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Disaster in Japan could send economic shockwaves worldwide

Cows at near record prices

Country devastated by quake, floods | Japan a vital market for Canadian agricultural exports

Cattle producers optimistic as prices reach highest levels since 2000-01 BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU


The devastation and disruption of Japanese port cities is raising worrisome questions about prairie farmers’ exports to that key market. “There are so many things happening all at once in Japan it’s hard to get

a really accurate picture of what the impact’s going to be,” said Canadian Wheat Board ocean transportation specialist David Przednowek. “There’s a lot of uncertainty.” The earthquake and tsunami that devastated many communities in the island nation’s central and eastern coastal areas killed thousands, has

caused dangerous breakdowns at nuclear power plants and has damaged many ocean-side buildings and infrastructure, including ports. Japan is a vital market for Canadian farm exports, buying almost $3 billion of agri-food products in 2009, according to Agriculture Canada. It was the second largest foreign cus-

tomer for Canadian wheat in 200910, buying 927,000 tonnes, according to the CWB. According to Industry Canada, Japan bought $979.7 million worth of Canadian canola in 2010 and $799 million of Canadian pork. access=subscriber section=news,none,none



A woman cries while sitting on a road amid the destroyed city of Natori in northern Japan after a massive earthquake and tsunami that are feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. | REUTERS/ASAHI SHIMBUN PHOTO

As cattle prices soar to near record levels, optimism in the beef sector is following close behind. “There have been huge price rallies in basically everything, feeder cattle have been strong and cows and bulls have been extremely strong,” said market analyst Brian Perillat of Canfax. “We had some weeks we averaged $80 back in 2000-2001, but it is pretty near a record.” Cattlefax in the United States reported fat cattle hit $118 per hundredweight March 10, up $5 from the record set the previous week. Prices were collected from the six-state feeding region of Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas. Cu l l c ow a n d b u l l p r i c e s a re approaching records in Canada, trading at levels not normally seen this time of year. Cows averaged $73 per cwt. last week, but many auctions were trading them for at least $80. access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none





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Cattle prices reach near records Cull bulls hit more than $90 per cwt. “There were some guys who sold some big old bulls for over $2,000,” Perillat said. These mature animals typically go into the grind, where demand for ground meat across North America is strong. Imports of lean trimmings from Australia and New Zealand are down, but more foreign product may come into the countr y to meet demand. Imports remain well below the 76,000 tonne quota allotted to non-North American Free Trade Agreement countries. Grinding meat includes cull animals as well as trim derived from fed cattle. Further end meats are also entering the grind, so it is more common to see products such as ground sirloin. Cow exports and slaughter are down 25 percent this year, indicating producers are keeping them on the farm. “There are guys looking to get out but those cows are not getting bought up by slaughter plants,” Perillat said. “They are getting bought up by other producers. We are a little surprised at how these guys are retaining cows versus sending to slaughter.” However, that does not mean the national herd will grow because the 2011 calf crop is small. “Even if we start turning around and holding cows and heifers back, we are still going to have smaller calf crops continue to show up,” he said. On the other hand, 20 percent more bulls had gone to market by the end of 2010. Purebred sales managers say strong cull prices have encouraged producers to start replacing their breeding stock.

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COLUMNS Off to work: Tagging and vaccinating were the recent orders of the day on an Alberta ranch. See page 102. | MIKE STURK PHOTO Cow exports and slaughter are down 25 percent this year. | FILE PHOTO Bruce Holmquist of Simmental Country magazine said daily production sales in Canada are reporting averages up to $5,000. “Simmental sales have been phenomenal,” he said. Rob Holowaychuk of Optimal Bovines Inc. in Red Deer said averages are up $500 to $1,000 per head on purebred bulls from sales he has attended. “The good ones are bringing a premium,” he said. Fewer purebred bred females are available this time of year, but he expects good demand as the season progresses. Rising prices for commercial bred heifers are changing producer attitudes, but favourable prices are tempered by escalating fuel and other input costs. High slaughter prices may also have influenced people’s decisions to change the bull battery this year.






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normal runoff continues to threaten Saskatchewan’s grain belt. 5 ‘I’M TOO YOUNG TO DIE’: A farm accident changed how this Saskatchewan family handles farm safety. 16 WHEAT RESEARCH: There are calls on both sides of the border to renew a commitment for public wheat research. 20 WHEAT HYBRID: Syngenta uses its experience with barley hybrids to try doing the same with wheat. 30

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projects include herbicide tolerance, genomic research and a line with big seeds. 36 FLAX YIELDS: Producers consistently get smaller yields than what seed trials say are possible. 38 POTATO DISEASE: Late blight could pose a significant threat to potato crops in Alberta this year. 39 ALBERTA SOY: Soybeans didn’t fare well in Alberta last year, but the crop’s promoters aren’t giving up. 43


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no GM alfalfa variety be approved for market until studies prove it would not harm the alfalfa industry or export markets. Easter said he was not prejudging the product, simply responding to fears expressed by organic growers during committee hearings on biotechnology. At present, there is no Canadian proposal to have GM alfalfa approved. “This is a moratorium, not a ban,” said Easter. “It is to let government ensure that there are no negative implications.” Ritz said that while a GM alfalfa will not be approved any time soon, he opposes the proposal for a politically motivated moratorium. “I’m not going to go as far as Mr. Easter and say there’s a moratorium. That stifles investment and science,” he said. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none


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Japan markets in turmoil The Canada Beef Export Federation said Japan bought 17,000 tonnes of Canadian beef in 2010. Pulse Canada chief executive officer Gordon Bacon said a bean trader he spoke w ith on the weekend thought that there might be shortterm disruption to shipments and sales, but the main pulse-unloading ports were not badly affected by the earthquake or tsunami. In the medium term, the problems might actually increase Japanese demand for Canadian products because radiation leaks from damaged nuclear plants could spook consumers and retailers about the safety of Japanese crops, fruits, vegetables and meat. “People there are going to be very worried about the fresh market there,” said Bacon. Przednowek said there will be many effects caused by the snarl up at ports. Anywhere hit by the earthquake or tsunami will need to undergo safety assessments and that will stop or slow ship unloading. “There may be no huge damage … there, but they’re going to have to be inspected to make sure that everything passes and is safe for discharge, whether that’s terminals or discharge equipment,” said Przednowek. “That sort of stuff is not going to happen right away because there are all sorts of demands on systems right now.” Many ships will be stuck waiting off Japanese ports as unloading facilities get back into operation and power systems are fixed. That will tie up some ocean transportation that grain shippers use. The first thought of the Canada Beef Export Federation staff in Calgary was for their staff in Japan, who they were delighted to hear from on the weekend. “They’re safe, including their families, thank God,” said CBEF vicepresident for exports Cam Daniels. But the office there, like thousands across Japan, is dealing with disrupted communication systems and rotating power outages. “According to our office, things will be slow until April or May,” said Daniels. That also applies to Canadian beef exports. “It’s going to slow things down and things will be delayed,” said Daniels. The Japanese market is important for Canadian farmers because it consumes a large amount of most prairie farm commodities and pays top dollar for high quality crops and meat. Japan’s disaster caused both commodity and stock markets to slump March 11, and some of the selloff continued on March 14, just prior to deadline for this issue. But by mid-day March 14, most crop futures contracts had retraced their early losses and showed signs of stabilizing. Cattle prices seemed to stabilize too, which began on March 11. Lean hogs futures, however, continued to slump. Japan is the biggest foreign buyer of American pork, as well as a major customer of Canada’s. Generally, crop and hog futures have been weakening over the past two weeks, so the slump on the earthquake and tsunami news was not the beginning of a new trend, but the continuation of an existing one.


North Pacific Ocean SOUTH KOREA


Sendai Natori City AN Ibaraki P JA Tokyo Chiba Yokohama


» Land area: 364,485 sq. kilometres,

slightly smaller than Newfoundland and Labrador

» Capital: Tokyo, pop. 36.5 million » Arable land: 11.64 percent; 25,920 sq. km of irrigated land » With virtually no natural energy resources, Japan is the world’s largest importer of coal and natural gas and the second largest importer of oil

» Population: 126.48 million; 67 percent live in urban areas

Source: CIA Factbook

Canadian exports to Japan, 2010: Total agrifood exports: $3.3 billion

» » Wheat: $236.67 million » Canola: $979.68 million » Barley: $55.88 million plus $75.4 million in malting barley exports » Pork, fresh & frozen: $779.03 million

Ships were tossed ashore along Japan’s northeastern coast March 12, while fires raged and parts of some cities were under water after the country was struck by a massive earthquake and tsunami. | REUTERS PHOTO

Source: Industry Canada database | MICHELLE HOULDEN GRAPHIC


Farmers miffed at slow rail service Farmers frustrated | CP’s rail service failing to impress CWB, farmers or shipping terminals BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

NISKU, Alta. — Dale Scheetz sat patiently while he listened to Canadian Wheat Board chief financial officer Brita Chell talk about the board’s performance in the 20092010 crop year. To Scheetz, that’s history. What was more important to him and the other farmers attending the CWB Farmer Forum meeting in Nisku March 9 was when they can expect to move their feed wheat. “If we had to make mortgage payments on the payments from wheat…” said Scheetz, with every farmer knowing the end of the sentence. “I counted on hauling wheat in October and November so by this time of year I have some money. I have zero cash flow.” It’s not the first time Chell has heard farmers ask when they can expect to move their grain. “It’s been a very difficult year this year and we acknowledge this,” said Chell, citing a combination of factors that have hampered grain delivery. The biggest problem is the large amount of poor quality grain on the Prairies because of last year’s excess rain. Only 38 percent of wheat graded high quality this year, compared to 78 percent last year and the long-term average of 70 percent. C WB spokesperson Maureen Fitzhenry said traditionally by this time of year, 53 percent of CWB grain has moved, but this year only 46 has been shipped. She said the last har-

vest, with its large volumes of low quality grain, has skewed the picture. Most high quality wheat has been shipped, she said, but only a small amount of the low quality wheat has moved. As well, she said Canadian Pacific Railway’s movement of CWB grain is 25 percent below last year at this time. CWB director Jeff Nielsen said the board is struggling to find markets for the poor quality crop. Its customers are used to buying high quality grain instead of what it is offering. “We’re trying to find markets that would take feed wheat, plus maintain

our good customer base,” he said. “We’re better at moving higher quality products than feed grain.” Chell said the board has also had “significant issues” with poor quality service from CPR. “Right now CN (Canadian National Railway) is blowing CP out of the water in terms of service,” said Chell. “The significant rail issues with CP have been very problematic.” Chell said the board is trying to channel cars to CN rail lines so grain can be moved to the nine ships that are waiting at west coast ports, some for five to 10 days. It doesn’t take long for demurrage costs of $20,000 a day to eat up profits, she added. Nielsen said the board wants to work with the railway to encourage it to improve service rather than be overly critical. “It’s hard for us not to use badgering. We’re frustrated with CP. It’s been a major issue.” CPR spokesperson Breanne Feigel admits there have been significant challenges moving this year’s crop, but said the company is taking steps to speed up delivery. Feigel said CPR has leased additional locomotives, added cars and hired new employees in an effort to improve service. “The sharp increase in demand at the end of 2010 led us to a service demand issue we’re dealing with right now,” she said. Stefan Koehler of Wetaskiwin, Alta., said he has moved “not one kernel” of grain. “It means I have to pay bills and I

don’t know how.” He also wanted to know when he could expect to move some of his 25,000 bushels of feed grain. “I made contracts for February delivery expecting to get some money.” Val Katerenchuk of Vegreville, Alta., said she managed to jump in front of other farmers to deliver half of her No. 2 and No. 3 ergot-free wheat at the beginning of March when temperatures dipped to -30 C. While other farmers couldn’t get augers and trucks to work, Katerenchuk managed to deliver five loads of grain, the first she’s moved all year. “Normally we move a lot off the combine. This year we didn’t move any.” Her family’s bad experience has convinced them not to grow wheat anymore. “Every farmer is the same. They’re scared they will never be able to move it.” Wild Rose Agricultural Producers president Humphrey Banack said farmers want to know if the wheat board will be able to sell their grain. “It’s important to assure farmers in Western Canada their crop is going to move and get it out of the bins,” he said. “The board could be more forthright in assuring farmers.” Nielsen said he hopes CPR will improve service and the board can get the grain to the port. “Shipping is the issue. The sales are on the books. We can’t get it out there. Road bans will be kicking in in three to four weeks. It’s going to be a bloody mess out there.”  access=subscriber section=news,none,none






Producers deny antibiotic overuse Livestock sector on hot seat | MPs ask industry to voluntarily stop using drugs for prevention BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

Wayne Shmanka of Cascade Energy Services power washes a combine that was displayed in Douglas Lake Equipment’s booth at the Peace Country Classic Agri Show held at Grande Prairie, Alta., March 10-12. | RANDY VANDERVEEN PHOTO

The Canadian livestock sector has rejected demands from opposition MPs that they voluntarily stop giving antibiotics to healthy animals. Industry representatives told the House of Commons health committee last week that antibiotic use on healthy animals is prudent diseaseprevention. The committee meeting was sparked in part by a CBC Marketplace program about antibiotic resistant bacteria in supermarket chicken that the program linked to on-farm antibiotic use. Opposition MPs on the committee said critics of antibiotic use on farms have presented a believable indictment against the practice. “Are you prepared to voluntarily, because you don’t have the law at this point, stop using the antibiotics, at least on healthy chickens and other healthy animals?” asked Liberal health critic Ujjal Dosanjh. The answer was no. “Chicken Far mers of Canada believes the judicious use is the way to go,” replied CFC executive director Mike Dungate. Dr. Reynold Bergen, science director for the Beef Cattle Research Council, told MPs cattle producers “use antimicrobial products very strategically.” Opposition MPs said those terms are too vague to give comfort. New Democrat health critic Megan Leslie said it is unbelievable that antibiotics are given to healthy animals. In many cases they are overthe-counter products that do not require a prescription and are not monitored other than through farmer self-reporting, she added. “If you use a very low level all the time, it would be like feeding your children antibiotics with their breakfast cereal every morning to make sure they don’t get disease later on,” veterinarian Gail Hansen from Pew

Charitable Trusts in the United States told MPs. Rick Smith, executive director of Environmental Defence, raised the ante by insisting that overuse of antibiotics in livestock threatens to create resistant bacteria that will return Canada to the 1950s before widespread use of antibiotics became a key tool to fight killer infections. “Does the unnecessary use of antibiotics on a healthy animal like a chicken trump the necessary use of antibiotics for a sick child?” he asked. While opposition MPs sympathized with the critics, Conservative MPs bristled and industry representatives said those questions did not properly frame the issue. Dungate, the focus of most of the questions, said the antibiotics that are mainly used on farms are not the type used on humans. As well, if farmers waited until birds were sick, the antibiotics used would be more powerful and more dangerous because they are similar to drugs given to humans. He also took aim at Marketplace. “(It) was designed by its nature to be sensationalistic,” he said. “In doing so, it painted an inaccurate and incomplete picture of the Canadian chicken industry, production and antibiotic use and resistance.” He said some of the TV program’s tests of chicken products found bacteria resistant to antibiotics that are not used in the chicken industry. However, Dr. John Prescott of the Ontario Veterinary College told MPs the problem could be fixed if the government went back to a 2002 Health Canada report. It recommended that animal antibiotics be available only with a prescription, getting rid of own use and better policing of imports. The current system of divided jurisdictions between Health Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Public Health Agency of Canada means no one oversees the entire file, said Prescott. access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none


Port unable to reach deal over loading grain in wet weather BY ADRIAN EWINS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

“Singin’ in the rain” is one thing. “Loading grain in the rain” is another matter entirely. After three years of negotiations between maritime employers and longshore workers at Vancouver, a virtual ban remains on loading grain in inclement weather. When the rain comes down in Vancouver, the curtain comes down on grain loading. There are two generally accepted methods of loading grain into vessels on wet days, but according to British Columbia’s International Longshore and Warehouse Union, neither is

safe and it refuses to participate. The employers, represented by the B.C. Maritime Employers Association, disagrees, but can’t convince the union to change its mind. “There is a lot of rain in Vancouver,” said Greg Vurdela, the association’s vice-president for marketing and information technology. “If you don’t load in inclement weather, you’ll be stockpiling the product all the way back to the Prairies.” ILWU president Tom Dufresne dismissed it as a non-issue, saying the matter has been resolved, but declined to go into further detail. Vurdela said grain is loaded in wet weather either by covering the hatch

and grain stream with a tarpaulin or by opening a “feeder hole” in the side of each hatch and inserting a pipe. “I assume producers want this to happen, to ensure their product moves to market in a timely and efficient manner,” said Vurdela. “We have the ILWU holding the entire industry to ransom on this.” Both sides agree safety issues are associated with the use of tarpaulins, but the employers association is convinced that’s not the case with pipes in feeder holes. The union maintains there is a risk the vessel could blow up when it’s loaded through the feeder hole. Beckett said the association has conducted scientific studies that

indicate that is not the case, noting there are no cases on record where a vessel blew up while loading through a feeder pipe. “However, the union has created enough safety doubts in people’s minds that it can’t proceed,” he said. Union reps visit captains of foreign vessels and warn them of the dangers, he added. The union and employers have a signed agreement verifying the safety of feeder holes, but the association said it doesn’t get transferred to the job site. There has been no similar attempt to resolve the tarpaulin issue. The employers say other countries don’t have the same restrictions as

Canada, putting grain farmers and shippers in this country at a competitive disadvantage. “We’ve done everything required in the past three years to demonstrate safety, but we can’t get compliance,” said Vurdela. Canadian Wheat Board spokesperson Maureen Fitzhenry said there’s no doubt the ban on wet weather loading affects the board’s ability to move grain to market. “We’re certainly always looking for more efficiency. We’d love to have 24/7 loading.” She said the board won’t get involved in the labour dispute and won’t comment on safety issues. “That’s not our area of expertise.” access=subscriber section=news,crops,none





Forecasters predict above normal runoff across Saskatchewan Fast snow melt could lead to widespread flooding; reservoirs bracing for high water levels BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

Saturated soils are widespread this year, and many regions are bracing for the worst. |



Municipalities predict costly spring Big bills for Sask. RMs? | Flooding, road repairs and infrastructure upgrades a big concern BY BRIAN CROSS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Spring flooding was a recurring topic of conversation last week at a meeting of Saskatchewan’s rural municipalities. Soil is already saturated across most of the province, sloughs and potholes are filled to capacity and a heavier than normal snow cover lies across the entire grain belt this winter. As a result, municipal officials are bracing for a costly spring, fraught with flooding, road repairs and infrastructure upgrades. David Marit, president of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, said it is still impossible to tell how bad the flooding situation will be, but municipalities are preparing for the worst. “It’s a huge concern,” Marit said when asked how bad flooding could be this spring. “A lot will depend on how this snow goes, but everyone’s talking about it and everyone’s concerned about it and rightfully so.” During a portion of SARM’s annual convention held last week in Saskatoon, convention delegates asked Saskatchewan environment minister Dustin Duncan about funding for municipal flood control efforts, emergency preparedness and the security of municipal drinking water supplies. The province has already announced a $22 million Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program aimed at preventing flooding and reducing damage to communities, rural municipalities, farms and country residences.

The program will provide technical and financial support to protect homes and permanent structures. It will also provide funding to test and analyze potable ground water supplies. “We’re bracing for a ver y wet spring,” said Duncan. “We know that we’re sitting on about 200 percent of our normal snow pack … and we’re trying as best as we can as a provincial government in helping rural municipalities and urban municipalities to prepare for flooding.” Duncan said the province would assess the need for additional funding as the situation evolves. “The (Saskatchewan) Watershed Authority believes that ($22 million) is going to be adequate but certainly … if we go beyond that, we’ll have to take a look at additional money,” Duncan said. Arlynn Kurtz, a director with the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan and a municipal councillor from the RM of Fertile Belt near Stockholm, Sask., said RMs appreciate the fact that the province’s $22 flood program will cover the costs of engineering projects related to flood control. However, he reminded provincial cabinet members that engineering firms will be in high demand this spring and some flood-related problems will require immediate attention. “There are going to be situations that arise this year where there is no time for an engineer or to wait,” said Kurtz. “We need some very clear guidelines as to how we can proceed (with short-term flood mitigation projects) so that we don’t become ineligible for assistance in (emergency) work that has to take place.”

Duncan said the province recognizes the need for flexibility. Marit said 65 to 75 percent of the province’s 297 rural municipalities will be affected by flooding this spring. Personal uninsurable losses related to flooded farmland could be huge, he added. The province has already made changes to the provincial crop insurance program to deal with flood

related losses. Among those changes is a $20 increase in unseeded acreage claims to $70 an acre. Saskatchewan agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud said the government will be watching the situation closely. “I think what I’ve told some of our producers is that we’ll be there for them again this year and we’ll see what Mother Nature deals us going further into May and June.”

Above normal runoff continues to threaten Saskatchewan’s grain belt. The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority’s March forecast takes into account fall conditions as well as the snow pack and how much water it contains. It then compares the numbers to previous years. The unknown factor is how fast the spring melt will occur. There are concerns that the melt is late and will come quickly, leading to widespread flooding. “We know going in that the flooding could be as extreme as it was last year. It could be worse,” said agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud. “The cold weather is hanging on right now and that in itself is creating a bit of dilemma for producers in the province because we know it is going to go fairly fast.” John Fahlman of the watershed authority said the timing of spring melting has a big effect on runoff and flood potential. “The further we go into April, the faster it will melt,” he said. The authority is predicting well above normal runoff potential for east-central Saskatchewan and a band running from the Leader area northeast to Prince Albert and Spiritwood. Rafferty, Alameda and Moose Mountain reservoirs and Lenore, Fishing and Good Spirit lakes are expected to be high. The watershed authority predicts flow frequencies in the one in 10 year to one in 20 year events. Flows and levels in the Qu’Appelle River system will be similar to other high-flow years such as 1996 and 1969. Inflow into Lake Diefenbaker is expected to be near normal, as are flows on the Saskatchewan River system. Flows could be one in five years in northeastern Saskatchewan. Fahlman said an ideal situation would see temperatures warm up during the day to start water running but then freezing at night to slow it down. He also cautioned that it is only a forecast. “We see the threat but it may not materialize.”


» $22 million for flood mitigation

available to communities, rural municipalities and owners of rural yard sites and country residences

» administered by Saskatchewan

Watershed Authority and Ministry of Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

» intended for protection of homes and permanent structures rather than farmland

» program covers eligible costs of

pre-flood activities retroactive to Jan. 1, 2011

» work must be recommended by an engineer, approved by the

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority and finished by June 1, 2011

» eligible projects by communities

and rural municipalities include 100 percent coverage on technical assistance and engineering; 75 percent coverage on construction of long-term works such as berms

and diversion channels; and 50 percent coverage on temporary, short-term measures such as sandbagging, diking, channel clearing and culvert clearing

» eligible projects aimed at protecting yard sites and country residences include engineering (100

percent), berm construction and channel improvements (85 percent), extraordinary maintenance or flood proofing of farm access roads (85 percent) and tests on safety of potable water supplies (10 percent) Source: Saskatchewan Watershed Authority | WP GRAPHIC




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Bad Midwest weather could cause corn to top wheat Corn, wheat price spread | Low cost Canadian feed wheat going into livestock rations CHICAGO, Ill. (Reuters) — U.S. wheat futures prices could drop below those for corn for the first time in 15 years if poor weather hinders production of the new corn crop. Analysts say it would likely be shortlived as prices readjust. The last wheat-corn reversal occurred in 1996 and lasted slightly less than a month. Yet the narrowing spread between the two grains is already having an impact in domestic cash markets, where wheat is starting to replace corn in some feed rations. Chicago Board of Trade wheat, a food grain, normally trades well

above the price of corn, which is primarily a source of feed for livestock. “We are seeing an incredible time here where corn could potentially catch up to wheat prices. For that to happen, we are going to have to really see a big impact from adverse weather in the corn market this spring,” said Terry Reilly, grain analyst with Citigroup in Chicago. Added Rich Nelson of Allendale Inc. in McHenry, Illinois: “I’d give it a 50-50 chance.” The spread between front-month Chicago Board of Trade wheat and corn fell to its lowest level in a decade

It would be a no-brainer to start feeding as much wheat as possible. SHAWN MCCAMBRIDGE GRAINS ANALYST

last week, with the premium for wheat over corn dropping below 40 cents a bushel for the first time since 2000. That price shift already has made soft red winter wheat, the type traded

in Chicago, cheaper than corn in cash markets serving the southeastern U.S. hog and poultry sectors. Wilmington Bulk LLC, a consortium of North Carolina poultry and hog producers, bought 100,000 to 200,000 tonnes of western Canadian feed wheat in recent weeks, industry sources said. CBOT traders said southeastern feeders may have booked even larger quantities of new crop U.S. soft red wheat, which will be harvested this summer when corn stocks will be most scarce. If the CBOT wheat-corn spread

were to reverse, with corn prices rising above wheat, the use of U.S. wheat as feed would rise further. The U.S. Department of Agriculture projects that 170 million bushels of wheat will be fed to livestock in 2010-11, or eight percent of production. At the same time, the amount of corn used for feed would likely drop from USDA’s current 2010-11 forecast of 5.2 billion bu., or 42 percent of production. “It would be a no-brainer to start feeding as much wheat as possible,” access=subscriber section=markets,none,none



Economist sees ‘growth everywhere’ Financial recovery | Conditions look healthy, barring out-of-control inflation in emerging economies BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

Two big bank economists expect the world economy to continue growing in 2011, which will maintain the foundation for today’s high commodity prices. Neither think that an economic downturn is likely, but they are cautiously watching for early warning signs of a recurrence of the problems that hit the world economy in 2008. “We are in a synchronized expansion,” the Bank of Nova Scotia’s Carlos Gomes said during the Canadian Wheat Board’s GrainWorld conference last month. “We see growth everywhere.” Added Paul Ferley, assistant chief economist at the Royal Bank of Canada: “Our bottom line assessment in terms of the global economic outlook is sustained, though gradual, growth.” He said the bank isn’t worried that the world will slip back into recession. “We’re not buying into the doubledip playing out.” Ferley and Gomes’ views are posi-

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tive for the commodity price outlook because prices are driven by commodity demand, which is caused by economic growth. When the world’s financial system seized up in 2008, trade collapsed and economic activity slumped. C o m m o d it y p r i c e s cra s h e d a s demand died. However, the world’s economy has been growing since mid-2009, allowing commodity demand to resume. Customers are restocking depleted inventories, which will encourage world economic growth and trade. Gomes said the world’s financial system has recovered. The two key “stress and fear” indicators that he watches closely, the Chicago Board Options Exchange Market Volatility Index (VIX) and the TED spread, which is the difference between the interest rates on inter-


bank loans and short-term U.S. government debt, are showing few problems. Since each is a form of early warning indicator, world financial prospects still look bright because the TED spread and VIX are low. “As of right now, conditions remain fairly healthy,” said Gomes. Ferley was more cautious, noting the danger of unexpected factors to disrupt world economic growth. He said geopolitical shocks, such as drastic changes in the Middle East, could drive oil prices higher and undermine the U.S. economy and global growth. “There is a lot of potential for that sort of geopolitical risk to play out,” said Ferley. “Will it disrupt the flow of oil? The closer oil looks like it’s moving to $200 (per barrel) versus $100, the more concerned I get. You get $200 oil, you’re talking a major hit to the U.S. economy.” Out-of-control growth and inflation in emerging economies could also cause commodity prices to surge, including oil. China’s government is trying to slow growth and limit inflation, but access=subscriber section=markets,none,none


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MARKETS said Shawn McCambridge, grains analyst with Prudential Bache Commodities in Chicago. As a result, tightening supplies of wheat and a slowdown in demand for corn could put an end to the inverse. “When those price relationships get out of whack, they don’t stay there forever,” McCambridge said. “But if you had an extreme situation in … corn, you could have that as a long-term factor.” Analysts said it would take a major weather problem threatening the U.S. corn crop for corn prices to surpass wheat. “If we get a rally in corn in the new crop contracts based on delayed seedings, the old crop contracts will (rise) and we could easily invert the July contract,” Reilly said. McCambridge said any weather problem with corn could cause CBOT corn to spike, such as a delay in spring seeding, a summer heat wave or a delay in the fall harvest. Cash corn for delivery in August and September, just ahead of the next corn harvest, is already scarce and expensive. “If we get into a situation like we had two years ago, when you start getting a wet harvest and you push the harvest back two or three weeks, it could get ugly,” McCambridge said.




EU’s flexible GM restrictions causes concern Each country decides | Ministers fear the plan will hold back countries that want to go ahead with GM BRUSSELS, Belgium (Reuters) — Britain has become the latest European Union member to question proposals to let EU governments decide individually whether to grow or ban genetically modified crops. Several large EU countries, including France, Germany and Spain, have already criticized draft legislation tabled by the EU executive in July, which would allow governments to restrict or ban GM cultivation in all or part of their territories. British farm minister Caroline Spelman questioned whether the proposals would do anything to unblock the EU approval system for GM crops, which has seen just two varieties approved for growing in more than a decade. “The operation of the EU decisionmaking progress does need to be improved, but we’re not convinced that the proposal will enable this to access=subscriber section=markets,none,none

Greenpeace activists use banners and signs symbolizing GM corn to protest the European Union’s plan to allow countries to decide whether to approve or ban GM crops. | REUTERS PHOTO happen,” Spelman said. A British diplomat said ministers feared the legislation could make things more difficult for countries such as Britain, which want to press ahead with research into GM crops.

EU government legal experts have questioned whether national GM crop bans provided for in the European Commission’s proposals would be compatible with the bloc’s global trade commitments.

Spelman agreed that any bans under the proposals were unlikely to comply with World Trade Organization rules and the EU’s own Lisbon Treaty, or stand up to legal challenges from biotechnology companies, farmers or non-EU countries. Spelman also questioned a draft list of reasons that governments could use to justify cultivation bans, such as to maintain public order, which the commission drew up in response to requests from sceptical governments. “We’re concerned that suggesting public order as possible grounds for a ban could have the unintended consequence of actually encouraging public disorder by certain groups who want to put pressure on member states to ban GMOs,” she said. EU health and consumer commissioner John Dalli, who oversaw t h e d ra f t i n g o f t h e p ro p o s a l s, re p l i e d t h a t t h e l i s t w a s n o n exhaustive and could be added to and refined by EU governments in subsequent talks. Ministers from France, Spain and Italy recently repeated their opposition to the draft rules as they stand.


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it is unclear if its measures will work. There is a danger that Asian governments could respond to rising prices by acting more aggressively to restrain inflation, which could cause a slump in growth and provoke a fall in commodity prices. “If this modest tightening that we’re talking about doesn’t do the trick, growth remains too strong, particularly within Asia . . . it could set up a bit of a cycle where we get a bump-up in commodity prices and then that quickly getting reversed as policy has to tighten much more aggressively than what we’re assuming at the moment,” said Ferley. If the boom-bust phenomenon occurs, as happened in 2007-08, the Canadian dollar could surge to $1.10, “but then, if you get a collapse in commodity prices … the (loonie) will sink with it.” Ferley said the Royal Bank of Canada thinks the loonie will likely stay near one-to-one parity if world growth is moderate and the AsiaPacific region doesn’t lose control of inflation.



he market correction that drove canola futures from a high of $628.40 per tonne Feb. 9 to a low of $541.90 March 11 might have reached bottom. You would think that the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the biggest customer of Canadian canola, would have driven the oilseed’s price much lower, but it didn’t. As this column was written March 14, three days after the earthquake, new crop canola was actually climbing. Soybeans and corn also closed stronger March 14. This might be evidence that markets believe crop prices have fallen far enough to reflect the events that have happened over the last month. The drought in Argentina broke in February, and late season rain saved the soybean crop there. It won’t be as large as last year, but it will be better than expected in February.

Brazil generally also had good weather in February and March, although too much rain in Mato Grosso do Sul, the country’s fifth largest soy producing state, could prevent a record setting crop. Forecasts now put Brazil’s soy crop at 70 million tonnes, up from a forecast of 68.5 million in February. Also, China’s winter wheat crop appears to have survived the winter drought. Emergency irrigation, cloud seeding and a late winter snowstorm provided enough moisture to preserve the crop and allow it to be ready for spring rain. Oil prices climbed $15 per barrel on the unrest in North Africa and the Middle East in the last month, creating worries that high fuel prices would derail the global economic recovery. All these factors caused the big speculative funds to pull back. However, they might believe prices are now appropriate to current conditions. Investors are still jittery about the civil war in Libya and demonstrations in other Arab countries. But oil exports from the region are not yet seriously affected, so oil prices have halted their climb and even slid back a little. As Ed White’s story on page 6 shows,

many economists believe the world’s economy is on a better footing today than it was in 2008 and should grow this year. French consultancy Agritel told Reuters News Agency this week it believes demand from importing countries will pick up in April and investment funds might start to cautiously move back, particularly if tensions in the Middle East moderate. Several weather problems also have the potential to spark a rally. A lot of the U.S. hard red winter wheat crop is still in danger from drought. Western Canada and the northern U.S. plains have a heavy snow pack that will likely cause seeding problems. Russia will likely have a better crop this year, but there is a strong chance the government will keep the export ban in place until the end of the year. The earthquake in Japan will disrupt trade for a while, but despite the horrible human toll and devastation to homes, industry and infrastructure, the country will still buy grain and oilseeds. So we might be in for better prices ahead, but keep an eye on Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter. Dissidents had called for a “day of rage” across the country March 11 but it did not materialize, largely access=subscriber section=markets,none,none

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because of an intimidating display of police and military presence. The Saudi government is also sending troops to quell unrest in its tiny neighbour, Bahrain. But if an Egyptian style citizen revolt develops, that could send oil prices soaring and investors diving for cover.

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Alta. R.Deer & area 230.75

Sask. Man. S’toon Wpg. & area & area 229.23 267.36

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185 200 287 249 238 425

185 198 280 245 235 420

215 244 255 220 233 395

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

Grade A


Live Previous Mar. 4-Mar. 10 Feb. 25-Mar. 3

Year ago

108.00-109.00 95.57-108.43 n/a n/a

104.10-105.30 97.67-107.47 n/a 92.00-96.25

84.70 85.47 n/a n/a

181.00-184.10 176.00-181.00 n/a n/a

173.00-176.85 176.00-182.00 n/a n/a

108.00 93.06-107.64 n/a n/a

104.25-105.50 97.10-107.11 n/a 91.00-95.00

85.22 84.19 n/a n/a

181.00-183.85 175.00-180.00 183.00 n/a

173.00-176.85 175.00-181.00 n/a n/a


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


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

$150 $145 $140 $135 $130 2/7

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Saskatchewan $145


Rail Previous Mar. 4-Mar. 10 Feb. 25-Mar. 3


Feeder Cattle ($/cwt)

$125 2/7

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Manitoba $150 $145 $140 $135 $130 2/7

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Heifers 500-600 lb. (average $/cwt) Alberta $150

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




105-118 110-130 117-139 125-158 135-175 140-180

100-115 112-124 120-140 130-147 140-166 145-176

105-123 115-131 120-143 130-156 143-172 150-185

106-115 112-124 117-140 122-147 142-156 150-167

100-122 110-132 117-139 125-149 130-164 130-160

100-119 108-125 118-134 125-150 125-156 128-152

100-124 110-130 118-139 130-151 135-161 135-165

97-114 107-126 118-132 123-141 135-155 143-151 Canfax

$145 $140

Average Carcass Weight

$135 $130 2/7

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Steers Heifers Cows Bulls

Saskatchewan $145 $140

Mar. 5/11 859 778 666 1029


Mar. 6/10 877 809 673 1011

YTD 11 855 789 676 1014

YTD 10 870 813 670 964

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

$130 $125 2/7

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Manitoba $145 $140 $135 $130 $125 2/7

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Heifers 117.91 117.91 117.49 187.89

Feeders No. 1 (700-799 lb) Steers South Dakota 124.50-139.25 Billings no test Dodge City 126.50-132

Trend steady/+3 steady/+3 firm/+2

Cash Futures -6.17 -5.77 n/a n/a n/a n/a Canfax

Canadian Beef Production million lb. YTD % change Fed 324.0 -9 Non-fed 68.3 -13 Total beef 392.3 -10 Canfax

Cattle / Beef Trade Exports % from 2009 112,098 (1) -30.5 15,270 (1) -33.4 308,768 (3) +5.3 407,495 (3) +7.7 Imports % from 2009 n/a (2) n/a 54,694 (2) +0.8 20,521 (4) +22.7 24,318 (4) -9.0

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. 26/11 (2) to Dec. 31/10 (3) to Dec. 31/10 (4) to Feb. 26/11 Agriculture Canada

Alberta $155 $150 $145 $140 n/a

Close Close Mar. 11 Mar. 4 Live Cattle Apr 117.13 114.05 Jun 116.95 115.05 Aug 118.03 117.05 Oct 120.83 120.13 Dec 121.05 120.48 Feeder Cattle Mar 131.55 129.95 Apr 134.53 131.83 May 136.35 133.38 Aug 137.63 134.73 Sep 136.78 133.85

Trend Year ago


Apr 10-Apr 23 Apr 24-May 07 May 08-May 21 May 22-Jun 04 Jun 05-Jun 18 Jun 19-Jul 02 Jul 03-Jul 16 Jul 17-Jul 30 Jul 31-Aug 13 Aug 14-Aug 27 Aug 28-Sep 10

Maple Leaf Mar. 11 149.87-154.33 158.34-166.15 167.04-168.82 167.04-169.27 168.82-171.94 171.05-171.94 171.22-171.22 172.11-172.11 173.45-173.45 167.19-169.87 156.00-159.58

+3.08 +1.90 +0.98 +0.70 +0.57

95.10 92.80 90.58 92.73 94.73

+1.60 +2.70 +2.97 +2.90 +2.93

103.00 105.98 107.30 109.18 108.65



Barley Sp Select 6-row $360 $355 $350

$340 2/7

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Barley Sp Select 2-row $370 $365

$350 2/7




Mar. 4 Previous Base rail (index 100) 3.30 3.25 Index range 89.55-106.00 85.05-106.71 Range off base 2.93-3.45 2.72-3.47 Feeder lambs 1.60-2.00 1.60-2.00 Sheep (live) 0.40-0.50 0.30-0.45 SunGold Meats

Mar. 7 2.30-2.62 2.14-2.52 2.07-2.25 2.00-2.12 1.85-1.95 1.70-2.10 0.95-1.05 0.95-1.10 70-120

2.37-2.92 2.20-2.52 1.99-2.24 2.00-2.10 1.90-2.05 1.70-2.10 1.00-1.15 0.95-1.10 70-120

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Canola (cash - May) $630


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

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$510 2/4



$-10 $-15 $-20 $-25 2/11 2/18 2/25



Feed Wheat (cash) $210 $205 $200 $195 $190 2/4

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Flax (elevator bid- S’toon) $600 $580 $560 $540

Sask. Sheep Dev. Bd.

$520 2/4

To Mar. 5 Canada 3,644,206 3,794,653 -4.0

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To date 2011 To date 2010 % change 11/10


$145 3/7

$185 $180 2/4

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Agriculture Canada

Index 100 hogs $/ckg Alta. Sask.

n/a 148.59

Man. Que.

149.00 152.58 *incl. wt. premiums

Chicago Nearby Futures ($US/100 bu.)

Corn (May) $750 $720

Hogs / Pork Trade


Basis: -$12


Fed. inspections only U.S. 19,204,182 19,360,061 -0.8

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

Export 166,215 (1) 336,111 (2) 1,097,676 (2)

(1) to Feb. 26/11

(3) to Feb. 26/11

(2) to Dec. 31/10


% from 2009 -8.2 +2.1 +2.1

Import n/a 22,477 (3) 22,548 (3)

% from 2009 n/a +0.7 +0.7 Agriculture Canada


$660 $630 2/7


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Soybeans (May) $1480





Mar. 4-Mar. 10 U.S. Barley PNW 204.00 U.S. No. 3 Yellow Corn Gulf 285.12-294.38 U.S. Hard Red Winter Gulf 335.58 U.S. No. 3 Amber Durum Gulf 400.51 U.S. DNS (14%) PNW 498.81 No. 1 DNS (14%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 10.46 No. 1 DNS (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 8.56 No. 1 Durum (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 9.08 No. 1 Malt Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 5.28 No. 2 Feed Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 4.62

Mar. 14 Mar. 7 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 550.90 588.50 -37.60 May 555.00 592.60 -37.60 Jul 562.90 599.50 -36.60 Nov 544.00 571.80 -27.80 Jan 548.70 577.20 -28.50 Chicago Wheat ($US/bu.) Mar 7.0050 7.6900 -0.6850 May 7.2075 8.0075 -0.8000 Jul 7.5300 8.3025 -0.7725 Sep 7.8950 8.6175 -0.7225 Chicago Oats ($US/bu.) Mar 3.4600 3.7850 -0.3250 May 3.4400 3.8600 -0.4200 Jul 3.5175 3.9400 -0.4225 Sep 3.5300 3.9100 -0.3800 Chicago Soybeans ($US/bu.) Mar 13.2900 13.8775 -0.5875 May 13.4000 13.9500 -0.5500 Jul 13.4800 14.0275 -0.5475 Aug 13.4350 13.9175 -0.4825 Chicago Soy Meal ($US/short ton) Mar 349.6 358.1 -8.5 May 355.5 363.4 -7.9 Jul 359.1 367.0 -7.9 Aug 358.7 364.7 -6.0 Chicago Soybean Oil (US¢/lb.) Mar 55.27 58.57 -3.30 May 55.38 59.10 -3.72 Jul 55.95 59.58 -3.63 Aug 56.13 59.72 -3.59 Chicago Corn ($US/bu.) Mar 6.6400 7.1075 -0.4675 May 6.6600 7.1750 -0.5150 Jul 6.7250 7.2250 -0.5000 Sep 6.2400 6.6150 -0.3750 Minneapolis Wheat ($US/bu.) Mar 8.5375 9.4050 -0.8675 May 8.5925 9.4375 -0.8450 Jul 8.6625 9.4950 -0.8325 Sep 8.7000 9.4475 -0.7475 Kansas City Wheat ($US/bu.) Mar 8.1550 8.8800 -0.7250 May 8.2550 8.9850 -0.7300 Jul 8.3650 9.0800 -0.7150 Sep 8.5150 9.1750 -0.6600

Year ago n/a 154.00 154.00 145.50 n/a 374.00 379.30 383.40 386.50 n/a 4.7925 4.9200 5.0750 n/a 2.1600 2.2475 2.3325 n/a 9.3000 9.3750 9.3550 n/a 257.6 257.1 255.7 n/a 38.75 39.18 39.37 n/a 3.6325 3.7425 3.8375 n/a 5.0725 5.1800 5.2975 n/a 4.8825 4.9850 5.1025

Canadian Exports & Crush




Mar. 9 Mar. 2 Year Ago 176.56 174.93 127.27 29.60 29.60 13.85


Chicago Hogs Lean ($US/cwt)


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

Grain Futures 2/11 2/18 2/25

Canola (basis - May)

$-30 2/4

Mar. 14 Avg. Mar. 7 Laird lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 37.00-38.75 38.38 39.00 Laird lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 21.00-23.00 22.38 24.20 Richlea lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 31.25-34.00 32.04 33.71 Eston lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 29.00-32.00 30.10 31.67 Eston lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 22.00-22.00 23.33 22.06 Sm. Red lentils, No. 2 (¢/lb) 19.00-22.00 20.58 21.63 Sm. Red lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 15.25-18.75 16.17 17.21 Peas, green No. 1 ($/bu) 6.50-7.50 7.27 7.75 Peas, green 10% bleach ($/bu) 6.00-6.25 6.20 6.45 Peas, med. yellow No. 1 ($/bu) 7.25-7.75 7.42 7.50 Peas, sm. yellow No. 2 ($/bu) 6.85-7.25 7.13 7.13 Maple peas ($/bu) 8.50-9.00 8.63 8.88 Feed peas ($/bu) 3.50-5.70 4.55 4.69 Mustard, yellow, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.25-32.75 31.00 29.00 Mustard, brown, No. 1 (¢/lb) 26.25-29.75 27.25 21.50 Mustard, Oriental, No. 1 (¢/lb) 23.25-28.75 25.00 25.00 Canaryseed (¢/lb) 25.75-28.00 26.83 26.92 Desi chickpeas (¢/lb) 23.50-24.75 24.44 25.50 Kabuli, 8mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.00-35.00 31.25 33.13 Kabuli, 7mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 25.00-28.00 25.75 26.13 B-90 ckpeas, No. 1 (¢/lb) 25.00-28.00 25.88 26.25

Canadian Wheat Board


$390 2/7

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International Grain Prices ($US/tonne)



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

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Wheat 1 CWRS 13.5%

This wk Last wk Yr. ago 193-195 192-194 172-174



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Hog Slaughter

Man. Pork Mar. 11 150.26-154.73 158.75-166.35 167.25-169.04 167.25-169.48 169.04-172.17 171.27-172.17 171.37-171.37 172.27-172.27 172.98-172.98 166.71-169.40 155.42-159.00


$135 2/7

$420 2/7

St. Lawrence Asking

Est. Beef Wholesale ($/cwt)

Fixed contract $/ckg


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Index 100 Hog Price Trends ($/ckg)

$140 2/7


W. Barley (cash - May)

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

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$135 2/7



Chicago Futures ($US/cwt)


Basis Alta-Neb Sask-Neb Man-Neb

To Mar. 5 Fed. inspections only Canada U.S. To date 2011 491,572 5,780,356 To date 2010 538,484 5,726,582 % Change 11/10 -8.7 +0.9


Slaughter cattle (35-65% choice)Steers National 117.91 Kansas 117.91 Nebraska 119.00 Nebraska (dressed) 189.74

Durum 1 AD


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CWB T.Bay Domestic Asking Prices

Apr May Jun Jul

Close Mar. 11 88.15 98.35 99.50 99.13

Close Mar. 4 88.48 98.23 101.05 100.83

Trend -0.33 +0.12 -1.55 -1.70

Year ago 72.65 77.95 80.80 80.75

Aug Oct Dec Feb

EXCHANGE RATE: MARCH 14 $1 Cdn. = $1.0266 U.S. $1 U.S. = $0.9741 Cdn.

Close Mar. 11 99.65 88.90 84.70 85.10

Close Mar. 4 99.40 88.95 85.30 85.85

Trend +0.25 -0.05 -0.60 -0.75

Year ago 79.50 70.90 68.23 70.10

$1320 2/7

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Oats (May) $480 $440 $400 $360 $320 2/7

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(1,000 To To tonnes) Mar. 6 Feb. 27 Wheat 197.5 89.8 Durum 44.8 27.1 Oats 11.4 9.3 Barley 60.8 0.1 Flax 1.7 10.4 Canola 147.9 136.1 Peas 52.4 115.2 Canola crush 117.3 104.8

Total to date 6630.0 2094.1 674.1 923.4 207.4 4389.2 1585.9 3635.7

Last year 8128.0 1797.8 567.3 812.6 314.8 4265.3 943.2 2492.7




CANFAX REPORT FED PRICES SOAR Tight cattle supply and record high Chicago cattle futures pushed Canadian cash cattle higher. Packers showed new interest in buying. The Canfax average steer price for the week was $108.95 per hundredweight, up $4.87. Heifers rose $5.04 to average $108.39. Most of the trade was dressed with prices near the high end of the range. Alberta sales volume totalled 11,300 head, down 25 percent from the previous week. Despite unprecedented gains of $5‐$10 in the United States, the cash to futures basis narrowed slightly to ‐$5.77. Weekly fed exports to Feb. 26 totalled 9,581 head. Year to date exports are down 29 percent.

The record live cattle futures appear to be driven by speculation, and trade could be volatile. However, tight supply of market ready cattle and high Choice and Select cut-out values will limit downward pressure. Japan is a beef importer and the earthquake could hurt imports.

COW PRICES CLIMB U.S. imports of Australian trim have taken the edge off American cow prices, but tight supply in Canada pushed prices higher. D1, D2 cows rose $3.27 to average $73.29 per cwt. D3 cows rose 29 cents to average $61.79. Rail cow prices were $139‐$144. Butcher bulls rose 50 cents to average $80.83. Weekly non‐fed slaughter exports are down 34 percent so far this year.

FEEDER PRICE RISES Auction volumes increased thanks to milder weather and special grass cattle sales. Prices rose, supported by the stronger fed market. The steer average rose 63 cents per cwt. and heifers climbed almost $1. Steers lighter than 500 pounds saw moderate gains while 500‐700 lb. rose $1.50 and over 700 lb. were steady. Heifers 300‐500 lb. rose $1‐$1.50 and 500‐700 lb. heifers were steady to 50 cents higher. Heifers 700‐900 lb. rose 75 cents. Heifers over 900 lb. appear to have increased interest as seedstock, and prices surged $2. Auction volume totalled 41,952, up 39 percent from the previous week but down 21 percent from last year. Weekly feeder exports to Feb. 26 were 3,165 head, steady with the pre-

vious week. Year to date exports are down 33 percent.

CUTOUTS NEAR RECORD Other than a couple of anomaly weeks in October 2003, cut-out values are record high. U.S. Choice cutouts on March 10 were $178.71 US per cwt., up $5.83. Select was $176.98, up $4.60. Weekly Canadian slaughter volume to March 5 of 49,991 head was up almost three percent from the previous week but down 19 percent from last year. Canadian AAA cut-out values to March 5 were $169.25 per cwt., up $3.11. AA cutouts were $167.29, up $1.69. The Montreal wholesale market for deliver y this week rose $1 to $193‐$195.

CATTLE ON FEED There were 948,782 cattle on feed in Alberta and Saskatchewan March 1, down five percent from last year at the same time. Placements totalled 169,274 head, down 21 percent from last year. Marketings totalled 123,068, down 18 percent. Average placement weights have been down for four months, which will create tighter supply in May to July. 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 access=subscriber section=markets,livestock,none

WP LIVESTOCK REPORT QUAKE SHAKES HOG MARKET Hog futures fell on news of the Japanese earthquake because it could hurt pork demand. Japan was the top buyer of U.S. pork in 2010 and the second largest buyer of Canadian pork. Iowa-southern Minnesota cash hogs delivered to plants were about steady at $62 US per hundredweight March 11, the same as March 4. The U.S. pork carcass cut-out value was $91.19 March 11, down slightly from $91.25 March 4. U.S. federal slaughter estimate was 2.15 million head, up from 2.14 million the previous week.


BISON STEADY The Canadian Bison Association said March 11 that grade A bulls in the desirable weight range were $3.50$3.75 per pound 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-$2.70. At the Saskatchewan Bison Association premium stock show and sale March 4 bulls born in 2010 weighing 400-499 pounds averaged $2.60 per lb. Bulls born in 2009 weighing 650750 lb. averaged $2.15 per lb. and 775-850 lb. also averaged $2.15. Heifers born in 2009 weighing 500650 lb. averaged $2.14 per lb. and 651-851 lb. averaged $2.10. Heifers born in 2010 weighing 360-430 lb. averaged $2.50 per lb.

SHEEP FALL Ontario Stockyards Inc. reported 1,365 sheep and lambs and 100 goats sold March 7. Light lambs were barely steady, and heavy lambs sold steady. Sheep traded $5-$7 lower. Goats saw strong prices. access=subscriber section=news,none,none section=markets,livestock,none

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Fiscal crisis both a threat and opportunity for change


he United States and European countries have record deficits and huge debts that threaten their currencies and economies. Canada’s deficit and debt are less onerous, but nevertheless a burden. Governments are looking for ways to slash spending and agriculture programs will be one target. The fiscal crisis presents an opportunity and threat for agriculture. Policy reform is usually driven by the carrot or the stick. For years the attraction of improved trading relations through the World Trade Organization was the carrot to encourage governments to reform agricultural policies. That failed. The stick of a fiscal crisis might prove more persuasive. American and European politicians are beginning to realize, as their Canadian counterparts did in the 1990s, that if they don’t get their budget in order, the people who own their debt will force them to. In the U.S., the deficits of $1.4 trillion in 2009 and $1.3 trillion in 2010 are, when measured as a share of gross domestic product, the largest since 1945. Citizens enduring reduced services and perhaps higher taxes will want the pain spread evenly. They won’t look kindly on reports like those in the U.S. of millionaires receiving farm support cheques, even if they are the exception not the rule. In agriculture so far, the cuts are mostly around the edges. Big changes are possible only when farm bills are rewritten. The U.S. will write a new five-year farm bill next year, the EU is working on a new Common Agriculture Policy for 2014 and Canada’s Growing Forward policy framework expires in 2013. If politicians, bureaucrats and agriculture groups are smart, they will use the impetus of budget restraint to fundamentally rethink agricultural programs. Current policies have provided some support, but are also dysfunctional. Many producers still can’t generate profits,

monoculture crops are encouraged, market signals are masked, surpluses are generated in rich countries that get dumped on poor countries and yet globally, food shortages have developed. Political courage is needed to abandon familiar but distorting policies and set out on a less costly but ultimately more rewarding path, with obstacles to profitability torn down to allow less government spending on income stabilization and more on innovation and sustainability. But the crisis also presents a danger if governments cut without considering consequences. For example, cutting all budgets by 10 percent could hurt research vital to future prosperity or damage inspection systems that ensure safe food. The timing for a radical policy change is good. Crop farmers have the potential for strong profits if the weather co-operates, and a long and painful herd reduction has turned the market to favour livestock producers. With better finances and a more optimistic outlook, farmers are likely more willing to participate in policy redesign. America’s largest commodity group, the National Association of Corn Growers, has already indicated it is open to the idea of shifting direct payments into more palatable programs like crop insurance. A recent paper by the Canadian AgriFood Policy Institute, an independent think tank, presents an intriguing concept of redesigning food systems to reach long-term goals. The system would: • produce safe, healthy food for Canadians and the globe’s increasing demand • provide clear signals from markets and customer demand; • support efficient, profitable production with good risk management; • protect the environment; These are worthy goals. The fiscal crisis presents an opportunity to pursue them.


For Japan, a nation that lives by the sea, food comes in by the sea, energy comes in by the sea, exports go out by the sea. Everything stops if a quarter of the coastline has been wiped out. CARL WEINBERG CHIEF ECONOMIST AT NEW YORK-BASED HIGH FREQUENCY ECONOMICS

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Chuck Strahl’s work ethic, humour will be missed on Parliament Hill NATIONAL VIEW



ith the electoral dogs of war increasing the volume of their yelping in the political party kennels, Parliament is about to lose one of its genuinely good guys. Former agriculture minister and current transportation minister Chuck Strahl has announced he will not seek re-election. Since there is a high probability during the week of March 21 that

opposition parties will combine to defeat the government and force an election, these could be Strahl’s last days in Parliament after more than17 years. He was one of the first wave of Reformers elected in 1993 on a platform of cleaning up government and “the West wants in.” He leaves as the Conservative government is mired in a series of opposition allegations about election fraud, patronage appointments and arrogance — the things that drove western conservatives and entrepreneurs like Strahl to head to Ottawa in a western populist uprising. The NDP was quick off the mark with a news release March 14 noting that much of the Reform agenda that was a reaction to Brian Mulroney and his Progressive Conservative record

— deficits, patronage, favouring Quebec, a lack of Senate reform — marks the current government. “We have nothing to learn from the Conservatives when it comes to democratic reform,” Strahl said in Parliament in 1996. Indeed. Ironically, his March 12 announcement, coupled with a similar retirement decision by treasury board minister Stockwell Day, means that prime minister Stephen Harper is losing two of his senior western ministers and workhorses. Ontario and Quebec Conservatives increasingly hold key positions in the Harper government. It is time, it appears, for Eastern Canada to take the lead in the Conservative government. But beyond the political implications of the retirements, Strahl’s

departure will diminish civility, courage, humour and commonsense on Parliament Hill. Despite bouts with lung cancer because he ingested asbestos working in the forestry industry, the 54-year-old has carried some of the heaviest workloads and politically sensitive portfolios in the five-yearold Conservative government — agriculture, Indian affairs and now transportation, communities and infrastructure. He could be partisan and tough, a straight shooter. Yet he had a disarming sense of humour that endeared him to employees who worked for him, lobbyists and political opponents. And in a government that often seems hostile to media and information release, Strahl was available, chatty and forthright.

But mainly funny. Shortly after he became agriculture minister, the latest BSE case was found in an old dairy cow in his Fraser Valley riding. “She was old enough to have a driver’s license,” he lamented. Almost any interview would turn into talk about the new tractor he bought for his Chilliwack-area property that he rarely got a chance to drive. And in the days following his appointment as agriculture minister, he mixed up the letters of his difficult-to-spell last name on the wall outside his office, muttering that “someone is going to pay.” Staff who had endured years of bombastic management loved it, loved him. That little tractor is going to be getting a workout.






Speak up on the carbon credit issue Credits will increase profitability, say Bob Friesen, chief executive officer of the Farmers of North America Strategic Agriculture Institute, and Greg Marshall, president of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan


he Farmers of North America Strategic Agriculture Institute (FNA-STAG) and Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) recently completed a series of six meetings in Saskatchewan on the issue of carbon credits and the opportunity for farmers to benefit from being involved. The main reason the meetings were held was to communicate to farmers that now is the time to speak up about the opportunity to get paid for their carbon credits and be included in the upcoming regulations being drafted by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. In May, 2010, Saskatchewan passed a bill called An Act Respecting the Management and Reduction of Greenhouse Gases and Adaptation to Climate Change. Regulations that detail how the legislation will be enacted are now being drafted. For farmers, these regulations will determine things like whether no-till production practices will be eligible to create offsets, how many tonnes of carbon (greenhouse gas equivalent) are stored in the soil per acre from notill production, what the price of carbon will be per tonne, and for how many years the farmers’ contributions will be recognized (retroactivity). These points, and others, are critical details that will determine whether farmers are legitimately considered as solution providers offering a service for the public good, or merely an afterthought.

FNA-STAG’s focus of concern and reason for taking a leadership role on this issue is because it provides a way for farmers to improve their profitability. FNA-STAG has recently paid out a substantial amount of cash to a handful of its members in Alberta who practice no-till production under the government-regulated market in Alberta. There is no reason that farmers in Saskatchewan can’t have the same opportunity. The remaining regulatory items will be political decisions, so the chance to influence is now. What are the key issues? What do farmers need to do? First, the carbon credits that farmers create from no-till production practices are an asset with real value. Don’t be bullied and let anyone tell you that since you’re doing it anyway, you shouldn’t be compensated for what you’ve done. That is not a fair argument. Do you think that Air Canada would let you put a package on a

flight across the country for free because they were going there anyway? That’s just absurd. Farmers have been using no-till/ minimum-till practices for years, which experts tell us sequesters carbon, reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Many farmers started adopting no-till practices because it reduced soil erosion, improved soil moisture and reduced the number of passes with equipment, but that doesn’t change the fact that science has proven these practices take greenhouse gases out of the air and stores them in the ground. This makes them a legitimate valuable byproduct, owned by farmers, and an asset for them to sell. An issue that is raised by many farmers is that they think all this climate change stuff is bogus and they don’t want to have anything to do with that whole debate. To this we simply say, don’t debate it, just let

them pay you. Government should recognize that this revenue stream will help save the cost of farm income programs. As the government regulations are being created, they must include a market for the offsets that farmers create. The legislation clearly provides the opportunity for regulations to be created that allow farmers to sell offsets from no-till production practices. However, the legislation and draft regulations also clearly create incentives for emitters to avoid using credits to offset their emissions. Offsets created by farmers must be an option that is appealing to emitters. The sequestration rate per acre must not be discounted because of government perceived farmer moral hazard. And, the price must reflect the value of the offsets compared to other options. Capturing and burying costs are $90 per tonne. The market must include the years that have already taken place. Just because the government wants to start counting now, doesn’t mean that farmers haven’t been reducing greenhouse gases for the past 20 years or more. The start date for including offsets must be retroactive and that should go back to at least 2002. This would provide parity for Saskatchewan farmers with Alberta. The market must have a way for the offsets that farmers create to be sold quickly and easily and ensure the backlog of credits created from including retroactive years. Some features that have been suggested include using crop insurance records as the key piece of data Finally, the most important point is for farmers to call the Saskatchewan environment minister Dustin Duncan and the agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud. If they don’t hear from you, they will assume you either don’t care or are fine with not being included. access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none


Behold the biathlon: mix of this and that my kind of sport COWBOY LOGIC



o one’s ever accused me of being a jock. Sure I played plenty of red barn basketball and backyard baseball, but I didn’t do a lot of organized athletic school sports. I never played football. I ran a little track because I could train on the gravel roads around home without having to drive 32 miles round trip each day for practice. My basketball

was strictly neighborhood league; we called ourselves the Smokey Lake Lakers. I wasn’t very good, but I was tall. We didn’t have wrestling in my school when I went. We didn’t have a baseball team. But I was plenty active. There’s always plenty of exercise for a kid growing up on a ranch. We didn’t call it exercise, though. We called it work. It was physical and it was part of my education, but it wasn’t what you’d think of as physical education. I did get time for recreation. I did a lot of hunting. I walked a lot of fields for grouse and hiked pastures looking for deer. I carried a shotgun or a rifle like it was an extension of myself. I did a lot of fur trapping for coyotes, muskrats, beaver and mink. Much of that meant strapping on my cross country skis, swinging a pack basket of

gear onto my back and heading out across the snow to the frozen lakes and sloughs on our meadow. So I suppose if I had to pick a sport where I���d have a little experience and a remote chance of being competitive, it wouldn’t be something normal like football, basketball or baseball. I’d have to pick the biathlon. Yes, the much celebrated biathlon: watched by millions of adoring fans, televised worldwide on network and cable broadcasts, kids trading cards of their favorite biathletes, stadiums selling out their entire venue for people wanting to see participants race on cross country skis, stop and shoot their rifles at targets, and ski some more. Or maybe not. But not every sport has to be about attracting fans. I’m fine with the satisfaction of individual achievement,

personal records and the camaraderie of a small team of skiers and shooters excelling at something that few people even understand. I really like cross country skiing, and I like shooting guns, and I like people who are a little out of the mainstream of sports. I need to find me a biathlon team to join. The biathlon is a Winter Olympic sport, though, so at least once every four years we can all become fans of the athletes that ski and shoot and ski and shoot. And if you go to the games to cheer for your favorite biathlon team, be respectful of all those competing. Remember, these athletes are armed. Ryan Taylor is a rancher, writer and senator in the state legislature from Towner, North Dakota. access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none

Horrors of too much water haunt us all EDITORIAL NOTEBOOK



ne night I dreamed of a giant wave that gathered in the middle of the lake and crashed onto the shore, flowing at the speed of sound up the beach and toward the family cabin. Where this dream originated, I have no idea. There were no tsunamis in the news at the time and life in Saskatchewan was burbling along reasonably well: no outrageous weather, no flooding. Of course the dream was ridiculous. Small northern lakes do not gather themselves into standing waves and threaten cabins 50 metres from the shore. Yet it was one of the worst nightmares I have ever had. I woke up drenched in sweat just as the water reached us on the path. I knew, in my dream, we were drowned. Horrifically, a wall of water is not just a dream for the people of Japan, although it is certainly a waking nightmare. The weekend post-earthquake images were shocking, as massive waves pushed vehicles, buildings and everything else in their path as if they were tiny toys. It defies real understanding if you haven’t been through it and I certainly have never experienced anything so terrifying. In Saskatchewan, the talk last week was also about flooding. By all accounts, there really was no other topic of conversation at the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities meeting, and rightly so. The amount of moisture in the soil, added to the amount of moisture lying on the soil, will be a significant issue in many parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Make no mistake; I am not downgrading the flooding issue on the Prairies. It could be serious without a perfect melt, and in the wider picture growing food is becoming increasingly crucial in a world of growing populations. I believe that people must deal with life as they know it, even as other people’s lives explode. Prairie farmers must deal with a potentially very wet spring, no matter what happens in Libya or Japan or New Zealand. It’s incredibly important work. Yet it is useful to gain perspective from disasters greater than our own. Japan is our trading partner, the third largest customer of prairie wheat. More important, the Japanese are our compatriots in the human condition. We face great difficulties, but they are facing demolition and death. I will think of them as our own waters rush in. access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none



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MARKET SHARE To the Editor: I find it interesting that the (Canadian Wheat Board) uses the argument that multiple sellers in a market will push the price lower. In a radio interview Maureen Fitzhenry, a spokesperson for the CWB, states, “— in a pure open market, the law of economics is that there becomes a single price — things tend to arbitrage down to the lowest, sort of, possible value.”  Arbitrage is actually the market force that keeps markets from going too far in one direction or another. In an open market there are many buyaccess=subscriber section=letters,none,none

ers as well as many sellers. What Ms. Fitzhenry and the CWB fail to present is that there are many buyers as well, whose market activity would stop the drive of prices lower and would even drive prices higher when warranted. In the March 3 issue of the Producer, Glenn Tait responds to my letter about the Australian experience after deregulation as having the opposite effect. His argument now is that since there are many buyers of wheat they try to “undercut each other to gain market share (and) are more likely to drive prices down.”  How is this possible? To gain market share a buyer will lower his price? I cannot remember this economic logic during my studies to complete my master’s degree in economics. Buyers of grain are indifferent to the price of the grain they are purchasing since they hedge their purchases with a futures position. If they do not do this it can become very costly as the CWB, found out when trying to speculate on the futures market in the 2007-08 crop year. Buyers of grain make a margin on the amount of grain they handle; the more they handle the more they make. The price they pay is irrelevant as long as they can hedge the purchase with an offsetting sale, although they may offer a premium price to attract more tonnes to increase the amount of grain they handle.

It seems that the CWB would like you to believe many sellers will drive the price down and Mr. Tait would like you to believe that many buyers will drive the price down.  In an open market, many buyers and many sellers interact to find a point of equilibrium, a price where they transact. Nowhere in any economics textbook or journal does it say that prices in an open market are driven to their “lowest possible value”. If that was the case the price for comparable wheat in the U.S. would be lower than the CWB’s price for wheat since the multiple sellers and buyers in the U.S. are ‘driving the price down.’  A simple phone call to an elevator just south of the border will confirm this is not the fact. The open market will increase the price we currently receive. Greg Petryshyn, Foam Lake, Sask.

WORKER PROTECTION To the Editor: (Alberta)Premier Ed Stelmach announced his resignation, and although I would like to join the chorus of people who are thanking him for 25 years of service, I can only be disappointed by the grim legacy he leaves to Alberta’s agricultural workforce.


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In 1993, newly elected MLA Stelmach helped the Alberta government bring in the strictest farm animal care legislation in North America. As Agriculture Minister Ed said, “—we must show the public by our actions, that the humane treatment of the livestock in our care is a priority.” In 2006 that legislation was beefed up in our Alberta legislature. Meanwhile, as 2005 morphs into 2011 and the number of deaths and injuries pile up, Premier Stelmach steadfastly refuses to bestow the most basic of workplace safety rules upon the men, women and children who toil on our farms, ranches and feedlots. Even when presented with fact, reason, Canada’s Constitution, Alberta’s Bill of Rights, Judge Peter Barley’s recommendations in the Kevan Chandler fatality review (2008-2009), death and injury statistics and common sense, Premier Stelmach chooses to put profit before human rights, again and again. Some say this is to appease the unnamed contributors to Ed’s election campaign. Some say it is to protect the Alberta family farm. Premier Stelmach had an obligation to protect our farm workers, a vulnerable group of workers who in 2011 still lack protection of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Workers Compensation Act, Employment Standards Code and Labour Relations Code. Farm animal care legislation provides special constables that rush into action when a call comes in about an animal in distress, with full authority to investigate and act. Yet when a call comes in that two farm workers are killed at work, the government inspectors called by the RCMP turn away because they did not have the authority to investigate or act. This sad case has sparked an unprecedented co-operative effort between the official opposition, Alberta Federation of Labour, Alberta NDP, United Food and Commercial Workers Canada, Alberta Center for Injury Control & Research and others to call on the Alberta government to immediately begin investigating all farm workplace deaths, serious injury or injury to a child. Perhaps now that Premier Stelmach is not beholden to the forces that have held sway, he will move his government to recognize the fact that farm workers are people — equal to every other person in Canada and worthy of equality at law, and so entitled to be protected by their government. Premier Stelmach still has time to show the public by his actions, that the humane treatment of the men, women and children who work on our farms is a priority.

their statement and the organization itself. I have studied at the University of Alberta for the last four years and my perception is that many Canadians do not know what they believe when it comes to GM and non-GM products. Students on campus are a sample of the rest of Canada; there are few with roots in farming but many don’t know the details of how their food is provided. Consumer uncertainty and perceptions stem from large amounts of information and mixed media influence. I am one of only 20-some students graduating with a bachelor of science in agriculture this year, compared to my parents’ graduating class of nearly 100 students in the late 1970s. It is disappointing how few Canadians have a desire to get educated about our food system or contribute to the agriculture industry. Why are so few young people interested in learning about agriculture? It could be the fact that there are mixed perceptions of current agriculture practices, even in post secondary institutions. Or it could be that the arguments surrounding GM (crops) are too extreme to allow a balanced opinion. I am proud to be the third generation from a farm family and it is shameful to see how few people recognize the importance of agriculture t o d a y o r t h e i r ro l e i n m a k i n g informed decisions. There needs to be more involvement from producers and those educated about our food system to be a voice for the Canadian agriculture industry, otherwise it will be drowned out. Sydney Vos, Edmonton, Alta.

HERITAGE SEEDS To the Editor: Are we losing some of our highly disease-resistant grain varieties to highly advertised corporate controlled varieties? Organic farmers cannot use chemically treated seed, therefore they have to use high disease-resistant varieties like Park wheat and Klages barley. For wild oat control, we look for early maturing barley such as Olli or Otal. Canada has an organization preserving heritage seeds, called Seeds of Diversity Canada. Anyone interested in preserving heritage seeds can contact this group. Robert Snider, New Norway, Alta.

AGAINST ZERO TILL Darlene A. Dunlop, Bow Island, Alta.

AG EDUCATION To the Editor: In response to the article “Can GM (genetically modified) and non-GM co-exist?” from February 24. When large organizations make claims to know what the majority of Canadians’ believe, they discredit

To the Editor: After reading The Western Producer for about three years now I feel compelled to respond. Zero till seems to be the growing trend. There is so much talk about how bad conventional tillage is for the environment. My grandfathers, my father and now I continue to conventional till, and I am proud to say I will finish my farming career this way.

OPEN FORUM What is zero till? You’re telling me what it’s not, but what replaces the tillage? Zero till doesn’t work alone. Chemical replaces the tillage. A burn off is done before seeding. Then one, two or three passes in crop, one of which is desiccating just prior to harvest. Then again after harvest another burn off is sprayed. Three to five chemical passes in one year on the same piece of land…. I spray once in June for weeds only but that’s it. I don’t understand how the environment authorities are worried about my cultivation when all this chemical is getting sprayed onto the land and into the water table if the conditions are right. I understand erosion, but replacing a metal shovel with chemical is not environmentally friendly. Pesticide use is not an option on my farm. Along with bad insects a lot of good insects and innocent animals and

birds are being killed.… I’m very proud to say my father was and continues to be my role model. Chemical was used sparingly. Cattle were never abused. The barns were cleaned even if it was -35 C. When equipment got to be 20 years old, it looked new. Now I am encouraged by industry to sell my land and rent it back so I can afford to buy the chemical, fertilizer and equipment I need to farm. If my grandfathers and father ever knew I did something like this, I imagine disappointment and heartache would be their reaction. I don’t know if my time on the farm will end this year or 20 years from now but I can truly say zero till (chemical dependency) is not an option. Future policy may force me to quit but I have already accepted that possibility. Until then, chemical use will

be limited, genetically modified crops will not be grown, implants will never be used in my calves (at least while they are on my property) and cleanliness will continue to be a priority. I hope every farmer in Canada has a successful 2011. Sidney Mantay, Springside, Sask.

GM CONCERNS To the Editor: Re:  Response to Clark Lysne’s letter to editor (Open Forum, Feb. 24). I have several concerns w ith (genetically modified) foods. GM food production does not focus on soil health. Crops are being designed to grow on continually depleting soils. Soil nutrients from


rural fields are transferred to urban centres (through food), and are not being returned. Poor soil health is the problem behind symptoms such as disease, insects, weed pressures and poor tolerance to environmental extremes (drought, freezing, etc). GM products are designed to be high in specific carbohydrates, amino acids/proteins, oils or vitamins and a diminishing level of mineral and other nutrients. Food is increasing in energy content, while reducing in nutritional content. The component of nutrition being lost is critical for accurate DNA/cell replication and proper cellular function. Cancer, obesity, diabetes, etc. are symptoms of malnutrition. GM production poses a risk in limiting the diversity of species grown. This makes the food supply less resilient and more susceptible to

disease pressures. The legalities and logistics of GM foods provide a potential financial and physical chokehold on the global food system by a few corporations. Growing a reduced diversity of food species, controlled by a few global corporation, does not provide a safe, secure or sustainable food supply. The resources involved in the creation and promotion of GM food would resemble exploitation, not heroism. The use of high tech solutions to low tech problems will cause a chain reaction of technologies to overcome problems created from the implementation of previous technologies.   Garrett Osborn, Big Beaver, Sask. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE


Hampered communications SPIRITUAL VIGNETTES

Give weeds the once-over.



ur internet isn’t much use. It takes so long to download attachments and if I want to send information, I have to do it in bits and pieces. This is the common complaint for farm and ranch users of the internet across Canada. In spite of government promises that everyone would have access to this wonderful tool of communication, it hasn’t happened. And it doesn’t look like it is going to happen in the foreseeable future. Once the urban areas and smaller communities were served, service providers ran out of steam. Extra funding hasn’t been made available because Industry Canada doesn’t consider rural Canada to be a priority. For shame. The Alberta Rural Development Network, through its Return to Rural initiative, proves what a difference it makes for people in an isolated area to be fully connected. Young people and mid-career families are coming back to the farms in the HannahOyen area of south-central Alberta because they have been given the means to keep up with the market reports, promote what they produce and know what’s happening on the world stage. It is not good enough. If we are to have future generations of farmers and ranchers they need to be given the opportunity to freely use the communication tools that are available to their urban cousins. Why should a country preacher raise this issue? Because ignoring a specific group of people seems to be a spiritual concern. These are people who have worth alongside other people. This treatment also raises economic, political and social red flags. Surely our parliamentarians are capable of choosing a higher road. access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none

Joyce Sasse writes for the Canadian Rural Church Network at www.canadian

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PAVING PARADISE To the Editor: The Feb. 3 issue of The Western Producer had a front-page article titled “Land a wise choice for investors, farmers”. It’s the kind of headline which makes me start muttering to myself. The article starts out more or less stating that farmers can expect to live poor and die rich having sold their land … It was a sad day when land became nothing more than a commodity. The future of food production is in jeopardy around any of our boomtowns. The signs go up, “Prime development land for sale”. Oh, it’s prime all right, often rich soil which has raised cattle and crops for over 100 years. Once it is devel-

oped, there won’t be a mouthful of food grown on it. Then, as people in the city see all that the boom is bringing, such as increased crime and drug pushing, they want to move out into the country. They shouldn’t fool themselves into thinking the criminals don’t visit farms and acreages. The developers will have paved the way for them. Usually from another province, these people show up with a wad of tempting cash and buy up pasture land/wildlife land, parceling it into acreages. The nearby cattle owner who could have added it to his/her cattle grazing program hasn’t a chance. They can’t afford to invest in it. The wild creatures which have lived there for generations will be disrupted or completely displaced. Road kills increase in boom areas, and the media call the wild animals a hazard. Just who is the hazard?

OPEN FORUM People with money seem to think they deserve a view, that they have the right to put pavement on paradise. Lakes which once had little cabins hidden in the bush now are almost obscured by three car garage mansions where the native trees and undergrowth have been destroyed and replaced with tracts of sod, and a huge ride-on mower. Some people hold our Charter of Rights and Freedoms up as a model, although I’m still waiting for a Charter of Responsibilities. When will we have a Charter for the Land? Oh, I forgot: it’s a commodity and if someone from the United Arab Emirates shows up and wants to invest in the last chunk of untouched land to build a giant wild west home, who cares that it means an end to the untouched land. Mind you, the foreign owned oil companies have already done

something similar. Money talks. The land is silent, just as we are supposed to be when the investment people roll in. C. D. Pike, Waseca, Sask.

CWB VOTE To the Editor: In response to Brian Otto in Feb. 24 issue. Proponents of the open market never seem to tell the story of the farmer who signs an $8 canola contract because he has bills or loans to pay and delivers it at the same time as someone else delivers a $13 contract. The first farmer does not benefit from the $5 difference, but if you deliver wheat to the (Canadian Wheat Board) early in the year and the price changes later, you do bene-

fit from that difference. I applaud the producers who have no interest in selling to the CWB who did not vote in the election. Why should they dictate to the farmers who do want a CWB? They already have the option of growing products that aren’t covered by the CWB including wheat. They certainly don’t seem to feel obliged to give us a CWB opportunity with canola. Also, regarding poor voter turnout, federal and provincial election results aren’t contingent on voter turnout. Results are purely based on votes cast. We were given adequate notice of election dates and information on what to do if we didn’t receive a ballot by a specific date. The general opinion seems to be, if only 41 percent bothered to vote, the other 59 percent are happy with the status quo. Judy Focht, Raymore, Sask.


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To the Editor: In response to L.T. Jones recent letter, I too am becoming annoyed with the postal service. First my Feb. 17 copy of The Western Producer was a day late and now it seems they have totally lost my invitation to the royal wedding. Ian Dow, Avonlea, Sask.

FEUDAL SYSTEM To the Editor: Farmers beware. We are moving very fast toward the feudal system that our ancestors got away from in the old country back in the late 1800s where landlords and earls owned large tracts of property and had peasants working the land or caring for the property for very little fee. If you didn’t do as required of you, the job was given to someone else. You became unemployed immediately, no questions asked. In the Jan. 27 issue of The Western Producer, “Investment pools offer new land lease options,” is suggesting if farmers want to expand or to move toward retirement they should consider selling to an investment company. Possibly lease back the property for a five year term — at the end of your lease term is when you have lost control of your once owned farmland. It will go up for bid to the highest bidder or could be sold to some other corporation which may have a whole set of rules and ideas of farming. There may be (peasants) from other parts of the world that are willing work for less. Don’t forget, the machines are all leased by the manufacturer, and the agency selling them. All that is required is someone to operate them. Young farm families cannot start a career in farming this way; there is no security in it. They are better off to lease from their retiring family members and pay as they grow, and forget about the big show. Read about what happened to the crash of 1929, when all the big farms went bankrupt. History could repeat itself.

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Sask. RMs seek solution to beaver problems Control program planned | Provincial contribution of $500,000 will likely be matched by rural municipalities BY BRIAN CROSS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

It’s been recognized for its instinctual engineering skills, immortalized on Canadian currency and celebrated for forming the backbone of North America’s early economy. But had a beaver ventured into the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Mu n i c i p a l i t i e s c o nv e n t i o n i n Saskatoon last week, it would have been hard pressed to find a single ally. Once a Canadian icon that represented industry and commerce, the beaver is now a reviled vermin, known for plugging culverts, flooding farmland, ruining woodlots and building dams where they are least appreciated. Saskatchewan agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud announced last week that the provincial government is willing to spend half a million dollars to reduce beaver numbers and minimize damage caused by the ubiquitous rodent. “What we’re going to do today is … give you $500,000 to work on the beaver situation and redesign the (beaver control) program,” Bjornerud told SARM delegates, prompting an enthusiastic round of applause. “I know that removing beavers has been a concern,” he told reporters later. “They (RMs) have got a tremendous number of beavers in many areas. It’s access=subscriber section=news,none,none

The Saskatchewan government will give rural municipalities $500,000 to control beaver damage this year. | FILE PHOTO

mostly due to the wet weather but also, fur prices have dropped over the last number of years so there’s far less trappers out there.” Bjornerud said the province’s contribution will come with no strings attached. “However they want to design the

program … that will be up to SARM and we’ll work with them to make that happen.” SARM president David Marit said the association would begin work designing the program immediately. Program details should be finalized before the end of the month.

“I can see this being a cost shared program and I can see … some of this money being used for beaver dam removal,” he said. “This $500,000, the way I look at it, is actually going to lever another $500,000 from the municipalities, so it’s a million dollar pool of money

and our municipalities are going to really appreciate that they are being cost shared 50-50 on this.” Marit said the program will likely be targeted at municipalities that are already spending significant amounts of money on beaver control. “We’re going to really work with the ones where we know there are some big issues and that’s mostly in the northeast part of the province. That’s … where it’ll probably get focused.” SARM will consider capping the amount that a municipality can receive, he added. It has yet to be determined what portion of the fund will be spent on beaver dam removal and what portion will be used for population control. “Whether it’s 50-50 or one-third, two-thirds, I really don’t know at this time,” Marit said. Beavers weren’t the only pests that landed in the province’s crosshairs last week. Bjornerud also told SARM delegates that the province would: • kick in an additional $150,000 for rat control this year, bringing total provincial funding for rate conrol to $750,000; • renew the gopher control rebate program, in which producers and RMs qualify for a 50 percent rebate on approved gopher control products; • renew a $50,000 commitment to fund SARM’s wild boar control program for another year.


Alberta unveils new insurance option for cattle producers BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

CLARESHOLM, Alta. — Alberta cow-calf producers have a new insurance option to guard against price declines. Alberta Agriculture released details March 7 of the Cattle Price Insurance Program for calves (CPIP-Calf ), which is the third cattle insurance program developed and implemented by the department. The other two programs insure price risk for fed and feeder cattle. “We can now insure the whole pro-

duction cycle,” said CPIP co-ordinator Jennifer Wood, in a March 8 presentation to cattle producers. The calf program differs from the fed and feeder insurance programs in its length. It is designed for producers to sign up in spring to protect against price drops when they sell those calves in fall, at an estimated weight of 550 to 650 pounds, said Wood. CPIP-Calf is available from February to May and policies expire during the fall calf run from September to December. Producers register for a known floor

price they expect to receive for their calves and if the price does not reach that point, a payment can be triggered. However, producers are not limited in their ability to sell at higher prices if the market is higher. Wood said insurance premiums vary depending on the length of term that producers choose, but are generally in the range of $10 to $30 per head. That same per head range is also applicable to the feeder program, Wood said. “You pay one premium and you know what you’re covered for.”

The feeder program is based on a 750 to 950 pound animal at sale, and the program is available year round with policy lengths of 12 to 36 weeks. During the last four weeks of the policy, insurance holders can make a claim if the cash market is below their selected coverage level. Coverage is based on 95 percent of a forecast price developed by the Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC), which is based on futures data, the Canada-U.S. exchange rate and the basis estimate. Premiums are charged per hundredweight.

“It’s a risk management tool that reflects the risk of feeding cattle in Alberta,” said Wood. “You are not locked into a price as you would be if you were doing a forward price contract.” Wood said 22 Alberta auction markets across the province supply sale data to AFSC so it can calculate averages and determine its coverage levels. A price insurance program is also being developed for hogs and is expected to be ready by late spring. To use the programs, producers must first register with AFSC. access=subscriber section=livestock,news,none

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‘I’m too young to die:’ survivor Lucky to be alive | Farm accident victim advises others to slow down and be safe BY CHRISTALEE FROESE

Kevin Giroux, left, has been taught by his dad, Louis, and mom, Gina, that safety comes first. |



It crossed Louis Giroux’s mind as he stepped down from his tractor on a September day in 1979 that he should turn off the power take-off. But it was harvest, time was of the essence and he was confident that unplugging his pull-type combine would take just a few seconds. Those few seconds are ones Louis wishes he had back. “That one second can be the difference between life or death,” said the farmer from Montmartre, Sask. In an instant, he found himself sucked into the header of his combine. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

“I unplugged it and all of a sudden it just took off and caught my pant leg.” The only thing that prevented Louis, who was 29 at the time, from being swept into the combine was the hard heel of his cowboy boot that caught under the centre strand of the feeder chain. He was trapped under the auger with three metal prongs through his leg and his body inching toward the c omb i n e i nta k e. Hi s bo o t ha d momentarily stopped him from being pulled to his inevitable death,

but the header was still engaged. “I thought, ‘I’m too young to die.’ ” Fortunately, the clutch overheated and kicked out, giving Louis about five minutes to breathe and regain his strength. But when the mechanism cooled, it kicked in again with force, dragging him another inch or more toward the intake. He hung on, holding with all his might to the bottom of the auger while keeping his leg braced against the combine. While his leg had been punctured all the way through three times,

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twice in the thigh and once in the calf, he didn’t feel pain. “When you’re going to die, there isn’t much feeling in your body. It’s more of a mental thing.” Hope returned when Louis heard his neighbours in the next field shutting down for the night. Though he could hear their voices, his screams for help could not be heard over the noise of his running tractor. The neighbours left, not knowing that their neighbour was slowly being pulled into his combine, inch by inch. “I talked to the Lord a lot and hoped that things were going to turn out.” Back at the farm, Louis’s wife, Gina, was bathing their young children, Tanya, 5, and Kevin, 3. She had dropped off supper to her husband in the field around 6:30 p.m. and knew he probably wouldn’t get back to the house until around 10 p.m. As 10 p.m. approached and there was no sign of Louis, she thought he probably stopped at a neighbour’s house for coffee, which wouldn’t have been unusual. The registered nurse laid down, only to wake up at 11 p.m. with an uneasy feeling. “I just left the kids and went.” When Gina saw the combine still running in the field, her instinct told her that something was terribly wrong. “I was sure something must have happened because if he had had a breakdown, he would have come home.” Her worst fears were realized when she saw her husband lying beneath the combine. By this time, Louis had been fighting for nearly four hours, the heel of his cowboy boot the only difference between life and death. Gina knew she had to turn off the tractor, but she wasn’t experienced with equipment and feared the worst. “I was panicking and I knew if I did the wrong thing, it would suck him

into the combine.” Louis explained to his wife how to shut off the fuel switch and the combine died. The trapped farmer doesn’t remember anything after that. He assumes he passed out from sheer exhaustion and mental anguish. “I ran to the neighbours and I was just screaming, ‘Louis is caught in the combine,’ ” recalled Gina, tears welling in her eyes at the thought. It took several neighbours an hour to remove the young farmer from his combine, after which time he was transported to the hospital. The physical wounds in his leg were quickly healed, but the nightmare of fighting for his life for four hours took its toll. He couldn’t keep food or water down for days and was hospitalized and put on intravenous for a week before he was able to go home. By the next harvest, Louis had a new self-propelled combine and his work habits and attitude had changed forever. “You learn to appreciate life a lot more because not many people that get caught like that have an opportunity to come out of it.” With Kevin now farming alongside his father and Kevin’s four-year-old son, Sebastian, on the scene, safety is always a priority, whether it’s dealing with power take-offs and moving equipment or working around electricity and augers. “When it comes to fixing safety things on your equipment, we take time to do it because an accident happens in a split second and it’s pretty hard to explain to a spouse that someone is gone because you didn’t take the time to repair something,” Louis said. “Nobody moves a piece of equipment on this farm without walking around it and checking it first.” Gina said she is vigilant about remaining in contact with Kevin and Louis whenever they are in the field, always tracking their whereabouts and the times when they are expected back at the house. “Now we have radios in every piece of equipment and we all have cell phones.” If someone misses their estimated arrival time by even 10 or 15 minutes, she jumps in her vehicle to check out why they’re late. Louis’s message to farmers is simple. “Slow down. Life is more precious than dollars.”





Alberta property rights issues continue to draw heat Four acts of law questioned | Surface rights group demands repeal of laws and input from parties affected LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

TABER, Alta. — The Action Surface Rights Association, an organization of southern Alberta landowners, wants the repeal of controversial provincial legislation affecting property rights. At a March 9 meeting, members passed a resolution to demand repeal of the provincial acts, formerly known as bills 19, 24, 36 and 50. They also demanded that the bills be reworked with input from landowners groups, farm groups and other directly affected parties. The resolution was made after members heard presentations on the legislation from Cardston-TaberWa r n e r M L A B roy c e Ja c o b s, Lethbridge East MLA Bridget Pastoor and Wildrose Alliance candidate Richard Jones. “I wish I could stand here and say the government is going to repeal these bills, but I can’t,” said Jacobs, a Progressive Conservative. “Personally I don’t think it would be a bad idea. I can go back and carry your wishes but I can’t stand here and tell you we are going to do it.” Jones, a Wildrose Alliance candidate in Calgary’s Acadia constituency, said his party would repeal all four acts, put property rights protection into the Alberta Bill of Rights and work toward their inclusion in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He said Wildrose would “ensure no private property will be taken for public use without full, fair and timely compensation.” Pastoor, who is deputy leader of the Alberta Liberal party as well as its agriculture critic, said her party would not repeal the acts but would “go back to the drawing board” to revise them and retain any merits they contain. The legislative acts 19, 24, 36 and 50 are, respectively, the Land Assembly Project Area Act , which is not yet proclaimed into law, the Carbon Capture and Storage Statues Amendment Act, the Alberta Land Stewardship Act and the Electric Statutes Amendment Act. On March 1, the Alberta government introduced Bill 10, the Alberta Land Stewardship Amendment Act, to address concerns specific to that bill. It included 11 amendments. “You have the same property rights now as you did before,” Jacobs said in explaining the government’s position. He said Bill 36 is enabling legislation that will follow guidance provided in the province’s seven regional plans now being developed. The plans, each devised by regional committees, will address air and water quality thresholds plus environmental, economic and social use of land. Jacobs said once each committee puts forth its recommendations in their respective regional plans, the public will have the opportunity to read, examine and have input into potential amendments. “If enough people make the same comments, I’m confident the government will listen,” said Jacobs. When that process is complete, the access=subscriber section=news,none,none

regional plans will become the guidelines for provincial planning. He also emphasized that landowners directly and possibly adversely affected by development would be fairly compensated and have rights to appeal. Pastoor criticized the slow pace of regional planning and said it should be accelerated. “We certainly agree with the landuse framework,” she said. “We need to have a plan in this province.” However, she said the process must be fair and include sufficient public


input so decisions aren’t made by cabinet, “24 men sitting in a back room. That is not where some of those decisions should be made.” Jones offered his analysis of the acts and said the Conservative government has launched an assault on

property rights. And he agreed the province needs regional planning, but said ALSA is too broad, potentially costly and still includes no right to compensation for landowners adversely affected by projects or development. Jones said water licences are not included in the amendments to ALSA, an important factor in irrigated southern Alberta. “A water licence can be rescinded under this legislation,” he said. “What happens when the government wants to scale back your licence?”

On Bill 50, Jones questioned the need for more electrical transmission lines in the province, saying neither need nor public good have been clearly established. He also pointed out potential pitfalls with Bill 24, the Carbon Capture and Storage Statues Amendment Act, which would regulate largescale carbon capture and storage in the province. Jones termed it “pernicious” for its lack of provision for compensation to landowners, its unlimited taxpayer liability and its basis on unproven technology.

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Cheese makers required to follow milk standard Judges dismiss appeal | ‘Canadians expect cheese to be made of real milk, and this decision will ensure it is.’ BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

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Two of Canada’s largest cheese makers have suffered a decisive and costly legal defeat in their attempt to overthrow Canada’s rules governing cheese compositional standards. The Federal Court of Appeal has ruled that Saputo Inc. and Kraft Canada Inc. were dressing up selfinterested economic complaints

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about the regulations as legal arguments. The judges dismissed the appeal and told the companies they would also have to pay legal costs incurred by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in defending the regulations that took effect in 2008. The compositional standards force cheese makers to use more Canadian milk rather than cheaper milk protein imports by setting a required fixed percentage of casein content derived from liquid milk. They were long promoted by Dairy Farmers of Canada. At the federal court and then at appeal, lawyers for the cheese makers argued the rules were unenforceable, beyond federal power and would impose millions of dollars of added costs on manufacturers while rewarding dairy farmers with higher incomes. The main argument to the appeal court judges came in statements from Kempton Matte, a Saputo employee and according to the judgment, “a lobbyist for the Canadian dairy processing industry.” The judges said the cheese makers’ evidence did not properly describe the real purpose of the regulations and how they were developed. “The Matte affidavit reflects the particular views and beliefs of an industry lobbyist.” Federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz praised the court for upholding the power of Ottawa to set compositional standards for food. “Canadians expect cheese to be made of real milk and this decision will ensure it is.” Dairy Farmers of Canada also cheered the decision. “We had no doubt the federal government had the right, and a role, to regulate on cheese standards,” DFC assistant director for strategic communications Thérese Beaulieu said in a reaction to the ruling. She said there is no way to calculate whether the standards that require more milk use have been a financial boon for milk producers. “We can only observe that cheese consumption has increased in the last years,” she said. “More new cheeses have been developed, so while we won’t say it is because of the standards, the standards have certainly not hindered growth in the cheese industry.” Beaulieu said a key reason for DFC support of tougher compositional standards was that cheese would be more consistent and live up to consumer expectations. Therefore, the dairy farmer lobby was interested in the court’s reasoning that compositional standards will allow “producers, manufacturers and consumers to rely on a uniform quality standard for such products, thus increasing consumer confidence and ensuring fair and efficient market competition between industrial players while increasing available markets.” The judges said it means consumers can buy cheese made anywhere in the country and know that it meets a consistent standard.


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that are higher yielding and higher quality. Wheat was once Canada’s premiere agricultural sector, but Konecsni said the country has recorded the worst productivity gains over the past 50 years among the world’s top five producers. France has increased its productivity gains by an average of more than two percent per year while Canada is at 0.87 percent. “Australia is fourth and they were 0.92 percent, and that is in spite of 10 years of severe drought in Australia.” Konecsni said wheat has been nonprofitable in Canada for many years, which is affecting rotations. “Developing one crop and only having one crop in your rotation that is profitable is not a sustainable venture and we see what’s happening because canola’s the one crop where farmers have been making money,” he said. “What they’ve been doing is overgrowing canola and we’re starting to see some issues with disease in canola.” Konecsni said government and public institutions have not been investing much in traditional, nongenetically modified wheat research. “I think just public sector investment hasn’t been focused on wheat.” He said the NRC hopes to change that. “One area we are focusing on with our partners is to develop and improve profitability and yield and the quality of wheat varieties across Canada,” he said. “Our objective is to provide a variety of products so that farmers have a choice of many varieties that will all be profitable in their rotation.” The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the country’s research funding body, c au s e d a s t i r re c e nt l y w h e n i t announced it was dropping agriculture as one of its priority focused funding areas. However, Konecsni said this has not affected the NRC because it receives Its government funding from the federal industry department and works on projects that are co-funded with farmer groups, food companies and provincial governments. Rather than de-emphasizing agriculture, he said the NRC is making it more of a focus. “In the fullness of time as our strategy unfolds, I think you will see that it will become an increased priority in the National Research Council.”



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Invasive plants: friend or foe? Researchers ponder | Do invasive species result in invasive animals or birds, or do they help restore biodiversity? BY MARGARET EVANS FREELANCE WRITER

Conventional thinking suggests that invasive plants introduced by humans are a negative force on the landscape and can be detrimental to native species and wildlife. For decades land managers, biologists and ecologists have urged their control or elimination. But what if that thinking wasn’t entirely accurate? That question is what spurred a team of scientists at Pennsylvania State University to study how invasive fruiting plants affect ecosystems and whether those effects, contrary to prevailing ideas, can sometimes be beneficial to an ecological community. “Among conservation biologists, ecologists, and managers, the default approach is to try to eliminate and root out non-native, invasive shrubs — anything that seems to change an ecosystem,” said Tomas Carlo, assistant professor of biology at Penn State. “The fundamental goal is to return a natural area to its original, pristine state with the native species occupying the dominant position in the community. But the problem is that most native communities already have been changed beyond recognition by humans and many native species are now rare.” Carlo and Jason Gleditsch, a graduate student in the department of biology, wanted to find out whether well-established, non-native fruiting plants have negative or positive effects on bird and fruiting-plant communities. “We wondered: Are we doing more harm than good when we eradicate plants that, despite being introduced recently, have formed positive relationships with native animals?” Carlo said. He and Gleditsch focused their study on the Happy Valley region of central Pennsylvania where honeysuckle, an invasive non-native fruiting plant, grows abundantly. “The biggest portion of the area is access=subscriber section=news,none,none

Studies show birds such as the cedar waxwing feed on honeysuckle berries, disperse the seeds across a large area and contribute to its invasive spread. | TOMAS CARLO PHOTO farmland but in our study site we also included residential, urban, and heavily forested lands,” said Gleditsch. “A few of the points were also in abandoned farmland that was early successional. The areas where honeysuckle flourishes are usually disturbed and degraded habitats (where) native plants have already been displaced or have lower success allowing honeysuckle to colonize empty niches.” They assessed the abundance of bird species and all fruiting plants in the area, compared their data with data drawn from urban, agricultural and forested areas and concluded that the abundance of honeysuckle predicted the number and diversity of birds in the area and even beyond. “Honeysuckle is a diverse group of shrubs,” explained Gleditsch. “Most of the invasive honeysuckles were introduced in the late 1800s and early 1900s but were not really naturalized until the 1950s. There are plenty of other invasive shrubs in the area (but) honeysuckle is the most abundant based on fruit abundance followed by pr ivet (Ligustrum) species and Russian

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olive (Elaeagnus umbellate). There are also invasive animals in Happy Valley (such as) European starling (Sturnus vulgaris) and house sparrow (Passer domesticus).” The honeysuckle and the bird communities had formed a relationship called mutualism, a term used to describe how two species interact and benefit mutually from each other’s existence. “The abundance of fruit-eating birds in the Happy Valley region is linked to the abundance of honeysuckle,” said Carlo. “Honeysuckle comprises more than half of all the fruits available in the landscape and it benefits birds by


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gybacked on the success of the honeysuckle, which is a common phenomenon because fruit-eating birds usually feed on a variety of fruit or whatever happens to be available to them,” Carlo said. “The same birds that ate the honeysuckle also ate the nightshade, dispersing the seeds of both plants.” According to the research, there are now three to four times more fruiteating birds such as robins and catbirds than there were just 30 years ago, especially in regions of high human presence. The conclusion was that, while some invasive, human-introduced plants are certainly problematic, others could help restore an ecological balance by providing food to native migratory birds. Invasive species could fill niches in degraded ecosystems and help restore native biodiversity in an inexpensive and self-organized way that requires little or no human intervention. The team’s research is published in the journal Diversity and Distributions and they expect that their findings could affect how resource managers respond to ecosystem maintenance. “Nature is in a constant state of flux, always shifting and re-adjusting as new relationships form between species,” observed Carlo. “Not all these relationships are bad just because they are novel or created by humans. We need to be more careful about shooting first and asking questions later …” Understandably, questions surface from the research. By eliminating an invasive species, could this action result in harm to the newly formed balance of the ecosystem? Are largescale efforts to remove non-native species a waste of time and taxpayers’ dollars? Gleditsch said the research has generated mixed reviews. “We have received e-mails (from people) who really want to learn more about the issue and others who do not agree with our conclusions,” he said. Many land managers have been in the latter category since much of their time and money has been put into eradicating honeysuckle from their forests, he added.


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A Health Canada proposal to create a healthy food label that focuses on nutrients and calories could discriminate against healthful dairy products, says a dairy nutritionist. Nathalie Savoie, who works for Dairy Farmers of Canada, warned members of the House of Commons health committee that Canada should not go down the path of the United Kingdom, where food is graded solely on the basis of ingredients such as fat, sugar and salt. It is a “traffic light” system, in which food deemed healthy gets a green sticker, less healthy food receives a yellow sticker and unhealthy food a red sticker. “Foods get a green, yellow or red light for fat, saturated fat, sugar and salt without any consideration of the beneficial nutrients,” she told MPs, who are conducting a healthy living study. “Therefore, diet soft drinks and unsweetened Jell-O each get four green lights while nutritious foods such as two percent milk, salmon, almonds and olive oil could get red or yellow lights for fat, saturated fat or sugar.” Savoie said the problem with trying to create simple labels that consumers can understand is that many healthy aspects of some food will get lost in the translation. She said putting too much emphasis on calories in a food product without looking at other beneficial ingredients is an example of the problem. “If we consider only the calories, a serving of milk would show more calories than the same serving of soft drink and a small serving of almonds, more than three Oreo cookies,” she said. She used her time in front of the health committee to promote the health benefits of dairy products, such as bone growth, combating Type 2 diabetes and reducing the chance of colon cancer and cardiovascular disease. She said milk products contain 16 ingredients essential to human health. “Studies show that when the intake of milk products is not adequate, people’s diet usually falls short of several of these key ingredients. Unfortunately, most Canadians are not meeting their minimum recommended intake.” She urged MPs to recommend to Health Canada that the proposed new healthy foods chart not be made so simple as to be misleading. A nutrition fat table already exists, she said. “I think it can be improved, but at least it doesn’t risk telling people that diet soft drinks are healthy and milk is not.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none





Credit guarantee loss would be costly to CWB Higher cost of borrowing | Guarantee’s loss included in WTO text BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

NISKU, Alta. — Losing the Canadian Wheat Board’s government guarantee could cost each permit book holder $10,000 to $20,000, a wheat board official predicts. Chief financial officer Brita Chell said the cost of borrowing money would rise dramatically if World Trade Organization members reached an agreement on the Doha Round. The round’s current text would eliminate the guarantee by 2013. No one is sure how much the board’s credit rating would drop, but Chell said it would drop from its present AAA, the same rating as the federal government. In Canada, banks are rated AA and Archer Daniels Midland, Cargill and other highly rated agriculture organizations are A. Bunge is rated BBB and Viterra is BB+. Chell said the board estimates it would need $500 million to $1 billion if it lost the government guarantee, which would translate to $10,000 to $20,000 per permit book. “We’re not talking small potatoes,” Chell told farmers at a CWB Farmer Forum meeting March 9. Board director Jeff Nielsen said the previous Liberal government included the guarantee in the negotiations. “They threw it on the poker table for nothing and it got written into text,” he said. “Unfortunately for the financial guarantee, if the Doha round is completed, those financial guarantees are gone.” Chell said the cost of borrowing is about one percent and the board doesn’t know what rate it could get from banks and other lenders without capital assets. Under the CWB Act, the board is not allowed to hold capital that lenders like to have as collateral. Instead, the board is building a contingency fund before it totally loses the government guarantee. The balance is slightly less than $22 million and the government has set a $60 million cap on the fund. Chell said the board doesn’t know how much money it needs or where the money will come from. “We haven’t sat down and set what the target is. We are looking at that. We’re doing some risk modeling to say what would be an appropriate amount to have in that fund. A lot is


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The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association struck back five years ago after a parliamentary resolution committed the country to preserving supply management protections at all costs in trade negotiations. CCA delegates approved a 2006 resolution insisting that while supply managed farmers have the right to market product as they wish, their agenda should not be allowed to hurt other sectors dependent on trade. Last week, members of the association’s domestic agriculture policy committee voted to renew that resolution. The message was that defense of high tariff protections for importsensitive sectors such as dairy and poultry should not be allowed to undermine trade goals of export-oriented sectors that want to see reduced protectionism in other markets. Exporters argue that Canada’s rigid stance at World Trade Organization talks in defense of supply management protectionism undermines the country’s broader agenda of reducing protectionism in Canada’s export markets. “The CCA recognizes the choice of supply managed sectors of Canadian agriculture to market their product as they deem best,” the resolution said. “However, rigid measures to protect Canada’s supply management farmers should not impede the ability of another sector to maintain and grow its profitability.” Ontario producer John Gillespie, past chair of the Beef Information Centre, said it is a simple question of balance in trade position. “We don’t want a one-two trade policy, priority number one being that we will support supply management,” he said. “Number two, if we can support the other sectors, we will.” The 2005 parliamentary resolution was proposed by the Bloc Québécois and supported unanimously by MPs on the eve of a WTO meeting in Hong Kong where Canada was going to be under pressure to accept reductions in supply management tariffs and increases in minimum import levels. The resolution instructed Canadian negotiators to reject any deal that undermined supply management protections. Supply management defenders consider the resolution a continuing instruction to negotiators, even though WTO talks have stalled. Export sectors continue to resent it as an obstruction to progress at the WTO. In a recent speech to Dairy Farmers of Canada, Canadian chief trade negotiator Gilles Gauthier said defense of supply management protections is not a significant impediment to WTO progress. Much larger issues stand in the way of a deal between developed and developing countries, he said. The sensitive product debate is just one of a dozen disputes and far from the most contentious. access=subscriber section=livestock,news,none


Small hive beetle hits honey sector | Beetle larvae feed on pollen and honey and defecate in the honeycomb BY JEFFREY CARTER FREELANCE WRITER

DRESDEN, Ont. — Ontario’s honey industry is getting serious about the arrival of the small hive beetle. Beekeepers are concerned about repercussions to the interprovincial movement of bees if the right steps are not taken to deal with the pest. Some of Ontario’s producers move hives west to Manitoba and east to Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Others, like Tibor Szabo, market queen bees, hives and nucleus colonies across Canada. “A lot of beekeepers in the province

were in favour of eliminating all the bees in the control zone,” Szabo said. “One beetle can become many, many, many beetles. A single female can lay up to 2,000 eggs.” However, officials decided eradication would not provide a long-term solution to the problem. On March 7, a regional quarantine was placed on Essex County and neighbouring Chatham-Kent in the southwestern corner of the province. Szabo knows of one beekeeper who overwintered hives in Manitoba rather than bringing them back to his bee yards in the Niagara region and running the risk of being quarantined.

Provincial inspectors looked for the small hive beetle throughout Ontario last fall, especially in locations bordering the United States, where it is widespread. Tom Congdon’s family has been keeping bees in Essex County for decades but he now produces most of his honey 200 kilometres away in Wellington County. It’s been his practice to move as many as 800 hives between the two areas, taking advantage of the milder climate in Essex for overwintering. This year he left them in Wellington for fear of being caught up in a quarantine.

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Gov’t to improve insurance for forages, pastures

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Growers rely on AgriRecovery | Farmers encouraged to buy insurance and not rely on ag programs STORIES BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

Ottawa and the provinces plan to improve provincial forage and pasture insurance programs in an attempt to wean farmers off the expectation that a weather disaster will bring an AgriRecovery bailout. They want more farmers to invest in protecting themselves. Farmer participation is dismal in most of the provinces that offer forage or pasture insurance. According to provincial reports presented March 10 to the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association domestic

agriculture policy committee, it’s eight percent in Alberta, 15 percent in Saskatchewan and British Columbia and 14 percent or less in Manitoba. Manitoba producer participation has been cut in half in recent years, despite significant excess moisture problems in some areas. Danny Foster, director general of business risk management program development at Agriculture Canada, told the committee farmers can’t continue refusing to spend money for personal protection on the assumption that they will receive government help. Federal and provincial govern-

ments that co-fund insurance costs with producers plan to establish a working group this spring to consult with industry on how provincial insurance programs can be improved to attract more farmer customers. He asked for industry co-operation. “We can’t keep doing this AgriRecovery dance every time there is a flood or a drought,” said Foster. “When it is too dry or too wet, the question always seems to be, ‘when is AgriRecovery kicking in?’ We have to change that.” He said farmers blame low participation on premiums being too high or coverage being too low.

The goal of the federal-provincial working group is to find out from producers how programs can be improved, hopefully by 2012. He said he doesn’t expect forage insurance participation to reach the 70 percent or higher levels seen in grain and oilseed crop insurance. “But it’s time we put some effort into getting the participation rate up to 50 percent,” he said. “It would be a great number.” He said there was pressure on governments to use AgriRecovery to compensate producers who did not take out insurance when wet weather hit the Prince Edward Island potato crop. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

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Standards to be developed by the end of 2011 On the Canadian farm landscape, biosecurity systems call up images of strict rules around who can enter the confined space of a chicken or hog barn and under what conditions. The cattle industry, far less confined and intense, soon will have its own biosecurity rules but they will be voluntary and implemented only at the speed industry wants. Unless, of course, some industry sectors including foreign markets or insurance companies decide they will deal only with cattle that have been in the biosecurity system and have the paperwork to prove it. That was the basic message to Canadian Cattlemen’s Association members at their annual general meeting last week in Ottawa as a consultant hired on contract by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to lead development of the biosecurity standard explained the project. The plan is to have a standard and a manual developed by the end of the year for cattle and by 2013 for other livestock species, Matt Taylor told the CCA animal health and meat inspection committee March 9. “It is all guidelines,” he said. “It is not regulatory.” It will include recommendations on minimizing commingling of animals with other herds or wildlife, trying to restrict unauthorized human contact with a herd, trying to make sure trucks carrying animals are clean and that ranch equipment being used for multiple purposes is not a source of contamination for animals through their feed. Taylor said a key requirement is that livestock producers keep records of their efforts to protect their animals from contamination or disease. There will be a manual on best practices for producers to study and a recommendation on signage to keep unauthorized visitors, including hunters, away from herds in pastures. But while he returned regularly to the message that there is no intention by government to make the system mandatory, he said it could become a market advantage for producers embracing the rules once they are developed. “It is unlikely to provide direct returns from the marketplace,” said Taylor. “But this could be an individual asset down the road. It is not a stretch of the imagination to think this could be a requirement of trade in the future or a requirement for some kinds of insurance.” The CCA has been co-operating and Taylor returned regularly to the theme that through on-farm consultations in all provinces but Saskatchewan and talks with the industry, proposals for voluntary biosecurity practices are being developed. Farm site visits in Sask a t c h e w a n h av e n o t y e t b e e n arranged, but he said it is more a question of circumstance than the province’s opposition. access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none


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shearing school Photo Essay | Thirteen farmers from across Alberta recently spent a chilly weekend in Leslieville learning the right way to shear ewes in preparation for lambing season | Brenda Kossowan Story, Randy Fiedler Photos


ith lamb prices hitting record highs and hog prices still floundering, dozens of farms across the province are building new flocks, including some who have converted empty hog barns into lambing sheds, said instructor Laurie Read. The market for lamb is good right now, with 55 kilogram animals fetching an average of $120, Read said while supervising the novice shearers on Rod and Jacquie Turuk’s farm near Leslieville. He said meat processors cannot get enough lambs, but producers who are entering the business or expanding have a tough time finding breeding ewes. “Right now, we could probably sell 10,000 ewes in Alberta overnight,” he said over the buzz of heavy-duty clippers and the roar of a propane heater. “(It is) very lucky to find anything to buy.” People have paid as much as $400 per head for ewes, although the average is closer to $200 or slightly higher. Jacquie Turuk expects her first lambs to start arriving at the end of March.

The ewes are sheared just before lambing, mainly so they will be better able to keep their lambs close and warm. Alberta Lamb Producers sponsored last year’s shearing school, which was also held at Turuk’s farm, but this year she and Read organized it themselves. “We started doing it because we couldn’t find a shearer. We found last year, we enjoyed it. “It does save money on shearing, but we lose our wool value, you know, because it’s their first time.” One of the participants was Rueben Tschetter, a teenager who w o rk s w i t h a f l o c k o f 7 0 0 o n a Hutterite colony north of Grande Prairie, Alta. Tschetter has been practicing on 100 of the animals in his colony’s herd but attended the school to improve his skills. “I wanted to pick up some tips,” he said. He took some ribbing from fellow students for nicking an ear. Even experienced shearers draw a little blood from time to time, said Turuk. access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none

ABOVE: Jimmy Walter of the Birch Hills Hutterite colony helps Chantel Lightfoot of Valleyview, Alta., get a blade attached to clippers. FAR LEFT: Jeremy Percival of Monitor, Alta., left, learns how to get closer to a sheep’s skin without nicking it, from instructor Laurence Reed. BELOW: The sheep shearing course’s 13 participants work at six stations.





Sask. sets up task force to deal with MCF spread Ward off disputes | The disease is common in sheep but fatal to bison, sparking calls for buffer zones between operations BY BRIAN CROSS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

The Saskatchewan government is setting up a provincial task force to deal with malignant catarrhal fever, a potentially fatal disease that could have crippling consequences for the province’s sheep and bison industries. Provincial agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud said last week the new task force will focus on studying the disease, educating producers and minimizing disputes between the sheep and bison industries.

“We’re going to put a group together to find out what’s really going on here … what the problems really are and what we can do (to address them),” said Bjornerud. MCF is an infectious viral disease that is caused by the ovine herpes virus, which is common in most sheep. The virus does not cause clinical signs of disease in sheep but can be deadly when contracted by other types of ruminants. It is always fatal in bison. Concerns over MCF have been increasing in Saskatchewan during

the past few years. Markets for sheep and bison are strong and expansion is expected in both industries. However, little is known about MCF and many bison producers fear that their livelihoods could be affected if steps aren’t taken to control spread of the disease. In some areas, producers have suggested the establishment of standard buffer zones to keep bison and sheep operators separated. Others question the legality of regulations that restrict how a land owner can use his land.

Late last year, the owners of a bison ranch near Fairlight, Sask., asked the province’s Agricultural Operations Review Board to hear their complaint against a sheep producer who bought property about one kilometre from the bison ranch. The owners of the bison ranch, Rob Johnson, Rebecca Johnson and Ryan Clark, said allowing sheep to graze on the land could have a deadly impact on their herd of 2,200 bison. Bjornerud said the potential for disputes between sheep and bison owners needs to be addressed. The new task force will include repaccess=subscriber section=news,livestock,none

resentatives from the Saskatchewan Bison Association, the Saskatchewan Sheep Development Board, the provincial government and the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. The group will be chaired by Wendy Wilkins, a disease surveillance veterinarian with Saskatchewan Agriculture. During a presentation last week at the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities’ annual convention, Wilkins said there are still many unanswered questions surrounding MCF. With the exception of an epidemic believed to have occurred in a Saskatoon auction market in the early 2000s, Saskatchewan has recorded only a handful of bison deaths related to MCF. That said, anticipated expansion of the sheep and bison industries points to a need for greater co-operation and better management, Wilkins said. U.S. studies suggest the virus can be transmitted between species over distances as great a five kilometres. However, the risk of infection varies greatly, depending on environmental conditions and animal densities. The risk of infection is usually highest when bison and sheep share a common pasture or when bison are kept in close proximity to a feedlot that contains a significant number of lambs or sheep in close confinement. Wilkins said there are no definitive rules regarding buffer areas between sheep farms and bison ranches. Instead, it is likely that each situation will need to be assessed individually. Grazing the species in adjoining pastures is not a good idea.


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Mark Silzer, a Saskatchewan bison producer and president of the Canadian Bison Association, said establishing buffer zones between sheep and bison is a contentious issue that will require careful consideration. He said education will be a key element of the task force’s work. “I think education is certainly the first key to having bison and sheep producers really understand the disease,” Silzer said. “Once they do, then they can start to make some assessment as to the level of risk and how do you best manage that.” Silzer said it is important that bison and sheep producers work together to address the problem. Producer returns from bison and sheep have never been higher. Failure to deal with the problem could have costly consequences for both industries, he said. “When you get these issues, they have a tendency to polarize neighbours and communities and you have to be careful with that.” The task force was expected to hold its inaugural meeting last week.






Sask Party reduces ag property tax Education portion cut | The budget will set the mill rate for agriculture land at 3.91 BY BRIAN CROSS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Saskatchewan farmers will get another break on property taxes this year. Provincial finance minister Ken Krawetz announced that proposed cuts to the education portion of property taxes will reduce Saskatchewan landowners’ cumulative tax bill by $31.3 million dollars in 2011-12. The tax cuts, announced last week at the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities convention in Saskatoon, fulfills a pledge made by the Saskatchewan Party to reform property taxes and change how the provincial government funds public education. When the cuts are implemented in the province’s March 23 budget, the amount of education tax the province collects through property taxes will have decreased by about 80 percent, Krawetz said. The mill rate applied to all agricultural land in the province will be set at 3.91 mills, or $3.91 per $1,000 of assessment, he added. That’s down from 7.08 mills a few years ago. “That was a promise that we made four years ago,” said Krawetz. Saskatchewan will hold its next provincial election this November. The first phase of property tax cuts was implemented by the Brad Wall government two years ago. A second round of cuts was expected in 2010, but those plans were derailed when government finances began to tighten. “We were unable to keep our promise last year because revenues were not as good as they are this year,” Krawetz said. Last week’s announcement on property tax was the latest in a growing list of funding initiatives that will affect rural landowners and rural municipalities. In January, Wall announced that the province would implement a new municipal revenue sharing formula in its 2011-12 budget. Under that formula, one point of all provincial sales tax collected, an estimated $216.8 million, will be directed to municipal governments in the province in the 2011-12 budget year. Of that amount, rural municipalities and organized hamlets can expect to receive an estimated $62.9 million, an increase of roughly $14.3 million over the previous fiscal year.


In its quarterly financial update released earlier this month, the province announced that third-quarter income was roughly $311 million higher than expected because of higher-than-expected taxes and resource revenues. For the fiscal year ending March 31,

government revenue is projected at $10.99 billion, about $1 billion higher than original projections. Krawetz said the added revenue has allowed the government to make good on its promises. A handful of other minor spending initiatives were also announced by the province during the SARM convention. They included a $500,000 fund for the creation of a provincial beaver control program to be administered by SARM and an additional $150,000 for rat control programs, bringing total provincial spending for rat control to $750,000 a year.

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Herbicide tolerant flax variety years from hitting shelf Glyphosate tolerant | New variety does not use GM technology to manipulate genes BY ROBERT ARNASON



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HOLLAND, Man. — An American trait development company is making progress on a glyphosate tolerant flax variety, says James Radtke, product development vice-president for Cibus Global. Radtke told producers attending the Manitoba Flax Growers Association’s annual general meeting in Holland March 3 that his company should be growing flax plants with herbicide tolerance by 2012. However, it will still be several years before it can commercialize the technology. Cibus Global announced a partnership with the Flax Council of Canada last April to develop the variety, which isn’t genetically modified. The San Diego based company, which employs 50 people, including 40 scientists, uses a patented Rapid Trait Development System (RTDS) to create lines of plants with desired traits. It is also developing herbicide tolerant canola and rice, as well as traits for other crops. It hasn’t commercialized any of its technology. “We have canola that will be in registration trials, so we’re closest in canola,” Radtke said. He said investors aren’t losing patience, despite the fact that Cibus

was founded a decade ago and commercialization remains a few years off. “We have very dedicated investors,” he said. “Basically a number of very wealthy people out of New York City.” The company is also aided by its unique structure, under which it agrees to share royalties with collaborators such as the flax council. “Our model is a bit unusual…. The collaborators fund the project and at the end we share royalties…. They would get a cut of the trait royalties that come back into the program.” He said Cibus scientists create desirable plant traits without introducing foreign genetic material in a process similar to spell checking on a word processing program. They make a synthetic fragment of DNA and insert it into a target location on the plant’s genetic code. “It (the synthetic gene) has to match up, base pair by base pair, with everything in that gene except for the one change that we want to make,” he said. The technology creates a mismatch in the DNA. Enzymes within cells recognize that something is wrong and take action to correct it. “ They say, aha, this has to be changed. And they make the change.”

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The resulting gene has a different trait. Eric Fridfinnson, president of the Manitoba Flax Growers Association, said he’s encouraged by the project’s progress, but David Rourke, a pro-

ducer from Minto, Man., asked why Cibus and the flax council are focusing on glyphosate tolerance. With more weeds developing glyphosate resistance, why invest time and money on a herbicide that

may soon be ineffective? Radtke said once Cibus develops its technology for glyphosate, it can look at stacking non-genetically modified traits for other herbicides onto its glyphosate technology.





Genomics opens door Seed size excites growers to flax advancements Understanding traits | Project will help improve yields STORIES BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU


HOLLAND, Man. — Breeders are reaping the rewards of two research projects that are expanding the genetic knowledge of flax, even though growers won’t see the benefits for a decade or more. Genome Canada’s Total Utilization Flax Genomics (TUFGEN) and the Natural Fibres for the Green Economy Network (NAFGEN) are generating the information and tools needed to improve seed and fibre yields and other plant qualities, Agriculture Canada flax breeder Scott Duguid told the Manitoba Flax Growers Association’s (MFGA) March 3 annual meeting in Holland. “The TUFGEN and NAFGEN projects will start impacting some of that breeding in the near future, maybe two or three years.” Gordon Rowland of the University of Saskatchewan and Sylvie Cloutier of Agriculture Canada in Winnipeg are leading the TUFGEN project, but scientists from India are also collaborating. Flax Canada 2015 is leading the NAFGEN project, a joint effort by five universities, industry and government agencies. Both projects were announced in 2009. Duguid said one of the most significant benefits of the initiatives is that breeders are beginning to understand the traits of flax varieties from

It is unfortunate that this work wasn’t done 10 years ago, but the second best time to do it is now. ERIC FRIDFINNSON MANITOBA FLAX GROWERS ASSOCIATION

around the world. Breeders need that kind of knowledge to incorporate a specific trait into a new line of flax, such as seed colour, yield or disease resistance, he added. “I have information that I never had before, particularly in terms of characterizing these plants. It tells me (how) to find some of the variability that I need,” Duguid said. “ T h a t ’s e s s e n t i a l l y w h a t t h e genomics project and the NAFGEN project are doing…. We’re taking that book called flax, we’re opening it up and looking inside.” MFGA president Eric Fridfinnson, who grows flax near Arborg, Man., said this new knowledge should help flax catch up to other crops. “It is unfortunate that this work wasn’t done 10 years ago, but the second best time to do it is now,” he said. “To keep flax competitive, we need to get average yields up in at least the 30 bushel (per acre) range.” It typically takes 10 to 12 years to develop a new variety.

HOLL AND, Man. — Size isn’t everything, but the Prairie Grain Development Committee has recommended a new line of flax for variety registration that has a significantly bigger seed. Agriculture Canada flax breeder Scott Duguid, who developed the new line known as FP 2270, said the large seed size is a bonus, on top of its other positive traits. “I’m very excited about this variety,” Duguid said following his presentation at the Manitoba Flax Growers Association’s March 3 annual meeting in Holland. “It is a line that is outyielding Bethune, and it has this extra facet to it … a large seed size.” The Prairie Grain Development Committee’s oilseed committee vouched for Duguid’s work when it recommended FP 2270 at its annual meeting, held in Winnipeg in late February. The line produced an average yield of 38.8 bushels per acre in trials held at sites in the black and grey soil zone from 2008-10, where the growing season is longer. It yielded five to six percent more than CDC Bethune at those sites. Yields were even higher at sites across Western Canada, producing 41.7 bu. per acre, which was one percent higher than CDC Bethune. Duguid said most flax varieties have seeds that weigh 5.8 to six grams per 1,000 kernels, but FP 2270 weighs

6.8 grams per 1,000 kernels. The extra size makes the seed easier to handle but only provides a slight boost to yield, he added. “Yield is largely determined by how many seeds you have … in each of the bolls…. Seed weight is just a bonus.” Western Canadian trials have shown that FP 2270 has less oil content than CDC Bethune but has a higher content of linolenic acid. It is immune to rust and is moderately resistant to wilt. Its maturity is similar to Flanders. He said the line is particularly well suited to the black and grey soils of the eastern Prairies because it reaches maturity slightly later than Bethune. “It’s very well adapted to this particular zone.” The Prairie Grains Development Committee will now submit its recommendations to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s variety registration office. FOR A RELATED STORY, SEE PAGE 38

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Flax potential not being reached: seed expert Tender loving care needed | Many growers are not reaping the yields achieved in flax trials BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU

According to Manitoba’s seed guide, most flax varieties yielded close to 34 bushels per acre in provincial trials last year. However, flax insured by Manitoba Agricultural Services Corp. last year yielded an average of 19.5 bu. per acre. The substantial yield gap between trials and commercially grown flax is fairly constant from year to year and a consistent source of frustration for people who believe in the crop’s potential, such as Anastasia Kub-

inec, Manitoba Agriculture’s oilseed specialist. “With flax, if you gave it the same attention as you were giving canola and soybeans, you’d probably be more likely to get those 30 plus yields,” said Kubinec. She said there are two types of flax growers: those who grow flax regularly and know how to optimize yield and those who seed the crop in late spring as a last minute option before the crop insurance deadline. “They don’t treat it as a high value crop,” Kubinec said. “It’s the crop that everybody’s grandpa grew.” In 2009, Kubinec and other flax access=subscriber section=crops,news,none

experts tried to convince producers that flax deserves a little tender, loving care. There were no secrets in what she called the flax road show. The experts told farmers to follow the lead of producers who regularly grow flax and frequently get yields above 30 bu. per acre. The recipe is simple: seed early, control weeds and put on enough nitrogen. However, growers haven’t responded to the message. “It’s one of the challenges that we’re facing. There’s a lot more genetic potential in flax than what we producers are getting,” said Manitoba Flax Growers Association president Eric Fridfinnson.


Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission chair Lyle Simonson, who farms near Swift Current, said 2010 was a good year for flax in southwestern Saskatchewan. “In our area… we had lots of rain, (but) we were well above what our normal averages are.” Simonson said flax yields are typically 18 to 20 bu. per acre in the region. A new herbicide registered for use on flax should help growers control weed pressure and improve yields, he added. A Group 14 herbicide sold under the name Authority controls Group 2 resistant broadleaf weeds such as kochia, wild buckwheat, lamb’s quarters and redroot pigweed.

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Wet weather last year may herald late blight this year Alberta mounts awareness campaign | Late blight affects potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants and related weeds BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

The disease that caused the Irish potato famine poses a significant risk to Alberta’s potato crop this year. Late blight was found on backyard, market garden and commercial potato crops last year and will likely be a risk to this year’s tomato and potato crops, said Robert Spencer, Alberta Agriculture’s commercial horticulture specialist. “If conditions are ideal, it’s a definite risk,” said Spencer. Last year’s cool, wet and humid conditions were ideal for the fungal

disease. It went largely unchecked in residential gardens because of late identification and spread rapidly. Many gardeners had only a few days between when they noticed lesions on the plants and when the plants died. Late blight does not form an overwintering spore on the Prairies. Instead, the pathogen survives on living tissues carried from one season to another on infected seed potatoes, cull piles and volunteer potatoes. It also spreads during the growing season by spores produced on infected tissues and diseased crop debris.

Fungicides are available for commercial potato growers but are limited for backyard gardeners. Late blight affects potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants and related weeds. Spencer said horticultural experts don’t fully understand how widespread the disease is in Alberta because it showed up late last year. The spores are highly mobile and can be spread 80 kilometres by wind, especially in humid conditions. “This fungus likes moisture.” Spencer said the agriculture department has begun an awareness campaign and developed posters and information pamphlets to help iden-

tify the disease. It will also work with greenhouses, market gardens and large stores where seed potatoes that may harbour the disease are sold. Initial symptoms are typically noted on older leaves, appearing as dark, water-soaked lesions that move in from the tips and become brown and brittle within a couple days. Lesions may also develop on plant stems, potato tubers and tomato fruit. Infected tubers may have irregular, sunken lesions that are often found around the eyes. The rot penetrates deeply into the potato.

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Full cost recovery strategy flying under farmers’ radar BY ADRIAN EWINS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

The National Farmers Union is unhappy with proposed changes to the Canadian Grain Commission’s fees and licences. The federal agency is looking to revise its costs of fees and licences with an eye toward full cost recovery beginning in 2012. It now recovers 50 percent of its costs and has frozen its costs since the 1990s. The commission has been consulting with farmers, farm groups and grain industry stakeholders over the past few months. One group that hasn’t had much to say publicly is the NFU. Glenn Taut of Meota, Sask., who recently resigned from the NFU’s board of directors, said the commission is a crucially important asset for prairie farmers and the nation as a whole, and the government should be cautious about making changes. “The agency provides important quality guarantees in export markets and guarantees fair treatment to farmers. “They call it modernization, but this is a big step backwards,” said Tait. “It’s absolutely up to the federal government to ensure the commission is adequately funded for full operation.” He said the NFU is aware of how important this issue is to farmer’ pocketbooks, but unfortunately it has been a low profile issue for the average farmer. “There are many more pressing and more urgent problems in day-to-day farming and production. It’s been flying under the radar.” He said the system of the last 20 years has worked well for farmers and grain companies and should be left alone. Several regional NFU directors raised the issue in the NFU’s spring newsletter. Jan Stomp of Alberta said there seems to less eagerness to deregulate and cut commission services, and commissioners seem to listen to farmer input more than in the past. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Biochar tests move from lab to field Ontario soil trials | Researchers will study the impact on greenhouse gases, soil fertility and crop yields BY JEFFREY CARTER FREELANCE WRITER

DRESDEN, Ont. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; A University of Waterloo researcher sees potential in applying biochar to Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s temperate soils. Field trials in Ontario are moving forward this year. Maren Oelbermann suspects that biochar can provide agronomic and environmental benefits but says more research is warranted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The environmental benefits are that less N fertilizers will have to be added to the soil, which will reduce the overall environmental footprint and reduce nitrous oxide emissions, a powerful greenhouse gas that has 296 times the global warming potential compared to carbon dioxide,â&#x20AC;? Oelbermann said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Similarly, the addition of biochar, a source of carbon, may help to sequester carbon in the soil over the long term.â&#x20AC;? Oelbermann has already conducted laboratory tests on heavy, medium-textured and sandy soil collected from three research stations in Ontario. Treatments included applying urea

ammonium nitrate (UAN) alone and with biochar. Corn was planted and the resulting dry shoot biomass from each treatment was weighed. Preliminary results show that biochar presoaked with UAN and added at a rate of 400 kilograms per acre increased the dry shoot biomass of corn by 64 percent over the control, which didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t receive biochar or UAN. Oelbermann said other questions need to be answered: â&#x20AC;˘ how much biochar is needed for the various soil types; â&#x20AC;˘ which form of biochar works best; â&#x20AC;˘ how does biochar interact with soil microbes; â&#x20AC;˘ what are the long-term impacts on greenhouse gases, soil fertility and crop productivity; â&#x20AC;˘ how does biochar react with manure as compared with inorganic fertilizers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Several studies are underway to investigate the ability of biochar to reduce nitrous oxide emissions.â&#x20AC;? She said reducing nitrogen rates by adding biochar would be good for the water supply and benefit farmers economically. However, it would likely take many access=subscriber section=news,none,none

Biochar researcher Maren Oelbermann has conducted long-term intercropping trials for corn and soybeans in Argentina. | PHOTO COURTESY OF MAREN OELBERMANN years before the addition of biochar results in significant soil organic matter gains, she added. Oelbermann first began her biochar research when she was involved with a study to evaluate flooding large tracts of boreal forest for hydroelectric development. Biochar tends to build up on the mineral soils of this environment because of natural fire cycles. Biochar Ontario president Lloyd Helferty also sees potential. He told the Growing the Margins conference in London March 1 that biochar could be used to boost the yields of purpose-grown energy crops such as switchgrass on marginal soil. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are many circumstances in

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Soybeans still viable option in Alberta: grower Research funding sought | Trials would provide growing information BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

Weather dampened efforts to increase soybean acreage in southern Alberta last year, but that hasn’t discouraged one of the crop’s promoters. Patrick Fabian of Fabian Seed Farms in Tilley, Alta., seeded 240 of the estimated 5,600 acres of soybeans grown in Alberta last year. However, weather reduced his yields to 12 to 38 bushels per acre. Other growers in the Lethbridge, Brooks and Grassy Lake areas had similar results. Normal yields in southern Alberta are 40 to 50 bu., said Fabian. “It’s a year that I hope we never see again,” he said. “I’m glad we’re looking at it in the rearview mirror.” Soybeans like wet conditions, but they also require heat to thrive. Despite the setback, Fabian hopes Alberta growers will plant 10,000 acres of soybeans this year and cont inu es to b el iev e in t he c ro p’s potential. “They might be an option for growers who need to seed something that goes in a little later,” he said. Fabian planted soybeans on June 30 last year because of the weather delays and was surprised when they almost reached maturity. That tells


him the crop has more versatility than potential growers may realize. At a soybean school held during Ag Expo in Lethbridge March 3, Fabian listed what he sees as the advantages of growing soybeans in Alberta’s irrigated south: • soybeans can be planted using conventional seeding equipment such as air seeders, hoe drills, disc drills and planters; • they can spread the workload for farmers growing other crops because they can be planted late and harvested late; • they can be left standing for awhile after reaching maturity because they resist shattering and weathering; • they will leave 30 to 50 pounds of nitrogen in the soil when double inoculated, which can reduce fertilizer costs for the next crop in a rotation; • they are traded daily and easily marketed; • seeding costs, which include ter-

minal use agreements, inoculants, seed treatment and Roundup, are less than $130 per acre; • Roundup Ready varieties allow easy weed control and good field cleanup for subsequent crops. Fabian said he and other Alberta growers are learning as they go. As well, crop insurance is difficult to obtain because soybeans are not widely grown in the region and thus lack statistics on average production and yield. Manjula Bandara, a special crop researcher at Alberta Agriculture’s research station in Brooks, has applied for grant funding for trials this year to get those statistics. Bandara said in an interview that if funding becomes available, he plans to research the irrigation needs of soybeans and their optimum row spacing and seeding rate. “Our biggest challenge we are facing now is to get a suitable variety that can mature in less than 115 days.” Marketing a crop from a non-traditional growing area can also be an issue. Corny Van Dasselaar of Country Commodities Ltd. in Lethbridge said increased production would improve the options. “We need some critical mass,” he told the soybean school. “It’s the chicken and egg scenario. access=subscriber section=crops,news,none

4.3 million tonnes OF SOYBEANS WERE HARVESTED IN CANADA IN 2010 We need to have a critical mass here as far as acres go so it becomes a dependable market.” Van Dasselaar said a lack of processing capacity in Alberta limits marketing efforts. “(But) whatever you grow, we’ve been able to find a home for it. We are working hard to get a contracting program for fall. We are encouraged by the acres that are committed already this year.” For export sales, Van Dasselaar said Alberta has a freight advantage over

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Vertical tillage dries saturated fields Zero-till compromise | Vertical tillage breaks up hardpan and eliminates standing water while limiting soil disturbance BY RON LYSENG WINNIPEG BUREAU

BRANDON — Vertical tillage is not a drastic departure for producers who regularly perform some type of cultivation. However, it might be the compromise that 100 percent zero till producers are looking for as they try to get rid of excess water while still maintaining surface residue. Roger Burak, a diversification technician with Manitoba Agriculture, told a Manitoba Ag Days workshop that horizontal tools with shanks, shovels, plows or harrows create a compaction layer, or smear layer, just below the working tool. Roots and surface water find it difficult to penetrate this layer and water standing on the surface cannot percolate down into the soil profile. A further problem is that roots hit this layer and then spread out sideways. Shallow roots can’t access moisture and nutrients below the smear layer, causing lodging and poor yields. “If we can use vertical tillage tools to break through that smear or hardpan, we can let that excess surface water infiltrate deep into the soil,” said Burak, who also farms near Arborg, Man. “Vertical tillage tools are coulter type implements that slice vertically through the smear layer and break up the hardpan.” Breaking up the compaction layer also aerates the soil at the surface so it dries faster. Vertical tillage machines can run through standing water to break up the hardpan that’s holding water at the surface. In many cases, the standing water is gone the next day, say farmers with experience in the practice. “In wet, muddy conditions, vertical till machines are probably better than a disc or deep tiller,” Burak said. “The problem with those traditional implements is they plug with mud. They try to move a lot of soil, and when that soil is wet, you get big clumps you’ll have to deal with later. “With a vertical tillage machine, you’re not moving much soil at all. You’re creating cuts down through the smear and fluffing up the top couple of inches.” Burak said he wouldn’t run deeper than three or four inches, even if the field was extremely wet. He said vertical till is used most often on a stubble field, which should be fairly smooth. As a result, a single pass should be adequate to create a good seedbed. A second shallow pass in the spring may be needed if there are bad ruts from the combines. Burak lined up field demonstrations last year in Manitoba’s northern Interlake, which is notorious for wet

WORKING IN THE MUD Follow The Western Producer this spring as we cover the issues of working in the mud. Check out our ongoing coverage at fields. He also tried 40 acres on his own farm. “I deep tilled this field earlier to try dry it out, so there were lots of lumps. “One pass with the vertical tillage machine smashed them up and cut them down to particle size. In my view, we probably could have gone in and seeded right away. “If we wanted an absolutely perfect seedbed, one pass with harrows would have done the trick. But I think that if you run the vertical tillage machine shallow and fast, you shouldn’t need a second pass in most situations.” He said sales representatives from implement manufacturers agree that wavy discs provide more disturbance at the surface and better drying, but he hasn’t seen research to support this. Burak’s presentation struck home with at least one producer at the workshop. “It’s not true and pure zero-till anymore, but maybe it gets rid of enough of that water that I can get my seeding done without ripping up my fields,” ccess=subscriber heasaid.

TOP: Running coulters shallow according to recommendations, and hanging enough finishing machinery at the back end, often results in a perfect seedbed in just one pass. ABOVE LEFT: For stony fields or rough terrain, independently mounted coulters do a good job of taking the hits and following contours. ABOVE RIGHT: If fields are smooth and free of stones, a gang style mount provides uniform pressure and a flat seedbed. | ROGER BURAK PHOTOS

TILLAGE UNITS: WHAT TO LOOK FOR Although the dozen or more vertical tillage units on the market appear similar, Burak said producers should consider a number of factors: angle of the coulters determines the amount of soil disturbance

» » more waves per blade and deeper waves cause more soil disturbance » blade spacing affects residue incorporation » thicker blades are better for stony ground » weight balance front to rear affects soil penetration » gang coulters create equal pressure, better for smooth fields » independent coulters follow better in stony ground or rough terrain





Vertical till compromise for no-till farmers Front and rear aggressive blades | Cost per acre running equipment at 10 to 15 m.p.h. pencils out to approximately $13-$15 BY RON LYSENG WINNIPEG BUREAU

BRANDON — Most people who have operated vertical tillage implements use the word “vibrate” to describe the action of the wavy coulters in the soil. Chris Claeys takes the description one step further. “I’d say the word ‘fractures’ is a better term for what happens,” said the farmer from Deloraine, Man. He said that the tips of the blades, when they roll into the soil at high speed and with deep waves, create a shock that goes straight down to fracture the shallow hardpan. Claeys bought a new 40-foot Sommers Super Coulter in 2010 with eight-wave notched blades front and rear. They were the most aggressive blades he could find. Claeys had previously tried vertical till implements on his farm and had decided that vertical till would become a standard part of his field operations, with or without the mud problem. His farm has been 100 percent zero till for a decade, which is approximately the length of time the Prairies have experienced wet weather. “Every spring we struggle with too much water to get on the land. We’re always a week or two late because of mud,” Claeys said. He thinks zero till can sometimes be too efficient at spreading residue uniformly across the land and sealing up the surface. As a result, no black soil is left to absorb sunlight to warm and dry the land. “We have neighbours who still cultivate the way they always have. Last year they were on some of their fields three weeks before us,” he said. “I’d never go back to black soil again, but I think this vertical tillage implement is a good compromise if you’re in zero till.

“It gives us just enough black soil. It allows evaporation upwards into the atmosphere, but it also lets water soak down, deeper into the soil. The water moves both ways. That’s a huge advantage.” Claeys has also had good results running his Sommers through standing water, which he said can be held on the surface by the smear layer. “We’ve got areas where the water doesn’t usually sit but it was sitting last fall. We went through with the vertical till implement and the water disappeared. “We had that happen halfway up the hillside. There are spots like that where the smear layer is definitely holding water. “If that’s the case, if it really is hardpan, you can definitely break it up and get rid of standing water with your vertical till implement.” He said an implement can’t do much if water is standing because the surface water table is too high. Claeys ran the coulters about two inches deep last fall, depending on field conditions. Most of those fields will be ready for seeding with just that single pass. He will also run a shallow pass this spring on fields that are still too wet. He’s left his canola stubble alone to ensure he doesn’t lose the residue. Those fields will also get a shallow pass in the spring. He said he was surprised at how well the implement handled flax straw last fall. “We went in right after the combine chopped and spread the flax straw. I told myself I’d try it until I had to stop to unwind straw four times. “Just four chances, then I’d quit and go home. Well, it never wrapped up once. Never wound up. So I kept going until I finished.” He’s been running at eight to 10 m.p.h., despite knowing that higher speeds are possible and might give access=subscriber section=crops,news,none

After 10 years of zero-till, Chris Claeys thinks he may have conserved too much moisture, given the recent weather trend. His solution is vertical tillage to get rid of excess water while maintaining surface residue. | CHRIS CLAEYS PHOTOS

WORKING IN THE MUD Follow The Western Producer this spring as we cover the issues of working in the mud. Check out our ongoing coverage at him a better finish. Claeys bought the machine with the idea that it should last him a long time and is hesitant to work it too hard. Claeys figures his cost per acre pencils out to $13 to $15 per acre. He said vertical tillage isn’t just for wet conditions. He thinks zero-till farmers can also gain something in more normal conditions. “All that organic matter is just laying there on the surface, and it’s gassing off into the atmosphere. Our crops are losing some of the nutritional value of that organic matter. “It would be nice to get it worked into the soil so we get the long-term benefit from it. And it’s good to get a little bit of soil movement in the top two inches. “So I think we’ll start doing vertical till on the whole farm from now on.”


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Bin checks vital to retain canola quality Check early, check often | Calgary farmer learns the hard way that a crop in the bin isn’t the same as money in the bank BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

Troy Prosofsky of the Canola Council of Canada has an expensive example to illustrate why farmers should check their canola bins after harvest. Prosofsky said a farmer north of Calgary harvested No. 1 canola last fall, at 10 to 11 percent moisture and

stored it in two 5,000-bushel bins. He contracted 10,000 bushels at $12.85 per bu., and looked forward to his $128,500 payment. But he didn’t check his bins until February. When he did, he found the canola was 30 percent heated. He made $7.18 per bushel on 5,000 bu. of the heated grain, for a total of

$35,900, and burned another 5,000 bu. because the crop was beyond salvage. Net loss from failure to check bins: $92,600. “Luckily he wasn’t forced to buy his way out of his contract,” Prosofsky told members of the Southern Applied Research Association. “If he’d had to buy his way out of his contract, he’d have been charged access=subscriber section=crops,none,none

$60,000. I don’t know what he did, if he got them a bottle of 150-year-old scotch or what it was, but they let him out of his contract. He was fortunate.” Canola research into new varieties is moving quickly, said Prosofsky, but research on storage is lagging behind. Increased oil content is a factor in how the canola stores, but little is known about it. “Nine or 10 years ago, we were getting 41 or 42 percent oil content. Now we’re hearing stuff reaching 50 percent, 48 percent oil content,” he said. “We are hearing more reports of stuff heating at 10 percent moisture, binned at 10 C, and it should have been fine but didn’t last the winter.” Prosofsky estimated about 10 percent of the annual canola crop ends up heating, so bin checks are vital. “Check your bins, guys. What may-


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Cool spring forecast poses problems for canola crop Check soil temperature twice daily before seeding BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

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Spring seeding conditions are forecast to be cool, so attention to soil temperature will be needed when seeding canola. Troy Prosofsky of the Canola Council of Canada recommends the use of a soil thermometer. He told members of the Southern Applied Research Association March 3 to check soil temperature twice daily, at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., for several days before seeding. When the two figures average 5 C, it’s safe to begin. “Lots of guys like to get in there as soon as that snow is gone and start seeding,” said Prosofsky. But emergence can be a problem if the soil is cold. “The problem with cooler temperatures is emergence, increased exposure to seedling diseases and it impairs the protein production in the leaves,” he said. However, Prosofsky acknowledged that conditions aren’t always ideal when bad weather and many acres are involved. “If you do have large acres and it looks like it’s going to be a small window that we have to climb through for seeding, we do have some recommendations.” A higher seeding rate is recommended if soil is below 5 C. As well, growers should slow down when seeding to ensure optimum placement in the first half-inch of soil. Prosofsky doesn’t recommend seeding deeper to connect seed with available moisture. “If you’re putting it in a little deeper, the beginning of the season is definitely not the time,” he said. “The soil temperatures are way too

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cold. That seedling does not have enough power, enough energy to come out of 2.5 inches of soil, especially if it’s at two degrees.” After emergence, he encouraged growers to scout crops for cutworms, which he thinks may be a problem this year. He recommended checking areas of greener growth and parts of the field that warm quickly, such as high spots, south-facing slopes and sandy areas. Growers should check for worms in the top two inches of soil. “Also, look for congregating birds, ravens or seagulls. If you see them on a side hill, there’s something going on out there. They’re feeding on something, so go kick some dirt.” Prosofsky said he thinks cutworm damage is often misdiagnosed by growers as frost damage or poor emergence from deeper seeding. If cutworms are found, he advised growers to cut them open and examine the inside. “If there is green guck inside, then they are still feeding. Once they’re done feeding, you’ve probably missed the window for economical spraying.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none




Rubber tracks versus round, rubber tires Maximum flotation | Tracks perform better in wet conditions; conventional tires score better in overall farm work WORKING IN THE MUD Follow The Western Producer this spring as we cover the issues of working in the mud. Check out our ongoing coverage at BY RON LYSENG WINNIPEG BUREAU

The website for Flaman’s Great Stuck In The Muck 2010 photo contest had 132 entries, of which 129 were machines mounted to tires. Only three were on tracks and those were construction-type tractors that ventured out to help in the rescues. What does that tell us about rubber tracks versus round, rubber tires in wet conditions? “It tells us that if it’s too muddy to be in the field, but you feel you have to get out there anyway, you’re better off with rubber tracks,” said ag engineer Reed Turner, who recently retired from the Alberta Ag Tech Centre in Lethbridge. “Sometimes we know we shouldn’t be out there, but we just have no choice.” access=subscriber section=crops,none,none section=crops,news,none


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Turner conducted many studies while at the centre comparing track tractors to rubber tires tractors. Lawrence Papworth, unit manager at the centre, said flotation is the big-


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Higher production will avoid 2008 fertilizer prices Prices will ‘remain elevated’ | Although prices are up over last year, they are unlikely to reach the August 2008 peak LONDON, U.K. (Reuters) — Soaring fertilizer prices are unlikely to reach 2008 highs because manufacturers are better prepared to respond to rising demand. “I would think we are not going to get anywhere near those sort of figures. I think that was a one-off,” said trader Calum Findlay of Gleadell Agriculture. Fertilizer producers were caught on the hop as demand surged in 2008, he added. “We’ve got manufacturing capacity that has come on stream since then and there is more coming on stream.” Prices for ammonium nitrate fertilizer have risen to about $300 per tonne, f.o.b. Black Sea, from $181 in June 2010 but remain well shy of a peak of $500 set in August 2008. Analysts said capacity has been added in response to the 2006-08 price boom. The lead time on new fertilizer projects is three to five years. For example, urea supply is expected to rise to 164.2 million tonnes in 2011, up 18 percent from 139.1 million in 2007, according to the International Fertilizer Industry Association. “Although fertilizer prices are expected to remain elevated compared to historical values, they are unlikely to revisit the peaks set two years ago,” CRU analyst Andrew Prince said. Severe drought in Russia and growing demand from biofuel producers, particularly in the United States, have led U.S. corn prices to more than double since June 2010. They peaked at $7.35 a bushel earlier this month, the highest price paid for the front month since the summer of 2008, when it reached a record high of $7.65 a bu. “Grain prices took off in June and the global nitrogen market followed,” said Ken Bowler, marketing manager with leading British fertilizer manufacturer GrowHow. High prices encourage farmers to use fertilizer to boost yields. They also increase the area on which crops are grown. U.S. corn plantings this spring are expected to cover the second-largest area since the Second World War Even so, analysts and fertilizer manufacturers see room for only limited fertilizer price gains this year. “The waning seasonal demand towards the middle of 2011 should bring some relief to the market tightness,” Prince said. Fertilizer trading is most active during the northern hemisphere winter, and demand typically declines in summer. “The prices we see in 2011 are relatively flat during the first half of the year, then start to rise again as we get to the end of 2011,” Bowler said. “Whether we see any significant rises is very debatable as we are at a high level at the moment.” Fertilizer prices have received support in the past month from turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East, a key producing region due to low energy costs. The production of fertilizers such as ammonium nitrate requires huge amounts of energy, and natural gas represents more than 70 percent of production costs, Bowler said. access=subscriber section=news,crops,markets

“Urea supplies from Egypt were suspended in the first week of February following the political unrest. Only a few sales of urea to traders were realized at prices that were the highest level since the peak of 2008,” Prince said. “By the end of February, supplies of urea from Egypt were back to pre-crisis levels, and prices also retreated.” Yara said Libyan government and rebel forces had engaged in fighting around its fertilizer factory in Brega, though without causing much physical damage.

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Canola beats soybeans in EU biofuel Growers irked over delay of high oleic soybeans

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TAMPA, Fla. — Europe’s new biofuel requirements are creating a marketing opportunity for Canadian canola at the expense of U.S. soybeans. The European Union’s Renewable Energy Directive disqualifies soyb e a n s a s a n i n g re d i e n t i n E U biodiesel. The directive, which EU countries were to implement by Dec. 25, requires that biofuel feedstocks reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 35 percent compared to petroleum diesel. The EU has determined that soybeans have a 31 percent reduction. “Since virtually all of the soybean oil processed from U.S. soybeans in the EU is used in biodiesel production, this jeopardizes a $1 billion market for soybeans,” said Steve Wellman, first vice-president of the American Soybean Association. Canadian canola has been assigned the same value as European rapeseed, which is a 38 percent reduction in emissions. That means canola should be able to fill some of the soybean void. “It will be an opportunity for us but I can’t estimate how big,” said Canola Council of Canada president JoAnne Buth. Germany is the first EU country to implement the directive. Crushers in that country are importing U.S. soybeans for the meal but are forced to export the oil instead of turning it into biodiesel. Buth said Europe’s feed industry desperately needs soybean meal, which presents a similar conundrum for crushers in other European countries. “They might be exporting soy oil and then importing canola,” she said. However, the European directive is still causing challenges for Canadian canola. The EU requires a proof of sustainability certificate that ensures biofuel feedstock wasn’t produced on farms converted from high carbon density land such as rain forests. Buth said EU countries have proposed seven certification schemes, but none have been approved. Canada is deciding whether it wants to adopt one of the seven proposed schemes or devise one of its own. Wellman, who spoke to reporters during a news conference at the 2011 Commodity Classic conference in Tampa, said the U.S. soybean industry doesn’t have the same traceability system as the EU. The American Soybean Association is pushing for a bilateral agreement recognizing that difference and providing a sustainability certificate on an aggregate basis for the entire industry. The association was part of a U.S. delegation that travelled to Brussels in February to voice its concerns about the directive. It pointed out that the EU’s Joint Research Center used Brazilian production, processing and transportation data to determine the soybean number, ignoring the advantages of America’s “highly efficient agriculture industry.”

It provided the Europeans with an alternative study funded by the U.S. soybean checkoff showing greenhouse gas reductions of up to 52 percent for soybean biodiesel. Wellman said U.S. soybean growers don’t like being told by the Europeans how they should produce, process and transport their crops. The delegation told the Europeans that they want to continue servicing that market, but U.S. soybean growers will redirect shipments to the 36 other countries that buy their product if they continue to face trade barriers.

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TAMPA, Fla. — Canadian omega 9 canola growers won’t face stiff competition from the mighty U.S. soybean industry for a couple more years. High oleic soybeans were supposed to be on the market by now. Pioneer Hi-Bred’s business manager for soybean output traits said in 2009 that the company planned to commercially introduce the product that spring with “aggressive ramp-up

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Regulatory delays have been a major source of frustration for the company. It submitted its product for approval with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2006, and approval was granted last June. The genetically modified crop has been approved in the United States,

Mexico, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. The company is still awaiting regulatory consent in important export markets such as Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, China and the European Union. Sanders said the EU will likely be the last to approve Pioneer’s high

oleic soybeans. He expects the approval to come in early 2012, paving the way for widespread planting of the crop in 2013. Pioneer hopes 20 to 30 percent of the 80 million acres planted to soybeans in the U.S. and Canada will eventually be converted to its high

oleic varieties. “We have pretty high hopes that this could be a crop that’s in the tens of millions of acres,” he said. In the meantime, the U.S. soybean industry continues to lose market share in the food service industry to palm oil and high oleic canola oil, which are able to meet trans fat regulations. Sanders estimates the industry has lost the equivalent of seven million acres to those competing crops since trans fat labelling laws were adopted. He applauded the canola industry for developing a market for its omega 9 high oleic oil. “That was a real wake-up call for our industry. We had to think about a way to improve this oil to recapture some of that market share,” he said. It takes a long time to qualify an oil so that it can be part of a food company’s formulations. Pioneer has signed more than 25


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TAMPA, Fla. — American farmers are as frustrated with rail service as their Canadian counterparts. In 1980, more than 40 Class 1 railroads competed for shipper business in the United States. Today, after more than 50 mergers and consolidations, seven Class 1 railroads are left, three of which control more than 70 percent of the country’s grain movement. Farmers in the central U.S. have competition for their grain because that’s where the major railways converge. However, the far corners of the grain growing region often have only one railway. “That makes it a little tougher for our shippers to negotiate the good shipping rates,” said Eric Steiner, director of government affairs for farm policy with the National Association of Wheat Growers. The organization hopes Congress will pass two pieces of legislation this year that will help address its concerns about rail capacity and captivity. One bill would remove anti-trust exemptions for railways, ensuring that future attempts at consolidation would face extra review by the Surface Transportation Board to take into account the effect on consumers and shippers. The other would remove the Surface Transportation Board from the control of the U.S. Department of Transportation and set it up as a separate commission. The board oversees the shipping industry, ensuring that the rates the railways charge are what they need to maintain infrastructure, pay employees and generate a reasonable profit. It also resolves disputes between railways and shippers. NAWG believes the board would become a better advocate for shippers if it was its own entity. “We think the dispute resolution entity would be stronger if it were its own commission” said Steiner during an interview at the 2011 Commodity Classic conference. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none





Lack of deal called threat to exports Pork leaders urge action | Free trade with South Korea vital for export market BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

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Canada’s beleaguered hog industry says it will lose its third largest export market within years if Ottawa does not become more aggressive in negotiating a trade deal with South Korea. Pork exports to South Korea were worth $100 million last year, and industry officials predict that could increase to $500 million within a decade with appropriate access. However, in an open letter to prime minister Stephen Harper last week, industry leaders said that potential will be lost if Canada does not com-

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Tributes/Memoriams ...............0100 Announcements ...................... 0200 COMMUNITY CALENDAR British Columbia ................... 0310 Alberta...................................0320 Saskatchewan ......................0330 Manitoba ...............................0340 Airplanes ................................. 0400 Alarms & Security Systems .... 0500 ANTIQUES Antique Auctions .................. 0701 Antique Equipment ...............0703 Antique Vehicles ...................0705 Antique Miscellaneous ......... 0710 Arenas ..................................... 0800 Auction Sales .......................... 0900 Auction Schools ...................... 0950 AUTO & TRANSPORT Auto Service & Repairs ......... 1050 Auto & Truck Parts ................ 1100 Buses ..................................... 1300 Cars .......................................1400 Trailers Grain Trailers ...................... 1505 Livestock Trailers .................1510 Misc. Trailers ........................ 1515 Trucks 2007 & Newer ......................1597 2000 - 2006 .......................1600 1999 & Older....................... 1665 Four Wheel Drive ................ 1670 Grain Trucks .........................1675 Semi Trucks ..........................1677 Specialized Trucks .............. 1680 Sport Utilities.......................1682 Various ................................ 1685 Vans ....................................... 1700 Vehicles Wanted ....................1705 Bargain Bin ..............................1800 BEEKEEPING Honey Bees ........................... 2010 Cutter Bees............................2020 Bee Equipment & Supplies ... 2025 Belting ......................................2200 Bio Diesel & Equipment...........2300 Books & Magazines ..................2400 BUILDING & RENOVATIONS Concrete Repair & Coatings ................................ 2504 Doors & Windows ................. 2505 Electrical & Plumbing ............2510 Lumber .................................. 2520 Roofing .................................. 2550 Supplies ................................ 2570 Buildings .................................. 2601 Building Movers ....................... 2602 Business Opportunities ...........2800 BUSINESS SERVICES Consulting ............................. 2901 Financial & Legal .................. 2902 Insurance & Investments...... 2903 Butcher’s Supplies .................. 3000 Chemicals................................. 3150 Clothing: Drygoods & Workwear ...........3170 Collectibles ..............................3200 Compressors ............................3300 Computers................................3400 CONTRACTING Custom Baling ....................... 3510 Custom Combining ............... 3520 Custom Feeding .....................3525 Custom Seeding .....................3527 Custom Silage ....................... 3530 Custom Spraying...................3540 Custom Trucking ................... 3550 Custom Tub Grinding .............3555 Custom Work .........................3560 Construction Equipment..........3600 Dairy Equipment ...................... 3685 Diesel Engines..........................3700 Educational ..............................3800 Electrical Motors...................... 3825 Electrical Equipment ............... 3828 Engines.....................................3850 Farm Buildings ........................ 4000 Bins .......................................4003 Storage/Containers...............4005 FARM MACHINERY Aeration ................................ 4103 Conveyors ............................. 4106

Equipment Monitors ............. 4109 Fertilizer Equipment .............. 4112 Grain Augers ..........................4115 Grain Carts .............................4118 Grain Cleaners ....................... 4121 Grain Dryers ...........................4124 Grain Elevators ......................4127 Grain Testers ......................... 4130 Grain Vacuums .......................4133 Harvesting & Haying Baling Equipment ............... 4139 Mower Conditioners ............4142 Swathers ............................. 4145 Swather Accessories ........... 4148 H&H Various.........................4151 Combines Belarus .................................4157 Case/IH ............................... 4160 CI ..........................................4163 Caterpillar Lexion ............... 4166 Deutz ................................... 4169 Ford/NH ................................4172 Gleaner .................................4175 John Deere ............................4178 Massey Ferguson..................4181 Python ................................. 4184 Versatile ...............................4187 White ................................... 4190 Various .................................4193 Combine Accessories Combine Headers................ 4199 Combine Pickups ................ 4202 Misc. Accessories ................ 4205 Hydraulics .............................4208 Parts & Accessories ............... 4211 Salvage .................................4214 Potato & Row Crop Equipment ............................4217 Repairs .................................. 4220 Rockpickers ............................4223 Snowblowers & Snowplows .......................... 4226 Silage Equipment .................. 4229 Special Equipment.................4232 Spraying Equipment PT Sprayers ......................... 4238 SP Sprayers ..........................4241 Spraying Various................. 4244 Tillage & Seeding Air Drills .............................. 4250 Air Seeders .......................... 4253 Harrows & Packers .............. 4256 Seeding Various .................. 4259 Tillage Equipment ............... 4262 Tillage & Seeding Various .............................. 4265 Tractors Agco Agco ....................................4274 Allis/Deutz..........................4277 White .................................4280 Belarus ................................ 4283 Case/IH ............................... 4286 Steiger ............................... 4289 Caterpillar ........................... 4292 John Deere ........................... 4295 Kubota ................................. 4298 Massey Ferguson................. 4301 New Holland ........................4304 Ford ................................... 4307 Versatile ............................ 4310 Universal ..............................4313 Zetor .................................... 4316 Various Tractors .................. 4319 Loaders & Dozers ...................4322 Miscellaneous ....................... 4325 Wanted .................................. 4328 Fencing .................................... 4400 Financing/Leasing ...................4450 Firewood .................................. 4475 Fish & Fish Farming...... ...........4500 Food Products .......................... 4525 Forestry / Logging Equipment ...............4550 Fork Lifts & Pallet Trucks ........ 4600 Fruit / Fruit Processing ............4605 Fur Farming .............................. 4675 Generators ................................4725 GPS ........................................... 4730 Green Energy.............................4775 Health Care .............................. 4810 Health Foods ............................ 4825

Heating & Air Conditioning....................4850 Hides, Furs, & Leathers ...........4880 Hobbies & Handicrafts ............4885 Household Items......................4890 Iron & Steel ..............................4960 Irrigation Equipment ...............4980 LANDSCAPING Greenhouses .........................4985 Lawn & Garden .....................4988 Nursery & Gardening Supplies ............4990 LIVESTOCK Cattle Auction Sales ......................5005 Black Angus ......................... 5010 Red Angus ........................... 5015 Belgian Blue ........................5030 Blonde d’Aquitaine ............. 5035 Brahman ..............................5040 Brangus ............................... 5042 Braunvieh ............................ 5047 BueLingo ............................. 5052 Charolais ............................. 5055 Dexter ..................................5065 Excellerator ......................... 5067 Galloway .............................5070 Gelbvieh .............................. 5075 Guernsey .............................5080 Hereford ............................. 5090 Highland ..............................5095 Holstein ............................... 5100 Jersey ................................... 5105 Limousin............................... 5115 Lowline .................................5118 Luing.....................................5120 Maine-Anjou .........................5125 Miniature............................. 5130 Murray Grey .........................5135 Piedmontese ....................... 5160 Pinzgauer .............................5165 Red Poll ................................ 5175 Salers....................................5185 Santa Gertrudis ................... 5188 Shaver Beefblend.................5195 Shorthorn ............................5200 Simmental ........................... 5205 South Devon .........................5210 Speckle Park.........................5215 Tarentaise ........................... 5220 Texas Longhorn ....................5225 Wagyu.................................. 5230 Welsh Black ..........................5235 Cattle Various ..................... 5240 Cattle Wanted ..................... 5245 Cattle Events & Seminars ....5247 Horses Auction Sales ...................... 5305 American Saddlebred ......... 5310 Appaloosa ............................5315 Arabian ................................ 5320 Belgian .................................5325 Canadian ..............................5327 Clydesdale ........................... 5330 Donkeys ................................5335 Haflinger ............................. 5345 Miniature............................. 5365 Morgan .................................5375 Mules ...................................5380 Norwegian Fjord ................. 5385 Paint ....................................5390 Palomino ............................. 5395 Percheron ............................5400 Peruvian ..............................5405 Ponies..................................5408 Quarter Horse ......................5415 Shetland .............................. 5420 Sport Horses ....................... 5424 Standardbred ......................5430 Tennessee Walker ............... 5445 Thoroughbred .....................5450 Welsh ................................... 5455 Horses Various ....................5460 Horses Wanted .................... 5465 Horse Events, Seminars ...... 5467 Horse Hauling .....................5469 Harness & Vehicles ............. 5470 Saddles.................................5475 Sheep Auction Sales ...................... 5505 Arcott................................... 5510 Columbia ............................. 5520



Dorper ..................................5527 Dorset .................................. 5530 Katahdin .............................. 5550 Lincoln..................................5553 Suffolk .................................5580 Texel Sheep ......................... 5582 Sheep Various .....................5590 Sheep Wanted ..................... 5595 Sheep Events, Seminars ..... 5597 Sheep Service, Supplies ..... 5598 Swine Auction Sales ......................5605 Wild Boars ........................... 5662 Swine Various ..................... 5670 Swine Wanted ......................5675 Swine Events, Seminars.......5677 Poultry Baby Chicks ......................... 5710 Ducks & Geese .................... 5720 Turkeys ................................ 5730 Birds Various........................5732 Poultry Various ................... 5740 Poultry Equipment ...............5741 Specialty Alpacas .................................5753 Bison (Buffalo) .....................5755 Deer ......................................5757 Elk........................................ 5760 Goats ....................................5765 Llama ................................... 5770 Rabbits .................................5773 Ratite: Emu, Ostrich, Rhea ..............5775 Yaks ..................................... 5780 Events & Seminars ...............5781 Specialty Livestock Equipment............................5783 Livestock Various .................. 5785 Livestock Equipment ............ 5790 Livestock Services & Vet Supplies .................................5792 Lost and Found ........................5800 Miscellaneous Articles.............5850 Misc Articles Wanted ............... 5855 Musical ..................................... 5910 Notices ..................................... 5925 ORGANIC Certification Services ........... 5943 Food....................................... 5945 Grains .................................... 5947 Livestock ...............................5948 Personal (prepaid) ...................5950 Personal Various (prepaid) ..... 5952 Pest Control .............................5960 PETS Registered ............................. 5970 Non Registered ......................5971 Working Dogs ........................ 5973 Pets & Dog Events ..................5975 Photography ............................5980 Propane ................................... 6000 Pumps ......................................6010 Radio, TV & Satellites ............. 6040 REAL ESTATE B.C. Properties ...................... 6110 Commercial Buildings............6115 Condos/Townhouses............. 6120 Cottages & Lots ......................6125 Houses & Lots ....................... 6126 Mobile Homes ........................6127 Motels & Hotels......................6128 Resorts .................................. 6129 Recreational Property .......... 6130 Farms & Ranches British Columbia ..................6131 Alberta..................................6132 Saskatchewan ......................6133 Manitoba ............................. 6134 Pastures .............................. 6136 Wanted ................................ 6138 Acreages .............................. 6139 Miscellaneous ..................... 6140 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES All Terrain Vehicles ................6161 Boats & Watercraft ................6162 Campers & Trailers ............... 6164 Golf Cars ................................ 6165 Motor Homes......................... 6166 Motorcycles ............................6167 Snowmobiles ........................ 6168

Refrigeration ............................ 6180 RENTALS & ACCOMMODATIONS Apartments & Houses ........... 6210 Vacation Accommodations ... 6245 Restaurant Supplies ................ 6320 Sausage Equipment .................6340 Sawmills...................................6360 Scales .......................................6380 PEDIGREED SEED Cereal Seeds Barley ..................................6404 Durum..................................6407 Oats ..................................... 6410 Rye....................................... 6413 Triticale ............................... 6416 Wheat .................................. 6419 Forage Seeds Alfalfa .................................. 6425 Annual Forage ..................... 6428 Clover .................................. 6431 Grass Seeds ...........................6434 Oilseeds Canola ................................6440 Flax ......................................6443 Pulse Crops Beans ...................................6449 Chickpeas ............................ 6452 Lentil ................................... 6455 Peas .....................................6458 Specialty Crops Canary Seeds ......................6464 Mustard ............................... 6467 Potatoes ..............................6470 Sunflower ............................ 6473 Other Specialty Crops ......... 6476 COMMON SEED Cereal Seeds ......................... 6482 Forage Seeds .........................6485 Grass Seeds ...........................6488 Oilseeds ................................ 6491 Pulse Crops ...........................6494 Various .................................. 6497 Organic Seed ...........See Class 5947 FEED MISCELLANEOUS Feed Grain .............................6505 Hay & Straw .......................... 6510 Pellets & Concentrates ..........6515 Fertilizer ................................6530 Feed Wanted .........................6540 Seed Wanted ......................... 6542 Sewing Machines ..................... 6710 Sharpening Services .................6725 Sporting Goods ........................ 6825 Outfitters............................... 6827 Stamps & Coins ........................6850 Swap......................................... 6875 Tanks ........................................ 6925 Tarpaulins ................................ 6975 Tenders..................................... 7025 Tickets ...................................... 7027 Tires .........................................7050 Tools ......................................... 7070 Travel........................................ 7095 Water Pumps............................ 7150 Water Treatment ......................7200 Welding .................................... 7250 Well Drilling .............................7300 Winches....................................7400 CAREERS Career Training ........................8001 Child Care.................................8002 Construction ........................... 8004 Domestic Services .................. 8008 Farm / Ranch ............................ 8016 Forestry / Logging .................... 8018 Help Wanted ............................8024 Management ............................ 8025 Mining ...................................... 8027 Oilfield .....................................8030 Professional ............................. 8032 Sales / Marketing .................... 8040 Trades / Technical ....................8044 Truck Drivers ............................8046 Employment Wanted (prepaid) ...............................8050

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BRING YOUR FUTURE into focus by participating in program information sessions at Lakeland College. RSVP today for one or more of these sessions. LLOYDMINSTER CAMPUS SESSIONS: March 31 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Business, and University Transfer. VERMILION CAMPUS SESSIONS: March 25 - Office Administration; April 1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Western Ranch and Cow Horse; April 4 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Child and Youth Care, Early Learning and Child Care, and Educational Assistant. Details at: To RSVP: 1-800-661-6490. C A L G A RY S TA M P E D E DA I RY C l a s s i c Championship show, featuring Jersey and Holstein classes; Explosion heifer sale; Youth dairy judging seminar and more. Visit

1973 AG WAGON, 3400 TT, engine time â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;0â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 740 hrs. on Hartzell 3 blade (new in 2006) Satloc Airstar, CP nozzles on superbooms, electric brake fan, big tires, $80,000 OBO. 204-362-0406, Morden, MB. 1994 SUPER DECATHLON, 430 TT, always hangared, red/white Starburst paint, front/rear heat, full panel, hooker harness must see, fresh annual. Ph. 306-533-4891, Gray, SK. 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. MUST SELL CITABRIA 7GCCA, 150 HP, 18 hrs since frame up restoration. Factory new metal spar wings, struts, tanks, vortex generators, new fabric, new leather, skylight, skis available. All logs. 1630 TTSN, 782 SMOH, 355STOH, 239 SPOH. Always hangared. This aircraft is like new $59,000, trades?? Larry 780-919-8989, Clyde, AB. WANTED: AG SPRAY airplane. Phone 306-272-7038, Foam Lake, SK. WANTED: SNOWPLANE manufactured by Lorch or Fudge Industries. Any year or condition. 204-546-2609, Grandview, MB. PIPER BUSHMASTER 4-PLACE, 0-320/160 HP, constant speed, 9/10, on 2000 floats, wheel gear incl., great performer, large baggage. 204-422-8225, St. Anne, MB 1974 PIPER PA 28-151 Warrior, engine 0-320-E2A, TTSN 1639.35 airframe, TTSN 6911.35, prop Sensenich TTSN 315.65, new Icom radio, wheel pants, very clean aircraft, paint in good cond., AWD up to date, asking $39,900 OBO. Call Leon 204-791-0292, St. Andrews, MB. 1969 CITABRIA, 7 GCBC, wheels, skis and floats, $75,000 Cdn. Carrot River, SK. Phone 910-470-1407. TWO SYLVAIRE MFG Bushmaster II tail draggers, similar to Taylorcraft, 2 seats side by side, cabin 44â&#x20AC;? wide, GPS, radio, cabin heat, head sets, vg shape. Valued at $27,000 each. Cash or trade for farm machinery, grain truck, hopper bin, etc. 306-673-2687, Prelate, SK. Check out website: WANTED: EXPERIENCED PILOT for ag aerial application. Phone 306-272-7038, Foam Lake, SK. 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 1974 CESSNA AG truck, 4600 TT, 1300 eng, 218 prop, Satloc lite, flagger, smoker, current C of A, very nice plane. Ph. 204-856-9617, Macdonald, MB. 1959 CESSNA 150 CF-LIP, engine time 1 2 7 4 , 5 7 2 0 T T, $ 2 2 , 5 0 0 O B O . 780-836-3838, evenings, Oyen, AB. Email: WANTED: LOOKING FOR a Cessna 180 on floats, low time on the engine. Email Ph. 867-873-4194, Yellowknife, NT. MGK AERO: LIGHT aircraft and engine parts, satisfaction guaranteed. Altona, MB, 204-324-6088. 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.


BODNARUS AUCTIONEERING Spring MCCAULEY 2A36C23, 0 time since over- Leask antique and collectible auction, Sathaul, spinner, $6800 OBO. 403-335-3723, urday March 26, 2011. 9:30 AM Leask Lions Hall, Leask, SK. Items include: Pair of Didsbury, AB. 1950â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wayne 500 and 505 gas pumps redone in BA; Oil Lubester redone in Red Indian; Ford porcelin sign; Newhouse #5 bear trap; Buffalo tins; Huge selection of advertising signs; Furniture; Tins; Toys; Manuals; Glassware; Plus much more. Coins will be sold at 1:00 PM. Approx. 600-800 items. For pictures and listing go to MemSACRIFICE PROJECT 1962 CESSNA 320 ber of SAA, MAA, AAA. PL #324317. located in BC. 1st $9999 USD takes! Price 1-877-494-BIDS (2437). NEW TRACTOR PARTS and quality ennot a misprint. 951-699-7171, Bend, OR. gine rebuild kits. We are also dealers for ANTIQUE TOY & Steiner Tractor Parts for old tractors. COLLECTIBLE AUCTION Steiner Catalogue, now available 2011 edition, 4500 parts with photos and cost, fo r D o n L ee o fBa s ha w , AB 512 pages, $9.95 (refundable with $50 orND der). Tractor Service Manuals and ownSAT. APRIL 2 10:00 AM ers and parts. Not all parts online. 37 years WIRELESS DRIVEWAY ALARMS, calvof service. Great competitive quotes. WebL OCAT E D: Ba s ha w Co m m u n ity ing/ foaling barn cameras, video surveilsite C en t er , B a s ha w , AB lance, rear view cameras for RVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, trucks, 1-800-481-1353. S ellin g a la rge q u a n tity o fra re to ys , 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 . a n tiq u es a n d co llectib les . 2 RESTORED JD MODEL A TRACTORS, 403-616-6610, View fu ll lis tin gs & p ictu res a t one is 12V elec. start, new rebored; Other w w w .dougjoh n s on a uction s e rvice .com is hand start. Both on new rubber, sandblasted and new paint. Two project or parts JD Model Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, one electric with cloth F o r m o re in fo : Contact Don Lee seat, seized; Other hand start. Both on olda t78 0-372-4142 o r em a il him a t er rubber. One Farmall H parts tractor, no d k a tlee@ xplo rn engine or rubber. Call evenings for prices Doug Joh n s on Auction Se rvice 403-742-4170, Stettler, AB. BOB HAWMANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Lifetime Collection and C a m ro s e , AB. 78 0-6 72-1105 Kevin Paton very large antique and collecJD MANURE SPREADER, JD sulky and tor auction, Sat., March 26th, 10 AM, Arcogang plow, road grader, 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122; double disc, la Prairie Place Complex, Arcola, SK. Feawalking plow, IH horse binder, fresnos, JD tures: beautiful oak furniture- curved glass 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; press drill, IH high wheel 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122; drill, 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; chinas; hall seats; secretary/bookcases; 1954 JD 70 gas, exc. tin, great restoration cultivator, IH mower. Ph. 403-328-2618, project, $5500. Phone 306-553-2230, Globe-Wernecki stacker; station desk; oak Lethbridge, AB. pulpit; original humidor showcase c/w Swift Current, SK. steel paw foot legs; plus much more. Toys: WANTED: JD rubber tired trailer in good highway patrol police pedal car; American condition. Call 306-441-4370, leave mesflyer train set, complete; cast banks; plus sage, North Battleford, SK. much more. Lamps: Hobnailed cranberry hanging chandelier parlor lamp, opales- ADRIANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S MAGNETO SERVICE Guarancent cranberry hall lamp; set of 5 bulls eye teed repairs on mags and ignitors. Repairs. lamps incl. frilled, motion, Aladdin, plus Parts. Sales. 204-326-6497. Box 21232, more. Glassware: Imperial Chatelaine car- Steinbach, MB. R5G 1S5. nival glass pitcher and 6 tumblers set; black amethyst diamond carnival glass and BUYING TRACTOR CATALOGUES, bro4 tumblers; more carnival, depression, chures, manuals, calendars, etc. Edmonton Flow Blue, Nippon, etc. Stoneware: salt AB. Barry 780-921-3942, 780-903-3432. glazed; 1 gal Red Wing and more; 20 gal WANTED: PISTON for JD 1-1/2 HP hopEureka tumbling churn; 1 gal Hudsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bay per cooled engine. Call 780-672-6736, Co. shoulder jug, etc. Signs: Imperial Esso Camrose, AB. Custom herbicides porcelain; 3â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Red Indian replica sign; 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; IH dealership sign; Esterhazy Flower Mill tin 1953 JD AR, $2000; HD 5 Allis Chalmers designed for your ďŹ elds. sign; Chief Paints Retzlaff Hardware sign; loader caterpillar, $3500; Other tractors door pushes; etc. 1998 signed Michael for parts. 306-538-4685, Kennedy, SK. Now available at Lonechild original painting and prints; Ivan and John Lonechild original paintings; WANTED: EXHAUST MANIFOLD for 18-36 pencil drawings. Arcola buildings; 5¢ gum Hart-Parr tractor. Phone 250-547-6391, ball machines; wooden shaft golf clubs; Lumby, BC. National cash register, working; CPR/CNR; Coca Cola cooler; door push; button; etc. TUNE-RITE TRACTOR PARTS New parts Balcarres - 306-334-3000 Many military items including Bayonet; for old tractors. Tires, decals, reproduction wooden wheeled grain wagon. Cast iron parts, antiques and classic. Don Ellingson, implement seats; horse weather vane; 1-877-636-0005, Calgary, AB. black Americana Aunt Jemima set w/syrup 1944 JD HN restored $5800; 1959 JD dispenser. Only an example of very large 430U good cond. $5200. Kelowna, BC. sale. For information contact: Kevin Paton 250-862-7782. 306-421-1632. or Murray STATIONARY ENGINE for sale, in runRankin Auctions 204-534-7401, Killarney, ning condition; also some parts. For list MB and Ross Taylor Auction Service phone 306-652-8516, Saskatoon, SK. 204-522-5356, Reston, MB. JD UNSTYLED AR PARTS, large selec1960 JD 830, dsl., top working cond., pup tion. Also model H parts. 204-326-6529 or HUGH ADVERTISING/ COLLECTIBLES motor, good tires, dual hyd., PTO, PS, cab, 204-326-7873, Steinbech, MB. e-mail AUCTION, Saturday, March 19, Stonewall, front and rear wheel weights- unit weighs pwiebe@steinbech/ 13,500 lbs. 306-728-2800, Melville, SK. MB, go to

WANTED: SOME KIND of old car or shortbox half ton to restore. 306-446-0069, North Battleford, SK.

WANTED TO BUY: Silverware, Prelude pattern. 780-348-2352, Clyde, AB. WANTED: TRACTOR MANUALS, sales brochures, tractor catalogs. 306-373-8012, HERITAGE TRACTORS AND EQUIP- Saskatoon, SK. MENT CORPORATION Expo quality restoration and repairs of vintage and antique WILL TRADE 1925 and 1926 Far 6 nickel tractors and equipment. 403-335-9577 or for junk silver. 306-226-4646 after 7 PM, Olds, AB. Blaine Lake, SK. WANTED: 1921 AND 1926 5-cent coin, plus other silver coins. Saskatoon, SK. 306-931-8478. WANTED: 1928 to 1934 FORDS, any condition. Contact Mark or Rod toll free at: $100 REWARD LEADING to my purchase of outside horn phonographs. Double re1-888-807-7878. ward for wood horn, or rare machines. B. 1975 GMC CABOVER, 350 DD, 13 spd., Wiese, phone 780-349-4568, Westlock, AB 40,000 rears; 1957 Dodge D700 tandem, 354 Hemi, 5&3 trans., 34,000 rears; 1971 ARCHWAY ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLE GMC long nose tandem, 318 DD, 4x4 Sale, Saturday April 9th, 10 to 5; Sunday April 10th, 10 to 4, Tartan Curling Club, trans. Sterling 306-539-4642, Regina, SK. 1464 Broadway Ave., Regina, SK. Door 1965 SPORT FURY 318, wide block, 2 door prizes, free parking. Admission: Adults $5. hard top, buckets, console, $5000. Phone Table information: 306-545-0414. Keith 306-532-4892, Wapella, SK. WANTED: STUDEBAKER PICKUP truck, any condition. Phone evenings 204-668-4245, Winnipeg, MB. HARDWOOD/ LAMINATE FLOORING 1975 CADILLAC DE VILLE sedan, 4 dr., Auction, April 2 at 10:00 AM. Preview r u n s a n d d r i v e s g o o d , $ 1 5 0 0 . April 1, 5-7 PM, at the Weyburn, SK. Fairgrounds. for 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. more info, ph. 306-842-1516. PL #914582 SHOW YOUR SPECIAL interest vehicle at AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 19th, the 45th Majestics Car Show in Regina, SK, 10:00 AM, Blaine Lake, SK in the Memorial April 16-17. Phone 306-569-1606 or fax Hall. Thousands of dollars worth of grocer306-569-1605. For entry information go to ies, tools, antiques and giftware. Klass A Auctions. Phone 306-497-2820. PL 326291 1959 GMC STEPSIDE, longbox, Model AUCTION: FABRICATING, MACHINE and 9320, 6 cyl., 3 spd. trans. on the tree, foot welding shop auction, Thursday, March start, completely redone to original, oak 24th at 9:00 a.m. For more info. call Hodfloor in box. 306-230-1043, Saskatoon, SK. gins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075.

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Beckerland Farms


M ON TH LY AG , IN D US TR IAL S AT., M AR C H 19 – 9:30 AM

Wroxton, SK • Tuesday, April 5, 2011 • 10 am

38 Parcels of Farmland (East of Yorkton)

5808.49± title acres – For details please call for a free real estate flyer. 8 1

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SK/RM OF CALDER #241 PARCEL 1: PNE 16-27-31 W1 79.59± title acres Parcel 2: PNW 08-27-31 W1 156.49± title acres Parcel 3: NE 08-27-31 W1 159.31± title acres Parcel 4: NE 10-27-31 W1 159.69± title acres Parcel 5: SW 09-27-31 W1 158.78± title acres Parcel 6: PSE 09-27-31 W1 155.14± title acres Parcel 7: SW 10-27-31 W1 159.46± title acres Parcel 8: NW 01-27-32 W1 159.51± title acres Parcel 9: NW 06-27-31 W1 168.31± title acres Parcel 10: NE 06-27-31 W1 160.43± title acres Parcel 11: NW 04-27-31 W1 159.34± title acres Parcel 12: NE 04-27-31 W1 158.75± title acres Parcel 13: PNW 03-27-31 W1 139.21± title acres Parcel 14: NE 03-27-31 W1 159.08± title acres Parcel 15: SW 01-27-32 W1 160.09± title acres Parcel 16: SW 06-27-31 W1 172.05± title acres Parcel 17: SE 06-27-31 W1 170.81± title acres Parcel 18: SE 04-27-31 W1 165.01± title acres Parcel 19: PNE 35-26-32 W1 157.42± title acres Parcel 20: NE 31-26-31 W1 158.99± title acres Parcel 21: NE 32-26-31 W1 159.10± title acres PARCEL 22*: PNE 33-26-31 W1 80.70± title acres Parcel 23*: PNE 33-26-31 W1 81.10± title acres Parcel 24: SE 31-26-31 W1 158.99± title acres Parcel 25: SW 32-26-31 W1 159.96± title acres Parcel 26: SW 33-26-31 W1 160.06± title acres Parcel 27: SE 33-26-31 W1 159.66± title acres Parcel 28: NW 26-26-32 W1 159.33± title acres Parcel 29: NW 29-26-31 W1 160.46± title acres Parcel 30: PNW 27-26-31 W1 153.89± title acres Parcel 31: SW 26-26-32 W1 159.70± title acres Parcel 32: SE 26-26-32 W1 159.54± title acres Parcel 33: SE 30-26-31 W1 161.30± title acres Parcel 34: PNW 33-25-31 W1 155.46± title acres Parcel 35: PSW 33-25-31 W1 143.79± title acres Parcel 36: NE 30-25-31 W1 160.63± title acres Parcel 37: SE 30-25-31 W1 159.97± title acres Parcel 38: PNW 19-25-31 W1 157.39 ± title acres * Important Note: Parcels 22 and 23 will be sold together. The successful bidder on this group must pay the selling price multiplied by two, and shall receive both parcels.


From YORKTON, SK, go 40 km (25 miles) East on Hwy 10, then 8 km (5 miles) North on Hwy 8 to Becker Road, then 8 km (5 miles) East.


For up-to-date equipment listings, please check our website:

Tyson Becker: 306.621.3100 (h), FOR MORE INFORMATION: 306.783.1689 (office)

8 29 51S T S TREET EAS T Term s forVehicles & Eq u ip : S u bjectto ven d or a p p rova l Plu s Fla tbu yer’s fee. A ll otherg ood s : 15% bu yer’s fee 9 :30 AM - 21 S AL V AGE V EHICL ES . S M AL L EN GIN E REPAIR S HOP: To in clu d e com p lete bu s in es s in ven tory Plu s S M AL L EN GIN E PARTS (s ee w ebs ite forfu ll lis tin g ) ‘Bu y-N o w ’ o r Bid ‘On -L in e’ a t: M cDo u ga llBa m Ha rris on 9’’ M eta l La the, M ill-Drill #RF2.5, Ea g le u p rig htCom p res s or& M u ch M ore! V iew a t: w w w .m cd o u ga lla u ctio n .co m



L is t S u b ject to a d d itio n s & d eletio n s Lic #318116

GUN AUCTION, Sat, March 26 at 9:30 AM, #12 Patterson Dr, Stonewall, MB. OVER 275 GUNS, Modern, Vintage, Military. Rifles, Handguns. Westley Richards 318 Excelerated Express; Weatherby; Winchester; Browning; Savage; Remington; Kright Off; Marlin; Beretta; Ithaca; Enfield; Ross; Snyder 577 cal; 4) Sniper Rifles; Luger; Webley; S&W; Many more. Along w/ ammo and accessories. 127 guns from Estate of Leslie Strand of Erickson, MB. Listing and pics on web. We accept proxy bids! Stuart McSherry, 204-467-1858 or 204-886-7027.

PH: 306-873-5488 TISDALE, SASK.


PL #912715

Ha r t’sAu ction Ser vice Sa t.April9,Jeff& Robin Blyth e

1 m lS ofK en ville,M B,204 -73 4 -3 6 17 o r 204 -73 4 -076 2 Pa rtia lList:JD 6400 M FW D,w /SLL,3 Pt;JD 8450;JD 4440;Bo u rga u lt 1650 d bl a rm ha yhiker;2010 JD 568 rd ba ler,lo a d ed ,like n ew ;JD 956 M o Co ;Hessto n 956rd ba ler, 7000 ba les; Ba leK in g TRR 2010 shred d er w /gra in ta n k; Ro llite go o sen eck ha y tra iler;JD 25’free sta n d in g w in d brea k pa n elsplu sm u ch m o re!  

Sa t.April16,10 A.M .Com bin ed 3 Sa le Au ction Ga r th & Hope Livin g ston 204 -93 7-26 11 o r 204 -93 7-7078 5 m lsS ofRoblin ,M B on Hw y 83,2 m lsW on Rd 146 ,1/2 m lS . Pa rtia lList:87 Deu tz 7145 FW A,3 pt,d u a lPTO ,3 hyd ., ca b,n ew rea rtires,8580 hrs sho w in g;87 Deu tz 7085 FW A ca n o py,3 pt,d u a lPTO ,2 hyd .a ppro x.5800 hrs w /Allied 795 FEL; Ca se IHC 846A rd ba ler; NH 791 m a n u re sprea d er; Highlin e 6000 shred d er; 2 M F 852 co m bin es; CI 550 21’ SP sw a ther; 10’ Hu tchm a ster d isc; New so la r w a terin g system ; a u to ho g sca le & so rter; 46 Richa rd so n high d u m p;a sso rt.o fchicken ,ho g & ca ttle eq u ip;JD F525 m o w er; Co w /ca lf pa irs;Bred co w s & heifers;100 Red & Blk An gu s Co w s/ ca lf pa irs & bred s;15 Red An gu s Hfrs sta rt M a y 1,co m plete hea lth,clo sed herd ;Appro x. 100 gd q u a lity 1st cu t ha rd co re ha y ba les,1300 lbs w /a n a lysis plu s m u ch m o re; Ver   y little sho p.

M a rg K en d rick,204 -73 7-4 728 Pa rtia lList:86 Vers.836 Design a tio n rebu ilt 15 spd ,PS,1000 PTO ,4 hyd .,8520 hrs sho w in g;90 JD 9500 SP co m bin e,JD PU cho pper,2640 sep.hrs;Bo u rga u lt Co m m a n d erVM ,42’a irseed er w /m t pa ckers & ha rro w s w /138 GD a ir ta n k w / hyd .a u ger,IHC 1482 rev & PU;85 Fo rd 425 w /14’Ca n ca d e bo x,31,000 K plu s spr   a yer,a u gers& sm a llertilla ge.

Ron Y a kim ish yn 204 -93 7-4 910,204 -93 7-015 8 HD 26’,tri-a xle bu m per hitch tra iler,ele.w in ch;HD sho p bu ilt ro ck d igger; m a tern ity pen ,hea d ga tes;sq u eeze;a sso rtm en t o fca ttle eq u ip & sm a lltilla ge.   Tu es.April19-10 A.M .Er vin & N orm a Friesen

 2 m ls.N ofRoblin ,M B on Hw y 83,2 m lsW on 59 3,1/2 m iN 204 -93 7-4 96 6 ,204 -93 7-0122   Pa rtia l List: JD 4040, 3 PH, 2 hyd ., PTO , 9000 hrs sho w in g w /FEL, jo ystick, bu cket,sn o w bla d e;IHC 544 d sl.,3 PH,live PTO ,2 hyd .,8263 hrs;JD 730 d sl,PS, ele.sta rt;Sa to h Bea verS-370 d sl,FW A,3 PH,PTO ;Hessto n 8100 d sl,21’,ca b,a ir, U-IIPU reel,ro to shea r;90 K en w o rth td m w /20’Ultra cellsila ge/gra in bo x,13 spd ,60 ser.Detro it pin tle,sa fetied ;98 Du n ca n 20’go o sen eck,chem ha n d ler, po ly ta n ks;Fo u illa rd 6x20 sto ck tra iler;Leo n 9400 24’DT,JB NH3,ha rro w s,like n ew ;M o rris HDB 60’a u to fo ld ,5 ba r;Ga tes 40’hea vy ha rro w ;Va n Da le Sila ge W a go n ;FK PTO ro ller m ill;M ixm ill6 co m p.feed m ill;ho g cra tes;30 d ry so w sta lls;3 pt.tire slicer; La rge a sso rt.sho p,pla sm a cu tter,w eld er,m eta lfo ld in g m   a chin e,a ppro x.2 hrs.o fsho p.

Ha r t’sAu ction Ser vice

M in iton a s,M B,204 -5 25 -224 4 Ra n d y Ha r t 204 -73 4 -8624 Cod y Ha r t 204 -281-24 83







1503 sq ft of 9-36 29 Gauge Dark Red Metal Siding or Roofing Pre cut for your convenience: 4 sheets at 236 inch, 2 sheets at 293 inch, 4 sheets at 260 inch, 4 sheets at 294 inch, 4 sheets at 271 inch, 2 sheets at 304 inch, 2 sheets at 282 inch. Beautiful 29 gauge 9-36 dark red siding or roofing. Bundles maybe kinked in the middle. FOB Nisku, AB.

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5000 Imperial Gallon Vertical White HD Tank

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5 M i. E. o f R egin a o n Hw y. #1 in G rea tPla in s In d u stria lPa rk TELEPHO N E (306) 52 5- 9516 w w w .grea tpla in sa u ctio n m S ALES 1stS ATUR DAY O F EV ER Y M O N TH P.L. #91452 9

MACK AUCTION CO. presents a land and farm equipment Auction for John and Linda McKenzie, J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. Saturday, April 9, 2011, 10:00 AM CST located at Goodwater, SK. Goodwater ball park. Watch for signs! Live internet bidding at 3 quarters of land in RM of Lomond #37, SE-14-4-14-W2, NE 11-4-14-W2, SE-24-5-14-W2. 2004 NH TJ 375 4 WD tractor w/PTO and Trelleborg duals, Allis Chalmers 7020 2 WD tractor, JD 9600 combine w/2680 sep. hrs, 30’ HoneyBee 94C draper header w/JD adapter and PU reel, 30’ Hesston 8110S SP swather w/PU reel, 50’ 2006 Seedhawk 50-10 air drill w/Bourgault 4350 TBH air tank and 2000 gal. liquid tank, 72’ Wilmar 745 SP sprayer w/Cultiva AutoSteer GPS, 17’ Krause 5817 HD tandem disc, 1996 IH 9200 Eagle tandem axle hwy. truck with Pro sleeper and 3406 Cat, 1997 IH 9200 tandem axle hwy. truck w/Cummins eng., 1996 Doepker Super B grain trailer w/air ride and roll tarps, 40’ 1984 Timpte alum. super hopper grain trailer spring ride and roll tarps, 1983 Ford F-800 single axle grain truck w/steel box and roll tarp, 1967 Mercury 600 grain truck w/steel box, 1997 Dodge 2500 4x4 ext. cab Cummins diesel, White Freightliner tandem flat deck truck used for water truck, Shopbuilt 5th wheel flatdeck tandem trailer, 20,000 gallon Stor-King liquid/dry fertilizer bin with stainless fittings, 3- Twister 2300 bushel hopper bottom bins, 6- Westeel 2200 bu. hopper bottom bins, 4- Westeel 2000 bu. hopper bottom bins, 10,000 gal. black wall liquid fertilizer tank, Brandt 10-60 swing auger, Westfield 10-50 swing auger, Brandt 7-35 auger w/Honda eng. and binsweep, Walinga 510 grain vac, Keho and Pool aeration fans, steel and poly drum swath rollers, large spool of 220V wire, MF 228 square baler, NH 1033 sq. bale picker, Degelman ground drive rockpicker, 25’ JD PT swather, 29’ Melcam cult. w/harrows, shopbuilt header trailer, 150 bu galvanized hopper wagon, Chem Handler I, 1000 gal. fuel tank, 135 gal. fuel tank w/elec. pump, large HD tow rope, 1989 36’ Mallard Prairie Schooner 5th wheel trailer w/rear bdrm slide, 1993 17’ Larsen open bow boat w/135 HP eng., plus much much more! Visit for complete printable sale bill and photos. Join us on Facebook. Mack Auction Co. 306-487-7815, 306-421-2928. PL 311962. AUCTION: MARCH 26 ABERDEEN school gym, 10:30 a.m. For photos visit and search “TYG”.

2011 365 70 OPENING BID


Stormax 7 Grain Temperature Cable Stormax 7 Sensor Grain Temperature Cable to fit any 32 foot Peak Height Grain Bin. 7 Sensor cable only. Will trade up or down to fit any bin. Installation is available - call for a quotation. Price includes Delivery in Western Canada. Monitor not included.

5000 Imperial Gallon Vertical Tank, Heavy Duty. Comes with a 3 inch Heavy Duty Banjo Bulkhead, 2 inch reducer, siphon tube and a 21 inch lid. Excellent transport or stationary tank for water or liquid fertilizer.

Versa Frame Inc. 2806 5th Street Nisku, AB 1-877-463-8256


PBR FARM AND INDUSTRIAL SALE, last Saturday of each month. Ideal for farmers, contractors, suppliers and dealers. Consign now. Next sale March 26, 9:00 AM. PBR, 1 0 5 - 7 1 s t S t . We s t , S a s k at o o n , S K . , 306-931-7666. FARM AUCTION, Saturday, April 16 at 11:00 AM, Estate of Paul Ortlieb, Leduc, AB. JD 7430, 150 hrs, w/741 loader, mint; White 2-135; Gleaner L-3 combine; 1986 GMC 7000 grain truck; Excellent line of clean equipment, bins, etc. Details. Zimmerman Auctions (Wetaskiwin) 780-352-4994. SHELDON’S HAULING, Haul all farm equipment and air drills. Winch dead equipment. 306-961-9699 Prince Albert SK

Pics& co m p lete listso n ha r tsa u ctio n

Ritchie Bros. Territory Manager – Dan Steen: 306.361.6154 Toll Free: 1.800.491.4494


Ta kin g C o n s ign m e n ts o f All Fa rm /Equipm e n t C o n s tructio n & In d us tria l, C a rs , Trucks , R V’s & M o re

P hon e : (306 ) 6 52-4334


N EXT SALE S ATUR DAY, 9:00 AM AR P IL 2 , 2 011

Free Form Plastic Products 502 Bourgault Drive St Brieux, SK 306-275-2155

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CallBERT Sales Inc. Saskatoon, SK 306-664-2378

Register Online - Bidding Begins March 17, 2011 or call Toll-Free 1-800-310-9315



a u c tions s pring 2011

S eller C o n ta ct(s):K eith & Beverly Ha g en ,3 06 -297-3 122 o r 3 06 -297-7189 (cell) Au ctio n C o o rd in a to r(s):Brya n S o m erville,3 06 -96 7-2818

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Au ctio n Da y Sched u le:10 a m Sho p to o lsa n d m isc fa rm su pply;1 pm Live In tern et Bid d in g w ith M a jo req u ipm en t fo llo w ed by gra in bin sa n d fa n s. Directio n s:Fro m Sha u n a vo n o n Hw y#37 go 12 m ilesea st o n Hw y #13 o rfro m Ca d illa c go 18 m ilesw est o n Hw y #13

H i-Lites Include: TRAC TO RS - 2004 JD 9320 4W D,24 spd tra n s,Green sta r Rea d y,1832 hrs sho w in g;2007 M cCo rm ick X TX 200 M FW D,shu ttle shift tra n s,d u a lpto ,3 pt hitch,Cen terlin e Gu id a n ce system lightba r, 139 hrs sho w in g;1983 JD 4250 2w d w /JD 158 FEL,Q u a d tra n s,d u a lpto ,Appro x 8000 hrs.C O M BIN E & HEADER - 2009 JD 9770STS s/p & JD 914 p/u hea d er,Bu llet Ro to r,JD Sta rfire GPS,a u to steer,yield m a ppin g,co n to u r m a ster,d u a ls,687 en g hrs / 479 thr hrs sho w in g,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y);2004 JD 635F 35’Hyd ra Flex hea d er,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y).S W ATHERS - 2001 Hessto n 8110S 30’s/p,Ullp/u reel,1098 hrs sho w in g,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y);1992 Ca se IH 730 30’p/t;1984 Versa tile 400 20’s/p.S EEDIN G & TILLAG E -2002 Flexi-Co il5000 45’a ird rill& 2002 Flexi-Co il2340 to w betw een a irca rt,12”spa cin g,d blsho o t,4”ru bberca pped pa ckers,ta n k w /3rd ta n k, d u a lhyd fa n s;Flexi-Co il800 60’HD cu ltiva to r,Va lm a r 3220 gra n u la r a pplica to r;M o rris CP-731 33’HD cu ltiva to r,Va lm a r160 gra n u la ra pplica to r;Flexi-Co ilSystem 90 60’ha rro w pa ckerba r;JD 331 27’ta n d em d isc;Degelm a n R570S ro ckpicker;W illm a r 500 t/a fertilizer sprea d er.G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E -

Bra n d t 1060 10”x60’ a u ger; Bra n d t 850 8”x50’ a u ger; Sa ku n d ia k HD6-37 6”X 37’ a u ger; Po o l 7”x40’ a u ger;Jo hn so n J10-8 tra n sfera u ger;3 -W esteelRo sco 4050 bu ho pperbo tto m bin s;5 -W esteelRo sco 2200 bu ho pper bo tto m bin s;W esteelRo sco 4000 bu bin ;7 - W esteelRo sco 3500 bu bin s;W esteel Ro sco 2800 bu bin ,w o o d flo o r;W esteel14’sm o o th w a llho pperbin ;2 -Ed w a rd s Gra in Gu a rd electric hea ters;grea t selectio n o fa era tio n fa n s.S PRAY IN G -Bra n d t Q F1000 110’p/t field spra yerIN DUS TRIAL -Bu sh Ho g 3615 15’w in g type ro ta ry m o w erHEAVY TRUC K S -1985 Fo rd F800 s/a gra in tru ck,429 V8, 5+2 tra n s,16’Ca n ca d e steelbo x,105,570 km sho w in g;1984 Fo rd 700 s/a gra in tru ck,370-4V,5+2 tra n s, 16’Un ivisio n steelbo x,37,100 m iles sho w in g LAW N & G ARDEN – JD 212 ga rd en tra cto r;JD q u ick d eta ch pa llet fo rk.Go o d selectio n o f sho p eq u ip m en t,to o ls& m isc fa rm su p p ly. Pa rtia llistin g o n ly – S ee fu lllista n d p ictu res o n the in tern eta tw w w .kra m era u ctio n .co m ,o r ca ll306-445-5000 fo r m o re in fo rm a tio n .

To C o n sig n C a ll Brya n S o m erville,3 06 -96 7-2818 o r 3 06 -4 6 3 -783 5 (cell) o r S a m S o m erville,3 06 -96 7-2818 o r 3 06 -4 6 3 -784 4 (cell)

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Disp ersa l fo r M el & Dia n e Resch 3 06 -6 28-3 6 28 o r 3 06 -6 28-76 28 (cell) H i– Lites Include: TRAC TO RS 1980 JD 8440 4w d tra cto r,8941 hrs sho w in g;1976 JD 4430 2w d tra cto rw /JD 158 FEL,6453 hrs sho w in g. C O M BIN ES & AC C ES S O RIES -1988 JD 7720 Tita n IIs/p co m bin e w /12’JD p/u ,3369 hrs sho w in g;JD 224 24’strcu t hea d er;M ica d a hea d ertra n spo rt.S W ATHERS -1976 JD 800 20’s/p sw a ther;1984 Versa tile #10 24’p/t sw a ther.S EEDIN G & TILLAG E – M F 360 3x15’d iscers;M F 360 2x15’d iscers;In la n d 48’ha rro w pa cker ba r;2 - Flexi-Co ilY ba r 45’ha rro w pa cker ba r;JD 1600 29’HD cu ltiva to r.G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E - Bra n d t 6” x 40’gra in a u ger;Bra n d t 6” x 40’gra in a u ger;W estfield 7” x 41’gra in a u ger;2 W esteelRo sco 1100 bu ho pper bin s.S PRAY IN G - Flexi-Co il62 80’t/a field spra yer;W ilger 45’tru ckm o u n t spra yerm o u n ted o n 1977 GM C 25 w / 400V8,4w d a u to .HAY IN G & LIVES TO C K -NH 660 ro u n d ba ler;Bra n d t VSF Ba le Co m m a n d er ba le pro cesso r;Tri-Ha u lself u n lo a d in g ba le m o ver fra m e.HEAVY TRUC K S -1981 Chevro let 60 s/a tru ck,350 V8,5x2 tra n s,12’gra velbo x;1975 In tern a tio n a l1610 CO E s/a gra in tru ck,15’steelbo x & ho ist;1966 Fo rd 500 s/a gra in tru ck,14’w o o d bo x & ho ist.LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS -1975 M erced es 1150 240D 4 d o o rca r.TRAILERS -W ylee 16’gn sto ck tra iler;1981 Un ivisio n gn fla td eck tra iler.RIDIN G & DRIVIN G EQ UIP – M isc ta ck eq u ip in clha lters,brid les,sho w eq u ip,etc;set o f light d rivin g ha rn ess co m plete w ith lin es;set o fivo ry sprea d ers;16” ro pin g sa d d le;2 ho rse co lla rs w ith bu ilt in sco tch to ps / fo r la rge ho rses.M O TO R BIK E – 1981 Ho n d a Pa so 50cc M o ped .O THER M IS C EQ UIP - Ho ld -O n 1200 ga llo n pla stic ta n k;FEL bu cket m o u n t hyd po st ho le a u ger;selectio n o f sho p to o ls& m isc eq u ip. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly. Disp ersa l fo r Ra y & C in d y Bu scho ll 3 06 -6 73 -25 13 o r 3 06 -6 28-7992 H i-Lites Include: TRAC TO RS - 1990 Ca se IH 7110 M FW D,5113 hrs sho w in g;1984 Ca se 3294 M FW D,7212 hrs sho w in g.C O M BIN ES -1987 Ca se IH 1682 Axia lFlo w p/t co m bin e.S EEDIN G & TILLAG E – M F 360 2x15’d iscers;M F 360 2x12’d iscers;Friggsta d 26’HD cu ltiva to r;Flexi-Co ilY 405 45’ha rro w /pa cker ba r;Flexi-Co il60’hyd fo ld ha rro w ba r. G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E -Bra n d t 740 7”x40 gra in a u ger;Bra n d t 7”x35’a u ger.S PRAY IN G -Po o l60’field spra yer.HEAVY TRUC K S 1973 GM C 6500 s/a gra in tru ck,366 V8,5+2 tra n s,15’steelbo x,50,396 m iles sho w in g;1966 GM C 950 s/a gra in tru ck,307 V8,4+2tra n s,13’ bo x,52,124 m ilessho w in g. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly. Hi-Lites Fro m O ther C o n sig n o rs In clu d e:TRAC TO RS -1979 M F 230 2w d tra cto r;1987 Bela ru s 7011 4w d tra cto r;O liver88 Sta n d a rd 2w d tra cto r;Da vid Bro w n 885 2w d tra cto rw / FEL.C O M BIN ES -2008 JD 9770 Bu llet Ro to rs/p co m bin e,Prem ierca b,d elu xe hea d erco n tro lw / hea d er height sen so r,GPS/Au to Tra c rea d y,HHR u n lo a d a u gers w / Stew a rt steel3’ext,20.8x38 d u a ls frt,M ichel’s ho pper ta rps w /electric

o pen er,901 en g / 639 thr hrs sho w in g,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y);2008 JD 9770 Bu llet Ro to r s/p co m bin e,Prem ier ca b,d elu xe hea d er co n tro lw / hea d er height sen so r,GPS/Au to Tra c rea d y, HHR u n lo a d a u gers w /Stew a rt steel3’ext,20.8x38 d u a ls,M ichel’s ho pperta rps w /electric o pen er,891 en g / 634 thr hrs sho w in g,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y);1998 NH TR 98 Tw in Ro to r s/p co m bin e,12’Ra ke Up p/u ,3066 en g hrs/ 2069 threshin g hrs,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y); 2004 JD 936D 36’str cu t d ra per hea d er;2000 Ho n ey Bee SP36 36’str cu t d ra per hea d er.S EEDIN G & TILLAG E – M F 360 45’(3x15’)d iscers;Flexi-Co ilSystem 95 50’HPDB.G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E Bra n d t 1390 13”x 90’sw in g a u ger.S PRAY IN G - 2010 Ro ga to r 1184 120’s/p spra yer,Ra ven Viper Pro co n tro lsystem ,Ra ven Sm a rta x a u to m a ted steerin g system ,Ra ven Pho en ix 300 receiver,GPS tilt sen so r, Ra ven 5000 & Viperin terfa ce,Accu bo o m bo o m sectio n co n tro l,G2 a u to bo o m height co n tro lsystem w / tw o extra sen so rs,578 hrs sho w in g;1998 Pa trio t W T 75’s/p spra yer,2750 hrs sho w in g;Bo u rga u lt 1450 100’p/t spra yer.HAY IN G & LIVES TO C K -1996 JD 535 ro u n d ba ler;IN DUS TRIAL -1965 HysterM o d elJ fo rklift. HEAVY TRUC K S - 1998 Freightlin er Cen tu ry Cla ssic d a yca b highw a y tra cto r, 400hp M 11 Cu m m in s,10 spd tra n s,40,000 lb rea rs;1991 In tern a tio n a ld a yca b highw a y tra cto r,400 Cu m m in s,13 spd tra n s,40,000 lb rea rs;1995 K en w o rth K 300 s/a ca b o vertru ck,5.9 Cu m m in s en g,a u to tra n s,8’x16’ Tra iltech fla t d eck;1985 In tern a tio n a lS s/a tru ck w /Hia b Speed Lo a d erpicker.466 d sl,5+2 tra n s;1978 GM C 3500 2w d tru ck;1959 Chev 1 to n specia ltru ck.LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS -1998 Fo rd 250 X L 4w d tru ck.TRAILERS -2009 Lo a d M a x 18’t/a go o sen eck tra iler,2-7000 lb a xles;2006 Do epker36’ho pper gra in tra iler,72”sid ew a ll,a irrid e su sp,M ichel’s ro llta rp;2003 So u thla n d Spectru m 17’Ho rse Tra iler,7’ w id e,7’ta ll,2-6000lb a xles,a lu m rim s,d ro p d o w n w in d o w s,rea rba rn d o o rs,2 sho u ld erd ivid erga t es, sid e d o o rto so lid sea led frt ta ck ro o m w /ca rpetin g,rem o va ble rea rta ck ro o m .ATV’s,RV’s & BO ATS 2004 Terry 275CK S 27’fifth w heelho lid a y tra iler,d u a lfrid ge,fo rced a irfu rn a ce,A/C,Less tha n 2000km o n u n it;1977 Co a chm a n 21’tra veltra iler;1987 K o m fo rt E Cla ss 22’fifth w heelho lid a y tra iler;2004 Artic Ca t 300 4w d q u a d ;Sn o Jet 190 M o d elA2 sn o w m o bile;Evin ru d e 15 hp bo a t m o to r& ta n k;m o re item s a re b ein g co n sig n ed d a ily. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly – S ee fu ll list a n d p ictu res o n the in tern et a t w w w.kra m era u ctio n .co m ,o r ca ll 3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000 fo r m o re in fo rm a tio n . “M O RE ITEM S BEIN G ADDED DAILY .CALL N O W TO CO N SIGN !” S eller C o n ta ct(s):Da vid & K erriK een leysid e,3 06 -773 -5 5 03 o r 3 06 -74 1-9293 (cell) Au ctio n C o o rd in a to r(s):Brya n S o m erville,3 06 -96 7-2818

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H i-Lites Include: TRAC TO RS -2009 Versa tile 2375 4w d ,375hp Q S M 11 Cu m m in s,cru ise co n tro l,12x4 tra n s, 334 hrs sho w in g;1990 New Ho lla n d Versa tile 846 4w d ,12 spd sta n d a rd ,6345 hrs sho w in g;1976 Ca se 1070 2w d ,7955 hrssho w in g;1977 JD 2130 2w d w /JD 146 FEL;In tern a tio n a l986 2w d (pa rts).C O M BIN ES -2009 Ca se IH 7088 s/p,20.8x42 d u a ls,tiltin g feed erho u se,cho pper& cha ffsprea d ers,180thr/267en g hrs sho w in g,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y);2009 Ho n ey-Bee 36’str cu t hea d er w / Ca se IH a d a pter,p/u reel,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y);Elm ers25’hea d ertra n spo rt;1980 In tern a tio n a l 1460 s/p co m bin e,specia lty ro to r,sprea d ers,3665 hrs sho w in g;In tern a tio n a l1010 25’str cu t hea d er, Ha rt Ca rterp/u reel,Co n sign ed by Elvin Fo rbes (306)689-2929.S PRAY IN G -Flexi-Co il67X LT 134’p/t field spra yer,d u a lbo o m s,w in d screen s;Flexi-Co il67X L 1200 ga llo n spra yerta n k & tra iler,n o bo o m s –u sed a s w a ter ca rrier.HEAVY TRUC K S - 1991 K en w o rth T600 t/a gra in tru ck,Ca t 3406B,15 spd tra n s,1994 20’x8’6”x60”Ultra celbo x,M ichels ro llta rp;1981 Chev 70 ta g a xle gra in tru ck,366 V8,5+2 tra n s,18’x48” steelbo x,82,676 km sho w in g.S W ATHERS -1996 W estw a rd 3000 36’p/t.S EEDIN G & TILLAG E -Gra ha m G3 seed trea ter,tra n sfer a u ger;M o rris CP743 47’HD cu ltiva to r w / 2055 Va lm a r.G RAIN HAN DLIN G &

S TO RAG E - 2008 W estfield M K 130-61 13”x61’ a u ger; Bu hler Fa rm K in g 851 8”x51’a u ger w / 24hp Lin a m a r,Ha w es m o ver,elec clu tch,W hea thea rt Su per sw eep;Sa ku n d ia k HD7-1200 7”x39’a u ger w / 16hp;Bra n d t 740 7”x40’a u ger w / 16hp;W estco 70 to n n e fertilizer bin ;3 -W esteel3100 bu bin s o n Seed sto rho ppers;2 -W esteelRo sco 2100 bu bin s o n W esteelho ppers;3 -W esteelRo sco 3300 bu bin s; 3 -W esteelRo sco 1350 bu bin s;Po o l5hp & 3hp cen trifu ga la era tio n fa n s.AN TIQ UE & C O LLEC TIBLE VEHIC LES -1968 Plym o u th Fu ry III2 d o o rra g to p ca r,383 V8,a u to ,41,748 m iles sho w in g,(Sa le o fthis ca r w ill be su bject to a $5000 m in o pen in g bid ) Co n sign ed by Elvin Fo rbes (306)689-2929 Abbey. TRAILERS - 16’Ho m ebu ilt tra iler.LAW N & G ARDEN - JD F525 zero ra d iu s m o w er,48” d eck,315 hrs sho w in g;Fa rm K in g 60” fin ishin g m o w er;Pea co ck bra n sprea d er;Leo n 330 3 pth bla d e;Bu sh Ho g 6’ ro u gh cu t tra ilerm o w er.ATV’S ,RV’S & BO ATS -1974 Su zu kiRV 90 m o to rbike;Y a m a ha 200E TriM o to trike N AVIG ATIO N AL EQ UIP - 2 - EZ Gu id e 500 New Ho lla n d GPS;EZ Steer GPS;G o o d selectio n o f sho p eq u ip m en t,to o ls & m isc fa rm su p p ly. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly – S ee fu ll lista n d p ictu res o n the in tern eta tw w w.kra m era u ctio n .co m ,o r ca ll 3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000 fo r m o re in fo rm a tio n .

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H i-Lites Include: TRAC TO RS -2008 JD 9530 4w d ,po w ershift tra n s(18F/6R),Sta rfire gu id a n ce system ,365 hrs sho w in g;2005 JD 9320 4w d ,po w ershift tra n s (18F/6R),Green sta rGPS rea d y,2344 hrs sho w in g;2007 JD 7520 M FW D & JD 741 FEL,Po w erQ u a d tra n s (16spd ),3 pth,d u a lpto ,selflevellin g FEL,768 hrs sho w in g; Fro n tierpa llet fo rk.C O M BIN ES & AC C ES S O RIES -2010 JD 9870 STS s/p w /JD 615P p/u hd r,Bu llet Ro to r, Co m m a n d Cen ter co n tro ls, 28L-26 rr tires, 900/60R32 fr, 178 en g / 263 thr hrs sho w in g, (Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y).S W ATHERS -2009 JD 4895 s/p w /2009 36’Ho n eyBee hd r,JD Un iversa l Au to tra c steerin g kit 200,181 en g / 140 hea d er hrs sho w in g,(Ca n be pu rcha sed 25% d o w n sa le d a y); Fa rm K in g 10’ sw a th ro ller. N AVIG ATIO N AL EQ UIPM EN T - JD Sta rfire & 2600 d ispla y. S EEDIN G & TILLAG E -2008 Bo u rga u lt 3310 PHD 55’Pa ra lin k ho e d rill,d o u ble sho o t -sin gle ru n blo cka ge,Series 25 M id Ro w Ba n d ers+ ca rbid e scra pers,Ed ge-O n fro n t d elivery kn ife + 3/4”o pen er,4.8”pn eu m a tic pa ckers; 2009 Bo u rga u lt 6550ST pu llbehin d ta n k,ca libra tio n bo x & seed ba g lift,d elu xe 10” a u ger,540/65R24 fr tires, 900/60R32 rea r Rice tires; 2009 Bo u rga u lt 7200 84’ hea vy ha rro w s, hyd pressu re d o w n ; 2000




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Bo u rga u lt 8810 51’cu ltiva to r w / Va lm a r 3255 gra n u la r kit,Dickey Jo hn NH3 kit,4 ba r ha rro w s,rea r hitch;Schu lte RSH4 hyd ro ck picker.HEAVY TRUC K S -2007 GM C C8500 t/a gra in tru ck,300hp CAT d sl, Alliso n a u to tra n s,Ultra cel 20’x8’x60” steel bo x,M ichels electric ro ll ta rp,rea r co n tro ls,12,207 km sho w in g.G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E – 3 -2009 M erid ia n M 1615 sm o o th w a ll3264bu ho pperbin s; Degelm a n Shu ttleka rt 800 gra in ca rt,1000 pto (la rge);2008 Bru n s 13 to n ho ppero n M a rtin Fa rm s S130 W a go n ;1996 Pa rker2600 4 w heelho pperw a go n ;W hea thea rt BH851 8”x51’a u ger,27 hp,W hea thea rt m o ver,lift,& sw eep,elec clu tch;W hea thea rt BH851 8”x51’a u ger,27hp,W hea thea rt m o ver,lift,elec clu tch;1999 Sa ku n d ia k HD8-1600 8”x51’gra in a u gerw / 24hp,W hea thea rt m o ver,sw eep;Bergen BSA 10” x 60’a u ger;W hea thea rt 10” x 67” hyd tra n sfer a u ger;Fa rm Fa n s AB-250A gra in d ryer,3 hp/sin gle pha se d rive,pro pa n e fired ,1711 hrs sho w in g;2 - W estfield 8” gra in a u gers;Jo hn W o o d 1000 ga l pro pa n e ta n k;selectio n o fo therm isc fa rm su pply. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly – S ee fu ll lista n d p ictu res o n the in tern eta tw w w.kra m era u ctio n .co m ,o r ca ll 3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000 fo r m o re in fo rm a tio n .

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UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION, April 26th, Somme, SK. Items include: 1021 acres of real estate, a 1440 sq. ft. bungalow (open house March 18, 2-4PM), tractors, combines, headers, swathers, sprayers, grain bins, seed cleaning and drying equipment and much more. For more information phone Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers at 1-800-491-4494 or visit us at Sale starts at 10am, Internet and Real Estate at Noon and equipment to follow. MACK AUCTION CO. presents a large GUN AUCTION! Selling: Great Selection Farm Equipment Auction for Roger and Elof guns along with other hunting and eanor Hirsch 306-634-9310, Saturday, sporting items! Unreserved. No buyers fee! April 16, 2011, 10:00 AM. Directions from $100 draw! Saturday, March 19th, at 11:00 Estevan, SK. 8 miles north on Hwy. 47 and AM, Scribner Auction 1235- 1 Ave, Wain- 3 miles west. Watch for signs! Live in inw r i g h t , A B . w w w. s c r i b n e r n e t . c o m ternet bidding JD 8770 4 WD tractor w/3277 hours, JD 4450 780-842-5666. 2 WD tractor, MF 1135 tractor w/Leon 707 FEL and duals, JD STX36 lawn tractor, JD 300 lawn tractor, JD 9500 SP combine w/big engine and JD 212 PU header, 30’ JD 930 rigid straight cut header, 25’ Hesston 8100 SP swather w/UII PU reel and Isuzu dsl. eng., poly and steel drum swath rollers, JD 30’ batt reel, 40’ Bourgault 5710 air drill w/Bourgault 4300 air tank, 60’ Bourgault 5400 medium duty harrows, 56’ Flexi-Coil 65 harrows, 16’ Graham Hamey cult., 12’ Cockshutt cult., 12’ JD double disc drill, 1999 IH Eagle 9400 tandem grain truck w/20’ Cancade box, 1975 Ford Louisville 3 ton grain truck, 1965 Ford 2 ton truck w/B&H, 1992 GMC 1500 PU truck, 100’ Bourgault Centurian II field sprayer, Westfield 10-71 swing auger, Sakundiak 8-40 auger w/Honda eng., Sakundiak 7-53 auger w/elec. motor, Westfield 7-36 auger w/13 HP eng., Degelman ground drive rockpicker, NH sickle mower, Allied 7’ snowblower, side delivery hay rake, 150 gal. slip tank w/elec. pump, power poles, misc lumber, Glastron 18.5’ open bow boat w/150 HP outboard motor, complete line of power and hand tools, FARM AUCTION, Saturday, April 2 at plus much much more! For complete 11:00 AM, Stan Schram, Stony Plain, AB. printable sale bill and many photos visit Case/IH 7120; JD AR; MH 44; New Idea Join us 4865 baler; various haying and tillage o n F a c e b o o k . M a c k A u c t i o n C o . equip., bins, etc. Zimmerman Auctions, 306-487-7815, 306-421-2928. PL 311962. (Wetaskiwin) 780-352-4994. For details

COMBINES:’09 JD 9870, 408 sep hrs, (5) 9770s, ‘10 - 462 sep hrs, ‘09 - 605 sep hrs, ‘08 - 720 to 1300 sep hrs, ‘04 JD 9660 1319 spe hrs, (2) 9600’s HEADS: CIH 12/22 made from 8 row, JD 612C SN: 730364, (3) 635F SN:706291, 706647, 710936, (2) JD 893’s, JD 930’s + JD 925 TRACK TRACTORS: ‘09 JD 9630T 798 hrs, SN: 911037, ‘08 JD 9530T 1054 hrs, SN:91003, JD 9400T, 24 spd, 5200 hrs, SN:900552, (2) JD 8410’s, (1) narrow stance, 3100 hrs, (1) 25” tracks, 5400 hrs, CAT 95E 8000 hrs 4WD’S: ‘10 JD 9630, 1034 hrs, SN: 17905 w/warranty, ‘04 JD 9520, 2362 hrs, SN: 21986, ‘97 JD

9300, 7643 hrs, SN:1648, ‘94 CIH 9280, triples, SN: 32105, ‘97 Ford NH 9682, 3925 hrs, SN:106405, ‘98 Ford NH 9482, 2350 hrs, SN:106820, 700 Vers. 8000 hrs MFWD’S: ‘08 JD 8530, 1276 hrs, IVT, ILS, SN:24766, ‘95 JD 8300, o/s, 3200 hrs, SN: 406060, ‘05 CAT MT535B, 2100 hrs, ‘93 White 6195, 4100 hrs, JD 4450, 11000 hrs 2WD’S: ‘04 JD 7820, 2016 hrs, SN: 13727, ‘92 JD 4560, PS, 5715 hrs, SN: 1164, (2) JD 4650’s, (2) JD 4630’s PLANTERS: (3) JD 1770 NT 24 Row, JD 1770 24R30”, Kinze 3600 16/32”, JD 16R30” FF and others TILLAGE: JD 2210, 45’, JD 985, 50’, JD 980 45’ D.F., Willrich 45’

and 24’, JD 960, 26.6’, DMI 45’, rolling baskets, Willrich Quad V 50’, rolling baskets, ‘06 Land Roller 45’, Summers 28’ Coil Packer, ‘07 Summers 40’ super coulter, 3 bar harrow, JD 1610, 27’, 3 bar, JD 610, 17’, 200 Seed Bed Finisher 45’, and More TRUCKS: ‘96 IH 9400 Eagle, ‘91 KW T800 Day Cab, ‘96 Freightliner, ‘96 GMC Top Kick w/box and hoist TRAILERS: ‘11 Maurer 40 w/ag hoppers, ‘11 Neville 40’, alum, w/ag hoppers, ‘05 Transcraft Eagle 48’x102” air ride, ‘98 East 96”x48’ air ride, ‘98 Wilson 50’ Alum Cattle Pot, ‘91 Trailmobile 53’ FB, ‘90 Fontain 48’x96” step deck, air ride

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NATIONAL ~ ONLINE ONLY ~ EQUIPMENT AUCTION ~ OPENS: MARCH 24 CLOSES: MARCH 30 Surplus NH3 Tank Auction on Behalf of Viterra Inc. (Alberta) NH3 TANKS *Approx. 50 NH3 Tanks, Single & Twin, Some c/w Trailers. Units Located in Various Communities Across Alberta & BC. Home Quarter Including House, Farm, Shop & Hog Barn From Glenacre Pork Producers Coop of Glenavon, SK. *NE Quarter of 22-13-8 W2 in the RM of Chester #125, 160 Titled Acres. AGRICULTURAL & CONSTRUCTION EQUIP. AIR DRILL *Bourgault 5710 *Morris SWATHER *Case WD1203 *Case IH WD1203 SP Maxim *Morris Never Pin AIR SEEDER *Bourgault 8800 *Bourgault 9200 *Bourgault 8810 67XL *Flexicoil 67XL TRACTOR *NH 976 *Case Maxxum COMBINE *JD 9600 SP SPRAYER * Wilmar 765 SP *Wilmar 785 SP *Flexicoil FC162 GRAIN CART *Brent 9200 * Bourgault 1100 CONVEYOR *Convey-All ATTACH. *Case 1010 ROUND BALER * Case 8465 BALE PROCESSOR *Highline 7000 *Bale King 880 Vortex SWATHER * MF 885 SP PRESSURE WASHER *SIX, UNUSED, Easy Kleen Hot Water Pressure MISC. ITEMS *FOUR, Easy Kleen Tampers *Ass’t, UNUSED, STOUT & LOWE Attachments.

UNRESERVED FABRICATING, MACHINE & WELDING SHOP AUCTION PRECISION INDUSTRIAL LTD PRINCE ALBERT, SK Thursday March 24 @ 9:00 AM For More Info. Please See Precision Industrial Ltd Ad Under Auction.

FARM LAND AUCTION KENNETH & GLENDA SHIRLEY – ASHERN, MB Saturday April 2 @ 1:30 PM Featuring....Six quarter sections in the RM of Siglunes #185 *Home Quarter - SE 34-24-8, Includes 1200 Sq. Ft. Farmhouse, 5 Bedroom House, Shed, Barn & Corrals *NE 34-24-8 *NW 35-24-8 *SW 35-24-8 *SW 225-8 *SE 3-25-8













































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Clem & Linda Goddu & Family Cadillac, Sk. (306) 297-3537 WED., MARCH 30 - 12:00 Noon 6 miles S. of Cadillac on #4 Hwy., 11 miles W. on #722 gravel road, 2 miles S., 1 mile E., 4 miles S., 4 miles E. 2005 NH TG210 MFWA diesel Tractor, 1919 hrs. like new *1996 NH Versatile #9682 4WD diesel Tractor *2001 Kubota M120 MFWA diesel Tractor, 2500 hrs. w/Kubota FEL *1993 IH Eagle #9400 Hwy. Tractor, 380,000 kms. *38’ Castleton Industries tandem Grain Trailer *1982 Ford #800 Full Tandem Grain Truck, 79,000 kms. *1989 Chev #70 4ton Grain Truck, 56,500 kms. * 2002 52’ JD #1820 Air Drill w/JD #1900 Tow Behind Tank *2005 45’ Degelman #7645 Landroller *42’Bourgault #9200 Cult. *2000 60’ #4640 Spra-Coupe *Outback #360 GPS System w/mapping * Outback GPS System *NH #195 Manure Spreader *Hesston #956 Rd. Baler *16’ NH #1475 Hydroswing Haybine *2002 NH TR99 SP diesel Combine w/NH Pickup Table (low acres) w/rake up pickup *2001 Honeybee 36’ Straight Cut Draper Header *Poly Swath Roller *2010 Mainero #2230 pto Grain Bagger (Only used for 6 bags) *5 New 200’ Grain Bags *J&M #525 Grain Cart *2008 Honda 420 ATV.

Gordon & Sharon Anderson & Family Caron, Sk. (Moose Jaw Area) (306) 631-8835 WED., APRIL 6 - 11:00 am. From the Junction of #1 Hwy. and the Town of Caron turnoff, 5 miles S. on #643 gravel road, 3 miles W., 1/ 2 mile S. 1991 Ford #1156 Versatile 4WD diesel Tractor *Versatile #895 4WD diesel Tractor *1995 Case IH #7220 Magnum MFWA Tractor w/FEL, grapple fork * Case #1070 diesel Tractor *Chev C60 3-ton Grain Truck * Kenworth 5-ton full tandem Grain Truck *IH #2010 Fleetstar 5-ton Truck *1966 Mercury 1/ 2 ton Truck *1973 White WS Hwy. Tractor *40’ LK tandem Grain Trailer *40’ Hesston#2410 Disc * Harrow Packer Drawbars, harrows & packers *53’ CCIL Cult. *35’ Noble Blade *Truck Sprayers *40’3 pt. ht. Golden Arrow Sprayer *11’ Willcar Rock Rake *Grain Cleaners *56’ Honeybee Power Rod *18’ NH #1475 Hydroswing Haybine *NH #660 Rd. Baler *NH #278 Sq. Baler *Silage Wagon *Mix Mill * Highline #6600 Rd. Bale Processor *14 1/ 2’ Auger Hay Header for IH SP Swather *Bale Trailer *7’ JD Mower *Steel Bins (sell at 1:00 pm) *New Flat Bottom Aeration Screens * Aeration Fans *1991 JD #9600 SP diesel Combine w/JD #212 pickup table w/JD 3-roller pickup *1996 JD #9600 SP diesel Combine w/JD #212 pickup table w/JD 3-roller pickup *1996 JD #930 Rigid Header w/30’Elmers Header Trailer *1999 36’ Honeybee #994 Draper Header * 24’ IH #5000 SP diesel Swather *24 1/ 2’ IH #4000 SP Swather * 28’ MF #35 pto Swather *V&W Aeration & Grain Dryers, 110V. Cash or Cheque w/Letter of Guarantee. Check out the complete listing and pictures on our website:

SWITZER AUCTION (306) 773-4200 Sk. Lic. 914494 Ab. Lic. 313086 Swift Current, Sk.

D ON’T M ISS OUR SP R ING SAL E S Unreserved Retirement Farm Auction for Zatylny Farms Ltd of Sandy Lake, MB. - Friday, April 8th @ 12pm For m ore info contact ow ner Larry Zatylny @ zatylnyfarm s@

Bluebird Farms Farm and Seed Plant Equipment Auction Sale for Doug & Rita Robertson of Bossevain, MB. Monday, April 11 @ 9:30am W rights A uction Service 1-204-534-7997 & A ssociate Fraser A uction Service 204-724-2131 or contact Doug Robertson @ 204-534-8012

Unreserved Retirement Farm Auction for Carl and Janet Derkatch of Russell, MB. - Tuesday, April 12 @ 10am For m ore inform ation please contact Carl Derkatch @ 204-773-2231

Unreserved Retirement Farm Auction for Eric & Bev Atkins of La Riviere, MB. - Wednesday, April 13 @ 11am For m ore info contact Eric & Bev A tkins @ 204-242-2581 or cell 204-362-0577 egatkinslariviere@ hotm

3rd Annual Killarney & District Equipment Consignment Auction - Killarney, MB. - Thursday, April 14 @ 9am Taking consignm ents daily - Call Fraser A uction Service to list your consignm ent.

Unreserved Farm Auction for Homecrest Farms of Brandon, MB. - Friday, April 15 @ 11am For m ore inform ation contact Don M acPherson 204-725-2628 or cell 204-724-2328.

Unreserved Farm Auction for Warner Buck or Minnedosa, MB. - Monday, April 18 @ 10am For m ore inform ation contact Lorne Stone at 204-726-0009 or cell 204-724-2068.

Surplus Truck and Trailer Auction for Paul’s Hauling in Brandon, MB. - Tuesday, April 19 @ 11am

For m ore inform ation contact Chris A lbrechtsen 204-728-5785 cell 204-724-5499 cjalbrechtsen@

Partnership Dissolution sale for Paddock Bros. (Glen & Ron Paddock) of Baldur, MB. Wednesday, April 20 @12pm For m ore inform ation contact G len 204-535-2146 or Ron 204-535-2141

Unreserved Farm Auction for Garry ( Jake ) and Herb Restau of Wapella, SK. - Saturday, April 30 @ 10am For m ore inform ation contact G arry (Jake) 306-532-4551 or 306-435-7433 or Herb 306-532-4287 or 306-435-7985 hrestau@

Unreserved Farm Auction for Ted & Sharon Rehirchuk of Gilbert Plains, MB plus guest consignor Doreen Dohan Monday, May 2 @ 10am For m ore inform ation contact Ted 204-548-2419 or 204-638-1824 tsrehir@ m

Annual Spring Consignment Sale at Fraser Auction Barn, Brandon, MB. - Saturday, May 7 @ 9am Plus com plete farm dispersal sale for Brendan Hannigan. Call our office to list your consignm ent for this w ell attended spring sale.

Consignment Auction at Fraser Auction Barn, Brandon, MB. - Saturday, May 21 @ 10am

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MACK AUCTION CO. presents a Land and Farm Equipment Auction, Thursday, April 14, 2011, 10:00 AM for the Estate of Rocky Gillies located at Big Beaver, Sask. area. Directions from Junction of Hwy. 18 and Hwy. 34, go 3.2 kms west and 5.2 kms south. Watch for signs! Live internet bidding at Up for auction are 11 quarters of land. Home quarter Parcel 1, NW-17-1-24-W2 RM Happy Valley #10 with a nice 1320 sq. ft. 2 bdrm bungalow, 32x90 metal quonset, open front cattle shed, older second house containing water system and balance of home quarter is pasture. Also 43 shares in Big Beaver grazing Co-op sell with home quarter. Parcel 2, SW-17-1-24-W2 RM Happy Valley #10. The following land is in the RM Hart Butte #11: Parcel 3, SE-24-1-25-W2. Parcel 4, SW-24-1-25-W2. Parcel 5, SW-13-1-25-W2. Parcel 6, NE-5-1-25-W2. Parcel 7. SE-5-1-25-W2. Pa r c e l 8 , S W- 5 - 1 - 2 5 - W 2 . Pa r c e l 9 , NW-5-1-25-W2. Parcel 10, NW-15-2-25-W2. Parcel 11, SW-15-2-25-W2. For more details on land check Also selling 2001 NH TM 125 FWA tractor w/Ezee-On 2105 FEL w/3525 hrs, JD 8630 4 WD tractor w/PTO and recent $16,000 workorder, White 2-105 Field Boss 2 WD tractor, IH 1086 tractor w/IH 1086 FEL, 40” Bourgault 8800 seeding tool w/TBH Bourgault 3195 air tank, NH 664 round baler, IH 1460 SP combine w/2760 hrs, 25’ IH 1010 straight cut header, 25’ Case/IH 730 PT swather, side delivery hay rake, 60’ Melroe 216 4-wheel Spra-Coupe, 70’ Versatile 3000 PT field sprayer, Ford F-750 grain truck w/roll tarp and steel box, F-600 grain truck w/steel box and roll tarp, 1992 Chev 1500 extended cab pickup, 1990 regular cab 4x4 pickup, Westeel 2000 bu. hopper bottom grain bin, 2Westeel 2800 bu. grain bins on wood floors, Westeel 1500 bu. hopper bottom grain bin, 2- Westeel 900 bu. seed hopper bottom bins, White 900 bu. seed hopper bin, Heenan 10-50 swing auger, Brandt 8-45 PTO auger, Sakundiak 7-45 auger w/Onan engine, Wheatheart hyd. binsweep, 3 HP aeration fan, Lundgren Mfg. 18’ gooseneck stock trailer, W-W 16’ gooseneck stock trailer, Bale Master 3 PTH bale unroller, Hi-Hog crowding tub, Hi-Hog maternity pen, Hi-Hog round bale feeders, squeeze chute, corral panels and gates, round hay and straw bales, 2002 Palomino truck camper, Ez Go 62 golf cart, Yamaha Raptor 350 quad, Degelman ground drive rockpicker, Winco trailer mount PTO drive 15,000 watt generator, Outback Lite-S GPS Bar, Allied 3 PTH snowblower, 150 gal. slip tank w/elec. pump, Versatile #24 swathers, JD bucket and Allied grapple fork, 8’ land leveller, 5’ 3 PTH rotary mower, 100 gal. fuel tank w/elec. pump, Powerfist welder, Solar Arc welder, plus much more. Visit for complete printable sale bill and many photos. Join us on Facebook! 306-487-7815 or 306-421-2928 Mack Auction Co. PL311962

4” ROPER PUMP, with all PTO attachments and PTO for 18 spd. trans, about 3 yrs. old. 403-335-9719, Didsbury, AB. 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. 20’ WOOD BOX with Nordic hoist, comes with pump, $4000. 780-352-2830, Wetaskiwin, AB. 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. SOUTHSIDE AUTO WRECKERS, Weyburn, SK, 306-842-2641. Used car and truck parts, light to heavy. We buy scrap iron and non-ferrous metals. VS TRUCK WORKS Inc. parting out GM 1/2- 1 ton trucks. Call Gordon or Joanne, 403-972-3879, Alsask, SK. 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. WANTED: 16’ GRAIN box w/wo hoist and tarp. in good shape. Call Merv, Arborfield, SK. at 306-767-2616 or 306-276-7518. TRUCK BONEYARD INC. Specializing in obsolete parts, all makes. Trucks bought for wrecking. 306-771-2295, Balgonie, 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. 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. WRECKING SEMI-TRUCKS, lots of parts. Call Yellowhead Traders. 306-896-2882, Churchbridge, SK.

47 PASSENGER MCI 12, certified, ready to roll, rebuilt engine, lots of extras, exc. cond. 306-692-4457, Moose Jaw, SK.

NEW 2011 DRAKE grain trailers for sale, tandem, tri-axle, 2 or 3 hopper configuration air or spring ride. Prices starting at $25,500; 2008 40’ Dakota tridem, $40,000; 34’ McCoy tandem, spring ride, $15,000. Phone Myles at 306-745-6140 or 306-745-7530, Esterhazy, SK. 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. 2007 DOEPKER TRIDEM 3 hopper grain trailer, open end alum., Michel’s tarp, Michel’s augers, always shedded, safetied, asking $46,000. 780-416-6932, Sherwood Park, AB. 1996 DOEPKER SUPER B grain trailers, air ride w/roll tarps; also selling 1984 40’ Timpte alum. super hopper grain trailer. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auction, Saturday, April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. Mack Auction Co. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815. Visit for sale bill and photos. PL 311962.

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TWO USED TIMPTE aluminum tridem grain trailers for sale, 2008 and 2009. 306-570-3700, Balgonie, SK.

1979 FORD THUNDERBIRD, 12,243 original kms, as new, never seen snow, serious 2002 LODE-KING TANDEM TRAILER, enquiries only. 306-358-4323, Denzil, SK. 36’, air ride, Michel’s tarp, good rubber, very clean, $19,500. 204-534-5181, Killar2 0 0 6 V O L K S WA G O N J E T TA T D I , ney, MB. 146,000 kms, fully loaded. 780-352-2830, VERY GOOD 18’- 8’x8’6” truck van, w/roll Wetaskiwin, AB. up door, $800 OBO. 780-929-9300 eves., WANTED: DIESEL CHEVETTE with auto Sherwood Park, AB. trans, or just the trans. 250-782-7262, C15 CAT TWIN turbo complete, good Dawson Creek, BC., crank, needs pan, $3000; Also 40,000 lb. rear ends with lock-ups, $2000. 306-273-4644, 306-621-6673, Rhein, SK.

NEW ORIGINAL CAT fuel injectors to fit engines 1145, 1150, 1160, 3160. New price $207, asking $175. 306-784-3202 or 2010 45’ GRAVHAUL TRIDEM GRAIN cell 306-784-7500, Herbert, SK. HAULER, $37,500 OBO. Very low miles. Reason for trade is I am going to a Super 1996 CHEV DSL. 1/2 ton, longbox, Super- B. Cell 306-487-7433 home 306-487-2710. cab, no trans., engine runs, lots of good Lampman, SK. parts. 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. 2 0 0 8 3 6 ’ C A S T L E TO N t a n d e m a x l e , CAR CRUSHING/SCRAP METALS. Do you $28,900. 1997 Doepker Super B all alumihave a large amount of cars, trucks, farm num, $38,900. Call Chris 204-526-7680, scrap, oil scrap, scrap of any kind? We Holland, MB. may be able to help clean-up your mess. Reply to 2007 LODE-KING open end Super B, silver powder coat wheels, brakes/tires 50%, Lloydminster SK/AB. no recaps, Intrax air ride with gauges, blue ENGINES, TRANNY’S & PARTS, for 1/2 and white, gray tarps, dual cranks, load ton to 3 ton trucks, many trucks and and unload lights, fresh AB safety. $52,000 buses, parts or whole units. Phoenix Auto, plus GST. 780-645-5376, St. Paul, AB. 1-877-585-2300, Lucky Lake, SK. 2010 LODE-KING open end Super B grain WRECKING USED VOLVO trucks: Misc. ax- trailers, axle lifts, 24.5 tires, white, asking les and trans. parts; Also tandem trailer $75,000. Ph. 780-787-1561, Vermilion, AB. suspension axles. 306-539-4642, Regina, WOW, LOOK! 10 NEW grain trailers. SK Tandems/ tri-axles. Urgently need trades. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. WRECKING 2001 FREIGHTLINER, Cummins ISX 475, Fuller autoshift 10 spd, air 2008 LODE-KING Prestige Super B grain ride on alum., 24’ van c/w hyd tailgate. trailers, fresh safety, dual cranks, $60,000 OBO. Shawn 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB CamDon Motors 306-237-4212 Perdue 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.

BLUE HILLS TRAILERS has a complete line of quality, durable, easy pulling stock and horse trailers at a competitive price. We now are the exclusive Western Canada dealer for the Maxey line of flat and hydraulic 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 trail- 2007 LANDOLL 630B MACHINERY ers looking and working good. Brandon, TRAILER, exc. cond., low mileage, hyd. 2009 LODE-KING Prestige tandem grain MB. 204-728-3597, tail and winch, 17.5 tires, near new tires, trailer, open end alum. combo, loaded, brake drums- 75%, double key hole chain farm use only, never had fert., low miles, 2009 MERRITT quad-axle, $66,000; 2009 slots, upper deck 15,000 lbs., Worm gear purchased new in April 2009. Phone MERRITT tri-axle, $58,000. Both in exc. winch, drive-up front air ramp, $43,500. cond. 403-381-4593, cell 403-382-8860, Rare to find trailer! Can deliver. Ph 780-650-0515, Waskatenau, AB. Lethbridge, AB. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. Email 2003 LODE-KING PRESTIGE 42’, tridem, triple hopper, open fronts, air ride, rubber 2008 53’ WILSON quad axle cattle liner, Website 50%, brakes- 75%, never hauled fertilizer, Model PSDCL-402, Silver Star with 3/4 m i n t c o n d i t i o n , a s k i n g $ 2 9 , 0 0 0 . folding doghouse, safetied, very good cond., $68,500; 2002 48’ Merritt tandem 780-354-8884, Beaverlodge, AB. axle cattle/hog trailer, insulated, with full 2000 DOEPKER TRIDEM grain trailer, air hog rail and decking, winter kit, 3/4 foldride, 3 hoppers, good cond., fresh safety, ing doghouse, safetied, very good cond., $22,000. 306-457-7128, Stoughton, SK. $28,500. Ph. 204-886-2614, Teulon, MB. Trailer Sales And Rentals REMOTE CONTROL TRAILER chute openers. Compact, Hi-Torq, complete kit. Call Brehon Agrisystems 306-933-2655, SaskaSUPREME TRAILER SALES, Your #1 toon, SK. Agassiz and Precision trailer dealer in SK. Visit our website at: SANDBLAST AND PAINT your grain trail- Toll free 1-888-652-3888. ers, boxes, flatdecks and more. We use dustrial undercoat and paint. Can zinc coat 2009 30’ TANDEM DUAL PRECISION for added rust protection. Quality work- GOOSENECK! All LED lighting, spring asWilson Aluminum Tandem, manship guaranteed. Prairie Sandblasting sist folding ramps with pop-up center, Tri-Axle & Super B Grain Trailers hide-a-way step, lockable toolbox, storage and Painting, 306-744-7930, Saltcoats, SK. above neck, exc. cond. Bredenbury, SK, ph 2007 LODE-KING SUPER B grain trailers, 306-744-7889. white and black, good tarps and brakes, fresh safety, tires 50%, 24.5 rubber, good 1998 TRIDEM 53’ step deck, 53x102, 42’ shape, open ends, $54,500 OBO. Phone: lower deck, air ride, 72 spread, 275R22.5 306-948-6123, Biggar, SK. tires, sliding winches and straps 60% and tires. Fresh Quebec safety Call for a quote NEW CASTLETON 44’ tridem 2 hopper brakes and 36’ tandem; new Wilson Super B, Tri- $16,250. 204-586-5521, Winnipeg, MB. Andres specializes in the sales, dem and 37’ tandem; 2007 Lode-King Su- 2003 WILKINSON 30’ flat deck, 3- 7000 lb. service and rental of agricultural per B’s, air ride; 2004 and 1999 Super B air a x l e s , w / b e a v e r t a i l s , $ 8 5 0 0 . and commercial trailers. rides; 1998 Castleton tridem, 2 hopper, air 306-538-2230, 306-736-8890, Kennedy SK ride; 1989 32’ Lode-King; Michel’s augers Fina nc ing Is Ava ila ble! for Castleton trailers; Tandem and S/A • Com p lete line ofb um p er Ca ll Us Toda y! converter, drop hitch, cert.; Tridem and hitch a nd goos enecks Ta n d e m a x l e p o n y p u p s , B H & T. Toll Free 1-888-834-8592 - Lethbridge, AB 306-356-4550, Dodsland, SK. DL • S tock a nd Hors e Toll Free 1-888-955-3636 - Nisku, AB #905231, • Any Color WANTED: SUPER B grain trailer. 2000 or Ea tCa na d ia n Beef2007 TRAILTECH Gooseneck 30’ w/beanewer; Wanted lead or complete super B Buy Ca na d ia n Tra ilers vertail/ramps, 3-8000 lb axles, pop up ctr., flat deck. 204-871-0925, MacGregor MB. $7000 OBO. 306-232-4768, Rosthern, SK. 2008 CASTLETON TANDEM grain trailer, 1980 WESTANK-WILLOCK Tankers, used closed end, low miles, air ride, like new, for liquid fertilizer, very good condition, $27,000; 2011 PRECISION DAKOTA 48’ $25,000. Call 780-975-1491, Ryley, AB. grain trailer, tridem, two hopper, air ride, like new, $36,000. 204-546-2417, Grand1997 TRAIL KING 48’ mechanical detach view, MB. double drop, 30’ in well fold out outriggers, brackets for 3rd axle flip, $29,500; 2007 DOEPKER Super B grain trailers, al2002 Lode-King, alum. combo, tri-axle, C a ll for pricin g or a dea ler n ea r you um. wheels, exc. cond., current safety, drop deck, 51’, alum. rims, safetied, $65,500 OBO. 403-308-1196 Nobleford, AB $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. 2002 WILSON 53’ quad axle cattle liner, 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 , D ra k e , S a s k . air ride, alum. wheels, excellent shape. Ve$14,000 and $15,500; 48’ Roadmaster flat greville, AB. Phone 780-632-5680. 306 -36 3-2131 deck tridem, good cond., good bale trailer, w w w .b e rg e n in d u s trie s .c om 2002 WILSON 53’ tri-axle, fold-up dog$5,500. T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer house, nose decking, new upper 5th, tires Ltd., call Terry 204-825-7043 or Ken at 70%, excellent condition, $33,000. DOUBLE DROP DETACHABLE neck, 204-362-0116, 306-476-2712, Rockglen, SK. both tandem and tridem $15,000-$30,000. Winkler, MB. MR. B’s TRAILER SALES, Norberts and 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. PRECISION AND AGASSIZ TRAILERS Rainbow, lease to own. Ph. 306-773-8688, 1995 LORNES LOG TRAILER, triple axle, air gooseneck and bumper hitch, flatdecks, Swift Current, SK. ride, 9.5’ axles, 9.5 bunks, heavy stakes, 6 enclosed cargo, utility, car haulers, ATV 2010 EBY STOCK TRAILER, 8x24, rolling bunks, flashing light on rear, new 12R-22.5 and snowmobile. Ivan White Trailer Sales, divider gate, $19,000. 306-731-3595, r u b b e r, s a f e t i e d , $ 2 0 , 0 0 0 O B O . North Battleford, SK, 306-445-5242. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. 306-731-7657 cell, Lumsden, SK. 45’ WILSON HIGHBOY ALUMINUM trailWANTED: 16’ PLUS gooseneck stock trail- TRAILER SALE ON NOW! Call Automan er, $6800. Excellent for water or bale hauler, and older diesel dually w/low kms. Call Tr a i l e r s 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 5 2 - 0 8 4 0 . We b s i t e ing. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. Miles at: 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, AB.



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

WRECKING 4x4, 2 wheel trucks, all makes all models, 1/2 ton and up. Also locate those hard to find parts. 25 yrs experience in locating parts. Lloydminster, SK. Email:

2006 OPEN END DOEKPER TRAILERS! 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. 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.

AUCTION: MAURER 38’, tandem axle w/spring ride, c/w side roll tarp. Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075! PL 915407. 1998 DOEPKER SUPER B, open ends, all alum., sideband slopes, alum. wheels, air ride, safetied, good cond., $35,000. Swan River, MB, 204-734-6350, 204-734-8202. 1997 CASTLETON SUPER B lead, new paint, tires 90%, excellent tarp, $13,000. 306-445-9897, North Battleford, SK.










6`x12` Enclosed Trailer 6x12 foot Inclosed Trailer. D&D Sales Inc. 3760-48 Ave. Camrose, Alberta, T4V 3Z8. 780-672-4400. Fax: 780-672-8886.

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2011 Hitec 5 Ft. x 10 Ft. Utility Trailer 5Ft. x 10Ft. Utility Trailer, Comes with: 3 inch channel iron Hitch, 15 inch formed 12 gauge walls, Radius fenders with Rock guard, 2000 lb. swivel jack, Dual Safety Chains, Led Lighting, Treated Lumber floor and 2990 lbs GVW. FOB Saskatoon, SK.

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50 TON MURRAY scissor neck lowboy, 9’6”x25’ working deck, center roll, fixed end roll, plumbed for booster, like new condition, weight approximately 10.5 metric tonnes. $49,500 OBO. 780-674-1893, Mayerthorpe, AB. 1998 HEAVY EQUIPMENT/ sprayer trailer, pintle hitch, 235/85R16 tires, electric brakes, removable side sprayer carriers, $7000. 306-547-3353, Sturgis, SK SELF-UNLOADING HAY TRAILER, 53’ tri-axle, rare lo-profile flatbed, hauls small or big squares or rounds. Also 2003 Peterbilt 379S daycab. $90,000 for both or may sell separately. 403-397-8197, Bowden, AB 45’ MANAC TRAILER, sliding suspension, $4300. 306-842-5710, Weyburn, SK.


1997 DOEPKER MACHINERY TRAILER, 48’, double drop, tandem, pullout alum. ext., hyd. Beavertail and winch, 22.5 budds, $26,000; TRAILTECH pintle hitch combine/ sprayer trailer, pullout ext., 17.5 Daytons, air brakes, $12,000; 2001 Doepker tandem highboy c/w folding hay racks, aluminum wheels, air ride, exc. cond. $16,000. 306-969-2110, Minton, SK. STEPDECKS: NEW TRIDEM machinery trailers; also 53’ and 48’ tridem; 2003 and 1998 48’ tandem combo air rides; Tandem 9’ wide low-boy recond., certified; 53’, 48’ and 45’ tridem and tandem high boys; also Super B and B-train hi-boys, B-train w/4 1200 gal. water tanks; Single and tandem axle converter w/drop hitch; 53’-28’ van trailers, some with side doors. Dodsland, SK. phone 306-356-4550, DL #905231.

WANTED: SUPER B grain trailer. 2000 or TA R N E L 4 0 ’ TRI-AXLE gooseneck, newer; Wanted lead or complete super B w/beavertails, 3- 10,000 lb. tandem axles, flat deck. 204-871-0925, MacGregor MB. used very little, $11,000 OBO. 306-752-2320, 306-921-8070, Melfort, SK. COMPONENTS FOR TRAILERS, Build, Repair and Manufacture. Free freight. See GOOD TRAILERS, REASONABLY priced. “The Book 2011” page 165. DL Parts For Tandem axle, gooseneck, 8-1/2x24’, Beavertail and ramps, 14,000 GVW, $6900; or Trailers, 1-877-529-2239, triple axle, $7900. All trailers custom built DUTCH INDUSTRIES SPRAYER trailer, from 2000 to 20,000 lbs., DOT approved. 17-1/2’x8’4” tandem axle, 16” tires, $4500. Call Dumonceau Trailers, 306-796-2006, Central Butte, SK. 306-658-4227, Biggar, SK. 24’ GOOSENECK TRI-AXLE, 21,000 lbs., $6490. Bumper pull tandem equipment: 18’, 14,000 lbs., $3975; 16’, 10,000 lbs., $3090; 16’, 7000 lbs., $2650. Factory direct. 1-888-792-6283.

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WESTANK SUPER B liquid fertilizer trailers for sale, in excellent condition. Phone 306-752-4363, Melfort, SK. 2009 32’ FIFTH wheel flat deck, tandem duals, loaded incl. lower deck, like new. $10,500. 306-859-4800, Beechy, SK.


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D.L#909069 2000 FONTAINE 51’ tandem stepdeck trailer, steel alum. combo, sliding winches, LEASE THIS light weight 2006 Wabash 53’ tandem stepdeck, rare with all aluminum safetied, asking $15,500. 306-592-2033, deck! Sliding rear axle, storage box, Buchanan, SK. winches, low miles, mint condition, 1976 FRUEHAUF TANDEM lowboy, Beaver $ 2 4 , 9 0 0 . G o r d at H o r i z o n L e a s i n g , tails, 8’6” wide, current Sask safety, 306-934-4445, Saskatoon, SK. $14,500. 306-232-5040, Rosthern, SK. 1999 DOEPKER aluminum Super B grain, 1971 BRENNER stainless steel tanker, $38,500; 48’ flatdeck tridem, $8500; 1998 great shape, spring ride, 5700 gal. Phone Talbert 48’ stepdeck, $15,000. All trailers 204-673-2382, Melita, MB. Sask certified. 306-567-7262, Davidson, 1970 BRENNER stainless steel insulated SK. DL #312974. tanker, 4000 Imp. gal., good shape, stored 1998 WILLTEN PINTLE hitch sprayer traili n s i d e , r e a d y f o r u s e , $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 . er, 2-10,000 lbs., Handler III chem han306-948-2736, Biggar, SK. dler, 2” plumb, Also 8’x8’ deck with King pin to be mounted on semi 5th wheel plate TRI-AXLE END DUMP 33’ trailer, 2005, for water tank, $8,200 OBO. St. Brieux, SK, alum. Also equipped for hauling hot as- 306-275-3113, 306-921-9654. phalt tar, $33,000. Located in Edmonton. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 2007 GRAVHAUL belly dump tri axle, air tarp, exc. cond., $41,500 OBO. Phone STAINLESS STEEL INSULATED Super B ride, tanker, 1991, 33,000 litre unit, safetied, 403-394-4401, Coalhurst, AB. $31,500. 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. 1994 DOEPKER DOUBLE drop equipment trailer, hydraulic beaver tail, aluminum slideouts, 22.5 wheels, $34,000. St. Louis, SK. Phone 306-423-5983.


Bruce Lutz 204-797-6933 Lyle Oswald 204-791-8991

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. 1999 FORD LARIAT 4x4, 250, ext. cab, 7.3L diesel. 306-542-4498 or 306-542-7325, Kamsack, SK.

TRI-AXLE DOUBLE DROP, hyd. detachable, air ride, 50 ton, exc., $32,000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 1989 LODE-KING TA, highboy 45’, good tires, good brakes, road worthy, $4500. Phone 780-373-2648 eves., 780-608-9015 cell, Bawlf, AB.

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2008 Ford F-350SD King Ranch, Diesel Dually Crew Cab 4x4 6.4L, L.B., 49,083 KMS, Stk #104349..............$46,990 2009 GMC Sierra 2500HD SLE, Diesel Crew Cab 4x4 6.6L, S.B., 57,343 KMS, Fully Equipped, Stk #105439. $45,900 2008 Dodge Ram 3500HD Laramie, Diesel Quad Cab 4x4 6.7L, L.B., 97,985 KMS, Fully Loaded, Stk#105594 . . . $43,800 2008 Ford F-350SD XLT , Diesel Crew Cab 4x4 6.4L, S.B., 64,542 KMS, Fully Equipped, Stk #105364. $37,980 2008 Dodge Ram 2500HD SLT, Diesel Quad Cab 4x4 6.7L, S.B., 72,526 KMS, Fully Equipped, Stk #104868. $34,780 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Crew Cab 4X4 5.3L S.B. 29,381Kms Well Equipped, Stk #100830...................................$32,900 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 HD SLT, Quad Cab 4x4 5.7L S.B., 44,122 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104001..................$30,890 2008 Ford F-150 Lariat, Super Cab 4x4 5.4L S.B., 69,758 KMS, Fully Loaded, Stk #104011.............$26,890 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Z71, Extended Cab 4X4 5.3L S.B., 57,136 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104100......... $24,900 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS, Crew Cab 4x4 5.3L S.B., 76,407 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104096..........$22,988 2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT, 4x4, 4.0L 48,789 KMS, Fully Equipped, Stk #104046.........................................$25,898 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 LT, 4X4, 5.3L 71,583 KMS, Well Equipped, Stk #104058...................................$25,988 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT, 4X4, 4.2L 46,088 KMS, A, T, C, PW, PL, PM, Well Equipped, Stk #101662..........$19,998

1979 TRANSCRAFT 53’, double drop trailer, beavertails, extends to 14’, great for combines and sprayers, $19,500. NEW FARM WAGONS 12 ton, 6 wheels, 306-476-2501, Rockglen, SK. AutoSteer, adjustable center reach, $3900. WAYNE’S TRAILER REPAIR. Specializing H a u s e r ’ s M a c h i n e r y, M e l v i l l e , S K . in aluminum livestock trailer repair. Blaine 1-888-939-4444. Lake, SK, 306-497-2767. SGI accredited. ALS O AV AILABLE S tep Decks, H iBo ys, Freight 30 SEMI HIGHBOYS and stepdecks, STAINLESS STEEL TANDEM insulated $2,300 to $18,000. 306-222-2413, check tanker, 25,000 litres, $15,500, safetied. V a n s, Sto ra ge Un its a n d Jo b site out Aberdeen/Saska- 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. Tra ilers & M o re toon, SK. 2009 UTILITY TRAILER, 7x14, full ramp, W EBSITE TRAILERS! TRAILERS! Flatdecks, drop wood deck, tandem axle w/suspension w w w.lacom d e c k s , va n s , r e e fe r s , g r a i n , g r ave l . spring, like new. $4600. Trades wanted. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 2010 DODGE RAM 2500, TRX crewcab, 4 1-800-667-4515. WD, silver, loaded, ext. warranty, 16,860 1996 PULP TRAILER- Beeline trailer, kms. 306-883-2877, Spiritwood, SK 12.22 Michelin tires, 8’ bunk, 3 axle, air ride, safetied, mint cond., only 12,000 CHEAP 2007 CHEV, reg. cab, longbox, 2 miles. Contact Ron Sr. 306-763-4232, WD, V8, good on gas, low kms. Phone 306-654-7772, Prud’homme, SK. Prince Albert, SK. BEFORE YOU BUY A TRAILER, CHECK WHOLESALE PRICE! 2009 Ford 250, low Chec k Us O u tAt: w w w .goldenw esttra iler.c om OUT OUR PRICES! Large selection of k m s , 6 . 4 L d s l . , 4 d r. , 4 x 4 . P h o n e high quality, used trailers. Priced to sell! 306-654-7772, Prud’homme, SK. Aluminum quad trailer, 2200 lb. torsion axle, 13” rims, extruded alum. floor, only $1,995! Call us today at Flaman Trailers, S a s k a t o o n , S K . w w w. f l a m a n . c o m 2005 FORD F-350, Lariat, FX4, leather, 306-934-2121. 240,000 kms, 6.0 L dsl., Colibert in-box hitch, very good shape. Can email 1997 HAMMS 3 axle TC 306-AL tankers, ball 27,400 L, 4” plumbing, alum. buds, certi- pics. Phone 204-304-0269, Altona, MB. fied. 306-752-4909, Melfort, SK. 2001 GMC 4x4 ext. cab, loaded, A/T/C, power seats, 136,000 kms., exc. cond. PRECISION TRAILERS: Gooseneck and $ 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. bumper hitch. You’ve seen the rest now 306-228-4556 eves., Unity, SK. own the best. Hoffart Services, 306-957-2033, 2003 F150 4x4 SuperCrew XLT, 5.4 Triton, 240,000 kms, white w/matching cap, 2009 W IL SO N SU PE R B STORAGE VANS 26’ single axle, just off exc. shape, reliable winter truck, Michelin G O O SEN EC K S highway, $2800. Located in Edmonton, AB. tires- 50%, $12,500. Ph. 306-335-2280, N E W 24’W IL SO N ..................................O N O RD E R 2008 D AK O TA TRI 780-913-0097, 780-922-0169. 16-32’W IL SO N ......................................AVAIL ABL E 2006 W IL SO N 41’TAN D E M Lemberg, SK. M O N THLY REN TALS AVAILABLE 2001 CASTL E TO N TRIAX L E TRI HAUL SELF-UNLOADING BALE 2003 FORD F350 Lariat crewcab dually, MOVERS, various lengths, no hydraulics diesel $15,500; 2005 Ford F350 XL crewLIVESTO C K 1981 CH AM BE RL AIN ,TAN D E M $11,900.00 or winches, side or rear loading, unloads cab, diesel, $14,500; 2005 Ford F150 N E W 2012 W IL SO N GRO U N D L O AD 53’ D EC K S in less than a minute, 300-400 bales/day. Lariat extended cab, $15,000; 2006 Ford O N O RD E R N E W W I L SO N STE P & F L AT D E CK S AVAI L ABL E Phone 1-800-505-9208, Pilot Butte, SK, F350 XLT extended cab, diesel $17,000; 2009 W IL SO N TRI-AX L E 2009 BW S SU PE R B 2008 W IL SO N Q U AD 2006 Ford F150 XTR crewcab $17,500; 2008 W IL SO N TRI-AX L E ,CATTL E 2009 W IL SO N CF -900 2006 Chevy 2500 HD crewcab, diesel 2006 M E RRITT TRI-AX L E $20,500. 204-683-2277, St. Lazare, MB. 2007 W IL SO N 48F T STE P 2001 W IL SO N 53’TRI-AX L E CATTL E 2007 M U VAL L M E CH AN I CAL D E TACH 2003 GMC 1500 extended cab, 4x4, a/c, (U N D E R $30,000) 218,000 km, $5000. 403-680-0752, CalTRI-AX L E G RAIN gary, AB. GRE AT SE L E CTIO N O F W IL SO N GRAIN 2003 W IL SO N STE PD E CK 48’ TRAIL E RS AVAIL ABL E 2007 CHEV SILVERADO, crewcab, 4x4 2005 GMC 2500 HD, DuraMax, crew cab G RAVEL 2011 CASTL E TO N ,TAN D E M ,SID E CH U TE S diesel, 100,000 kms, family truck, exc. automatic, 4x4, 160,000 kms, $18,000 N E W E N D D U M PS,TAN D E M S,TRID E M S cond., no taxes. Doug Kaip 306-869-7894, OBO. Phone 306-378-2388, Elrose, SK. U SED VAN S Radville, SK. 2010 W IL SO N SU PE R B’S,F RE SH SAF E TY , L O AD E D ,U SE D


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2007 FORD F350 diesel, 4x4, fully loaded crew cab, LWB, 63,000 km, warranty to 160,000 km, $24,250. 306-662-3388, Ma- 1987 FORD F250, diesel, 5 speed, $1200. Phone 306-386-3205 after 6:00 PM, North ple Creek, SK. Battleford, SK. 2008 FORD FX4 F350 4x4, leather, sunroof, loaded, 100,000 kms, $28,000. 1997 FORD F350 crewcab, 2 WD, 5.8L auPhone 306-446-2370, North to, 140,000 kms, $2500. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB. Battleford, SK.

1997 CHEV 4x4 CLUBCAB, 305 Vortec engine, radio cassette, 60-40 seat, nice condition, 179,500 kms, $5500. Ponteix, SK, 306-625-3778, 1997 GMC 4X4, 4.3 engine, 5 spd. standard, new clutch, tires, universals. $4000. 306-331-7002, Dysart, SK.

1994 PETE 377, Detroit Series 60 475 HP, 13 spd., 20’ Cancade B&H, twin stacks, safetied, clean, $36,500. 204-529-2595, 204-523-6660, Cartwright, MB. 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 IH EAGLE 9400 tandem grain truck w/Cummins engine, 13 spd., 20’ Cancade box. Also 1975 Ford Louisville w/steel B&H. Roger and Eleanor Hirsch Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, April 16, 2011, Estevan, SK. For sale bill and photos visit 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.

2004 CHEV SILVERADO, reg. cab, 4.89L, A/T/C, 188,000 kms, ball joints, brakes and rotors, $9000. 306-524-4932 evenings Semans Sask. 2000 IH 4700 grain truck w/16’ BH&T, Allison auto, dsl., AC, premium no rust 2004 SUPER DUTY F350, low kms 67K, truck, mechanical disc brakes, only 4x4, duals, quad cab, 10’ flat deck, V10 au- $29,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. to, loaded. $10,900. 306-231-0347 aft 5:00 pm. Tisdale, SK. 2005 DODGE LARAMI SLT, 170,000 kms, 1 owner, 5.9 diesel auto. Phone evenings 306-547-2792, Hazel Dell, SK. 2005 GMC DURAMAX SLE, diesel, 4x4, 139,000 kms, asking $24,900. 306-752-3550, Melfort, SK.

2006 SILVERADO 2500 4x4, running boards, heavy grill guard, 175,000 kms, good cond., $13,500 OBO. 306-858-2151, 2000 KENWORTH with 450 bu. seed/fert Birsay, SK. tender, 3 remote controlled compartSEMPLE HAULING MUST SELL due to ments w/belt delivery, cameras. Great health. 2010 Dodge 3500 4x4, 6850 kms. cond, $50,000. 306-699-7620, Edgeley, SK Bill Semple, Craven, SK. 306-775-2857, 2001 FREIGHTLINER FL112 tandem, cell 306-535-8034. 410 HP Cat, 9 spd., air ride, new 20’ ultrabox pkg. low miles, Sask safety, price TWO FORD SUPER duty F250’s, 2003 and cel 2005, 5.4L gas, auto, ext. cab, 4x4. $7900 only $52,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK and $12,900. 306-858-2300 Phoenix Auto, Lucky Lake, SK. DL#320074

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2006 International 9200 Eagle Tractor - Cummins ISX 450 HP Engine, 13 speed Eaton Transmission, 3-way lockers, 3.90  axle ratio, 209” Wheelbase, 51” mid-rise sleeper, sharp looking- black with aluminum wheels

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.

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All Units W ork R ea dy! CALL ABO UT THESE O THER FIN E UN ITS: - International and Freightliner Autoshift and Ultrashift Trucks. - Grain and Silage boxes - Cat, Cummins, and Detroit Engines - Self Loading Bale Deck trucks - DAKOTA Aluminum Grain Hopper Trailers.

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1977 CHEV 3 TON 4 speed, split axle, 15’ box with roll tarp, asking $6000 OBO. 306-538-2230, 306-736-8890, Kennedy 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 1979 GMC 7000, 16’ CIM box, tarp, 427 V8 HD 5&2 trans., 10.00x20, air brakes, $8500. Ph. 780-753-6969, Hayter, AB. 1983 FORD F700 Grain truck, 39,000 kms, 15’ B&H, good condition, $13,000. 306-591-3134, Findlater, SK. 1984 FORD F700 15’ grain or silage, box and hoist. Detroit diesel, 8.2L eng., Allison 643 auto trans., needs trans. repairs. $9900. 306-858-2300, Phoenix Auto, Lucky Lake, SK. DL#320074.

2001 KW T300 3 ton, 3126 Cat, Autoshift trans., air ride, air brakes, 14’ Grainmaster B&H, Shur-Lok tarp, rear hitch, 11-22.5 tires, $43,000 OBO. 306-463-4289 home, 306-460-7526 cell, Kindersley, 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. 2002 FREIGHTLINER FL70 Cat diesel, Allison auto., 16’ Ultracel package, very clean California truck, only $36,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 2003 FREIGHTLINER FL70 single axle C&C, Cat, AutoShift, 225M, no rust, premiu m C a l i fo r n i a u n i t , o n l y $ 1 9 , 5 0 0 . 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 2003 IHC 7500, HT 530, 13 spd., air ride, 400,000 kms, new CIM, BH&T, fresh Sask. s a fe t y, $ 5 4 , 9 0 0 . C a m D o n M o t o r s , 306-237-4212, Perdue, 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,

1984 MACK TANDEM grain truck, 20’ B&H, 2007 IHC 9200 Eagle, 10 spd. ultrashift, new trans and clutch, good condition, 435 HP ISX Cummins, new CIM B&H, $22,000. 403-552-3753, Kirriemuir, AB. 670,000 kms. Call 306-270-6399, Saskatoon, SK. 1986 GMC GENERAL, 20’ Ultracel B&H, roll tarp, 8V 92 Detroit dsl., 15 spd. trans., new steering tires. Looks good. $8000 on work order on motor, $25,000 OBO. 306-739-2302 eves., Wawota, SK. 1989 GMC 7000, 8.2L diesel, 14’ B&H, grain tarp, safetied, good condition, $10,500. 204-529-2091, Cartwright, MB. 1989 INTERNATIONAL 8200 tandem grain truck, Cummins engine, 315 HP, 20’ grain box w/I.P. roll tarp, rear air ride suspension, air ride driver’s seat, 10 speed, AM/FM/CD/MP3. Front rubber 50% rear rubber 60%. Asking $29,000 +GST. Morinville, AB. 780-939-3323. 1989 WHITE GMC truck, tandem axle, long wheelbase, 325 HP Cummins, 8 spd., low kms, good cond., $8000 OBO. Can provide 22’ grain B&H and AB safety. Call 780-829-2123, Hondo, AB. 1993 FORD GRAIN truck, Series 60 Detroit 20’ box, remote lift/gate, pintle hitch, $28,900. Chris 204-526-7680, Holland, MB

2009 PETERBILT TANDEM, 340, new condition, 17,500 kms, 635 hrs., Paccar 300 HP, 6 spd. auto, 40 rears, 4:16 ratio, 385x22.5 fronts, 1100x24.5 rears, all alum. wheels, 20’ grain/silage box w/Highlift hyd. tailgate, rear controls on box, Michel’s tarp, extensions for silage, $99,000. Call 780-853-2388 or 250-612-7398 or email Vermilion, AB. REMOTE CONTROL ENDGATES and hoist. Precision FM control. Phone Brehon Agrisystems 306-933-2655, Saskatoon, SK.



2005 379 PETERBILT, 63” bunk, rubber70%, 2 piece Webasto, new: brakes, drums, clutch, trans., alternator and battery, approx. 925,000 kms, mint condition. 306-539-7899, Kendal, SK.


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.

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1988 INT. 9400, Cat 3406B with 1991 Warren feed trailer, 25T cap., safetied July, 2010. Lots of work done, good shape, $24,500. 403-615-6204, Strathmore, AB. 1993 T600 KENWORTH 13 spd, Detroit Series 60, 36” bunk, great shape, no rust, c/w 2003 38’ Advance tandem grain trailer, no rust. Will separate. 306-344-4725, 306-344-7410 Paradise Hill, SK.

JUST IN TIME FOR SEEDING! 1987 GMC Sierra Classic 3 ton w/16’ Midland steel B&H, 366 eng., Shur-Lok roll tarp, 39,000 orig. kms, ready to go to work, $22,500 plus GST. 306-536-0926, Regina, SK. 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. REPOSSESSIONS/LIQUIDATIONS. Leasing/financing available. 306-242-2508 Saskatoon SK TANDEM 1984 FORD 9000, 855 Cummins, 15 spd., 20’ box and hoist and roll tarp, remote hoist and end gate, white cab, blue Cancade box, sharp looking, $23,500. 306-794-2054, Grayson, SK.

1995 FORD LTL 9000 tandem 18’ flat bed good shape, SK safety, M11 Cummins, pintle hitch; also Wilton sprayer trailer, 4 new tires, elec. brakes. Unit was used for custom spraying. $18,000 OBO. Call Jeff 306-338-8220, pics available, Wadena, 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. 1996 IH 9200 Eagle highway truck, 3406 Cat and Pro sleeper; also selling 1997 IH 9200 highway truck, Cummins engine and daycab. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auction, Saturday, April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. 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 o r 306-487-7815. PL 311962.

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. 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 , 694,000773,000 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 IH 9400 daycab, N14, 435 HP Cummins, 18 spd. trans, 40,000 rears, new and rod bearings, tires vg, 950,000 1997 MACK CH613, 427 eng., 18 spd., 17 TANDEM TRUCK AND PUP COMBO, main bale self loading/unloading deck, air mir1996 FL120 Freightliner, 20’ Cancade kms, $14,000. 780-208-0199 Hairy Hill, AB BH&T, alum. budds, 340-370 HP, 10 spd., 1997 IH, 500 HP Cummins, sleeper, wet rors, deck folds to legal width when emptandem pup 16’ Cancade, BH&T, full hyd. kit and hyd. winch, excellent condition. ty, 2 yr. old paint on truck, new front tires, deck is 2.5 yrs. old, in great shape, pkg., side augers on both, $60,000. 2006 306-275-2007, St. Brieux, SK. $75,000. 403-896-0064, Clive, AB. Castleton trailer 36’, pintle hitch on back, 1997 PETERBILT 379, alum. 18’ gravel alum. budds, $27,000. Tandem converter d o l l e y, $ 6 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 4 8 3 - 8 5 6 3 o r box, HS, Detriot eng., new rubber, been rolled, $8000. 403-396-2046, Innisfail, AB. 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. 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.


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GRAIN AND SILAGE END DUMP 2008 FREIGHTLINER FLD120SD daycab, 46 rears, 18 spd.; 2005 MACK GRANITE tridrive, heavy specs; 10 x 30 well site trailer, 80% rebuilt. 306-384-2232 SaskaCOURTNEY BERG ROUND BALE HANtoon, SK. DLER HYDRA-DECS. Sold and installed. Hydra-dec mounted Eze feeder in stock now. Centennial Garage, 403-378-4331, Shown w/optional silage extentions & aluminum body & rims. Duchess, AB, email 35 foot, triaxle, air ride, hyd gate, hoist LOW PRICES ON FIRE engines Thibault stabilizer, tapered tub body. Foremost, 2 engines GM and CAT, tire size BALE DECK TRUCK 66x43x25 only 23,000 kms, 7 speed, auto, foam and water type, near new condition; 2 fire engines w/100’ ladders; 5 other regular fire engine trucks; Parting out 6 other fire engines. Ph 204-667-2867, 2008 IH PROSTAR PREMIUM, 435 ISX Fax 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB. Cummins, 13 spd. AutoShift, 3.55 ratio, 2003 IHC PAYSTAR, 475 HP, C-15 Cat, only 451,000 kms, 73” sleeper, 11R22.5 18 spd w/3 yr. old self-load Cancade 18 tires on alum. rims, 230” WB, nice clean bale deck. Never custom picked, farm use t r u c k , M B s a f e t y, $ 6 3 , 5 0 0 . C a l l only. The ultimate HD bale picking truck. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB, email Exc. cond. Ph. 306-739-2984, Wawota, SK. 1979 GMC GENERAL WATER TRUCK, Self Loading and Unloading Bale decks, TA, 13 spd., with 6-V-92 Detroit w/Pro- from 10 bale units for single axles to 2008 KENWORTH W900L, 525 ISX Cum- Heat, 4500 gal. tank and 3” Bowie pump. 18 bale units for tandem and tri-drives. mins, 18 spd., 46 diff, lockers; 2007 Pete Equipped for oil patch work or excellent We will install on your truck or source a 379L, ISX Cummins 525, 18 spd., 4-way for sprayer truck. $10,000 OBO. Phone truck for you. Order with or without a lock and wet kit; 2005 Pete 379’s, 550, 18 403-581-3333, Liberty, SK. pup trailer to double your hauling spd., 46 and 40 diff., lockers; 2006 9900i, capacity. Cat, 46 diff., 18 spd., lockers; 2005 9900i 2001 TOPKICK GMC 7500, loaded, load ISX Cummins, 18 spd.; 2004 T800 Ken- and tow, double bunk, 3126 Cat, 14,000 worth, Cat 500, 18 spd., 46 diff, lockers, lb. winch, vg shape, Gem 4 heater, 24’ roobar; 2004 Freightliner Classic, 500 De- deck, 6’ stinger, loads 27’ on deck, pull any troit, 650,000 kms, 13 spd., mid-rise bunk; legal length, attachments for pulling any 2004 IH 9200, daycab, C12 Cat, 10 spd.; kind of trailers, made for hauling RV’s from 1993 8100 IH tractor truck w/new DT466 USA. Recently certified. Also excellent for Best Selling Farm Body in Canada in motor; 4900 IH, van body, will BH&T or farm and ranch, $14,200. 403-318-2537, Steel or Aluminum – Surprisingly deck; FL80 S/A van body w/power tailgate Hanna, AB. competitive cost – with or without or box or deck, Cummins diesel, 10 spd., air ride; Dodsland, SK. 306-356-4550. 2008 IHC CF600 GARBAGE TRUCK, dsl., matching pup trailer. auto trans., A/T/C, low kms. Trades? DL #905231. 1994 IH TANDEM fuel truck, 9200 Cat 15 306-621-0425, Yorkton, SK. 2008 PETERBILT MODEL 388, 485 Cat, 1998 IHC 1800, 466 dsl., auto, S/A, runs spd., air ride, w/Advance 5 compartment C-13, 13 spd., 3:73 ratio, sleeper, 500,000 good, w/502 Harsh mixer, mixer needs 17,500 L, LC meter, Blackmere pump, printer $39,500. 306-752-4909 Melfort SK. kms, $75,000. 204-853-7542, Dugald, MB some work, $15,000 or trade for livestock, 2007 MACK RAWHIDE, 535,000 kms, 460, feed or ? Located near Saskatoon, SK. Ph. CHECK OUT WWW.MERVSAUTO.COM 18 spd., loaded, new 4” T&E pump. Ready check us out at 403-932-4230. for oil patch. Call Mike 306-354-7978, SURPLUS GOVERNMENT TRUCKS and Mazenod, SK. equipment. 3/4 ton-5 ton, cab and chasDAVIDSON TRUCK & TRACTOR SALES 1996 GMC CREWCAB, 6.5 dsl., 5 spd., 306-435-3700. To view our inventory go sis, service trucks, bucket trucks, etc. ARE 4x4, 224,000 kms, c/w fiberglass service and Range Rider canopies and service to: body, w/350 gal. fuel tank, elec. fuel caps. pump, $12,500. 306-969-2110, Minton, SK DAYCAB CONVERSIONS: Peterbilt, Ken- Saskatoon, SK., 306-668-2020 DL#90871. worth, Freightliner, IH. Will custom paint MAN-LIFT BUCKET TRUCK, 45’ reach, TWO 1990 VOLVO’s Series 60 Detroit and install grain boxes. Call 204-272-8063, n FL80 single axle dsl., $18,000. trucks with identical NH manure spread- o306-563-8765, or Rivers, MB. 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. ers, 425 bu., heavy top beaters, always HEAVY HAULER: 2004 Mack, 460 HP, 18 well maintained. Very straight trucks. Have 1990 GMC ONE ton, 1200 LB. HYD. LIFT spd., full lock ups, 14/46, $28,000. next to new mud tires, awesome on fuel. GATE, 233,000 kms, always garaged, reGreat business opportunity, $25,000 man. 7.4L V8- Oct./10, SGI inspection cer306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. each. Will separate. For more info call tificate Jan. 11/2011, $11,999 OBO. Ideal HODGINS HEAVY TRUCK CENTRE: 306-739-2302, Wawota, SK. for farm. 306-563-5788, Canora, SK. 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; Home of Elite Bailiff Services Ltd. 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.

1998 IH 8100 tandem tractor, M11 Cum- 1999 379 PETERBILT C15 Cat motor, 13 mins, 9 speed, air ride, AC, excellent no spd., well maintained. 306-533-8300, Rer u s t t r u c k , s a fe t i e d , o n ly $ 2 1 , 5 0 0 . gina, SK. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 1999 KENWORTH W900L, rebuilt 525 hp. N14, 244 WB, 72” aerocab, replaced air to air, rad, water pump, clutch, rebuilt trans. and rear end, many other repairs, 24.5 S a s ka to o n Regin a W in n ip eg rubber 60%. Exc. farm tractor for super B, PETERBILT 379L FLAT top. C-15 Cat, 3:90 asking $24,900 OBO with MB safety. ratio, super 40’s, 3 way lockers, 24.5 rub306-931-1911 306-569-9021 204-694-3874 ber at 80%, 7” pipes, lots of lights and 204-899-5105, Oakville, MB. DL #907370 chrome both in and out. $48,000. 2000 IH 9400, 430 HP, N14, 13 spd., 403-634-1373, Enchant, AB. 1,300,000 kms, w/2005 Timpte 33’ tand e m g r a i n t r a i l e r, $ 4 5 , 0 0 0 O B O . TRUCKS, TRUCKS! AUTOMATICS, Box and hoists, day cabs, tractors, gravel. 306-548-5547, Stenen, SK. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 2000 PETERBILT 379 Cat 475HP, 13 speed, 60” bunk, new mattress, good rub- TWO 2004 FREIGHTLINER CLASSICS, ber, alum. rims, approx. 250,000 kms on 500 hp. series 60, 18 spd. trans., 12000 New & Used Cab & Chassis engine overhaul, 2009 Lode King Prestige steering axle, 46000 rear axles, 410 gears, Suitable For Grain Boxes Super B grain trailers, lift axles, alum. 4-way lock-ups, 70” bunk integral, 233 WB, rims, fresh safety. $93,500 for the set, will recent motor. $40,000 OBO. Calgary, AB separate, unit comes with or without job. 403-852-4452. Shawn 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB. Call for Details TWO 2006 FREIGHTLINER Columbia, C-15 2009 K en w o rth T6 6 0, 62" S L PR, IS X 485 HP, 2002 IH 9900 Eagle, 565 HP ISX Cum- Cat, 475 HP, 13 speed, 860,000 - 980,000 mins, white color, 18 spd., 1100x24.5 al- kms, 70” mid-roof, new rear rubber, very 18 s p d , 46's , lo ckers , 300,000 km s . clean trucks, can be day-cabbed, Sask um, $32,000. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK. 2008 K en w o rth W 9 00L , 72" F T S L PR, IS X 525 HP, safety, $39,900. Call: 306-522-4901 or 18 s p d ., 40's , 1,100,000 km s , lo ckers , very clea n . 306-730-7300, Grayson, SK. Arrivin g s o o n . WE CAN NOW give 2 yr. or 350,000 2008 K en w o rth T8 00, E xt. d a y ca b s , IS X 485 HP, 2002 KENWORTH T800, double extended km full powertrain warranty on any 18 s p d , S u p er 40's , 600- 700,000 km s . truck 2001 or newer!!! 2008 Pete 387 frame, positive air shutoff, C12 Cat motor, 2008 K en w o rth T8 00, E xt. d a y ca b s , IS X 485 HP, 400 HP, 10 spd. Eaton trans., 596,000 daycab, Cummins 475 HP, 18 spd., 12 and 18 s p d , S u p er 40's , 600- 700,000 km s , kms, potential bale hauler, runs excellent, Super 40’s, lockers, $65,500; 2008 379L 20' gra in b o x. Arrivin g S o o n . $25,000. or call only 380,000 kms, 18 spd., 3-way lockers, 2008 K en w o rth T8 00, E xt. Da y Ca b s , IS X 485 HP, 475 Cat still under warranty, call. 2006 403-501-9401, Bassano, AB. Pete 379, 475 Cummins ISX, 18 spd., 18 s p d ., S u p er 40's , 600- 700,000 km s ., 2003 FREIGHTLINER 60 series, 500 HP 12/46’s lockers, 22.5 rubber, 48” bunk, 16' gra vel b o x. Arrivin g S o o n . Detroit, 18 spd., 1 mil. kms, w/1994 Mer- $52,500; 2006 Pete 379, 475 Cummins 2007 W es tern S ta r 49 00, 48" S L PR, C-15 500 HP, ritt tri-axle cattleliner. Both in exc. cond. 13 spd., 12/40’s w/lockers, Cdn. class 18 s p d , S u p er 40's , 460,000 km s , lo ckers . $ 5 4 , 0 0 0 O B O. 7 8 0 - 3 3 6 - 2 1 4 7 e ve s . w/all leather, extra lights, all alum. 22.5 at 780-679-8935, Viking, AB. 2007 Peterb ilt 379 -127, 63" S L PR, IS X 565 HP, 75%, $48,500; 2005 Freightliner daycab 18 s p d ., S u p er 40's , 950,000 km s , lo ckers . 2003 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA daycab. 10 spd. Eaton Fuller auto, 430 Detroit, Arrivin g s o o n . Detroit 430/470 HP, 10 spd. AutoShift, 750,000 kms, $35,000; 2005 379 Pete 2007 Freightlin er FL D 120 Cla s s ic, Da yca b , C-15, 9 6 5 , 0 0 0 k m s , a l l n ew t i r e s . A s k i n g 119, 500 HP Cummins ISX, 13 spd., 12/40’s, 780,000 kms, $39,500; 2004 $38,500. 306-592-2033, Buchanan, SK. 475 HP, 18 s p d ., 46 rea rs , 850,000 km s , lo ckers , Pete 379L, 475 ISX engine, 48” flat top w etkit. Arrivin g s o o n . 2003 WESTERN STAR, 500 HP Detroit, 13 bunk, 18 spd., 12/Super 40’s w/lockers, 2006 K en w o rth T8 00, 62" F T , C-15 475, 18 s p d ., spd., 3.70 rears, 90% rubber, loaded, new 270” WB, $42,500; 2002 Pete 379, 475 40's lo ckers , 980,000 km s . safety, near new engine and bunk heaters, ISX, new 22.5 rubber, Can. Class interirebuilt engine, ECM turbo, clutch, rad, all or/leather, 13 spd., safetied, $32,500; 2005 K en w o rth T8 00, Da y Ca b , IS X 475 HP, service records, asking $31,000. Swan 1999 IH 9200, 475 Cat, just rebuilt, 13 13 s p d ., 40's , 650,000 km s . Lake, MB, 204-836-2198, 204-526-5499. spd., $15,500. T. Edkins Semi Truck and 2004 K en w o rth W 9 00L , 72" S L PR, IS X 450 HP, Trailer Ltd., Terry 204-825-7043, Ken 13 s p d ., 40's , 1,165,000 km s . 2004 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA, 435 204-362-0116, MBE 4000, 12 spd. Meritor auto trans., 40 Winkler, MB. 2-2000 In tern a tio n a l 9 200 Da y Ca b s , rears, approx. 800,000 kms, safetied good, C-10 330 HP, 10 s p d ., 14K fro n ts , 40 rea rs , $23,400. 306-221-9671, Saskatoon, SK. 700,000 to 800,000 km 's .

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1985 FORD LTL 9000, c/w sleeper, 400 Cummins, 13 spd., 40,000 axle, like new rubber, 120,000 kms. on engine, truck is old but mechanically good, actual kms. 769,000, $9,000 OBO. 780-656-0155 or 780-656-2420, Smokey Lake, AB. 1990 MACK R600 5th wheel, 15 spd., 350 mack motor, sleeper, frame long enough for grain box. $10,000 OBO. 780-336-2390, Viking, AB. 1993 KW W-900 tandem day cab, 475 Cat, 13 speed, air ride, vg cond., only $22,500. 306-259-4843, Watrous, SK. 1994 and 1995 KENWORTH T600, fresh safety, 13 spd., mid rise bunks, 475 Cat, $18,500 and $19,000. 306-441-4890, North Battleford, SK.

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2004 MACK CX613, 460 HP, 10 spd. AutoShift, 60” bunk, 24.5 rubber/alum, lock- 1995 GMC TOPKICK with 2000 Harsh 575 ers, Espar heater, 660,000 kms, prairie c o m p l e t e , 9 7 , 7 7 0 k m s . , $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 . 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. truck, $31,000. 306-270-6399, Saskatoon. 2007 STERLING DAYCAB, 450 Mer- 1989 V0LVO TRUCK with Williams 12” cedes, 4-way locks, 10 spd. trans., 368,000 drilling rig. Call Sterling 306-539-4642 or 306-781-8181 leave message, Regina, SK. kms, $44,000. 780-239-5433, St. Albert AB

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1995 GMC TOPKICK, single axle, C&C, 366 on propane, 5&2, $3000. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB. 1997 GMC 8500 single axle C&C, Cat 3126, 6 spd., 110,000 kms, $8500. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB.


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STEEL BUILDING PACKAGE w/blueprints, 97’x100’, 18’ walls, $99,000. Can deliver. 780-926-2600, High Level, AB. 50’X127’ QUONSET, 16’x27’ sliding door package. Phone 306-547-2792 evenings, Hazel Dell, SK. 1997 GMC T7500 with 20’ vanbody, Cat. HERITAGE HOME to be moved, 1 1/2 stodiesel, 6 speed., $6500. 403-680-0752, rey farmhouse, newer upgrades, located in Calgary, AB. Milk River, AB. Call Dennis, 403-642-7272. 1999 STERLING CABOVER single axle w/18’ deck and hoist, Cummins 5.9L, 10 spd., $6500. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB. 2000 WESTERN STAR daycab tandem, PRIVE BUILDING MOVERS Ltd.! Bonded, Cummins, M11, 15 spd., certified, new licensed for SK. and AB. Fully insured. rubber, partial wet kit, 443,000 kms, Moving all types and sizes of buildings. Call Andy 306-625-3827, Ponteix, SK. $15,000. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB. 2002 FREIGHTLINER FL80 3126 cat., 10 spd., tandem, deck, 260,000 km, $16,000. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB 2002 GMC W5500 with 18’ van body and power tail gate. 300,000 km, $10,500. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB. GOVERNMENT GRANTS, LOANS for new 2002 IHC S4300 w/24’ van body, DT466, 6 and existing farms and businesses. s p d . , 2 6 0 , 0 0 0 k m s , $ 1 2 , 5 0 0 . 1-800-226-7016 ext. 10. 403-680-0752, Calgary, AB. CORRAL/FEEDLOT cleaning business, CAN-AM TRUCK EXPORT LTD., Delisle, SK, SK. and AB. Ve r t i c a l t r u c k m o u n t spreaders. Complete dispersal, equipment, 1-800-938-3323. 3- 1997 Wilson 48’ drop decks, alum. combo, air ride, Sask. unit, tools, trailers, bunkhouse, etc. Good cuscurrent safety, $14,000; 2001 Western tomer list. Sask. tax paid. Current safety. Star C15 Cat, 18 spd., 69,000 tridem rears, Severe health problems. Please call 6-way locks, 24” bunk, $68,000; 2001 IHC 403-357-8096. Website 9200, 470 Detroit, 10 spd., Fuller Auto- Email Shift w/new 16’ gravel unit, loaded, truck INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY: 91 Kg of w/pintle hitch, $58,000; 1997 CH Mack, quota, 250 Registered Holstein cows and 427, 18&40’s, Sask. truck, only $14,000; all equipment (land, house and barn in2005 IHC 9200, ISX Cummins 450, 10 cluded). I am 27 yrs. old, and am looking spd. AutoShift, mid-roof sleeper, new for a partner/investor. I have 3/4 of the tires, $28,000; 2003 IHC 9200, ISM Cum- money if not more to buy this operation. mins 400, 13 spd., 46 rears w/3-way Please call 403-872-9900. locks, new 20’ BH&T, $53,000; 1998 IHC 4700, DT466, auto, hyd. brakes, 24’ van TRAILER PARK in fast growing commuand tailgate, $13,000; 1998 KW T300, nity with 10 lots and 9 rental units. Good 3126 Cat, 10 spd., 20’ deck and 145-3 Hiab return on investment. 306-921-8496, Melcrane, $32,000; 1998 IHC 9100, 365 HP fort, SK. Detroit, 10 spd., 40 rears, w/16’ gravel GREAT OPPORTUNITY for coming seaBH&T, $34,000; 1997 Western Star, 3406 son. Due to health issues, must sell my Cat, 13 spd., 69,000 rears, tridem, 6-way good quality jewelry, craft supplies and lock-up, 16,000 fronts, 24” bunk, 786,000 display cases. Great for sales and fairs, exkms, $55,000; 1997 Pete 377, 60 Series, hibitions, rodeos, etc. An early reply ap10 spd., equipped w/3500 gal. fuel tank, preciated. Box 5574, c/o Western Produc$25,000; 2005 Mitsubishi 5000 lb. forklift, er, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C4. only 500 hrs, $10,000; 2002 Genie S-65 zoom boom, diesel, 4 WD, $23,000; 1994 CUSTOM TUB GRINDING business for sale. DP50 Cat forklift, 12,000 lb. capacity, die- 2001 Haybuster 1100E. 306-764-4944 or sel, only 800 hrs, $15,000; Grove AP-308, 306-961-2672, Prince Albert, SK. 8.5 ton carry deck crane, only 2500 hrs., TIM HAMMOND REALTY Demaine Hotel $25,000. Gen sets available. Dolly convert- close to Lake Diefenbaker. Business reveers $1500 each. Financing available OAC. nue lines incl: 36 seat restaurant, takeout for other listings. pizza, 7 hotel rooms, licensed beverage DL 910420. room (96), and VLTs. Loyal cliental and seasonal traffic generate phenomenal returns. Biggar, SK. 306-948-5052. 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 : MANITOBA RAISED QUEENS available Call 403-280-9900. through out 2011 summer, plus approx. WELL ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT for 5 0 0 s t ro n g n u c s with good laying lease October 1st, 2011 located in Sandy queens. Call Andy Loewen 204-326-1500, Lake Hotel. Lease includes self contained 3 204-392-3223 cell, Steinbach, MB. bdrm suite. For more information, phone Judy 204-585-2600 or 204-585-2129. Website: Email: CUSTOM POLLINATION SERVICE established pollinator looking for alfalfa fields to 40’ MOBILE KITCHEN, Gov’t inspected, custom pollinate in Alberta. Also looking has everything you need; deep-fryer, grill, to purchase Leafcutter bees and generator and more. Ready to make you money. 306-692-4457, Moose Jaw, SK. equipment. 403-654-5935, Enchant, AB INCUBATION TRAYS, approx. 645 w/wo TIRED OF BEING A SLAVE for your racks; 1700 3-3/4” used beaver nests; boss? Increase your income in a few hrs/ 4000 steel corners; 1800 wood backs for week. For more info jcdugalo@sasktelnet either 3” or 3-3/4” nests; 225 steel framed FOR SALE BY OWNER, diesel repair shop Kushnirak huts; 20’x30’ bee incubator to be in Vancouver BC area. Building/business. m o v e d . S t e v e 3 0 6 - 7 6 9 - 8 3 1 3 o r Ph. 778-558-6914. 306-768-7510, Arborfield, SK. WHITEWOOD MEAT MARKET: meat processing business, newly renovated building, fast growing business, retail increasing weekly. Turnkey operation, room USED BELTING, 12” to 84” wide for feed- for expansion. Great opportunity for a ers and conveyors, lots of 30” 1-1/8” f a m i l y i n a g r e a t c o m m u n i t y . thick for lowbeds in stock. Ph Dave, Wain- 306-735-4123 days, 306-745-2021 evenwright, AB, 780-842-2491 eves/weekends. ings, Whitewood, SK. NEW SHIPMENT OF used belting, various SMALL TOWN RESTAURANT/hotel in l e n g t h s a n d w i d t h s t o 7 0 ” w i d e . growing oilfield area for sale. Located in 306-933-9877. Saskatoon, SK. southern SK. Financials available to serious inquiries. MLS 388624. Contact Lyle, Re/Max Weyburn Realty, 306-848-1000.

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SPECIALIZING IN MULCHING! LAND WANTED: PINDERS DRUGS sign/advertis- CLEARING! TRAILS! STUMPS! No burni n g . F o r S a s k a n t i q u e c o l l e c t i o n . ing, no dozing, no piles, no ripping, no 403-402-6324, Calgary, AB. hauling. Turn trees and deadfall into mulch... Save selected trees if desired. The 53’ Provincially Inspected Mobile Abattoir Trailer enviro-friendly tree reduction company! (SK) 306-933-2950; (AB) 403-969-9348. 1996 SULLIVAN 185 CFM air compressor, 4 cyl. JD diesel, $ 4900. Other com- BRUSH MULCHING. The fast, effective p r e s s o r s ava i l a b l e . Tr a d e s w a n t e d . way to clear land. Four season service, competitive rates, multiple units available. 1-800-667-4515. Bucket truck services. Borysiuk ContractViewing – April 7, 2011 @ Olds College SULLAIR 150 CFM, air compressor, Ford ing, 306-960-3804, Prince Albert, SK. Bids Close May 20, 2011 ga s e n g i n e w / r e b u i l t h e a d , $ 1 8 0 0 . For more information: SEEDLINER MOBILE SEED CLEANING 306-883-3055, Spiritwood, SK. Phone: 780 674-8247 Inc. 250 bu./hr. capacity, gravity table 160 CFM COMPRESSOR, Sullair, 3 cyl. equipped, clean cereals, pulses and flax. Website: John Deere engine, nice clean unit, re- Call 306-529-9536, Francis, SK. HOUSEBOAT TOUR BOAT BUSINESS p a i n t e d , $ 4 7 5 0 . O t h e r c o m p r e s s o r s 4 T C O N T R A C TO R S I N C . C u s t o m See web: available. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. mulching. Will do any kind of work. Phone 306-353-4603, Riverhurst, SK. 306-329-4485, 306-222-8197, Asquith, SK. EAVESTROUGH MACHINE, tools, ladders, pole scaffolding, inventory and trailJ.W . COM M ERCIAL PAINTING er. Including 2005 GMC 3/4 4x4 ext. cab Sp ec ia lizing in:exterio r o ffertilizer b in s , 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 . Convert any LEGAL LAND DESCRIPTION to GPS co-ordinates and vice versa. Ideal 306-845-2078, 306-845-7420, Livelong SK b a rn s , ho u s es , lightn in g ro d s & s ea m les s for agriculture service companies and for ea ves tro u gh land procurement projects. Free trial with promo code 21065. 825 Hochelaga St. E Moose Jaw, SK S6H 0R2 Phone: 306-541-1135 Email:


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FARM/CORPORATE PROJECTS. Call A.L. Management Group for all your borrowing and lease requirements. 306-790-2020, Regina, SK. 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. Call toll free 1-888-577-2020.

JIM’S TUB GRINDING, H-1100 Haybuster with 400 HP, serving Sask. 306-334-2232, Balcarres. HEY BOSS TUB GRINDING with 2 H1100 haybusters, Call Don 306-445-9994 or Rob 306-481-4704, North Battleford, SK.

1997 JD 310 SE loader backhoe. 8500 hrs., c/w 30’ digging bucket. $26,000 OBO. 306-978-8284, Saskatoon, 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. h e at e d w at e r s h a c k , $ 1 7 , 5 0 0 ; R o d 780-918-1499, Leduc, AB. 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. CAT D7 17A, complete with dozer, $5000 put into engine. Asking $10,000. 780-696-2173, Breton, AB. CAT D7R’s, XR’s; 2001 Cat 160H VHP motor grader, c/w wing plow; 2005 JD 230 CLC excavator c/w hyd. thumb; 2001 JD 44 HTC wheel loader. Call 780-361-7322, Edmonton, AB.

TAYLOR’S TUB GRINDING, running an HYDRAULIC SCRAPERS: LEVER 60, 70, H1100 E haybuster. Simpson, SK. Call 80, and 435, 4 - 20 yd. available, rebuilt Dean 306-836-4622 or 306-946-8530 cell. for years of trouble-free service. Lever Enterprises, 306-682-3332, Muenster, SK. COMPLETE/PARTING OUT: 1980 INT. REGULATION DUGOUTS: 120x60x14’ 1954-S, DT 466, good 14’ Neils gravel box $1800; 160x60x14’ $2600; 180x60x14’ with new hoist, 150,000 kms on new drop$3000; 200x60x14’ $3400; 150x50x15 in motor. 306-945-2270, Waldheim, SK. $1800; 200x50x15’ $2600; 250x50x15’ WANTED: OLDER SMALLER gravel crush$3500. Saskatoon, SK, 306-653-3473, er to do smaller jobs. Call 306-675-4884, 306-222-8054. Kelliher, SK.

DRESSER TD20E, c/w cab, front sweeps, angle blade, w/double hyd. tilt, double barrel vibrashank, c/w 2 shanks, 80% UC, exc. cond. 403-558-2191, Longview, AB. 4 SKID STEERS FOR SALE: 3- 2005 Bobcat S150; 2007 Bobcat S250, full cab and heat. Conquest Equip 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. CRUSHING SPREAD, PIONEER 9C plant, Cat power, hyd. feed and grizzly 10x36 jaw, 4x8 double deck screen, 28” cone w/feed conveyor on separate trailer, 3 transfer conveyors, 125 KVA Cat generator, switch gear, ready to work, $60,000. 306-232-5040, Rosthern, SK.

CAT D6B, S/N #44A1134, c/w Barber hyd. angle dozer, good shape, $15,000 OBO. 204-669-9626, Winnipeg, MB. D65 KOMATSU open ROPS and ripper. Can deliver. Phone 780-307-5948, Morinville, AB. SKYJACK 6826, big tires, like new, $6200. Phone: 204-546-2417, Grandview, MB. 350 JOHN DEERE crawler loader. Phone 306-547-2792 evenings, Hazel Dell, SK. 2- 621B MOTOR SCRAPERS, recent work orders, $60,000 each. 306-534-2095, Spy Hill, SK.

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.


FREE CATALOGUE HALFORD’S butcher 3 06 -4 71-7820 supplies and equipment, leather, animal control products, tanning, buyers of raw cattle hides. Call 1-800-353-7864. WebTHE ULTIMATE IN BUSH CLEARING site www.halfordsmailorder. com AND BURNING. Save big dollars, Cat and BANDSAW BLADES: wood, metal, meat, trackhoe combination or individual, c/w custom made. Steelmet Supply, Saska- hugh tree incinerator. Burns old brush piles, new clearing, very clean, just disc toon. 1-800-667-3046. and seed. Call Les 306-961-4877 or 306-763-3533, Prince Albert, SK.


EXCELLENT SELECTION Used skidsteers, track loaders, fork lifts, zoom booms, mini excavators. Visit for details, specs and prices. Glenmor, phone 306-764-2325, Prince Albert, SK.

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NEUFELD ENT. CORRAL CLEANING, payloader, Bobcat w/rubber tracks, vertical beater spreaders. Custom fencing. 306-220-5013, 306-232-4838, Hague, SK. EXPLOSIVES CONTRACTOR - Beaver dams, rocks, stumps. Reasonable rates. Northwest Demolition, Radisson, SK, 306-827-2269, 306-827-7835.

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MOBILE BOLT AND TOOL farm supply business, truck with van body and all stock inQUALITY HARDWOOD lumber, quarter cluded, $65,000. cut Oak, Elm, Black Walnut, Hickory, Edge Phone: Jim Olkanych 306-383-2825, Quill Grain Fir. Limited quantity, priced to clear. Lake, SK. 511-3rd St. Davidson, SK. 403-318-7589 (AB cell.) CEDAR AND PINE LOG SIDING, 6” and 8” wide. Log home and cabin packages. PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS Wood flooring. 1-800-960-3388, Rouck for sale. Would make great start-up or to Bros., Lumby, BC compliment an existing oilfield service or small oil/gas producer. ROUGH LUMBER: 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 1” company boards, windbreak slabs, bull rails, 4x4, 403-952-1711 email: 6x6, 8x8, 10x10, all in stock. Custom sizes CORRAL AND FEEDLOT cleaning busion order. Log siding, cove siding, lap sid- ness for sale in south central SK, well esing, shiplap, 1” and 2” tongue and groove. tablished. Complete line of well mainV&R Sawing, 306-232-5488, Rosthern, SK. tained eqpt., extensive clientelle list. PINE AND POPLAR: 1” and 2” V-joint, ship- Serious inquiries only. Ph. 306-484-4444. lap, log siding, etc. Phone: 306-862-5088, SLEIGH RIDE BUSINESS FOR SALE in Nipawin, SK. Whistler, BC. 10 horses and all equipment. Work winters and take summers off. Serious inquiries only. Call 604-932-8774. TRUSS PLANT for sale in Yorkton, SK. CONTINUOUS METAL ROOFING, no ex- Great opportunity, demand for trusses in a posed screws to leak or metal overlaps. building boom area. Owner retired. For full Ideal for lower slope roofs, rinks, church- details call 306-783-7929. es, pig barns, commercial, arch rib building and residential roofing. For info. call RV PARK, fully leased in central Albertra, near popular lake. Doug 780-915-6101. 306-435-8008, Wapella, SK

1976 CASE W14 wheel loader, 2 buckets, 1 c/w grapple, very good starter, $15,000 OBO. 306-795-7277, Kelliher, SK.

TRACK CHAINS for Case 1150D, 1150E, 1155E crawlers; D8H Cat parts. Call 306-675-4884, Kelliher, 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.

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WANTED: Rural Municipality of Grant no. 372, Box 190 Vonda SK. Fax 306-258-2011 Email CAT D6R Series crawler or equivalent, SU blade, tilt, bush equipped, lights, approx. 5000 hrs. For further info. please call 306-258-2073 or 306-227-9520.

122 HITACHI EXCAVATOR, great farm hoe, $23,000. 780-307-5948, Rochester, AB.

WANTED: CUSTOM SEEDER for spring 2011. Phone 306-272-7038, Foam Lake, ARE YOU LOOKING for investments that SK. pay 10%? Call 306-978-0384, Quadrexx T R OY S A N D E R S O N H A R V E S T I N G Asset Mgmt., Saskatoon, SK. booking seeding acres for 2011 season. E-mail: or phone Troy at 306-831-9776 or fax 306-882-2300, Rosetown, SK.

JIMLEE AG SERVICES Claas 900 and 869, RU600 corn head, 18’ conditioners, 60’ swaths, merging, trucks, 12’ and 14’ bagger. Call Doug 306-698-7478, or Jim 306-697-7197, Grenfell, SK.

ROAD GRADERS CONVERTED to pull behind large 4 WD tractors, 14’ and 16’ blade widths available. Call C.W. Enterprises, 306-682-3367, 306-231-8358, Humboldt, SK,

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2002 CASE 621D WHEEL LOADER, c/w bucket, AC, radio, approx. 3500 hrs., exc. condition, $65,900 OBO. 306-752-2320, 306-921-8070, Melfort, SK. CASE W24B PAYLOADER, 135 HP, 2.5 yd. bucket, cab w/heat, runs excellent, $21,500 OBO. 306-338-2674, Kuroki, SK. LINK BELT LS 98 crawler crane, 50’ boom Cat power, long UC, c/w all rigging including 3 yard Sauerman bucket for dredging g r ave l , r e a dy t o g o , $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 O B O. 2000 JOHN DEERE 772CH GRADER, 6 wheel drive, ripper, new front tires, tranny 204-669-9626, Winnipeg, MB. replaced 200 hrs ago, 11,000 hrs, offers. SCREEN PLANT. 3X6 WRT hanging double 403-664-0420, Oyen, AB. deck with 8 yd. feed hopper and conveyor. Grizzly (not mounted), elec. or PTO drive, 2008 KOMATSU PC220-8, 36” dig buckincludes motor and switch gear, $18,000. et, 60” cleanup, engine and hyd. heaters, excellent. 306-961-1170, Domremy, SK. 306-232-5040, Rosthern, SK. PULL ROAD GRADER converted by C.W. CAT 80 hydraulic scraper, new cutting Enterprises slightly used. Also K-TEC edges, excellent condition, $18,900. John scrapers available. Call 204-746-4131, 403-345-3156, Coaldale, AB. Rosenort, MB. KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC400-LC-5, 1994, 4 yd. bucket; 224 Cat excavator; Euclid CAT D7G 92V6479, 200 hrs. on machine R35 water truck; Versatile 800 Series II since complete rebuild, new engine, tractor; 1 Cat 235 quick coupler for bucktorque trans, cross shaft, steering clutch- ets; Ext. 72” cleanout bucket, 3.75 yd.; Ext. es, final drives, new UC, new 24” pads, Cat Ser. 48” digging bucket, 4 tooth, rims and MS ripper, double tilt on angle blade, new tires for Vers. 800 series II, 18.4x38 in condition. 306-764-3877, 306-960-4651 good cond. 306-634-9911, Estevan SK. cell, Prince Albert, SK. JD 544B PAYLOADER, approx. 9500 hrs., CAT D6M, LGP, 6-way blade, new 3 prong 2.5 yd. bucket, grapple, cab, heat, exc. ripper, paint and undercarriage, 7000 hrs., cond., $25,000. 306-969-2110, Minton, SK like new. 306-275-2007, St. Brieux, SK. MIDLAND BELLY DUMP, tandem axle, BARGER PARTS INC. is celebrating 30 closed underload, c/w rollup tarp; also years in business. Enjoy our celebration PETERBILT WINCH TRACTOR, 400 Cumsavings for all your crushing equipment mins, 6+4, exc. cond. 403-558-2191, parts needs. Parts available for all makes Longview, AB. of cones, jaws, rolls, screen decks, washing equipment, conveyor parts, HUGE INVENTORY New and Used Bobcat incl. idlers, rollers and reducers for all skidsteers, Kubota tractors and Doosan makes and models. Call Pete Gerrard at equipment. Call Bobcat of Saskatoon for details 306-931-7880 or visit our website 1-866-434-6700. 1977 BOMAG K300 packer/dozer, cab, heater, good condition, $22,000 OBO; New TD25B CRAWLER with C series engine, Cat 330, thumb hyd., offers; Used rollers hyd. blade, bush equipped, std. trans, runand pads from D6. Ph 306-342-4765, fax ning or parts; also parts TD25, powershift w/good UC 70%; many extra parts. 306-342-4794, North Battleford, SK area. 306-338-3271, Wadena, SK.

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 UNIVERSAL PRIMARY JAW crusher, size 20x36 jaw w/vibratory feeder, 6-71 Detroit power, lots of new parts, exc. cond., $110,000 OBO; Pioneer Jaw roll plant, offers; 1989 D5H LGP, 6-way blade, 9000 hrs., cab and bush equipped, w/new Cat chains and sprockets, exc., $45,000 OBO; Also other equipment and trucks avail. May consider partial trades. 204-768-3579 days, 204-768-2892 eves, Ashern, MB. 1999 JLG 60’ boom lift, industrial 4 cyl. Ford eng., gas and propane, $28,000 OBO. Call Grant 306-221-1007, Saskatoon, SK. 1985 WHITE T/A GRAVEL TRUCK, 14’ box, 1692 Detroit, 13 spd. trans., great shape, certified, $15,000. 306-338-2674, Kuroki, SK. NEW LOADER/SKID STEER TIRES 20.5x25 20 ply $1496; 10x16.5 10 ply $129; 12x16.5 12 ply $179; 20.8x42 12 ply $1492; 20.8x38 12 ply $845. Factory-direct, no middlemen. Combine, tractor, implement tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 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. D7G ANGLE DOZER TILTS, std., winch, new UC - 0 hrs., 26” pads, drawbar, new batteries. 306-238-4411, Goodsoil, SK. 27 RAKES FOR CRAWLERS, loaders, and excavators, from 4 to 16’ wide; 25 Wrist-O-Twist buckets for excavators; Large stock of backhoe and loader buckets. Phone 204-667-2867, fax 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB.

1998 D8R SERIES 1, vg condition, one owner since 2002, 11,245 hrs, c/w almost new S-U blade, 4 barrel ripper w/double shank, engine had bottom end done at 10,400 hrs, all new rollers. Pins turned at 9500 hrs, rails 90% worn. Service records and all oil samples just taken. Ready to go. $170,000 OBO. Owned by Geransky Bros. Const. 306-221-9266, Saskatoon, SK. 1985 CATERPILLAR 627B Motorscraper. Well maintained, AC. 1700 hrs. on rebuilt rear eng., 3800 hrs. on rebuilt front eng.; 3300 hrs. on rebuilt cushion hitch, front tires- 75%, rear tires- 40%, 2 spares included, oil samples taken regularly and are available upon request, $85,000 OBO. For further inquiries or viewings contact Randy Diehl at the RM of Mervin No. 499, Phone 306-845-7218, Turtleford, SK. FIAT ALLIS HD16B CRAWLER, top condition, hydraulic tilt, c/w 1st set of rails. Phone 204-667-2867, fax 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, 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. LINK BELT LS98 DRAGLINE with Fairlead and choice of buckets and drop pile hammer; Several clam and drag buckets. Phone 204-667-2867, fax 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB. CATERPILLAR D4 CRAWLER, 7U Series, direct start hyd. angle dozer, vg condition, $12,000. 204-748-1567, Virden, MB. 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. 2008 JD CT322, only 290 hrs., very good, $42,900. Cam Don Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. ADAMS ROAD GRADER, no motor, 14’ mow board, will sell parts; Hyd. pump, control valve and shop manual for HD 4 AC crawler. 306-627-3445, Blumenoff, SK. KORPAN TRACTOR PARTS Most makes, most models. 1-800-667-7777, Saskatoon, 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%, $19,500 OBO. Can deliver. 204-743-2324, email Cypress River, MB. 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.

2007 CAT D5NLGP, c/w Carco 50BPS winch, 2640 hrs, 90% original UC remaining, gas shutdown corked, like new, $115,000. Calgary, AB. 403-850-7667. JOHN DEERE 690B excavator, 36” toothed b u c ke t , r e a dy t o wo r k , $ 1 9 , 5 0 0 . 306-232-5040, Rosthern, SK. SCRAPERS FOR SALE, Cat, LaPlante, Allis, LeTourneau, converted to hyd., will also do 1987 JD 310C backhoe, MFWD, extend-a- custom conversions. Looking for cable hoe, new motor, most pins and bushings scrapers. Call Toll free 1-866-602-4093. just done, good condition, runs good. 2006 LT185B tracked skid steer, cab, 2 $18,000 OBO. 306-492-2217, Bradwell, SK. spd., 80” dirt bucket, 1960 hrs., 78 HP dieNEW HEAVY DUTY V-DITCHERS now sel, 3000 lb. lift capacity, $26,500. available. Quick Drain Sales, 306-682-3332 306-338-2674, Kuroki, SK. or cell 306-231-7318, Muenster, SK. HYDRAULIC PULL SCRAPERS, 6 to 40 JCB 407B LOADER 2 spd. hydrostatic yards: Caterpillar, Allis Chalmers/ LaPlant, drive, 1 yd., quick attach bucket, 3rd valve, LeTourneau, etc., pull type and direct 68 HP Perkins diesel, 2570 engine hrs., mount available. Cat #12 pull grader. $31,500. 306-563-4465, Canora, SK. 204-822-3797, Morden, MB.

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. REBUILT D8-H 46-A transmission, ready to install, could supply work orders, $5900. Cypress River, MB. Ph. 204-743-2324.

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.

FARM AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL motor sales, service and parts. Also sale of, and repairs to, all makes and sizes of pumps, generators, phase converters, etc. Tisdale Motor Rewinding 1984 Ltd., 306873-2881, fax 306-873-4788, 1005A - 111 Ave., Tisdale, SK,

POLE BARNS, WOODSTEEL packages, hog, chicken, and dairy barns, grain bins and hoppers. Construction and concrete crews available. Mel or Scott, MR Steel Construction, 306-978-0315, Hague, SK.

USED VACUUM PUMP, 1 yr. old, 10 HP, 3 phase motor; Also other barn and dairy equipment available. 306-743-5096, DYNA PHASE, PHASE CONVERTERS: 306-743-7088, Langenburg, SK. Model CR3-4, 22 HP, 480V, 34 amps; ModKOMATSCU D85EX, 4100 hrs., like new el CB3VR-4, 30 HP, 480V, 40 amps. Call for condition, UC- 90% checked by Komatsu pricing. 403-308-9252, Coalhurst, AB. Dealer, fully loaded, angle dozer w/double tilts, multi shank ripper, always shedded. WANTED: 480V, 3 phase breaker panel priced to sell. Must see! 306-463-7332, DIESEL ENGINES, OVERHAUL kits and box, 100 amp. 306-338-3271, Wadena, SK. parts. For most makes. M&M Equipment Kindersley, SK. Ltd., Regina, SK, Parts and Service, 306-543-8377, fax 306-543-2111.

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. 2005 BOBCAT S250 1030 hrs., SJC controls, new tires, $26,800; 2008 BOBCAT T190 900 hrs., SJC controls, $34,000; 2006 CAT 236B 476 hrs., $27,200; 2006 CAT 246B 1165 hrs., 2 spd., new tires, $27,500; 2005 CAT 287B 1350 hrs., $31,000; 2001 JD 624H 3.5 yd. bucket, 3rd valve aux. hyd., Q/C bkt., $55,000. Phone 204-256-2098, Winnipeg, MB. WRECKING: D8 13A Cat, rails about 90%, pads poor; Also D2 stationary motor for sale. 780-755-2185, Edgerton, AB. D65 KOMATSU, good used 88 pads, 36” wide, fit on rails, 2.5” grip. $2600. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. 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. LOADERS, BACKHOES, CRAWLERS, manlifts, skidsteers, Zoom boom, heavy trailers. 306-563-8765, Canora, SK CASE 1150C CRAWLER loader, with shank ripper, ROP’s, mechanically good, $10,500 O B O . M e l fo r t , S K . , 3 0 6 - 7 5 2 - 2 3 2 0 , 306-921-8070. CAT 966C WHEEL LOADER, 4.25 yd., tires 90%, good condition, $25,000. McCoy Renn 14’ gravel pony pup, tarp, vg, $7500. 204-859-2632, Rossburn, MB. 1984 VOLVO T/A gravel truck, 14’ box, pintle hitch, 6V92 Detroit, 13 spd. trans., runs great, certified, $15,000; 1993 KOMATSU WA-180 payloader, joystick, clam bucket, good 17.5x25 radial tires, $31,500 OBO. 306-338-2674, Kuroki, SK. 1978 JD 544B wheel loader, asking $22,500. Call Ernie 204-325-2550 or 204-829-3486, Plum Coulee, MB. CAT D5H LGP 6-way dozer, cab, bush ready. Can deliver. Phone 780-307-5948, Westlock, AB. LAS VEGAS! LOADERS, Cat IT-12, bucket, forks, $25,000; Cat 950, $25,000; BACKHOE JD 310 SG, $45,000; SKIDS T E E R S , 2 0 0 6 J D 3 2 5 , c a b , h e at , $25,000; Gehl 2006, 4840, cab, heat, $19,500; MANLIFT Genie 45/25 J 50’, $22,900. 306-563-4160 or 306-563-8765, Canora, SK. COMPLETE GRAVEL CRUSHING Plant incl. 10x36 jaw w/screen deck, 24” cone, double deck screener, hyd. feed hopper, gen. and conveyors. This equipment has only 15,000 tonnes put thru since rebuild. $185,000. Ph. 250-431-8162, Creston, BC. NEW, USED AND SURPLUS wire ropes and rigging, all types, sizes, suitable for winches, fencing, etc. 403-237-8575, Calgary, AB. 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.

ENGINE OVERHAUL KITS! Complete kits available for John Deere, Fiat Allis, Case, Allis Chalmers, Komatsu, Cat and Perkins Engines. Construction and Ag. Very competitive pricing. B a rg e r P a r t s I n c . 1-866-434-6700, Edmonton, AB. 3406B, N14, SERIES 60, running engines and parts. Call Yellowhead Traders, 306-896-2882, Churchbridge, SK. REMANUFACTURED DIESEL ENGINES: GM 6.5L, $4750 installed; Ford/IH 7.3L, $4950 installed; New 6.5L engines, $6500; 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. 290 CUMMINS; 350 Detroit; 671 Detroit; Series 60 cores. Call: 306-539-4642, Regina, SK 427 MACK, GOOD runner, 18 spd. Mack transmission, Mack 46000 diffs, best offer. Russ at 780-608-0076, Camrose, AB. 5.9 CUMMINS, medium duty and 7.3 IH/Ford engines, plus parts. Phoenix Auto, Lucky Lake, SK. 1-877-585-2300.

COMPLETELY REBUILT IHC 304 CID engine available at Gene’s Machine Shop. 306-773-2028, Swift Current, SK.

SILVER STREAM SHELTERS: 30x72 single steel frame cover kit, $4492; 38x100 AFAB INDUSTRIES POST frame buildings. truss, $10,900. Replacement tarps for any For the customer that prefers quality. brand, patch kits, rope webbing and ratch- 1-888-816-AFAB (2322), Rocanville, SK. ets. Call 1-877-547-4738.


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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 BRING YOUR FUTURE into focus by participating in program information sessions at Lakeland College. RSVP today for one or more of these sessions. LLOYDMINSTER CAMPUS SESSIONS: March 31 – Business, and University Transfer. VERMILION CAMPUS SESSIONS: March 25 - Office Administration; April 1 – Western Ranch and Cow Horse; April 4 – Child and Youth Care, Early Learning and Child Care, and Educational Assistant. Details at To RSVP: 1-800-661-6490.

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. 1995 JD 310 extend-a-hoe backhoe, good shape , 4850 hrs., $29,000. 306-297-2986, Shaunavon, 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 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. NOW DISMANTLING, for parts D-6-H Cat Hy Track S/N 4RC01430; D7E-E Cat S/N 1498; D7-F Cat S/N 92E1836; D65-E6 Komatsu S/N 32378; FD-20-BAC Fiat Allis S/N 009686; D8-46A Cat S/N 3807. Lots of good parts left. Call for more info 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. SCREENER. TYLER 4X10 double deck on stand. Motor and switch gear, $9500. 306-232-5040, Rosthern, 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. ROME PLOW AND KELLO DISC blades and bearings, 24” to 42” notched disc blades. 1-888-500-2646, Red Deer, AB





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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. CUSTOM GRAIN BIN MOVING, SK, AB, HUTCHINSON Grain Pumps and MB, all types of bins up to 10,000 bushel, accurate estimates. Sheldonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s LAMBTON Bucket Elevators Hauling, 306-922-6079, 306-961-9699, Prince Albert, SK. LAMBTON Drag Conveyors BINS FOR SALE: 7- 2250 twister hoppers; (Seed Compatible Conveyors) 6- 100 ton Wesco fert. bins w/fan and nat. gas heaters; 3- 3200 Westeel hoppers air Rail Load-Out Systems and fan; 6- Grain Max 4000 w/air and fan. All hoppers have skids. Ph. 306-554-7767, Pulse Crop Equipment Wynyard, SK. WESTEEL Grain Bins BEHLEN BIN/ HOPPER COMBOS: 3500 bu., 10 leg hopper and skid, unstiffened SUKUP Aeration & Bins grain bin, roof and side ladder. Manhole in hopper. Constructed. Leasing available. While supplies last. Peterson Construction, 306-789-2444, Regina, SK. SUPERIOR BINS are here and Middle Lake Steel is your dealer. Hopper mounts and steel floor models, 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 8000 bu. hopGRAIN SYSTEMS INC. per w/triple skids, $17,000; 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 5000 bu. bin w/double skids, $10,800. Phone 306-367-4306 Middle Lake, SK. Website: WESTEEL, GOEBEL, grain and fertilizer LIMITED QUANTITY of flat floor Goebel bins. Grain Bin Direct, 306-373-4919. grain bins, at special prices. Grain Bin Di- POLY HOPPER BINS, 100 bu., $900; 150 rect, 306-373-4919, Saskatoon, SK. bu. $1250. Call for nearest dealer. Buffer U S E D W E S T E E L 3 3 5 0 g r a i n b i n s , Valley Ind., 306-258-4422, Vonda, SK. w/wood floors, $1.00 to $1.25/bu., mover available. 306-259-4923, 306-946-7923, Young, SK.


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STEEL FLOORS - Winter specials, save with in-stock. The price of steel is rising. Book now and save on 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; and 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; steel floors. Other sizes available. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss out. Call Darmani - 1-866-665-6677. STOR-KING LIQUID/DRY fertilizer 20,000 gallon bin, 3- Twister 2300 bu. hopper bins, 6- Westeel 220 bu. hopper bins, 4Westeel 200 bu. bins. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auction, Saturday, April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. Visit for sale bill and photos. Mack Auction Co. 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. PL 311962.

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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. 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.

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 41â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Raven, harrows, carbon knives, $9000. Phone 403-472-1944, Beiseker, AB.


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306-934-1414 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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BEFORE YOU BUY FERTILIZER BINS CHECK OUT OUR PRICES! You wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be disappointed. Call us now for special winter pricing on Meridian and Westeel. For all your storage needs, Flaman Sales, 306-934-2121, Saskatoon, SK. 3 HOPPER BOTTOMS, 1800 bu.; 3 flat bottoms, 2200 bu.; 1 hopper bottom, 2700 bu. Located south of Meath Park, SK. 306-922-0338.

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 KEHO/ GRAIN GUARD Aeration Sales and Service. R.J. Electric, Avonlea, SK. Call 306-868-2199. KEHO, STILL THE FINEST. Clews Storage Management/ K. Ltd., 1-800-665-5346.

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. SAVE TIME AND MONEY! BATCO 45â&#x20AC;&#x2122; conveyors, mover kit, 27 HP Kohler motor. Faster than a 10â&#x20AC;? auger and lasts 3 times longer! $20,700, leasing available. Call your nearest Flaman store today or call 1-888-435-2626. GREAT DEAL! We have a used Batco 1590 swing away conveyor, in great shape! Comes with PTO drive and the swing away can go left or right. Only $15,900. Call Mike at Flaman Sales in Saskatoon, 934-2121 BATCO CONVEYORS, new/used, grain augers, Rem grain vacs, SP kits. Del. and leasing available. 1-866-746-2666.



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1804 TERRAGATOR FLOATER, 1992, 6500 hrs., 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; boom, 6 ton hopper, dual application, air spread system, Cummins engine, auto. trans, good working order, $35,000 OBO. Moose Jaw, SK. 306-681-8197 or 306-631-9348. 45â&#x20AC;&#x2122; NH3 APPLICATOR, 1000 gal. tank, needs certification, $2000 OBO. 780-961-2429, Legal, AB. 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. FOUR TON FERTILIZER spreader, excellent shape, new gear box and spreader. Phone 306-488-4205, Dilke, SK. MICROTRAC MT-NH3-II, NH 3500 auto rate control, Astro GPS speed sensor, unit done 2500 acres, $2995. 306-826-5578, Marsden, SK.








$2500 Gift CertiďŹ cate toward purchase of Sukup grain bin or grain handling equipment $2500 Value certiďŹ cate for use toward the purchase of a Sukup Grain Bin or piece of Sukup Handling Equipment purchased form CallBERT Sales Inc. This certiďŹ cate can be used as cash when paying for your purchase. Simply CallBERT for a quotation, Make your best deal and When you are paying use the certiďŹ cate as cash. Identify the certiďŹ cate AFTER you have made your best cash deal. For complete details CallBERT 306-664-2378.

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PATTISON 1650 LIQUID cart, John Blue twin piston pump, 5.5 HP, 2â&#x20AC;? fill pump, $12,000. 306-576-2283, Wishart, SK. FOR ALL YOUR




SEE THIS SELECTION at www.fertilizer 2006 Case IH 4510, 365 HP, 70â&#x20AC;&#x2122; booms, 1300 hrs., $155,000; 2006 4010 Case, 70â&#x20AC;&#x2122; booms, $122,000; Special: 2002 8144, 4x4, 70â&#x20AC;&#x2122; booms, 2450 hrs, $102,000; 2001 Case 3 wheeler, w/70â&#x20AC;&#x2122; flex air bed, $69,000; 2002 Lor-Al, 400 HP auto, 2900 hrs, w/2000 twin bin, $107,000; 2000 Lor-Al, 300 HP auto, w/AirMax 2000 twin bin, 4000 hrs, $88,000; 1999 8104 AgChem w/airflow spreader bed, 70â&#x20AC;&#x2122; booms, $68,000; Special: 1999 Lor-Al 4x4 w/AirMax 5 bed, $71,000; 1995 AgChem 1844, 4 wheel AirMax 5 bed, $38,500; 1 9 9 4 L o r - A l s p r ay e r, 5 5 8 5 b o o m s , $34,000; Double 1550 NH3, twin pack, on skids, $15,500. 406-466- 5356, Choteau, Montana. For larger selection and photos go to 1985 LORAL FLOATER, 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; booms, small seed box, tires good, GPS and light bar $16,500. 306-220-8588, Edenwold, SK. ALUMINUM B TRAIN tanker trailer suitable for liquid fert. or water hauling, $22,000. Will split. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK. IHC/ AG CHEM 1554 truck type dry fertilizer spreader, DT 466, 10 spd., best offer. Call 204-766-2643, Manitoba. 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. FERTIZLIER SPREADERS: 5T, $3000; 6T, $3500; 9T, $7500. 1-866-938-8537. TWIN 1000 GAL. NH3 tanks and wagon, M5 just done, vg cond., asking $11,900. 780-785-2588, 780-785-2214 Sangudo, AB

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NEW 28 HP Caterpillar liquid cooled. Great for auger, water pump or genset. 30% off. Rob 306-222-6035, Saskatoon SK 10â&#x20AC;?X41â&#x20AC;&#x2122; WESTFIELD AUGER, w/34 HP motor, mover and electric clutch, like new. Phone 204-729-6803, Deloraine, MB.

SPEED UP UNLOADING! WHEATHEART 10â&#x20AC;?x41â&#x20AC;&#x2122; augers, mover kit, electric clutch, 35 HP Vanguard motor, $11,900. Visit your nearest Flaman Store today or call us at 1-888-435-2626. 1 800 667 8800 WESTFIELD TF100-41, 540 PTO, hardly used, $3500; Westfield J-208-36, 39â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 540 TWIN 1000 GALLON NH3 wagon, good PTO, $2500. 306-342-4995, Medstead, SK condition, $12,500 OBO. 306-221-6361, AU G E R S : N E W / U S E D . Wheatheart, Waldheim, SK. Westfield, Sakundiak augers, Auger SP TWIN 1000 GAL. NH3 tanks mounted on kits, Batco conveyors, Rem grain vacs, trailer, floatation tires, off-set axles, new Wheatheart post pounders. New/used, paint, current M5 and safety, $12,900. good prices, leasing available. Call 1-866-746-2666. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. AGRICON TRACKS TO fit 1910 air cart NEW SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS. New complete with drive. Asking $11,000. innovative Hawes Agro auger movers, electric clutches, bin sweeps. New rever780-835-4559, Fairview, AB. sible gearbox. All makes of engines. Call TWO NH3 1000 gal. ammonia tanks, 265 Hawes Industires for great cash prices, ask PSI, w/piston pump, setup as TBT, fresh for Bob, your #1 auger dealer in Canada. Toll Free- 1-888-755-5575, Regina, Saskasafety. 403-381-7168, Coalhurst, AB. toon, Semans. LIQUID FERTILIZER CART for planter or drill, 2400 gal. fibreglass tank, 20.8 stradWESTERNC ANADAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S dle duals, John Blue pump. Can be used as BESTB UILT TBH or TBT. $24,000. Waskada, MB. Call Justin 204-522-6225. 2002 PATTISON CB 2150 liquid fertilizer 5 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM caddy, 3â&#x20AC;? fill, double piston pump, premiINCLUDING OUR um, $20,000. 306-728-4899 or 306-728-7077, Melville, SK. (video on our website) FLOATER TIRES 48x31x20, 12 ply on 10-hole stud rims, 1 new, 4 like new. Can deliver. 403-627-5429, Pincher Creek, AB.

KILLBROS 600 BU. gravity wagon with roll tarp, double compartment, good cond., $8900. 403-378-4957, Rosemary, AB. 750 BU. BOURGAULT Smartcart, PTO and hyd. 800/65R32 tires, tarp. 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. AUCTION: UFT 660 Hydra c/w hopper ext e n s i o n . C a l l H o d g i n s Au c t i o n e e r s 1-800-667-2075! PL 915407.


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$14,48 4.00   BEFORE YOU BUY AN AUGER, CHECK                                                       US OUT! We have a large selection of F u lly Assem b led F ield Read y   LIQUID FERTILIZER KIT for 57â&#x20AC;&#x2122; - 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; air quality, used grain augers with mover kits.   â&#x20AC;˘                                                         drill; Also 1450 gal. liquid caddy, John Great prices! Ready to go! Call us today, â&#x20AC;˘ D elivered to you rF arm Yard . Blue pump. 306-323-4283, Archerwill, SK. Flaman Sales, Saskatoon, SK, â&#x20AC;˘ Ask ab ou tAu gerop tion s 306-934-2121. & d iscou n ts availab le.                                               SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS available with self-propelled mover kits and bin Ph on e : 1.8 00.6 6 7.8 8 00 sweeps. Contact Kevinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Custom Ag in Nipawin toll free 1-888-304-2837. GRAIN AUGER ENGINES: Honda 5 HP to 24 HP, Kohler 20 HP to 40 HP. Over 50 engines in stock along with accessories that REPLACEMENT may be needed. Last Mountain Co-op FLIGHTING FOR 306-746-2012, Raymore, SK. augers, seed cleaning plants, grain cleaners, combine bubble-up augers. ONE OF A kind 1999 4x4 Loral with Airmax Rosetown Flighting Supply 5 bed, $71,000. 406-466-5356, Choteau, 1-866-882-2243, Rosetown, SK M o n t a n a . F o r m o r e p i c t u r e s s e e at

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SAKUNDIAK 70â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x10â&#x20AC;? swing auger, $7500. Phone 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. Pics available at 1992 SAKUNDIAK 8â&#x20AC;?x45â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Wheatheart mover and drag, 23 HP, new flighting, $5500 OBO. 403-443-2024 Three Hills, AB. STUCK? We have the solution. Ag tracks for combines, seeders, grain carts, tractors USED AKRON 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; bag extractor, good condiup to 600 HP, easily swapped between tion. Phone 306-398-4714, Cut Knife, SK. combines, grain cart, seeder, fert. caddy, WANTED: 37â&#x20AC;&#x2122; or 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Sakundiak 7â&#x20AC;? or 8â&#x20AC;? etc. for multi season use. Biggest footprint auger w/wo motor. Call 306-270-7114 in the industry. All Canadian made. Best cell, Saskatoon, SK. value by far. 306-731-7129, Govan, SK. AUGERS, AUGERS, AUGERS. Must clear AGSHIELD 1000 GAL. TBT fertilizer caddy, out inventory. Save $250 to $1000 on varipiston and transfer pump, $4900. Birch ous sizes. 8â&#x20AC;? and 10â&#x20AC;? Westfield TF augers, River, MB. 204-236-4677, 204-734-8893. w/movers, loaded, ready. MK swingaway augers 10â&#x20AC;? and 13â&#x20AC;?, up to 111â&#x20AC;&#x2122; long. Also flex augers in stock. Call Last Mountain Co-op, 306-746-2012, Raymore SK. 2010 1080 BUHLER SWING auger, used one season, $9900 OBO. 306-834-8100, Major, SK.


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CUSTOM COLOR SORTING. Ergot removal. Pulses, oilseed, cereals. SPERLES SEED LTD., 306-228-3160, Unity, SK. BLANKET TYPE wild oats seed cleaner, Cancade, new blanket supplied. Phone 306-283-4745, Saskatoon, SK. 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. 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 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. 2000 MARK IV gravity w/air suction cover, Behlen 8-way 6â&#x20AC;? distributor, 3 roll large capacity Damas indent w/numerous extra rolls, 8-way 8â&#x20AC;? Sullivan strong distributor, 10,000 bu./hr. overhead scale, 2- 8000 bu./hr. legs. 306-398-4714, Cut Knife, SK. KIPP KELLY 400 gravity w/Arrow Corp. forage deck, $8000; Kipp Kelly 200 gravity w/wire deck, $2500; Clipper 29D, $2750; 4 spiral separators, $500 ea.; 2- #3 Carter single roll indents, $2500 ea.; 5- 132 Crippin, wind and screen, $4500. Tisdale, SK. Phone 306-873-2268. USED 50V FORSBERG gravity RH model w/motors. Also 4 Carter indents shells 6.5, 11, 13. 204-744-2208, St. Leon, MB.



GRAIN CLEANER on covered trailer, Crippen air screen, 3 stack uniflow indents, auto fill, clean, screens, augers, vac, elec. sweep, 80 KW Detroit genset. 306-736-7564, Kipling, SK. OLIVER GRAVITY TABLES, Model MaxiCap 3600, LH discharge, c/w motors, hyd. controls for end raise, side tilt, and fan speed, good cond., to be sold as is where is. Bob Ware’s Agri Service 403-235-0062, Airdrie, AB, CUSTOM COLOR SORTING chickpeas to mustard. Cert organic and conventional. 306-741-3177, Swift Current, SK. DUAL SCREEN ROTARY grain cleaners, great for pulse crops, best selection in We s t e r n C a n a d a . 3 0 6 - 2 5 9 - 4 9 2 3 , 306-946-7923, Young, SK. FOR SALE: HART Uniflow 9 row indent, $7500 OBO; Kipp Kelly SY200 gravity table, $3500 OBO; 1539 Carter disk machine and large assortment of discs as well as parts machine. Make an offer. Phone 306-228-3160, Unity, SK. COLOUR SORTERS: 2 Xeltron colour sorters, roller style. 519-436-8927, Dresden, ON. 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. 27 CLIPPER ERIN SCREEN, indents, 2 legs etc. Phone 306-873-5788, Tisdale, SK. CLIPPER 668 GRAIN CLEANER with cyclone and dust bins; Forever 4 stage dual c/w lots of screens, Carter Day aspirator and dust bin. 403-742-4177, Stettler, AB 1996 FORSBERG 220V mobile gravity table, mounted on 2009 22’ Load Max tandem trailer, four stabilizer jacks, new Broadcrown 30KW 3 phase 230 volt genset powered by JD. This item will sell subject to a $50,000 minimum opening bid. For sale by auction April 2nd Eatonia, SK. Call 3 0 6 - 4 6 3 - 7 8 3 5 fo r d e t a i l s o r v i s i t PL#914618 CARTER DAY MODEL 22SG with 20H scalper and model 412 precision sizer, mounted 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. PHOENIX M4 ROTARY GRAIN CLEANER Great shape, portable, always shedded, 300- 500 bu./hr. All screens, equipped with 49 HP diesel engine, $38,000. 306-535-2992, Gray, SK. #40 FORSBERG GRAVITY table, good cond. Ph. 306-547-8069, 306-547-4631, Preeceville, 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. PHOENIX M4 ROTARY mobile grain cleaner, 1700 hrs., comes with extra screens. 204-867-7225, Minnedosa, MB. CLEAN YOUR PEAS! Dual screen rotary cleaner with pea screens. 306-259-4923, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. WESTERN CANADA’S LARGEST inventory of screens and frames for most makes of Grain Cleaners. Also a large inventory of buckets and bolts of all sizes, for all makes of Bucket Elevators. Call Flaman Sales 1-888-435-2626 or 306-934-2121 or visit 2 COLOR SORTERS, trailer, auger, compression, complete unit or may consider separating. 306-621-4560, Yorkton, 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, WANTED: VERTEC or IBEC continuous grain dryer. Must be in good condition. 306-752-3577, St. Brieux. SK.

JD 335 round baler, new condition, shedded, estate sale, $7500. 780-603-5307, 780-632-6372, Vegreville, AB. GSI GRAIN DRYERS. Ph. Glenmor, Prince Albert, SK., 306-764-2325. For all your NH 326 SMALL square baler, hyd. bale tension, always shedded, very good shape, grain drying needs! $8500. 403-327-9757, Coaldale, AB. NEW GSI AND used grain dryers. For price savings, contact Franklin Voth, Sales Rep NO MORE HAY! 2- NH 575 small square fo r A x i s F a r m s L t d . , M a n i t o u , M B . balers; NH 1431 discbine; NH Super 1049 bale wagon. All shedded and good cond. 204-242-3300, Call 403-886-4717, Red Deer, AB. VERTEC 6600 single phase, natural gas, 3-5 hp. auger motors, control panel w/wet 2007 MF HESSTON Series 2656A, auto b i n c o n t r o l s . $ 2 9 , 0 0 0 O B O . C a l l cycle, 5x6 hard core baler, w/short crop kit, also has moisture tester installed, 780-837-0322, Falher, AB. $25,000 OBO. 306-538-2230, SUPERB GRAIN DRYERS Two dryers still 306-736-8890, Kennedy, SK. available on winter program. Largest and quietest single phase dryer in the industry. 2004 567 JD BALER, net wrap, mega Over 34 years experience in grain drying. wide PU, bale kicker, 1000 PTO, variable Moridge parts also available. Grant Servic- core valve, moisture monitor, $23,500. 306-264-3794, Meyronne, SK. es Ltd, 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. WANTED: TUBELINE BALE wrapper. Call 306-248-3454, St. Walburg, SK. WALINGA INC. AGRI-VAC. Parts, sales and NH 664 ROUND BALER. The Estate of service. New and reconditioned Walinga Rocky Gillies, Land and Farm Equipment Agri-Vac as well as used units, parts, ac- Auction, Thursday, April 14, 2011, Big Beacessories and service for most major ver, SK. area. For sale bill and photos visit brands. 204-745-2951, Mack Carman, MB; 306-567-3031, Davidson, SK; Auction Co. 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. 403-279-8204, Calgary, AB. Most trades PL 311962. welcome. CASE/IH RBX 564, 1-1/2 years old, 1999 BRANDT 4000 grain vac, one owner, $26,000; 499 NH haybine, excellent, 12’, shedded, $8500. Phone 306-759-2104, $10,000. 306-883-2632 eves, Mildred, SK. Eyebrow, SK. BRANDT BALE PROCESSOR, year 2000, REM GRAIN VACS. New/used, Batco con- hyd. chute, LHS delivery, bale forks, good veyors, grain baggers, augers. Leasing pro- 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. gram, del. avail. 1-866-746-2666. 2006 BR780A NH baler, kicker, good overall condition. $14,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease options. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. 1994 JD 535, 1000 PTO, kicker, stored in2004 NH BR780 BALER, 4000 bales, side, very clean unit, $9995 Can email oversized tires, wide pickup, Auto-Wrap, pics. 306-826-5578, 306-823-7280, Marstwine only, $19,000. Oyen, AB, Daine den, SK. Studer 403-664-9465. E arly Book ing Program ! BALE SPEAR ATTACHMENTS for all loaders and skidsteers, excellent pricing. Netw ra p - 67 ’’startin g at$215 Call now 1-866-443-7444 64’’startin g at$210 BALE SPEARS, high quality imported 8000ft.rollsalso available! from Italy, 27” and 49”, free shipping, exSila ge B a lew ra p - startin g at$84 cellent pricing. Call now toll free 1-866-443-7444, Stonewall, MB. Phone:403-994-7 207 or 7 80-206-4666 1998 NH 688 round baler, netwrap, bale w w na dia nh a ya ndsila command, nice cond. Wholesale $10,000. 403-627-3092, Pincher Creek, AB. 1994 JD 535 round baler, good shape, shedded, taking space up in the shop. Tak- 2010 CASE/IH 18’ HAYBINE, $32,000, only 600 acres on this machine. Contact ing offers. 780-636-2446, Vilna, AB. Daine Studer 403-664-9465, Oyen, AB. VERMEER 605SM and 605M balers, net, floats and kicker, recond. and field ready. 1275 HESSTON 16’ hydraswing haybine, Kyle 701-490-6460, Calvin 701-646-6089, 1 0 0 0 P TO, p u r c h a s e d n ew i n 2 0 0 3 , $16,000 OBO. Phone 306-538-2230, Valley City, ND. 306-736-8890, Kennedy, SK.

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HAYBINE REVERSER for hydro swing machines. We have kits for many different models. Order early to ensure availability, only $1350. 306-745-3801 or 306-745-3720, Esterhazy, SK. JD 3830 dsl. cab hay header, crimper. 2007 568, like new, megawide 2400 bales. Phone 306-238-4411, Goodsoil, SK.

AUCTION: PREMIER 2940 30’ w/ MacDon 972 header w/PU reel. Contact Hodgins 2005 NH 499 haybine, very good condi- Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075! PL 915407. tion, asking $13,000. 306-747-3758, 2900 PREMIER, 2 spd. turbo, 21’, newer Holbien, SK. sickle and guards, new roller bearings last fall, exc. condition, shedded, 1900 hours, $35,000. 780-497-0748 or 780-985-3820, WANTED: CASE/IH 5000 or 6000 series Calmar, AB. S P s w a t h e r, d i e s e l p r e f e r r e d . 30’ UII PU, Schumacher knife drive and 306-856-4732, 306-831-9969, Milden, SK. sections, all new knife sections, double 2 0 0 8 C I H W D 1 2 0 3 , 3 6 ’ , 3 9 4 h r s . , swath, 1200 hrs., new drive tires, shedded, $97,700; 2009 NH H8040 w/2010 36’, exc., $37,500 306-338-3647, Wadena, SK $113,500; 2009 NH H8040 w/2010 36’ w/air suspension, $115,000; CIH 8825 30’, PU reel, $37,500; MacDon M150 35’, $130,000; MacDon Harvest Pro 8152i, 36’, $83,500; MacDon 2952i 30’, $78,000; Westward 9000 Turbo, 25’, $43,900; Westward 9000 25’, $35,500; MF 885 dsl., 30’ PU reels, $16,700; CIH 725 25’ PT w/Auto trans, $2900; CIH 730, 30’ PTO, $3500; CIH 8230 30’ PT, PU reel, vg, $11,000; CIH 725 PT, $2900; CIH 736, 36’ PT, $3900. Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, Case IH, Humboldt, SK. 1999 WESTWARD 9300 SWATHER, 30’ 2002 PRAIRIE STAR 4940, 30’, 771 hrs. MacDon 972 triple swath, 3.9L Turbo, very Auction Tuesday April 19, Tisdale, SK. clean machine, $34,900. Trades wanted. Bruce Schapansky F i n a n c i n g a n d l e a s e o p t i o n s . 1-800-667-4515. Auctioneers, 306-873-5488 (PL#912715) 2006 30’ MASSEY 9220, 460 hrs., shedded, MASSEY FERGUSON 220XL, 25’, double swath, PU reel w/new fingers, gauge excellent shape. 306-948-2824, Biggar, SK. wheels, Schumacher easy-cut knife sys2009 MACDON M150, 25’ header, dou- 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 ! b l e k n i f e , $ 1 0 7 , 0 0 0 O B O . C a l l 204-851-1781, Cromer, MB. 780-712-1964, Niton Junction, AB. 1994 MF 200, 30’ swather, only 1070 hrs., 8820 CIH 25’ swather, UII PU reel with Schumacher knife drive, double swath, UII lifters, 3350 motor hours, $23,000 OBO. PU reel; 1994 PMI 722, 26’ swather, only Phone 306-452-7200, Storthoaks, SK. 1340 hrs., Schumacher knife drive, UII PU 1987 CI 722 22’, diesel, UII PU reel, Keer reel. Both shedded and in exc. cond. Doug Shear, $12,500; MF 613 30’ PT new knife, Illingworth Seeds Ltd., ask for Todd 306-445-5263, North Battleford, SK. $4500. 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK.

NEW 20.8x38 12 PLY, $845; 18.4x38 12 ply, $745; 18.4x34 12 ply, $669; 18.4x30 12 ply, $599; 30.5x32 16 ply, $1995; 24.5x32 12 ply, $1487; 18.4x42 12 ply, $1397; 20.8x42, $1492; 20.5x25 20 ply, $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply, $795; 14.9x24 12 ply, $379; 16.9x28 12 ply, $499. Factory-direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. All tube-type tires include tubes. Used tires also av a i l a b l e . w w w. c o m b i n e w o r l d . c o m 1-800-667-4515.

2008 8010 LOADED w/duals; Also Outback GPS, 16’ PU and 36’ HoneyBee straight header, 320 hrs., like new. 403-502-6332, Schuler, AB. 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. 1981 7720 TITAN II, 3500 hrs., lots of new parts, very good running order, Redekop chaff saver, $15,000. 306-883-2632 eves, Mildred, SK. 2010 8120 100 hrs., ST rotor, lge. front and rear wheels, 2016 PU, fine cut, HID lights, warranty, like new. $275,000. 306-367-2173/231-4511 Middle Lake, SK. 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. 2005 2388, 1266 engine, 1048 sep. hrs., AFX, yield and moisture, 2016 Swathmaster PU, shedded, mint cond., $146,000. 204-546-2417, Grandview, MB. 1986 1680, 3700 hours, dealer maintained, shedded, field ready $22,000. Daysland, AB. 780-679-6309. 25’ 1010 HEADER, hyd. fore/aft, hyd. reel drive, good auger and floor, batt reel. (WH-IH399). $6500. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515, 1015 PICKUP HEADER, excellent floor, new paint, pickups available. (IH301). $4750. Three available. Trades, financing. 1-800-667-4515. 2002 2388 CIH, Victory PU, long auger, 1735 hrs., asking $86,000. 306-239-4786 or 306-230-6690, Osler, SK. WANTED 2188. Must be in good shape, low hours, well maintained. Call Frank 306-394-2131, Coderre, SK. 1998 2388, 1185 rotor hrs, 1015 header with 8-belt Swathmaster PU, hopper ext., chopper, always shedded, $26,000 work order Feb. 2011 at Hi-Way Service. This combine is in very nice shape, $89,500. John 403-345-3156, Coaldale, AB.

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. NH 1079 BALE WAGON, 178 bale capacity, 1-800-667-4515. turbo diesel, AC, shedded, mint, $75,000 1010 30’ HEADER, PU reel, hyd. fore/aft, OBO. 403-875-2598, Cremona, AB. 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. Rebuilt Concaves 1983 CASE/IH 1460 combine, 3370 hrs., Exchanges in Stock, no chopper, $9000; 1999 CASE/IH 1010 Rebuilt Table Augers, rigid header, 25’, batt reels, $8000. MFWD Housings rebuilt. 306-831-9337, Rosetown, SK.



Model 919™ Automated Smart Chart II NO MORE PAPER CHARTS. Select commodity, enter sample temp. & dial drum number and the % moisture is displayed. Paper chart temps. are limited to between 11 and 30 °C. NEW Smart Chart II Benefit: Increases measuring range of the Model 919™ by allowing users to enter temps. above 30 °C or below 0 °C. ACCESSORIES include: 1.) hand held probe to measure, display & auto. input the sample temp. directly into the smart chart. 2.) portable 10’ Infra-Red Digital bin probe to instantly measure & display the temp. of stored grain on the Smart Chart II. 3.) NEW rigid 10` wireless multi-zone bin probe. Consists of 2x5 foot sections with 2 temp. sensors on each section for a total of 4 temp. sensors. Allows farmers to monitor stored grain temperatures at various levels inside the bin without having to plug into display unit. A transmitter on the handle of the probe wirelessly transmits temp. data to be displayed on a New Smart Charts II unit. Test weight conversion charts are also installed in the unit. Simply choose your commodity, enter the grams per 0.5L and the lbs/bu and kg/hL are displayed. Dimo`s Labtronics 12 Bangor Ave Winnipeg MB 204-772-6998 Item #

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HESSTON 8110S SP 30’ swather with PU reel and 2126 hours. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auction, Saturday, April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. Visit for sale bill and photos. Mack Auction Co. 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. PL 311962.

2005 JD 4895 36’ Honeybee, axle mount- 2005 MF 9420 swather, 25’, PU reel, hyd. ed roller, 700 header hrs., $85,000. Ray tilt, only 376 hrs, shedded, exc. cond., 306-536-0399 or Tyler at 306-533-8834, $62,000. 204-825-7214, Swan Lake, MB. Regina, SK. 4950 MACDON SWATHER, 2 speed, turbo, WANTED: JD 2320 swather, 1982 or 30’ 972 header. $60,000. 306-421-0448 1983, no cab, tall drive tires. Phone Torquay, SK. or 780-847-2499, Islay, AB. 2002 CASE WDX 1101, 25’ HoneyBee 2007 JD 4895 SP swather, low hours, 30’ header, 18’ haybine header, 1198 hrs. al- HoneyBee header w/double knife, Hart ways shedded, vg condition, $65,000. Carter, PU reels, roto shears, MT-2000 swath roller, new GPS 2010, $101,000. 306-468-3030, Canwood, SK. Phone 306-789-3281 eves., Regina, SK. HESSTON 8100 SP swather w/1480 hours, UII PU reel and Isuzu diesel engine. Roger 1994 PREMIER 2900 25’ swather, 2450 and Eleanor Hirsch Farm Equipment Auc- hrs., c/w 14’ MacDon 910 hay header, tion, Saturday, April 16, 2011, Estevan, SK. $36,000. 204-743-2030, Cypress River, MB Visit for sale bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962 1989 HESSTON 8100 25’ swather, roto MACDON 741 HAY conditioner to fit Macshears, 1902 hrs., good cond., $15,000. Don 972 header, exc. cond. 250-843-7359, 780-632-6372 or 780-603-5307, Vegre- 250-782-0220, Dawson Creek, BC. ville, AB. 2007 BERGEN FULL carry swather trans2004 PREMIER 2940 25’, 1090 hours, port, hyd. bed, fenders, lights, $10,500. 9 7 2 h e a d e r, e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n . 306-331-7002, Dysart, SK. 306-563-4462, Canora, SK. 1998 MACDON SP swather, 2 spd. turbo, 1750 hrs., 30’, 960 head, well maintained, $ 4 2 , 0 0 0 . C e l l 3 0 6 - 4 8 7 - 7 9 9 3 o r NH 1033 AUTOMATIC bale wagon Fifth 306-487-2721, Lampman, SK. wheel hitch conversion, stack retriever, 25’ HONEYBEE ST25, fits IH 8870 and good cond., $4000. 306-441-6354, located JD 4990/4995, PU reel, hyd fore/aft, at North Battleford, SK. $11,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease options. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. WANTED: 4750 VERSATILE HEADER, 22 or 25’, dual knife, w/PU reel; Also SUND PU. 780-928-2621, La Crete, AB. NEW 2011 KRONE BIG M400 and pull type discbines. 2004 PREMIERE MODEL 2940, 30’ 972 1475 NH HAYBINE, 2003, 18’, like new, header, exc. cond. Phone 306-487-7415, Noble Equipment Ltd. 1-877-490-3020, shedded, new knife; BR 780 round baler, Lampman, SK. Nobleford, AB. Super Sweep PU, bale stuffer, field ready, mint shape, shedded. Will trade for seeding equipment. Call daytime 306-244-0936 or cell; 306-222-9392, Vanscoy, SK.



NEW KRONE HAYING EQUIPMENT: Large square balers 4x4, 3x4, and 3x4 HDP. Used trades: 2005 Hesston 4910 with accumulator, low bales $55,000; 2003 Hesston 4910 with accumulator $37000; 1997 Hesston 4900 with accumulator $14,000; Hesston 4925 3 bale accumulator $6500. Noble Equipment Ltd. 1-877-490-3020, Nobleford, AB. 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. 2006 NH BB940A 3x3 square baler, 32,000 bales w/packer cutter, liquid applicator 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. 701-213-2201, 701-213-2202, Morden, MB

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2009 NH 9070, duals, $269,900; 2008 NH 9070, $239,000; 2004 NH CR970, FOR SALE: HAY BUSTER 1100 Tub Grinder. $ 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 Call 204-585-5397 Sandy Lake, MB . 306-682-2592, Case/IH Humboldt, SK.



NEW REDEKOP MAV fine-cut chopper JD 9660W, Y&M, $149,500; 2006 JD 9760, and chaff spreader, NH TR95, 96, 97, 98, 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 , 99, $8250. Trades wanted 1-800-667-4515 306-682-2592, Case/IH, Humboldt, SK. 2007 CR9070, 20.8x42 duals, loaded, 360 thrashing hrs; 2000 SP36 HoneyBee draper header, gauge wheels, hyd. fore/aft, split reel, steel teeth. Arch Equipment, 306-867-7252, Outlook, SK. 1996 TX66 NH, 971 PU header, chaff spreader, chopper, lateral tilt, 2450 sep. hrs., good cond. $30,000 OBO. 306-692-5128, Moose Jaw, SK. 1998 TR98, 1677 sep. hrs., Kirby spreader, Norac AutoHeight for any header, Rake-Up PU header, very good condition, ready to go. 306-625-3720, Ponteix, SK. 2003 NH CX860, 1550 hrs, SwathMaster PU, exc. cond., big rubber, 27’ auger, yield/moist., hdr. tilt, shedded, MAV chopper. 780-206-1234 Barrhead, AB. CR960 DUAL KIT, complete with axle extension, ladder extension, 20.8Rx42 tires. Fits CR940-970. $12,000 exchange. 1-800-667-4515, 2004 16’ 76C combine header with choice of two 16’ pickups. 2004 Rake-up for $18,900 or 2010 Swathmaster for $21,850. Fits late model NH or IH combines. Will separate. Trades accepted. 1-800-667-4515.

GLEANER R72, 300 HP, twin turbo, many recent updates, feeder drum shocks, rock trap, chopper, Rake-Up PU, only 1118 sep. hrs, 1630 eng., nice shape, $61,000 w/PU, $66,000 incl. Agco 400 27’ straight cut header. 780-904-0667, Waskatenau, AB. GLEANER R72’s and R70: #1 S/N 74002, 3273 hrs (CDF rotor), engine pump and cooling fan, overhauled. #2 S/N 13553, 2248 hrs (CDF). #3 S/N 13506, 2283 hrs (CDF). R70 S/N 11810, 3164 hrs (solid rotor). Threshing hours listed. All Deutz powered, all shedded, and all field ready. New bearings and belts, all hydro’s redone. Eng i n e s r u n g r e at . C a n d e l i ve r. N e i l 780-361-6345, Lavern 780-387-1257, Wetaskiwin, AB.

REDUCED PRICES! 2009 9870, 317 hrs., 5 year Deere warranty transferable, 440 bu. hopper, Contour Master 4x4 feeder house, $260,000; 4- 2008 9870’s, 515- 582 hrs., 3 years left on transferable Deere warranty, $220,000; 2006 9860, 1168 hrs., $160,000. All have 20.8R42 duals, 28L26 r e a r, i n - c a b c a m e r a s , l o n g a u g e r s . 306-731-7129, Govan, SK.

FINAL DRIVE BLOWOUT!! Used 94009610/CTS $3250, Rebuilt 9400-9610/CTS $4750, Used STS $4000. 1-800-667-4515. 1989 JD 9500, 3500 sep. hrs., 914 PU, shedded, many new recent parts, 30.5x32 tires, $30,000 OBO. Wanham, AB. Phone 780-694-2756 or 780-518-5896 cell. 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.

1997 9600, big rubber and 4x4, 2100 sep. hrs, 2900 eng. hrs, Sunnybrook cyl., straight header and 914 PU, transport 1998 JD CTS II, 2000 sep. hrs., loaded, 930 straight header, $90,000. Falher, AB. Greenstar, P914 PU, shedded, field ready. for 780-837-0322, 306-695-2623, Indian Head, SK.

FOR SALE: 1991 1680 combine, 3744 hrs; 1995 1010 30’ header, w/PU reel; 1987 30’ IHC 6000 SP swather, 2178 hrs; 1984 5488 tractor, 3635 hrs, 180 HP; 1980 835 Versatile 4 WD tractor w/PTO, 5815 hrs, 2 2 0 H P ; p l u s o t h e r m a c h i n e r y. 306-228-7701 days, 306-228-3231 eves. Unity, SK.

1993 9400 JD, 212 PU, 930 rigid header, fine cut chopper, chaff spreader, 2480 separator hrs. 306-628-3306, Mendham, SK. 2008 JD 9770, 890 sep. hrs, duals, loaded, $175,000. Phone 204-822-3797, Morden, 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, AB. Pics available at

2010 JD 9870 STS SP w/JD 615P PU header, 440 HP, bullet rotor, command center controls, chopper, spreader, hopper extension, 28L-26 rear tires, 900/60R32 fronts, 178 eng./263 threshing hrs. showing. For sale by auction, April 6th, Jansen, SK. 306-445-5000 for details or visit PL# 914618.

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2009 JD 9770 STS, loaded, high wear threshing/ unloading, hopper ext., 26’ unloading auger, 615P header, $220,000. Calgary, AB, 403-818-2816, 403-698-6186.

2010 JD 9770, 615 PU, 270 hrs, mint, loaded, 800/70R38 tires, Contour-Master, $269,000. 306-421-0205, Estevan, SK. 2000 JD 9650 STS, 2200 thresher hrs., $85,000 OBO. 306-252-2227, Kenaston, SK. JD 9600 COMBINE with 2680 separator hours. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auction, Saturday, April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. Mack Auction Co. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815. Visit for sale bill and photos. PL 311962.

2000 JD 9650 WALKER, Greenstar, chaff spreader, 38” duals, 914 PU, 2075 eng. hrs., 1410 thrasher hrs; Also if wanted 924 straight header avail. Nice machine, never been stuck. Asking $110,000. Phone 306-524-4551, Southey, SK.

2007 9860STS PREMIUM, 694 hrs., bullet rotor, mapping, long auger, 615 PU, 900 rice tires, shedded, extras, exc. cond. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB. 2006 JD 9760 STS, 774 hrs. Greenlighted. Auction Tues. Apr.19, Tisdale SK. Bruce Schapansky Auctioneers 306-873-5488 (PL#912715) WANTED: JOHN DEERE 9660, 9670 or 9760 combine. Bullet rotor, approx. 800 sep. hrs. or less. 306-397-2664.

JD STS DUAL KITS, new tires, 20.8x38 or 20.8x42, $13,500- $14,900. Other JD, CIH, NH dual kits also available. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. 1987 JD 7720, 2675 hrs, 212 PU, Redekop chopper, good cond. $25,500. Makwa, SK. Phone 306-236-4372 or 306-236-5653. 1998 JD CTSII combine, c/w 914 PU, shedded, Greenlighted annually, premium condition. 306-666-2153, Fox Valley, SK. JD 9770, 2010, 120/150 hrs., 615 PU, new 30’ rigid head, 900 tires, $325,000. Phone 780-352-2193, Wetaskiwin, AB.

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.

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2004 JD 635F HydraFlex, PU reel, fore and aft, single point hook-up, good condition. CRARY BIG TOP hopper toppers available for John Deere, Case-IH, New Holland and 306-456-2877 leave msg., Bromhead, SK. Gleaner combines. $1795. Phone 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 . MACDON, HONEYBEE ADAPTERS to fit 306-297-3270, Shaunavon SK. NH, CIH and Versatile bi-directional tracONE CASE 1010 30’ header; 930 JD with tors. $1400- $3750. Trades welcome. NEW TRACTOR PARTS and quality Tisco engine rebuild kits for most makes. TracBISO canola header. This hydraulic side 1-800-667-4515. tor Service Manuals instructive repairs, nice. Ph: 204-546-2417, Grandview, MB. parts, and owners manuals. Not all parts 1996 MACDON ADAPTER, fits MacDon online. Great competitive quotes. Our 37th 960/962/972, made to fit Versatile 9030 year. bi-directional tractor (OB688). $2500. 1-800-481-1353. Trades welcome. Phone 1-800-667-4515. 2010 JD 635 flex header, used for 1500 WRECKING CASE 2090 and 2290 and for acres, mint condition! Asking $41,000. parts, 2290 motor seized. A.E. Chicoine 306-741-7968, Swift Current, SK. Farm Equipment Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 2010 CASE/IH 2020 35’ flex, $37,000. 306-449-2255. Have adaptor for 2388. 306-567-4667, Davidson, SK. WRECKING TRACTORS, SWATHERS, BALERS, COMBINES CRARY CHAFF SPREADERS. We are Canada’s largest Crary dealer. Complete kit c/w hyd motor, hoses, fittings, flow valve and flow pan. All makes and models ava i l a b l e . $ 2 4 9 5 . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 .

1993 JD 9600, very reliable, lots of new parts, 3000 threshing hrs., 914 PU header, Redekop chaff blower and wagon, to be sold with combine or separately. $50,000. Call 306-981-4567 or 306-922-8335, Prince Albert, SK.

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FD70 30’ MACDON draper flex header, 2010 model, done 1000 acres, $65,000 2007 JD 936D draper header, PU reel, OBO; 120 Flexi-Coil double shoot 3” stealth full poly skids, vg cond., $41,000. openers, carbide tip all around, done 4000 acres, offers. 780-878-4655, Ferintosh, AB. Phone 306-955-4645, Saskatoon, SK. 1994 MACDON 960 30’ header, PU reels, NH HONEYBEE 30’ 94C draper header with poly skids, Gleaner adaptor, $15,000. PU reel and JD adapter. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auc306-331-7002, Dysart, SK. tion, Saturday, April 9, 2011 Goodwater, JD 930 RIGID straight cut header with SK. Visit MacDon PU reel. Roger and Eleanor Hirsch for sale bill and photos. Mack Auction Co. Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, April 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. PL 311962. 16, 2011 Estevan, SK. For sale bill and photos 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962. RAKE-UP PICKUP 16’, very good condition, 2007 HONEY BEE 30’ draper header, a s k i n g $ 5 9 0 0 . 7 8 0 - 7 8 5 - 2 5 8 8 , hyd. fore/aft, transport, CIH 7010/8010 780-785-2214 Sangudo, AB adapter, excellent condition. Jim Wilson, Darlingford, MB. 204-362-2449. NEW SWATHMASTERS, 14’ for $11,950. 2008 JD 936D, fully loaded, single point F i n a n c i n g a n d l e a s e o p t i o n s . hook up, PU reel and cross auger, always 1-800-667-4515. shedded, excellent condition, asking $45,000. 403-647-1127, Grassy Lake, AB.

AUCTION: JD 9650 STS w/2005 Precision PU table, bullet rotor. Contact Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075! PL 915407. 2006 JD 9760 STS, 800-38 rubber, big auger, yield and moisture monitors, exc. cond., Greenlighted 2009, 1050 hrs., $205,000. 403-578-2474, Coronation, AB. JD 9500 SP combine w/JD 212 PU header. Roger and Eleanor Hirsch Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, April 16, 2011, Estevan, SK. Visit for sale bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962 2001 9750STS, 2nd owner, always shedded, Greenlighted, 914 PU, excellent, 2300 hrs, $108,000. 306-232-7191 Rosthern, SK

1998 JD CTS II, 2750 sep. hrs, Sunnybrook cylinder and beater, hopper ext, fine cut Redekop chopper, chaff spreader, long auger, annually Greenlighted, good condition, $79,500. 306-548-4344, Sturgis, SK.

HONEYBEE SP25, NH994 25’ draper header UII PU reel, TX or TR trans, vg, $33,000. Phone 780-208-0199, Hairy Hill, AB.

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ALLISON TRANSMISSIONS Service, Tractors Combines Swathers Sales and Parts. Exchange or custom rebuilds available. Competitive warranty. G.S. TRACTOR SALVAGE, JD tractors 1998 36’ HONEYBEE draper header, fore/aft, UII PU reel, NH TR adapter. Spectrum Industrial Automatics Ltd., Red our specialty. 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, Deer, AB. 1-877-321-7732. 1997 MF 8780, straw chopper, hopper ext. 306-625-3720, Ponteix, SK. SK. chaff spreader, new tires, Micro trac yield RECENT SALVAGE TRACTORS: Ford a n d m o i s t u r e m o n i t o r, g o o d c o n d . MF 9230 30’ header, 6 batt Hart Carter PU reel, exc. cond.; MF 9324 flex header 24’, 2 8340 w/7413 loader, TW35, TW20, 7710, 306-378-4054, Elrose, SK. fan air reel. 306-378-4054, Elrose, SK. 5000, 4000, Super Major, 8N. David Brown 1690, 1394, 1210. IH 8940, 5488, 574, 2002 MF 8680, Rake-Up PU, 25’ straight B275. MF 8120, 65, 35. Volvo, JD 3140, cut header, 700 hrs., original owner, shed- 2007 MACDON 974 36’ flex, header height, fore-aft, factory transport, PU reel, Nuffield, County. ded. 403-746-5494 evenings, Eckville, AB. 873 adapter, fits STS combines w/single 306-228-3011, Unity, SK. point hookup. $46,900. 3.8% financing OAC and lease options. We want trades. AGRA PARTS PLUS, parting older trac1-800-667-4515. tors, tillage, seeding, haying, along w/other Ag equipment. 3 miles NW of Battle2000 30’ HONEY BEE, w/CIH adaptor, ford, SK. off #16 Hwy. Ph: 306-445-6769. 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: L O S T C I T Y S A LVAG E , parts cheap, 306-587-7793, Cabri, SK. please phone ahead. 306-259-4923, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. 2006 MACDON 974 36’ flex, fore-aft, PU Disc Blade reel, pea auger, 873 adapter, fits IH 8010, DEUTZ TRACTOR SALVAGE: Used parts 8120, 7120. $43,900. 3.8% financing OAC Cultivator for Deutz and Agco. Uncle Abes Tractor, and lease options. We want trades. 519-338-5769, fax 338-3963, Harriston ON Shovel 1-800-667-4515. GOODS USED TRACTOR parts. New, 1998 36’ HONEYBEE SP36 draper headused, rebuilt parts for tractors, swathers. er, new canvas, batt reels, PU reels avail., Harrow Tine Call 204-564-2528, 1-877-564-8734 or fax fore and aft. Fits CIH 1680-2588 and NH 204-564-2054, Roblin, MB. David or Curtis. TR/TX combines. Financing and lease op• Shovels, Chisels, Furrower Open Monday to Saturday. Visa, MC. • Combine Pick Up Belts tions. Trades wanted. 1-800-667-4515. Email: • Disc Blades 18’’ to 32’’ • Hose Air Seeder, Grain Vac Website: Smooth & Notched. • Pick Up Reel Teeth. 2009 630D Draper Header $57,500, SMALL AD, BIG SAVINGS, BEST PRICES. • Coulter Blades • Cutting Parts, Sections & Guards. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. Smith’s Tractor Wrecking, Allan, SK. • Harrow Spring Tines 3/8 - 5/8. • NH Round Baler Chains. 1-888-676-4847. NEW NEVER USED JD 630, PU reel, dual • Seeding Knives and Openers. • Engine Overhaul Kits. knife drive, $37,500 OBO. 204-851-0745, COMB-TRAC SALVAGE. We sell new and • Drill Recappers • Tractor Parts Front End, Turbos, Elkhorn, MB. used parts for most makes of tractors, • Baler Belting, All Styles & Sizes Clutch, Transmission. combines, balers, mixmills and swathers. 2004 JD 930D and 2006 JD 930D Draper w w w. c o m b - t r a c s a l v a g e . c o m Much More! headers for sale. Both in very good cond., 306-997-2209, 1-877-318-2221, Borden, $35,000 each. 204-773-6655, Birtle, MB. LOEWEN COMBINE PARTS SK. We buy machinery. RECONDITIONED rigid and flex, most 18006679871 R egi n a 18006673095 S a ska t o o n makes and sizes; Also header transports. 1- 800- 387- 2 768 M a n ito b a 1- 800- 2 2 2 - 6594 Ed m o n to n Ed Lorenz, 306-344-4811, Paradise Hill, SK, COMBINE DRAPER HEADER 28’, fits IH 1482, home built c/w transport, $5000 TWO 1994 VOLVO potato trucks, 60 series OBO. Email or phone Detroit, 22’ double L boxes. Phone Brad “ Fo r AllY o u r Fa rm Pa rts” evenings 780-836-3838, Manning, AB. 204-526-5000, Holland, MB.


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THREE 900 NH PT harvesters, $6000 to $9500, field ready; 790 NH PT harvester, field ready. Arch Equipment, Outlook, SK. 2005 HARDI COMMANDER 1500, 132’ Phone 306-867-7252. suspended boom, 14.9x46, 3 way nozzles, FORAGE HARVESTERS: JD Model 6750, flotation duals and tractor skinnies avail. 6850, 6710; Claas 870; NH FX60 4 WD. $28,500. 204-712-5561, Arnaud, MB. Hay and corn headers available for all 2007 SPRAY-AIR 3600 TRIDENT, 90’ units. 204-522-6333, Melita, MB. boom, 1250 US gal. tank, Raven AutoRate, 2004 JD 7500 Forage Harvester, no pickup AutoBoom, always shedded, spotless, r e e l , 1 9 1 0 h o u r s , $ 1 6 5 , 0 0 0 . $40,000 OBO. 403-312-0229, Blackie, AB. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. BOURGAULT 950, 800 gallon tank, 73’ FREE: TWO 25’x90’ HARVESTORE silos, boom with windscreens, asking $5000. when you purchase equipment: Greenbelt Phone 306-739-2605, Parkman, SK. Blowdeck, Gehl blower, Harvestore batchmixer with scale, Schuler bunk feeder, 250 1999 BRANDT QF 1500, 830 gal. tank, 90’ and 220 conveyors, motors, automated boom, Raven autorate, 2 sets nozzles, control panel. All in excellent condition. wind cones, 1 yr. on rebuilt hyd. pump, Great opportunity for a deal on the com- $5000 OBO. 204-535-2281, Baldur, MB. plete system. 403-843-6518, Rimbey, AB. 2002 NH FP230 chopper, always shedded, new knives, Metalert III, Gandy inoculant applicator, field ready, $15,000 OBO. 306-795-7277, Kelliher, SK. 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. N o b l e E q u i p m e n t L t d . FLEXI-COIL S67XL suspended boom 1-877-490-3020, Nobleford, AB. sprayer c/w 100” booms, 1500 gal. tank, deflectors, 14.9R46 tires- 85% and E arly Book ing Program ! wind 580 70R42 floats- 95%, SP655 monitor/ controller, shedded, very low acres, Sila ge B a lew ra p startin g at$84 $32,000. Phone 403-936-5797, Calgary, Sila ge C overs AB. Pics available at -32 feetto 120 feetw ide,a ny length 2001 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 67 suspended Boom 90’, 850 gal., double nozzle body, Phone:403-994-7 207 autorate controller, wind screens, always or 7 80-206-4666 shedded, one owner, asking $25,000. Call w w na dia nh a ya ndsila Terry 306-594-7580, Hyas, SK. FARM AID 430 silage mixer/feeder wag- 2002 SYSTEM 67 Flexi-Coil, 90’ suspended on, very good condition. 306-961-4682, boom, 1250 tank, chem. handler, floatation tires. Phone 306-488-4205, Dilke, SK. Prince Albert, SK.

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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. 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. 2008 FLEXI-COIL S68 XL SPRAYER, 1600 gal. 480/80/R38 tires, HM1C pump, SP655 monitor with auto rate, 100’ wheel boom, double nozzle bodies, air induction tips, mint condition. $29,000. 306-932-2306, Plenty, SK. 2003 FLEXI-COIL 67XL, 90’, suspended boom, always shedded, $32,000 OBO. 306-463-4289 home, 306-460-7526 cell, Kindersley, SK. 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. 2003 FLEXI-COIL System 67, suspended boom 90’, 1200 gal. tank, triple nozzle body, autorate, rinse tank, $26,000. 306-472-5972, 306-472-7643, Lafleche SK 2005 NH HIGH CLEARANCE SPRAYER, 1500 gal. tank, 90’ booms, windscreens, hyd. pump, chem. inductor, AutoRate controller, 14.9x46 tires, foam marker, used 4 seasons, exc. cond., asking $38,000. Terry Schullman, Swan River MB, 204-734-0470. 1995 FLEXI-COIL 65 100’, 1500 gal., triple nozzles, Raven Autorate, $12,500 OBO. 306-658-2122, 306-843-7070, Wilkie, SK. 1450 BOURGAULT 100’ sprayer, 1200 gallon plus 250 gallon dual boom, $11,500. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK. 1998 SPRAYMASTER, 80’ 5th wheel sprayer, w/900 gal. tank, foam markers, always shedded, $13,000 OBO. Phone 306-681-8044, Milo, AB. FLEXICOIL SYSTEM 67, 100’, good cond., $20,000. 306-354-2552, Mossbank, SK. 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.

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. 2009 JD 4730, 800 gal. SS tank, 100’ boom, ATR, hyd. tread adjust, 380 tires, 810 hrs., $186,000 OBO. 306-834-7319, Major, SK. ROGATOR 854 1999, 3800 hrs., 90’, Viper, auto-tie, 2 sets of tires, flood lights, GPS, $59,800. Calgary, AB. 403-650-7967. ROGATOR 664, 2 sets tires, 80’, 800 gal., 6.9 Cummins, shedded, excellent condition, asking $55,000. 306-831-9023 or 780-679-5775, Wiseton, SK. LOOKING FOR a sprayer, trailer, or sprayer tires? Call me first. 30 years experience. 403-650-7967, Calgary, AB. 2002 APACHE 1090, 90’, 2092 hrs., 1000 gal., Raven autorate, Outback AutoSteer with mapping, Norac UC4 boom control, 1 8 ” d r o p b o xe s , r e a r d u a l s , a s k i n g $110,000. 306-796-4770, 306-796-7503 cell, Central Butte, SK. MELROE 210 SPRA-COUPE, foam marker, good condition, $3500. Phone 306-873-5788, Tisdale, 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.

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. 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, FLEXI-COIL 62, 100’ booms, 840 gal. $12,000. 306-435-7459, Wapella, SK. tank, twin nozzles, new tips, new tires, 2009 SPX3185, 480 hrs., 5-way nozzles, hyd. pump, $5000 OBO. 306-695-3420 or 9 0 ’ b o o m , R av e n 4 6 0 c o n t r o l l e r, 306-695-7783, Indian Head, SK. 320-90R42’s, loaded, exc. cond. Swan BOURGAULT 850 CENTURION III, 100’, River, MB., 204-734-6350, 204-734-8202. near new tank, pump and tires, dual noz- 284 HAGIE SP sprayer, 800 gal. tank, 85’ zles, $5500. 306-475-2236, 306-640-8033, boom, EZ-Guide 500 GPS, vg condition, Crane Valley, SK. $38,000. Ph 306-752-3577, St. Brieux. SK. 2003 BRANDT QF 2500, 1500 gal. tank, 2010 JD 4830, 221 hrs., mint, Greenlight100’ boom, TeeJet rate controller, hyd. ed Dec, 2010. Extended warranty. Call for pump, windcones, double nozzle bodies, details, 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. very good cond., $13,500. Call Gerald 306-484-4437, Govan, SK. 2007 ROGATOR 1274C, 1200 gal. SS tank, 100’ boom, Raven Viper Pro, Smar2009 NH SF216 suspended boom 120’, Trax, AccuBoom, 3-way bodies, new tips, 1 3 5 0 I m p . ga l . , a u t o r at e , $ 3 9 , 0 0 0 . crop dividers, 2 sets of tires, 1974 hrs., 306-487-2702, Lampman, SK. $189,000. 306-843-3315, 306-843-7853, 2000 BRANDT QF 1500 c/w 90’ boom hyd. Wilkie, SK. pump, Tee-Jet 844 rate controller, foam WILMAR 745 SP 72’ sprayer with Cultiva maker, chem handler tank, $8500. Dale AutoSteer GPS and 2413 hours. J&L 306-364-2142, Jansen, SK. McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equip2002 BRANDT SB 4000 high clearance ment Auction, Saturday, April 9, 2011, sprayer, 1600 gal., 90’ boom, windcones, Goodwater, SK. For sale bill and photos chem handler, foam marker, AutoBoom, visit auto rate, asking $35,000. 306-923-4403, M a c k Au c t i o n C o . 3 0 6 - 4 2 1 - 2 9 2 8 o r 306-487-7815. PL 311962. Torquay, SK. FLEXI-COIL S67XL, 130’, 1250 gal, auto- RAVEN SMART BOOM sectional controller, rate wind curtain, rinse tank, GPS Raven $1100; Raven SCE5000 product controller, $650; Raven AutoBoom height controller, $22,000. Ph. 780-208-0199, Hairy Hill, AB. $650. 306-537-0942 cell, 306-771-4319 2004 BRANDT QF1500, 1000 US gal, 80’, office, Edenwold, SK. Micro-Trak, autorate, new hyd. pump, chem handler w/ground level pivot, dou- 2007 JD 4830, 100’ boom, 1000 gal., c/w ble nozzle bodies, wind cones, autofold, 2 sets tires, crop dividers, only 1257 hrs., exc. cond. $13,900. Phone 306-960-5979, 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. Prince Albert, SK. BRANDT SB 4000, 100’, Raven controller, 1074 SS ROGATOR 100’, 1072 hrs., 2 chem injector and AutoBoom height, 3” fill, sets of tires, always stored in heated shop, 3-way nozzles, fence row nozzles, foamer, f a r m e r o w n e d , $ 1 7 0 , 0 0 0 O B O . tank rinse kit, chem handler, $34,000. 306-937-2857, Battleford, SK. 306-861-9481, Weyburn, SK. JD 4920, 1250 gal. SS tank, 120’ booms, 2002 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 67 sprayer, 2 sets tires, 5-way nozzles, 1800 hrs., Au1000 US gal. tank, 90’ suspended boom, totrac ready. 306-592-4524, Buchanan, SK. wind screens, triple nozzles, rinse tank, 2007 CIH 3320, 1197 hrs., $219,000; 2006 18.4x26 tires, Flexi-Coil rate controller, Rogator 1074, 2 sets of tires, loaded, $24,500 OBO. 306-921-8217, Melfort, SK. $169,000; 2004 Melroe 4640, $74,000; 2005 Melroe 4650, 78,000. Hergott Farm FLEXI-COIL S67XL SPRAYER, suspend- Equipment, 306-682-2592, Case IH Humed boom, c/w 100’ booms, 1500 gal. tank, boldt, SK. wind deflectors, 14.9R46 tires- 85% and 580 70R42 floats- 95%, SP 655 monitor/ 1998 4640 SPRA-COUPE, 2350 hrs., controller, shedded, very low acres, auto trans., GPS, AutoSteer AutoBoom shutoff, 2 rates, 3-way tips, foam mkr, new $32,000. 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. 400 gal tank, 60’ boom w/2 sets of tires, 2005 FLEX-COIL S67XL 120’, 1200 gal. asking $55,000. 306-782-7749 Yorkton, SK tank, wind screens, 655 controller, exc. SHOP-BUILT SP SPRAYER on 4 WD truck condition. 306-623-4222, Sceptre, SK. chassis, 1000 gal. US tank, 120’ booms, 2006 NH SF115, 90’ clearance, suspended TeeJet rate controller, 3-way nozzles, hyd. booms, windscreens, 2 rinse tanks, pump, JD tractor cab, AC. Featured on the variable rate, low acres, as new. Enchant, Prairie Farm Report. Must be seen to be AB. 403-739-2233, ap p r e c i at e d , $ 1 9 , 0 0 0 . C a l l G e r a l d BOURGAULT CENTURION II 84’, 830 gal. 306-484-4437, Govan, SK. tank, hydraulic pump, windscreens, stored 2003 NITRO 275HT, 100’, 1200 gal. SS, inside, $5000. 306-358-4323, Denzil, SK. Raven Envisio, SmartTrax AutoSteer, Auto90’ BOURGAULT CENTURION II sprayer, Boom, AccuBoom, 2 sets tires, setup for equipped with windscreens, disc markers, swathing w/HoneyBee header, 2800 hrs., foam markers and hyd. pump, 830 Imp. $125,000 OBO; 30’ HoneyBee center delivgal. tank, $4000 OBO. 780-837-1664, ery header w/NH TR/TX adapter and NH/Nitro adapter for swathing w/Nitro 780-837-0146, Falher, AB. sprayer PU reels, fore/aft, exc. cond., $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 O B O. We y b u r n , S K , p h o n e 306-861-7959, 306-861-1092. 1997 TYLER PATRIOT NT, 2250 hrs, 80’ 1998 SPRA-COUPE 3640, upgraded to boom, 720 gal. tank, Outback S3 and Auto- 4640, new 400 gal. tank, 72’ booms, triple Steer. Meadow Lake, SK. 306-236-6811. nozzles, foam markers, GPS and Autonice, $42,500. 306-445-9933, 3630 SPRA-COUPE 1996, 3448 hrs., 60’ Steer, booms, autorate, foam markers, good con- 306-246-4251, Mayfair, SK. d i t i o n , $ 2 4 , 5 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 6 4 8 - 2 2 5 3 , 2000 APACHE 790, 750 tank, 90’ booms, GPS, 3300 hrs., good cond., $42,000 OBO. 306-648-7578 cell, Gravelbourg, SK. Ph/text: 306-684-5425, Moose Jaw, SK. 2 0 0 2 A G - C H E M R O G AT O R 8 5 4 w/1000 gal. SS tank, 90’ booms, Auto- 1997 ROGATOR 854, 4200 hrs., 90’ boom, Steer, mapping, section control, triple noz- 620x26 floaters, 9.5x48 narrow, SS 800 gal z l e s , 3 1 0 0 h r s . 3 0 6 - 3 6 5 - 4 2 1 2 , tank, crop dividers, foam marker, wired for 306-365-8386 JD AutoTrac, triple nozzles, shedded, $70,000. Ph. 306-736-2614, Kipling, SK. Guernsey, SK.

THREE 2004 ROGATORS 1064, 1700 1997 HAGIE 284, 90’ boom, 2900 hrs., hrs., 2 sets tires for each. Support trailers 5.9L Cummins, 200 HP, Raven autorate, also avail. 204-867-3147, Minnedosa, MB. good condition, asking $40,000. 403-321-0134, Morrin, AB. WANTED LATE MODEL high clearance SP sprayer w/low hrs. Prefer JD 4830. Will AG SHIELD 60’, manual fold boom, triple consider all others. Ph/fax 306-283-4747, nozzle heads, will sell with or individually. 500 gal. tank, foam marker, sprayer moni306-291-9395, Langham, SK. tor and 1980 3/4 ton with flatdeck. 2003 SPX 3200, AutoSteer, mapping, Au- 306-672-3666, Gull Lake, SK. toBoom shutoff, Norac boom height controller, 110’ booms, 2740 hrs, shedded, 2004 CASE IH 4410, 1630 hrs., 1200 gal. $115,000. 306-548-4691, Stenen, SK. SS tank, 90’ boom, deluxe cab, Viper controller, GPS, 5-way nozzle bodies, foam 1997 WILLMAR 765, air ride, 85’ booms, marker, chem. inductor, fence row nozzles, 650 SS tank, new pump, Outback GPS, 380/85R46 tires. Excellent condition! Midtech monitor, $37,000. St. Xavier MB. $149,000. Pincher Creek, AB. Call Jordan 204-353-2877 or 204-941-9056. anytime 403-627-9300. 1994 WILLMAR 765 SPRAYER, 90’ SET OF 4 radial tires, 14.9x46 w/rims, boom, Raven controller, 2 sets of tires, 60-70%, good condition. Will fit 854 Roga600 gallon tank, $38,500. 204-324-7658, tor high clearance sprayer or other similar Altona, MB. sprayers. 306-749-2224, Birch Hills, SK. LODE-KING 53’ TRIDEM highboy trailer w/4 water tanks (6850 gallon total), 3” chem handler, 3” plumbing, 3” pump, 2” pump for bulk shuttles, ample storage room for shuttles. Call 306-231-9020, Humboldt, SK. 2000 NITRO 200, 90’, 1200 gal. SS tank, AutoSteer, boom height, boom shut-off, 4 crop dividers, 2 sets new tires, $90,000. Phone 780-663-2492, Ryley, AB.

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2005 ROGATOR 1074, all options, 2630 hrs., $155,000 OBO. Phone 306-497-2715, Blaine Lake, SK. 2005 7650 SPRA-COUPE, 80’ booms, Outback GPS mapping and steering, 840 hrs. 306-773-0773, Swift Current, SK.

TWO 2009 JD 4730s, 450 hrs, 100’ booms, 5-way nozzles, AutoSteer, height and shut off controls, mapping, 2 sets of tires, shedded, crop dividers available, mint, farmer owned, $220,000/ea. OBO. 780-753-8644, Veteran, AB. 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. 2003 WILMAR 8500 1500 hrs., 90’ boom, two sets of tires, air ride, AutoBoom heights, AccuBoom sectional control, $95,000. 306-422-8515 or 306-960-5698, St. Louis, SK. 2009 CASE IH 3320, 590 hrs., 1000 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. Call Jordan anytime 403-627-9300, Pincher Creek, AB. 2004 CASE 4410, 90’, 1200 gal. SS tank, AutoSteer, boom shut-off, new 380/85R46 tires $138,000 OBO. Phone 780-663-2492, Ryley, AB.

2005 ROGATOR 1074, exc. cond., 1000 gal., 90’, AutoSteer, Raven cruiser touch 2000 NH SF550, 1621 hrs., Norac, 100’ screen GPS, 3850 hrs., $102,000 OBO. boom, 660 SS tank, 2 sets tires, GPS, exc. Blaine Lake, SK, phone 306-497-3322. $85,500. 306-276-2442, White Fox, SK. 1996 WILMAR 745 air ride sprayer SPRAYTEST REMOTE BOOM CONTROL w/GPS light bar, night lights, foam marker Use handheld remote to select and turn on individual boom section for nozzle checks. Easy install with and floatation tires. New in crop tires. Alharness to plug in to your sprayer. ways shedded. 306-245-3388, Francis, SK. 2007 ROGATOR 874 SS, air susp., orig. Ph: 306-859-1200 owner, 100’ booms, SS tank, Raven viper control, AutoSteer, AutoBoom, AccuBoom, GPS, 2 sets tires, crop dividers w/air lift, fe n c e r o w, fo a m m a r ke r s , l o a d e d , $150,000 OBO. 780-814-4628, Rycroft, AB. 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., $154,000. Ph. 204-823-1114, Morden, MB. 2003 JD 4710, 800 gal. SS tank, 90’ boom, hyd. tread adjust, 2 sets tires, GS 2600 display, swath control and auto boom, $135,000. 306-743-5178, Langenburg, 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. SPRAYER TIRES: 4- 10 bolt adjustable rims, 3-320x90R50 Firestone- 85%, $6700 OBO. Darlingford, MB., 204-246-2094.



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2003 BOURGAULT 5710 Series II, 40’, 9.8” spacing, 3/4” carbide openers, Series II dry MRBs, steel packers, 5350 TBH, dual fans, rice tires, CTM. Phone 306-567-7326, Kenaston, SK. 2007 47’ BOURGAULT 5710, MRB II, 4” semi-pneumatic packers, heavy trips, speed locks, dual castors, mid row air kit has never been used, w/wo Raven NH3 autorate kit w/sectional control, $93,000, choice of 6550 or 5350 tank. Camrose, AB. 780-878-1479. 2009 42’ K-HART 3612 disc drill, single shoot, 12” spacing, blockage, like new, easy pulling, stored inside; with Flexi-Coil 2 3 2 0 T B H c a r t w i t h g r a nu l a r t a n k . 306-463-3506, Kindersley, SK. or email 2007 BOURGAULT 54’ 3310 air drill, c/w 4” paired row openers w/liquid down the middle, poly west dual boom liquid fert. distribution, Agtron seed blockage monitor, 2009 Bourgault 6350 air cart c/w 3 tank metering, in-cab rate adjust, air seeder hopper, 591 monitor, Freeform LFC2500 liquid caddy, w/new John Blue 2 piston pump. Will separate. 306-422-5763, 306-229-0824, Hoey, SK. EZEE-ON 7550, 48’ 8” air drill, 8” spacing, 3/4 Dutch carbide openers, rubber packers, sgl. shoot, w/2250 TBT tank, hyd. fan. 204-745-7231,204-750-1048, St. Leon, MB 40’ BOURGAULT 5710 air drill w/Bourgault 4300 TBH 3 compartment air tank, double shoot. Roger and Eleanor Hirsch Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, April 16, 2011, Estevan, SK. For sale bill and photos view 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962. 2000 2320 FLEXI-COIL SEED CART, TBH, dual shoot, 5-run, 3 feed rollers incl., air seeder hopper, $20,000 OBO. Evansburg, AB, 780-727-3554, 780-621-4656. 1991 CONCORD 6012, 3000 tank, liquid kit, markers, field ready, $35,000. Phone 306-731-2333, Lumsden, SK. 3912 CONSERVA PAK and 2320 TBT, 3 tanks, double shoot, $38,000. Halkirk, AB. Call 403-884-2331.

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. EZEE-ON 7550 40’ air drill, heavy trips, 3” rubber packers, 8” spacing, tank options. Call 204-248-2359, cell 204-723-0359, Notre Dame, MB. 2006 JD 1820 45’, all updates, 19” DS 1910 350 bu. cart, var. rate, dual wheels, blockage monitors, exc., low acres, field ready. $110,000. 306-541-3434 Regina SK JD 1820/1910 60’, steel packers, 10” spacing, all run blockage, 430 bus. tank, Atom Jet side band, variable rate, $110,000. 306-421-0448, Torquay, SK. CASE/IH 45’ 8500, rubber packers, atom jet openers, Patterson liquid kit, fill auger. 306-752-4226, 306-921-7900, Melfort, SK. FLEXI-COIL 7000 60’, slim DS, Atom Jet, blockage, steel packers, low acres, 3450 TBT 2003, DS, 10,000 acres cart life. Priced to move. 306-628-3528, Leader, SK. 2003 BOURGAULT 5350 TBH, DS, 3TM, 491 monitor, rice tires, airseeder hopper, stored inside, excellent condition, $47,000 OBO. 306-948-2363, Biggar, SK. AS NEW NH P2050 air drill 29’, DS, TBH P1030 air tank, 280 bu., stored inside. 403-832-2415, Seven Persons, AB. 2002 BOURGAULT SERIES II, 40’ 5710 MRB, NH3 kit, 3225 tank; Versatile 935, 325 HP. 306-247-4818, Scott, SK. 34’ GREAT PLAINS, 7” space, 100 bu. and 75 bu. tanks, good cond., $10,000. Gravelbourg, SK. 306-648-3418, 306-648-7518. 33’ FLEXI-COIL 5000, TBH 1720 cart, single shoot, 7.2” spacing, 3/4” knives, 3 rollers, $28,000. 306-648-2959, Gravelbourg, SK. WANTED: 50’ TO 75’ Seed Hawk or Seed Master air drill with or without tank. Phone 306-647-2459, Theodore, SK. BOURGAULT 40’ 5710, MRB’s, new rubber press, $49,900; $39,900; Bourgault 54’ 5710, MRB’s and TBT 5350, $119,900; Bourgault 60’ 8810, packers, DS and Bourgault 5440 tank, $106,000; Flexi-Coil 51’ 5000 12” w/mid row shank and JD 787, $45,900; Flexi-Coil 57’ 5000 9”, rubber, DS and Flexi-Coil 2320, $39,900; Flexi-Coil 5000 39’ w/2320, coming. Note: Will separate Flexi-Coil drills/tanks. Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 1994 MORRIS 40’ air drill, single shoot, 6180 tank, fresh recap packers, Bourgault hole opener. 306-354-2206, Mossbank, SK. 1997 4010 40’ Concord/CIH (red) c/w 3400 TBH tank, DS, anhydrous kit, disc levelers on all openers, Anderson openers, exc. cond., many new parts, extra parts, $36,000 OBO. 403-742-5795, Erskine, AB. 2009 60’ 60-12, 12” spacing, Seed hawk tool bar w/dual casters on wings, 30.5x32 on rear frame, 400 plus Seed hawk seed cart, 2 fans, $220,500. 306-449-2255, A E Chicoine Farm Equip.,Storthoaks, SK. 2009 SEED HAWK 600 air tank, all options, SCT ready, TBH, used one season, $85,000 OBO. 306-497-2715, Blaine Lake, SK.

70 NEWLY REBUILT Atom Jet 3” paired row, dual shoot granular seed boots, 50% of new price. 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK 2010 61’ MORRIS CONTOUR, 12” paired Ph: (204) 724-4519 row, 5.5 packer, done 2500 acres, c/w In Alberta Call: 2006 Flexi-Coil 430 bu. cart, mint cond., $180,000 OBO. 306-775-1564, Regina, SK. (403) 330-9085 JD 730 AIR DRILL, 44’, new sweeps, new NEW FLOATERS for JD and Case spray- discs and bearings, no air tank, asking ers, 710/70R38 or 650/65/R38, Michelin $28,500. Ph. 780-538-4651, Wanham, AB. or Alliance; Dual kits and floats for Apache 40’ MORRIS NEVER pin disc. drill c/w 10” sprayers. 306-697-2856, Grenfell, SK. spacing, side band, liquid or dry. Like new. $29,500; 7240 Morris TBT tank c/w 3rd tank. Excellent. $38,500. 306-441-1259, North Battleford, SK. 2002 MORRIS MAXIM II 29” air drill, 10” 1997 JD 42’ 1850 disc drill, 10” spacing, spacing, SS w/3-1/2” openers, 7180 TBH liquid fertilizer kit, Haukaas markers, 20 tank, always shedded, not used last 2 yrs. point crumbler closing wheels with HD Phone 306-629-3736, Morse, SK. b e a r i n g s , s h e d d e d , $ 2 2 , 5 0 0 . JD 797, 230 bu. seed cart, TBH, DS, c/w 3 306-342-4978, Glenbush, SK. rollers, rear hitch, good condition, asking 1997 4010 40’ Case/IH Concord, red, 10” $19,500. 403-680-4318, Calgary, AB. spacing, 5 plex, spring cushion c-shank, FLEXI-COIL 400 40’ single shoot, 9” space farmland boots, with knock-on sweeps, w/1600 tank converted to air drill with 2” harrows, single shoot, liquid kit, 2300 Dutch on shank packers and 2” spike openCase/IH Concord seed tank, rice tires, er, $21,000 OBO. 780-336-1999, Killam AB $47,000. 306-449-2255, A. E. Chicoine Farm Equip., Storthoaks, SK. 1997 40’ BOURGAULT 8810, 8” spacing, lb. heavy trips, 3/4 Bourgault carbide WANTED: USED 30’ AIR DRILL, disc type 550 Series I MRBs (3 yrs), QA gang packor double shoot, w/tank, 306-370-4904, tips, ers and harrows, Dickey John NH3 rate Hepburn, SK. controller, exc.; 2003 BG 5350 air tank, 34’ MORRIS MAXIM air drill, 7180 tank, single shoot/fan, CRA, Rice tires, shedded, 10” space, FS, paired row, NH3 kit, NH3 mint. Will consider splitting, $100,000 tank; 1975 Chevy C60 truck w/wo 1200 OBO. 306-682-3468, Humboldt, SK. gal water tank. 306-241-3140 Langham SK 1997 4012 CONCORD w/liquid kit, dou49’ MORRIS MAXIM w/6300 TBH tank, ble shoot, 340 bu. tank, Edge-On shanks, DS, 10” spacings, single fan, $25,000. $27,900 OBO. 780-581-0662 Vermilion AB. 306-925-4834, 306-925-4440 Carnduff, SK 2006 56’ SEEDHAWK, 10” spacing, on 76 ATOM JET OPENERS, 4” double board 397 w/3rd tank, liquid kit, 8” fill aushoot, paired row, carbide, for C-shank, ger. Phone 306-335-2811, Lemberg, SK. $100/ea.; 45’ of 3.5” steel packers for JD 1895 42’ single disc air drill, 10” space, 5000 Flexi-Coil drill on 9” spacing, c/w ax- MRB, c/w JD 1910 350, 3 tank TBH, les and bearings ready to bolt on, $6500. variable rate, shedded, delivery available, 780-837-1664, 780-837-0146, Falher, AB. $140,000. 780-847-3792, Marwayne, AB. 45’ FLEXI-COIL 5000, 9” spacing, DS, 3” rubber, 2320 tank, asking $ 48 ,000. WANTED: USED 3” packers and gangs for Flexi-Coil 5000, 9” spacings. Phone 306-648-2859, Gravelbourg, SK. 306-472-5700, Lafleche, SK. MORRIS NEVER PIN 34’, 2003, 7240 tank, mid-row banding, NH3, seed directly 2008 NH SD 440, 39’, 4” paired row openinto hay or pasture. All disc machine. Os- ers on 10” centers, double shoot, double castors, harrows, w/3450 Flexi-Coil cart, 3 ler, SK. 306-239-4786 or 306-230-6690. comp. primary blockage, $95,000. Ninton NEW 2011 FLEXI-COIL 5000 HD 58’, 10”, Jct., AB. ph 780-723-8033, 780-712-1964. 4” rubber, c/w TBT 4350 variable rate double shoot. Cam Don Motors 306-237-4212, COMPLETE FLEXI-COIL DISC markers, to fit model 5000 air drills, $500. Perdue, SK. 306-629-3825, Morse, SK. 2007 55’ BOURGAULT 3310, 10” spacing, $159,000; 2000 64’ Bourgault 5710, 2003 5350 BOURGAULT air seeder tank, 12” spacing, MRB, $79,000; 2003 Bour- dual shoot. Contact 306-398-2695 or gault 5710 54’, 9.8” spacing, DS, rubber, 306-398-7838, Cut Knife, SK. $89,000; 1998 54’ Bourgault 5710, 9.8”, MORRIS MAXIM, low acre, 30’ air drill, MRB, steel, $59,000; 1993 45’ Flexi-Coil 7.2” spacing, single shoot, liquid fertilizer, 5000, 2320 tank, 9” spacing, single shoot, 7130 TBH cart, motor driven fan, shedded, $59,000; 1996 Concord 48-12, 48’, 12” $28,900. 306-744-7663 or 306-744-7930, spacing, liquid, $29,000; 1998 Bourgault TWO 320/90R50 and two 320/85R34 5000, 2320 TBT, 9” spacing, 4” rubber Saltcoats, SK. M i c h e l i n r a d i a l s t o fi t M X t r a c t o r. packers, $79,000; 2006 Bourgault 6550, 3 RETIRING: 1993 3500 Ez-On air drill, 32’, 306-335-2768, Lemberg, SK. tank meter, $89,000; 1998 Bourgault floating hitch, 8” spacing, dual shoot, liq4350, DS, $38,000; 1996 Bourgault 3225, uid, new carbide boots, 800 gal. liquid 72’ 3 PTH SPRAYER, 500 gal. tank, hyd. $16,500; 2008 Bourgault leading 6450, 3 tank, 115 bu. Bourgault air tank; 1980 pump, $3000; Melroe 115 Spra-Coupe, tank, $85,000; 2005 Bourgault 6550 ST, 3 Flexi-Coil 60’ tine harrow; 2000 Brandt $2500. 204-828-3267 or 204-745-0415, tank metering, DS, $79,000; 1991 Bour- QF1500 100’ sprayer, dual nozzle, autoGraysville, MB. gault 3165, reconditioned, $14,500; Morris rate, chem mix tank, hyd. pump, wind Mag 2+ 1610 cart, $9,900; Bourgault FH screens, 16.5x16.1 tires, foam markers; WANTED: 23.1x26 tires on 10 bolts, Ro- 5 3 6 , 4 2 / 2 1 5 5 , $ 1 8 , 0 0 0 ; F l e x i - C o i l Degelman ground drive rockpicker. For gator rims. Phone Jim, Choiceland, SK, 800/1610, 33’, $19,500; new 53’ 8810 cul- more info. 306-336-2751 leave msg, Lip306-862-8518. tivator, call for pricing. RD Ag Central, ton, SK. 2003 HARMON 5280, 52’, 12” spacing, BLUMHART 3 PTH sprayer, 300 gallon, 67’, 306-542-3335, 306-542-8180, Kamsack SK hyd. pump and fold, autorate, foam mark- 39’ MORRIS MAXIM air drill, 7300 TBH double shoot, heavy packers, 350 bushel. er, always shedded, $6900. 204-556-2277, tank, Atom Jet boots, asking $45,000. H a r m o n t o w b e t w e e n a i r c a r t . 306-554-3122, Wynyard, SK. Cromer, MB. 306-537-5677, Lampman, SK. For N ea res t D ea ler C a ll

WANTED: EZEE-ON 29’-33’ air drill, 10” 2000 4012 Case Concord air drill, 2400 spacing, w/ground drive fan cart, in good air tank, 12” space, edge on shanks, Ancondition. 306-997-5704, Borden, SK. derson openers, w/wo NH3, exc. cond. 1995 JD 730 air drill, 44’, TBT 787 cart, $41,000 obo. 780-679-5967 Armena, AB. 170 bu., 9” row spacing, liquid kit on cult., 45’ FLEXI-COIL, 5” carbide tips, 10” with a l w ay s s h e d d e d , $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 . C a l l D o n 5” rubber packers, double fan, variable 204-856-9307, MacGregor, MB. rate tank, 3850 monitors, harrows, lights, 2004 BOURGAULT 5710, 64’, 3-1/2” steel done only 4500 acres in 3 years, always packers w/10” spacing, c/w 2004 5440 s t o r e d i n s h e d , l o o k s l i k e n e w. TBH tank, 10” auger, double shoot, rear 403-371-7100, 520-876-0130, Dalemead, AB. Email: hitch. 306-397-2678, Edam, SK. BOURGAULT 6550, 3 tank meter1998 41’ MORRIS MAXIM 6240 tank, 2006 duals, rear hitch, dual fans, $82,000; double shoot, carbide openers, blockage ing, BOURGAULT 4300, 3 tank metering monitor, asking $36,000. Montmartre, SK. 1997 single fan, $25,000. Call 306-228-9034, Phone 306-424-2645. 306-228-7781, Unity, SK. CONCORD AIR DRILL, red, 3612, 4” 50 ANDERSON OPENERS, triple shoot knock-on opener, Haukaas markers, full NH3, fits C-shanks, $50 OBO. Phone Agtron blockage monitors, 230 bu. tank 306-873-5788, Tisdale, SK. w/rice tires, field ready, $32,500. Phone 306-640-8049, Assiniboia, SK. BOURGAULT 5710 30’, 9.8” MRB, with tank, only 5200 acres. $63,000 2008 BOURGAULT 3310PHD, 74’, 12” 5200 spacing, double shoot air pkg., 5.4” pack- 306-856-2304, Ardath, SK. ers, double casters, dutch low draft paired 2008 JOHN DEERE 1830 drill, 56.5’, 10” row triple shoot openers, asking $148,000; spacing, dual shoot, dutch low draft paired 2006 Bourgault 6550ST tank, 4 tank me- row openers, 4.5” semi-pneumatic packtering, dual shoot, dual fan, rear hitch, de- ers, double walking casters. With 2008 luxe 10” auger, rear duals, asking $98,000. John Deere 1910 430 bu. air cart. Three 306-743-7657, 306-743-7679, Langen- tank, variable rate, dual shoot, front caster burg, SK. duals. Unit in very nice shape. Asking 1997 MORRIS AIR drill. 34’, 7180 TBT $131,000. Langenburg, SK. 306-743-7657 tank, double shoot 12” spacing, Atom Jet or 306-743-7679. 3” paired row openers. $33,000 OBO. 1995 35’ BOURGAULT 5710, 7” spacing, 306-796-7441, Central Butte, SK. 350 lb. trip, new hoses, c/w 2130 air tank, 1998 MORRIS MAXIM 40’, 7-1/2” spac- single shoot, $31,000. 306-476-2501, ing, 3-1/2” steel packers, rock guards, Rockglen, SK. mud scrapers, edge-on shanks, AtomJet GEN OPENERS from Flexi-Coil air drill. side band openers, dual shoot, c/w 2000 Phone 306-547-2792 eves., Hazel Dell, SK. Morris 7300 TBH cart, w/40 bu. third tank, 5000 FLEXI-COIL AIR drill, with 2320 air $49,500. 306-548-4344, Sturgis, SK. tank and 3rd tank, $48,000. DEAL: 2001 JD 1820 61’ w/tank, $60,000; 306-768-2715, Carrot River, SK. Steiger CM360 w/1997 4710 Concorde, 4480 HARMON DRILL with 6180 Morris $40,000. 306-642-8230, Moose Jaw, SK. double shoot tank, $20,000 OBO. Call CONCORD 60 12, 4 row, Dutch 6” paired 306-429-2702, Glenavon, SK. row boots, Flexi-Coil air pack, NH3 kit, ATO M J E T ( l i q u i d o r a n h y d ro u s ) $40,000. Ph. 306-862-8233, Codette, SK. openers, wing type. Used 1 yr, Regina, 2009 SEED HAWK 4412 and 500 bu. SK. area, no rocks. Have 68 openers. TBH Seed Hawk cart, large front E m a i l j e t t e r 0 5 6 3 @ h o t m a i l . c o m castors, only seeded 3500 acres, 306-536-0380. shedded. Provost, AB. Phone 4 0 3 - 4 7 9 - 2 8 0 6 o r 7 8 0 - 7 5 3 - 7 2 5 7 WANTED: BARTON OPENERS for FlexiCoil 8000 air drill. Phone 780-367-2494 email: anytime, Willingdon, AB. BOURGAULT 5710 62’, single shoot, c/w 5 4 4 0 t a n k , c l e a n u n i t . C a l l M e r l i n 1998 HARMON 4480 air drill, w/Flexi-Coil 1330 air cart, 1000 gal. liquid cart, 780-918-0130, Radway, AB. $29,000. 306-961-2713, Prince Albert, SK. 1994 33’ FLEXI-COIL 5000 w/2320 tank, 9” spacing, double shoot, 550 lb. trips, 3.5” 3280 HARMON air drill 32’, w/1900 tank. 12” spacing paired row, single shoot with steel packers. 306-278-7361, Glenavon SK. NH3, $21,000. 780-372-4138, Bashaw, AB. 2010 56’ JD AIR DRILL, 1830 hoe drill, 10” spacing, double shoot w/tow between, 2003 JD 1890 with 787 TBH 230 bushel, 430 bushel tank, seeded under 4000 acres. really nice drill, $55,000; 94 Concord 4010 with 3000 TBH 300 bushel cart, NH3, 306-773-0773, Swift Current, SK. dutch openers, 5 plex, $30,000. FLEXICOIL 5000 45’ air drill and flexicoil 701-570-0896, Ray, North Dakota. 2320 TBH tank w/9” spacing, single shoot, 550 lb. trips, liquid fert. kit, 4” rubber DAVIDSON TRUCKING, PULLING AIR capped packers, disc markers, single hyd. drills/ air seeders, packer bars, Alberfan, tank tires, FOR SALE BY AUCTION ta and Sask. 30 years experience. Bob A p r i l 2 5 t h , S h e l l b r o o k , S K . C a l l Davidson, Drumheller, 403-823-0746 3 0 6 - 4 4 5 - 5 0 0 0 fo r d e t a i l s o r v i s i t 2004 NH SD440, 57.9”, double shoot, PL#914618 dual casters, 3-1/2” steel packers, atom 2000 BOURGAULT 5710, 54’. Auction Tues- jet openers, c/w SC-430 variable rate, TBT day April 19th, Tisdale, SK. 306-873-5488 tank, dual fans, hyd. unloading auger and 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 , on-board seed treater, shedded. Phone (PL# 912715) 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK. 1999 BOURGAULT 8810, 52’, 8” spacing, 2002 JD 1900, 430 bu., TBH 6-run DS 550 lb. trip, dual shoot air kit, Atom Jet, grain cart c/w 4-feed rollers, 8” fill auger, Valley packers, QA harrows and packers, $31,500. Dale 306-364-2142 Jansen, SK. $55,000; 2001 Bourgault 5350 air tank, dual shoot/fan, $45,000. 306-647-2459, 306-641-7759, Theodore, SK. FLEXI-COIL 1720, TBT, air tank, double shoot, stored inside, exc. cond., $17,000 OBO. 403-652-1896 eves, High River, AB. 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. 1997 MORRIS MAXIM, 49’, 10” space, midrow NH3 coulters, single shoot w/alpine liquid, 6 run TBH Morris air kit, one owner, $25,000 OBO. Ph. 306-365-7149, 306-365-4752 Lanigan, 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. 2005 HARMON 4480 air drill, 44’, 5 plex, split seed boots, autorate NH3, w/matching 2005 3100 grain cart, top condition, low acre, very good seeder, $45,000. 306-874-7590, Naicam, SK. 2005 29’ MORRIS Maxim II air drill, 7240 TBT, double shoot, 10” spacings, Atom Jets. 306-969-2106, Minton, SK. BOURGAULT 5710 52’, 12.6” spacing, MRB’s, 5440 double shoot tank, $75,000. 306-456-2884, Oungre, SK. 49’ MORRIS MAXIM, 6240 tank, 3.5” steel packers, 10” spacings, 1” carbide knives, asking $25,000. 306-379-4418 or 306-831-6196, D’Arcy, SK. 2005 CONSERVA PAK 5612, Platinum II Independent openers, new set of paired row openers last yr; $85,000; 2006 3850 Flexi-Coil TBH 6 run DS variable rate, $45,000. 780-778-0796, Mayerthorpe, AB. NEW NOBLE 9000 Seed-O-Vator, 42’ edgeon shanks, 16” shovels, steel packers, 7” spacings, hyd. rod, double shoot, no air cart, $7500. 306-642-5771, Verwood, SK. WANTED: METER ROLLER for Flexi-Coil 50 Series and newer. 780-939-3601, 780-718-3778, Morinville, 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, $32,000. Call Jim 306-695-2449, or Chris 306-695-2460, Indian Head, SK. 5-1/2” NOMADIC PACKERS for 64’ 5710 Bourgault air drill. Call 306-273-4745, Stornoway, SK. WANTED: USED 3” steel packers and gangs for Flexi-Coil 5000, 9” spacing. Phone 306-939-4565, Earl Grey, SK.

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. 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 1998 60’ MORRIS MAXIM, DS, 1 yr. old Dutch boots, 3” steel packers, c/w 360 bu. 3rd tank, var. rate, rice tires, $59,000 OBO. Stephen 403-795-1171, Fort MacLeod, AB. 2004 FORD NH 33’ SD440 and TBT SC180 mechanical tank. 9” spacing, DS, 4.5” steel packers, dual casters, mud scrapers, work switch, Stealth 3” paired row, shedded, mint. Ph. 403-526-1288, Medicine Hat, AB. 2004 MORRIS MAXIM II air drill, 35’, 10’’ spacing, DS with Atom Jet granular side band openers, c/w Morris TBH 7180 tank, $40,000. 306-741-9408, Aneroid, SK. SEEDHAWK 3212 WITH 600 acres on new seed and fert. openers. Set up with Raven NH3. Loup II drill monitor for tank level and seed count. Drill fill, hitch and winch. albums/vv297/Toader13/IMG_1349.jpg or email:

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. 1996 EZEE-ON 7500, 33-10 on steel, 2175 tank, 3 compartments, hydraulic fan. 306-648-3524, Gravelbourg, SK. CONCORD 3710 air drill, 5” pneumatic packers, Concord 3400 air tank full w/blockage monitors and levelers. Asking $39,000. 306-692-2892, 306-631-6589, Drinkwater, SK. MORRIS MAXIM AIR drill, 34’ single shoot, 7.5” spacing, rubber packers with 7180 Morris air tank, $33,000. 204-352-4378, Plumas, MB. 2002 FLEXI-COIL 5000, 57’, 9” spacing, 550 lb. trips, single shoot, 4.5” steel packers, new small and large hoses, 1 season on VW10 full carbide points and seed boots, TBT, no tank, great shape, asking $49,000. 403-647-1127, Grassy Lake, AB. 2007 HARMON 5280 52’ air drill, 3150 tank, single shoot, 9.6” spacing, mud scrapers, shedded, excellent condition. 306-357-2001, Wiseton, SK. 2002 3280 HARMON air drill, 32’, 9.6” spacing, c/w Ezee-On 2175 tank, liquid or NH3, also 1000 gal. TBT liquid cart, excellent cond., $28,000 (will separate liquid kit and cart). 403-740-4766, Donalda, AB. 33’ CONSERVAPAK, 12” spacing, c/w 787 JD tank, new seed tubes, etc ., $42,000 OBO. 403-284-0027, Fairview, AB.


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2- 1998 BOURGAULT 5710, 12” spacing, liquid kits, Atom Jet knives- used 1 season, 4” rubber, 3-1/2” steel packers, $36,500 each. Call 306-228-9034 or 306-228-7781, Unity, SK. 1994 FLEXI-COIL 5000, 45’, 9” spacing, 2320 tank, steel packers, liquid kit, $35,000. 306-946-2784 or 306-946-2373, Watrous, 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

2008 MORRIS 47’ CONTOUR air drill, 12” spacing, paired double shoot boots, dual castor wheels on wings, Morris TBH 8336XL, field ready. Call for pricing. 403-652-2414, High River, AB. 4812 CONCORD/CIH 1999, Edge-On shanks, chrome 5” openers, 3 bar harrows, c/w Flexi-Coil 2320 seed cart. 403-823-9370, Drumheller, AB. BOURGAULT 50’ COMMANDER cultivator, air kit, Broadcast kit, rear tow hitch, knock-on shovels, $8,000. 306-338-3647, Wadena, SK. 2000 SEED HAWK 44’, 12” space, Agtron primary blockage, DS, air kit c/w 1998 Flexi-Coil 3450 TBH cart, $82,500. Dale 306-364-2142, Jansen, SK. 1997 FLEXI-COIL 6000 airdrill with a 1999 3450 cart TBH rebuilt in 2010. Asking $75,000. 780-623-7706 or email: Lac La Biche, AB. 2010 54’ BOURGAULT 5710, dual casters, dual shoot drive, 9.8” spacing, Series II MRB’s, 1” vertical openers, 3” rubber packers, seeded 1500 acres, $120,000 OBO. 306-322-4483, Archerwill, SK.

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2008 BOURGAULT 3310 75’, 10” spacing, MRB, $160,000; 2010 Bourgault 6550, 4 tanks, DS, high output fans, Zinx monitor for variable rate application, $110,000. 306-441-4529, North Battleford, 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. FLEXI-COIL 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.

1994 BOURGAULT 8800, 32’, heavy 39’ FLEXI-COIL 5000 air drill, w/12” spac- trips, 4-bar harrows, 8” spacing and 3165 ing, 1720 tank, asking $30,000. Phone air cart, single shoot, new hyd. fan motor, 306-773-9729, Swift Current, SK. big rubber, rear hitch, 8” auger, mint cond, $30,000; Also 1992 CASE/IH 9230 4 WD 1998 FLEXI-COIL 5000, 57’, 12” spacing, available. Ph 306-783-3897, Yorkton, SK. 5” rubber packers, liquid fertilizer, with 1998 Flexi-Coil 2320 TBT air cart, field 2000 CASE/IH CONCORD 2300 air tank, ready, $45,000 OBO. 306-728-4899 or ext. to 310 bu., rice tires, exc. cond., always shedded, $18,500. 204-238-4911 or 306-728-7077, Melville, SK. 204-734-8261, Bowsman, MB. 28’ SEED HAWK 100 bushel onboard seed tank, 787 JD TBH tank, twin wing 7300 MORRIS AIR tank. Complete new o p e n e r s , 1 0 ” s p a c i n g , $ 4 5 , 0 0 0 . 10” auger. Good shape. Esterhazy, SK. Phone 306-745-2415 or 745-7168. 780-581-4198, Minburn, AB. BOURGAULT 8800, 40’, 8” spacing, 42007 JD 1830 57’, 10” spacing, single 1996 Q/A harrows, 11” heavy trips and shoot, 3” rubber packers with 2007 JD bar, knive granular kit, original 1910 430 bu. air cart. 306-464-2135, Lang, owner, knock-ons, $18000; 1996 Bourgault 2130 tank, SK. hyd. fan/auger, double shoot kit, original BOURGAULT MIDROW BANDERS 24 MR owner $5000. 306-372-4492, Luseland, SK Series 20, exc. cond., $395 ea. Grosse Isle, BOURGAULT FH 32’ w/packers and harMB. Phone 204-791-0313, 204-981-1066. rows. 8” spacing, 3/4” carbide knock-ons. bu. tank w/monitor, auger, hyd. fan AUCTION: SEED HAWK 40’. Call Hodgins 155 motor. $14,000. OBO 306-748-2666 MelAuctioneers 1-800-667-2075! PL 915407. ville, SK. 357 SEEDHAWK 42’, liquid and dry fert- WANTED: FLEXI-COIL 820 25’-40’ and lizer. Ph 306-453-6092 or 306-577-7836 60’. Please call 403-586-0641, Olds, AB. cell, Carlyle, SK. BOURGAULT 8810 60’, packers, DS and 2000 33’ FLEXI-COIL 5000, 12” spacing, 5540 tank, $106,000. Ph Hergott Farm 5-1/2” rubber packers, DS stealth openers, Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. Ezee-On 2175 hyd. fan tank, Raven NH3 kit BOURGAULT 8800 32’, 2115 tank, 8” $46,000. 403-934-6627, Strathmore, AB. spacing, poly packers, knives, good shape, FLEXI-COIL 1610 TBT air tank, like new, 5 $ 1 8 , 5 0 0 O B O . 3 0 6 - 8 8 2 - 3 8 2 7 , run, always shedded, never seen fertilizer. 306-426-2528, Rosetown, SK. 403-664-2039, Oyen, AB. 2000 BOURGAULT 8810, 30’ with Series 48’ EZEE-ON 5 sec. air drill, rubber press, II MRB and packers c/w 2006 Bourgault c/w 350 variable rate tank. 306-648-3216, 5250, 3 tanks, 2 fans, in-cab master control, shedded until this year, $75,000. 306-648-7835, Gravelbourg, SK. 780-624-3694, Peace River, AB. 2006 50’ SEED HAWK 50-10 air drill with Bourgault 4350 air tank and 2000 gallon BOURGAULT 9200, 36’ air seeder, 12” liquid tank. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land spacing, 4-bar harrows, speed locks, Flexiand farm equipment Auction, Saturday, Coil 1610 plus cart, fine roller, auger, good April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. Visit c o n d i t i o n , $ 2 0 , 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 4 4 5 - 9 9 3 3 , for sale 306-246-4251, Mayfair, SK. b i l l a n d p h o t o s . M a c k Au c t i o n C o . BOURGAULT 2-195 air tank, very good 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. PL 311962. condition. Phone 306-948-2896 Biggar SK.


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NEW FLEXI-COIL 4350 TBH mechanical and 4350 TBT VR in stock. Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. 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. 40’ BOURGAULT 8800 seeding tool with Bourgault 3195 air tank. The Estate of Rocky Gillies, Land and Farm Equipment Auction, Thursday, April 14, 2011, Big Beaver, SK. area. For sale bill and photos visit Mack Auction Co. 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. PL 311962.

FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 82 harrows, 70’, $4000. Phone 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. Pics available at 2010 DEGELMAN 7651 51’ landroller, like n e w, $ 3 3 , 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 7 2 8 - 4 8 9 9 o r 1990 BOURGAULT 36-42, 40’, floating 306-728-7077, Melville, SK. hitch, 550 trips, 8” spacing, 11” knock-ons, 3-bar harrows, 2155 tank. Asking $8550. Call: eves: 306-826-5273; 306-826-5401 at noon. Marsden, SK. BOURGAULT 8800 40’ AIR SEEDER, 8” spacing, floating hitch, granular kit, Bourgault knock-ons and knives, 330 lb. trips, w/poly packers and 4-bar harrows, quick detach, c/w 3195 BOURGAULT AIR TANK w/3rd tank, field ready, fully monitored, asking $29,000. Ph. 306-452-3209, 306-452-7955, Redvers, SK. 1993 JD 787, 230 bu., TBH w/35’ 610, 12” spacing, 3-bar harrows, All-Run moni- MORRIS 44’ CONCEPT 2000, knock-on tor, Broadcast air kit, shedded, $22,000. shovels, Honeybee rod, Morris poly packers, JD 787 TBH air tank, $26,000. Phone 306-753-2833, Macklin, SK. 306-962-3821, Eston, SK. FLEXI-COIL 800, 29’ air seeder, 4-bar harrows, broadcast kit, NH3 kit, new sweeps, VICON 1650 AIR seeder, c/w 4000 deep 1720 tank, dual caster, 3 rollers, new fan tillage seeding tool. 306-443-2257 after motor, always shedded, system 75 pack- 6:00 PM, Alida, SK. ers, field ready $29,000 OBO. 1995 BOURGAULT 8800 40’, 8” spacing, 780-736-2213, Thorhild, AB. 4 bar harrows and poly packers, new 3/4” BOURGAULT 8800 40’, 8” spacing, 4 bar carbide knives with Speed-Loc, 2155 tank, harrow, poly packers, 3195 cart w/PDM low acres, one owner. Ph 306-567-3067, augers, Agtron monitors, heavy trips, Bladworth, SK. $30,000. 306-354-2552, Mossbank, SK 32’ BOURGAULT 8810, 8” spacing, all run 2001 FLEXI-COIL 2340 air cart, TBH, Agtron monitors, 3/4” carbide speed locks, variable rate, all options; Also 2007 SC quick detach poly packers and harrows, 380 NH air cart, variable rate, TBH, all op- 3225 single fan tank, excellent, $43,000. tions. 204-389-5463, Winnipeg Beach, MB. 306-962-3871, Madison, SK. 33’ 5500 IHC, 12” spacing with prastco 1998 BOURGAULT 9400, 34’ (28’-34’), 5575 air cart, Agtron monitors, mounted 2155 tank, shedded, granular kit, side harrows and rubber packers. $4,000. draft eliminators, speed lock adapters, 12,000 acres, $32,000. 403-823-6216, 306-354-2552, Mossbank, SK. Drumheller, AB. 2001 JD 1900 twin tank, 360 bu. air cart, 8 0 0 x 3 8 r e a r t i r e s , g o o d c o n d i t i o n . 1994 MORRIS 8900, 33’, single shoot, 750 trip, 9.5” spacing, 3/4” and 8” openers, DEGELMAN LR7651 LAND ROLLER, 306-528-2072, Nokomis, SK. 6 1 8 0 c a r t w / 3 r d t a n k , $ 1 9 , 5 0 0 . 51’, 3 piece folding, used less than 3000 1993 BOURGAULT FH536 40’, c/w 2155 air 204-937-3195, Roblin, MB. acres, as new, shedded, $37,500; Flexicart, packers, harrows, new knock-on knives, shovels, $12,000. Can email pics. 1998 BOURGAULT 8810, 35’, medium trip, Coil System 82 harrows, 70’, $4000. 4-bar HD harrows w/poly packers, knock- 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. 306-379-4318, D’Arcy, SK. ons w/narrow points, granular kit, indi24’ 8810 BOURGAULT, 450 lb. trips, 8” vidual blockage kit, 3225 dual shoot air TROUBLE SEEDING WET FIELDS? Conspacing, Broadcast kit, c/w 2130 air cart, tank w/optional 3rd tank, single fan, 194 vert your chisel plow into a vertical tillage tool! Our attachment lets you aerate and shedded. 780-889-2204, Heisler, AB. monitor, exc. cond., $49,000. Pincher warm your soil easily, without the extra BOURGAULT 4350, DS, c/w 5710 40’, Creek, AB., 403-627-2764, 403-627-7363, cost of a new machine. Get ready for MRB’s dry, rubber packers. Call Merlin s p r i n g b y c a l l i n g F l a m a n S a l e s at 780-918-0130, Radway, AB. 1-888-435-2626 or visit 5710 BOURGAULT 40’ air drill w/mid row 24’- 28’ hydraulic adjustable Flexi-Coil P30 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 75 coil packer 60’, b a n d e r s , c / w 5 3 0 0 s e r i e s a i r t a n k , p a c k e r s , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , $ 1 0 0 0 . 1.75” coils non-spring pressure, exc. cond., $62,500. 306-768-2715, Carrot River, SK. $14,000. 403-627-2764 or 403-627-7363, 306-441-6354 at North Battleford, SK. 6350 BOURGAULT AIR TANK, 3 tanks me- WANTED: ROTARY HARROWS, 30’ or Pincher Creek, AB. tering and in-cab controls, $56,000. smaller. Phone John 306-955-4645, 40’ GANG MOUNTED K-Hart packers, 12” 306-768-2715, Carrot River, SK. spacing now, but adjustable to all direcSaskatoon, SK. WANTED: LOADING AUGER for 1100 Se- DEGELMAN LR7651 land roller, 51’, 3 tions, $3500 OBO. Loren at 306-747-3770, r i e s F l e x i - C o i l o r c o m p l e t e t a n k . piece folding, used less than 3000 acres, Shellbrook, SK. 306-876-4707, Hubbard, SK. as new, shedded, $37,500. Calgary, AB. Phone 403-936-5797. Pictures available at Th e Air se e d e r H op p e r 2009 82’ DEGLEMAN 7000 heavy harrow, M a k e tha t sim p le link to you r Seed fully hydraulic, done less than 3000 acres. Ta nk a nd Sem iTra iler. C heck u s ou t a t: 306-743-5178, Langenburg, 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.

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.

DEGELMAN HEAVY HARROWS 70’, can be shortened to 50’, good cond. Asking $16,000. 306-771-4209, 306-536-2990, White City, SK. 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. 2003 52’ AGRITEC HD landroller, 42” pipe, $25,000 OBO. 306-662-3388, Maple Creek, SK. FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 95 harrow packer 70’, 1.75” coils, 5-bar harrows, exc. cond., $14,000. 403-627-2764 or 403-627-7363, Pincher Creek, AB. 70’ DEGELMAN HEAVY harrow, field ready, $21,000. Lanigan, SK. 306-365-4695. 2008 50’ DEGELMAN heavy harrow hydraulic tine angle, used less than 1000 acres. 306-626-3651, Cabri, SK.

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. 1997 MORRIS MAXIM 39’ air seeder, Edge-On shanks, 12” spacing, 7180 TBT cart, $39,000. 306-577-8771, Carlyle, 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. HARMON 32’, TRIPLE flex, 12” spacing, 3100 tank, shedded, $14,000. Phone: 780-674-5732, Neerlandia, AB. FLEXI-COIL harrow packers, 1-1/2” 1995 BOURGAULT 8800, 28’ w/packers, air 60’ system 95, $6000. 306-398-2923, Cut kit, always shedded, excellent condition. coil Knife, SK. Best offer. 204-638-0911, Dauphin, MB EMPIRE 2010 ULTRA packer landroller 40’. 2002 BOURGAULT 5350 air tank, DS, 2 306-658-4227, Biggar, SK. fans, rear hitch, asking $39,500. Call BRANDT HEAVY HARROWS, 70’, 5/8x26” Dwight 204-573-7787, Brandon, MB. tines, exc. cond., $30,000. Andrew, AB. 1995 42’ BOURGAULT 8800 floating hitch Phone 780-365-2447 or 780-995-9966. cult., mtd. 4-bar harrows, 2195 tank, 42’ TBH, P20 Bourgault packer bar, complete. 2010 DEGELMAN LR 7651 land roller, 51’, used for 1500 acres. 306-464-2135, Lang, $40,000. 306-497-2800, Blaine Lake, SK. SK. 48 TECHNOTILL OPENERS, deeded 6000 a c r e s , 1 / 2 p r i c e $ 1 7 5 e a c h . HIGHLINE/ BOURGAULT 60’ 9/16” heavy harrows, new tires, only $18,000. Call 306-882-2120, Rosetown, SK. FLEXICOIL 800 33’ HD air seeder, 650 lb Dennis 780-651-2773 eves., St. Albert, AB. trips, double shoot, knock-on sweeps, 4- 2004 BOURGAULT HEAVY HARROW bar harrows, TBH 240 bu. tank w/3rd tank 7200, 72’, fully hyd., tine tilt, bar rise and and 33’ System 75 packer bar w/P30 pack- lower, down pressure, $28,000 OBO. Call ers, $25,000. 780-787-2115, Minburn, AB. Chris 204-868-5329, Newdale, MB. 1990 52’ BOURGAULT 8800, floating hitch 70’ MORRIS HEAVY HARROWS, $18,500. cult., mtd. 3-bar harrows, 3225 tank, 52’ 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK. TBH P20 Bourgault packer bar, complete. 80’ FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 95 harrow packer, $40,000. Ph. 306-497-2800, Blaine Lake. P-30 packers, tires and tines very good, 57’ FLEXI-COIL 5000, single shoot, liquid $10,000. 306-372-4616, Salvador, SK. kit, 4350 cart, 3.5” rubber capped packers, AUCTION: DEGELMAN 70’ Strawmaster. $65,000. Ray 306-536-0399 or Tyler Call Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075! 306-533-8834, Regina, SK. PL 915407. JOHN DEERE 735/1900 air seeder, 40’, F L E X I - C O I L S Y S T E M 8 2 t i n e h a r 7.5” spacing, 550 lb. trips, Degelman har- rows/sprayer, 500 gal. tank, can be used rows, 270 bu. 2 tank, TBH, 8” auger, just as a sprayer w/markers, $4800. OBO. $36,500. Darren 204-745-6229, Carman, 780-663-2492, Ryley, AB. MB. DEGELMAN 45’ ROLLER, excellent condiBOURGAULT 3225 TANK, double shoot, t i o n , $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 8 3 1 - 9 0 2 3 o r dual fans, one fan almost new, good 780-679-5775, Wiseton, SK. shape, c/w monitor, wires and hoses, ready to hook-up and go, $16,500. Phone 42’ MODEL 4200 Agri-Tech used landrol306-243-4407, Macrorie, SK. l 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. WANTED: TECH-NO-TILL SEED openers. 204-234-5364, Oakburn, MB. 42’ SHOP BUILT LAND ROLLER, very heavy, with transport, $20,000 OBO. Craik, BOURGAULT 8800 40’ air seeder, 8” SK. 306-734-2345, 306-734-7721. spacing, 4 bar harrows, 11” knock-ons, 3195 cart, heavy wing packer, low acres, 2009 BOURGAULT 6000 mid harrows 70’, only used approx. 2500 acres, like new, $35,000. 306-922-8149, Prince Albert, SK. $28,000 OBO. 306-287-7290, Quill Lake,SK 2002 BOURGAULT 3225 air tank, 3 tanks, dual fans, tow hitch, shedded, WANTED: HEAVY DUTY 50’ or larger land roller. 306-463-6817, Kindersley, SK. $14,000. 403-599-2108, Milo, AB.

OFF SEASON discounts on new and used rollers, trades welcome. 403-545-6340, 403-580-6889 cell. Bow Island, AB.

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. 42’ CASE/IH 6200 press drill, factory transport, reinforced hitch, bi-fold hyd. m a r ke r s , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , $ 4 0 0 0 . 306-441-6354 at North Battleford, SK. BOURGAULT PAIRED ROW seed boots, quantity 250, $10 each. 403-627-2764 or 403-627-7363, Pincher Creek, AB.

COMPLETE SET of 66 Seed Hawk twin wing openers. Phone 306-452-7931, Redvers, SK. MORRIS 7180 AIR CART, 6-run variable rate, currently set up single shoot, good condition, $8000 OBO. 306-692-4251 or 306-693-2142, Moose Jaw, SK. JD 9450 hoe drill 20’ w/grass seed attach., shedded. 306-862-9692, Nipawin, SK. NEW NOBLE 9000 Seed-O-Vator 35’ w/292 cart, new hoses, updated NH3 anhydrous couplers, $10,000. 403-599-3800, Milo AB JD 1910 340 BU., 3 tank TBH, 6 run, variable rate, excellent condition, shedded, $48,000. 780-847-3792, Marwayne, AB. 69 STEALTH 4 1/2” openers, brand new carbide tips and wings. 780-367-2593, leave message. Willingdon, AB 71 ATOMJET TWIN band triple shoot carbide openers, seed, NH3 and drive fert. on the same plane. New cost $240/opener, selling for $175. Seeded 4000 ac. 204-734-3515 or 204-734-8930, Swan River, MB. USED CONSERVA PAK PARTS: packer wheels, arms, seed boots and more. 780-663-2492, Ryley, AB. TWO MORRIS SEED-RITE 80-11 hoe drills, 2x12’s, $2000. 780-603-5307, 780-632-6372, Vegreville, AB. 30’ AND 35’ JD 455 fold-up grain drills. $35,000 and $36,000. Ph: 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. 1993 JD HOE DRILLS model 9450, new knives last year with JD transport hitch, rubber packer wheels. 306-893-2815 or cell 306-903-7100, Maidstone, SK. JD MAX EMERGE2 VACUMETER Corn Planter. 40’, 16 row, 3 point hitch, liquid fertilizer pressure kit installed, $37,000 OBO. Greg 780-704-0229, Provost, AB. FLEXI-COIL 1330 AIR CART, TBH, diamond tread tires, vg cond., asking $6800. Phone 306-375-2518, Kyle, SK. 48 ATOM JET used late model CB15 1” openers w/liquid fert. wing, good cond., $70 each. 306-398-2923, Cut Knife, SK. VALMAR 3255 IMPLEMENT granular applicator, hyd. fan, elec. clutch w/quick change metering wheels, 2 monitors, $10,000 OBO. 306-231-9182, Humboldt SK INT. 28’ DISC DRILL, factory transport, w/weeder shovels, $2500; Tailgate drill fill, $175. 306-796-7809, Central Butte, SK USED 3” RUBBER PACKERS and gangs for 61’ 1820 JD air drill. Real good condition. 306-642-7880, Kincaid, 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. WANTED: 1” ATOM JET openers for Bourgault C shank drill. 204-648-5025, Ochre River, MB. HAYBUSTER ZERO TILL DRILLS Model 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. 403-627-5429, Pincher Creek, AB. FLEXI-COIL 1720 AIR cart TBH, hyd. drive, asking $8500. 780-621-6704, Rocky Rapids, AB. JD 7100 3 PTH PLANTER, 8R36”, with towbehind JD 777 air cart for fertilizer, $9000. Will sell separately. 204-828-3267 or 204-745-0415, Graysville, MB. 3 BOURGAULT 4350 air carts, (1-1995, 2-1996’s), 6” single shoot, high output fan, center/rear PDM poly augers, HD main clutch, 491 monitor, secondary blockage sensors, rear hitch w/hyd, 10” loading auger, exc. cond., $35,000 ea. 403-627-2764 or 403-627-7363, Pincher Creek, AB. TOO WET? 48’ of BOURGAULT, 3” gang packers for 5710 drill, 9.8” spacing, less than 1/2 price. 306-421-0205, Estevan, SK FLEXI-COIL 1720 TBH air cart, dual front castor, single or DS, vg cond., $12,000 OBO. 306-662-7804, Fox Valley, SK. BOURGAULT 8810 individual mounted p a c ke r s , fo r 5 0 ’ o n 9 . 8 ” , $ 9 0 0 0 . 306-398-2923, Cut Knife, SK.

2000 FLEXI-COIL 3450, TBT, variable rate air cart, DS, 8 run, exc. cond., $38,000 OBO. Phone Ted 403-934-8503, Cluny, AB. 62 ATOM JET DOUBLE shoot side band openers for sale. Phone 306-297-3270, CONVEYOR BELT SEED TENDER to fill Shaunavon, SK. your centre fill drill or planter boxes. Gentle on seed with fast unload speed. 250 or 30’ MORRIS M-10 press drills, factory 450 bushel capacities split into 2 compart- transport, very good condition, shedded. ments for hauling 2 products. D&F Manu- 306-948-2896, Biggar, SK. facturing Ltd. 204-746-8260 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. IH 28’ 620 DD drill, 2x14’ 28 run, one good, one for parts, factory transport, grass seed attachment, rubber packers, $1400; Morris 8018 Seed-Rite 18’ hoe drill, 2000 KENWORTH with 450 bu. seed/fert mounted harrows, good organic drill. tender, 3 remote controlled compart- 780-858-2183, Chauvin, AB ments w/belt delivery, cameras. Great 42’ VERSATILE 2200 hoe drills, factory cond, $50,000. 306-699-7620, Edgeley, SK asking $5000, Weyburn,SK GRAY/ANDERSON TRIPLE shoot openers, transport, set up for dry and/or NH3 or liquid, vg 306-842-6267. cond. used on Flexi-Coil and Bourgault air BOURGAULT 4350 TBT c/w 5710 40’ drill, offers. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. MRB’s and NH3’s, clean unit, $79,000 Call Dennis 780-651-2773 eves., St. Albert, AB. TANDEM FEED TRAILER, 9 compartments, fresh paint, fills drill quickly. 40’ MORRIS 310 hoe drill w/new Atom or 780-499-5990, Legal, AB. Jet openers, steel packers, factory transport, $5500. 306-452-7391, Redvers, SK. 1996 JD 7200 16-30 PLANTER, 3 bu. boxes, double eliminators, new style plates FARMLAND SEED BOOTS with 3” and 1” and seed tubes, markers. Lots of updates, tips, new condition. Halkirk, AB. Call 403-884-2250. very nice. 204-324-7658, Altona, MB. BEELINE APPLICATOR, MODEL 3224, IHC 1989 MORRIS 40’ M-310 hoe drill transVibrachisel 48’ cultivator, will sell separ- port, shedded, premium, $12,900. CamDon Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. ate. 306-274-4946, Lestock, SK. 240 VALMAR APPLICATOR, mounted on 2007 HARMON 3100 TBT tank, SS meter, 50’ drawbar, good cond. 306-963-2925 or s h e d d e d , a s n e w, $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 O B O . 306-764-5019, Prince Albert, SK. 306-963-7651, Imperial, SK.



40’ DEGELMAN 3000 cultivator, 9” spacing, knock-on shovels, harrows- like new, $7500. 306-682-2659, Humboldt, SK.

TRACTOR PARTS and quality engine rebuild kits. Tractor service manuals, instructive repairs. Owners manuals. Our 37th year. Toll free 1-800-481-1353, 2005 STX 425, 1430 hrs., 710/425, 24 spd 55 gal. hydraulics, dry weights, $155,000 OBO. Ph. 306-497-2715, Blaine Lake, SK.

WANTED: LARGE PLOW, prefer with coulters; Also looking for 3-ring crazy harrows, prefer noble style. Phone 306-955-1019 or 306-668-4215, Delisle, SK. 2009 EZEE-ON 1275 DISC 14’, 10.5” spacing, 26” blades, mud scrapers, $26,500. Call Gerard 306-231-3993, Humboldt, SK.

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2001 MX220, FWA, 2920 hrs, front weights, duals, 4 hyds., 540/1000 PTO, 3 PTH, powershift, creeper gear, Beacon lights, 200-220 HP, $79,900. Carberry, MB, 204-834-2750, 204-476-0367.

2600 ALLIS TANDEM disc and MORRIS B3-48 multiplex. Call Don 306-782-5837, Yorkton, SK. TWO 2003 JD 2400 chisel plows, 57’, 12” spacing, 550 lb. trips, Accu-Depth, premium, one owner units from Hudye Farms Inc., Norquay, SK. To be sold at Ritchie Bros. Auction, April 7, Saskatoon, SK. For more info call Nathan at 306-594-2330, website or email at

1995 MAX EMERGE 2, JD 7200 planter. Vg. cond., 12 row, 30” spacing, trash disk double eliminator kits, always shedded, Pro Max 40 flat disks plus other sets, bean and sunflowers disks, 400 gal. liquid alpine kit, (non corrosive fertilizer used), field ready. Lots of new parts in 2010. Loaded planter, have some spare parts. Can deliver. 50’ MORRIS MAGNUM II CP750 cult., $24,000 OBO. Ph: 204-743-2324 Cypress with Bourgault manifolds, new sweeps, River, MB. $12,000. 306-398-2923, Cut Knife, 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.

JD 637 DISC, 35’ with rock cushion. Low 66 BOURGAULT 3/4” seed boots, $20 acre disc in excellent condition, $41,000. each; also Bourgault air pack off 42’ deep Call Glenn, 306-296-2297, Frontier, SK. tiller w/hitch. 306-595-4858, Arran, SK. KEWANNEE 16’ BREAKING disc, $19,000; 22’ disc, $22,000; Steiger 42’ rock 48 FARMLAND: 3.5” chrome openers; 12” Wishek disc, $15,000; Phoenix 42-52’ harshovels; seed boots; all on one bolt con- cushion rows. vert system. 306-693-2615 Moose Jaw, SK 1-866-938-8537, Portage la Prairie, MB. JD 7000 CORN PLANTER 30”, 6-row dry fertilizer, monitor, many new parts, field KELLO-BILT DISC PARTS: Blades and bearings. Parts to fit most makes and ready, $7500. 780-385-5353, Camrose, AB models. 1990 BOURGAULT 2195 air cart, rear 1-888-500-2646, Red Deer, AB tow hitch, fair condition $6500. Phone WANTED: GOOD USED Bourgault 8800 or 306-445-7794, cell 306-441-5996, North 8810 cultivator, 50-60’, 330 or 430 trip, 8”, Battleford, SK. 10”, or 12” spacings. Myles 306-745-6140, 2002 JD 1900, 430 bu., TBH 6-run DS cell 306-745-7530, Esterhazy, SK. grain cart c/w 4-feed rollers, 8” fill auger, KRAUSE 5817 HD 17’ tandem disc. J&L $31,500. Dale 306-364-2142 Jansen, SK. McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equip1995 JD 777 air cart, double shoot, excel- ment Auction, Saturday, April 9, 2011, lent condition, shedded, $7500. Phone Goodwater, SK. Mack Auction Co., visit for sale 780-367-2267, Willingdon, AB. bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or JOHN DEERE 30’ 9450 drill, grass attach- 306-487-7815. PL 311962. ment, markers, factory transport, shedded, 2009 38’ KELLO DISC, notch blades, excel$21,000. Phone 780-720-8003, Leduc, AB. lent condition, $60,000. Thorhild, AB. JD 9450 hoe drills, 40’, factory movers, Phone 780-398-2422 or 780-398-3919. tarps, steel packers, $12,500. 1998 BOURGAULT 9200 HD cultivator 780-789-2104, Thorsby, AB. 40’, 12” spacing, 500 lb. trip, used very litTWO HAYBUSTER 107 disc drills, grass tle. 306-834-5041, Major, SK. and fertilizer boxes, good condition. 47’ CASE/IH VIBRACHISEL w/harrows; 70’ $ 1 5 , 0 0 0 O B O . A t h a b a s c a A B . Degelman heavy harrow w/new teeth. 780-675-4973. Phone 204-729-6803, Deloraine, MB.

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1987 DEUTZ 7145, with only 4500 hrs., duals, good condition, $15,000. Phone: 306-591-3134, Findlater, SK. ALLIS 4W-305, 4WD, 250 PTO HP, 5200 hours. Phone: 403-362-3918, Brooks, AB. ALLIS 8030, CAHR, powershift, very clean, low hours, shedded, $16,000. Cremona, AB, 403-875-2598. 1984 ALLIS 8010, cab and air, 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. ALLIS CHALMERS 7020 2 WD tractor, 5800 hours. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auction, Saturday April 9, 2011, Goodwater, SK. Visit for sale b i l l a n d p h o t o s . M a c k Au c t i o n C o . 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. PL 311962. ALLIS 8070, MFWD, powershift, good rubber; Allis 185 c/w Allied FEL, very clean. Phone 403-394-4401, Coalhurst, AB. 1997 9455 AGCO Allis tractor, FWA, 3500 hrs, w/12’ Leon 4-way dozer blade, $50,000, without blade $40,000. Lloydminster, AB. 780-847-2148, 780-847-2299

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.

30’ JD 9350 hoe drills, c/w Atom Jet TROUBLE SEEDING WET FIELDS? Conopeners, factory mover, used last spring, vert your chisel plow into a vertical tillage exc. shape. 403-577-2179, Consort, AB. tool! Our attachment lets you aerate and INTERNATIONAL 28’ 7200 HOE DRILL, warm your soil easily, without the extra Eagle Beaks, shoes very good condition, cost of a new machine. Get ready for s p r i n g b y c a l l i n g F l a m a n S a l e s at $3000 OBO. 306-536-2840, Balgonie, SK. 1-888-435-2626 or visit JD 455 FOLD-UP with grain and fertilize combination, and press wheels, 30’. 1982 BOURGAULT 546-52 cultivator, 52’, 8” spacing, 3 bar harrows, knock-on shov403-308-1238, Taber, AB. els, original owner, good condition, 1720 FLEXI-COIL air cart, six run, 1995 $20,000. 306-873-4261, Tisdale, SK. model, $9900. Phone 306-463-7119, Kin1650 JD CULTIVATOR 59’, heavy axles, dersley, SK. c/w Flexi-Coil air pak, 320 Valmar, Dutch 2- 3225 BOURGAULT air carts, 2 comp., k n i ve s a n d s h ove l s . 3 0 6 - 6 4 8 - 3 2 1 6 , 35 ATOM JET OPENERS CB15, single singe fan, rear tow hitch, $17,500 ea. OBO. 306-648-7835, Gravelbourg, SK. shoot, 1” tip, done 2500 acres, $75 each 403-666-3939 ext. 803, Etzikom, AB. OBO. 701-339-8790, Bowbells, ND 49 MORRIS EDGE-ON paired row boots MORRIS CULTIVATOR. Shanks, trips, harwith carbide tips, many new parts last rows, axles, wheels, wing frames, hyd. spring, $1200. Phone 306-692-4251 or wheel and wing cylinders. NH3 kit, 32 306-693-2142, Moose Jaw, SK. 30’ CCIL OSCILLATING harrows, new har- chrome spikes w/feed tubes, regulator, row teeth in boxes, good cond., $4500. manifolds and tank hitch. 306-492-2335, 650 BUSHEL HAUL-ALL Ind. seed fertilizer 306-441-6354, at North Battleford, SK. Dundurn, SK. tank, rear facing 7” discharge augers on 27’ high boy trailer. Great for going on soft CARBIDE- CARBIDE GO TO fields. 306-842-4367 eves., Weyburn, SK. to see great carbide products. See our full carbide drill points. The “real” easy pull openers. Carbide scrapers- Conserva Pak points, better than new. JD 1890 and 1850 EXPERIENCED TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: carbide seed boots. Paired row- fertilizer 10’ Kello 225 offset disc; 10’ Agrator roto- between rows. See all at Users spike; 5 shank Kello 530 subsoiler; 5 shank say “Best products, best price, best warTatu ASCR- 5 subsoiler. Clean product. ranty.” Shared freight shipping. VW Mfg., Dunmore (Medicine Hat) AB, Red Deer, AB, 403-347-2601. 403-528-3350. 40’ BOURGAULT 536-42 floating hitch cultivator. All new bushings in trips. Esterha- SEND US FREIGHT COLLECT your worn out weld on tip knives- Bourgault, Dutch, zy, SK. 306-745-2415 or 745-7168 etc. We can re-tip with our chromium carMORRIS 31’ CP NH3 kit, Micro-Trak rate bide tip and return to you freight pre-paid. NORAC UC2 TILLAGE depth control, $750. controller, c/w two 3’ wings, $14,000; Two See this and many more super carbide L l o y d S p r o u l e 4 0 3 - 6 2 7 - 2 7 6 4 , 1000 gallon tanks and wagons, $8000. products at our website V W 403-627-7363, Pincher Creek, AB. 204-937-3195, Roblin, MB. Mfg, Dunmore, AB, 403-528-3350. NORAC UC3, TILLAGE depth control, set for CNH tractors, $1500. Lloyd Sproule 403-627-2764 or 403-627-7363, Pincher Creek, AB. AIR DR ILLS : L is t N ow 60 MORRIS GUMBO boots, paired row, DS, 28 ’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill; 10” S p a cin g; 3.5” S teel Pa ckers ; S gl S ho o t $70,976.00 $52,500.00 Edge-On shanks, carbide at 50%, $3500. 306-332-6776, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK. 33’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill; 10” S p a cin g; 5” Ru b b er Pa ckers ; S gl S ho o t $75,056.00 $48 ,58 0.00 37’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill; 10” S p a cin g; 3.5” S teel Pa ckers ; S gl S ho o t $76.912.00 $51,49 5.00 1 COMPLETE SET OF 36’-40’ Haukaas markers, excellent condition, $650. 40’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill; 12” S p a cin g; 5” S teel Pa ckers ; S gl S ho o t $84.497.00 $55,38 4.00 306-892-4747, Meota, SK. 40’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill; 8” S p a cin g; 3` Ru b b er Pkrs ; S in gle S ho o t $88,016.00 $58 ,250.00 COMPLETE FLEXI-COIL DISC markers, to 48 ’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill S eries II; 10” S p g; 5” S teel Pkrs ; Db l S ho o tDEM O $121,770.00 $6 6 ,8 50.00 fit model 5000 air drills, $500. 48 ’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill S eries III; 10” S p g; 5” S teel Pkrs ; Db l S ho o tDEM O $121,770.00 $77,500.00 306-629-3825, Morse, SK. 6 0’ M o d el 7560 Air Drill; 10` S p a cin g; 5` S teel Pa ckers ; Db l S ho o t $140,823.00 $103,8 50.00 VALMAR 2055, hydraulic drive, granular applicator, was mounted on 50’ DT, $1500. AIR S EEDER CAR TS : 306-728-4899, 306-728-7077, Melville, SK M o d el 3215; 215 b u ; T o w Behin d ; 6-ru n S in gle OR Do u b le S ho o t $60,271.00 $42,575.00 TROUBLE SEEDING WET FIELDS? ConM o d el 3315; 315 Bu ; T o w Behin d ; 6-Ru n S in gle OR Do u b le S ho o t $74,117.00 $45,9 9 5.00 vert your chisel plow into a vertical tillage M o d el 4400; 390 Bu ; T o w Behin d ; 8-Ru n S in gle OR Do u b le S ho o t $93,865.00 $6 8 ,500.00 tool! Our attachment lets you aerate and warm your soil easily, without the extra N OTE: 48’ Drills a re ‘09 a n d /o r ‘10 DE M O u n its tha tha ve b een fu lly F a cto ry reco n d itio n ed . cost of a new machine. Get ready for All a b o ve Drills a re p lu s freight, Dea ler PDI a n d yo u r cho ice o fo p en ers . s p r i n g b y c a l l i n g F l a m a n S a l e s at 28’–40’ & 60’ Un its a re NE W , in E zee-On d ea ler in ven to ry (M B/ S K / AB) a tCa s h No T ra d e p rices . 1-888-435-2626 or visit Vis ityo u r E zee-On d ea ler o r ca ll the F a cto ry fo r fu ll d eta ils . Freight, Dea ler PDI& Open ers a re extra LETOURNEAU 11 YARD hydraulic scraper, $16,500 OBO. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK.

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2002 FENDT 920 VARIO, 180 HP, CVT, only 3310 hrs, c/w Quicke Q990 FEL, $106,000; 2001 FENDT 926 VARIO, 260 HP, 3149 hrs, c/w duals, $126,000. Both mint, CVT, 53 kms/hr, LHR, Michelin 710 tires, front axle and cab susp., 3 PTH, 1000 PTO, 4 hyds. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB.

CARBIDE- VW MFG. puts carbide on JD 1890 disc drill seed boots. Far longer wearing- boot stays true- makes for better seeding job. In stock- limited quantitiescall. See boots and all carbide products at VW Mfg. Dunmore, AB. (Medicine Hat) 403-528-3350.

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.

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. 1993 9270, 5799 hrs, new 20.8x42 radials, Raven EnvisioPro w/Smart Traxx steering, pump/injectors/valve set/bearing roll, excellent, $75,000. 306-335-2768, Lemberg, SK. 2010 STX 435 270 hrs., diff lock, 5 hyd., 710x42, AutoSteer, warranty, $210,000. 306-367-2173/231-4511 Middle Lake, SK. 1995 CASE 7220, exc. cond., 9800 hrs, 650x42 Michelins, 3 hyds., $29,900. 403-330-9571, Lethbridge, AB. WANTED: 9250 or 9350 Case/IH, 4 WD, low hours, excellent condition. 306-795-2814, Ituna, SK. CASE/IH STEIGER 9350, 2020 hrs., 12 spd. std. trans., M11 eng., 315 HP, no PTO, vg cond, $82,000. Gull Lake, SK. Dale Connick, 306-672-8102 cell, or 306-672-3215. 1996 CASE/IH 9380, 3550 hrs, 30.5x32 full AutoSteer, shedded, located near Edmonton, $89,000 OBO. 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586, Yorkton, SK. 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. WANTED TO BUY: 2090 Case with weak or blown engine. 306-395-2668, Chaplin, SK. CASE 2594, 24 spd., low hrs., 650/38 Michelin duals, like new. Coalhurst, AB. Phone 403-394-4401. 1981 IH 986 Red Power edition, dual PTO, 3 PTH, dual hyds., 5000 hrs., 18.4x38 rear rubber (25%), exc. int., strong torque and clutch, starts and runs very well, $10,900. Travis 306-228-3665, Unity, SK. RETIRING: 1984 Case 2094, 6200 hrs., powershift, cab and air, 540/1000 PTO, new tires, rebuilt injection pump. For more info 306-336-2751 leave msg., Lipton, SK WANTED IH 1026 tractor, any condition. Phone 306-931-8478, Saskatoon, SK. 1979 CASE/IH 1086 tractor with 707 Leon loader, grapple fork, new front tires, $11,000. 306-367-4923, Middle Lake, SK. CASE/IH 5240 FWA 1985 with loader and grapple, 8120 hrs. Located in Mallaig, AB. $29,000 OBO. Call 780-837-0322. CASE/IH 9280, 400 HP, 6450 hrs, powershift, 24.5x32 duals, $69,000. GPS available. 306-647-2459, Theodore, 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. CASE/IH 9380, Firestone triples, powershift, 4800 hours, shedded, $95,000. 403-647-7391, Foremost, AB.

1996 9370, 12 spd. synchro, 4 hyds., recent new rubber 620x70Rx42 Goodyear R1W radials, orig. owner, excellent, always shedded, 5900 hrs. 306-497-3370, Blaine 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. 1988 7120 2 WD Special Edition, 3811 hrs, powershift, 20.8x38 duals, 3 hyds., 1000 PTO, front weights, shedded, $32,000. Phone Lyle 306-768-3152, Carrot River SK. 1993 CIH 9250, 5200 hours, powershift, 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 403-887-5491, Sylvan Lake, AB. 1983 CASE 2290, 7012 hrs., 130 HP, interchangeable 540/1000 PTO with duals, c/w 2005 Allied 895 self-levelling loader, grapple with telescopic joystick. Maintained by mechanic, $24,000 OBO. 306-264-3622, Hazenmore, SK. 2008 CIH MAXXUM 125, FWA, 350 hrs, 750 loader w/bucket and grapple, 12 spd. synchro, 3 PTH, 540/1000 PTO, new cond. $69,500. 204-248-2600, Notre Dame, MB. 9280 CASE/IH, 4 WD, 375 HP, 3900 hrs., standard trans., excellent condition, $70,000. 780-872-2832, Paradise Hill, SK. 2010 535 QUAD TRACK, 600 hrs., loaded, leather, PTO, $270,000. 306-731-7129, Govan, SK. 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.

NEW 18.4X34 12 ply, $669; 20.8x38 12 ply, $845; 18.4x38 12 ply, $745; 18.4x30 12 ply, $599; 30.5x32 16 ply, $1995; 24.5x32 12 ply, $1487; 18.4x42 12 ply, $1397; 20.8x42, $1492; 20.5x25 20 ply, $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply, $795; 14.9x24 12 ply, $379; 16.9x28 12 ply, $499. Factory-direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. All tube-type tires include tubes. Used tires also av a i l a b l e . w w w. c o m b i n e w o r l d . c o m 1-800-667-4515. 1994 9270, 12 standard, 5050 hours, always maintained and shedded, bearing roll, new 520x42 Michelins, JD GPS wiring and brackets. Very clean solid performer. $69,000. 306-799-4424, Briercrest, SK. 2001 SPX 375, 2950 hrs., powershift, always shedded, c/w Outback AutoSteer GPS, asking $121,000 OBO. 306-768-3854, Carrot River, SK. 2005 MX255 MFWD, 2960 hrs, 3 PTH, 540/1000, AutoSteer, 380/85R34 front duals, 480/80R46 rear duals, 2015 warranty, loaded, exc. cond., $115,000. Treherne, MB. 204-526-7169, 204-526-7170. CASE 932 Comfort King, nice cab, duals, good rubber and metal, new clutch 2 yrs ago. 306-782-1586 evenings, Yorkton, SK. 1086 IH, w/790 Leon high lift loader and grapple, 2 new 18.4x38 tires w/duals, 2 new front tires. 306-842-4072 Weyburn SK 1995 CIH 7230 MFWD Tractor, 3515 hrs., 3 PH, 520x42 duals, power shift, excellent condition. Jim Wilson, Darlingford, MB 204-362-2449. WRECKING FOR PARTS 2390 Case, exc. sheet metal, vg powershift, 20.8x38 tires and duals. 1-877-564-8734, Roblin, MB. NEW 2010 485 HD Case/IH 4 WD tractor, 0 hrs, 485 HP, 800x38 tires, $265,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. 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. 1983 CASE 4690, 7238 hrs., 4 outlets, return line, PTO, 20.8x34 duals, 530 hrs. on rebuilt eng., injection pump, injectors. Also trans. and powershift just done. Asking $16,000. 204-537-2367 Belmont MB. 9350 CASE/IH TRACTOR, 20.8x42 duals, 24 spd., suitcase weights, c/w 14’ Degelman blade. 306-648-3216, 306-648-7835, Gravelbourg, 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. 1997 CASE/IH 9390, 3800 hrs., AutoSteer WANTED: 4494 CASE, shedded, w/low equipped, 710 metric duals 70%, $85,000. hrs, and PTO, big singles. 780-662-2617, 780-608-0653, Strome, AB. Tofield, AB. CASE 1490 w/Allied 694 loader, 3 PTH, air, heat, and joystick control, trans over1993 9270 Case/IH 24.5x32 duals, 12 hauled, all in vg cond., $14,500, may take spd. std. trans., 3900 hrs., Case drain, very trade. 204-267-2431, Oakville, MB. well maint., shedded, exc. condition. $75,000 OBO. 780-679-5967, Armena, AB. 9270 CIH 4WD 20.8/42 radials, 12 spd., 4 remotes, shedded, one owner, $60,000. CASE 930 w/DuAll loader and grapple, Torquay, SK. 306-421-0448 or email: runs good, tires good, good cond., $4500. 204-267-2431, Oakville, MB. 9270, 1994 4 WD, 12 spd. exc. condition, IH 1086 2 WD tractor with IH FEL. The Es- superbly maintained, 6752 hrs., 24.5R32, tate of Rocky Gillies, Land and Farm Equip- $55,000. Ph. 780-679-7718, Camrose, AB. ment Auction, Thursday, April 14, 2011, Big Beaver, SK. area. For sale bill and photos visit 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack FOR SALE: 1984 CM Cougar 4 250, Atom Auction Co. PL 311962. Jet hydraulics, Outback auto steer, 20 1993 9280 6300 hrs., 20.8x42 tires, speed, 20.8x38 tires, 6714 hrs., shedded, $20,000 work order in 2009, $62,000. $26,000. 306-962-3871, Madison, SK. 306-324-4432 Margo, SK. 1978 STEIGER ST250, 3306 Cat, less 806 INT. GOOD collector tractor, exc. than 500 hrs since rebuild, new rad, turbo, cond., orig. paint, always shedded. $5,000 etc., tires 95%, new cab liner kit, asking $25,000. Pics available. Rented out grainfirm. 780-814-3595, Grande Prairie, AB. land. 204-385-2792, Gladstone, MB.

75C 4900 HRS., Leon 6 way blade, vg cond., tracks 75%, $68,000 OBO. 403-572-3700, Drumheller, AB. 1999 CAT CH95E, 1485 hrs, 35” belts, 4 remotes, 12 spd. powershift transmission, farmer owned, perfect condition, $160,000. 403-282-8692, Three Hills, 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 JD 4640, w/Ezee-On loader and grapple, recent complete engine rebuild, Case/IH Ezee-Steer 500 GPS, asking $35,000 OBO. 780-374-2280, Daysland, AB. 2006 CIH STX 530 HD, 46” triples, powershift, AutoSteer, 1660 hrs., $185,000. Phone 306-948-2821, Biggar, SK. 1995 CASE/IH 9270 4WD tractor, 12 spd. standard trans., excellent 20.8x42 radials, 3365 hrs., always shedded, mint, must be seen, $80,000. 306-795-2881, Ituna, SK. 1982 5088 IH, 136 HP, 20.8x38 tires, duals, 2 PTOs, 3 hyds., front weights, $14,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. 1998 CIH 9370, 60% rubber, 4 remotes, 20.8x42 drum dual tires, powershift, $74,500. 204-573-7787, Brandon, MB.

1997 JD 9400, 4497 hrs, 24 spd. partial powershift, 4 SCV’s, JD AutoTrac ready, 710/70R38. 780-842-7324 Wainwright, 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.

1992 JD 4960 MFWD, 6000 hrs, premium tractor, 15 spd. powershift, PTO, rear tires 50%, fronts 80%, full weight pkg, cast and fluid front and rear, 400 hrs. on rebuilt engine, asking $60,000 OBO. Cut Knife, SK. 306-228-2751, JD 4450, 1984, 6600 hrs, vg cond., 158 loader, triple hyd, quad trans, 2 WD, 20.8x38 radial (singles), $35,000. John 306-955-4645, Saskatoon, SK. 1995 JD 8100, MFWD, powershift, 16-4, factory, 3 PTH, 540/1000 PTO, front weights, 3 hyd. outlets, 18.4R42 duals, 14.9R30 fronts, front fenders, 28.5 GPM hyd. pump, 6300 hrs., 160 HP. Very clean, always shedded, $59,500. 204-736-4060 or 204-791-3737, Brunkild, MB. 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.

WANTED: CASE/IH 1896 or 2096, FWA, 3 pt. hitch. Phone 306-367-2147, Middle Lake, SK. 1999 9380, quad track, 5100 hrs., 200 hrs. since new: track, boggy wheels and injec- JD 9100, 24 spd., 20.8x38 Firestone radition pump, Grouser 14’ 6-way dozer blade, als, well maintained and very clean, 4700 $120,000. 306-731-7129, Govan, SK. hrs. 306-648-3511, 306-648-7695, Gravelbourg, SK. LIZARD CREEK REPAIR and Tractor. We buy 90 and 94 series Case 2WD tractors 2008 JD 9630 deluxe cab, 78 gpm. hyd. for parts and rebuilding. Also have rebuilt pump, 5 SCV, 1287 hrs., $245,000. North tractors for sale. 306-784-2213 Herbert SK Battleford SK. 306-441-4529, 1995 CASE 9280, Raven Guidance, 4283 1983 JD 8450, 8 new tires, 9200 hrs, hrs., 20.8x42 duals, always shedded, very 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 . $35,000. 306 854-2030, Elbow, SK. clean, offers. 306-259-2240 Young, SK.


1998 9400, diff. locks, powershift, JD AutoTrac, Green Star, Field Doc, 4 SCV’s new starter and batteries, 1400 hrs. on new tires, 7150 hrs., 2-way radio, 8000 lbs of weights, good paint, always shedded, $112,000. 306-472-7704, Lafleche, SK. 1985 JD 4650, MFWD, powershift, 7297 hrs, Greenlight and engine rebuilt at 7000 hrs. $45,000. Phone 204-828-3267 or 204-745-0415, Graysville, MB. 1987 4450 MFWD power shift, 3 PTH, rubber 90%, w/740 loader, grapple, joystick, green lighted. Excellent cond. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. 2007 JD 7430, 3900 hrs, w/new loader; 2003 8220, 1800 hrs; 1994 4955, 4800 hrs, 1986 JD 4250, 11,300 hrs. Gerard 306-231-3993, Humboldt, SK. JOHN DEERE 7210 MFD, c/w 740 loader, 3 PTH, LHR, excellent condition. Call 780-990-8412, Edmonton, AB. JD 4840, powershift, 180 HP, 1000 PTO, 18.42 radials, fluid, good cond., $18,500. Phone 306-435-3094, Moosomin, SK. 8650 JD PTO 4 WD tractor, less than 5,000 hrs., second owner, comes w/Degelman 6 way 14’ blade, $43,000. 780-753-6761, 780-753-1117, Provost AB. 1977 JOHN DEERE 4430, quad range, always shedded, $16,000. 306-398-7668, Cut Knife, SK.


1987 JD 4850, FWA, duals, wheel weights, front weights, 3 pt. hitch with quick attach $28,000. Shawn 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB. 1984 JD 8450, 18.4x38 duals, 3 hyd., complete motor overhaul at 5242 hrs., all new tires at 5800 hrs., approx. 9300 hrs., one owner, complete w/14’ 6 way Leon blades, decent tractor. $33,000. 306-782-9541, Yorkton, SK.

1971 JD 4020, dsl., row crop, side console, powershift, dual hyds., 3 PTH, restored; 1970 JD 4020, dsl., std., side console, cab, Syncro, dual hyds., 2nd owner, $9500. Also JD 148 loader avail. 204-761-8400, 204-328-7588, Rivers, MB. 1967 JD 5020, duals, Sound Gard cab, 12 volt, dual hyd., AC. Jerry, 204-238-4915, Bowsman, MB. JD 8770 4 WD tractor w/3277 hrs. Also selling: JD 4450 2 WD tractor, JD STX36 lawn tractor and JD 300 lawn tractor for Roger and Eleanor Hirsch Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, April 16, 2011 Estevan, SK. Visit for sale bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962

1996 JD 8770, 4022 hrs, 20.8R38 dual radials 60%, 12 spd., 4 remotes and return line, vg cond., always shedded, $78,000 OBO. 204-764-2448, Hamiota, MB. 1980 4240 quad, 2 hyds., rubber- 70%, 4800 original hrs., Greenlighted, excellent shape. Phone 306-744-8113, Saltcoats SK. 2005 JD 8120 MFWD, 4970 hrs., 16 spd., 1981 JD 8640, has only 700 hrs. on repowershift, excellent shape, $79,900. built motor, 3 hyds., always shedded, $28,000. 780-855-2240, New Norway, AB. Phone 306-948-2821, Biggar, SK. JD 7810, 3000 hrs, power quad w/LH re1982 JD 8450, 4 WD, 4 new tires, quad, verser, 18.4/42 rubber w/duals. Also JD 1 0 , 0 0 0 h r s . , 1 0 0 0 P TO , $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 . 3020, 1 hyd., 540/1000 PTO, no 3 PTH. 306-567-3225 after 6 PM, Davidson, SK. 701-213-2201, 701-213-2202, Morden, MB WANTED: JD 4020 GAS and 4020 or 1997 JD 9400, tires 710x38, 3700 hrs, 3020 side console hydraulic. Russell, MB. radar system/weights, $115,000. Lamp204-773-3255. man, SK, 306-487-7557 or 306-487-2604. JD 7710 MFWD; JD 7810 MFWD; JD JD 8970, 400 HP, 20.8x42 tires, 24 spd., 8210 MFWD; JD 6430 MFWD; JD 7410 well maintained, excellent inside and out, MFWD. All low hrs, can be equipped $79,500 OBO. Phone: 403-823-1894, w/loaders. 204-522-6333, Melita, MB. 403-772-2156. Drumheller, AB. 2004 7920 JD MFD IVT trans., 3 PTH, 2005 JD 6420, MFWD LHR 16 spd., power 710x38 single rear tires w/746 self level- quad, 3 SCV’s, 640 SL loader. Mint. Only ling loader, GPS. Tractor and loader never 436 hrs. No winter use. L i ke n e w. used to feed cattle, mainly PTO work and $77,000 OBO. 306-394-4901, Courval, SK. loader, 4000 hrs., $108,000. A E Chicoine F a r m E q u i p . L t d . S t o r t h o a k s , S K . 1975 8430 4WD, 270 hrs. on total over306-449-2255. haul by JD dealer on engine and PTO, new 2006 JD 7320, MFWD, 741 w/loader and inside tires, exc. cond., asking $25,000 grapple, 24 spd., 1400 hrs., exc. cond, OBO. 306-322-7672 or 306-322-4503, Rose Valley, SK. $87,500. Phone 306-948-2821, Biggar, SK. 1999 JD 9200, 4 WD, 3800 hrs., 24 spd., 2008 JD 9630, 530 hp, 854 hrs., d i f f. l o c k , $ 8 9 , 0 0 0 O B O. P h o n e 800/70R38 duals, powershift trans., active 306-378-2388, Elrose, SK. seat, deluxe comfort cab, AutoTrac ready, 78 GPM hi-flow hyd. system, front and rear JD 8570, 24 spd., cruise, weights, PTO, HID lights, instructor seat, radar, diff lock. 2300 hrs., exc. cond. 403-504-1095, F a c t o r y w a r r a n t y u n t i l 1 0 - 0 1 - 1 1 . 306-662-3404, Medicine Hat, AB. $239,500. Call Jordan anytime JD 8640, PTO, good tires, approx. 6500 403-627-9300, Pincher Creek, AB. hrs., triple hyd., stored inside, 14’ 3-way 1980 JD 4440, 7050 hrs, factory duals, heavy blade. 403-739-2233, Enchant, new tires 600 hrs ago, new rad and injec- AB. tors 500 hrs ago, mint, shedded, well maintained, $31,000 OBO. 306-782-6907, 2005 7320 JD FWD, w/loader and grapple, 3 PTH, 5400 hrs, exc. cond., $72,500. 306-621-2035, Jedburgh, SK. Phone 403-504-9607, Medicine Hat, AB. 1982 JD 4440, quad new rubber, 2 hyd., 1995 8770, 5100 hrs, 24 spd, 20.8x38, Greenlighted. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, 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. WANTED: JD 9200 or 9220 with power306-969-2106, Minton, SK. s h i f t , p r e fe r P TO. 3 0 6 - 7 6 9 - 8 5 0 6 o r NEW 18.4x30 12 ply, $599; 18.4x34 12 306-768-7077, Arborfield, SK. ply, $669; 20.8x38 12 ply, $845; 18.4x38 12 ply, $745; 30.5x32 16 ply, $1995; 1981 JD 4440, quad shift, 3 hyd. remotes, 24.5x32 12 ply, $1487; 18.4x42 12 ply, 4900 hrs., 740 JD loader, joystick, self-lev$1397; 20.8x42, $1492; 20.5x25 20 ply, el, QuickTach, min cond., $38,500. Phone $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply, $795; 14.9x24 306-421-3482, Bienfait, SK. 12 ply, $379; 16.9x28 12 ply, $499. Facto- WANTED: JD TRACTORS: Parts for ry-direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid 2010, 3010, 4010, 3020, 4020, 4320, steer tires also available. All tube-type 5020, 2130, 3130, 4030, 4230, 4430, tires include tubes. Used tires also 4630, 8430, 8630, 3140, 4040, 4240, av a i l a b l e . w w w. c o m b i n e w o r l d . c o m 4440, 4640, 4840, 8440, 8640, 6400. Also 1-800-667-4515. new after market parts. Call G.S. Tractor 2003 7710, MFWD, IVT, 4300 hrs., LHR, 3 Salvage, 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. SCV’s, 741 self-level loader, grapple fork, joystick, $90,000 OBO. 306-538-2230, 306-736-8890, Kennedy, SK.

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. NEW JD TRACTOR PARTS and quality TISCO engine rebuild kits, great competitive price quotes. TRACTOR SERVICE MANUALS our 37th year of service. Website 1-800-481-1353. JD 8630 4 WD tractor w/PTO and recent large workorder. The Estate of Rocky Gillies, Land and Farm Equipment Auction, Thursday, April 14, 2011, Big Beaver, SK. area. Visit for sale bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962 1998 JD 9200, 2000 hrs, diff. lock, 12 spd., Outback S3 AutoSteer, weight pkg., low pressure hyd. return, exc. rubber, shedded, mint, $105,000 OBO. 403-479-2806, 780-753-7257, Provost, AB JD 8560, 18.4x38 tires, 5000 hrs., 12 spd. trans., 3 hyds. plus return line, shedded, vg condition. 306-748-2446, Neudorf, SK. 1 9 8 7 4 4 5 0 M F W D, PS, 9300 hrs., 20.8R38, 740 SL, w/grapple and joystick, $38,000. 306-744-7722, Bredenbury SK. 2008 9430, 800-38 Firestone radials, 800 hrs., integrated self-steer, Greenstar, active seat, LED lighting, diff lock, one owner, immaculate, $205,000 firm. GS2 available. 780-221-3980, Coronation, AB. 1983 JD 4650, MFD, row crop, 3 PTH, fresh eng. w/400 hrs., new hyd. pump, cab kit, dash end gauges, 134 AC pump, rebuilt MFD and more. Was refurbished to keep. $39,500. For more information phone Joe 306-353-4415, Riverhurst, SK. 4650, 15 SPEED powershift, 3 remotes, 1000 PTO, 42” radials, 9000 hrs, vg shape, $28,000 OBO. 306-232-7191, Rosthern, SK JD 2140, 82 HP, 7900 hrs., Ezee-On FEL, 3 1989 JD 4755 2 WD, 5900 hrs, brand PTH, 540 PTO, $14,500. Call Kevin, new rear 20.8x38 rubber, 15 spd powershift, 3 hyds, row crop mirrors, wheel 250-263-4263, Fort St. John, BC. weights, shedded, exc cond, $42,500 OBO. 1990 8760 JD 4WD, 5600 hrs., original Phone Travis 306-228-3665 Unity SK. owner, new hyd. pump, serviced and field ready, $55,000 OBO. Roger 306-222-5757 JD 8970, 7320 FWA, JD 4440, 4240, 4430, 2140 and 2130. All w/ldrs. and 3 PTH. Will or Claude at 306-258-4610, Saskatoon, SK. take JD tractors in trade that need work. 1997 JD 9300 for sale. 12 spd., 20.8xR42 204-466-2927, 204-871-5170, Austin, MB. tires, 6700 hrs., c/w Raven AutoSteer. Tractor in excellent shape, $85,000 OBO. 2006 JD 9320, 24 quad, diff. lock, metric Phone Patrick 780-518-2325 or Gord at tires, 1 owner, only 1200 hrs., exc. cond., 306-327-4862, Nut Mountain, SK. $181,500. 306-541-3434, Regina, SK. 2006 JD 7320, 741 loader and grapple, 6430 PREMIUM MFWD, 673 self levelling front axle, cab suspension, 3 PTH, 1600 loader, fluid and fenders, grill guard, 530 hrs., IVT trans, mint, asking $85,900. hrs., $79,000. 780-910-4996, Hendon, SK. 403-933-5448, 403-608-1116, Calgary, AB. 2002 JD 9420, 2600 hrs, 12 spd., 710x38 1981 JD 4840, 6700 hrs., factory duals, tires, no diff lock, 4 hyds., 8350 lb. weight rubber exc., looks like new, $25,000. pkg, deluxe cab. Will consider trades. Ph. 204-529-2595, 204-523-6660, Cartwright 306-283-4747 306-291-9395 Langham, SK MB. WANTED: ENGINE BLOCK for 1965 JD 2008 9630 JD 4100 hrs., new diffs, ext. 4020 diesel. Phone Andy 780-826-3666, warranty, new tires, GPS, powershift, 5 Bonnyville, AB. hyd. outlet. 403-888-1467, Linden, AB. 2008 JD 6330, MFWD, 1020 hrs., 3 1991 4955, MFWD, 3 PTH, powershift, SCV’s, 16 spd., new 673 loader, w/3 func6000 hrs, rubber 80%, duals, Greenlighted, tion joystick, $63,000. 780-777-3892, very sharp. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. 780-963-4352, Stony Plain, AB. 1992 8560 4 WD, Degelman 16’ 6 way 1967 4020 JD w/cab, never had loader, blade, exc. cond., shedded. $56,000 firm. 4600 hrs., $9500. Phone 403-504-9607, 780-814-3595, Grande Prairie, AB. Medicine Hat, AB. WANTED: JD tractors, any age, burnt, JD 2750, c/w FEL, 3 PTH, open station, 2 broken, or worn out. Call for a price before WD; JD 3020, c/w cab, 3 PTH, low hrs., y o u s e l l . G . S . Tr a c t o r S a l v a g e , mint cond.; JD 1830 c/w 3 PTH, rebuilt 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. motor. Ph. 403-394-4401, Coalhurst, AB. 7520 MFWD, IVT, 3 PTH, w/741 self-level- 1992 JD 8760, PTO, 24.5x32 duals, 24 ling FEL, grapple, mint; 4450 MFWD, 3 spd., diff locks, very well maintained, PTH, 15 spd., 3 hyds, factory duals, w/265 $49,500. 204-248-2600, Notre Dame, MB. self-levelling FEL; 4250 MFWD, 3 PTH, 15 spd. powershift; 4450, 3 PTH, quad, facto- 2008 JD 5325, MFWD, open station, 367 ry duals; 4250, 3 PTH, quad; 4240 quad, 3 hrs, 67 HP, FEL, power reverser, 3 PTH, PTH; 4640, 3 PTH, 3 hyds; Three 4440 $34,800. 306-231-5939, Saskatoon, SK. quads, 3 hyds, 3 PTH; 4430 quad; 4230, 3 JD 4755, 2 WD, power quad, 3950 hrs., PTH, quad; 4030, 3 PTH, quad; 4020 pow- 20.8x42 new radials, exc. shape, shedded, ershift; 2130, 3 PTH, hi/low, 2 hyds, 4500 $43,500. 403-654-7073, Vauxhall, AB. hrs, w/146 FEL; 1830, 3 PTH; 1630, 3 PTH, 146 FEL. We also have loaders, buckets, 1995 JD 8570, 38” radials, 6000 hrs., grapples to fit JD tractors. Ben Peters JD g o o d s h a p e , 2 4 s p d . , $ 5 1 , 0 0 0 . Tractors Ltd., Mitch 204-828-3628, 306-476-2501, Rockglen, SK. 204-750-2459 cell, Roseisle, MB, email JD 2950 2 WD w/JD loader and grapple, 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 . JD 8440, triple hyds., PTO, good 18.4x38 3 0 6 - 2 8 3 - 4 7 4 7 , 3 0 6 - 2 2 0 - 0 4 2 9 , duals, shedded, exc. cond., 7300 hrs, 306-291-9395, Langham, SK. $25,000. Keith 306-532-4892, Wapella, SK 1992 JD 8760, 7078 hrs, 1600 hrs on 1986 JD 3150 MFWD cw/265 loader and new engine, 1000 hrs on new hyd. pump, grapple, joystick, 3 PTH, 540/1000 PTO, 100 hrs on new turbo, new alternator, 24 CAHR, 6500 hrs., tires 80%. $32,000. spd., 4S CV’s, 20.8R42 rubber 60%, diff lock, $56,500. 306-646-4450 Maryfield SK. 306-452-6496, Wauchope, SK. JD 4450, QUAD, new rubber, 7200 hours, 1983 JD 8440 1000 PTO, 24 spd., 4900 front and rear weights, very nice shape. hrs. always shedded, exc. shape, asking $28,000 OBO. 780-835-4559, Fairview, AB. 306-621-1418, Kelliher, SK. 2003 JD 5520, MFWD tractor, w/541 self 1989 3155 MFWD, 6600 hrs., 3 PTH, levelling loader, 1400 hrs, very nice, open comes with 265 loader, grapple, very sharp. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. station. Phone 204-673-2382, Melita, MB.

JD 8850 WITH 6200 hrs., PTO, 2 new TJ530 HD, 2006, full weight pkg., 55 gpm 2 0 . 8 x 4 2 R t i r e s . N e e d s s o m e w o r k . pump, auto-guide ready, diff. locks, HID, 4 $22,000. 780-349-2007, Westlock, AB. remotes, 2500 hrs., shedded, $175,000 OBO. 780-352-6372, Wetaskiwin, AB. 1997 JD 8100, MFWD, 5954 hrs., powershift, 3 PTH, vg tires, except poor duals. 1995 FORD NH 9480, 3550 hrs., 12 spd. $65,000. 306-967-8477, Outlook, SK. std., 4 hyd., 82 series updates, 20.8x38 duals w/fluid, one owner, always shedded, 1989 JOHN DEERE 4755, FWA, 15 spd. never smoked in, never stuck, oil chgd. powershift, 7800 hours, nice shape, every 100 hrs. (oil stays clear between $35,000. 306-723-4867, Cupar, SK. changes), exc. cond. $68,900. 1982 JD 4440, 8033 hrs, quad range, 306-256-3569/230-4393, Cudworth, SK. factory duals, 3 hyds., shedded, exc. cond., $25,000 OBO. Leduc, AB, 780-986-3356.

2007 8480, 510 hrs., duals, loader with grapple, 3 PTOs, 3 PTH. $129,000. Phone 403-823-9977, Drumheller, AB. MF 1135 2 WD tractor with Leon 707 FEL. Roger and Eleanor Hirsch Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, April 16, 2011, Estevan, SK. Visit for sale bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962 1993 MF 396, 4200 hrs, CAHR, 3 PTH, MFWD, 540/1000 PTO, loader and grapple, $24,000 OBO. 780-786-4502, Mayerthorpe, AB. 2007 MASSEY 3645 FWA, 91 HP, 331 hrs., loader w/bucket and pallet forks, 540 PTO, 3 pt. hitch, very good condition, $42,000. 306-231-5939, Saskatoon, SK. MF 4880, 7000 hrs, 20.8x38 duals, 320 HP, dual hyd. pumps, good condition, $39,000 OBO. Call 204-250-4796, Plumas, MB. 2007 6485, FWA, left-hand reverser, buddy seat, 900 orig. hrs., loaded w/options, $77,000. 403-397-8197, Crossfield, AB NEW 11.2x24 8 PLY, $239; 12.4x24 8 ply, $278; 18.4x30 12 ply, $599; 18.4x34 12 ply, $669; 20.8x38 12 ply, $845; 18.4x38 12 ply, $745; 30.5x32 16 ply, $1995; 24.5x32 12 ply, $1487; 18.4x42 12 ply, $1397; 20.8x42, $1492; 20.5x25 20 ply, $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply, $795; 14.9x24 12 ply, $379; 16.9x28 12 ply, $499. Factory-direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. All tube-type tires include tubes. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 2705 TRACTOR, w/795 Buhler loader, joystick, 3 remotes, 18.4R38 tires, CAHR, new seat and floor mat, 6100 hrs, $15,000. Phone 403-644-2389, Standard, AB.

1981 VERSATILE 875, 8300 hrs., upgraded hyd. pump, 4 remotes, plumbed for air NH 4 WD’S, 1 NH 9060; 1 NH 9050, like seeder $20,000 OBO. Phone 306-843-8223 new, next to zero hours, very well Landis, SK. e q u i p p e d . C a l l fo r d e t a i l s , G o r d 2003 MODEL 2425, c/w 16’ Degelman 403-308-1135, Lethbridge, AB. dozer blade, good condition. Phone 2005 TJ500 HD, 1600 hrs, 800 tires, 306-487-7415, Lampman, SK. megaflow, diff locks, Trimble AutoSteer, w/wo hardly used Degelman 16’ 7900 A U C T I O N : V E R S AT I L E 9 3 6 w / n e w 6 - w a y b l a d e . 4 0 3 - 4 4 2 - 2 5 7 0 , 20.8x38 factory duals. Call Hodgins Auctioneer 1-800-667-2075! PL 915407. 403-304-4365, Huxley, AB. 2002 NH TM135 MFWD, 5320 hrs., w/NH 1976 800 VERSATILE, 4 WD, 20.8x38 du72LA self-leveling loader, grapple, joystick, als, triple hyds., atom jet, $11,500. Phone powershift, w/LH reverser, 3 PTH, 4 hyd. 306-538-2230, 306-736-8890, Kennedy SK 306-862-5681, Aylsham, SK. 1991 VERSATILE 876, 20.8x38 duals, 12 2003 NEW HOLLAND loader, 56 lb. pmt. spd. std. trans, 4750 hrs., good cond., ask#001337. Pics. on request, 604-619-9244, ing $43,000. 204-638-8443, Dauphin, MB. Surrey, BC. 1988 VERSATILE 976, 400 HP, good NH 9882, 4700 hrs., 710/38 good rubber, 20.8x38 Firestones, 7679 hrs., Outback very clean, $85,000. Ph 306-692-3367, AutoSteer, exc. cond., $45,000. Ashville MB. Phone 204-548-4082, 204-638-7350. Moose Jaw, SK.

TJ425 2002 2265 hrs., 24 spd., 710/70R42 duals, performance mon., radar, high capacity pump, 4 hyds., low pressure return, EZee-Steer w/big monitor, 2008 7430 PREMIUM JD, 540/1000 $139,000 OBO. 204-937-7171, Roblin, MB. PTO, front fenders, cab, loader, grapple, 1999 FORD NEW HOLLAND, 8770 MFD, JD 741 self levelling, 780 orig. hrs, 140 under 2000 hrs., Allied loader w/grapple HP, MFWD, 4 spd., power quad, front hood and joystick,4 remotes, Outback AutoSteer guard, weight: 14,594 lbs., exc. cond., valve. 306-773-0773, Swift Current, SK. $115,000 OBO. 204-743-2324, Cypress 2008 NH TT75A, MFWD, open station, 359 River, MB. r s , 7 5 H P, F E L , 3 P T H , $ 2 6 , 0 0 0 . 1983 4650 QUAD, triple hyd., new rubber, h306-231-5939, Saskatoon, SK. 5950 hrs., excellent. 306-296-2088, Frontier, SK. NH TJ 375 4 WD tractor, PTO and Trelle1980 4640 7500 hrs., duals, triple hyd., v.g borg duals, 2660 hours. J&L McKenzie Farms Inc. land and farm equipment Auccond., asking $22,000 OBO. 204-856-6678 tion, Saturday, April 9, 2011, Goodwater, Gladstone, MB. SK. Visit 1980 8440 and 8450, engine and PTO both for sale bill and photos. Mack Auction Co. have approx. 3500 hrs., tires good. Rick 306-421-2928, 306-487-7815. PL 311962. 306-365-2194, 306-365-8623 Watrous, SK 1994 8240 MFWD, 96 HP, powershift, 3 RETIRING: 1981 JD 8440, 6800 hrs., re- PTH, CAHR, 5900 hrs., 540/1000 PTO, cent 50 Series engine, 3 hyds., tires 80% of very good, $25,500. Call 1-877-862-2413, new, PTO, shedded. For more info and 1-877-862-2387. Photos and details at price 306-336-2751 leave msg., Lipton, SK 2002 JD 7410, MFWD, 740 loader grapple, NH TM 125 FWA tractor and Ezee-On 2105 3PTH, power quad with LH reverser, rear FEL with 3525 hours. The Estate of Rocky weights, good rubber, $7000 Greenlight Gillies, Land and Farm Equipment Auction, Apr./10, 8800 hrs. well kept, asking Thursday April 14, 2011, Big Beaver, SK. $54,000. 306-725-4286, Bulyea, SK. area. Visit for sale bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962

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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. 1994 9880, 8000 hrs., engine top and bottom have been done, trans. work done, high flow hyd. pump, 4 hyd. remotes, Outback GPS, 520185 R42 triples (80%), front and rear weights, performance monitor, 12 spd. trans., asking $72,500. 204-746-8255 or 204-746-0207, Rosenort, MB. 1988 876 FORD Versatile, bearing roll, final drives done, new inner front tires, return line, $35,000 OBO. 306-692-5128, Moose Jaw, SK. 1990 846, 6600 hrs., 15 spd. trans., PTO, new turbo, excellent shape. 306-948-2395, 1985 VERSATILE #936 Designation 6, 6800 hrs, 12 spd., 20.8x38 duals, $30,000 Biggar, SK. OBO. Phone 306-472-5700, Lafleche, SK. 1992 946 BEARING roll, planetary swap, ejectors done, 4700 hrs., Michelin tires, 1986 VERSATILE 756 4WD, PTO, 4 hyd. remotes, 8300 hrs, 18.4 R38 duals, 15 spd. $65,000. 306-354-2552, Mossbank, SK. standard trans., engine replaced at 2200, FORD 7710, 2 WD w/loader, 3 PTH, 7000 $21,000. 306-231-9020, Humboldt, SK. h r s , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , $ 1 4 , 5 0 0 . 856 VERSATILE, POWERSHIFT, PTO, 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. tires at 80%, 6500 hrs, $34,000. 1993 FORD 946, 4900 hrs., 325 HP 4 re- 306-861-9481, Weyburn, SK. motes, air seat, 50% rubber 20.8x42 radi- 1979 VERSATILE 875 tractor, 7000 hrs., als, excellent condition, $55,000 OBO. very good, always shedded. 306-567-3067, 306-421-3216, Estevan, SK. Bladworth, SK. 1979 TW30 FORD tractor, good shape, 1980 950II, 20.8X38 duals, precleaner, ree x c . r u b b e r. C a l l 3 0 6 - 3 2 2 - 2 2 9 1 , cent service, 4900 hrs, shedded, $26,900. 306-322-7799 cell, Rose Valley, SK. 306-428-2847, Choiceland, SK. 1990 FORD 1156, 4886 original hours 1988 VERSATILE 936, 4 WD, 20.8x42 radi30.5x32 tires, Outback auto steer, Atom al duals, recent bearing roll, 7646 hrs., Jet pump, recent complete clutch over- shedded, vg cond., field ready, $40,000. haul. 780-618-5538, Grimshaw, AB. Allan LaRose 306-224-4777, Corning, SK. 1991 876 FORD, 6130 hrs, 12 spd. power- 1998 NH/VERSATILE 9682. Auction Tuesshift and PTO, 20.8x38 tires, brand new re- day April 19th 2011, Tisdale, SK. Bruce built engine, great grain cart tractor, exc. Schapansky Auctioneers, 306-873-5488, shape, shedded, asking $50,000 OBO. (PL #912715) 306-452-3998, 306-452-8070, Antler, SK. 2005 VERSATILE 2160, FWA, Buhler load1991 FORD 846, Designation 6, 4 WD 3900 e r, 7 1 0 M i c h e l i n r u b b e r, 1 9 0 0 h r s . hrs, air seat, std. trans, Raven Cruizer GPS, 780-581-4198, Minburn, AB. good 18.4Rx38 duals, 4 remotes, case 1985 VERSATILE 956, 650/75R32 duals, drain, decelerator, vg cond., $43,500 OBO. 12 spd., very good cond., $35,000. Phone Phone 306-960-5979, Prince Albert, SK. 204-268-5629, Hazelridge, MB. 876 FORD , 5555 hrs, 4 WD, asking 1988 VERSATILE 936, 12 speed, 6800 $45,000; 846 Ford, 3254 hrs, 4 WD, ask- h o u r s , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , 3 1 0 H P. ing $45,000. Both always shedded, field 306-220-8588, Edenwold, SK. ready. 306-537-5677, Lampman, SK. 1985 836 VERSATILE, 5000 hrs, 12 spd. FORD VERSATILE 876, 5600 hours, 12 trans, 4 hyds. w/return line for air seeder. speed standard, 20.8x38 tires, $39,000. 306-654-4627 evenings, Prud’Homme, SK. Reason for selling, land is for sale. 306-542-2297, Kamsack, SK.

NEW 12.4x24 8 PLY, $278; 18.4x30 12 ply, $599; 18.4x34 12 ply, $669; 20.8x38 12 ply, $845; 18.4x38 12 ply, $745; 30.5x32 16 ply, $1995; 24.5x32 12 ply, $1487; 18.4x42 12 ply, $1397; 20.8x42, $1492; 20.5x25 20 ply, $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply, $795; 14.9x24 12 ply, $379; 16.9x28 12 ply, $499. Factory-direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. All tube-type tires include t u b e s . U s e d t i r e s a l s o av a i l a b l e . 1-800-667-4515. 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. 1998 8870 MFWD w/Quickie 990 FEL, 6600 hrs., very good, $55,900. Call 1-877-862-2413, 1-877-862-2387. Photos and details at 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. 2004 NEW HOLLAND TC21D acreage tractor, 2 speed hydro., Leon loader, 6’ finishing mower, 650 hours, excellent. $12,500. 306-735-7640, Langbank, 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.

2003 or 2005 Dodge diesel, 4 WD, Quad Cab trucks. WILL TRADE for 120 to 200 H P, M F W D o r 4 W D t r a c t o r. P h o n e 250-785-8640, Fort St. John, BC. 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. 2005 LANDINI, 165 HP, shuttle shift, MFWD, 2450 hrs, 2795 HD loader and grapple, $65,000. 306-957-4201 Vibank SK 2000 VALTRA 8950 High Tech, w/980 Quickie loader, 3500 hrs, FWA, twin trac, one owner. 306-842-4072, Weyburn, 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.



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TRACTOR PARTS and quality engine rebuild kits. Tractor service manuals, instructive repairs. Owners manuals. Our 37th year. Toll free 1-800-481-1353, GRATTON COULEE AGRI PARTS LTD. Your #1 place to purchase late model combine and tractor parts. Used, new and rebuilt. Toll free 888-327-6767.

TRADE: Eight 18.4x34 tires and rims, 4 NEW HOLLAND 358 mix mill, good shape, dual rims, and 4 cast style, plus 4 dual $3900; John Deere 222 flex header, hubs for 4” axle. WANTED: Four 20.8x38 $6500. 306-253-4688, Vonda, SK. w/rims. 306-544-2613, Hanley, SK. COMBINES, 1993 JD 535 baler, $7500; 59’ Friggstad cult. w/harrows, $5000; Morris 48’ rodFOUR-WHEELD RIVES, weeder, $800; 1993 JD 9600 w/914 PU, $30,000; 1982 JD 7720 w/212 PU and 230 MFD,ET C... header, $10,000; JD 930F header, $6000; NEW 2010 McCORMICK MTX145, 3 hyds., Massey 25’/28’ swather, $800; M11 SeedCHOOSE FROM 540/1000 PTO, air, light pkg., deluxe cab, Rite 22’, $1000; 35’ Seed-O-Vator w/210 $69,950.306-445-9897 North Battleford SK TBT tank, $9000; Large round alfalfa bales, 1966 WAGNER WA-14, 4 WD, 300 HP offers. 306-456-2884, Oungre, SK. C u m m i n s 8 5 5 , 1 3 s p d . , r u n s g r e at , 03 B o u rga u lt 7200 h ea vy h a rro w , $12,000 OBO. 780-672-2144, Camrose, AB 72,23’’tin es,fullhyd.control......$26,300 OBO 1984 895 VERSATILE, 6300 hrs., new 99 Flexi-Co il67X LT pu ll-type spra yer, tires; 1973 4630 JD, duals, 8400 hrs.; TRADES WELCOME! 1250 im,90’trailin g boom ,w in dscreen s, 1973 4430 JD, duals, weights, 8100 hrs. DELIVERY CAN BE ARRANGED 18.4x26 lug tires,Raven rate control,on board Arch Equipment 306-867-7252 Outlook SK CALLG ORD rin se tan k & chem .han dler.................$16,5 00 W14 CASE PAYLOADER, feedlot special, Hi-Way Service, Ltd. H ea vy d u ty lo w bed ta n d em a xle tra iler, grapple fork, good tires, motor redone, has ram ps,recently used for haulin g w ater, 403-308-1135 $10,000. NH 9030 bi-dir., w/loader, good cond $27,000. 403-552-3753 Kirriemuir AB has 2-1400 gal.& 1-1700 gal.plastic tan ks, LETHBRIDGE, AB. approx.40’,asking ..............................$10,300 1992 846, AutoSteer, 12 spd. std., 260 HP, 47 NEW BOURGAULT 410QCA quick couw ith tanks and plum bing. hyd. return line, 5150 hrs., $34,000. plers w/plastic wedges, tool, $35 each 204-937-3195, Roblin, MB. Allequ ipm en t is w ellm a in ta in ed OBO. Ph. 306-789-3281 eves., Regina, SK. a n d in go o d sh a pe.


An gu sville,M B 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. WANTED: 14’ DOZER blade to fit 1000 Series Steiger KR1225. 306-228-3698, Unity, SK. 1994 KOMATSU WA320 wheel loader, quick attach, bucket, forks, 3rd valve, good condition. Jerry Ryan 780-915-5426, St. Albert, AB. JD Degelman 9’ HD blade, easy to angle, dual cylinder lift, will mount easily on any 2 WD tractor. $2200. 306-238-4509, Goodsoil, SK LEON DOZER BLADE, 14’, 6-way blade, 44 series, silage ext., fits 9000 JD series 4 WD, like new. 306-448-4819, Manor, SK. 2005 795 BUHLER true self levelling loader, 6’ bucket and bale fork, exc. cond. 306-724-2204, 306-468-7356, Debden, SK 8’ LEON 747 FEL w/new Peloquin grapple forks for sale. 306-452-3411 evenings, Redvers, SK. ALLIED 894 FEL, with 7’ bucket and heavy duty bale fork, $6500. Phone 780-242-5504, Gunn, AB. 2 0 0 3 LW 1 1 0 B N H PAY L O A D E R , w/grapple fork, only 3200 hrs., $65,000. Phone 306-224-4272, Windthorst, SK. JD DOZER FOR SALE: 2005, 700J LT, 3165 hrs., ripper, 6-way blade, cab, AC. Conquest Equip for pricing, 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. 1978 JD 544B wheel loader, asking $22,500. Call Ernie 204-325-2550 or 204-829-3486, Plum Coulee, MB. 2004 S130 BOBCAT, 46 HP, 378 hours, deluxe cab with heater, power Bob tach, bucket positioning, $22,500; 66” snowblower, $3500. 306-843-2800, Wilkie, SK. 1990 CASE 621 wheel loader, 20.5x25 tires, c/w log forks, third spool, new Case engine drop-in 0 hrs. Contact Ron Sr. for more info 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK IH 2350 FEL, 5’ bucket, good condition, $4500. 306-533-1840, Esterhazy, 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. 42’ BOURGAULT 5710 air drill, 7” spacing, 6350 tank, dual fan and rear hitch; 1997 JD 9100 4 WD, triple hyd., 20.8x38 duals, approx. 2700 hrs; 2003 JD 9750 combine, w/precision PU header, approx. 1300 threshing hrs., excellent condition. 306-389-4820, Ruddell, SK. 664 ROGATOR, 80’, 800 gal., 2 sets of tires, $55,000; 2008 Case 2588 combine, 817 and 714 hrs, $196,000; 2009 Case 385 tractor, 822 hrs., $188,000; Case 36’ draper, $33,000; 30’ flex, $26,000; Degelman 45’ roller, $25,000. 306-831-9023 or 780-679-5775, Wiseton, SK. 1994 JD 8770, 4 WD, 5070 hrs., 12 spd., 4 remotes plus return, 20.8x38, $67,000 or $79,000 with JD Starfire AutoSteer; 1996 Morris Maxim, 34’ air drill, 10” spacing, DS, paired row w/2003 7300 TBH w/3rd tank, $45,000; 2001 CIH 2388 with 2015 plus Swathmaster, AFX, AFS, rock trap, Crary ext., 2500 eng., 1922 sep. hrs., $95,000; 2008 Ezee-On 1275 14’ braking disc., $24,500. 306-827-4911, Radisson, 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

204 -773-2379 • 204 -773-024 4 204 -773-2879 ESSENTIAL OIL HARVEST and portable processing plant for sale. Includes: NH silage harvester with NewHouse hydraulics 5th wheel dolly, 2 NewHouse 5th wheel cooker tub wagons, 2 condensers and receiving cans, 2 50’ high pressure steam hoses, connection lines etc. 306-244-2283, Saskatoon, SK. VALMAR 40’ pull type, c/w disc marker, new meter wheel, shedded, good cond., $2500. 403-442-2547, Trochu, AB. 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, 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.

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RENTED FARM: 1980 Versatile 875, rebuilt eng., inside duals- 70%, $27,000 OBO; 1980 JD 4440, powershift, 3 PTH, CAH, 580/70Rx38 rear tires, 9800 hrs., $25,000 OBO; JD 41’ DT cult. c/w shovels, spikes and NH3 knives, mounted harrows; Versatile 150 bi-directional, 3 PTH, FEL, c/w Farm King 9600 snowblower; Morris 15’ tandem disc; Degelman 570 hyd. stonepicker. Phone 306-338-2674, Kuroki, 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.

610 JD 28’ floating hitch air seeder, 777 110 bu. tank $8500; 36’ Degelman harrows, $2200 like new; NH 357 mixmill w/power bale feeder $1500; 2130 JD tractor, w/146 loader/grapple $7500; 535 JD baler belts, like new, kicker $7500. Meacham, SK. 306-376-4420, 306-222-4230(c)

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G O O D D EAL S ... AN D A G O O D D EAL M O R E 4 W D TR A C TO R S 2006 C ase STX450 auto steer, 55 gpm pum p, 1590 hrs...................................................$199,000 (E) 1993 JD 8770 , 12 spd,20.8X 38 duals, 7557 hrs..................................................$58,000 (R E) 1991 Versatile 876 , 12 spd,20.8x38 duals, 7240 hrs..................................................$39,000 (R E) 1989 JD 8560 , 24 spd,18.4x38 duals, 5174 hrs....................................................$46,500 (E)

2 W D - M FW D TR A C TO R S 2009 JD 5101E M FW D , C ab, loader, 33 hrs.........................................................$62,500 (E) 2010 JD 7230, m fw d, cab, loader, 433 hrs.....................................................$102,500 (E) 2009 JD 6430 , m fw d, cab, loader, 1235 hrs.....................................................$80,000 (E) 2003 C IH M XM 130 , m fw d, cab, 5500 hrs..C A LL (E) 2002 JD 7810 , m fw d, loader, 3700 hrs.....................................................$92,500 (E) 1993 Kubota M 9580 , 90 hp, m fw d, loader, 3152 hrs.....................................................$37,900 (E) 1979 JD 4640 , quad, duals......................$24,000 (A ) 1980 JD 4640 , quad, singles...................$19,000 (O ) 1975 JD 1830 , loader, 3 pt.......................$12,900 (A ) 1975 JD 4630 , quad,20.8x38 duals.......$17,000 (R E) 1975 JD 4430 , quad, 18.4x38, 158 loader..............................................$18,700 (R E) 1975 JD 4430 , quad,18.4x38 ....................$16,000 (O ) JD 4010 , 2scv, new paint.....................$11,000 (R A ) 1975 M F 165, gas , loader, 3 pt........................$6,000

2005 B randt SB 4000 , 90’suspended boom ..................................................$32,000 (A )(R A ) 1998 FlexicoilS67XL , 130’ground sprayer.....................................................$13,500 (A ) 1998 B ourgault 1450 , 110’ground sprayer......................................................$12,500 (E) 2002 Spray A ir 3400 , 96’suspended boom .........................................................$28,000 (O )

M ISC ELLA N EO U S EQ U IPM EN T 2006 72’B ourgault 7200 heavy H arrow .$37,500 (A ) 70’B randt H eavy H arrow , hyd tine adj.....C A LL (E) D egelm an R ock digger for dozer blade.$ 1,500 (A ) D egelm an R P6000 rock picker...............$13,500 (E) 2007 B ergen 6000SC sw ather transport..................................................$13,900 (O ) B obcat S250 skid steer, 460 hrs..........$39,000 (R A ) D egelm an R 570S rockpicker..................$4,000 (R E) 1995 H ighline XL6084 rockpicker...........$13,000 (E) Schulte XH 1500 w /flex arm

B A LE PR O C ESSO R S King 2010 , 40 bus grain tank R ED U C ED ................................................$12,500 (R E) B ale King 880, R ED U C ED ..........................$7,500 (A ) H ighline 7000H D ........................................C A LL (R E)


1995 H esston 565T R ound B aler...............$8,500 (E) 2006 JD 567 B aler, m ega w ide, tw ine tie.................................................$25,000 (R E) 1991 JD 375 B aler, 5x4 round bale...........$7,500 (E) C O M B IN ES 1994 JD 335 B aler....................................$5,600 (R E) 2008 JD 9870 , 42” duals, pw r cast, loaded, 2008 C IH R B 564 R ound B aler.................$28,000 (O ) 522 hrs....................................................$302,500 (A ) 2002 C IH R B X561 R ound B aler 2008 JD 9870 , 38” duals, 615 pickup, (2 choices)..........................................$14,000 (E) (O ) 500 hrs..................................................$316,000 (R E) 2001 JD 1600A m ow er conditioner....$15,000 (R A ) 2005 JD 9860 , 800 single s, 1300 hrs...$202,000 (R E) 2000 C IH SC 416 m ow er conditioner, 2004 JD 9860 , 42” duals, loaded, dble sickle................................................$14,000 (E) 1213 hrs..................................................$207,000 (A ) W IN D R O W ER S 2004 JD 9860 , 42” duals, loaded, 1333 hrs..................................................$206,000 (A ) (X2) 2008 JD 4895 W indrow er w /36’H B ...$115,000 JD 9770STS , V arious options.............15 to choose 25’Prairie Star 4800 SP , dsl, PU R , JD 9760STS , V arious options...............5 to choose cab............................................................$23,500 (O ) 25’C ase 5000 SP , dsl, PU R , cab...........$17,000 R A ) 2002 JD 9750STS , 20.8X 38 D uals, 615P, 2283 hrs........................................................C A LL (E) 1999 M acdon 2930 SP , 25’.....................$45,000 (R E) 30’M F 220 SP .........................................$41,700 (R E) 2000 JD 9750STS, 520x38 duals, 2919 hrs....................................................$115,000 E) 1993 M F 200 SP ........................................$29,500.(E) 1998 M acdon 30’1900 pulltype, 2007 JD 9660STS , 20.8X 38 duals, 873 hrs........................................................C A LL (R E) pickup reel.................................................$9,500 (E) 2000 JD 9650STS , 20.8X 38 duals, 914P, SEED IN G EQ U IPM EN T 1880 hrs................................................$121,500 (R E) (12 m onths w aiver) 2000 JD 9650STS , 30.5X 32, 914P, 1991 hrs.C A LL (O ) 61’(X2) JD 1830 , 10” spg,430b, 2001 JD 9650 W alkers, 2883 hrs............$95,000 (A ) 1910 tbh cart..........................................$150,000 (A ) 2000 JD 9650 W alkers, 2062 hrs............$98,000 (A ) 61’JD 1830 , 12” spg, ds, rub pkrs, 430 bu, 2007 N H C R 9060 , loaded, pickup, 1910 cart.................................................$165,000 (A ) 369 hrs.....................................................$240,000 (E) 61’JD 1820 , 10” spg,430 bu, 2008 C IH 7010 , pickup, loaded, 1910 tbh..................................................$125,000 (A ) 424 hrs..................................................$259,000 (R E) 52’JD 1820 , 10” spg, rubber pkrs, 340 bu, 2005 C IH 2388 , pickup, loaded, 1910 ...........................................................$83,000 (A ) 1650 hrs................................................$152,000 (R E) 52’JD 1820 , 10” spg, rubber pkrs, 430 bu, 2001 C IH 2388 , pickup, loaded, 1910 ..........................................................$130,000 (A 1924 hrs..................................................$123,000 (A ) 57’JD 1810 , 10”, A ir Pkg.......................$35,000 (R E) 1997 JD C TS , 30.5x32, hopper cover, 42’(X2) JD 1895 no tilldr ill, 430 bus, 1983 hrs.....................................................$74,500 (E) 1910 cart..........................................$178,000 (R E)(E) 1997 JD C TS , 30.5x32, chopper, 40’(X2) JD 737, 10” spg, steelpkrs, 170 bus, 1578 hrs....................................................$79,000 (A ) 787 cart.............................................$39,000 (A )(R A ) 6-JD 9600 , 1990 - 1997 ......................................C A LL 66’SeedH aw k 6612 seed cart, 3-JD 9500 , 1993 - 1995 ......................................C A LL liquid fert cart......................................$235,000 (R E)


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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. 28’ TRAILMOBILE TANDEM highboy, $3900; 95’ Flexi-Coil S62 sprayer, auto rate control, 800 gal. tank, hydraulic pump, $4500; Westfield MK 10x60 auger, $4000. 306-833-3055, Spiritwood, SK.

2010 B randt 1545 conveyor, m over/engine.........................................$20,500 (A ) 2008 B randt 1585 conveyor, w /1515 ......$24,500 (A ) 2006 B randt 13x90H P auger...................$21,000 (A ) 2003 B randt 10x70 auger..........................$7,500 (A ) 2006 B randt 1545 conveyor, (2) m overs/engines...........................$17,000 (E,R A ) 2001 B randt 15x75 conveyor w /1515 ....$10,800 (A ) Farm King 10x80 sw ing auger...............$12,500 (O ) 2003 Farm King 13x70 sw ing auger....$12,500 (R A ) Several10x60, 10x70, 13x70 augers , various m akes.....................................$1500 - $8500 2005 R em 2100 grain vaccum .................$17,000 (E) B randt 4500 grain vac.............................$13,600 (O ) Kongskilde 500 grain vac.........................$6,000 (E)

SPR A Y ER S 2001 JD 4710 , poly tank, 2 sets tires, N orac, 2100 hrs..................................................$139,000 (O ) 2009 JD 4830 , 100’, 1000 galS/S, 636 hrs..................................................$254,000 (R A ) 2006 JD 4720 , 90’, S/S Tank, 1890 hrs................................................$189,000 (R E) 2003 R ogator 1254 , 110’, 1200 galS/S, 1705 hrs................................................$149,000 (R E)

42’B ourgault 5710 tw o units....................C A LL (R E) 47’B ourgault 5710 , 5350 cart.............$106,000 (R E) 63’B ourgault 5710 , 9.8”, R ubber packers, 5440 cart.................................................$147,000 (A ) 30’B ourgault 8810 , 10”spg, D S, steelpk rs, 3225 tank................................................$55,000 (R E) 57’Flexicoil5000 , 12” spg, ss, stlpkrs, stealth, 2320 TB H tank.......................................$57,500 (R A ) 51’Flexicoil5000 , 12” spg, 2320 TB H tank.........................................$65,000 (O ) 39’Flexicoil5000 , 10” spg, 2320 TB H tank.........................................$39,500 (A ) 33’Flexicoil5000 , 12” spg,1720 tank.$35,000 (R A ) 50’Flexicoil7500 , 12” spg, 3450 TB T tank........................................$65,000 (R A ) 41’Flexicoil800 airseeder, 12” spg, 1610 tbh tank.........................................$17,500 (R E) 40’C ase/C oncord no tilldr ill..................$19,500 (O ) 56’C oncord 5612 , 12” spg, dblshoot, no tank .......................................................C A LL (R A ) 47’C oncord 4710 , 9” spg, ss, A S 300 TB H tank ...........................................................$52,000 (A ) 37’N oble Seedovator ,7” spg, 190 bus TB T tank ..................................$12,500 (R A ) 49’(X2) M orris M axum , 12” spg, D /S, TB H cart.................................$30,000-50,000 (E)(R E)

N E LSO N M O T OR S & E QU IPM E NT A vonlea, Sask. R adville, Sask. (306) 868-2022 (306) 869-3000 Estevan, Sask. R edvers, Sask. (306) 634-6422 (306) 452-3418 O xbow , Sask.(306) 483-5115 W ebsite:w w w .nelsonm

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, Box 429, Melita, MB. R0M 1L0. Phone 204-522-3263. 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. BestBu ys in Used Equ ipm en t

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M ID -W ES T TRACTO R Davidson, SK Phone (306) 567-3074 AfterHo u rS a les Kelly (306) 567- 8077 • R o n (306) 567- 72 54

Raymore, SK Phone (306) 746-2289 AfterHo u rS a les Bla in e (306) 746- 7574 • Al(306) 72 6- 7808 ©2007 CNH America LLC. All rights reserved. Case IH is a registered trademark of CNH America LLC. CNH Capital is a trademark of CNH America LLC. Fin a n cin g pro vid ed b y len d in g/lea s in g/cred itca rd s /in s u ra n ce

35’ 665 JD Air seeder, new tires and fan, $3000; 30’ IH cult., $1000; 45’ IH cult., $2000; Schultz rockpicker, hyd. drive. 306-648-3570 after 6 PM, Gravelbourg, SK AS NEW 3” water pump, $350; 3” Honda water pump, $400; 2” Honda water pump, $250; 3” intake hard rubber hose and 3” discharge, new with new couplers, $150. Phone 306-789-3281 eves., Regina, SK. DEGELMAN - PICKERS, LAND rollers, Strawmaster, rock diggers, booked savings. Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, 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. 1988 MELROE 220 Spra-Coupe, 40’, ready to go, $15,500; 6610 Agland Macerator, used very little, $10,000; Tri-dump, triaxle grain trailer, good shape, $16,000; Silopress XPII, working cond., $7500; JD 670 side delivery rake, $750; NH 185 spreader w/chain floor, needs some attention, $2000; JI Case 5600, 10’, 3 PTH, chisel plow, exc. shape, $1150; Artex Sawdust thrower, $4000. Call Rick 250-4289184 or Peter 250-402-9584. Leave msg.. Creston, BC. Email: 34’ TOLEDO PLATFORM scale, $2000; 1974 2670 Case, 4 WD, 4 nearly new 20.8x34 tires, $5000; Rubber press wheel packers/gangs for Morris air drill $40.00 each wheel; 18.4x38 bolt on duals w/ hubs for 1086, $1250. 204-744-2312 Somerset, MB

WANTED: CASE/IH 1688 combine in field ready condition. 780-785-2923, 780-785-3126, Sangudo, AB. WANTED TO BUY: Tractor with front end loader in need of mechanical repair. 306-395-2668, Chaplin, SK. 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: 350 BU. gravity wagon; Sakundiak 8x60 auger, not a swing; JD 1610, 610 41’ deep tiller. 204-773-2868, Russell, MB. WANTED: 40’ BOURGAULT wing type P-30 packer bar or trade for P-20 packer bar. 306-342-4277, Glenbush, SK. WANTED; USED, BURNT, old or ugly tractors. Newer models too! Smith’s Tractor Wrecking, 1-888-676-4847. WANTED: NEW HOLLAND small round baler, Model #847 or 848. Meadow, Lake, SK. Phone 306-236-6078. WANTED: 5 BOTTOM, 3 pt. hitch plow. Phone: 403-782-2576, Ponoka, AB. WANTED: JD rubber tired trailer in good condition. Call 306-441-4370, leave message, North Battleford, SK. WANTED: 1972 TO 1977 JD 6030 tractor in any condition and anywhere. Call 204-766-2643. WANTED: 60 to 72 HP tractor, w/loader, w/wo FWD, preferred good condition. 306-764-7609, Prince Albert, SK. WANTED: GRASS CATCHER for LX 178 JD 38” riding mower. 204-742-3738, Ethelbert, MB. WANTED: 60’ MORRIS II Wrangler harrow packer bar, with heavy packers, in good cond. Phone 780-674-4080, Barrhead, AB. WANTED: FWA TRACTOR, must have 540/1000 PTO. Phone 306-939-4565, Earl Grey, SK. WANTED: JD TRACTORS for salvage, prompt pickup, fair prices. G.S. Tractor Salvage, Blaine Lake, SK., 306-497-3535. WANTED: MF #36 DISCERS, all sizes, paying $100, will pick up. 306-259-4923, 306-946-9669, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. WANTED: JD 8640 or 8650, in good cond. Wanted: 60’ harrow packer. 780-674-5481, Barrhead, AB. WANTED: 40’ to 49’ cultivator w/harrows and also packer bar for same, good cond. Woodrow, SK. Call 403-327-9785. WANTED: PULL TYPE Valmar 240 in good condition. 780-208-4808, Viking, AB. WANTED: NEW HOLLAND bale wagons. Roeder Implement Inc . Seneca, KS, 785-336-6103. WANTED: IH 600, 650 Super 6 and Super WD-9, 1456, 1026, 1206 and 1256. Phone 319-442-3592, Keystone, Iowa.



WANTED: Degelman or Bourgault heavy CLEAR SPRINGS TROUT FARM Rainbow harrow and Degelman land roller. Yorkton, Trout, 4”, 6” and 8” for spring stocking. SK, phone 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586. 204-937-4403, 204-937-8087, Roblin, MB. WANTED: 1966 D100 or G100 Versatile 4WD tractor, running or for parts. Phone McNABB TROUT HATCHERY now taking orders for Rainbow Trout fingerlings for 204-364-2405, Arborg, MB. spring stocking. 306-934-6557. Box 55, RR WANTED: TUBGRINDERS all makes and 5, Saskatoon, SK. S7K 3J8. cond.; Wanted JD 1610 CHISEL PLOWS, all sizes. 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. BEV’S FISH & SEAFOOD LTD., buy direct, fresh fish: Pickerel, Northern Pike, Whitefish and Lake Trout. Seafood also available. Phone toll free 1-877-434-7477, REM TRAILER TYPE post pounder, build-in 306-763-8277, Prince Albert, SK. hydraulic, $2000 OBO. 306-395-2668, KEETS FISH FARM 3 to 7” Rainbow Trout 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. for spring stocking. Call 306-260-0288 or 306-270-4639 to place an order. Website: Saskatoon, SK.

4T CONTRACTORS INC. See Custom Work. Call 306-329-4485, 306-222-8197, Asquith, SK. Email: BLACKFOOT CREEK FENCING, will do barbed wire, repair, removal, corral, big game. Glen 306-344-2663, Onion Lake, SK.

TWO 48 KW GENERATORS, LPG Cummins LOWEST PRICES IN CANADA on new, high engine sound proof enclosed. $7500 each. quality generator systems. Quality diesel generators, Winpower PTO tractor driven 204-522-5685, Waskada, SK. alternators, automatic / manual switch and commercial duty Sommers PowNEW AND USED generators, all sizes from gear, and Sommers / Winco portable 5 kw to 3000 kw, gas, LPG or diesel. Phone ermaster and Home standby packages. for availability and prices. Many used in generators 74 years of reliable service. Contact Somstock. 204-643-5441, Fraserwood, MB. mers Generator Systems for all your generator requirements at 1-800-690-2396. Email: Online:

PIPE SUCKER RODS, all sizes. Light, heavy, coated, low prices. Bob’s Pipe Sales, FREE COLOR CATALOGUE of Zone 2 hardy 780-674-0807, hedging, windbreaks, shrubs, fruit and perBULK BOLTS: 4000 lbs 1/4”-1” grade 5 ennials. Family enterprise for 99 years. NC, some grade 8 NF, all or some, $1/lb, BUY from a grower and SAVE. Boughen price negotiable for large quantities, call Nurseries V. R. Ltd., Box 12, Valley River, for list. 403-742-3740, Stettler, AB. MB, R0L 2B0 ph. 204-638-7618, fax 204-638-7172.

TRIMBLE EZ-GUIDE PLUS light bar guidance system, GPS. 306-382-0764 or DIESEL GENSET SALES AND SERVICE, 306-329-4416, Saskatoon, SK. 12 KW to 300 KW, lots of units in stock, used and new, Perkins, JD, Deutz. We also 2009 TRIMBLE 250 GPS, optional antenna, build custom gensets. We currently have 306-336-2751 leave msg, Lipton, SK. special pricing on new 90 KW Perkins OUTBACK S3 COMPLETE with e-drive and units. Call for pricing 204-792-7471, Win- kits for Steiger CM280 and 3D 7700. nipeg, MB. 306-398-7668, Cut Knife, SK.

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

HAZELTHORN DOUBLE ARBOR saw, 44 HP top, 60 HP bottom, will saw 8x6” cant; Centaro bandsaw C9100C c/w feed, $1800; 20” Dewalt armsaw w/extra blades and guards, $1500; 204-367-2917, 5 x 1 0 P O RTA B L E C O R R A L PA N E L S 204-367-2440, Pine Falls, MB. starting at $55. 403-226-1722, 1-866-5171975 TREE FARMER line skidder, 3-53 De8335, Calgary, AB, troit, $6500 OBO. 306-594-2854, Hyas, SK. IXL FENCING/DECKING, 10 yrs. experience in barbed wire, corrals and privacy fencing. Call Ryan 306-544-7883 for estimates. Hanley, SK. CORRAL POSTS, rails, second cut slabs, 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 . 1988 JCB 530B telescoping 8000# forklift, 306-548-4711, Sturgis, SK. outriggers, 4X4, diesel, cab, $20,000. CLEAN USED STEEL TUBING. Diameters Good for farm use. 780-939-4100, Morinfrom 1” to 2-7/8”. Also CONTINUOUS ville, AB. FENCE PANELS. Phone 780-955-9395, Nisku, AB, TELEHANDLER FOR SALE: 2005 Gehl MILLS CUSTOM FENCING, all terrain. D8-42L, 950 hrs., cab, heat, 8000 lb. lift Will travel. Taking bookings. Earl Grey, SK, capacity. Conquest Equip 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. 306-726-7550, 306-939-2057. GUARANTEED PRESSURE TREATED fence ZOOM BOOMS, FORKLIFTS, Toyotas, posts, lumber slabs and rails. Contact Leh- Komatsus, Doosan. Good variety of JLG ner Wood Preservers Ltd., ask for Ron and Genie manlifts. 780-939-4100, Morin306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. ville, AB. SPEEDRITE electric fencers and accessories. Protech Post Pounders. Lamb Acres, 306-725-4820, Bulyea, SK. WHEATHEART POST POUNDERS, post hole augers, Gallagher fencing equipment HAZELNUT PLANTS FOR sale, $3 each. and Energizer repairs. 1-866-746-2666. 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 . CUSTOM FENCING and corral building, no 306-966-7286, job too big or too small. 306-699-7450, Qu’Appelle, SK. 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, MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. Visit us at: Also see section #3560 Custom Work.

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 Albert, SK. JACK PINE, BIRCH FIREWOOD. Pick up or delivered. Bob 306-220-1278, Saskatoon, SK.

SOLAR DOMESTIC HOT water systems; Photovoltaic power systems; Wind turb i n e s , h o r i z o n t a l a n d ve r t i c a l a x i s . Patrick 403-280-9900, 403-589-1272, Calgary, AB. 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. MIRACLE MOLECULE, a Noble prize winner! Heals heart, high blood pressure, cholesterol, overweight, arthritis, etc. 306-544-2560 Hanley, SK.

KATOLIGHT 55 KW auto genset on nat. gas, 350 Chev motor, 98 hrs., c/w auto transfer switch, shutters, exhaust, and nat. gas fittings. Can be heard running. Phone Darcy 403-860-6960, Linden, AB.

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TUBING: 1-1/2”, 2-3/8”, 2-7/8”, 3-1/2”. Sucker rod, 3/4”, 7/8”, 1” plain or scraper type. Other pipe avail. 1-800-661-7858, 780-842-5705, Wainwright, AB. OILFIELD TUBING AND RODS, 2-7/8” at $30, 3/4” rods at $6. Truckload quantities only. 306-861-1280, Weyburn, SK.

National Leasing understands agriculture. Whether BLOCKED SEASONED JACK Pine firewood for sale. Contact Lehner Wood Preservers Ltd., 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. Will deliver. Self-unloading trailer. SEASONED SPRUCE SLAB firewood, one cord bundles, $67. Volume discounts. V&R Sawing, 306-232-5488, Rosthern, SK. FIREWOOD: SEMI LOADS, self-unloading truck, or pick up on yard. Hague, SK. Phone: 306-232-4986, 306-212-7196.

1500 PIECES OF NEW GALVANIZED corrugated sheet metal, several different sizes, 10,000’ of 1/2” cable, like new. Phone 204-667-2867, fax 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB.

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.

WESTERN IRRIGATION LTD. Reinke centre pivot dealer. We buy and sell new and used equipment. For sale: travelling big GRAIN/PELLET BURNING STOVES, Grain gun, Deutz pumping unit, etc. Phone Burning and Wood Burning outdoor fur- 306-867-9461, Outlook, SK. naces. Prairie Fire Grain Energy, Bruno, SK. Ph. 306-369-2825. THINKING OF IRRIGATING or moving Pumping units, 6” to 10” alum. 3 PROPANE HERMAN NELSON heaters, water? wheel moves. Dennis, 403-308-1400, 75,000-135,000 BTU, used once, $150 pipe, AB. 40 years of experience, not a each. Also rubber hoses for propane. Har- Taber, Dealer. Email ris, SK, 306-656-2121. END OF SEASON SALE! Coalman Out- 2005 JD 4045T, 80 HP pumping unit, door Furnace. Cut your heating costs, burn c/w Berkley B4GQBH pump, 12.75” impelcoal. Stras- ler, exhaust primer, like new, only 2633 hrs., $14,000. Phone 403-654-2627 or cell bourg, SK, 306-725-7552. 403-634-4222, Vauxhall, AB. LOOKING FOR 22” or larger coal stoker 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 HOME OF THE ELECTROGATOR II. Renke centre pivots, lateral pivots, miniga780-948-9160, Spruce Grove, AB. tors, travelling guns and new and used AO SMITH COMMERCIAL electric hot wa- pumps. Can design your system and inter heaters. 2 heaters, 5’x5’x10’, 600 gal. stall. Phone 306-858-7351 Lucky Lake, SK. capacity, 860,000 BTU’s, $15,000 ea. OBO. Contact for more info. Ph. 778-241-8162, Surrey, BC.

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SHELTERBELT TREES. Poplars 3-4’ tall, Spruce and Pine 1’ tall, all in 1 gal. pots. $7 ea., min. 200/order. Bareroot Ash and Elm straight 7-9’ tall, $18 ea., min. 50/order. White Spruce 3’ tall, 5 gal. pot, $20 ea., min. 50/order. In Saskatoon, SK., can ship anywhere 1-877-995-5253. 1985 GMC TOP Kick 7000 diesel, equipped with 60” Vermeer tree spade, exc. cond., $32,500. 780-875-3909, Lloydminster, AB.

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RED ANGUS BULLS sired by Sakic, Black CASE 446 GARDEN tractor, 16 HP, mower Angus by Density & Maine-Anjou bulls at and tiller. Motor needs work. Phone: Lazy H Bull Sale, March 31, 2 PM, 10 miles South of Maymont, SK. 306-237-9581. 306-252-2794, Kenaston, SK.

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EAST CENTRAL BULL POWER AGRIPAVILION- Exhibition Grounds, Yorkton, SK, Tuesday, March 22, 2011. For info: 306-783-4800


BURNETT 27TH ANNUAL BULL and Female Sale, Saturday April 2nd, Swift Current, SK. 50 yearling Black Angus and Tarentaise purebred bulls and composite bulls, low birth weights, calving ease, stacked pedigrees, gaining 3+ lbs. per day. First calf heifers with Feb. calves and open replacem 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.

APPROX. 700 eight year old Apple trees, 7 different varieties, asking $80/tree. Selling small or large quantities; Also Haskap ANGORA RABBIT FLEECE, ready to spin, trees, asking $15/tree. Ready for pickup colors and white, $3.00 to $5.00 an ounce. early spring. 306-368-2399, Lake Lenore, SK email 250-726-8023, Uclulet, BC.

ALL-BREEDS OPEN REPLACEMENT Heifer Auction, 8th Annual, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK, Saturday, April 9, 1 : 0 0 P M . w w w. j o h n s t o n e a u c t i o n . c a 306-693-4715.








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Meridian Model 4328L DW Fuel Tank Includes GPI Cabinet pump package (includes 115V-20gpm pump w/meter), filter, 25’ x 3/4” Arctic hose, automatic nozzle, standard hose retractor c/w 8’ post, tank level site gauge, drip pot and skid base. Meridian fuel tanks are coated with Meridian’s exclusive Powder Coating and come with the #1 paint warranty in the industry. Statements made by owners of Meridian double wall fuel tanks. We needed larger and better fuel storage on our farm and Meridian had the best tank and options available. The safest and cleanest fuel storage we’ve ever had! Our Meridian fuel tank paid for itself in the first year.

Never climb a bin again. The Full Bin Super Sensor let`s you know when your bin is full. A sensor attached to the auger spout detects when the bin is full and electronically signals the light placed on the auger tubing or any other convenient location for quick visibility. Effective with any size of bin, it`s simple, accurate and safe to use. FOB Unity, SK.

These heavy-duty Gen II tanks come equipped with ribbed dome, large tie-down lugs, loading/ unloading hooks, 16 inch vented lid and 2 inch Banjo fitting with siphon tube for better drainage. Excellent transport or stationary tank for water or liquid fertilizer. FOB St. Brieux, SK.

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11 REGISTERED ANGUS bred heifers, service to HF Tiger, SAV Iron Mountain, DM New Design. Calving in April. Glennie Bros. Angus, Carnduff, SK. 403-862-7578.

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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 2’s plus 200+ commercial females. Video clips, sale bulls at Call Dallas 403-934-7597, Chris 403-901-5045.

Richardson Pioneer North Battleford, Hamlin 306-445-7163 THE 5th Lords of the North Bull Sale. Offering 21 Simmental bulls, 20 Red Angus bulls, and 10 PB open Simmental heifers, 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, 44TH ANNUAL ALAMEDA bull sale, Alame- EKW Red Angus 306-381-3691 for info or da Auction Mart, Sat. March 26, 2011 at a catalogue or view 1:00 PM; Featuring 68 bulls: Charolais, Black Angus, Red Angus. For more info CANDIAC CHOICE BULL SALE, Sunday, please call Brad Knutson 306-594-7637 or April 10, 2011, 2:00 PM, Candiac Auction Missy Hull 306-483-8986. View our cata- Mart, Candiac, SK. Stoney Creek Simmenlogue online at or tal 306-424-2772, Double K Acres Simmental 306-771-2667, Krazy K’s Red Angus 306-245-3308, Charhead Ranch Charolais 306-695-2073.

DISPERSAL, bred heifers, cows, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK, Sat., March 26, 1:00 PM. R. Wheeler: 30 Black/BBF; 20 Hereford heifers bred Black Angus, 8 Gelbvieh heifers, bred Hereford. All start calving March 1. B. Rempel Dispersal: 8 Red Angus heifers; 53 Black and Red Angus young cows, all bred Red Angus, start calving March 20; 2 Red Angus bulls; 35 Black Angus, 10 Red Angus cows bred Black Angus, start calving April 15. Plus other consignments. Phone 306-693-4715. PL #914447.

MERIT CATTLE CO. 18th Annual Bull Sale Mon. March 28. 50 Black Angus bulls from SUPERIOR DAMS. Contact Trent 306-869-3156 or 869-7207 or email: Radville, SK.

TRIPLE J FARMS Black Angus Bull Sale, 1:00 PM, April 1st at Whitewood Auction Mart. Offering 55 top yearling bulls and a select group of 10 yearling heifers. For info call Brad or Joe Jeannot at 306-538-2178. View catalogue at Whitewood, SK 49TH PARALLEL BLACK ANGUS BULL SALE, Monday, March 28th at 1:00 PM. Mankota Stockmen’s Weigh, Mankota, SK. Call 306-625-3676 or 306-478-2470 for more info. or to request a catalogue. 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. 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 SIX MILE RANCH 36th Annual Angus Bull Sale, Saturday, April 9th, 2011 at the ranch in Fir Mountain, SK., 1:00 PM. 106 ranch raised bulls for sale, including top end Red Angus yearlings, Black Angus yearlings and 2 year olds. Bring this ad for $ 5 0 o f f yo u r b u l l . C o n t a c t C l ay t o n 306-266-4895, or visit our website: 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:

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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.

SOUTHLAND ANGUS BULL SALE, Friday March 25th, 1:00 PM at the ranch at Shaunavon, SK. Contact Shane at 306-2977781. Catalogue can be viewed on-line at 20 YOUNG COWS, mostly 3 year olds, bred Black Angus to calve last week of April. 306-743-2720 evenings, Langenburg, SK. 19TH ANNUAL TOP CUT Black Angus Bull Sale. Friday, March 25, 2011, 1:00 PM at Cowtown Auction, Maple Creek, SK. 17 two year old bulls from Craig Angus and 40 yearling bulls from Forbes Ranch. To request a catalogue or for info phone Jason 306-622-4421 or Colin 306-558-2063. View online at 2 YR. OLD BULLS, top quality, priced right. Tom Blacklock, 306-668-2125, Grandora, SK. HI LOW ANGUS selling open heifers, yearlings, and coming 2 yr. old bulls. 306-731-2940 306-581-7606 Lumsden, SK

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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 TOP QUALITY AI SIRED bulls and heifers for sale. Elwood Smith, Linwood Angus, 306-528-4422, Nokomis, SK.

DOUBLE “F” CATTLE CO. and Wright Livestock Second Annual Bull Sale. Friday, March 25th, 1 PM, Heartland Livestock, Prince Albert, SK. Selling 39 Black Angus and 8 Red Angus yearling bulls from top genetics. For more info call Kelly Feige, 306-747-2376; Jim Wright 306-752-3543 View catalogue at: BULLS FOR SALE: 4- reg. 2 yr. olds and 1- 4 yr. old herdsire, all very docile. Will hold to end of April. Brent Lensen, 306-933-4683 days, 306-242-7547 eves, 306-220-4531 cell, Vanscoy, SK.

GLENDOR ACRES has for sale yearling Black Angus bulls. 306-638-6277, Moose Jaw, SK. 75 YOUNG BLACK Angus cross cows for SOUTHLAND BREEDERS 13TH Annual sale. 306-741-6513, Swift Current, SK. Bull Sale, March 26, 2011 1:30 p.m. PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS long yearling Rockglen Hall, Rockglen, SK. Bulls sell on bulls, bred heifers, replacement heifers DVD. Bulls will be penned prior to sale for and second calvers, A1 Service. Meadow viewing. Call Glenn at 306-476-2439. Ridge Enterprises, 306-373-9140, SaskaC at a l o g u e c a n b e v i ewe d o n l i n e at toon, SK. BELMORAL ANGUS SELLING on the farm BLACK ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE, Year- black and red yearlings and 5 two yr. olds. lings and two year olds, semen tested, 306-877-2014, 306-877-4402, Dubuc, SK. guaranteed breeders, delivery available. 306-287-3900, 306-287-8006, Englefeld, SK. 5th Annual BLUE COLLAR BULL SALE, Saturday April 9, 1:00 PM at Heartland CAJUN/FOXTAIL ANGUS, 35 yearling Livestock, Yorkton, SK. On offer: 50+ Angus bulls, Stockman 365, Krugerrand, purebred Black Angus bulls and 12 Black Density and Final Answer bloodlines. Angus yearling heifers. Call Scott Burkell: Grown out on forage based. Birthweight 306-783-7986, Troy Frick: 306-728-3515 and performance info. avail. Bon Accord, or Jordan Sies: 306-728-3279. AB. Ph. 780-921-2180 or 780-360-9064. ANNUAL EVERBLACK Angus ACQUIRE THE ANGUS ADVANTAGE at 10TH Sense Bull and Female Sale on the 14th Annual Triple A Bull Sale on Mon- Common Monday, March 28, 2:00 PM at Nilsson day, April 4th, Johnstone Auction, Moose Bros., Vermilion, Offering: 60- 2 yr. old Jaw, SK. 1 PM. 60 Black and 10 Red Angus Angus bulls, 25 AB. Angus yearling bulls, 15 bulls on feed at Hagerty Livestock, Stony Angus purebred females. back and reBeach, SK, 306-345-2523. Breeding sound- lax when you purchase a Sit Sense ness, performance and carcass data bull. Contact Ernie Gibson,Common Everblack Anavailable. A select group of heifers will gus 780-853-2422; Wayne Stetson, Allanalso be on offer. For catalogues call dale Angus, 780-853-7523. View catalogue 306-757-6133, Regina, SK online at GOOD SELECTION OF 2 yr. olds purebred Black Angus bulls. Call David or Pat 306-963-2639, Imperial, SK. SOUTH VIEW RANCH BULL SALE, 15TH ANNUAL NORTHERN BULL and Thursday, April 14th, 1:30 PM at the female Sale, March 26, 2011 on the farm. Ranch, Ceylon, SK. Offering 90 top quality Red and Black Maine’s, Black Angus year- Red and Black Angus yearling bulls, semen ling bulls and open heifers. 10 miles West performance and carcass evaluated. For of Melfort on hwy. #3 and 1/2 mile South 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 on hwy. #368, Donaro Farms. Visit our 306-454-2730 or Shane 306-454-2688 website at or phone 306-752-3808 or 306-921-7175. 75 YOUNG RED Angus cross cows for sale. Email: 306-741-6513, Swift Current, SK. HIGH RIVER BLACK Angus and JTA Diamond Charolais Bull Sale, Tuesday, April Y COULEE HAS 15 two year old and 25 12, 1:00 PM. Blacks, red and whites. 50- 2 yearling reg. Red Angus bulls suitable for year and 8 yearlings. Johnstone Auction heifers and cows, performance and semen Mart, Moose Jaw, SK., 306-693-4715. tested. Free wintering until May 1. Will Catalogue at trade for feed barley. 306-344-4993 eves. C o n t a c t M a r k a n d D i a n n e F e r r a r a , 780-205-2283 days, Frenchman Butte, SK. 306-394-4320, Courval, 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: BLACK HARVEST 19TH Annual Bull Sale. April 13th 1:00 p.m. Kisbey, SK. 47 black yearlings and eight two year olds, 30 red PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS HERD FOR yearlings. Performance & semen tested. Cecil 306-634-4454, Trevor 306-739-2924, Sale. Well managed, high herd health program, heavy AI influence with emphasis or Jim 306-462-4440. on maternal and calving ease traits. Will BLACK ANGUS BULLS a pen of select sell as a package only. Approx. 60 cows yearling bulls for your selection, semen with Jan/Feb born AI calves at side. 4 plus 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 10 replacement heifers all AI sired. Herd 306-433-2091, Creelman, SK. bulls avail as well or will AI breed pending terms of sale. Serious inquires only please. PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS BULLS. Phone Gordon Roger, Valley Lodge Cattle Good selection of yearlings and 2 yr. olds. Co., Balgonie, SK., 306-771-2305 or email 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 BULLS sired by Final Answer, FV King, 41/97, Sons of Right Time, OCC Legacy and Max 602C. Semen tested and guaranteed. Del i ve r y ava i l a b l e . J e f f r ey I s a a c , 306-768-2223, Carrot, River. 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 REG. BLACK ANGUS 2 year old virgin bulls, yr. old Angus bulls. Sale catalogue online sired by Angus Acres Spartan 160L. at or contact Rob Some straight Canadian pedigrees. Com- Garner 306-946-7946. plete performance and ultrasound data PRAIRIELANE FARMS LTD. available. Will hold and deliver until needed. Call GBS Angus Farm 306-763-9539, rd Prince Albert, SK. Bull & Heifer SALE BURNETT BULL AND Female Sale, Saturday SATURDAY APRIL 9, 2011 April 2nd, Swift Current, SK. 50 yearling 1:00 p.m. on the Farm, bulls, low birth weights, calving ease, 12 miles W. of Souris, MB stacked pedigrees. Performance tested. 20 CONTACT: first calf heifers with Feb. calves. 30 open Blaine Canning 204-858-2475 replacement heifers, purebred and comM ichael Canning 204-858-2457 mercial. Call for catalogues 306-773-7065 or visit us at FOR SALE: Yearling and 2-year old Black Angus bulls, some suitable for heifers. GERLEI ANGUS 5th Annual Bull Sale, Also Black Angus/Simmental cross Max Thursday, April 14th at the farm. Offering bulls. Top AI sires represented, semen 30 muscular performance and calving ease tested and guaranteed. Contact Circle 7 bulls. Semen tested and fully guaranteed. Angus (Oberle Farms Ltd.), Shaunavon, SK. For more info. call Gerald 306-424-2332, Kelly 306-297-3430, Ralph 306-297-2304. Montmartre, SK.

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CHOPPER K RED ANGUS and Majestic Livestock Bull Sale, Sunday, April 3, 2:00 PM, Alameda Auction Mart. New date and time. Yearling and 2 yr. old bulls by industry leading sires. Semen tested, 100% guaranteed. For catalogues or info contact Chad Levesque 306-482-7825 or T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200. PL 116061. View catalogue online RED ANGUS BULLS on moderate growing ration, performance info. avail. Contact Adrian, Brian or Elaine Edwards, Valleyhills Angus, Glaslyn, SK. 306-342-4407. TWO YEAR OLD Red Angus bulls, reasonably priced, good quality. Phone 780-336-2556, 780-336-4061, Viking, AB. RED ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE yearlings and two year olds, semen tested, guaranteed breeders, delivery available. Website: Ph 306-287-3900, 306-287-8006, Englefeld, SK. 90 YEARLING AND 2 year old bulls. Semen tested and delivered in spring. Sight unseen purchases available. Bob Jensen 306-967-2770, Leader, SK.



PERROT-MARTIN CHAROLAIS Annual Bull Sale is Wednesday, March 30, 2:00 PM, at the farm, Naicam, SK. Selling 50 yearling and 2 yr. old bulls. Semen tested. Delivery, terms and board available. New location, same quality. For catalogues or info contact Collin and Kimberley Martin 306-874-2186 or T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200. PL 116061. View catalogue online at 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 PB 2 yr old and yearling Charolais bulls, some red factor. Call King’s Polled Charolais 306-645-4383, 306-645-2955, 306-435-7116 cell, Rocanville, SK. 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. DEER RANGE FARMS Annual Two Year Old Red Angus Bull Sale, Monday, March 21, Heartland Livestock, Swift Current, SK. 35 rugged, sound, 2 year old bulls sell. Performance and heifer bulls. Catalog online Deer R a n g e F a r m s , S t e w a r t Va l l e y, S K . 306-773-7964 or 306-773-9872. SOUTHLAND BREEDERS 13TH Annual Bull Sale, March 26, 2011 1:30 p.m. Rockglen Hall, Rockglen, SK. Bulls sell on DVD. Bulls will be penned prior to sale for viewing. Call Glenn at 306-476-2439. C at a l o g u e c a n b e v i ewe d o n l i n e at SIX MILE RANCH 36th Annual Angus Bull Sale, Saturday, April 9th, 2011 at the ranch in Fir Mountain, SK., 1:00 PM. 106 ranch raised bulls for sale, including top end Red Angus yearlings, Black Angus yearlings and 2 year olds. Bring this ad for $ 5 0 o f f yo u r b u l l . C o n t a c t C l ay t o n 306-266-4895, or visit our website: 2 RED ANGUS yearlings, sired by BHR Golden Boy out of black- red carrier dams. Semen tested and guaranteed. Jeffrey Isaac, 306-768-2223, Carrot River, SK. RED ANGUS BULLS for sale. Two year olds and yearlings on moderate growing ration. Triple H Red Angus, 306-723-4832, Cupar, SK.

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. RED ANGUS BULLS, calving ease, semen tested, guaranteed breeders. Little de Ranch 306-845-2406, Turtleford, SK.


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LAZY MC REDMAN 42W. Proven 2 year old bull, excellent heifer bull, highest marbling bull in 2010 sale. Very easy fleshing. Smart breeder, out of Model top producing cow, replacement females should be awesome. Have same bloodline heifers to breed this year so can’t use him. B-elle Red Angus, Turtleford, SK. 306-845-2557, Email: 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. 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.

HOWE/COCKBURN RED ANGUS 21st annual bull sale, April 6th 2011, 1 PM at Howe farm, 8 miles South of Moose Jaw on Hwy 2, 1.5 miles East. For sale: 50 Red Angus yearlings; 26 two year old Charolais, 25 yearling Charolais bulls. Call Ward 306-799-4911 or Mike 306-691-5011, or view catalogue at REG. RED ANGUS two year old bulls for sale; Also selling Red Angus/ Simmental yearling hybrid bulls. Harv Verishine 306-283-4666, Langham, SK. REG. RED ANGUS yearling bulls, $1200. Phone Lorne Wyss, 306-839-4706 or 306-839-2038, Pierceland, SK. DOUBLE C RED Angus Annual Bull and Female Sale. Featuring 40 yearling bulls and 15 purebred open heifers. March 23, 2011 at the ranch. View catalogue online at or phone Cameron at 306-272-3948 or 306-272-7141, Foam Lake, SK. EXCELLENT QUALITY, Yearling and 2 yr. old Red Angus bulls, will sell w/wo all risk insurance, will keep until Apr. 15th, semen test and deliver. Dudragne Red Angus, 306-625-3787, 306-625-3730, Ponteix, 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 at or contact Rob Garner 306-946-7946. 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: FLYING K RANCH- Breeding quality Red Angus since 1972. Bull sale- New DateApril 13/11, Swift Current, SK. All bulls semen, performance and carcass tested. Free delivery in Western Canada. Call for a catalogue today 306-773-6313. MAPLE RIDGE ACRES has for sale purebred Red Angus bulls. Sire was member of CWA Supreme Champion pen of bulls. Les Saunders, 306-997-4507, Borden, SK. DOUBLE BAR D FARMS BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Annual Bull and Female Sale, March 28th at the farm, 1 PM, Grenfell, SK. Offering 150 head of Simmental and Red Angus bulls and females. Call Ken 306-697-7204, 306-697-2474 or Richard 306-697-7298, 306-697-3038. To view catalogue: or 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. 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.

TWO YEAR OLD BULLS, full-bloods and half bloods; also Yearling heifers for sale. 403-556-7454, Olds, AB.

YEARLING AND 2 yr. old Blonde bulls. Phone 306-634-2174 or cell 306-421-6987 Estevan, SK. POLLED YEARLING BULLS for sale. 306-658-4232, Handel, SK.

“ANDREWS POLLED BRAHMANS” the gentlest cattle on earth. For sale: bred cows and heifers, open heifers and bulls. Polled and horned, red, gray and speckled. Semen, $10/straw. Phone 403-935-4478, Irricana, AB.

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.

STEPPLER 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. CHAROLAIS BULLS, yearling and 2 yr. olds, semen tested, fully guaranteed. LVV Ranch, 780-582-2254, Forestburg, AB. CHAROLAIS BULLS SIRED by Specialist (Hank x Trim 14C) consistent and thick. Other sires Red Mist, Nobleman, Junction. Yearling and two year old, red and white factor. Martins Charolais 204-534-8370, Boissevain, MB. GENETIC DESTINATION Annual Bull Sale, March 19, Regina, SK. Featuring 50 yearling Simmental, Maine, Charolais and Red Angus yearling bulls. All bulls semen tested, vaccinated, 100% guaranteed. View catalog: or call for details 306-697-2945.

YEARLING GELBVIEH BULLS. Jen-Ty Gelbviehs, 403-378-4898, Duchess, AB.

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 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 CORNERSTONE BULL SALE, Saturday, April 16, 1:00 PM, Whitewood Auction Mart, Whitewood, SK. On offer: 25 yearling Charolais, 8 two year old Red Angus, 25 yearling Red Angus. Featuring 6 fancy purebred Red Angus heifers plus commercial Red Angus based heifers. For further info. contact Brimner Cattle Co., Kelly 306-448-2028 home or 306-577-7698 cell. Wraz Red Angus, Phil 306-739-2988 home or 306-577-7440 cell. Gordon 306-6467980 cell. Doug Howe 306-693-2163 home or 306-631-1209 cell. YEARLING CHAROLAIS BULLS for sale. Call 306-755-2157, Tramping Lake, 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. 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: CHAROLAIS BULLS FOR SALE. Yearlings and two yr olds, some red factor, mostly polled and are very quiet. Contact Bar H Charolais in Grenfell, SK. Phone: Kevin 306-697-2901 or Lawrence 306-697-2988.

WILGENBUSCH CHAROLAIS 8TH Annual North of the 49th Bull Sale, Monday, April 4th, 1:00 p.m., at the farm, Halbrite, SK. Offering 5 two year old and 60 yearling Charolais bulls, many polled, some Red Factor. Bulls guaranteed to work and make you money. Semen tested with delivery, board, terms and ultrasound data avail. Sight unseen purchase plan available. For a catalogue or more information contact John Wilgenbusch 306-458-2688 or By JTA DIAMOND CHAROLAIS and High Livestock 306-536-4261. View the cata- River Black Angus Bull Sale, Tuesday, April logue online at 12th, 1:00 PM. Red, whites and blacks. 50 2 year and 8 yearlings. Johnstone Auction WHITE CAP/ROSSO CHAROLAIS 21st Mart, Moose Jaw, SK., 306-693-4715. annual bull sale, April 6th 2011, 1PM at Catalogue at Howe Farm, 8 miles south of Moose Jaw Contact Jerome and Cindy Tremblay, on hwy 2, 1.5 miles east. For sale: 26 two 306-394-4406, Courval, SK. year old charolais; 25 yearling Charolais; 50 Red Angus yearling bulls. Call Darwin DIAMOND W CHAROLAIS 9TH ANNUAL 306-693- 2384, Mike 306-691-5011, Dale BULL SALE, Thurs., March 24, 1:30 PM, 306-693- 2127 or visit Valley Livestock, Minitonas, MB. Offering 35 Charolais yearling and two year old to view catalogue. bulls, many polled, some red factor plus 8 PUREBRED CHAROLAIS BULLS. Wide se- Red Angus and 5 Black Angus yearling lection of yearling bulls and some 2 yr. bulls. Sound, semen tested with delivery olds. Thick topped, hairy, good footed available. For catalogues and info contact bulls with excellent disposition, white and the Walkers 306-865-3953 or By Livestock red. Contact Stephen 306-279-2033, 306-584-7937. View catalogue online: Creek’s Edge Land & Cattle, Yellow Creek, SK, REG. CHAROLAIS BULLS, 2 year olds and SIZE MATTERS CHAROLAIS Bull Sale, yearlings, polled and horned, some red. Thursday, April 14th, 1:30 p.m., at the Quiet bulls. Hand fed but not overfed. May Weinbender farm, Canora, SK (5.5 miles S select from 40 plus bulls. Also registered on Hwy 9 and 1 mile E at Burgis Beach open heifers for sale. Sold by private treasign). Offering 40 yearling Charolais bulls, ty only. Call Wilf, Cougar Hill Ranch, most polled, some Red Factor. We know 306-728-2800, 306-730-8722, Melville, SK you sell your calves by the pound, so Size Matters to us. Bulls selected for perfor- SOUTHLAND BREEDERS 13TH Annual mance, calving ease, fertility and hair. Se- Bull Sale, March 26, 2011 1:30 p.m. men tested, guaranteed with delivery Rockglen Hall, Rockglen, SK. Bulls sell on available. For a catalogue or further infor- DVD. Bulls will be penned prior to sale for mation call By Livestock 306-536-4261. viewing. Call Glenn at 306-476-2439. C at a l o g u e c a n b e v i ewe d o n l i n e at Catalogue online at MCTAVISH FARMS: Charolais yearling & 2 year olds, Red Angus yearling & 2 POLLED YEARLING CHAROLAIS bulls. Peryear olds. Proven EPD’s backed with ultra- formance and semen tested. Guaranteed sound, private treaty sales, your pen b r e e d e r s . W i l l k e e p u n t i l M a y. choice, South East Sask. Sale April 9, $2000-$2200. Charrow Charolais, Mar2011. Phone Brian 306-435-4125 or view shall, SK. 306-387-8011 or 780-872-1966. sale bulls at or stop in anytime. Moosomin, SK. CHAROLAIS BULLS, 2 yr. olds and year- DISPERSAL: DEXTER HERD, 80 cows due lings, polled and horned, tans and white. April, bred heifers, bulls, heifer and bull Call Howard 306-887-4308, Weldon, SK. calves. 403-845-5763, Rocky Mt. House AB 2 YR. OLD AND yearling polled bulls, red and white, guaranteed. Contact Crossman Charolais 306-882-3163, Rosetown, SK. RED GALLOWAY bulls and females for RED FACTOR white and black Charolais sale. Lone Pine Creek, 403-340-6783, Delbulls, yearlings and 2 yr. olds. Wheatheart burne, AB. Charolais, Rosetown, SK. 306-882-6444. 2 RED GALLOWAY bulls, low maintenance, S.E. SASK BREEDERS 37th Annual Bull and exceptional. 306-776-2427, Rouleau, SK. 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 V&V FARMS 10th ANNUAL Gelbvieh Bull polled, some Red Factor, 15 polled Here- and Female Sale, Friday, March 18, 2011, ford two year old and yearling bulls and 8 1:00 PM at the farm, Redcliff, AB. Complilong yearling open Hereford replacement mentary lunch at 11:30. Free delivery. heifers. All bulls are semen tested, Selling 60 yearling and two year old Gelbweighed and guaranteed by long term vieh bulls, 20 open purebred heifers. Red breeding operations. For catalogues or and black genetics on offer. Guest consigmore information contact the sale manag- nor: Towerview Ranch. For information er By Livestock 306-536-4261 or view the contact: Vern and Vivienne Pancoast catalogue online at 403-548-6678 or Don Savage Auctions View catalogue online: VERMILIONAIRES 25TH CHAROLAIS Bull 403-948-3520. Sale, April 2nd, Nilsson Bros. Livestock Ex- change, Vermilion, AB. 80- 2 yr. olds, 20 2 YR. OLD AND YEARLING POLLED yearlings, reds, whites, polled and horned, Gelbvieh Bulls, choice of 70. Winders Gelbfree bull. Richard 780-846-2643, Kitscoty. vieh 780-672-9950, Camrose, AB.

SQUARE-D BULLS: Two year old and yearlings for sale on the farm. Satisfaction guaranteed, delivery can be arranged. Also GELBVIEH ADVANTAGE BULL SALE, at Regina Bull Sale March 13 and SE Bull Mar 19, 1 PM, Innisfail Auction Market, In- Sale April 9. Jim Duke 306-538-4556, nisfail, AB. 780-718-5477 or 780-387-6446 Mary Duke 306-538-4693, Langbank, SK. or view online at: 2 YEAR OLD and yearling GELBVIEH FOCUS ON THE FUTURE BULL SALE, PUREBRED VIRGIN BULLS. We special- March 31, 2:00 PM. Alameda Auction Mart, ize in both the heifer bulls for light weight Alameda, SK. 60 bulls sell. Polled Herebirths and the large herd bulls for cows. fords, red and black Simmental and Simm cross Angus herd builders. Semen tested. Call WL Farms, 403-854-2474, Hanna, AB. 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

POLLED GELBVIEH BULLS, Prairie Gelbvieh Alliance Bull Sale, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK, April 2, 2011, Fladeland Livestock, Gladmar, SK. 306-969-4829, 306-869-8123, website 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. WILSON-LEES “Value Added Bull Sale” is Friday, April 8, 2:00 PM at GBT Sale Barn, Kisbey, SK. Selling polled Hereford and Angus yearling and 2 yr. old bulls. Fertility and vet inspected. Wintering and terms available. Volume discount. Discount for taking your bull(s) sale day. For catalogue or info contact T Bar C Cattle Co. 306-933-4200. PL 116061. View catalogue online

WATSON CATTLE CO. Purebred Gelbvieh, Red Angus and hybrid yearling bulls for sale. All bulls sold private treaty, 6 miles SW of Medicine Hat, AB. For more info. and our on-line bull catalogue go to or call 403-528-7456. PUREBRED GELBVIEH BULLS, yearlings LV FARMS: QUIET polled 2 year and a n d 2 y e a r o l d s . B a r r y D av i s s o n , yearling bulls for sale, delivered. Also at 306-228-3048, 306-228-7793, Unity, SK. the Regina Bull Sale, March 13. Dayle Martinson 306-458-2566, 306-458-7772, MidSASKATOON GELBVIEH ale, SK. TH



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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

FRESH HEIFERS FOR SALE: Require dairy herds and quota. R&F Livestock, Bryce Fisher, 306-239-2298, cell 306-221-2620, Warman, SK. AUCTION SALE, PRAIRIELAND PARK, Saskatoon, SK., Tues., April 12th, 11 AM. Sale includes something for everyone. Milkers, show animals and springers from deep pedigreed families. Barnyard bunch to follow. Sponsored by Oxy Blast. Phone Jordan Konkel 306-539-0726, or Ryan Friesen 306-501-1745, Balgonie, SK.

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FOR SALE: ONE registered Holstein heifer. Due April. Lloyd Sawatzky, 306-239-4818, Saskatoon, Sask.

Wade: 306-785-4714 • Darcy: 306-865-2929 Darrell: 780-581-0077 View sale cattle on-line at PRAIRIE GELBVIEH ALLIANCE Bull Sale, April 2nd, 1:30 PM, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. Selling red and black bulls and select group of replacement heifers. View at: or phone 306-456-2555 or 306-793-4568.

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,

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.

2 YEAR OLD LIMOUSIN Bulls, for sale off the farm. Homo polled, halter broke and semen tested. Yearling bulls for sale at 25th Annual Prairie Gold Limousin Bull Sale, Saskatoon. 306-734-2624, Craik, SK DISPERSAL: Purebred Limousin cow/calf pairs and replacement heifers. Bloodlines: Romn Justice, New Direction, Wulfs Nobel Prize, Wulfs Klint, Wulfs Lowell. Terence Elian, Arelee, SK. 306-237-4827. 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 H I G H P E R F O R M A N C E P U R E B R E D disposition, and calving ease. Qually-T HEREFORD BULLS. Polled and Horned, Limousin, 306-322-4755 or 306-322-7554, H1 Crossbred HA BBF. TOP QUALITY, high Rose Valley, SK. yielding, Ranch ready for you to view. Low/moderate birthweight. Visit us any- A N C H O R B L I M O U S I N B U L L S A L E time to see our cattle. SS Cattle Co. Irma, Friday, March 18, SaskaAB. 780-754-2850 or 780-842-0118 or toon Livestock Sales. 40 bulls, 8- 2 yr. olds, 32 yearlings. Semen tested, free deemail livery, guaranteed. Bull video available. WANTED TO PURCHASE: yearling heif- Martin Bohrson 306-544-2612, Hanley, SK. er(s). Old fashioned, low set and thick. Call 807-937-1937 or NORDAL LIMOUSIN AND ANGUS 2011 Bull Sale, Saturday, April 16, 1:00 PM, JOHNER STOCK Farm Bulls, Polled Here- Saskatoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. fords, 2 yrs and yearlings, delivered. Maid- Selling 40 black and red 2 yr. old Limousin stone, SK, 306- 893-2714, 306-893-2667. bulls plus 30 Black and Red yearling and 2 S.E. SASK BREEDERS 37th Annual Bull and yr. old Angus bulls. Sale catalogue online Female Sale, Saturday, April 9, 2:00 p.m., at or contact Rob Square D Sale Site, Langbank, SK (20 km S Garner 306-946-7946. of Whitewood on Hwy 9 and 5 km W). Offering 15 polled Hereford two year old and POLLED LIMOUSIN BULLS, 2 yr. olds yearling bulls, 30 Charolais yearling bulls, and yearlings. Consigning an excellent set most polled, some Red Factor, and 8 long of bulls to the Prairie Gold Limousin Bull yearling open Hereford replacement heif- Sale at Saskatoon Livestock Sales, April 9, ers. All bulls are semen tested, weighed 2011. KEN-DOC Limousin, Saskatoon, SK, and guaranteed by long term breeding op- 306-221-1159, 306-382-2390. erations. For catalogues or more informa- ABS 34 HC SEMEN TANK for sale, 15 Limtion contact the sale manager By Livestock ousin sires incl. Kruggerand. Maple Creek, 306-536-4261 or view the catalogue on- SK 306-662-3300 line at GOOD 2 YR. old bulls, also several herd- 25TH ANNUAL PRAIRIE Gold Limousin sires, easy calvers. Fed for service not for Bull Sale. April 9, 2011 at Saskatoon Liveshow. Polled Herefords since 1950. Erwin stock Sales. 35 thick, rugged, powerful yearling bulls. For more information phone Lehmann 306-232-4712, Rosthern, SK. Edwards Limousin 306-734-2624, StoneHAY’S HEREFORDS: 1 and 2 yr. old Here- yview Farms 306-374-6585 or Ken-Doc ford bulls. Homebuilder, Marquis, Voltage L i m o u s i n 3 0 6 - 2 2 1 - 1 1 5 9 . C at a l o g u e bloodlines. 204-854-2226, Pipestone, MB. available on-line:



JAYMARANDY LIMOUSIN BULL SALE Saturday, April 2nd, 1:00 PM, Yorkton Livestock Center, SK. 17 two year olds, 13 ye a r l i n g s . S a l e c at a l o g u e o n l i n e at Ph. 204-937-4980 or Len cell 204-937-0274. SPRINGER BROS. LIMOUSIN has a good selection of 2 yr. old virgin bulls, both reds and blacks with very quiet temperament. For details phone Ernie 306-272-4774 or Merv 306-272-4817, Leslie, SK.

REMEMBER DOUGLAS Bull Test Station Sale, Sat., April 2, 1 PM CDT. An excellent opportunity to select from one of the best groups tested. All 13 bulls on test have made the performance criteria for sale eligibility, with 3 out of 13 bulls gaining over 5 lbs. per day, as of Feb. 1st, 84 day weights. Carcass data (ultrasound), performance data, breeding soundness evaluations are available. Visit website: A One stop bull shopping experience. Where the best is put to the test! Herbourne Shorthorns have 5 bulls on test and one show prospect roan heifer in the sale. Somerset, MB. BIG ISLAND LOWLINES Farmfair Int. Phone 204-744-2525 or phone station at Premier Breeder. Fullblood/percentage, 204-763-4696. Black/Red Carrier, females, bulls, red fullblood semen, embryos. 780-486-7553 Darrell, 780-434-8059 Paul, Edmonton AB.

BLACK, MODERATE, low birthweight, performance bulls, fed on a growing ration. Will semen check. Can arrange delivery. Phone 306-398-2822, Cut Knife, SK. CANADIAN MAINE-ANJOU Association. Power, performance and profit. For info on Maine-Anjou genetics 403-291-7077, Calgary, AB. or GENETIC DESTINATION Annual Bull Sale, March 19, Regina, SK. Featuring 50 yearling Simmental, Maine, Charolais and Red Angus yearling bulls. All bulls semen tested, vaccinated, 100% guaranteed. View catalog: or call for details 306-697-2945.

8TH ANNUAL WHO’S YOUR DADDY Shorthorn Bull Sale, April 7, 1:00 PM at Saskatoon Livestock Sales. Offering 50 lots of red roan and white yearling and 2 yr. old bulls. These are ranch raised bulls with the commercial man in mind. Semen tested, free delivery within 300 miles of Saskatoon. For more info call Carl Lehmann 306-232-5212, Scott Muri 306-553-2244, or Richard Moellenbeck 306-287-3420 or view catalogue 3rd SUN COUNTRY SHORTHORN BULL SALE, Saturday, April 16th, 1:00 PM. Right Cross Ranch Sale Facility, Kisbey, Sask. Selling 60 performance tested Shorthorn yearling bulls. Complete ultrasound and breeding soundness tested. Canada’s largest sale of performance tested Shorthorn bulls. Many of the breeds best genetics are represented. Watch our websites for the sale catalog, pictures and videos of all sale bulls. For more information contact Gerry Wyatt 306-577-8395, Grant Alexander 306-456-2500; John Thompson 204-764-2382. View websites w w w. m c b e t h s h o r t h o r n s . c o m o r

BUTTS, GUTTS, NUTS, BULL SALE, Monday, March 21, 1:00 PM, Heartland Livestock, Lloydminster, SK. 48 bulls, reds, blacks and fullbloods. For catalogues call MAINETAINER, Black stout bulls fed to Richard 306-441-9238, 306-445-5545 or breed. Available by Private Treaty. View Allan 306-228-2671. View catalogue onour website for pictures and details at line at Email GENETIC DESTINATION Annual Bull Sale, Phone March 19, Regina, SK. Featuring 50 year403-748-4030, Bentley, AB. ling Simmental, Maine, Charolais and Red MAINE-ANJOU BULLS, 2 yr. olds and year- Angus yearling bulls. All bulls semen testlings. Breeder since 1970, best selection ed, vaccinated, 100% guaranteed. View anywhere. Gary Graham 306-823-3432, catalog: or call for details 306-697-2945. Marsden, SK. MAINE-ANJOU BULLS, solid blacks, solid reds, yearlings and 2 year olds, semen tested and guaranteed. Rocky Lane Farms, 403-368-2114, Rumsey, AB.

SALERS BULLS FOR SALE, red, polled purebred yearlings, CP certified, quiet, halt e r b r o ke n , s e m e n t e s t e d . D e l i ve r y ava i l a b l e . C a l l : A r t a n d B e t t y F r ey, 780-542-5782, Drayton Valley, AB.

2 5 T H A N N UA L W E S T C O U N T RY SHORTHORN BULL SALE, Morison Farm, West of Innisfail, AB. Sat., April 9th, 1 PM. Offering 30 bulls and 30 females. Ken Morison 403-728-3825 WANTED TO PURCHASE: yearling heifer(s). Old fashioned, low set and thick. Call 807-937-1937 or

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

REGISTERED Texas Longhorns, calving ease, bulls and females for sale. Allemand R a n c h e s , S h a u n avo n , S K . D a r y l 306-296-4712 or Bob 306-297-3298. COZY CAPS! Ear protection for newborn ALBERTA TEXAS LONGHORN Assoc. calves! Ph. 306-577-4664, 306-739-2924, 780-387-4874, Leduc, AB. For more infor- Carlyle, SK. mation. CATTLE FINANCING available for feed10 COWS BRED longhorn. $6500 takes all. er cattle and bred heifers/cows. Competitive interest rates. Contact Marjo306-377-2177, Fiske, SK. rie Blacklock, Stockmens Assistance 17 LONGHORN CORRIENTE cross cows, 1 Corp., 306-931-0088, Saskatoon, SK. Corriente bull, 20 fresh ropers. TWO RED ANGUS, 1 Red Angus/Simmen306-867-8069, Outlook, SK. tal; 1 Reg. Charolais. Coming 2 yr. old 12 BRED TEXAS Longhorn cows, 1 bred bulls. 306-283-4687, Langham, SK. heifer. Great horn and colour, grass calv e r s , $ 6 0 0 . 2 0 4 - 7 3 4 - 0 7 6 2 o r TOP QUALITY Red, Red Angus/Simmental cross cows. Due to calve Feb./March. 204-734-3617, Kenville, MB. Phone 306-327-4550, Kelvington, SK.

LITTLE WILLOW CREEK RANCH bulls for sale. Two yr old and long yearling, polled and horned. Traditional and Red Factor, good selection of each. Semen checked, delivered and wintered until April 1st at no charge. For information call: Ervin Harland at: 306-344-4807 or Scott Harland at: 306-344-2027. View information and pics online: POLLED YEARLING FULLBLOOD bulls. With good feet, hair coat and disposition. Starting at $1600. Brook’s Simmentals, Konrad Seabrook, 306-845-2834, Turtleford, SK.

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1-800-440-2694. w w w .rka n im a lsu m MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. Visit us at: Also see section #3560 Custom Work. 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. 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.

GEISLER CATTLE COMPANY Has Simmental Replacement Heifers For Sale Approximately 110 - Red & Red Blaze Face 25 - Tan 20 - Black & Black Blaze Face These heifers are 1/2 to 3/4 Simmentals and Ranch Raised. These heifers are on a herd health program. Delivery available. For more information or to view the cattle Randy Geisler Ashern, Manitoba SOUTHWEST SHOWCASE SIMMENTAL BULL SALE, Monday, April 4, 1:00 PM, Heartland Livestock, Swift Current, SK. 68 red and black bulls from these consignors: EDN Simmentals 306-662-3941, X-T Simmentals 306-295-3843, Crocus Simmentals 306-773-7122, Boundary Ranch 306-299-2006, Kelara Farms 306-297-8000, Herter Simmentals 3 0 6 - 6 6 2 - 5 0 0 6 . To v i e w c a t a l o g u e w w w. b o u c h a r d l i ve s t o c k . c o m o r c a l l 1-866-946-4999.

35 CROSS BRED COWS, bred Red Angus, calving March/April, $1500 ea. 306-329-4659, Asquith, SK. DISPERSAL: Young red and black Limousin cow/calf pairs. Also replacement heifers. Terence Elian, Arelee, SK. 306-237-4827. RANCH RAISED HEIFERS: Black and BBF, bred black Angus June 20th. Good uniform bunch from reputation herd. Jerry Chanig 306-478-2658, Mankota, SK.

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POLLED YEARLING SIMMENTAL bulls, red and red baldies. Sunnyside Simmentals 50 OPEN HEIFERS for sale, Red Angus/ 306-731-2703, Lumsden, SK. Simmental cross. Triple H Red Angus, 3 YEAR OLD BLACK SIMMENTAL BULL, 306-723-4832, Cupar, SK. $3000. Call 306-755-2157, Tramping 120 YOUTHFUL black, red, and tan cows, Lake, SK. preg checked and Ivomeced, all shots, $1150 for first pick of 40, $1100 for secNORTH CREEK SIMMENTALS red and black ond pick, $1050 for last pick. Phone Matt yearling bulls. Barry 306-997-4427 or 306-728-1582 or Blaine 306-621-9751, 306-230-3123. Borden, SK. Melville, SK.

10 BRED MINIATURE Hereford cows, PB and registered, start calving April, 4-7 yrs. old. 306-275-2244, St. Brieux, SK.

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. POLLED POLLED POLLED - Salers bulls for sale. Call Spruce Grove Salers, Yorkton, SK, 306-782-9554, 306-621-1060. SALERS THE BEST Kept Secret! Unsurpassed calving ease, excellent growth, superior females. Top ADG overall breeds on test ( 3 years running from bulls with low to moderate birthweight. Bulls and females red or black, polled, at the farm, at MB Bull Test Station, April 2nd and at Lundar Bull Sale, April 16th. Call Ken Sweetland, 204-762-5512, Lundar, MB.

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

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BLACK MAINE BULLS for sale by private treaty. Purebred and 3/4 Maine bulls. Sire list includes MAN POWER, 2010 Senior Maine Bull Champion, NWSS, and Special Edition and Legacy Plus x polled fullblood flush mates. For more info call Kelly 403-598-4323 or Gary 403-350-9802, Pine Lake, AB. NuHaven Cattle Co. 15TH ANNUAL NORTHERN BULL and female Sale, March 26, 2011 on the farm. Red and Black Maine’s, Black Angus yearling bulls and open heifers. 10 miles West of Melfort on hwy. #3 and 1/2 mile South on hwy. #368, Donaro Farms. Visit our website at or phone 306-752-3808 or 306-921-7175. Email: GOOD SOLID BULLS. Yearlings and 2 yr. olds. EPD’s on all bulls. Purebreds and Fullbloods. 306-374-0763, Saskatoon, SK.

QUIET, EASY CALVING registered red and black bulls. Elderberry Farm Salers, 306-747-3302, Parkside, SK.

FOR Sale: Yearling and 2-year old Red, Black and full Fleckvieh Simmental bulls Home of Leachman Body Builder 7303F. Also Red & Black Angus/Simmental cross Max bulls. Top AI sires represented, semen tested and guaranteed. Contact Circle 7 Simmental (Oberle Farms Ltd.), Shaunavon, SK. Kelly 306-297-3430, Ralph 306-297-2304.


DOUBLE BAR D FARMS BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Annual Bull and Female Sale, March 28th at the farm, 1 PM, Grenfell, SK. Offering 150 head of Simmental and Red Angus bulls and females. Call Ken 306-697-7204, 306-697-2474 or Richard 306-697-7298, 306-697-3038. To view catalogue: or SIMMENTAL BULLS, Traditional, Red Factor and Blacks. All Fleckvieh influenced. Four D Ranch, Glaslyn, SK, 306-342-4208.

7th ANNUAL BULL SALE March 18 - 1 PM Heartland Livestock Yorkton, SK OFFERING 66 BULLS: • 8 long yearlings • 21 black Simmental • 37 red Simmental • 3 open PB heifers For more info or catalogues

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COLBY 306-563-7567 YEARLING AND TWO year old Fleckvieh Or view catalogue at and Simmental bulls, traditional red and black; Also Simmental Red Angus cross bulls. Foxdale Farm and Ranch, 306-747-3185, Shellbrook, SK. FOR SALE: PUREBRED BLACK Simmental bulls. Call Brent 204-773-6159, Russell, FOCUS ON THE FUTURE BULL SALE, MB. 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 PUREBRED SOUTH DEVON bulls and Anavailable. For catalogues or info contact gus/South Devon cross (Pound-Maker) Wheatland Cattle Co., Vernon LaFrentz bulls. 403-566-2467, Duchess, AB. 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 2 YR. OLD and yearling Simmental bulls, QUALITY YEARLING AND 2 yr. old bulls. red and black, polled and horned, moder- Good selection, you pick for a deposit and ate birthweights. All bulls sold private we will semen check and keep til May 1st. treaty. Call Bill or Virginia Peters, Perdue, Our March and April bulls compare well against other Nov.- Jan. bulls. Delivery can SK, 306-237-9506. be arranged. Check us out on our website SIMMENTAL BULLS red and blacks, year- PAR Ranch, Neilburg, SK., ph lings and 2 year olds. Cory 306-981-4567, 3 0 6 - 8 2 3 - 4 7 9 4 , c e l l 7 8 0 - 2 0 5 - 0 7 1 9 , 780-205-1668. 306-922-8335, Prince Albert, SK.

HERD DISPERSAL: 40+ cow/calf pairs, Black and Red cows w/black calves, 3 Black Angus bulls.306-548-4735 Stenen SK 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. 19 COWS, mostly Charolais, start calving April; 1 Red Angus bull. All quiet. $24,000. 306-862-3765, 306-277-4311, Nipawin, 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. 15 YOUNG BLACK COWS, May/June calvers, $1050. 306-867-8069, Outlook, SK.

BELGIAN CHORE TEAM, 13 year old geldings, 16 HH, 1700 lbs., $3500; 2 year old black Percheron cross filly, well started in harness single and double, $1000. Phone 306-886-2021, Bjorkdale, SK.

REGISTERED CLYDESDALE fillies, 1, 2 and 3 years old, top bloodlines. 204-365-2653, Strathclair, MB.

MINIATURE DONKEYS: white jenny w/6 month old foal, and brown jack w/beautiful disposition. 306-232-4245 Rosthern SK REG. MAMMOTH JACK foals, solids and spotted, quiet and friendly. Can be viewed at on the for sale page. Ph 204-535-2141, Baldur, MB.

MINIATURE HORSES, various sizes/colors. Miniature team complete with wagon and harness. 780-675-5667, Athabasca, AB.

27 OPEN HEIFERS, Red Angus/Limousin cross, 900 lbs. average. 306-595-4858, Ar- WANTED: DRAFT TYPE blue roan Percheron or Percheron/ Belgian cross 17 to 18 ran, SK. HH, 2000 lbs. for field work. 403-874-7616, Beiseker, AB. WELL BROKE GREY team for sale. Mare 11 WANTED TO LEASE cows on calf share ba- yrs. and Gelding 10 yrs. $2500 OBO. sis. 306-395-2668 or 306-681-7610, Cha- 306-377-2177, Fiske, SK. plin, SK. TEAM OF 5 yr. old geldings, half brothers, EXPANDING HERD WANT 25 to 50 cows Percheron cross, 1 bay, 1 black, broke to on lease to own basis. 306-446-0164, d r i v e , v e r y q u i e t , a s k i n g $ 3 5 0 0 . 780-210-8145, St. Vincent, AB. North Battleford, SK. CAN CUSTOM GRAZE cattle of any type for summer of 2011. Call Gary 306-867-8984, Outlook, SK. 5 FOUNDATION OKLAHOMA Star mares. Great feet and bones. 306-961-1170, CUSTOM GRAZING AVAIL., 2500 animal Domremy, SK. unit months, for yearlings and/or cow/calf REG. QH GELDINGS, well started, great pairs. 306-435-3737, Moosomin, SK. disposition, well put together; also a reg. QH broodmare. 780-582-4202 after 6:00, Forestburg, AB. QUARTER HORSE TEAM, mare and gelding 4 years old, light bay color, broke to drive, very quiet, driving very well, $2500. 2nd ANNUAL PRAIRIE QH Breeders 204-372-6937, Fisher Branch, MB. Horse Sale, April 23, 2011, 1:00 PM, Prairieland Park, Saskatoon, SK. Selling 76 Se- 9 YR. OLD BLACK STALLION, Fast Moon lects, featuring some of today’s top blood- Chick-Martha’s Six Moons-Givemalickinlines. PQHB Sale horses carry lifetime Dash for Cash. Several colored fillies. $600 eligibility for PQHB Futurity, with prizes and up. Blue and Red Roan Palomino, and cash $10,000+, plus ranch saddle and Blacks, Buckskins. McMillan Ranch, Vermilone year trailer lease. More info and on- ion, AB. 780-853-2292. line catalogue REG. 7 YR. OLD gelding QH. Great for or call 306-544-2727 for details. barrel racing, trail riding, and pleasure, 14 Great with kids. Dam: Lenas Lady in CANDIAC AUCTION MART Regular Horse HH. Sire: Chaps Roan Boy. Color red Sale, Sat., April 2nd. Tack at 10:30, Horses Brown, roan and cert. AQHA, asking $5000 OBO. at 1:30. Each horse, with the exception of 403-548-2947, cell 403-458-2947, Medicolts must have a completed EID. Go to cine Hat, AB. the website to get the form. For more info contact BLUE ROAN BLUE Valentine Stallion, 306-424-2967. good producer, good bones and feet, good disposition. 306-961-1170, Domremy, SK. 9th ANNUAL WESTERN HORSE SALES UNLIMITED, May 6 and 7, 2011 at Saskatoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. Now accepting entries. Check our website: TRIM BOSS: THE POWER HOOF TRIMMER 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 for horses and cattle. Take the work out of 306-436-4515 for details. Don’t miss the hoof trimming; no need for nippers or horse event of the spring. rasp. Take down wall growth, remove sole, HORSE SALE JOHNSTONE Auction Mart, and dress down flare. Long lasting and Moose Jaw, SK, Thursday, April 7th. Tack easy to use on miniature, saddle and draft Sells 2:00 PM; Horses Sell 4:00 PM. horses. One handed work. Also selling Hoof Stands. Call 780-388-2222 306-693-4715. Alder Flats, AB. ROCKING W SPRING HORSE SALE Sat., May 20th and 21st, 2011, Keystone Cen- BELGIAN/CLYDE TEAM: Brother and sistre, Brandon, MB. Tack sells, May 20th, ter team, 18 and 19 years old, broke to Horse sells May 21st. All indoor facility. d r i v e . $ 3 0 0 0 o b o . E r s k i n e , A B . Consignment deadline, April 1, 2011. 403-742-3166. Phone 204-325-7237. BROKE TEAMS FOR SALE: Percheron cross American Quarter horse, greenbroke PRINCE ALBERT All Breed Horse & to bomb proof; 2 Blue Roan fillies, well Tack Sale, Tuesday May 24. Tack 2:00 matched, not broke. 780-325-2211, Wildp.m. Horses to follow. Open to broke hors- wood, AB. Email es (halter or riding). Sale conducted at Prince Albert Exhibition Grounds. To con- 30 BROKE GELDINGS mostly blacks, sign call Frederick at 1-877-494-BIDS roans and buckskins, some Draft cross. (2437) or: 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, AB. Member of SAA, MAA, AAA. WWW.ELLIOTTCUTTINGHORSES.COM 2011 WILD ROSE DRAFT HORSE SALE, 35+ yrs. training, showing, sales, clinics, May 6-7 at Olds, AB. Draft horses, tack, lessons. Clifford and Sandra Elliott. Paynharness, collars and horse drawn equip- ton, SK., 306-895-2107. ment are welcomed consignments. Con- PERCHERON THOROUGHBRED CROSS tact Barb Stephenson 403-933-5765 or colts/fillies from 1-3 yrs. old. Horod, MB. visit Russ: 204-626-3401 days or 204-745-8770 2ND ANNUAL PRAIRIE SPRING HORSE IL FARRIER SERVICES, serving NE Sask, SALE Sunday, May 15th at Johnstone Auc- taking bookings for spring. Phone Ian at: tion Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. We are accept- 306-873-1446, Tisdale, SK. ing entries of ranch, pleasure and show horses, brood mares, yearlings, 2 yr, olds, 12 DRAFT CROSS BRED MARES Perteams, etc. Entries close April 2 - only the cheron and Paint. 8 black and 4 B&W first 80 horses accepted! Entry forms are overo mares; 5 yr. old B&W 16.2 HH, 1700 on-line at For more lb. stud. 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, AB. info. or entry forms: Scott Johnstone GOOD VARIETY of 2-3 yr. old crossbred (Auctioneer) 306-631-0767 or Glen Gabel horses, weighing 1000 to 1200 lbs. and (Consultant) 306-536-1927. PL# 914447. 14-15.5 HH, buckskins, bays and blacks. Standard bred mares crossed with Haflinger, Fiord or Percheron studs. Also FriesenHaflinger cross available. Suitable for pleasure, sport, hitching or packing. 306-682-2899, Humboldt, SK.

40 YOUNGER HEREFORD short horn Black Angus cows. Preg checked for April/May. 306-258-4600, Vonda, SK. 30 PB RED ANGUS COWS, Ivan Eggen stock, most 5 yrs, some 3 yrs. Will sell w/calves at side (polled Hereford cross), or pasture until October. 1/11 and sell without calves. Ph. Richard 306-826-5581, TEAM OF VERY classy 7 year old Arab 306-823-3734, Marsden, SK. geldings, sorrel, white blazes, white socks. HERD REDUCTION, young polled Hereford Well broke. 780-724-3688, Elk Point, AB. cows and heifers, bred polled Hereford, start calving April. Elmbar Polled Herefords, 306-567-3207, Davidson, SK. WANTED: YOUNG RED roan Shorthorn WANTED: 2 YEAR OLD Belgians or Perbred cows, must be quiet. 306-734-2970, cherons. Phone Clint 204-564-2279, Inglis, MB. Chamberlain, SK. FOR SALE 100 crossbred cows and heifers, SELLING 3 and 4 year old Belgian and Perbred Red or Black Angus. $1100 ea. cheron stallions, heavy boned and thick body. Phone 306-745-3851, Esterhazy, SK. 306-252-2227, Kenaston, SK. 150 BLACK and Red Angus good quality RED SORREL GELDING, 17.2 hands, young bred cows. 306-773-1049, Swift 1900 lbs. plus. 780-210-2501, Beauvallon, Current, SK. AB.

WE BUY ALL CLASSES, teams and kid’s ponies. Top dollar paid. 306-834-2965, 306-834-8281, Kerrobert SK. MY NAME IN PUNCH, I am a 10 yr. old, 1400 lb., 15.3 HH, black Percheron gelding, with a star. I lost my mate and I am looking for a new partner. If you’re the one, call me at 780-688-2224, Holden, AB.

JUNIOR STEER RIDING SCHOOL, Fort. Qu’Appelle, SK, April 22, 23 and 24, Beginner to Advanced. Tuition $230. $100 deposit by April 15. Contact Dale Claypool, 306-775-2709, cell 306-529-9391 or Shylo Claypool, 306-695-3600, Regina, SK. CERTIFIED FARRIER. Holdfast, SK. Call Jacob at: 306-488-4408.



BOARS AND GILTS, and bred gilts, Chester White, Berkshire, Tamworth and crosses for sale. Wayne Collingridge 204-828-3317 or 204-750-1493, St. Claude, MB. HARDY HEALTHY OUTSIDE pigs, bred gelts or butcher. 306-427-4725, Shell Lake, SK.

EQUINE ALTERNATIVE THERAPY clinics s t a r t i n g n o w. S e e o u r w e b s i t e a t for a clinic near you. AB, BC, SK. 780-621-0765. ROCHE PERCEE TRAIL RIDE and wagon trek August 12, 13, 14, 2011. Phone: 306-634-2432, 306-634-4380 or email: ANIMAL COMMUNICATION CLINIC, with Marta Williams, April 30, May 1- 3 located at farm, Balgonie, SK. $165 USA per course. Register at: or phone 306-771-2550 ask for Wina. CANADIAN FARRIER SCHOOL: Gary Johnston, Email Phone: 403-359-4424, Calgary, AB.

STAGECOACH made to Concord specs, $23,500. 780-853-2031 or 780-581-4035, Vermilion, AB. 1 SET HEAVY HARNESS, very good; 1 set lighter harness; 2 sets collars, 1 adjustable 22-26; Single driving breast harness bridle and lines, never used; Scotch tops; working bridles and lines; Eamor saddle. Phone 306-586-2539 or Tim at 306-359 -0622. Email:

F. EAMOR CUSTOM roper saddle #97, 7/8 double rig, 1/4 horse bars, 15.5” seat, fits 95% of horses, never roped off, excellent condition, $1450. 951-852-6592, HORSE COLLARS, all sizes; Steel and alu- Temecula, CA. minum horseshoes. We ship anywhere. Keddie’s 1-800-390-6924. AMISH BUGGY $4000, exc. condition, including harness Cutter, single horse $1500. Ph: 780-369-3770, Northern Alberta, email: COMMERCIAL EWES for sale due to CONVERTED FURNITURE VAN into horse 250 show trailer, 48’ overall. 22’ of complete lamb in May. 306-776-2427, Rouleau, SK. living qrtrs., lots of stge., rear load ramp, LAMBING SUPPLIES CATALOGUE, free hauls 10 horses. $38,500 OBO. Carolyn Lu- upon request. Cee-Der Sheep Products, max, Swan River, MB. 204-525-2263. Box 1364, Lethbridge, AB. T1J 4K1. Phone GOOD QUALITY HEAVY long straw horse 403-327-2242, fax 403-381-0977. collars, soft and smoother design, fit better on horses shoulders. Canadian made. For free brochure fax 519-335-6540. WANTED TWO OR three bred dairy Friesen WA N T E D : H O R S E D R AW N FA R M ewes, 2-5 years old. Craig 204-435-0475 EQUIPMENT - Plows, disc, mowers, heavy or 204-745-8050, Miami, MB. wagons/sleighs. Extra wagon and sleigh poles, neck yokes, eveners and harness. ALL CLASSES OF SHEEP and goats; Also Must be in good condition. No junk please. w i l l b u y d i s p e r s a l s , b i g o r s m a l l . Ph. 780-466-4418 Steve, Edmonton, AB. 306-978-9723 or 306-229-6147 cell. ALBERTA CARRIAGE SUPPLY. Full line of Pioneer Equipment- plows, wagons, sleds. Quality leather and granite harness/ horse teams for sale. Used vehicles, full line of wood metal repair parts SHEEP DEVELOPMENT BOARD offers for your wagon! Upcoming Wheel Build- extension, marketing services and a full ing Clinic, Mar. 26 and 27th. Call for de- l i n e o f s h e e p a n d g o a t s u p p l i e s . tails. Terry 403-934-9537, Calgary, AB. 306-933-5200, Saskatoon, SK. THE LIVERY STABLE, for harness sales and repairs. 306-283-4580, 306-262-4580, Langham, SK. RECONDITIONED HARNESS for sale, various sizes available. Phone 306-682-5104, BUYING WILD BOAR ALL SIZES, highest Humboldt, SK. $$$ paid. Canadian Heritage Foods, GEORGE’S HARNESS & SADDLERY, makers 306-280-5318, Saskatoon, SK. of leather and nylon harness. Custom saddles, tack, collars, neck yoke, double trees. NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR WILD BOAR for the meat market, Winnipeg, MB. Box 29, Ryley, AB, T0B 4A0, 780-663-3611 Call 514-643-4447 for pricing.

Spring Clinic Registration on NOW! Clinic 1 - Learn How to Build Wood Spoke Wheels What you will learn: How to evaluate wood spoke wheels and horse drawn vehicles To identify different types of hubs How to rebuild a wood spoke wheel, you actually build one How to shrink a steel tire or steel channel to a wheel How to apply rubber tire to a wheel Dates: March 25, 26, 27, 2011 Times: Friday 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM Saturday 8:00 AM to 6:00 AM Sunday 8:00 AM to finish Maximum of 10 students Cost: $250.00 plus materials Clinic 2 - Driving Horse Basics What you will learn: Driving single and team Shoeing for play and work Harness fitment Draft horse care Harness care and cleaning Date: May 14, 2011 Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Cost: $200.00 Clinic 3 - Putting Your Horse to Work Note: To bring your own horses you must show a proficiency in harnessing and driving. What you will learn: Blading and Grading Plows and Plowing Camping Mowers and Mowing Blading and Grading Dates: Friday, June 3, 2011 Saturday, June 4, 2011 Times: Friday - 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM - In the classroom Saturday - 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM - In the field Cost: $60.00 Clinic 4 - Driving Horse - Advanced Note: For this course you must show a proficiency in harnessing and driving both single and team. What you will learn: Multiple hitches, 3 & 4 abreast, 4 up Use of a rope and pulley hitch on 4 up Introduction to horse pulling Introduction to showing Introduction to combined driving Dates: June 25 & 26, 2011 Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Both days Cost: $350.00 To register please contact Terry Bailey at 403-934-9537 Alberta Carriage Supply EQUIPMENT - HARNESS - VEHICLES - REPAIRS - PARTS

WANTED: BOAR, OLD HAMP outdoor breed. Call 780-926-2708, High Level, AB.

BERG’S HATCHERY, Russell, MB. Wide variety of day old chicks, poults, waterfowl, etc. Check out new breeds and pricing at 204-773-2562.

MARKET TYPE POULTRY Sale, April 30th, 11-4 PM, Simpson, SK. Buy and sell all classes of poultry and small animals. To book tables or more info. 306-836-4609 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 403-788-3838, Mirror, AB.

36 WHITE-TAIL DOES to let out on shares. Breeding from Calibre, Thunderhead, Son of the Gun, Redoy, etc. Ph. 306-825-4037 Lloydminster, SK.

NDE 1002 VERTICAL feed mixer, $18,500 ROTO GRIND TUB GRINDER, $3500 OBO; OBO. Will consider some trades; Low us- 2 4 T J D s q u a r e b a l e r, $ 1 5 0 0 . age Remm 3600 R bale processor, $8000. 306-837-2050, Loon Lake, SK. 780-621-6704, Rocky Rapids, AB. 2002 BRANDT VSF bale processor with hydraulic bunk feeder deflectors. Mint cond. 306-228-3698, Unity, SK. ELK VELVET ANTLER CAPSULES for sale. CALL YOUNG’S EQUIPMENT Inc. for all 306-873-5586, your livestock equipment needs. Regina, Tisdale, SK. SK. 1-800-803-8346, Ask for Ron or Kevin. ATTENTION ELK PRODUCERS in AB. and FROSTFREE NOSEPUMPS: Energy free MORAND INDUSTRIES SK.: AWAPCO is paying $6.35/kg. hot solution to livestock watering. No heat or hanging. (Average cows $675 to $800 and Builders of Quality Livestock power required. Prevents backwash. bulls $1125 to $1375). Give us a call today Grants available. 1-866-843-6744. Equipment, Made with Your to discuss how AWAPCO can work for you Safety in Mind! 780-980-7589. Non-Members welcome. SILVER STREAM SHELTERS: 30x72 sin1 2 M AT U R E H U N T B U L L S . P h o n e gle steel frame cover kit, $4492; 38x100 1-800-582-4037 306-883-2669 or 306-883-8028 cell, Spirtruss, $10,900. Replacement tarps for any itwood, SK. brand, patch kits, rope webbing and ratchELK VALLEY RANCHES buying all ages of HI-HOG MATERNITY PEN; Hi-Hog squeeze ets. Call 1-877-547-4738. Elk for the meat market. Phone Frank chute; Haybuster Big Bale Buster, 3 PTH; 2008 BALE PROCESSOR, Degelman 780-846-2980, Kitscoty, AB or email to JD 530 round baler. Ph 780-352-7920, 3100, right-hand discharge, fine chop, Wetaskiwin, AB. $15,000. 306-957-4201, Vibank, SK. ELK SQUEEZE and handling system. Phone WENT OUT OF CATTLE, 1996 Bale King SVEN ROLLER MILLS. Built for over 40 306-862-9692, Nipawin, SK. processor, elec. winch to operate deflector years. PTO/elec. drive, 40 to 1000 bu./hr. NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR ELK for gate. Good condition, $4100. Daysland, Example: 300 bu./hr. unit costs $1/hr. to run. Rolls peas and all grains. We regroove the meat market. Winnipeg, MB. Call: AB. 780-374-3921, 780-679-8952 cell. and repair all makes of mills. Apollo Ma514-643-4447 for pricing. NH 355 HAMMER MILL, excellent shape, 3 chine, 306-242-9884 or 1-877-255-0187, W A N T E D : E L K C A LV E S . P h o n e screens, $6000. 403-350-1706, Lacombe, at AB. 306-873-8301, Tisdale, SK. Saskatoon, SK. HIGHLINE 6600 BALE PROCESSOR, 1996 model, small 1000 rpm PTO, dual infeed drums, LHS chute, nice condition, KIDDING SUPPLIES CATALOGUE, free $5500. Trades wanted. Financing and upon request. Cee-Der Sheep Products, lease options. Box 1364, Lethbridge, AB. T1J 4K1. Phone 1-800-667-4515. 403-327-2242, fax 403-381-0977.

DUE TO a tragic accident I’m forced to drastically reduce my ALPACA HERD. Fe- NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR Ostrich males and males of various colors. Luxuri- for the meat market, Winnipeg, MB. Phone ous dense fibre. Will be avail at a much re- 514-643-4447 for pricing. duced price. You can pick your own pkgs. FIBER for sale. 780-658-2162, Ranfurly AB YORKTON EXOTIC ANIMAL and Bird Auction, Saturday, April 9th, 1:00 PM, SUNGOLD SPECIALTY MEATS. New Agri-Pavilion, Yorkton Exhibition Grounds. company is seeking a continuous supply of Yo r k t o n , S K . F o r m o r e i n f o c a l l grain fed and grass fed Bison. Randy 306-783-4800. Smith, 1-800-363-6602. WOULD LIKE to buy all ages or classes of bison with immediate payment. Contact Cliff at 780-388-3324, Buck Lake, AB. BISON WANTED - Canadian Prairie Bison is looking to contract grain finished bison for a growing market in Canada, US and 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. ELK VALLEY RANCHES, for sale: Our top 2009 bison females, raised on grass, fed pellets plus hay since Nov. 2010, Feb. 1st average weight over 800 lbs., $2000 each; 80 IDEAS for low cost cattle corrals, plus Semen tested 2 year old bulls available. One-Man layouts, 120 diagrams; free look! May 1. Email or phone Frank 780-846-2980, Kitscoty, AB. FOR SALE: NH 357 mixmill, 540 PTO, powBUYING ALL CLASSES of feeder bison er bale feeder, hopper above hammermill, and cows. Contact Dave 780-592-2288 or hammers and knives vg cond., 3 screens. cell. 780-853-0946, Mannville, AB. $3,000. 306-549-4030 lv.msg. Hafford, SK. FIVE 3 YR. old open heifers, open to of- PAYSEN LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT INC. fers. 306-842-5710, Weyburn, SK. We manufacture an extensive line of cattle TOP QUALITY, semen tested, 2 and 3 year handling and feeding equipment including old Plains breeding bulls. MFL Ranches, squeeze chutes, adj. width alleys, crowding tubs, calf tip tables, maternity pens, 403-747-2500, Alix, AB. gates and panels, bale feeders, Bison QUILL CREEK BISON is purchasing all equipment, Texas gates, steel water types of bison. Paying top dollar for fin- troughs and rodeo equipment. Distributors ished animals, cull cows and bulls. Can buy for Cancrete concrete waterers, El-Toro live weight or on the rail. Can PU. Prompt electric branders and twine cutters. Our payment. Call Doug at 306-383-2520, Quill squeeze chutes and headgates are now Lake, SK. available with a neck extender. Phone WANTED: CULL BISON cows and bulls for 306-796-4508, email: slaughter. Call Kelly at Drake Meat Proces- website sors, 306-363-2117, ext. 111, Drake, SK. HEAD SQUEEZE GATE, like new; 273 NH FOR SALE: Proven Bison breeding stock. square baler; Approx. 89 round alfalfa hay Wood Cross, Pure Wood, Pure Plains, all bales, no rain. 306-582-6039, Glenbain SK ages, both sexes. Kirkwall Moor Ranch and 5000 GAL. HUSKY Liquid Manure Tank 4 Consulting, Marshall L. Patterson D.V.M. yrs. old, $29,000. 8” Houle transfer pump, 306-694-1759, Moose Jaw, SK. 4 yrs., $5000. 204-352-4037, Glenella, MB BISON BREEDING STOCK quiet herd, good 125 BUSHEL SILAGE feed wagon, $1100; selection of quality bulls and exposed Salers bulls, yearling, tan, red, black. cows, references available. 250-489-4786, Phone 780-768-2284, Hairy Hill, AB. leave a message, Fort Steele, BC. LUNDGREN 18’ GOOSENECK stock trailer, 2010 PURE WOOD females. Can view WW 16’ gooseneck stock trailer, Bale Mascalves on mother’s and herd sires. Wean- ter 3 PTH bale unroller, Hi-Hog crowding ing March 15. Viking Bison 306-874-7590, tub, Hi-Hog maternity pen, Hi-Hog bale Naicam, SK. feeders, corral panels, round hay and 2 1 O P E N B I S O N C O W S f o r s a l e . straw bales. The Estate of Rocky Gillies, 780-494-2016 or 780-494-2284, Fairview, Land and Farm Equipment Auction, Thursday, April 14, 2011, Big Beaver, SK. area. AB. Visit for WANTED: 2010 BISON bull and heifer sale bill and photos. 306-421-2928 or calves. White Fox, SK., Can pick up in SK. 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962 MB. or AB. Contact Gil at 403-556-0690. 2002 HAYBUSTER H-1100E tub grinder for Email: sale. 306-747-2721, Shellbrook, SK. 20- TWO YEAR, old heifers sired by Silver Creek bulls. This is a top end package that GRAIN TROUGHS, 30’ c/w skids, made will fit into anyone’s herd. 306-542-4498 of conveyor belting and pipe, $650. or 306-542-7325, Kamsack, SK. 306-538-4685, Kennedy, SK. 30- 2009 PLAINS yearling heifers and HOPPER FEEDER 100+ bu. on trailer, bulls. 204-585-5323, Sandy Lake, MB. hyd. drive, folding auger; Also 2 used 45 3 PTH or trailer mount models. Elias 120 HEAD HERD of good pregnant bison bu. 306-445-2111 c o w s f o r s a l e . P h o n e C l i f f a t Scales North Battleford, SK. 780-388-3324, Buck Lake, AB. BISON, SHEEP, GOAT EQUIPBRED COWS and bred heifers for sale. Also CATTLE, Freestanding 21’ corral sections buying calves and feeders. Call Ivan MENT: for cattle, bison and sheep; 10.5’ handy 403-872-2581, Innisfail, AB. panels for cattle, bison or sheep; Goat and NORTHFORK BISON is looking for all ag- sheep hay saver round bale feeders; es, classes and finished Bison. Prompt Tombstone feeders; Round bale feeders p a y m e n t . W i n n i p e g , M B . C a l l for cattle; Feed through 21’ corral sections; 30’ windbreak frames; 12’ feed 888-422-0623 for pricing. troughs. See: PURCHASING ALL AGES and classes of Bi- Call for pricing: 1-866-500-2276, Jack son. Prompt payment. Bruce, Youngstown, AB. 403-651-7972 or 403-779-2218. 2006 JIFFY 920 bale processor, very nice ondition. Wholesale, $6500. BUYING ALL AGES of bison. Looking for c403-627-3092, Pincher Creek, AB. 150 bred cows with or without calves. Call FARMATIC FEED MILL 5 HP, digital panel, Kevin at 306-429-2029, Glenavon, SK. 6 hoppers with switches, 3 intake augers CANADIAN RANGELAND BISON: for a with motors, 40 ft discharge auger with sustainable Canadian bison industry book motor, 3 way on discharge, calibration kit. your finished bison, cull cows and mature $3250 OBO. 204-324-6527, Altona MB. bulls at Lacombe, AB. Brenda, 403-786-9900, for all your feeders please CATTELAC 460 mixer wagon, like new. call Armin at 403-748-4218. Call Don 306-782-5837, Yorkton, SK.

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2008 LUCKNOW 2270 twin screw vertical mix wagon, $35,000. Phone 306-224-4272, Windthorst, SK. 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 2003 HIGHLINE 7000 processor, fair panels and lots of parts. More info call cond., $3000 OBO: 2001 Farm Aid 430 403-327-9757, Coaldale, AB. mixer wagon, scale needs work, $3000 ST