. Wage dependant on exp. Will train person eager to learn. Phone 306-895-4601 for info. or IMMEDIATE FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT send resume to or on farm feedlot. Duties: feeding cattle and mail to Box 328, Paynton, SK, S0M 2J0. handling farm machinery. Class 1A license preferred. Ph 780-387-6356. Fax resume WANTED: EXPERIENCED COWHAND for a to 780-361-2098, Wetaskiwin, AB. 2000 head mixed farming operation in Northern Sask. Must have animal knowl- LARGE FARM and cattle operation reedge, able to calve out cows, above aver- quires Class 1 truck driver for the moveage horsemanship, knowledge of farm ment of cattle, bales, grain and equipequipment, have organizational skills and ment. Most work is in west central Sask. must be able to run a crew. Wages nego- We have well maintained late model tiable depending on exp. Accommodations equipment. Email available. Permanent full-time position, to or contact Lee 306-867-3046, Eston, SK. start immediately. Please send resumes to the following address: 1200 - 410, 22nd FULL-TIME FARM HELP on cow/calf operaStreet East, Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5T6. tion needed. Duties include feeding and calving, exp. preferred, free room and LARGE CENTRAL ALBERTA grain farm board. Hutterites welcome. 780-367-2387, seeking employees for full-time/part- Willingdon, AB. time/permanent positions. Seeking honest, self-motivated people with large RANCH HAND IN central BC. Duties inequipment knowledge. Class 1 (or intent) clude: farming, haying, working in shop, necessary, farm mechanical, grain han- some irrigating, some livestock work. Must dling , agronomy, and experience are as- be mechanically inclined. Please email to sets. Guidance/training available. Poten- (zero not O). tial for housing and/or pasture for right candidate. Great area to raise a family, ac- SASK GRAIN FARM looking for exp. farm tive community of Delia, AB. Wage depen- workers for full-time/ seasonal positions. d e n t u p o n e x p e r i e n c e . B a r r y Class 1A license is required. Send resume: 403-364-2129. Fax resume 403-364-2004. 306-352-5100. GENERAL FARM WORKER req’d. Equip- COW/CALF OPERATION requires person ment operating, maintenance, yard and for general farm and ranch work. Calving bldg. maintenance, cleaning, etc. $15/hr. and pasture riding experience necessary. Farm exp. req’d. Fax resume to Dechant House with utilities and appliances supplied. Fax resume with references to Farms Ltd., 780-836-7701, Manning, AB. 403-577-3031, Consort, AB. or email LARGE FARMING OPERATION requires tractor and truck drivers to help with spring seeding. We run late model equip- EXPERIENCED PERSON/S needed to help ment. Locations include: Eston, Outlook or calve 160 cows and 80 heifers, starting Viscount, SK. Contact Lee 306-867-3046 March/2011, living quarters and good pay supplied. 780-871-1522, Lloydminster, SK. or email

Large diversified farming operation in Vegreville, AB, seeks motivated people.


Duties include managing farm agronomics, record keeping as well as making good sound farm business decisions. Helping with daily duties may be required as needed. Background in agronomy and grain marketing is an asset.


Full time and seasonal positions available. Experience not necessary but an asset. Truck drivers require Class 1A. Hours varied and extended hours may be required. Salary and start time negotiable on all positions.

Please contact Gerald at 780-632-9611 or send resume to

Woycheshyn Farms Box 1511, Vegreville, AB T9C 1S7 Fax: 780-764-4047 Email:

FULL TIME EMPLOYEE REQUIRED on grain farm 1/2 hour south east of Calgary. Must be able to operate and maintain larger farm equipment. Preference given for mech. exp. and Class 1. Housing and utilities supplied. Good wages based on exp. Ph. Bernie 403-684-3476, Blackie, AB. T&M CUSTOM AG LTD. is now hiring Truck and Combine Operator for the 2011 harvest season. Willing to travel from Oklahoma to Sask., starting May 1 until Dec. 1. Must be able to enter USA and pass drug test. Preference given to applicants with Class 1A and/or farm experience. Room and board supplied. For an exp e r i e n c e o f a l i fe t i m e p l e a s e c a l l 306-873-2861, fax 306-873-2438, or email Tisdale, SK. FULL-TIME FARM HELP REQUIRED. Immediate full-time position to care for alpaca herd and perform equipment and yard maintenance duties. Farm equipment and livestock experience mandatory. Ideal for retired or semi-retired couple. On site residence available. Call 541-604-5277, Spruce Grove, AB. Agriculture Exchange Opportunities (ages 19-30) Australia, New Zealand, Europe, U.S. Work for and live with farm families. We help get your visa and placement. International Rural Exchange Program: 306-489-4407,, LARGE GRAIN FARM/ Full-time help, housing available, large heated shop, newer JD equipment, 1A license an asset, health benefits. Fax resume to 306-224-4319, Glenavon, SK.

APIARY TECHNICIAN (NOC8251) required for 2011 beekeeping season starting May 1, 2011. 45 hr. work week, some evening and weekend. $13.80-15.50/hr depending on experience, minimum 2 yrs. experience. Valid driver’s licence. Ability to drive std. trans. Will assist management with daily apiary operations and honeybee colony management. Must speak, read, write English. Physically fit. Accommodation provided. Rural area. Contact employer Christopher Strebchuk, Box 3249, High Prairie, AB, T0G 1E0, fax 780-523-3576 or email




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EXPERIENCED PERSON/COUPLE needed to help calve cows and perform general farm duties on mixed farm from March 10th to November or possibly full time, GENERAL FARM WORKERS, NOC 8431 (2 positions), $12,28/hr for april to Novemhouse available. 204-768-0092, Hilbre MB. ber, 2011. Location: Girouxville, AB. Must FULL-TIME OR SEASONAL help on grain be able to work in presence of bees/ colofarm, salary depends on experience, house nies and honey extraction. Fax resume to: 780-323-4138, Paradis Honey Ltd., Box 99, available. John 306-452-7743, Redvers, SK Girouxville, AB. RANCH HAND WANTED for full-time work. Needs to be able to rope/ ride and NILSON RANCH REQUIRES RANCH treat cattle off horseback and have general Hand on a 6000 acre, 3000 head grassing knowledge of cattle handling. Phone Mike operation in northeast Sask. Must have ability to ride and rope, willing to do fenc306-469-7741, Big River, SK. ing and general ranch duties. Bunk house PERMANENT FULL TIME POSITION on accommodation available. Email resume to purebred cow/calf operation north of Ed- or fax 306-428-2192. gerton, AB. Must be self motivated. All main duties related to cattle operation. WANTED: EXPERIENCED FARM HELP General machinery maintenance/repair for the 2011 seeding/ harvest season. and welding exp. preferred. Contact Kurt Wa g e s n e g o t i a b l e w i t h e x p e r i e n c e . 780-619-2224. Fax resume 780-755-2223. 306-949-2185, Regina, SK. or email Email COPELAND SEEDS is looking for 2 fulltime employees. Competitive wages and benefit package avail. Hutterites and immigrants welcome. Call Bob or Joe 306-378-2286, Rosetown, SK. or email: STRESS FREE POSITION for a single individual or couple to live independently on our farm yardsite in a modern house. Possible employment and/or raise your own animals. If you are under 50 and are interested in this rewarding life contact 403-547-4431 or 306-592-4426 after 6 PM, Buchanan, SK. EXPERIENCED FARM EQUIPMENT operator required for cattle/grain operation. Require drivers license (Class 1 an asset). Start March 15 to April 15. Living accommodation provided. Wages negotiable. Acadia Valley, AB. Phone 403-664-7151 or Email:

GENERAL FARM WORKER required for grain farm commencing mid April, located near Kamsack/ Canora, SK. area. Experience in operating air drill or 1A license a definite asset. Wages will be based on experience. Fax resume to 306-542-2100 or phone 306-542-7777. RANCH WORKER - FOOTHILLS AB, Chain Lakes area. Good horsemanship skills, all around cattle experience. Basic machinery and mechanical skills, non-smoker, nice mobile home on site, need two working horses, to start May 1st. Send resume with 3 references and work history to: Nelson Creek Ranch,

LARGE CENTRAL ALBERTA ranching and grain farming business needs 1 or 2 employees to add to our employee and management team. Salary competitive with other industries, housing and utilities supplied. Honesty, loyalty and dedication desired over experience. Our team of emFARM HELPER WANTED on mixed farm. ployees are our best reference. Phone Room and board available. Phone or fax 403-876-2532 or fax 403-876-2403, Stewart Farming Ltd. Big Valley, AB. resume to 403-631-2373, Olds, AB.

LARGE PROGRESSIVE GRAIN FARM close to SWIFT CURRENT, SK. is looking to put together a team of like-minded hard working individuals for future expansion and growth. We are looking for training or backgrounds in Agronomy, mechanics, trucking and chemical application. Good wages and opportunity for future investment to motivated individuals. If you have a background in one or more of the above contact Mike at 306-773-0803 or email FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE REQUIRED on SW SASK. grain farm. Must have Class 1 and experience operating large farm equipment. Wages $20+ depending on experience. Ph. Clayton 306-295-7644, email resumes to Eastend FARM LABOURERS WANTED: Includes room and board, other jobs may include carpentry and construction, will train. 780902-2108, 780-920-7360, Edmonton, AB. FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE REQUIRED ON GRAIN FARM. Duties include: operating and maintaining farm machinery, hauling grain, general farm duties. Previous farm experience and 1A license needed. Wage based on experience, housing available. Contact Dale at 306-587-2893, Cabri, SK. or email: MILKER/ HERDSPERSON NEEDED, Delisle, S K . a r e a . H o u s i n g ava i l a b l e . P h o n e 306-493-2403 or 306-493-7735. FULL-TIME POSITION on medium sized grain farm near Lloydminster. Active small community has or is near to all amenities. Independent work habits required. Contact owner 780-847-3792, Marwayne, AB. MANAGER/ HANDYMAN for Recreational Ranch. General description: manager, handyman, caretaker, general maintenance and security for a small ranch property in the Bragg Creek, AB area. Livein accommodation (family size) provided. Job requirements include: some knowledge of agriculture, horses and minor farm machinery plus mechanical and carpentry s k i l l s . R e s p o n s i b l e fo r s m a l l w at e r, weed/chemical systems operations. Training and certification provided. Send resume, including references, hobbies and interests: All applications held in the strictest confidence. FULL-TIME POSITION ON mixed farm, modern equipment, Class 1A license preferred. Wages depend on experience, Lafleche, SK. Call 306-642-7801 or fax resume to: 306-472-3272.

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FARM W ORKER/ FARM EQUIPM ENT M ECHANIC W ill o p era te, m a in ta in n ew er la rge fa rm m a chin ery, d rive ta n d em gra in tru cks , high ho rs e p o w er tra cto rs , high clea ra n ce s p ra yer, la rge co m b in e. Als o gra in m o vem en t, ha u lin g, ya rd m a in ten a n ce. Preferen ce to : • Va lid Cla s s 1A d river’s licen s e w ith a b s tra ct • d ip lo m a /exp erien ce a s F a rm E q u ip m en t M echa n ic • Pes ticid e/Herb icid e Ap p lica tio n Cert. • Qu ick lea rn er, a d a p t q u ickly to n ew s itu a tio n s , in d ep en d en tly. S a la ry in the ra n ge o f $20 - $40/ ho u r plu s perfo rm a n ce in cen tives . W ill c onsid er a p p lic a nts for sea sona l em p loym ent. Plea s e a pply b y M a rch 30 w ith res u m e to : d ha rb icht@ yo u rlin k .ca o r b y m a il to : Ha rb icht Fa rm s L td . Bo x 22, Elro s e, S K S 0L 0Z0

PREVOST HARVESTING accepting applications for 2011 harvest season. Combine and semi-drivers needed. Some exp. necessary. All applicants must be United States admissible. Must have valid passport. Class 1A license preferred but not IRRIGATION GRAIN FARM requires a career minded person to assist in the day to MELLOWDALE DAIRY, a dairy and grain necessary. Farming background an asset. day operations in the Saskatoon, SK. area. farm is looking for a farm mechanic. The Call 306-322-4757, 306-322-7100 cell. Fax Duties include: planning and development successful candidate should be able to resume to 306-322-4754, Rose Valley, SK. of marketing, operational, and agronomic work in a team that runs the day to day RANCH HAND NEEDED starting April. Work areas. Experience in farming operations operation. Requirements: trouble shooting w/cattle and machinery. Mechanical skills essential and entrepreneurial spirit is enability; Willingness to work long hours in an asset. Room and board available. Ph couraged. Position is permanent full-time peak season; Ability to read and under- 250-342-1607, fax resume 250-346-3328, and starting approx. March 1, 2011. Restand mechanical instructions; Enough email: Radium cent or new grads welcomed. Fax interest strength to lift heavy parts; Good me- Hot Springs, BC. to 306-374-1196. chanical understanding and skill. Wages are $5500/month, 45 hours per week. Join our large,progressive farm ing operation! Send resumes to: Bart Bikker, RR 1, Barrhead AB, T7N 1N2. Phone 780-674-6293, Hickory Corner Fa rm s is a grow ing fou rth genera tion m ix ed 10,000 HEAD FEEDLOT AT OLDS, AB. requires employee, experience in all areas would be an asset. House and benefits available. Fax resume to 403-556-7625 or

TROY SANDERSON HARVESTING requires combine, truck and grain cart drivers for the 2011 Canada and U.S. harvest run, with possibility of winter work, class 1A not required but would be an asset, room and board provided. Rosetown, SK., call Troy 306-831-9776, fax 306-882-2300 or e-mail: FULL TIME FARM HELP REQUIRED for a feed lot, cow/calf and grain farm near Provost, AB. Experience with cattle and machinery an asset. For more information please phone or fax 780-753-4720.

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GRAIN FARM in Hyas, SK is seeking to employ a motivated, hard working individual from mid April to Oct 31st. Previous farm experience will be considered an asset. Please fax resume to 306-594-2887 or email to:

in Du nkirk,SK. This position requ ires a ha rd w orkin g in dividu a l w ho w ill be in volved in co-m a n a gem en tofa ll ra n chin g pra ctices from ca lvin g a n d feedin g to pa stu re m a n a gem en ta n d ridin g.

LOOKING TO HIRE G E N E R A L FA R M WORKER for large grain farm near Rosenort, MB. Must be mechanically inclined and must have 3 to 5 yrs. farming experience. Wages will be based on experience. Send resume to or fax 204-746-2820. Ph 204-746-8255 eves.

Ou rphilosophy is to com bin e ou rstron g w ork ethic,edu ca tion a n d ex perien ce to m a x im ize on the la testopportu n ities in techn ology a n d produ cts.W e a re dedica ted to the grow th ofou rfa rm bu sin ess a n d ou rpeople to en su re lon g-term su ccess. Fora com plete job description plea se em a il u s a t hickorycornerfa rm s@ sa or ca ll Tyler a t (306) 630-9185.


FARM LABOURER REQUIRED for grain farm at Robsart, SK. for spring seeding and harvesting commencing April 1st. Class 1 license would be an asset as well with experience in operating a High Clearance sprayer. Wage determined upon experience. Living accommodations supplied. Send resume with references to Randy fax 306-299-5751. email FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT for self motivated person interested in working on a large commercial grain and pedigreed seed farm. Should have experience in mechanics, operating equipment, be willing to take on farm management responsibility and learn the seed business. Salary range from $20-$25/hr. Applicant would need to find housing in Shaunavon located 9 miles from farm. Please forward resume along with work related references to: fax 306-297-2564, or mail Box 664, Shaunavon, SK, S0N 2M0.


O u r in n ova tive fa rm in g opera tion h a s a va ila ble em ploym en t opportu n ities . W e a re in sea rch o f peo ple w ho ha ve o ra re w illin g to o b ta in a n y o f the fo llo w in g: CLASS 1 PESTICIDE APPLICATORS LICENSE AGRONOMY EXPERIENCE MECHANICAL ABILITIES, AND LARGE MACHINERY EXPERIENCE. We offer excellent opportunities for motivated people, advancement possibilities, competitive wages and benefit package. Full/Part time or seasonal positions available.

WANTED FOREMAN for a custom farming P lease ap p l yw ith resu m e operation, well established with 13 years an d referen ces to in business. Must be able to manage a d m f@ w ild ro sein tern team and work independently, jobs stay o rfa x 403- 546- 3709 within SK., must be knowledgeable in all o rca ll403- 333- 3153 new style equipment, 1A would be an asset, looking for someone to stay long-term and become a part of the operation; Also looking for stable workers to fill other po- ELCAN FORAGE INC. in Broderick, SK. has sitions, call Joe 306-331-9393. Overseas immediate opening for Bagger/ Shipper Receiver on automated system. Forklift exapplicantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s welcome. Fort Quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Appelle, SK. perience an asset. Competitive wages and health benefits. Please send or fax resume FULL-TIME FARM Employment, $20/hr., to: 306-867-8353, house provided. Experience and Class 1A ph. 306-867-8080. is an asset. 306-343-9609, 306-227-2902, Wiseton SK. Email: SEASONAL GENERAL FARM LABOR, operation of machinery and machinery maintenance. Salary $12-$15/hr. depending on experience. Previous farm experience and mechanical ability required. Phone Wade 701-263-1300, Pearson, MB.


w ill b e held Sun d a y M a rch 20, 2011 PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT on large grain a t10:00 a m a tthe farm and producer car loading business. M a kw a Sen iorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sHa ll Duties include farm machinery operation An yon e in teres ted plea s e and maintenance in large, well equipped pre-reg is terw ith the CP CA O ffice shop, loading of cars, and cleaning grain in 2 modern grain elevators. Modern, 4 bdrm @ (306)236-5325 orem a il house in town available as part of wage cpca @ cpca ra cin g .com package. Wages starting at $16 to $20/hr. Class 1A an asset but willing to train. Ph. 30 PERMANENT POSITIONS available at 306-264-3615, fax 306-264-5176, Kincaid, Sunny Acres Greenhouse, Redcliff, AB. Job SK, email includes heavy lifting, fast paced repetitive plant work in a hot, humid environment. MAKE $70,000 PER YEAR! Hiring expe- No smokers, canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be scared of heights. rience farm help with 1A drivers. The right Shift work, 7 days/wk., 40 to 60 hrs./wk., person could become foreman, making $11.26/hour. Experience an asset. Email $70,000 plus per year. Wages depend on resumes to experience, starting at $20+/hr. Housing available. 306-634-4758, Torquay, SK. BEEKEEPERS WANTED for the 2011 season 3 positions avail. Exp. necessary. Wages LOOKING FOR PEOPLE interested in riding $12.95/hr. Fax 306-937-2095, Battleford, feedlot pens, with above average horse- SK. Email Stuart: manship skills, willing to train, wages dep e n d i n g o n q u a l i fi c at i o n s , b e n e fi t s available. 403-701-1548, Strathmore, AB.

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PARTS PERSO N . A gricu ltu ra lBa ck grou n d a n d Com pu terExperien ce W ou ld Be A n A sset. Fu ll-Tim e Position , $15 to $20 per hou r.Ben efits,(a fter6 m on th period).

Plea se Forw a rd Resu m es to M a rc a t G ra tton Cou lee Ag ri Pa rts Ltd ., B ox 4 1,Irm a ,AB T0B 2H 0 or S en d Fa x to 780-75 4 -2333. EXPERIENCED FULL TIME farm hand required on a progressive grain farm located just minutes south of Indian Head, SK. Operation of machinery, machinery maintenance, hauling grain, etc. Class 1A drivers preferred. Great wages based on experience. Please call Steve at 306-695-7180 or 306-727-4581. EARN $60,000/YR. PART-TIME in the livestock or equipment appraisal business. Agricultural background required. Classroom or home study courses available. 800-488-7570,

GREENHOUSE WORKERS WANTED. Seasonal full-time positions, Regina, SK, March to August. Minimum of 1 to 2 yrs. experience required. Must have training and working knowledge or plants and the ability to identify plant problems. Must be able to work in a team setting as well as independently. Must have good oral communications in English. Must be able to work evenings and weekends. Job includes: heavy lifting, constant bending, pricing, cleaning, and other greenhouse duties. Pays $9.75/hr. Send resume to



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MECHANICAL ASSEMBLERS (4 vacancies) Permanent, full time positions-44 hrs per week. Salary $18.00 to $20.00/hr. Previous experience an asset.

RO AD M AIN TEN AN CE PO SITIO N This position is a full-tim e, season alposition w ith the opportun ity for advan cem ent. D uties w illin clude road m ainten an ce (gradin g,m ow in g,rock pickin g,etc.), m achin e repairs an d gen erallabour tasks. Experien ce is an asset, but n ot a n ecessity. Can didates should subm it a resum e in cludin g education ,experien ce,3 referen ces an d w age expected,by M a rch 11,2011 to: R.M .o f B o x 89  n sen ,SK Pra irie Ro se N o .309 Ja S0K 2B 0

RED ROCK NURSERY is accepting applications for Greenhouse Labourers. Duties to include: seeding, thinning, transplanting, weeding and harvesting of trees. Starting now. Wage rate $8.93 per hour, 40 to 50 hours per week, 7 days per week. Please mail resume to: Box 40046, RPO Southridge, Medicine Hat, AB, T1B 4S6. CONSTRUCTION AND PAINTING CO. looking for full time workers, mobile work in AB and SK. Prefer skills in construction, mechanics and crane operation. Good pay scale and bonuses. Phone 403-443-5718 or 403-702-2086, Three Hills, AB. COMPUTER, PHONE & INTERNET? Are you interested in extra income and having your own business? No home parties, no large financial risk, no pressure. Free/simple training provided. Average $1000-$4000/month. For more information:

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Th e R .M .o f K IN D ER SL EY #29 0 Is lookin g for the follow in g SEASON AL EM P L OYEES: Gra velTru ck D rivers Gra d er Op era to rs & U tility P erso n n el M u s t ha ve Cla s s 1 A licen s e & b e m echa n ica lly in clin ed . W a g es n eg o tia b le d ep en d in g o n exp er ien ce. Fu ll b en efits p a cka g e. Ap p r o xim a te s ta r tin g d a te Ap r il 4, 2 0 1 1 . Sen d resu m e to: For m ore R .M . of K in d ersley #29 0 in form a tion , con ta ct Box 1210 K in d ersley, SK S0L 1S0 R u ssell Gross a t p : 306 -46 3-2524 306 -46 3-28 25/ f: 306 -46 3-41 9 7 46 3-7229 FARM HELP WANTED: Full-time permanent helper on an all grain farm located at Francis, SK. Operate equipment, mechanically inclined, farm experience. 1A license, non-smoker, self motivated, able to work unsupervised. Fax or email resume to 480-987-6321 and to 306-245-3580 or email to ACTIVE LADY OR COUPLE REQUIRED to operate a small hotel in Medicine Hat, AB, if suitable to take over mgmt. Must be bondable. For info. fax 403-526-7538.


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Ha ve feed lo ts p o s itio n s a va ila b le w ith a n excellen tb en efitp a cka ge, in clu d in g RRS P p la n a n d co m p etitive w a ges . Fe e d Truck D rive rs - Va lid d riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s licen s e req u ired . P e n C h e cke rs - E xp erien ce w ith p ro ces s in g a n d a n im a l hea lth a m u s t. M a in te n a n ce P e rs o n n e l - M echa n ica lly in clin ed , a b le to w eld , exp erien ce w ith a gricu ltu re o r hea vy eq u ip m en ta n a s s et. G e n e ra l Fe e d lo t/ Fa rm La b o r - M u s tp o s s es s the a b ility to w o rk in a fa s tp a ced en viro n m en t, w ith a tea m a tm o s p here. Go o d w o rk ethics , relia b le a n d p o s itive a ttitu d e a re a m u s t.

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CABRI REGIONAL PARK General Manager. Located in SW corner of Sask., from A p r i l 1 5 t o S e p t . 3 0 , 2 0 1 1 . P h . RM 183 FERTILE BELT is accepting appli306-689-2234 or email cations for the position of seasonal Heavy EQUIPMENT OPERATORS required in Equipment Operator and/or Light EquipCraik, SK. for Titan Clean Energy. Three ment Operator with duties to commence different full-time positions to start imme- April 4, 2011. Must possess valid class 5 lidiately. Operations Manager, Heavy Equip- cense with clear abstract. Class 1A would ment Operator (with Class 1A) to transport be an asset or the ability to obtain a 1A. and operate equipment at various loca- Wages according to union contract. Fortions, and a general Operator. Experience ward resumes with references by 4:00 pm with large equipment required. Must have March 14, 2011 to RM of Fertile Belt No. valid driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license. Wages depending on 183, Box 190, Stockholm SK S0A 3Y0. experience. Those selected for an inter- E m a i l : r m 1 8 3 @ s a s k t e l . n e t o r f a x : view will be contacted. Send resumes to: 306-793-2063. CLASS 1A TRUCK DRIVER, duties inHOLIDAY ON HORSEBACK in Banff, AB. clude hauling oil & produced water, need Hiring for trail guides, cooks, carriage driv- all safety tickets, non smoker, non drinker ers and packers. preferred, accommodations supplied. Fax 306-285-3321, Lloydminster, SK.

To apply for a position with us, please e-mail resume to: or send fax to 780-754-2333 Attention: Alvin Wannechko CONCESSION MANAGER required full or part-time food preparation, scheduling and supervision of staff, postal services, ordering inventory. Send resume to: Oungre Memorial Regional Park, PO Box 69, Oungre, SK. S0C 1Z0. Ph 306-456-2531.


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PINHORN GRAZING is hiring for the 2011 season, April 15 to October 31. Must have doctoring/roping skills and 3 to 4 broke saddle horses. Chad 403-868-2105, Manyberries, AB.

FULL-TIME FARM WORKER required March 1st, wage $18-20/hour. Location Peers, AB. Experience with cow/calf livestock, feeding, seeding, haying and harvesting equipment, all an asset. Valid drivers lic e n s e n e c e s s a r y. F a x r e s u m e t o 780-693-2148, phone 780-712-1088 or email



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BECKER EXPLORATION INC. is a private drilling company hiring all positions for winter drilling. Come where thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s room to grow, top wages and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re individually known and valued for your good work ethics. Signing bonuses. Wages: Driller $42.50, Derrickhand $34.00, Motorhand $28.50, Roughneck $26.40, Leasehand $24.00. Phone: 403-370-3027 Airdrie, AB


FOSTERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S AGRI WORLD in Beaverlodge, AB is looking for a full-time Service Manager for their Lexion, Bourgault and McCormick dealership, experience is an asset. Contact Jesse at: 780-354-3622 or email:

BJ Services Company Canada is the leading provider of high-pressure pumping and coiled tubing services to the oil and gas industry in Canada. Key to the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s success is our focus on attracting and retaining the best people, as well as the training and career advancement programs offered. We are currently seeking individuals for the following positions:

FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED â&#x20AC;Śis one of Western Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest and most successful multi-faceted organizations. Based on the principles of co-operation, FCL provides central wholesaling, manufacturing, marketing and administrative services to its 250 retail co-op member-owners, located in over 500 communities. Current Career Opportunities:

AGRO MANAGER TRAINEE Redvers, SK and Swift Current, SK Federated Co-operatives Limited offers a stable and supportive working environment, a build from within culture, ongoing personal and professional development, along with a competitive salary and benefits package. For more details on these and other career opportunities, go to

3rd, 4th or Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic Lloydminster As a key member of our pumping services, you will provide mechanical support for base operations. The ideal candidate will be a 3rd or 4th year apprentice, or journeyman HD Mechanic. Experience working with truck and trailers as well as a clean class 1 or 3 license would be a definite asset. This position works an 8 days on/6 days off work schedule.

Equipment Operators - Lloydminster Cement & Transport Preference will be given to candidates with Class 1 or 3 driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license, but we will provide driver training to the right candidate with a clean Class 5 license. We offer: â&#x20AC;˘ A competitive salary and bonus structure â&#x20AC;˘ Excellent benefits â&#x20AC;˘ Professional training and career advancement â&#x20AC;˘ Technically advanced environment To become part of our team, please forward your rĂŠsumĂŠ and abstract to: BJ Services Company Canada 5101 - 65 Street, Lloydminster, AB T9V 2E8 Telephone: (780) 875-6182 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: (780) 875-6531 E-mail



ROYAL WELL SERVICING is currently looking to fill the following position for work in West Country Dairy Supply the Lloydminster area: Entry Level FloorInc. of Olds, AB is expanding hands, $23.30/hr starting, in Lloydminster and is looking for a area. Must possess a clean driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s abstract. Please submit a resume along with FULL TIME copies of training certificates to: Fax: SALES PERSON 780-871-6908 Attn: H.R. Dept. or email: to join their team! No phone calls please. WANTED: 1A TRUCK DRIVER to move Successful applicants will be contacted for fluid in oil patch. Basic safety tickets re- an interview and a pre-employment physi- Applicants should have a positive quired: H2S, First Aid w/CPR, TDG, cal screening. attitude, a willingness to learn and WHMIS, Petroleum Safety. Must be over 23 years of age. 306-967-2752, Fax: WANTED: WATER and VAC Truck Drivers, knowledge of the dairy industry. This 306-967-2747, Mantario, SK. mechanically inclined an asset, drilling rigs full time sales person will involve a and production, Class 3 with air or Class 1, combination of sales and other duties. CLASS 1A DRIVERS and Backhoe Op- all oilfield safety tickets, clean driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ab- A class 3 license is required to do erator/ Laborers required for construc- stract. Please fax to 403-742-5376, Red sales on the farms for our clients. tion company. Competitive wages paid for Deer AB, or email to Please fax resume and drivers experience. Safety tickets an asset. Fax reabstract to 403-556-3746 or sume to 403-664-3356, Oyen, AB. WANTED: VAC TRUCK DRIVERS for email: drilling and production work. All in Rocky Mtn. House, AB area, oilfield tickets and Attention: John. clean driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s abstract an asset. Class 1 or 3 l i c e n s e r e q u i r e d . F a x r e s u m e t o : BLACK EARTH HUMIC seeks both experi403-844-2773. NOW HIRING CLASS 1 AND 3 DRIVERS. enced Sales Rep and entry level Business Prospector Oilfield Services Ltd. is looking Development Rep. Excellent opportunity for operators for semi vacs, body job vacs, with a fast growth company! Apply to and pressure trucks. Experience an asset. or fax 780-452-9376, Training available. Send resume w/driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s DRILLERS HELPERS required for Alberta Edmonton, AB. a b s t r a c t a n d s a fe t y t i c ke t s t o f a x : based seismic company. Must have valid 780-753-8450, or driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license, first aid an asset. Please AGRICULTURAL SALESPERSON. MF, call: 780-753-0416, Provost AB. Bourgault dealership looking to hire fullfax resume to 780-960-6873. time Sales Representative. Training to be provided. Successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and be motivated. Excellent wages and benefits. Send resume to: OILFIELD FLUID HAULERS wanted in or Ireland Farm Equipment, Attention: Shaunavon, SK for expanding business. All Brent Baddock, 4814 49A Street, Vermiltickets and clean abstract required. Phone ion, AB. T9X 1C8, Phone: 780-853-4013, 7KH):6*URXSRI&RPSDQLHVDUHFRJQL]HGGHVLJQEXLOG fax 780-853-4610. 306-297-3885 for more info. IMMEDIATE INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR YEAR ROUND WORK No breakup! CanElson Drilling Inc. is looking for experienced Drillers/ Derrickhands /Motorhands to crew our 3600m telescopic double drilling rigs for year round work near Midland, Texas, USA. CAODC wages, full benefits package, employee share savings plan and the potential for stock options. Complete the application on our website:, email your resume and tickets to: or fax 403-266-3968. Applicants with a valid Rig Tech ticket, who are First Nations or Dual Canadian/US citizenship will be given priority. Last year our US personnel did not miss even one day due to weather, and the rig contracts are up to 5 years!

CLASS 1A DRIVER REQUIRED to operate trailer vac. Must have valid oilfield safety tickets. Experience an asset but willing to train the right individual. Competitive wages and benefits plan. Fax resume and abstract to 306-965-2921 or call 306-460-9593, Coleville, SK.

THIRD YEAR APPRENTICE or Journeyman HD MECHANIC required with Cat experience. RRSP plan and benefits. Wages vary upon experience. Phone 306-786-6065, fax 306-786-6909, Yorkton, SK. Email ELCAN FORAGE INC. has opening for an Industrial Mechanic/Millwright. Will include maintenance and service of feedmill and farm equipment. Individual must be able to fabricate, work effectively on their own as well as with a team. Full-time employment with health benefits. Please send resume to Greg fax 306-867-8353, phone 306-867-8080, Broderick, SK.

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A S S IS T A N T Y A R D F O R E M A N A FAMILY OWNED progressive Massey Ferguson and Challenger Farm Equipment Dealership is seeking full-time employment for a qualified GPS Service Technician. Agricultural experience preferred. Competitive wages. Complete benefit package, bonus and RRSP plans available. Handwrtiten applications, together w/resume may be faxed, mailed or emailed to: Morley Dennill, Box 59, Dewberry, AB, T0B 1G0. Ph. 780-847-3974, fax 780-847-3062,

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SCRAPER OPERATORS needed as well. Fort McMurray area. Camp work.

F u ll-tim e Position P lu s B en efits & R etirem en t Pac k age D uties Include: G en eral M ech an ic W ork E q u ipm en t M a in ten a nce T ru ck D riv in g C lass 1A L icen se A n A sset IL T EC H SERV IC ES M ail or fax SO ox 549 T isd ale, SK .S0E 1T 0 resum e to: BFax: 306-873-5015

E m ail:soiltech@ sask PARTS COUNTER PERSON required in Hanna for growing East Central AB JD dealer group. Experience preferred. Competitive wage and benefit pkg. Excellent career opportunity. Email resumes to Fax: 403-854-2070. CENTRAL ALBERTA DEALERSHIP requires a Journeyman HD MECHANIC. Looking for the small town atmosphere with all the amenities, this is the place for you! We are close to major centres and located in a very busy agricultural area. Excellent wage and benefits depending on experience. Applicant must be self-motivated team player, able to work well with others. Send resume to Al York: Fax 403-843-3430 or email Rimbey, AB.

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(780) 962-3903 or e-mail No phone calls please. HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC or Apprentice for busy truck repair shop in Brooks, AB. Looking for Journeyman or someone with a strong mechanical background. Willing to work around farming schedule for right candidate. Phone Blair at: 403-362-6683 for details.

WANTED: AGRICULTURAL or HD Mechanic to work on grain farm/repair shop. Wages up to $25/hr. for the right person. Fax or e m a i l r e s u m e w i t h r e fe r e n c e s t o : 306-642-5907, cell 306-642-8321, Assiniboia, SK.



B US M ECH A NIC R equired in Turtleford or Lloydm inster locations Full-tim e, Perm anent Journeym an M otor V ehicle/H eavy D uty M echanic C ertification an asset. Starting W ages $ 21.33 - $ 29.53 B ased on experience.

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HD MECHANICS WANTED Journeyman or 4th year Truck and Trailer Technicians for steady, year-round work, CVIP license or Class 1/3 license an asset. Competitive wages. Call 403-638-2262, Sundre, AB. JOURNEYMAN PICKER OPERATOR required for NE Alberta. Must have valid Class 1, H2S Alive, First Aid, WHMIS and TDG. Email: or fax 780-623-4620,

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HD TRUCK MECHANIC required for small trucking company in Lloydminster, AB area. License an asset but not necessary. Competitive wages based on experience and qualifications Please call John or Ginette at 780-846-0002 or fax resume to 780-846-0005.

Case IH and New Holland dealer located in Camrose has an immediate position available for a

JOURNEYMAN ROAD/SHOP TECHNICIAN with Case/New Holland experience. We offer an excellent benefit package. We have a competitive wage as well as a bonus incentive program and free coveralls. Case IH and/or New Holland service experience would be a definite asset. We also offer paid in-house factory training to better educate our employees and be competitive within the marketplace.

WANTED: EXPERIENCED truck and trailer mechanic for busy heavy-duty mechanic shop, based in small town, close to major center, must be efficient, reliable and responsible, wages negotiable based on experience. Call 306-725-7480 for interview appointment. Strasbourg, SK. ALLAN CONSTRUCTION is currently looking for an Apprentice HD/Automotive Mechanic for work in Saskatoon and area. Competitive wages, benefit plan, company RRSP and full-time hours. Fax resume to 306-477-5521.

NOW HIRING CLASS 1 AND 3 DRIVERS. Prospector Oilfield Services Ltd. is looking for operators for semi vacs, body job vacs, and pressure trucks. Experience an asset. Training available. Send resume w/driver’s a b s t r a c t a n d s a fe t y t i c ke t s t o f a x : 780-753-8450, or call: 780-753-0416, Provost, AB. ALBERTA-PACIFIC’S Truck Contractors need: Drivers with log haul experience and clean driver’s abstract; Owner operators with 6, 7, 8 axle log trailers. Visit: or call 1-800-661-5210, ext. 8173 or email: Athabasca/Boyle, AB.

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LEASED OPERATORS WANTED: Favel Transport requires leased operators to haul livestock in Canada and U.S. Good miles, premium fuel surcharge, 100% benefits. Call 1-877-803-2835.

WANTED LEASED OPERATORS with truck or w/wo Super B bulkers, year round employment, SK., MB. and AB. Must have fairly new equip., clean drivers abstract. preferably 2 years experience. Call Al 306-648-3523, Gravelbourg, SK. or email BDM TRUCKING LTD., Tessier, SK. is seeking leased operators and company drivers to pull Super B bulkers in western Canada. Also leased operators and company drivers to haul livestock in Canada and US. Phone 306-260-9027 or fax resume and abstract to 306-656-2042.

LARGE FARM and cattle operation requires Class 1 truck driver for the movement of cattle, bales, grain and equipment. Most work is in west central Sask. We have well maintained late model equipment. Email or contact Lee 306-867-3046, Eston, SK. CLASS 1A DRIVERS WANTED for Canada/USA to haul SP farm machinery, oversized load exp. an asset, benefit plan avail. Please fax resume to 306-776-2382. For more info. call 306-776-2349, Rouleau, SK. OWNER/ OPERATORS REQUIRED with one ton truck for RV hauling, US/Canada. competitive rates. Call Marlene at Dealers Choice Transport 780-939-2119.

CLASS 1A HD Tow Truck Driver required for Lloydminster, AB. area. Permanent fulltime position. Will train. Abstract required. CLASS 1 DRIVER, to haul crude oil in the Call John or Ginette at 1-888-875-8111 or Provost/Hardisty area. Good wages and fax resume to 780-846-0005. benefits. Current driver’s abstract, oilfield tickets and resume. Provost, AB, fax WANTED IMMEDIATELY: CLASS 1A DRIVERS in the Provost, AB area hauling 780-753-3092, phone 780-753-0086. water and crude oil. Benefits, home every night, new equip. Ph. 780-753-1781 WANTED CLASS 1A driver with a clean driving abstract to haul crude oil. Southern 1A/3A TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING. 1- 6 SK/North US states. Phone 306-869-2432. wk. programs. Also provide safety training courses for oilfield, mining, transportation, WANTED: DRIVERS for corral cleaning construction and industrial. Trans Induscrew to start in spring. Class 3A or 1A, trial Safety Training, Saskatoon, SK. Email clean drivers abstract, full/part time, must t r a n s i n d u s t r i a l @ s a s k t e l . n e t P h o n e : be able to travel. Phone Liz 780-582-2260 306-934-5935 Fax: 306-934-5936. Toll: 1-866-503-6119. or fax 780-582-2365, Heisler, AB.

IF YOU LIKE TO TRAVEL from Arizona to Alberta give us a call. Looking for young energetic truck or combine drivers, male or female, for harvest run. Must have valid passport and absolutely drug free. Top of the line JD equipment and Peterbilt trucks. Pay top wages w/ all room and board supplied. You supply us with a good attitude and resume to or call 403-818-2816, Calgary, AB. OILFIELD FLUID HAULERS wanted in EXPERIENCED TRUCKER WITH Class 1 re- Shaunavon, SK for expanding business. All quired for hay operation, seasonal and tickets and clean abstract required. Phone year round positions available, central SK., 306-297-3885 for more info. accommodation available. 403-590-1512 or 306-360-7950, Leroy, SK. CLASS 1 TRUCK DRIVER required to haul cattle in central and southern AB. Full-time position available immediately. Competitive wages offered. Based out of Wetaskiwin area. Experience preferred. Fax resume and abstract to 780-361-2098, phone 780-387-6356.

RV HAULING: Saskatoon Hotshot Transporter is now hiring 3/4 and 1 tons for RV hauling throughout Canada and the US, year round work, lots of miles and home time, fuel subsidies, benefits, excellent earnings. 306-653-8675, Saskatoon, SK.

CW TRUCKING requires experienced Class 1A Owner Operators required to pull company owned flatdecks and/or Super B’s. MAXIMUM TRAINING offers the most Good home time, benefits available. up-to-date certified instructors and equipment for your truck driver training. One, 306-347-7780, Lumsden, SK. two, three week programs. Saskatoon and EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERS Tri- Regina, SK. Quad dump trucks, yr. round work, moun- 306-931-7638. tain experience required. Fax resume and abstract to 403-625-4659, Claresholm, AB. BE HOME EVERY NIGHT. Coronation, EXPERIENCED TANK TRUCK DRIVERS. AB. area mixed farm seeks full-time person Regina, SK. based trucking Co. requires an to haul grain, cattle, and bales on the experienced driver for permanent full-time highway as well as manure and silage loposition. Applicants require oilfield tickets cally. Some farm equipment operation and and drug test. Phone Gordon for more info general farm work also involved. $18-23 at 306-540-8446. per hour plus benefit package. Scheduled off. Housing available. Please apply SPEARING SERVICE LP is looking for time Owner Operators to pull crude oil trailers to in SE Sask., SW Manitoba, and North Da- BILL MCCOLMAN OILFIELD Hauling is curkota. Fast card would be an asset but not rently looking for full time truck drivers necessary. All interested Owner Operators with clean Class 1 license to haul fluid in c a n f o r w a r d t h e i r r e s u m e s t o : the Brooks, AB. area. Competitive wages, Fax 306-483-2910, scheduled days off, home every night. Attn. Len, or for more info Dave Sharp Candidates must be able to pass a pre-em3 0 6 - 5 7 7 - 1 2 0 5 o r J e r e m y K i n d e r ployment drug and alcohol test. Current 306-483-2848. oilfield safety tickets are an asset. Please DRIVERS REQUIRED for Super B log drop off, fax 403-362-7822 or send your hauling in Athabasca, AB area, accommo- resume and abstract to Human Resources Dept, Brooks, AB. T1R 1C5 or email same dations available. Phone 780-689-6373. to TRIPLE C HOLDINGS Grain Hauling Co. is looking for Leased Operators to haul grain and fert. in the 3 Western provinces. Some trailers available. Call between 9 AM to 5 PM, 306-893-4325, Maidstone, SK. 63 YR. OLD lady wanting a live-in houseSPEEDWAY MOVING SYSTEMS requires keeping position in small town Sask. For O/O for our 1 ton fleet to transport RVs more info. call 306-482-3811, Carnduff, SK throughout N. America. We offer competitive rates and co. fuel cards. Paid twice LOOKING TO MANAGE GRAIN FARM, monthly, direct deposit. Must have clean 2000- 3000 acres, in southern Sask, southabstract and ability to cross border. To in- west or southeast Alta. 403-502-3860 or 403-833-0008, Burnett, AB. quire call: 1-866-736-6483. CLASS 1 DRIVER or owner operators required for Canadian/U.S. flat & stepdeck work, pay with benefits. Fax resume to 780-608-2358, Camrose, AB. or email

TRAIL-X EXPRESS immediately requires 1 ton diesel trucks to haul RV’s, full-time employment w/top rates, must be able to enter the US. Email Tollfree 1-866-585-6770, visit



For more information please contact or forward resumes to the attention of Blaine Szott. Camrose Farm Equipment Ltd. 4149 –39 St. CAMROSE, AB T4V 3X8 Phone: (780) 672 9136 Fax: (780) 672 4582 E-mail:

RICHARDS TRANSPORT LTD is looking for company drivers and leased operators to run Canada and the US. Open deck trailers up to 13 axle combinations. Top wages paid based on experience. We have a full benefit pkg including pension plan. Please apply online or fax resume to 306-522-9860 Regina SK.

CON CR ETE S AS K ATOON Is looking for highly motivated drivers holding a minimum Class 3A license for full time redi-mix truck driver positions. We offer industry leading wages, benefits package, pension plan and a team orientated atmosphere. Experience in the construction industry would be an asset. On job training is provided for all employees on a continuous basis. We have a strong focus on safety, quality and service as leaders. A clean drivers abstract and resume is required. Please submit via fax to

ROADEX SERVICES LTD. has new Supplier Contracts! We require immediatelyO/O 1 tons for our RV division and O/O semis for our RV and general freight deck division to haul throughout North America. Paid twice/month, direct deposit, benefits and company fuel cards. Must be able to cross border with valid passport and have clean abstract. 1-800-867-6233.


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Alta. stewardship act may see changes Amendments to be presented | Landowners up in arms over concerns about potential erosion of land rights BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

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TABER, Alta. — At least 10 amendments will be introduced during Alberta’s upcoming legislative session to clarify language in the province’s Land Stewardship Act. “There is no intent in here whatsoever to inflict damage on anyone’s property rights,” MLA Evan Berger told a Southern Alberta Conservation Association meeting Feb. 23. The act, which the provincial government passed last year, has been widely criticized for wording that some legal experts say could limit or eliminate property rights in cases where land is needed for utility lines or roads. Current wording in the land stewardship act could allow a regional plan to extinguish a certificate of title without need to go through processes outlined in the expropriation act, which provides certain protections to landowners. Berger said that wording is one of the areas that proposed amendments will clarify. The stewardship act and several other bills have been the topic of meetings across the province, during which concerns were raised about potential erosion of rights depending on interpretation of the bills’ language. “Now we want to lock it down tight and make sure it works for landowners and works for everybody,” said Berger. Keith Wilson, a lawyer who regu-


larly deals in agricultural and environmental law, was the featured speaker at meetings in the province last month. He raised concerns about wording in Bill 36, the Land Stewardship Act, as well as bills 19 and 50, the Land Assembly Project Area Act and the Electric Statutes Amendment Act, respectively. MLA Leonard Mitzel acknowledged Wilson’s criticism. “I agree with Keith Wilson that yes, you could interpret it this way,” he said in an interview, adding he has heard numerous concerns from constituents, some of whom suggested the bills be rewritten. “We could throw it out and start over, or take the good pieces that are there and take those amendments and put them in there to clarify things,” Mitzel said. “Really, this is about clarification. We call it amendment because that’s what you have to do, you have to amend it to clarify it.” One questioner at the soil conservation meeting said it appeared MLAs were undertaking damage control as a result of public outcry. “Damage control? No, what we are doing is clarifying the original intent,” said Mitzel. access=subscriber section=news,none,none


Critics see clouds as Alberta gov’t dips into rainy day fund BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

EDMONTON — Alberta is predicting a $3.4 billion deficit for the upcoming year. It will be the third consecutive deficit for a province that was once the envy of the country with its vast resource revenue and budget surpluses. Provincial finance minister Lloyd Snelgrove said the deficit is a result of the government’s decision to go ahead with previous commitments to build hospitals, schools, roads and infrastructure programs. “Albertans told us last year and the year before, they don’t want to go back into the pendulum days when we over spent and over cut,” Snelgrove said when he delivered the 2011-2012 budget Feb. 24. “We could have made cuts that some critics were calling for, cuts that would have been damaging to core programs or infrastructure plans, but that would be short sighted. We didn’t panic during the darkest days of the recession and we’re not going to panic now,” he told a pre-budget

news conference. One of the critics calling for cuts is Wildrose Alliance party leader Danielle Smith, who said the government should have stretched out its infrastructure spending over five years rather than three to help contain infrastructure spending. “They’re practically vapourizing our savings accounts,” said Smith, who does not have a seat in the Alberta legislature. “You can’t just keep on hoping that revenue increases are going to bail you out of this problem.” The government is not making big spending cuts. Instead, spending will be $39 billion, a half percent increase over last year. The government will cover the budget shortfall by drawing down the Sustainability Fund to $5.2 billion from $11 billion. The decision to drain the province’s rainy day fund to pay for infrastructure projects and cover spending is worrying critics. Liberal leader David Swann said the government didn’t make the tough choices needed to not continue spiraling into deeper debt.

“The Conservatives continue to act like they have an endless supply of Monopoly money,” said Swann, who has announced he will retire as provincial Liberal leader. Alberta NDP leader Brian Mason was also concerned about the government’s use of the Sustainability Fund to offset the deficit. “By draining the Sustainability Fund, they’ve managed to keep themselves together, but next year is going to be a very, very serious problem.” Premier Ed Stelmach had initially planned to have Alberta back to a balanced budget by 2012, but that has been pushed back to 2013. Snelgrove said it’s only becoming apparent now how big an impact the economic downturn had on the Alberta economy. The province is only just recovering, he added.Revenue is expected to increase $1.6 billion to $35.6 billion in 2011-12. Snelgrove said in past years, much of Alberta’s revenue came from oil and natural gas. Now, the government is counting on the royalties from the oilsands’ bitumen, expect

Alberta finance minister Lloyd Snelgrove presented a $3.4 billion deficit budget, saying the government will act on its commitments to infrastructure projects. | MARY MACARTHUR PHOTO ed to reach $7 billion in three years. “Most of us knew the potential of the oilsands,” said Snelgrove. Agriculture remained unscathed with a budget of slightly less than $1 billion. Agriculture minister Jack Hayden said most of his department’s budget is tied into long-term programs with the federal government or long-term provincial government programs. “Most of the programs have a fairly

long life span,” said Hayden. It’s the long-term nature of the agriculture programs that helped “safeguard all of the programs to producers,” he added. Humphrey Banack, president of Wild Rose Agricultural Producers, said he was pleased by the lack of major cuts to agriculture. “We are, as much as other producers in the province, concerned with a deficit budget.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none


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Canadian brand equals local: marketer Push out imports | Marketing expert says consumers should be able to recognize Canadian products BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

Canadian consumers want to eat Canadian pork but producer organizations need to forget futile local campaigns if they want to get more of the consumer loonie, says a leader of a national pork promotion organization. “The truth is that provincial marketing efforts are floundering and don’t work,” said Curtiss Littlejohn, an Ontario farmer, about Pork Marketing Canada’s effort to replace imported pork in Canadian stores. “They are feel-good campaigns … for producers. They make you feel good because you see your product being promoted in your market, in your local arena, in your local grocery store. “The truth of the matter is that we need the Canadian consumer to recognize a Canadian product, and if they don’t see a Canadian product, (they will) go down to the butcher, ring the bell and say: ‘Where is the Canadian product?’” Canada is a giant world exporter of pork but it also imports much pork from the United States.

The truth is that provincial marketing efforts are floundering and don’t work. CURTISS LITTLEJOHN PORK MARKETING CANADA

National pork promoter Curtiss Littlejohn told producers at the Manitoba Swine Seminar that grocery store chains and consumers want to buy local pork, but they see “Canadian” as local. | ED WHITE PHOTO The various pork cuts imported into Canada each week equal about 40,000 pigs, which is the production of a typical full-size hog slaughter plant.

That’s a big loss of sales to Canadian producers, Littlejohn said. Pork Marketing Canada, a new agency formed to push domestic Canadian pork sales, wants all gro-

cers to be selling Canadian pork and advertising a Canada brand on the meat. Many producers have been furious at Costco because its fresh pork generally comes from the United States but Littlejohn said that’s about to change. “That’s been four years in the works,” said Littlejohn. He said the local food movement is good for the potential of Canadian pork sales but producers might have to expand their definition of local. National chains like Sobey’s, Loblaws/Superstore, Wal-Mart and Costco see “Canadian as a local brand, so that’s why producers need to support the national branding campaign,” Littlejohn said. “They are all looking at a Canadianbranded product.”


Young farmer eager to give views at SCA New perspective | The District 9A board member raises livestock and has an off-farm job BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

MEDSTEAD, Sask. — Ryan Sommerfeld knows he has a lot to learn about cattle politics and policy. But the 29-year-old, who with his wife, Michelle, and his parents, Ray and Pauline, raises 220 cow-calf pairs north of Medstead, Sask., said he is up to the challenge. Sommerfeld was appointed by the board of the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association to fill the vacancy in District 9A after no one stepped forward to run in last fall’s election. “I think it’s a pretty good opportunity to kind of make a difference,” he said. “I’m younger and maybe bring a different perspective.” He experienced the difficulty that all cattle producers have faced since BSE. The difference between him and many others is that he was just getting started and the conditions made it hard to expand. “It’s been a very big struggle,” he said. Sommerfeld returned to join the family Gelbvieh operation in 2001. He said raising cattle is in his blood and the plan is to take over from his parents at some point. The family turned to Gelbviehs about 10 years ago, preferring the maternal traits and moderate size. Calving began Jan. 26. About 80 percent of the cows are purebreds and the Sommerfelds sell between 20 and 25 bulls each year. They retain about 40 heifers. Sommerfeld said producers need access=subscriber section=news,none,none

Ryan Sommerfeld raises Gelbvieh cattle with his parents near Medstead, Sask. He is the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association director for District 9A. | FILE PHOTO to work toward a better forage insurance program, cattle price insurance and something to help young farmers survive the first few years in the industry. He works at the Spiritwood Stockyards and helps a neighbour with harvest to help make ends meet. Last year, he also worked with the Cana-

dian Cattle Identification Agency scanning project. He said it is an exciting time to be in the cattle business. “It seems like there is a lot of optimism right now,” he said. Prices have been good and trade deals are opening some doors. The addition of the SCA to the pro-

vincial scene is also positive. “A lot of producers will be unhappy and won’t say anything,” he said. “This empowers small producers to have a little stronger voice.” Sommerfeld isn’t afraid to speak his mind and hopes to raise the profile of the SCA in his district and around the province.

Hog leader says sector in rebound, not recovery Statistics Canada numbers based on bad years BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

Canadian Pork Council president Jurgen Preugschas thinks a new Statistics Canada report needs some perspective. The agency published 2010 farm cash receipts numbers Feb. 23 that suggested the hog industry was the farm economy’s bright spot, boasting a 15.7 percent increase in sales to $3.3 billion because prices rose almost 20 percent to their highest level since 2005. Realized net income figures that account for expenses and depreciation will not be available from Statistics Canada until late May. They will offer a better bottom line picture of the industry last year. Preugschas said the optimistic gross receipts numbers have to be carefully parsed. “We are coming off so many bad years that a high percentage increase is calculated on the very low base,” he said. “I would not say last year was the boom year those numbers would suggest.” He said it was a year when 500 producers, close to six percent of the industry, left the business. For his farm near Mayerthorpe, Alta., 2010 was the fourth consecutive year of losses. “Things picked up in the last quarter, but we still ended the year in a loss position.” The Statistics Canada report also noted that while cash receipts increased dramatically, hog marketings fell three percent to their lowest level since 2002. A government sow herd buyout, the strong Canadian dollar and the impact of country-of-origin labelling in the United States conspired to reduce sales and exports. “There are some signs that the industry is rebounding, but I think it’s way too early to tell if we are climbing out of the hole,” Preugschas said while attending the Canadian Federation of Agriculture annual meeting in Ottawa. “Those numbers don’t necessarily reflect a rebound.” Federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz agreed. He told reporters after a speech to the CFA that the hog industry is a cyclical industry, in and out of the trough. “Lately, they’ve been sort of under the trough,” he said. “A little rebound does not a recovery make. We saw that with our (national) economic recovery, we recognize that with the pork sector. We’re going to work with them to make it stronger.” Ritz said there are positive signs for the industry after years of losses and tough times. “We look with positive feelings towards where they’re going,” he said. “We certainly look at record exports in 2010. We look at markets like Korea that are coming on board, Russia and so on that are picking up a lot more pork products.” access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none


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Crops, global economy face weather challenges Drought, floods, storms more intense | Farmers will need crop varieties that can withstand harsh conditions SINGAPORE (Reuters) — Witnesses to Cyclone Yasi’s destructive tear across northeastern Australia described it as a monster for its size and ferocity. It was also an omen. Climate scientists say global warming is heating up the world’s oceans and atmosphere, providing more fuel for tropical cyclones and creating ever greater risks for crops, miners and billion-dollar beachfronts. The risks from stronger storms strike right through the heart of the global economy, affecting food security and inflation, iron ore and coal production and higher insurance losses. Particularly vulnerable are Asia’s booming coastal megacities from Manila to Karachi, large areas of the U.S. around the Gulf of Mexico and the east coast, Australia’s iron ore and northern coal mines and tropical Asia’s rice-growing river deltas. Insurers say unrelenting development along coastlines is placing more homes, businesses and infrastructure in the path of destruction that will drive up insurance losses. United Nations data says the number of people living in cities in Asia is expected to grow to more than three billion in 2050 from 231 million in 1950. Climate change and stronger storms are also a growing threat to Asia’s rice crop. Asia grows 90 percent of the world’s rice, and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) estimates an additional eight to 10 million tonnes of rice needs to be produced each year. This means that disruption from droughts, floods and storms can hurt supplies and cause price spikes. Reinsurer Munich Re said 950 access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

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A woman fertilizes bean seeds with ash at a former rice paddy in the southern Mekong delta city of Can Tho. As climate change creates greater risks for many farmers around the world, Vietnam has already taken steps to adapt by converting some paddies to other uses. | REUTERS/JOHN RUWITCH PHOTO natural catastrophes were recorded last year, 90 percent of which were weather-related events such as storms and floods, making it the year with the second-highest number of natural catastrophes since 1980. A major climate study in 2010 based on the results of a range of computer models concluded there was likely to be a substantial increase in the number of storms in the severe category range of three to five, with five being the maximum. Overall, storms would be two to 11 percent more intense by 2100 and rainfall would increase 20 percent near the centre, it predicted. “Since the early 1990s, we have seen a significant increase in the number

of hurricanes in the Atlantic,” said Peter Hoeppe of Munich Re, pointing to a natural cycle in which hurricane numbers vary over several decades. “We think now we have a mixture of two phenomena, one is the natural oscillation and the other is the steady increase in sea surface temperatures due to global warming. And this adds up to increased risks.” Although the study also found there might be a drop in the number of storms in the Pacific Ocean and around Australia, the storms that did form would tend to be more dangerous. Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma in 2005 highlighted that risk, as did Hurricane Andrew that struck

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through the Irrawaddy Delta in Myanmar in 2008, killed or left missing 140,000 people and triggered a 2.5 metre storm surge that inundated much of the delta, wiping out a third of the rice crop. Reiner Wassmann, IRRI’s co-ordinator of climate change research, said new varieties of rice that were flood and salt water tolerant would help reduce losses from storms. Fastergrowing varieties could also help farmers avoid the typhoon season. Australia’s $2 billion sugar cane crop is particularly vulnerable to more powerful storms. Floods over the past several months caused losses of $500 million, said Steve Greenwood, chief executive officer of Queensland’s Canegrowers Association. Cyclone Yasi, a large category 5 storm, caused further losses of up to a quarter of the remaining crop. While Greenwood said there was little farmers could do faced with 250 km/h winds that smashed cane stems, new varieties could at least reduce losses from flooding. Hoeppe expected insurance losses to rise, partly because of greater risks to mines. Australia is the world’s top iron ore exporter and also a top thermal and coking coal producer. Climate change was already pMunich Re says weather related natural catastrophes have tripled in the past 30 years in Australia. “I think what people are still coming to grips with is how the traditional civil engineering design guidelines around return periods. Those are going to change,” said Peter Lilly, a senior minerals and energy strategist at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. “The historical one in 100, one in 200 and one in 500 years events are going to change. The traditional design criteria are going to have to change.”




Weeds gain Scientist warns of possible new glyphosate danger strength as earth warms Carbon dioxide acts as feed for grassy weeds BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Global warming will create tougher weeds that require higher rates of herbicide to kill, according to a new study. Published in the latest issue of Weed Science, the study shows that carbon dioxide acts as a fertilizer to grassy weeds, creating stronger plants that are more resistant to glyphosate, the world’s most popular herbicide. Carbon dioxide levels have increased from a preindustrial era concentration of 280 parts per million to 379 ppm in 2005. Scientists expect those levels to further double by 2100. Michelle Leishman, associate professor with the department of biological sciences at Australia’s Macquarie University, examined the effects of elevated carbon dioxide levels on four species of grass. The plants were grown in greenhouse experiments under today’s carbon dioxide levels of 380 to 420 ppm and elevated conditions of 675 to 715 ppm. They were then sprayed with glyphosate. Leishman discovered a significantly higher survival rate for plants grown under the elevated carbon dioxide conditions. “ T h e i n c re a s e d t o l e ra n c e t o glyphosate that we found is most likely to be due to increased biomass growth of plants under elevated carbon dioxide conditions,” she said in an e-mail. “A larger amount of foliage simply m e a n s t hat m o re h e r b i c i d e i s required.” The three grass species that showed significantly higher survival rates under the elevated carbon dioxide conditions produced 39 to 83 percent more biomass and 24 to 67 percent more leaf area than the same plants grown under ambient conditions. The only species that didn’t have a significantly higher survival rate experienced a five percent decrease in biomass and a 34 percent decline in leaf area. The study concluded that the larger amount of biomass and leaf area was diluting the glyphosate in the weeds and rendering the herbicide less effective. The results are consistent with previous studies. “This suggests that increasing atmospheric concentrations of carb o n d i ox i d e m i g ht re q u i re a n increase in application rates of glyphosate, which could have significant economic and environmental consequences,” said the paper. In other words, global warming means farmers are going to be paying more for weed control and causing further harm to the environment by increasing the risk of water contamination. “ We h o p e t h a t o u r r e s e a r c h prompts herbicide producers to undertake more research into applications rates required under the many aspects of climate change,” said Leishman. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none


KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Reuters) — Qu e s t i o n s a b o u t t h e s a f e t y o f glyphosate have resurfaced in a warning from a U.S. scientist that claims it may contribute to plant disease and health problems for farm animals. Plant pathologist and retired Purdue University professor Don Huber wrote a letter to U.S. agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack in January warning that a newly discovered and widespread “electron microscopic pathogen appears to significantly impact the health of plants, animals, and probably human beings.” He said the pathogen appears to be connected to use of glyphosate. Monsanto, which makes the largest selling glyphosate-based chemical, Roundup, scoffed at the allegations.

It said its own research as well as independent field studies and tests by multiple U.S. universities do not corroborate Huber’s claims. “Monsanto is not aware of any reliable studies that demonstrate Roundup Ready crops are more susceptible to certain diseases or that the application of glyphosate to Roundup Ready crops increases a plant’s susceptibility to diseases,” the company said in a written statement. Huber co-ordinates a committee of the American Phytopathological Society as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Plant Disease Recovery System. He is a long-standing critic of biotech crops, such as Monsanto’s Roundup Ready soybean and corn, which have been

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Huber said in his letter that the findings were at an early stage, but it appeared side effects of glyphosate use may have facilitated growth of the pathogen or allowed it to cause greater harm to weakened plant and animal hosts. He requested USDA participation in an investigation and urged a moratorium on approvals of Roundup Ready crops. USDA officials declined to comment about the letter’s contents. “We’re review ing it, and w ill respond directly to Dr. Huber, rather than responding through the media,” said USDA spokesperson Andre Bell. Roundup has long been a draw for critics, who say the herbicide promotes widespread weed resistance. access=subscriber section=news,none,none





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Barry Hall retires | He called the Triffid situation a big disappointment

Saskatchewan’s rural municipalities already know they are getting $23.5 million to improve roads and bridges, a month before the provincial budget is to be read in the legislature. That amount is the same as the 2010-11 fiscal year, said highways minister Jim Reiter. Last year’s money paid for improvements on 280 kilometres of roads and nearly 70 bridges and culverts. Reiter said he expects a similar outcome this year. “You can never predict how tenders


The changing of the guard at the Flax Council of Canada should be seamless as a Hill replaces a Hall. “Just cross out a letter on the (business) card,” said council chair Terry James. William Hill replaces retiring Barry Hall as president of the council effective March 1. “With Will Hill, we’ve got a very experienced individual who knows international grain markets and is very aware of production issues that western Canadian producers have had in the past,” said James. Hill has 30 years of experience in the Canadian grain industry, including senior management positions as president of ICE Futures Canada, senior vice-president of Saskatchewan Wheat Pool’s grain group and managing director of merchandising and transportation at United Grain Growers. James praised Hall for his 18 years of service with the council, including the last 11 as president. He called him a “steady statesman” who helped develop a food market for what had been an exclusively industrial crop and credited him for elevating public awareness of flax’s nutritional properties. He was also pleased with Hall’s handling of the Triffid case, when an unwanted genetically modified trait that contaminated the supply system sent the industry into a tailspin in 2009. “He was the captain of the ship and did a good job in steering us to being able to maintain some semblance of a European marketplace,” said James. Hall called the Triffid case the biggest disappointment of his career because it wiped out a burgeoning and high-value human consumption market for the crop. “It’s not the way that I would have hoped to have left the industry,” said the 70-year-old. Before Triffid was found in shipments, 20 percent of Canadian flax sold to Europe went to food markets. That high-margin container business evaporated overnight. Hall agreed with James that his main contribution to the industry was getting flax recognized in the United States and offshore markets for its nutritional qualities. The crop is now used to produce omega 3 eggs and pork. He’s also proud of the work the council did in convincing the federal government to fund a project with Cibus Global to create a non-GM herbicide tolerant flax that should boost yields. That work could lead to future traits such as modified fatty acid profiles. Hall thinks the Cibus project could be one of the keys to flax’s survival. “The crop will go through several tough years here, but long-term I think you’re going to see a tremendous resurgence.” James said finding ways to make flax more agronomically competitive access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

with other crops will be at the top of Hill’s to-do list along with finding a resolution to the Triffid issue. Hall said the first thing he is going to do in retirement is take a trip to Europe, but this time it will have nothing to do with trying to establish a low level GM presence policy. He’s going to visit his daughter’s family living in the south of France, where he can reflect on his career with the council.

The crop will go through several tough years here, but long-term I think you’re going to see a tremendous resurgence. BARRY HALL FORMER FLAX COUNCIL OF CANADA PRESIDENT

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are going to come in.” The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities administers the Municipal Roads for the Economy Program (MREP) on behalf of a management board that includes representatives from the ministry. MREP was designed to provide costshared funding to municipalities that see increased traffic from economic growth. It is targeted at developing primary weight truck haul routes. Reiter said announcing the money now allows RMs to get everything in place to begin construction as soon as the weather permits. The construction season was hampered last year by wet conditions. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Foot problems warrant prompt attention Most lameness starts in foot | Accurate diagnosis vital to animal’s recovery BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH

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Laminitis, caused by digestive upsets, results in bone detaching from the hoof wall and sinking down to the sole. | FILE PHOTO

Hairy heel wart (digital dermatitis) is characterized by erosion between the heel bulbs and strawberrylike granulation tissue. Animals will react strongly if the area is touched. | WCVM PHOTO

DENVER, Colo. — Ninety percent of lameness in cattle starts in the foot, making it important to accurately diagnosis the condition before it becomes untreatable. Causes vary by season and can be traced to animal handling, Tom Edwards, a private veterinarian in Nebraska with a large feedlot practice, told the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association annual convention last month. A 2007 beef quality audit reported 31 percent of bulls and 16 percent of cows in packing house holding pens were lame. “We are seeing more packing plants turning those away so we have to look at the whole industry to see what we can do,” said beef specialist Connie Larson of Zinpro Corp. The same audit estimated three to four percent of calves and about eight p e rc e nt o f b re e d i n g s t o c k a re destroyed due to lameness. Sore feet reduce animal productivity and longevity because they struggle to walk and get to feed. “If we have lower foot problems, that means we can divert more nutrients for better growth of these animals,” Larson said. Cattle need proper micro and macronutrients for foot and joint health. Larson said many forages are low in critical trace elements for the foot: • zinc for skin integrity, growth and repair; • manganese for skeletal soundness; • copper for tissue building in the foot as well as Vitamin E and selenium. The latter two work together, but too much selenium can affect horn and claw tissue in cattle and horses and cause lameness. Edwards said correctly diagnosing the infection is important because it often becomes a decision between whether to treat the disease or sell the animal for salvage value. “We have to get a lot quicker on some of the decisions we make,” he said. Watch for bobbing heads

This is a severe sole ulcer in typical position on the lateral hindclaw. | WCVM PHOTO

This foot rot picture shows swelling and redness above the hoof. Note the separation of the claws and the necrotic tissue between the claws. | WCVM PHOTO

Edwards tells clients to watch how an animal walks. It may or may not have a pronounced limp, but the head will bob down if the back foot is lame because the animal tries to keep weight off the sore part. The head bobbing up likely means the front foot is affected. The foot must be examined if a problem is noted. This must be done carefully because it can be dangerous for the handler and not all chutes are designed to allow easy access to the animal’s feet.

Toe abscesses are caused by a sole penetration that leads to an infection under the hoof wall. The hoof is soft and easily worn down to the sensitive part of the foot, especially around the toes. The outside front foot is most severely affected. The outside rear toe is the next most common area. The toes can be trimmed at the tips to relieve pressure from the swelling. Foot rot is the most common form of lameness in cattle. It is most often apparent one to two weeks after the soft tissue between the toes has sustained damage in mud or rough or frozen edges on the ground. The animal may pick up infectious bacteria from the soil. Producers should examine the area of the foot between the toes. Swollen and foul smelling soft tissue means it is foot rot. It is generally treated with long acting antibiotics. Topical medications are of little value and use of iodine in the feed has questionable results. Adding zinc to the diet may help prevent it. “It is a lot better if we get zinc into them as a calf,” Edwards said. Sand cracks are vertical fissures and are often seen on cow-calf operations. They are caused by nutritional deficiencies, but some genetic lines are more susceptible than others. The cracks can spread and lead to an infection. Laminitis results from digestive upsets. The animal will walk slowly and softly. The P3 bone in the foot may detach from the hoof wall, rotate and sink down and come through the sole of the foot. There is no effective treatment for beef cattle. Hairy heel warts, also called digital dermatitis, are seen more frequently in dairy cattle but are appearing more often in beef cattle. The condition is highly infectious. A raw, cherry-red lesion develops around the heel and the sore may develop hairy looking growths. The animal is reluctant to walk and may cock its foot up to take tension off the heel. Antibiotics and foot baths may work, but it is a difficult condition to treat. It is often misdiagnosed as foot rot. Other hoof injuries & infections Hoof injuries are another cause of lameness. They most often result when an animal’s toe is caught and damaged in a poorly designed or maintained facility. Check equipment every day before using it. Small metal fragments can cause injuries. access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none








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Researchers develop tools to identify, prevent lameness in cattle

2. Walks with a hunched back 3. Stands and walks with a hunched back 4. Stands and walks with a hunched back, favours a leg 5. Refuses to bear weight on one leg, has difficulty walking Those scoring in the four to five range should not go to market because they are at risk of becoming nonambulatory. Injuries of this type should not be left to heal on their own because they can turn into severe infections. Producers shouldn’t scatter sand in alleyways to improve traction because it hurts cattle’s feet and can worsen a pre-existing condition. Bruises, abrasions, fractures, sprains and strains result in swelling and are often caused by poor handling. Cattle with foot infections need ample bedding because they will lie down a lot. Swollen joints can also cause lameness and can take four to six weeks to heal. Swelling may be caused by an injury or an infection that developed in the joint after foot rot was improperly treated. The front fetlock, hock and elbow are the areas most commonly affected. The bacteria E. coli, histophilus or pasteurella are the usual causes of infection. Swollen joints are painful and the animal may not be able to eat enough for minimum body maintenance, much less gain weight. They require long-term therapy. Euthanasia may be advised if the animal is under a long withdrawal time for a medication when the swollen joint is diagnosed. Non-ambulatory or downer animals should be euthanized. They may be down because of a central nervous system disorder and a vet should be consulted. Responsible care for downer animals includes giving them time to recover with feed and water and turning them so blood does not collect in one spot. Larson said she lets a cow stay down for three days and then is likely to recommend humane euthanization. She said it is unacceptable to drag these animals with chains. They can be moved with a sled, low boy trailer or the bucket of a front end loader. Larson advises her clients to take courses about the proper handling and transportation of animals.


LINDELL BEACH, B.C. — Lameness is a common ailment that affects cattle, especially feedlot cattle and stocker calves. Researchers at Kansas State University want to reduce such incidents. “The incidence of lameness varies based on production systems (such as) dairy cows, feedlot calves, bull studs or cow-calf operations,” said David Anderson, professor of clinical sciences at KSU. “In dairy cows, lameness is a common problem and affects 10 to 20 percent of cows in a given herd.” He identified causes such as the environment, management, nutrition, herd factors and infectious agents such as spirochete associated with bovine digital dermatitis. Anderson said lameness affects one percent of calves in feedlots, but disease outbreaks such as Mycoplasma bovis infection can dramatically increase this. It can significantly affect producers’ bottom line through production losses. However, many of these diseases aren’t understood enough. A damaged hoof or sole can result in ulcers, abscesses or infection of deep tissue. The condition can cause severe pain during weight bearing. “At this time, no universally accepted methods for objective assessment of lameness exist,” said Anderson. “We are in the process of developing an algorithm for the study of lameness. We have established a model in which we can control the onset, severity and duration of lameness. This model will allow us to develop robust detection methods for the study of discrete changes in weight bearing and responses to prevention and treatment strategies.” Anderson is working on pressure map technology, which measures weight bearing and method of stride, while other researchers are analyzing indicators of pain in the blood and studying accelerometry, which uses monitors to measure the behavioural responses of animals. “Pressure map technology allows us to study every aspect of the way cattle walk,” said Anderson. “We can map the weight bearing pressure, the direction of force throughout all phases of the stride and measure differences in the way access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none

» Accelerometry uses a gyroscope

» Pressure maps yield real-time

cattle move weight from one digit to another as well as from one limb to another. This technology should allow real time monitoring of lameness in herds in much the same way somatic cell counts can be monitored in milk, or feed intake and weight gain can be monitored. This should allow early detection of lameness to optimize treatment of an individual cow (as well as) intervention of lameness outbreaks, which will limit the impact of lameness on productivity.” Anderson said cattle with two toes per foot walk better, perform better, live longer and have more productive

lives than cattle in which one digit has been removed. New procedures have been developed in the last 10 years to preserve toes. This management is the most successful when procedures are performed early in the progression of a disease. Dr ug therapy is complicated because of the threat of contamination to meat and milk. Researchers hope studying the efficacy of drugs and determining their clearance from the body will help farmers treat cattle, meet production needs and protect the public. They are researching therapeutic

mechanism to show how an animal stands, walks or lies down and is a useful tool in diagnosing potential lameness problems.

results showing how an animal distributes weight from one digit to another and from one foot to another.

models and identifying drugs such as flunixin and meloxicam to help reduce pain and lameness. “Accelerometry is a process of using gyroscopic technology to simultaneously measure the position of the limb in three planes: up and down, side to side and front to back,” Anderson said. “We can determine if a given calf is lying down or standing and if a standing calf is still or walking.” Researchers can examine an animal for 24 hours using accelerometry monitors to determine how much time an animal spends lying down, moving around or standing still. “In some of our studies where clinical lameness scores were not different from lame calves with different treatments for lameness, we were able to differentiate calves based on how much time they spent walking during the time they were standing.” Prevention is the ultimate goal of the research. Anderson said the KSU researchers frequently discuss lameness research with experts at Canadian veterinary colleges. “By studying how cattle walk and how the various risk factors influence these patterns, we (feel) we will be able to greatly decrease the incidence of lameness. “We would fully expect that these technologies would translate well to Canadian dairy farms and feedlots.”





Feedlots suffer from 2010 mud Cattle sink into clay | Owners will need new claybeds, fencing, additional gravel BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

Saskatchewan feedlot infrastructure took a beating last year, and operators say it will take years to recover. The wet conditions forced them to reduce stocking densities, resulting in lower revenue and a delay in recovery, said Brad Welter, cattle manager at the 28,500-head PoundMaker feedlot near Lanigan, Sask. He said capacity dropped by 35 percent at Pound-Maker because pens were too muddy. Manure that should have been removed last fall

was piled because there was nowhere to spread it. More pens became available after freeze-up but that is about to end. “We’ve got to reduce numbers in a huge way before the spring breakup because we’ve got all that leftover manure that we couldn’t get out,” he said. “It just going to cause even more problems in the spring when the winter manure is added to it.” At Plains Livestock near Porcupine Plain, Sask., manager Bruce Edwards said the 10,000-head lot is at 8,000 head right now. Last summer it was only a quarter to a third full.

“It was maybe a blessing that we didn’t have a whole lot of cattle,” he said. “At least we could move the cattle around.” Edwards said conditions were so bad that cattle were sinking down into the clay base in each pen. Welter agreed that most pens will have to be re-landscaped because the clay eroded. That will be one of the biggest costs facing feedlots. “It could be a long time coming,” Welter said. “Things have to be cleaned out, dried out and new clay and fill will have to be hauled in, packed in and re-landscaped.”

Most Saskatchewan feedlot owners do not qualify for the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program because earnings must be less than $2 million annually. | FILE PHOTO Concrete feed aprons and water bowl pads are eroding and breaking off. Fencing sat in mud too long and needs fixing. “We’ve lost all our gravel in our feed alleys,” added Edwards. Bale damage and waste was significant, and more bedding is needed to keep cattle content and healthy. Yardage costs will have to increase.

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Welter said a survey of feedlot operators in Saskatchewan found the problem is widespread. Most are coping because the ground is frozen, but the spring thaw is just weeks away. Operators are nervously eying the calendar and their manure piles. “We’re going to have some issues,” said Welter. “This backlog of manure is not going to be fixed in one year. We’ve got several years of catching up to do.” Edwards said his costs of dealing with manure have probably tripled. “We touched it three or four times with a track hoe,” he said. “It’s piled in fields, not even spread, so we’re going to have to touch it again. It takes cash flow to remove all that manure.” Some manure will be composted and spread later, but no one knows when that will happen. Manure isn’t the only concern. Runoff holding ponds that are supposed to empty through evaporation are full. “We’re going to have all this new runoff so they’re going to overflow,” said Welter. Andy Jansen, manager of agricultural operations for the provincial agriculture ministry, told the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association annual meeting in January that the government wants to know as soon as possible if an intensive livestock operation anticipates problems this spring. He said holding ponds designed for a one-in-50-year or one-in-100-year event are likely maxed out after last year’s rainfall. A large spring runoff and manure piled on a high water table could present challenges. “We’re into what I would call unique conditions, where producers may not have been able to manage their operations the way they usually do,” he said in an interview. “I would rather know about them now.” The ministry’s role is to evaluate the risk and offer advice, he added. Edwards said there aren’t many options. The ponds will have to be pumped onto land owned by the feedlot, but it is already saturated. Individuals and some businesses qualify for help under the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program, but larger feedlots don’t qualify because their gross revenues are too high. Under the assistance program, small businesses must earn at least $6,000 but no more than $2 million. Welter said some operators have told him they won’t be able to rebuild or make repairs. “That’s disappointing,” he said. “I think that over time a lot of this will get rebuilt and repaired and replaced but it’s going to take some time and some money to do it. In my mind it won’t all be rebuilt without some help.” Agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud said he has heard the concerns and is looking for ways to help. He suggested changes could be made to the disaster assistance plan’s cap.




Measuring device tests for freemartins ANIMAL HEALTH


Freemartins can also be identified with a blood test performed by a veterinarian


roducers have several options when checking for and identifying freemartins in their herds. Freemartins are often associated with twins and are a common phenomena, considering that half the twin sets are mixed sexes. Freemartins should be identified early to make sure they are not kept as replacements or sold as replacement heifers. Losses can add up if producers try for several years to breed unidentified sterile freemartins. It is far better to identify them and put them into the feedlot with the non-replacement heifers. They will perform exceptionally. Ninety to 95 percent of the heifers in mixed sex twins are true freemartins. A farmer could presume they are all freemartins and put them all on the culling list. But in some cases, such as when dealing with valuable breeding stock, it is good to test and identify the five percent that could be kept as breeding animals. Freemartins grow extremely well because of the influence of male hormones. They will often be in the top 25 percent of the heifers for size and are often considered for replacements if not identified. I have often detected freemartins when palpating heifers for select replacement sales. You can write “twin” on the ear tag, use a different colour or tag the opposite ear. Writing “twin” helps the feedlot or producer down the road. I notch the tags on twins, which draws attention and makes them easy to sort later. Producers can identify freemartins by examining the external genitalia. A prominent clitoris and loosely attached or feathery vulval lips are a dead give away. The genital opening may be located down between the back legs toward where the prepuce would be on a bull. A commercially available device helps identify freemartins with more normal looking external genitalia. It measures the depth of the vaginal vault when inserted into the vagina and can be used on newborns up to a few days old. It has negative (short measurement), middle (indeterminate) and positive (long) positions. The short or negative positions mean the animal is a freemartin. This device also works with bison. I used it on a 300 pound suspect freemartin bison heifer and it confirmed the suspicion. A blood test is also available. Veterinarians draw whole blood and send it to the Saskatchewan Research Council laboratory in Saskatoon. access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none

The measuring device and blood test are extremely accurate. Otherwise, producers will need to wait until the heifers are much older before they can be palpated to determine freemartin status. Occasionally a freemartin heifer is not born as a twin. The likely explanation is that it started as a twin and the other fetus was resorbed. As long as the pregnancy reaches 60 days with both fetuses, the male fetus will exert enough hormonal influence on the heifer for it to become a freemartin. These single freemartins will be missed at birth. A tell tale sign is a heifer that sprays urine straight back rather than down in a stream like a normal heifer.

Palpating prospective replacement heifers will identify pregnant ones and pick up the freemartins. Here are other factors to watch for: • beware of single dairy heifers for sale because they are often freemartins; • freemartin heifers should be fed with the heifers rather than the steers because they can be ridden and picked on in the steer pen; • some freemartins have rudimentary ovarian tissue and will cycle; • they do a bit better with a steer implant. Roy Lewis is a veterinarian practising in Westlock, Alta.

A device to measure the depth of the vaginal vault helps identify freemartins. A short or negative position means the animal is a freemartin. | ROY LEWIS PHOTO

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Receipts dip but farmers optimistic Revenue above five year average | The higher Canadian dollar and global recession hurt exports BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

Cash receipts fell almost $800 million last year because of a sharp decrease in crop returns from the market, says Statistics Canada. Farm program payments also fell, while livestock sector gross income rebounded, said the agency’s preliminary 2010 farm receipts report published Feb. 23. Still, $43.8 billion in gross income was higher than the fiveyear average. Statistics Canada is expected to release its first estimate of realized net farm income, which deducts production costs and depreciation from gross receipts, in late May. That report will also include figures on whether Canada’s record $63 billion farm debt grew again last year for the 18th straight year. The news of the decline in farm revenue landed in the middle of the annual meeting of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture in Ottawa, but it did little to dent the optimistic mood that infused the convention. “I’m optimistic about the industry,” re-elected president Ron Bonnett said in an interview. “The horticulture sector is having challenges and the livestock industry

is having a feeble recovery, but I think we are headed in the right direction.” Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz told reporters after a Feb. 23 speech to the convention that cash receipts are down in grain and oilseeds because the global recession reduced demand. “We also saw our dollar going up in comparison to other dollars and that shows up in trade distortions,” he said. “Overall, though, the farming sector is very optimistic. I point to the survey that Farm Credit Canada did that shows two-thirds of farmers saying they are better off than they were five years ago and 76 percent saying that the next five years are going to be great.” Statistics Canada said crop receipts fell almost $1.5 billion to their lowest level since 2007. Prices rose in the last quarter of the year but the overall result was a decline because of lower prices and lower marketings, particularly in wheat. The biggest hit was in Alberta, where year-over-year receipts were down almost six percent, more than $550 million. However, cash receipts were higher in the last quarter than in the comparable 2009 period. Livestock receipts increased $850

Worries about the violent revolution in Libya and the effect of rising crude oil costs on the global economic recovery caused investors to retreat from risk toward the safe haven of currencies such as the Swiss franc. But corporations and consumers are mostly upbeat about the coming year. For the week, the TSX composite fell 0.5 percent, S&P 500 fell 1.7 percent the Dow lost 2.1 percent and the Nasdaq fell 1.9 percent. Cdn. exchanges in $Cdn. U.S. exchanges in $U.S.



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million on the strength of higher cattle prices. The higher dollar and trade implications of country-of-originlabelling in the United States reduced exports, which led to more finishing in Canada with higher returns. The biggest rebound came in the hog sector, where receipts increased 15.7 percent because of higher prices. However,the number of hogs marketed fell three percent to their lowest level since 2002.

Statistics Canada blamed the lower marketings on the smaller herd, a 5.6 percent decline in the number of hog farms and a federal program that encouraged producers to cull breeding sow herds. Meanwhile, a sharp drop in Quebec program payments was the main reason program payments fell $150 million to $3.1 billion. Crop insurance payouts in Saskatchewan helped temper the decline in program payments. access=subscriber section=ag_finance,news section=ag_finance,news,none



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WINNIPEG (Reuters) — Maple Leaf Foods has posted a higher quarterly profit, overcoming rising wheat and meat costs by cutting elsewhere and raising its own prices. Minneapolis spring wheat futures rose more than 60 percent in 2010, largely because of crop failures, while Chicago hog futures climbed by more than a third, pushing costs higher for food processors such as Maple Leaf. The company has already passed along some of those costs to consumers, while cost cutting also added to the bottom line, said chief executive officer Michael McCain.

The closure of meat plants, starting with two in Nova Scotia and British Columbia, looks to boost meat profit margins in 2011, along with price increases in prepared meat, the company said. Earnings for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31 rose by more than one-third to $30.2 million. Profits rose even though Maple Leaf’s sale of its pork plant in Burlington, Ont., held back revenue, which fell nine percent to $1.21 billion. The lower revenue figure also reflected an additional week in the previous year’s fourth quarter. A deadly meat recall in 2008 ham-

mered the company’s shares and earnings, but last year it launched an ambitious plan to rebuild profits by modernizing some plants and closing others. Maple Leaf made peace earlier this year with its second-largest shareholder by giving West Face Capital greater influence, including a seat on the board, amid ongoing investor concerns about a tepid performance by its shares. The company’s yearly profit came in at about half of the previous year’s level, at $25.8 million, after it took more than $70 million in charges during 2010. access=subscriber section=ag_finance,news section=ag_finance,news,none


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Manitoba Food Development Centre looks to upgrade, expand services with new money BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU

The federal and Manitoba governments have invested an additional $2.6 million into the Food Development Centre in Portage la Prairie. The centre, an agency of Manitoba

Agriculture, will use the funds to add food processing space and a warehouse to its building in Portage. “It will allow the Food Development Centre to take on more clients, take on more projects and incorporate some high tech equipment,” said provincial agriculture minister

Stan Struthers. The federal government will contribute $1.56 million toward the project. The province will cover the remaining $1.04 million. “This investment will help their facility better service the agri-food industry both Manitoba and nation-

ally,” said MP for Portage-Lisgar, Candice Hoeppner, in a statement. The warehouse and processing space is part of $7.74 million expansion and renovation of FDC, which began last year. The centre, which generates revenue from clients, is contributing

$1.34 million towards the project. FDC experts help entrepreneurs commercialize ideas and formulations for food products. In 2009-10, FDC staff developed 48 food prototypes and helped launch five new products into the marketplace. access=subscriber section=ag_finance,none section=ag_finance,none,news





Leasing grain bins has income tax implications Farmers receiving incorrect information | Producers urged to get professional tax advice when deciding whether to lease Ve r n P e t e r s i s a c h a r t e r e d accountant and a partner at Stark & Marsh Chartered Accountants in Swift Current, Sask. BY VERN PETERS FREELANCE WRITER

Our chartered accounting firm has become aware of incorrect income tax information provided by leasing companies regarding grain bins. The examples we have seen go something like this. A farmer leases grain bins valued at $100,000 with an option to buy for $10,000 at the end of the lease. The farmer subsequently sells the bins for $100,000 and realizes a capital gain for $90,000. If this was an individual, he would use the capital gains deduction (CGD) and pay no income tax. Individuals who had no CGD remaining would pay tax on only one-half of the gain. The examples also state that leasing has succession planning benefits

when transferring the bins to children. However, none of this is correct. The Income Tax Act has envisioned leasing arrangements and the disparity that could exist between buying and leasing an asset. Subsection 13 (5.2) addresses leasing of depreciable property. When the farmer exercises the option to buy, $10,000 is added to the capital cost allowance (CCA) pool for Class 6. However, subsection 13 (5.2) also deems that the cost for recaptured CCA purposes will be higher if the fair market value at the time of purchase exceeds the purchase price ($10,000 in the above example). It seems clear from the example that the grain bins likely had a fair market value of at least $100,000 at the time the purchase option was exercised. Subsection 13 (5.2) deems the cost added to Class 6 to be the lesser of the fair market value when the option is exercised and the total of previous lease payments expensed plus the purchase option.

Farmers are warned to think twice about leasing grain bins if they hope to get a tax break. | FILE PHOTO It likely is fair to assume that the total of the lease payments plus the purchase option is greater than $100,000. Therefore, the cost for recaptured CCA purposes is deemed to be $100,000. Subsection 13 (5.2) also deems that $90,000 of CCA has previously been claimed. We will assume that grain bins were the only addition to Class 6 and that the

farmer claimed no CCA on this class. The farmer will realize recaptured CCA of $90,000 when the bins are sold for $100,000. This is not a capital gain. The entire $90,000 of recaptured CCA will be taxed as farm income. Even if the bins were sold for $120,000 and there was a capital gain on the sale, this gain likely would not be eligible for the CGD. It is generally accepted that grain bins are movable property , but the CGD is available only for real or immovable property. Real property includes land or buildings affixed to the land. Grain bins do not meet this definition. The claim that leasing provides a benefit for intergenerational rollover is also erroneous. Leasing or buying grain bins does not affect the ability to transfer bins to children on a tax deferred basis. This can be done during the parent’s lifetime. Using the facts from the above example, a parent may want payment from a child only for the final purchase option of $10,000. Assum-

ing other criteria are met, as contained in section 73, the parent would show a disposition of $10,000 to Class 6 and the child would show an addition of $10,000 to Class 6. The potential recapture of $90,000 will also become the child’s when the bins are sold. Let’s say that the bins had originally been bought and the undepreciated capital cost of Class 6 was now $62,329. These bins were the only assets in that class. The child pays $10,000 for the bins. The parent would show a disposition of $62,329 to Class 6 and the child would show an addition of $62,329 to Class 6. The potential recapture of $37,671 would also become the child’s when the bins are sold. You must have the best information available when deciding whether to lease or buy assets. If you have wrong information, you may end up with an income tax surprise later. Discuss leasing versus buying with your income tax professional.


Giving assets before death may have advantages over a will MONEY IN YOUR POCKET



here are tough decisions to make when preparing for the ultimate disposition of hard earned assets to family members. We all want to make this transition as seamless as possible and we all believe that discord among our beneficiaries is unlikely. However, there are enough horror stories around to suggest that the process doesn’t always bring out the best in people. That is because wills, as iron tight as you might think they are, frequently become open to legal interpretation, particularly when it comes to understanding your intentions behind certain choices. If you are not around, who will be there to explain your intentions? An alternative to the will is gifting some assets during your lifetime so there is no misunderstanding about why you arrived at the deci-

sions you did. There are arguments for taking either route when transferring assets to family members. However, if you are confident that you will have enough to live on during your retirement after you have gifted a modest or significant portion of your estate, then it may be a good strategy for reducing the probate fees and taxes that might be attached to your estate. That is because you have reduced the overall size of your estate that will be subject to such fees and taxes. More importantly, it may also help reduce family infighting about who gets what after your death. It is important to remember that you cannot take the gift back once you have decided on this approach. However, you can change your will several times as situations change as you get older. A gift of cash from non-registered funds to adult family members other than a spouse/partner usually does not create real tax issues. As well, any future tax liabilities become the recipient’s responsibility once it is invested. However, income from the gifted funds or security is still taxed in the hands of the giver if the recipient of an income-bearing gift is a minor access=subscriber

child or a spouse/partner. Some of the disadvantages of lifetime gifting include integrating the asset with the matrimonial property of the recipient, which could be lost in a divorce or seized by creditors. As well, a gift such as a family cottage or marketable security is deemed to

be sold at fair market value at the time of the gifting, which may result in capital gains tax to the giver. However, distributing such assets through a will delays the imposition of taxes on these items until death and provides for an orderly distribution of assets.

In either case, retain the services of qualified tax specialists or professional advisers to make the most of either gifting or will planning. Larry Roche is a tax analyst with Farm Business Consultants Inc. Contact: fbc@fbc. ca or 800-860-7011.

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Ritz backs tough rail service stand

Rural areas welcome new money for doctors


Prairie farmer frustration with rail service and freight costs bubbled to the surface regularly during last week’s Canadian Federation of Agriculture annual meeting and the complainants won an important ally. Federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz told delegates Feb. 23 that if the final report of the Rail Service Review Panel expected within weeks reaffirms its interim recommendation that the railways be given three years to improve service before government acts, he will oppose it. He became the first Conservative minister to support the call for a cost-

If and when we do a costing review, it has to be holistic. You have to have all the players at the table. GERRY RITZ FEDERAL AG MINISTER

ing review but he said it should study costs in the entire system and not just the railways and freight rates. In answer to a question from Lynn Jacobson, vice-president of Wild Rose Agricultural Producers, about grain transportation and the delay in publishing the final report, Ritz said the interim recommendation of a

three-year moratorium on regulatory action is unacceptable. “A three-year extension from my perspective as agriculture minister is not on,” he said. The report is going to minister of state for transport Rob Merrifield but Ritz said he will be in on the debate. “I plan to play a major role.” And on Jacobson’s demand for a costing review, Ritz said he has not opposed the idea. “If and when we do a costing review, it has to be holistic,” he said. “You have to have all the players at the table. The railways are part of it, the grain companies are part of it, the wheat board is part of it. All that has to be looked at.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none

Funding will train doctors willing to work in rural areas BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

The significance of Ottawa’s announcement of almost $40 million to train rural doctors is not the money or the positions, says Dr. John Wootton. It is in the fact that the federal government appears willing to venture into provincial jurisdiction to begin fixing a problem, said the president of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada. “It is one of the first investments of access=subscriber section=news,none,none

its kind by the federal government,” he said. “It is my hope that it signals a change in direction and that they will be more open to creative solutions.” Canadian Medical Association president Jeff Turnbull said the CMA estimates as many as five million Canadians do not have a family doctor. Funding for 100 new family residency positions in rural Canada is a start, he added. “While more needs to be done, we are encouraged by the announcement of these new residencies in Canada’s rural regions where access to physicians is a constant challenge,” he said in a statement. Health minister Leona Aglukkaq, from the remote Nunavut community of Cambridge Bay, announced that the government will spend $39.5 million to train and support family medicine residents working or willing to work in rural and remote areas. The money comes from a PanCanadian Health Human Resources Strategy announced in an earlier budget. The largest share, $11 million, will support 60 training positions in emergency medicine in Ontario. Saskatchewan will receive $3.4 million to support six new physicians with training in anesthesia or surgery. They will work with the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine. British Columbia will receive $5.9 million for up to 20 residencies. Nunavut, New Brunswick and Newfoundland also receive some of the funding. Wootton said part of the downside with the announcement is that it will be implemented differently in different provinces. “That means it will be difficult to really assess the results. Some may be more successful than others.” He said a lack of statistics and concentrated attention on improving rural health is a problem for rural medicine. Health Canada does not have a rural branch and the CMA does not concentrate on the issue. He said there is not even reliable information on how many physicians practice in rural Canada and how many are needed. “We just don’t know.” Wootton said there is also no guarantee that physicians trained under the program will stay in rural locations. “There is a risk you are just going to increase the number of medical tourists, people who go to rural or remote communities for a few years for the experience and then head back to the city.” Liberals dismissed the Conservative announcement as a Band-Aid solution for a serious problem. “The Liberal plan would help up to 6,000 doctors, nurses and nurse practitioners practice in underserved rural communities by forgiving up to $20,000 of their student debt,” the party said. It also said it would support ruralfocused medical education and training, improve rural health extension programs, encourage rural young people to go to medical school and improve rural internet service.






Sask. increases share of health facility costs Government increases its share of the cost of building new facilities to 80 from 65 percent BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

Raising money to build new regional health facilities got a little easier for municipalities last week when the Saskatchewan government announced it would pay a larger share. For years, the province paid 65 percent of the cost of long-term care facilities and communities paid 35 percent. Raising that amount has been a struggle for many municipalities, and delegates attending the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association’s February convention passed a resolution calling on the province to pay the entire cost. Last week, health minister Don McMorris didn’t go that far but did announce an 80-20 cost-share arrangement. The new formula will cost the government an extra $40 million per year but will save money for communities and rural municipalities. “We were going to have to borrow,” said Kim Carlson, chair of the Redvers and District Community Health Foundation. “It’s a huge saving to us.” The foundation was looking to raise $3.6 million for a new long-term care facilitybutwillseethatcutby$1.2million. Carlson said the changes mean the tenders can go out soon and construction could start in the fall. The 24-bed facility will be added onto the former Centennial longterm care home built in 1967. The old facility will be converted to offices for the Sun Country Health Region, physiotherapy rooms, and maintenance and storage areas. Maple Creek mayor Barry Rudd said the formula change allows his community’s project to include services it was holding out for, such as diabetes treatment and chemotherapy rooms. The town and eight RMs had to raise $12 million and had no problem doing so. Rudd said several people took it upon themselves to raise money and within two weeks had pledges for the entire amount. Some people are paying $250 per year for the next 10 years to see the kind of health care they want, he said. The town’s share is $3 million. “You can’t afford not to (spend the money),” he said. “We’ve lost so many services it’s basically a Band-Aid station.” He said the project should go to

tender by fall. McMorris said the government kept its share below 100 percent because communities need ownership of their projects. “We have an aging infrastructure,” he said. “We want to make sure that communities have a portion of (ownership) but we want to make it easier.” The province’s share will be booked into the current fiscal year, thanks to a strong economy and better than expected revenue.

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PLATES OF PLENTY Modern plate styles can hold huge portions of food. Is it any wonder we keep getting bigger? | Page 92


Vegetable gardens can reap profits but growers need to know how to maintain fertility and manage weeds. GARDENING | GETTING STARTED

Expert gives ABCs of growing asparagus, beans and corn Vegetable plot how-to | Now is the time to test seeds for germination BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

The per acre value of a farm vegetable garden is 20 to 30 times the per acre value of a canola, pea, wheat or barley crop on the Prairies. So says Ieuan Evans, plant pathologist and crop adviser with Agri-Trend Agrology. “One acre of garden equals 50 acres of canola,” the avid horticulturist told a Feb. 16 workshop in Lethbridge. “Remember that.” Evans advised farm gardeners to develop several garden areas on their properties to maintain fertility and provide effective weed control. As well, he recommended rejuvenating any garden older than 20 years. He said farmers starting a new garden plot should first plant the new area to canola, fertilizing for a 60 to 80 bushel crop and then turning the canola under after flowering. They should then plant the area to peas for their nitrogen fixation capacity and turn over the crop after the first pods form. Evans doesn’t recommend crop rotation in the vegetable garden unless disease or serious weed

problems develop. “Don’t be obsessed with rotation. It has its place, but think about whether you need it,” he said. “If you do notice problems, do the rotation. And potatoes you have to rotate because they bring their own diseases with them.” Evans said this is a good time of year for gardeners who save seed from year to year to do germination tests. A quick and easy test involves a plastic pie plate lined with wet paper towels. The seeds should be placed on the moist towels and then sealed in a plastic bag. Counting the sprouts after several days will give a clear indication of seed viability. “A lot of seeds will last a long time, especially if you keep them cool,” said Evans. He recommended fridge storage rather than freezer storage. Small seeds will remain viable longer than large ones. He doesn’t approve of shelterbelts around vegetable gardens, although he acknowledged their use is common. He said shelterbelt trees rob gardens of water and provide a habitat

for garden pests such as mice, birds and deer. When an existing shelterbelt borders a garden, he recommended ripping the soil at about 2 ½ metres from the edge of the trees to damage the roots on the garden side. “This will cut off 99 percent of the water robbing roots in your gardens and give much better vegetable yield,” he said in his garden handout material. He also advocated use of plastic windbreak material for gardens, which he said can be erected cheaply. It will also prevent deer damage if installed on eight-foot fencing. Commercial fertilizers and livestock manure are suitable for the farm garden, he said. Poultry manure at two to three tons per acre will supply most nutrients, but cattle manure or liquid hog manure will also require additional nitrogen application. “All garden crops, with the exception of tomatoes, raspberries and strawberries, should be fertilized as you would for a 50 bu. crop of canola, at least,” he said. “That means there should be 140 to 150 pounds of nitrogen available per acre.” access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none

Crop rotations aren’t always necessary when gardening on the farm. | FILE PHOTOS

BEST PRACTICES FOR PRAIRIE VEGETABLE GARDENS • Have two to three designated vegetable garden areas on every farm • Rotate vegetable garden areas every five to six years • Get rid of treed shelterbelts • Put in windscreens if necessary • Set up a rainwater runoff irrigation system with a fenced pond

MORE ABOUT IEUAN EVANS Evans began his career with Alberta Agriculture as provincial plant pathologist. He is the originator of the Evans cherry, now the No. 1 selling fruit tree in Canada with an estimated 500,000 sold. He recently registered and named

a dwarf mountain ash, Tangerine Treasures, a hybrid French lilac, Mr. Mauve Jangles, and two apples, Edmonton green and Edmonton gold. He has an extensive Martagon lily breeding operation underway, including thousands of seedlings.

• Keep strawberries, raspberries, black currants, rhubarb and asparagus at one end of a semipermanent garden and use black plastic mulch to control weeds • In gardens with shelterbelts, rip up the roots of the trees near the garden to prevent them from using available moisture.

RELATED VEGETABLES THAT SHOULD NOT BE GROWN IN SUCCESSION ON SAME SITE: • Potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, tomatillos • Cucumbers, squash, melons, pumpkins, zucchini • Carrots, parsnips, dill • Beets, swiss chard, spinach • Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, turnips, rutabaga, kale, kohlrabi, radishes • Beans, pole beans, peas, lentils, fababeans, soybeans • Onions, shallots, chives, leeks, garlic





Third generation farm carries on legacy Organic system | Customers are invited to see how their food is produced and processed at the on-farm butcher shop BY BRENDA KOSSOWAN FREELANCE WRITER

BASHAW, Alta. — Grandpa was right, says a third-generation farmer who sees a bright future based on some old ideas. Brett Kikel is a rarity in rural Alberta: a young welder with a ticket from Red Deer College who has found that working in the oilpatch isn’t all it was cracked up to be. Kikel ignored his deep love for the mixed farm that his grandfather had founded and decided as a teenager to take a welding apprenticeship and get in on the big opportunities that were being promised. “I just wanted to see what else was out there, to kind of experience some of the stuff going on. It was more the money. A lot of people fell for it and look at where they are now. They’re sucking air.” Kikel started seeing his family’s farm in a new light and found he had no problem envisioning himself walking in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps. Besides, his welding experience would be useful on the farm and perhaps provide a little income on the side if needed. His return to the farm promises to bring about important changes that are firmly rooted in his grandfather’s ideas. Richard Kikel was 14 when he left Germany. He made his way to Alberta, finding work with farmers and homesteaders until he was able to stake a claim of his own in the gentle hills near Red Deer Lake, a few kilometres west of Bashaw. Richard Sr., now 101 and living in a seniors’ centre in Red Deer, held strong beliefs about taking care of the land and his livestock. He was committed to running as diverse an operation as possible, with a wide variety of livestock, a

There’s a lot of questions they’re going to ask and you’ve got to have the right answer. BRETT KIKEL ALBERTA FARMER

herd of milking cows, a few cereal crops and a vegetable garden. “Grandpa, he’s always had the chickens, the peacocks, the pheasants, the pigs, the cows, the milk cows,” his grandson said. Richard Sr. also refused to apply chemicals to his soil, using livestock manure as his only fertilizer and leaving a few acres in summerfallow to control weeds and disease. His son, also named Richard, adopted those ideas as he became more involved in the farm, but was concerned that it was not bringing in enough money. He took a meat cutting course in Lethbridge about 30 years ago and then set up a small butcher shop in the yard between his and his parents’ houses. Within five years, he had expanded the shop to include a kill floor, custom killing and cutting for other farmers. Kikel Meats now custom slaughters and processes all kinds of farm and game animals, including taking the pigs that local Hutterites cannot deliver to larger packers and selling the meat to Chinese merchants in Edmonton. The elder Kikels stopped combining their crops about 12 years ago when prices for wheat and barley hit rock bottom. Those last grain crops are still in the bins and are used as feed for Kikel’s c h i c k e n s, a v a r i e t y e s p e c i a l l y developed for the free-range market and shipped to him from a supplier in Quebec. The farm still grows grain, but it is access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none

Brett Kikel raises a variety of livestock and plans to make his Bashaw, Alta., farm organic. |



used to swath feed the cattle and as green feed for the livestock. Kikel is now switching the farm to entirely organic production and wants his customers to come and see for themselves. He sees opportunity in catering to people who are willing to pay premium prices for locally produced organic food. “That’s what I want to do, to let the families actually see what’s actually happening, how the food gets from the animal onto the plate that they’re actually taking home and eating,” he said.

“That’s kind of my next step with all of this.” He laughs as he describes a sign he saw on a farm near Edmonton. “He had actually a sign posted: ‘Castrating.’ You could come out and see how calves get castrated and stuff. People are willing to come and see that kind of stuff.” Although world economies appear to be climbing out of recession, Kikel believes serious trouble is coming for farmers who have saddled their futures to producing large amounts of a single commodity. On the other hand, opportunities

abound for farmers who are willing to diversify and add value to the products they grow, he added. It’s a lot of work, though, so not everyone is ready to take that leap. There’s also a level of risk involved in letting people get up close and personal with a farming operation. “There’s a lot of questions they’re going to ask and you’ve got to have the right answer. You do something wrong, there’s always that one guy that’s going to be right there. You can go down the tubes pretty fast. It is a tough market, but it’s either you’re in it or you’re not.”


Jurors play important role in Canada’s justice system THE LAW



I have been summoned for jury duty. Do I have to go? What can I do to get out of it? What happens if I don’t show up?


Many people see jury duty as an annoyance and not a civic duty and blame their important jobs for being unable to serve. Defendants also need to have juries consisting of their peers, not made up only of those who feel like serving or have more leisure time. I get more questions about how to get out of jury duty than I do as to

what are the duties and rights of a juror. There’s an old saying in the justice system that every person who is accused of a crime has the right to be tried in front of 12 people too stupid to get out of jury duty. That’s a cynical but accurate view of how the public sees this crucial service. Juries are vital within our system. While the system’s roots can be traced to ancient Greece and Rome, our jury system really had its beginnings in England. Because the court system was slanted in favour of the king or of nobility, the jury became something of an equalizer. One’s fellow citizens were seen as more likely to do justice than one’s superiors, who were often of the same class as the person suing or accusing you. Generally, jurors determine the facts. The law is left up to the judge, who tells a jury what the law is and how to apply it to the facts. Jurors are

Some people who are prohibited from serving include: • There is an applicable list of criminal offences and if you have been convicted of one of them you may be disqualified. • If you are a police officer, lawyer, trustee in bankruptcy or the spouse of such a person, you may be excused. given complex instructions as to what to do and how to assess a case. They are expected to leave any prejudices or preconceived notions outside the courtroom, but it is hoped they bring their common sense along. Jurors are selected at random. The selection system varies on a provincial basis. Often health-card numbers are searched at random to come up with the best cross-section of jurors. A summons is mailed to each juror, telling them when and where to show

up for court. There is also a form attached to the summons, which allows the prospective juror to explain why he or she cannot attend or should not serve. These reasons not to serve, often called exemptions, also vary provincially. In many places if you are older than 65 you can ask to be excused. If you have a significant health problem or are a primary caregiver to some other person (such as a young child or an aged parent) you may ask to be excused. You can sometimes be exempted if you attend school full time. You may also ask to be excused if serving on the jury would bring about extreme hardship for you, such as in your place of work or within your home. If you cannot speak or understand the language of the trial adequately, you may be excused. Still, one should look at jury duty not as an inconvenience but as a privilege and a duty coming from liv-

ing in a democratic country. Jurors ensure that the decisions as to legal matters are not just made by a privileged few, but by a broad cross-section of Canadians who can reflect the views of modern society, even as they shift. A juror is an average person who should be impartial. He or she must listen carefully to all the evidence and make up their mind based on that evidence and nothing else. Jurors’ decisions reaffirm our view of Canada’s laws and that they exist for all, not just for a few chosen people. So when you get your juror notice, don’t automatically think about how to get out of it. Think about what it means to be a Canadian, a free person, and how this experience can help contribute to our justice system.

Rick Danyliuk is a lawyer with McDougall Gauley LLP in Saskatoon. access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none





Big plates, big portions, big pounds: go small to get small TEAM RESOURCES



ost of us are familiar with fast food restaurants that offer to supersize every meal we order. Yet few of us would believe that the same thing could be happening in our homes. I have a collection of plates and when I started to measure the older dinner plates, I discovered that the smallest, and one of the oldest, measured 9 1/2 inches in diameter. As I compared the other plates they gradually got larger the newer they were. A modern square plate measured 11 inches in diameter. What was even more startling was the size of the plate surface area where you would normally place the food.

Mega muffins can be three times the size of regular muffins and six times the size of a mini muffin. Changing the way you eat a particular meal can help to reduce the amount you eat. | BETTY ANN DEOBALD PHOTOS

our local grocery store. I have a mini muffin pan that only requires two tablespoons (30 mL). I compared the weights of a mini bran muffin, which was one ounce (28 g) to my regular bran muffin, at 2 1/2 ounces (71 g) to a store bought mega bran muffin that weighed in at 6 1/2 ounces (184 g). It might be worth investing in a mini muffin or smaller sized regular muffin pan, or just use less batter in a larger pan to reduce the size of muffins you serve.


Calories Protein Carbohydrates Fibre Fat Saturated Monounsaturated Cholesterol Folate Potassium Sodium

204 3.5 g 31.5 g 2.2 g 8.3 g 1.0 g 4.4 g 16 mg 24 mcg 196 mg 266 mg

MUFFIN PAN HINT There is more chance of overeating with a modern plate, bottom, compared to a traditional one. The older plates had a wide decorative border of about 1 3/4 inches around the plate. Then the plate dips down to where most of the food is put. On the oldest plate, this area was six inches. The more modern styles lacked a decorative rim and the plates flattened out more quickly. Virtually all of the square plate could be covered with food, 11 inches. Many people may be supersizing their meals at home without ever realizing it, depending on the type of plates they use. Our eyes and minds can play funny tricks on us. If our dinner plate isn’t full, we may feel as though we have had enough to eat. Many diets recommend the use of smaller luncheon plates to help reduce the amount of food that we serve ourselves. If you are trying to lose weight, take a look at the plate size you are using. By reducing the plate area, your portion sizes will reduce. Try it for a week and you might discover that your body adjusts to a smaller amount of food and you don’t feel as though you are starving.

MEGA MUFFINS Muffins have grown through the years as well. Older muffin pans would often hold less than four tablespoons (60 mL) of water to fill them 3/4 full. I have a newer pan that requires five tablespoons (75 mL) of water to fill it 3/4 full. I estimated that it would take about 12 tablespoon or three quarters of a cup (175 mL) for the mega-size muffin that I bought at access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none

BRAN MUFFINS These muffins contain All-bran cereal and look white so they may be more acceptable to family members who balk at eating whole grains. 2 1/4 c. unbleached all-purpose flour 1 c. granulated sugar 1 c. All-Bran cereal 1/4 c. ground flaxseed 2 tsp. baking powder 2 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp salt 2 eggs 2 c. 1% milk 3/4 c. canola oil 2 c. raisins (or cranberries)

560 mL 250 mL 250 mL 60 mL 10 mL 10 mL 1 mL 500 mL 175 mL 500 mL

Preheat the oven to 350 F (180 c). Lightly oil two 12 cup regular size muffin tins with non-stick cooking spray or wipe lightly with an oiled paper towel. In a large bowl, combine the flour, sugar, All-Bran, ground flaxseed, baking powder, baking soda and salt. In another bowl beat the eggs and add the milk and oil and mix. Add the liquid ingredients to the dry ingredients, add the raisins and mix just until combined. Fill the prepared muffin tins twothirds full. Bake for 18–20 minutes or until a wooden toothpick inserted in the centre of a muffin comes out clean. Remove from the oven and cool in the tins for five minutes. Remove the muffins from the tins and transfer to a rack to cool completely. These can be stored in an airtight container for up to two days or frozen for up to two months. Yields 24 regular size muffins. Adapted from Everything Flax by the Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission.

When washing muffin pans and cookie sheets don’t use a detergent or put them in the dishwasher. Let them soak in warm water and u s e a d i s h c l o t h t o re m ov e t h e crumbs. The detergent will remove the oily film that helps your baking not to stick. With regular metal pans the repeated oiling will build up an oily film that will require less oiling over time. On non-stick cookwear, dish detergents will gradually make the nonstick surface less effective. I prefer to use a light spray of oil from a pump bottle or a piece of paper towel dampened with oil. I find many of the aerosol cooking sprays leave a sticky film that requires detergents and scrubbing to remove.

Place caesar steak rolls on a luncheon plate to make them appear larger. Cut the beefsteak lengthwise in half, then crosswise into 1/8 to 1/4inch (.3 - .6 cm) thick strips. In a medium size bowl, toss the beef strips and 1/3 cup (75 mL) dressing together to coat the meat. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to two hours. Remove the beef from the marinade and discard the marinade. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Add half the beef; stir fry one to two minutes or until outside surface of beef is no longer pink. Do not overcook. Remove from skillet; keep warm and repeat with the

remaining beef. Toss the lettuce with the two tablespoons (30 mL) of dressing and cheese. Divide the salad and meat evenly between the tortillas, add fresh ground black pepper and roll tightly, use the side of a knife to hold the meat and lettuce from moving while rolling. Cut in half on an angle, garnish with extra cheese and serve with a dill pickle or peppers. Adapted from recipes. Betty Ann Deobald is a home economist from Rosetown, Sask., and a member of Team Resources. Contact:

Changing things up

SUGGESTION FOR YOUR READING LIST Another way to trick your mind into eating less is to serve the same food in a different way. For example a meal like a steak sandwich and caesar salad can be rolled into a tortilla and served on a smaller plate.

CAESAR STEAK SANDWICH ROLLS 1 lb. boneless beef top sirloin or top round steak, cut 3/4 inch thick 1/3 c. prepared non-creamy caesar dressing 75 mL 2 - 3 c. romaine lettuce, torn into small pieces 500–750 mL 2 tbsp. non-creamy caesar dressing 30 mL 1/4 c. Parmesan cheese, shredded 60 mL fresh ground black pepper 8 – 8 inch (20 cm) whole grain tortilla

Stories from the Road: Memories of Home Economics Extension at the University of Saskatchewan 1913 – 1980. Were you ever part of such programs as Homecraft clubs, Farm Girls’ Camps, Homemakers’ Clubs, short courses, field days, 4-H camps or youth training? If so you will be interested in the stories former home economics extension staff and participants share about bringing these programs to rural and northern Saskatchewan communities. This book celebrates the amazing women who were the extension home economists who used all forms of transportation, in all types of weather conditions to provide leadership, education and encouragement to women and girls on farms, in small towns and on reserves. The stories also highlight the

hospitality, talents and energy of the participants and their eagerness to participate in the learning opportunities and fellowship of the programs. The stories and photographs are sure to spark many memories. Copies of the book are available at the University of Saskatchewan Book Store or by e-mail from Gwenna Moss at The cost of the book is $21.95 plus postage.





B.C. nurse, teacher raise sheep, educate customers Professionals operate mixed farm | Couple sells their lamb at a local market and holds farm tours BY SHANNON MONEO FREELANCE WRITER

METCHOSIN, B.C. — As most farmers look out at snow-covered or bleak fields, Lorraine and John Buchanan prepare to move new lambs and ewes to acres of green grass on Vancouver Island. The Buchanans operate Parry Bay Sheep Farm in Metchosin, just southwest of Victoria, where their 300 East Friesian-Suffolk-Finn sheep are giving birth to an average of 2.3 lambs, starting in late February. It will be a busy time for the couple, both in the mid-50s. They’ve hired Michael Brydges, 21, to help. A rarity today, Brydges is drawn to farm life but because land is so expensive, the only way he can get farm experience is as an apprentice. Three of the couple’s five children have professional careers, the fourth is attending university and the youngest is in Grade 11. While they all help on the farm, the children were encouraged to get economic security via higher education. “My youngest son could make way more delivering pizza than working on the farm,” John said. In fact John and Lorraine, both from non-farm backgrounds, hold part-time jobs to supplement the income from their mixed-farm where they produce sheep, chickens, hay and wheat. John has a degree in bacteriology and is a nurse at Victoria’s Royal Jubilee Hospital. Lorraine has a music degree and teaches piano at home and marimba at a local Montessori school as well as playing in Chikoro, a marimba band. The couple began their farm foray in 1980 when they bought a 2.5 acre hobby farm and home in Metchosin. It remains their only property. The Buchanans encouraged their children to secure non-farm careers because the couple couldn’t add to their meager land holdings. Metchosin is a beautiful rural municipality of about 5,000 people that borders the Pacific Ocean, It also happens to have some of the highestvalue properties in the Victoria area, as well as land that can sell for over $200,000 per acre. But because some of that expensive property is classified as agricultural land, the owners pay lower taxes if the land produces farm income. Often the owners don’t want to farm their property so they look for farmers to lease. Here is where the Buchanans come in. “People approached us for the tax break,” Lorraine said.. With people like the Buchanans f