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A storm system pushed its way from Sundre, Alta., to Red Deer on July 7, dumping up to 200 millimetres of rain and hail and spinning off three tornadoes. For more on the storm, see page 3. | PAT BOOMER PHOTO


Canadian wheat unlikely to get warm reception at U.S. elevators

Canola roots struggle in wet, compacted soil


Waterlogged soil | Lack of nutrients causes many fields to bolt early BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU

It has a reputation as a resilient crop, but canola is struggling to rebound from June’s wet growing conditions in southwestern Manitoba, southeastern Saskatchewan and southern Alberta. Many canola fields south of Manitoba’s Riding Mountain National Park are bolting prematurely because the crop was sitting in soaked soil this spring, said Elmer Kaskiw, a crop production adviser with Manitoba Agriculture. “Canola is the one crop that hasn’t recovered, as of yet, from the excess moisture,” Kaskiw said. Much of the canola in southwestern Manitoba went in the ground

before spring rain waterlogged the region’s already wet soil. The rain compacted and pushed the remaining air pockets out of the soil, making it difficult for canola plants to establish healthy roots. “The soil couldn’t breathe… so you’ve got poor root development and (the plants) couldn’t find the nutrients in the soil,” Kaskiw said. The stress impelled the plants to reproduce, which is why many canola fields in southwestern Manitoba were bolting in early July, even though they were only 15 to 20 centimetres high. “It didn’t canopy … so there is poor ground cover,” Kaskiw said. Without a canopy, the canola crop in southwestern Manitoba could actually use a rain because hot


weather is drying out soil and plants. However, Kaskiw hasn’t given up on the crop. “Canola has that amazing ability to compensate and recover,” he said. “I think the potential is there to recover, as long as we don’t go into an extended period of time where we get hot temperatures … and no rain.” Murray Hartman, oilseed specialist with Alberta Agriculture, isn’t as confident that canola in southern Alberta will recover from the wet spring. In an article he wrote for the Alberta Canola Producers Commission, Hartman said experiments and data on waterlogged canola are limited, but he estimated that yields could be cut in half in some regions.

Hauling grain to U.S. elevators once the Canadian Wheat Board loses its monopoly might not be as easy as many prairie farmers hope, says a North Dakota farm leader. “I can’t imagine that there won’t be an almost-insurrection if guys at harvest time are waiting in line behind Canadian trucks,” said Eric Aasmundstad, president of the North Dakota Farmers Bureau. “I wouldn’t doubt that we’re going to see border protests, border blockades.” Cross-border traffic of prairie wheat, barley and durum is now limited by the wheat board system, which makes its own large sales that are generally moved through the rail system. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Canola roots struggle “Spring seeded crops, once they’ve been flooded a week, the average is almost a 50 percent yield loss,” he said. “Often these (areas) don’t get sprayed for herbicide because it was too wet to go in there…. I don’t anticipate these areas to come back and be very productive at all.” Research from China shows that adding nutrients can help canola recover from early season stress. However, with such a tight growing season in Western Canada, adding nitrogen and phosphor us to a soaked and yellowing canola crop isn’t feasible because of the likeli-


hood of an autumn frost, Hartman said. “At some point, for our tight season, anything flowering past the end of July isn’t going to be economic.” On the positive side, most of the waterlogged crop is in southern Alberta, which isn’t the province’s primary canola region. “The main growing area, central Alberta and the Peace River region, it was OK to dry and then it got wet. So we might lose a bit in the low spots, but (we) should get better yields in the high spots…. So we could still end up with above average yield (in Alberta).”

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Canadian wheat not welcome Individual farmers will find it much easier to haul grain to U.S. elevators once the board monopolies disappear. Many farmers in the southern Prairies believe North Dakota and Montana elevators generally offer better prices than they receive through the wheat board and are keen to be able to access that market. However, Canadian exports to the U.S. have often run into trade problems when American farmers became upset over sales into their local markets. Hog, beef and grain have faced hostile trade actions that have temporarily blocked or limited access for Canadian products. Aasmundstad, who opposes marketing agencies such as the Canadian Wheat Board and the rich system of U.S. farm subsidies, said he is sure some farm groups will attempt to shut the border. “I’d be surprised if (they) don’t demand that the borders need to be slammed shut,” said Aasmundstad. “We’re going to have that. It’s going to happen.” Aasmundstad also thinks a lot of U.S. farmers haven’t realized the

practical reality of the end of the wheat board, even if that is something they have called for for many years. “American wheat farmers, American small grains farmers, should have realized they should be careful what they wish for, because they might get it,” he said. “Now that they’re getting it, they might not be very happy about it.” Aasmundstad is a free trade proponent and hopes that an initial flurry of anger from border-region farmers will fade as they get used to seeing more cross-border wheat traffic, as they do already with canola trade. He also hopes they embrace the general improvements in the wheat market that will allow farmers on the both sides of the border to create a more efficient industry that can compete with exporters such as the European Union and the former Soviet Union for sales to booming markets such as China. “We can’t get in a fight with each other,” said Aasmundstad. “Canada is not the U.S. farmers’ enemy. Nor is the U.S. farmer the Canadian farmer’s enemy. We have to unite.”

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reminded that now is the time to be on the lookout for wheat midge. 5 DRAINAGE TROUBLE: Alberta farmers want the province to solve their flood problems or pay them compensation. 14 OPEN MARKET: Cargill’s president assures wheat farmers they will be in good hands in the open market. 15 LAND DONATION: The University of Lethbridge is excited about its first land donation. 22

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mail for the Canadian Wheat Board’s plebiscite on the single desk. 26 MARKETING FEAR: A former logger warns livestock producers about the threat of environmentalists. 27 WATER EFFICIENCY: Canada is urged to reduce barriers to helping agriculture become better at using water. 69 LABOUR CRISIS: Producers find ways to cope with Canada’s worsening farm labour crisis. 72


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meet their contracts need to act now. 6 CHINA POWER: Analysts say China holds too much sway over commodity markets. 7

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seeded into terminated stands. 18 SCLEROTINIA: Spraying for sclerotinia can pay off for canola producers. 19



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The second place winner in the recipe contest on page 78 in the July 7 issue should read Mike Shewchuk. British Columbia does not offer a bounty on wolves, contrary to a headline on page 74 of the June 16 issue. A photo on page 75 in the July 7 issue was not taken at Hanley’s fair, but featured Lucas Wiens of Winkler, Man., competing in mud races near Austin, Man., June 19. A story in the June 2 issue, Managing animals’ pain is the right thing to do, should have specified that the drug meloxicam, used to relieve pain in cattle, has a 20-day withdrawal period if the injectable veterinary-approved drug is used. Because the tablet form is a human product, no withdrawal time has been established.

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CGC asks for major user fee increase Ottawa wants to avoid charging industry full amount of service costs BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

The Canadian Grain Commission is asking Ottawa to allow a sharp increase in cost-recovery fees to take effect April 1, 2012. If approved by government, it would cost farmers tens of millions of dollars in higher fees. In a July 8 interview, federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz said he will wrestle with the question of how many commission costs provide a producer or industry benefit that should be charged to farmers and the industry and how many provide a “social good” that should be picked up by taxpayers. He acknowledged the pressure is on in Ottawa to reduce government spending. In the 2011-12 year, the government is promising more than $30 million to the CGC to cover a deficit. Ritz said the government plans to avoid charging the full amount to the industry. “What I hear as a politician is there’s some social good, there’s some that is cost-benefit for farmers. What we have to do now is walk that tight rope to decide which is which and come up with a package that addresses both of those issues.” With cost-recovery fees frozen for the past two decades, the grain commission is under-funded, chief commissioner Elwin Hermanson said in a July 7 interview. “We are asking for a sustainable funding model that does not require this annual (funding) request to Ottawa,” he said. “Ideally it would include increased cost recovery fees but if not, then a multi-year commitment from Ottawa for funding until the fee issue is resolved.” After consultations last spring, the commission published the results of feedback that indicated pushback from producers and companies against the idea of sharp fee increases. The commission says that full cost recovery would increase fee revenue and industry costs 150 percent from $37 million to $91 million. Many in the industry wanted the Canadian Grain Commission to be reformed before fees are increased and others suggested any fee increase be phased in over three to five years. Ritz said department officials are looking at changing the Canada Grain Act but he was non-committal. One potential change would be to end inward inspections and change bonding requirements for grain companies. Another would be to decide if changes in the commission mandate are necessary because of government plans to end the Canadian Wheat Board single desk Aug. 1, 2012. Ritz would not commit to legislative changes to the commission during this parliamentary session. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

A July 7 tornado hit the Curtice farm near Innisfail, Alta., damaging grain handling equipment and buildings. |



Churchill port can survive monopoly end Omnitrax speaks out | Company hopes wheat board can thrive in open market STORIES BY BRIAN CROSS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

The company that owns the Port of Churchill said the loss of the Canadian Wheat Board’s monopoly on western Canadian grain sales will present challenges but nothing that can’t be overcome through discussions between stakeholders. Mike Ogborn, managing director of OmniTrax, said his company is preparing for what it considers an inevitable end to single-desk marketing in Western Canada. “But we’re looking for every opportunity we can to negate that impact.” OmniTrax, which owns both the Churchill port facility and the Hudson Bay Railway Company (HBRC) that serves the port, moves 500,000600,000 tonnes of grain through the port each year. About 85 percent of that is CWB grain. Ogborn said the elimination of single desk marketing will present challenges but his company sees a strong future for the port and the railway. The company will focus on diversifying its business base, maintaining grain volumes and working with government on assessing and mitigating economic damages. “Today, a great deal of the volume that moves up the railway and through the port is Canadian Wheat Board product,” Ogborn said. “We want to make sure that those consequences are known to the government, both provincially and federally, and then work with the federal government on potential mitigations of that adverse effect.” Ogborn said OmniTrax officials are hopeful that the wheat board will continue to operate in an open market system and are encouraging open access=subscriber section=news,none,none

dialogue between all stakeholders. “I think it’s important that the wheat board remains in business,” he said. “From a selfish standpoint, it gives us another company to work with, but from a Canadian perspective, it (the CWB) is well-versed in the market and well-positioned because of the reputation that is has around the world ….” Ogborn said the company will also be looking to expand business relationships with private grain handling companies. Although many of Canada’s largest grain companies own their own port facilities, OmniTrax officials hope

they can attract new business by presenting a sound business case for using the Churchill route. “For those companies that have (their own port) facilities, it will require having a business-like discussion and convincing them that moving a portion of their grain through the Port of Churchill is viable for them and is a good business decision,” Ogborn said. “And there are certainly other grain companies that don’t have those kinds of facilities that would also be potentially good partners for us. We’re exploring all of those avenues with all grain companies.” To offset potential reductions in

grain movement, OmniTrax is hoping to increase shipments of inbound and outbound fertilizers, outbound wood pellets and pre-fabricated modules used in Canada’s oilsands refining industry. Movement of dry freight items such as automobiles, appliances, machinery and other consumer goods is also increasing in the North, as is the transportation of fuel destined for mines, remote communities and other customers. Ogborn said Ottawa’s decision to end the single desk will have no impact on the company’s decision to spend $60 million on rail and port upgrades.


CN discontinues key line for Churchill Canadian National Railway is planning to discontinue a portion of unused rail line in northeastern Saskatchewan between Tisdale and Hudson Bay, Sask. Warren Chandler, a spokesperson for CN Rail in Edmonton, confirmed that the company has reclassified a portion of its Tisdale, Sask., line to the “discontinued” designation. “On July 6, CN did place 55 miles of rail line between Kearly, (Sask.) and Mutchler (Sask.) on the discontinuance list,” Chandler said. “This line has not been in use for over three years and has seen no traffic.” Mutchler is just outside of Hudson Bay, Sask., and Kearly is 25 kilometres east of Tisdale. CN’s Tisdale line is significant

because it connects at Mutchler with another CN line that runs northeast to The Pas, Man. That line eventually connects with the Hudson Bay Railway system, which is the only rail line that leads to Port of Churchill at Churchill, Man. Gerry Breitkreuz, Conservative MP for the Saskatchewan riding of Yorkton-Melville, said CN’s plans to discontinue a portion of the Tisdale line could open the door for other interested parties to acquire the track and resume east-west grain shipments to Mutchler. “If CN changes the status of the railway, this would be an excellent opportunity for another corporation to come in and fill the void that has been left,” Breitkreuz said. “It would also allow our farmers

another opportunity to ship their grain in a manner that best serves their business needs.” Before a rail company can formally discontinue a portion of railway, it must inform the Canadian Transportation Agency of its plans, include its intentions in a mandatory network plan and advertise the line’s availability to interested parties. After 12 months, a formal notice of discontinuance is issued and interested parties are then given 60 days to express their interest in buying the line for the purpose of continuing to operate the line. Interested parties have six months in which to negotiate a deal. If no deal is reached, the line must then be offered for sale to municipal and provincial governments. access=subscriber section=news,none,none





Haying is well underway in southern Alberta in the first week of July. Heat has finally arrived and is spurring crop development. Canola ranges from just starting to bolt to full flowering. Seeding varied from late April to the second week of June depending on location and rainfall challenges. This producer is haying south of Pearce, Alta. | MICHAEL RAINE PHOTO


Ag ministers agree on farm program principles Growing Forward II | Agriculture ministers are scheduled to gather next year to ratify final package BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

ST. ANDREWS-BY-THE-SEA, New Brunswick — Federal and provincial agriculture ministers have agreed to principles that will drive the next national farm policy framework and the emphasis is on innovation rather than safety nets. The goal, ministers said July 8 at the end of their annual summer meeting, is profitability, sustainability and adaptation. Changes to business risk management programs appear to be well down the list of ministerial priorities, although the refusal of Ottawa and the other nine provinces to embrace Ontario’s call for federal funding for provincially designed support programs led Ontario minister Carol Mitchell to refuse to endorse the final communiqué.

When asked how the next policy framework will improve farm profitability, federal minister Gerry Ritz said innovation and increased trade are the keys. “I think the emphasis is on innovation and we hear that from industry groups constantly,” he said. “Science and research, you know, a re-invigoration of results-based science and research, making sure that industry is involved in each of those steps. And of course, trade, opening up those trade ways.” The next framework, Growing Forward II, is to take effect April 1, 2013, and ministers instructed their bureaucrats to translate the principles into concrete policy proposals by the time ministers meet again in September 2012, in Yukon to debate and ratify the final package. And Ritz, who complained during

the federal election campaign that the opposition-triggered election had put on hold for several months policy framework consultations, vowed that five provincial elections scheduled for late 2011 will not set the process back. “I have no doubt that we will deliver on time,” said the minister. “With a number of provincial elections coming up this fall, of course the bureaucracies stay in place and they all have their marching orders from this meeting as to what we need to negotiate and work towards.” When pressed, Ritz said the next set of business risk management programs will be improved, though he offered no details. Canadian Cattlemen’s Association president Travis Toews issued a statement endorsing the emphasis on innovation. He joined other farm groups in call-

ing on the Conservatives to increase investment in research. “Significant investment is needed to renew and reinvigorate agriculture research to a more meaningful level w i t h i nv e s t m e nt s f o c u s i n g o n research outcomes that address industry priorities,” he said. In Regina, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, which claims thousands of farmer members, published the results of a member survey that indicated BRM programs are a low priority. O f t h e m o re t ha n 1 , 0 0 0 w h o responded to the survey, 72 percent said regulatory reform and reducing red tape were the priorities. The Canadian Federation of Agriculture, which often has led the fight for better farm support programs, also focused last week on its campaign to develop a national food strategy. It hosted a round table with

ministers that drew endorsement of the broad principles, but with few specifics. “The industry has taken the first step in moving towards finding broader solutions for the value chain, taking into account everything from promoting the Canadian brand and healthy lifestyles to sustaining economic growth and ecosystems,” said CFA president Ron Bonnett. “For this to work, we need it to translate into policy. That’s where government comes in, and we are ready and willing to work with them. High taxes were named by 68 percent as a priority, close to the 66 percent that cited market access. Improving business risk management programs came sixth in priority, named by 42 percent. FOR MORE FROM THE FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL MINISTERS MEETING, SEE PAGE 16. access=subscriber section=news,none,none


Manitoba hog sector sees new law as vote-getting tactic Rules could backfire | Pork council says the NDP government’s moratorium could result in less control over Lake Winnipeg water quality BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

Manitoba hog producers worry about how a new law will affect their industry following this fall’s provincial election. Farmers fear a re-elected NDP government will continue to blame the hog industry for Lake Winnipeg’s water quality woes, and there have been no signs yet that a Progressive Conservative government would repair the situation. “Until after the election, it’s kind of hard to tell where it will go,” Manitoba Pork Council chair Karl Kynoch said about the implications of Bill 46, which was recently passed into law and is now the Save Lake Winnipeg Act. The legislation contains vague language about all new or expanded hog barns requiring state-of-the-art manure handling facilities that most farm groups see as an effective province-wide moratorium. The industry fears that the governaccess=subscriber section=news,livestock,none

The Manitoba Pork Council says new regulations on hog barns and manure handling facilities to improve Lake Winnipeg’s water quality are based on politics, not science. | FILE PHOTO ment has been targeting the hog industry to play to its political base because the new act’s as-yet-unwritten regulations don’t appear to be based on pragmatic water quality science. “We feel it was only done for the election, to get votes,” said Kynoch about the new legislation.

“The government’s been beating up the hog industry for the past number of years.” PC MLAs also voted for the bill, which Kynoch thinks they might have done out of fear of being seen supporting the often-attacked hog industry. “It doesn’t matter what the Conser-

vatives did, the government would have used it against them in an election,” said Kynoch. Kynoch and Keystone Agricultural Producers president Doug Chorney urged politicians not to pass the law when a legislative committee held hearings on the law. Chorney said he used a pragmatic

approach, noting that the legislation would reduce regulation of hog manure treatment in the Lake Winnipeg watershed rather than increasing it. “They’ve basically said you’re not going to build barns, so all the finishing and growing capacity for the pigs to feed the Brandon plant will come from North Dakota and Saskatchewan, and we can’t regulate them,” said Chorney. “That will give us no control over nutrient management. We will have no control over the water quality of Lake Winnipeg by pushing the industry out of Manitoba.” The industry hopes that either a reelected NDP government or a newly elected PC government will be able to back away from too-restrictive regulations once the election is over and focus more on helping farmers adapt their farming methods. Right now, the law on the books looks scary to many farmers. “Bill 46 could be the beginning of a lot of devastation,” said Kynoch.







Monitor for signs of midge Infestation potential | Scout fields between heading and flowering stage BY WILLIAM DEKAY SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Timing is everything and that goes for wheat midge too. Starting now, prairie producers need to be on the lookout for the insect pest. Combine this year’s high moisture with a series of normal heat unit days, and midge numbers could be high. The potential for economically damaging infestations to wheat crops is highest in the dark brown and black soil zones. The silver lining for many producers is that heavy rain earlier in the spring meant many wheat crops were seeded late. Combine that with delayed normal heat unit days and wheat midge may miss some fields. “This year everything is delayed so we’re into July before we’re seeing much of an emergence,” said Scott Hartley, Saskatchewan Agriculture’s specialist for insect/vertebrate pest

management. “High heat will probably accelerate things. If midge emerges quickly and crops are not in a susceptible stage, that’s excellent. That’s not good timing for the midge.” It’s a wait and see game for producers who didn’t plant midge tolerant wheat, said John Gavloski, an entomologist with Manitoba Agriculture. “For people who seeded quite late, that might be the case, but a lot depends on how many growing degree days the crop and the wheat midge have experienced. It’s a tough question to answer.” He said midge is appearing in central Manitoba and a high emergence is expected. The insect appears when an area receives the number of growing degree days that it needs to maintain its life cycle. “We’ve seen that before, where they miss their opportunity to lay eggs in

certain fields,” Gavloski said. “If the fields aren’t ready, they’re going to keep moving until they find something to lay their eggs into that are ready.” Hartley said regular field monitoring is key. Scout in the evenings, from 8 to 10 p.m. when the temperature is around 15 C and the wind is calm or light. Inspect four or five places in the field for a more accurate count. Hartley warned against taking action with first midge sightings because the males show up before the egg-laying females. “Premature spray wouldn’t hit the real target,” he said. “That’s why we emphasize that it’s not when you first see it. Regular monitoring is key to being able to get good control.” The time between heading and flowering, when the boot swells and the wheat become visible, is the vulnerable stage because the midge can then

access the plants to lay eggs. That’s when regular scouting should begin. Plants are no longer susceptible when they start to enter out or go into flowering. At that point they’ve built up resistance. Spraying should start in the four days after the economic threshold is reached, depending on the chemical that is used. One adult midge per four to five wheat heads is usually enough to warrant control. It’s a question of yield verses grade. One midge per four to five wheat heads can decrease yield by 15 percent. Wheat midge larvae can also

reduce the grade of wheat, as can more than one midge per eight to 10 wheat heads. The Canadian Grain Commission limits midge damage in No. 1 CWRS wheat to two percent and eight percent in No. 2. The tolerances are similar in durum. “We use economic thresholds as a gauge for producers because their systems are all going to be different,” Hartley said. “There may be different varieties; it may predominantly be a CPS grower, or a durum grower. They’ve got to make the final financial decisions themselves.” access=subscriber section=news,crops,none


Manitoba buckwheat acres shrink but Sask. climbs aboard BY ROBERT ARNASON



Marc Durand should net a tidy profit from his 210 acres of buckwheat if the weather is just right this summer. Prices for the specialty crop are at “unprecedented levels” of around $15 per acre. Durand, who typically seeds 160 to 300 acres on his farm near Notre Dame, Man., knows he can reap profits because he has grown buckwheat crops that yielded 40 bushels per acre. “At 45 bushels per acre and $15 per bu., there’s money to be made there,” said Durand. Prices aren’t always that high. Buckwheat was $12 per bu. last year and has traded around $8 per bu. in the recent past. However, Manitoba Agriculture buckwheat specialist Rejean Picard expects acres in the province to be similar to 2009 and 2010. “Talking to the seed suppliers and the processors, it might be … around 4,500 acres,” said Picard. Official acreage statistics are pending. Manitoba growers planted 30,000 acres of buckwheat 10 years ago, but

Phosphorus scavenger: • Aside from producing grain and providing nectar for bees, buckwheat also requires less nitrogen than other crops and is able to retrieve phosphorus locked in the soil. Its roots produce mild acids that release nutrients from the soil and activate slowreleasing organic fertilizers, such as rock phosphate. When the plant breaks down, it releases phosphorus for the next crop. Thrives in poor soil:

In Japan, buckwheat is used to make soba noodles, which are often served cold in the summer months. | FILE PHOTO acreage shrank during the 2000s to the point where Picard said the crop is now in survival mode. “With the last two or three years being below 5,000 acres, it’s really not enough for the industry to survive.” It won’t be because of lack of demand if Manitoba growers stop planting the crop entirely. Processors from around the world regularly call

• Buckwheat performs better on low-fertility soil and soil with high levels of decaying organic matter. That’s why it was often the first crop planted on cleared land during the settlement of woodland areas and is still a good crop for rejuvenating overfarmed soils. Source: Sustainable Ag Research & Education

Durand, who owns and operates Durand Seeds, to ask about his buckwheat crop or seed. Japan remains the largest customer

for Canadian buckwheat. The Japanese use it to make soba noodles, which are often served cold in the summer months. Yet, like other specialty crops, buckwheat acres have dwindled because farmers can generate higher profits growing canola. “As long as the price is not as good, or not able to compete with other crops in terms of net revenue per acre, that’s what has been the problem (with buckwheat) the last 10 years,” Picard said. Durand said buckwheat acres in Manitoba are unlikely to rebound to 20,000 or 30,000 a year, but he doesn’t think the crop will vanish from the landscape. In his case, he grows buckwheat because it offers an opportunity to make money from his farm’s marginal, sandy land. “We’re not putting much into it and if we get something out of it, great. But if you put canola on that land and throw a whole pile of inputs on it and don’t get a high yield, you’re not making a whole pile of money.” Buckwheat is tricky to grow, with potential yields varying from five to 40 bu. per acre. “In some years you think it’s a good



buckwheat year and there’s no yield. And other years it doesn’t look like a good buckwheat year, and you get high yields,” Durand said. “It needs a period of stress during the summer … which encourages the plant to set seed and reproduce for next year.” Durand is encouraged by news out of Saskatchewan, where growers are trying buckwheat. “I think Saskatchewan buckwheat acres must be going up every year. I know a lot of organic farmers grow buckwheat. Either they grow it for grain or it’s a great green manure for them, for phosphates.” Canadian Organic Growers says farmers in Canada planted 771 acres of certified organic buckwheat in 2008 and 1,029 acres in 2009. Chantal Jacobs, an organic crop specialist with Saskatchewan Agriculture, said she hasn’t heard that organic producers are planting more acres of buckwheat in the province. Most organic producers plant peas and lentils to add nitrogen to the soil, she added. “I know the research shows that it is good for greenfeed, but it isn’t a legume and we still like to get those nitrogen fixing crops in the ground.” access=subscriber section=news,crops,none




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Flooded fields, such as this one near Melita, Man., will make it next to impossible for many farmers to harvest a crop this year and fulfill their marketing commitments. |




Farmers need to act now on fall contract problems Soggy spring, late harvest | Recent drop in canola prices offers farmers an escape from penalties in existing new crop sales agreements BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

Thousands of farmers might be caught exposed because of the sodden spring, but the recent market downturn is offering them a handy fig leaf to partially hide behind. Farmers in many areas will be unable to meet their existing new crop sales agreements because they won’t be able to harvest most of their crops. Others have short futures positions they will need to roll out of because they won’t have a crop with which to back them up. Fortunately, the recent drop in crop prices has made it less costly to get out of those commitments. “With the canola market dropping, they are escaping,” said Errol Anderson of Pro Market Communications in Calgary. “I think the market, luckily, will

allow them to get out without major penalties.” Farmers use a wide range of strategies to hedge their price risk, using deferred delivery contracts, other production contracts, futures contracts and options contracts. Many advisers recommend farmers lock in prices for 25 and 40 percent of their expected production before the end of seeding so that profit margins can be protected. Locking in 25 to 33 percent of their production is considered safe for the average farmer because only in rare years do they harvest that low an amount of crop. But this year, like last year, is one of those bad years for growers who have been unable to seed that amount of acreage. Futures positions are easy to roll out of, and with canola prices recently falling well below $600 per tonne, many farmers with short positions

will be able to gain from closing out. But it isn’t as easy to get out of production contracts, in which a farmer promises to produce a set amount of crop with a grain company. The buyer isn’t just speculating with price, but actually wants the crop. As a result, many advisers say farmers who won’t have physical product in the fall should start talking to the companies with which they have contract commitments. “For anybody who has a contract, I think I’d want to be getting out of it quick, because there’s a really good chance of (oats prices) really running up quickly,” said Bill Wilton, president of the Prairie Oat Growers Association (POGA). Oats is one of the most-contracted crops on the Prairies, and contracts generally don’t contain act-of-God clauses. Ken Ball of Union Securities said farmers who move quickly to cover

their contracts don’t have to deal with grain companies at the worst time. “Most guys have learned that when these things happen, you move fast,” said Ball, who has a number of clients with production contracts they can’t fill. “Move before the grain companies have time to bump up their penalties and their charges for buying your way out of a contract.” Farmers in many areas had done little forward contracting or pricing before spring because of soil left soaking last fall, which means the problem might not be as widespread as it would have been had the fall and winter been dry. Years of excessively wet conditions in Manitoba’s Interlake have made farmers so conservative with pricing that they price almost nothing, said Lorne Floyd, POGA’s Manitoba vicepresident.

“We’ve had so many challenges over the years, not too many farmers are selling anything before it’s in the bin.” That has been a successful strategy this year for avoiding exposure with production problems. Many of the best pricing strategies have been option-based because options do not commit a farmer to anything beyond the premium they paid for the option. Anderson said using put options this spring for fall sales was a “nobrainer” for anyone who was worried about being able to produce a crop. And fall prices are still good, above $11 per bushel for canola, if farmers still want to price new crop but are worried about their production prospects. He said some farmers are dealing with production problems by buying fall call options. access=subscriber section=markets,crops,none





Politics monopolizes single desk issue China’s market power

overblown: analyst


Demand by China often influences commodity markets BY ED WHITE




he politics are raw and caustic. The ideological warriors are once more clashing over the Canadian Wheat Board monopoly, trying to get in one last battle before the issue is legislated out of existence. But are many farmers paying attention? I doubt it. And that’s not just because they are busy growing crops and dealing with the million daily demands of farming. Most are turned off by decades of often-nasty debate over an issue that should never have become ideological but now seems nothing but ideological and political. This is an appalling situation because farmers could have a lot to gain or lose depending on whether the board monopolies are broken or maintained. Wheat is a huge crop and marginal gains or losses mean a lot to farmer bottom lines. The wheat board monopoly issue really should be seen as a vital commercial and business matter. Instead, the political right has made it one of liberty and freedom and the political left one of collectivism and co-operation. Left and right get all excited and wound up by polarized debates like this, but I think the average farmer is disgusted by them and just wishes they would go away. The debate over the wheat board monopolies should always have been about: • Does the wheat board earn significant premiums because of its single desk? • Are those premiums large enough to compensate for the added complications that the system adds to the commercial grain handling and marketing system and for the restrictions it imposes on individual farmers’ marketing choices? That’s something a hard-nosed commercial farmer should care deeply about. Most would be willing to sacrifice some freedom for a certain level of premium. However, assessing that balance is not the centre of the argument, no matter how much the pugilists claim it is. I know, I know — both left and right claim to care about these issues and have made many statements and issued reports supposedly proving their points. But most of these analyses are simply window dressing for an already accepted ideological position and are based on assumptions that often seem plain silly. So that doesn’t help farmers much. And while the wheat board itself has commissioned a number of studies over the years to look at the premiums it believes it earns, the studies somehow seem unconvincing, or at least not entirely convincing. Most of the board-commissioned studies have employed academic economists. The problem there is that these access=subscriber section=markets,none,none

The debate over single desk marketing has the political left sparring with the right and the issue of benefits to farmers is lost in the middle. | FILE PHOTO

folks are incredibly good at taking statistics and sales numbers and running them through mathematical models. However, that’s not a good way of revealing whether or not wheat board sales were made at true premium prices in the commercial marketplace. The benchmarking studies are a worthy best guess, but is still an indirect analysis. The only ones who could know the real commercial reality are other grain traders who were in the marketplace at the same time. These folks aren’t easy to hire to do a study because they’re working for competitors, have signed confidentiality agreements or just aren’t interested. But they would be the only people who would really be able to say. However, there hasn’t seemed to be a screaming demand for more and greater analysis of this commercial matter because the argument has been primarily ideological. To their credit, elected CWB directors have always told me they are convinced that the board earns some premium from some sales of some qualities of wheat to some buyers. That doesn’t seem unreasonable and hardly a boastful claim. But many lefties I’ve spoken with over the years believe on faith that the board is wonderful and good in every way, regardless of the premiums it does or does not receive. It reflects the kind of world they would prefer to live in. Righties have often given me the flipside of that: the board monopolies are an offence and an insult and regardless of whether or not it earns premiums, it’s simply not acceptable to impose on farmers. So there hasn’t seemed to be a huge demand for better studies into the board’s premiums and costs, and the issue has generally lived in the political world. Who’s to blame for that? Perhaps all

the moderates in the commercial grain growing world who didn’t push their organizations to once and for all get a definitive answer on this question. The centre didn’t hold its interest in this debate, so things flew apart to the political extremes. And now the matter is going to be settled permanently, but only politically.

China often seems to be the focus of agricultural markets, but analysts think Chinese demand sometimes looms too large in the eyes of market watchers. “I don’t know why there’s that much attention to China when they’re not that big a part of the (export pork) market,” said Ron Plain of the University of Missouri. In April, for example, “1.3 percent of the pork we produced in this country went to China.” However, Chinese demand always seems a dominant issue, even when analysts can’t agree on how to read it. For example, corn markets were moved July 7 by confirmed corn buying in China, even though it was expected by most analysts. “U.S. corn futures finish stronger on expectations for continued demand from China,” said the CME Group’s daily wrap-up newsletter, following U.S. Department of Agriculture numbers reporting 540,000 tonnes of U.S. corn sold to China that week, another 300,000 tonnes to an “unknown destination” that might have been China and sales the previous week of 1.1 million tonnes to another “unknown destination” that might have been China. While the markets moved higher on the news, analyst Rich Nelson of Allendale, Inc. said he thought the news was mildly bearish rather than bullish.


“The China sales, actually, were expected,” said Nelson. “The trade was hoping for as much as a million tonnes more than what was reported today.” However, he said any talk of China tends to rile up the markets because it can be both a big buyer and a capricious buyer. “ There is a wide discrepanc y between what they have bought and also how much they will buy in the future,” said Nelson. “Some people are suggesting China will not just buy five million tonnes (of new crop corn), but possibly eight to 10 million tonnes. From what they’ve bought now to those levels is a huge range.” China’s pork demand also tends to grab traders’ attention because it is a wild card and can suddenly change the supply and demand balance sheet. “Even though it’s not that big (a buyer of pork), it tends to change,” said Plain. “China is more volatile than the other markets.” Analysts say that volatility has increased as China’s economic power has grown. “They are opportunity buyers,” said Nelson. The fact that China was willing to step in and buy U.S. corn after the corn market had gone into freefall reveals China’s greatest asset to farmers, he said. It will start buying when prices are falling, putting a solid floor under the market. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none

on the future of the Canadian Wheat Board MNP, a chartered accounting and business advisory firm, is administering a vote of wheat and barley growers on the future of the CWB.

Your ballot is in the mail You will automatically receive a ballot if you hold a CWB permit for the 2009-10 or 2010-11 crop years and delivered wheat or barley in the past five years. If you have not received a ballot by July 22, contact MNP. The deadline to apply for a ballot is August 8, 2011.

For more information or to apply for a ballot, visit or call 1-877-780-VOTE (8683)





GRAINS Slaughter Cattle ($/cwt)

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

Grade A


Live July 1-July 7

Previous June 24-June 30

Year ago

Rail July 1-July 7

Previous June 24-June 30

99.50-101.00 101.69-115.65 n/a 90.00-95.50

100.30-101.90 104.11-114.20 n/a 90.00-95.00

85.45 95.21 n/a 79.85

169.75-171.75 180.00-187.00 n/a n/a

169.50-169.85 181.00-187.00 168.75 n/a

100.90-101.00 97.47-111.36 n/a 89.00-93.50

102.00 99.51-113.53 n/a 88.00-93.50

84.76 92.28 n/a 0.00

170.75-171.75 179.00-187.00 n/a n/a

169.75-169.85 180.00-187.00 168.75 n/a


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


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

$145 $140 $135 $130 $125 6/6

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Saskatchewan $140

$125 $120 6/6

Feeder Cattle ($/cwt)

n/a 6/13 6/20 6/27



Manitoba $140 $135 $130 $125 $120 6/6

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Heifers 500-600 lb. (average $/cwt) Alberta $140

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




no sales 110-124 120-133 130-141 132-143 no sales

Too few trading -

105-121 110-128 120-135 130-152 140-161 145-170

Too few trading -

104-116 110-123 118-127 120-132 no sales no sales

Too few trading -

105-120 110-128 118-135 125-140 130-150 125-150

Too few trading Canfax

$135 $130

Average Carcass Weight

$125 $120 6/6

6/13 6/20 6/27



July 2/11 815 745 686 1029


Steers Heifers Cows Bulls

Saskatchewan $140 $135 $130

6/13 6/20 6/27



Manitoba $130 $125 $120 $115 $110 6/6

YTD 11 837 772 674 1026

YTD 10 845 786 670 1005

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

$125 $120 6/6

July 3/10 820 741 678 1049




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Heifers 114.73 114.64 n/a 184.94

Feeders No. 1 (700-799 lb) Steers South Dakota 140.25-145.25 Billings n/a Dodge City 131-137

Trend n/a n/a steady/+10

Cash Futures -8.99 -8.25 n/a n/a -17.50 -17.49 Canfax

Canadian Beef Production million lb. Fed Non-fed Total beef

YTD % change 958.6 -13 172.9 -14 1131.5 -13 Canfax

Cattle / Beef Trade Exports % from 2010 303,983 (1) -33.6 50,334 (1) -62.1 76,500 (3) -25.9 103,993 (3) -23.4 Imports % from 2010 n/a (2) n/a 20,944 (2) +7.2 70,259 (4) +29.0 89,813 (4) +7.4

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 June 25/11 (2) to April 30/11 (3) to April 30/11 (4) to June 25/11 Agriculture Canada

Alberta $165 $160 $155 $150

Close Close Trend Year July 8 July 1 ago Live Cattle Aug 114.65 112.85 +1.80 90.20 Oct 120.20 119.68 +0.52 91.40 Dec 124.55 122.23 +2.32 94.10 Feb 125.90 123.95 +1.95 95.70 Apr 127.05 125.10 +1.95 97.43 Feeder Cattle Aug 143.60 140.48 +3.12 113.20 Sep 144.40 141.55 +2.85 113.68 Oct 145.48 141.95 +3.53 113.55 Nov 145.25 141.85 +3.40 113.15 Jan 143.80 140.00 +3.80 111.30

Est. Beef Wholesale ($/cwt)




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Aug 07-Aug 20 Aug 21-Sep 03 Sep 04-Sep 17 Sep 18-Oct 01 Oct 02-Oct 15 Oct 16-Oct 29 Oct 30-Nov 12 Nov 13-Nov 26 Nov 27-Dec 10 Dec 11-Dec 24 Dec 25-Jan 07

Maple Leaf July 8 162.79-165.43 158.33-160.14 154.81-157.01 156.13-156.57 153.43-156.52 149.45-149.89 147.33-149.54 143.71-144.68 145.56-149.10 144.68-148.21 144.53-144.68

6/13 6/20 6/27



Barley Sp Select 6-row $390 $380 $370

$350 6/6

6/13 6/20 6/27



Barley Sp Select 2-row $400 $390

$360 6/6

SunGold Meats

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

July 4 2.02-2.25 1.85-2.10 1.86-1.91 1.96-2.00 1.45-1.57 1.50-1.70 0.90-1.10 0.95-1.05 70-120

1.97-2.40 2.00-2.32 1.95-2.17 1.92-2.14 1.25-1.60 1.50-1.70 0.85-1.10 0.95-1.05 70-120

Ontario Stockyards Inc.

July 11 Wool lambs > 80 lb.1.70-1.75 Wool lambs < 80 lb. 1.85 Hair lambs 1.70 Fed sheep 0.50-0.60


$420 6/13 6/20 6/27



Cash Prices Canola (cash - July) $620




$20 $10 $0 $-10 6/10 6/17 6/24



Feed Wheat (cash) $220 $215 $210 $205 $200 6/3

6/10 6/17 6/24



Flax (elevator bid- S’toon) $570 $560 $550 $540

Sask. Sheep Dev. Bd.

$530 6/3

To July 2

n/a 6/10 6/17 6/24



To date 2011 To date 2010 % change 11/10


$170 $160 n/a




$205 $200 6/3

6/10 6/17 6/24



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

Agriculture Canada

Index 100 hogs $/ckg Alta. Sask.

n/a 166.68

Man. Que.

170.00 181.10 *incl. wt. premiums

Chicago Nearby Futures ($US/100 bu.)

Corn (July) $840 $780

Hogs / Pork Trade


Basis: +$3


Fed. inspections only Canada U.S. 10,013,214 51,532,735 10,246,039 53,753,854 -2.3 -4.1

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

Export 482,930 (1) 74,798 (2) 373,482 (2)

(1) to June 25/11

(3) to June 25/11

(2) to April 30/11


% from 2010 -6.1 -6.8 +2.0

Import n/a 74,968 (3) 75,283 (3)

% from 2010 n/a +9.0 +9.0 Agriculture Canada

$660 $600 6/6

6/13 6/20 6/27



Soybeans (July) $1410






Year ago 172.00 156.50 156.50 156.50 435.70 435.90 436.70 435.20 435.70 5.2125 5.3575 5.6425 5.8875 2.4700 2.5400 2.6025 2.6625 10.3175 9.9775 9.6650 9.5100 314.8 300.8 287.7 278.4 37.50 37.61 37.76 37.96 3.7125 3.7975 3.9175 4.0350 5.5875 5.6700 5.8300 5.9900 5.5000 5.5450 5.7200 5.8900

Canadian Exports & Crush




July 11 July 4 Trend Wpg ICE Western Barley ($/tonne) Jul 207.00 207.00 0.00 Oct 205.00 205.00 0.00 Dec 205.00 205.00 0.00 Mar 205.00 205.00 0.00 Wpg ICE Canola ($/tonne) Jul 576.00 561.50 +14.50 Nov 561.00 554.10 +6.90 Jan 569.10 560.70 +8.40 Mar 576.10 565.50 +10.60 May 579.70 568.40 +11.30 Chicago Wheat ($US/bu.) Jul 6.3600 5.8450 +0.5150 Sep 6.3925 6.1225 +0.2700 Dec 6.7400 6.6000 +0.1400 Mar 7.0475 7.0100 +0.0375 Chicago Oats ($US/bu.) Jul 3.4600 3.3950 +0.0650 Sep 3.4750 3.4700 +0.0050 Dec 3.5475 3.5300 +0.0175 Mar 3.6525 3.6350 +0.0175 Chicago Soybeans ($US/bu.) Jul 13.5250 13.2225 +0.3025 Aug 13.4650 13.1275 +0.3375 Sep 13.4450 13.0950 +0.3500 Nov 13.4700 13.1250 +0.3450 Chicago Soy Meal ($US/short ton) Jul 346.0 340.9 +5.1 Aug 347.7 342.9 +4.8 Sep 348.5 342.5 +6.0 Oct 349.7 340.2 +9.5 Chicago Soybean Oil (US¢/lb.) Jul 56.20 55.16 +1.04 Aug 56.32 55.32 +1.00 Sep 56.54 55.55 +0.99 Oct 56.78 55.82 +0.96 Chicago Corn ($US/bu.) Jul 6.8150 6.4075 +0.4075 Sep 6.4300 6.0675 +0.3625 Dec 6.3275 5.9675 +0.3600 Mar 6.4575 6.1075 +0.3500 Minneapolis Wheat ($US/bu.) Jul 8.1450 8.3100 -0.1650 Sep 7.9425 8.0450 -0.1025 Dec 7.9825 8.0450 -0.0625 Mar 8.0975 8.1550 -0.0575 Kansas City Wheat ($US/bu.) Jul 6.9200 7.0300 -0.1100 Sep 7.1125 7.2075 -0.0950 Dec 7.3825 7.4750 -0.0925 Mar 7.5425 7.6275 -0.0850


Chicago Hogs Lean ($US/cwt)


July 4-July 7 U.S. Barley PNW 290.00 U.S. No. 3 Yellow Corn Gulf 299.99-315.83 U.S. Hard Red Winter Gulf 294.62 U.S. No. 3 Amber Durum Gulf 554.83 U.S. DNS (14%) PNW 425.29 No. 1 DNS (14%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 9.29 No. 1 DNS (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 7.49 No. 1 Durum (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 14.28 No. 1 Malt Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 5.76 No. 2 Feed Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 4.32

Grain Futures 6/10 6/17 6/24

Canola (basis - July)

$-20 6/3

July 4 35.65 20.65 28.63 27.65 19.58 18.50 16.00 8.27 7.33 8.70 8.70 8.72 4.74 26.13 30.23 18.05 27.08 25.44 31.60 24.70 24.70

Canadian Wheat Board


$540 6/3

July 11 Avg. Laird lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 35.25-35.75 35.67 Laird lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 20.25-20.75 20.65 Richlea lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 26.75-28.75 28.00 Eston lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 28.75-30.75 29.83 Eston lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 20.00-20.75 20.38 Sm. Red lentils, No. 2 (¢/lb) 16.25-21.75 19.04 Sm. Red lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 16.25-17.75 16.83 Peas, green No. 1 ($/bu) 7.75-8.50 8.10 Peas, green 10% bleach ($/bu) 7.25-7.50 7.38 Peas, med. yellow No. 1 ($/bu) 8.40-8.85 8.70 Peas, sm. yellow No. 2 ($/bu) 8.45-8.85 8.70 Maple peas ($/bu) 8.35-9.00 8.72 Feed peas ($/bu) 3.50-5.98 4.62 Mustard, yellow, No. 1 (¢/lb) 36.75 26.60 Mustard, brown, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.75-31.75 31.08 Mustard, Oriental, No. 1 (¢/lb) 28.75 20.70 Canaryseed (¢/lb) 26.75-28.75 27.42 Desi chickpeas (¢/lb) 24.50-25.75 25.50 Kabuli, 8mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.40-32.00 31.60 Kabuli, 7mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 23.80-25.00 24.70 B-90 ckpeas, No. 1 (¢/lb) 23.80-25.00 24.70

International Grain Prices ($US/tonne)


$390 6/6

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

July 6 June 29 Year Ago Rye Saskatoon ($/tonne) 153.09 158.76 115.07 Snflwr NuSun Enderlin ND (¢/lb) 37.70 37.25 13.65



Previous 3.80 97.63-101.74 3.70-3.86 1.70-2.00 0.40-0.50


Wheat 1 CWRS 13.5%


July 1 Base rail (index 100) 3.80 Index range 91.58-107.06 Range off base 3.42-4.07 Feeder lambs 1.65-1.85 Sheep (live) 0.40-0.50

6/13 6/20 6/27

St. Lawrence Asking


Hog Slaughter

Man. Pork July 8 163.27-165.92 158.77-160.62 155.23-157.44 156.56-157.00 153.97-157.07 149.99-150.43 147.56-149.77 143.93-144.90 145.79-149.33 144.90-148.45 143.98-144.90


6/13 6/20 6/27

$520 6/6

This wk Last wk Yr. ago 193-195 193-195 175-177

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

Fixed contract $/ckg


$155 6/6



Index 100 Hog Price Trends ($/ckg)

6/13 6/20 6/27


W. Barley (cash - Oct.)

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

$150 6/6




$145 6/6



Chicago Futures ($US/cwt)


Basis Alta-Neb Sask-Neb Man-Neb

To July 2 Fed. inspections only Canada U.S. To date 2011 1,434,681 16,162,842 To date 2010 1,630,231 16,793,969 % Change 11/10 -12.0 -3.8


Slaughter cattle (35-65% choice)Steers National 114.61 Kansas 114.47 Nebraska 115.04 Nebraska (dressed) 184.93

Durum 1 AD


Cattle Slaughter


CWB T.Bay Domestic Asking Prices

Jul Aug Oct Dec

Close July 8 95.88 96.18 89.75 87.90

Close July 1 95.50 93.15 86.78 84.80

Trend +0.38 +3.03 +2.97 +3.10

Year ago 78.63 80.03 75.10 72.65

Feb Apr May Jun

EXCHANGE RATE: DATE XX $1 Cdn. = $1.0339 U.S. $1 U.S. = $1.067 Cdn.

Close July 8 89.55 90.50 93.80 96.05

Close July 1 86.78 88.20 91.45 93.60

Trend +2.77 +2.30 +2.35 +2.45

Year ago 74.23 75.75 78.30 81.78

$1290 6/6

6/13 6/20 6/27





Oats (July) $420 $390 $360 $330 $300 6/6

6/13 6/20 6/27

(1,000 To To tonnes) July 3 June 26 Wheat 229.3 372.8 Durum 89.7 2.0 Oats 4.1 14.2 Barley 0.2 7.5 Flax 1.6 1.0 Canola 104.3 97.2 Peas 54.9 Canola crush 116.4 111.0

Total to date 11539.0 2953.2 928.3 1241.7 286.6 6442.2 2338.4 5564.6

Last year 12996.3 3286.2 814.8 1205.8 550.2 6591.1 1489.2 4252.2

MARKETS CANFAX REPORT STRONG JULY PRICES Fat cattle closed at more than $100 per hundredweight last week, the first time such prices have held in July. Last year at this time fed cattle were trading in the $85 per cwt. range. However, show list volumes were smaller and consisted mostly of live sales for cash. The cash to futures basis widened and closed at -$8.25. October futures closed at $104.69 per cwt. and December closed at $108.56. Overall packer interest was also moderate, but U.S. buyers were looking for cattle following the July 4 holiday. As a result, 9,420 Canadian fat cattle made their way south. The fat exports exceeded the other classes of cattle, but the number going south still remains much below average. Exports of fed cattle are down 38 percent from last year at this time while feeders are down 62 percent. Domestically, Alberta steers traded at a premium to Ontario in the latter part of 2010 and into the first quarter of the year, but tighter supplies in the east saw prices rebound as consumer demand grew in the spring months. Ontario prices are only two percent below their April peak, while Alberta prices are nine percent below that spring upsurge of $109.70 per cwt. Ontario 750 pound feeder steers have maintained a small premium over Alberta. Whether the premium can hold depends on whether fat cattle continue to trade at a premium and the West continues to have a cost of gain advantage with barley cheaper than corn.


WP LIVESTOCK REPORT percent. In the West, D1,2 cows were $65-$70 per cwt. and D3 cows were $57-$72 per cwt. Butcher bulls were down $1.40 per cwt. averaging $86.32 per cwt. Non-fed offerings of cows and bulls should wind down soon and supplies tighten. Prices are anticipated to rebound over the next few weeks as summer burger demand eats up what is in storage.

CUTOUTS STEADY Canadian AAA and AA cutouts for the week ending July 1 saw modest gains of 75 cents per cwt. and all trim remained steady. AAA cutout was $169.22 per cwt. and AA cutout was $166.45. Montreal wholesale market for next week’s delivery traded steady and was $193-$195 per cwt. Quality grades showed less AAA is

available. About 42 percent of carcasses made AAA, while 52 percent were AA. Less than one percent made Canada Prime. U.S. cut-out values traded $1.25 per cwt. higher last week on generally light to moderate demand and offerings. Beef trim traded mostly steady. Live prices in the United States were generally higher by $3-$5 US per cwt. across all categories, but consumers may resist the resulting higher beef prices as the American economy continues to falter. 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

U.S. HOG PRICES FALL Cash hogs in the U.S. Midwest traded steady to $1 per hundredweight lower July 8 as supplies remain tight and export interest solid, dealers said. Packers were well-bought for last week and this, which held pressure on prices. Export interest is generally holding together well during this window of seasonally tight supplies and holiday reduced slaughter. The average pork plant profit margin on July 8 was estimated at-65 cents per head compared with -$2.15 on July 7 and -$8 the previous week, according to The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimated on July 7 that the average pork cutout was down 85 cents at $96.59 per cwt. It also estimated July 7 that slaugh-

ter was 417,000 hogs compared with 401,000 the previous week and 409,000 a year ago. Iowa-southern Minnesota cash hogs delivered to plants fell to $70 US per cwt. from $71 June 30. The U.S. pork carcass cut-out value rose to $97.15 July 8 from $96.53 June 30. The U.S. federal slaughter estimate was 1.730 million, down from 1.945 million the previous week.

SHEEP STEADY Ontario Stockyards Inc. reported 951 sheep and lambs, and 46 goats traded July 4. Lightweight, well-finished lambs sold steady, and others were barely steady to lower. Sheep and goats sold steady. access=subscriber section=markets,livestock,n section=markets,livestock,none

GOOD FEEDER DEMAND Auction market volumes on large lots of Alberta feeder cattle were reported. Volumes were 40 percent higher than the previous week. Those in the 500-600 lb. class averaged $151.40 per cwt. Steers weighing 600-700 lb. were $139.60 while bids for the 700-800 lb. class averaged $128.13 per cwt. In Ontario, calves weighing 500-600 lb. were $144.61, 600-700 lb. were $127.33 and 700-800 lb. averaged $129.29. Owners are looking to fill their pens as conditions improve in wet western feedlots, so it is expected large lots of feeder calves should see good demand and procure a premium.

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Co-operation, commitment keys to halting disease spread


cientists have called rinderpest the most devastating livestock disease in history, so it was no minor announcement when the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization announced its eradication in June. “This is quite a momentous occasion for humanity,” said Juan Lubroth, FAO’s chief veterinary officer. “The suffering that this disease has caused through the millennia is incredible,” added William R. White, a rinderpest expert at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. “This is probably the greatest achievement in veterinary medicine.” The virus caused respiratory disease and gut problems in cloven-hoofed animals, leading to diarrhea, dehydration and, for 80 to 95 percent of cattle that contracted it, death. This made it devastating to livestockdependent communities in Third World countries, particularly in Africa. As the virus spread within herds, killing most of their members, people would be left without meat, milk and the ability to plow land for crops. Rinderpest would attack any clovenhoofed animals, including buffalos, water buffalos, antelopes, deer, pigs and yaks. While it was fairly easily eliminated in the United Kingdom years ago, it stubbornly hung on in countries riven by war and poverty, until now. Although this is a great achievement, the eradication of rinderpest also highlights how daunting and difficult it is to eliminate diseases, whether animal or human. It has only happened once before, with the eradication of smallpox. Viruses are notorious for mutating, making eradication a moving target. Indeed, a likely crucial element to its eradication is that rinderpest remained a single-strain virus. Because it did not mutate, vaccination was highly successful. But wars waged against other diseases are, thus far, not being won. For example, the battle against polio has been going hard since 1988. Unfortunately, after making considerable strides

at the beginning of the effort, there has been no further reduction in cases since 2001. That being said, the elimination of rinderpest proves that the happy death of smallpox was not just a one-off. It’s important not to relegate the significance of eradication only to the Third World, or only to a limited region. As long as rinderpest existed, it remained a potential threat to any herd, anywhere. This is why a global view on disease management, and hopefully eradication, must consistently be taken. The biggest lesson emerging from the elimination of rinderpest is how successful the effects of global co-operation can be. For example, the world’s livestock scientists, most of them from developed countries, kept trying methods of treatment — including personally vaccinating cattle — until they realized the best method was training herd owners to provide vaccinations themselves. It’s also a shining example of how managing the food supply can be assisted by co-operation, and not only through disease eradication. If the pervasive view of looming future food shortages is correct — that the world will be trying to feed nine billion residents by 2050 — managing disease will be a critical part of staving off starvation. Other science must also come into the picture, such as improving crop hardiness or drought resistance. It’s hard not to wonder what the next great breakthrough might be. Is there any hope of eradicating the prions that cause BSE or chronic wasting disease? Could foot-and-mouth disease be eliminated? Again, FMD is rare or non-existent in some developed countries but continues to be problematic in parts of Asia, Africa and South America. As long as there is political, financial and scientific will, as evidenced in the winning battle against rinderpest, there is hope for more breakthroughs, and for ways to assure the world’s food supply. Bruce Dyck, Terry Fries, Barb Glen, D’Arce McMillan and Joanne Paulson collaborate in the writing of Western Producer editorials. access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none

If you want to live and thrive, let the spider run alive. AMERICAN QUAKER SAYING

A jewel spider wraps a newly caught mosquito in silk in a web hanging from a barn near Eckville, Alta. Any lessening of the mosquito population is welcome as the pests plague central and northern Alberta thanks to alternating rain and heat. | RANDY FIEDLER PHOTO


Out with safety net payouts, in with investment and research for income stability NATIONAL VIEW


Except for Ontario, provincial ag ministers agree subsidies are not the way to go


n days of yore, any federal-provincial negotiation over new programs was all about the money.

Which level of government would pay what? Under what rules would support payments flow to farmers? That was then. In the current round of negotiations for the next five-year national agricultural policy framework, Growing Forward II, debate about the shape and effectiveness of farm safety nets has taken a back seat, maybe even a place in the trunk, as ministers concentrate on innovation, trade and research priorities that they say will minimize the need for business risk management programs beyond disaster funding. The design of existing programs such as AgriStability and AgriInsurance are far from the top of discussion points with ministers acknowledging little more than the need to

tweak some of the rules. In fact, in the St. Andrews Statement endorsed by 10 of the 11 ministers at the table last week in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B., the guiding principles for the next generation of programs and policies explicitly say a goal is spending control. A decade ago, such an explicit commitment to minimize farm spending would have elicited howls of protest from farm leaders. This time, they are buying into the government mantra that investment, research and trade access, rather than government payments, are the answer to farm income instability. Besides, as federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz likes to point out, existing business risk management programs are statutory and demand

driven so when there is a need for farm support, it flows without a political decision needed. Still, how those program rules are designed determines how effective the automatic payment programs are at dishing out the money and in these talks, there appears to be little political appetite to tackle farmer complaints that sectors in long-term slumps receive less and program payments are slow and unpredictable. Ritz acknowledges the problem but ministers leave little sense that it is a high priority. Ontario’s Carol Mitchell is the one exception. Because other ministers rejected her plea that provincially designed business risk management programs like Ontario’s cost-based Risk

Management Program be eligible for cost-shared funding, she refused to sign the end-of-meeting communiqué. As minister in a province with the largest agriculture industry in Canada and one of the weakest farm bottom lines, she argues that competitiveness and market access are no guarantee of farm profits. All other ministers agreed with Ottawa that provincial subsidies could trigger trade challenges and took a pass on Ontario’s model. The overall message this time is that agriculture will be given tools to innovate and compete but then the market will decide. There are some program backups but don’t expect them to be enhanced. access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none





Approved medicines ensure food safety Trisha Dowling, professor of veterinary clinical pharmacology at the University of Saskatchewan’s Western College of Veterinary Medicine, and Ron Johnson, associate professor of biomedical sciences at Ontario Veterinary College, say unacceptable drug residues in food can be avoided. Both are directors of the global Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank





onsumers want food that is safe, affordable and nutritious. The number of high profile food safety incidents such as the European E. coli outbreak has heightened consumer awareness and suspicions regarding the safety of their food. Livestock and poultry producers have a role to play in ensuring consumer confidence in food of animal origin. To produce safe and wholesome products, producers may need to prevent and treat animal diseases with drug products. When a drug is approved by Health Canada’s Veterinary Drug Directorate for use in food animals, there are label directions for withholding the animal from slaughter and other products, such as milk and eggs, from sale to ensure that unsafe drug residues do not enter the human food supply. However, there may be situations where an approved drug does not meet the animal’s needs. Extra-label use of a drug is adminisaccess=subscriber section=opinion,none,none

To ensure food safety, producers and veterinarians need to follow drug label directions. | tering a drug in a manner not specified on its label, such as giving a higher dose, giving it more often than directed or giving it to a different type of animal than what it was approved for. Canadian veterinarians follow a three-step decision process when choosing drug therapy: • They first must choose an approved veterinary product and administer it according to its label directions. • If such a situation does not exist, Canadian veterinarians may then choose to use an approved veterinary product in an extra-label manner. • Only if there is not a suitable veterinary product available may Canadian veterinarians then choose to use an approved human drug in an animal. For example, the human tablet for-

mulation of the drug meloxicam was discussed in a recent Western Producer article on controlling pain in calves based on research from the United States. In Canada, meloxicam is available in an approved injectable product (Metacam7) for use in calves, with specific label directions: “As an aid in improving appetite and weight gains when administered at the onset of diarrhea, in combination with oral rehydration therapy, in calves over one week of age. For relief of pain following debudding of horn buds in calves less than three months of age.” Using it for the relief of pain from castration is an appropriate extralabel drug use as long as the approved injectable formulation is used. In Canada, it is not appropriate for veterinarians to prescribe human-


approved tablets to calves instead of the approved cattle product unless there is a valid reason why the injectable product cannot be used. When veterinarians have to prescribe extra-label drug use, it is their responsibility to ensure that meat or other food products from treated animals do not enter the food supply with unsafe residues. However, practising veterinarians do not always have the necessary information to determine safe withdrawal periods for extra label drug use. In Canada, veterinarians can prevent unacceptable drug residues in food by contacting the Canadian global Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (gFARAD) through our website for advice.


Getting back to seeding basics improves results HURSH ON AG



rive around and look at crop establishment. In the areas where I travel, it looks like we need to do a better job of job one — seeding. Seeding equipment is becoming more sophisticated and more producers have monitors that should provide alerts when problems arise. The vast majority of the prairie acreage is seeded with tractors equipped with auto steer, making it easier to keep your eyes on equipment functions. And yet skips and misses and depth problems seem more prevalent than ever.

British paper’s conduct an embarrassment to journalism

I had problems, too. New seed monitors helped catch plugged runs and made it abundantly clear when the seed or fertilizer tank was empty. However, I still didn’t catch the fact that one distribution tower on the air drill wasn’t putting out as much chickpea seed as the others. Kabuli chickpeas can be difficult at the best of times and that was aggravated by some pods in the seed. The result was definite stripping in the crop. Fortunately, the plant density difference is becoming less evident as the crop develops. I also have a bad habit of not getting the outfit back in the ground and the seed turned back on quickly enough after turning around on the headland. For crops with low seeding rates, it takes longer than you think for the seed to flow from the tank to the ground openers. It’s amazing how many fields you see where there’s a complete miss in pass after pass across the field. Sometimes this continues from one field to the next and you can tell it’s the same

outfit by the miss pattern. This might be just a few seed runs, an entire section or half the seeder. It’s a real embarrassment when this happens along a major road for everyone to see all summer long. Are we in too much of a hurry to climb out of the tractor and manually check the runs and the seeding depth from time to time? Are we relying too much on monitors that let us down? Are problems going longer because of bigger seed tanks and more time between fills? Are there more operators without adequate experience and instruction? A lot of older air drills are in operation and eventually things wear out. However, problems are also evident where much newer equipment is being used. Lots of us could do a better job on seeding depth, which is particularly important for small seeded crops such as canola. Even a quarter of an inch depth difference can be huge for emergence and crop development. That’s why you often see seed rows

of canola where the plants haven’t bolted yet sitting right beside seed rows that are in the early flower stage. Drills with individual opener depth control provide more even emergence, but regular drills could do a better job with proper adjustments. Some amazing technology is now available. You can seed between last year’s stubble rows. Some of the new drills will turn off individual seed rows automatically to avoid overlap. And more producers are experimenting with variable rate technology where the seed and fertilizer levels are automatically adjusted according to a pre-determined field prescription. Technology is great, but the ongoing prevalence of seeding problems would seem to indicate that there are still a lot of gains to be made by going back to the basics.

Kevin Hursh is an agricultural journalist, consultant and farmer. He can be reached by e-mail at access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none

would like to thank News of the World for flinging its filth all over newspapers in the United Kingdom and beyond. The 168-year-old British tabloid – I refuse to call it a newspaper – published its final edition last week, but not before sowing seeds of doubt among readers everywhere. The tab, known for its muck-raking and sensationalism, finally went too far. Its so-called journalists, who to be fair did occasionally perform useful investigative journalism, have apparently used hacking techniques to invade the cellphone message systems of not just celebrities, but of families who lost soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan and of a young murder victim. Worse, they deleted some of these messages – in some cases destroying evidence – just so other tabloids could not gather the same information. What makes the entire situation much, much more serious is that it has highlighted the connections between Rupert Murdoch, owner of the greasy publication, his editors, his reporters, and the political establishment. There are also allegations that journalists were bribing the police. This is supposed to be an enlightened, First World country. What has happened in Great Britain that has allowed such corruption to take place? Because it is corruption; this is the kind of behaviour one would expect in a failed state. Bribing and hacking are not just unethical but illegal, in case they hadn’t noticed. Then there is the problem of overweening influence. It’s said that British politicians are terrified of Murdoch. If he likes you, you win elections. If he doesn’t, not so much. Connections were pretty tight with his editors, too. The Globe and Mail reported that David Cameron, now the prime minister; Gordon Brown, the former prime minister; and several other members of Parliament attended former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks’ wedding in 2009. If this scandal does not convince people that the state and the fourth estate must remain separate and distinct, nothing will. It is often said that journalists have no friends. Apparently, the modern case is that good journalists have no friends – not in politics, nor in law enforcement. For the record, I know not one journalist who ever has, or who ever would, stoop to these tactics. access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none



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FREEDOM TO CHOOSE To the Editor: I would like to respond to J.W. Zunti’s letter in the June 9 issue of The Western Producer. Our government has always been clear that western Canadian grain farmers deserve the freedom to choose how they market their grain. We believe farmers are best equipped to make their own business decisions. The goal of the changes to the Canadian Wheat Board is to give farmers the right to choose how they market

their grain. By opening the market, we are giving western grain farmers the same freedom and opportunity to make their own business decisions and market their grain as farmers in the rest of Canada and around the world have. Farmers were not allowed to vote when the CWB was imposed upon them in the 1940s, and they did not g e t a v o t e i n 1 9 9 8 w h e n R a lp h Goodale completely rewrote the CWB legislation. I would like to point out that we just had the biggest referendum there could be — a general election. Our government has always put access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none


farmers first, which is why western Canadians gave this government a strong majority mandate. Now they expect us to deliver on our commitments. We have always been clear — we support the right of western Canadian farmers to market their own grain. The federal government has the authority to rescind the CWB Act if that is what Parliament feels is appropriate. There is nothing that says that rescinding the CWB Act is subject to a plebiscite. The CWB needs to stop refusing to acknowledge that all farmers deserve the right to choose how to market their grain. Our government is committed to creating an open market that attracts investment, encourages innovation, creates value-added jobs and builds a stronger economy. Western Canadian grain farmers want an alternative to the Canadian Wheat Board monopoly and we are working hard to give them that. David Anderson, MP, parliamentary secretary for the Canadian Wheat Board





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Everybody knows the Conservatives hate the Canadian Wheat Board. It starts with Stephen Harper and goes all of the way down the line to every prairie MP that was elected in May. So, it’s no surprise to hear they want to get rid of the single desk, and that they want to do it as soon as their friends in the grain industry will let them. Still, it’s hard to stomach some of the comments that come out of Gerry Ritz’s mouth, when he responds to those who won’t just stand by while the government steamrolls the board out of existence. All this added investment and innovation that he’s talking about when the single desk is gone — where’s it going to come from and who is it going to benefit? I know buyers won’t be paying any more for our grain when there are 50,000 of us selling wheat and barley on our own instead of through the board. And since when is it “excessive fear mongering” to want producers to have our say? Ritz is the one who’s afraid: afraid of the way grain producers would vote if we were asked a clear question on how we want our grain to be sold, on the open market or through the single desk. Any delays caused by a producer vote would do a lot less to damage to the board’s “competitiveness,” as if Ritz really cared about that, than the Harper government’s pig-headed determination to have its way.  Gerald Nedjelski, Kelvington, Sask.

not follow that in the same name of freedom people where unions are present should be free to negotiate the sale individually of their time and labour? Lars E. Rude, Tofield, Alta.

ORDERLY MARKETER To the Editor: Over the past 100 years we have had five different models of the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) operating in Western Canada. The first and second versions were government mandated and run. The third version was a voluntary farmerrun co-operative, which failed and at the time was the largest bankruptcy in Canadian history. The fourth was a voluntary government mandated version, which also failed, costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.    The fifth model is the orderly marketer of today that has provided extra money and stability to farmers since 1943, with a change in the control structure that put farmers squarely in control in 1998. Those changes in 1998 also guaranteed western farmers they would have a vote on significant changes to the CWB — especially the kind of destructive changes that the Harper government is now proposing. It is clear that the Conservative government has been holding out a false promise to farmers — the promise of the “dual market” — and they have no analysis or plan to put before farmers….  Rather than name calling and making other derogatory remarks, perhaps Gerry Ritz should be defining what he means by the terms “strong and viable.” It is astounding that after six years of daydreaming in government about a voluntary wheat board, the minister continues to rely on empty rhetoric. After six years, why can’t they answer the simplest questions about the negative effects their changes will have on farmers’ pocket books? The only position that the government pretends to be certain about is its desire not to hold a farmer vote on the subject. In fact, the Conservatives say they are prepared to repeal the CWB Act — winding up the CWB organization — simply to avoid Section 47.1 and the farmer vote.   Without a vote … farmers will be left with something akin to Fast Gerry’s Discount Grain Company, with the large grain merchants cherry-picking the better markets and making price pooling impossible.  Demand a clear, detailed explanation of how a weakened wheat board is supposed to survive when all similar boards have perished. And demand a vote — the vote that is guaranteed to farmers under Canadian law.  Stewart Wells, Swift Current, Sask.

FREEDOM ISSUE To the Editor:


With the expected demise of the monopoly for the sale of wheat and barley with the Canadian Wheat Board as a freedom issue, would it

To the Editor: While I respect the Saskatchewan Party’s right to support an end to the

OPINION Canadian Wheat Board’s single desk, I cannot agree with their support of having western Canadian farmers’ democratic rights stripped away. In the first instance, it is a simple and accepted principle in Canadian society to have, and express, a view on a topic. In the second instance, however, it is a failure of elected officials to act in the interests of the citizens who elected them, and who expect them to stand up for their rights and freedoms. Saskatchewan agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud’s statements last week endorsed the federal government’s decision to prohibit farmers from voting in a plebiscite to decide on their marketing structure. As well, deputy minister Ken Krawetz addressed a meeting at the Farm Progress Show last week, and made a similar declaration. It must be realized that, as federal


gagged the CWB in 2006. According to the statements that were made (recently) by two of its top ministers, the Saskatchewan Party seems to agree with this abuse of democratic procedure. Unless farmers are willing to be treated as government property, they are going to have to speak out in defense of the right to decide their own fate.

legislation now exists, farmers must be consulted in a plebiscite before any changes are made to the marketing structure that now exists in western Canada, and to approve those changes. In order to forbid farmers that existing legal right, Harper’s Conservatives have promised to discard the legislation that ensures producers’ ability to choose their marketing system, and to replace it with a law that transfers that power exclusively to the federal government. In short, the Harper government will use Parliament to strip farmers of their democratic rights.… They must know that the majority of farmers do not support their position on this issue. Rather than let producers make their views known, the federal government will abuse the law to gag farmers in the same way that they

Cam Goff, Elected director, CWB District 6

LURE OF WEALTH To the Editor: I’ve had a passion for politics ever since I was 16 years old; that’s 67 years ago. In the beginning I held the view

that humanity could and should achieve a utopian state where everyone was content and happy. As the years progressed I had to accept the reality that Utopia was both unrealistic and unachievable. However, this did not dissuade me from believing that humanity should be constantly striving to reach a higher plane of development that would include a greater degree of egalitarianism, equality, freedom and well being. This belief led me to support the CCF/NDP throughout the years. I viewed it as the only alternative to the right wing political parties supported by the financial elite. The NDP has had an uphill battle. It is not surprising. Wealth is power and the NDP has a powerful adversary. With insignificant exceptions, the mass media is controlled by the financial elite. Through it they have the

ability to influence public opinion. By withholding information or feeding disinformation, they can successfully lead voters to make bad choices. Wealth is also a powerful lure. It has been stated that “every man or woman has their price.” The lure of wealth has led left wing supporters to abandon their position in favour of personal gain. The lure is a constant threat that has plagued progressive minded people throughout the world. Leaders are especially vulnerable. It is my hope that the NDP will be able to weather the pitfalls that lie before it and stick to the ideals that led to its formation. Canadians certainly don’t need another right wing party. William Dascavich, Edmonton, Alta.


Family stories give kids hope SPIRITUAL VIGNETTES


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Kendra Elliott


hese have been tough times: too much water, too much cold, too much drought and fire in the north, tremors and tornadoes everywhere. Everything is extreme. The compounding of these things from one year to the next threatens our livelihood and our way of life. Anxiety and despair hang over us like a dark shadow. What is true for ourselves is also true for our children. They may not understand how this erosion works, but they can sense things are not as they should be. And the teenagers act out their fears through fits of anger, or they withdraw into themselves and find their own means of escape. An interesting piece of advice comes from the earliest pages of the Bible. When the Hebrews finally arrived on the border of their promised land, Joshua gave the people an order to take stones and build a marker. For the adults it was a reminder of the struggle they had while escaping the Egyptians to wander in the desert for such a long time. As well, the adults were firmly commanded to tell the stories of what happened to their children. “Tell the children” so they will know the difficulties we’ve faced while God supported us all the way. How easy it is to try to protect our children from difficulties. Regretfully, when we do that we rob them of part of their history. Life isn’t a bowl of cherries, but when they know that their families faced tough times in the past, and survived, they will find strength to know what happens when people work together, with the encouragement of God’s spirit. How else will the children’s spirits be nurtured so they can move forward with vision and hope? access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none

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


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Trappers tackle annoying rodent Field of loonies | Program offers $1 per gopher BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

LEDUC, Alta. — A cash for gopher tails program may not rid Leduc County of its burrowing rodents, but the program has encouraged landowners to trap some of the destructive pests. The county budgeted $2,500 for a pilot project last year that paid $1 per turned in northern pocket gopher tail. The program’s budget increased to $3,000 this year and has already paid out more than half the money in exchange for tails. “It’s been a real success,” said Garett Broadbent, director of agricultural services with Leduc County. “We wanted to encourage additional people to get out there and start trapping,” he said. “There was a real infestation in certain areas.” The program began with calls from landowners concerned about the amount of damage caused by northern pocket gophers, or moles as they are often wrongly called. The program is not for Richardson’s ground squirrels, which are more commonly called gophers. Left unchecked, northern pocket

gophers can create havoc in hay, pasture, grain fields, gardens and shelterbelts as they feed on roots and punch mounds of soil into fields, making harvest difficult. It’s estimated northern pocket gophers cause $14 million in damage each year in Alberta. The cash for tails program will not make trappers rich, but it’s an acknowledgement by the county that trapping northern pocket gophers takes a lot of time. “It’s a good project for youth in the summer time,” said Broadbent, who is willing to help teach potential trappers and landowners how to trap the burrowing pests. Mark Cardinal, manager of agricultural services with Parkland County, said his county has operated a successful cash for tails program for several years and pays out $1,500 to $2,500 a year. “It’s not much, but it’s a bit of an incentive to go out there and take the numbers down,” said Cardinal. Geoff Thompson, agriculture service manager with Lac Ste. Anne County, said his cash for pocket gopher tails program has been popular. “It’s hard to tell if it’s helped, but it’s better than doing nothing.”

TRAPPING TIPS • In the spring, use an upside-down harrow to knock the tops off mounds of soil. Once abandoned, northern pocket gophers do not return to the same mound. • When trapping, look for the most recently disturbed mounds, or earth plugs. • Use a one metre long metal rod to probe the ground around the mound to find the tunnel. • Dig into the tunnel with a shovel. • Reach into the tunnel to ensure that the tunnel is active and has not been plugged off. When abandoned, the pocket gopher will plug the tunnel. • Set the trap into the tunnel’s mouth. Pack soil around the trap so no air can get past the trap. Attach the trap to a piece of rebar with a chain to stop it being dragged away by coyotes.

Garett Broadbent, director of agricultural services with Leduc County, uses a probe to search for the northern pocket gopher’s runway to place the trap. The county is paying $1 a tail bounty for the pests. | MARY

• Check traps daily.



Flooded Alberta farmers want solution or compensation BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

TWO HILLS, Alta. — An historic drainage project that drains water from fields east of Edmonton has downstream farmers crying foul. Andy and Joachim Gorgichuk understand that their pastures in the Vermilion River Valley pastures will flood in the spring by melting snow. However, they object to the reflooding of their pastures in the summer when upstream farmers drain unwanted water off their land. “Why should we take the brunt,” said son Joachim. “It’s not our watershed that’s causing the problem.” The past two weeks of rainy weather have left 300 acres of hay land and 150 acres of pasture under water. The father and son point to a combination of illegal drainage systems and the 1919 Holden Drainage District upstream for making their land unusable. The drainage district drains 200 sq. kilometres. “We were just about dry and it back flooded badly,” said Joachim, who has not been able to graze his cattle because of the reflooding. Added Andy: “It’s a big chunk of our land base.” He said he has complained for years about the excess water funneled into the Vermilion River by the government-built drainage ditch, which is funded by local taxpayers and the agriculture and environment departments. The Gorgichuks want the province

Joachim Gorgichuk of Two Hills, Alta., stands on the Morecambe Dam structure on the Vermilion River system. The dam regulates water on his hay and pasture fields. Gorgichuk says too much water is being drained upstream and not enough water is released at the dam. | MARY MACARTHUR PHOTOS to act on recommendations made by two government reports that suggested building small dams or back stops to slow the water as it comes out of the drainage ditches upstream. “They can’t restore and rip out the drainage ditches, but they can help mitigate the flow,” said Joachim. The 2009 Golder report said the Vermilion River Basin is one of the most altered basins in the North Saskatchewan River watershed, which has created variable water supply, flooding and water quality issues. The Vermilion River Operation Advisory Committee was established as part of the report to obtain feedback from affected landowners and counties about problems and concerns in the river valley and to help government officials make decisions on managing the river.

Joachim said the twice-yearly meetings are divisive: farmers upstream don’t want controls on how much water leaves the area and farmers downstream demand more water flow controls. The Morecambe Dam, 16 kilometres downstream from the Gorgichuks’ land, is designed to stop water from flooding farms below the dam. However, it can also cause their land to flood, depending on how quickly environment department staff open and close the gates. “The province is responsible for water. It’s how they handle the water that we have a problem with,” said Joachim. Andy said his family has owned the land since the early 1900s. “We depend on that hay. “We want a reasonable use of our land.”

Joachim said he wants the government to either manage the water or pay the family fair compensation. County of Two Hills councillor Pat Gordeyko said it’s not clear how water drained from fields upstream affect farmers downstream. “There are other tributaries that are adding to the problem besides Holden drainage,” he said. “This year there has been an exceptional amount of rain now moving in the Vermilion River.” Gordeyko said the Gorgichuks are the largest private landholder on the flat river bottom between Ben’s Lake and the Morecambe Dam, which means they are affected the most. “There are lots of single-owned quarters, but don’t have as much impact. The Gorgichuks are just tired of it.”

County councillors recently agreed to write a letter to Alberta Environment officials asking them to come to terms with flooded landowners. “We are willing to host that meeting between environment and affected land parties,” said Gordeyko. “If they don’t want to deal with the situation, they should be paying compensation.” Alberta Environment spokesperson Cara Tobin said there are no plans to build hold backs along the system. The Gorgichuks’ land is simply in a low lying area, she added. “The area is likely to flood every two to five years.” Tobin said work was done in 2007 to improve the drainage, and the “problem was cleared.” There are no new plans at this time for the river valley system, she added.



I can tell you right now that our industry probably would not have survived without the wheat board and the help that they have given.


We’ve operated for … 75 plus years in a certain fashion with wheat and now all of us are going to be asked to step up to the plate and act differently. But I don’t see it as being a huge issue or problem ….




Private grain handling companies have the resources and the infrastructure to help Western Canada’s grain industry make a smooth transition from single desk marketing to an open market environment, says the president of Cargill. But the industry needs clear and definitive signals from government on when the transition from single desk to private sector marketing will take place and how key logistical issues such as rail car distribution will be handled if the Canadian Wheat Board ceases to exist. Cargill president Len Penner said the Canadian grain handling industry has all the necessary tools to assist in a seamless transition. But he cautioned that timing will be critical. The federal government has stated that it intends to introduce legislation this fall aimed at ending the wheat board’s marketing monopoly for wheat and barley as of Aug. 1, 2012. But until that legislation is passed, private companies will not be able to offer farmers new marketing opportunities. “We as an industry, both farmers and grain handlers, need a lot of clarity and certainty on the timing,” said Penner. “We’ve heard Aug. 1, 2012, but that’s not certain yet,” he said. “If the farmer isn’t going to have that pooling option through the Canadian Wheat Board, at least not in the monopoly position come Aug. 1 (2012), then who is going to bid for his grain? “You can’t bid for that grain ahead of time unless you know with certainty that that date is going to happen … and the key on that is to pass the necessary legislation.” Penner said abundant lead time will be required to ensure that new marketing options can be presented to farmers within a reasonable time frame. Grain companies will also need adequate time to make internal adjustments and reposition their resources to ensure grain can be marketed and moved efficiently. “If we have six months of certainty, a lot of things can be put in place,” Penner said. “I wouldn’t be surprised that as soon as there’s certainty (legislation), farmers are going to see pricing options.” He said the transition from single desk to open market will require significant planning, not only in marketing and logistics but also on questions such as the future role of the wheat board and the management of the advance payment program for wheat and barley that the board now administers. “This is going to be a pretty significant change for the industry gener-


AFTER THE CWB: Cargill discusses the future Planning for transition | An end to single desk marketing will require planning among farmers, grain handlers, terminal operators and exporters ally,” Penner said. “We’ve operated for … 75 plus years in a certain fashion with wheat and now all of us are going to be asked to step up to the plate and act differently. But I don’t see it as being a huge issue or problem.” Penner compared open marketing of wheat to the existing marketing structure for canola, in which canola growers have access to a wide variety of marketing programs. “Will wheat marketing look similar to what we see in canola? … I would

say, generally, yes.” Penner said Cargill is likely to offer a “full shelf ” of wheat marketing options, including deferred delivery contracts, grain pricing orders, basis contracts, floor price contracts and market average contracts. Selling wheat in the global marketplace will not be a unique challenge, he added. “When you look at the global wheat trade … we (Cargill) have been participating in that for probably just shy of 100 years,” he said.

“Canada, and in the past, Australia with the (state-run) wheat boards in place, would have been the anomalies.” Penner said he doesn’t anticipate a drop in wheat acres during the transition. He said an open market should provide farmers with stronger market signals and more clarity on global wheat values. Lynn Jacobson, president of the Alberta Soft Wheat Producers Commission, said one of his group’s main

concerns is that the demise of the board’s monopoly will result in limited marketing opportunities for soft wheat producers. “To keep our industry alive in Alberta, we’ve had to do some innovative things on marketing and searching out different markets and the board has been very helpful on that end of it,” Jacobson said. “I can tell you right now that our industry probably would not have survived without the wheat board and the help that they have given.” Jacobson argued that private companies are less inclined to invest money in market development because the risks are too great. “The grain companies don’t spend money on market development … and the reason why they don’t do it is that (after) they develop a market, somebody else can step in and undersell them by $2 a tonne or $3 a tonne,” he said. “Unless they can have exclusive control of our (production) … they’re probably not going to do it.” He said the size of some of the smaller crops can also be a problem. “The grain trade is based on volume. And unless the grain companies can move grain through in quantities that interest them, they’re really not going to do much for us. The export market for minor class wheats is pretty hard to access.” Penner said concerns over market development and marketing niche grains may be legitimate, but he estimated that private industry — either large multinational grain handling companies or small niche buyers — will embrace any marketing opportunities as long as they are commercially viable. “If there’s an opportunity that creates a win for the farmer and a win for (the grain handler) and a win for the end-use customer, then we’re going to try to close that loop,” Penner said. “How small is too small? I don’t know … but there will be lots of people looking for ways of coming to the farmer with different opportunities.” Penner said that the future role of the wheat board in an open market environment is an issue that needs to be addressed quickly. He said the retention of a voluntary pooling option would be beneficial to farmers and suggested the industry should be assessing steps that need to be taken if the CWB is to be retained in a post-monopoly environment. Time lines are tight for all stakeholders but they might be tightest for the CWB, particularly if the board’s function is altered dramatically, he said. “From a farmer perspective, it never hurts to have more competition, so the more people that you have that (want) to buy your grain, the better off you’re going to be.” FOR ANOTHER STORY ABOUT THE WHEAT BOARD, SEE PAGE 26. access=subscriber section=news,none,none





Tempers heat up over CWB issue Ag ministers take sides | Manitoba wants a producer vote on ending single desk marketing STORIES BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

Tressa Mastad wanted to go for a ride on her horse, Pistol, June 30 on their ranch south of Glentworth, Sask., but when her sister, A TALL ORDER | Six-year-old Peyton,couldn’t lift her high enough to reach the stirrup, they had to ask for help from Dad. |



Flood aid in the works, says Ritz ST. ANDREWS-BY-THE-SEA, N.B. — Prairie farmers whose planting season was washed out by this year’s floods can expect an announcement of government help soon, ministers said July 8. After a federal-provincial agriculture ministers’ meeting, federal minister Gerry Ritz said details of the extent of the disaster are coming from provincial capitals and he will quickly go to federal Treasury Board and finance department officials with a request for aid. “The assessments have been done at the provincial level,” he said. “We now have them on our plate at

the federal level. We run through them and then I approach my Treasury Board and finance (department) with the numbers that will be allocated. We’re within days and weeks of making an announcement.” Saskatchewan agriculture minister Bob Bjornerud said exact numbers have been late being calculated because the province extended the deadline for reporting on crop insurance and unseeded acres claims. “We won’t know the number of acres for awhile yet but really, it’s Gerry that has to go through the process,” he said. “I’m hoping in the next week or two we will have some kind

of announcement for producers.” It could come either through AgriRecovery or the Disaster Financial Assistance program, which is broader than agriculture and is operated t h rough emergenc y measures bureaucracy. It can be faster than Agri-Recovery announcements, operates under a formula and increases the federal contribution as damage assessments become higher. Ritz said the provinces would prefer the disaster financial assistance program because it would reduce their contribution and wouldn’t require a political decision to trigger AgriRecovery. access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

ST. ANDREWS-BY-THE-SEA, N.B. — Amid the general congeniality of last week’s federal-provincial agriculture ministers’ meeting, the Canadian Wheat Board issue emerged as one of the few bareknuckle battles. Manitoba New Democratic Party minister Stan Struthers squared off against federal Conservative minister Gerry Ritz over federal plans to end the CWB single desk on Aug. 1, 2012. Other western ministers sided with Ritz. Manitoba, worried about the loss of wheat board jobs in Winnipeg and the future of the Port of Churchill and short-line railways, insists Ottawa must call a vote among grain producers before proceeding. Ottawa, represented by Ritz, insists a farmer vote is not necessary. The May 2 Conservative majority with strong prairie support is enough of a mandate. The debate was fierce. “I think frank would be putting it mildly,” said Saskatchewan minister Bob Bjornerud. “Minister Ritz is not shy, nor am I,” added Struthers. “We exchanged pretty honest and frank views on this.” The ministers’ final communiqué said only that they had “reiterated their positions” on the C WB monopoly. But in the face of Manitoba’s resol u t e s t a n d a ga i n s t e n d i n g t h e monopoly without farmer approval, ministers from Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia issued a statement supporting the end of the monopoly. “Stan believes his convictions are right and that’s why you saw Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C. come together, the new west partnership,” said Bjornerud. “We thought it was important to give Ritz a little more support.” The three-province declaration drew immediate praise from prairie grain groups opposed to the monop-

oly and their national voice, Grain Growers of Canada. Although what some ministers described as a fiery confrontation happened in private, some of the animosity spilled into public when ministers held their post meeting news conference. Ritz was asked if he is concerned about a lawsuit from Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board challenging the government’s right to repeal the Canadian Wheat Board Act and its requirement for a farmer plebiscite before changes are made. “In a democracy with rule of law, there always are court challenges that come forward on sides that don’t agree with other sides,” he said. “Certainly, we take those seriously but at the end of the day, this comes down to the supremacy of Parliament.” Struthers, who was not scheduled to speak at the news conference, jumped in. “I appreciate the frankness of the federal government and the opportunity to meet as we did and exchange views on that, but Manitoba’s position is different than what the federal government’s is and we’ll continue to express that difference and continue to call for a producer vote on the future of their own marketing agency.” Ritz did not pass on the chance to respond, noting that Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C. support Ottawa and Manitoba is a minor player in grain production. “It’s not just the federal government,” he told the news conference. “It’s three other provinces that control 90 percent of the wheat grown under the wheat board.” In a later interview, Struthers said he demanded a business case analysis by Ottawa for ending the single desk and was given nothing. He said it appears to be ideology rather than business sense. Struthers said the Conservatives refuse to hold a farmer vote because they know they would lose. “We think the only reason they’re not doing a vote is they know the result.” access=subscriber section=news,crops,none


National livestock traceability helpful, despite missed deadline ST.-ANDREWS-BY-THE-SEA, N.B. — Two years ago, Canada’s agriculture ministers, with the exception of Saskatchewan, promised to see a national mandatory livestock traceability system in place by the end of this year. On July 8 at the end of the annual ministers’ meeting, they recognized “progress being made on a national livestock traceability system due to the shared efforts of industry and governments to move it forward.” The translation is that the 2011

deadline will not be met. However, ministers insisted efforts to expand traceability are already far enough advanced to be having an effect domestically and internationally, even if the 100 percent goal was not achieved. Federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz said the cattle industry, which originally resisted the plan because of costs, now says its goal is 90 percent completed. “Any time I have 90 percent, I think I’ve won,” he said.

“We’re now leading the pack when it comes to Australia, Argentina, the U.S. and so on when it comes to traceability and I welcome that.” He said Canada’s progress has been helpful in trade talks. “Certainly it helped us in reinvigorating our talks with Korea,” he said. “We’ve had tremendous discussions with Japan that could lead toward a free trade agreement based on these traceability systems in our food supply systems.” In Manitoba, agriculture minister

Stan Struthers said farmer participation in traceability and farm identification systems has been an important domestic tool. He said an avian influenza outbreak on a turkey farm before Christmas did not spread because all turkey farms in the province had identified their premises. “We were able with our federal partners to move in quickly to contain the outbreak, so not only was it helpful to farmers but I think we protected their market,” said Struthers.

He said premise ID also helped the province identify where animals were at risk when dikes were breached in this year’s Souris River floods. “It was a very useful tool and traceability preparations have proven themselves.” For Saskatchewan agriculture minister Bon Bjornerud, the missed deadline is vindication. He was the only minister to dissent when the 2011 commitment was made, insisting that it was unrealistic and inappropriately mandatory. access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none



COMING EVENTS July 16: Alberta Organic Producers Association field day, start Randy Gubersky farm, Edmonton (Kathy Petterson, 780-939-5808, aopa@, Randy, 780-4771146, Ward, 780-895-7526) July 19: Indian Head Agricultural Research Foundation crop management field day, Indian Head, Sask. (306-660-7898, dpetty.iharf@ July 20: Lethbridge Research Station open house and field day, Lethbridge (403-327-4561) July 20-23: Canadian Charolais Youth Association conference and show, Saskatoon. ( July 22-24: Grasslands Canadian Classic sheep show and sale, Drake, Sask. (SSDB, 306-933-5200, sheepdb@ July 24-27: International Symposium on Pre-harvest Sprouting in Cereals,


AG NOTES Capri Convention Centre, Red Deer (Fran Teitge, 403-782-8049, frances. July 26: Alfalfa Seed Commission summer tour (Michelle Gietz, 403-362-4449) July 26-28: Canola Council of Canada convention, Saskatoon (204-9822100,, July 26-28: Canadian Federation of Agriculture meeting, Banff, Alta. (CFA, 613-236-3633,, July 27: Organic Alberta Oat field tour, Herb Mantey farm, Barrhead, Alta. (Herb, 780-305-6268 or Sam, 780-785-8023) July 28-30: Vermilion trade fair, Stadium Fair Grounds, Vermilion, (780-853-4108) July 29: Mackenzie Applied Research Association field day and Organic Alberta Oat discussion, La Crete, Alta.

(MARA tour, 780-927-3776; oat tour, 780-785-8023) Aug. 3-4: Manitoba Pasture Tour (Souris MAFRI, 204-483-2153, Aug. 4-6: Vegreville trade show, Vegreville, Alta., (780-632-3950) Aug. 9-12: International Livestock Congress and Canadian Cattlemenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association meeting, Deerfoot Inn and Casino, Calgary (ILC, www.ilccalgary. com,, 403-686-8407; CCA,, 403-275-8558) Sept. 13-15: Big Iron Farm Show, Red River Valley Fairgrounds, West Fargo, N.D. (701-282-2200, 800-456-6408,, www. For more coming events, see the Community Calendar, section 0300, in the Western Producer Classifieds. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Direct seeding into forage stubble iffy Mixed results in trials | Expert says ground must be level to ensure uniform seeding

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A forage expert with Saskatchewan Agriculture says it is possible for producers to direct seed forages into terminated forage stands. However, success depends on weed control, soil conditions and the ability to seed the new crop at the proper depth. Michel Tremblay told forage producers at the Western Beef Development Centre’s field day in Lanigan, Sask., that they can save time and money by direct seeding into forage stubble. Spraying and direct seeding is less expensive than tillage and reseeding and can produce good results under the right circumstances. However, producers should assess field conditions carefully before making a decision. “Not all fields are candidates for direct seeding forages back onto forage stubble,” he said. “It’s important that you take a critical look at what you’ve got out there in your fields.” Tremblay said he has had mixed results. Seeding depth is a critical consideration, which means ground that is rough, uneven or infested with pocket gophers will pose a problem. Forages should be ideally seeded at a uniform depth of about one or two centimetres. Planting deeper will reduce chances of emergence and establishment. Producers with rough ground may be able to level their fields using a land roller or a levelling device that can be dragged across the surface. However, direct seeding should probably be avoided if the land is too uneven. Control of existing vegetation, including old forage plants, is another key issue. “You’ve got to get rid of the existing and undesirable vegetation and try to start out with as clean a slate as possible.” The most common weeds in forage stands are dandelions, quackgrass, Kentucky blue grass and foxtail. Producers should pay special attention to those species, but they should also look for a good kill of existing forages. “You’ve got to control your forage stand or remnant plants to eliminate the competition and make it possible for those new seedlings to establish in there,” said Tremblay. Producers must be honest with themselves when assessing candiaccess=subscriber section=crops,none,none

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FORT MACLEOD, Alta. — Pea and lentil growers are getting a new set of bugs. But these they are going to pay for. They are tiny rhizobial bacteria that need to populate pea and lentil roots to flourish, reproduce and fix nitrogen. It is the last part that is important to pulse growers, and Becker Underwood has spent the past five years improving the technology, says company spokesperson Ralph deVries.


Late spraying alfalfa provides better vegetation control when preparing to seed forages the following spring. | FILE PHOTO


date fields, he added. “Like my dad used to say, there’s never enough time and money to do (a job) right but there’s always enough money to do it twice.” A tank mix of glyphosate and a Class 2 herbicide such as 2,4-D will probably provide adequate control if populations and densities of trouble weeds are reasonably low, although other tank mixes can also be used with good results. Producers don’t have to worry about getting 100 percent control, but the cleaner the field, the better the chances of establishing a new crop.

Studies conducted in north-central Saskatchewan tested the efficacy of glyphosate tank mixes on controlling alfalfa and dandelions. Fields were sprayed in late May, mid-July and late in the growing season before freeze up. The tests suggested that later application dates provide better vegetation control. Producers should also budget for a second herbicide application the following spring. “There’s no getting around that,” Tremblay said. “You’ve got to get out there and give it another kick in the spring.” Autotoxicity can also affect new stand establishment. Some plants, including alfalfa, produce phenolic compounds that inhibit the growth of other plants, including new alfalfa seedlings. The above ground material, including leaves, is the most toxic in alfalfa.

Soil covered with a lot of new alfalfa litter is more prone to autotoxicity, but Tremblay said warm, healthy soil with good organic matter and ample moisture will break down phenolic compounds more quickly. Autotoxicity problems should diminish significantly in fields that are sprayed in the fall and seeded the following spring. Tremblay said good forage seeding practices should always be used, but they are particularly important when direct seeding into forage stubble. He recommended using good seed, inoculating and carefully checking the seeding depth. Shank mounted openers behind each opener are recommended. “It’s never a good idea to cut corners when you’re seeding a forage and certainly if you’re using the technique (direct seeding), I would double that emphasis,” he said.

DeVries was in southern Alberta to show off Becker Underwood’s latest product, Nodulator XL. If the name sounds familiar, it should. The company has used the name Nodulator for the past 15 years to describe several of its crop specific rhizobia inoculants. “We have 171 station years of trial data on the new strain and we have seen a three to eight percent increase in yield over Nodulator and its competing brands,” said Danielle Fletcher, a Becker Underwood field agronomist in Lethbridge. Nodulator for peas and lentils is based on rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viceae. So is the new inoculant, but the XL is a different strain, which took the company half a decade to move from discovery to registration. DeVries said the new one turned out to be fussier and more demanding but also higher functioning. “These animals were harder to breed in captivity,” he said. “We had to develop some new approaches to get them from the lab scale to the point where we could make enough for plots and then to commercial scale production.” access=subscriber section=crops,none,none





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Direct seeding into forage stubble iffy Mixed results in trials | Expert says ground must be level to ensure uniform seeding

A new rhizobium strain offers higher yields than previous bacterium


A forage expert with Saskatchewan Agriculture says it is possible for producers to direct seed forages into terminated forage stands. However, success depends on weed control, soil conditions and the ability to seed the new crop at the proper depth. Michel Tremblay told forage producers at the Western Beef Development Centre’s field day in Lanigan, Sask., that they can save time and money by direct seeding into forage stubble. Spraying and direct seeding is less expensive than tillage and reseeding and can produce good results under the right circumstances. However, producers should assess field conditions carefully before making a decision. “Not all fields are candidates for direct seeding forages back onto forage stubble,” he said. “It’s important that you take a critical look at what you’ve got out there in your fields.” Tremblay said he has had mixed results. Seeding depth is a critical consideration, which means ground that is rough, uneven or infested with pocket gophers will pose a problem. Forages should be ideally seeded at a uniform depth of about one or two centimetres. Planting deeper will reduce chances of emergence and establishment. Producers with rough ground may be able to level their fields using a land roller or a levelling device that can be dragged across the surface. However, direct seeding should probably be avoided if the land is too uneven. Control of existing vegetation, including old forage plants, is another key issue. “You’ve got to get rid of the existing and undesirable vegetation and try to start out with as clean a slate as possible.” The most common weeds in forage stands are dandelions, quackgrass, Kentucky blue grass and foxtail. Producers should pay special attention to those species, but they should also look for a good kill of existing forages. “You’ve got to control your forage stand or remnant plants to eliminate the competition and make it possible for those new seedlings to establish in there,” said Tremblay. Producers must be honest with themselves when assessing candiaccess=subscriber section=crops,none,none

New pulse inoculant fixes N fixing BY MICHAEL RAINE SASKATOON NEWSROOM

FORT MACLEOD, Alta. — Pea and lentil growers are getting a new set of bugs. But these they are going to pay for. They are tiny rhizobial bacteria that need to populate pea and lentil roots to flourish, reproduce and fix nitrogen. It is the last part that is important to pulse growers, and Becker Underwood has spent the past five years improving the technology, says company spokesperson Ralph deVries.


Late spraying alfalfa provides better vegetation control when preparing to seed forages the following spring. | FILE PHOTO


date fields, he added. “Like my dad used to say, there’s never enough time and money to do (a job) right but there’s always enough money to do it twice.” A tank mix of glyphosate and a Class 2 herbicide such as 2,4-D will probably provide adequate control if populations and densities of trouble weeds are reasonably low, although other tank mixes can also be used with good results. Producers don’t have to worry about getting 100 percent control, but the cleaner the field, the better the chances of establishing a new crop.

Studies conducted in north-central Saskatchewan tested the efficacy of glyphosate tank mixes on controlling alfalfa and dandelions. Fields were sprayed in late May, mid-July and late in the growing season before freeze up. The tests suggested that later application dates provide better vegetation control. Producers should also budget for a second herbicide application the following spring. “There’s no getting around that,” Tremblay said. “You’ve got to get out there and give it another kick in the spring.” Autotoxicity can also affect new stand establishment. Some plants, including alfalfa, produce phenolic compounds that inhibit the growth of other plants, including new alfalfa seedlings. The above ground material, including leaves, is the most toxic in alfalfa.

Soil covered with a lot of new alfalfa litter is more prone to autotoxicity, but Tremblay said warm, healthy soil with good organic matter and ample moisture will break down phenolic compounds more quickly. Autotoxicity problems should diminish significantly in fields that are sprayed in the fall and seeded the following spring. Tremblay said good forage seeding practices should always be used, but they are particularly important when direct seeding into forage stubble. He recommended using good seed, inoculating and carefully checking the seeding depth. Shank mounted openers behind each opener are recommended. “It’s never a good idea to cut corners when you’re seeding a forage and certainly if you’re using the technique (direct seeding), I would double that emphasis,” he said.

DeVries was in southern Alberta to show off Becker Underwood’s latest product, Nodulator XL. If the name sounds familiar, it should. The company has used the name Nodulator for the past 15 years to describe several of its crop specific rhizobia inoculants. “We have 171 station years of trial data on the new strain and we have seen a three to eight percent increase in yield over Nodulator and its competing brands,” said Danielle Fletcher, a Becker Underwood field agronomist in Lethbridge. Nodulator for peas and lentils is based on rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viceae. So is the new inoculant, but the XL is a different strain, which took the company half a decade to move from discovery to registration. DeVries said the new one turned out to be fussier and more demanding but also higher functioning. “These animals were harder to breed in captivity,” he said. “We had to develop some new approaches to get them from the lab scale to the point where we could make enough for plots and then to commercial scale production.” access=subscriber section=crops,none,none


PRODUCTION Inoculants are living organisms and are required by federal regulation to be proven effective at performing whatever claims are made by the manufacturer. In this case it is fixing nitrogen in peas and lentils. “We had to find some new ways to keep this strain alive from manufacturing to field,” deVries said. “We did manage it, but the P2 (the first Nodulator) strain was more forgiving than 1435 (the new XL version).” Registration, which was achieved this spring, was contingent on the 1435 strain having the right population of rhizobia in the bags right through to the end of their bestbefore dates. Increases in commodity prices have magnified the value of percentage increases in crop performance, and Becker Underwood’s three to eight percent increase in yield is worth $5 to $13 per acre in peas and



$8 to $22 in lentils. There are three application methods: • liquid, which is applied to seed • self adhering peat • solid core, clay-type granule Fletcher said the granule offered less dust and was more manageable than the peat product. The new 1435 strain’s formulation also offers higher bug numbers in each package than its predecessor and as a result will require one-third as many bags to cover the same

ABOVE: On the left is the new solid core clay-type granule and at right, the peat formulation of Nodulator XL from Becker Underwood. Both contains increased populations of nitrogen fixing rhizobia bacteria. LEFT: Hemoglobin forms in the root nodules of pulse crops, in this case peas, due to the presence of nitrogen fixing rhizobia bacteria. | MICHAEL RAINE PHOTOS number of acres, based on drill row spacing. Becker Underwood will still offer its mini bulk bag distribution of the

granule product, but it will have to lose the Q or Quarter Section Pack name because it will now cover more acres: up to nearly a half section with

12 inch row spacings. DeVries said the product will be available for pre-season purchase this fall and timed for a spring delivery.


Sclerotinia threat to canola makes spraying pay Wet conditions | Soggy soils have left fields vulnerable to infection BY MICHAEL RAINE SASKATOON NEWSROOM

LETHBRIDGE — It pays to spray for sclerotinia when the crops are better than average and when the conditions are right. Central to this is the presence of the disease’s inoculums and high humidity levels. Both are present in most areas of Western Canada this year. “You need moisture ahead of bolting and then damp soils as the plants go into bolting,” said Murray Hartman of Alberta Agriculture. “It doesn’t have to rain to cause problems. High humidity of 75 percent or so will do it.” access=subscriber section=crops,none,none

SCLEROTINIA CHECKLIST Swedish researchers came up with a canola and rapeseed growers’ checklist for determining when it is appropriate to spray for leaf and stem diseases. The higher the score the more likely the fungicide application will be financially beneficial. Roughly, due to grain price differences at the farmgate and application cost variability, a score of 40 or higher generally meets the economic threshold to spray. Risk factor



Years since last canola crop Disease incidence in last host crop Crop density

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Rain in the last two weeks Weather forecast Regional risk for apothecia Total risk:


Source: Canola Council of Canada | WP GRAPHIC


The tiny mushroom apothecia develops from a cagy sclerote that comes alive only when exposed to wet soils. As well, it waits until it is shaded by the crop’s canopy before developing a new wave of spores capable of infecting the canola. The canola leaves provide the necessary cover from daytime heat and wind so that the fungal bodies can go to work. This coincides with flowering’s start. Staging of plants are highly variable across the West this year, with plants from four leaf to 50 percent flower, so spraying strategies can still benefit most producers’ fields, said Ed Thiessen of Syngenta. “In areas that have seen the disease before, there is a real risk of it being there this year,” he said. “Conditions are about as favourable as it gets.” Spraying is most effective between 20 and 50 percent flower, said Russell Trisha of BASF. Hartman said it’s not difficult justifying spraying this year. “You only need a 25 or 30 bushel crop to warrant going with an application this year due to the high prices,” said Hartman. Thiessen said many seed growers have adopted split applications of fungicide to ensure they avoid large losses and get a cleaner crop. “(I can see) in the future, with the high yielding hybrids and prices we are getting now, it is worth protecting ... for many growers by moving to split applications ,” he said. Some of the most recent canola hybrids are sclerotinia resistant, but while that reduces the chance of serious wreck, it doesn’t eliminate losses during years when disease pressure is at it heaviest. Kristin Hacault of Pioneer Hi-Bred said it makes sense to spray higher potential canola crops, depending on the sclerotinia threat, field conditions and whether sclerotinia is known to be present. Thiessen said growers need to evaluate their fields, particularly areas that have highly variable development, and aim to spray when there is moisture under the canopy and flowering is underway for the largest

group of plants in the at-risk flowering stage. “And not just when you can get an aerial applicator,” he said. Hacault said resistant genetics add flexibility to the timing. Some growers are applying a herbicide and a fungicide in a tank mix, but Thiessen said this can cause problems in the sprayer tank. “Try to make sure that if you’re loading up the tank with herbicide, fungicide, micronutrients and other stuff that you aren’t adding to the stress of an already stressed crop or yours by gumming up the sprayer.”

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How sweet it is to be new wheat on the block Dietary benefits | Sweet wheat is high in amino acids and fructans, which help stimulate growth of beneficial bacteria BY MARGARET EVANS FREELANCE WRITER

LINDELL BEACH, B.C. — First there was sweet corn. Now there’s sweet wheat. Sweet corn emerged naturally as a result of a spontaneous mutation in field corn, and sweet wheat has followed the same path. Japanese researchers say it could become a healthy part of human diets. Writing in the American Chemical

Society’s Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, the researchers said cereals such as rice, corn and wheat store starch in endosperm tissue that represents an important energy source for humans. However, sweet wheat seed, which lacks the enzymes GBSS1 and SSlla needed to make starch, accumulates higher levels of sugars. These sugars — glucose, fructose, sucrose and especially maltose —are present in the sweet wheat whole grain flour.

Compared to the common wheat type Chinese spring, in which all GBSS1 and SSlla genes are functional, the maltose in sweet wheat was 11.9 times higher and glucose was 8.8 times the level. As well, sweet wheat showed twice as much dietary fibre and four times as much free amino acid content as the wild type. It also had high levels of healthy carbohydrates, known as fructans, which act as prebiotics and can stimulate the growth of beneficial

THIS WEEK: Don’t seed in the rain. It was an important lesson learned by Mark Maystrowich of the Y Yorkton, Sask., area. “If you’re crossing water to get into a field and it’s raining, raining you most likely won’t make it back,” Maystrowich warns. First a track hoe ho got stuck before it could be used and needed to be rescued by a second tractor and an additional 100 foot tow strap. | MARK MAYSTROWICH PHOTO

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bacteria in the colon. The report said dietary fructans can also lead to an increase in mineral absorption and it may be possible to further increase their levels by crossing sweet wheat with other highfructan lines. These benefits stem from the fact that the sweet wheat parental lines — waxy wheat and high amylose wheat— carry null mutations. “ ‘Null’ mutation means that the gene does not produce a functional protein or enzyme,” said Patricia Vrinten, senior research scientist with Bioriginal Food and Science Corp. in Saskatoon. Vrinten has previously worked with Toshiki Nakamura, lead researcher in the study from the Tohoku National Agriculture Research Center in Morioka, Japan, and continues to collaborate in the study. “The mutations that are present in sweet wheat are naturally occurring mutations. Since bread wheat is a hexaploid plant, it has three copies of each gene,” she said. “If one gene is mutated, we may see very little or no effect on starch synthesis as the other two copies of the gene will continue to be active. This is why it is more difficult to develop unique starch types in wheat than in a diploid plant such as corn. “With wheat, we must first uncover the hidden variability that is present. Mutations of each of the three genes were identified by looking for the absence of a protein or a change in the size of a DNA band. Then lines having individual mutations were crossed to produce a line having mutations in all three copies. This was done for two different types of gene (GBSS1 and SSlla). Thus (sweet wheat) actually carries mutations in six locations.” Research focused on the levels of free sugar, ash, protein, lipid, starch, total dietary fibre, fructans, total amino acids and free amino acids in sweet wheat flour compounds and compared them with levels found in flour from wild type cultivars and parental lines of sweet wheat. The report said the changes in sugar levels and other components in sweet wheat were evaluated by growing grain in a controlled greenhouse environment at temperatures from 25 C during the day to 17 C at night with a relative humidity of 55 percent. Seeds were harvested at 45 days after flowering and stored at 4 C until

Preliminary tests found that including (sweet wheat) flour in products gives a subtle but distinctive and somewhat sweet flavour and also provides a crisp texture to baked products. PATRICIA VRINTEN BIORIGINAL FOOD AND SCIENCE CORP.

they were analyzed by weight, ground using a hand mill and measured for moisture content. “Part of the reason for the relatively higher fibre level would be the reduction in starch content,” said Vrinten. “However, the increase in soluble fibre may prove to be useful, particularly if (sweet wheat) is used in a blend with other wheat flour.” She said most of the tests being done by Nippon Flour Mills in Japan are focusing on using the sweet wheat in flour blends. “Preliminar y tests found that including (sweet wheat) flour in products gives a subtle but distinctive and somewhat sweet flavour and also provides a crisp texture to baked products.” Researchers were not surprised to see the lower starch levels because sweet wheat is a double mutant lacking the enzymes that produce starch. The same starch reductions were observed in corn kernels carrying mutations related to starch synthesis. Those kernels produce the popular sweet corn. Given that sweet wheat produces lower levels of starch, Vrinten expects that they will have to develop specific uses for the sweeter product. “We are now evaluating lines that include various combinations of the six mutated genes. There are 64 possible homozygous or ‘true-breeding’ combinations of wild-type and null alleles for these genes.” Vrinten said a breeding program to cross the genes involved in sweet wheat into adapted Japanese cultivars has been underway in Japan for several years and cultivars should be available in three years. “This is important since development of commercial uses by the food industry will depend on an adequate and steady supply of grain,” she said. “I also hope to develop (sweet wheat) lines, or related lines from amongst the 64 genotypes, that are adapted for growing in Canada.”






Plants essential to soil fertility Overgrazing bares soil | Without plants the stored carbon dissipates into the atmosphere

An immature brome grass cluster looks a lot like fall rye. | MICHAEL RAINE PHOTO SASKATOON NEWSROOM


LINDELL BEACH, B.C. — Farmers can directly affect global climate change by improving land management and farming practices, says an Australian study. Duane Norris and Peter Andrews wrote in the International Journal of Water that soil holds twice as much carbon as the atmosphere and three times as much as vegetation. However, carbon oxidizes and is released into the atmosphere when soil is cleared, burned, plowed or drained, adding to the cumulative effects of global warming. In addition, soil health and plant fertility are also lost. Andrews, a farmer in the Australian state of New South Wales, attempted to restore degraded farmland to a dynamic ecosystem by recoupling the carbon and water cycles in a management approach he called natural sequence farming (NSF). Norris, with degrees in agricultural science and sustainable landscape management from the University of Sydney, co-ordinates the NSF movement in Australia. “Climate depends on many things,” Norris said in an e-mail interview. “On land, climate is dependent on the presence of permanent green cover of plants managing the soil hydrology, which in turn, via the pro-

Plant cover, whether grasses, weeds, trees or bushes, is central to soil health, water retention and carbon contained in the ground, mitigating global warming at the local level. | MARGARET EVANS PHOTO cess of photosynthesis and evapotranspiration, manages the short water cycle. This is what creates localized rain and affects local climate. Many modern farming practices plow, cultivate and leave soil uncovered, creating desertification. Rain does not fall often on deserts.” Norris said these traditional farming methods have led to a serious decline in soil quality in Australia, with levels only one tenth what they were 200 years ago before European settlement. Scientists estimate that soil once contained carbon matter that was 4,000 to 10,000 years old but now hold carbon that is only two years old. This is because livestock have overgrazed the land and bared the soil, leaving it in an oxidizing state so that the stored carbon can dissipate into the atmosphere. “Plants are required as the ‘engi-

neers’ to manage both water and carbon dioxide (to build soil fertility),” said Norris. Remove the plants and the whole cycle is disrupted. (It) causes water to dissipate, leaving a hotter landscape while CO2 is redistributed back to the atmosphere. (But) the (short water cycle) on a landscape manages temperature by moderating between extremes.” Carbon content of the soil increases and growing conditions improve when vegetation, even weedy cover, is left and allowed to break down. Plants also help cool the local atmosphere through the evaporation of moisture from leaves. Moisture contributes to the formation of rain clouds, producing showers that contribute to the short water cycle in a local area. Norris and Andrews said in their report that careful water manage-

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ment, planting, mulch farming, contour farming and alley farming, where crops are grown between widely spaced rows of trees or shrubs, all work together to remediate degraded land and conserve water. Norris said the tools to build a sustainable farming system are within reach. Whatever is in soil that makes it fertile has been put there by plants, the authors said. The environment runs on energy and plants are the means of generating and accumulating that energy. They said the roles of water, plants and soil in maintaining a landscape are each part of a complex, historically evolved system of interlocking cycles that is controlled by plants. “Any practice that aims to stop water, energy and matter from leaving the farming system is to be encouraged,” said Norris.

Downy brome, formally known as bromus tectorum, has infested ditchsides and forage land across the southern Prairies and has become a serious pest for winter wheat growers and cattle ranches. This fall germinator overwinters well as a fall annual, but in dry years it will also function well as a spring annual weed. It reproduces from prodigious amounts of seed, and control strategies focus on preventing new seeds from forming and exhausting the seedbank of old ones. Control in forage stands involves selective tillage in patches while the weeds are small because there is no registered solution for pastures other than elimination of all plants. Keeping the weed out of a pasture is critical. Good stands of forages and low soil disturbance are also effective. Fire rotated with a herbicide and reseeding is effective provided the new stand is successful. Mowing and haying won’t reach the short, droopy grass’s bottommost seeds, making cutting ineffective. It is difficult to control in fall seeded cereals, but a pre-seeding herbicide burn off in spring crops is effective on spring and fall germinated downy brome. Glyphosate, with or without dicamba or florasulam, can be used, as can trifluralin in some broadleaf crops. access=subscriber section=crops,none,none




Jim Coutts, a former political advisor, and native of Nanton, Alta., has donated his family's homestead â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a quarter of section of land with gardens, grasslands and restored farm buildings â&#x20AC;&#x201D; to the University of Lethbridge. He has worked on the property since 1988 and has extensive records of all the plants and their progress since he took over the property. | BARBARA DUCKWORTH PHOTOS


Art lover, gardener donates land to university Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage | The farm will be used for science, social history and landscape programs BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

NANTON, Alta. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The prairies are a living landscape for Jim Coutts. An avid art collector whose personal gallery celebrates the western landscape in oils and water colour, Coutts also developed a passion to preserve the prairie on his quarter

section of land down a country road east of Nanton. At 73, the former secretary and adviser to prime ministers Lester Pearson and Pierre Trudeau had a vision to preserve that unique landscape and has donated his familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s homestead and 200 pieces from his private art collection to the University of Lethbridge.

The donation is worth more than $2 million and will be used by the university for research and as a living laboratory. Coutts may continue living on the property as long as he chooses and chairs an advisory group to oversee and maintain the extensive gardens and native grasslands. Named the Coutts Centre for Westaccess=subscriber section=news,none,none

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ern Canadian Heritage, it is the first donation of its kind to the southern Alberta university. Couttsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; grandfather, Bill Allan, homesteaded the property more than 100 years ago but lost it in 1922 and moved to Nanton to run the local train station. Coutts was able to buy back the land in 1988 and started a major restoration project that included rebuilding the original house and restoring outbuildings that included renovating a chicken coop into a guest house and artistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; studio. He also added gardens that included hardy southern Alberta trees, flowers, shrubs and native grasses. He has ongoing partnerships with local gardeners, who helped him learn what might grow and thrive in the Chinook climate. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll tell you it is very hard to create a meadow with a mix of plants,â&#x20AC;? he said. Coutts started with the same flowers his grandmother grew, such as hollyhocks, bachelor buttons and lilacs. His vision grew when he started working with a landscape architect who taught him that the property should be treated like different rooms, where less decoration is better while preserving the view of the flowing grasses that stretch to the foothills. Nanton is mixed grass prairie, and Coutts has gathered a variety of native prairie plants. He was told to get seed from within 80 kilometres of the farm, but he prevailed and established the meadows with a wide diversity of plants started from seed and plant plugs from a number of sources. The farm includes 32 trial plots with 32 native grasses such as June grass, three fescues and wheat grasses. He has maintained extensive growing records over the last 20 years that the university hopes to incorporate into its new digital herbarium. The wild grasses have been mowed,

burned off and grazed by sheep or goats to keep them healthy. The gardens are lush this year thanks to above average rain, but sloughs are everywhere and the farm lost a number of trees when some parts of the property turned to marsh. However, Coutts said it is not all bad. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You experiment, you change and you move things around,â&#x20AC;? he said. He approached several potential recipients about a land gift and the university expressed the most interest. Chris Horbachewski, vice-president of advancement at the U of L, said this was the universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first land donation. It has big plans and each of the five faculties will be invited to use the site. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want to make sure faculty members and researchers are thinking about ways they could incorporate it into their individual programs. We want to be as unintrusive as possible to the community and maintain it,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The value to us is the work that has gone into it. We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want farm property, to be quite honest. We want to see it continue to develop.â&#x20AC;? He said the university also wants to work with other institutions. â&#x20AC;&#x153;From our perspective, we are not in the business of becoming landowners unless there is a solid academic research reason within the programs at the university,â&#x20AC;? said Horbachewski. University provost Andy Hakin said the site offers potential science programs, social history and landscape. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We can do so many things at one time,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are just at the start of programming for students and graduate students. We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want it to be an institutional type facility.â&#x20AC;? The donation also eases fears that the gardens and history would be lost to a housing development or be plowed under if the quarter was sold.


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lying pastures are still suffering, but standing water is starting to dry up.



Wheat recovering from wet spring Spring wheat crops are recovering from this spring’s wet conditions. Wheat fields that were yellow are now green, after tapping into nutrients in the soil. However, canola is struggling to recover. Plants that didn’t establish proper roots are bolting prematurely at heights of 15 to 20 centimetres. Haying is progressing and tame hay quality is above average. Low

loving crops are progressing, but development is behind normal. Hay yields reported as normal at 1.5 to two tonnes per acre. NORTHWEST

Crop development varies Most cereal crops are in the tillering to early flag leaf stage. A few fields are in the head emergence stage. The earliest planted canola fields are 30 to 50 percent in bloom. Later planted, broadcast seeded canola has emerged and fields are in the two to four leaf stage. Corn, sunflowers and other heat

Cover crops planted on unseeded acres Dry, warm weather in early July has accelerated crop development and dried up unseeded acres near Dauphin, Ste. Rose du Lac and McCreary. Crop staging varies widely, from greenfeed crops that are preemergent to a few canola plants

that are podding. Growers have planted barley, millet and other greenfeed crops on unseeded acres and have plans to sell feed to cattle producers. Growers may attempt to harvest the grain if harvest weather co-operates. Cattails and other water loving weeds have moved into unseeded acres. Weeds in seeded acres are under control.

some fields are flowering. Spring wheat is at early head emergence and low levels of rust have been reported on upper leaves. The most advanced canola is 20 to 40 percent flowering. Spraying for sclerotinia has begun. Hay quality is rated as below average because alfalfa was cut later than desired.


Forage yields above average

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Alfalfa seed weevil is at economic thresholds on alfalfa seed crops and growers are applying insecticide to control the pest. Producers are seeding greenfeed crops near Ashern and Moosehorn on acres that were drowned out this spring. Tame forage yields are above average and dry weather has permitted producers to bale some of the forage. Biting insects continue to plague cattle in the region. Animals are herding together to get relief.


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Southern Saskatchewan enjoyed warm and sunny weather, which has helped improve the conditions of some water stressed crops. Many crops remain flooded out and leaf diseases are showing up. Rainfall varied from zero to 31 millimetres. Haying has started in the southeast, but reports indicate many acres of land will not be accessible. Five percent of the hay is cut and one percent baled or put into silage in the southeast. That compares to 11 percent cut and four percent baled or put into silage in the southwest. Seventy-four percent of the hay is rated good to excellent in quality in the southeast, while 86 percent is good to excellent in the southwest. CENTRAL

Warm weather makes good hay A week of sunny weather with little rain got haying off to a good start. Farmers are also scouting crops and hauling grain. Cut hay crop varies from nine to 13 percent and two to three percent baled or put into silage. Hay quality is 70 to 83 percent good to excellent. Thunderstorms dropped varying amounts of rain and brought strong wind and hail in some areas. Most crop damage in the eastcentral region is due to flooding, hail and disease. Hail in the Ituna and Goodeve areas was significant and caused crop, hay and building damage. Leaf diseases and other signs of stress are showing up and producers are applying control measures where warranted. Some areas in the west-central region could use rain, but recent rain has helped improve crop conditions.


Haying underway Two to 13 percent of the hay crop is cut, and less than three percent baled or put into silage. Its quality is rated as good to excellent. Precipitation ranged from trace amounts to 32 millimetres. Hail was again reported in several areas. The heavy rain and hail from last week caused significant damage to crops and some are not expected to recover. The recent moisture and heat over the past couple of weeks has helped advance crops and improve the condition of those that were damaged by flooding. Other areas that received considerable amounts of rain in the past two weeks are showing excess moisture stress. Producers are applying fungicides in canola, cereals and pulses. Topsoil moisture on cropland is nine to 19 percent surplus and 81 to 86 percent adequate. Topsoil moisture on hay and pasture land is reported as one to 20 percent surplus and 80 to 88 percent adequate. In the northwest, canola crops have many stages in one field and are thin because of poor and slow germination and spring frost damage. Cereal and pea diseases are starting to show up.


condition ratings have improved significantly with the precipitation. Crops are two weeks behind normal. Dryland haying has not started with most pastures and forage crops are rated as poor to good.

completed by this date. Haying has just started. Timely rain has improved ratings to mostly fair to good.


Grasshopper spraying required

Development seven days behind Much needed precipitation fell across the region in amounts of 75 to 200 mm. Some areas are reporting excessive moisture. Development is about seven days behind the long-term normal. Cereals are in the early to mid stem elongation stage compared to normally being in the early boot stage, and canola and field peas are starting to flower versus, compared to normally being 30 percent



Heavy rains of 100 to 200 mm fell across south and central portions of the region, placing some crops under stress. Light precipitation was reported across the drier northern portion. About 80 percent of the crop is rated good or excellent, but development is a week behind normal. Pasture and hay conditions have also improved with the rain. Grasshopper problems are emerging to the point spraying is required.

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Crop growth still delayed Average to slightly above average temperatures prevailed across the region, while moisture conditions remain good. Crop growth has improved slightly but is still up to two weeks delayed. Most spring cereals should be entering the boot stage but are averaging the early stem elongation stage. Winter wheat should be in midpollination but is still at the early head emergence stage. Only about 10 percent of the canola and peas are in flower. Leaf diseases are reported on winter wheat that will reduce its yield potential by 15 to 25 percent. Pasture and hay crops are rated good to excellent.

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Leanne McLean of Coronation, Alta., works with her miniature horse, Bobby, as Terry Ayers of Lundbreck, Alta., drives his team of mules in a dressage ring south of Kevisville, Alta. They were among the participants to take part in the Stone Bridge Carriage Driving Club’s competition earlier this month. The event featured dressage, cross country marathon and cone course classes. | RANDY FIEDLER PHOTO


Ballots mailed for wheat board’s single desk plebiscite BY BRIAN CROSS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Ballots for the Canadian Wheat Board plebiscite on single desk marketing will be in the mail this week

and in farmers’ hands by July 22. Wheat board officials confirmed that an estimated 68,000 ballots were to be mailed to grain growers beginning July 11. All prairie producers who delivered

wheat or barley at least once during the last five years and had an active permit book in either the 2009-10 or the 2010-11crop years will automatically receive a ballot. Accounting company MNP has access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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been contracted to administer the vote and tabulate farmer returns. Completed ballots must be postmarked on or before Aug. 24. Votes will be counted beginning Sept. 8 and plebiscite results will be announced Sept. 9. MNP has previously administered director elections for the wheat board. CWB chair Allen Oberg said the accounting firm has the experience and resources to ensure the plebiscite is administered properly. The CWB vote will consist of two questions, one pertaining to wheat marketing and one pertaining to barley. Farmers who have grown wheat in the past five years will be eligible to vote on the wheat question. Farmers who have grown barley in the past five years will be eligible to vote on the barley question. Those who have grown both grains are eligible to vote on both questions. Producers who are expecting a mailed ballot but have not received one by July 22 can receive more information on voter eligibility by visiting the plebiscite website at or calling 877-780-8683. Producers who are not automati-

cally registered but believe they are qualified to vote have until Aug. 8 to apply for a ballot. To be added to the voters list, producers whose names did not appear in an active 2009-10 or 2010-11 permit book must receive confirmation from MNP that they delivered board grains to the CWB during the 200607, 2007-08 or 2008-09 crop years. Producers can also acquire a ballot by submitting an application to MNP, stating that they grew board grains during the last five years but did not make deliveries to the CWB. Oberg said the plebiscite questions will offer producers a clear opportunity to voice their support or opposition to single desk marketing. The wording of the questions is based on recommendations made in 2006 by general farm groups in Western Canada as well as the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. “Farmers have never been asked a clear question on their wishes on the on the future of the board,” Oberg said. “This time, it’s a very simple question. Do you want a single desk structure for wheat? Do you want a single desk structure for barley? I think that’s about as plain and simple as you can put the question.”

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YOU pay for it from the sale of your grain YOU run it through your elected directors The agriculture sector is a target of the environmental movement and must be ready to provide correct information, says an advocate. | FILE PHOTO LIVESTOCK | PUBLIC RELATIONS

Environmentalists selling fear: expert Agriculture may be next target | Public said to be tired of the ‘planet is dying’ message BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

BIG SKY, Mont. — Industries involving livestock and water are the next targets of environmental groups, says Bruce Vincent, a former logger and industry advocate. That puts farming and ranching squarely in the sights of an environmental movement that has lost its “sav i n g t h e p l a n e t ” f o c u s a n d become a money-making machine that markets only one product. “That product is fear,” Vincent told a recent meeting of the National Bison Association. “They started marketing fear, they’ve been marketing for decades now and they’re very, very good at what they do.” Vincent, whose family logging business near Libby, Montana, was decimated by public distaste for logging and by pleas to save trees, speaks highly of laws and regulations spawned in the early days of the environmental movement. “But the movement we empowered and the laws that came out of it are 40 years old and they are both showing their age,” he said. Now it is time for people to reject the spectre of fear presented by some activists and start leading the discussion on animal agriculture, mining and other industries that are often targeted. Vincent said the activists need new fear-inducing scenarios as they continue their efforts to raise money. “They’re after a new piñata, and for the last 10 years, it’s been clear to me that the next piñata is anything that has to do with water and anything to do with animals, and that puts you squarely in the crosshairs.” He said the demise of the American logging industry is an object lesson for other industries. Demand for wood was high and the logging industry profitable, but logging still lost its social licence because of public misunderstanding of its benefits. “Sadly, public policy, whether it’s for bison or for trees, is not based on reality. Its based on the public’s perception of reality,” Vincent said. Activists tend to present issues as either/or situations, such as a choice between logging and complete forest protection, with no other options.

And media and the movies reinforce the idea of only two choices. Vincent said the public seeks a scenario that doesn’t exist. A diet of Bambi-like movies is common, in which a bad actor, capitalist man, shows up to destroy nature. “Man is the destroyer of harmony, man is the destroyer of balance, and they’ve been now seeking this Disneyesque ecotopia that has not and cannot ever exist.” Vincent said the good early intentions of environmentalism have evolved into regulations that are “protecting us to death” because there’s such a thin line between environmental sensitivity and environmental insanity. “We want things like (electricity). We’d like it immediate, we’d like it cheap, we’d like it at the switch. It’s just dams we don’t like, coal we don’t like.” Similarly, people want good roads but not asphalt plants, wood but not stumps. “And we love bison because it is the green choice,” but to get it into a supermarket, animals have to be killed. Groups such as the Humane Society of the United States don’t like that. “How did we get so crazy on this issue, the environment?” Vincent talked about the need to educate the public not by telling them what the industry wants them to hear but by asking the public what they want to know and then supplying the answers. “I have more hope now than I did when I first started speaking out because I think America is ready to hear our message,” he said. “I think they are tired of the doom and gloom, bongo drum beating, incense burning, planet is dying crap that they’ve been getting for decades. They’re tired of hearing what’s wrong and ready to start hearing about what can be right. We can be part of the answer they’re looking for, if we lead.” Vincent has become a sought-after speaker by businesses, industries, universities and school classrooms. He talks about an environmental movement that has failed to develop beyond a three-word vision of “stop doing that.” “The new movement is going to be led by rural people because we live too close to the ground to pretend.” access=subscriber section=livestock,news,none


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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

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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/Land ..6115 Condos/Townhouses............. 6120 Cottages & Lots ......................6125 Houses & Lots ....................... 6126 Mobile Homes ........................6127 Ready To Move .......................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 Corn .................................... 6406 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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MILDEN CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS, July 29th, 30th, 31st. Everyone Welcome! Info go to: or call: 306-935-2123.

ANTIQUE AND FIREARMS SALE, 32224 Springbank Road, Calgary, AB. July 23rd9:00-4:00, July 24th- 10-3. 403-932-3330. CONTROLLED TRAFFIC FARMING Field Days, July 27, Lacombe, Alberta; August 2, Trochu, AB; August 4, Jarvie-Dapp, AB. For info Phone 780-720-4346.

NOT TO BE MISSED! The Society for German Genealogy in eastern Europe is hosting a convention in Winnipeg from August 12 to 14, 2011 at the Victoria Inn and Convention Centre. Full details and registration forms at Get info on how to research your family roots, especially if they include ancestors from eastern Europe with German background.

1962 CESSNA 172C, 3769 TTSN, 946 SMOH, K-192 comm, transponder/Mode C, Garmin 55 GPS, fresh annual, always hangared, $38,000 OBO. Bob 204-223-7660 Starbuck, MB. Pictures available. Email: 1963 PIPER CHEROKEE PA28-160. 4185 TTSN, 411 SMOH, droop tips, long range tanks, winter covers, 406 ELT, Bendix KLX 135 COM GPS, fresh annual, $35,500 OBO. Phone Peter 306-825-0488, Lloydminster, SK. or email STINSON 108 CF-GVC, TTAF 2198.7, Franklin 1352.4, one owner for 18 years. Phone 204-955-2026, Winnipeg, MB.


1979 CESSNA 172 w/1140 TT hrs., 160 HP CESSNA 210M CENTURION, 1977, S/N Lycoming engine, new June C of A, 21062082, 3613 TTAF, Garmin GDL 69 XM $70,000. Ph. 780-674-5627, Barrhead, AB. weather, $20,000 recent refurbishment, Garmin GNS 530, 406 ELT and Sierra gear LOOKING FOR A 50-80’ BIFOLD DOOR door mod. 403-637-2250, Water Valley AB for a airplane hanger. Please call Rick 306-689-2882, 306-741-1969, Abbey, SK. AVID FLYER 2 seat side by side, 582 elec. warp drive prop, folding wings, tundra FLOAT PLANE: Taylorcraft Model 19, PK tires, skis, always hangared, $21,500. 1800 floats w/lift assist. Tundra tires, Es- Phone 306-343-7386 or 306-222-8943, cort 110 radio, full electrics, TTAF 2475 Saskatoon, SK. hrs., TTAE 875, $34,000. 204-389-4554, Winnipeg Beach, MB. 1969 PA 28 140B, 4 seats, IFR equipped, many extras, a great time builder. Fresh HANGAR, located in (CYXE) Saskatoon, annual. Call for more info. 306-445-3690 SK. 1470 sq. ft. concrete floor, insulated, or 403-815-5889, Battleford, SK. heated, Diamond door. Asking $89,900. For information call 306-717-0709 or VANS RV7A, 0-360, Harztel C/S, dual Dyemail: non glass panel, Garmin stack, etc. 15 hrs. CESSNA A185F, 1981, 906 TTAF, all origi- TTSN, pro built by AME, $95,000, Gravelnal. Contact John Hopkinson & Associates bourg, SK. email: at 403-291-9027, Water Valley, AB. BEAVER RX550, Rotax engine 503, dual dual ignition, 3 blade prop, updated 1993 CHINOOK ADVANCED ULTRALIGHT, carbs, brakes, basic instruments, interrebuilt 582 engine, $9000. Barney Creech wings, com, $7800. 403-556-7600, Olds, AB. 306-825-6666, Lloydminster, SK. 1977 CESSNA U206G, 11,700 TT, 213 SFRM, 213 since new prop, Garmin 296 GPS, 2 Narco MK 12D Nav/Com, Cessna xponder, recent paint, commercially operated, $135,000. 780-520-8854, Lac La Biche, AB. 2 SEATER QUICKSILVER side by side ultralite, c/w wheels, skis, and floats. Must b e p u t b a c k t o g e t h e r, $ 7 5 0 0 . 250-423-0328, Bull River, BC. 1948 PA 15 Vagabond, TTSN 1806, TT SMOH 784, Lycoming 0-145-2B 65 HP, good fabric, auto fuel STC, wood prop metal leading edge, cub yellow, good glass. Phone 306-867-7725, Outlook, SK. 1976 PIPER ARCHER 3808 TTSN, 1730 SMOH, 0-360, 180 HP, King Nav/Comms, trans., ADF, Mode C, S-Tec autopilot, electric trim, new C of A June 2011, hangared, $50,000. For more info. call 403-485-2103 or 403-485-6837, Vulcan, AB. 1947 PIPER PA-11, 90 HP, skis, floats, needs inspection, $40,000. 780-798-3890, Plamondon, AB. 1966 7GCAA, 0 hrs. SMOH, 150 HP, completely restored; Piper PA-20, 20 hrs. SMOH, 135 HP; 1959 Champion completely restored. 780-826-3684, Bonnyville, AB

BILLMAR FLOATS 2550’s, has been on Bushmaster only 20 hrs., Kevlar fiberglass made, $16,000, will negotiate. Pictures on request. Phone 403-783-1450, Ponoka, AB. Email: CESSNA 1963-172D, recent annual done June 20th, TT1823, COM radio, Cleveland 1 DIAMOND DA20-C1, 2003 and 3 Dia- brakes, manual flaps, baggage door, rear mond DA20-C1, 2006; 1 American Cham- window, portable intercom. $29,900, will pion 8KCAB, 2008; Cessna 172N, 1977. Ph. take trades. Ask for Ian 306-864-2200 403-637-2250, Water Valley, AB. Kinistino, SK. Email:





IH-McCORMICK DEERING Equipment Special Antique and Collector Auction for Bob and Arlene Anderson, MacGregor, MB., Monday, August 1, 11:00 AM. 1 mile west of MacGregor, 1 mile south. Features very rare 1913 Model 18-35 Titan, complete and running, pictured. 1915 8-16 Mogul, 1916 10-20 Mogul, 1917 DB 10-20 Titan tractor, approx. 25 more IHMcCormick tractors at different stages of restoration, most original. 1912 Ayltman Taylor threshing machine, real museum machine. Several stationary engines, IH horizontal 6 HP engine, Mogul 1-3/4 HP, Titan 2-1/2 and 4 HP. Engines and more. Please check and Call Bob Anderson 204-685-2137. For sale bill contact Murray Rankin Auctions 204-534-7401 Killarney. Ross Taylor Auction Service, Reston 204-877-3834.

WIRELESS DRIVEWAY ALARMS, calving/ foaling barn cameras, video surveillance, rear view cameras for RV’s, trucks, combines, seeders, sprayers and augers. M o u n t e d o n m a g n e t . C a l g a r y, A B . 1952 AR JD, w/one-way, both restored, 403-616-6610, $5500 OBO. 1950 MT JD, w/2 pt. plow and cult., new tires, all restored, very good but needs engine head, $5500 OBO. Phone 306-929-4434, Albertville, SK. 1953 JD MODEL 40, restored, excellent condition, 3 PTH and 6’ cultivator included, $6,950 OBO. 403-346-7427, Red Deer, AB BILL AND BETTY ANN RADKE of White- MASSEY HARRIS PONY, 1940’s ?, new moswan Lake. Antique Dispersal, Fort tor, good tires; 1946 Farmall A, good all Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, Monday, a r o u n d t r a c t o r. B o t h p a r a d e r e a dy. August 1st, 9:30 AM. View pictures 780-672-2220, Camrose, AB. Betty Anne is the great granddaughter of Arthur Peguegnat 1955 555 MH diesel tractor in good condiand as the Radke’s are now in Kansas this tion. Email fabulous all in mint condition Peguegnat JD 830, electric start; JD 80; JD 620, stan40 year collection of clocks, oak furniture, dard, w/rock shaft. 306-497-3535, Blaine crockery, radios, gramophones will be sold Lake, SK. completely unreserved. Auction opportunity of a lifetime including the Peguegnat 1918 FORDSON TRACTOR, not ceased; Alf a m i ly B i b l e . P h o n e 3 0 6 - 3 3 2 - 5 3 8 2 . so, LA Case 1940, on steel, starter and hyPL#1-914399. draulics. 306-752-3610, Pathlow, SK. FOR AUCTION: LARGE SELECTION OF JOHN DEERE 60 GAS tractor for sale, ANTIQUES and collectibles, Blacksmith green, runs. Phone: 306-382-8666, Warequipment, shop tools and misc. items. man, SK. July 21st at 10 AM. Evergreen Acres, Turtle Lake, SK. Call 306-445-5000 or visit: JD R, running; JD 70 restorable, vg tin. for details. 306-225-4601, 306-222-5055, Hague, SK. PL#914618. CASE 36” THRESHING machine restorable; KILLARNEY’S 33rd ANNUAL Harvest 1928 1530 steel wheel tractor; For parts Antique and Collector Auction Sale, W30 tractor. 306-883-2770, Spiritwood SK Saturday, July 30th, 9:30 AM in Killarney 1951 ALLIS CHALMERS CA tractor, gas Shamrock Centre, Killarney, MB. Premier eng., 4 spd., PTO, good rubber, $2500. antique auction of the prairies. Outstand- Call Bob 403-934-4081, Mossleigh, AB. ing antique furniture featuring 1/4 cut oak, triple curved glass China’s- 1 corner; ANTIQUE TRACTORS for sale, various sizArthur Pequegnat Grandfather clock es, 1930’s and earlier, JD, Case, MF, MM. w/leaded glass; hall seat; curved glass 403-504-0468, Medicine Hat, AB. secretary bookcase; beautiful round tables; S-roll top desk; buffet; stacking 1944 JD 12A combine, PTO, restored, bookcases; highboy dressers; washstands; $8500. 1968 Case 730 on factory propane, dining chair sets; rockers; pews; bed; all $3500. 780-847-2936, Marwayne, AB. beautiful 1/4 cut oak. East Lake sideboard and more; Victorian walnut sofa and 2 side chairs; Mahogany, walnut. Beautiful hanging lamps: Cranberry, country winter SASKATCHEWAN’S LARGEST Collector scene, flowered, angle brass; Gone with Car and Memorabilia Auction, July 22 the Wind; plus more lamps. Quantity beau- and 23, 2011. New Venue - All Intiful Roseville Pottery and Carnival Glass doors, Canada Centre - Evraz Place, from private collections. Dish sets: Royal Regina, SK. Don’t Delay Consign ToAlbert “Bride’s Choice”, Limoges “Bridal day! Wreath”, Noritake, Royal Crown Derby; Phone Wavecrest, Flow Blue, Depression, Occu- 306-631-7207 or 204-227-9103, pied Japan. Stained glass windows. Crock- Country Boy Ent. Inc. PL# 318206 ery: Red Wing 5 gal. churn. Collector WANTED: 1942 Dodge Fargo exhaust/inCoins: rare 1925 and 1926 “Far 6” nickels. take manifold for a flat 6 engine. Phone 1897 Swiss mechanical music box “Stella” 306-537-9257, Regina, SK. w/23- 14” metal discs. 1866 Fenian Raid medal w/ribbon. Nellie McClung’s “When CLEAR OUT TIME! Over 300 vehicles, Christmas Crossed The Peace”. Aluminum 1920’s- 1960’s. No T’s, A’s or muscle cars washing machine; telephones; Singer har- but lots of interesting ones. Reasonable ness sewing machine; weather vanes. prices or trade for cars from the 1930’s. To Toys: 1930 Marx tin movie theatre, Tonka, view call Kevin 306-845-3056, Livelong, SK Dinkie. German military rifle bayonet w/scabbard plus other military. 1913 por- MUST CLEAR: THREE Lincoln Marks, good celain MB. license plate plus 1917-1939. cond. 1979 collector’s series, white, blue CPR; Coca-Cola; “Nevada” table slot ma- int., moon roof, under 30,000 miles; 1976 chine; signs; clocks; pictures and frames;. Bill Blass, 85,000 miles; 1974, black, moon scales; Masonic Lodge items; wonderful roof, black leather, around 25,000 miles, variety. and offers. 306-873-2968, 306-873-2072, Call Murray dale, SK. Rankin Auctions 204-534-7401 Killarney, 1975 GMC CABOVER, 350 DD, 13 spd., MB. Ross Taylor Auction Service, Reston, 40,000 rears; 1957 Dodge D700 tandem, MB. 204-877-3834. 354 Hemi, 5&3 trans., 34,000 rears; 1971 GMC long nose tandem, 318 DD, 4x4 trans. Sterling 306-539-4642, Regina, SK. BUYING TRACTOR CATALOGUES, brochures, manuals, calendars, etc. Edmonton AB. Barry 780-921-3942, 780-903-3432. 1953 MODEL AR John Deere tractor, offers. 306-394-2041, Coderre, SK.

SPECIAL FLOOD RESPONSE Hardwood/ Laminate Flooring Auction, Saturday, July 23, 2011, 10:00 AM. Preview: Friday, July 22, 5:00- 7:00 PM at Weyburn, SK Fair Grounds. For more info. ph. 306-842-1516. PL #914582

1974 FORD one ton w/hoist 390, 4 spd; 1979 Ford 3/4 ton, 400, 4 spd., parts; 1987 Chev 350, 1/2 ton auto, parts; 1988 Ford 351, 4 spd., O/D, running; 1965 Chev, 6 cyl., 292, 4 spd., running. Offers. Phone 306-296-2029, Frontier, SK.

1960 MASSEY HARRIS Model 555, gas 1928 MODEL A coupe, 1926 Model T 2WD with cab, new rear tires, new battery, coupe, $3000 each. Call 403-256-3192, running when parked in 2008, $3,800 OBO. Priddis, AB. 780-968-0889 evenings, Stony Plain, AB. WATROUS FUN RUN AUTO SHOW AND JD 70 DIESEL TRACTOR, pup start, owners SHINE, July 23/11. Jason 306-946-3336, manual, 350 SMOH, $3000 OBO. Phone Watrous, SK., 306-947-2177, Hepburn, SK. 1930 FORD A Sport Roadster, nicely reANTIQUE TRACTORS FOR SALE: John stored, rumble seat, white-wall tires, safeDeere A, wide front wheels, exc. cond., ty glass, signals, $20,500 OBO. Victoria, $5500 OBO. 306-776-2239, Rouleau, SK. BC., 250-474-5819, COCKSHUTT 40 DIESEL tractor, excellent; 1982 MERCEDES 300 SD, TDI, 4 dr. sedan, Also, Case 660 SP combine, excellent. 3 5 M P G , g o o d s h ap e , g o o d r u b b e r, 780-679-7795, Gwynne, AB. 450,000 kms, $3000 OBO. 306-459-2223, COCKSHUTT 550 TRACTOR w/FEL, manual Ogema, SK. included. Call 204-734-2352 during meal- RARE 1965 2 dr. Coupe De Ville Cadillac, times. Swan River, MB. very nice shape, been repainted, otherwise 85,000 miles, real beauty, what DEERING IDEAL HARVESTER; horse drawn original, mower; JD horse drawn riding plough offers? 306-459-2223, Ogema, SK. #273; side delivery 5-reel hay rake, rubber tired. Offers. 306-296-2029, Frontier, SK. 2- TD9 CRAWLERS w/Drott buckets, en- PRAIRIE TREASURES ANTIQUES, Kenasgines run, need work, both for $7000 OBO. ton, SK. Annual Flea Market, Sunday, July 780-765-3921 at 6 PM, Rycroft, AB. 31, and Monday, August 1. For table please call 306-252-2366. ADRIAN’S MAGNETO SERVICE Guaranteed repairs on mags and ignitors. Repairs. WANTED: TRACTOR MANUALS, sales broParts. Sales. 204-326-6497. Box 21232, chures, tractor catalogs. 306-373-8012, Saskatoon, SK. Steinbach, MB. R5G 1S5.

BODNARUS AUCTIONEERING. DAVID & Gladys Klein Auction Sale, Sat. July 23, 10 a.m., Hepburn, SK. Tractors & Accessories: 1973 JD 4430; 1968 JD 3020 w/JD 48 FEL; JD 445 V-twin, liquid cooled, 54” cut, EFI, 3 pth, PTO. Grain Handling: Westeel TRUCKS: A B & C Including Rosco 1650 bushel grain bins; Bin sweep. A B & C Lines Supers - bring yours Seeding & Tillage: Set of 15’ tine harrows; of Diamond harrows for Flexi-Coil; 30’ 50’ JD 9350 hoe drills w/36’ Hinz transport; 24’ JD 100 cult w/Degelman tine harrows; 16’ JD 100 deep tillage, 3 pt hitch 2 boty SCOUT ersar &CUB- bring yours tom plow; 4’ seed drill. Combines: 1978 JD v i n 6600 SP diesel; 1982 JD 6601 PT; 20 ‘ JD For the CADET An header. Recreational Vehicles: 1982 Honda Memberships & MARTY NERVICK 3 wheeler; JD JDX8 snowmobile; 18’x7’ tandem axle h/d trailer; Utility trailer. Registrations RR 2 Craven, SK Shop Equipment: Campbell Hausfeld 5 HP Available from 306-775-0879 upright air comp; Subaru 3500 Powermate EVERYTHING IH WELCOME Power Fist pressure washer; Mac Tools plasma cutting system; Many more pieces of shop equip & numerous power & hand ANTIQUE AND FIREARMS SALE, 32224 tools. Veh. & Acc: Complete veh. & parts Springbank Road, Calgary, AB. July 23rd- for cars/trucks from 1962 to 1992 too many to list. Livestock related; Antiques & 9:00-4:00, July 24th- 10-3. 403-932-3330. many & many household items. For more WANTED: 1966 or older silver coins. info: 1-877-494-2437, PL 318200SK. Phone 306-931-8478.

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Als o Fea turing N um erous V ehic les & W ork T ruc ks , a HUGE S elec tion of Elec tric Ha nd T ools , S hop S upplies , S helving, Offic e Furniture, Elec tronic s & M ORE!

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P H: (306) 75 7-175 5 orTOLL FR EE (8 00) 2 63-4193 L IC.#31448 0

P H: TER R Y (306) 341-0363 OFFICE: (306) 65 2 -4334 L IC: #318 116




SUPREME AUCTION SERVICES will be conducting a huge consignment auction at 10:00 am Tuesday, August 9th at Sintaluta, SK. For details see or call Ken McDonald 306-695-0121 or Brad Stenberg 306-551-9411. PL#314604.


JULY 22 & 23, 2011 “ N EW VEN UE - ALL IN D OOR S ”

24/7 ON LIN E BID D IN G o n W W W .M C D OUG ALLBAY.C OM Bid s C lo s e M o n d a y, July 18 @ 12:00P M View ing:Thursd a y,July 14 10a m – 4p m - Sub jec tto $350 Buyer’s Fee p er Unit Lo c a tio n : 2km s W e s to fHu m b o ld t, S K - 1991 Fre ightlin e r, 3 25 C u m m in s , 1.1 M illio n km s - 1986 K e n w o rth T600A, 3 50 C u m m in s , 3 00,000 km s - 1987 K e n w o rth T600A, 3 406 C a t, 1.2 M illio n km s - 1987 Fo rd L-9000, 3 00 C u m m in s , 63 0,000 km s - 1998 IH Ea gle 9400, 425 C u m m in s , 1.1 M illio n km s - 1989 M a n a c 28’ S e m i Tra ile r, b lu e - 1980 Tra ilm o b ile 3 5’ S e m i Tra ile r, re d - 1965 Bra n tfo rd 45’ S e m i Tra ile r, b la c k R e gis te r On lin e To d a y! Or C a ll o ur Office 306-7 5 7 -17 5 5

Ca na d a Centre - Evra z P la ce R egina , S K.







Ad m is s io n : $10 pe r d a y W e e ke n d P a s s : $15 C h ild re n Un d e r 14: Fre e Bid d e r’s Ba d ge $20

Cheq ues Ac c ep ted w ith An Irrevoc a b le Ba nk Letter Of Cred it.


SUPREME AUCTION SERVICES will conduct a farm equipment and collectable’s auction for Norm Bray, McLean, SK. commencing at 10:00 am Mon., August 15th. For details see or call Ken McDonald 306-695-0121 or Brad Stenberg 306-551-9411. PL#314604.

SHELDON’S HAULING, Haul all farm equipment, air drills and swathers. 306-961-9699 Prince Albert SK

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M cDouga ll Auctioneers Ltd .

P H (306) 75 7-175 5 L IC.#31448 0 OR TOLL FR EE 1-8 00-2 63-4193 PBR FARM AND INDUSTRIAL SALE, last Saturday of each month. Ideal for farmers, contractors, suppliers and dealers. Consign now. Next sale July 30, 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.


DON’T DELAY CONSIGN TODAY! (306) 631-72 07 (Da vid ) (2 04) 2 2 7-9103 (Doug) (306) 690-62 63 (Bob ) w w w.thecollectorca rgroup .com w w w.countryb oya utos a les .ca COUNTR Y BOY ENT. INC. P L#318 2 06 IF YOU OWN or lease a 2010 1184 Rogator high clearance sprayer please call B a c k - Tr a c k I nve s t i gat i o n s t o l l f r e e 1-866-882-4779. We accept calls 8:30 AM to 10:00 PM, 7 days a week.


Gerlof & Christel Pool


Jean Langlois


From DAUPHIN, MB, go 11.3 km (7 miles) West on Hwy 5 to jct. 118, then 1.6 km (1 mile) North.


From DAUPHIN, MB, go 11.3 km (7 miles) West on Hwy 5 to jct. 118, then 1.6 km (1 mile) North.


1992 Case IH 9280 4WD • 1984 Case 4894 4WD • 1982 Case 2290 2WD • 2001 Case IH 2388 Combine • 2004 Case IH 1020 30 Ft Flex Header • Laurier Header Transport • 1987 Case IH 730 30 Ft Pull Type Swather • 1998 Premier 2930 30 Ft Swather • Doonan 500 Bushel Grain Trailer • 2006 Leebur 25-510 T/A Grain Trailer • 1991 Bourgault 546-52 52 Ft Air Drill • 1990 Bourgault 53442 42 Ft Cultivator • International 30 Ft Cultivator • Anderson 50 Harrow Packers • 2000 Bourgault 7200 72 Ft Heavy Harrows • Bourgault WTP 48-52 52 Ft Packers • Degelman R570S Rock Picker • 2005 Spray-Air Trident 3600 110 Ft High Clearance Field • 1997 Krone KR130S Round Baler • Brandt 4500 Grain Vac • Brandt 1360 13 In. x 60 Ft Mechanical Swing Grain Auger • Hi-cap 44 Rotary Grain Cleaner • Westfield J207-41 7 In. x 41 Ft Grain Auger... AND MUCH MORE!


1995 Case IH 9280 4WD • John Deere 4755 MFWD • 1977 Case 970 2WD • 1990 John Deere 9600 Combine • 1995 John Deere 925 25 Ft Rigid Header • 2005 Massey Ferguson 9220 25 Ft Swather • International 1700 Loadstar S/A Grain Truck • Ezee-On 7550 37 Ft Air Drill • Melroe 244 14 Ft Disc Drill • John Deere 610 41 Ft • John Deere 100 9 Ft Cultivator • Allis-Chalmers 3300 20 Ft Tandem Disc • Degelman Strawmaster 7000 70 Ft Heavy Harrows • Summers 110 Ft Field Sprayer • 2000 Gallon Poly Liquid Cart • 2003 Bourgault LFC2000T 1600 Imperial Gallon Liquid Cart • Ez Trail Inc 710 710 Bushel Grain Cart • Sakundiak HD7-1200 7 In. x 40 Ft Grain Auger • Westfield TF100-41 10 In. x 41 Ft Grain Auger • Westfield MK100-71 10 In. x 71 Ft Mechanical Swing Grain Auger • Zettler 175 Bushel Grain Wagon... AND MUCH MORE!

– in conjunction with Jean Langlois Dauphin, MB • July 20, 2011 • 10 am

2001 CASE IH 2388

For up-to-date equipment listings, please check our website: Gerlof Pool: 204.638.6128 (h), FOR MORE INFORMATION: 204.572.5304 (c)

Ritchie Bros. Territory Manager – Daryl Martin: 306.421.5066 Toll Free: 1.800.491.4494

1995 CASE 9280

1992 CASE 9280

– in conjunction with Gerlof & Christel Pool Dauphin, MB • July 20, 2011 • 10 am

For up-to-date equipment listings, please check our website: Jean Langlois: 519.532.0768 FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Ritchie Bros. Territory Manager – Daryl Martin: 306.421.5066 Toll Free: 1.800.491.4494




a u c tions s u m m e r 2011

La ke Proper ty,An tiq u e’s& Collectibles,Bla cksm ith Eq u ipm en t, Sh op Tools& M isc-Pa u lBec

S eller C o n ta ct(s):Pa u l Bec,3 06 -24 2-2979 Au ctio n C o o rd in a to r(s):K im K ra m er,3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000

Ju ly 21st– 10:00 a .m . -Tu rtle La ke,S K Au ctio n Da y Sched u le:10:00 a .m .Sho p To o ls,Bla cksm ith Eq u ipm en t,etc;1:00 p.m .Live In tern et Bid d in g w ith Rea lEsta te Directio n s:Fro m Livelo n g go a ppro x.7 km n o rth then go a ppro x.3.5 km Ea st & 1.75km No rth.Livelo n g islo ca ted betw een Tu rtlefo rd a n d Gla slyn a lo n g Hw y #3.

Pa r tia l Listin g o n ly. Au ctio n w ill fea tu re item s to o n u m ero u s to m en tio n . Pa u l Bec w a sa lifelo n g co llecto r a n d thisa u ctio n sho u ld fea tu re so m ethin g fo r everyo n e. H i-Lites Include: REAL ES TATE FO R AUC TIO N – 5 a cre Tu rtle La ke Esta te a t Evergreen Acres – Tu rtleLa ke,SK . 2300 sq ft w a lko u t ho m e sits o n 5.07 m a n icu red a cres su rro u n d ed o n 3 sid es by evergreen s. Tu rtle La ke shim m ers a bo u t 100 ya rd s a w a y beyo n d the pu blic go lf co u rse w hich is n esteld betw een the pro perty a n d the la ke.O pen Ho u ses:Sa t Ju ly 2n d 11a .m .– 12:00 n o o n & Sa t Ju ly 16th 11:00a .m . – 12:00 n o o n ; TRAILERS M o to rcycle tra iler; AN TIQ UES - W hite Ro se 2 sid ed sign ; Co lem a n d ispla y sta n d ; Asso rtm en t o f o il ca n s, ta ba cco ca n s, etc; 5’ bu ll ho rn s; Asso rtm en t o f ho rse ta ck, co lla rs, sco tch, etc; M a ssey Fergu so n clo cks; 5’ circu la rsa w ;Licen ce pla tes;sn o w sho es;w o o d en bo xes; la m ps & la n tern s;sho e la sts;o ld ca ta lo gu es & bo o ks; bo ttles; ca sh register; w o o d en pho n es; ca bin et ra d io ; ice tho n gs;o ld m a n u a ls;ba by cha ir;o ld tru n ks;Ba kelite ra d io s;CNR-CP in su la to rs;ra ilro a d sw itch la m p;a sso rtm en t o f sea lers;ca st iro n sea t;scho o ld esk;to ps;o a k ba rrel;ho rse clo cks;cro ss cu t sa w sice;bu cksa w s;ca r pa rts & ho o d em blem s; w a go n w heels; spu rs; to gs; a sso rtm en t o f sign s;

Sh erm a n & Elsie a n d Sta n Dju ff

Ju ly 25 th -10 a .m .-Llo yd m in ster,AB (Riverco u rse Area )

Asso rtm en t o fcro cks;bu tterpress;crea m sepa ra to rs (M a ssey Fergu so n );en a m el w a re;a n tiq u e w a shin g m a chin e;a n tiq u e d ishes & m isc co llectibles;w o o d ra n ge; pictu re fra m es; jew elry; bea d ed m o cca sin s; Bu rro u ghs a d d in g m a chin e; a n d m o re S HO P TO O LS & AN TIQ UES - Tim ken Bea rin g Eq u ipped M eta l La the, Cla u sin g M a n u fa ctu rin g Co . O ltu m iva , Io w a , USA; M cCo rm ick Deerin g bea m sca le;40 to n press;Jo hn Deere 1 1/2 hp sta tio n a ry en gin e;Sio u x va lve grin d er; tire cha n ger; 6-12 vo lt ba ttery cha rger; Un iversa l DC co n verter; d rill press; a cetylen e ga u ges;o ld w ren ches;Ro ckw ellBea ver ta ble sa w & ba n d sa w ;w o o d la the;Fa irba n ks pla tfo rm sca le;a n d m o re BLAC K S M ITH TO O LS -The Ho u se Trip Ha m m erCo ld Tire SelterCo .LTD;Ga s Fo rge (pro pa n e);Asso rtm en t o fa n vils; Fo rge blo w ers;a sso rtm en t o f ha n d to o ls & to n gs;ba bbit la d les;leg vise;Peter W right Ca n a d ia n Blo w er;Fo rge;Aja x;M IS C ITEM S -So la rpa n els w /ta n ks;d u ck & geese d eco ys; bin o cu la rs; telesco pes; a n d m o re; ATV’s, RV’s, & BO ATS Y a m a ha sn o w m o bile;Ha rley Da vid so n 3 w heelgo lfca rt;Chrylser 10 hp o u tbo a rd m o to r;12’a lu m bo a t;C O N S IG N M EN T Fro m Arthu r Do rva l Ph:3 06 -84 5 -3 070 - 1999 Ca rd in a l27’5th w heeltra iler,o n e la rge slid e,ru bber ro o f,sleeps fo u r,rea r kitchen ,po w erja cks,Ho n d a gen era to r;a n d m o re.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 . S eller C o n ta ct(s):S herm a n a n d S ta n Dju ff,780-875 -85 06 Au ctio n C o o rd in a to r(s):K im K ra m er o r N eil K ra m er 3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000

Au ctio n Da y Sched u le:10 a m Sho p to o ls& m isc fa rm ssu pply;11 a m Ho rse Ta ck,ha rn ess,etc.;12 n o o n Live In tern et Bid d in g w ith a n tiq u e a u to m o biles; fo llo w ed by fa rm eq u ipm en t a n d gra in bin s. Directio n s:Fro m Llo yd m in stergo 39 km (a ppro x)so u th o n Hw y#17 to fa rm a ccessro a d #454 then go 3 m ilesw est a n d 8 m ilesSo u th. H i-Lites Include: TRAC TO RS - 1980 JD 8440 4w d tra cto r, o rigin a l;1977 ChryslerNew Y o rkerBro u gha m 2 d rca r,440 V8,a u to ,36,573 m iles q u a d tra n s, pto , 6483 hrs sho w in g Degelm a n 12-1AT sho w in g;o ther u n its fo r pa rts o r resto ra tio n ;1977 Chrysler New Po rt 4 d r ca r; d o zerbla d e;1990 JD 4455 M FW D tra cto r& JD 265 FEL,p/ 1977 Do d ge Da yto n a 2 d rca r;1976 Do d ge Ro ya lM o n a co Bro u gha m 4 d rsta tio n s tra n s,d u a lpto ,7’bu cket w / teeth & gra pple,8488 hrs w a go n ;1976 Chrysler New Y o rker Bro u gha m 2 d r ca r;1975 Chrysler Im peria l sho w in g;1975 CIVo lvo 850 2 w d tra cto r,810 Tu rbo ,d u a l LeBa ro n 2 d r ca r;1974 Chrysler Im peria lLeBa ro n 4 d r ca r;1973 Chrysler New pto 4875 hrs sho w in g;S EEDIN G & TILLAG E – JD 230 28’ Y o rkerBro u gha m 4 d rca r;1973 ChryslerIm peria l4 d rca r;1973 ChryslerIm peria l ta n d em d isc;Flexico ilSystem 95 30’ha rro w pa cker ba r; LeBa ro n 4 d r ca r;1973 Chrysler Im peria lLe Ba ro n 4 d r ca r;1972 Chrysler New JD 1000 35’ cu ltiva to r; Cra igs M fg 4 w heel ro o t ra ke; Y o rkerBro u gha m 4 d rca r;1972 Plym o u th Fu ry II4 d rca r;1972 ChryslerNew Po rt Ca lho u n e 450 fertilizersprea d er;n G RAIN HAN DLIN G & Cu sto m 4 d rca r;1972 ChryslerNew Y o rker4 d rca r;1971 ChryslerNew po rt 4 d r S TO RAG E -Sa ku n d ia k HD8-1600 gra in a u ger;2 -W esteel ca r;1971 Chrysler New Po rt Cu sto m 4 d r ca r;1970 Chrysler 2 d r ha rd to p;1968 Ro sco 3400 bu gra in bin s o n w o o d flo o rs;W esteelRo sco Chrysler Im peria l4 d r ca r;1967 Plym o u th Va lia n t Sign et 2 d r ca r;1967 Chrysler 3700 bu gra in bin ;Steelta n k fo rgra in sto ra ge;HAY IN G Im peria l Cro w n 4 d r ca r; 1967 Chrysler Cro w n Co u pe Im peria l 2 d r ca r; 1962 & LIVES TO C K - JD 500 ro u n d ba ler;W o o d s HD-315 15’ Chrysler Im peria l Cro w n 2 d r ca r;1959 Chrysler New Y o rker 4 d r ca r;2 - 1980 w in g-type m o w er;Q ty o f va rio u s sized pa n els & ga tes; Plym o u th 4 d rco m pa ct ca r;1980 Do d ge 150 Po w erW a go n 4 w d picku p;Do d ge D30 Dia m o n d J ca ttle sq u eeze;IN DUS TIAL - Allis Cha lm ers 1 to n d u a lly va n bo d y;1975 Do d ge Ad ven tu rer SE Clu b Ca b 200 2w d pick u p;1974 HD16 cra w ler d o zer;Ro m e TBW -28-28 plo w ;1983 Un iversa lIn d .o ilfield ta n k,15’ Do d ge Clu b Ca b 200 Ad ven tu rerSpo rt 2w d pick u p;1968 Fa rgo Cu sto m Ca b picku p; 3” d ia m eter,24’height,1/8-3/16” m a teria l;HEAVY TRUC K S -1974 Do d ge 800 t/a 1968 Fa rgo Ca m per Specia l3/4 to n reg ca b picku p tru ck;1961 Do d ge 100 pick u p gra in tru ck,555 Cu m m in s,13 spd tra n s,20’w o o d bo x,102,328 km sho w in g;1975 tru ck;TRAILERS -1974 Tra ilm o bile 45`va n tra iler;W y-Lee 18’gn sto ck tra iler;W y-Lee Do d ge 600 s/a gra in tru ck w / 360 V8, 4+2 tra n s, 14’ w o o d bo x, 17,776 m iles Sho w K in g 2 ho rse 14’tra iler;LAW N & G ARDEN - JD 212 ga rd en tra cto r;JD 180 sho w in g;1973 Do d ge 500 s/a gra in tru ck w / 318 V8,4+2 tra n s,15’steel bo x, ga rd en tra cto r;JD 8’K illeferbo x bla d e;ATV’s,RV’s & BO ATS -1997 Tra vela ire TW 252 25,932 m iles sho w in g;1952 Do d ge s/a gra in tru ck;1951 Do d ge 1 to n gra in tru ck; 5th w heelho lid a y tra iler,t/a ,elec slid e,a w n in g,rea r kitchen ,m id ba th,a /c,skylight, TRUC K S & AN TIQ UE AUTO M O BILES - 2003 Do d ge Ra m 2500 La ra m ie ext ca b o u tsid e sho w er;Sterlin g 14’a lu m bo a t;Sn o w Cru isersn o w m o bile,w id e tra ck,reverse; pick u p tru ck,sho rt bo x,5.7L Hem iM a gn u m ,a u to ,fibregla ss bo x co ver,24,385 Ho rse Ta ck – Sa n ta Cla u s cu tter; Chro m e trim m ed pa ra d e sa d d le; En glish rid in g km sho w in g km sho w in g;1958 Chrysler Im peria lLeBa ro n 4 d r ca r,392 V8 Hem i, sa d d le;An tiq u e w estern sa d d le;An tiq u e child ren po n y sa d d le;W estern rid in g sa d d le; pu sh bu tto n a u to ,44,032 m iles sho w in g;1959 ChryslerIm peria lLeBa ro n 4 d rca r, Set o f light tea m d rivin g ha rn ess; co m plete set o f sin gle ra ce ho rse ha rn ess; lg 413 V8,pu sh bu tto n a u to ,sta in less steelro o f,69,118 m iles sho w in g;1962 Chrysler selectio n o fha rn ess & ta ck;M isc An tiq u es – Co les a n tiq u e sto ve;En terprise a n tiq u e Im peria lCro w n 4 d r ca r,413 V8,pu sh bu tto n a u to ,39,969 m iles sho w in g;1964 co o k sto ve;W estfa lia crea m sepa ra to r;co a lo illa m p;a n d m o re;S electio n o fAn tiq u e Chrysler New Y o rker 2 d r ha rd to p ca r,413 V8,pu sh bu tto n a u to ,bu cket sea ts, Eq u ip m en t;S ho p To o ls& M isc S u p p ly;a n d m o re. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly – S ee fu ll list 39,452 m iles sho w in g,resto red ;1964 Chrysler New Y o rker 4 d r ca r,413 V8,a u to 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 pu sh bu tto n ,o rigin a l,25,359 m iles sho w in g;1972 Chrysler New Po rt Ro ya l2 d r fo r m o re in fo rm a tio n . ha rd to p ca r, w / Chrysler 400 V8, co n so le shift, a u to , 83,745 m iles sho w in g,

W illia m & Helen W oykin

Ju ly 26 th -11 a .m .-La n g ha m ,S K

S eller C o n ta ct(s):W illia m W o ykin ,3 06 -283 -4 770 Au ctio n C o o rd in a to r(s):Bren d a n K ra m er o r K im K ra m er 3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000

Au ctio n Da y Sched u le:11:00AM :Sho p to o ls& m isc fa rm su pply fo llo w ed by Ho u seho ld & An tiq u es1:00PM :Live In tern et Bid d in g & M a jo rEq u ipm en t Directio n s:Fro m the to p o fthe hillo n the Ea st sid e o fthe Bo rd en Brid ge o n Hw y#16 & Rg Ro a d #3085 go 2 1/4 m ilesSo u th,2 m ilesW est a n d 1/2 m ile So u th H i-Lites Include: TRAC TO RS - 1992 Ca se IH 7110 M a gn u m 2w d tra cto rw /132 pto hp,po w ershift tra n s, d u a l pto , 18.4-38 d u a ls, 1274 hrs sho w in g; M in n ea po lis U 2w d tra cto r; C O M BIN ES & AC C ES S O RIES - 1979 NH TR70 sp co m bin e w / 960 13’ p/u hea d er, M elro e 378 p/u , 3208 CAT, 1686 hrs sho w in g; S W ATHERS - In tern a tio n a l 75 21’ pt sw a ther; S EEDIN G &

TILLAG E - M F 36 12’ d iscer; Flexico il System 82 60’ ha rro w ba r; M o rris CP725 25’ cu ltiva to r;G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E -Un verferth M cCu rd y 275 bu gra in w a go n ; W hea thea rt 8”x51’a u ger & m o ver,K o hler 25hp m o to r;Po o l6”x40’a u ger;SPRAY ING In la n d 68’field spra yer;HAY IN G & LIVES TO C K -M a ssey 7’sickle m o w er;Ca se ro ll-a -ba r ha y ra ke; In tern a tio n a l m a n u re sprea d er; LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS - 1973 Do d ge Ad ven tu rer 300 1 to n gra in tru ck w / 360 V8,4 spd ,W esteel8’x12’steelbo x,52,554 m iles sho w in g; 1951 Chevro let 1430 1 to n tru ck; S ho p Eq u ip m en t & To o ls; M isc Ho u seho ld & An tiq u es a n d m o re. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly – S ee fu ll lista 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 .

S eller C o n ta ct(s):G o rd o n K u rb is3 06 -94 8-276 5 Au ctio n C o o rd in a to r(s):Bren d a n K ra m er 3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000

Gord on K u rbis

Ju ly 27th -11 a .m .-Big g a r,S K

Au ctio n Da y Sched u le:11:00AM :M isc sho p to o ls& fa rm su pply fo llo w ed by Ho u seho ld 1:00PM :Live In tern et Bid d in g fo llo w ed by Gra in Bin s Directio n s:Fro m Bigga rgo 8 m ilesNo rth to 8 m ile Ro a d a n d 1/2 m ile W est (tu rn @ the Ca ctu s) H i-Lites Include: TRAC TO RS - 1985 JD 8450 4w d tra cto r, 5682 hrs sho w in g; 1961 JD 4010 2w d tra cto r w / ca b; C O M BIN ES & AC C ES S O RIES - 1981 JD 7720 Tu rbo s/p co m bin e w / JD p/u , 2783 hrs sho w in g;S W ATHERS 1980 Versa tile 4400 s/p 22’ sw a ther; K o en d ers 8’ po ly ta pered sw a th ro ller;S EEDIN G & TILLAG E -JD 9350 d o u ble d isc press d rill;M elro e 204 24’(2-12’s)press d rills;M o rris M a gn u m 35’cu ltiva to r;1982 Co o p Im plem en ts 279 41’


light d u ty cu ltiva to r;Degelm a n 570 ro ck picker;G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E REM 1026 gra in va c;Fa rm K in g 10”x70’sw in g gra in a u ger;Fa rm K in g 8”x50’pto gra in a u ger;Sa ku n d ia k 7”x41’gra in a u ger;2 -ChiefW estla n d 4000 bu ho ppergra in bin s;2 W esteel Ro sco 1650 bu gra in bin ; S PRAY IN G - 1997 M elro e 220 Spra Co u pe, 60’ bo o m s,Ra ven GPS co n tro ller,1113 hrssho w in g;HEAVY TRUC K S -1980 Chevro let C60 s/a gra in tru ck, 350 V8, 5+2 tra n s, Un ivisio n 14’ bo x, 122,347 km sho w in g; 1974 Chevro let C65 s/a gra in tru ck,327 V8,5+2 tra n s,16’steelbo x;LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS - 1973 Chevro let Cheyen n e Su per 10 2w d 1/2 to n lo n g bo x tru ck; Ta n ks S ho p Eq u ip m en t,To o ls & M isc a n d m o re. Pa rtia l listin g o n ly – S ee fu ll lista 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 .


O N LIN E AT ThisListin g IsO n ly A Gu ide An d In No W a y A Gu a ra n tee O fS ize,Description O rYea r.

1.800.5 29.995 8

K ra m er Au ctio n S a lesLtd . Bo x 1807,N o r th Ba ttlefo rd ,S K S 9A 3 W 8 S K PL #914 6 18 •AB PL #206 95 9

FARM & ANTIQUE EQUIP. AUCTION Linda Langford & The Late Ken Langford Southey, Sk. (306) 775-2801 or (306) 693-3496

SAT., JULY 23 - 10:00 am. 9 miles South of Southey on #6 Hwy., 1 mile Northeast 1984 Versatile 875 Series 3 4WD Tractor *1984 Case 2094 Tractor *1980 Case 2290 Tractor *1965 JD 4020 Tractor w/FEL *MM G705 2WD Tractor *DC6 Caterpillar, dozer blade, needs repair *Caterpillar #22 w/FEL *1958 MM 5 Star Tractor, restored *MM M670 Tractor, FEL *Cockshutt 80 Tractor *1939 JD AR Unstyled Tractor *Co-op 30 Tractor *WD6 Tractor *MH 44 Tractor, blade *MM 5 Star Tractor *Cockshutt 30 Tractor w/post pounder *MM B705 Tractor *MM 445 Tractor w/FEL *2 MM Jet Star Tractors *MM M670 Tractor, FEL *AC Tractor w/belt pulley *MM Industrial Tractor *1983 GMC Sierra 3500 1-ton Truck, no box *1978 GMC 6000 3-ton Grain Truck *1985 GMC 3500 1-ton Dually Truck, flatdeck, propane *1992 Chev 1500 1/2 ton Ext. Cab Truck *1968 GMC 930 1-ton Truck, flatdeck w/hoist *GMC 950 2-ton Truck *1951 Chev 1430 2-ton Truck *Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Truck *21’ Ind. Trailer *37’ Morris Cult., 3 plex, tine harrows *28’ Case IH 7200 Hoe Drills *16’ Degelman Bush Plow *60’ Fab Tec pull type Sprayer *18’ Case Cult. *10’ Breaking Disc *Schulte Rock Picker *MM Sickle Mower *Degelman Rockpicker *18’ MF #360 Discer *48’ Harrow Drawbar w/tine harrows *12’ JD Cult. *JD 330 Rd. Baler *NH 358 Mix Mill *9’ NH 479 Haybine *Cockshutt Side Delivery Rake *NH Sq. Baler *JD #7720 Titan II diesel SP Combine, spreaders, pickup table w/swathmaster pickup *24’ JD Straight Cut Header *Walinga Grain Vac, own trailer *Versatile 400 SP Swather *Poly Swath Roller *Grain Augers *2750 Bu. Westeel Hopper Bin *16’ Lund Aluminum Boat, Trailer, 20 hp. Mercury motor Doug Reimche (306) 775-2801 -1949 JD B Row Crop Tractor, runs *1946 JD AR Tractor, unstyled, runs *Minneapolis U Tractor, belt pulley, runs *JD Side Delivery Rake *12’ JD Cult.

FARM & HAYING EQUIP. AUCTION Ralph Mulatz Glenbain, Sk. (306) 264-3625 MON., JULY 25 - 10:00 am. 4 miles E. of Glenbain, Sk. on Super Grid Road 1990 Case IH 7110 diesel Tractor *Leon 790 FEL *1986 JD 4650 diesel Tractor *Allied Buhler 795 FEL *MF 165 diesel Tractor, 3 pt. ht. *IH TD 20 Caterpillar *Ford 9N gas Tractor, 3 pt. ht., new tires *McCormick W6 gas Tractor *1977 GMC 6500 Heavy Duty 3-ton Grain Truck *1975 GMC 4-ton Tandem Truck *1975 Chev Custom Deluxe 30 1-ton Dually Truck, w/air compressor, flatdeck, winch, heavy bumper & ht. for towing *2004 24’ 5Wh. Trailtech Flatdeck Trailer w/beaver tail w/loading ramps *2002 Kenworth Transport 6000 Hwy. Tractor, 13 sp. trans, sleeper, 11R22.5 tires, sliding air 5thWh plate *1978 Ford Louisville 9000 Hwy. Tractor, 13 sp. trans., 1000 x 22.5 tires, sliding 5thWh *50’ Fruehauf Highboy Trailer, 11R22.5 new tires, bale rack *40’ Morris CP-631 Cult., 3 plex *33’ Friggstad Cult., 3 plex *39’ JD 1600 Cult., 3 plex *48’ Edwards Rodweeder *30’ MF 360 Discers *24’ Hutch Master Breaking Tandem Disc *42’ IH 7200 Hoe Drills *90’ Brandt Field Sprayer *24’ MF Cult., 3 plex *50’ Flexicoil Systems 92 Harrow Drawbar, tine harrows, P30 packers *44’ Demco Truck Sprayer *18’ MF 360 Discer *Leon 3000 Rockpicker *Prairie Built 2compart. Haul All *2003 Precision Steel Frt. Mount FEL Tree Mover, can be adapted to 3 pt. ht., fully hyd. (Only moved 20 trees) *1997 JD CTS SP diesel Combine, lrg. swing out auger, straw chopper, chaff spreaders, hst., twin rotors, buddy seat, 30.5 x 32 frt. tires, 14.9 x 24 back tires, rock trap w/JD 914 Pickup Table w/JD 14’ 3 roller pickup, 2297 sep. hrs., 3100 engine hrs. (3000 acres on New Concaves & rub bars) (This Combine sells subject to the owners acceptance of the highest bid) *30’ Honeybee Straight Cut Draper Header, U2 Pickup Reel, JD adapter, pea auger *1983 MF 860 SP diesel Combine w/Melroe 388 pickup *1983 MF 860 SP diesel Combine w/Victory pickup *Case IH 1682 Axial Flow pto Combine, low acres *11’ Rake Up Pickup *2 - 24’ MF 9024 Rigid Headers *24’ Crary Air Reel *1983 22 1/2’ SP Versatile 4400 Swather *U2 Pickup Reel *30’ JD 590 pto Swather *36’ Westward 3000 pto Swather *Grain Augers *Poly Swath Roller *2002 JD #1600A 16’ Hydroswing Haybine *16’ Hesston 1170 Hydroswing Haybine *2006 Bourgault #1650 RBM Rd. Bale Hay Hiker *JD 566 & 567 Rd. Balers *10’ Star Industries Land Leveller *10’ Dozer Blade *5’ JD 205 Gyro Mower *Miller Matic 252 Mig Welder *Solar 2145 Mig Welder Terms: 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.


Z A B L O S K Y B R OT H E R S ( J o e a n d Frank), Yellow Creek, SK on Saturday, August 6 at 9:30 AM! Featuring: Tractors: JD 4320; JD 4020. Combine: Cockshutt 5542 SP. Grain Truck: 1972 Ford 750 COE. Trailer: 4 wheel rubber tire farm wagon. Press Drills: International 100 21’. Drill Carrier: Smith-Roles 24’. Tandem Disc: JD 10’ light duty. Discer: Two, JD 12’. Cultivators: International 645 27.5’; International 15. Swathers, dozer blade, antique equip., augers, square balers, rockpicker, and more!! Call Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075 PL #915407.


AUCTION SATURDAY JULY 23rd, 9:00AM, Muenster, SK. Yard/Garden/Shop: Riding lawn mower, snow blower, mulcher. Appliances: Upright freezer, fridge. Furniture: Bedroom, living room, kitchen. Ant i q u e s / C o l l e c t i b l e s : Q u e b e c h e at e r. Household: Handmade quilts. And more! Phone/Fax 306-367-4925, Kirsch Auctions PL# 908445.

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tra cto r,12 spd po w ershift tra n s,18.4-38 d u a ls, 628 hrs sho w in g; 1981 Ca se 4490 4w d tra cto r; JD 7520 4w d tra cto r;2W D & M FW D TRAC TO RS - In tern a tio n a l50 88 2w d ;JD 4430 2w d ;W hite 2-155 2w d tra cto r;JD 1030 2w d tra cto r;JD 3010 2w d tra cto r;1986 Un iversa l850DT M FW D tra cto r w / K NW 950 high lift FEL;M F165 2w d tra cto r w / M F 23 FEL; Leo n 1600 gra pple; JD 3010 2w d tra cto r; AN TIQ UE TRAC TO RS – JD 710 tra cto r;JD 80;JD B 2w d ro w cro p tra cto r;JD M T 2w d ro w cro p tra cto r;JD A 2w d ro w cro p tra cto r;C O M BIN ES – 2001 CAT Lexio n 470 s/p co m bin e;2 -1994 JD 9600 s/p co m bin es;1992 JD 9500 s/ p co m bin e;1990 JD 9500 s/p co m bin e;1989 Ca se IH 1680; 1996 New Ho lla n d TR98;1997 NH TR98;1994 NH TR97; 1988 NH TR96;1991 NH TX 36;1986 M a ssey Fergu so n 860; 1986 JD 7721 Tita n II;1992 Ca se IH 1660 s/p co m bin e w / 1015 hea d er& Sw a thm a sterp/u ,1958 hrs sho w in g;1982 NH TR 85 s/p co m bin e,2940 hrs sho w in g;1982 NH TR85 s/ p co m bin e,3840 ho u rs sho w in g;1986 JD 7721 Tita n IIp/t co m bin e;1984 JD 7721 p/t co m bin e;1986 JD 7721 Tita n IIp/t co m bin e;Ca se IH 1682 p/t co m bin e;NH TR98 s/p co m bin e,1820 thr / 3273 en g hrs sho w in g;NH TR98 s/p co m bin e, 2367 thr / 3010 en g hrs sho w in g; 1991 NH TX 36 s/p co m bin e; 1983 In tern a tio n a l1482 p/t co m bin e;a n d n u m ero u s o thers;HEADERS – 99 Ca se IH 1042 36’hea d er;1999 Ho n ey Bee 994 36’d ra perhea d er;Ho n eybee SP30 30’hea d er;1993 Ho n eybee 30’str cu t hea d er;2 –NH 973 24’flex hea d ers;Ca se IH 1010 25’str cu t hea d er;Tra iltech SS6000HT hea d ertra n spo rt;1997 Ho n ey Bee SP39 39’strcu t hea d er; JD 222 22’str cu t hea d er;NH 970 24’stra ight cu t hea d er;NH 971 24’stra ight cu t hea d er;M a cDo n 960 30’d ra per hea d er;M a cDo n 960 25’d ra per hea d er;a n d m a n y m o re;PULL TY PE S W ATHERS & AC C ES S O RIES – o ver25 pt sw a thers in clu d in g 1996 Ca se IH 8820 s/p sw a ther;1989 JD 2360 s/p sw a ther;S ELF PRO PELLED S W ATHERS 1986 M a ssey Fergu so n 885 s/p sw a ther w / 30’hea d er,1850 hrs sho w in g;2000 Ca se 8825 s/p 25’sw a ther,1738 hrs sho w in g;a n d n u m ero u s o thers;S EEDIN G & TILLAG E Allis Cha lm ers 18’ ta n d em d isc; Degelm a n R570S grd d rive ro ckpicker; M o rris M a gn u m CP631 cu ltiva to r;K ello bu ilt 250 10’ta n d em d isc;Ro ck o m a tic TM 12 10’ro ck ra ke; M o rris 8018 ho e d rill; Jo hn Deere 235 22’ ta n d em d isc; a n d m o re; LARG E S ELEC TIO N O F AUG ERS & G RAIN HAN DLIN G EQ UIPM EN T – o ver 30 a u gers SPRAY ING - 1998 W ilm a r Ra n ger 7200 90’s/p field spra yer,2000 hrs sho w in g;1991 Spra -Co u pe high clea ra n ce s/p spra yer;HAY IN G & LIVES TO C K – 1991 New Id ea 5114 14’ m o w er co n d itio n er; NH 14’ha ybin e; 1999 HighLin e 6800 ba le pro cesso r; 1998 Highlin e 6800 ba le pro cesso r;1984 NH 358 m ixm ill;2001 HiQ u a lpo rta ble lo a d in g chu te;2 - Elia s M le sca le/m o ver;New Ho lla n d 354 m ixm ill;New Ho lla n d 1000 sta cklin er;1999 HighLin e 6800 ba le pro cesso r;a n d m u ch m o re;BALERS – 1999 Ca se IH RS 561 ro u n d ba ler;New Id ea 4865 ro u n d ba ler;1989 NH 853;NH 660 ro u n d ba ler; 2003 Ca se IH RBX 562 ro u n d ba ler;HEAVY TRUC K S - 2000 In tern a tio n a lEa gle 9900i ta n d em a xle highw a y tra cto r,500hp Detro it en gin e,13 spd o /d tra n s,12x40 a xles, a lu m in u m rim s,11x24.5 ru bber,51” m id rise sleeper,a irrid e su spen sio n ,Tru ck w illbe so ld w ith recen t Sa fety 919,135 km sho w in g;2004 K en w o rth W 900L highw a y tra cto r; 1992 Freightlin erca bo vertru ck;2000 Peterbilt 377 ta n d em a xle gra in tru ck,475 CAT, 13 spd tra n s,Ultra cellbo x;2002 Freightlin er FL70 s/a gra in tru ck,3126 CAT d iesel,6 spd , New Co u rtn ey Berg 16’steel bo x; 1980 GM C Briga d ier t/a gra in tru ck;1980 Chevro let 60 sin gle a xle gra in tru ck;1978 In tern a tio n a l1700 ta n d em a xle gra in tru ck; 1988 In tern a tio n a lS1900 Stea m erTru ck 466,5 spd ,Pressu re W a sher:Ho tsy BTU;1966 Fo rd 500 sin gle a xle gra in tru ck;a n d m o re;LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS -2004 Do d ge Ra m

Fa rm Au ctio n f o r Da le Co u tts .

Fa rm Auction for Don a nd Donna Thom s on ofAls a s k, S a s k. W EDNES DAY JULY 2 7 AT 10:00AM

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Deliver y Dea d lin e:W ed n esd a y Ju n e 20th – 4 :00 p.m .Deliver y Tim es: M on d a y to Frid a y 8:00 a .m .– 4 :00 p.m .M ore item s a re bein g a d d ed d a ily, plea se visit w w w.kra m era u ction .com for d eta ils.

3500 4x4 q u a d ca b 1 to n d u a lly w / Cu m m in s d iesel,a u to tra n s,lea ther in terio r, 109,019km s sho w in g;2008 Fo rd X LT F150 4w d exten d ed ca b tru ck;2002 Fo rd F150 Su perca b 2w d ;Nu m ero u s o thervehicles;C O LLEC TIBLE VEHIC LES -1965 GM C 910 2w d regu la rca b tru ck,4 spd m a n u a l,O RIGINAL CO NDITIO N,54,282 m iles sho w in g; TRAILERS -2004 Do epkerTrid em gra in tra iler,3 cen tre d u m p ho ppers M ichels ro ll ta rp,d u a lgu a ges,a lu m in u m w ra p fen d ers;2006 Lo d e K in g su per B gra in Tra ilers, cu rren t sa fety;2010 Ro ya lX R5 Ca rgo Tra iler 5X 10;2009 Ro ya lX R Extra Ta llCa rgo Tra iler 7X 16;2009 Ro ya lX R Extra Ta llCa rgo Tra iler 7X 16;2009 Ro ya lX R Ca r Ha u ler 8.5X 22;2010 Na sh Ca rHigh Q u a lity AllAlu m in u m En clo sed Tra iler,Len gth-22’+5’vn o se;2010 Su re Tra c Lo w Pro file Deck-o ver,Len gth-20’,W id th-8’5’;So u thla n d 18’ Fla td eck, Len gth-18’;W id th-8’6”; Nu m ero u s o ther tra ilers; W ELDER & W ELDIN G S K ID -2006 Lin co ln Cla ssic 300D W eld er (K u bo ta 35.5hp d iesel)& W eld in g Skid w / Cu sto m Arc Dia l,w eld in g ca bles & reels,o xy/a cetelyn e ho ses & gu a ges,2595hrs sho w in g;G O O D S ELEC TIO N O R LAW N & G ARDEN EQ UIPM EN T O THER M IS C EQ UIPM EN T -30FT X 65FT X 15FT High Ceilin g Do u ble Do o red Sto ra ge Shelter;2 20’x30’x12’Co m m ercia lSto ra ge Ca n o py;3 -20 ft x 40 ft 4-Sid ed Co m m ercia lPa rty Ten t;3 - 16 ft x 22 ft M a rq u ee Even t Ten t;HO LIDAY C AM PERS - 2006 No rthsho re 31FG-DSL 31’ta n d em a xle ho lid a y ca m per,d u a lslid e-o u ts;2008 Pa lo m in o Sa bre 28 RETS 5th w heel ha rd w a ll ho lid a y ca m per, po w erja cks,31’, triple slid es; 2004 K eysto n e Co u ga r 304 34’bu m per ho lid a y pu ll ca m per tra iler,ha rd w a ll,sleeps 8, d o u ble slid e;1989 M a lla rd 24’5th w heelho lid a y ca m per;ATV’s & BO ATS TREES & S HRUBS Q TY O F N EW TIRES N EW S HO P TO O LS & M IS C a n d m u ch m o re. Com plete Dispersa lfor Dou g Da n iels ofCoch in – Con ta ct:Dou g Da n iels (3 06) 3 86-25 3 2 or (3 06)3 74 -24 4 4 – TRAC TO RS - 1998 Agco Allis 9735 M FW D tra cto r, 125 pto hp,18/6 po w ershift tra n s w /shu ttle shift,d u a lpto ,1588 hrs sho w in g;JD 10’ d o zer bla d e;C O M BIN ES & AC C ES S O RIES - 1994 Agco Glea n er R62 s/p co m bin e, 285 hp Cu m m in s d iesel,sprea d er,Victo ry Su per8 p/u ,cho pper,1667 thr/2133 en g hrs sho w in g;Deu tz Allis 324 24’stra ight cu t hea d er;S EEDIN G & TILLAG E -EzeeO n 3550 24’a ird rillw /EzeeO n 2210 pu llbehin d ca rt;Ro ck O M a tic 546 pto ro ckpicker; G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E - Field kin g 740 7” x 40’gra in a u ger;S PRAY IN G 2002 Flexico il67X L 90’sin gle a xle high clea ra n ce field spra yer;Bra n d t 60’t/a field spra yer;HEAVY TRUC K S -1987 Fo rd LTL9000 t/a gra in tru ck,3406B CAT d iesel,13 spd tra n s,20’Ultra cell bo x w / ro ll ta rp;1966 In tern a tio n a l 1500 s/a gra in tru ck; LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS -1974 GM C Sierra Cla ssis15 4w d tru ck;a n d m o re. Com plete Dispersa lfor th e Sta n Billa rd Esta te -Seller Con ta ct(s):Ba rb Billa rd (3 06)4 4 5 -03 5 0 – TRAC TO RS - 1997 Ca se IH 9350 4w d tra cto r,310 en g hp M 11 Cu m m in s,3000hrs sho w in g;1959 JD 530 a n tiq u e tra cto r;Ca se 730 Co m fo rt K in g 2w d d ieseltra cto r;S W ATHERS -1996 Ca se IH 8820 25’sw a ther,UIIp/u reel,1390hrs sho w in g; S EEDIN G & TILLAG E - 2006 Degelm a n Stra w m a ster 7000 50’ hea vy ha rro w ba r,+/-1500 a cres u se;M o rris 8900 41’a ir seed er cu ltiva to r;Flexico il1720 to w behin d a irta n k;1991 Ca se IH 8100 41’cu ltiva to r;Flexico ilSystem 95 50’ha rro w pa ckerba r;Alteen 14’ta n d em d isc;Ro m e Plo w TM R-12 12’brea kin g plo w ;Co n veyAllho ppered fertilizer ta n k;G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E - 3 - Tw ister 2300bu ho ppered gra in bin s;W esteel2300bu ho ppered gra in bin ;Q ty o fo ther gra in bin s; 1999 Bra n d t 4500 gra in va c; SPRAY ING - W ilger 60’ field spra yer; HAY IN G & LIVES TO C K – NH 273 sq u a re ba ler; HEAVY TRUC K S - Fo rd L9000 Cu sto m Ca b ta n d em a xle gra in tru ck,Detro it 6cyld iesel,10spd tra n s,Ren n 20’bo x;Fo rd 750 ca bo ver s/a gra in tru ck;LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS - Fo rd F350 Cu sto m 2w d tru ck; TRAILERS -Ra in bo w 16’ta n d em a xle ca r ha u ler tra iler;S HO P TO O LS & M IS C a n d m u ch m o re. 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 .


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TR AC TO R S : 1986 3594 C a s eIH FW A 2750 hou rs -on e ow n er. 1975 4430 3734 hou rs . 1981 7010 Bela ru s 3211 hou rs . 1979 7010 Bela ru s 4953 hou rs . 7010 Bela ru s . BA CKHO E: 1956 Ford s on M a jor G a s Ba ck hoe Da vis Hoe a n d FEL 2 bu ck ets 12ft. Boom . H AR V ES TIN G : 1990 8570 M F S P Com bin e 9006 Hea d er 12ft. Victory S u p er 8 Pick u p 2050 Hou rs . 1984 1482 IHC A xia l Flow PTO C om bin e 6 belt p ick u p S hed d ed . 2-28ft. M od el 75 IH C PTO S w a thers . 12x24 Fa rm ha n d S ta ck M over. M ACHIN ER Y : 1998 14ft. Pia tra Nea m tBrea k in g Dis c 28in . Notched Bla d ed . 2-40ft. CCIL Deep Tilla g e cu ltiva tors . 60ft. Flexicoil S ys tem 95 Ha rrow Pa ck er Ba r P20 Pa ck ers Dia m on d H a rrow s . 35ft. M orris M a g n u m C P731 C u ltiva tor c/ w tin es a n d G a n d y A p p lica tor. 98ft. Flexicoil 62 S p ra yer PTO Pu m p C hem H a n d ler 800g a l ta n k . 546 Rock om a tic PTO Rock Pick er. 20ft. W hite 253 Ta n d em Dis c. 24ft. JD 100 cu ltiva tor. 27ft. C C IL Deep Tilla g e Cu ltiva tor. 45ft. CCIL G 100 Dis cers (3x15). 36ft. C C IL G 100 Dis cers (2x18) TR U C KS : 1976 6000 G M C 8½ x14ft. S teel Box Rollover Ta rp S how s 34919 m iles . 1971 Dod g e 700 8x17½ S teel Box Rollover Ta rp . 1979 Dod g e ½ ton . 1988 C hev 1500 S ilvera d o A u tom a tic-s hed d ed . 1956 IH C S 150 11ft. Fla td eck a n d Hois t Du a l W heels . TR UCKS N O T R UN N IN G : 1966 1700 IHC Ta n d em A xle G ra vel Tru ck 13ft. Box & Hois t. 1951 G M C 9700 Fla td eck . 1981 Ford F150. 1981 C hev ½ ton . C O LLEC TO R TR U C K: 1941 Dod g e ¾ ton Fa ctory S tep s id e Lon g Boxru n n in g w hen p a rk ed . AUG ER S : 10x61 W es tfield M K100 M D S w in g A w a y. 2-7x37 S a k u n d ia k .W es tg a te En d G a te Drill Fill. Y AR D: 1939 4 Ya rd Richa rd s on Hyd ra u lic S cra p er. S hop Bu ilt Ta n d em A xle Tra iler. Pon d W in d m ill- on tra iler. 8ft. Fa rm k in g S n ow Blow er M od el 960S B. 3p t Hitch Pota to Dig g er. 3p t. Hitch Pos t Hole A u g er. 10ft. 3p t hitch cu ltiva tor. AN TIQ UE: 3 LH-LB Pu m p En g in e 1½ - 2½ -on e res tored . M cCorm ick Deerin g Feed G rin d er. BIN S : 2- 3800 bu s . W es teel. 6-2700 bu s . W es teel Ros co. 2 Plyw ood Hop p ers . G R AIN CLEAN ER & DR Y ER : Ca rter Dis c Cylin d erS ep a ra torG ra in Clea n erc/ w Dis cha rg e A u g er O verhea d hop p er V4 W is con s in –u n it is on tra iler. M orra g er Ba tch Dryer. TAN KS . S HO P, Y AR D. M IS C.

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M A NZ’ S A UC TIONEER ING S ER VIC E D A VID S ON, SK. LACKEY AUCTIONEERS ANNOUNCE the Dan McPhee Equipment, Vehicles and Tools Auction, Sat., July 30, 10:00 AM. McPhee acreage, east side of Ceylon, SK. Vehicles: 1984 IH S1600 3 ton, 7.3 dsl., w/NH 791 manure spreader; 1993 GMC 2500, 6.5 dsl., ext. cab; 1992 Ford F150, ext. cab, 79,000 kms.; Baja 250 quad., less than 100 miles. Tractors and Acreage Equipment.: Belarus 500, dsl., 3 PTH; MF 9WR dsl. tractor w/loader; IH 3 PTH snowblower; Ford hydro #145 garden tractor w/mow, till and snowblower, 5 HP; Irrigation pump w/4 cyl. gas powered welder and trailer and much more! Household and Antiques: Findlay Jr. antique cook stove; Black leather sofa and recliner set; Loveseat w/matched chair; Maytag Atlantis dryer, oversize w/quiet pack; GE washer; chest and upright deep freeze and much more! Carpentry and Shop Tools. Large collection. See photos and details at Auctioneer’s Note: A large, interesting collection. Plan now to attend! Lackey Auctioneers. Bonded and Insured. PL #914582. Weyburn SK. Phone 306-842-1516. CONSIGNMENT MACHINERY, Vehicles, Tool Auction Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK, Saturday, July 23, 10:00 AM (larger machinery/vehicles 2:00). Ford/Steiger FW60 tractor, 340 Cummins, 20 spd.; Int. 490 32’ tandem disc; 2 Int. 7200 12’ hoe drills, transport; Lode-King 20’ slide-in seed/fert. tank; JD 224 flex header; MF 24’ PTO swather; Renn 18” PTO swather; 2 MF 36 15’ discers, Martin hitch; 1986 Nissan King-Cab 1/4 ton truck; 18.4x38 IHC factory duals; JD 212 PU and header; choppers and chaff spreader for JD 9600 combine; tractor and combine tires; Sakundiak 7”x45’ auger; WW 20’ gooseneck livestock trailer redone; Pearless 10”x10” PTO grain roller; 150 bu. grain feed wagon; 4&2 wire unrollers; receiver hitch for tractor drawbar; Ford Model 501 7’ 3 PTH sickle mower; mineral feeder; 3 bags 2010 clover seed; truck mount bale spear; 7 Westeel Rosco bins 1650- 3300 bu.; AC 8 HP riding mower; JD 214 garden tractor, belly mower, rear tiller; MTD riding mower, 12.5 HP, standard; 5’ 3 PTH cultivator; trailer-type 5’ gyro mower; Simplicity Model VA 32” sickle mower, 9 HP B&S; Wisconsin engine; Curtis compressor; 1985 Honda 4 wheeler, 2 WD; 2 children’s quads; 70 gal. low profile slip tank; Lincoln 225 arc welder; petroleum dispenser w/hand pump; 3 10’ conveyors, 1 6’ turn section; quantity of lumber from local lumber yard; 600 trees from northern nursery to sell 12:00 Noon; large quantity shop tools, supplies, hardware. Check website daily for additional consignments. 306-693-4715, PL #914447.

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POSSIBLY AT KELLY’S SALE by Kramer Auctions, July 18, Kelfield, SK. (PL91618) MF 9030 header; 1973 MF 1500, 3 hyds., PTO, 95% new 23.1x30’s; 1975 MF 1155, dual PTO and tires; Noble 2000 28’ no-till drills, Atom Jet, self trans.; Bourg. 636 w/harrows; 60’ tine harrows w/spray attachment. Bill 306-227-6897, Kerrobert SK

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2007 E 450 FORD StarCraft, 19 passenger with driver, only 43,000 miles, vg cond., rear heat, AC, cloth seats, brakes, tires 85%, diesel, MB safety. Wheelchair lift is available. $27,000 OBO. Can deliver. Ph. 2 0 4 - 7 4 3 - 2 3 2 4 , C y p r e s s R i v e r, M B . 2009 TIMPTE hopper trailer, 84” side walls 102” wide, 43’ long, air ride, 11R24.5 tires, brakes, 80%; Super hoppers, high/low spd, Shurlock tarp. All LED lights. Can deliver $28,900. 204-743-2324, Cypress River MB.


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UNRESERVED AUCTION. Thursday, July 21, 10:30 AM. The Estate of Metro Tanasiuk, Andrew, AB. From Andrew 2 miles west and 2-1/2 south. Ph. Calvin 780-826-0402 or Mike 780-984-8099. Ford NH 9482 tractor, 2700 hrs.; 9030 bi-directional, 7708 hrs.; Case 7110, 5254 hrs.; JD 567 round baler, 4133 bales; Hay Hiker 1400; Sovema 12 wheel rake; NH TR97 combine, 1466 hrs.; Versatile 4750, 20’ swather, 1751 hrs.; Case 450B crawler loader ? Vertec 5500 dryer ? 3 grain trucks? Tillage ? 18 steel grain bins. View online

SOUTHSIDE AUTO WRECKERS, Weyburn, SK, 306-842-2641. Used car and truck parts, light to heavy. We buy scrap iron and non-ferrous metals. WRECKING LATE MODEL TRUCKS: 1/2 tons, 3/4 tons, 1 tons, 4x4’s, vans, SUV’s. Also large selection of Cummins diesel motors, Chevs and Fords as well. Phone Edmonton- 1-800-294-4784, or Calgary1-800-294-0687. We ship anywhere. We have everything, almost. 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.

SANDBLASTING AND PAINTING. We do repairs, refurbishing, welding, rewiring etc. on trucks trailers and heavy equipment. We use endura epoxy primers and topcoats. Competitive pricing. Agrimex, 35 2001 BLUEBIRD SCHOOL buses, 306-432-4444, Chev chassis, Cat engines, 150 to 300,000 Dysart, SK. km, no rust, on a service program, All located in Edmonton, AB. Phone Ernie NEW CASTLETON 44’ tridem 2 hopper; 867-456-2745 or cell 780-691-9552, Joe New Wilson Super B; Coming in new cell 780-222-3083, Edmonton, AB. Doepker Super B and tridem; 2007 LodeKing Super B’s, air ride; 1989 Lode-King 32’ with S/A converter; S/A converter, drop hitch, cert.; Tridem and tandem axle pony 2002 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE, bright ca- pups, BH&T. 306-356-4550, Dodsland, SK. nary yellow w/black top, showroom cond., DL 905231, 42,000 miles; 1988 JAGUAR XJ6 4 dr., straight 6 cyl., auto., dark navy blue, good 2004 LODE KING PRESTIGE Super B gas mileage, fully loaded, in near new trailers. $49,000. Phone 306-542-7601 cond., $7000; 1985 BUICK Riviera, RARE days or 306-597-2046 eves, Togo, SK. FWD, 2 dr. hardtop, 307 eng., auto, silver gray, vg condition. These cars have always 2010 36’ GRAIN trailer, air ride, aluminum been shedded and never driven on gravel. wheels, new cond. $33,500. Arborfield, SK. Phone 306-276-7518, 306-862-1575 or 306-536-7800, 306-443-2316, Alida, SK. 306-767-2616. DL #906768 2007 NISSAN ULTIMA 3.5 V6 SE, 4 dr., exc. cond., 31,000 miles, $14,000 OBO. NEW 2011 DOEPKER tandem; New Castleton tandem, closed end, 36’ air ride, 306-374-5210, Saskatoon, SK. side shoots. 306-356-4550, Dodsland SK. 2009 CADILLAC DTS, fully loaded, leather, DL #905231. sunroof, chromed alum. wheels, 35,000 kms, $33,999. 306-873-2633, Tisdale, SK. REMOTE CONTROL TRAILER chute openDL #910416. ers. Compact, Hi-Torq, complete kit. Call Agrisystems 306-933-2655, at 2009 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA TDI, cloth, Brehon auto, 6 disc stereo, sunroof, bumper to Saskatoon, SK. bumper warranty and roadside good to 1994 DOEPKER SUPER B, air ride, new 80,000 kms or 2013, powertrain warranty tarps, $25,000. 306-230-0479, Leask, SK. 2014 or 100,000 kms, like new inside and out, 52,000 kms, asking $22,900. 780-205-3815, Lloydminster, AB. Southern Industrial is the proud supplier and service shop for Neville Built trailers.

WRECKING SEMI-TRUCKS, lots of parts. Call Yellowhead Traders. 306-896-2882, 2006 DOEPKER SUPER B GRAIN, brand Churchbridge, SK. new tarps, 80% rubber good shape; 2006 DOEPKER lead of Super B, great shape, SASK. LARGEST INVENTORY of used heavy looks like new, alum. wheels outside; 2001 truck parts. 3 ton tandem diesel motors DOEPKER closed end Super B, steel and transmissions and differentials for all slopes, good shape. Many more used and m a ke s ! C a n A m Tr u c k E x p o r t L t d . , new 2012 trailers arriving daily with spe1-800-938-3323. cial summer pricing and many colors to choose from in stock. 1-800-665-6317. VS TRUCK WORKS Inc. parting out GM More details at 1/2- 1 ton trucks. Call Gordon or Joanne, 403-972-3879, Alsask, SK. 2007 DOEPKER SUPER B’s, open end, alum. slopes, 24.5 rubber 50%, dual WRECKING USED VOLVO trucks: Misc. ax- cranks, inter/outer load lights, asking les and trans. parts; Also tandem trailer $54,500. 306-728-6766, 306-728-5366, suspension axles. 306-539-4642 Regina SK Waldron, SK. 1996 CHEV DIESEL half ton, longbox, Su- 2005 TIMPTE TANDEM grain trailer, 24.5 percab, no trans., engine runs, lots of good tires, 33’ long, very good cond., $24,000 OBO. 306-548-5547, Stenen, SK. parts. 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. 2008 DOEPKER SUPER B, metallic pewter TRUCK BONEYARD INC. Specializing in sides with blue hoppers/frame, alum. obsolete parts, all makes. Trucks bought wheels, light weight pkg, oscillating 5th for wrecking. 306-771-2295, Balgonie, SK. wheel, 630,000 kms, brakes 85%, tires 70-90%. $65,000 Contact Dale 306-796-7702, Central Butte, SK.

2007 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA, 515 HP Detroit, 13 spd., 40 rears, 4 way locks, 3.90 ratio, accident damage to side of cab, runs and drives excellent, $10,500. Delivery avail. 403-638-3934 ask for Jeff, Sundre, AB. Email pics available. 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

NEW TANDEM TRI-AXLE, spring and air r i d e . S u p e r d e a l s ! Tr a d e s n e e d e d . 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK 2004 LODE-KING PRESTIGE 36’ tandem trailer, dual chute cranks, air ride, load lights. Michel’s roll tarp and 10” hopper augers. $32,000 w/augers, will separate. 306-567-8528, Davidson, SK. 2001 31’ CASTLETON TA, air ride, new tarp, $19,000; 2009 TA converter, air ride, p i n t l e h i t c h , $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 . C u p a r, S K . , 306-723-4733. 2008 LODE-KING PRESTIGE, 100,000 miles, all aluminum wheels, tires and brakes- 80%. Mint condition! $56,000. 306-421-3865, Estevan, SK. 2009 DOEPKER SUPER B, open end, alum. wheels, good tires, fresh safety, $59,000. 306-220-6300, Saskatoon, SK.

Trailers In Stock: • 36 Vertical Rib, 70” high sides, spring ride, 2 hopper.........$26,500 • 45’ Tri-Axle, 78” high sides, 2 hopper, air ride................$39,900

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306-842-2422 Hwy. Jct. 13 & 39 Weyburn, SK 1981 LODE-KING PUP, 17’, spring ride, 24.5 tires and tarp- both good, grey/red stripe, fresh safety. Asking $12,500. 306-435-3512, Moosomin, SK. 18’ SPRING RIDE pup, 8’6” wide by 64” high box, 24.5 tires. 306-658-4227, Biggar, SK. WANTED: GOOD USED GRAIN trailer, tandem or tri-axle. Phone 306-747-3362, Parkside, SK.

NORMS SANDBLASTING & PAINT, 40 years body and paint experience. We do metal and fiberglass repairs and integral to daycab conversions. Sandblasting and paint to trailers, trucks and heavy equip. Endura primers and topcoats. A one stop shop. Norm 306-272-4407, Foam Lake SK.

2002 ADVANCE 38’ tandem grain trailer c/w Michel’s tarp. Open front and back on air suspension, no rust. Safetied in Aug. 2010, $23,300. 306-344-4725 or cell 306-344-7410, Paradise Hill, SK. 2005 ADVANCE SUPER B grain trailers. Excellent condition. Fenders modified for off road. Never out of SK. $40,000 firm. 306-536-3639, Regina, SK. TWO 2011 TIMPTE tridems, alum. wheels, ag hoppers, 102” wide, 78” high, all the extras, safetied, $49,500; 2006 Timpte tandem, alum. wheels, ag hoppers, 72” sides, safetied, $28,500; 2004 Lode-King Prestige, Super B, alum. combo, safetied, $45,500; 2005 Lode-King alum. Super B, clean and safetied, $59,500; 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 air ride, Super B, dual chute openers, exceptionally clean, $27,500; 1993 Doepker spring ride, 29’ pup, new sides and slope, safetied, $14,500, very serviceable. T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Ltd., call Terry 204-825-7043 or Ken 204-362-0116, Winkler, MB. For pics and info go to

MR. B’s TRAILER SALES, Norberts and Rainbow, lease to own. Ph. 306-773-8688, Swift Current, SK. WWW.DESERTSALES.CA Canadian made trailers horse/stock, cargo/flatdeck, Norbert’s Trailers now in BC. Triple stage ground loads now in stock. Phone 1-888-641-4508, Bassano, AB. NEW BLUEHILLS Gooseneck Stock, 18’, $11,700; 16’, $10,900. Ph. 306-445-5562 Delmas, SK. WANTED: GOOD USED CATTLELINER, tandem or tri-axle. Phone 306-747-3362, Parkside, SK. 1999 WILSON 24’ alum., rollup rear door, winter kit, safetied and ready to go, $13,900. 204-362-4874, Morden, MB. 2006 WILSON aluminum gooseneck stock trailer 7x24, 3 compartments. Rob Garner 306-946-7946, Simpson, SK.

NEW 24x7’ MERRITT stock with rolling front divider. Call Darin 204-526-7407, Cypress River, MB. DL #4143. 2003 350 FORD Diesel, 1 owner, 160,000 kms; Circle J horse trailer, brand new 3 horse with living quarters, never used. $65,000 for both. Clayton, 403-818-8615, Lethbridge, AB. 2000 NORBERT STOCK trailer, 7x20’, floor mats, 2 dividers, $7500; Chamberlain 46x8-1/2’ cattlepot, good cond., $15,000. 306-675-4446 eves., Kelliher, SK.

TWO 1998 51’ tandem steel alum. combo drop decks, clean, safetied, $15,500. Call T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Ltd., Terry 204-825-7043 or Ken 204-362-0116, Winkler, MB. For pics and info go to

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NEW TRIDEM MUVALL single drop, 10’ wide, hyd. tail; Also 53’ and 48’ tridem stepdecks; 1998 48’ tandem combo air ride; 53’, 48’ and 45’ tridem and tandem high boys; Also Super B and B-train hiboys, B-train w/4- 1200 gal. water tanks; axle converter w/drop hitch; 53’-28’ 2002 MERRITT CATTLELINER, great Single trailers, 48’ w/side doors; Tandem shape, good rubber, well maintained, van Lo Boy, 9’ wide. Dodsland, SK. phone $28,000. 306-778-2533, Swift Current, SK. 3 0 6 - 3 5 6 - 4 5 5 0 , w w w. r b i s k . c a D L 2001 MERRITT 50’ cattle pot, hog rail, #905231. board kit, air ride, new safety, exc. cond. GOOD TRAILERS, REASONABLY priced. $21,000 obo. 306-435-2149 Moosomin SK. Tandem axle, gooseneck, 8-1/2x24’, Beavertail and ramps, 14,000 GVW, $6900; or triple axle, $7900. All trailers custom built from 2000 to 20,000 lbs., DOT approved. NORBERT STOCK TRAILER, 7x20’, 2 di- Call Dumonceau Trailers, 306-796-2006, viders, floor mats, spare tire, good cond. Central Butte, SK. Good tires and brakes, replaced last yr. END DUMPS: quantity of pony pups, $9000 OBO. 780-523-2650 High Prairie AB $4,500 to $7,500; 2008 TA, frameless tub, 1987 TRAIL KING, 24’ 5th wheel stock $18,800. 31’ tri-axles: Loadline, Midland, trailer, c/w 6’ bunk, 2 new axles (7500 $23,000. Tri-axle wagons: $7,500 to lbs/each), new wiring, rubber floor mats, $10,000. Older TA’s 27’, $7000 to $13,000. sandblasted and painted white in 2007. Check at 306-222-2413, A s k i n g $ 3 2 0 0 O B O . C a l l D o n a t Aberdeen/Saskatoon, SK. 306-929-3150, Meath Park, SK. 48’ TRANSCRAFT alum. combo drop deck, used very little, $20,900. Would sell with 2004 Freightliner Classic C15 Cat, full SUPREME TRAILER SALES, Your #1 lockers, 750,000 kms, $45,000. Phone Agassiz and Precision trailer dealer in SK. 204-723-2820 Treherne, MB. Toll free 1-888-652-3888. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 16-wheelers NEW BRI-MAR DUMP TRAILER 5x10 c/w beavertails, $17,500 to $27,000; box, 8000 lb capacity, tandem axle. $3900. 8-wheeler drop c/w beavertails, $18,000; double drop scissorneck, $18,000; 6-neck 1-800-667-4515. $10,000. Check at DOUBLE DROP LOWBEDS: Tandems, tri- 306-222-2413, Aberdeen/Saskatoon, SK. axles, detachables, 30- 60 ton, $10,000 to $35,000; Gravel: Clam, end and belly 1985 ARNE’S BELLY DUMP gravel trailer; dumps, $8,000- $16,000; Tag Alongs: 2 Bin moving trailer; 24’ end dump grain and 3 axle, single and duals, beavertails, trailer; 1998 Super B highboy 30’ lead and $4000- $15,000; Hiboys: $4000- $10,000. back. Toll free 1-877-371-4487, Sask. Vans: $2800- $6000; Water Tanker: 5,000 gal., $12,000. 306-563-8765, NEW SPRAYER CRADLE with flip up ramp for any size high clearance sprayer. 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 306-356-4550, Dodsland SK. DL #905231. SILAGE HAULERS: 48’ and 53’ walking floor trailers. Phone 403-793-3182, Bassa2008 LODE-KING tri-axle stepdeck, 43’, air no, AB. ride, very low mileage, good rubber, PRECISION TRAILERS: Gooseneck and $29,900. Ph. 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB. bumper hitch. You’ve seen the rest now own the best. Hoffart Services, TRI HAUL SELF-UNLOADING 306-957-2033, ROUND BALE MOVERS SILAGE DUMP alum. 32’ tandem, end dump, high sides, $19,000. 306-563-8765, 8’ to 29’ lengths - 6 to 18 bales also excellent for feeding cattle 306-563-4160, Canora, SK.

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2009 WILSON TANDEM, only 10,000 kms, never used in winter, dual cranks, inside/outside load lights, $37,000. 306-441-0025, North Battleford, SK. 2009 LODE-KING PRESTIGE Super B grain trailers, lift axles, alum. rims, fresh safety, $69,500. Ph. 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB.

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DUMP TRAILER: New 2011 14’ 2 axle, 14,000 lb., $8,500; Car Hauler: New 18’, 1999 DOEPKER ALUMINUM Super B grain, beavertail, 7,000 lb. capacity, $3,300. $38,500; 1997 48’ flatdeck tridem, $9500 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. and tandem, $8500; 1999 Alutrec alum. 48’ Hiboy, $14,500; 2001 48’ combo tan- 24’ GOOSENECK TRI-AXLE, 21,000 lbs., dem, $9500; 1998 Talbert 48’ stepdeck, $6490. Bumper pull tandem equipment: 50’ CATTLELINER, safetied. Mint! Kasahoff $15,000. All trailers Sask. certified. Call 18’, 14,000 lbs., $3975; 16’, 10,000 lbs., 1-888-457-5675, $3090; 16’, 7000 lbs., $2650. Factory diFarms phone 306-283-4747, Langham, SK. rect. 1-888-792-6283. Davidson, SK. DL #312974 WELLS CARGO CAR hauler, enclosed, inside 7’6”x24’, HD axles, 3 doors, lights and ARNE’S 2007 TRI-AXLE END DUMP, TWO ALUMINUM tandem tankers, 7500 vents, $4500. Phone Bob 403-934-4081, c/w cable tarp, 11x24.5 tires, exc. cond., gallon. Phone 306-356-4550, Dodsland SK. Mossleigh, AB DL #905231. 306-752-2873, 306-752-4692, Melfort, SK.

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2006 DODGE DIESEL Mega Cab, 4x4, 1997 FREIGHTLINER FLD120, day cab, De$ 2 6 , 9 9 5 . W y n y a r d , S K . P h o n e troit Series 60, 12.7L eng., 470 HP, 10 spd. 1-800-667-4414 or visit Recent work orders, current safety on unit, tractor showing 1,140,000 kms, tires- 80%, very well maintained, $15,000. 306-874-7735, Naicam. SK.

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2001 Freightliner FL80 Grain Truck NEW 2011 DODGE Ram 3500 cab and chassis, 4x4 w/falcon bale deck, 6.7L Cummins dsl w/6 spd. auto, dual rear wheels. Sale price $55,995. City Chrysler, Medicine Hat, AB. 1-800-695-6605. 2007 CHEV SILVERADO, crewcab, 4x4 diesel, 100,000 kms, family truck, exc. cond., no taxes. Doug Kaip 306-869-7894, Radville, SK. 2007 DODGE 1500 quad cab 4x4, red, sunroof, hitch, cd, A/T/C, 20â&#x20AC;? rims, boxliner, warranty, only 24,000 kms, $27,000 OBO. Will not find a nicer truck 306-979-0391, Saskatoon, SK. 2008 DODGE DIESEL quad cab, 4x4, $ 2 9 , 9 0 0 . Wy nya r d , S K . P h o n e 1-800-667-4414 or visit

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WRECKING 1993 Dodge Cummins, 4x4, new pump, brakes, engine, transfer case and rearend good. Trans. and body shot. Sold as unit, $3300 OBO. Abernethy, SK. 306-335-2777, 306-924-4217.

1998 DODGE 2500, Cummins eng, 269,000 kms, 5th wheel plates, tow hitch, MB safetied, ready to go, $11,500. 204-526-7789, 204-723-2034, Treherne, MB.

2007 STERLING, AUTOSHIFT, new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; grain box, choose your options and color, Phone: 204-326-2600 or visit: 2002 FL-80, 300 HP, Allison auto., 18/46, $69,900. or email: lockers, LWB, rare find $44,000. Steinbach MB. Phone 204-326-2600. Visit our website: or email: ATTENTION FARMERS: 2003 IHC 9200, C12 Cat, 410 HP, 10 speed trans, new Cancade silage box, hyd. tailgate, $51,500. 2003 PETERBILT 379, 475 Cat, 10 spd., Yellowhead Sales, 306-782-2899, Yorkton. new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BH&T silage gate, A/T/C, alum. wheels, rear control, $60,000. Phone A U C T I O N A U G . 4 - I H 4 9 0 0 T / A w/19â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x100â&#x20AC;?x60â&#x20AC;? Ultracel box. Call Hodgins 403-335-8406, Didsbury, AB. Auctioneers, 1-800-667-2075. PL 915407.

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2003 GMC 2500 HD DURAMAX 4X4 SB, ext. cab, 160,000 kms, bucket seats, command start, chrome step bars, box rails, bug screen, winter front. 2nd owner, $21,500 OBO. Phone 306-763-7268 or 306-960-9955, Prince Albert, SK. 403-977-1624 or 403-528-7069 2005 GMC SIERRA 3500, dually, crewcab, 4x4, 6.6l Duramax, 6 spd. auto. fully ed, cloth, 230,000 kms, $23,999 PST paid. 306-873-2633, Tisdale, SK. DL #910416. 1972 FARGO 800, 3 ton, 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; B&H, painted, must see, $12,500. 306-781-2903, Lajord, SK. 2006 GMC 3500 Crewcab 4x4 dually, 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; deck, gooseneck hitch, gas, 142,000 kms, 1980 IH S-1900, 466 diesel, automatic, exc . cond., $26,500. 306-752-2873, single axle, 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; box with electric tarp, $22,000. Phone 306-843-2934, Wilkie, SK. 306-752-4692, Melfort, SK. 2006 GMC SIERRA 3500 HD crewcab longbox, 2 WD, 6.6L Duramax, 6 spd. Allison, fully loaded, cloth, 111,000 kms, $31,999. 306-873-2633, Tisdale, SK. DL #910416. TWO 2005 CHEV Silverados, 2500 HD, crewcab, 4x4, 6.6L Duramax, 6 spd. auto., fully loaded, cloth. 214,000 kms, $20,999 PST paid. Phone 306-873-2633 Tisdale SK. DL #910416.

1977 GMC C3500 CAMPER special, crew cab, 2WD, dually, 5th wheel and receiver hitch; 100 gal. slip tank, 115,000 kms, 1 owner, $5500 OBO. 780-968-0889 evenings, Stony Plain, AB. 1988 FIVE STAR General tandem model N9500, 6V 92 silver Detroit, 300 HP, Road Ranger 9 spd. trans., LWB cab to front axles 184â&#x20AC;?, $4000 OBO. Phone Bob 403-934-4081, Mossleigh, AB 1989 F350, 4 dr. longbox, 354.4 Perkins dsl., 5 spd., air ride susp., 5th wheel hitch, $2000. Ph 306-877-2120 or 306-745-8046 Dubuc, SK. 1995 DODGE 3/4 ton, ext. cab, longbox, V10, 158,000 kms, vg cond., $7000. 306-567-4729 evenings, Davidson, SK.

2 0 0 7 I H C 9 4 0 0 , C-15 Cat, 435 HP, 850,000 kms, 10 spd., Eaton Ultrashift, new BH&T, $70,000; 2006 Freightliner Coronado, Detroit 515 HP, 13 speed, lockers, 890,000 kms, new BH&T, $67,000; 2000 IHC 9200, C12, 430 HP, 13 spd., lockers, 668,000 kms, new BH&T, $53,000. All units Sask. safetied. Call 306-270-6399, Saskatoon, SK. DL #316542.

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2008 FORD F250, 4x4, diesel, 127,000 kms, loaded, $23,500. 204-851-0745, Elkhorn, MB. 2009 GMC SIERRA 2500 HD crewcab 4x4, 6.6L Duramax, 6 spd. Allison auto., fully loaded, cloth, 56,100 kms, $43,999. Phone 306-873-2633, Tisdale, SK. DL #910416.

2002 CHEV SILVERADO 2500 HD, 6.6L Duramax, 5 spd. auto., ext. cab. 4 WD 190,500 kms, $15,999 PST paid. Phone 306-873-2633, Tisdale, SK. DL #910416.

2001 VOLVO TRACTOR, 475 HP Volvo, 10 spd., 12+40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, A/T/C, alum. wheels, chrome stack, alum. tanks, $21,500; 2003 Western Star, 500 HP Detroit, 13 spd., A/T/C, Jakes, PW, alum. wheels, alum. tanks, chrome stacks, chrome bumper, $49,500; 2004 Freightliner FLD120 Classic, 435 HP Detroit, 10 spd. Eaton Fuller AutoShift trans, A/T/C, 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BH&T, rear controls SK safetied, $55,500; 2003 Int. 9200, N14, 450 HP Cummins, 13 spd., 12+40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BH&T, rear control, A/T/C, SK safetied, $49,500; 2001 Mack, 460 HP, 18 spd. trans., new paint, A/T/C, alum. wheels, chrome stacks, real nice, $23,900; 2010 36â&#x20AC;&#x2122; grain trailer, air ride, alum. wheels, new cond., $33,500. All trucks safetied. Trades accepted. Arborfield, SK. Phone 306-276-7518, 306-862-1575 or 306-767-2616. #906768.

2006 INTERNATIONAL 9200, Cummins 450 HP, 10 spd. ultrashift, $69,500; 2005 Freightliner Columbia, Detroit 430 HP, 10 spd. AutoShift, $62,500; 2004 IH 9400, Cummins ISX, 435 HP, 10 spd. AutoShift, $57,500; 2005 International 9900, Cat 435 HP, 10 spd. ultrashift, $57,500; 2004 Pete 378, Cat 475 HP, 10 spd. AutoShift, $62,500. All above complete w/new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Cancade grain boxes. 1-888-457-5675, Davidson, SK. DL #312974

2004 INTERNATIONAL 9400i, C15 Cat, 435 HP, 12 speed AutoShift, 635,000 kms, brand new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Grainmaster box with roll tarp, exc. cond., $67,500. Will deliver. Phone 705-443-7213, Collingwood, ON.

AUTOSHIFT GRAIN TRUCKS: 2002 to 2006, 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Cancade B&H, starting at $49,500. Contact David 306-887-2094, 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. DONE FARMING: 2001 KENWORTH T300 with 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; B&H for sale. 306-463-4289, 306-460-7526, Kindersley, SK.

2005 KENWORTH T800, AUTOSHIFT 10 spd., new B&H, ISM Cummins, very clean truck. Ph 204-673-2382, Melita, MB.

1985 INTERNATIONAL S 2500 Detroit 10 spd., air brakes, good tires. Runs and drives good. Steel 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tank, 4 compartments, holds 12 tonne pelleted feed or 14 tonne whole grain. $9500. Armstrong, BC 250-503-4692. 1987 FREIGHTLINER FL 120, 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Courtney Berg box w/68â&#x20AC;? sides, Harsh hoist w/air controls in cab and back of box, 3-piece tailgate, 3406-B Cat motor, 475 HP w/low 15 spd. Eaton fuller, new shoes, brakes and clutch set up and clutch brake. 2 0 0 6 F R E I G H T L I N E R C L A S S I C , S / N $30,000 OBO. Phone 403-749-2212 or 1FUJF6CV66DV38242, 13 spd, 450 HP Mercedes, diff lock and traction control 403-505-3201, Delburne, AB. lock, 11R22.5 alum. rims, chrome tanks, 1988 INT, 1700 diesel, auto, c/w 5 yr. old 920,000 kms, fresh AB safety c/w NEW 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BH&T, 11x22.5 rubber 70%. $18,900. Neustar 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; box, front hoist, tarp. Call for 306-682-3303 after 6 PM. Humboldt, SK. pics. 54,900 OBO. 780-877-3910, Bob on cell 780-679-7680. Ferintosh AB. 1996 FREIGHTLINER FLD120, 470 hp. Detroit, 18 spd., jakes, AC, air ride, 2006 IH 9400, C13 Cat, Eaton AutoShift 805,000 km, new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; CIM BH&T, new w/clutch pedal and new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BH&T; 1997 paint, very good condition. 306-256-7107 Mack CH 613, 400, 18 spd., alum. budds, days, 306-256-7105 eves. Cudworth, SK. w/new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BH&T; 2002 IH 4300, 466, w/ 1996 INTERNATIONAL 9200, Detroit se- Allison auto, new 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BH&T. 306-356-4550, ries 60, c/w 2004 Cancade silage box and D o d s l a n d , S K . D L # 9 0 5 2 3 1 . t a i l g a t e , $ 3 9 , 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 4 9 2 - 4 6 2 7 , 306-260-4490, Dundurn, SK. 8 GRAIN TRUCKS, 1998 to 2004, $39,000 2003 FREIGHTLINER tandem, FL80 grain to $54,000, AutoShift, automatic, stantruck, Cat diesel, new 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Ultracel box dard, tandems, CIM boxes, cert. Reaser pkg., Allison auto, premium no rust truck, Truck Sales, 306-256-3569, 306-230-4393, Cudworth, SK. DL #917908. $65,000. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK

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2004 WESTERN STAR LO MAX tractor, 550 Cat, 18 spd., 46 rears with 4 way locks, 3.90 ratio, 24.5 rubber on alum., 66â&#x20AC;? removable sleeper, beacons, headache rack, new AB safety. $36,000. Delivery avail. 403-638-3934 ask for Jeff, Sundre, AB. 2004 WESTERN STAR, C15 Cat, 18 spd., c/w Doepker Super B grain trailers, painted to match, $72,000. 403-647-7391, Foremost, AB

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2001 FREIGHTLINER CENTURY day cab, Detroit 430 HP, 10 spd., 563,000 miles, premium California truck, no rust, only $36,500. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. FARM CHEMICAL/ SEED COMPLAINTS 2001 KENWORTH WINCH truck, 400,000 We also specialize in: Crop insurance ap- kms, C15, 35 ton hyd. winch, wet kit, safepeals; Chemical drift; Residual herbicide; tied, $65,000. 306-275-2007, St Brieux, SK Custom operator issues; Equipment mal- 2001 VOLVO VNL64T highway tractor, function. Qualified Agrologist on staff. Call 12.1 Volvo eng. 465 HP, Fuller 18 spd. Back-Track Investigations for assistance trans., 3.9 gears, double bunk, fridge, lockregarding compensation, 1-866-882-4779. ing diffs., new/like new tires, 1,350,000 WANTED: FULL TANDEM 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; low box grain kms, fully repaired, SK safetied, $19,800. truck, in good shape, prefer diesel, hoist, DL #312898. 306-628-3734, Leader, SK. tarp, good rubber and brakes, roomy cab 2002 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA, 500 o r c a b a n d c h a s s i s f o r s a m e . Detroit, 18 spd., 46 rears w/lockers, flat 306-654-4816, Prudhomme, SK. top sleeper, Espar heaters, fresh SK safety, $25,000. Phone Richard, 306-325-2021, Lintlaw, SK. DL#304675. 1989 PETE 379, 425 Cat, 13 speed, 40 2002 PETERBILT 385 HP, 10 spd., alloy rears, sleeper, low kms on rebuilt engine, wheels, 320,000 miles, premium California transmission, differentials. $17,500. truck, no rust, only $39,500. Watrous, SK. 306-946-8522. 306-547-2115, Preeceville, SK. 1992 PETERBILT 377 semi tractor, CAT 2002 VOLVO VNL 610, 465 Volvo eng., 3406, Fuller 15 spd. double over, 340,000 18 spd, 3.9 ratio, 220 WB, well maintained kms, no rust, nice shape. $14,900. Trades $19,500. 306-272-4942, Foam Lake, SK. a c c e p t e d , f i n a n c i n g a v a i l a b l e . 2002 WESTERN STAR daycab tractor, 500 1-800-667-4515. Detroit, 13 spd., 40 rears, alum wheels, 244 WB, 7850 kgs. tare weight, new AB 1993 T600 KENWORTH, 13 spd., trans., s a f e t y, d e l i v e r y a v a i l . $ 2 6 , 5 0 0 . 12,000 fronts, 40,000 rears, tires- 50%, 403-638-3934 ask for Jeff. Sundre, AB. 210 wheelbase, $15,000. 306-344-4725, 306-344-7410 cell, Paradise Hill, SK. 2004 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA, 435 rebuilt MBE 4000, 13 spd. Meritor auto 1994 IH 8100 single axle 5th wheel, 330 trans., 40 rears, approx 1.4 kms, safetied, M11, 10 spd, 324,000 miles- spring, good $25,600. 306-221-9671, Saskatoon, SK. cond, $12,500. 306-946-8522 Watrous, SK 2004 PETERBILT 378, C15 Cat, 475 HP, 13 1994 KENWORTH W900L, Series 60 De- spd., 62â&#x20AC;? bunk, Sask. truck, cert., $33,900. troit, 13 spd., wet kit, very good condition. 306-256-3569, 306-230-4393, Cudworth, 306-278-7880, Porcupine Plain, SK. SK. DL #917908.

2005 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA, flat top sleeper, 500 Cat, 18 spd, Super 40 rears, fresh Sask. safety; 2005 FREIGHTLINER FLD 120, 515 Detroit, 18 spd., Super 40 rears, flat top sleeper, fresh Sask. safety, $32,500. Lintlaw, SK. Richard, 306-325-2021. DL#304675. 2005 INTERNATIONAL 9400I, ISX Cummins, 435 HP, auto trans., RT016910B Fuller, Eaton diff, 3.90 ratio, $22,500 OBO. 204-338-1458, St. Andrews, MB. 2006 INTERNATIONAL 9900i, white, C15 Cat engine, 550 HP, 40rr, 1.1 million kms. $40,000 OBO. 403-952-1029, Dunmore, AB 2007 KENWORTH T800 daycab tractor, 550 Cat, 18 spd., 46 rears, 4 way locks, 4.10 ratio, 195 WB, 24.5 rubber on alum., needs engine work, not running. $28,000. Delivery available. 403-638-3934, Sundre, AB. Ask for Jeff. 2008 KENWORTH W900B, ISX 600, Cummins motor with fresh in-frame, 2 yr. 200,000 mile warranty, 18 spd., 11x24.5 tires- 60%, 72â&#x20AC;? mid-rise sleeper, 4.11 gears and 46 tonne diffs., $95,000 OBO. Phone Mike 306-463-7709, Kindersley, SK. 2009 KENWORTH T660, 525 Cummins, sleeper cab, 250,000 kms, $89,000. 204-822-3797, Morden, MB. 2009 PROSTAR EAGLE 550 ISX, 18 spd., 46, lockers, Espar heaters, loaded, only 260,000 kms, $89,000 OBO. 306-752-4909 Melfort, SK.

2009 M a c k CXU6 13, 445 HP M P8, 10 s p A u tos hiftA S 3 3 p ed a l, 12/ 40, 22.5â&#x20AC;? w heels , 3:70 g ea rs , 215 W B, 70â&#x20AC;? hig h-ris e bu n k , 386,641 k m . . . . . . . $6 9,000 2009 M a c k CXU6 13, 445 HP M P8, 10 s p A u tos hiftA S 3 3 p ed a l, 12/ 40, 22.5â&#x20AC;? w heels , 3:70 g ea rs , 215â&#x20AC;? W B. 70â&#x20AC;? hig h-ris e bu n k , 838,000 k m . . . . . . . $49,900 2008 W e s te rn S ta r 4900EX, 475 HP Ca tC15, 13 s p , 12/ 40, 3:42 g ea rs , 22.5â&#x20AC;? a lloy w heels , 265â&#x20AC;? W B. Fla t-top bu n k , 650,000 k m . . . . . . . . $6 9,000 2007 Fre ig htlin e r Cla s s ic , 515 HP Detroit, 13 s p , 12/ 40, 22.5â&#x20AC;? a lloy w heels , 3:73 g ea rs , 244â&#x20AC;? W B, 64â&#x20AC;? fla t-top bu n k , 518,017 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $57,000 2007 M a c k Ra w hid e , 460 HP, M a ck , 18 s p , 12/ 46, 3:73 g ea rs , 238â&#x20AC;? W B. 24.5â&#x20AC;? a lloy w heels , 4-w a y lock s , m id -ris e bu n k , 891,395 k m . . . . . . . . $49,900 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 , 218â&#x20AC;? W B, 22.5â&#x20AC;? w heels , 715,000-775,000 k m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $43,000 2007 IH 9900I, 475 HP, Ca tC15, 18 s p , 12/ 40, 3:58 g ea rs , 22.5â&#x20AC;? a lloy w heels , 244â&#x20AC;? W B, 72â&#x20AC;? m id -ris e bu n k , 962,332 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $39,900 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 , 22.5â&#x20AC;? w heels , 200â&#x20AC;? W B, 807,000 k m s . $37,000 2007 IH 9900I, 430 HP, C13 Ca t, Bra n d n ew d rop in m otorin Feb. 2011, 10 s p A u tos hift, 12/ 40, 3:73 g ea rs , 3-w a y d iff lock s , 22.5â&#x20AC;? a lloy w heels , 240â&#x20AC;? W B. 72â&#x20AC;? hig h ris e bu n k w ith 2 bed s . . $49,900 2007 Fre ig htlin e r Colu m b ia , 450 HP M BE4000, 13 s p Ultra s hift, 12/ 40, 22.5â&#x20AC;? a lloy w heels , 3:90 g ea rs , 70â&#x20AC;? m id -ris e bu n k , w etk it, 879,894 k m . . . . . . . . . $30,000 D e c k w ith Roll Top , Cu rta in s id e 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122; lon g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,900 d lr# 0122.

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2008 KENWORTH W900, 525 ISX Cummins, 18 spd., 46 diff, lockers; 2007 daycab, 379S, Pete, ISX Cummins, 46 diff, 18 spd.; 2005 IH 9900i, 500 ISX Cummins, 18 spd., full locks; 2006 W-900 Kenworth, daycab, Cat 500, 18 spd., 46 diffs.; 2003 W-900L Kenworth, Cat, 18 spd., lockers, Super 40’s; 2005 Freightliner Classic, 475 Cat, EATON AUTOSHIFT, w/clutch, 46 diff., lockers; 2004 Freightliner Classic, 500 Detroit, recent eng. overhaul, 13 spd., mid-rise bunk; 2003 and 2001 Mack CH613, 460, 18 spd., 46 diff, lockers; 1999 Mack CH613, 460, 18 spd., alum. budds, also 1997 DAYCAB; FL80 S/A van body w/power tailgate or box or deck, Cummins diesel, 10 spd., air ride. Dodsland, SK. 3 0 6 - 3 5 6 - 4 5 5 0 . w w w. r b i s k . c a D L #905231.

2009 VOLVO DAY CAB’S: Cummins ISX, 13 spd., 12/46, 4:10 gears, 22.5 aluminum wheels. 204-632-9100, Winnipeg, MB. ATTENTION HEAVY SPEC: 1999 Kenworth T-800, Cat C-12, 430 HP, $10,000 in work orders on engine, 18 spd., full 4-way lockers, 12/46 rears, PTO, wet kit, 624,000 orig. kms, new SK. safety, $34,900. 306-242-2508 Financing available, Gord 306-934-4445, Saskatoon, SK.

ATTN CONSTRUCTION/ FARMERS, need heavy specs? Full 4-way lockers? 1997 Freightliner FLD120, daycab, N14, 525 HP Cummins, 18 spd., 12/46, 4:30 gears, pickup rails, 954,000 kms. Will handle 20’ grain box, headache rack, all new r u b b e r, n ew S a s k . s a fe t y, $ 3 2 , 9 0 0 . Saskatoon, SK, 306-242-2508. Financing Gord 306-934-4445. AUTOMATICS: 2006, new B&H, $48,000 to $55,000; Heavy Hauler: 2005 FL Classic, 515 HP, 18 spd., 46 rears, $39,000; Tractors: 2004 Freightliner, tandems, $10,000 to $20,000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. HODGINS HEAVY TRUCK CENTRE: 2006 IH 9400, Cummins 500 HP, 13 spd., 46 rears, $35,500; 1999 Kenworth W900L, Detroit 500 HP, 13 spd., $25,500; 1999 IH 9900, Detroit 470 HP, 13 spd., $18,500; 2000 IH 9900, Cat 475 HP, 18 spd., 46 rears, $24,500; 2001 Freightliner FLD120, Cat 475 HP, 18 spd., 46 rears, wet line, $21,500. Daycabs: 2004 Kenworth T300, Cummins 315 HP, 10 spd., $32,500; 2002 Sterling Acterra, Cat 300 HP, 9 spd., 24’ van body, $19,500. 1-888-457-5675 at Davidson, SK. DL #312974. IH 9900i 2002 Cat C-15, single turbo, exc. running, needs rubber, $8800. Phone 780-990-8412, Edmonton, AB.

ROCKWELL DIFFS from 2001 Freightliner 41- 40, 4:30 ratio rear is locker, 40,000 kms. Will sell complete diffs incl. housings, front axle w/steering box. All for $3000. Bill 306-821-0260 days, Lloydminster, SK. WE CAN NOW give 2 yr. or 350,000 km full powertrain warranty on any truck 2001 or newer!!! 3- Heavy Spec daycabs w/lockers; 2007 Pete 386, 18 spd., 475 ISX, 22.5 on alum., 4-way lockers, $48,500; 2005 Kenworth T800, 475 Cat, 18 spd., 14.6/46, 22.5 on all alum., 3.9 ratio, safetied, $52,500; 2 0 0 6 Freightliner Columbia daycab, heavy specs, 475 Cat, 18 spd., lockers, $45,500; 2006 Pete 379, 475 Cummins ISX, 18 spd., 12/46’s, lockers, 22.5 rubber, 48” bunk, $52,500; 2005 379L Pete 119, 500 HP Cummins ISX, 13 spd., 12/40’s, 107M kms, $39,500; 2002 IH 9900 flat top heavy spec w/lockers, 52”, 430/470 Detroit, 15 spd., $26,000; 2001 Western Star, 475 Cat 13 spd., lockers, super clean, $26,500; 2000 Pete 379, 475 Cat, 18 spd., very clean, $29,500; 2000 Western Star 4694, mid roof, 475 Cat, 13 spd., 244” WB, clean and safetied, $29,500. 1999 Pete 379L, 430/500 Detroit, redone, 75% virgin Michelins, safetied, $25,900; 1999 IH 9200, 475 Cat, just rebuilt, 18 spd., lockers, $15,500. 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 or Ken 204-362-0116. For pics and more info Winkler, MB.

1983 FORD FUEL TRUCK, LN700, 370 eng., 12,000 kms on new engine, 2100 gal. 5 compartment alum. tank, 185,000 kms, $12,000 OBO; Ford Super Duty, 7.3 turbo diesel, chassis only, manual trans., cruise, AC, p/w, p/l, 229,000 kms, runs but motor needs work, $3000 OBO. Ph 306-488-4928 Mon-Fri 9:00 AM- 5:00 PM, Dilke, SK. CAB/ CHASSIS, single axle, 2003 IH dsl. and 2003 FL80, $18,000-$20,000; Gravel 2002 IH tandem, new B&H, $35,000; Vacuum Septic, 2003 FL80, new 1650 gal. tank, $45,000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. 2007 IH CF600, diesel, auto, A/T/C, 20’ deck, elec./hyd. tailgate. 306-621-0425, Yorkton, SK.



READY FOR LEASE or sale: rare 2008 Sterling Bullet diesel, auto, full load, 4x4, w/12’ landscaper box, only 60,000 kms with balance of factory warranty, $49,500. Call Gord at Horizon Leasing 306-934-4445, Saskatoon, SK. 2004 FREIGHTLINER M2, new body style, 180,000 miles, 3126 Cat, 280 HP, 7 spd., 24’ deck and HD hoist; 1999 IHC 466 dsl., 7 spd, 18’ flatdeck, low miles, safetied, above avg. cond., $16,900; 2000 Chev C8500, Cat 3126, C&C, Allison auto, PTO and hoist, just needs a box, $24,900; 2002 IHC 4400 new body style, IH 466, 6 spd., w/18’ HD deck and hoist, 370,000 miles, $21,900; Also several gravel trucks ava i l a b l e . C a l l K & L E q u i p m e n t , 306-795-7779, Ituna, SK. DL #910885. SURPLUS GOVERNMENT TRUCKS and equipment. 3/4 ton-5 ton, cab and chassis, service trucks, bucket trucks, etc. ARE and Range Rider canopies and service caps. Saskatoon, SK., 306-668-2020 DL#90871.

4x4 TOW TRUCK, army with 4 cylinder Perkins engine. Good running cond., 2 axle steer, 4 spd. trans. good for pulling trailers around farmyard, $3900. Cypress River, MB. Ph. 204-743-2324. 1995 GMC TOPKICK with 2000 Harsh 575 complete, 97,770 kms, $10,000. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. 1997 IH 9400, 430 Detroit, 10 spd., 15’ five yr. old GRAVEL BOX. 306-356-4550, Dodsland, SK.

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DIRECTIONAL DRILLING BUSINESS in central BC., two complete Vermeer rigs, 24x40, 2700 hrs. with upgrades and extra Corey Bergen Cell: 204-362-2041 rod, 10x15 840 hrs. with upgrades, like Instructor Box 93, Winkler, MB R6W 4A4 new condition. 3 mud mixers, 3 trailers, 2 trucks, 2 locators. Established 6 years. All 1994 MACK 613, 427 HP, 10 spd., C&C equip. in great cond. $169,900. Call t a n d e m , a i r r i d e , o n l y $ 1 6 , 5 0 0 . 250-833-6982 for more details. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. UPGRADED HOTEL, Bowsman, MB, VLT’s, 2000 IH 4700 dump truck, 466 diesel, au- ATM, restaurant, $600,000 gross sales, t o m at i c , l o w m i l e s , o n ly $ 2 6 , 5 0 0 . $375,000 reduced. Call Mac 204-238-4949 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. SANGSTER’S FRANCHISE! Profitable, 2002 PETERBILT 330 van truck, 24’ Cat well established business, South Hill Mall, diesel, 5 spd. Allison auto, side door, rear Prince Albert, SK. Showing excellent relift, air ride, low miles, premium condition, turns. Owner retiring, will consider any only $26,500. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. and all trades. $75,000 plus stock. For 2005 FREIGHTLINER M2, 26’ van w/lift, more info. call Ron 1-800-865-3590. MLS. Cat diesel, Allison auto., 125,000 miles, Re/Max P.A. Realty. $26,500. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. 2 BAY SERVICE STATION, fuel, tires, 24’ AND 26’ van bodies, some with lift, batteries, accessories, confectionery, lot$1500 to $3500. 306-946-8522, Watrous, tery, liquor franchise. Supportive ag. area. Gord’s Corner Service 306-576-2203 days, SK. 306-576-2254 eves, Wishart, SK. GLASLYN POWER & EQUIP. & SERVICE Business.- Located at the Junction of 2006 FREIGHTLINER MT45 STEP-VAN, Hwy. #3 and 4. Glaslyn is the gateway to MBE-900 eng., Allison auto., 41,000 kms, great hunting and fishing, therefore, 20’ van body. 1-800-707-9214, Killam, AB. there’s opportunity to add quads, snowmobiles, boats and trailers to the existing inventory. The 10,000 sq. ft. building has the room to expand. With oil activity in the vicinity, this could be a very profitable venture. ML’S® 393362. Call Lloyd Ledinski Re/Max of the Battlefords, North Battlefo r d , S K . fo r i n fo . a n d i n c l u s i o n s 306-446-8800 or 306-446-0512. 400 HONEY SUPERS, white comb, 10 GREENHOUSE FOR SALE: 24’x52’, proframes per super, $35 plus GST. Saskatoon pane furnace, tables, pump, pots, flats and SK, 306-373-7839 or cell 306-222-4338. many other misc. supplies. Asking $10,000 OBO. Ph. Bev 403-782-2418, Lacombe, AB. CALGARY BASED Wind Turbine Distributor requires DEALERS in Western Canada USED BELTING, 12” to 84” wide for feed- incl. Vancouver Island. Ph. 403-280-9900; ers and conveyors, lots of 30” 1-1/8” Email: or see the webthick for lowbeds in stock. Ph Dave, Wain- site for further info.: wright, AB, 780-842-2491 eves/weekends. MANUFACTURING BUSINESS, 26 years, NEW SHIPMENT OF used belting, various unique product, welding and light fabricatl e n g t h s a n d w i d t h s t o 7 0 ” w i d e . ing, mainly agriculture, $195,000 plus inventory. Also 50x70 shop, $295,000. 306-933-9877. Saskatoon, SK. 306-445-4462, North Battleford, SK. BUSY SUCCESSFUL FAMILY restaurant/ lounge, Stoughton, SK. Centre of Oil Country. Vendor financing. 306-457-7172

MANUFACTURING BUSINESS, ideal sideline with active sales, very good profit margin, potential for growth. Phone for more info. Toll free 1-866-567-3101 or FOUNDATION REPAIRS: structural, crack 306-561-7383. and concrete repairs, waterproofing. Sas- FOR SALE OR LEASE. Fully equipped, katoon, SK, 306-249-1100, 306-230-9690. fine dining 60 seat restaurant, reasonable rent, and 3 bdrm apartment upstairs. 2006 378 PETERBILT SS 16,000 L tank 403-556-6430, 403-507-0699, Olds, AB. tandem truck, C15 470 Cat, 18 spd., only 79,000 kms, 2450 hrs, $120,000 OBO. LazTREE NURSERY for sale, 73 years in oper 16,000 L SS 2 compartment tank. Phone W I N D O W S ! W I N D O W S ! eration. Call for an appointment to discuss 2 0 4 - 7 4 3 - 2 3 2 4 , C y p r e s s R i v e r, M B . details. Serious inquiries only. Boughen Saskatchewan's Largest Stocking Nurseries Ltd., Box 1955, Nipawin SK, S0E Window Dealer Is Proud To Announce Email: 2 - 2000 FL70 FREIGHTLINERS, c/w Saskatchewan's Lowest Discount Window 1E0. Website: Prices Featuring Energy Saving Low E steamer washer units; 1999 FL60 FreighPhone 306-862-5313 or fax 306-862-2410. And Argon At No Extra Cost To You!!! tliner, c/w steamer washer; 2000 4900 International c/w steamer washer; Phone See our Showroom for the best selection MARKINCH- UNIQUE BAR, food opera1-877-371-4487, Sask. & savings in Sask. tion, good numbers, priced under $100,000. Yellow Grass- Restaurant, COURTNEY BERG ROUND BALE HANTake Home Windows Feature! lounge, could support confectionery store DLER HYDRA-DECS. Sold and installed. and liquor vendor. Sedley- Good building, Low E ✔Argon ✔No Charge ✔ Hydra-dec mounted Eze feeder in stock living quarters, liquor, food and rooms innow. Centennial Garage, 403-378-4331, Sealed Picture Windows .........From $99.99 come. Priced to sell. Wolseley- Beautiful Duchess, AB, email Horizontal/Vertical Gliders.....From $129.99 character hotel with good volumes, also liquor vendor income. Regina- Large volSINGLE AXLE: 2003- 2004 FL and IHC Casement Windows..............From $225.99 ume bar and beer store. Brian Tiefenbach, diesels, $15,000-$20,000. Gravel Dumps: Basement Awning Windows. From $163.80 306-536-3269, 306-525-3344, NAI Com2001 IH 9200, new B&H, $35,000; 2003 IH Storm Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $159.99 mercial Real Estate (Sask) Ltd. 4600, S/A, new B&H, $27,000; Bucket Steel Insulated Door Units.........From $159.99 Truck: FL80 auto, w/40’ reach bucket, HOME QUARTER c/w 5 yr. old fully mod$18,000; Service Truck: 1999 IH tandem Patio Door Units ...................From $599.99 ern abattoir, plus oil and grazing reve20’ service truck, 7 doors, $12,000. nue. Abattoir has 3300 sq. ft. slaughter Garden Door Units ..............From $1099.99 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. and processing area, built to federal specifications and currently operating as Burron Lumber NEW TRUCK MOUNT Air Compressor, Sask. health inspected plant. Turn-key op306-652-0343, Saskatoon, SK 12 HP, used 25 hrs. only, Yamaha engine, eration. Serious inquiries only. Phone electric start, 30 gallon tank. 306-823-4369 evenings and weekends, or RM of White Valley #49, 306-295-3553, 306-823-3618 (cell), Neilburg, SK. Eastend, SK. Email: 1991 IH 4900 with McKee 600 MANURE SPREADER, locking diffs., ready for work. 403-315-2305, Letbridge, AB. 2002 IHC 2654 truck with 2003 Cattlelac 600 mixer box, clear reversing fan, 12,315 hrs., 57,482 kms, $30,000. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. 2008 IHC CF600 GARBAGE TRUCK, dsl., auto trans, A/T/C, low kms. Trades? 306-621-0425, Yorkton, SK. 1991 IH single axle gravel truck, 5 yd. box, 133,240 orig. kms, 11Rx22.5 rubber 75%, pintle hitch, safetied. $21,000 OBO. Langenburg SK. 306-743-2636, 306-743-7711 SERVICE TRUCK: 1994 1 ton dually, on propane, w/crane, 454, 5 spd., real good shape, $16,500 OBO. Will take trade on smaller JD tractors or grain. Conquest, SK, Phone 403-350-1795 or 306-856-4709.

P R O G R E S S I V E P R O V I N C I A L LY I N SPECTED ABATTOIR for sale in central Alberta. Full value added processing, wholesale, and slaughter capabilities with above average marketing opportunity. For QUALITY HARDWOOD lumber, quarter more info and contact details please visit cut Oak, Elm, Black Walnut, Hickory, Edge Grain Fir. Limited quantity, priced to clear. I nve n t o r y l o c at e d at D av i d s o n , S K . FULLY EQUIPPED MACHINE SHOP for sale, formerly Kaiser Welding of Cudworth, 403-318-7589 (AB cell.) SK. Estate sale. $160,000 or best offer. ROUGH LUMBER: 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 1” Contact Dianne Peake 780-691-1091. boards, windbreak slabs, bull rails, 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, 10x10, all in stock. Custom sizes OUTSTANDING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. on order. Log siding, cove siding, lap sid- Lumber and building supply company in ing, shiplap, 1” and 2” tongue and groove. Cudworth, SK. 1 hr. NE of Saskatoon. High return on investment. Turnkey sale. Owner V&R Sawing, 306-232-5488, Rosthern, SK. will mentor purchaser, $379,000 plus inventory at cost. MLS #403261. Call 306-291-5544 for info pkg. Eugene Kohle, CONTINUOUS METAL ROOFING, no ex- Coldwell Banker, Saskatoon, SK. posed screws to leak or metal overlaps. Ideal for lower slope roofs, rinks, churches, pig barns, commercial, arch rib building and residential roofing. For info. call 306-435-8008, Wapella, SK CEDAR AND PINE LOG SIDING, 6” and 8” wide. Log home and cabin packages. Wood flooring. 1-800-960-3388, Rouck Bros., Lumby, BC

2006 GMC YUKON XL Denali, 6L V8, only 66,000 kms!! Loaded, Nav, DVD, moonroof, $29,999 or $330 bi-weekly, 0 down. 306-371-6996, Saskatoon, SK, DL#318705 80 USED 40’ 2x6 rafters, good condition, 2007 GMC YUKON DENALI, 6.2L V8, 6 spd. $55 each. 204-324-6088, Altona, MB. auto., AWD, fully loaded, leather, sunroof, 20” chromed alum. wheels, 98,000 kms, $31,999. Phone 306-873-2633 Tisdale, SK. DL #910416. ALL BUILDINGS MOVED, raised and level2009 BUICK ENCLAVE CX, 2 in stock. ing, hydraulic jacking. Howell Building 51,000 kms $33,999; 83,000 kms $28,999. Movers, 306-539-1791, Regina, SK. PST paid on both. 306-873-2633, Tisdale, PRIVE BUILDING MOVERS Ltd.! Bonded, SK. DL #910416. licensed for SK. and AB. Fully insured. 2010 JEEP LIBERTY, 4x4, $21,888. Moving all types and sizes of buildings. Wynyard, SK. Phone 1-800-667-4414 or Call Andy 306-625-3827, Ponteix, SK. visit

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MAGILL FARM AND FIELD SERVICES is booking custom spraying and swathing acres for the 2011 season. Late model JD and MacDon equipment to serve your needs. For first class service call Ivor at 403-894-5400, Lethbridge, AB.

CUSTOM BALE HAULING. Anywhere in central Prairies. We’ll get it done! Phone 403-875-6882, Elkwater, AB.

GIBBY’S CUSTOM CUTTING taking bookings for 2011 swathing / combining acres. 30’ Hesston swather. 306-331-7002, Dysart, SK. NEUFELD ENT. CORRAL CLEANING, payloader, Bobcat w/rubber tracks, vertical beater spreaders. Custom fencing. 306-220-5013, 306-467-5013, Hague, SK. RANCH OIL CONTRACTING LTD has 2 Have Crop Damage? vertical beater truck mounted manure Spray Drift. Tank Residue. spreaders and JD wheel loader for hire in NW SK. and NE AB. For all your corral Where do you start? cleaning needs please call David or Joanna Crop Forensic 306-238-4800, Goodsoil, SK. Agrologist Services TURBO CORRAL CLEANING. Two trucks with spreaders and Cat. Reasonable rates. •Investigations 306-228-2466, 306-228-8355, Unity, SK. •Documentation F R O E S E C U S TO M C o m b i n i n g a n d •Mediations Swathing, MacDon machine, 30’ header, By Professional Agrologist available for hay and canola, GPS. Phone 403-952-1889, Burdett, AB. Who is an Independent Third-party Expert Witness 4 T C O N T R A C TO R S I N C . C u s t o m mulching. Will do any kind of work. George Lewko PAg. 306-329-4485, 306-222-8197, Asquith, SK. Inputs Management Agro Inc. 1.866.929.4946 EXPLOSIVES CONTRACTOR- Beaver dams, rocks, stumps. Reasonable rates. Northwest Demolition, Radisson, SK, 306-827-2269, 306-827-7835. MAGILL FARM AND FIELD SERVICES is booking custom spraying and swathing acres for the 2011 season. Late model JD and MacDon equipment to serve your FREE CATALOGUE HALFORD’S butcher needs. For first class service call Ivor at supplies and equipment, leather, animal 403-894-5400, Lethbridge, AB. control products, tanning, buyers of raw cattle hides. Call 1-800-353-7864. WebJ.W. COMMERCIAL site www.halfordsmailorder. com BANDSAW BLADES: wood, metal, meat, custom made. Steelmet Supply, Saskatoon, 1-800-667-3046. HOBART SHRINK WRAP, very good, $450. 306-227-9228, Saskatoon, SK.

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

SALT AND PEPPER shakers, 1800 pairs; 750 kerosene lamps. Phone 780-696-2535, Breton, AB.

HAYLAND FOR LEASE, 80 acres, 2 miles North and 3 miles East of Asquith, SK. 306-343-7633.


Exterior offertilizer bins, lizin g barns, houses, lightning Sp ecian : i rods & seam less eavestrough 825 Hochela g a St.E.M oose Ja w ,SK S6 H 0R2 Phone: 306 -54 1 -1 1 35 Em a il: jim w illia m son7 3@ g m a RANCH OIL CONTRACTING LTD offers the following services: brushing, land clearing, land improvements, and dugouts. 306-238-4800, Goodsoil, SK. SPECIALIZING IN MULCHING! LAND CLEARING! TRAILS! STUMPS! No burning, no dozing, no piles, no ripping, no hauling. Turn trees and deadfall into mulch... Save selected trees if desired. The enviro-friendly tree reduction company! (SK) 306-933-2950; (AB) 403-969-9348. BRUSH MULCHING. The fast, effective way to clear land. Four season service, competitive rates, multiple units available. Bucket truck services. Borysiuk Contracting, 306-960-3804, Prince Albert, SK. REGULATION DUGOUTS: 120x60x14’ $1800; 160x60x14’ $2600; 180x60x14’ $3000; 200x60x14’ $3400. Saskatoon, SK, 306-653-3473, 306-222-8054. CORRAL CLEANING, DAIRYLAND Agro Supply can move your product fast and easy. Payloaders, Bobcat, large Artex vertical beater spreaders. Call Saskatoon 306-249-2157 and book for 2011.

W I L L D O C U S TO M H A R V E S T I N G Equipped w/Case combines, IHC trucks, flex, straight and PU headers. Professional D85/21 KOMATSU, bought new 2003, operation w/insurance. 204-371-9435 or 14’ manual angle w/twin tilts, 26” pads, 701-520-4036, St. Pierre, MB. factory cab, ripper, forestry protected, 3330 orig hrs, mint cond. Serious inquiries only. 306-272-4382, Foam Lake, SK. THREE SKIDSTEERS: 2005 Bobcat S150, 1 CUSTOM SILAGING w/960 Claas chopper. with full cab and heat. 306-483-2500, Can supply swathing, trucking and pack- Oxbow, SK. ing. Ph. 780-753-0353 or 780-753-1283, 2004 CASE/IH 580 SM backhoe, 4850 Kirriemuir, AB. hrs., 40” digging bucket, front rubber 1 yr KSW CUSTOM CHOPPING, JD SP chop- old. $52,000 OBO. 306-743-2636 or per, live bottom trucks, 19 yrs. experience, 306-743-7711, Langenburg, SK. reasonable rates. For all your alfalfa cereal CAT D9H, S/N 90V05973 w/cab, ripper, a n d c o r n s i l a g e n e e d s c a l l K e v i n angle dozer, $77,500; 1987 10 man camp, 306-947-2812, 306-221-9807, Hepburn SK 2 side by side, 12x54’ units, $27,000; 125 KW genset, S/N 4B13394, w/Cat 3303 eng ALLAN DAIRY IS taking bookings for the $19,500; 2500 gal heated water shack 2011 silage season. All crops. Will travel. $17,500; 2006 JD 330CLC S/N FF330LX8204-371-1367 or 204-371-7302, Manitoba. 04176, w/thumb, 48” digging/72” cleanout buckets, catwalks, EROPS, 4400 hrs, UNRUH FARM SERVICES custom chop- $132,500. Rod 780-918-1499, Leduc, AB. ping grasses, cereals, corn. Will travel. Call Warren 204-662-4494 or 204-851-1751, 1981 TEREX 7221 wheel loader, 2 yard, $18,000. 204-525-4521, Minitonas, MB. Cromer, MB. DAIRYLAND AGRO SUPPLY Ltd. has John Deere 7600 choppers, corn headers, N E W L O A D E R / S K I D S T E E R T I R E S trucks, packers and swathers. Ready to do 20.5x25 20 ply $1496; 10x16.5 10 ply your silage chopping. Call Saskatoon $179; 12x16.5 ply $219; 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.8x38 12 ply $826; 20.5x25 24 306-249-2157 and book for 2011. ply $1610; 13.00-24 12 ply $436; 17.5x25 CACTUS RIDGE CUSTOM HARVESTING 24 ply $809. Factory-direct, no middleFull service custom silage. Crew available men. Combine, tractor, implement tires for hay, cereals and corn. Book early to also available. guarantee your timely harvest. Call Darren 1-800-667-4515. 780-842-7089, Chauvin, AB. HITACHI 270, c/w thumb, cleanup bucket, cat walk, 6600 hours. 780-307-5948, JIMLEE AG SERVICES Claas 900 and 869 Rochester, AB. RU600 corn head, 18’ conditioners, 60’ swaths, merging, trucks, 12’ and 14’ bag- FOR SALE 627B CAT Motor scraper, 29” rubber, ready to work. $40,000 OBO. ger. Call Jim 306-697-7197, Grenfell, SK. 306-338-2260, 306-338-7405 Wadena, SK. GILBRAITH FARM SERVICES: Now NEW 10’ AND 12’ Big Dog Box scrapbooking your 2011 acres. Will travel. ers. Heavy duty, tilt, 24’’ high back, 42’’ Grasses, cereals, corn. Call 204-379-2843, available in both widths for up to 5 yd. 204-745-0092, St. Claude, MB. heap capacity. Starting at $3500. Phone 204-871-1175, MacGregor, MB. CUSTOM SILAGE. Taking bookings for this year’s alfalfa, cereals, and corn. Com- VOLVO G740 GRADER, 2002, 17.5 tires, petitive service and rates, equipped for 8650 hrs., x-county, $89,000; also 5 yd., wet conditions. Call Jason at Hague, SK., G.P. bucket, fits Cat 966 D, E, F, $4500. Phone 403-291-1010, Calgary, AB. 306-381-7689.


CAT 435, 463 And 70 hyd. pull scrapers, vg condition; Also Cat 80 and Cat 70 cable scrapers. 204-793-0098, Winnipeg, MB. 2002 CASE 580 BACKHOE “Super M”, Extend-A-Hoe, 4 WD, 4124 hrs., nice shape. $42,900. Trades accepted, financing available. 1-800-667-4515. CONTERRA GRADER for skidsteers and tractors. Excellent for road maintenance, floating and levelling. 518S-SS, $2499. Conterra manufactures over 150 attachments. Call 1-877-947-2882, view online at TEXOMA 330-20 HD drill, 4.53 Detroit eng., Allison 331-3 trans, rig only, turn table, rear jacks, good cond; 1983 Texoma 6 0 0 - 3 5 , Cummins eng., Funk trans mounted on 1992 Mack tandem. Both good cond. Joey 780-922-7133, 780-991-6292, Sherwood Park, AB. 10X40’ SELF CONTAINED construction trailer, triple axle w/pintle hitch, sleeps 4, propane furnace, full bathroom, composting toilet. 204-472-3143, 204-648-3705, Cranberry Portage, MB. K E L L O - B I LT 5 0 0 B R E A K I N G d i s c . , 30”x1/2” blade, 14” spacing, oilbath bearings, 651 lb. per blade pressure. 780-349-2644, Westlock, AB. CHAMPION GRADER PARTS, Model D600 to 760, 1972 to 1986, engines, trans, hyd. pumps, etc. Call Wes 306-682-3367 leave message, Humboldt, SK. 2 0 0 6 V O LV O E C 2 9 0 L C e x c av a t o r, plumbed for hammer and thumb, QA 2-1/2 yd. bucket, 5394 hrs., wide pads, no leaks on cylinder or engine, pins and bushings exc., very clean, very well maintained, $90,000. 204-871-0925, MacGregor, MB. FIVE TON CRANE, 31’ 6”, $4500; 235 Plus Thomas Bobcat, good shape, 2800 hrs, $14,000. Ph. 780-439-6906 Edmonton, AB. SCRAPERS FOR SALE, Cat, LaPlante, Allis, LeTourneau, converted to hyd., will also do custom conversions. Looking for cable scrapers. Call Toll free 1-866-602-4093. 1085-B DROTT HOE, 3500 original hrs., $19,900. Must be sold. Ph. 204-723-2820 Treherne, MB. CRAWLERS: Dresser TD7H 6-way blade, 6 0 H P, $ 2 2 , 9 0 0 ; C a t D 7 F, c a n o p y, $29,000; Loaders: Cat 950, 3 yard, $25,000; Skidsteer: 2006 JD 325, cab, heat, $22,900; Zoom Boom: JCB 508C 45’, $35,000; Genie 45/25J manlift 50’, $22,900; Scissor lift 40’, $12,000; Forklift: Clark, 8000 lb., $9,000; Knuckle Boom: Tico 25’, $4000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, 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, TWO CAT 463 HYDRAULIC scrapers; One MRF 20 yard hyd. scraper. All good condition, $24,000- $32,000. Also scraper and loader tires. Quick Drain Sales, Meunster, SK. 306-231-7318 or 306-682-4520. D7G CAT w/DOZER and ripper, good shape. Ph 306-634-8009, Estevan, SK. 6 YARD Leon scraper in excellent condition. Phone 306-745-3851, Esterhazy, SK.

2003 BOBCAT 753, heat, cab, winter kit, exc. cond., diesel, auxiliary hyd., $11,500. Snowblower and bucket available. Can deliver. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. 2003 D7R SERIES II Cat with SU blade and ripper; D7E 47A standard Cat; 1997 trackhoe, 6800 hrs.; 1978 Low Boy trailer. 306-845-3407, Turtleford, SK. 2005 430 CASE Series III skidsteer, cab, air, heat, 725 hrs, exc. cond., asking $30,000 OBO. Call Ray, Ken’s Equip. Inc., 403-581-8140, Dunmore, AB. CAT 416B LOADER Backhoe, 1998 4 WD, ext hoe, quick coupler c/w 2 buckets, aux. hyd’s, $25,000. 780-679-7062 Camrose AB TWO EXCAVATORS: 2007 JD 270D, 4300 h r s ; 2 0 0 6 C at 3 2 0 C L U, 4 1 0 0 h r s . w w w. c o n q u e s t e q u i p m e n t . n e t 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. WANTED: FINAL DRIVE Puller for D7G and D8H Cats. Call 306-675-4884, Kelliher, 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. 2001 D6RXL CAT dozer, c/w ripper, 30” pads; 2006 JD 2054 harvester c/w VotecHornet 620AFS processor head; 2006 JD 2054 harvester c/w Votec-Hornet 620SFS head processor; 2006 Tigercat 822 feller buncher. Equipment for sale by owner. Call Intermountain Contracting 204-734-4222 office, 204-734-818 cell, Swan River, MB.


ROME PLOW AND KELLO DISC blades and bearings, 24” to 42” notched disc blades. 1-888-500-2646, Red Deer, AB. 1975 25 TON lowbed, ramps, safetied, hardly used, $9000. 403-818-8615, Nobleford, AB.

2009 7810 GEHL skidsteer w/wo 4’ tree ALLIS CHALMERS HD11EP crawler traccutting saw. Phone 403-545-6340 or cell tor, hyd. dozer, Carco F-50 winch, runs great, good farm dozer, offers. HD11 parts 403-580-6889, Bow Island, AB. for sale. Call 204-242-2783, Manitou, MB. ON HAND: 19 skidsteers, 12 backhoes, 9 telescopic lifts, 17 loaders, 2 crawlers, 3 NEW HEAVY DUTY V-DITCHERS now excavators, 1 grader, 2 Ditch Witches. available. Quick Drain Sales, 306-682-3332 Website: or phone or cell 306-231-7318, Muenster, SK. 306-231-8111, Humboldt, SK. HYDRAULIC PULL SCRAPERS, 6 to 40 1994 IH TANDEM fuel truck, 350 Cat, 15 yards: Caterpillar, Allis Chalmers/ LaPlant, LeTourneau, etc., pull type and direct spd., air ride, Advance, 17,300 L, 5 com2005 JD 310G BACKHOE, 3300 hrs, JD available. Cat #12 pull grader. 4.5 Turbo, good pins in stick and loader, partment, pump, LC meter, printer, certi- mount 204-822-3797, Morden, MB. fied. Phone 306-752-4909, Melfort, SK. runs great, nice overall condition. $39,800. Trades accepted. Financing available. 1 9 8 5 C AT E R P I L L A R 6 2 7 B M o t o r WANTED: MF80 backhoe, running or for 1-800-667-4515. scraper. Well maintained, AC. 1700 hrs. parts. Phone 306-273-4212, Rhein, SK. 1995 CAT 320L excavator, $60,000; 1975 on rebuilt rear eng., 3800 hrs. on rebuilt REBUILT D8-H 46-A transmission, ready to W20 Case Wheel Loader, $30,000; 1984 front eng., 3300 hrs. on rebuilt cushion install, could supply work orders, $3600. W20C Case Wheel Loader, $37,000. All in hitch, 75% -front tires, rears -40%, and 2 Cypress River, MB. Ph. 204-743-2324. good working condition. Ph. 306-384-6767 spares included. Oil samples taken regularly and are avail. upon request. $75,000 EXCELLENT SELECTION Used skidsteers, Saskatoon, SK. OBO. For further inquiries or viewings con- track loaders, fork lifts, zoom booms, mini 1980 FORD 755 BACKHOE and loader tact Randy Diehl, R.M. of Mervin No. 499, excavators. Visit for dec/w Allied 77 breaker and tamper, 3 buck- 306-845-7218, Turtleford, SK. tails, specs and prices. Glenmor, phone ets and spare rear wheel, fair condition. 1979 FORD 750 BACKHOE, new motor 306-764-2325, Prince Albert, SK. 403-938-7858, De Winton, AB. and new rear tires less than 1000 hrs on CAT D6B, S/N #44A1134, c/w Barber hyd. 1988 D85-18 KOMATSU crawler cab, winch them, 3 buckets and spare rear wheel. angle dozer, good shape, $15,000 OBO. angle dozer, 200 hrs on new motor, UC 403-938-7858, De Winton, AB. 204-669-9626, Winnipeg, MB. 70%, $39,000. 780-679-7062 Camrose, AB. KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC400-LC-5, 1994, 2007 CAT 324DL trackhoe, 3900 hrs., 2 KEWANNEE 16’ BREAKING disc, $19,000; 4 yd. bucket; 224 Cat excavator; Euclid buckets, thumb, like new, $160,000. Wishek 12’ disc, $17,000; Baker 4000 lb. R35 water truck; Versatile 800 Series II 306-275-2007, St. Brieux, SK. forklift, $4900; Gradall telescopic boom tractor; 1 Cat 235 quick coupler for buckforklift, engine needs repair, $5900 ets; Ext. 72” cleanout bucket, 3.75 yd.; Ext. Ser. 48” digging bucket, 4 tooth, rims and 1-866-938-8537. tires for Vers. 800 series II, 18.4x38 in good cond. 306-634-9911, Estevan SK. 6 CYL. CUMMINS, 6cta-8-3 (from 8570 combine), 240 HP , approx 1750 hrs., LS2800 LINK BELT EXCAVATOR, 1996, $7000 if I remove, $6500 if you remove. 9000 hrs, undercarriage 65% quicktach W i l l f i t o t h e r a p p s . P h o n e R o b i n c / w 2 b u c k e t s , n i c e $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 . 403-741-4196, Erskine, AB. May negotiate. 780-679-7062 Camrose, AB JD 325 SKIDSTEER on tracks, 78” HD ma- 290 CUMMINS; 350 Detroit; 671 Detroit; nure bucket with grapple and 84” material Series 60 cores. Call: 306-539-4642, Regib u c k e t , $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 8 4 3 - 2 0 6 2 , na, SK 306-843-7594, Wilkie, SK. 3208 CAT ENGINE, no leaks, runs good. TD-20-B FULL CANOPY, fully guarded, an- D7G ANGLE DOZER TILTS, std., winch, 306-493-2556, 306-493-7382, Delisle, SK. gle tilt blade, rebuilt motor, excellent trans new UC- 0 hrs., 26” pads, drawbar, new 250 MACK TURBO, c/w rad and 5 speed and torque, vg UC, 24” pads, warranty, batteries. 306-238-4411, Goodsoil, SK. transmission, $1000 OBO. For more info $29,000. Can deliver. 204-743-2324, CyD7E CAT w/U-shaped angle dozer, eng. call 204-734-8449, Minatonas, MB. press River, MB. and trans. rebuilt approx. 600 hrs. ago., DIESEL AND GAS ENGINES for tractors, BARGER PARTS INC. is celebrating 30 nice shape, $20,000. 204-871-0925, combines and swathers. JD, IH, Perkins, years in business. Enjoy our celebration McGregor, MB. Cat, Ford. Early and late models. One year savings for all your crushing equipment CEMENT SILO, split compartment, 2 w a r r a n t y. P h o n e 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 . parts needs. Parts available for all makes product, approx. 40-50 tonne, Calgary dis- of cones, jaws, rolls, screen decks, trict, $1400 OBO. Phone 780-233-2222, 3406B, N14, SERIES 60, running engines washing equipment, conveyor parts, Mayerthorpe, AB. and parts. Call Yellowhead Traders, including idlers, rollers and reducers for all makes and models. Call Pete Gerrard at CLIFF’S USED CRAWLER PARTS. Some 306-896-2882, Churchbridge, SK. 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 . ENGINE OVERHAUL KITS! Complete kits 1-866-434-6700. 780-755-2295, Edgerton, AB. available for John Deere, Fiat Allis, Case, (4) 2004 GENIE GS2668RT 4x4 scissor Allis Chalmers, Komatsu, Cat and Perkins lift, $11,900 plus taxes; 2002 Genie Engines. Construction and Ag. Very comGS2668RT 4x4 scissor lift, $10,500 plus petitive pricing. B a rg e r P a r t s I n c . taxes; 1999 Skyjack SJ7027 scissor lift, 1-866-434-6700, Edmonton, AB. $7500 plus taxes; 1997 JLG 3369E elec. BRAND NEW C9 CAT ENGINE complete, scissor lift, $5900 plus taxes; (2) 2005 $13,000 OBO. 403-348-1521, Penhold, AB. JLG 1930ES electric scissor lift, $7300 plus taxes; 2005 JLG 2646ES electric REMANUFACTURED DIESEL ENGINES: GM scissor lift, $7800 plus taxes; (2) Genie 6.5L, $4750 installed; Ford/IH 7.3L, $4950 GS1930 elec. scissor lift, $5500 plus tax- installed; New 6.5L engines, $6500; es; 2000 Skyjack SJIII3219 elec. scissor 12/24v 5.9L Cummins; GM Duramax. Othlift, $4900 plus taxes; 2003 Skyjack er new/used/and Reman diesel engines SJIII3220 elec. scissor lift, $6900 plus available. Call 204-532-2187, 8 AM to 5:30 2001 Genie GS2646 elec. scissor PM Mon to Fri. Thickett Engine Rebuilding, 1980 TEREX 8230-B angle tilt dozer, 4700 taxes; $5900 plus taxes. 306-483-2384, Binscarth, MB. total hrs, UC like new, 24” pads, exc. cond, lift, full canopy, warranty, $67,900. Can deliv- 306-421-4238, Oxbow, SK. USED, REBUILT or NEW engines. Speer, consider trade. Phone 204-743-2324, cializing in Cummins, have all makes, large inventory of parts, repowering is our speCypress River, MB. cialty. 1-877-557-3797, Ponoka, AB. 2005 CASE SUPER M backhoe extend-ahoe, ride control, 4100 hrs., all new rubber, exc. cond. $52,000; 1992 Kan Dump belly dump gravel trailer, $13,000; 1975 FARM AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL Wisconsin lowbed, drop deck tilt trailer, motor sales, service and parts. Also sale new rubber, $7500. Trailers have current of, and repairs to, all makes and sizes of s a f e t y. O w n e r r e t i r i n g . P h o n e pumps, generators, phase converters, etc. 204-859-2437, Rossburn, MB. Tisdale Motor Rewinding 1984 Ltd., 306873-2881, fax 306-873-4788, 1005A- 111 HYDRAULIC SCRAPERS: LEVER 60, 70, 80, and 435, 4 - 20 yd. available, rebuilt 2008 D3-K LGP Cat, c/w winch, AC and Ave., Tisdale, SK. for years of trouble-free service. Lever heat cab, 6-way blade, guarded canopy, PHASE CONVERTERS, RUN 220V 3 phase Holdings Inc, 306-682-3332, Muenster SK 3 1 0 h r s , $ 8 5 , 0 0 0 . C a n d e l i v e r. motors, on single phase. 204-800-1859, 0 4 - 7 4 3 - 2 3 2 4 , C y p r e s s R i v e r, M B . Winnipeg, MB. D85 KOMATSU hydraulic angle dozer, full canopy and brush guard, excellent UC. Can deliver. 780-307-5948, Westlock, AB. BRAND NEW, NEW HOLLAND skidsteer, Bucket, $2000 OBO. 306-662-7774, HITACHI EX120 EXCAVATOR, 4700 hrs, 2 Rock buckets and thumb. Jim 403-577-2197 or Maple Creek, SK. NEW GENESIS ENGINES. Still in original 403-575-0093, Consort, AB. LEON MODEL 550 scraper, hyd. push off, factory crate. Available for TR99 and mint condition, no rocks. 306-464-2135, C X 8 4 0 / 8 6 0 / 8 8 0 . $ 9 8 6 0 e a c h . 2000 KOBELCO SK220LC w/thumb, Lang, SK. 1-800-667-4515. manual quick connect, 6800 hrs., 55,000 lbs, 32” pads, 21’ reach, some new parts, 553 BOBCAT, bucket and forks, 600 hours, 4 2 ” d i g b u c k e t , $ 5 5 , 0 0 0 O B O . as new, acreage use only, $12,500. Clayton, 403-818-8615, Lethbridge, AB. 306-554-7694, Mozart, SK. 1988 CAT D7R XR and 2003 CAT D7R II dozers; Cat excavator E120B; Lansing 8000 lb forklift; Taylor 12,000 lb forklift; 1995 Case 586E grapple loader; Clark 664BWD skidder; 2001 JD 44H wheel loader; Cat Model 70 hyd. pull scraper; 463E hyd pull scraper; 1988 Superior Pierce firetrucks. Phone 780-361-7322, Edmonton, AB.

1997 CASE 9030B excavator, 7025 hrs. Good paint, pins, bushings and UC, 36” Destec bucket, Henley teeth, 32” triple bar pads, $50,000. 306-783-1093 Yorkton, SK. Email:

D7F CAT, standard, S/N #93N01908, c/w angle dozer, drawbar, eng. covers, 310G JD loader backhoe, 3000 hrs, aux. canopy, front sweep arms, operator side hyds, ride control, ext. hoe, quick coupler, and rear screens, looks good, $28,500. turbo, $42,000. 780-679-7062 Camrose AB 306-469-5790, Big River, SK. WRECKING: D-8 13A, good rails, poor 966 CAT LOADER, 1 owner, 1980, 12,000 pads. FOR SALE: D2 stationary motor, hrs, new LP tires, $60,000. Clayton, 1988 JD 850 B twin tilt angle dozer, trans. and pumps rebuilt, all new rollers, excel403-818-8615, Lethbridge, AB. running cond. 780-755-2185 Edgerton, AB. lent undercarriage, 24” pads, vg shape, 700 VERSATILE, Cummins motor, V8, du- KOMATSU 8000 lb. forklift, dual front warranty. Can deliver. $58,500 Consider als, triple hydraulic, $8750 OBO. Phone w h e e l s , l o n g fo r k s , $ 7 8 0 0 . P h o n e trades. Phone 204-743-2324, Cypress, MB. 780-386-3979, Lougheed, AB. 780-233-2222, Mayerthorpe, AB.

11,400 bu. Twister bin c/w steel floor, includes set up. $ 19,900 $1.74 per bu.

700 FORD GRAIN TRUCK, $950 OBO. Phone 780-233-2222, Mayerthorpe, AB.

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Westrum Lumber

1-888-663-9663 Rouleau, SK


SILVER STREAM SHELTERS: 30x72 single steel frame cover kit, $4700; 38x100 truss, $11,900. Replacement tarps for any brand, patch kits, rope webbing and ratchets. Call 1-877-547-4738. 30’x84’ COVER-ALL BUILDING, tarp and steel, no end walls, $4995. 306-228-3060, Unity, 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.

Building Supplies & Contracting

Hague, SK P: 306-225-2288 F: 306-225-4438

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Shops & Pole Sheds Post & Stick Frame Building Riding Arenas D airy, H og, & C hicken Barns

Introducing Zak’s Pre-Engineered Laminated Post!

See us for competitive prices and efficient service!


OSLER, SASK. PH: (306) 242-7767 FAX: (306) 242-7895


*** LEASE PURCHASE FINANCING AVAILABLE *** 3,500 Bushel Unstiffened Behlen

5,000 Bushel Unstiffened Behlen

Hopper Bin Combo

Hopper Bin Combo

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16’ Dia Bin / 12” Slide Gate 27” Remote Lid Opener / Safety Fill Safety Ring / Wall & Roof Ladders Heavy Duty 8 Leg Cone w/18” Air Port Painted Cone Interior / Exterior Double 4x6 Skid / Man Hole

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18’ Dia Bin / 18” Rack & Pinion Gate 27” Remote Lid Opener / Safety Fill Safety Ring / Wall & Roof Ladders Heavy Duty 10 Leg Cone w/24” Air Port Painted Cone Interior / Exterior Double 4x6 Skid / Man Hole

Set-up Included Delivery Charges Extra

Set-up Included Delivery Charges Extra

*Optional Air Screen & 5hp Fan Available*

*Optional Air Screen & 5hp Fan Available*






7,000 Bushel Unstiffened Behlen 10,000 Bushel Unstiffened Behlen Hopper Bin Combo • • • • • •

19.5’ Dia Bin / 18” Rack & Pinion Gate 27” Remote Lid Opener / Safety Fill Safety Ring / Wall & Roof Ladders Heavy Duty 12 Leg Cone w/24” Air Port Painted Cone Interior / Exterior Double 4x6 Skid / Man Hole

Hopper Bin Combo • • • • • •

22’ Dia Bin / 18” Rack & Pinion Gate 27” Remote Lid Opener / Safety Fill Safety Ring / Wall & Roof Ladders Heavy Duty 14 Leg Cone w/24” Air Port Painted Cone Interior / Exterior Triple 4x6 Skid / Man Hole

Set-up Included Delivery Charges Extra

Set-up Included Delivery Charges Extra

*Optional Air Screen & 7hp Fan Available*

*Optional Air Screen & 10hp Fan Available*

18,237.00 + GST



24,667.00 + GST


CREWS AVAILABLE!! Authorized Dealer




NEW STEEL BUILDING 84â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; walls 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122; to peak. 2 steel man doors. 2- 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; door openings. All hardware included. $26,000 OBO. 780-777-9814, St. Albert AB


NEWER BEHLEN STEEL building 68â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x100â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 44â&#x20AC;&#x2122; sliding door, 2 walk-in doors, $40,000 OBO. 306-536-3433, Regina, SK, email

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NICE HIP ROOF barn to be moved, 50x28â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, built in 1924. Taking offers. 306-369-2765, Bruno, SK. AFAB INDUSTRIES POST frame buildings. For the customer that prefers quality. 1-888-816-AFAB (2322), Rocanville, SK.



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BEHLEN STEEL BUILDINGS, quonsets, convex and rigid frame straight walls, grain tanks, metal cladding, farm - commercial. Construction and concrete crews. Guaranteed workmanship. Call your Saskatoon and northwest Behlen Distributor, Janzen Steel Buildings, 306-242-7767, Osler, SK.

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G a lv. roof m eta l, Colored w a ll m eta l, Colored m eta l fla s hin g s (ou ts id e corn ers , ba s e fla s h, ea ve fla s h, g a ble fla s h, J cha n n el, d rip fla s h), S teel In s . W a lk In Door& Lock s et. 60x120 - 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; trea ted 6x6 p os t bld g . c/ w 36x18 bifold d oor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40,353.56 C a ll us w ith your requirem ents for a free es tim a te. #1 M ETAL CLADDING M a n y typ es a n d p rofiles a va ila ble. Fa rm a n d in d u s tria l, g a lva n ized , g a lva lu m e, a n d colored , 26, 28, 29 & 30 g a u g e m eta l. Phon e forp ricin g .

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TWO WESTEEL ROSCO 2100 bu. hopper bins on double steel skids, with Nordin hopper cones, easy to move. 306-536-7800, 306-443-2316, Alida, SK.


WESTEEL EXTENSION PARTS for 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; and 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; standard corrugation bins. All new parts. In stock and competitive pricing. Willwood Industries 1-866-781-9560. Get details and prices at: 18- 2000 BU WESTEEL hopper bins c/w Trail Rite hopper bottoms and skids; 9 w o o d e n f l o o r, s t e e l b i n s . B l a i n e , 306-287-4289, 306-287-8062, Watson, SK.

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. PORTABLE GRAIN RINGS made of steel. New 20 gauge wide-corr steel sheets 48â&#x20AC;?H. Sizes from 3650 bu., $2072 to 83,000 bu., $11,447 including hardware. All sizes in stock. All rings 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;H. Best quality available. Canadian made quality silver cone shaped tarps avail. for all sizes. All tarps in stock. Complete packages include freight to any major point in Western Canada. Overnight delivery to most major points in Western Canada. Willwood Industries toll free 1-866-781-9560, fax 306-781-0108. For all pricing, details, pictures visit our website:






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Pa ck a ge o f (3) 4235 Bu . Ho pper Co m b o s c/w Ro o fa n d W a ll L a d d ers , Au to L id Op en ers , S a ftifils , 8 L eg Ho p p ers , Do u b le 5â&#x20AC;? x 5â&#x20AC;? S kid s , 40 Degree S lo p es & E rected Price: $33,300.00 or $2.62 Per Bu.


Pa ck a ge o f (2) 6 200 Bu . Ho pper Co m b o s c/w Ro o fa n d W a ll L a d d ers , Au to L id Op en ers , S a ftifils , 12 L eg Ho p p ers , T rip le 4â&#x20AC;? x 4â&#x20AC;? S kid s & E rected . Price: $30,600.00 or $2.46 Per Bu.

Pa ck a ge o f (2) 10,000 Bu . Ho pper Co m b o s c/w Ro o fa n d W a ll L a d d ers , Au to L id Op en ers ,S a ftifils , 18 L eg Ho p p er, T rip le 4â&#x20AC;? x 8â&#x20AC;? S kid s & E rected . Price: $48,000.00 or $2.40 Per Bu.

Pa ck a ge o f (2) 7200 Bu . Ho pper Co m b o s c/w Ro o fa n d W a ll L a d d ers , Au to L id Op en ers , S a ftifils , 14 L eg Ho p p ers , Qu a d 4â&#x20AC;? x 4â&#x20AC;? S kid s & E rected Price: $34,500.00 or $2.39 Per Bu.

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1 ONLY - 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; PARKSIDE HOPPER cone w/skid base, painted inside and out, $4800, trucking available. 306-324-4441, SBL, Margo, SK.


WHEATLAND MODEL 1615 fertilizer bins, 2- 2008 and 4- 2009, 365 bu. or 108 MT, 4 with air, all on 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; skids. For other options call Graham at 306-935-4523, FOR ALL YOUR STRUCTURAL STEEL, 306-831-7514 cell, Milden, SK. roofing and siding needs, big or small. Call Fouillard Steel Supplies, St. Lazare, MB. POLY HOPPER BINS, 100 bu., $900; 150 1-800-510-3303. Remember nobody sells bu. $1250. Call for nearest dealer. Buffer Valley Ind., 306-258-4422, Vonda, SK. roofing and siding cheaper!! Nobody.

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4- 1350 BU. WESTEEL BINS, no floors. Offers. Phone 306-336-2751 leave msg., Lipton, SK.

3600 BU. GOEBEL steel bin, Burstall, SK. area, asking $5500. Call Harold Winter. BEHLEN BIN/ HOPPER COMBOS: 3500 306-628-3504 or 306-679-7706 cell. bu., 10 leg hopper and skid, unstiffened grain bin, roof and side ladder. Manhole in TWO 12,000 BUSHEL Behlen grain rings, hopper. Constructed. Leasing available. $1800 for the pair. Shawn 306-472-7704, Peterson Construction, 306-789-2444, Re- Lafleche, SK. gina, SK. TRAILTECH BIN MOVING trailer, up to WANTED: STEEL BIN rings 2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; high, 5000 3200 bu. bin, tandem axle. 306-728-8428, to 6000 bu. each. Phone 306-233-7889, Melville, SK. Cudworth, SK. GATCO GRAIN BIN air tubes, special pricWESTEEL, GOEBEL, grain and fertilizer ing, free delivery. Grain Bin Direct, 306-373-4919, Saskatoon, SK. bins. Grain Bin Direct, 306-373-4919.

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â&#x20AC;˘ Calgary, AB 101 4800 104th Ave. S.E. 403-279-3355 or 1-877-642-2923

â&#x20AC;˘ Grande Prairie, AB

11215 - 91st Ave. 1-877-307-5777



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BIN MOVING, all sizes up to 19’ diameter, w/wo floors; Also move liquid fert. tanks. 306-629-3324, 306-741-9059, Morse, SK. SPECIAL PURCHASE- Twister 11,000 bu. bin on a steel floor. $1.76/bu, includes set up. Call your nearest Flaman store or call 1-888-435-2626. DEALER FOR SAKUNDIAK BINS, from 250 to 55,000 bu. Includes skid, ladders, manhole, set up and delivery available. Also hopper cones, 14 to 21’ dia. w/skids. 306-538-4487, Kennedy, SK. NEW AND USED grain baggers and extractors; And new 9’ and 10’ bags. Call 306-934-1414, Warman, SK. 7- 3300 BU. WESTEEL bins, w/aeration, 5 on wood, 2 on cement; 2- 4000 BU. WESTEEL bins, no aeration, on cement; 3- 2900 BU. BEHLEN bins, no aeration, on cement. Bins located NW of Mossbank, SK. Buyers responsible for moving. Call Dave 306-354-7369 or Mike 306-354-7822 CUSTOM BIN MOVING in Saskatchewan, up to 21’ diameter. Marty 306-220-7915, Blaine Lake, SK. USED BINS- Used Wheatland bins, 3 fert. and 4 grain, 2 of the grain bins comes with aeration. All bins are 4,000 bu. capacity and c/w double skids. Also available: (2) 2250 Westeel Rosco and (4) 1900 WR bins on cones. Call Mike at Flaman Sales in Saskatoon, SK. for more info. at 306-934-2121, or visit CUSTOM BIN MOVING, all sizes up to 19’ d i a m e t e r, 3 4 ’ h i g h , w i t h c o n e s . 306-538-4487, Kennedy, SK. 10 WESTEEL ROSCO 3300 bu. bins, $3500 each; 4- 2750 bu. Westeel Rosco bins, $3000 each. 306-588-2636, Godenir, SK. BBB BIN CONSTRUCTION - Erections, extensions and repairs Alberta and Sask. Fully insured. 306-716-3122, Eston, SK. 4 BUTLER BINS, 2650 BUSHEL, floors good, $2000/each. 306-882-3278, Fiske, SK. 11 WESTEEL BINS, 6 Behlen and 1 Butler. Various sizes. 306-245-3758, Francis, SK.


LIMITED QUANTITY of flat floor Goebel GRAIN BAGGER- Protect your grain from grain bins, at special prices. Grain Bin Di- weather and insects! The Flaman Pro Grain rect, 306-373-4919, Saskatoon, SK. Bagger gives you low cost, instant grain storage. Bagger comes standard with hyd. THREE BEHLAN 2911 bu. bins on cement, conveyor and elec. winch for the bag. Lift c / w a e r a t i o n t u b e s , $ 2 3 0 0 e a c h . capacity of 6,000 bu./hour. Call Flaman 306-272-3928, Foam Lake, SK. S a l e s i n S a s k a t o o n , S K . t o d a y, FLAMAN CONVEYOR GRAIN BAGGER, 3 306-934-2121 or yrs. old, hopper unload, $22,000; Older Flaman style conveyor grain bagger, $12,000. 306-230-0479, Leask, SK. 50’x3’ TEMPORARY STORAGE ring with tarp. Used once, excellent shape! $3,490. Call Flaman Sales in Saskatoon, SK. 306-934-2121. SUPERIOR BINS are here and Middle Lake Steel is your dealer. Hopper mounts and steel floor models, 21’, 8000 bu. hopper w/triple skids, $17,800; 18’ 5000 bu. bin w/double skids, $10,900. We make hopper cones and steel floors for all makes of bins. 306-367-4306 or 306-367-2408, Middle Lake SK.


$3,095 & Tax. Reasonable Freight Rates.

TEMPORARY GRAIN BINS, selected 3/8” fir plywood with all holes drilled. Wood sizes from 1750 bu., $431. to 11,700 bu., $852 including hardware. All sizes in stock. All rings 4’ high. Best quality avail. Canadian made quality silver cone shaped tarps available for all sizes. All tarps in stock. Complete packages include freight to any major point in Western Canada. Overnight delivery to most major points in Western Canada. Willwood Industries toll free 1-866-781-9560, fax 306-781-0108. For pricing, details, pics: WANTED: SMALL HOPPERED bins, under 1 0 0 0 b u . , s u i t a b l e fo r s e e d . P h o n e 306-233-7305, Cudworth, SK.

Winter Booking Special

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

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Factory To Farm Grain Storage

Limited Time Offer.

306-324-4441 Margo, SK.

HOT DEAL. Lease 3- 4900 bu. Goebel hopper bins c/w foundation, delivery and erecting for as low as $3770, semi annual p ay m e n t s . O t h e r s i z e s a n d o p t i o n s available. Payment does not include piloting costs. Grain Bin Direct 306-373-4919.

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2650 GOEBEL LOW PROFILE hopper on steel skids, $3000 OBO; 3350 Westeel 19’ d i a m e t e r, o n c e m e n t , $ 2 5 0 0 O B O. 306-272-4725, Tuffnell, SK.

4 WESTEEL HOPPER aeration bins, 1950 to 4000 bu., 3- 1950 bu. hopper bins; 2200 bu. Westeel hopper bin; 4000 bu. Westeel bin; 3- 5 HP and 1- 7.5 HP centrifugal aeration fans. 306-961-2065 or GRAIN BAGS- Up North Grain Bags, 3x 306-287-4109 after 6:00 PM, Watson, SK tear resistant! Now only .06¢/bu. (in stock inventory), 9’ and 10’ sizes available. Call your nearest Flaman store or call BINS FOR SALE: 2000 bu. Westeel, wood 1-888-435-2626. floor; 2700 Westeel wood floor; 80¢/bu.; FOR ALL YOUR grain storage, hopper Two 4000 bu. Westeels w/air, no floor, cone and steel floor requirements contact: $1/bu.; 11,000 bu. Darmani w/air and 10 Kevin’s Custom Ag in Nipawin toll free: HP fan, steel floor, $1/bu. Phone Barry 1-888-304-2837. 306-946-7805, Young, SK.

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Grain Bin Direct Galvanized • Flat Floor • Hopper Bins Smooth Walls • Fertilizer • Grain • Feed Aeration • Rockets • Fans • Heaters Temp Cables Authorized Dealer

Saskatoon, SK

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Hig h Profile Hop p erbottom ; S teep 36 d eg ree s lop e; d ou ble ba n d for s ecu re bin m ou n tin g ; a ll boltholes p u n ched ; leg s a re d ou ble w eld ed to both ba n d s ; w ith g u s s etp la tes ; d rip free s ea led chu te; d ia m on d d es ig n m a n hole; con tin u ou s M IG w eld ed ; S a s k a tchew a n m a d e. Ho pperCo n e Bin Bo tto m s 14’ hop p ercon e. . . . . . . . . . . . $2 ,2 60.00 15’ hop p ercon e. . . . . . . . . . . . $2 ,675.00 15’ - 10” hop p ercon e. . . $3,000.00 18’ hop p ercon e. . . . . . . . . . . . $4,2 2 5.00 19’ hop p ercon e. . . . . . . . . . . . $4,550.00 S teel s k id & d elivery a va ila ble. Rosler Construction 2000 Inc. 120 - 71st St. W. Saskatoon, Sask. S7R 1A1 PH: (306) 933-0033 Fax (306) 242-3181 E-mail: GRAIN BIN DAMAGE? Wind damage repairs to all makes. Call Quadra Dev. Corp. 1-800-249-2708, Rocanville, SK.



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BIN MOVERS. The largest fleet of bin moving trailers and equipment in the prairies. Book now for spring. Good rates (no mileage charge), great service. Can move up to 19’ wide and 30’ tall. L’il Truck Hauling Ltd., 306-338-3921. Fred or Merle 306-338-8288.


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20’ TO 53’ CONTAINERS. New, used and modified. Available Winnipeg, MB; Regina and Saskatoon, SK. 306-933-0436.


SHIPPING CONTAINERS FOR SALE. 20’53’, delivery/ rental/ storage available. For inventory and prices call: 306-262-2899, Saskatoon, SK,

Financing Available

Contact Mike

NEW IN SASK. Stelbro side loader. Able to move 20’ and 40’ containers, loaded or empty. Call 306-421-7750 for rates, Lampman, SK.



2,340 bu Twister hopper bin/batch dryer c/w Sukup Stir system, 5HP fan, Sukup heater. Dry 2,000 bu batch in 48 hours. Set up, ready to go. $


Flaman Sales Ltd. 1-888-235-2626 or 306-726-4403 Southey,S K

BIN MOVING, all sizes up to 19’ diameter, 34’ high, with or without floors. Call Lorne 306-468-7916, Canwood, SK.

BEAVER CONTAINER SYSTEMS, new a n d u s e d s e a c o n t a i n e r s , a l l s i z e s . KEHO, STILL THE FINEST. Clews Storage Management/ K. Ltd., 1-800-665-5346. 306-220-1278, Saskatoon, SK.

60,000 BUSHEL grain ring; Three 1200 bu. steel grain bins. 204-267-2292 or 204-856-9595, Oakville, MB.

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

CUSTOM GRAIN BIN MOVING, SK, AB, and MB, all types of bins up to 10,000 bushel, accurate estimates. Sheldon’s Hauling, 306-922-6079, 306-961-9699, Prince Albert, SK.

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LIFETIME LID OPENERS. We are a stocking dealer for Boundary Trail Lifetime Lid Openers, 18” to 39”. Rosler Construction 2000 Inc., 306-933-0033, Saskatoon, SK.

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3 HP IN-LINE aeration fan, used only 2 NEW 1545 LP Batco conveyor, c/w mover days, $600; Half-Round aeration duct for and 27 HP Kohler. Reg. $24,890, cash $20,900. 306-648-3622, Gravelbourg, SK. 14’ bin, $100. 306-883-2935 Spiritwood SK

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2002 8144 AG-CHEM 4 WD, 2550 hours, Airmax 1000 bed, 70’ booms, $104,000. Ph 406-466-5356, Choteau, Montana. For more pics:

KEHO/ GRAIN GUARD Aeration Sales 2004 BRANDT 1575 PTO drive conveyor, and Service. R.J. Electric, Avonlea, SK. Call new belt w/1515 transfer, new belt and 306-868-2199 or cell: 306-868-7738. hy d . m o t o r, b o t h e x c e l l e n t . A s k i n g $16,500. 306-435-3512, Moosomin, SK. BATCO CONVEYORS, new/used, grain augers, Rem grain vacs, SP kits. Del. and leasing available. 1-866-746-2666.

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2 0 0 9 R I C H I G E R R 1 0 g r a i n b a g g e r, $18,500: 2009 Richiger EA240 grain bag unloader, $22,000. A. E. Chicoine Farm 20’ AND 40’ SEA CONTAINERS, for sale in Calgary, AB. Phone 403-226-1722, Equipment, 306-449-2255 Storthoaks, SK. 1-866-517-8335.


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AtBo n d In d u s tria l w e ca n co n vertyo u rco n ta in erfo r a lm o s ta n y u s e like S to ra ge F a cilities , W o rk S ho p s , T o o l Crib s , S ite Offices , Go lfCa rt S to ra ge, Ou tfitterS ha cks etc.

BINS FOR SALE: 2850, 2000 and 1400 bu. fertilizer hopper bins; 4000 bu. hopper bins; 6000, 4500 and 3300 flat bottom bins. Various other sizes. 306-631-8308, Moose Jaw, SK.

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3 NEW 14x14’ IN-FLOOR AERATION packages, cost over $2000 each, asking $1500 ea. 306-862-8518, Choiceland, SK.

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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.



BATCO 13x65’ CONVEYOR, PTO drive, $6500 OBO. 306-378-2904 or 306-831-7668 cell, Elrose, SK.

• Replace your old floors and add up to 1500 bushels capacity to your existing bins.

BUILD YOUR OWN conveyors, 6”, 7”, 8” and 10” 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.

• N o m ore fighting w ith your old doors. O ur patented JTL door is guaranteed to m ake you sm ile everytim e you use it!

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LOOKING FOR a floater or tender? Call me first. 30 years experience. Loral parts, new and used. 403-650-7967, Calgary, AB. BANDIT LIQUID FERTILIZER caddy, 3400 gal. $22,000. 306-230-0479, Leask, SK.

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GREAT CAPACITY, 300 TON/HOUR 1 BUSHEL CLEAN UP AT THE END OF THE BAG. DEALERS CHABOT IMPLEMENTS Neepawa, MB 204-476-3333 Steinbach, MB 204-326-6417 F.V. PIERLOT & SONS Nipawin, SK 306-862-4732 GREENFIELD AGRO SERVICE Rosetown, SK 306-882-2600 KROEKER MACHINERY Winkler, MB 204-325-4311

MARTODAM MOTORS Spiritwood, SK 306-883-2045 MOODY’S EQUIPMENT LTD. Lloydminster, SK 306-825-6141 Perdue, SK 306-237-4272 Unity SK 306-228-2686 Saskatoon, SK 306-934-4686 Lloydminster, SK, 306-825-6141 Olds, AB, 403-556-3939

NYKOLAISHEN FARM EQUIPMENT Kamsack, SK 306-542-2814 Swan River, MB 204-734-3466 PARKLAND FARM EQUIPMENT North Battleford, SK 306-445-2427 REDVERS AGR. & SUPPLY LTD. 306-452-3444 ROBERTSON IMPLEMENTS (1988) LTD. Shaunavon, SK, 306-297-4131 Swift Current, SK 306-773-4948

SCHROEDER BROS. Chamberlain, SK 306-638-6305 TWEED FARM EQUIPMENT Devil’s Lake, ND 701-662-7522 Medora, MB 204-665-2260 WHITE AG SALES & SERVICE Whitewood, SK 306-735-2300 AR-MAN Vulcan, AB, 403-485-6968, 1-866-485-6968 BILL’S FARM SUPPLIES INC. Stettler, AB, 403-742-8327

UNLOADS FROM SEMI OR GRAIN CART CAOUETTE & SONS IMPLEMENTS St. Paul, AB, 780-645-4422 FOSTER’S AGRI-WORLD Beaverlodge, AB, 780-354-3622, 1-888-354-3620 HAT AGRI-SERVICE Medicine Hat, AB, 403-526-3701, 1-888-526-3702 HI LINE FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. Wetaskiwin, AB, 780-352-9244, 1-888-644-5463

HOULDER AUTOMOTIVE LTD. Falher, AB, 780-837-4691, 1-866-837-4691 Grimshaw, AB, 780-332-4691, 1-800-746-4691 KASHA FARM SUPPLIES LTD. Eckville, AB, 403-746-2211, 1-800-567-4394 TROCHU MOTORS LTD. Trochu, AB, 403-442-3866, 1-888-336-3866

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WESTFIELD 13â&#x20AC;?x91â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 540 PTO, reverser, low profile hopper, all new bearings, chains and swing away auger tube, $9500 OBO. Ph: 204-328-7189, 204-761-8702, Rivers, MB. SAKUNDIAK SWING-AWAY AUGERS, HD 10-2200SLMD, 72â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Reg: $13,411; Sale: $11,750. HD 12-2200SLMD, Reg: $18,975; Sale: $16,500. HD 12-2400SLMD, 78â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Reg: $20,545; Sale: $17,500. Wheatheart SA, 13x71, Reg: $21,000; Sale $17,500. Gravelbourg, SK. Phone 306-648-3622.


2008 WESTFIELD MK13-71 and 2008 Westfield MK10-61 augers w/low profile hopper, one owner, exc. cond. Watrous, SK, 306-946-7287, 306-946-2522. 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 10â&#x20AC;? FLEXI-COIL, no swing, $1600. 306-631-7932 or 306-693-2184, Moose Jaw, SK. DIESEL GRAIN AUGER engines. Great for 10â&#x20AC;? and 12â&#x20AC;? augers. Caterpillar, Perkins, 40% off. Rob 306-222-6035, Saskatoon SK. SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS available with self-propelled mover kits and bin sweeps. Contact Kevinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Custom Ag in Nipawin toll free 1-888-304-2837.

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1.780.672.2471 2003 1585 BRANDT conveyor, 540 rpm PTO, new hopper and discharge, $13,500. Phone 306-776-2432, Rouleau, SK. BRANDT 1060 PTO, very little use, $4500 OBO. Phone 306-644-4742, Loreburn, SK. NEW SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS. New innovative Hawes Agro auger movers, electric clutches, bin sweeps. New reversible gearbox. All makes of engines. Call Hawes Industires for great cash prices, ask for Bob, your #1 auger dealer in Canada. Toll Free- 1-888-755-5575, Regina, Saskatoon, Semans. 2006 BUHLER FARM KING 10x70 swing auger with elec. winch. 306-456-2555 or 306-861-7687, Weyburn, SK.

13X71â&#x20AC;&#x2122; AND 13X91â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Westfields, low profile 2005 BOURGAULT 750 grain cart, tarp, hoppers, hyd. movers, reversers, $7500 PTO, 800 rubber, $28,000, good condition. and $18,000. 403-647-7391, Foremost, AB 306-921-8217, Melfort, SK. USED AUGERS, GREAT PRICES! We have a large selection of quality, used grain augers. Field ready and priced to move. 10â&#x20AC;?x41â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wheatheart with 35 HP Vanguard only $7,500! Call us today, Flaman Sales, Saskatoon, SK. 306-934-2121 visit website SALE: WHEATHEART AUGERS: BH 8x41 w/mover, clutch and 27 HP motor, reg. $12,780, cash $11,100; BH 8x46 w/mover, clutch and 27 HP Kohler, reg. $13,200, cash $11,500; BH 8x51 w/mover, clutch and 30 HP, reg. $13,500, cash $11,750; BH 10x41 w/mover, clutch and 35 HP Vanguard, reg. $14,300, cash $12,500. 306-648-3622, Gravelbourg, SK.

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REMOTE CONTROL SWING auger mover, 12V DC, electric, 3-step installation. Brehon Agrisystems, 306-933-2655, Saskatoon, SK.

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SAKUNDIAK 2010 HD 12/2400, hyd. mover on swing, mint; HD 10/2200 swing, mint; 10/2000 swing; 2 7â&#x20AC;? augers. 306-464-2135, Lang, SK.

SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS FLOOD SALE. 8x1000, $3750; 8x1200, $3975; 8x1400, $4200; 8x1600, $4600; 10x1200, $4500; 10x1600, $5950. Augers are avail. w/Kohler, B&S, Kawasaki engines. Hawes WHEATHEART 10â&#x20AC;?x41â&#x20AC;&#x2122; AUGERS, mover SP kits, clutches, gearboxes. Delivery avail. kit, electric clutch, 35 HP Vanguard motor Please call Brian 204-724-6197, Souris, MB with cover and auger downspout, $11,900. Visit your nearest Flaman store today or call us 1-888-435-2626. 2008 BRENT 880, green, PTO, tarp, lights, Full Bin Alarm 30.5x32 lug tires, hyd. spout, great shape, For your Safety and Convenience $30,000. 403-823-9977, Rosedale, AB.

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AU G E R S : N E W / U S E D . Wheatheart, Westfield, Sakundiak augers, Auger SP kits, Batco conveyors, Rem grain vacs, Wheatheart post pounders. New/used, good prices, leasing available. Call 1-866-746-2666. IN STOCK SAKUNDIAK augers, new and used, 8â&#x20AC;?, 10â&#x20AC;? and 12â&#x20AC;? various lengths; Convey-All conveyors available; Also leasing available. Mainway Farm Equipment Ltd. Ph Dale 306-567-3285, cell 306-567-7299. 2009 8X52 SAKUNDIAK auger w/35 HP B&S engine and Wheatheart mover, exc. cond., $10,000. 306-367-4644, Pilger, SK.


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2001 BRENT 876 grain cart, tarp, PTO and hyd. drive option, good cond., $22,950 OBO. Shawn 306-472-7704, Lafleche, SK. 750 BU. BOURGAULT Smartcart, PTO and hyd. 800/65R32 tires, tarp, mint condition. 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. 2009 882 BRENT grain cart, PTO, tarp, $40,000. A. E. Chicoine Farm Equipment, 306-449-2255, Storthoaks, SK. 2007 PARKER 938, hyd. adjustable spout, Michelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tarp, 1000 RPM PTO, 900 Trellborg tires, always shedded. Call 306-921-6697, 306-752-3777, Melfort, SK 1997 BOURGAULT 1100 bu. grain cart, w/new tarp, PTO, $30,000. 306-449-2255. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equip., Storthoaks, SK. 2003 UNVERFERTH 9200, 1000+ bushel, one owner, $29,900 OBO. 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586, Rama, SK. UNVERFERTH 8000 GRAIN cart, 30.5x32 tires, hydraulic drive or PTO available. 306-426-7616, Snowden, SK. 2008 BRENT 620 grain cart, tarp and scale, PTO drive, $20,000. Mossbank, SK. Dave 306-354-7369, Mike 306-354-7822. USED GRAIN CARTS, 450-1050 bu.; large selection big gravitys: Parker #725 $13,900; Brent #740 $15,900; Parker #615 $10,500; new 400 bu. $6700; 600 bu. $12,000. 1-866-938-8537. Delivery arranged. 2007 KILLBORS 1850 950 bu. grain cart, with tarp, 900 Trelleborg tires, w/wo scale, $30,000. 306-230-0479, Leask, SK. 2008 KILBROS 1950 grain cart, 1100 bu., roll tarp, 900/60 R32 tires. 306-426-7616, Snowden, SK.

846 round baler, MINT CONDITION, PARKER 938, 900 metric tires, tarp, exc. NH 600 lb. bales, 60 HP required, $1500. cond., $30,000. Phone 306-747-7655, 500780-645-5106, Lafond, AB. Parkside, SK. 2005 NH BR780 round baler, wide mouth pickup and floatation tires, 2500 bales, like new condition, $16,500 OBO. WESTERN CANADAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LARGEST invento- 306-577-8420, Arcola, SK. ry of screens and frames for most makes 2004 NH BR-780 baler, Auto-Wrap, wide of grain cleaners. Also a large inventory of pickup, oversized tires, 4000 bales, shedbuckets and bolts of all sizes, for all makes ded. Great shape! $19,900. Call Daine of bucket elevators. Call Flaman Sales 403-664-9465, Oyen, AB. 1-888-435-2626 or 306-934-2121 or visit 535 JD HIGH MOISTURE reconditioned baler, w/455 Valmar inoculant applicator, SEED CLEANING EQUIPMENT: Air/screen vg cond. $13,500 OBO. 780-986-1105, Leand indent, as well as FLOUR MILL etc. duc AB. For pics: Ph Darryl 306-827-7446, Radisson, SK., or email: CUSTOM COLOR SORTING chickpeas to mustard. Cert organic and conventional. MORRIS 1400 HAY HIKER, 2003, exc. 306-741-3177, Swift Current, SK. condition, $19,000 OBO. 780-365-2020, 780-210-0800. Andrew, AB. JD 567 round baler, good cond., hyd. PU, bale kicker, twine wrap, 11,000 bales, $12,900. NH BR780, only done 4500 bales, hyd. PU, Auto-Wrap, premium, shedded, $13,900. 204-529-2091, 204529-2046, 204-825-8056, Cartwright, MB. 2005 CASE/IH RBX 562 ROUND BALER good condition, regular pickup, electric tie, $13,000. 306-984-7272, Spiritwood, SK. HESSTON 514 ROUND baler, wide tires, shedded, good condition, $4200. 306-957-4522, Odessa, SK. SEED CLEANER, 600 BPH, removes large 2001 HESSTON 814 baler, exc. cond., and small weeds and chaff. Unit is mount- $8500; 1995 Hesston 1160 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; haybine, ed on stand w/two conveyors for clean good condition, $7000. 306-699-7215, grain and screenings. Three 3 HP motors. 306-699-7050, Quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Appelle, SK. Portable. $38,000. Steven 306-222-6173, CASE/IH RBX 563, like new, $24,900. Saskatoon, SK. New Idea 486, $3900; NH 855, $3900; KWIK KLEEN: 5 tube screener, $3500; 7 Farm King 2010 Vortex bale shredder, with tube, $6500; 2 stage grain screeners, 30 bu. tank, $13,900. Pro Ag Sales, $1750 and up. Phone 1-866-938-8537 or 306-441-2030 anytime North Battleford SK visit: NH 7090 ROUND BALER, autowrap and F O R S B E R G M - 1 4 G R AV I T Y t a b l e , hyd. pickup, one season done 4000 bales, $10,000. Contact Blayne, 403-647-1600, asking $29,000. 306-784-7841 Herbert, SK Foremost, AB. E arly Book ing Program ! LINK ARROW GRAIN cleaner; Carter Disc c l e a n e r. P h o n e 3 0 6 - 2 8 3 - 4 7 4 7 o r Netw ra p - 67 â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122;startin g at$215 306-220-0429, Langham, SK. 64â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;&#x2122;startin g at$210 DUAL SCREEN ROTARY grain cleaners, 8000ft.rollsalso available! great for pulse crops, best selection in Sila ge B a lew ra p - startin g at$84 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. Phone:403-994-7 207 or 7 80-206-4666 w w na dia nh a ya ndsila GJESDAHL 5-IN-1, 44 bu. wheat/hr., 2 indent screens, 4 screens for small seeds, BALE SPEAR ATTACHMENTS for all peas and wheat, $1750. 306-626-3535, loaders and skidsteers, excellent pricing. Success, SK, Call now 1-866-443-7444 FOR SALE: SILVERLINE AS 10T air and 2002 CIH RBX56 hard core baler, brand screen, 250-350 BPH, depending on prod- new belts, silage kit, autowrap, moisture uct. Screens for all cereals and peas. monitor, shedded, excellent, $15,500 OBO. 250-785-5775, or 306-792-4704, Springside, SK. CLEARING OUT ALL: new Clipper screens 2004 HESSTON 814, soft core, very low on frame, $150 ea; used Clipper screens acres, premium, shedded, vg, $13,900. on frame, $75 ea; new screen material Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212 Perdue SK 3â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x10â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x22 gauge, $4.50 sq. ft.; new 13â&#x20AC;? hand sieves, $25 ea. Call Severâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mechani- BRANDT BALE PROCESSOR, year 2000, cal 1-800-665-0847 while supplies last. hyd. chute, LHS delivery, bale forks, good c o n d i t i o n . $ 6 7 8 0 . Tr a d e s a c c e p t e d . Email 1-800-667-4515. 1998 NH 664 baler, like new condition. For more info. call 306-693-3947 after GSI 112 DRYER w/coal burning heat ex- 7:00 PM, Caron, SK. changer, single phase, moisture control, vg cond,. dry for pennies per bushel, 2003 JD 567 mega wide, 9500 bales, $ 5 0 , 0 0 0 , p i c s ava i l a b l e . C a l l R y a n shedded, excellent shape, $22,500. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. 204-750-1477, Miami, MB. WANTED: GRAIN DRYER, 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tiers, Vertec JD 566 ROUND BALER, good condition. Phone 306-398-2626, Cut Knife, SK. or Ibec. Phone 306-862-8233, Codette, SK NH 664 ROUND BALER, $12,000 OBO. 780-973-6440, Edmonton, AB. VERMEER J BALER, shedded, gathering wheels, floatation tires, double tie, vg cond., $4500. 306-744-2725, Saltcoats, SK 1998 NH 499 haybine, used very little, $15,000 OBO. NH 1034 bale wagon, 104 bales w/single bale unload, $8000 OBO. JD 347 small sq. baler, w/Beeline applicator $8000 OBO. All shedded, in exc. cond. 780-374-2404, 780-678-6800 Daysland AB GSI GRAIN DRYERS. Ph. Glenmor, Prince NH 660 ROUND baler, $9900; NH 575 Albert, SK., 306-764-2325. For all your square baler, $11,500. Both shedded, exc. condition. 306-731-3274, Craven, SK. grain drying needs! NEW GSI AND used grain dryers. For price 1987 JD 430 round baler, new belts, new savings, contact Franklin Voth, Sales Rep pickup, $5500 OBO. Indian Head, SK. fo r A x i s F a r m s L t d . , M a n i t o u , M B . 306-695-3420 or 306-695-7783. 204-242-3300, J D 2 2 6 b a l e r, s h e d d e d , $ 2 5 0 0 . FARM FANS AB190 w/moisture metering 306-298-2207, Val Marie, SK. rolls, good cond., c/w loading auger and SUPER 1049 bale wagon, stretched to 10 discharge auger. 204-476-6024, Arden, MB tiers; 2002 575 NH small square baler, WANTED: BATCH TYPE grain dryer. Call low acres. Phone 403-350-6213 cell or 509-301-0246, 306-723-4604, Regina SK. 403-343-8354, Red Deer, AB. Email: HESSTON 814 3000 bales, vg cond., SUPERB GRAIN DRYERS Two dryers still $12,000; CIH 8480, good working order, available on winter program. Largest and $3000. 306-699-2442, McLean, SK. quietest single phase dryer in the industry. 2000 NH 1475 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; haybine, $8900; 2002 Over 34 years experience in grain drying. C a s e / I H R S 5 6 1 h a r d c o r e , $ 8 9 0 0 . Moridge parts also available. Grant Servic- w w w . w a l t e r s e q u i p m e n t . c o m es Ltd, 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. 204-525-4521, Minitonas, MB. CASE 8480 ROUND baler, always shedded, good condition, field ready. 403-882-2401, WALINGA INC. AGRI-VAC. Parts, sales and Castor, AB. service. New and reconditioned Walinga Agri-Vac as well as used units, parts, accessories and service for most major brands. 204-745-2951, Carman, MB; 306-567-3031, Davidson, SK; 403-279-8204, Calgary, AB. Most trades welcome.

CONTERRA GRAPPLE MAX for skid steers and tractors, exc. for round bale handling. 74â&#x20AC;?, $3799. Conterra manufactures over 150 attachments. Call 1-877-947-2882 or view online: JD 567 BALER, low bale numbers, net wrap, good condition. Ph. 306-625-3217, Ponteix, SK. 2007 BALE KING VR12 HAY RAKE, excellent cond., asking $11,900. 306-259-2003 or 306-946-7287, Young, SK. 2006 HESSTON 956A, bought in 2007, only 2700 bales, vg, $23,900. Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. 2000 CASE/IH 8435 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x5â&#x20AC;&#x2122; silage/hay baler, 5.5â&#x20AC;&#x2122; PU, 9000 bales, $11,000; 1996 Kverneland 7512 individual BALE WRAPPER, 4000 bales, c/w 2 bale grippers, $9,000; 2007 RECON 300, $12,000. 403-485-1773, Vulcan AB. 1999 NH 688 BALER, excellent condition, $11,500. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK.

SUPER 1049 NH SP bale wagon, hauls 160 bales, in good cond. Phone 306-497-2917, Blaine Lake, SK. CASE/IH RBX 562, endless belts, CV drive, call; Case/IH RBX 562, $16,900; Case/IH 8480 soft core, $5900; Highline 8000 bale processor, call. Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 2000 JD 566 round baler, good shape, $11,000 OBO. 306-252-2227, Kenaston, SK. CASE/IH RBX 562, endless belts, CV drive, call; Case/IH RBX 561, call; Case/IH RBX 562, $15,900; Case/IH RBX 562, net wrap, wide PU, $21,000; Case/IH 8480 soft core $5500; Highline 8000 bale processor, call. Hergott Farm Equipment, Humboldt, SK. Phone 306-682-2592. VICON BALER, AP1510, very good condition. Contact: 306-861-2005, Frances, SK. 535 ROUND BALER, SN: E00535X951250 2nd owner, new tires and belts, hyd. PU, push bar, bale track monitor, 540 PTO, shedded. Selling because bought new 568. Phone 403-519-3328, Cremona, AB. 1996 565A HESSTON hard core round baler, clean unit, always shedded, field ready. 306-861-5209, 306-861-1896, Griffin, SK. NH BR780A ROUND baler, very low bale count, must be seen, as new, always shedded, $23,500. 403-357-0575, Red Deer, AB TWO 2007 BR7080A NH balers, Bale Command, has BR7090 updates, under 1000 bales. 306-773-4400 or cell 306-741-9541, Swift Current, SK. CASE 36â&#x20AC;&#x2122; PULL-TYPE swather, very good condition. Contact: 306-861-2005, Frances, SK. 5 6 6 J D BA L E R , m e ga t o o t h , k i c ke r, hyd. lift, 540 PTO, shedded, $10,000 Kerrobert, SK. 306-834-5479. NH BB 960 big square baler, 3x4x8 bales, 300 hrs., always shedded, $50,000. Phone 250-702-7392, Belle Plaine, SK. 4865 NEW IDEA BALER, w/monitor, soft core, good shape, 1300 lb bales, $5000. 306-759-2785, Brownlee, SK. NEW HOLLAND 853 baler. Good. Great for silage. Ed Cavers, Pilot Mound, MB. Phone 204-825-2456 or 204-825-8097 336 SQUARE BALER, Ser. No. 532224E, 1/4 turn chute, shedded, on blocks for 10 plus years. Will be sold. Ph. 403-519-3328, Cremona, AB. 2002 JD 567, mega wide, net wrapped cover edge, exc. cond., $17,500 OBO. 204-739-5584, Lundar, MB. 2003 956A HESSTON baler and 2005 956A Hesston baler. Both w/mesh wrap/twine, Va l m a r ap p l i c at o r, a l w ay s s h e d d e d . 306-969-4403 Gladmar, SK. AGWAY ACCUMUL 8 bale accumulator, 2 bale grabbers. Like new. $6500. Rocky Rapids, AB. 780-621-6704. 2002 HESSTON 856 BALER, new belts, shedded, very good condition, $13,900. 204-362-4874, Morden, MB. 2002 JD 567 BALER, regular PU, twine, good cond., shedded. Tanya Donahue 306-948-2085, 306-303-0025, Biggar, SK. 1995 NEW IDEA 4865 soft core round bale r, n ew b o t t o m b e l t s , n ew r o l l e r s , new bearings. Very good condition, $6900 ORO. 306-762-2102, Vibank, SK.


BRANDT 4500 EX, good condition, always shedded, $14,000. 403-647-7391, Foremost, AB. KONGSKILDE SUC 500 TR 2, used very little, new hoses, always shedded. Eckville, AB. Ph. 403-318-4706 or 403-746-5762. 2001 WALINGA grain vac, $12,000. A. E. Chicoine Farm Equipment, 306-449-2255 Storthoaks, SK. REM 2500 GRAIN VAC, excellent shape. Phone 306-772-1004 or 306-784-2407, Herbert, SK.



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2005 4868 New Idea baler, auto-tie, hyd. PU, shedded, vg cond., $8995. Middle Lake, SK., 306-367-4840, 306-231-8479. 2003 CASE RBX-562 baler, 1000 PTO, wide PU, Auto-Wrap, bale kicker, low acres, shedded, exc. cond., $15,900 or cow/calf pairs. Ph. 306-763-1540, Spruce Home SK. 2002 856A HESSTON baler, extra belts, very good condition, $12,000. 306-233-4971, Wakaw, SK.


2008 NH BR7090 net wrap baler, 3473 bales, uses 64” wrap, shedded, $30,000. Buhler 12-wheel rake, yellow, shedded, $6000. Call 403-947-2593, Beiseker, AB. JD 530, 540 PTO, autotie, monitor, shedded, $4500; NH 276 square baler, $700. Phone 306-755-4307 or 306-834-8638, Tramping Lake, SK. HESSTON 4910-8590, 4x4x8 square bales, 1999, approx. 35,000 bales, control box, no frame cracks, 3 new knotters, $10,900. Financing avail. 306-762-2125, Vibank, SK HESSTON 565A c/w gathering wheels, shedded, $9900. Cam-Don Motors, Perdue, SK. Phone 306-237-4212.

NH SQUARE BALER 278, used very little, $1800. New Idea soft core baler 486, offers. Both shedded. 306-344-4568, St. Walburg, SK. NH 664 ROUND baler, auto-tie, 540 PTO, JD 535 BALER, 540 and 1000 PTO, bale $8500. 306-831-9337, Rosetown, SK. push bar, shedded, excellent condition, TWO 348 small square balers, excellent, $10,000. Ph. 780-847-2588, Dewberry, AB. $8800 each; Hesston 4570 small square baler, $8600; NH 570 small square baler, 2006 BR780, extra wide PU, Auto-Wrap, $8500; MF 128 small square baler, $4500; mint condition, low acres, $18,500 OBO. NH 320 small square baler, $3500; NH 306-747-2514, Prince Albert, SK. D-1210 3x4 large square baler, $29,000. MASSEY #9 BALER, stored inside, vg Phone 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. cond., $650; NH 55 side delivery rake, like BALE SPEARS, high quality imported new, $750; Two- 8 row 36” S-tine cultivafrom Italy, 27” and 49”, free shipping, ex- tors. 4 row 36” Lilliston cultivator, $1000 c e l l e n t p r i c i n g . C a l l n o w t o l l f r e e for all three. 204-723-2034, Treherne, MB. 1-866-443-7444, Stonewall, MB. JD 566 baler, twine/net, $15,000; JD 566 $13,500; Hesston 856, wide PU, 2004 567 JD BALER, net wrap, mega twine, wide PU, bale kicker, 1000 PTO, variable $12,500. 403-502-0647, Seven Persons AB core valve, moisture monitor, $23,500. 1033 NEW HOLLAND automatic bale 306-264-3794, Meyronne, SK. wagon. Will be sold. Phone 403-519-3328, 566 JD BALER, 1998, mega PU, variable Cremona, AB. core, 1000 rpm, done 7130 bales, $16,500. JD 335 round baler, new cond., shedded, 403-843-6017, Bluffton, AB. estate sale, used very little, $6500. Vegreville AB. Ph 780-603-5307, 780-632-6372. 2 BR780 round balers, extra sweep, PU, big rubber, 1000 PTO, 1 has netwrap, 2nd MORRIS 881 hay hiker 8 round bale reonly done 3800 bales, shedded, $25,000 treaver mover, like new, minimal use, mint cond., $17,250. 403-236-5415, Calgary AB. each OBO. 780-864-0951, Wanham, AB.

2003 JD 567 round baler, mega wide and hyd. PU, bale kicker, twine wrap, 10,922 bales, excellent condition, $16,000. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB. NH 1049 BALE WAGON SP, 160 bales, ANDERSON RB9000 SILAGE bale wrapper. w o r k i n g c o n d i t i o n , $ 1 3 , 5 0 0 . Honda power. Excellent condition. $18,000 with plastic. 306-272-3930, Foam Lake, SK 306-225-4601, 306-222-5055, Hague, SK. 1997 4664 NEW IDEA baler, stored inside, 2007 MF HESSTON Series 2656A, auto cycle 5x6 hard core baler, w/short crop $7,000 OBO. 306-256-3607, Cudworth, SK. kit, moisture tester installed, will bale beNEW IDEA round baler #4865, w/revers- hind a roto thrash combine, $25,000 OBO. ing pickup. NH haybine #1475, hydro- 306-538-2230, 306-736-8890, Kennedy SK swing, 18’ header. Darwin 306-773-8181, NI 4665 round baler, excellent condition, 306-750-7650, Swift Current, SK. $8,900 OBO. 780-967-0316, Onoway, AB. 2000 4865 New Idea baler; 1990 New Idea 5114 haybine; 10-wheel trailer hay 2005 RBXS62 CASE-IH hard core baler, rake. 306-940-7566 or 306-980-8530, exc. condition, less than 2000 bales, always shedded. 306-380-3229, evenings Prince Albert, SK. 306-256-7137, Cudworth, SK. NH 660 ROUND baler, PU gathering wheels, own owner, exc. condition, $5500. JD 566 BALER, gathering wheels, bale kicker, 540 PTO, shedded, $10,000. Sold cows. 306-258-4530, Vonda, SK. 306-524-4960, Semans, SK. BALERS: JD 535, $6000; JD 530, $4000; JD 510, $2000; New Idea 485, $3500; sev- WANTED: BALE WAGON, self loading, eral used hay conditioners; haybines: JD single row. 403-933-2833, Black Diamond, 1600, $4900; JD 1209, $3000; Gehl 2270, AB. $3900; Vermeer #21 hydraulic rake, NH 664 round baler, AutoWrap, rebuilt. $4000; NH #166 swather turner, $3900. Jim 403-577-2197 or 403-575-0093, Con1-866-938-8537. sort, AB. NEW IDEA (HESSTON) round baler, auto NH SUPER 1049 SP bale wagon, $12,000 cycle, like new, always shedded, retired, OBO. MacDon JD 140, 14’ hay header, n o t u s e d fo r 3 y e a r s . $ 9 5 0 0 O B O. HoneyBee knife, fits MF 885 swather, etc., 306-252-2840, 221-7119, Kenaston, SK. $5000 OBO. NH 664 baler, 540 shaft, shedded, ready to go, $10,000 OBO. All in very 1988 JD 530 round baler, 1000 PTO, exc. good cond. 306-372-4679, Luseland, SK. c o n d . , s h e d d e d , $ 7 0 0 0 . L . K a z a ko f f 306-542-3203, Veregin, SK. 1 9 9 7 VE R M E E R S U P E R 5 0 5 I b a l e r, w/Rake-Up wheels, always shedded, hasn’t 1994 CASE/IH 8480 baler, shedded, good b e e n u s e d s i n c e 2 0 0 4 , $ 6 5 0 0 . condition, $5500. Phone 306-734-2992, 306-642-4003, Assiniboia, SK. Craik, SK. 1049 SUPER bale wagon, $28,000 OBO. JD 200 STACK HAND, good cond, $1500. TWO 468 JD medium sq balers, $12,500/ Vermeer 605F round baler, c/w outside $10,000 OBO. Both field ready and in great round belts, $800. 780-914-4553 or condition. Ph. 403-556-6430, Olds, AB. 780-878-0005, Hay Lakes, AB. WANTED TO BUY: New Holland round balBUHLER 6072 ROUND soft core baler, used e r s i n n e e d o f r e p a i r o r p a r t s . very little, not used last 2 yrs., excellent 306-395-2668, Chaplin, SK. condition. 780-352-5757, Wetaskiwin, AB. 2009 JD 568 round baler, all available op2001 NH 688 round baler, reconditioned, tions, done 2100 bales. 306-383-2920, excellent shape. Phone 306-266-4222, Fir Quill Lake, SK. Mountain, SK. NH 664 ROUND baler, netwrap or twine, 1560 MASSEY BALER, (Vermeer 605F), 540 PTO, PU reels, monitor, 8700 bales, $2500 OBO. Phone: 306-567-4263, David- stored inside, vg condition, $16,000 OBO. son, SK. 306-365-3423 evenings, Lanigan, SK. HESSTON 514 SOFT core baler, 5x6 bales, JD 530, $6500; JD 535, $8500; Both f l o t a t i o n t i r e s , s h e d d e d , $ 4 7 5 0 . nice, stored inside, semi-retired. Phone 306-228-3060, Unity, SK. 403-378-4924, Duchess, AB. 2010 JD 568 baler, MegaWide hyd. PU, net wrap, pushbar, 21.5x16.1 tires, 1000 PTO, only 2900 bales, $37,000. Phone 403-844-1194, Caroline, AB.

1976 NH SUPER 1049 bale wagon, mint condition, always shedded, no welds, $16,900 ORO. 306-526-0076, Vibank, SK. 2008 7730 JD MFWD, 2100 hrs, deluxe cab, auto quad, w/146 JD loader, AutoSteer avail. $114,000; 2008 568 JD baler, 1000 PTO, mega wide PU, hyd PU, 800 bales $34,000. 780-872-0067 Canwood SK 1995 JD 535, push bar, monitor, shedded, $9500 OBO. 204-326-7000 Steinbach, MB, 8480 CASE/IH BALERS, 2 to choose from, 1992 and 1994 models, $3000 each. 306-648-7853, Bateman, SK. NH 846 BALER (and spare baler for parts), field ready for $2500; Also, 6400 Hesston 14’ SP haybine, new knives and guards, used 1 season only, $3500. Will deal as a package. Call 306-395-2359, Chaplin, SK. 2006 HESSTON 956 BALER, 3000 bales, shedded, like new condition, $17,900. 204-325-1383, Morden, MB.

2004 NH 1431 discbine 14’, excellent condition, 306-423-5422, Domreny, SK. 1998 KVERNELAND TA339 DISCBINE, 11’, $14,000 OBO. Phone 780-973-6440, Edmonton, AB. 2004 NEW DIRECTION EQUIPMENT 16’ disc mower flail type conditioner, used one season, ready to go, sold my cattle, asking $15,000. 306-883-2694, Spiritwood, SK. NH 116 hayubine, 16’ rubber rollers, 1000 PTO. Ph. 306-755-4307 or 306-834-8638, Tramping Lake, SK.

2002 AGLANDS MACERATOR 6600 condit i o n e r, e x c e l l e n t s h a p e . C a l l 306-882-3728, Zealandia, SK. 1979 #1014 HESSTON hydro swing haybine, good working order, $3500. Ray Kergen, Davidson, SK. 306-567-4665. SOLD THE COWS, 2001 NH 1475 haybine, 16’, header reverser, header tilt, rubber rollers, double knife drive, good shape, $17,000 OBO.; 1996 Bale King 880, 3000 series drum, $5000 OBO. 306-554-7694, Mozart, SK. HESSTON 1170, 16’, field ready. Regina, SK. area. 306-596-2273. NH 18’ 1475 mower conditioner, good condition. Rob Garner 306-946-7946, Simpson, SK. 2001 C ASE/IH 8825 swather w/detachable swath roller and 25’ header w/PU reel. Also comes with 16’ hay conditioner. 306-896-2236, Churchbridge, SK. NH 114 HAYBINE 14’, new: guards, sections, hyd. pump and motor, needs rollers, $4000. 306-475-2542, Spring Valley, SK.

2004 WESTWARD 9352I, 902 eng., 716 cutting hrs, 500/70x24 front, 1100x16 rear, 36’ 972 header, dual knife drive, split reel, hyd. fore/aft, hyd. header angle, asking $81,000. 306-728-6766 306-728-5366 Waldron, SK. CASE 1101, 36’, PU reel, double reel drive, double knife drive, 1070 hrs., new canvas, good cond., $65,000. Phone 306-644-4742 Loreburn, SK. JD 4895, 36’ HoneyBee, dual knife, JD 930 MOCO, discbine, 1000 PTO, 2006 990 eng hrs, 750 hrs. machine, $9900. Semi-retired, no more haying. roto-shear, field ready, delivery avail, $79,500. Debolt Phone 403-378-4924, Duchess, AB. AB. Ph. 780-876-0634. 2007 NH 1441, 16’ discbine w/crimpers, c u t 1 7 0 0 a c r e s , s h e d d e d , $ 2 4 , 0 0 0 . 2005 MACDON PREMIER, 2952I, 616 hrs., large tires, turbo, 2 spd., w/30’ 972 403-947-2593, Beiseker, AB. header, 6 batt split reel. 306-749-2699, NH 7150 18’ pivot tongue haybine, new Birch Hills, SK. last year, cut 600 acres, excellent, asking 1998 MF 220 30’, S/N #622185, batt $32,000 OBO. 306-784-7841, Herbert, SK. reel, reverse table to 60’ swath, always 495 NH HAYBINE 12’, new wobble box, s h e d d e d , f i e l d r e a d y . R e t i r e d . $5000. Barney Creech 306-825-6666, 306-662-3753, Golden Prairie, SK. Lloydminster, SK. 8820 CIH 25’ swather, UII PU reel with HESSTON 1265 14’, low acres, very good lifters, 3350 motor hours, $21,000 OBO. cond., $11,900. 306-699-2442, McLean, Phone 306-452-7200, Storthoaks, SK. SK. 1989 JD 30’ 590 PT swather, UII PU reel, JD 1424 12’ mower cond., w/steel rollers Roto-Shear. Swathroller also available. and hyd. swing arm. $5800 OBO. Grand- $7300. Indian Head, SK. 306-695-2521 or view, MB. 204-546-2340, 204-572-7999. 306-695-7940. HESSTON 1275 HAYBINE 16’, purchased 2001 C ASE/IH 8825 swather w/denew in 2002, low acres, vg cond., $15,000. tachable swath roller and 25’ header w/PU 204-378-5207, 204-642-2273 Riverton MB reel. Also comes with 16’ hay conditioner. 1275 HESSTON 16’ hydra swing haybine, 306-896-2236, Churchbridge, SK. 1 0 0 0 P TO, p u r c h a s e d n ew i n 2 0 0 3 , 2009 JD 4895 w/36’ Honeybee, 100 hrs, $16,000 OBO. Phone 306-538-2230, includes 10’ mounted roller and rear 306-736-8890, Kennedy, SK. weights. $105,000. 306-746-7000 or MACDON HAY HEADER, hydraulic drive, 306-746-4514. Raymore, SK. steel rollers, crimper, double knife drive, WANTED: HONEYBEE SWATHER TM bird flushing chains, 14’, model A40-D. Series III, whole or part. 306-372-4871, 204-534-7843, Dunrea, MB. Luseland, SK. 2000 CIH SC416 16’ MoCo, dual knife 2- IH 5000’s, 24.5’, UII PU reels, Honeydrive, new knives, excellent, $12,500 OBO. Bee knives, big tires, shedded, 1982 306-792-4704, Springside, SK. $14,000, 1988 $16,000. 306-465-2651, HESSTON 1265 14’ haybine, shedded, Yellow Grass, SK. exc. cond., approx. done 1300 acres, JD 4890, 25’ honeybee, 2000 sep. hrs., $14,800. 306-957-4522, Odessa, SK. 2500 eng. hrs.; Also, CIH 721 PT swather, NH 1475 HAYBINE, 18’, 1000 PTO, good c/w PU reel. 780-679-7795, Gwynne, AB. condition, $13,800. Phone 306-874-5401, TWO PRAIRIE STAR turbos, 2 spd. hydro, Naicam, SK. big tires, 36’, c/w PU reels, 1500 hrs., 2010 HESSTON 1375 Hydra-swing discbine $50,000/ea. 403-647-7391, Foremost, AB. conditioner, 15’6”, done 650 acres, reason 1996 MF 220, 30’, UII PU reel, gauge for selling: bought SP unit. Mannville, AB. wheels, Keer Shear, good canvases and Phone 780-763-2275 or 780-787-2275. tires, Schumacher drive, knife and guards, OLDER MACDON 14’ hay header with 2500 hrs., $29,000; 16’ hay header also crimper, shedded, good, asking $3000. available. Weyburn, SK, 306-861-9481. 306-997-5704, Borden, SK. MACDON PREMIER 1900, 30’ PT, PU reels, 2001 NEW HOLLAND 1475, 16’, very good new canvas, knife and tires. Field ready. condition, $16,900. Call Cam-Don Motors, $7500. 306-272-7162, Foam Lake, SK. 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. 1998 PRAIRIE STAR 30’ PTO swather, PU 1995 MACDON 5000, 16’ haybine, 540 reel, good knife and canvas, $3500. PTO, asking $9000. 306-275-4603, St. 306-776-2496, Wilcox, SK. Brieux, SK. 1984 INTERNATIONAL 5000 diesel, 24.5’ 2007 NH 1441 discbine, exc. cond., al- w/DSA, cab, air, good shape, $19,900. ways shedded; Matador swath turner, like 306-781-2903, Lajord, SK. new. 306-773-4400 or cell 306-741-9541, 4750 VERSATILE 25’, UII PU reel, diesel Swift Current, SK. motor, asking $15,500. 306-728-8428, 2003 JD 1214 Frontier 14’ haybine, low Melville, SK. acres, $14,500. 780-367-2432, Andrew, MF 30’ SWATHER header, double swath atAB. tachment, to fit MF 200 or newer. Phone 2008 JOHN DEERE 956 MOCO ROTARY 306-843-2934, Wilkie, SK. mower conditioner, 14’6” cutting width, 2003 4952, 825 engine, 625 header hours, steel rolls, 1000 PTO, hyd. tilt, 31x13.5 30’ 972 header, split PU reel, triple delivhigh flotation tires, used one season, ery, vine lifters, turbo 2 spd. $70,000. $30,500 OBO. Phone 306-724-4451 or 306-277-4900, Ridgedale, SK. 403-506-2383, Ask for Cody, Debden, SK. CASE 4000 24-1/2’, PU and batt reel, new 2008 MF 9125 hay header, 18’ cut, will fit knife, guards and many new parts, field all Massey or Hesston swathers built after ready. 403-882-2401, Castor, AB. 2004, mint condition. Eric 306-640-8251, MACDON 1900 PULL-TYPE swather, good Assiniboia, SK. c o n d i t i o n , 3 0 ’ c / w K e e r S h e a r, 16’ JD MOWER conditioner/haybine, sickle 306-336-2684, Lipton, SK. drive, model 1216, bought new in July 2007, $20,000. 306-369-2708, Bruno, SK. WANTED: LATER MODEL CCIL 722 30’ s w a t h e r o r 4 7 5 0 Ve r s a t i l e . P h o n e JD 1600 16’ haybine; 5500 tubeline bale 306-454-2647, Ceylon, SK. wrapper; Hay crimper for 4000 or 5000 2 MF SWATHERS: 2008 9430, 2 spd. axle, swather. 306-232-4705, Hague, SK. 650 hrs., $78,000; 2009 9220, 270 hrs., 1998 MACDON 920 16’ hay header, low $79,000. Both 30’ UII PU reels, DS, guage acres, stored inside, steel crimper. Phone wheels, header tilt, both in excellent con306-397-2670, Edam, SK. dition. 306-536-3870, Regina, SK. 2002 NH 1475, 16’, 1 yr. old guards and WDX 901 30’ HONEYBEE, PU reel, 800 knives, 1000 PTO, $17,000. 306-647-2459 h r s , e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n , $ 6 3 , 5 0 0 . or 306-641-7759, Theodore, SK. 306-699-2442, McLean, SK. 2002 JD 946 MoCo 13’ hydraswing disc- 2003 MACDON 9352, 1290 hrs; 2005 bine, steel roller conditioners, exc. cond., MacDon 9352i. Both w/30’ 972 headers, $17,000. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB. double knife drive, PU reel, $65,000 and 14’ NH 114 haybine, hydroswing, $5750. $80,000. 306-842-3328, 306-861-7134, McTaggart, SK. 306-228-3060, Unity, SK. 20 KUHN FC 353 RGC, 11.5’ mower condi- 2007 25’ HoneyBee draper header w/PU tioner, central pivot, swivel hitch, Chevron reel with DSA. NH 18’ hay header, 235 rolls, only 2 seasons, $18,000. Phone h r s . , $ 8 9 , 9 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 8 5 6 - 4 4 1 0 , o r 306-222-8942, Ardath, SK. 403-844-1194, Caroline, AB. 2008 16’ CIH hay header, fits WD 1202, 1984 IH 4000 24.5’, PU reel, Keer Sheer, 1203, and Ford/NH power units, used AC, $7500 OBO; IH 810 24’ rigid header, 25 hrs., like new, can deliver, $18,500. large auger, excellent condition, $4500. 306-445-5485, Battleford, SK. 306-682-5322, 306-231-9399 Muenster SK NH 489 HAYBINE 9’, new knife, good 36’ WESTWARD PULL swather, no welds, $2500 OBO. 306-854-2030, Elbow, SK. cond., $2000. 306-372-7676, Luseland, SK.

2003 MACDON 2940 Premier Swather with 21’ 972 header, hyd. deck shift, upper cross auger, 550 engine hrs., 425 header hrs., always shedded, mint cond., asking $63,900. Ph. 780-349-1674, Westlock, AB. 1998 CASE/IH 8240 PTO swather, batt reels, this unit is in real good condition. Ph 306-682-2338, Burr, SK. 2001 HESSTON 1200, 25’ PT, low acres, shedded, excellent condition. Phone 306-247-4908, Unity, SK. 36’ MACDON PT swather, like new, $6500 OBO. 306-648-3465 or 306-648-8334, Gravelbourg, SK. 1981 VERSATILE 4400 swather, 22’ header, fair condition, runs good, $3900 OBO. 780-632-4235, Vegreville, AB.

RENTED OUT FARM SELLING EQUIPMENT 4930 M a cDon s w a ther 36’, 962 hea d er, roto s hea rs , s in g le k n ife, p ick u p reels , n ew p la n eta ries , n ew w obble box. $56 ,000 O BO P R / TX Ad a p terfors w a ther hea d erto TR orTX com bin es . $5,500 O BO . gra ntw ils on@ s a s 306- 699- 7678 (c) 306- 699- 72 13 (h) HONEYBEE 50’ late model tractor mount swather, PU reels. May accept trades. 306-831-7460, Medicine Hat, AB. MASSEY FERGUSON #35, 21’ swather, batt reel, good canvasses, $500. Phone 306-883-2935, Spiritwood, SK. 2008 JD 4895 w/36’ Honeybee. 380 hrs, includes Roto-Shears, 10’ mounted roller and weight package. $105,000. 306-746 7000 or 306-746-4514. Raymore, SK. PREMIUM, ONE OWNER, always shedded, 400 Versatile, UII PU reel, new canvas, no cab. Phone 306-799-4501, Briarcrest, SK. 1989 MF 200, 30’, PU reel, rotosheers, 2600 hrs. Phone 204-568-4456, Decker, MB. 1996 CASE/IH 8820, 25’ PU reel, 600 hrs., shedded, excellent condition. 306-948-2841, Biggar, SK. 1994 HESSTON 8100, 25’ header w/PU reel and HoneyBee knife. Will sell header separate. Also 1999 Westward 9300, 30’ header w/PU reel. 780-925-2186, Guy, AB. 1981 IH 5000, dsl., 24.5’, hydro, CAHR, UII PU reels, good canvases, new belts, drive bearings, rebuilt cylinders and wobble box, c/w widened throat, exc. cond., $9800. 306-821-2566, Lloydminster, SK. 1988 IH 4000 19-1/2’, CAHR, UII reel, new knife, canvas, drive tires, shedded, vg, $10,000. Wanted: MacDon 972 25’ draper header to fit JD 9600. 780-645-2691, St. Paul, AB.

1991 IH 4000, cab, AC, 24.5’ PU reel, gauge wheels, HoneyBee knife, very good condition. $10,000; 1978 IH 4000 for parts, runs good. $1500. 306-869-2975, 306-869-7180, Radville, SK HESSTON 8220, 25’, UII pickup reel, new knife drive, Keer Shear, very good cond., $6500. 306-642-3336, Assiniboia, SK. 1989 VERSATILE 4750 25’ triple del, UII PU reel, 2032 hrs., $21,000 OBO. Call for website. 780-842-9619, Chauvin, AB. CI 742 SP, 42’, Isuzu dsl., brand new knives, good canvas, shedded, $17,000 OBO; VERSATILE 400, 20’, Keer Shears, shedded, $3500 OBO. Dodsland, SK. Phone 306-463-9744. 30’ IH 730, 42’ Massey duplex. Contact Barry Ellis at 306-243-4960, Dinsmore, SK. 1993 8100 HESSTON, 25’, w/PU reel, double swath, diesel engine. 306-739-2763, Wawota, SK. 2004 MACDON 4940 1300 engine, 1000 header hrs., 30’ 972 header, split PU reel, vine lifters. $55,000. 306-277-4900, Ridgedale, SK. 28’ 2800 VERSATILE swather header, good cond., $1500. 306-642-3648 or 306-694-5628, Assiniboia, SK. 2004 SP CASE/IH swather, WDX-901, 30’ double swath, PU reel, $60,000. Phone 306-252-2858, Kenaston, SK. 2000 MASSEY 220 Series II swather, orig. owner, 30’ triple delivery w/PU reel and swath roller, 2128 engine hours. Maintained at local dealer. Pre-season service inspection at local dealer June 2011. $37,000. Full carry swather mover avail., $8500. 306-874-7735, Naicam, SK. 2000 MACDON 3000, PU reel, good cond., $11,000. 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586, Rama, SK. 30’ MASSEY FERGUSSON, pull-type, canola shear, new canvas, $3500. Loreburn, SK. Phone 306-644-4742. 1987 742 CO-OP Implement batt reel 42’ H E A D E R with Honeybee knives and guards, new canvasses. Excellent condition for its age. 306-682-2338, Burr, SK. HESSTON 8100, 1586 hrs., 25’ head, UII PU reel, guide reels, $25,500. Big Beaver, SK. 306-267-4966 or cell 306-267-7422. 8230 CASE, PTO, 30’ MacDon pickup reel, field ready, $7500. 306-267-4411 or 306-267-7550, Coronach, SK. 2005 MACDON 3020 PT, 30’, 1500 acres total, immaculate, $15,000 OBO. 306-563-8482 or 306-782-2586, Rama, SK

2000 HESSTON 8110-S, 25’ swather 1000 hours, excellent shape, one owner. Phone 306-464-2046, Lang, SK. WANTED: 18’- 20’ Versatile 4750 or Premium 4400 swather, shedded w/low hrs. Phone 780-662-2617, Tofield, AB. MACDON PTO 30’ swather, Model 1900, c/w PU reels, $8000 OBO. 306-228-3130 or 306-228-7880 cell, Unity, SK. CI 722 SP swather, 22’, Isuzu dsl., PU reel, 1996 HONEYBEE 25’ swather header with 1950 hrs., shedded, good cond. $12,000 double swath capability, double knife, PU OBO. Ph. 403-572-3700, Drumheller, AB. reel, fits a Ford/NH bi-directional tractor. 1998 CASE/IH 8230 30’ PT swather, batt $12,500. 306-928-2053, Carievale, SK. reel, excellent condition, $7800. Phone 306-493-7535, Delisle, SK. 1986 NH 1100 w/22’ double swath header, CAHR, dsl. engine, shedded, 1856 hrs., 1997 MACDON 4920 swather, 25’, DSA, 638 hrs. Must be seen to appreciate. asking $9000. 306-997-5704, Borden, SK. 306-220-7469, 306-374-0136 leave msg, 2009 NH H8040 w/2010 36’ w/air suspen- Aberdeen, SK. sion, $115,000; MF 885 dsl., 30’, PU reels, $16,700; MF 885, 30’, $10,900; CIH 730, CASE WDX 1101 25’ Swather $49,500; 30’, PTO, $3500; CIH 725, PT, $2900; CIH Case 8820 21’ swather $16,000. Rocky 736, 36’, PT, $3900; MacDon Harvest Pro Rapids, AB. 780-621-6704. 8152i, 36’, $83,500; Prairie Star 4920, 30’, IN THE SHED: 1980 Versatile 400 20’, $5680; Prairie Star 4940, 25’, w/972, with PU reels; 1090 NH 18’. Fair condition. $54,900; WP 9000, 25’ w/roller, $35,500; Offers accepted. 306-258-4600, Vonda SK. MF 885, 21’, C&A, $6500; WP (MacDon) 3000, 30’, PT, $8600. Call Hergott Farm 1986 JD 2360, 18’, gas, PU reels, always shedded, exc. cond., 1065 hrs. Equipment 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 780-446-5348, 780-985-2183, Calmar, AB. MACDON 8152I, 550 hrs., 972 header, $82,500 OBO. Phone 780-386-2220 or 2009 NH H8040 w/2010 36’ w/air suspension, $115,000; CIH 8825 30’, PU reel, 780-888-1278, Lougheed, AB. $37,500; MacDon 2952i 30’, $78,000; MF 1987 CI 722 22’, diesel, UII PU reel, Keer 885 dsl., 30’ PU reels, $16,700; MF 885 Shear; MF 613 30’ PT new knife, $4500. 30’, $10,900; CIH 725 25’ PT w/Auto 1-866-802-9527, Arborfield, SK. trans., $2900; CIH 730, 30’ PTO, $3500; 1981 IH 4000 24-1/2’ SP swather, cab, CIH 725 PT, $2900; CIH 736, 36’ PT, AC, UII PU reel, $5500. 306-784-2777, $ 3 9 0 0 . H e r g o t t F a r m E q u i p m e n t , 306-682-2592, Case/IH at Humboldt, SK Herbert, SK. JD 590 36’, in good condition, field ready, $3600. 306-779-1362, Regina, SK. 2003 MF 25’ SP, 5000 Series, DSA, UII PU SWATH ROLLERS for sale, 8’ Koenders, reel, gauge wheels, 1006 hrs., always plastic, pull behind, $350 each. Indian shedded, paint exc. Phone 780-763-2275 Head, SK. 306-695-2521 or 306-695-7940. Email: or 780-787-2275 Mannville, AB. WANTED: MASSEY 9220, less than 1500 VERSATILE 4250 adapter to fit Versatile hrs., DSA, 25’, PU reel, excellent condition. bi-directional tractors 256, 276 and 9030. Adapter for Versatile swather headers Phone 306-493-2569, Delisle, SK. 4000 Series. $1500. Phone 780-856-2172, JOHN DEERE 590 30’ swather, always Hughenden, AB. shedded, new knife, batt. reel, excellent WANTED: 21’ HEADER for MF 885 swathcondition. 306-736-8826, Kipling, SK. e r o r s i m i l a r M a c D o n s w a t h e r. 2008 NH 8040 36’, PU reel, Roto-Shear, 306-937-2061, Battleford, SK. mounted swath roller, always shedded, WRECKING 50’ Honeybee swather, 2- 25’ 400 hrs. 2008 Massey 9430 36’, PU reel, PU reels. 306-831-7460, Medicine Hat, AB. mounted swath roller, always shedded, 560 hrs. 306-921-6697 or 306-752-3777, MACDON 972 SWATHER table, 21’ DS, sinMelfort, SK. gle knife PU reel, good condition, $10,000. 1995 CIH 8820 swather, 30’ PU or batt Call 403-362-7505, Duchess, AB. reel, 16’ hay header, will separate. Maidstone SK. 306-893-2784, 306-893-7749. CASE/IH 5000, dsl. motor, 19.5’ table, gauge wheels, UII PU reel, AC, 21.5Lx16.1 tires. 780-889-2204, Heisler, AB. VERSATILE 4700 swather, Cummins diesel, A/C, 25’ w/PU reel or 30’ batt reel, $9,000 or $10,500 with both headers; Also, CIH 8240 35’ PT, $5000. Phone 306-363-4645, Drake, SK. 1986 JD 2360, 30’, 2200 hrs, gas, mint, one owner, $25,000 OBO. Near Strasbourg, SK. 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586. 2003 MACDON 2940 swather, 30’ 962 header, PU reel. 306-426-7616, Snowden, NEW CIH 4000/5000 wobble boxes in SK. stock. Made in Italy, excellent quality, CASE 8230 PT swather, exc. shape, $8000 $ 1 4 9 5 e x c h a n g e . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 . OBO. 306-734-2967, Aylesbury, SK.


25’ HEADER for 8820 Case/IH swather, mint shape. Phone 306-593-4585, Invermay SK. MATTRACKS SUPER DUTY tracks, fits most swathers, were on Massey 220/220XL. Completely factory rebuilt, $23,000 new, asking $13,000. 204-623-5512 The Pas MB

TONUTTI 12 WHEEL “V” rake $2500. Kerrobert, SK. 306-834-5479. 2006 MACDON 922 auger header, 14’, w/conditioner $8500; 2006 BR780A round baler, $10,500; 1996 NH 664 w/net wrap, $6500. Phone 204-636-2448, Erickson, MB 16’ HAY HEADER for Case/IH 8820 or 25’ BATT REELS for Westward 3020 Hesston 8100, good condition. Baldwinton, swather, in excellent condition. Phone SK, 306-398-4025, 306-441-6160. 306-369-2503, Bruno, SK. INLAND 2000, 14-bale mover, $9900. WANTED: FULL CARRY swather transport. Semi-retired, no more haying. Phone 306-463-2995 after 8 PM, Kindersley, SK. 403-378-4924, Duchess, AB. 8’ KOENDERS PT swath roller, $899. 306-535-0054, Odessa, SK. O NLINE SHO W RO O M w w w.cropperm

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MORRIS 1400 HAY HIKER, 2003, exc. condition, $19,000 OBO. 780-365-2020, 780-210-0800. Andrew, AB. 2007 NH BR780A, autowrap, hyd. PU, $22,500; 2009 MF 1476 hydroswing hayb i n e , $ 2 7 , 5 0 0 . A c r e a g e u s e o n l y. 306-241-6177, 306-249-0717, Saskatoon. 16’ HESSTON HAYBINE HEADER to fit Hesston 8250 SP, excellent condition, $14,000. 306-424-2720, Montmartre, SK. NH 456 SICKLE mower 7’, $500; Massey Dyna balance sickle mower 9’, $350; NH 1000 bale wagon, 56 bales, good cond., $1000. 306-372-7676, Luseland, SK. WANTED: 530 OR 535 JD round baler; JD haybine; JD shoppers. Phone 403-363-3555, Rouleau, SK. HIGHLINE H-4290 14 bale mover, w/large turning paddle, $12,500 OBO. Grandview, MB. 204-546-2340, 204-572-7999. AU TO M AT I C L I F E - O F F BA L E h a u l e r, $7000. Phone Bill Semple 306-775-2857 or cell 306-535-8034, Craven, SK. 2- CASE/IH 30’ PTO swathers; JD 566 baler; 900 forage harvester; 14’ hydump. 306-398-2626, Cut Knife, SK.

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NEW 20.8X38 12 ply $826; 18.4x38 12 ply $736; 18.4x34 12 ply $636; 18.4x30 12 ply $570; 30.5Lx32 16 ply $2195; 24.5x32 14 ply $1749; 18.4x42 16 ply $1397; 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.5x25 20 ply $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply $795; 14.9x24 12 ply $356; 16.9x28 12 ply $500. Factorydirect, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. Tubes sold separa t e l y. U s e d t i r e s a l s o a v a i l a b l e . 1-800-667-4515. 2003 MORRIS 881 HAY HIKER, side rails and light package, exc. condition, $11,500 OBO. 306-563-6678, Canora, SK.


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NH 1037 BALE WAGON, in good working order, $5900. Max 104 bales. Can unload partial loads not possible with 1033. 306-545-0860, Regina, SK. MORRIS 881 HAY hiker in excellent cond. 1550 Hw y. 39 Ea s t, W eyb urn, S K Call 780-858-2365, Chauvin, AB. “Pride in Quality” JD 346 SQUARE baler, excellent condition, currently using. $5,000. 403-843-6518, RECON 300 hay conditioner, also fluffs Rimby, AB. and inverts, very good condition, $11,000. 7900 MATADOR SWATH INVERTER, 306-948-7597, Biggar, SK. exc. cond., $4500 OBO; 2 NH 116 conditioners set up to re-condition, 2 swaths up MORRIS 1400 HAYHIKER, 2009, new t o 1 6 ’ , g o o d c o n d . , $ 4 0 0 0 O B O . cond., 500 bales moved, $23,000 OBO. 306-435-3428, 306-434-8857, Moosomin, 780-356-2862, Demmitt, AB. SK. Pics avail.


AG SHIELD YIELD shield 35/36’ canola pusher, good condition, sprayer attachment, $15,000. Call Ryan 204-750-1477, Miami, MB. NEW HOLLAND MODEL 2300BF ADAPTER for NH haybine head to fit bi-directional tractor, excellent condition. Offers. Phone 780-872-2832, Paradise Hill, SK.

MINT 2588 CASE, 2015 PU w/1020 flex header 30’, air reel, 581 rotor, 719 engine, tank extensions, Pro 600, shedded. Elbow, SK. 306-644-4716 or 306-567-7929. CASE/IH COMBINES and other makes and models. Call the combine superstore. Trades welcome, delivery can be arranged. Call Gord 403-308-1135, Lethbridge, AB. 2006 8010, 619 rotor hrs., Pro 600 monitor, Swathmaster PU, field ready $218,500 OBO. Retired. 306-598-2195 Annaheim, SK 1994 CASE/IH 1688, 3500 hrs., w/1015 PU, Specialty rotor, reverser, stone trap, straw chopper, grain loss monitor, long auger, exc. cond., field ready, $47,000 OBO. 306-725-7232 cell, Strasbourg, SK. 2000 CASE/IH 2388, 1398 sep. hrs., 2043 eng. hrs., yield/moisture, specialty rotor with axceller kit, Big Top hopper ext., 2 spd. hydro, large work order in ‘09 and ‘10, $105,000. 306-647-2839, Theodore, SK. FLOODED OUT. Unused 2010 Case 8120 combine, loaded, all updates, warranty, GPS, AutoSteer, 16’ PU, $308,000 OBO. A l s o 4 0 ’ M a c D o n f l e x d r ap e r F D 7 0 . 306-634-9980, Estevan, SK. 1989 CASE/IH 1680, shedded, well maintained. Ph. 306-593-4585, Invermay, SK. 2010 7120, 243 rotor hrs., large front and rear wheels, 2016 PU, HID lights, warranty, like new. $235,000. Middle Lake, SK. Phone 306-367-2173 or 306-231-4511. 1992 IH 1680 with specialty rotor and chopper, 2350 hrs., $42,000. Phone 306-452-7200, Storthoaks, SK. 1991 CASE/IH 1680, 3100 hours, shedded, chopper, exc. cond. Kenton, MB. Phone 204-838-2020 or 204-851-2912. 2009 9120, $310,000; 2009 8120, $295,000; 2008 8010, $269,000; 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, $205,000; JD 9660W, $149,500. Hergott Farm Equip., 306-682-2592, Case/IH Humboldt, SK. CASE/IH 1460, 3372 eng. hrs., Victory PU, $8500; 1999 CIH 1010 25’ header, batt reel, $8500. 306-831-9337, Rosetown, SK. TWO IH 914 combines, one in very good condition, the other for parts. $1500 for both. Phone 306-883-2935, Spiritwood SK. 1987 CIH 1680, 3863 eng. hrs., PU table, chopper, new parts, shedded. Girouxville, AB, call 780-323-3541, 780-837-0592. 915 IH COMBINE, good shape, shedded, 810 PU header and 24’ straight cut w/lifters, good knife guards, good reels and drive. 306-567-4786, Davidson, SK. 1999 2388, AFX, specialty rotor, crossflow fan, yield and moisture, hopper topper, chopper, spreaders, 1015 PU, lateral tilt, 1900 sep. hrs., well maintained, shedded, $75,000. 306-647-2344 Theodore SK. 1998 2388, AFX rotor, acel kit, auger and hopper ext, PU and header, new 30.5x32, shedded, lots of new parts. eng. 4521, sep. 3 3 9 1 h r s . , fi e l d r e a dy. B e s t o f fe r. 306-648-3514, 306-648-7632, Bateman SK THREE 2388’S, ALL 1998, AFX rotors, choppers, toppers from 1631 to 2809 rotor hrs., Always well maintained, farmer owned, field ready. From $59,500 to $87,500. Call 403-485-8116, Vulcan, 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. 1-800-667-4515. 2007 2588 CASE COMBINE, 600 sep. hrs., Straw Master PU, chopper, auger extension and 1500 monitor, mint cond.; 30’ IHC straight cut header, for and aft w/PU reel and trailer. 306-277-4503, Gronlid, SK ESTATE SALE: 1994 Case/IH 1688, 2990 engine hrs., fore and aft, header height control, long auger, chopper, reverser, rock trap, Kirby spreader, work orders. 306-539-7768, Edgeley, SK. 1991 CIH 1682, shedded, well maintained, used on cereal grains only. Recent pick-up belts, lower sieve, feeder and elevator chains and return cross auger. Internal chopper with spreaders. $5500. Phone 306-384-5194, Saskatoon, SK.

1982 1460, 3400 hrs, too many new parts N H # 5 6 s i d e d e l i ve r y r a ke , $ 7 4 5 . 20’ UII PU REEL, $775. 306-259-4923, t o m e n t i o n , v g c o n d i t i o n . C a l l 306-259-4923, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. 306-946-7923, Young, SK. 306-539-2410, 306-885-2229, Sedley, SK.

2009 9120 $310,000; 2009 8120 $295,000 2007 8010 $248,000; 8010 duals $234,000 8010, $186,000; 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, $205,000; JD 9660W $149,500; 2188 with topper, $55,000; 2188, 1300 hrs. $81,000. Hergott Farm Equipment, Humboldt, SK. Phone 306-682-2592. 1996 2188, 3700 eng. hrs, 2900 rotor hrs, specialty rotor, straw chopper, shedded, very good shape. 306-443-2389, Alida, SK. CASE/IH 1682, PTO, w/Rake-Up PU, new drive belt, chaff spreader, good cond., $5000 OBO. 306-233-4971, Wakaw, SK.

1997 2188, specialty rotor, custom cutter NH TX66, 1998, Rake-Up PU, field ready; package, 3180 eng. hrs, 2425 rotor hrs, Also parting out 1994 TX66 combine. current uptime certified $6500 invoice, 306-338-3271, Wadena, SK. $55,000 OBO. Sturgis, SK. 306-621-9840, 306-548-4674. RENTED OUT FARM 1995 CIH 1680, nice, 1010 PU, 1020 flex 22’, $28,500 OBO. 204-326-7000 Steinbach, MB 2588 WITH 2015 PU, long auger, yield monitor, low hours, small and large wire concaves, stone trap, very nice shape. 306-896-2236, Churchbridge, SK.

SELLING EQUIPMENT CX 8 08 0 New Holla nd 2 008 , low hou rs , 350 HP, 330 bu . $225,000 O BO gra ntw ils on@ s a s 306- 699- 7678 (c) 306- 699- 72 13 (h)

1981 1460 COMBINE with 810 13’ pickup and 22.5’ rigid header. 306-896-2236, 2009 NH 9070, duals, $269,900; 2008 NH Churchbridge, SK. 9070, $239,000; 2004 NH CR970, $158,000. Hergott Farm Equipment 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 1010 30’ HEADER batt reel, hyd fore/aft, 1995 model. $7900. Trades welcome. 2001 LEXION 470, 2700/2300 hrs., CEBIS, 1997 NH TX68, 300 HP, Iveco, deluxe 1-800-667-4515. 20.8x42 duals, auto contour, Cat GPS, card cab, fine cut chopper, chaff spreader, latRETIRING: 2010 CASE/IH 8120, loaded, reader, printer, 3D sieve, yield/moisture eral tilt, rake-up PU, 30.5x32 rubber, 1930 129 hrs., 16’ Swathmaster PU; 2010 meter, plumbed for Outback AutoSteer, sep hrs, well maintained, shedded $55,000 Case/IH 35’ header, done 200 acres. new rub bars, top sieve, feeder chain, re- NH 971, 30’ straight cut header, double turn and clean grain chains, $53,000; 2007 knife drive, PU reel, c/w Elmer’s header 306-458-7503, Midale, SK. Cat F535 header available. 306-861-9481, transport, $7000. Phone 306-647-2344, 1998 2388 AFX ROTOR, Howard concaves, Weyburn, SK. Theodore, SK. long unload, bars 1 yr., well maintained, 3146 sep. hrs., $70,000 OBO. With/with- 2000 465 CAT COMBINE, 80% tracks, 2003 NH CX860, 1550 hrs, Swathmaster out 2002 MacDon 962 30’, c/w adapter, RWA, Cebis, auto contour, 1500 sep. hrs, PU, exc. cond., big rubber, 27’ auger, transport, fore/aft, PU reel, pulse auger, c/w 2003 Precision Rake-Up, 800 acres yield/moist., header tilt, shedded, MAV lifters, Valley gauge wheels, exc., $26,000. d o n e w / P U , a s k i n g $ 1 1 9 , 9 0 0 . chopper. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB. Also 2002 1020 flex, 30’, new poly, vg, 204-746-4314, Otterburne, MB. 1999 TR88 NH COMBINE, 1150 org. $16,000 OBO. 306-472-3106, Lafleche, SK. 2004 670 CHALLENGER, duals, 1100 hrs., 11’ Sund PU, Redekopp spreader, al1988 1682, new tires, internal chopper, thrashing hrs., very nice, rake-up PU, chaff ways shedded, never in rain, exc. cond., Kirby spreader, good mechanical cond., spreader. 780-386-3979, Lougheed, AB. $35,000 OBO. Call Don 306-567-4360 or $7500. Phone 306-734-5178, Craik, SK. Russ 306-567-4384, Davidson, SK. 2007 LEXION 570R, 697 hrs., P14 PU 1982 IHC 1480 combine, c/w IHC pickup header, duals, 3D sieve, yield and mois- 2007 CR9070, 20.8x42 duals, loaded, 360 header, new feeder house floor and plastic ture, very good cond. 204-539-2946, Dur- threshing hrs; 2000 SP36 HoneyBee draper feeder chain, $7000 OBO. 306-854-2030, ban, MB. header, gauge wheels, hyd. fore/aft, split Elbow, SK. reel, steel teeth. Arch Equipment, 306-867-7252, Outlook, SK. IH 1482 COMBINE, good shape, $3500 OBO. Phone: 306-693-1277, cell: 306-536-2241, Regina, SK. CASE/IH 2188, 1015 PU header, approx. Improve your 2000 hrs., $45,000 OBO. 306-252-2858, LOST SIDE PLASTIC cover for NH 76C Kenaston, SK. straw chopping header on Hwy. #5 between Watson and 1993 1688, 3165 eng. hrs., long auger, Saskatoon on June 28th. Ph 306-338-3271 with a Rodono chopper Rake-Up PU, shedded, waxed, moisture FOR SALE OR TRADE: 642 Ford comrotor for R72 and R75’s. tester, Kirby, all WO’s, many new parts. Off bine, 2501 hrs., PU header, chopper, good heavy, stone free soil. $43,500 OBO. Elrose 6 cyl. Ford dsl. motor. Offers. Bow Island, Rodono Industries SK. 306-378-2904 or 306-831-7668 cell. Ph: 403-784-3864 AB. Phone 403-545-6431. 1985 1480, 2900 ORG. HRS., 2nd owner, strawstorm, shedded, field ready, $15,500 2007 NH 9060, 760 sep. hrs., 1030 eng., equipped with 16’ 76C Swathmaster, ext. OBO. 306-874-5528, Naicam, SK. auger, terrain tracer, Intelliview II touch LONGER LASTING GLEANER accelerator 1993 1688, 2301 engine hours., chopper, screen, $179,000. 306-535-2992, Gray, SK rollers, 3 to 5 times longer than OEM. axceller kit, new concave, dual chaff Phone 306-759-2572, Eyebrow, SK. spreader, 1015 PU, shedded, exc. cond., 2 NH CX8080 COMBINES: 2007, 730 sep. hrs., $220,000; 2008, 610 sep. hrs., GLEANER L3 HYDRO, big engine, 2320 $49,000 OBO. 306-328-4721, Bankend, SK. $225,000. Both have 900/60R32’s, auger eng. hrs., approx. 1800 thresher hrs., 13’ 1986 CASE 1680, 2900 engine hours, twin extensions, 16’ Swathmasters. Custom HD header, new injectors 2010. Combine is Kirby, chopper, Victory PU, new belts, 88 tow cable system. Both very clean and overhauled every fall, field ready, shedded. Series update, fan kit, always shedded, field ready. 306-536-3870, Regina, SK. $13,000 OBO. 403-676-2157, Sibbald, AB. $25,000; 1997 2188, 3000 engine hours, field ready, swathmaster, 26’ flex header, 1997 NH TX66, 2800 hrs., $39,900; 1987 1992 GLEANER R72, twin turbo Deutz 330 with trailer, $62,000. 306-374-7749, Massey 8560, 2000 sep. hrs., $29,900. HP eng, 330 bu. hopper, heavy final drives, 306-231-8111, Humboldt, SK. 306-229-3103, Saskatoon, SK. chopper, PU header, great cond, $40,000 2003 2388, 2181 sep. hrs., 2015 Swath- 1997 TX66, 3100 eng. hrs., 2400 separa- OBO. Fred 780-204-9176, Mayerthorpe, AB master pickup, auger ext., air foil chaffer, tor hrs., Rake-Up PU, well maintained, lots 1989 R50 GLEANER, 14’ Melroe PU, always harvest concaves, shedded. 306-436-4334, of new parts, $35,000 OBO. 306-268-2025, s h e d d e d , e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n . Bengough, SK. 306-436-7600, Milestone, SK. 306-768-3729, Carrot River, SK. 2004 2388, 2015 header w/Swathmaster 1999 TX66, 2230 sep. hrs., Super Victory N5 C/W STRAIGHT cut header and PU PU, 1223 sep. hrs., 1630 eng. hrs., AFX ro- PU and chopper, good tires, good cond., header w/mounted Rake-up, always shedtor, hopper ext., Howard concave, shedded $45,000. 306-395-2587, Chaplin, SK. ded, $14,300. 306-626-3535, Success, SK, $120,000. Ph 306-834-2934, Kerrobert SK. WANT BETTER SEED RECOVERY AND LESS TRASH IN YOUR GRAIN? New 1993 R62 for sale, shedded and well mainFine tune your Peterson sieves for TR95-99, adjustable tained, open to offers. Call 306-332-5932 airfoil, $1190. or 306-336-2712, Fort QuAppelle, SK. chopper for a finer cut. 1-800-667-4515. AUCTION AUG. 3- 1998 Gleaner R62 SP Rodono straw 2007 NH CX8070 Super Series Conven- w/Gleaner PU header. Call Hodgins Aucchopper rotor ($2300) tional combine, 20.8x42 duals, loaded, 806 tioneers 1-800-667-2075. PL 915407. and/or knife kit ($460) with long sep. hrs., excellent condition, $185,000. LOADED! 1998 Gleaner R72, 2000 engine Call Larry 705-728-1610, Minesing, ON. rectangular knives available at hrs., too many upgrades to list. Smoky Rodono Industries NH TR70, 1294 orig. hrs., Melroe belt PU, Lake, AB. Phone 780-650-1053. Ph: 403-784-3864 shedded, mint cond., $7000; 17’ straight cut with pickup reel, $900. 780-914-6340, 780-895-7744, Star, AB. 1984 IH 1480, 810 PU, shedded, nice 1994 TR97 NH, very low hrs., terrain trac- 1994 9500 COMBINE, 1765 sep. hrs., 2 shape, 5000 hrs, $20,000 workorder in er, Victory Super 8 PU, good cond., spd. cylinder, long auger, chaff spreader, 30.5x32 tires, always shedded, field ready, 2010, $12,900. 204-529-2091, 204-529- $35,000. Greg at 306-734-5114, Craik, SK. $49,000; 212 PU header with Renn, 2046, 204-825-8056, Cartwright, MB. 1998 NH TR98, 1975 thrashing hrs., Rake- $6500; 1997 930 rigid header, $9000; 2007 CASE 710, swathmaster 14’ pickup, Up PU, original owner, NH service insp., 2003 930 flex header, $21,000; 2 header VSR, fore and aft, rock trap, long auger, many recent parts, incl. rotor balance and transports, $1200 and $1600. Must be chopper, PRG600 monitor, 42” duals, 960 new tires. Well maintained, ready to go, seen. Moose Jaw, SK. 306-631-7932 or no longer farming, $55,000. Phone: 306-693-2184. hrs., $139,000. 306-782-2738, Yorkton, SK 204-730-0665, Rivers, MB. CASE/IH 1660, 3131 hrs., well main2006 JD 9760 STS, bullet rotor, 850 sep. tained, always shedded, has Calcudry NEW REDEKOP MAV fine-cut chopper hrs, w/Precision PU, Greenlighted. Phone moisture monitor, Rake-Up pickup, Kirby and chaff spreader, NH TR95, 96, 97, 98, 306-726-5840, Markinch, SK. spreader and a long list of repairs. 99, $8250. Trades wanted 1-800-667-4515 1995 JD 9600, 2238 sep. hrs. 2 spd. cyl., 306-587-2275, Cabri, SK. chaff spreader, 30.5x32 tires, 914 PU 2004 2388, ASX 2 spd. rotor, 2100 sep. 2010 NH-CR 9090-Class 10 129 sep/ header, through shop this winter, many hrs., long auger, chopper stone trap, big 172 eng hrs, full load w/AutoSteer, cruise, new parts, field ready, $65,000. John tires, $92,500. 306-786-6510, Rhein, SK. long auger and ext., 620R70x42 duals, de- Maire 780-744-2147, Islay, AB. 2003 2388 COMBINE, 2610 eng. hrs., luxe chopper. 306-287-7707 Quill Lake SK. 2002 9650 STS, loader, 2498 sep. hrs, 2240 sep. hrs., c/w 1015 header, AFX ro- 1997 TR98, 2217 thresher hrs., annual 9 1 4 P P U , v g c o n d . , $ 8 7 , 0 0 0 . t o r, $ 9 9 , 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 4 7 2 - 5 7 3 9 o r dealer triple check since new, well main- 306-747-7097, Leask, SK. 306-472-7798, Lafleche, SK. tained, Rake-Up PU, $42,000; 1995 25’ JD 9770 STS, 935 eng., 613 sep. 1991 CASE/IH 1660, Cummins eng., 3180 Honeybee straight cut header, Ull PU reel, 2008 hrs, 20.8x42 duals, 615P header, HID eng. hrs, specialty rotor, chopper, chaff $20,000. 306-821-7500, Marshall, SK. lights, hopper tarp, touch set/yield/moisspreader, shedded, vg cond., $25,000. 2009 NH 9070, duals, $269,900; 2008 NH ture, Greenlighted at 430 sep. hrs, asking 306-783-8283, Yorkton, SK. 9 0 7 0 , $ 2 3 9 , 0 0 0 ; 2 0 0 4 N H C R 9 7 0 , $239,000. 306-728-6766, 306-728-5366, 1998 CIH 2188, only 1300 sep. hrs., Spe- $ 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 Waldron, SK. cialty rotor, shedded, good cond., $80,000 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 4- JD 9760 STS combines, JD 914P, startoffers. 306-768-3466, Carrot River, SK. 2006 CX860, 984 sep. hrs., 1164 eng. ing at 1291 sep. hrs., 3 units on single 1994 1688, 4275 hrs., loaded, long auger, hrs., new concaves, rub bars, spiders, wheels, 1 on duals, loaded w/options, all JD pickup, field tracker, Kirby spreader, clean grain chain and sprockets, most Greenlighted, starting at $159,000. See shedded, field ready, $38,000. Davidson, belts. 1 owner, well maintained. Must see. pics: D.B. Murray Ltd. Melita, MB. 1-800-805-0495. $173,000 OBO. 403-998-0053, Blackie, AB. SK. 306-567-3255 or 306-567-7533.


1999 JD 9600, 600 hrs., Rake-Up PU, big tires, always shedded, field ready, not used last 6 yrs. Retired. 306-662-3753, Golden Prairie, SK. 1983 JD 8820, approx. 4100 hrs., 214 platform, airfoil chaffer, long auger, shedded, field ready, $19,000 OBO. 204-385-2873, 204-212-0033, Gladstone, MB. 1982 JD 6601, new rub bars, chaff spreader, shedded, excellent condition, $2000. 306-834-5059, Kerrobert, SK. 7720 JD TITAN II long auger axle ext, heavy frame, chaff spreader, chopper, 2 spd. cylinder, over $10,000 in parts, always shedded, $18,000 OBO. Lafleche, SK. 306-472-5910 or cell 306-472-7778. AUCTION AUG. 2- Flexi-Coil 2320 air drill c/w Flexi-Coil 5000 air drill. Call Hodgins Auctioneers, 1-800-667-2075. PL 915407. 2005 JD 9860 STS, 1231 sep. hrs w/JD 615 PU, Greenlight this spring, vg, $182,000. 306-634-9231, Estevan, SK. JD 9400 SP COMBINE, w/PU table and 20’ straight table, exc. cond., field ready, always shedded. 306-336-2369, Lipton, SK.


1998 CTS II, 1630 sep. hrs, new concave/ 1999 JD CTS II, 2191 sep. hrs, 914 PU, bars, shedded, loaded, mint, 914 PU, 30’ GreenStar yield/moist, 2 spd. cyl. and MacDon 972. 306-692-4047 Moose Jaw SK beater, DAM reel spd., fine cut chopper, Kirby chaff spreader, JD hopper topper, 20’ JD 9600, 2500 hrs, shedded, very good auger w/3’ ext., adj. filler plates on sep. condition, $49,000 OBO. 306-857-4502, grates, excellent shape, always shedded. 306-867-7142, Strongfield, SK. 306-648-8337, Gravelbourg, SK. JD 9400, long auger, hopper topper, fine cut chopper, chaff spreader, 914 PU, 1813 AUCTION AUG. 4- 2004 Premier 2940 threshing hours, new feeder chain, rub w/MacDon 963 30’ header, showing 521 bars, concave, elevator chains, chopper h r s . C a l l H o d g i n s A u c t i o n e e r s , blades, shedded, exc. cond., $40,000 OBO. 1-800-667-2075. PL #915407. Phone 403-934-7205, Strathmore, AB. 1993 JD 9500, 3092 sep. hrs, 914 PU Redekop chopper, chaff spreader, 2009 JD 9670 STS, 968/740 hrs., Con- header, unloading auger, shedded, Greentour Master, Premier cab, 20.8x38 w/du- long l i g h t e d , $52,000. 306-648-3540, als, chopper w/power tail board, AutoTrac 306-648-7721, Gravelbourg, SK. ready, $179,500 USD; 2007 JD 9760 STS, 1925/1451 hrs., Contour Master, 2009 JD 9770 and 2-2007 JD 9760 STS, 20.8x42 w/duals, chopper, Touchset, fully loaded, ext. ware pkg, Contour Mas$139,500 USD. Fairfax, MN, 320-848-2496, ter, GreenStar/ AutoTrac high capacity unload augers and lifts, HID lights, bullet ro320-894-6560, warranty to 2013, 800/70x38 tires. 1989 JOHN DEERE 9500, 3778 sep. hrs., tors, 912 PU header, field ready, $32,000 OBO. 306-536-5118, 306-536-5116, Rouleau, SK Phone 306-267-4411 or 306-267-7550, Coronach, SK. NEW RE D E K OP 1986 JD TITAN II combine, 1918 hrs., PRODUCTS CAH, straw chopper, air foil sieve, mint cond., $21,000. 306-726-4388, Southey SK ECONO rotor for John Deere

2004 JD 9760 STS combine, 1620 rotor hrs., Outback AutoSteer ready, deluxe cab, and moisture monitor, touch set con1991 JD 9400, 912 PU, 2236 eng. hrs., yield adjust, long auger, 520R85/38 duals, 1540 sep hrs. Must be seen to appreciate. cave 914 single PU, $149,000. Phone 306-220-7469, 306-374-0136 leave msg, 306-457-7649,point Stoughton, SK. Aberdeen, SK. 2008 JD 9770, 615 PU, 250 hrs, power hopper cover, $239,000. 635D header. Always shedded. 204-851-0745, Elkhorn, MB 2008 JD 9660 WTS c/w 615 PU, 930 ridgid header w/PU reel and mover, 385 eng. 1996 JD 9600, 2355 sep. hrs., shedded, hrs., 260 sep. hrs., exc. cond. Asking hopper topper, chopper, dual spd. cylin- 199,900. 403-504-9645, Medicine Hat, AB. d e r, g r e e n l i g h t e d l a s t 3 y r s . , c / w 2005 630 HydraFlex header and AWS air 2001 JD 9750 STS, excellent condition, fan and reel. Both in v.g. shape, $75,000. several upgrades including bullet rotor and concaves. This unit had extensive mainte306-460-8167, Kindersley, SK. nance in recent seasons. 2758 engine hrs., 1770 threshing hrs. JD perform Max inspection completed June 2011. $132,000. 306-874-7735, Naicam, SK. JD 9660W, yield and moisture, $149,500; 2006 JD 9760, only 800 hrs. Call Hergott Farm Equip 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 1998 JD 9610, 2700 sep. hrs., 914 PU header, hopper ext., yield monitor, chaff spreader, new concave and rub bars, shedded, field ready, $75,000. 403-335-8053, Didsbury, AB.

JD STS DUAL KITS, new tires, 20.8x42, $14,900; JD 9400-9610/CTS/CTSII, new tires, 18.4x38 or 20.8x38 $9800 -$10,600; JD 6620/7720/8820, used tires 18.4Rx42, $6500. Trades welcome! 1-800-667-4515. 1998 JD 9610, w/914 PU header, 20’ auger, fine cut chopper, chaff spreaders and other options, 3387 sep. hrs., $33,000 on Greenlight since March ‘08, well kept machine, asking $78,000; Also available JD 930 Rigid header w/PU reel, asking $12,500; and JD 930 flex header, asking $13,500. Phone 306-725-4286, Bulyea, SK. 2009 T670, 170 hrs. w/36’ draper header, $270,000. 306-634-4451, Estevan, SK.

CALL MELITA, MB for all your used combine needs, every combine has been G r e e n l i g h t e d , l i s t p r ov i d e d , w a i ve r available, 16 used combines, 10 units on dual wheels. Wet ground? Call us. D.B. Murray Ltd., Melita, MB. 1-800-805-0495. 1996 JD 9600, 2716 sep. hrs., 914 PU, AutoSteer, yield and moisture, dual spd. cyl., chaff spreader, fine cut chopper, 20’ unloading auger, Greenlighted Spring of 2011, new: rub bars, concave, clean grain gearbox, popup auger, return elevator chain, exc . rubber, always shedded, $84,900. 306-625-3674, Ponteix, SK. Can email pics. Email JD 9660W, yield and moisture, $149,500; 2006 JD 9760, only 800 hrs. Call Hergott Farm Equip 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK.

1986 JD 7720 Titan II, 3620 eng. hrs., 212 PU, chaff spreader, always shedded, exc. condition. 306-447-4705, Beaubier, SK. 1998 JD CTS II, 2000 sep. hrs., loaded, Greenstar, P914 PU, shedded, field ready. 306-695-2623, Indian Head, SK. 1982 7720 TURBO in excellent shape. 212 PU, 2 spd. cyl., Redekop chaff spreader and cyclone, air foil sieve, hydro drive. Runs great. $22,500 OBO. Call for details TAKE YOUR PICK: JD 9750 STS 2002, c/w Precision accelerator, 914 PU, VSF, and pictures. 306-945-4684 Waldheim, SK yield/moisture, 1700 sep. hrs, $127,000 2000 JD 9650W, 2800 sep. hrs., $29,000 or JD 9650 STS 2003 c/w Precision accelin recent work orders, $99,900 OBO; 1989 erator, 914 PU, yield/moisture, 1371 sep. JD 9500, 3200 sep. hrs., nice condition, hrs, $135,000. Both Greenlighted every $39,900. 306-231-8111, Humboldt, SK. season. We have bought bigger combines and wish to sell one of these- you pick. 930 and 230 straight cut headers w/PU Call John Smith 204-825-2715, cell reels; 2- JD 7721 PT combines, chop- 204-825-8310, Pilot Mound, MB. pers, chaff spreaders, good tires and PU’s, WANTED: JD PULL-TYPE 6601 combines shedded. Offers. 306-997-4910 Borden SK. and JD 9600 combine. Phone 1981 and 1982 JD 8820 COMBINES, 403-363-3555, Rouleau, SK. each with 214 PU platforms, always shed- 2000 JD 9650 STS, 914 pickup header, ded, field ready, variable speed feeder 2 3 0 0 t h r e s h i n g h r s . , $ 8 5 , 0 0 0 O B O. house, adj. straw chute, chaff spreader, 306-252-2227, Kenaston, SK. HID lighting, 30.5x32 Rice tires, airfoil chaffer, new style adj. knife bank on chop- 1996 9600, duals, chaff spreader, 6 belt per. Contact Ron 204-941-3125 Morris MB. pick up, 2600 hours, $50,000. Phone Email 306-524-4960, Semans, SK.

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2007 9860 STS PREMIUM, 694 hrs., bullet rotor, mapping, long auger, 615 PU, 900 rice tires, shedded, extras, exc. cond. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB.

2010 NH 94C draper header, 30’ w/pea auger, PU reel, transport, done 1500 acres. F i t s N H 9 0 7 0 , e t c . C a l l C h a r l i e at : 403-362-7505, Duchess, AB.

2- 2001 JD 9650 STS, JD 914P, 1573 and 1807 sep. hrs., both combines loaded w/options, both on single wheels, Greenl i g h t e d , $ 1 2 5 , 0 0 0 . S e e p i c t u r e s at D. B. Murray Ltd., Melita, MB. 1-800-805-0495.

1997 JD 930 FLEX HEADER, new poly, good cond. Asking $14,500. Imperial, SK. Call 306-963-2047 or 306-963-7740. 2008 CASE/IH 2020 flex heads, 35 and 30’, loaded. Albert Bart, 306-528-2072, 306-528-2207, Nokomis, SK.

9510, 2 SPD. CYL., 2500 sep. hrs., 3200 eng. hrs., Sunnybrook concaves, 914 PU header, $70,000. 306-882-3278, Fiske, SK. 2004 JD 9760, 1574 rotor hrs., Contour master, AutoSteer ready, deluxe cab, yield and moisture monitor, $165,000 OBO. Ph. Gerald 306-673-2640, cell 306-628-7727, Prelate, SK.

2009 MACDON FD 70, 40’ set up for JD, A1, asking $54,900; 2007 JD 635 flex w/air reel, $39,900; IHC 8R30” corn head, 883, $6900. Len 204-324-6298 Altona, MB. MODEL 1015 CASE/IH pick-up header with Swathmaster pick-up. Watrous, SK. Phone 306-536-3997.

1994 JD 9600, loaded, 214 7-belt PU, Greenlighted, 4400 sep. hrs, $44,900 OBO. Call Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB.,

FLEX HEADERS JD 2004, 635F, $26,500; JD 2004, 630F, $24,250; JD 2001, 930F, $14,900; JD 1997, 930F, $10,500; JD 914 PU header, $8000. Delivery available. Kehler Sales, 701-330-7401, Carman, MB.

2008 JD 9770 STS, 890 hrs, loaded, $175,000. 2009 JD 9770 STS, 810 hrs, loaded, $179,500. Round bar STS concaves, like new, $1450. 204-822-3797, Morden, MB.

2004 GLEANER- HONEYBEE ADAPTER with pump and half shaft, $2000 OBO. 306-749-7978, Birch Hills, SK. 2008 LEXION F-535, $30,000; 2007 Lexion F-540, $35,000. Both headers have PU reel, double knife drive, good skid shoes. Will fit 400 or 500 Series combines. Phone 306-861-9481, Weyburn, SK.

2007 JD 9860 STS, 524 threshing hrs, 830 eng. hrs, bullet rotor w/Howard concave, duals, long auger, moisture and yield, 615 PU header, wide spread power c a s t b o a r d , m a ny e x t r a s , l i ke n ew, $228,000 OBO. 306-247-2086, Scott, SK.

2002 JD 9550W, JD 914P, 823 hrs., dual range, 30.5x32 fronts, loaded w/options, Haul-All tarps, Greenlighted, $129,000; 1994 JD 9600, JD 914, 3094 hrs., 30.5L-32 fronts, dual range, chaff spreader, Offers. IN THE SHED: 1984 8920; 1980 White 1982 7720 JD, Redekop high speed C a l l D. B . M u r r ay L t d . , M e l i t a , M B , 8700; 918 White quick-cut straight header. c h o p p e r, 4 4 0 0 h r s . N o r m a n D ew a l d 1-800-805-0495. Offers accepted. 306-258-4600 Vonda, SK. 403-552 2181 or 780-753-1229 Altario AB. AUCTION AUG. 2- 2001 JD 9650 STS 2006 JD 9860 “BULLET” combine, 42” du- combine w/JD PU header. Call Hodgins als, 28” rears, Contour-Master hyd. tail Auctioneers, 1-800-667-2075. PL 915407. board, folding auger, 615 PU, shedded, 1984 7720, w/chopper and chaff spread$179,000. 403-936-5797, Calgary, AB. er, (c/w 2 headers: 930 flex header, 30’; 1987 JD 8820 TITAN II, long auger, 6 belt PU header), 4700 eng. hrs., always chopper, chaff spreader, 214 PU header shedded, greenlighted. 306-567-3067, and JD 224 straight cut header w/Hart Bladworth, SK. Carter PU reel, good combine. Maidstone, JD 7720 TURBO, nice shape; 224 straight SK. Phone 306-893-2737. cut header; 1061 PTO Westfield auger. 306-478-2798, Mankota, SK. Upgrade your chopper

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2003 JD 9650STS 1700 hrs., runs nice, recent work order, headers avail. $99,800. Trades welcome, financing available. BART’S TRANSPORT INC. Professional air drill towing. Combine, tractor, sprayer 1-800-667-4515. hauling. 306-441-4316 North Battleford SK

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BELARUS 1500, good working cond. plus 1990 MF 8460, 1700 hrs., pickup header, one for spare parts, $9000. Merlin or Den30’ MacDon header, new tires, very good nis 1-800-661-2134, Waskatenau Motors. condition, $32,000. 306-631-1617, 2003 JD 9650 STS, 910 eng, 636 sep, yield 306-355-2580, Parkbeg, SK. and moisture, hopper ext., Michel’s elec. 2008 MF 9790, zero hours, warranty Mav roll tarp, 914 PU and 9360 Draper headers, c h o p p e r, 1 6 ’ S w a t h m a s t e r P U . F OR $175,000. 306-421-5217 Benson, SK 403-443-2024, Three Hills, AB.

25D HEADER 2004, S/N 705851, 2 new canvases, new canvas roller bearings, gauge wheels, poly skid shoes, shedded, delivery available, $15,500 including transport trailer. Phone Barry 403-652-7419 or 1-800-815-2718, High River, AB. 2004 30’ HONEYBEE, pea auger, end strut gauge wheels, reel speed control, UII PU reel, transport c/w lifters; 2006 JD 630 hydraflex, short stone dam, exc. cond., c/w flex finger lifters; 2007 Bergen header transport w/flex bar. 306-336-2684, Lipton, SK. 2010 JD 635 flex header, used for 1500 acres, mint condition! Asking $40,000. Phone 306-741-7968, Swift Current, SK. 2002 JD #930 flexheader c/w Crary air reel, new fingers, auto height control, $17,900. 306-472-5700, Lafleche, SK. MACDON HEADER ADAPTER for JD 9600 Series combine. Call Torwalt Farms 306-364-2030, Jansen SK. 1015 PICKUP HEADER c/w full 14’ IH PU, l i k e n e w, d o n e o n l y 4 0 a c r e s ! 306-677-2526, Hodgeville, SK.


1998 JD 9610, variable spd feeder house, hopper topper, chaff spreader, 1926 cyl. hrs., Greenlight every year at GVE in Winkler, exc. shape. $83,000. Contact: Allan 204-242-4515 or Mark 204-242-4167, St. Leon, MB. AUCTION AUG. 4- 2001 JD 9650 STS w/JD 914 PU, showing 2277 eng. hrs. Call Hodgins Auctioneers, 1-800-667-2075. PL #915407. 2006 JD 9760STS 1480 hrs, ContourMaster, recent work order and 110 point inspection. $138,800. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515. 2010 JD 9770, 615 PU, 270 hrs, mint, loaded, 800/70R38 tires, Contour-Master, $269,000. New 2011 JD 9770 combine, 615 PU, 0 hrs, loaded, duals, Contour-Mast e r. F l o o d e d o u t , d i s c o u n t e d . 306-421-0205, Estevan, SK. 1998 CTS II, 1900 sep. hrs, shedded, yield and moisture kit, fully loaded, very well maintained, $72,000 OBO. 306-782-6907 or 306-621-2035, Jedburgh, SK. 1985 7720 TITAN II, 3700 hrs., 2 spd. cyl., header height control, chaff spreader, 224 flex, transport, field ready, shedded, $23,000 OBO. 306-725-4820, Bulyea, SK 1987 JD 8820 Titan II, long auger, chopper, chaff spreaders, PU header, great condition. 306-432-4803, Lipton, SK.

1987 850 TURBO, 2365 hours, standard trans., Sund pick up, spreaders, extended auger, $8500. 306-375-2313, Kyle, SK. MF 8780XP 2000, radial tires, Howard concaves, airfoil sieve, long auger, Mav chopper, exc. cond. Pics available. Gregoire Seed Farms, 306-441-7851 or 306-445-5516, North Battleford, SK. 2004 MF 9790 Field Star, only 700 thresher hrs., c/w PU header. Mint cond. Must sell. Lee 306-962-3992, Eston, SK. 1997 8570 MF, PU header, chopper and K i r b y s p r e a d e r, 3 6 ’ D r ap e r h e a d e r. 306-962-7588, 306-962-4132, Eston, SK. 1994 MF CLAAS 8460, 2930 eng hrs, chaff spreader, fine cut chopper, high enertia cylinder, shedded, 1995 Gleaner straight cut, both in good condition, $35,000. 306-768-2874, Carrot River, SK. MF 860 COMBINE, 6 cyl standard, Melroe PU, 3800 hrs., good rubber, 1200 acres on new concave and rub bars. Moose Jaw, SK area, $12,500 OBO. 306-693-1277, cell: 306-536-2241. 1997 MF 8780, straw chopper, hopper ext. chaff spreader, new tires, Micro trac yield 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 . 306-378-4054, Elrose, SK.

MF 9690, 1070 eng. hrs, 760 sep. hrs, exc. shape, $150,000. 30’ draper, Agco 5100, 30’ Agco 8000 flex header. Contact QUIT FARMING: 1999 JD CTS II, 1541 Barry Ellis at 306-243-4960, Dinsmore, SK. sep. hrs., loaded, 914 PU, shedded, field ready, new turbo charger and cyl. belt, 860 MASSEY COMBINE, V8 hydro, Melroe dual range cyl., 306-843-2213, Wilkie, SK. PU and chopper. Make me an offer. JD 9500, 914 header, only 1040 original 306-734-2967, Aylesbury, SK. hrs., always shedded, mint cond.; Also 1991 8460, V6 Mercedes, 3565 hrs., with 10x50 Westfield swing-away auger. Phone pick-up and 25’ header, asking $30,000. 306-745-3851, Esterhazy, SK. Phone Joe 306-862-6880, 306-862-5127, 1999 JD 9610, 2800 hrs., always shedded, Nipawin, SK. Email: excellent condition. Open for reasonable 2004 CAT CHALLENGER 670, PU and 25’ offers. 204-263-5406, Pine River, MB. straight cut auger header, 1000/1438 hrs. DONE FARMING: 1995 JD 9500 combine Fieldstar included, $139,900. Stony Plain, with 2 headers for sale 306-463-4289, AB, 780-968-3957, 780-999-1111 cell. 306-460-7526, Kindersley, SK. AUCTION JULY 21st- 1984 MF 550 2008 JD 9770 STS, 568 hrs., Contour Western combine Ph. Hodgins Auctioneers M a s t e r, 2 0 . 8 x 4 2 w / d u a l s , c h o p p e r, 1-800-667-2075. $184,500 USD. Both Greenlighted. Fairfax, M N , 3 2 0 - 8 4 8 - 2 4 9 6 , 3 2 0 - 8 9 4 - 6 5 6 0 , 1983 MF 850 COMBINE, 2400 hrs., spreader, always shedded, original owner, good working cond. Asking $15,500 OBO. 1979 7720, excellent shape, 212 PU, Call 306-734-2338, Craik, SK. chopper, airfoil sieve, hydro drive, 1744 hrs, always shedded. 780-446-5348, 1985 MASSEY 860, shedded, large tires, Rake-Up PU, rebuilt motor 200 hrs. ago. 780-985-2183, Calmar, AB. 306-423-5436, Domremy, SK. 1986 JD 8820 Titan II, w/914 PU head, 2 spd. cyl., Rodono fine cut chopper, Kirby 1986 MASSEY 8560, new feeder chain, chaff spreader, Mauer big top hopper ext., new rubs, new elements, 1800 eng. hrs., in-cab remote fan speed adj., vg cond. great shape. 403-312-0280, Carstairs, AB. Email: 306-594-2706, 306-594-7974, Hyas, SK. 2- 2009 JD T 670’s, 615 PU headers, AutoTrac ready, perfect straw machines, shedded, 192 sep. hrs, $230,000 or 288 sep. hrs, $225,000. 403-888-1623, Crossfield, AB. 7721 TITAN II airfoil system, hyd. trans., hitch and auger, straw chopper, used very little, always shedded, last year Titan was built. 403-318-4706 or 403-746-5762, Eckville, AB.

2- MF 852’s, 1300 hrs. each, good cond., one shedded, asking $9500 for both. 403-326-2442, 403-326-3739, Cereal, AB. 1983 860 MF, 6 cyl., standard, PU header, 9030 straight cut header. Kipling, SK. Phone 306-736-8606 or 306-736-2350. 2003 MF 9790, 1400 sep. hrs., 14’ Swathmaster, $127,000 OBO. Call 306-365-7179, Nokomis, SK.


2003 JD 965 0W w ith 914 pu h e a d e r. Du a ls , ho p p er to p p er, lo n g u n lo a d in g a u ger, b ea ter s p eed u p kit, cha ffs p rea d er, s tra w cho p p er.

1999 JD 965 0W w ith 914 pu h e a d e r. Du a ls , ho p p er to p p er, lo n g

u n lo a d in g a u ger, high in ertia cylin d er, b ea ter kita n d gra te, b ea ter s p eed u p kit, cha ffs p rea d er, s tra w cho p p er, yield m o n ito r.    1998 JD 9610 w ith 914 pu h e a d e r.  New ru b b er, ho p p er to p p er, lo n g u n lo a d in g a u ger, high in ertia cylin d er, b ea ter kita n d gra te u p gra d e, b ea ter s p eed u p kit, cha ffs p rea d er, s tra w cho p p er, yield m o n ito r. 2004 S P 36 H o n e y Be e d ra pe r. JD a tta chm en t, s p litHa rtCa rter p u reel, cro s s a u ger, d u a l kn ife d rive, hyd fo re/a ft, tra n s p o rtkit. 2005 S P 36 H o n e y Be e d ra pe r.  JD a tta chm en t, s p litUII p u reel, cro s s a u ger, hyd fo re/a ft, tra n s p o rtkit. 2002 M a cd o n 962  30’ d ra pe r.  JD a tta chm en t, UII p u reel, hyd fo re/a ft tra n s p o rtkit. ***All u n its a re in p rem iu m s ha p e a n d a re field rea d y w ith recen tw o rk o rd ers p ro vid ed *** F o r m o re d eta ils ca ll Da ryl a t

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2008 GMC SIERRA 1500 DENALI TRUCK CREW CAB White, 4 Door WAS $35,995

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A86 ‘09, elec adj chfr/seive, 28Lx26 R1 dual 520/85R42 R1W, hyd reel fore/aft, hillside risers, rotor knife, HID lts, hella beacon lts/sensor, 495 hrs ............... $299,000 2 - R76 ‘10, stone trap, fine cut chpr, hyd for/aft outlet, beacon lts/sensor, 16.9x26, D18.4R42 ...... $299,000 2 - R76 ‘09 w/4200 hdr, loaded ............................. $299,000 R66 ‘09, beacon lts w/sensor, sep cage, chrm, high hyd reel fore/aft, HID lt, hella, stone trap, fine cut chpr, hyd sprdr sngl, 12” deck ext ....................... $259,000 R75, ‘05, yield & moisture, 14” unload, chaff fins, hi-wire sep grate, hyd sprdr, fine cut chpr,1062 hrs....................................................................... $199,000 R75 ‘03 w/4000 hdr, Rakeup, 14” auger, yield & moisture, loaded,1249 hrs .................................. .$169,000 R72, ‘00, Sunnybrook, chaff fins, fine cut chpr, elec concave adj, 400 hdr w/Super 8, 1130 hrs .... $139,000 R65 ‘08, w/4200 hdr, yield moisture & map, GB sensor, ladder deck ext, spout for 14”, 484.4 hrs . $259,000 R65, ‘07, 850 hrs ................................................... $199,000 R65, ‘03, 14” unload, hi-wire sep grate, fine cut chpr, hyd straw sprdr, 1906 hrs ............................ $149,000 R62, ‘01, 30.5 rubber, fine cut chpr, hyd sprdr, 14’ Swathmaster approx. 1600 hrs ............................ $109,000 R62 ‘00, auto hdr ht, fine cut chpr, elec concave, extended chaff fins, 1399 hrs .............................. $119,000 R62, ‘00, SM pu, fine cut chpr, elec concave adj....... $99,000 R62 ‘93 w/313 hdr & Rakeup pu ............................. .$59,900 R60 ‘91 w/313 hdr, 8-belt Victory ............................ $29,900 R60 ‘91 w/Victory hdr & Super 8 pu ......................... $29,900 Case 1680 ‘91, rebuilt, w/Rake-up pu ...................... $59,900 MF 9895 ‘10, 350 bu, hyd reel fore/aft beacon lt/ sensor HID lt, hella, bin ext, Mav chpr, dual 520/ 85R42, R1W M, elec adj, 28Lx26 R1 .................... $329,000 MF 9795 ‘10, 350 bu, adj strng axle, CL8 beacon lt, bin sensor deck ext 145” tread, HID lt, hella, elec adj, 28Lx26 R1, adj, FS 900/60R32 R1W, Mav chpr .................................................................... $299,000 3 - MF 9795 ‘09, heavy duty axle, 28Lx26 rear, 18.4R42 duals, Y&M, airfoil chaffer, Redekop Mav chpr, HID lights, add. hyd outlet .......................... $279,000 MF 8570 ‘00 ............................................................ $69,900

Hagie STS16 ‘10, 1600 gal, 365 hp, 60’/100’ boom .................................................................. $450,000 Redi-haul 14’ sprayer trailer ........................................$4,995 Spra Coupe 3430 ‘94, 300 gal, foam ....................... $29,900 Spra Coupe 220 ‘84, 70’, foam mkr............................$9,900

TRACTORS Agco DT240A ‘07, 710/70R42 dual 600/70R28 fr duals ................................................................... $159,900 Agco RT140a ‘07, 520/85R42, 380/85R34, deluxe maxx pkg, eng block heater, pivoting fr fenders ... $109,900 Fendt 712V ‘09, CVT, loaded, approx 1001 hrs ...... $149,900 Fendt 412 ‘05, w/460 ldr, 2563 hrs .......................... $89,900 Fendt 926 ‘02, frt 3pt & PTO, 3000 hrs .................. $159,000 MF 8680 ‘10, vario trans, quadlink susp axle, 22 f wts, rear whl wts, frt weight carrier ................... $219,000 MF 7480 ‘08, w/965 ldr, bkt, grapple, block htr, deluxe suspension, airseat, 1304 hrs .................... $109,900 MF 5480 ‘08, w/ldr .................................................. $89,900 NH TM190 ‘05 ......................................................... $69,900

HAY EQUIPMENT Case IH 8465 ‘98, 5x6, auto ................................... .$15,000 Case IH 8730 forage harvester ....................................$7,200 Hesston 956 ‘03, 5x6 ............................................... $24,900 Highline 7000 ‘03, used 2 years, lg rubber ............... $12,900 Highline 7000 ‘01 .......................................................$7,900 MF 2756 ‘07, 5x6 .................................................... $21,900 NH 900 ‘99 forage harvester .................................... $12,900 New Noble 716 hay hdr 16’ for MF 200 or CCIL 722, steel on steel rollers ............................................... $11,900 2- NI 4865 ‘97 hyd or manual drive pu....... .$9,900-$12,900

SWATHERS Case 736, ‘88, 36’ PT, batt reel ...................................$5,900 MF 9435 ‘10, 30’ ................................................... $109,000 MF 9435 ‘09, 30’, hdr angle tilt, hdr ht ind ............ $109,000 MF 9435 ‘08 w/5200 hdr, reg gauge whls no fore/ aft, rear wts, freeform swath roll, new canv, 650 hrs.................................................................. $99,900 MF 9430 ‘10, hdr ht indicator, hdr angle tilt, radio cover plate, radial R1 bar tire adj axle, forked cast . $99,900

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MF 9430 ‘09, hdr ht ind, hdr angle tilt, radio cover plate, radial R1 bar tire, adj axle, forked cast .......... $89,900 MF 220II ’99, 30’ dbl swth, HCC reel, Schumaker knife drive, 1875 hrs.............................................. $50,000 Vers 4400 ‘84, 20’ ......................................................$8,900

STRAIGHT CUT HEADERS HB 3055 Plus ‘07, cross auger, R62 adptr, hi-block, hyd tilt, fore/aft, pu reel and gauge wheels ............ $69,900 HB SP36 ‘00, HCC 5 bat pu reel, Glr adptr, hdr trspt axle, gauge whls, cross auger, crop lifters, std deck 12” offset ............................................................. $34,900 2 - HB SP30 ‘10, Gleaner adapt w/hyd detach trspt, cross auger, cntr mt, UII pu reel, sngl knife dr ........ $59,900 HB SP30 ‘09, sng knife, UII, hdr tilt, cross auger, detach trspt, Case 2388 adptr, fore/aft .................. $54,900 HB SP30 ‘05, UII reel, sngl knife dr, detach trspt, cross auger, Gleaner adapt, low block ............................ $44,900 Case 1010, ‘91, 30’, new pu reel ............................. $10,900 Gleaner 327, ‘91, w/pu reel ........................................$5,900

TILLAGE Bourgault 135 ‘96, load/unload, hydraulic fan.............$8,900 Bourgault 2115, load/unload ......................................$4,500 Bourgault 3195 ‘94, 3rd tank, RTH .......................... $19,900 Bourgault 6350, ‘05, CRA, RTH, dbl sht, rice tires .... $59,900 2 - Bourgault 6550ST ‘10 ...................Starting @ $119,000 Bourgault L6450 ‘05 ..................................................... CALL Bourgault 3310 ‘10, 65’, 10” spacing, 4.8” pneum pkrs ..................................................................... $199,000 Bourgault 3310 ‘10, 40’, 10” spacing, 4.8” pneum pkrs ..................................................................... $149,000 Bourgault 3310, ‘08, 55’, 10” sp, MRB, S/S ........... $149,900 Bourgault 5710 ‘08, 54’, 330 trip, MRB, 2.25” steel, secondary anhy hoses .......................................... $119,900 Bourgault 5710, ‘00, 54’, MRB, 3.5” steel, Raven anhy ...................................................................... $59,900 Flexicoil 5000 ‘95, 57’, 7” sp, 3” stl pkr, sng sht ..... .$34,900 Flexicoil 1610 Plus, load/unload, tow hitch ............... $11,900 Flexicoil Sys 95 ‘84, P30 pkrs .......................................$7,900 Bourgault 6000, 90’, used for 1,000 acres, 7/16 tine, 11Lx15F1 .............................................................. $38,500

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NH CR9060, ’09, 362 SEP HOURS, N21073A ..........$268,000 K NH CR9070, ’07, ROW FINDER, HN2642A.............. $275,000 H NH CR9070, ’07, N21333B......................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH CR9070, ’07 76C HEADER, PN2696A ................$250,000 P NH CR9070, ’07, PN2546A......................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH CR9070, ’08, TW20.8R42 DUAL R1, HN2547A ..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS H NH CR9070, ’08, 76C16W PU HEADER, HN2609A ............................................................ $299,000 H NH CR9070, ’08, W/76C16W PU HEADER, HN2613A ............................................................ $299,000 H NH CR9070, ’08, N20633A.....................................$288,000 K NH CR9070, ’08, INTELLISTEER, 24’ WITH CALMAR, N20634A .............................................................$298,000 K NH CR9070, ’08, ROTOR COVERS, SM CONCAVE, PN2528A .............................................................$275,000 P NH CR9070, ’08, PN2493A......................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH CR9070, ’09, NH CHOPPER, N21067A ..............$292,000 K NH CR9070, ’09, N21071A.....................................$288,000 K NH CR9070, ’09, N20343A.....................................$375,000 K NH CR9070, ’09, N21230A.....................................$375,000 K NH CR960, ’03, HN2638B .......................CALL FOR DETAILS H NH CR960, ’03 AIR/STD, NH CHOPPER, N20638D .............................................................$147,000 K NH CR970, ’03, 21’ UNLOAD AUGER, HN2390A ..... $149,900 H NH CR970, ’03, N21499B........................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH CR970, ’03, PN2473C........................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH CR970, ’04, C/W 900/60R32 SINGLS, HN2639B ............................................................ $157,950 H NH CR970, ’05, PN2494B........................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH CR970, ’06, PN2637B........................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH CX860, ’05 76C HEADER, PN2662B ..................$183,000 P NH TR95, ’83, PN2211D ...........................................$19,600 P NH TR96, ’93 NH CHOPPER, HN2339B .....................$31,990 H NH TR98, ’98, N20624C ..........................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH TX66, ’97, HN2600A ...........................................$49,950 H CASE 1688, ’94, PN2352B ......................CALL FOR DETAILS P CASE 2388, ’01, REDEKOP CHOPPER, HN2459B ............................................................ $131,790 H JD 6620, ’85, HN2133C ..........................CALL FOR DETAILS H CASE 8120, ’09, PN2686A ......................CALL FOR DETAILS P


NH 166, N21383A ...................................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH HW320, ’02, N21389A........................................$52,000 K NH HW325, W21516A .............................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH HW325, ’05, PU REEL/36’ HEADER, HN2771A .....$88,000 H NH HW325, ’05, 25’ HEADER, PN2573B ..................$83,000 P NH HW325, ’05, 30’ HEADER, PW2706A ..................$71,500 P NH HW325, ’07, W21182A ......................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH HW325, ’07, HB30 HEADER, N20281A ................$86,000 K NH H8060, ’08, 36’ HEADER, PN2477A ..................$130,000 P NH H8060, ’08, PN2478A........................CALL FOR DETAILS P MACDON M150, ’09, PW2698A ...............CALL FOR DETAILS P MACDON M150, ’09, PW2697A, 35’ HEADER ................................................CALL FOR DETAILS P MACDON M150, ‘09, PW2699A, POLY SKID ............$147,000 P CASE WDX1202, ’05, 36’ PU REEL, HN2322A ...........$97,500 H

CASE WDX1202, ’05, 36’ PU REEL, HN2606A ...........$89,000 H JD 4895, ’06, 30’ HEADER, W21528A ......................$81,000 K WHITE 4950, ’00, 30’ MD HEADER, W21183A ..........$77,000 K WHITE 6400, ’84, 25’ MD PU REEL, PN2398B ........$17,000 P WW 7000, ’86, HS2556A ........................CALL FOR DETAILS H HESS 8100, ’95, HW2437C .....................CALL FOR DETAILS H MF 885, ’84, 25’ HEADER, W21155C..........................$7,500 K MF 9420, ’04, 30’ HEADER, PW2707A .....................$71,500 P MF 9430, ’07, 30’ HEADER, W21190A......................$85,000 K MF 9430, ’08, W21196A .........................CALL FOR DETAILS K


MD D50, ’08, HW2465A ..........................CALL FOR DETAILS H HB SP30, ’97, W21143B .........................CALL FOR DETAILS K HB SP30, ’04 CROSS AUGER, W21145A ...................$38,500 K HB SP36, PW2692A ................................CALL FOR DETAILS P HB SP36, PW2693A ................................CALL FOR DETAILS P HB S936, ’04 TRANSPORT PACK, W21329A..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K HB SP36, ’05 DUAL REEL, H21468A .........................$39,500 H HB SP36, ’05 DUAL REEL, DUAL DRIVE, H21469A ....$39,500 H HB SP36, ’06 HDR HEIGHT CTRL, W21144A .............$48,500 K HB SP36, ’07, PH2705B ..........................CALL FOR DETAILS P HB SP39, ’04 DUAL REEL DRIVE, N21032B ..............$42,000 K HB SP39, ’04, W21514A .........................CALL FOR DETAILS K HB SP40, ’08, PH2710A ..........................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH 76C, ’08, N20634B............................CALL FOR DETAILS K NH 76C, ’09, HN2639C ............................................$24,000 H NH 76C, ’10 SWATHMASTER PU, HN2875A ..............$21,950 H JD 930D, ’08, PW2771A .........................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH 94C, ’04, DUAL DRIVE, W21504A ........................$48,500 K


CASE 1390, ‘81, HN2874B ......................CALL FOR DETAILS H DEUTZ DX160, ‘82, 18.4X38 D, 2 HYDS., HC2494 ....$11,500 H FORD 1510, ‘85, HN2211A .........................................$8,500 H JD,455,’94,60” MOWER, ROTARY BROOM, 50” SNOW BLOWER, N21587A ..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K JD 2130, ‘76, HN2874A ..........................CALL FOR DETAILS H MF 2775, ‘81, 3 HYDS., 1000 PTO, N20983A ...........$15,000 K MASSEY 6270, ‘01, W/LOADER, BUCKET, GRAPPLE AND JOY STICK, N21563A ....................................................$51,000 K NH TM190, DUALS, 4 HYD OUTLETS, GRAPPLE LDR QUICK 790, MIDMOUNT, JOY STICK, DLX AIR SEAT W/HEAT, PN2630A ..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS P NH TV145, ‘04, PN 2744A ......................................$104,000 P NH TV145, ‘06, 82LB LDR W/BUCK, GRP, 3 HYDS, N20995A ...............................................................$88,000 K NH TV6070, PN2747A ............................................$115,000 P NH T9050, ‘09, PS, AUTO PILOT/AUTOSTEER, N21474A .............................................................$239,500 K NH 9060, ‘08, LUX CAB, DIFF LOCK, N21548A ..............................................CALL FOR DETAILS K VERS. 276, ‘85, $12,000 REPAIRS DONE, HN2395A ...............................................................$36,975 H VERS 1150, REBUILT ENG & TRANS, 800 TIRES, 450 HP, 8 SPD, ATOM JET PUMP, C21627.......................................$75,000 K



2007 MF 8200 FLEX header, very little use, excellent condition. Phone Lee at 306-962-3992, Eston, SK. 25’ HONEYBEE, UII reel, 1 yr. on teeth, knife and canvases. Extra knife, pea auger, factory trans., field ready, exc. cond. Pics avail. Gregoire Seed Farms, 306-441-7851 or 306-445-5516, North Battleford, SK. CIH 1010, 25’, 2008 header, PU reel, new never used, $23,000; Also trailer available. Wayne 780-385-0300, Killam, AB. FD70 30’ MACDON draper flex header, 2010 model, done 1000 acres, $70,000 OBO. 780-878-4655, Ferintosh, AB. 1010 CIH 30’ header, HC PU reel, full length retractable finger auger. $8000. 403-548-9631, Richmound, SK.

2 0 0 8 N H 8 8 C , 3 0 ’ f l e x , fore/aft. $45,000. 306-535-2992, Gray, SK. JD 635D header, $54,000; 2- JD 930D headers, $43,500 each. Like new, always shedded. 204-851-0745, Elkhorn, MB. 1999 JD 930 30’ flex header, $10,500 OBO; 2001 Case 1020 30’ flex header, $12,500 OBO. 306-252-2227, Kenaston, SK.

25’ HONEYBEE HEADER w/JD adapter, factory transport, UII PU reel, field ready. 306-423-5595, Domremy, SK. NEW UII PICKUP REELS 25’ $6830, 30’ $7850 and 36’ $8900. Trades Accepted 1-800-667-4515. 2009 HONEYBEE 36’, pea auger, PU reel, fore/aft, built in transport, new poly and knife, AWS air reel w/combine mount fan, auto. reel spd. kit, auto header and contour master sensor, 60 Series JD hook-up, l i ke n ew. $ 5 6 , 0 0 0 O B O. C a l l S h aw n 306-472-7704, Lafleche, SK. 1995 30’ MACDON 960, PU reel fore and aft, good knives and guards, shedded, only used on cereals, very good shape, fits 14-23 series CIH, $12,000. 306-460-8167, Kindersley, SK. WANTED: 925 STRAIGHT cut header with pickup reels. 306-548-2969, Sturgis, SK. MACDON 960 35’ header, PU reel, new canvases w/JD adapter and pea auger, $12,500; 2- JD 930-R headers w/single point hook-up (optional), fore/aft, heavy skid plate w/carriers, field ready, $9000 each. Ph. 306-831-8004 or 306-831-7331, Harris, SK. 36’ HONEYBEE, good condition, $20,000 OBO. 306-463-3155, Eatonia, SK.

2009 D60S MacDon 40’ draper header (CIH/NH adapter) w/cross auger, hyd. fore/aft, hyd. table angle, PU fingers, poly skids, slow spd. transport kit, less than 2000 acres. 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK. JD 222, 22’ header with batt reels, good condition, working. Asking $4000. Call 780-853-3934, Mannville, AB.

1999 MACDON 871 ADAPTER Good canvas. For MacDon 962/972, fits JD STS w/single pt. hook-up. $4900. 1-800-667-4515. 1997 JD 925F hyd. reel fore-aft, new HCC pick-up reel, new knife and guards. $12,800. Trades welcome, financing ava i l a b l e . w w w. c o m b i n ew o r l d . c o m 1-800-667-4515. 2001 HONEYBEE 36’ draper header, PU reel, pea auger, gauge wheels, single point, poly. 306-266-4362, Glentworth, SK 2005 NH 94C, 30’ HoneyBee, CR/CX/AFX adaptors, swath option, low acres, $35,000 OBO. Ph. 306-563-8482 or 306-782-2586, Rama, SK. 2002 SP30 HoneyBee w/2388 adapter, Hart Carter PU reel, pea auger, vg cond., shedded, $25,000. Phone 306-834-2934, Kerrobert, SK. EXCELLENT RECONDITIONED RIGID JD 922 header, Hart Carter PU reel, halogen light pkg., new crop lifters, field ready. $14,900. Ph. 780-853-6157, Vermilion, AB. 2004 SP 42’ Honey Bee draper header, split reel, pea auger, factory transport, low acres, works great, fits on a 60/70 series JD combine. 306-398-7755 or 306-398-7788. Rockhaven, SK. CASE/IH, 2009, 2020 35’ flex auger header, double knife drive, PU reel, SS floor, $27,500. 306-662-3388, Maple Creek, SK. 2001 JD 930 flex header, fore/aft, full finger auger, PU reels, dual PTO, transport, field ready. 306-628-3976, Leader, SK.

NH 94C, 2004, 42’, cross auger, factory carrier, NH/CIH adapter; NH 72C, 2002, 30’, like new w/wo pan. 204-825-8205 or 204-744-2838, Sommerset, MB 2001 AND 2004 30’ Honeybee headers, PU reel, pea auger, transport, gleaner adaptor, reconditioned, $35,000 and $40,000. Joe Frank, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK. 306-432-4530.

2001 JD 914 PU header, 7 belt PU, 50 series hookups, good belts, $12,000; 2001 JD 930F, full finger auger, hyd. fore/aft, poly finger PU reel, 1/2” poly skids, stubble lights, Contour Master HHC, 50 series hookups, $16,000; JD tilt kit and trailer also available; 2001 JD 936D poly PU reel, fore/aft, auto reel spd., factory transport, $28,000. 306-927-2080, North Portal, SK. ONE 205 HONEYBEE header, 36’, UII, pea auger, gauge wheels, Cat adaptor, good cond. 306-267-4815, Big Beaver, SK. 2010 30’ CASE/IH header, year 2010, batt reel, possibly PU reel available. Arcola, SK. Phone 306-455-2224 or 306-577-7970. 30’ 1020 CASE/IH, nice shape, $9000. Phone 306-644-4742 Loreburn, SK.

2004 JD 930D and 2006 JD 930D Draper headers for sale. Both in very good cond., $35,000 each. 204-773-6655, Birtle, MB. 1999 JD 930 flex head in nice condition, new knife, poly skids, fore/aft, compare at $10,250, 6 available. Reasonable delivery can be arranged. 204-268-4792, Beausejour, MB.

TWO SETS of large wire concaves to fit Case/IH 2388, etc.; Also filler bars. 204-825-2012, Pilot Mound, MB.

2009 HONEYBEE 45’ flex header to fit MF 9895, PU reel, hyd. fore and aft., double knife drive, auto header height sensor, factory transport. $49,500. 306-231-7318, Muenster, SK. TWO JD 930 headers, one with pickup reel, one with batt reel, $9000/ea OBO. 403-634-1373, Enchant, AB. 2008 HONEYBEE 36’ header, UII PU reel, fore/ aft, end gauge wheels, double knife drive, JD single point adapter, loaded. 306-264-3615, Kincaid, SK. GOOD JD 212 header off JD 9600 combine, $5900 OBO. 306-433-4606, Creelman, SK. 3 2008 JD 635F flex headers, poly skid, poly dividers, PU reel and fore and aft. 306-426-7616, Snowden, SK. 2009 HONEY BEE SP 36 header, UII, PU reel, fore and aft, pea auger, double knife drive, poly skids, idler wheels, new hyd. pump and knife motors, auto height sensors, JD 70 series adaptor. 306-426-7616, Snowden, SK.

BRAND NEW ETN 25502 15A F050912JC pump, adapter AGCO part #700718487 for 36’ draper header, $800. 306-634-9231, Estevan, SK.

630 JD HYDRAFLEX, 30’, w/PU reel, fore a n d a f t , ve r y c l e a n . 3 0 6 - 4 5 5 - 2 2 2 4 , 306-577-7970, Arcola, SK. 2009 JD635F WITH PU reel, fore/aft, spare knife, header height sensing in rigid, exc. cond., $36,000; 2008 JD936D w/PU reel, fore/aft, spare knife, factory transport, exc. cond., $39,000, w/4 sensor Headsight $41,000; Both units low acres, always shedded; JD 853A, 8 row all crop head, $6000 OBO. 204-791-0011, St FranRECONDITIONED rigid and flex, most cois Xavier, MB. makes and sizes; Also header transports. 2006 HONEYBEE 30’ header, PU reel, pea Ed Lorenz, 306-344-4811, Paradise Hill, auger, gauge wheels, transport, JD adaptSK, er, always shedded, premium, $27,500. 306-784-3491, 306-784-7500, Herbert SK EASY HARVEST SYSTEMS LTD 2009 630D Draper Header $57,500, 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. * used combine headers - all makes - all sizes JD 930F, 1997, Dial-A-Height, flexi fingers, pickup reel, stubble lights, very good * new EHR PU reels cond., $14,500. 306-432-2114, Dysart, SK. * used Draper Headers * PU reel updates: to rebuild Hart Carter reels * PU reel fingers for most PU reels.

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HEADERS! 2009 CASE/IH 2020, 30’ flex head, full finger drum, single pt. hook-up, fore/aft, $26,900; 2009 JD 630 flex head, full finger drum, single pt. hook-up, fore/ aft, $29,500; 2008 JD 630 flex head, full finger drum, single pt. hook up, fore/aft, $28,500; 2006 JD 635 flex head, full finger drum, single pt. hook up, fore/aft, $24,500 2002 JD 925-F flex head, full finger drum, fore/aft, $13,900; 2003 JD 930-F flex head, full finger drum, fore/aft, $14,500. TRANSPORTS ALSO AVAILABLE! D & D Ag Sales 204-324-4122, Altona, MB. 2010 JD 635F, header height sensing, AWS air reel, loaded. Call 306-264-3615, Kincaid, SK. 930 JD rigid straight cut header w/transport, $9,800; 960 MacDon 30’ w/mover, $12,200. 780-581-0564, Vermilion, AB. FD70 2011 45’ MacDon draper flex header, JD adaptor, brand new. 306-738-4511, Riceton, SK. 2015 CASE/IH pick-up table, new belts and teeth, stored inside, $15,000 OBO. Phone 306-644-4742, Loreburn, SK.

1998 JD 930 FLEX HEADER, fore/aft, good poly, exc. cond. Asking $17,500. Imperial SK. 306-963-2047, 306-963-7740. 2003 MACDON 972, 30’, double knife, fore/aft, JD adapter, vg, $33,000 OBO. 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586, Rama, SK. 2004 930D, PU reel, $33,000. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. CASE 30’ 1010 header, PU reel, new 2001 SHELBOURNE CVS32 stripper knife, shedded, nice cond., $14,900. Phone header, JD adapter for 60/50/10/00 se- 780-386-3979, Lougheed, AB. ries machines, excellent shape, $29,500. JOHN DEERE 853 and John Deere 853A 306-648-8337, Gravelbourg, SK. All Crop headers. $4800 each. Phone NEW HOLLAND 960 22’ w/22’ Sund PU for 204-522-0116, Waskada, MB. peas. Lots of extra parts. Great condition. MASSEY FERGUSON 9324 flex header, 24’, Ed Cavers, Pilot Mound, MB. Phone 2 fan air reel, excellent condition. Phone 204-825-2456 or 204-825-8097. 306-378-4054, Elrose, SK. 2004 JD 936D, 36’, hyd. fore/aft, pea au- AGCO 36’ DRAPER HEADER fits 8680 ger, vg cond., asking $37,000. Waldron, MF/C62 Gleaner combine, $9000 OBO. SK, 306-728-6766, 306-728-5366. 306-634-9231, Estevan, SK. 1999 CASE/IH 1020, 30’ flex header, 914 JD PICKUP HEADER, good working fore/aft, PU reel, asking $12,000. 2004 c o n d i t i o n . M o o s e J a w, S K . P h o n e HoneyBee 30’ header, Case/IH adapter, 306-681-8002. pea auger, fore/aft, $32,000. Phone TWO 1020 CASE/IH 30’ flex headers, plas306-478-2455, Mankota, SK. tic fingers, one with field tracker. Can be JD 936D, hyd. fore and aft, PU reel, plastic sold with trailers. 306-896-2236, Churchfingers, full poly skid plates, factory trans- bridge, SK. port, shedded, cut less than 1200 acres. $42,500. 204-385-2675, Gladstone, MB. 2010 CASE 2020 FLEX HEADER 35’ and adapter kit for 2388. Phone 306-567-8081, JD 630 30’ Hydra Flex, single point or Davidson, SK. multi point hookup, fore/aft hyd. adj., poly PU reel, stone dam, excellent condition, 36’ HONEY BEE, U2 split reel, 8010 adaptshedded. Header trailer available. Domain, er. Great shape. $36,000. Westlock, AB. 780-305-3547. MB. 204-736-2849 or cell 204-746-5735.

ADAPTERS FOR HONEYBEE AND MACDON In stock to fit NH, CIH, JD and Versatile bi-directional tractors. $1400-$4900. Tr a d e s w e l c o m e . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 .

MACDON 871 COMBINE adaptor, from CIH 2388. Updated w/retracting tine drum and new deck, 500 acres ago, $6000 OBO. Call 403-362-7505, Duchess, AB. AXCELLER KITS, speciality rotors, Makeeff, and feeder reverser kits for Case/IH combines. Call 306-843-2934, Wilkie, SK.

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KIRBY SPREADER, fits CIH combine, $2000 OBO. 306-463-3155, Eatonia, SK. 1986 TITAN II 7720 COMBINE ENGINE, Ser. No. H07720-X618055, hydrostatic, bottom end done, dsl. turbo charged hydrostatic brake, 165 HP, 466 cu. in. $3000. 306-267-4549 Coronach, SK.

COMPLETE SHANK ASSEMBLIES, Morris 7 Series Magnum; JD 1610, $135 ea.; JD 1610/610 (black) $180. 306-259-4923 306-946-7923, Young, SK.


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CRARY BIG TOP hopper toppers available for JD, CIH, NH, and GL combines, $1795. 1998 30’ HONEYBEE draper header, fits 1-800-667-4515. CIH 1480-2588, PU reel, w/transport, new centre canvas and poly skid, $19,500. 306-858-2636, Lucky Lake, SK. ALLISON TRANSMISSIONS Service, AGCO 400 25’ header, PU reel, good Sales and Parts. Exchange or custom reshape, $5000; New Swathmaster, 9 belt, builds available. Competitive warranty. 16’ PU, $12,000. 780-806-3075, Irma, AB. Spectrum Industrial Automatics Ltd., Red 2003 CASE/IH 1052, 36’, same as MacDon Deer, AB. 1-877-321-7732. 973, immaculate, $33,000 OBO. Saska- STEIGER TRACTOR PARTS for sale. Very toon, SK, 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586. affordable new and used parts available, 2004 JD 930 FLEX HEADER, PU reel, made in Canada and USA. 1-800-982-1769 poly skids, fore/aft, poly dividers, 70 Series drive/60 Series adapters, nice! Asking $18,500. 306-435-3512, Moosomin, SK 2004 JD 635F, HydraFlex, single point, air a n d p i c k u p r e e l , p o l y. P h o n e 306-266-4362, Glentworth, SK 1020 CASE/IH 22-1/2’ flex header, has done 450 acres, $17,500. 780-777-5364, Leduc, AB. 2003 HONEYBEE ADAPTER for JD combine, c/w pump, shafts, drum, centre draper, single point hookup, $2800. 306-776-2496, Wilcox, SK. NEW TRACTOR PARTS and engine rebuild kits. Combine parts, baler belts, tractor seats, and much more. Tractor serWANTED: 6-BELT Renn PU for White 8920 vice manuals. Our 37th year. Great combine w/hyd. drive and in good cond. competitive quotes. Call 1-800-481-1353 W o u l d c o n s i d e r W e s t w a r d o r ? 306-338-2927, Wadena, SK. COMPLETE DUAL KITS IH 1680-2588, 12’ RAKE-UP PICKUP, excellent condition, new tires, 20.8x38, $13,900; JD STS, new $ 3 5 0 0 O B O . 3 0 6 - 6 4 8 - 3 4 6 5 o r tires, 20.8x42, $14,900; JD 9400-9610/ 306-648-8334, Gravelbourg, SK. CTS/CTS II, new tires, 18.4x38 or 20.8x38 1997 JD 914, 7-belt, 50 series drives, low $9800-$10,600; JD 6620/7720/8820 used acres, $9900 OBO. 306-563-8482 or tires 18.4Rx42, $6500. Trades welcome! 1-800-667-4515. 306-782-2586, Rama, SK. JD 914 HEADER and PU nice belts, overall good condition. $11,900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515.

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TRIPLE B WRECKING, wrecking tractors, combines, cults., drills, swathers, mixmills. etc. We buy equipment. 306-246-4260, 306-441-0655, Richard, SK. SALVAGE TRACTOR ARRIVALS. Ford 8340, TW35, 7710, 5000, 4000, 3000, 1720, 8N, County, Super Major. International 784, 574, 844, 885, 5488, 8940, B275. MF 8120, 3165, 65, 35. Volvo 650. David Brown 1690, 1394, 1210, 885. Nuffield. Unity, SK, 306-228-3011. COMB-TRAC SALVAGE. We sell new and used parts for most makes of tractors, combines, balers, mixmills and swathers. w w w. c o m b - t r a c s a l v a g e . c o m 306-997-2209, 1-877-318-2221, Borden, SK. We buy machinery. USED COMBINE PARTS off MF 860’s; also wrecking IH 1480 and 1482’s, etc. Call J.M. Salvage 204-773-2536, Russell, MB. WRECKING CASE 2090 and 2290 and for parts, 2290 motor seized. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255.

SALVAGE TRACTOR ARRIVALS. Massey Ferguson 165, 65, 35, TO20, 3165, 8120. Ford 3000, 4000, 5000, 800, 8N, TW25, TW30, 8430, 7710. International B275, NEED PARTS? 574, 844, 885, 5288, 8950. David Browns, CALL NODGE FIRST Volvo, Nuffield, County, Bobcat. Unity, SK. 306-228-3011, 1-800-667-7421 G.S. TRACTOR SALVAGE, JD tractors only. 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. PERKINS CATERPILLAR, FORD/ Gene- MURPHY SALVAGE: new, used, rebuilt sis engines, complete and parts. One year parts for tractors, combines, swather, tillw a r r a n t y. w w w. c o m b i n e w o r l d . c o m age and misc. machinery. Always buying. 1-800-667-4515. Website: Phone 1-877-858-2728, Deleau, MB.


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Huge Inventory Of Used, New & Rebuilt Combine & Tractor Parts. Tested And Ready To Ship. We Purchase Late Model Equipment For Parts. SMALL AD, BIG SAVINGS, BEST PRICES. Smith’s Tractor Wrecking, Allan, SK. 1-888-676-4847.

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GREENBELT FORAGE DECK, hyd. var. spd. live floor, tilt ramp, shedded, lightly used, vg offers. 403-843-6518, Rimbey, AB 790 NH PT harvester, shedded, field ready and 14’ Jiffy hydump wagon, $6200. 306-427-4422, Shell Lake, SK. THREE 900 NH PT harvesters, $6000 to $9500, field ready; 790 NH PT harvester, field ready. Arch Equipment, Outlook, SK. Phone 306-867-7252. SUPREME 900 Twin mix wagon, $47,900; IHC 8750 forage harvester, $13,900. Pro Ag Sales, 306-441-2030 anytime, North Battleford, SK. 2005 TUBE-LINE BALE WRAPPER, X2 TL5500 auto., GX390 13HP, battery start Honda eng., remote wrap, start/stop and steer, 7-pin trailer lights, extra work lights, $18,000 OBO. 306-342-4569, Spiritwood SK. area. Leave a message. NH 790 FORAGE HARVESTER, $3500; Jiffy 600 wagon, $1500. Both field ready. Cutter has new shear bar and new knives. You will look a long time to find a NH 790 in this condition. 780-878-4159 anytime, 780-877-2154 eves., Camrose, AB area FORAGE HARVESTERS: JD Model 7400, 6850, 6710; Claas 860; Hay and corn h e a d e r s ava i l a b l e fo r a l l u n i t s . 204-522-6333, Melita, MB. NH 892 FORAGE Harvester, good cond., stored inside, $2500; 12’ Jiffy hi-dump wagon, $1000 OBO; Schuler 175 silage feeding wagon, $500. 403-279-4767, Calgary, AB. NH FP240 forage harvester; Jiffy 700 hydump. Both excellent. Jim 403-577-2197 or 403-575-0093, Consort, AB. 1996 CLAAS forage harvester, well maintained, lots of new parts, new cutter drum, knives and shear bar, 9200 hrs. 1996 Mack tandem, 350 Mack eng., 24’ silage and grain box, 10 spd. trans, great truck. Wo u l d m a ke g r e at s i l a g e o u t fi t . 306-296-4530, 306-296-4706, Frontier, SK BRAND NEW never used 2011 FR9050 fora g e h a r ve s t e r. C a l l 7 8 0 - 7 5 3 - 0 3 5 3 , 780-753-1283, Kirriemuir, AB.

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w w w .rob in e q uip m e n rob in fe @ te lus p la n e t.n e t FORAGE HARVESTERS w/pickups: 2002 FP230, $20,000 or 2002 FX58, $110,000. Above average condition. Also Richardton 14’ hydump wagon, $4000. 306-272-3858, Foam Lake, SK. JD 6610 FORAGE HARVESTER, farmer owned, low hrs., only 1320 cutter head, 1750 engine, stored inside, 30.5x32 drive tires, long arch spout, $79,500. 403-734-2281, Gleichen, AB. HESSTON 7170 silage cutter, new knives, shedded, c/w 7-ton Jiffy hydump. Both pieces in good cond., field ready. $12,000. Phone 403-572-3700, Drumheller, AB. 2004 JD 7500 forage harvester, no PU reel, 1910 hrs, w/wo 30’ straight cut header. $165,000. 403-684-3540, Brandt, AB. RICHARDTON HIDUMPS, 12-14’, #700, #770 high lift; JD 3970 Harvester, $7900; Dion 16’ forage wagon, tandem, $3500. 1-866-938-8537 LUCKNOW 350 SILAGE wagon; 2001 NH SP230 forage harvester. Both exc. cond. 306-397-2601, 306-441-5177, Edam, SK. GEHL 1075 SILAGE cutter, 2000 model, metal stop, Auto-N Ay, nice shape, done very little, $7,900 OBO. Phone Bob 403-934-4081, Mossleigh, AB. 892 NEW HOLLAND forage harvester, field ready, $4000 OBO. Phone 306-335-2771, Lemberg, SK.


Buying Farm Equipment For Dismantling. DEUTZ TRACTOR SALVAGE: Used parts for Deutz and Agco. Uncle Abes Tractor, 519-338-5769, fax 338-3963, Harriston ON AGRA PARTS PLUS, parting older tractors, tillage, seeding, haying, along w/other Ag equipment. 3 miles NW of Battleford, SK. off #16 Hwy. Ph: 306-445-6769. L O S T C I T Y S A LVAG E , parts cheap, please phone ahead. 306-259-4923, 306-946-7923, Young, SK.

2004 BRANDT QF 2500 sprayer, 100’ booms, chem handler, autorate control, wind cones, 1250 gal. tank, high pressure pump, $14,500. Call Scott at Margo, SK, 306-324-4208 or 306-338-7944. BOURGAULT CENTURION III w/curtains, $6900; Bourgault Centurion III 100’, new tank 2010, $6800. Call Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 1997 BOURGAULT 1850 100’ windscreens, 1933 US gallon tank, large floatation tires. 306-563-8458, Canora, SK. FLEXI-COIL 67XL, 1250 gal. tank, 130’ boom width, wind curtains, rinse tank, triple nozzle body, chem. handler, autorate controller, foam marker, $12,500. Phone 306-272-8025, Foam Lake, SK. 1994 JETSTREAM SPRAYER, 60’, yellow tank, twin line, foam markers, half round fenders, air induction nozzles, shedded, $3950. 306-594-2708, Hyas, SK. BOURGAULT CENTURION III w/curtains, $6900; Bourgault Centurion III 100’, new tank 2010, $6800. Call Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. VOGELS WICK WEEDER, 40’, good cond., shedded. Email:, Swan River, MB. Ph. 204-734-8410. 2004 SF115, 130’, 1200 gal. tank, windscreens, rinse tank, chem handler, dual disc markers, wash wand, dual nozzle bodies, exc. cond. $22,000. 403-634-1373, Enchant, AB. 850 CENTURION III Bourgault PT 83’ sprayer, has many new parts, A-1 shape. 306-861-5209, 306-861-1896, Griffin, SK.

1994 BRANDT QF1000 100’, quick fold, hyd. pump, wind cones, chem handler, dual nozzles, foam marker, new tires. $7,000. 306-567-8606, Hanley, SK. VERSATILE 835 4 WD and 1850 Bourgault 100’ sprayer combo, 1600 gal. tank w/disk and foam marker, wind curtains, dual nozzle and more. Sells as unit. First $28,000. Email for more info or 306-753-3330 Macklin SK.

2000 WILMAR 8100 sprayer, 90’ boom, Ag Shield with GFS, height control, AutoSteer with mapping, chem injection, 2 sets of tires, crop dividers; 1999 Trailtech Semi sprayer trailer, 3000 gal., SS water tank, drive along. 306-231-9937 Lake Lenore SK

2009 AG CHEM Rogator 884, only 61 hrs., AutoSteer, boom height, hyd. track adj. foam markers, 800 gal SS tank, Viper Pro controller, Raven GPS, 100’ boom, 380/90 R46 Good Year tires, loaded machine. Like new cond. Can deliver. Cypress River, MB Ph. 204-743-2324. 2006 WILLMAR EAGLE 8500, 90’, 2400 hrs., Outback GPS, mapping, etc., extra tires, crop dividers, other options. 306-961-6170, Prince Albert, SK. FARM CHEMICAL/ SEED COMPLAINTS We also specialize in: Crop insurance appeals; Chemical drift; Residual herbicide; Custom operator issues; Equipment malfunction. Qualified Agrologist on staff. Call Back-Track Investigations for assistance regarding compensation, 1-866-882-4779.

2003 ROGATOR 1064, 2088 hrs., loaded, 1000 gal. SS tank, AutoSteer, AutoBoom $121,000. 204-632-5334, Winnipeg, MB.


1999 JD 4700 high clearance sprayer, 2 sets of tires, Outback-S3 mapping, AutoSteer, AutoBoom, 3-way nozzles, 3100 hrs., $95,000. Call Dave 306-354-7369 or Mike 306-354-7822, Mossbank, SK. 2009 APACHE AS-1010 high clearance sprayer, 630 hrs., 100’ boom, 1000 gal. tank, 5-way nozzle body, Raven AutoRate, AutoBoom, EZ Steer 500 AutoSteer, mint cond., $175,000. Phone 306-642-3079 or 306-640-7695, Assiniboia, SK. 1996 ROGATOR 854 90’, 800 gal., 2 sets of tires, Trimble AutoSteer, 4300 hrs., motor done at 3500, $62,500. 306-922-8155, Prince Albert, SK. 80’ SUMMERS truck sprayer, 500 US gal., on 1993 F250 4x4, Outback GPS, will split, $6500 OBO. 306-254-4401, Dalmeny, SK. NEW AND USED SPRAYER TRAILERS by Trailtech, starting at $13,495. Call Wendell, Flaman Sales, 1-888-235-2626, Southey, SK. SET OF 4 radial tires, 14.9x46 w/rims, 60-70%, good condition. Will fit 854 Rogator high clearance sprayer or other similar sprayers. 306-749-2224, Birch Hills, SK. MF 885, 21’ double swath, gas engine, heater, AC, UII and batt reels, good condition, $6500. Located in Biggar, SK. 403-540-0427, Calgary, AB. 2 0 0 4 M E L RO E 4 6 4 0 , o n ly 9 2 0 h r s . , $69,900. Hergott Farm Equip, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. 1995 854 ROGATOR, 80’, 800 gal., foam markers, 3 tire sets, 3800 hrs, good shape, $62,000 OBO. 306-537-0950, Pelly, SK.

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SPRAY TRAILER SPRA-COUPE 7650, field ready. Call josh at 780-336-6510, Holden Colony, Holden, AB. IF YOU OWN or lease a 2010 1184 Rogator high clearance sprayer please call B a c k - Tr a c k I nve s t i gat i o n s t o l l f r e e 1-866-882-4779. We accept calls 8:30 AM to 10:00 PM, 7 days a week. 216 SPRA-COUPE, 52’, 1166 hrs, Volkswagen engine, Raven autorate, new product pump and front tires, AC and heater, $8000. 306-861-9610, Yellow Grass, SK. 2006 APACHE 710, 830 hrs, 90’ boom, 5 way nozzles, AutoSteer, AutoBoom, auto sectional control, float tires and regular, exc. cond. $117,000 OBO. 306-732-4425 or 306-436-7515, Milestone, SK.

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2005 NH SF115, 100’ wheel booms, wind screens, heavy axle, 3-way nozzles. Call Oscar or Lee at 306-324-4315, Margo, SK. FLEXI-COIL 65XLT 125’, 1200 gal. dual tank, dual boom, hyd. pump, flotation tires. $11,000. 306-272-7162, Foam Lake SK. BOURGAULT 1450 120’ sprayer, 2nd owner, stored in shed for last 10 yrs., Bourgault wind curtains, hyd. drive pump (new). $12,500. 306-873-7822, Tisdale, SK 2001 APACHE 890 Plus, 200 HP Cummins BOURGAULT 1450, 800 gal. tank, 110’ eng., 6 spd. auto Funk trans., 1018 hrs., booms, rate controller, wind screens, foam 100’ boom, Trimble 500 AutoSteer, Raven autorate, JD cab, foam marker, 850 gal. marker. 306-554-3727, Wynyard, SK. tank, 4 Tridekon crop dividers, 2 sets of FLEXI-COIL 62 sprayer, 95’, 800 gal. rear tires, $105,000 OBO. 403-934-4243, tank, 5 and 10 gal. bubble jet nozzles, PTO 403-934-4244, Strathmore, AB. pump, great cond., asking $2700. Swift 2008 MILLER R75, 1200 gal., 275 HP, Current, SK, 306-741-8068, 306-773-1665. $179,000; 2004 MELROE 4640, only 920 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 62, 108’, 800 gal., hrs., $66,500; CIH Patriot 3320, coming; hyd. pump, disc markers, $2700. Gravel- CIH Patriot 3185, coming. Hergott Farm bourg, SK. 306-648-3540, 306-648-7721. Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. LOOKING FOR a sprayer, trailer, or sprayer tires? Call me first. 30 years experience. 403-650-7967, Calgary, AB.

PRICE REDUCED! 2003 NH FX 60, 2768 cutter head hrs., 3535 eng. hrs., 12’ grass header, spout cam, auto greaser. New cutter head, blower cone, blower gearbox, engine turbo, rebuilt header all in last 50 hrs. Re-bearing feed rolls in last 150 hrs. Owner operated since new. Lots of spare parts. Reduced to $85,000. Willing to trade for trackhoe, semi-truck or trailer. Phone 780-728-9111, Carrot Creek, AB.

NH SF110 90’, 2 nozzles, 1000 gallon tank, chem handler, suspended boom, rinse tank, wash wand, $24,000 OBO. 780-915-9019, Edmonton, AB. WRECKING: CASE 2394 tractor; 4 VersaMUST SELL! 100’ Fab-tech 1200 gal. split tile 400 swathers; 7721 JD combine. tank, dual boom, PTO and hyd. pump, Phone 306-255-7614, Colonsay, SK. $3000. 306-793-2897 Stockholm, SK eves 2003 BRANDT SUSPENDED boom, 90’, 1300 gal., autorate, $25,900. Cam-Don SEXSMITH USED Motors, Perdue, SK. Phone 306-237-4212. FARM PARTS LTD. BRANDT SB 4000 100’, Raven controller, Sexsmith, Alta. chemical injector, boom AutoHeight, 3” fill, 3-ways, fence row nozzles, tank rinse Email: 892 NH PT silage cutter, excellent, al- kit, $27,500. 306-861-9481, Weyburn, SK. ways shedded, not used last few years. YOUR ONE STOP FOR NEW, 780-446-5348, 780-985-2183, Calmar, AB. 2006 67XL FLEXI-COIL 90’, 1250 gallon USED & REBUILT AG PARTS. ank, suspended boom. Call WALLASKI CUSTOM PAC Bagger 10’ with t306-573-4602, Birsay, SK. diesel engine, 8 silage bags, 2001 JF 1350 Dismantling all major makes & chopper, $40,000 OBO. 306-662-7774, 2003 FLEXI-COIL 67XL susp. boom, 90’, models of tractors, combines, Maple Creek, SK. 1250 gal. tank, triple nozzle bodies, wind swathers, balers, screens, rinse tank, wand wash, exc. cond. forage harvesters, COMMERCIAL SILAGE, TRUCK BODIES, Call Rod at 306-463-7713, Kindersley, SK. Plus Much More. trailers. Well constructed, heavy duty, tapered w/regular grain gates or hyd. silage FLEXI-COIL 50, 72’, disc markers, $4500 OBO. 306-861-9610, Yellow Grass, SK. gates. CIM, Humboldt, SK, 306-682-2505. SMITH’S TRACTOR WRECKING. Huge inventory new and used tractor parts. 1-888-676-4847.

2005 REDBALL 80’ PT high clearance suspended boom sprayer, 1350 gal. tank, foam markers, 3 nozzle, Raven control, $15,000. 204-955-5562, Rosser, MB. BOURGAULT 540 Eliminator, 74’ booms, wind curtains, 540 gallon tank, new boom tires, new flow meter, in-cab pressure control, $2500 OBO. Joe at 780-842-2368, Wainwright, AB. 2000 BRANDT QUICK-FOLD, 1200 gallon, 80’ boom, $10,000. Phone 306-542-3010, Veregin, SK.

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NEW 710/70R38 rims and tires for JD 4710, 4720, and 4730. 306-697-2856, Grenfell, SK. SET OF 4- 320/90/46 tires and rims for Case Sprayer. $9000. 306-398-8000, Cut Knife, SK. 4 DEKONING C R O P D I V I D E R S with m o u n t s f o r C a s e s p r a y e r, $ 4 5 0 0 . 306-548-4357, Sturgis, SK. TRIDEKON CROP SAVER, crop dividers. Reduce trampling losses by 80 to 90%. Call Great West Agro, 306-398-8000, Cut Knife, SK. 2008 FELLING 40,000 lb. sprayer trailer, pintle hitch, excellent condition, $22,000 OBO. 306-753-7913, Macklin, SK. NEW RICHWAY FOAM marker system, never used, 1 year old. Half of new price. 306-861-9481, Weyburn, SK.

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2007 SEED HAWK 5010, NH3 Dickey John, blockage monitor, double shoot, Flexi-Coil air pkg. in tow, 3380 tank, dual fan, mech drive, nice shape, $175,000. 306-468-7171, 306-724-2225, Debden, SK 2812 CONCORD air drill, 1998, Edge-On shanks, Dutch openers, 2300 air cart, good condition, $41,500 OBO. 780-632-4235, Vegreville, AB. AUCTION AUG. 3- 1996 40’ ConservaPack w/Harmon 3100 TBT air cart. Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075. PL915407 1998 BOURGAULT 5710, 64’, 9.8’’ spacing, 4.5’’ steel packers, 3.5’’ atom jet, single shoot, granular pkg. c/w 2004 5440 cart, rice tires, $79,500 OBO. Ph. 780-876-0634, Debolt, AB. 1996 JD 1850 42’ no till disc drill, w/upgrades to the closing wheels, tandem wheels on wings, 787 cart, $49,000 OBO. 306-868-4803, 306-581-8083 Avonlea, SK. 1994 3310 33’ Concord, 340 bushel cart, w/3rd tank, diesel engine, knock-on sweeps, liquid kit, $35,000. 306-642-3225 or cell 306-640-7149, Assiniboia SK. 2003 JD 1895 disc drill, 43’, MRB, 430 bu., 1910, $99,000 OBO. Drill near Brandon MB. Ph. 306-563-8482 or 306-782-2586. 2002 BOURGAULT 5710, 40’, DS, 3” rubber, $49,000; 2001 5710, 64’, 9.8” spacing, MRB’s, 3.5 rubber packers, w/2001 5440 air tank, $115,000; 2003 Bourgault 5710, 54’, DS, 3” rubber, $89,000; 2002 Bourgault 5710, 54’, single shoot, 3” rubber, $69,500; 1993 Flexi-Coil 5000/2320, single shoot, 3.5” steel, $59,000; 1998 FlexiCoil 5000/2320 TBT, single shoot, 4” rubber; $79,000; 2000 Bourgault 5710, 64’, new 5-1/2” pneumatic packers, DS, $109,000; 2003 Bourgault 5350, dual shoot, $46,000; 2001 Bourgault 5440, DS, $58,000; JD 1910, $35,000; 1998 Bourgault 4350, $35,000; 2006 Bourgault 6550, single shoot, $89,000; 2005 Bourgault 6450, DS, $69,000; Flexi-Coil 800/1610, 33’, $19,500; New 54’ Bourgault 8810 cult., call for pricing. RD Ag Central, 306-542-3335, 306-542-8180, Kamsack SK 2009 JD 1830, 60’ w/1910 430 bu. 3 tank air cart, 7.5” spacing, 3” packers exc. machine, mint shape, 9900 acres. Sperling, MB. 204-626-3283 Pics:

2011 FLEXI-COIL VR 3850 TBT CART, dual fan, 1200 acres, c/w 2005 33’ FlexiCoil 5000 drill, c/w Stealth knives, 6000 acres, $135,000. May separate. 780-385-5704, Viking, AB. IF YOU OWN or lease a 2010 1184 RogaSET OF FOUR 420/80R46 rims and tires tor high clearance sprayer please call for JD 4710 sprayer. 2 tires like new, and 2 B a c k - Tr a c k I nve s t i gat i o n s t o l l f r e e at 80% tread. Ph Yan 204-712-5583, St. 1-866-882-4779. We accept calls 8:30 AM to 10:00 PM, 7 days a week. Jean Baptiste, MB or NEW FLOATERS for JD and Case spray- 1999 5710 54’, MRB, NH3 kit, 3.5” steel ers, 710/70R38 or 650/65/R38, Michelin packers, 3” carbide openers, $58,500. or Alliance; Dual kits and floats for Apache 306-338-8022/306-338-2288, Kuroki, SK. sprayers. 306-697-2856, Grenfell, SK. 2000 40’ SEED HAWK, 12” spacing, 1997 USED DOUBLE COMBINE trailer paired row openers, JD TBT 270 1900 excellent for sprayer and lots of water. Call t a n k , $ 7 0 , 0 0 0 O B O . N o ko m i s , S K , 306-365-7179. 306-536-1137, Regina, SK.



WANTED: AIR TANK for 1860 John Deere air drill, would prefer Bourgault. Goodsoil, SK. Ph. 306-238-4600 or 306-238-2160.

IH 470 TANDEM disc, 18’, new rams and hoses, some new shafts and bearings, good cond., $1400 OBO. 306-668-4215, 306-222-8489, 306-955-1019, Vanscoy SK 60’ MORRIS 660 cultivator, tires good, almost new 3 bar harrows, exc. condition, $11,500. 306-862-2833, Nipawin, SK

2005 HARMON AIR DRILL 4480, 44’, 5 plex, paired row w/autorate NH3, c/w 3100 grain cart, hyd. drill fill, excellent once over seeding unit, value $45,000. Will trade onto a 30’ SP swather or grain cart of equal or more value. 306-874-7590, Naicam, SK. FLEXI-COIL 7500 60’, year 2000, 10” spacing, DS, 4” steel, under 20,000 acres, $22,000, drill only/no tank. 306-862-2387 LAND PRIDE PS 1572 primary seeder, 2012, never used, 72”, 3 PTH for 25 To 45 or 306-862-2413, Nipawin, SK. HP tractor, $5200. Can deliver. Ph. 2002 JD 1820, 40’, 12” spacing, 5” rub- 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. ber, PW, 1900 TBH, 340 bu., 3 compartments, variable rate cart, approx 12000 acres. Excellent. $69,900. 306-862-2387 or 306-862-2413, Nipawin, SK. EXPERIENCED TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: DAVIDSON TRUCKING, PULLING AIR 10’ Kello 225 offset disc; 10’ Agrator rotodrills/ air seeders, packer bars, Alber- spike; 5 shank Kello 530 subsoiler; 5 shank ta and Sask. 30 years experience. Bob Tatu ASCR- 5 subsoiler. Clean product. Red Deer, AB, 403-347-2601. Davidson, Drumheller, 403-823-0746

HAYBUSTER 1100 Zero-Till drills, 40’; JD 8350 seed drill w/grass seed attachment; Brillion 8’ seed drill; Flexi-Coil system 82 harrow bar w/Valmar; 8’ and 10’ straw c r i m p e r ; E m p i r e U l t r ap a c ke r r o l l e r w/heavy harrows and mounted Valmar. Call toll free 1-877-371-4487, Sask. COMPLETE SHANK ASSEMBLIES, Morris 7 Series Magnum; JD 1610, $135 ea.; JD 1610/610 (black) $180. 306-259-4923 306-946-7923, Young, SK.

680 HD cultivator with floating hitch, 2009 JD 1895 43’ air drill with 2009 JD urrently used as seeding tool. 1910 430 bu. air cart, $165,000 OBO. c306-429-2764 306-697-7075 Glenavon, SK 780-518-5303 cell, Falher, AB. DEGELMAN 40’ chisel plow, Degelman harrows, good condition, $13,500 OBO. 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586, Rama, SK. 37’ VICON MT 4000 4 row FH air seeder with 160 bu. Eagle ground drive tank, 40’ FLEXI-COIL 300 cultivator, heavy duty, many extras. Moose Jaw, SK area, $12,500 w/mtd. harrows, $13,000. A. E. Chicoine Farm Equip, 306-449-2255 Storthoaks, SK. OBO. 306-693-1277, cell: 306-536-2241. NEW 2010 Kello-bilt 14’ 275 disc, 31” 2004 BOURGAULT 5350 cart, single fan, LIKE variable rate control, two meters, tires notched blades. Best offer. 204-766-2643. rear 800/65R32, front 540/65R24. 204-829-3924 or 204-325-0537, Plum 2002 FENDT 920 VARIO, 180 HP, CVT, Coulee, MB. only 3310 hrs, c/w Quicke Q990 FEL, $99,000; 2001 FENDT 926 VARIO, 260 1999 BOURGAULT 9400 air seeder, 40’, HP, 3149 hrs, c/w duals, $126,000. Both 12” spacing, double shoot, tine harrows mint, CVT, 53 kms/hr, LHR, Michelin 710 c/w Bourgault 4250 TBH and TBH coil tires, front axle and cab susp., 3 PTH, 1000 packer. 1 owner, very nice cond.! $35,000. PTO, 4 hyds. Offers on both. Barrhead, AB. Jordan 403-627-9300, Pincher Creek, AB. Phone 780-206-1234. WANTED: FLEXI-COIL 820 25’-40’ and 2002 AGCO RT145, 2 WD, 3 PTH, 4 re60’. Please call 403-586-0641, Olds, AB. motes, 480/80/R42 duals, 32 spd. trans., HIGH QUALITY NEW discs at used disc 42’ BOURGAULT 5710, 160 bu. air cart, 8” p r i c e s , 1 8 ’ t o 4 7 ’ . 4 0 3 - 5 4 5 - 6 3 4 0 , 4 spd. powershift, 1100 hrs., premium unit. 306-421-1085, Benson, SK. spacing, new knives, steel packers. Call 403-580-6889 cell, Bow Island, AB. Barry Ellis 306-243-4960, Dinsmore, SK. 2003 FENDT 712 VARIO, 110 HP, Quicke 40’ JD CULTIVATOR w/Valmer and harMichelin 650 tires, CVT 53 kms/hr, VALMAR 1210 AIR seeder with 12 Coulter rows, field ready. Will trade for cattle. FEL, 5400 hrs, 3 PTH, 4 hyds, $75,000. Phone interchangeable seed rollers. Merritt, BC., 306-753-2842, 306-753-8069, Macklin, SK 403-844-1194, Caroline, AB. 250-378-4955, email 12’ MILLAR OFFSET DISC, good condition, field ready, $4000. 306-642-3648 or 306-694-5628, Assiniboia, SK. 1975 7040 ALLIS CHALMERS, 140 HP, 2010 SUMMERS 72’ heavy harrow, like 2003 JOHN DEERE CHISEL PLOW, 60’, Ac- 18.4x38, 1100x16 fronts, runs good. new, $29,000 OBO. 204-371-8768, Ste. cuDepth, JD 3 bar harrows, low acres, 306-739-2763, Wawota, SK. Anne, MB. $61,000. 204-522-6225, Waskada, MB. 1981 ALLIS CHALMERS 7020, powershift, 100’ DIAMOND HARROWS, heavy harrows, CASE IH 5600 31’ chisel plow, c/w spikes 4200 hrs., new tires, vg cond., $12,500. v e r y g o o d s h a p e , $ 8 0 0 0 O B O . and sweeps, Degelman harrows, $6,000 306-631-1617, 306-355-2580, Parkbeg SK. 204-773-3044, Russell, MB. OBO. 306-274-4964, Lestock, SK. DEGELMAN 7000 heavy harrow, 50’, manual tine adj., 9/16” curved tines, less than 10,000 acres, $27,500. 306-862-2387 or 306-862-2413, Nipawin, SK.

FRIGGSTAD CD-62’ chisel plow, low acres, harrows, $24,000; Flexi-Coil 52’ ST 1820, harrows, premium, $39,000. Garrison, ND. Phone 701-897-0099.

DEGELMAN 45’ LANDROLLER, excellent EZEE-ON TANDEM DISC, front serrated, condition, $26,000 firm. 306-357-4603 or rock springs, 25” discs, $21,900. Success, SK, 306-626-3535, 780-672-6500, Wiseton, SK. DEGELMAN 70’ HEAVY harrow, good con- JD #315, 14’ tandem disc, smooth dition, $24,000. 403-647-7391, Foremost, b l a d e s , $ 4 3 7 5 . 3 0 6 - 2 5 9 - 4 9 2 3 , 306-946-7923, Young, SK. AB 2002 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 85, 50’ 400 12 VERTICAL TILLAGE attachments. Heavy acres, as new, $29,750. 306-862-2387 or field bearings, 17” blades (Salford) for 12” spaced cultivator. New, not used. Farm 306-862-2413, Nipawin, SK. flooded. Must sell. Offers. 306-338-2927. DUTCH INDUSTRIES LANDROLLER, 42’, changed to big bearings, $11,000 OBO. KELLO-BILT DISC PARTS: Blades and bearings. Parts to fit most makes and 306-472-5700, Lafleche, SK. models. 8’ EMPIRE ULTRAPACKER w/Valmar and 1-888-500-2646, Red Deer, AB. heavy harrows, used very little, like new 52’ JD 1810 floating hitch HD cultivator condition. 306-538-4487, Kennedy, SK. with mounted Degelman harrows, excelRITE-WAY 20’ PACKER, exc. cond., lent condition, $45,000. 306-429-2770 hardly used, $10,500 OBO. 780-915-9019, leave message, Glenavon, SK. Edmonton, AB. GRAHAM-HOLME 33’ (approx) cultivator, good sweeps, needs work to transport, $350; Morris CP 525 cultivator for parts, $200. Not transportable without work. JD 9450, 40’ hoe drills, carbide tips, shed- Moose Jaw, SK. area. Ph. 306-693-1277, ded, mint, factory trans. $14,995. Middle cell: 306-536-2241. Lake, SK., 306-367-4840, 306-231-8479. WISHEK HEAVY DISCS- 1,000 lbs. per WANTED: 10’ or 20’ 9450 JD hoe drill in foot. These are the heaviest discs on the good shape. 306-752-4336, Melfort, SK, market! Available at Flaman Sales, call us at 1-888-435-2626 or


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2007 MXU 135 LIMITED CASE tractor, with loader and grapple fork, excellent shape, 1300 hrs., fenders, always stored in heated shop, asking $76,500. 306-778-2533, Swift Current, SK. 1982 CASE 4690 4 WD 6570 hrs, 1000 PTO, 4 hyds, 16 spd powershift, 24.5x32 tires. $9900. Trades welcome, financing 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. 1984 CASE 2094, 6405 hrs., 20.8x38 tires, c/w Allied 784 FEL, always shedded, very good condition, $18,000 OBO. 306-472-3277, Gravelbourg, SK. 1995 CASE/IH 5240, FWA with loader and grapple, 8120 hrs., $29,000 OBO. Located in Mallaig, AB. Call 780-837-0322. RETIRED RED 2394, powershift, duals, rebuilt motor at 4000 hrs., 7000 hrs. total. Well maintained, summer use only, $17,500. 306-644-4802, Loreburn, SK. 930 CASE w/round fenders and cab, w/wo Leon dozer; also 1200 Case tractor. Moose Jaw, SK, 306-325-4325, 306-693-6072. CUMMINS REPOWERED 4786 IH tractor very good condition, rebuilt 855, new paint and int. 1-877-557-3797 Ponoka, AB. 2011 CASE/IH MAXXUM 125, FWA, 3 PTH, mint cond., $67,000. 306-322-2291, 306-322-7799, Rose Valley, SK. 1988 CASE Magnum 7110, 7340 hrs, 20.8x38 duals, shedded. $25,500 OBO. Englefeld SK 306-231-7054/306-231-8173

2007 MT865B CAT, 36” tracks, PTO, powershift, front weights, mid weights, autosteer, 510 HP, not a scraper tractor, 2200 hrs., very nice condition, $249,000. Call Kyle 204-642-2168, Arborg, MB.

2002 JD 7810, MFWD, 16 spd. powerquad, LHR, 6300 hrs, 20.8x38 new rear rubber, 14.9x30 80% front, c/w 740 Classic self levelling loader, joystick and grapple, very clean tractor, regular service and s t o r e d i n s i d e , $ 7 7 , 5 0 0 O B O. B l a i n e 306-782-6022, 306-621-9751, Yorkton, SK

1981 CASE 2290, 4500 hrs., 2 year old 795 Allied loader, shedded, very good condi- 1996 CAT CHALLENGER 75C, 3900 hrs., S/N 4KK02367, tracks 60%, exc. cond. tion. 306-354-2588, Mossbank, SK. Garry Bruce 306-538-4695, Langbank, SK. 8920 CASE MAGNUM 2WD, Hold-On 3 PTH, 20.8x38 duals, 2400 hrs., mint cond., $48,000 OBO. 306-538-2153, Kennedy, SK. JD 4250, 1986, 3 PTH, powershift, FWA; CASE 9270, 9380, MXM 120, MXM 130, JD 8220, 2003, 1950 hrs., 3 PTH, powerS t e i g e r 2 2 5 t r a c t o r s f o r s a l e . shift, FWA. Gerard 306-231-3993, Hum306-837-4433, 306-240-8320, Makwa, SK. boldt, SK. CASE 7220, AutoSteer, duals, PTO, 2 WD, AUCTION AUG. 2- 1993 JD 8970 tractor, 3639 hrs; Case 2096, duals, PTO, 5028 w/4500 hrs. Call Hodgins Auctioneers, hrs. 306-935-4526, Milden, SK. 1-800-667-2075. PL #915407. 1995 CIH MFWD 540/1000 PTO, 20.8x38 2010 7930 3 PTH, ITV transmission, front factory duals, radar unit, 3 hyds., 1880 hrs. suspension, front end loader w/grapple fork, 110 hrs. $170,000. 306-634-4451, 306-587-2377 or 306-587-7762, Cabri, SK. Estevan, SK. NEW 2010 485 HD Case/IH 4 WD tractor, 0 hrs, 485 HP, 800x38 tires, $265,000. 2008 JD 9630, 825 hrs, powershift trans, A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Stor- 78 gpm hi-flow hydraulics, deluxe comfort p k g , A u t o Tr a c r e a d y, 5 r e m o t e s , thoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. 800/70R38 duals, HID lights. Very nice CASE DAVID BROWN 1410, dsl., rebuilt tractor! $248,000. Call Jordan anytime motor, 3 PTH, loader, sacrifice $5500. Call 403-627-9300, Pincher Creek, AB. Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. NEW 18.4X30 12 PLY $570; 18.4x34 12 2005 CASE/IH, C-50, 48 HP, 495 Allied ply $636; 20.8x38 12 ply $826; 18.4x38 12 loader, 900 hrs., $15,500 OBO. Phone ply $736; 30.5Lx32 16 ply $2195; 24.5x32 14 ply $1749; 18.4x42 16 ply $1397; 204-352-4037, Glenella, MB. 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.5x25 20 ply 9370 1998, 12 spd., 20.8x42 duals, 3750 $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply $795; 14.9x24 h r s , $ 9 0 , 0 0 0 fi r m . 3 0 6 - 4 3 6 - 4 3 3 4 , 12 ply $356; 16.9x28 12 ply $500. Factory306-436-7600, Milestone, SK. direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. Tubes sold separCIH 884, MFWD, loader, grapple, 3 PTH, a t e l y. U s e d t i r e s a l s o a v a i l a b l e . $14,900 OBO. Gary 204-326-7000, Stein- 1-800-667-4515. bach, MB,

2005 JD 7320, 2460 hrs., MFWD, 741 loader, grapple, 3 PTH, all options, $82,000. 403-931-3879, Millarville, AB.

WRECKING FOR PARTS: 2096 Case c/w very good 5.9L Cummins engine, exc. sheet metal, rebuilt PTO complete; Also Case 1070 complete running engine. 1-877-564-8734, Roblin, MB.

1988 4450 MFWD, c/w 280 loader and grapple, 15 spd. powershift, triple hyds., less than 5000 hrs or motor and tranny, v e r y c l e a n t r a c t o r, $ 3 3 , 0 0 0 O B O . 403-646-5636 evenings, Nanton, AB.

2006 MCCORMICH CX105, FWA, w/cab and loader, 968 hrs., $41,000; 2004 McCormich CX95, FWA, w/cab, 788 hrs, $36,000. 306-231-5939, Saskatoon, SK.

1997 JD 8100, FWA, 6400 hrs, 540/1000 PTO, $52,000. Will take 2 WD JD on trade. 306-238-4527, Goodsoil, SK.

2010 CIH 485 HD TRACTOR, 4 WD, 125 hrs., powershift trans., 800 tires, diff locks, weight pkg., radar, AutoSteer, tow cable, 55 gal. hyd. pump. Consider older CIH or 1870 WHITE, w/cab, 8’ Allied dozer blade, JD trade. 306-287-7707, Quill Lake, SK. 100 HP, $4000; Leon rockpicker, fully hyd., IHC 1086, 5600 original hrs, shedded, $2500. 403-502-0647, Seven Persons, AB new rubber, $12,800. 306-699-2442, WANTED: WHITE 2-105 or 2-110 or McLean, SK. 2-120 with FWA and loader, good condi2294 FWA, w/Allied 895 loader, grapple, tion. Ph. 780-695-8738, Edmonton, AB. and joystick, $21,500. Ph. 403-742-1030 or 403-340-9280, Stettler, AB.

THREE 7010 BELARUS 4 WD tractors for sale by auction. Tractors in good operating cond. July 27th, Alsask, SK. Sale conducted by Patton Auctions. Call Chris 306-230-6125 for more information or see PL #914527.

1996 CASE/IH 7220, FWA, powershift, 3 JD 3140, cab, 3 PTH, dual hyds., dual hyds., 2 PTO’s, Buhler FEL set up for grap- PTO, JD 148 loader, $15,900 OBO. Call ple fork, 7000 hrs., unit in good shape, Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. $49,000. 306-631-0363, Moose Jaw, SK. JD 7920 IVT, MFWD, 4 hyd., 3 PTH, duals, 3700 hrs., no loader work, Dyno 200 hp, A1 condition. Asking $93,500; JD 1830, 16 3 PTH, FEL, one owner, $8900; JD 1976 STEIGER COUGAR ST250 w/14’ De- spd., 400 CX loader, MFWD, A1, $21,900, gelman blade and wing blade attachment. 4120, will deal. Len 204-324-6298, Altona, MB. Phone 306-538-4487, Kennedy, SK.

2008 7430 PREMIUM JD, 540/1000 PTO, front fenders, cab, loader, grapple, JD 741 self-levelling, 780 orig. hrs, 140 HP, MFWD, 4 spd., PowerQuad, front hood guard, 14,594 lbs., exc. cond., $115,000 OBO. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. 1993 4760 MFWD, 10/10, 4 SCV’s, radar w/performance monitor, 20.8x42 radials, cast weights, 15 spd. power shift, 4900 hrs. Includes 4 way quick detach Degelm a n d o z e r. $ 7 2 , 0 0 0 O B O . C u r t 306-873-7822, Tisdale, SK.

WANTED IH 1026 tractor, any condition. FARMER WOULD LIKE 3010 JD for parts; Phone 306-931-8478. Also a monitor for 530- 535 JD BALER. Phone 780-635-2232, Glendon, AB. 1999 CASE MX270, 3350 hrs., big rubber, front and rear duals, performance monitor, 1984 4650 JD 2 WD, 20.8x38 tires 40%, 4 r e m o t e s , 1 0 0 0 P T O , $ 7 5 , 0 0 0 . quad range, 3 PTH, 1000 PTO, approx. 3600 hrs, asking $32,900. Phone 403-664-9246, Oyen, AB. 204-746-4314, Otterburne, MB. 2594 CASE, 24 spd. trans., 8500 hrs., vg cond., DT 710 radial duals, $22,000. Mark 2009 JD 9530, 4 WD, 1105 hrs, premiere lighting pkg., 800/70R38’s w/duals, active Perkins 780-842-4831, Wainwright, AB. s e at , Au t o Tr a c r e a dy, we i g h t p k g . , CASE 4490 and IHC 1566, new rubber. $214,500 US. Fairfax, MN, 320-848-2496, Call for pricing. May accept trades. 320-894-6560, 306-831-7460, Medicine Hat, AB. LOW HOUR, 3130 acreage tractor, 3358 NEW 18.4X34 12 PLY $636; 20.8x38 12 hrs., new Buhler 495 loader, 5’ bucket and ply $826; 18.4x38 12 ply $736; 18.4x30 12 8’ 3-way pivoting blade, incl. 11’ Cockshutt ply $570; 30.5Lx32 16 ply $2195; 24.5x32 cult. $22,900. Email 14 ply $1749; 18.4x42 16 ply $1397; for pics. Ph. 306-261-2321, Saskatoon, SK. 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.5x25 20 ply 1992 JD 4455, 6205 hrs., duals, triple $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply $795; 14.9x24 hyds., 158 loader with bucket and pallet 12 ply $356; 16.9x28 12 ply $500. Factory- forks, exc. cond., $46,500. 306-436-4426, direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid Milestone, SK. steer tires also available. Tubes sold separa t e l y. U s e d t i r e s a l s o a v a i l a b l e . JOHN DEERE 5020, $7000 OBO; JOHN 1-800-667-4515. DEERE-R $2000 OBO. Good cond. Preeceville, SK. 306-547-2112 or 306-547-4279. 2001 CIH STX325, 6330 hrs., PTO, 20.8x42 duals, good solid tractor, $95,000 2008 JD 9430, Deluxe Comfort Cab with leather trim, power mirrors, CD, factory OBO. 204-371-8768, Ste. Anne, MB. VHF radio wiring, AutoTrac ready, 18/6 LIZARD CREEK REPAIR and Tractor. We powershift trans., power diff locks, HD buy 90 and 94 series Case 2WD tractors Gudgeon, 520/85R46 triples, 1000 PTO, 4 for parts and rebuilding. Also have rebuilt remotes, motor seal drain, rotary beacon, tractors for sale. 306-784-2213 Herbert SK premier light pkg. w/Xenon HID front and rear, Clean Flex reversible fan, 1660 hrs., shedded. Many more details available, $215,000. Sam, Somerville Farms Ltd., Eatonia, SK area. Phone 306-463-7844. 2006 JD 7630, 746 loader w/grapple hook, FWA, 3 PTH, LHR, 3000 hrs., $114,000. Contact Ken at 306-435-7405, Westwood Land and Cattle, Moosomin, SK. 1982 JD 4440, quad trans., w/duals, very clean tractor, $22,000. Financing available. 780-674-5516, 780-305-7152 Barrhead AB 2002 STX 425, 710/70/42 duals, 24 spd. hi/low powershift, heavy weight package, 1996 8970 710 metric duals, 12 spd. hyd. AutoSteer, 4 hyds, hi-flow hyd. pump, t r a n s m i s s i o n , 4 5 0 0 h r s . , $ 7 5 , 0 0 0 . 3570 hours, exc. cond., $136,000 OBO. 306-634-4451, Estevan, SK. Phone 306-682-1372, Bruno, SK. TIRES FOR SALE, upgrade your JD 4630, 4640, 4840, 4650, or 4850, 18.4x42 radial tires and rims, like new. 1-877-527-7278. JD 4440, bought new, 8300 hrs, recent rad, new PTO clutch, duals, pretty good tires, regularly maintained. Delivery available. 403-312-0280, Carstairs, AB. Email: STEVE’S TRACTOR REBUILDER looking for JD tractors to rebuild, Series 20s, 30s, 40s or 50s, or for parts. Will pay top dollar. Now selling JD parts. 204-466-2927, 204-871-5170, Austin, MB. JD 4230, FEL with fork for lifting round bales, asking $11,000. Ph. 306-336-2267 after 6:00 PM, Lipton, SK. 4240 JD w/158 loader, good condition, $18,000. Call 306-547-4789 evenings, Preeceville, SK.

1999 JD 9200, 4200 hrs., 24 spd., diff. lock, 4 SCV’s, $95,000 OBO. 306-378-2388 Elrose, SK, or 4055 JD TRACTOR, 2160 hrs., orig. owner, always shedded, 115 HP, 18.4x38 duals, performance monitor, very clean. Ron at 204-322-5638, 204-941-0045, Rosser, MB. WANTED: JD TRACTORS: Parts for 2010, 3010, 4010, 3020, 4020, 4320, 5020, 2130, 3130, 4030, 4230, 4430, 4630, 8430, 8630, 3140, 4040, 4240, 4440, 4640, 4840, 8440, 8640, 6400. Also new after market parts. Call G.S. Tractor Salvage, 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. JD 2755 MFWD, w/245 loader and grapple, CAHR, 7500 hrs., new rubber, shedded $30,000 OBO. 306-642-3442 Assiniboia SK 2008 9630T, 1531 hours, 2600 screen, $245,000 OBO. Phone 780-888-1258, Lougheed, AB. JD 4020, syncro, dual hyds., dual PT0, $6900 OBO. Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. 1997 JD 9300, 4970 hrs., 24 spd., 4 hyd., 620/70R42 tires, Greenlight every 2nd yr., exc. condition. 306-395-2587, Chaplin, SK. JOHN DEERE 4020, diesel, low hrs., new batteries, cab, 1 owner, good condition, runs well, $9990 OBO. For more information call 306-222-8039, Saskatoon, SK.

2006 JD 7720, w/746 self levelling loader and grapple, front fenders, 3 hyds., power quad trans, new front tires, 5600 hrs. Swan River, MB. Phone 204-734-8821, 204-734-0541 or 403-758-3509. 8560 JD, 24 spd. trans, 18.4x38 tires, triple hyds. 780-889-2204, Heisler, AB. 1937 JD MODEL BR, complete and in good condition. $4800. Phone 250-428-4758, Creston, BC. 2010 JD 9530, 525 hrs, powershift trans, 78 gpm hi-flow hydraulics, deluxe comfort p k g , A u t o Tr a c r e a d y, 5 r e m o t e s , 800/70R38 duals, HID lights. Full machine w a r r a n t y t i l l 0 1 - 2 7 - 1 2 . L i ke n e w ! $250,000. Call Jordan anytime 403-627-9300, Pincher Creek, AB. JD 8970 4 WD, 7320, 4440, 4240, 4430, 4250, 2130. All w/loaders and 3 PTH. Will take JD tractors in trade that need work. 204-466-2927, 204-871-5170, Austin, MB. 2001 JD 4200, 26HP, Yanmar diesel, 740 hrs., JD loader, 60” JD rototiller, 60” JD snowblower, 5’ cult. w/shovels and spikes. $20,000. 306-668-4448, Vanscoy, SK. 1997 9400 24 spd., 20.8/42 triples, PTO. 306-426-7616, Snowden, SK. 2003 7520, 741 loader, power quad, 3 SCV’s, 3 PTH, LH reverser, rear weights, new rubber 20.8-38 and 16.9-28, excellent s h a p e m e c h . a n d b o d y, 5 5 9 2 h r s . 780-842-2400, Wainwright, AB. JD 5020, complete overhaul, $14,000 OBO. 780-672-7222, Camrose, AB. JD 7400, RH rev., 3 PTH, JD 740 loader, grapple, $44,500. Call Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. JD 7710 MFWD; JD 7810 MFWD. Both with low hrs. and can be equipped with loaders. 204-522-6333, Melita, MB. 1986 4050, 2WD, quad, 3 PTH, 5000 hrs., rubber 65%, shedded, very sharp. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. JD 7810 MFD, c/w 741 loader, 3 PTH, IVT trans., shedded. Phone 780-990-8412, Edmonton, AB. 2008 7730 JD MFWD, 2100 hrs, deluxe cab, auto quad, w/146 JD loader, AutoSteer avail. $114,000; 2008 568 JD baler, 1000 PTO, mega wide PU, hyd PU, 800 bales $34,000. 780-872-0067 Canwood SK JD 4555, 5960 hrs., well cared for, no FEL a n d n o w i n t e r u s e , $ 3 2 , 0 0 0 O B O. 306-274-2247, 306-274-4713, Lestock, SK.

AUCTION AUG. 2- MF 8120 MFWD tractor w/1550 hrs. Call Hodgins Auctioneers, 1-800-667-2075. PL #915407. 1982 MF 4840, 7700 hrs., with 4-way 14’ Leon blade, big 1000 PTO, 4 aux. hyds, 4 tires 40%, 4 tires need replaced, $18,500 OBO. 403-701-4605, Cochrane, AB. NEW 11.2X24 8 PLY $210; 12.4x24 8 ply $266; 18.4x30 12 ply $570; 18.4x34 12 ply $636; 20.8x38 12 ply $826; 18.4x38 12 ply $736; 30.5Lx32 16 ply $2195; 24.5x32 14 ply $1749; 18.4x42 16 ply $1397; 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.5x25 20 ply $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply $795; 14.9x24 12 ply $356; 16.9x28 12 ply $500. Factorydirect, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. Tubes sold separa t e l y. U s e d t i r e s a l s o a v a i l a b l e . 1-800-667-4515.


MF 4880 w/6-way 16’ Degelman blade, w/wing blade attachment, duals, 4 remotes, 1000 PTO, Wabasco heater. Phone 306-538-4487, Kennedy, SK. MF 1100, 2359 orig. hrs, cab, multipower, 2 hyds., always shedded, exc. cond. 204-638-1095, Dauphin, MB. CUMMINS REPOWERED 4840 tractor, vg cond., 400 HP Cummins N14, new paint and int. 1-877-557-3797, Ponoka, AB or 2640 MF TRACTOR, 2910 hrs, good cond., FEL, 3 PTH, approx. 100 HP, 540/1000 PTO, 3 hyds., $13,400. 306-957-4522, Odessa, SK. 2705 MF, CAHR, 6100 hrs., dual PTO, 18.4R38 radial tires, new 795 Allied loader, good for swathing and baling, $12,900. 403-644-2389, Standard, AB.

WANTED: 9030 BI-DIRECTIONAL w/FEL, engine and PTO required. 306-845-2630, Turtleford, SK. NH TJ 425, 2700 hrs, 800x38 duals, Outb a c k Au t o S t e e r, 2 4 s p d . , e x c e l l e n t , $139,000 or Case/IH 435, 300 hrs, 710x42 duals, HD, deluxe cab, tractor as new, $189,000. One must go! 780-975-1328, St. Michael, AB. NEW 12.4X24 8 PLY $266; 18.4x30 12 ply $570; 18.4x34 12 ply $636; 20.8x38 12 ply $826; 18.4x38 12 ply $736; 30.5Lx32 16 ply $2195; 24.5x32 14 ply $1749; 18.4x42 16 ply $1397; 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.5x25 20 ply $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply $795; 14.9x24 12 ply $356; 16.9x28 12 ply $500. Factory-direct, no middlemen. Implement, skid steer tires also available. Tubes sold separately. Used tires also available. 1-800-667-4515. 2006 NH 4WD TJ430, 2350 hrs, diff. locks, mega-flow hyd., cruise control, 4 new Goodyear tires on warranty 710-R42, Iveco motor, rear weights, 16 spd. powershift, great condition, $185,000. David 306-468-7171, 306-724-2225, Debden, SK 1995 NH VERSATILE 9880, 7900 hrs., 20.8 Michelin triples 80%, Outback AutoSteer, well maintained, $72,500. 204-782-1143, 204-736-4201, La Salle, MB. 2007 NH TM130, FWA, c/w NH FEL and grapple, full powershift, all options, exc. cond., only 2000 hrs., shedded, $59,500. 403-350-9088, Red Deer, AB. 2007 TV145 BI-DIRECTIONAL, 3 PTH loader, grapple, manure tires, 540/1000 PTO, as new, 900 hrs., $95,000. Call Dave 403-556-3992, Olds, AB. 2007 TJ 430, powershift, 710x42 rubber, AutoSteer ready, 1500 hrs, like new, $179,000. 403-345-3156, Coaldale, AB.

RENTED OUT FARM SELLING EQUIPMENT 98 8 0 Ford New Holla nd , 400 HP, low hou rs , Hig h Flo hyra u lics , a ll u p d a tes d on e, n ew ra d ia l ties $85,000 O BO 70’ Degelm a n Ha rrow Ca rt, a ll hyd ra u lics a d ju s ta ble on the g o, d eep tin e, d on e a p p rox. 1500 a cres $37,000 O BO N ote:Tractorhas been gone ov erby M arku s s on NH.M y equ ipm enthas alw ays been ov ers ized form y farm ing acreage becau s e of m y other bu s ines s interes ts (W ood Cou nty). gra ntw ils on@s a s 306- 699- 7678 (c) 306- 699- 72 13 (h)

2004 MCCORMICK MTX135, 1970 hrs., Buhler loader w/grapple, 4 spd. powershift, shuttle, triple hyd., 540/1000 PTO, mint, $65,000 OBO. Springside, SK., 306-792-4704. EQUIPMENT FOR PARTS: Cockshutt 1755; White 1370; Case 1070; Boss loader w/mount to fit Cockshutt; NH 660 baler; Gehl 1260 forage harvester. Misc. used tires. 780-387-5708, Millet, AB. 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. FORD 7710, 2 WD, 3 PTH, w/loader, 7600 hrs., $12,500; JD 2950, FWA, 3 PTH, no loader, $15,500. 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. LAMBORGHINI 190 FWA tractor c/w Allied 894 loader/grapple, 3700 hrs, $38,500. Rocky Rapids, AB. 780-621-6704. 1984 895 VERSATILE, 6300 hrs., new tires; 1973 4630 JD, duals, 8400 hrs. Arch Equipment 306-867-7252, Outlook, SK. LOOKING FOR A 4x4 loader tractor? 110 HP and down. I can save you thousands $$$. 306-231-5939, Saskatoon, SK.

794 QUICK ATTACH ALLIED LOADER, joystick, 7’ bucket, fits 2090 Case or larger tractor. Ph. 204-683-2267 St. Lazare MB. 2 0 0 3 LW 1 1 0 B N H PAY L O A D E R , w/grapple fork, only 3300 hrs., $59,000. Phone 306-224-4272, Windthorst, SK.

TELESCOPIC WHEEL LOADER Schaeffer model 9330T. Demo unit, 65 hrs. 7000 lb. lift, 17.2’ lift height, loaded. This loader works exceptionally well in confined spaces. $95,000. 1-888-746-2108, Morris, MB. ALLIED 894 FEL, fits 2090, 2294 Case/IH, excellent condition. $6500 OBO. 780-967-0316, Onoway, AB. JD DOZERS: 2005 700J LT, 3200 hrs; 2005 650J XLT, 2850 hrs. 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. EZEE-ON 101 LOADER with 8’ bucket, no grapple, in good shape, with mount for narrow bodied tractor. Asking $8000. 403-637-0170, Cremona, AB. JD LOADER BACKHOE: 2005 310G, 920 hrs., no cab. 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. 2006 JD 320 skidsteer, QA, 800 hrs., tooth and snow bucket, heated cab, AC, mint cond., $28,000. Can email pictures. 306-222-6202, Saskatoon, SK. LEON 790 LOADER, c/w grapple, $3800 O B O. 3 0 6 - 8 5 7 - 4 5 0 2 , 3 0 6 - 8 6 7 - 7 1 4 2 , Strongfield, SK. JD 158 FEL with bucket, no welds, mint condition, $6000. 780-914-6340, 780-895-7744, Star, AB. 795 ALLIED FEL, joystick, grapple, manure tines, quick attach, $7500 OBO. 306-796-4640, 306-796-7395, Chaplin, SK

NEW 15’ FLEX MOWER, only $14,900. Call Flaman Sales in Saskatoon, SK., 306-934-2121. 16’ GOOSENECK STOCK trailer; 8480 Case FORD 1510 4WD diesel tractor, 22 HP, round baler; JD 330 round baler; 530 IH 566 hrs, like new, w/6’ flail mower, $8900. manure spreader, single axle. All in very 306-846-2068, 780-672-6500, Wiseton, SK good shape. Prices reasonable. Phone 1994 FORD NH 9480, 3200 hrs, powershift 306-259-2222, Allan, SK. High-Flow hyd., stored inside, $67,000. Phone 306-776-2432, Rouleau, SK. AUCTION AUG. 4- Ford/Versatile 976 w/5272 hrs. Call Hodgins Auctioneers, 1-800-667-2075. PL #915407. FORD 6700 TRACTOR, c/w loader and 3 PTH, 70 HP, good condition, $8650. 403-749-2372, Lousana, AB.

1980 VERSATILE 835, 6550 hrs., with air seeder kit, tires- in excellent condition, $22,500. 204-483-0032, Souris, MB. 1968 VERSATILE 145, 6 cyl. Cummins conversion, big singles, $2650 OBO. 306-874-5528, Naicam, SK. 1984 VERSATILE 856, PTO, powershift, 6500 hrs., tires- 80%, $37,000. Phone 306-861-9481, Weyburn, SK. 1979 VERSATILE 875, 4 WD, 8200 hrs., ve r y g o o d c o n d i t i o n , $ 1 6 , 9 0 0 O B O. 403-815-5380, Calgary, AB 875, 1979, 200 hrs. on rebuilt motor and clutch, PTO, approx. 6800 hrs., plumbed for air seeder, plus aux. hyd. pump, exc. cond, $28,000. 306-862-2833, Nipawin, SK AUCTION AUG. 3- 1986 Versatile 1156, approx. $20,000 work orders in last 3 yrs. Versatile 900, w/903 Cummins D eng. Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075. PL915407. 1 9 8 2 V E R S AT I L E 1 1 5 0 , 6900 hrs., 30.5x32 duals- 35%, good cond., $43,000. Phone 780-777-5070 Sturgeon County AB.

2003 CASE/IH MXM 130, FWA, w/LX 162 loader and grapple, only 1995 hrs., powershift; 1996 AGCO WHITE 6145, FWA, like new, only 1700 hrs., 18 spd. powershift. Phone 306-773-4400 or cell 306-741-9541, Swift Current, SK.


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LOST SIDE PLASTIC cover for NH 76C len d in g/lea s in g/cred itca rd s /in s u ra n ce header on Hwy. #5 between Watson and JD 503 ROTARY mower 60”, 540 RPM, 3 Saskatoon on June 28th. Ph 306-338-3271 point hitch, $1200. Call 306-861-9481, 2002 CREATIVE ENT. 42’ LANDROLLER Weyburn, SK. $20,000. Call Dave 306-354-7369 or Mike FOUR 24.5x32 Versatile 12-bolt wheels 306-354-7822, Mossbank, SK. with tires, $1000 set. Four 18.4x38 duals PEA ROLLER FOR SALE, 45’, 2.5” shaft, with hardware, $1000 set. 403-782-2920, $14,000 OBO. Contact Rick 306-734-7721 Lacombe, AB. (cell) or 306-734-2345 (office), Craik, SK. 1987 JD 7721 Titan II; Hutchmaster 30’ QUIT FARMING: 1981 JD 8440, 20.4x38 disc; NH 195 manure spreader; Enrosessi tires, vg; 1999 Freightliner Century, 10 12-wheel rake; 8800 36’ Bourgault air spd. Cat and Wilson alum. tandem trailer; seeder and tank; 9400 Bourgault 70’ spray1968 F500 grain truck, BH&T, good, priced er/harrow; NH 1037 bale wagon; NH 315 to sell. 306-788-2088, Marquis, SK. square baler. All items excellent condition. 2009 DEGELMAN RD320 ROCK digger, like 780-672-6062, Camrose, AB. new, used very little, always shedded. Call 1970 INT. 2000 tax axle truck, 20’ B&H, 306-861-1896, Griffin, SK. 671 motor, 5+2 trans, $4500; Ezee-On 100 loader, w/grapple and fork, JD USED 26’ SCHULTE mower; Woodchuck mounts, $2750; JD 1424 haybine 14’, wood chipper. Both excellent condition; $3000. 306-248-3345, St. Walburg, SK. 35’ Morris Magnum 731 chisel plow; 40 Coulter kits for chisel plow; 65 ton Scotch- 1987 TR86 NH combine; JD 200 stack man ironworker; 1981 5488 Int. tractor wagon, separate stack retriever. Machinery w/3 PTH. 403-580-6889, Bow Island, AB. shedded and in good cond. Also Morris B3, 30’ rodweeder w/harrows and multiplex. 5’ JD ROTARY MOWER 3 PTH; 7’ cult; 4’ 306-367-4981, Middle Lake, SK. 3 P T H r o t o t i l l e r ; 8 ’ u t i l i t y t r a i l e r. 306-283-4747, 306-220-0429 Langham SK 269 NH SQUARE baler, $1000; Monarch PTO irrigation pump on wheels, $500; JD 4995, 2008 16’ discbine, 182 HP, V10, 2.5” walk-on scale, $500; 2- grain rollers, low hrs., steel conditioner; Hesston 14’ cattle 10” and 12” on wheels, $500 each. Peter 820H hay header, fits 8200, also Case Flett 306-332-5821, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK. 8830, $6500. 306-238-4411, Goodsoil, SK. SILO EQUIPMENT: NH 40 forage blower; QUIT FARMING: Various parts and hitch- Blo-deck; 24’ silo unloader; Stationary feed es for Amazone no till drills; Sotera hand mixer; 130’ bunk conveyor. 780-674-6520 pump for farm chemicals, new; Westfield Barrhead, AB. 41’x6” PTO grain auger, hardly used. F RO N T M O U N T 3 P T H o f f C a s e / I H 306-536-7800, 306-443-2316, Alida, SK. MXZ180, very heavy duty, will fit other DEGELMAN 15’ ROTARY CUTTER, c/w models. Ryan 204-750-1477, Miami, MB. side arms. Ideal for custom cutters or municipalities. Used. Priced to sell 1999 JD RW 7210, with loader, 6500 $16,800. Call Flaman Sales, Saskatoon, hrs., asking $52,000. Call 250-347-9909, SK. 306-934-2121. Invermere, BC.

WIRELESS DRIVEWAY ALARMS, calving/ foaling barn cameras, video surveillance, rear view cameras for RV’s, trucks, combines, seeders, sprayers and augers. M o u n t e d o n m a g n e t . C a l g a r y, A B . 403-616-6610, EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: 2007 Renn grain bagger, Model RG10, 10’, $15,000; 2007 Richiger Extractor, 10’, $15,000; 2009 Brant grain cart 782, hyd. drive, tarp, $38,000; 1996 Kenworth (2004), $15,000; 2002 Lode-King tri-axle trailer, $30,000; 2005 MacDon 973, 36’ header, MacDon 873, 50 series adapter, $39,000; Brandt 13”x70’ auger; 2007 9860STS, 1000 motor hrs, 780 sep. hrs, $220,000; 2005 MacDon 2952I, 30’ swather, $80,000; 1989 Freightliner, new B&H, $20,000. For more info 306-577-7990, 306-453-6737, Carlyle, SK. 10’ STEEL SWATH roller, $1795 only 5 left! Call Flaman Sales in Saskatoon, SK, 306-934-2121.

GUARANTEED PRESSURE TREATED fence posts, lumber slabs and rails. Contact Lehner Wood Preservers Ltd., ask for Ron 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. 2008 WHEATHEART post pounder, 13 HP Honda engine, excellent condition, $7200. 306-292-7258, Saskatoon, SK. 1/4” TO 1/2” used wire rope suitable for fencing; also 1/4” stainless steel available. 403-237-8575, Calgary, AB. SPEEDRITE electric fencers and accessories. Protech Post Pounders. Lamb Acres, 306-725-4820, Bulyea, SK.

4T CONTRACTORS INC. See Custom Work. Call 306-329-4485, 306-222-8197, Asquith, SK. Email: SOLIDLOCK AND TREE ISLAND game wire and all accessories for installation. Heights SELLING: 4640 JD; 37’ Morris cultivator; from 26” to 120”. Ideal for elk, deer, bison, #360 30’ MF discer w/fert. seed box, 2- sheep, swine, cattle, etc. Tom Jensen, 15’; All good shape. Weyburn, SK. Phone Smeaton, SK., ph/fax 306-426-2305. 306-842-6226 or 306-861-2263 cell. CUSTOM FENCING. Now booking for ODESSA ROCKPICKER SALES: New De- 2011. Self-propelled pounder with auger gelman equipment, land rollers, Straw- attachment, barbwire, paige wire, rails. master, rockpickers, rock rakes, dozer Chris 306-931-3397, Saskatoon, SK. b l a d e s . P h o n e 3 0 6 - 9 5 7 - 4 4 0 3 , c e l l JK CUSTOM FENCING, will do barbed 306-536-5097, Odessa, SK. wire, high tensile, board fence or whatever SUNFLOWER HARVEST SYSTEMS. Call y o u n e e d . C a l l fo r p r i c i n g . J e b at for literature. 1-800-735-5848. Lucke Mfg., 306-961-8246 306-749-3440 Birch Hills SK TEXAS GATE, 20’, $2,000; 20,000’ of 7” 1999 JD 566 round baler, low hrs., steel pipe. Can deliver. 403-350-8431, $13,000; 2003 Southland GN trailer, Blackfalds, AB. $5500; 2007 GN 24’ stock trailer, exc. shape, $9000; Haybuster 2620 bale pro, CLEAN USED STEEL TUBING. Diameters good shape, $4000; Sitrex V-rake, H-90 from 1” to 2-7/8”. Also CONTINUOUS FENCE PANELS. Phone 780-955-9395, V10, $4000. 250-347-9909, Invermere BC Nisku, AB, CASE/IH 1680, approx. 3100 eng. hrs., Kirby spreader; 25’ 1010 header; Hesston CUSTOM FENCING and corral building, no 25’ 1200 PT swather. 306-374-7057, job too big or too small. 306-699-2327 or 306-699-7450, Qu’Appelle, SK. 306-221-2150 Saskatoon, SK. 1978 ST270 STEIGER, 6800 hrs, $17,000; 1002 NH bale wagon, $1250; ‘95 Chev 1/2 ton, $1750. 306-836-4412, Simpson, SK. MF 885 SWATHER c/w 21’ double swath PU, batt reels, 1528 hrs; CIH 12’ hydro swing haybine, field ready; 1997 Norbert 20’ gooseneck stock trailer w/mats, calf gate, center gate which can be angled for horses, unloading lights; Case 2590 tractor 4423 hrs.; Morris 631 HD cultivator; Morris L233 cult. 780-853-7653, Vermilion, AB. 1988 KUBOTA M7960, 83 HP, 4 WD, full cab, $24,000. Phone 250-347-9909, Invermere, BC. CCIL 9600 PT combine, shedded, good shape, $1000; Brandt 40x7 grain auger w/13 HP Honda motor, $1000; 6’ swath roller, steel, easy to extend, $250. Phone 306-781-4746, Zehner, SK. 1987 JD 7720 combine; Bourgault air seeder w/32” Special IHC cult.; 25” JD 610 deep tiller w/John Blue ammonia kit; Conveyair grain vac; Degelman stone picker. Binscarth MB. Ph. Cameron 204-847-2320. Email: JD MOWER, Versatile swather, International combine 304, JD hammermill. 306-364-4720, Jansen, SK.

DIESEL GENSET SALES AND SERVICE, 12 to 300 KW, lots of units in stock, used and new, Perkins, JD, Deutz. We also build custom gensets. We currently have special pricing on new 90 KW Perkins units. Call for pricing 204-792-7471, Winnipeg, MB.

LOWEST PRICES IN CANADA on new, high quality generator systems. Quality diesel generators, Winpower PTO tractor driven alternators, automatic / manual switch gear, and commercial duty Sommers Powermaster and Sommers / Winco portable generators and Home standby packages. 74 years of reliable service. Contact SomCORRAL POSTS, rails, second cut slabs, mers Generator Systems for all your genbull rails, lumber, poles, firewood. Phone erator requirements at 1-800-690-2396. Email: Online: 306-548-4711, Sturgis, SK. SOS CUSTOM FENCING. Timely, top quality agricultural fencing solutions. Will NEW AND USED generators, all sizes from t r a v e l . F o r b o o k i n g s c a l l S t a c e y 5 kw to 3000 kw, gas, LPG or diesel. Phone for availability and prices. Many used in 306-696-7697, Qu’Appelle, SK. stock. 204-643-5441, Fraserwood, MB. PLASTIC FENCE POSTS, 6’ pointed 4” round posts. Great for farm and ranch land, swamp land and elec. fencing. Made from household plastics. Call Crown Shred & Recycling, Regina, SK., 306-543-1766. EZ-GUIDE LIGHTBAR PLUS with screen, as new, in factory box. $1800 OBO. MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. same Visit us at: 306-873-7822, Tisdale, SK. Also see section #3560 Custom Work. SOLAR DOMESTIC HOT water systems; SPRUCE FIREWOOD $90/chord, delivery Photovoltaic power systems; Wind turavailable. Foulston Wood Products. Spirit- bines, horizontal and vertical axis. Patrick 403-280-9900, 403-589-1272, Calgary, AB wood, SK. 306-883-2241, 306-441-2644. JACK PINE, BIRCH FIREWOOD. Pick up or delivered. Bob 306-220-1278, Saskatoon, SK.

CUSTOM FIREWOOD PROCESSING, max block length 22”, cut and split into rough pile. $75/cord, travel costs extra. Firewood for sale: Tamarack, Poplar and Pine. $175/cord, delivery extra. Nipawin, SK. Ph. 306-862-3086 or 306-862-7831. WANTED: 40’ 9200 Bourgault cultivator BLOCKED SEASONED JACK Pine firewood with heavy trips. Call 204-534-6707, for sale. Contact Lehner Wood Preservers Killarney MB. Ltd., 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. Will WANTED: MASSEY 510 Western Special deliver. Self-unloading trailer. combine. 204-854-2560, Pipestone, MB. FIREWOOD: SEMI LOADS, self-unloading WANTED: SUITCASE front end weights for truck, or pick up on yard. Hague, SK. 2 WD John Deere tractor. Phone evenings: Phone: 306-232-4986, 306-212-7196. 306-287-3563, Watson, SK. FARMER WOULD LIKE 3010 JD for parts; Also a monitor for 530- 535 JD BALER. Phone 780-635-2232, Glendon, AB. WANTED: NEW HOLLAND bale wagons. Roeder Implement Inc . Seneca, KS, 785-336-6103.

GRAIN/PELLET BURNING STOVES, Grain Burning and Wood Burning outdoor furnaces. Prairie Fire Grain Energy, Bruno, SK. Ph. 306-369-2825. COLEMAN OUTDOOR COAL BOILER 2004 w/30 ton bin, 400,000 BTU, has heated 4600 sq. ft., $4500. 306-961-4350, 306-922-4294, St. Louis SK ENGA ENGINEERED AIR Model HE40, 4000 CFM, 12x12 fan size, 208 volts, 3 phase, circuit 20 amp, motor 3 HP, Design max temp. 75F, natural gas, max. BTU 519,200, min. BTU 26,667, used 3 months, $5000. 306-856-2040 or 306-260-5155, Milden, SK.

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, 306-763-8277, Prince Albert, SK. 2-7/8 OILFIELD TUBING (90 Joints), plus WANTED: OLD MOTORCYCLES, 1970’s Rebar and other steel. Offers. Anzac, AB, a n d e a r l i e r, r u n n i n g o r n o t . P h o n e 780-334-2650 eves., 780-799-2719 cell. 204-267-2431, Oakville, MB. WANTED: MF #36 DISCERS. Will pay top dollar and pick from anywhere. Cupar, SK. Email: or Phone 306-723-4875. WANTED: MF #36 DISCERS, all sizes, paying $100, will pick up. 306-259-4923, 306-946-9669, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. WANTED: Older and newer tractors, in running condition or for parts. Goods Used Tractor Parts, 1-877-564-8734. WANTED: 30’ self-propelled swather, with pickup reels. 306-755-2053, Tramping Lake, SK. WANTED: JD TRACTORS for salvage, prompt pickup, fair prices. G.S. Tractor Salvage, Blaine Lake, SK., 306-497-3535. JD 2360 SWATHER; Also JD 9690 combine. Must be in good condition. 306-678-2149, Hazlet, SK. WANTED: USED, BURNT, old or ugly tractors. Newer models too! Smith’s Tractor Wrecking, 1-888-676-4847.

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, 1999 586G CASE forklift, 4 WD, shuttle 780-842-5705, Wainwright, AB. shift, ROP’s 6000 lb. lift capacity, 3 stage mast, 30’ reach, $28,000. A. E. Chicoine OIL WELL TUBE: 2-3/8” or 2-7/8” $31, Farm Equip, 306-449-2255 Storthoaks, SK. 3-1/2” $39. Rod: 3/4” $5. Delivery in western Canada. Phone 1-888-792-6283. 2-7/8” OILFIELD TUBING, $30/joint, 2-3/8” dual lined tubing, $20/joint. Truckload quantities only. 306-861-1280, Weyburn, SK.

2001 CAT TH82 TELEHANDLER 24’ reach, 8000 lb, 5016 hrs, quick attach forks. $24,900. Trades accepted, financing ava i l a b l e . w w w. c o m b i n ew o r l d . c o m 1-800-667-4515.

30 JOINTS of 7” ringlock and 19 pair of 8” ringlock irrigation pipe, exc. cond. Phone Richard 306-662-2932, Maple Creek, SK.

ONE TIME FENCING, sucker rod fence posts for sale. 1-877-542-4979 AB or SK 1-888-252-7911.

WESTERN IRRIGATION LTD. Five good used pivots, 40 HP electric pumping unit, 1 PTO pump and pipe, 3 diesel pumping units. 2 Bauer traveling big guns, hard 2000 GRADALL 534D-6 TELEHAN- hose. We buy and sell new and used irrigaDLER, 36’ reach, 6000 lb, 3116 hrs, fork tion equip. 306-867-9461, Outlook, SK. tilt. $22,800. Trades accepted, financing ava i l a b l e . w w w. c o m b i n ew o r l d . c o m HOME OF THE ELECTROGATOR II. Renke centre pivots, lateral pivots, miniga1-800-667-4515. tors, travelling guns and new and used 1965 HYSTER FORKLIFT, 6500 lb. lift, pumps. Can design your system and in$ 2 9 0 0 O B O . 3 0 6 - 3 7 8 - 2 9 0 4 o r stall. Phone 306-858-7351 Lucky Lake, SK. 306-831-7668 cell, Elrose, SK. JD IRRIGATION PUMP portable, 6” 650 gal./min., 1/2 mile of 6” Camlock pipe, $6000 OBO. 306-476-2276, Rockglen, SK.

CUSTOM FENCING with rubber track Morooka, or self-propelled Heavy Hitter pounder. Contact Parkside Farm & Ranch, K e n n e d y, S K . 1 - 8 7 7 - 3 7 1 - 4 4 8 7 o r 306-577-7694, MILLS CUSTOM FENCING, all terrain. Will travel. Taking bookings. Earl Grey, SK, 306-726-7550, 306-939-2057. 5 x 1 0 P O RTA B L E C O R R A L PA N E L S starting at $55. 403-226-1722, 1-866-5178335, Calgary, AB,

HASKAP BUSHES FOR SALE All off the U of S new varieties plus our own Northern Jewel pollinator. 1 to 3 year old trees. Volume discounts available. We also carry plastic mulch and do custom planting with our GPS controlled combined all in one mulcher/planter/irrigation applicator. 306-749-7974 or Heavenly Blue Honeysuckle Orchards.

WANTED: EZEE-ON 3500 26’ cultivator with 8” spacing. 306-937-2061, Battleford, SK.

RAIN MAKER IRRIGATION: Zimmatic pivots/ Greenfield mini pivots, K-Line towable irrigation, spare parts/ accessories, new and used equipment. Custom designs to solve your specific irrigation needs. Rain Maker- experience you can trust. 306-867-9606, Outlook, SK. IRRIGATION TURBINE WATER PUMPS, 6-8”, 4 cyl. diesel, very efficient, 600-1000 gal./minute 403-878-6302, Burdett, AB.



GERLEI ANGUS SELLING performance and muscular yearling bulls. Semen tested and fully guaranteed. Delivery available. 306-424-2332, Montmartre, SK. DUSTY DEE FARM has for sale yearling and two year old Black Angus bulls. Call T&C TRACK SALES. Keep your pivot on Dwight 306-736-2996, Kipling, SK. the right track with Raaft tracks. You won’t find a better price! For a limited time we offer free installation. Call today! 403-795-0225, 403-394-6182, Lethbridge, RED ANGUS BULLS, calving ease, semen AB. tested, guaranteed breeders. Little de Ranch 306-845-2406, Turtleford, SK. THINKING OF IRRIGATING or moving water? Pumping units, 6” to 10” alum. pipe, wheel moves. Dennis, 403-308-1400, Taber, AB. 40 years of experience, not a Dealer. Email

LOVELAND RED ANGUS has bulls of all ages, in working condition, semen tested. Andrew 306-795-2710, Goodeve, SK. 2 YR. OLD AND YEARLING BULLS, semen tested and delivered. Guy Sampson, Davidson, SK. 306-567-4207. 60’ 3 PT LAND Pride mower, nice cond., $1200. 306-227-9228, Saskatoon, SK. QUIET QUALITY REGISTERED Angus bulls. Select from 30 two year olds or yearlings. Prices start at $1800. Many sired by a $30,000 AI herd sire, the number one cattleman’s choice. Semen testing guaranteed and delivery arranged. 306-272-4451 or 306-272-7841, Foam Lake, SK.

2002 KUBOTA DIESEL F3060, 768 hrs, c/w 72” rear discharge mower, always shedded, exc. cond., 4x4, and 72” side discharge mower, acc. hyd., PTO drive. Can deliver. Ph. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. FORD 1510 4WD diesel tractor, 22 HP, 566 hrs, like new, w/6’ flail mower, $8900. 306-846-2068, 780-672-6500, Wiseton, SK DEINES ZERO TURN commercial mowers, reconditioned: 1998 20 HP 72” front deck, 655 hrs., $6800; 2007 18 HP 60” front deck, 125 hrs., $6500. Green Acres Lawn Equipment, 204-785-8081, St Andrews MB

SOUTH VIEW RANCH Red and Black Angus yearling and 2 year old bulls for sale. Performance and carcass data. Semen tested. Delivery avail. Keith 306-454-2730 or Shane 306-454-2688, Ceylon, SK. 15- 2 YEAR old and yearling bulls, many f r o m A I s i r e s , d e l i v e r y av a i l a b l e . 306-773-6633, Swift Current, SK. TWO YR. OLDS AND YEARLING BULLS. Semen tested and delivered. Triple H Red Angus, 306-723-4832, Cupar, SK. 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. WWW.KCCATTLECO.COM Yearling and 2 year old bulls, calving ease, semen tested, delivered. Colin Palmer, Saskatoon, SK 306-290-8431.

NEW HEAVY DUTY ROTARY MOWERS- 7’ $3299, 10’ pull type, $6299, 10’ 3 pt hitch, $4599 (only 1 left!). Also avail 5’ mower $1265, finishing mowers and tillers. Call your nearest Flaman store or call 1-888-435-2626

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. RED AND BLACK Angus bulls, 12-18 mos. To m W a r d 3 0 6 - 6 6 8 - 4 3 3 3 o r C l a r k 306-931-3824, Saskatoon, SK. RED ANGUS YEARLING and 2 yr. old bulls for sale, low birth. Nordal Angus, NURSERY TREE BLOW-OUT!!! Great Simpson, SK., Rob Garner, 306-946-7946. prices on wide variety of trees. Call 403-887-0008, Sylvan Lake, AB. 3’- 5’ WALKER POPLARS, also Northwest and Okanese Poplars in containers. $5 ea. Please call 306-229-9474, Saskatoon, SK. KORVAN SASKATOON berry harvester. Water cooled SP over the row, Volkswagen dsl., hydrostatic drive. Will harvest many other bush type fruits- raspberries, currants, cherries, etc. Good working cond. $34,900 OBO. Dave or Monica, Calmar, AB, phone 780-919-7101.



“ANDREWS POLLED BRAHMANS” the gentlest cattle on earth. Make plans to attend our field day and private treaty sale August 13, 2011. Contact us for cows, calves, bulls, semen and embryos. Email Irricana, AB. 403-935-4478.


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CHAROLAIS BULLS, 2 yr. olds and yearlings, polled and horned, tans and white. Call Howard 306-887-4308, Weldon, SK.

D&L PLEWIS CHAROLAIS Have a very good selection of polled yearling bulls with French influence. Swift Current, SK. Call w w w.foothills lives Darwin 306-750-7650 or 306-773-8181. 2 YR. old and yearling bulls, polled, Roc k y M ou n ta in Hou s e , AB REG. growthy, calving ease and very quiet. Semen test and delivered. Qualman Charolais, 306-492-4634, Dundurn, SK. SELLING: BLACK ANGUS bulls. Wayside POLLED PB 2 yr old and yearling Charolais Angus, Henry and Bernie Jungwirth, bulls, some red factor. Call King’s Polled Charolais 306-645-4383, 306-645-2955, 306-256-3607, Cudworth, SK. 306-435-7116 cell, Rocanville, SK. 25 BLACK and 6 Red Angus yearling bulls, $1800 each. Also some Black and REG. CHAROLAIS BULLS, 2 year olds and Red Angus 2 yr. old bulls. Merlin Scott, yearlings, polled and horned, some red. Quiet bulls. Hand fed but not overfed. May 204-835-2087 204-496-0004 McCreary MB select from 40 plus bulls. Sold by private REGISTERED YEARLING ANGUS BULLS, treaty only. Call Wilf, Cougar Hill Ranch, sired by Upward and Freight Train. David 306-728-2800, 306-730-8722, Melville, SK McLean, Arcola, SK. 306-455-2503. CHAROLAIS BULLS FOR sale, yearlings and SELECTED Quiet, quality two yr. old Black 2 year olds. Walking Plow Charolais. Angus purebred bulls. Reasonably priced. 204-427-2589, Woodmore, MB. Phone 306-272-4451, cell: 306-272-7841, WHITECAP CHAROLAIS yearling bulls, Foam Lake, SK. semen tested fully guaranteed. Moose Jaw 57 YOUNG COWS, ALL HOME RAISED, SK. Mike 306-631-8779 or 306-691-5011. mostly Black Angus with end April/ May 2 YR. OLD AND YEARLING BULLS, semen calves, $1700 pair. Rick 306-427-4950 or tested and delivered. Guy Sampson, David306-883-9401, Shell Lake, SK. son, SK. 306-567-4207. No Res triction s ; Pu rcha s e a n d m a rk etin g - You rchoice

PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS long yearling bulls, bred heifers, replacement heifers and second calvers, A1 Service. Meadow Ridge Enterprises, 306-373-9140, Saska- DISPERSAL: DEXTER HERD, 80 cow/calf pairs, open heifers, and 1, 2, and 3 yr. old toon, SK. bulls. 403-845-5763, Rocky Mt. House, AB. BLACK ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE, Yearlings and two year olds, semen tested, guaranteed breeders, delivery available. 306-287-3900, POLLED YEARLING AND 2 year old bulls 306-287-8006, Englefeld, SK. for sale. Selin’s Gelbvieh, 306-793-4568, 6 YEARLING ANGUS BULLS, semen tested, Stockholm, SK. $2500. Glennie Bros. Angus, Carnduff, SK. 2 YR. AND YEARLING Gelbvieh and Black Phone 403-862-7578 Angus bulls for sale, 35 to choose from, MIDNITE OIL CATTLE CO. selling reg. deposit will hold. Semen checked, delivery y e a r l i n g b u l l s . 3 0 6 - 7 3 4 - 2 8 5 0 o r available. 306-997-4917, Borden, SK. 306-734-7675, Craik, SK. PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS yearling and 2 year old bulls for sale. Priced to sell. JOHNER STOCK Farm Bulls, Polled HereCall Ken Schumacher, Double Bar S Angus, fords, 2 yrs and yearlings, delivered. Maidstone, SK, 306- 893-2714, 306-893-2667. 306-493-2308, Delisle, SK.

BULLS - GREAT SELECTION, including “Surefire Heifer Bulls”, most de-horned, various ages. PB females, any age. We deliver. 37 years breeding. 780-696-3878, Breton, AB

LAKEVIEW LAND & CATTLE CO. looking to buy all classes of cattle directly from the farm. No commission. No freight. Low shrink. We pay the same day cattle are weighed. Bonded and licensed in SK. No herd is too small. Give us a call, Matt Veer EXCELLENT SELECTION OF 2 yr. old Polled 306-728-1582 or 306-786-2888. and Horned Hereford bulls. Deposit holds until breeding season. Delivery avail. Brian RK AN IM AL S UPPL IES ca rryin g Longworth, Harris, SK., 306-656-4542. POLLED HEREFORD BULLS and 16 young cows with calves. Glennethy Farms, Russell, MB. 204-773-3866, 204-773-3711.

FRESH AND SPRINGING heifers for sale. Cows and quota needed. We buy all classes of slaughter cattle-beef and dairy. R&F Livestock Inc. Bryce Fisher, Warman, SK. Phone 306-239-2298, cell 306-221-2620.

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CAIN QUAM HORSE Clinics. Horsemanship, July 22, 23, 24. Colt starting: August 19, 20, 21. 306-424-2034, Kendal SK. CANADIAN FARRIER SCHOOL: Gary Johnston, Email Phone: 403-359-4424, Calgary, AB. YEARLING AND 2 yr. old golden Palomino gelding colts, $750 each firm. Both lead, tie and load. The 2 yr. old has been bridled THE LIVERY STABLE, for harness sales and and has ground work done, ready to start. repairs. 306-283-4580, 306-262-4580, 403-565-2347, Empress, AB. Langham, SK.

COMPLETE SET SHOW harness for heavy horses, like new, $2000. 306-723-4742, REG. PERCHERON YOUNG black brood- 306-726-8114, Cupar, SK. mares bred Percheron; 6 yr. old reg. black GEORGE’S HARNESS & SADDLERY, makers stallion; 2011 black fillies; 2010 black stud of leather and nylon harness. Custom sadSELLING REGISTERED Holstein heifers, WANTED: CULL COWS for slaughter. For colts. Buyer must pay health permit and dles, tack, collars, neck yoke, double trees. d u e S e p t a n d O c t . H a r r y M a r t e n s , bookings call Kelly at Drake Meat Proces- coggins. 701-226-3412, Bismarck, ND. Box 29, Ryley, AB, T0B 4A0, 780-663-3611 sors, 306-363-2117, ext. 111, Drake, SK. 306-239-4902 or 306-222-0322, Osler, SK. M I L K Q U OTA A N D DA I RY H E R D S NEEDED Fresh cows and heifers avail. ToTHREE WELL STARTED 3 yr. olds for sale. tal Dairy Consulting. Tisdale, SK. Rod York Own sons of Especiallysmart peppy, 306-873-7428, Larry Brack 306-220-5512. Highbrow sanpeppy, poco torcido. 1 loud colored black and white, 1 black w/4 LARGE GROWTHY QUIET Holstein and Brown Swiss bred heifers, due August until MOOSE MOUNTAIN RANCH Annual sox, 1 dun. All are very well put together, great confirmation, dispositions and the September Showcase Production Sale December; Also 20 yearling Holstein and Brown Swiss heifers, recently bred AI. September 10, 2011 11:00 AM, Heartland breeding speaks for itself. Will be started Livestock Services, Regina, SK. Over 60 heading this fall if not sold. Can ride an204-759-2710, Shoal Lake, MB. foals will be on offer. These foals are from other month for free if spoken for and half top working bloodlines and ranch raised in down, $4000 each OBO. 780-781-0902, the Moose Mountains. Catalogues will be Heisler, AB GOOD SELECTION of stout yearling and 2 available on-line at For more 10 YEAR OLD 16 HH black and white paint STAGECOACH made to Concord specs, yr old red and black bulls, good disposition information contact Bob or Lois Brickley gelding, would make ideal pasture horse. $23,500. 780-853-2031 or 780-581-4035, and calving ease. Qually-T Limousin, Rose 306-538-4312, Pauline 306-424-7101 or Used for roping. Other horses available. Vermilion, AB. Brennin at Heartland 306-757-3601. Valley SK, 306-322-4755 or 306-322-7554. 403-701-1548, Strathmore, AB. TWO HIGH WHEELED wooden wagons: 1 RED AND BLACK Polled Limousin bulls SINCLAIR’S FLYING S RANCH 4th Annual 5 YR. OLD REG. APPENDIX GELDING, has 1-1/2” wheels, $1800; Other has Summer Spectacular Production Sale. Aug. good start on barrel pattern, roped off, 2-1/2”, $2000. Both in good condition. for sale. Nordal Limousin, Simpson, SK., 6, 2011, 2:00 PM at the ranch, of Spruce quiet conformation, solid disposition, 780-698-2650, Nestow, AB. Rob Garner, 306-946-7946. Lake, SK. 43 head of one owner horses in- $6500. Call 780-808-1678, Blackfoot, AB. HORSE COLLARS, all sizes; Steel and alucluding broke horses, broodmares, foals and yearlings. Proven AQHA and APHA 9 YEAR OLD 15.2 HH black gelding. Experi- minum horseshoes. We ship anywhere. working bloodlines. 306-845-4440 or view ence working cattle and dragging calves. Keddie’s 1-800-390-6924. BIG ISLAND LOWLINES Farmfair Int. website: In color at Has been hauled lots. Catches and loads COVERED WAGON, mounPremier Breeder. Fullblood/percentage, easily. Pictures and bloodlines available on CHUCKWAGON, wagon, $1000 each. 306-642-4632, Black/Red Carrier, females, bulls, red request. $3000. 306-629-7689, Morse, SK. tain 306-642-5236, Assiniboia, SK. fullblood semen, embryos. 780-486-7553 BAR HEART RANCH HORSE SALE, Au- Darrell, 780-434-8059 Paul, Edmonton AB. gust 6, 2011. Offering 30 ranch broke PUREBRED QUARTER HORSE MARE, broke geldings, 1 black yearling stallion pros- to ride, Lena’s Lockett, $2000. Vermilion, pect, 3 yearling geldings, 3 mares w/foals. AB. Phone 780-853-2031, 780-581-4035. SADDLE MAKING SCHOOL. Various For more info call 780-754-2296 or view courses available. Book now for October CANADIAN MAINE-ANJOU Association. catalogue at Irma, AB. and save. Call Rod 780-576-2756, NewPower, performance and profit. For info on brook, AB. Maine-Anjou genetics 403-291-7077, Cal- 3RD ANUAL PRAIRIE HARVEST Horse Sale Sun., August 14 at Johnstone Auction gary, AB. or Mart, Moose Jaw SK. Accepting entries until the first week of July for any types or breeds - ranch, pleasure, show, brood 1 AND 2 yrs. Saler bulls. Red, black, and mares, yearlings, 2 and 3 yr. olds, teams, tan, guaranteed and delivery available, for etc. Entry is online at: COMMERCIAL DORPER/DORPER CROSS heifers or cows. 780-924-2464, Alberta or call Scott Johnstone: 306-631-0767 or Glen Gabel: 306-536-1927 BREEDERS: The Canadian Dorper Sheep Beach, AB. Assoc. wants to put you and potential buyCANDIAC AUCTION MART Regular Horse ers together. We’ve expanded our website Sale, Sat., August 6th. Tack at 10:30, Horsto include a commercial producer listing es at 1:30. Each horse, with the exception service. $10.00 fee per year. Website get FOR SALE OR RENT: Red, black and full- of colts must have a completed EID. Go to approx. 2000 hits/month. Mail payment blood Simmental bulls. A.I. breeding, se- the website to info to: Dave Ellison, 5997 Gardi Road, men tested, reasonable prices. Phone Dale get the form. For more info contact CUTTER ME A PEPPY 16.1 HH golden Palo- and Kamloops, BC. V1S 2A1 or contact Dave at 780-853-2223, Vermilion, AB. 306-424-2967. mino QH stallion. Grandson of Mr San Pep- 250- 828-2390. py, DNA tested for color, produces colored PRINCE ALBERT All Breed Horse & colts. Athletic, gentle, saddled but not ridTack Sale, Tuesday August 23. Tack 2:00 den. Gentleman with the mares and foals. 20 SPECKLE PARK cross PAIRS! Cows are p.m. Horses to follow. Open to broke hors- Can arrange delivery. $3500. Must sell! WHITE ROMANOV/CHAROLAIS ewe lambs either speckled or white with black points. es (halter or riding). Sale conducted at 403-565-2347, Empress, AB. for sale. 780-967-0316, Onoway, AB. All home raised. Complete herd health Prince Albert Exhibition Grounds. To conprogram. All cows under 5 yrs old! 20 pairs sign call Frederick, 306-227-9505 or go to: WELL BROKE QH, 11 yrs. old, excellent and 1 bull (YOU PICK your BULL out of 3) Member of ranch horse, fast walker, done it all, roping, cattle sorting, ranch work, $4500. selling for $40,000 OBO. Must See! Call SAA, MAA, AAA. WANTED FEEDER LAMBS and goats. 780-205-0576, Lloydminster, AB. Cindy at 403-575-2732, Coronation, AB. HORSE SALE: Thurs., Aug. 4, Johnstone Any size. Call Wayne at 306-883-8948, Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. 2:00 PM 4 YR. OLD Percheron QH cross, green Spiritwood, SK. tack sells; 4:00 PM horses sell. All classes broke, 15.4 HH, great ranch or driving accepted to sale time. 306-693-4715. horse, great temperament, easy keeper, ALL CLASSES OF SHEEP and goats; Buying ALBERTA TEXAS LONGHORN Assoc. PL #914447. all breeds. 306-978-9723 or 306-229-6147 $1200 OBO. 306-493-3058, Vanscoy, SK. 780-387-4874, Leduc, AB. For more inforcell. QUIET and GENTLE 5 yr. old Dunn geldmation. ing used for all types of ranch work incl. REG. TEXAS LONGHORN bulls. Good selecroping. Very well mannered, excellent ride tion of yearlings and 2 yr. olds. Also all EYE CATCHING 3 yr. old PB Arabian filly. for even, novice or older rider. Has never classes of breeding stock for sale. Call Green broke to ride and would make an bucked. Ph. 306-867-2115, Broderick, SK. Dean at Panorama Ranch, 403-391-6043, exc. kids horse. 306-595-4591, Pelly SK AQHA FOALS, started geldings, 3 in 1 SHEEP DEVELOPMENT BOARD offers Stauffer, AB. packages, cutting, reining bloodlines. $400 extension, marketing services and a full and up. Prices negotiable. Demyen Quarter 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 . 306-933-5200, Saskatoon, SK. Horses, 306-699-2989, Qu’Appelle, SK TEAM 3 YEAR Old Belgian geldings, well 18 WELSH BLACK HEIFERS, most pure- matched and mannered, mature to 17 HH, bred and registrable, a few WB/British. 2000 lbs., hooked about 20 times, $5000. Raised in a natural rotational grazing pro- Can email pics. 306-744-2340 Saltcoats SK WILL TRADE REGISTERED QHs, different gram, no grain or chemicals. Weaned mid ages, sex and color for round bales of hay March 2011. Open now, WB bull goes out BELGIAN YOUNG ROAN broodmares bred or feed grain. 306-345-2132, Pense, SK. mid July. Can deliver. 780-864-3150, Percheron; also Belgian cross stud colts. BUYING WILD BOAR ALL SIZES, highest Buyer must pay health permit and coggins. WWW.ELLIOTTCUTTINGHORSES.COM $$$ paid. Canadian Heritage Foods, call email Spirit River, AB. 701-226-3412, Bismarck, ND. 35 Plus years of training, showing, sales, Ralph or Greg at 1-877-226-1395. clinics, lessons. Clifford and Sandra Elliott. NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR WILD Paynton, SK. Phone 306-895-2107. BOAR for the meat market, Winnipeg, MB. CATTLE FINANCING available for feedSTUNNING 6 yr. old FRIESIAN STALLION Call 514-643-4447 for pricing. er cattle and bred heifers/cows. Com- YEARLING MAMMOTH JACKS. Can be PB, 15.3 HH, imported from UK in 2010, petitive interest rates. Contact Marjo- viewed at used for stud, foals can be seen. Asking rie Blacklock, Stockmens Assistance on the for sale page. Priced to sell. $10,000. Ph. 306-435-2786, Wawota, SK. Corp., 306-931-0088, Saskatoon, SK. 204-535-2141, Baldur, MB. BROKE TEAM OF SORREL AND white paint 7 WEANER PIGS, $60 each or $350 for all. 150 BLACK and Red Angus good quality half draft geldings. Quiet, used in sleigh- Call 306-427-2050, Shell Lake, SK. young bred cows. 306-773-1049, Swift rides and for chores. Phone for more info. BRED GILTS for sale, $250 to $350; Duroc Current, SK. 204-854-2912, Pipestone, MB. Yorkshire cross, from good sows and big AMHA AND AMHR reg. horses, two bred H E R D D I S P E R S A L : 90 Angus cross mares for sale, one black, one bay, due to TRIM BOSS: The Power Hoof Trimmer. litters. Raymore, SK. area 306-835-5297. cow/calf pairs. 780-322-2388, Nampa, AB. foal in May; Three geldings, one black, one Take the work out of hoof trimming. Trim bay, one chocolate with blonde mane and wall, sole and flare on saddle horses, BERKSHIRE, TAMWORTH CHESTER HERD DISPERSAL: Approx. 80 Charolais tail, all are quiet, easy to trim, quiet hors- drafts and minis. Call 780-388-2222, Alder White boars and gilts. Delivery avail. to SK cross bred cows. Due to calve March/12. es. 306-668-9912, Saskatoon, SK. AB, BC at cost. Wayne, Lee, and Troy ColFlats, AB. Bred to Angus and Charolais bulls. Can lingridge 204-828-3317, 204-750-1493, pasture until snowfall. Selling due to BROKE TEAM OF dapple gray geldings, 36” TWO BLACK Percheron Standardbred geld- 204-750-2759, St. Claude, MB. ings and two black mares; Friesian Stanhealth. 204-372-6005 leave message, h i g h , 5 a n d 7 y r s . o l d f o r s a l e . dardbred bay mare; Arab Standardbred 204-739-6323 cell, Fisher Branch, MB. 403-404-3094, Standard, AB. strawberry roan gelding; Grullo Fjord StanMULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. dardbred mare; Steel grey Haflinger StanVisit us at: dardbred mare; Well matched team of HaAlso see section #3560 Custom Work. flinger Standardbred mares. Humboldt, SK. BLACK MORGAN GELDING, halter broke, 2 Phone 306-682-2899. 100 COW CALF pairs for sale. Moosomin, yrs. old. Many more available. Vermilion, DOWNSIZING FLOCK: One pair tufted SK. Call 306-435-6910. QH/ MORGAN 9 yr. old mare, 14 HH, ex- Roman geese, $125; One pair Pomeranian AB. Phone 780-853-2031, 780-581-4035. tremely athletic. She’s been used in 4-H geese, $125; Several rare breeds of ducks, 65 BLACK ANGUS cross Maine pairs, for last 3 yrs., excels in English and West- $75/pair or $100/trio. Hodges Farm, bred to Maine bulls, easy calvers, 3-7 yrs. ern. Suited perfectly for Dressage. She is 306-254-2678, Dalmeny, SK. old, $1800/pair. Will pasture until fall. quick and responsive, best suits a BROKE TEAMS. Call Greg at 780-632-1177 VERY 403-684-3594, 403-601-9652, Blackie, AB. smaller advanced rider. She’s too quick for or 780-658-2415, Vegreville, AB. a beginner. Pics and video avail. Reason 200 PAIRS, reds and blacks. May 15th for selling- daughter has outgrown her. CARFIO HATCHERY. Pheasants; Wild turcalving start. Herd health program. Stout Call Sherry 780-875-8794, Lloydminster, keys; Guinea Fowl; Partridges; Bobwhites; calves. $2000. 306-634-7301, Estevan, SK. AB, or email Jumbo Quails; Ducks; White Geese; Spe16 OPEN REPLACEMENT heifers, Gelbvieh 5 YR. OLD mare, black and white, 14.5 HH, cialty geese and ducks; Broiler chicks; Banvery sound, has worked in feedlot, $2000. breeding, $1075 each. 306-364-4210, Jantams and large Heritage breeds. 306-752-3958, Melfort, SK. sen, SK. 1-877-441-0368, FLYING GRAIN FED common pigeons for G O O D YO U N G C O W / C A L F PA I R S , BLACK AND WHITE Paint mare, broke to mostly reds and blacks. Ph. 204-385-3646, ride and drive, $2000. 780-853-2031, CERTIFIED FARRIER. Holdfast, SK. Call training dogs. Wanted: Fancy Pigeons. Ph. 780-581-4035, Vermilion, AB. 306-563-6324 evenings, Canora, SK. Jacob at: 306-488-4408. Austin, MB.


NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR Ostrich MARKET LEADERS, ANDRES EXPORTS for the meat market, Winnipeg, MB. Phone is buying all classes of bison. Dean 514-643-4447 for pricing. 306-224-2088 at Windthorst, SK. TOP CANADIAN DOLLARS, Canadian Rangeland Bison is buying all classes of bison for our growing well established markets in North America and Europe. Why pay any broker or membership fees, we proudly process exclusively in Canada only. Prompt payment, book with Armin or Tara 1-877-844-2231, Lacombe, AB. or email us at SUNGOLD SPECIALTY MEATS. New company is seeking a continuous supply of grain fed and grass fed Bison. Randy Smith, 1-800-363-6602. 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. HI-HOG MANUAL BISON squeeze for sale. Phone 780-888-2245, Hardisty, AB PURCHASING ALL AGES and classes of Bison. Prompt payment. Bruce, Youngstown, AB. 403-651-7972 or 403-779-2218. WOULD LIKE to buy all ages or classes of bison with immediate payment. Contact Cliff at 780-388-3324, Buck Lake, AB. FOR SALE: Proven Bison breeding stock. Wood Cross, Pure Wood, Pure Plains, all ages, both sexes. Kirkwall Moor Ranch and Consulting, Marshall L. Patterson D.V.M. 306-694-1759, Moose Jaw, SK. WANTED: CULL BISON cows and bulls for slaughter. Call Kelly at Drake Meat Processors, 306-363-2117 ext. 111, Drake, SK. BUYING ALL CLASSES of feeder bison and cows. Contact Dave 780-592-2288 or cell. 780-853-0946, Mannville, AB.

YAK BULLS, YEARLINGS and cow/calf pairs for sale. 403-442-2277, Huxley, AB.

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STEEL VIEW MFG.: 30’ portable windbreaks, HD self-standing panels, silage/ hay bunks, feeder panels. Quality portable WANTED: BUFFALO WOOL, mainly beige p a n e l s at a f fo r d a b l e p r i c e s . S h a n e and reddish beige. Phone: 306-842-5060, 306-493-2300, Delisle, SK. Weyburn, SK. SILVER STREAM SHELTERS: 30x72 single steel frame cover kit, $4700; 38x100 truss, $11,900. Replacement tarps for any brand, patch kits, rope webbing and ratchets. Call 1-877-547-4738.

ATTENTION LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS: 5 bar panels, 30’; 30’ windbreak panels; 30’ silage bunks; 30’ all steel grain troughs; 30’ bale shredder bunks; 20’ Texas gates and round bale feeders. Weld on and bolt on clamps for sucker rod and pipe, 3/4” to 3-1/2”. Will build equipment to your specs. Delivery available. Authorized dealer for feed box, pallet and grain feeders. Also handle complete line of wood and steel fence posts and rough cut lumber. Authorized dealer for Sakundiak grain bins. We manufacture hopper cones. Phone: 306-538-4487, K e n n e d y, SK. CALL YOUNG’S EQUIPMENT Inc. for all your livestock equipment needs. Regina, PRO-CERT ORGANIC SYSTEMS Royalty free organic certifier. Family owned, expe80 IDEAS for low cost cattle corrals, plus SK. 1-800-803-8346, Ask for Ron or Kevin. rienced, affordable. Phone 306-382-1299 One-Man layouts, 120 diagrams; free look! or email Saskatoon SK. CANADA ORGANIC CERTIFIED by OCIA 2005 FARM AID mixer wagon, 1000 Canada. The ultimate in organic integrity PTO, stored inside, used 2 seasons, like for producers, processors and brokers. Call new cond. 306-778-2533 Swift Current, SK Ruth Baumann, 306-682-3126, Humboldt, SK,,


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QUALITY BREEDING STOCK for sale. Pure Wood and Wood crosses, two year old females and males. Call Ryan 306-646-7743, CONTERRA ARENA RAKE for ATV’s and Fairlight, SK. quads. Excellent for arena, ground and shelter belt maintenance. Starting at $1995. Conterra manufactures over 150 attachments. Call 1-877-947-2882 or view FULL LINE DEER EQUIPMENT: Approx. on-line 18,000’ of 8’ deer fence, steel and wood posts and gates, deer self-feeders, 1 ton MANURE SPREADERS: Meyers 550, plastic tank, steel frame, deer squeeze. $11,900; JD 780 hydrapush, $8500; NH Phone 403-634-1800, Taber, AB. 800, $9000; NH 195, $5500; New Idea 3634, $4500; Betterbuilt 3150 slurry $3900. Loaders: new Allied 2795, $4500; JD 260, $3500; DuAll 340, $2000; DuAll TOP DOLLARS for elk delivered to Cana- 320, $1500. 204-857-8403, Portage la dian Rangeland Elk, Lacombe, AB. We are Prairie, MB. looking for year round supply for our growing meat markets. No membership o r b r o ke r fe e s , p l e a s e c a l l T h o m a s 1-866-497-0078 or 1-877-844-2231. SELLING MASSIVE HARD HORNED TROPHY BULL, 6X7, 505 - 525 SCI, potential world record. Randy Wehrkamp, 306-277-4203 evenings, Gronlid, SK. ATTENTION ELK PRODUCERS in AB. and SK.: AWAPCO is paying $7.10/kg. hot hanging. (Average cows $750 to $900 and bulls $1300 to $1600). Give us a call today to discuss how AWAPCO can work for you 780-980-7589. Non-Members welcome.

PORTABLE SOLAR WATER SYSTEM, 24 volt pump, 200’ of hose, 4400 gal. tank; Norac 8’x14’ livestock scale; 50- 8’ concrete fence line feed bunks. Phone 306-743-5352, DO YOU STILL HAVE ELK? We need them 306-743-7099, Langenburg, SK. for local meat market. Call Dorian, Bambi BALE PROCESSOR, Bale King Vortex Elk Ranch, 306-428-2823, Choiceland, SK. 2000, $7200. 780-973-6440, Edmonton, NORTHFORK IS LOOKING FOR ELK for AB. the meat market. Winnipeg, MB. Call: NH 795 TA double chain manure spreader, 514-643-4447 for pricing. $7250; NH 697 TA single beater manure ELK VALLEY RANCHES selling 2010 spreader, $4800. 204-525-4521, Minitoyearling female elk, 450 point genetics. nas, MB. Phone Frank 780-846-2980, Kitscoty, AB HIGHLINE 7000 HD bale processor, used or email to very little, $9500. 306-228-3060, Unity, SK

GOAT HERD DISPERSAL: 250 does, 7 bucks, approx. 100 Jan. kids and 200 April/May kids, 2 donkeys, 2 llamas. Mostly Boer and Boer Lamancha cross. All goat related equipment. Serious inquiries only. 204-734-0241 204-238-4618 Bowsman MB

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WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE!!! 1/2” 500 ft. spool of cable, $1.00/ft; 5/8” square solid bar $.40/ft; 1-1/16” square solid bar, $.70/ft; 5/16” round alum. rod, $.20/ft; 5/8” round alum. rod, $.75/ft; 1/4” square alum. rod, $.10/ft. Moose Jaw, SK. Contact:

NORTHFORK BISON is looking for all ages, classes and finished Bison. Prompt payment. Winnipeg, MB. Call 888-422-0623 for pricing.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO start your own goat dairy. For sale from CAE free healthy herd, 70 milking does, 30 bred doelings due Sept., 30 doelings ready to breed, 30 doelings 3-6 months old. 780-789-0002, Warburg, AB.

CLASSIFIED ADS 57 Heavy Duty 24’ PANELS, WINDBREAKS, bale feeders, calf shelters and more for sale. Inquire: 403-704-3828, Rimbey, AB, or MORAND CATTLE SQUEEZE, palpation cage, tub, alleys, various HD panels, calving pen. Custom built heavy 5 bar corral fence panels. 403-279-4767, Calgary, AB.

SUPER 1049 NH SP bale wagon, hauls 160 bales, in good cond. Phone 306-497-2917, Blaine Lake, SK. SOLAR WEST portable pumping stations; MORAND livestock equipment; Portable windbreaks; Custom built panels and gates. Delivery available. 1-866-354-7655, 2 HAGEDORN 275 manure spreaders, 450 bu., 2 beaters, good shape, $11,000 ea.; Meyers 3250 manure spreader, 450 bu. mounted on 1954 Int. truck, $20,000. 306-843-2062, 306-843-7594, Wilkie, SK.

ORGANIC PRODUCTION CONTRACTS avail for brown flax. Contact Growers International. 306-652-4529, Saskatoon, SK.

GOT GRAIN FOR SALE? Hard Red Spring Wheat, Durum, Oats, Feed Barley, Flax, Mustard. Call Growers International today 306-652-4529, Saskatoon, SK.


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LASSIE COLLIE PUPPIES for sale. Ready to go July 12th. 1 male, 4 females left. All with full collars. 306-675-4437, Ituna, SK. or email: GIANT SCHNOODLE PUPS, ready to go, vet checked, $600. 306-656-4464, Harris, SK. GREAT DANE PUPS, black, 1st shots, ready to go, $600 OBO. 306-656-4464, Harris, SK. PUREBRED CHOCOLATE LAB puppies. $ 4 0 0 . Ve t c h e c k e d , f i r s t s h o t s . 306-962-4436, 306-962-7568, Eston, SK. MINIATURE AUSSIE DOODLES, ready to go after July 2nd, 1st shots, $450. 306-656-4464, Harris, SK. LASSIE PUPPIES FOR SALE: $200/each. Great with kids. Herbert, SK. phone 306-784-2213.

Love Is Possible... Camelot Introductions is a successful Matchmaking Service serving MB and SK. All clients are interviewed in person. We have 18 years experience and have matched 1000’s of people. Interviews in SK are being held July 15-17. Call now to book your appointment with award winning Matchmaker. Must be non- 3 FEMALE BORDER COLLIE Heeler pups, 4 smoker and able to pass criminal check. months old, all heel, started on bulls, $150 w w w. c a m e l o t i n t r o d u c t i o n s . c o m each. 306-553-2260, Swift Current, SK. 204-888-1529. BORDER COLLIE pups both parents exc. working dogs. Used in community pasture. 306-883-2453 aft. 6 PM, Spiritwood, SK. COLORED GREAT PYRENEES pups, 1st shots, wormed and vet checked. Parents EXPLOSIVES CONTRACTOR- Beaver work on cattle and ewe ranch, possible redams, rocks, stumps. Reasonable rates. bate from stock protection program, $250 Northwest Demolition, Radisson, SK, ea. For more info. 306-595-2274, Pelly, SK 306-827-2269, 306-827-7835. BORDER COLLIE PUPS for sale. Born April 10th, 2 females white and black, 2 females black with white markings. Have had shots and dewormed. Ready to go. Pierson, MB. 204-634-2587 or 204-649-2262. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD PUPS from reg. and working parents, red and blue merles, black and red tri’s, $300 each. 306-782-5852, Yorkton, SK. GREAT PYRENEES pups raised w/sheep, both working parents, exc. livestock guardians, $250. 306-646-2151, Maryfield, SK. PUREBRED AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD pups (ASCA eligible). Born May 11. Parents and grandparents all working dogs. Tails docked and first shots. $500 OBO. Phone 306-489-2294, Alameda, SK. BLUE HEELER PUPPIES, ready to go June 30th. For more information, please phone 306-753-2259, Macklin, SK.

SPRINGER SPANIEL PUPS and English Cocker Pups, field bred, 14 wks old, 3 sets of shots, will make great hunting companions: 306-945-2114 Waldheim, SK.

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BLUE HEELER PUPS, 3 males, 3 females, all have black on their eyes, great working dogs, $250. Contact Ray at 807-548-2062, Kenora, ON., HEELER PUPS FOR SALE: One blue female, one blue male, 2 red males. Great companion/working/guard dogs. Parents are great with all kids. Pups are socialized. $200/each. 306-745-2021 evenings and weekends. Esterhazy, SK. PURE HEELER PUPS out of excellent working parents, reds and blues, ready to go immediately, $100. Deliveries can be made as far as Airdrie, AB mid July. Phone 204-851-5234, Pipestone, MB.

CARDIGAN CORGI PUPPIES, ready to go July 15, reg. black-tri and black and white, $500. Make excellent family pets and will do agility and herding. Call 204-532-2360, BLUE HEELER PUPS, both parents good BUYING ORGANIC RYE, brown flax, yellow Russell, MB. Email: working cattle dogs, 1st shots, dewormed, flax and other grains, CGC bonded, payready, $100. 306-682-3578, Humboldt, SK CKC REGISTERED Golden Retriever pups, ment on the driveway. Vandaele Seeds Ltd., Box 144, Medora, MB, R0M 1K0. first shots and microchipped, ready to go. 306-836-4430, Simpson, SK. Phone: 204-665-2384. WANTED: BUYING ORGANIC screenings, CKC REGISTERED ST. BERNARDS. Vet delivered. Loreburn, SK. Prompt payment. checked, 1st shots, dewormed, dew claws removed, micro-chipped, health guaran306-644-4888 or 888-531-4888 ext. 2. teed. 5 males, 4 females, both rough and TRADE AND EXPORT Canada Inc. now smooth coats avail. Contact 306-535-7402 buying feed oats, flax and feed peas. Montmartre SK. Quick pay. Contact Lorna 1-877-339-1959.

HIGHLINE 8000 BALE processor with fine chopper, like new, $16,000. South Edmonton, AB., 780-435-3505. 8’ DEER MESH fencing w/steel (drill stem) posts. Approx. 4100’ including 220 posts and 4 gates. Presently enclosing 22 acres. For removal by purchaser after Aug. 14. 780-435-3505, South Edmonton, AB.

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FULL SET OF SASK. Ducks Unlimited hats, 1 through 10, never worn, offers. Please email 1650 HYPERTHERM PLASMA made by Canox, barely used, $3000. 24 HP Ingersol Rand air compressor w/voltage convertor $1500. Contact: Moose Jaw, SK.

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RARE FIND! Quality log home w/suite, 72 fenced acres, water license, gravity irrigation, outbuildings, $529,000. Greenwood, BC. Ph. 250-445-6642. 506 DEEDED ACRES in northern BC, house, cabin, generator power, propane, stove and fridge. Heavy timber, natural meadows. Approx. 2 miles of frontage on Half Way River. Contact Tim 780-621-7514.

WAKAW, SK. COMMERCIAL/ Residential/ farmland properties for sale. Call 306-233-7405. WYNYARD- 43,500 sq. ft. building, 12 acres land, can handle many applications. Lampman- Investment property with great cash flow. Brian Tiefenbach, 306-536-3269, 306-525-3344, NAI Commercial Real Estate (Sask) Ltd. ESTEVAN, SK. Downtown Commercial Property For Sale! Get in on the boom in SE Sask. 7,200 sq. ft. (60x120’) building on 4th Street (downtown business area). Large display windows across the front, rear storage area (30x60’) with overhead door, staff room, offices in back. Perfect for retail opportunity or convert into office complex! Asking $479,000. Call Brandon at 306-634-8813 or Ken at 306-458-7503.

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MOBILE HOMES TO BE MOVED from St. Paul, AB. I have four mobile homes ages 1998 - $35,000, 1997 - $35,000, 1993 $25,000 and 1990 - $20,000 OBO. They all need TLC. Make me a reasonable offer. 780-808-5994, 2007 AVONLEE 56x16: 2 bedroom, vaulted ceiling, raised panel cupboards, eave overhang. New condition. Located at Murray Lake, SK. 306-398-7780

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FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 acreages (34.5 acres) Zoned country res./ mobile homes. Located near Alberta Beach (Lac Ste Anne), AB. John 780-962-0101. Toll-free 1-888-963-0101. IN STOCK - 4 brand new double wide modular homes. Available immediately. Set-up and delivered starting at $129,900. For more info call Darcy at 306-773-3358, Swift Current, SK. SAM’S MOBILE HOMES: We pay top dollar for used mobile homes. 14’ and 16’ preferred. Wanted immediately. We sell good quality used homes for great prices. John Becker 306-781-4130, Pilot Butte SK MEDALLION HOMES 1-800-249-3969 Immediate delivery: New 16’ and 20’ modular homes; Also used 14’ and 16’ homes. Now available: Lake homes. Medallion Homes, 306-764-2121, Prince Albert, SK. 14x76 BONNEVILLA 1978 mobile home for removal, 2 bdrms, 2 baths, open concept, newly updated. Yellow Grass, SK, 306-465-2284 or

VERNON, BC, $699,000. MLS 10020810. 4.85 irrigated acres ideal for business and horses! Only 10 mins. to Vernon. Vernon, BC, $1,100,000. MLS 10022764. 25 acres of farmland w/high producing hay and alfalfa fields. Armstrong, BC, $1,399,000 MLS 10013118. 40 acres of farmland w/excellent soil and water. Call Priscilla, R e / M a x Ve r n o n , 1 - 8 0 0 - 3 1 7 - 1 1 1 8 ,


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ALBERTA LAND FOR SALE: ROLLING HILLS: One section in one block! 320 acres deeded irritation, 320 acres leased EID pasture, home, quonset, workshop, grain bins, calving barn, etc. (#1547, Hans). TABER: Large hog farm, newer barns, 700 sows farrow to 100 lbs., 80 acres, 2 homes, livestock optional. (#1725, Ben). PICTURE BUTTE: Large finishing hog operation, 3- 2000 head finishing barns, 160 acres, home, isolated area. (#1724, Ben). PICTURE BUTTE: Very well maintained 4000 head feedlot on paved highway, heated shop, big hay shed, feedmill, quonset, pivot, home, etc. MLS® (#1713, Frans). BOW ISLAND: Pivot irrigated land, quonset, grain bins. (#1700, Walt). TILLEY: Nice parcel irrigated land, $12,000 surface revenue. (#1701, Ben). SCANDIA: 320 acres row crop land, pivot irrigated, home, $4000 annual surface revenue. (#1684, Hans). SASK. LAND FOR SALE: MAPLE CREEK: Rare opportunity! 300+ cows ranch, 13 deeded quarters, 10 quarters lease in native grass, home, quonset, etc. (#1742, Gordon). SHAUNAVON: 10 quarters in one block, 9 quarters seeded to hay mixtures, pasture fenced and setup for rotational grazing. (#1736, Gordon). RM BENGOUGH: Good mixed agriculture and grassland. (#1717, Elmer). YORKTON: Very nice grain operation, 2,656 acres, home, heated shop, grain storage. Seller will split up land. (#1741, Chris). Signature Service Real Estate 1-866-345-3414.

400 ACRES, Rainier, Alberta. Machine levelled, flood irrigated, main home, second home, corrals, waterers. Great for cattle. Call Cheryl Hyland, Royal LePage Community Realty 403-363-4252. PEACE RIVER RANCH 4100 acres total, 1 block, good buildings, new fences, 400 cow/calf pairs plus feed. 780-625-6767. OFF GRID LIVING, house, 3 outbuildings, well treed fenced yard, 160 organic acres, 1920’S CATALOGUE HOME to be moved. $176,000. 306-547-3123, Preeceville SK. 5 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 storey, 2100 sq. ft. Tons of original features. Located near EsFARMS, RANCHES, ACREAGES AND ton, SK. Email: or DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY. Check out fax: 306-962-3326 for pictures and info. our website to view all of our listings: or email: REVELSTOKE 26x42’, (1964) 3 bdrm. for a complete list galow, 1-1/2 baths, new metal roof, needs of inventory. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max windows, siding, flooring and paint, strucof the Battlefords, 306-446-8800, North turally sound, $19,900; Approx. 940 sq. ft. Battleford, SK. (1965), 2 bdrm. bungalow, vinyl siding, brand new roof, large porch, good cond., SASKATOON NORTH LAND. 2000 Plus $13,900. Both located near Ituna, SK. acres NW of South Saskatchewan River, area. Can be left on site for an agreed peclose to city. Call Don Dyck, Re/Max North riod of time. Call Ladimer 306-795-7779. 1,689 ACRES of pastureland within the Country, 306-221-1684, Warman, SK. County of Vermilion River. The following property, comprised of 1,689 acres, is lo6 QTRS. cated approximately 35 kms west of the RM K in d ers ley City of Lloydminster (15 kms east of the MANITOU BEACH RESORT, SK. 1110 sq. Town of Vermilion) with 4 of the 12 titles 2 QTRS. ft. 3+1 bdrm. yr. round home, 1-3/4 bath, being adjacent to Highway 16. The properRM New co m b e island kitchen, attached 1-1/2 car garage, ty is offered for sale in two parcels, by tendirect entry, huge deck overlooking lake, der, subject to the restrictions implied by 2 QTRS. nicely landscaped, close to mineral spa law and those non-financial encumbrances RM S n i pe L a ke and golf course, $225,000. 306-946-3837. registered on the existing titles, legally described as: Parcel 1: NW 27-50-5 W4; NE 2 QTRS. 27-50-5 W4; SW 27-50-5 W4; SE 27-50-5 W4; NW 26-50-5 W4; NE 26-50-5 W4; SW RM K in d ers ley 26-50-5 W4; SE 26-50-5 W4 (1,049 acres, ESTON more or less). Parcel 2: NW 23-50-5 W4; NE 23-50-5 W4; SW 23-50-5 W4; SE 2,100 s q ftho m e w /s ho p o n 67 a cres SASK. LANDING PROVINCIAL PARK: 23-50-5 W4 (640 acres, more or less). The NORTH SASKATCHEW AN Lot for sale. John Cave, Edge Realty Ltd. property is leased out for the 2011 grazing season, with all revenue to the credit of 306-773-7379. RIVER RANCH the Vendor. Property tax adjustments will 2,700 a cres – i ncl ud es 3 m iles o f be made on closing. Further information RECREATIONAL QUARTER on northeast d eed ed riv er fro n t. corner of Ft. Lacorne Mgmt. Zone. incl. can be obtained via email by contacting 24x32 cabin, 50 acres pasture, 30x40 Tenders must C a ll Jim o r S h e rry to d a y 306-463-6667 quonset, 10x40 bunkhouse, and 12x20 be irrevocable and made in writing accompanied by a certified cheque for 5% of the G ro up W e s tR e a lty guest house. 306-862-9653, Nipawin, SK. tender price, as a deposit, payable to Kin d e rs le y, S K SECLUDED CABIN NE SK., float plane ac- “MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman IN TRUST” w w w .kin d e rs le yre a le s ta te .co m cess only, titled lot, c/w outfitting privileg- a n d i d e n t i fi e d a s “ Te n d e r, R e : F i l e #048020-0001 SNA.” Ensure the tender es. $149,000. 306-247-4818, Scott, SK. clearly indicates if it relates to Parcel 1 or HORSES HORSES HORSES: 320 acres RM OF KELVINGTON #366, SE 36-38-11 Parcel 2. Separate tender submissions are with excellent home, horse barn and large W2, SW 36-38-11 W2. Excellent hunting required for each parcel. The highest or indoor training arena. John Cave, Edge Rehalf section, elk, deer, moose and bear. any tender may not necessarily be accept- a l t y L t d . w w w . f a r m s a s k . c o m ed, but in the event of acceptance, the 306-773-7379 Phone 306-231-7677. successful tender will be notified in writing. The unsuccessful tender deposits will YORKTON, SASK. FARMLAND, 3 quarbe returned within ten (10) business days ters hay and pasture. Corrals adequate for of the tender closing date. The term of 900 head of cattle. 2 bdrm bungalow. Call sale shall be cash with the balance payable Lorie 250-585-6770 or 250-713-2488. no later than 30 days after acceptance of ELMSTHORPE- 26 quarters, mixed applithe tender. Tenders will be received by the cation, new fencing, other economic opundersigned until 4:00 PM July 20th, 2011 portunities. Quarter section- Approx. 30 (tender closing date) at the following ad- mins. from Regina, excellent pasture quardress: MacPherson, Leslie & Tyerman, t e r t o b u i l d o n . B r i a n T i e fe n b a c h , Lawyers Attention: Salvatore N. Amelio, 306-536-3269, 306-525-3344, NAI Com2200 Oxford Tower, 10235 101 Street, mercial Real Estate (Sask) Ltd. Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3G1. OF A KIND PROPERTY! 243 acres APPROX. 160 ACRES (150 cult.), 1100 ONE backing onto Prince Albert National Park, HUNTER’S DREAM, Quarter section of sq. ft. bungalow, with recent updates, fin- beautifully treed, newly fenced. Build, rerecreational property; Also second quarter ished basement, 2 garages, 20x108’ calv- tire, hunt or a nature lovers paradise. w/barn and shop and 13 acres with house ing/lambing barn, 20x50’ open shed, Breath taking scenery $169,900. Call Ron and shop. Next to Hwy. 16 at Niton Junc- 24x60 machine shed, 5 wood bins, paige Re/Max P.A. Realty. 1-800-865-3590. MLS tion, AB. Buy one or all at Auction, July 12. wire fencing, off pavement, 2 miles from For info visit: Fort Assiniboine, AB., $450,000. Please call 780-584-3783. or Plenty of wildlife! 1) 6800 ACRE BISON ranch, 2 modern homes, large surface lease revenue, land all in a block, Smokey Lake area. 2) Deluxe quarter section with Clearwater River frontage, west of Caroline. 3) Hay and grain quarter NW of Onoway, very productive and service lease revenue. 4) Approx. 1600 acre cattle property west of Edmonton. 5) 480 acre bison farm NW of St. Albert, good buildings, very private. 6) De- REDUCED!!! RM SPIRITWOOD: Twelve luxe lar ge ranch with surface lease quarters (option to lease 2 more), home revenues and large gravel deposits, can be quarter on shores of Larson Lake. All quarturnkey operation, private and exclusive. ters in a block, all fenced and cross-fenced Have buyers for grainland. Don Jarrett, (4-wire). Creek runs through all quarters. ATTN: DEVELOPERS/ HOBBY FARMERS, Realty Executives Leading, 780-991-1180, Three hay fields. Equal tame hay and bush (approx.). Branding corrals, 2 water bowls, 133 acres, river front overlooking the Spruce Grove, AB. North SK. River and Eagle Creek, 45 min. FARMLAND FOR RENT/ SALE: 5000 adja- corrals, barn, maternity pen, heated shop. f r o m S a s k a t o o n , S K , $ 2 9 9 , 0 0 0 . cent acres in Peace River, AB. area, Birch Upgraded family home. MLS®394857 Call Shawna Schira-Kroeker 306-446-8800, 306-220-3017, Hills County. Email: Re/Max of the Battlefords, North BattlePhone 780-505-1599. ford, SK. QUARTER SECTION LAND, house, barn and RM OF SPIRITWOOD MLS #4044690 320 shop. Fenced and cross fenced, all set up acres and RM of Meeting Lake MLS for cattle, 75 kms west of Edmonton, AB. #401518 480 acres located within 1 mile Call Frank for details 780-909-1940. of each other. Of the 800 acres only ap1760 DEEDED ACRES ALL IN 1 BLOCK. prox. 100 acres is in tame hay. Fenced Excellent buildings, lots of water, bison with fairly good access. This is some of the fencing. May be sold in smaller parcels. best natural and scenic land you will come across, lots of white tail deer, moose and High Prairie, AB area. Ph 780-524-9305. BEST FARMS AND RANCHES IN BC, bear in the area. Land backs onto the Peace River Country. Visit our website SUCCESSFUL VALUE ADDED A r t i s a n Meeting Lake Community Pasture. The at Fea- Cheese, Dairy Farm. Start being your seller will consider splitting up the land. ture ranch: Keystone Ranch. Peace own boss today with this unique diversi- For viewing call Lloyd Ledinski, Re/Max of River Farm and Ranch Sales Ltd. If we fied value added farm. 1140 sq. ft. com- t h e B a t t l e f o r d s , 3 0 6 - 4 4 6 - 8 8 0 0 o r don’t have it listed we will find it for mercial dairy and cheese making facility 306-441-0512, North Battleford, SK. you! Larry and Linda Peterson have Michael Fontaine, Century 21 Poirier Real over 55 years of combined experience Estate 780-645-0566 or 780-645-4535, RM ST. LOUIS, house and 160 acres. in selling farms and ranches. Email: Smoky Quick possession, $137,900. Call for viewLake, AB. Web: ing 306-423-6263, 15 min. to St. Louis, SK 1980s 14x68, peaked roof, 3 bdrm, 1 and 1/2 baths, refurbished, new appliances, in Regina, SK, ready to move anywhere. Ph. 306-539-5278, 306-536-1503.


RM OF LEASK - This 122 acre property is located two miles off of No. 12 highway. fully secluded in the heavy bush, spruce, poplar, birch and willows overlooking a 30 acre lake (approx). 1973- 14x64’ mobile home, single garage, small shop and chicken house. Mother nature at it’s best. Just over an hour from Saskatoon, Prince Albert or North Battleford. MLS®395824. RM GLENSIDE #377. 7 quarters or 1090 acres, mainly in a block w/good access, w/approx. 165 acres of older seeded grass, lots of bush, hills and large opening. Some of the best White-tailed deer and other big game hunting. SW of Sonningdale and approx. 16 miles from Maymont and #16 Yellowhead Hwy. This could possibly be a hunter’s paradise. MLS®390517. Website For viewing call Lloyd Ledinski, Re/Max of the Battlefords, 306-446-8800 or 306-446-0512. 72 ACRES WITH 3500’ airstrip. 1760 sq.ft. 4 level split, insulated metal shed, 55 acres cultivated land, dugout. 30 minutes from Regina on blacktop. $549,900. MLS ®397831. or call Shirley MacFarlane at 306-536-9127, EXIT Realty Fusion, Regina, SK. RM #494, CANWOOD, SK. For Sale: 159 acres fenced, 130 acres cropped, 2 year organic farming, house, outbuildings, well kept yard with wells. 306-468-2038.

TIM HAMMOND REALTY: 600 sow operation (farrow to finish), on 40 acre site, built in mid 1990’s, approx. 60,000 sq. ft. of buildings, some maintenance/repair and equipment required. Huge potential at this bargain price of $150,000. MLS# 388466. Ph. Roy Hjelte at 306-761-1499 37 QUARTERS RANCHLAND, 20 minutes east of Cold Lake at Pierceland SK. Terrific land base in one block, 5 deeded and 32 lease quarters. Abundance of springs and creeks with Beaver River along South 7 quarters. Contact Wendell Johnson, 306-839-4435. RM OF GREAT BEND: 1703 acres with 1503 acres of good cultivated grain land. Just north of Radisson, close proximity to the Yellowhead Hwy. Priced to sell! MLS ®394405. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max of the Battlefords, 306-446-8800, North Battleford, SK.

RANCH AND AGGREGATE: South central Sask. ranch for sale, in beautiful Touchwood Hills. 400-500 head cow/calf operation with good handling facilities, good aggregate income, rotational grazing with lots of water. Managed properly the aggregate will pay for the ranch. Call 306-531-8720 for more information

480 ACRE mixed farm, Rossburn, $375,000. Section of pastureland, Birtle, $199,000. 640 acre mixed farm, Russell, $299,000, 3 more quarters avail. Cattle farm 4,781 acres, 1,359 deeded, 3,422 leased, Eddystone, $845,000. NorthStar Ins. & Real Estate, Karen Goraluk, Salesperson, 204-773-6797, 204-937-8357, Roblin, MB.

CENTRAL BUTTE ACREAGE: 160 acres, full set of buildings. Nicely treed. John HALF SECTION OF LAND, adj. to Riding Cave, Edge Realty Ltd. 306-773-7379. Mountain National Park, good farming and/or excellent recreation ppty. w/abundance of wildlife. Recent remodeled 1140 ST. DENIS: 6 quarters in sq. ft. home w/outer cattle buildings, etc. block 20 min. to Saskatoon; cult., good as- Also a second quarter section avail. For sess, vg renter for 10 yrs.; Viscount: 4 more info. phone 204-546-2164 mornings quarters cult. good assess, good renter. or evenings, Grandview area, MB. Call Dwein Trask, 306-221-1035, Century 21 Conexus Realty Ltd., Saskatoon, SK. RM OF LIVINGSTON, two quarters of hay and pasture, access to 3-1/2 quarters of lease land. Full set of good buildings and corrals, excellent supply of good water. Norquay, SK. 306-594-2753.

RM #73: Half sec. pasture. New barbwire, cross-fenced, fenced dugouts. Was grainland. Ample water, lots of grass for grazing or forage. Currently carries 50 prs. Asking $120,000. 306-642-3442, Assiniboia, SK.

APPROX. 21,000 ACRES, S and SE of Regina (RM’s 128/ 129). For details call 600 ACRES PASTURE/ hayland for o w n e r 4 0 3 - 8 2 0 - 3 1 3 4 o r v i s i t lease, RM Invergordon, reasonable rates, east of Prince Albert, SK. 306-380-3496. Serious inquiries only. RM 166: 320 acres, irrigation, creek, FOR SALE: Half section in Barrier Valley b u i l d i n g s . J o h n C ave , E d g e R e a l t y, RM 397, 8’ page wire, excellent grass, with or without 55 bison cows, handling facility, 306-773-7379. and squeeze. 306-874-7590, Naicam, SK. RM 166 EXCELSIOR: 800 acres with full set of buildings. John Cave, Edge Realty ACCEPTING OFFERS for POTENTIAL Ltd. 306-773-7379, Swift Current, SK. LAND RENTAL for the 2012 season and subsequent yrs. 20 quarters in 1 block, 19 currently native and seeded grass, 1 cult. MINERAL RIGHTS. We will purchase and Prefer to rent for pasture but converting to o r l e a s e y o u r m i n e r a l r i g h t s . grainland would be considered. Located in 1-877-269-9990. the RM of Walpole #92 in SE Sask. Call MIXED FARMING OPERATION, 419.97 306-435-7223 cell or 306-739-2984 home. acres, organic land, home quarter incl. DELISLE Southwest 11 house trailer w/addition, cattle shelter, quarters in block, very good fences, creek, barn, sheds, 2 wells, all fenced. Preeceville good access; Young: 1 quarter on Zelma SK. Phone 306-547-2112, 306-547-4279. grid. Good renter, newer fencing. Call Trask, 306-221-1035, Century 21 RM BLAINE LAKE. Approx. 5280’ of river Dwein frontage, estimated to have 300,000 yards Conexus Realty Ltd., Saskatoon, SK. of gravel. 781 acres of grazing land. All MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. fenced. Pump house (insulated and heat- Visit us at: ed) with 6 watering troughs. Priced as an Also see section #3560 Custom Work. investment property because of the river frontage and gravel. Seller will sell any portion or all as a package. MLS® 393713. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max of the Battlefords, North Battleford, SK, 306-446-8800, HOME QUARTER c/w 5 yr. old fully modern abattoir, plus oil and grazing revenue. Abattoir has 3300 sq. ft. slaughter and processing area, built to federal specifications and currently operating as Sask. health inspected plant. Turn-key operation. Serious inquiries only. Phone 306-823-4369 evenings and weekends, or 306-823-3618 (cell), Neilburg, SK. RM GOOD LAKE, 1200 acres mixed farmland, well maintained house, yard, and buildings, excellent water supply. Close to provincial park, 60 kms from Yorkton. Call 306-592-4547, Buchanan, SK.

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RM OF CANWOOD #494, 160 acres pasture, 57 acres tame grass, rest native ACREAGE, 1476 sq. ft. bungalow, 3 bdrm, grass. NE-3-53-6-W3rd. Large dugout, 2 bath, attached garage, 2 barns, shed, paddocks, 16 acres, $539,000. Pics electric fence. 306-724-4903, Debden, SK. available. Email: RM #219 LONGLAKETON 160 acre farm 306-782-7477, 306-621-9918, Yorkton SK. 25 mins. from Regina off hwy #20. Three 35 MINUTES SW of Saskatoon, SK, 20 bdrm. bungalow, large eat-in kitchen, hardwood on full basement. Multiple out- FEEDLOT: 4000 HEAD capacity, includes minutes from Agrium potash mine. 160 buildings: 40x30 barn, 60x40 quonset, 1040 sq. ft. house. 60,000 bu. grain stor- acres of grass w/T. Eaton home, all renoworkshop/ 220 amp and more. Well age, equipment, 6 deeded quarters. 2 vated, new high efficient furnace w/air, groomed yard, garden, flower beds, fruit miles North of Ste. Rose du Lac, MB; new attach. garage, siding and roof, 40x60 trees, etc. Local schools in Southey, Bulyea RANCH: 8064 acres lease land, 1600 An- steel quonset, good shop, 2001 32x40 and Lumsden. MLS #398941, #398938. gus cows. Crane River, MB. Call Dale horse/calving barn, lots of corrals and auto waterers, 2 new wells. 306-221-7332, $469,000. Call Janice, Realty Executives 204-638-5581, Doug 204-447-2382. Faith Realty, 306-725-7951, Lumsden, SK. 17 QUARTERS, 2690 ACRES, 2120 cult., 306-280-0989 or WANTED TO PURCHASE a grain farm or 2 yardsites w/570 acres bush openings MLS#400333 BRATTS LAKE ACREAGE, farmland, prefer southeast or east central and shelter, good water. Cult. land is rent- minutes to Regina, SK., 9.77 acres, 2200 ed. Also 18 acres w/buildings. Retiring. sq. ft. home, 26x26 heated garage, 45x100 Sask. Phone 306-861-4592, SK. Call for web. 204-858-2555, Hartney, MB. barn, Regina water. Contact James NewT I M H A M M O N D R E A LT Y $ 8 9 5 , 9 0 0 man at 306-529-4970, Realty Executives, Ranch in RM 347 Biggar, 225 cow/calf or RANCH FOR 250 cow/calf pairs, 6 quarters Southern Sask. 350 yearling capacity. 1226 total acres in- deeded, 22 quarters leased, dugouts, cluding 554 seeded grass, 417 native pas- shelters, barn, steel corrals, good water, TWO HOUSES ON HOME QUARTER, ture (304 ac. crown lease) and 255 cult. home. 204-742-3269, Garland, MB. can be sold separately. Prices depend on acres. Good fencing, grass and water. FOR SALE BY OWNER, never before of- acres req’d. 45 mins. East of Lloydminster, Magnificent yard site with gorgeous 1850 fered. Six quarters of grassland, all but one SK, in the St. Walburg school district. Call sq. ft. 1991 bungalow, 6 bdrms, 3 baths, quarter fenced with 4 to 7 strand wire, (al- 306-260-4692 for more information. enclosed deck w/hot tub, double attached so cross fenced). All steel gates and 30’ garage, etc. Full set of corrals w/metal steel coral panels. On older homestead, ACREAGE 1 MILE West of Yorkton, SK on penning, conc. feed bunks, Norac weigh with livable house, log barn and other Hwy. #52. Beautiful, mature yardsite with scale and hydraulic squeeze. Team roping buildings. Has developed gravel pit, spring 1800 sq. ft. 2 storey character home on 40 arena complete w/electric release gates fed dugout and controllable water out of acres. Home has extensive upgrades. Hay and sound booth. 306-948-5052 MLS Duck Mountain Park. Private lake. 2 quar- land and fenced pasture w/2 small barns. Perfect horse property. Ph 306-782-5781, #403753 ters bordering Hwy #83, adjoining other 4 or LAKE DIEFENBAKER RANCH: 640 acres quarters, against Duck Mountain Park, 35 of grass/hayland, full set of buildings. Only miles south of Swan River, MB. Excellent 18 ACRE SUBDIVIDED ACREAGE, locat10 minutes from the lake. John Cave, Edge hunting of moose, elk, bear, deer, wolves ed between Ponoka and Rimbey, AB and R e a l t y L t d . , p h o n e 3 0 6 - 7 7 3 - 7 3 7 9 . etc. Great place for cattle. Priced to sell, Gull Lake and Pigeon Lake. Beautiful view serious inquires only. Ph. 403-548-6262. of valley, surrounded by natural trees. Drilled water well. Abundant wildlife in area. Perfect for horse lovers. 2 miles off pavement, located close to country school. Phone 403-783-8756 or 403-704-4280. We Are Pleased To Announce The Following Recent Sales



CADILLAC 640 ACRES - owned by Curtis Thingvold KELLIHER 778 ACRES - owned by Eric Martens YORKTON 160 ACRES - owned by Robert Poirier GRENFELL 129 ACRES - owned by Kelly, Glenn, Dean & Lisa Moskowy HOLDFAST 158 ACRES - owned by Clayton & Janice Moore MOSSBANK 55 ACRES - owned by Arnold Novecosky

2005 JD HPX Gator 4x4, hyd. dump, 470 hrs., runs great, $6200. 306-723-4742, 306-726-8114, Cupar, SK.


2006 CAN-AM XT800, 2 up, loaded, $7900 OBO; 2008 Can-Am XT800, well equipped, $8900 OBO; 2006 Honda Rubicon 500, $ 6 5 0 0 O B O . Tr a d e s p o s s i b l e . 780-875-8505, Lloydminster, AB.

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16’ STARCRAFT alum. boat, 100 HP Evinrude engine, trolling motor, fish finder. 306-739-2763, Wawota, SK. 2006 AVALON PONTOON, 24’, PS bowfish pontoon, 16 HP Mercury, roll on trailer, many extras, vg cond., $18,000 OBO. 403-834-2152, Irvine, AB.



20’ KAYOTZ, 305 vortex, 260 HP, with Volvo penta stern drive, $12,000 OBO. Contact Rick at 306-734-7721 (cell) or 306-734-2345 (office), Craik, SK. 2002 Holiday Rambler Admiral, 30’, V10, 12,000 miles, $31,900; 2002 Holiday Rambler Neptune 32’, 275 HP Cummins, 2 slides, 41,000 miles, $51,900; 2004 Newmar Scottsdale, 35’ GM 8.1L, 2 slides, 9000 miles, $49,900; 1996 Fleetwood Pace Arrow, 36’, Ford 460, jacks, 72,000 miles, $20,900; 2005 Four Winds Mandalay, 41-1/2’, 350 HP, 3 slides, 38,000 miles, $89,900. Financing available 2009 GTI SE, 155 HP, 8 hours, includes DL #32637, 306-974-4223, Saskatoon, SK. trailer, asking $9900. Ph. 306-652-7972, Saskatoon, SK. 2010 24’ MIRAGE pontoon boat, Model 8524, deluxe pkg., extra table, depth gauge, double top, change room, tri-toon, 150 HP Evenrude, 5 yr. warranty, 25 hrs., like new, asking $37,500. Riverhurst, SK. Call 306-353-2111, 403-548-7337.

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Grain Drying Available Contact Helena Blaser Box 339, Cupar, SK S0G 0Y0 Phone: 306-723-4949 Fax: 306-723-4656 TOLL FREE: 1-877-438-7712

36.5 WESTPORT-AVION 5th wheel, loaded, 3 slides. Immaculate. Reduced to $16,900. Pics and info. or phone 306-528-7331, Nokomis, SK. 2005 JAYCO 25’ trailer, front bedroom, 2 doors, rear kitchen, AC, stereo. $13,500 403-340-2092 Red Deer, AB. 2000 SUMMERWIND 9.5’ camper with slide, lots of storage, north-south bed, fridge and freezer, 2 awnings, awning over slide, manual crank, Happijacs, $12,000 OBO. Phone 403-830-5714, Calgary, AB. E D S O N 8 ’ T R U C K c a m p e r, $ 5 0 0 . 306-367-4630, Middle Lake, SK.

TOP QUALITY ALFALFA, variety of grasses and custom blends, farmer to farmer. Gary Malt Barley/Feed Grains/Pulses Waterhouse 306-874-5684, Naicam, SK. best price/best delivery/best payment COMMON #1 ALFALFA, tap root, high germination, multi-leaf. Phone 306-682-4362 Humboldt, SK. FOR ALL YOUR forage seed needs. Full line of alfalfa/grasses/blending. Greg Bjornson Licen s ed & bon d ed 306-554-3302 or 306-554-7987, Viking 1- 800- 2 58- 7434 ro ger@ seed - m Forage Seeds, Wynyard, SK. COMMON #1 GRASSES, legumes, blends. Trawin Seeds, 306-752-4060, Melfort, SK. FULL LINE OF forage seeds. Phone Tom, HAZLET FALL RYE, registered or certified. W i l l i a m s o n ’ s S e e d s , Pa m b r u n , S K . Higher yield - shorter straw. Colbur Farms, 306-582-6009. 306-241-4022, Asquith, SK. ALFALFAS/ CLOVERS/ GRASSES, hay CERT. HAZLET fall rye, good germ. and blends and pasture blends. Custom blends vigor. Available now. Wagon Wheel Seed no charge. Free delivery. Dyck Forages & Grasses Ltd., Elie, MB, 1-888-204-1000. Corp. 306-896-2236, Churchbridge, SK. Visit us at COMMON SPRING RYE; Pedigreed Hazlet fall rye. Call Trawin Seeds 306-752-4060, Melfort, SK.


2001 GMC 3500 DURAMAC DSL., loaded, leather int., dual wheels, new: Michelin tires, brakes and batteries, 160,000 kms, $24,800; 2006 ARCTIC FOX 990 SILVER FOX EDITION camper, slide-out, AC, new built-in Onan generator, microwave, stove w/oven, fridge, queen bed, very clean, $25,900. Both units exc. cond. Can sell separately. 604-850-6780, Abbotsford, BC. 2005 CORSAIR TRUCK CAMPER, 10’-8”, 3-way fridge, stove, furnace, 3 pc. bath, queen bed, slideout, awning, elec. jacks, TV/microwave, swing away, counter ext, $18,000. 306-373-2702, Saskatoon, SK.

CERT PTARMIGAN winter wheat, new high yielding variety, avail. immediately. Also taking orders on new crop Buteo. Moose Jaw, SK. 306-693-7716 or 306-692-5767.

M ILLIG A N B IO -TEC H , a licensed and bonded buyer, looking for non-food grade canola. C allR ob at 1-866-388-6284 or visit

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LESS FUSARIUM more bottom line, TOP QUALITY CERT. alfalfa and grass wheat seed avail. early booking discounts. seed. Call Gary or Janice Waterhouse Suitable for ethanol production and live306-874-5684, Naicam, SK. stock feed. Western Feed Grain Development Co-op Ltd., 1-877-250-1552, FundCERTIFIED #1 ALGONQUIN, 97% germ., ing provided by Co-operative Promotion $2.50/lb., $2.40/lb. for mini bulks. Call Board. Website Rob 306-759-2700, Phil 306-759-2076, Eyebrow, SK. CERT. ALFALFAS AND GRASSES, free delivery. Dyck Forages & Grasses Ltd., Elie, MB, 1-888-204-1000.

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GRAIN WANTED FEED/ OFF-GRADE LENTILS or pulses and other heated, tough grains or screenings. Prairie Wide Grain, 306230-8101, 306-716-2297, Saskatoon, SK.

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LENTILS, CANARY AND CHICK PEAS. Call GrainEx International Ltd. for current pricing at 306-885-2288, Sedley SK. Visit us on our website at:

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1-877-641-2798 BOW VALLEY TRADING LTD. BUYING RYE, TRITICALE, brown flax, yellow flax, yellow peas and maple peas. CGC bonded, payment on the driveway. Ph: 204-665-2384. Vandaele Seeds Ltd., Box 144, Medora, MB. R0M 1K0.

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BUYING CANARY SEED, farm pickup. Call 1-877-752-4115, Naber Specialty Grains Ltd.

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

CUSTOM CLEANING AND bagging all types of mustard for seed or processing. Color sorting available. Also looking for low g r a d e m u s t a r d . C a l l A c ke r m a n A g 306-638-2282, Chamberlain, SK.


RM OF MONTROSE, SK. has for sale: Used BESCO GRAIN LTD. Buyer of all varieties WANTED: FEED GRAIN, all types of barhighway weigh scale, 14’x18’. Phone of mustard. Call for competitive pricing. ley, wheat, oats, peas, etc. Prompt pay306-380-1223 for more information. ment. Gary 306-823-4493, Neilburg, SK. 204-736-3570, Brunkild, MB.

NUVISION COMMODITIES is currently purchasing feed barley, wheat, peas and milling oats. 204-758-3401, St. Jean, MB. WANTED: BUYING ALL grades of oats. Send sample to Newco Grain Ltd., Box 717, Coaldale, AB., T1M 1M6. Call 1-800-661-2312.

Now Buying Oats! All Grades Competitive Rates Prompt Payment Dave Koehn: 403-546-0060 Linden, AB




PROMPT PAYMENT! 1.877.695.6461 “ In Business To Serve Western Farmers”

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1-888-882-7803 LACKAWANNA PRODUCTS CORP. Buyers and sellers of all types of feed grain and grain by-products. 403-225-4679, Calgary, AB. 306-862-2723, Nipawin, SK.

BUYING : LOW FALLING RYE HEATED OATS M USGRAVE ENTERPRISES Ph : 204.8 3 5.2527 Fa x: 204.8 3 5.2712 WHY NOT KEEP MARKETING SIMPLE? Yo u a re s ellin g feed gra in s . W e a re b u yin g feed gra in s . F a s tp a ym en tw ith p ro m p tp ick u p , tru e p rice d is co very. M a rke tpla ce C o m m o d itie s Ltd . L ethb rid ge, AB in fo @ m a rke tpla ce co m m o d itie s .co m


CDC LEROY yellow pea, cert., reg., fdn. Small size for the forage or conventional market. Glenn Annand 306-354-7675, Mossbank, SK.

ELIAS SCALES MFG., several different ways to weigh bales and livestock; Platform scales for industrial use as well, nonelectric, no balances or cables (no weigh like it). Shipping arranged. 306-445-2111, North Battleford, SK.

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FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1976 Winnebago 26’ motor home, sleeps 6, 350 auto, 80,000 miles. Trade for skidsteer or backhoe. Phone 306-296-2029, Frontier, SK. 1991 HOLIDAY RAMBLER, 40’ diesel motorhome, 300HP Cat, air ride, air brakes, washer and dryer, granite, corian, etc. Exceptional condition $35,000. No GST, SK tax paid. 778-426-4412, Sidney, BC. E-mail: 1998 DUTCH STAR 36’, fully loaded, 60,000 M, like new, $40,000 OBO. Moose Jaw, SK., 306-692-1631, 306-631-3446.

WINTER WHEAT, approx. 2000 bushels, g o o d q u a l i t y. P h o n e C l i f f L u t h e r 306-734-2997, Aylesbury, SK.


ON THE GREENS COTTONWOOD, AZ. Gated 55 plus manufactured home golf course community located in the heart of Verde Valley just 20 mins south of Sedona, 1 hr from Phoenix, Prescott and Flagstaff. All homes come complete with garage, covered deck and landscaping. Land lease fees include $1 million clubhouse, large indoor lap pool, hot tub and complete gym. 1994 FORD XLT 250 3/4 ton, low mileage Also includes water, sewer, trash pickup w/10.5’ Frontier camper, immaculate. St. and reduced golf fees. For information call 1-800-871-8187 or 928-634-7003. Walburg, SK. $12,500 OBO. 306-248-3673. 2003 JAYCO DESIGNER, 32’ fifth wheel, 3 THINKING OF RETIRING to beautiful Vanslides, AC, fantastic fan and more, like new couver Island, BC? Available for rent to condition, $24,000 OBO. 403-593-8145, mature couple, 2 bdrm rancher, located on 403-795-9944, Lethbridge, AB. Cowichan Bay, 40 mins south of Nanaimo, mins north of Victoria. Available for 2, S A S K ATO O N R V S U P E R S TO R E . C O M 40 3, or 4 months, Nov. to April. No pets, non Phone 306-978-7253, Saskatoon, SK. smoking. Call 250-746-1726 or email for 2006 VANGUARD, 27’, insulated tanks, 1 details slide, only used once, mint cond. Phone 306-232-7808, Rosthern, SK. 2006 11-1/2’ LANCE TRUCK CAMPER w/slide-out, side door entry, 10’ awning, remote jacks, microwave, fridge, 3 burner SAWMILLS – Band/Chainsaw - Cut lumstove w/oven, bath w/enclosed shower ber any dimension, anytime. Make money and skylight, full queen size bed w/swing- and save money. In stock, ready to ship. away flat screen TV, roof air and two 130 Starting at $1195. 1-800-566-6899 ext. watt solar panels, propane power plant, 168. rear view camera. This camper is sitting on a 2002 GMC DURAMAX diesel truck with WOOD-MIZER PORTABLE SAWMILLS, 180,000 kms, True Cab 1 ton dually, leath- eight models, options and accessories. er heated seats, AC, cruise, p/w, p/l, ex- 1-877-866-0667. tended 15,000 lb. hitch and trailer wiring. Both for $55,500 OBO. Ph. 306-648-2297 or 306-648-7812, Gravelbourg, SK. 2007 BIGFOOT TRAILER, 24’ Model T2401, beautiful condition, dining room slide, alum. wheels, fiberglass siding, 16’ awning, thermo windows, more options, $30,000. 306-946-2495, 306-946-7173, Watrous, SK. 1992 DUTCHMEN 28’ trailer, good shape, $7500 OBO. 306-831-7108, Fiske, SK. CARDINAL 2008 MODEL 31RK LE and Ford 2008 F250 diesel, crewcab. Truck and trailer are immaculate with too many extras to mention. Asking $34,000 for trailer or $32,000 for truck. Phone 306-374-9204, Saskatoon, SK.

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2010 30.5’ SUNDANCE RE Ultra-light 5th wheel, fibreglass, never used, double push-out, all the options. $28,500, GST paid. Phone 306-934-0401, Saskatoon, SK. 18’ TERRY TRAILER, older but in good condition. $2900; 14’ Delta boat, 35 HP Johnson, $2500. 306-678-2149, Hazlet, SK

2002 NEWMAR DUTCH STAR 38’, S/N 4UZAAHAK12CJ74298, c/w 330 Cat, 6 spd. Allison, air ride susp., 2 large slides, dual AC, inverter, 3 large solar panels, 26’ auto elec. awning, dome and stationary satellite TV, all options. Registered in SK. $69,900. Call for pics. Bob 780-877- 3910 1981 SCAMPER 8’ truck camper, good or cell 780-679-7680. Ferintosh, AB. s h ap e , s e ve r a l n ew p a r t s r e c e n t ly. 306-398-4709, Cut Knife, SK. 1999 COACHMAN 5th wheel 25’ w/slide, AC, sleeps 6, w/wo hitch, exc. cond. Dew- HAUL YOUR BIKE! Aluminum motorcycle trailer with 24” aluminum salt shield/rock berry, AB, 780-847-2639, 780-871-3768. guard, ramps, 2000 lb. torsion axle. Only 2005 26.5 SPORTSMAN 5th wheel, fib- $2150! Call Flaman Trailers, Saskatoon, reglass siding, large slide, elec. jacks, 18’ SK. 306-934-2121. awning, designer pkg, exc. cond., $17,900 OBO. Phone 306-692-7942, Moose Jaw, SK 2002 KAWASAKI VULCAN NOMAD, 1500 2006 24.5’ TRAVELAIRE RUSTLER 5th cc, EFI, lots of accessories, 46,000 kms, wheel, like new, awning, 1 slide, micro- $6999 PST paid. 306-873-2633 Tisdale SK. wave, large fridge, CD, radio, AC, asking DL #910416. $17,900. 306-693-9049, Moose Jaw, SK. 2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON Soft Tail Heri2002 CARDINAL 32’ fifth wheel, all op- tage Classic, 7000 miles, $18,000 OBO. tions, 2 slides, sleeps 6. 306-383-2505, Phone 306-648-2297 or 306-648-7812, Quill Lake, SK. Gravelbourg, SK. 2000 30’ TERRY fifth wheel, 2 pushouts, no pets, no smoking, clean, $17,000. 306-859-4800, Beechy, SK. 2007 EXTREME 5TH WHEEL, 27’, light- PARTING OUT Polaris snowmobiles, 1985 weight fiberglass, fully loaded w/one slide. to 2005. Edfield Motors Ltd., phone: In new cond. Priced to sell $14,500. 306-272-3832, Foam Lake, SK. 306-726-4500/306-726-7377, Southey, SK

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FEED GRAINS WANTED: Wheat, Barley and Durum; Also Oats, Peas and Flax. Premium prices, FOB farm. Prompt payment. Stan Yaskiw, Birtle, MB, 1-866-290-7113.











barley wanted

46+ lb., competitive prices 1 hour east of Saskatoon on Hwy. #16 Phone 306-944-4545

Goldenhill Cattle Company Ltd. Viscount, SK


FEED BARLEY, WHEAT, RYE, TRITICALE and ALL TYPES OF SCREENINGS! Also AGENTS for Chickpeas, Lentils, Field Peas COMPETITIVE! PROMPT PAYMENT! Swift Current, SK Toll Free: 1-877-360-0727 E-Mail:

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ALFALFA/GRASS large round bales, net wrapped. 306-456-2596, 306-861-6849, Tribune, SK HAY FOR SALE, 2000 large 4x4 sq. alfalfa bales, $40/ton, trucking can be arranged. 306-457-2935 evenings, Stoughton, SK. ORGANIC ALFALFA. 4 quarters, 8 miles South of Kincaid, SK. Should be ready to cut within a month. Excellent stand. Photo’s available. Call Art at: 306-539-1177 or email:

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Phone:403-994-7 207 or 7 80-206-4666 w w na dia nh a ya ndsila 1000 ROUND BALES, alfalfa/grass mix, exc . cond., 1400 lbs., net wrapped, $50/bale. 204-625-5225, Elphinstone, MB. 300 ACRES STANDING alfalfa, Minton/ Ceylon, SK. area. 306-869-2782. HAYLAND TOO WET? I can help. Alfalfa/ Brome large round bales, soft core approx. 1500 lbs., twine wrap, no rain, $20/bale. 306-456-2497, Goodwater, SK. STANDING HAY, 690 ACRES, grass/alfalfa mix, sell standing or on shares. 306-796-4547, Central Butte, SK. APPROX. 500 ACRES of rolled, standing alfalfa/brome mix. 306-642-5715 leave msg., Assiniboia, SK. 480 ACRES of standing alfalfa, crested wheat. Northeast of Sibbald, AB. Call 403-676-2002 leave message. GOOD QUALITY HAY, AB and BC, big rounds. Call for delivery prices. 403-758-3041, Magrath, AB. ALFALFA HARD CORE round bales, net wrap, approx. 1500 lbs., loading and trucking available. Standing alfalfa, by the lb. or share. Ph or fax 306-228-3727, Unity SK

HAY GROWERS: Don’t let the weather dictate your 2011 hay crop, use The Juice -Canada’s #1 hay preserver. The Juice will protect your crop against mould, color and nutrient loss. Call Canadian Hay & Silage, 403-994-7207, Bowden, AB. Website: HAY FOR SALE/VOLUME DISCOUNTS, Cattle and horse quality available, round b a l e s o n ly. P h o n e 3 0 6 - 2 3 0 - 6 6 1 5 o r 306-374-4049, Saskatoon, SK. E X C E L L E N T H O R S E H AY r o u n d a n d squares and some straw. Call Ken Qualman 306-492-4634, Dundurn, SK. 240 ACRES standing hay on shares. 60 acres 2nd year, 40 acres 1st yr., 140 acres older hay. 306-699-2631, Qu’Appelle, SK. 2011 LARGE ROUND alfalfa bromegrass bales, net wrap. 306-672-4078, Gull Lake, SK. ALFALFA/BROME HAY, 4x8 square, avg. 1600 lbs., feed test available, no rain, tarped. Contact Jim, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK, days 306-332-6221, night 306-332-3955. 120 ACRES STANDING alfalfa/ grass for sale. 306-329-4474, Asquith, SK.


STANDING FORAGE 100 acres of cattleman’s mix hay and 600 acres alfalfa. Ph/fax: 306-228-3727, Unity, SK. WANTED: DAIRY QUALITY alfalfa hay in big squares. 306-859-4800, 306-858-7090, Beechy, SK. 2011 ALFALFA/ BROME mix round bales, average weight 1500 lbs.; 2010 alfalfa/ brome mix round bales. No rain after cut. Phone 306-459-2859, Ogema, SK.




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SOLID CORE ROUND, small square: alfalfa, alfalfa grass, greenfeed, grass, straw. Delivered. 306-237-4582, Perdue, SK. 300 ACRES OF ALFALFA/ brome grass for sale. Must be cut and baled. Located in RM of Invermay. Call 306-382-8666. 600 ROUND ALFALFA BALES, net wrapped, approx. 1300 lbs., 2010 crop. Phone 306-725-4828, Bulyea, SK. EXCELLENT FEED, 500 alfalfa large round hard core crimped 1500 lb. bales. 18% protein, 58.75% TDN, $30/bale. Trucking available. Ph 306-631-8881, Brownlee, SK.

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32”X80” SWIFT LATHE with 3-5/8” spindle bore, 4 jaw chuck, tool post, taper attachment. Machine is very heavy and runs excellent, also has power feed on compound asking $14,500 OBO; No. 5 Cincinnati universal horizontal Milling machine with vertical head; 50 HP 3 phase motor 220/ 480V. Machine runs well, just upgrading and needed the space. Asking $4900 OBO. Located in Oxbow, SK. ask for Cory 306-483-2376. 10” KING TABLE saw, $350; 6” King jointer, $350. 306-373-2702, Saskatoon, SK. LATHES FOR SALE: Pacemaker 21x90, $7500; DMTG 14x40, $6500; Import 14x40, $3500: TOS 20x60, $6500. Phone Bob 306-536-3026, Regina, SK. SANDBLASTING POTS for sale. Phone: 306-825-7334, Lloydminster, AB.

LARGE HEAVY TIRE chains, approx. 4’ wide BAG CLOSING REPAIRS. We repair by 10’ long, vg cond, offers. 780-334-2650 Fischbein, Union Special, Taylor scales, eves., 780-799-2719 cell, Anzac, AB. Howe Richardson, express scales. Call FLOATER TIRES, 48x3100x20, 50% to 1-800-667-6924, LMC Canada, Saskatoon. new; Also 445-65R22.5 with bud rims, like LANDIS NO. 12 MODEL K STITCHER and new, suitable for water, vac, or bed trucks. other assorted leather repair equipment Phone 306-463-8532, 306-463-5990, Kinand products. Open to offers. Midale, SK. dersley, SK. Phone 306-458-2588 or 306-634-4236


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POLY TANKS: 15 to 10,000 gallons; Bladder tanks from 220 to 88,000 gal; Water and liquid fertilizer; Fuel tanks, single and double wall; Truck and storage, gas or dsl. Wilke Sales, 306-586-5711, Regina, SK.

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NEW 20.8X38 12 PLY $826; 18.4x38 12 ply $736; 24.5x32 12 ply $1749; 14.9x24 12 ply $356. Factory Direct. Tubes sold separately. More sizes available new and COMPLETE DUAL KITS IH 1680-2588, used. Call for pricing 1-800-667-4515. new tires, 20.8x38, $13,900; JD STS, new tires, 20.8x42, $14,900; JD 9400-9610/ FOUR 620x70R42 GOODYEAR DT820 HD CTS/CTS II, new tires, 18.4x38 or 20.8x38 radial tires- 90% plus, in vg condition. $9800-$10,600; JD 6620/7720/8820 used tires 18.4Rx42, $6500. Trades welcome! 1-877-564-8734, Roblin, MB. 1-800-667-4515. NEW 23.1x26, diamond tread, $1200/pair. 780-962-5272, Acheson, AB. TWO NEW 23.5R-25 Pirelli tires, brand FLOATER TIRES AND WHEELS for high new, $1650 each; One 28 ply 26.5R-25, clearance sprayer, four 20.8x38, $8500 for 85% Guardian tire, no repairs, $1000. Phone Ray 780-699-9966, Edmonton, AB. all. Phone 204-766-2643.

HAYTER DRILLING LTD. Over 50 yrs in groundwater industry specializing in 5” 30” wells. Premium quality materials used in new construction. Old well servicing and rehab. New equipment and experienced crews. 1-888-239-1658, Watrous, SK. KORNUM WELL DRILLING, specializing in water wells, E-logging, cleaning, geothermal, environmental. 50% government grants available. Expert workmanship and fair prices. 306-541-7210, 306-699-7280, email Indian Head, SK. WATER WELLS, Heron Drilling Ltd. specializing in water wells, E-logging, sandscreens and gravel pack. Government grants available. Drilling, boring, cleaning. Call us. 49 yrs. experience. 306-752-4322, fax 306-752-7399, Melfort, SK.

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SHARP’S CONSTRUCTION, Edmonton, AB. is hiring an experienced foundation drill rig operator and labourers. Must: have valid driver’s license; understand and able to read blueprints; able to work out of town as need be. Sharp’s offers top industry wages. Fax resume to 780-466-1215 or email: CLASS 1A DRIVER required to operate tandem truck in the Saskatoon area. Assets include farm background, loader and Bobcat operating skills. Experience an asset, but willing to train the right individual. Competitive wages and benefit plan. Fax resume and abstract to: 306-668-6610 or email: WANTED OILFIELD MAINTENANCE foremen and laborers. Willing to train and get the required tickets for you. Hutterites welcome to apply. Greschner Oilfield Maintenance. 306-356-2285, Dodsland, SK Phone and fax. WANTED: GRADER OPERATORS. Experienced grader operators required in Athabasca, AB. Accommodations provided, starting at $25/hr. Drug test mandatory. Fax resume and abstract to: 780-675-9206, Ph: 780-675-9165, email: EXPERIENCED PRE-ENGINEERED METAL Building Erectors required. Overtime, benefits, living out allowance. Northern AB. ph 780-292-2511, Onoway. HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS for late model Cat equipment: Motor scrapers (cushion ride), dozers, excavators; SERVICE MECHANIC required experienced with Cat, JD, Hitachi equipment. Truck provided. Camp jobs. Competitive wages plus room and board. Valid drivers license required. Send resume and work references to Bryden Construction Aborfield, SK, or fax 306-769-8844

WATER WELL EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: EXPERIENCED LIVE-IN CAREGIVER is Caldweld 200 boring rig, 90’ Kelly, 52” ring l o o k i n g t o c a r e fo r a s e n i o r. C a l l gear, misc. boring buckets and eqpt. mtd. 306-876-4745. on IH tandem dsl. truck; Also 100 barrel IH water truck; 24’ pintle hitch trailer. Call Don 403-588-3174, Red Deer, AB. DJ’S DRILLING LTD. Plastic casing, stainless steel screens, “E” logged test holes. 28 yrs. experience drilling all over Sask. 5 yr. warranty on materials and workmanship. 306-944-4424, 306-530-1915, Plunkett SK




U-DRIVE TRACTOR TRAILER Training, 25 years experience. Day, 1 and 2 week upgrading programs for Class 1A, 3A and air brakes. One on one driving instructions. 306-786-6600, Yorkton, SK.

EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP fulltime, long term position, new JD equip. $50,000++?? House/ vehicle. Excellent opportunity for the right person. All inquiries kept confidential. Must be able to cross the US border. Serious inquiries only. STAUBER DRILLING INC. Water well Wade Feland 701-263-1300. Please email construction and servicing, exploration resume to: or fax to and geotechnical drilling. Professional ser- 701-756-6047. RM OF MONTROSE, SK. has for sale: body vice since 1959. Call the experts at FULL/ PART-TIME POSITIONS available f o r 1 9 8 2 M a c k f i r e t r u c k . P h o n e 1-800-919-9211 immediately on a grain farm in the Kinder306-380-1223 for more information. sley, SK. area. Class 1A drivers and experienced equipment operators required. We offer premium wages, benefit pkgs and accommodations. Please call 306-460-7954 and/or fax resume to 306-463-2829.

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ONLY $10,000 or trade for equal value. Must sell 2700 sq. ft. home located in Middle Lake, SK. 5 mins. to regional park. Needs extensive renos, completely serviced lot. 306-979-5255, Saskatoon, SK.

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TA R P S / C O V E R S / A C C E S S O R I E S ! Manufacture and repair of all tarps and covers. Call Canadian Tarpaulin, Saskat o o n , S K . w w w. c a n t a r p . c o m o r c a l l EXCELLENT QUALITY 5x5 hard core al- 1-888-226-8277 or 306-933-2343. falfa bales, 2010 and 2011 crops, priced TARPCO, SHUR-LOK, MICHEL’S sales, to sell. Hanley, SK. area, 306-378-7716. service, installations, repairs. Canadian RM OF CARON #162, 2011 standing hay company. We carry aeration socks. We crop for sale, 12 miles south of Caron, SK. now carry electric chute openers for grain 306-631-6118. trailer hoppers. 1-866-663-0000. 100 ACRES standing Alfalfa, cash rent, 12 SHUR-LOK TRUCK TARPS and replacement miles north of White City, SK. Call tarps for all makes of trucks. Alan, 306-781-5610. 306-723-4967, 306-726-7808, Cupar, SK. STANDING HAY w/alfalfa, quarter section TEMPORARY GRAIN BIN replacement located 4 kms, South of Melville, SK. tarps for all sizes from 22’ diameter to 105’ 306-728-2982 dia. Best quality available Canadian made ALFALFA/GRASS LARGE round bales, quality silver cone shaped tarps available 1300-1400 lbs, $40/tonne, no rain, new for all sizes. All sizes in stock. Shipped overnight to most major points in Western crop. Phone 306-969-4511, Minton, SK. Canada. For all pricing, details, and pics STANDING ALFALFA BROME, 100 acres in visit our website at or SE corner in RM 316. South and west of phone Willwood Industries toll free Delisle, SK. 306-373-7543, 306-221-9874. 1-866-781-9560, fax 306-781-0108. 70 ACRES standing alfalfa hay, planted 1 LARGE CAPACITY TARPS to cover grain year ago. Offers. Phone 306-380-1542, piles of varied sizes. Cover long grain piles Aberdeen area, SK. with 53’W, 90’W, or 109’W piles of any NET WRAP ALFALFA/ grass bales, 1000 length. 253,000 bu. pile covered for lbs., $25/bale. 306-537-6299, Regina, SK. $11,666. All sizes in stock. Best quality available Canadian made quality silver Can help arrange for trucking. tarps avail. for all sizes. Shipped overnight LARGE ROUND BALES, 1400 lbs., good to most major points in Western Canada. quality. Can deliver. 403-854-0807 or For all pricing, details, and pictures visit: 403-854-3540, Hanna, AB. or Willwood Industries all toll free 1-866-781-9560, fax STANDING HAY for sale, alfalfa grass, c306-781-0108. 200 acres. by Hwy. #47 near Stoughton, SK. Offers. 306-457-2869, 306-457-7251.

GREAT SELECTION OF WATER PUMPS, starting at $225. We also have suction hoses, lay flat discharge hoses and a large inventory of plastic, alum. and manifold fittings for any application. Contact your n e a r e s t F l a m a n S a l e s t o d ay o r c a l l CLASS 1A Truck Driver Training Ltd. Over 1-888-435-2626. 25 years training Saskatchewan, highest quality training available, Class 1, 3 and Air Brake Programs. Certified instructors/ examiners. Starting $79/ month OAC. Possible training in your area. Call for info 306-933-2676, Saskatoon,

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AJL FARMS requires full time feedlot personnel. Must have cattle health and/or machinery operation experience. Basic computer skills an asset. Must be a team player and able to work flexible hours (including some weekends). Benefits, RRSP plan and horse allowance. Fax resume to 780-723-6245. Phone 780-723-6244 or E-mail: Niton Junction, AB. FULL-TIME FARM/RANCH POSITION available. Wide variety of work in all aspects of cattle ranching and grain farming including feeding cattle, calving, processing, fencing, spraying, haying and silage, grain and bale hauling, machinery maintenance. Class 1 license. No criminal record. House avail. School bus to door. Wage based on exp. and performance. Midwest Sask. Fax detailed resume with references to 306-893-2777. MARDELL FARMS is seeking experienced farm operators for the 2011 harvest. Persons must be self motivated and hard working. Class 1A licence an asset. Room and board provided. Wages based on experience. Please forward resume to Snowden, SK. MECHANIC POSITION: Kolk Farms Ltd. has an opening for a self motivated, farm shop mechanic. Good record keeping skills and experience with farm equipment preferred. Competitive wages offered. Also seeking Class 1 and Class 3 truck driver and livestock worker. Apply by e-mail to: or fax resume to 403-732-4290. Phone: 403-732-4295. Iron Springs, AB.



M A N AG E R : N U C L E U S S O W H E R D . Located Southern Queensland. Our client is one of Australia’s largest pig production operations w/modern facilities and a commitment to best practice. The Manager Nucleus Herd G.G.P. will supervise a team to ensure the implementation of agreed production techniques, methods and control procedures. This will include following established practices in maintaining a clean, tidy and safe workplace for the protection of the health and welfare of the employees and all livestock. The successful candidate will have a passion for leading, developing and mentoring the team to ensure high productivity and reduced production costs. We are seeking an experienced individual w/sound knowledge of pig production techniques and specific issues affecting pig productions. A commercial focus, adaptability and sound team management skills are essential traits. The position, located close to a major centre, offers an excellent career opportunity at the forefront of pig production in Australia. A very attractive salary package is offered, including a company vehicle and off farm accommodation in the region. For further info. on this excellent opportunity please contact Geoff Lucas on +61 882019999. Apply with resume to quoting Job Reference #GL1418.

FULL-TIME LIVE-IN STABLE HAND WANTED. Some maintenance work and drivers license required. Edmonton, AB area. Cheryl 780-470-0456 leave message EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY on mixed dairy/ grain operation. General farm duties, milking, and feeding cows/calves. Star City, SK. Experience an asset but willing to train. Competitive wages. Contact 306-863-4367, fax resume 306-863-4342 or email LOOKING FOR PEOPLE interested in riding feedlot pens, with above average horsemanship skills, willing to train, wages dep e n d i n g o n q u a l i fi c at i o n s , b e n e fi t s available. 403-701-1548, Strathmore, AB.

FULL-TIME POSITION FOR a general Dairyman. Competitive wage and benefits (medical, dental, etc.). Located 5 minutes north of Edmonton, AB. Previous dairy experience required. Call 780-991-7893 or email resume to

WANTED: SEMI-RETIRED PERSON looking to work their own hours. Duties include repairing and fabricating old farm machinery. Welding and mechanical ability a must. Private house and yard provided, wages negotiable. Phone 306-344-4453, HANDYMAN TO TAKE full responsibility for Paradise Hill, SK. a farm based acreage in BC’s Okanagan Valley. Duties include gardening, irrigation, and animal care. Couple in early to mid 50’s preferred. Modern home and year round employment provided. Box 5586, Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C4 RANCH HAND FULL-TIME, Milliarville, AB. Experience with cattle, horses and equipment operation/ maintenance is required. Valid driver’s license, Class 1 an asset. Accommodation provided. Send resume with 3 references to fax 403-931-2626 or email RANCH JOB, MD OF RANCHLAND, Foothills, AB. Require good horsemanship skills, experience with all aspects of cattle handling, haying equipment, basic machinery and mechanical ability, fencing. Ability to pasture treat is an asset. Non-smoker. Must have two usable ranch horses. Monthly wage plus housing/utilities, to start ASAP. Send resume including personal info and job history and at least 3 references to: Nelson Creek Ranch, HELP WANTED on grain farm. Capable of operating modern machinery, 1A license and mechanically inclined would be an ass e t . N o n - s m o k e r. C a l l J o e F r a n k 306-432-4530, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK.

FARM HELPER REQUIRED on mixed farm. Experience w/modern machinery and Class 3 license. Non-smoker preferred. Accommodations provided. Wages based upon experience. Phone 403-575-4183, 403-575-2183, fax 403-575-2191, Consort, AB. WANTED: FARM PERSON to COOK for 2-3 men, cook house is living quarters. Apply to Box 339, Foremost, AB, T0K 0X0 or call 403-867-2207. FULL-TIME FARM HELPER required year round for mixed cow/calf farm. Duties include: feeding, calving, grain hauling, etc. Experience an asset, but not necessary. Board and room avail. Valid drivers license a must. 780-768-2125, Two Hills, AB. TWO EQUIPMENT OPERATORS required for summer hay operation in Biggar and Leroy, SK area. Accommodation provided. 306-364-4700, 306-360-7950. PEN CHECKERS required at 15,000 head feedlot in southern Alberta. Minimum 1 year experience in cattle health. Must have own horse and tack. Ph. 403-684-3540, email or fax 403-684-3345, Brant, AB. CENTRAL ALBERTA COW/C ALF background operation seeking full-time hardworking employee. Horsemanship and roping skills an asset and must be able to work w/wo supervision. Candidate should be in good physical condition and preferably non-smoker. Accommodation and horse provided. Fax or email resume to 780-672-5591, or mail: Hills Ranching Co. Ltd., Box 1657, Camrose, AB. T4V 1X6. Ph. 780-672-6556. Agriculture Exchange Opportunities (ages 19-30) Australia, New Zealand, Europe, U.S. Work for and live with farm families. We help get your visa and placement. International Rural Exchange Program: 306-489-4407,, COW/CALF OPERATION requires person for general farm and ranch work. Calving and pasture riding experience necessary. House with utilities and appliances supplied. Fax resume with references to 403-577-3031, Consort, AB. or email KEJA FARMS IS seeking full-time or seasonal help. Accommodation and RV site available. Wages vary upon Class of license, experience, running equip and shop work. Jason 306-642-3315, Assiniboia, SK.

FARM LABOURERS WANTED: Includes room and board, other jobs may include carpentry and construction, will train. 780902-2108, 780-920-7360, Edmonton, AB. RANCH HAND WANTED for full-time work. Needs to be able to rope/ ride and treat cattle off horseback and have general knowledge of cattle handling. Call Mike 306-469-7741, Big River, SK. HARVEST HELP NEEDED for large grain farm in east central AB., may start early August. Mechanical ability an asset, must be able to operate and maintain large mac h i n e r y. C o m p e t i t i ve w a g e s . P h o n e 403-578-3386 or 403-575-0069. FULL-TIME OPPORTUNITY on medium sized mixed farm. House provided. One employer, 11 on, 3 off. Must have valid driver’s license. Experience required. Jim 403-577-2197, 403-575-0093, Consort, AB

LOOKING FOR HARVEST HELP which could lead to full time employment on smaller farm in SW Sask. Fully furnished accommodations provided on separate farmyard. Ph. 306-478-2672, Mankota, SK. FARM HELPER WANTED on mixed farm. Room and board available. Phone or fax resume to 403-631-2373, Olds, AB. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY: Young man for farm help and harvest duties. Must be mech. inclined, self motivated, good organizational skills, and truck experience. Wages according to abilities. Room and board supplied. Partnership position for right person. 306-747-3739 Shellbrook, SK JULY 15 TO NOVEMBER 15. Building equipment and property maintenance. Will train the right applicants in the operation of various farm equipment. Clean driver’s licence and good health. Applicants should be prepared to return for several seasons, as a high amount of training may be required. $14.80/hr. depending on experience. Abernethy, SK. Call 1-877-806-8482 or fax: 306-335-2773. LARGE PROGRESSIVE grain farm, near Mossbank, SK, seeking SEASONAL HARVEST HELP. Valid drivers license necessary, Class 1A preferred, exp. operating large machinery an asset. Competitive wage and accommodations available. Call Dave 306-354-7369 or Mike 306-354-7822 Email:

FULL-TIME PERMANENT WORKER required on mixed farm/ranch operation. Experience with cattle and machinery required. Class 3 license an asset. Housing provided. Email to: WANTED: FARM Equipment Operator, must be familiar with hay and harvest 403-575-0214, Veteran, AB. equip., some cattle experience preferred 10,000 HEAD FEEDLOT AT OLDS, AB. b u t n o t n e c e s s a r y . C a l l M i k e requires experienced equipment operator/ 306-469-7741, Big River, SK. general repairman. House and benefits available. Fax resume to 403-556-7625 or NOW HIRING: Farm Ranch Hand for fulltime employment w/accommodations near Warner, AB. Include 3 references (with phone numbers) on resume and fax to: 403-642-2471 or call: 403-642-2380 for more info. L&M FARM LTD. hiring full time employees to work on a large grain and forage seed farm. Duties include farm equipment operation, maintenance of various agricultural machinery and general farm duties. Previous farm experience and a class 1A an asset. Excellent wages. Cut Knife, SK. 306-398-2923

POUND-MAKER AGVENTURES LTD, located in Central Saskatchewan, is looking for individuals for the following positions: shipping, receiving and processing cattle, pen rider, yard maintenance and feed truck driver. Must have a valid drivers license and be in good physical health. Excellent company compensation plan, health benefits package and pension plan. Send resume to or fax to: 306-365-4283.

SASK WEST CENTRAL grain farm requires an employee for harvest starting August 1st. Must have experience operating and maintenance of modern farm e q u i p m e n t a n d h ave C l a s s 1 A . C a l l 306-967-2779, 306-967-2423, Eatonia, SK. DAIRY HERDSPERSON required for 100 cow tie-stall facility. $3700- $3900 per month. Rental accommodations available. Phone 306-771-4318, Balgonie, SK. HELP WANTED ONE GOOD FARMHAND NEEDED! Experience with haying and harvest. Must have vehicle. Top wages depending on experience. Minton, SK. Phone 306-969-4701 or 306-869-7287. EXPERIENCED FARM HELP WANTED on mid-sized farm near Saskatoon, SK. Top wages. Fax resumes to 306-373-5380. TRAIL GUIDES, BACKCOUNTRY COOKS and Helpers summer positions. For more info call 403-762-5454 or email resume to: FARM EMPLOYMENT! We can help find you a good employee or find you a good Ag related job. Ag Employ Alberta, email or ph. 403-732-4295.


EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASS 1 DRIVERS We offer Excellent Wages, Benefits, Seasonal or Full time, Advancement opportunities. Call Daryl @ 403-333-3153 or email to: AUSTRALIAN GRAIN FARMS and cattle stations looking for young Canadians to work. Call Cascade Recruitment at: 780-753-1283. website: 2 FULL-TIME POSITIONS and part-time harvest help wanted. Mixed farm, feedlot and ranch. Class 1 and mechanical ability an asset. Ph/fax: 403-646-5988, Nanton, AB. Email: POSITION AVAILABLE - Equine Reproduction Specialist, Aug. 01, 2011 to July 31, 2012. Duties: Embryo recovery/transfer. Reference must be valid. Wages $3000/month. Wunderbar Arabians, apply Fax 306-382-8457

FARMER WANTED for year round permanent position with Forster Farm. Farmer will manage overall operation of dry land farm operation and cattle ranch in Sedgewick, AB. Valid drivers license a must; Class 1 an asset. Farming experience necessary. $17/hr. Call Brent 780-384-3019. RANCH HAND WANTED for moving and treating cattle, lots of riding, must have LARGE GRAIN FARM requires additional own horses. Call 306-547-3323 to apply. employees. Experience in operating JD Preeceville, SK. combines, grain cart, swathers, 4 WD tractors, Class 1A/AZ license and general farm l a b o r a n a s s e t . Wa g e s r a n g e f r o m $14-$24/hr. depending on experience. Starting date between July 20 to August MOBILGRAIN LTD. has a new and unique 10. Accommodations available. Please style of handling and exporting grain. It c o n t a c t Q u e n t o n o r D a n , p h o n e currently has openings at it’s Bethune and 306-354-7585, fax or email resume Aylesbury plant and rail car loading fa306-354-7758, cilities. Located in central Saskatchewan. Farm or grain handling experience an aswebsite: set. Phone 3 0 6 - 5 2 9 - 6 7 6 6 or visit EXPANDING FEEDLOT IN Central Alberta is looking for Feed Truck Operator. Must GREENHOUSE SUPERVISOR, required at have Class 3 with air, experience an asset, Oyen Greenhouses Ltd., to lead and train and mechanically inclined. Duties include workers. The successful applicant should feeding, machinery and facility mainte- have a college education in horticulture nance. 10 and 4 schedule. Please fax re- with 2- 3 yrs. experience. The ability to sume to: 403-638-3908 and/or phone read, write and understand English is 403-638-4165, Sundre, AB. necessary and some knowledge of Spanish FULL-TIME POSITION on grain/cattle op- would be beneficial. Starting wage is eration. $20- $30/hr. Free housing. Class $16.74/hr. Working days, evenings and 1A an asset and be able to operate large weekends are required during the busy season. Interested applicants can email machinery. 306-460-4903, Flaxcombe, SK. resumes to: HELP REQUIRED - SEEDING to harvest. Fax: 403-664-2759; Mail: PO Box 358, Duties: Seeding, Trucking, Haying and Har- Oyen, AB T0J 2J0; Or Apply in person to vesting. Exp. preferred, but willing to train. 201-1 Ave. West, Oyen, AB. Room and board included. Hutterites welcome. 780-367-2387, Willingdon, AB. ROSANA FARMS SEEKING full-time employee for large grain and pulse operation. Must be a team player, able to take instruction and work independently. 1A licence required and high clearance sprayer knowledge an asset. $20/hr. starting for right candidate. Housing benefit available. Call Robin 306-463-8128, Kindersley, SK.


FARM HELP WANTED. Must be mechanically inclined and able to operate and maintain modern equipment. Please send resumes to Box 328, Paynton, SK. S0M 2J0 or e-mail 306895-4601. FULL TIME PERMANENT position available on farm/ranch in Cypress Hills, SK. Cattle experience and Class 1 would be beneficial, machinery and basic mechanical experience a must. stable job record, reliability, work history, resume and refere n c e s r e q u i r e d , h o u s i n g ava i l a b l e . 306-295-4050, Eastend, SK. WANTED: LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER, to assist with lady reliant on oxygen in Flaxcombe, SK. Duties include: cleaning, laundry, cooking and driving to doctor’s appointments. Must have valid driver’s licence. Must apply with resume and references. Wages are negotiable. For more i n fo o r t o a p p l y c a l l M a r g a r e t a t 306-463-1066 or Ernie at 306-968-2002. BIG GAME GUIDE Positions. Kootenay Region of BC. Preference given to candidates with experience hunting elk and moose and horse packing. Opportunity for year round employment guiding in BC, US, and New Zealand. e-mail info and resume to or fax 250-426-0114.

GRATTON COULEE AGRI PARTS LTD. Is a progressive, expanding agricultural salvage parts company specializing in late model tractor and combine parts and located at Irma, Alberta. We are looking for

MECHANICAL ASSEMBLERS (4 vacancies) Permanent, full time positions-44 hrs per week. Salary $18.00 to $20.00/hr. Previous experience an asset. To apply for a position with us, please e-mail resume to: or send fax to 780-754-2333 Attention: Alvin Wannechko RED ROCK NURSERY is accepting applications for Greenhouse Labourers. Duties to include: seeding, thinning, transplanting, weeding and harvesting of trees. Starting now. Wage rate $8.93 per hour, 40 to 50 hours per week, 7 days per week. Please mail resume to: Box 40046, RPO Southridge, Medicine Hat, AB, T1B 4S6. AVENA FOODS, Regina, SK is now hiring an Assistant Miller in the processing plant, long term, full-time. Avena Foods is a growing processor of high quality gluten-free oat based food products with markets across North America. Duties include operation of grain processing/milling equip., ensuring efficient operation and top quality production. Required to work rotating shifts. Currently scheduled to provide a 4-day work week. Must be able to work in team environment w/minimum supervision. Starting wage: $17/hr. Comprehensive benefit pkg. Fax resumes: 306-757-1218 or: SOUTH CENTRAL CATTLE CO. LTD. requires a full time feed truck driver. Will train the right applicant to feed. Class 5 drivers licence required, mechanical skills a n a s s e t . B e n e fi t p a c k a g e . S a l a r y $13-15/hr. based on experience. Fax resume and references to 306-692-3252. Moose Jaw, SK area.




Grader, Loader, Scraper, Tractor & Truck Driver Preference will be given to applicants with road building experience and a valid 1A license. Salary negotiable based on experience. Wages are competitive and include overtime and full benefit package. Position to commence as soon as possible. Please supply qualifications and references, Apply with resume by July 28 , 2011 to: R.M. of Browning No. 34 Box 40, Lampman, SK S0C 1N0

Phone 306-487-2444 Fax 306-487-2496 Email: 8 PERMANENT POSITIONS available at County Fresh Farms, Cypress County, AB. Job includes heavy lifting, fast paced repetitive plant work in a hot, humid environment. No smokers, can’t be scared of heights. Shift work, 7 days/wk., 40 to 60 hrs./wk., $8.93/hour. Experience an asset. Email resumes to: WELCLEAN LAND SERVICES, a reclamation company in Lloydminster, AB area, is looking for experienced farm laborers, tractor operators, fencers, Class 1 drivers, backhoe operator, mulcher operators w/GPS experience. Please fax resume to: 780-875-6334 or email your resume to: 6 PERMANENT POSITIONS avail. at Rolling Acres Greenhouses, Medicine Hat, AB. Job includes heavy lifting, fast paced repetitive plant work in a hot, humid environment. No smokers, can’t be scared of heights. Shift work, 7 days/wk., 40- 60 hrs./wk., $8.93/hr. Experience an asset. Email resumes to: GRADER/SCRAPER OPERATOR: R.M. of Happyland No. 231, with office located in the progessive community of Leader, SK. is now accepting applications for the position of a permanent seasonal Grader/Motor Scraper Operator. Duties include operating a motor grader, motor scraper and any other duties assigned by council. A valid driver’s license is required and a Class 1A License would be an asset. Applications stating experience, salary expected, and three references will be accepted until 12:00 noon on Fri. July 29, 2011. Applications, marked “Grader/Motor Scraper Operator” can be forwarded to: R.M. of Happyland No. 231, Box 339, Leader, SK. S0N 1H0 Fax: 306-628-4228, or e-mail: The R.M. wishes to thank all who applied, however, only those individuals with interviews will be contacted. If questions exist, please contact Tim at 306-628-3800.

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Plea se Forw a rd Resu m es to M a rc a t G ra tton Cou lee Ag ri Pa rts Ltd ., B ox 4 1,Irm a ,AB T0B 2H 0 or S en d Fa x to 780-75 4 -2333. 0FA III MEDIC to work in AB/MB oil patch. Angels EMS, 780-536-6005 or 780-776-2401, High Prairie, AB. EARN $4000 PER MONTH PART-TIME in the livestock or equipment appraisal business. Agricultural background required C l a s s r o o m o r h o m e s t u dy c o u r s e s available. Phone toll free 1-800-488-7570. WATKINS PRODUCTS 1-800-663-5252 Buy retail/wholesale or start your own business. ID 019485 email TRAIL GUIDES FOR horseback riding needed. Spectacular mountain trails in Jasper, AB. Horse experience required. Call Dale at 780-883-1200.

WANTED: EXPERIENCED CLASS 3 Vac Truck Operators. Also Class 1A or 3A Water Truck Operators, experience not necessary, willing to train. To live and work in Rocky Mtn. House, AB. area. Fax resume to 403-844-2773.

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THE SHAMROCK CO-OP is looking for an Agro Sales Manager. The responsibilities would be: inventory management, farm contacts, and administrative duties. Applicants must have a strong agricultural background and posses excellent communication, customer service, and organizational skills. Computer knowledge (including skills in using spreadsheets), and a valid drivers license are required. Wage negotiable. Please respond by email or fax 306-648-2798. Located in Shamrock, SK. Phone 306-648-3597.


SERVICE MANAGER WESTLOCK,A B Progressive dealership requires a self starter who is able to manage the service department with little supervision. Excellent career opportunity. If you are able to lead with imagination and excellence applytoday! Full benefits. email: fax: 403.782.6810

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RECON IN LLOYDMINSTER is looking for Wireline Field Operators. Clean Class 1 or 3 required. Experience and safety tickets are an asset, but we will train the right people. Fax resume to 780-440-6207 or email

CROSS-COUNTRY Sales and Service, Sedgewick, AB is looking for a full-time Polaris Technician to start immediately. Must have working knowledge of snowmobiles and ATV’s. Training available. Family owned dealership in east central A B . C o n t a c t Ly n n 7 8 0 - 3 8 4 - 2 2 1 5 .

WANTED CLASS 1A Driver with oilfield experience, clean drivers abstract and all safety tickets. We offer competitive wages, great schedule with group benefits. Home every night! Random drug testing. Fax resume, drivers abstract and copy of all safety tickets to: 306-893-4450, Phone: HD TRUCK MECHANIC required for 780-872-9599, Waseca, SK. or email us at: small trucking company in Lloydminster, AB area. License an asset but not necessary. Competitive wages based on experiWANTED: GRADER OPERATORS. Expe- ence and qualifications Please call John or rienced grader operators required in Atha- Ginette at 780-846-0002 or fax resume to basca, AB. Accommodations provided, 780-846-0005. starting at $25/hr. Drug test mandatory. F a x r e s u m e a n d a b s t r a c t t o : APPRENTICE MACHINIST wanted in 780-675-9206, Ph: 780-675-9165, email: Bonnyville, AB, 2nd or 3rd year. Contact Dan, email: TRUCK DRIVERS WANTED: end dump, low beds, and tandems. Back Hoe and Tr a c t o r O p e r a t o r s . F a x r e s u m e t o 403-664-3356, Oyen, AB.

Vacuum & Water Truck Operators Needed Bulldog Vacuum Service Ltd. is an Oilfield company based in Mannville, Alberta since 1996. We are currently looking for experienced Vacuum & Water Truck operators for this up and coming season. Requirements are a minimum Class 3 license with air and a good drivers abstract also oil field tickets necessary. Successful candidates will have lodging supplied and a choice of work in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba. We strive for excellence and for that reason, our employees are an important part of our business and we offer top wages and an excellent benefit package. Interested parties please forward a copy of your resume, drivers abstract & oil field tickets to: Email: Fax: 780-763-6472 Phone: 780-763-6473

WELLSITE DRILLING SUPERVISORS needed for year-round and winter only work. Supervision experience an asset, or must have minimum 5 years pushing and/or drilling experience. Send resumes EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: General to: Manager- Retail farm, construction and OPERATORS REQUIRED for dozer, track- hardware store in Dauphin, MB. For more hoe or grader with tickets and drivers li- information see Service Canada’s listing cense. Fax resume to 780-723-5305 or #5778806 at or visit contact Lloyd at 780-712-0411, Edson, AB.

Working GENERAL MANAGER Position Applications are now being accepted for a working General Manager for the Interlake Cattlemen’s Co-op at Ashern which is located in the Interlake area of central Manitoba. This is a thriving auction mart selling approx. 70,000 head of cattle per year. Duties to include shipping, receiving and processing cattle as well as supervision of barn workers and office staff. The manager will be responsible for management of day to day operations and report to the Board of Directors on a monthly basis. The successful candidate must have good public relations skills. Must have experience and knowledge of cattle husbandry. Job to commence in August 2011. Wages negotiable depending on experience. To be considered for this position, please email or fax resumes by July 20, 2011 to: or jasonbednarek@hotmail.comor or fax 204-768-3690. For more info: call Jason Bednarek at 204-768-3574 or 204-768-0184 (cell) or Stacy Meisner at 204-768-0117 Interlake Cattlemen’s Co-op Box 599, Ashern, MB R0C 0E0 (our website:


IM M E D IA TE P O SITIO N S A VA IL A B L E : * Certified Journeymen Picker/Crane Truck Operators * Winch Truck/Tractor Drivers * Swamper/Laborers * Journeymen or Apprentice Heavy Duty Mechanic * Loader Operator * Dispatcher Send resume to:

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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN REQUIRED. If you are reliable and self motivated we have a place for you at Formo Motors Ltd. in Swan River MB. We offer an attractive wage and benefit package. For more information or to submit your resume, please contact Ken Treasure at 204-734-4577.


E xcellen tca reer o p p o rtu n ity in La com b e , AB . T o m a in ta in o u r lin e o f L exio n co m b in es , the b es tin the W o rld . W e a re a very s u cces s fu l co m p a n y w ith fo u r b ra n ches in Alb erta . Apply to d a y to be pa rt o f a g ro w in g e n te rpris e . em a il: h r@ a lb e rta h a rve s tce n tre .com o r fa x: 403 .78 2.6 8 10 SMALL OILFIELD COMPANY requires Shop Mechanic. License not necessarily required. Duties may also include trucking and equipment operation. Fax resume to 403-664-3356, Oyen, AB. AG MECHANIC REQ’D for MF Dealership, 35 mins. from Saskatoon SK, in full service community with K- 12 School. Dealership offers a health plan and new shop. Strong computer skills necessary. Ongoing factory training available. Journeyman status not req’d. Wage based on exp. Fax resume to 306-237-4212,

CENTRAL ALBERTA DEALERSHIP requires a Journeyman HD MECHANIC. Looking for the small town atmosphere with all the amenities, this is the place for you! We are close to major centres and located in a very busy agricultural area. Excellent wage and benefits depending on experience. Applicant must be self-motivated team player, able to work well with others. Send resume to Al York, fax 403-843-3430 or email Rimbey, AB.

CCS Corpora tion (“ CCS” ), hea d q ua rtered in Ca lg a ry, is a n in d ustry lea d erin provid in g en viron m en ta l solution sf orthe en erg y a n d n a tura l resource in d ustries. W ith en viron m en ta l w a ste trea tm en t f a cilities opera tin g in A lb erta , British Colum b ia a n d Sa ska tchew a n , CCS M id strea m Services ha s b ecom e w estern Ca n a d a ’slea d erin trea tm en t, recovery a n d d isposa l of petroleum b y-prod ucts. A s a custom er-d riven org a n iza tion , w e ta ke g rea t prid e in f in d in g in n ova tive custom er-f ocused solution s. W e m a in ta in our lon g -term com m itm en t to en viron m en ta l stew a rd ship b y con sta n tly strivin g to exceed in d ustry sta n d a rd s. W ith a pproxim a tely 500 em ployees, our f ocus on con tin uous im provem en t a n d opera tion a l excellen ce a llow susto g row a sa g lob a l lea d erof en erg y services.

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WATER AND VACUUM Truck Operators Wanted for oilfield work. Top wages and benefits. Experienced operators recommended but we welcome all farmhands with Class 1 or 3 license. Great opportunity to work for a reputable company. Please fax resume 403-934-3487, or email Strathmore, AB.

CLASS 1 OR 3 DRIVERS- oil/ water hauling. Bed/ winch truck, pressure truck or steamer experience an asset. Work within 50 mile radius of Viking, AB. Home based nightly. Competitive wages, benefit pkg. Contact or fax resume to 780-336-2622.

LEASE OPERATORS: SK/AB Co. looking to expand grain and fertilizer operations for December contracts. Lease operators w/wo trailers needed. Serious inquiries only. First 15 applications approved will be accepted. Operators based out of SK or AB. Contact 306-893-4325, Maidstone, SK. 1A/3A TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING. 1- 6 Email: wk. programs. Also provide safety training courses for oilfield, mining, transportation, FULL/ PART-TIME POSITIONS available construction and industrial. Trans Indusimmediately on a grain farm in the Kinder- trial Safety Training, Saskatoon, SK. Email sley, SK. area. Class 1A drivers and experi- t r a n s i n d u s t r i a l @ s a s k t e l . n e t P h o n e : enced equipment operators required. We 306-934-5935 Fax: 306-934-5936. Toll: offer premium wages, benefit pkgs and ac- 1-866-503-6119. commodations. Please call 306-460-7954 and/or fax resume to 306-463-2829. WANTED LEASED OPERATOR to haul cattle, grain, and hay. Pulling tri-axle trailers. CLASS 1 DRIVER, to haul crude oil in the Needed immediately. Call 306-297-7470, Provost/Hardisty area. Good wages and Shaunavon, SK. benefits. Current driver’s abstract, oilfield tickets and resume. Provost, AB, fax EXP TRUCKER w/CLASS 1 required for hay 780-753-3092, phone 780-753-0086. operation, seasonal and year round posiSELECT CLASSIC CARRIERS immediate- tions, central SK., accomm. available. ly requires Leased Operators with new 306-364-4700 or 306-360-7950, Leroy, SK. model 1 tons and 5 ton straight trucks, tractors; Also Company Drivers. Trans- CLASS 1A HD Tow Truck Driver required porting RV’s/general freight, USA/Canada. for Lloydminster, AB, area. Permanent fullClean abstract required. Competitive rates. time position. Will train. Abstract required. Fuel surcharge/benefits. 1-800-409-1733. Call John or Ginette 1-888-875-8111 or fax resume to 780-846-0005. LEASED OPERATORS WANTED: Favel Transport requires leased operators to haul livestock in Canada and USA. Good miles, premium fuel surcharge, 100% benefits. Call 1-877-803-2835.

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BILL MCCOLMAN OILFIELD Hauling is currently looking for full time truck drivers with clean Class 1 license to haul fluid in the Brooks, AB. area. Competitive wages, scheduled days off, home every night. Candidates must be able to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test. Current oilfield safety tickets are an asset. Please drop off, fax 403-362-7822 or send your resume and abstract to Human Resources Dept, Brooks, AB. T1R 1C5 or email same to TRIPLE C HOLDINGS Grain Hauling Co. is looking for Leased Operators to haul grain and fert. in the 3 Western provinces. Some trailers available. Call between 9 AM to 5 PM, 306-893-4325, Maidstone, SK.

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ECOLOGY, FORAGE, NUTRITION AND FERTILITY STUDIED The Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory is a living science centre for the University of Nebraska on 12,800 acres of donated ranch land. | Page 68

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Heifer research centre still going strong Making an inefficient task an efficient business | Company says it owes success to its attention to details and hard work BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

MCCOOK, Nebraska — The Heartland Cattle Co. has weathered tornadoes and skepticism, but after 21 years the Nebraska heifer development and research centre has not only survived but thrived. Owner and operator Patsy Houghton is a former beef extension specialist from Kansas State University who believed it was possible to develop a business that took in newly weaned females, fed them properly and got them pregnant in a timely manner. Pen space at the 4,000 head facility was fully booked before she and partner Cal Siegfried opened for business. The partnership split amicably in 2006 so Siegfried could go into the catering and meat business. The yard will expand to 5,000 head next year. “When we first started this thing, experts in the industry did not have any concept of what we were trying to do,” Houghton told a mid-June tour sponsored by the Saskatchewan agriculture ministry. “We have taken some different approaches on some things, but it has resulted in long-term customers.” Houghton said heifer development is ranked among the most inefficient tasks on many ranches. Producers who custom feed and breed heifers off the ranch can add a comparable number of mature cows, which increases cash flow and weaned calves. It is also a more efficient use of forage because of mature cows’ increased physical capacity and lower net energy requirements. Houghton hires six staff members to care for the animals, develop their rations, synchronize them and impregnate them artificially before returning them home at least 45 days pregnant. “It is not rocket science,” said Janet Lynch-Rippe, who handles the artificial insemination and computerized record keeping. “It’s all in the details and it is a lot of work.” Heifers arrive between December and February and are sorted by frame size into pens of 60, 80, 100 or 120. They receive 35 percent more room than a traditional feedlot because they have to return to the range and need to be accustomed to moving around and foraging. The customer base is half commercial and half purebred producers, and the animals are not commingled with cattle from other farms. The average farm sends about 250 heifers. “The commercial guys, they may

Heartland Heifer Development Center at McCook, Nebraska, takes in 4,000 females each year. The animals are fed to breeding weight in open pens. Cattle are sorted by frame size into pens of 60, 80, 100 or 120 and are not commingled with stock from other ranches to protect biosecurity. | BARBARA DUCKWORTH PHOTO

I don’t like implants in replacement heifers at any point in time. PATSY HOUGHTON HEARTLAND HEIFER DEVELOPMENT CENTER

not be registered, but they are definitely the high end producers,” said Lynch-Rippe. Salt blocks are available in the pens to encourage cattle to drink. Temperatures can soar past 100 F in the summer. Most producers vaccinate their cattle with a five way mixture, and all are tested for persistent infection for bovine viral disease upon arrival. The heifers are synchronized to come into heat and must have two

standing heats before they are artificially inseminated. “On a peak day we’ll do 200 or 250. Right now we are down to 18 or 20,” Lynch-Rippe said. First-time conception rate is 70 percent. Five to 10 percent fail to get pregnant for a variety of reasons. New customers sometimes forget to mention that their heifers have been implanted, but the centre can tell because the reproductive tracts are smaller and less developed. “I don’t like implants in replacement heifers at any point in time,” Houghton said. Producers may implant calves soon after birth to get them to grow better, but Houghton said scientific data shows it changes animals’ physiological age and may actually hold them back. The animals are identified with large plastic ear tags, and the numbers are triple checked when they enter the breeding box to make sure all specifications are met. The centre doesn’t use an electronic ear tag system or DNA tests. “It is one of those technologies that we will keep an eye on, and there will come a time and place when we will

use it more,” Houghton said. “Right now, for a commercial guy to be able to make that pay, it probably doesn’t pencil right now.” Customers can provide their own bull semen or follow the centre’s recommendations. The heifers are put on a controlled diet to keep them from getting too fat. “ They gain about one to 1.25 pounds per day. Our biggest challenge is getting them too fat,” Houghton said. She also body condition scores them regularly. The centre takes feeder calves in the off season. “Between heifer rotations we wean bawling calves. Last fall we had 8,600 bawling calves,” she said. The centre shares its extensive records with customers to show where they are making improvements. Houghton said they can improve the rebreeding rate by eight percent through proper nutrition from weaning to first calving, eliminating problem heifers before the breeding season and calving early to give the heifer time to rebound. The centre also buys heifers to a cli-

ent’s specifications and can sell heifers for customers who don’t want them all back. It also attempts to match the females to the ranch’s environment. Some may want them smaller while others look for big ones because they have the feed and management for larger framed cattle. People may ask for big ones but then learn they do not do well in their region because of forage availability and climate. “What they say they want and what they need are two different things,” Houghton said. There is a heavy emphasis on Angus breeding, but the centre also has Charolais cross, Black Baldies and a common cross of one quarter Simmental and three-quarter Angus. This cross works well because the continental influence makes the heifers grow and the Angus provides maternal qualities such as good milk. The centre charges an average of $1.55 per head per day for 180 days, which covers feed, medications and artificial insemination. However, Houghton sees that increasing because of the high cost of corn and alfalfa.





Now is the time to inspect cattle herds for signs of fog fever ANIMAL HEALTH



y practice has seen a number of atypical interstitial pneumonias in the last several years that caused sudden deaths in healthy mature cows and bulls. These lung conditions crop up sporadically from late summer to early fall, so now is a good time to review

the disease. Atypical interstitial pneumonia, also known as fog fever, is characterized by enlarged lungs caused by edema (fluid) and emphysema (air) trapped inside. Mature cattle have great difficulty breathing and can die quickly of asphyxiation. The condition is generally associated with a recent change to a better quality, lusher pasture, normally 10 days after pasture turn-in. It usually happens in only one or two animals but can also occur in an outbreak form. Mortality is high. It is easy to see why treatment is often futile when looking at these much expanded lungs during an autopsy.

Recommended treatment includes antihistamines, non steroidal antiinflammatories and diuretics to remove the excess fluid. Antibiotics are given to prevent secondary infections in the lungs. However, no treatments produce ideal results and recovered cattle may suffer from long-term emphysema with reduced lung capacity. Farmers can be caught off guard because they don’t expect pneumonia in cows on pasture. Producers who have one case diagnosed should be on the lookout for more cases. Cows and bulls found alive will have extended necks with open mouth breathing. They may produce

fluid or froth, and the stress of treatment can be enough to cause collapse and death. A specific amino acid found in forages leads to this allergic type of pneumonia when converted. Prevention is the only way to go and is a fairly cheap fix. A good preventive measure if one case has been diagnosed or a pasture has had this disease in the past is to make dry feed available to cattle as they move into the new pasture. Allow the cattle to gradually increase their grazing time over several days, although this is easier said than done in most cow-calf operations. Feeding ionophores, specifically rumensin or bovatech, prevent this access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none

amino acid conversion and significantly reduce the incidence. They need to be started at least a day before making the pasture change and must be continued for at least 10 days. A veterinarian can provide a prescription for these products in minerals or grain. Clinical exams or post mortems should be done if a case occurs to accurately identify the problem and provide proper treatment. A veterinarian will rule out conditions such as lungworms, the BRSV virus or a true allergy causing edema, such as an allergy to a penicillin injection or a severe bee sting. Veterinarians usually have no trouble differentiating these on a gross postmortem. Cows that are found in respiratory distress from this disease can be emergency slaughtered because there is usually no fever and the cause is not infectious. The key is finding them in time. Producers can curb this sudden killer with proper pasture management and pretreating with ionophores. It is often the healthiest cow or bull that is affected. It has not been proven, but I have seen this run in family lines, which points to a possible genetic predisposition. Roy Lewis is a veterinarian practising in Westlock, Alta.


Request made for assurance fund Saskatchewan cow-calf producers want better protection against companies that don’t pay them. The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association passed a resolution at its recent annual meeting in Swift Current that called on the province to establish a livestock patrons assurance fund similar to the one in Alberta. The call comes after a Manitobabased trucking company went under earlier this year, still owing producers millions of dollars.

Public funding wanted for traceability Livestock producers say they have paid enough for traceability efforts and someone else should now foot the bill. They want the federal government to fully fund traceability beyond the farmgate. Pat Hayes, who represents the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association at the Canadian Cattle Identification Agency, said producers already have their skin in the game. The cost of full traceability, which was supposed to be implemented this year, has yet to be determined. “The numbers we are coming up with are astronomical,” Hayes said.

Executive members elected Harold Martens of Morse is the new SSGA president. Calvin Knoss of Rockglen becomes past president. The two vice-presidents are Doug Gillespie of Neville and Shane Jahnke of Gouldtown. New directors elected at the June meeting were Gerry Duckworth of Courval and Robin Wiggins from Fox Valley. access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none





Planting posts: tough digging makes for easy pounding COWBOY LOGIC



he only job where a common fella gets to start at the top is digging postholes, I’ve heard. I’ve had the fortune, good or bad, of starting at the top of a lot of those jobs. I always took three things with me: my Ph.D. (post hole digger), a spade and a tamping stick. Two tools for digging and one for packing the dirt back in a space half the size it came out of because I displaced it with a post. Digging post holes, especially the big, deep holes for fence corners, corral gates and railroad ties, is a contemplative business. You have to pause once in a while to catch your breath, gauge your depth and straightness, and ponder why you chose such an occupation for your life. When the job is done, though, it’s one of those things where you can stand back, take a look and see that you’ve made a difference. Measurable results. Quantifiable progress. The little things that bring satisfaction to physical jobs. It’s hard to complain much about digging postholes when you live in

sand country. No rocks, and the digging is easy, except when the sand gets so dry your digger can’t hang onto it long enough to get it out of the hole. It takes awhile to finish a hole when you get only a few tablespoons of dry sand to the top each time you send your digger down. Dry isn’t an issue for us now. What we are dealing with, however, is watching a four foot post hole fill halfway up with water. When we’re not on the high sands of the ranch, we’re digging in the low ground and meadows. There, you can’t get the blue clay and gumbo to come off your digger without scraping it off with your foot. And as hard as you might tamp it, if you don’t bring in some outside sand or gravel, those posts in the bog are going to float and wiggle. Still, we’ve always had it better than the country where Dad spent some of his youth in the Missouri River breaks near Culbertson, Montana. He always said you could get a job fencing in that hard pan and you could choose your pay, 10 cents a hole or a dollar a day, and anyone who knew the country would take the buck a day. Now, technology has come to the post digger’s rescue. I had a good number of posts to plant for a couple of projects this summer so I borrowed my neighbor’s hydraulic pounder. These machines have been around awhile but are just catching

Craig Kaartinen repaired broken wires on his pasture fence before hauling his cattle to pasture. At least he didn’t have to dig fence post holes. Kaartinen’s pasture west of Eriksdale, Man., near Lake Manitoba is lush because of the heavy rain that fell last month. | CHARLENE KAARTINEN PHOTO on here in the easy digging country. With this outfit, you can take a six to seven inch post and drive it in the ground four feet just by working a hydraulic lever back and forth about a dozen times. It’s a 20 minute job done in a couple of minutes and then you move onto the next one. Our ground is so soft with all the rain we’ve received that you can even drive

blunt railroad ties into the ground. No need to sharpen posts here. I only see one drawback with this hydraulic post pounder, and that’s the way it inflates the cost of a project. No, my neighbour didn’t charge me to borrow it and it only took a couple gallons of gas to run the motor. But it greatly inflated the post cost for the project because it was entirely

too easy to make the corral longer and put the posts closer together. You can bet if I had to dig all the posts by hand, there’d have been a lot fewer posts planted. But if a stronger fence is the price of progress, I guess it could be worse. Ryan Taylor is a rancher, writer and senator in the state legislature from Towner, North Dakota. access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none


DU pastures released to farmers Conservation land | Tenders will help floodinduced forage shortage for cattle producers BY BRIAN CROSS SASKATOON NEWSROOM

A conservation group that normally sets land aside for ducks is making more land available this year to waterlogged cattle farmers. Ducks Unlimited Canada is seeking producer tenders on 48,000 acres. The tenders will help Saskatchewan cattle producers who are struggling with flooded pastures, waterlogged hay fields and possible feed shortages, say DUC officials. Approximately 20,000 acres of DUC land is normally tendered to producers for haying and grazing. This year, to alleviate forage shortages caused by excess moisture and poor growing conditions, the organization will accept tenders on an additional 28,000 acres of DUC land. Brent Kennedy, DUC manager of provincial operations for Saskatchewan, said the land is located throughout the province. Some is located in the southeast around Estevan, Weyburn and Yorkton, where flooding and heavy spring rain have hampered farming operations and limited access to farmland, hay crops and pastures.

Farmers interested in submitting a tender must do so before 1 p.m. July 18. “We understand that many farmers across the province are facing forage shortages this year and (we want) to do what we can to help out,” said Kennedy. “We’ve made similar offers during times of drought and we know from those experiences that in a time of need, access to additional grazing or haying lands can make a difference.” DUC had already tendered 17,000 acres earlier in the year. It decided to expand its 2011 tendered acreage after assessing farmer need and reviewing the condition of its own land holdings. Kennedy said farmers can submit a tender online at yourland.ducks. ca or they can request tender documents by e-mailing foragesk@ Tender awards are based on the price being offered and the applicant’s proximity to the land being sought. Producers from areas that are experiencing flooding or drought conditions may be given a priority. Ducks Unlimited owns 150,000 acres in Saskatchewan. access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none

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Research ranch keeps on the cutting edge Living science centre | Researchers, students work with 750 Husker Reds to find better ways to raise, breed and feed cattle

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age samples to assess intake and nutrient quality of the grasses. The ranch, owned by the University of Nebraska, maintains a cow herd of 750 used for a variety of production projects. These samples are attached to a freeze dry system so they can be taken back to the university for complete analysis.

Water at the Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory in Nebraska is mostly drawn by 35 windmills throughout the grounds. | BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU


HITMAN, Neb. — The Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory is a living science centre for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. L ocated in the nor th-central Nebraska Sandhills, the facility is a 12,800 acre ranch of mixed-grass prairie dedicated to long-term studies on ecology, forage and nutrition, fertility, water, wildlife and insects. There is no cropland because of the fragility of the sand hills. Elmer and Abbie Gudmundsen donated the former Rafter C Ranch to the University of Nebraska Found at i o n i n 1 9 7 8 . Tw e nt y -s e v e n kilometres of fence, 24 watering locations, sorting pens, scales, a calving barn and a ranch home were built during the first six years, and endowments and other donations have added employee housing and preparation laboratories. “The ranch is run on a revolving account through the foundation,” said ranch manager Andy Applegarth, who works with three technicians, graduate students and professors. “All payroll, expenses are paid out of that account whether it be from the sale of cattle or hay.” An advisory board that includes 15 producers helps set research targets. “We need to do what the producers would like as much as you can and try

The ranch is managed by Andy Applegarth, who works with three technicians, graduate students and researchers. and keep it on the cutting edge of what they would like,” Applegarth told a tour sponsored by the Saskatchewan agriculture ministry. “It can be hard to do because you have to make money to keep the ranch going.” Heifers were bought from a feedlot to start a cow herd when the university moved to the ranch in 1981. The herd eventually became a more refined composite called Husker Reds, which comprises Red Angus, Gelbvieh, and/or Simmental. “Right now we run about 750 head of cows that will have a calf and about 200 head of yearlings,” said Applegarth. One project is looking for ways to

cut winter feed costs as well as studying the adaptability of cattle in a harsh environment. Calving was traditionally in February or March in this region. However, it was also expensive because producers had to feed the cattle 3,000 to 4,000 pounds of hay over the winter when temperatures might drop to -40 C and snow covered the grass. The ranch set up cow herd groups in which some calved in March and others moved to June calving to see if the winter feeding program could be trimmed. Researchers have reduced hay requirements to about 500 lb. per cow over winter. The rest of the feed is derived from grazing winter pastures. “We took feeding hay plumb out of the June herd,” he said. However, the June calving herd was switched back to May calving three years ago and the calves are weaned in January. The results are still under study. The centre is just getting its first crop of replacement heifers from that group and needs to learn how well these late born calves fit into a breeding program with altered nutrition platforms. The March calving herd includes heifers that start at the beginning of the month and cows that follow two weeks later. “From the time the cows are totally weaned in December, they are run with the least amount of hay possible,” Applegarth said.


“With the March herd, we graze them unless there is too much storm.” The herd needs to be monitored to make sure it is not left without forage when the snow is too deep or temperatures are too cold. The cattle are also divided into groups to test various amounts of supplementation. One herd receives no winter supplementation, two groups receive one lb. of 32 percent supplement and another two groups receive two lb. of supplement. Late December weaned calves without supplementation seem to stay healthy within the system, and the heifers have no problem getting bred. The second calf heifers seemed to have trouble rebreeding, but this appeared to be a problem throughout the region this year. Heifers that fail to get pregnant in this program are shipped to a feedlot to provide income for the ranch. The cattle are also part of a fetal development project to learn if the fetus adapts to the environment before the cow calves. Graduate students collect forage samples during the summer by clipping grasses and monitoring cow intake. Some of the sampling is done with an esophageal fistula. A hole is made in the animal’s neck and the apparatus is inserted and plugged. The plug is removed after the cattle eat and samples can be taken to examine what plants they are picking up.


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Innovative water technology hitting brick wall: report Government red tape | Report recommends that water-saving technology be tax deductible to encourage companies to upgrade BY BRYN LEVY SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Canada must reduce barriers holding back the development of technology that would make agriculture a more efficient water user, says the director of a policy think-tank. Dianne Cunningham, director of the Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management at the University of Western Ontario’s Richard Ivey School of Business, said layers of government red tape need to be streamlined if Canada wants to be a leader in water innovation.

“There’s far too many levels of government, far too many agencies, far too many duplications of efforts, and it’s taking a very long time to get innovation to the market,” she said. Cunningham cited backlogs of up to 18 months just to get phone calls returned by some agencies as an example of barriers to foreign investment. The Lawrence centre’s report is the culmination of a forum on water issues held earlier this year that included representatives from business, government and the agri-food sector. The report said agriculture is Cana-

da’s biggest user of water and stressed the need for government and business to work with it to make operations more efficient. Cunningham pointed to several Canadian success stories as examples of the kinds of innovation she would like to see more of in Canada. Projects such as a waste water recycling system at Algoma Orchards near Newcastle, Ont., are what Cunningham sees as key to sustainable water use by the agriculture industry. A l g o m a’s d e m a n d f o r w a t e r increased substantially when it added juicing to its apple growing

and processing operations last year. The company installed a system that turns the effluent from its operations back into potable water that can then be fed back into the production cycle. The Lawrence centre report makes the case that existing incentive programs for this type of upgrading aren’t enough to encourage producers to adopt new technologies at a pace that will generate significant reductions in Canada’s use of fresh water. The report also suggests allowing producers to claim 100 percent depreciation on new water-saving

technology within the first year of operation. “We just came up with market instruments that could be considered and new policies that could simplify this water governance structure, that could increase the pace of innovation,” said Cunningham. The report mainly focuses on examples in Ontario, but Cunningham said this is not to suggest that one province’s model should be imposed on the rest of the country. “We know that in every province water is local, so you can’t have it topdown, one size fits all.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none


Trade negotiations vital to livestock sector: CCA BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

EDMONTON — Trade talks are more of a marathon than a sprint, says the chair of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association. However, Travis Toews said the results for the cattle industry are worth the time, money and effort. “They are critically important,” he told Alberta Beef Producer delegates during their semi-annual meeting. Toews said it’s hard to put a dollar value on the lost income from closed borders to Canadian cattle since BSE, but the numbers can add up quickly. It’s estimated that the fight with the United States over mandatory country-of-origin labelling has already cost Canadian cattle producers $20 to $30 a head. Multiply that by four million head a year and the losses to the industry are staggering. The South Korean ban on Canadian cattle has cost the industry $20 per head, or $80 to $100 million, just from not being able to sell short ribs to the country. Add in trade disputes with the European Union and Japan and the value of the losses are large. “Overall market access is a huge opportunity,” said Toews. More than half the CCA’s $3 million budget is spent on trade matters. The long, slow discussions with the European Union are not moving quickly, but Toews believes Canada will eventually get a deal. “I believe beef access will be negotiated at the 11th hour in some back room in Brussels,” said Toews, who hopes beef won’t be the loser in the trade talks to save the supply managed industries. John Weekes, an international trade consultant, said it was heartening to hear the federal government mention Canada’s EU negotiations in its recent throne speech. It said it aimed at completing a free trade agreement with the EU by 2012. While it was only one line in the throne speech, Weekes said it is a sign of the government’s commitment to agriculture. “The government is very concerned about opening markets for


producers,” said Weekes. The lucrative European market is an important one for Canada, especially for beef. He said it’s estimated EU countries will need to import one million tonnes of beef by 2015. Gaining access to the Chinese market has also been a slow process. “Not one pound of beef has gone to China yet. The Chinese have thrown up roadblock after roadblock. It’s been glacial to say the least.” Toews said he is optimistic China will eventually open its borders to Canada. Canada recently reached a beef access deal with South Korea that is expected to end a World Trade Organization challenge. It has backed off on its challenges with Japan after that country’s earthquake, but will soon force the country to reopen negotiations. “They continue to hide behind excuses of political instability. Before the earthquake, Japan always cited another election for the reason of not moving forward,” he said. “In my view, when we’re done with Korea, Japan would be our next recommendation for a WTO challenge.” Canada now has full bone-in access to Mexico on cattle younger than 30 months, but negotiations have stalled on access for cattle older than 30 months. “We know we have to get this market access back.” He said the CCA has spent most of its resources fighting COOL. “The effort that has gone into fighting this case is huge and the cost is excessive.” Toews said Canada doesn’t want the U.S. to completely rescind its labelling rules. Instead, it wants the legislation changed so that cattle born and raised in Canada but slaughtered in U.S. plants would be eligible for Product of U.S. status. “We’re hoping we can affect change in the U.S.” access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none


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Alberta horticulture tour | Potential produce growers gather information from experts

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WETASKIWIN, Alta. —Rob Spencer sometimes thinks all that fruit and vegetable growers need to start sharing ideas is a bit of food and a picnic table. Instead, Alberta’s commercial horticulture specialist helps organize tours of fruit and vegetable growers twice a year to kick-start discussions between experienced and new growers. “The idea sharing is incredible,” said Spencer, who helped organize the recent Alberta Farm Fresh Producers Association field day at Stevens Strawberries of Wetaskiwin and Pipestone Berry Farm at Millet.


Cousins Kerry and Ron Stevens have grown strawberries on the family farm for 19 years. The pair has had rough years, but the U-pick strawberry operation has generally been profitable. “It’s farming,” said Ron. The farm lost money last year, but good rain this year has the owners anticipating profit. “Most years it’s profitable,” said Kerry. “The seven acres of strawberries should out-produce the 480 acres of the rest of the farm.” It’s the kind of information that new and potential growers hope to hear. Cindy Iverson grows saskatoons, raspberries and strawberries on her Tomahawk area farm and hopes they will become a retirement project for her family.


A project that turns waste into energy received a $10 million boost June 27. BioRefinex Canada received the funding from Alberta’s Climate Change and Emissions Management Corp. to help with its $31.8 million project in Lacombe, Alta. The planned facility will showcase thermal hydrolysis technology that processes organic waste and animal


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FARM EQUIPMENT MFG. Kayla Forsberg and Hope Rumak of Wetaskiwin, Alta., deflower strawberries at Stevens Strawberries in Wetaskiwin. The flowers are removed to make the plants stronger. | MARY MACARTHUR PHOTOS She said the information that is made available on the tours is invaluable. “It’s a learning experience for me. I am getting tips from experienced growers.” The Stevens provided the following tips for strawberry growers: • Apply anhydrous ammonia to bagged wheat straw bales to kill weeds and grain before adding the bales to strawberry fields to hold moisture, keep berries clean and protect berries over winter. The cousins spread 75 round bales of chopped straw on four acres of berries. • Sell strawberries by the pound rather than by the pail to help even out costs to customers, who often have different ideas about what

byproducts into energy and nutrients for the soil. BioRefinex Canada president Chris Thrall said the money represents a “significant component” to completing its financing package aimed at starting construction in 2012. The facility will transform waste into biogas or fertilizer. The waste is now destined for landfill sites. Thrall said technology for the refinery has been in development for 15 years and has been certified by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency



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constitutes a full pail of berries. • Coyotes and crows eat strawberries, but customers are usually in the field when the berries are ready and act as a good deterrent. Mice aren’t much of a problem in the fields, but they can plug up irrigation nozzles. • Finding and keeping labour is always a concern. There always seems to be more work than workers in the busy summer season.

FEED YOUR FACE Strawberries are rated as one of the best foods for skin care and weight loss. Studies have shown that regular intake of strawberries can improve skin and hair conditions. Over-ripe strawberries make a good exfoliator. Add olive oil and salt to make a paste and massage onto dry areas of your face to give it a healthy glow.

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and the World Organization for Animal Health as a way to dispose of specified risk material. “The alternative now is we’re land filling this material,” said Thrall. “It’s such a poor use of the material and it comes at such a cost to livestock producers.” The refinery will process specified risk material and 55,000 tonnes of other organic waste from hospitals, restaurants, packing plants and slaughter facilities. Thrall said the refinery would also

be an international demonstration and research facility to prove its value as a commercial venture. Alberta companies that annually produce more than 100,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions are legally required to reduce their greenhouse gas intensity by 12 percent or pay $15 per tonne into the Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund. The fund then reinvests into initiatives that develop or use clean technology. access=subscriber section=ag_finance,none,none


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tâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hard not to be inspired by the â&#x20AC;&#x153;wow, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s amazingâ&#x20AC;? story of John Rowe and his invention: pure, non-sticky honey in solid form. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s particularly inspiring when you hear the story behind the story. The first story goes like this: Rowe is backpacking in British Columbia when he discovers that a jar of honey has broken and coated everything in sticky goo. The newly graduated engineer goes looking for a solid form of dehydrated honey thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not sticky, finds thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no such thing, invents the product and wins a gold medal for the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best new food product at Europeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most prestigious food show. Oh, and then he goes on the hit CBC show Dragonsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Den and is offered the equivalent of $1 million for 35 percent of his company. And the story behind the story? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

exactly the same, only with numbers attached. It was 1996 when the Prince Edward Island entrepreneur had his eureka moment, but the first test batch of Honibe product didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t arrive until 2005, and the launch of Honey Drop took until 2008. Along the way, Rowe and wife Susan spent $1.1 million of their own money. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It takes persistence. You have to be passionate and you have to ignore the naysayers,â&#x20AC;? says Rowe before adding with a laugh, â&#x20AC;&#x153;and you have to be hard-headed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Equally important is that itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going to take you a lot longer than you ever imagined, and if you budget a dollar, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s probably going to cost you two.â&#x20AC;? Does that take the shine off the feelgood story? It shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t, especially if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a farmer with an entrepreneurial bent. Rowe thinks that alone gives you a big leg up. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Half of my family are farmers and fishermen. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been farming on Prince Edward Island for six generations,â&#x20AC;? says Rowe. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Growing up the in the country and surrounded by people who work for themselves inspired me to do the same.â&#x20AC;? Roweâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father was a small-town teacher who fanned his sonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entrepreneurial flame by helping him start a small business each summer. His first was picking strawberries and selling them at a roadside stand at age 11. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The second summer, he said, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;why

donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t you hire your friends to work in the field and you can hang out in the fruit stand?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; So I had employees when I was 12 years old.â&#x20AC;? Rowe laid out seven figures to start Honibe only because he could afford to. His engineering background is in software, not food, and he has successfully started several such enterprises. But he says he would have gone ahead even if he hadnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been able to self-finance. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are all sorts of ways to do it,â&#x20AC;? says the 37-year-old. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are experienced entrepreneurs out there who can help you get your idea to market. You could partner with or perhaps license your idea to someone.â&#x20AC;? The main thing, he says, is to find out whether your great idea truly is great. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not enough to convince yourself, or your friends, that you have the most wonderful new service or product since, well, dehydrated honey. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Proof of concept is the critical thing,â&#x20AC;? says Rowe. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not easy, but you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to break the bank. Invest a couple of thousand to see if your good idea has legs before spending $50,000 on a prototype of some sort.â&#x20AC;? Start on the internet by researching what proof of concept and market assessment means and how to write a preliminary business plan. And then, says Rowe, find someone with business experience to review that plan. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Surround yourself with mentors

and advisers,â&#x20AC;? he says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They will help you avoid costly mistakes. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be surprised, but there are a lot of successful businesspeople who will volunteer their time to help entrepreneurs who are trying to get their idea off the ground. The key is, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be shy. It never hurts to ask someone for their help.â&#x20AC;? What about all those years Rowe spent between shouting eureka and having something to sell? That was deliberate. He let his great idea simmer on a backburner for many years, researching the technical challenges and thinking of ways to overcome them. Once he was convinced he had something, it took a year to successfully create a prototype and three more to create a comprehensive business plan, which included everything from marketing to figuring out how to custom build the equipment needed to produce his unique product. Did that wear him down? Not at all. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I jump out of bed in the morning smiling,â&#x20AC;? he says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good ideas are a dime a dozen. Great ones are a quarter a dozen. People always ask me about that and I say, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve done your research, then go ahead, dive right in.â&#x20AC;?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Archived columns from this series can be found at Farm Credit Canada enables business management skill development through resources such as this column, and information and learning events available across Canada.


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Mexican workers save vegetable farm Exploring workforce options | Skilled labour shortages are ranked among the greatest crises facing Canadian agriculture STORIES BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — After 29 years in the vegetable business, Eddie Dykerman and his brother were ready to throw in the towel in 2008. His 280-acre vegetable farm at Brookfield, P.E.I., needs a core staff of nine through the year and up to 15 seasonal workers at busy times. By 2008, attempts to find local workers were largely futile. They would come, be trained and leave after a few hours or a few days. Hi s f a r m w a s f a l l i n g b e h i n d

because permanent staff were spending much of their time training people who did not stay. “I felt like we ran a train station and I’d see a stranger and ask if they were coming or going.” It was a turning point. “In 2008, we hit the wall,” he told the annual forum of the Canadian Agricultural Human Resources Council July 6. “I was frustrated. I just wanted to pack it in.” But a responsibility to many of his permanent employees who would lose their jobs after 20 years led him to consider another option — bring-

ing in Mexican labour under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. He brought in six in 2009, eight in 2010 and 10 this year. It has turned the farm around. Instead of decline, Dykerman is adding a 15-acre organic operation and his nephew and son have been attracted back to the operation. “My longtime permanent staff are happier and what I’ve noticed is a tremendous growth in our company,” he said. “Labour is no longer an issue that stresses us out.” Mervin Wiseman, a former Newfoundland farm leader and chair of the CAHRC board, saw it as a cau-

tionary tale about the issue of farm labour in Canada. “I think the skilled labour shortage is the greatest crisis facing Canadian agriculture,” he said in an interview. “We talk a lot about profitability in agriculture, but if the workers are not there, production will suffer and profitability will suffer.” Wiseman said it is impossible for many farmers to find domestic workers. The only solution is to import foreign workers and make the bureaucratic process less cumbersome. He has had to import Polish workaccess=subscriber section=news,none,none

Temporary workers like these Mexicans cutting the leaves off cauliflower at a field near Portage la Prairie, Man., have helped many producers with farm labour shortages. | FILE PHOTO



Training targets farm workers CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — In this agriculture-dependent province, the shortage of skilled farm workers is one of the greatest challenges facing the industry. Every year, in a province with an estimated 1,400 farm operations, several hundred farm worker positions are open. “It is a tremendous challenge for our Island industry,” said Alvin Keenan, a potato farmer from Souris, P.E.I., and vice-president of the Prince Edward Island Federation of Agriculture. “It is perhaps our greatest challenge.” He is involved in an experimental program that island farmers hope will begin to resolve the challenge. Last winter, the first five students graduated from a new provincial agricultural apprenticeship program that includes training at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, time at a provincial truck and heavy equipment operating school, many hours of farm work and co-operation from the provincial environment department and Work-

ers on his own farm, one of the largest silver fox operations in the world. “The bureaucracy is painful to get them here and jump through all the hoops, but I have to do it. I know farmers who have just given up because they could not find workers.” A study conducted for the CAHRC estimates that 40,000 farm workers will soon be needed in Canada, most of which will not be filled domestically. Federal bureaucrats used the forum to explain the process for bringing in foreign workers under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, but farmers say it is a complicated, time consuming and uncertain process. Earlene Murray, a hog and crop producer from Borden, P.E.I., described the frustration of trying to bring in a Philippine veterinarian to work on the farm. It has worked out but getting new documentation for him every time he visits his family at home remains a hassle. “It has been great but I wouldn’t do it again,” said Murray. “Is there going to be a language barrier? If they come, will they stay? If they come and don’t work out but want to stay, what do you do?” Wiseman said those all are legitimate issues, but the future of Canadian agriculture depends on an experienced and reliable workforce that typically is not available from local people who look down on farm work as a profession. “Foreign workers have to be a major part of the solution,” he said. Dykerman said language and cultural barriers have been problems on his farm, but his Mexican workers have saved the day. They have trouble with the weather, though. “They were out picking lettuce this morning with toques on,” he said. It was a sunny 25 C day.


ers’ Compensation Board. Keenan’s Rollo Bay Holdings potato producing and packing operation employs one of the new graduates. This year, 14 new students are enrolled in the P.E.I Farm Technician Apprenticeship Program, he said. They are 18 to 43 and four of them are women. The students are trained in food safety, farm safety, equipment operation, maintenance and chemical use. “These people are knowledgeable, have skills, can accept responsibility and have a potential for advancement,” he told the forum. “They can take ownership of the job and they have a good attitude.”

Use social media in job recruitment CHARLOT TETOWN, P.E.I. — Farmers must become more sophisticated when hiring farm help, using social media to advertise and check up on potential hires, says a human resources adviser. Michelle Painchaud, president and owner of the Painchaud Performance Group in New Bothwell, Man., said July 6 that farmers have often been too casual in the past, assessing a potential employee from a brief interview, a resumé and a handshake. “Kitchen table discussions don’t cut it anymore,” she told the annual forum organized by the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council. “A lot of people are very good at lying on their resumé. Farms need to take hiring much more seriously.” Painchaud said many farmers have been slow or reluctant to get involved in social media such as Facebook, Flickr and blogs, but most of their new hires are younger and that is how they communicate and network. “Better farms are using social


media to hire people,” she said. “It is a fabulous tool to check out your potential employees.” Being connected gives a potential employer a chance to do background checks on potential employees through their public social media entries and can even offer a way to track them after they are hired. She talked about her husband, dairy farmer and cheese maker, Ivan Balenovic, president of Bothwell Cheese. For 75 years, it has been a Manitoba cheese making icon and in recent years, winner of many national and international awards for its cheeses. Balenovic hired a young man to work in shipping/receiving at the

company after a brief interview. Within two weeks, he discovered that the new employee was blogging about his experience working for Bothwell Cheese Inc., including passing on details of company ingredient secrets that make the products award winning. Farmers should also have new employees sign contracts outlining the dos-and-don’ts of the job. Painchaud said human resource management challenges these days go well beyond hiring skilled, energetic and ethical employees. Farmers should also “brand” their operation as a good and fulfilling place to work. Some of the farmers in the meeting found the message disheartening. “If I spend half my day on social media, my farm work gets shortchanged,” said CAHRC chair Merv Wiseman, a fox farmer from Newfoundland. “There are only so many hours in a day.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none







Pete Skjaerlund of the public works department in Landmark, Man., trims the road allowance as a sprayer works on a adjacent field of canola. Recent summer heat has caused a sudden burst in growth. | SANDY BLACK PHOTO


Industry watches chicken outcome Companies battle for control | New Brunswick case may have supply management repercussions BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

A complicated, litigious and politically charged corporate struggle over the future of New Brunswick’s chicken industry is a shot-across-the-bow of supply management, says a former federal agriculture minister. Lyle Vanclief, Liberal agriculture minister for more than six years until 2003, says the battle for control over processing New Brunswick chicken between Groupe Westco and Nadeau Poultry is a test for chicken supply management systems across the country. “The New Brunswick situation could have longer-term negative ramifications for Canada’s poultry supply management system,” he wrote in the Saint John Telegraph Journal newspaper last spring. “The industry is watching the outcome of this situation with well-justified concern.” He accused Chicken Farmers of New Brunswick and the provincial government of allowing “a level of dominance over New Brunswick chickens that is unprecedented in Canada” that could become a template for other provinces. Chicken Farmers of Canada, the national chicken supply management agency, says it is no such thing. “The CFC perspective is that it is a private commercial dispute,” CFC executive director Mike Dungate said. “We don’t see it as an erosion of supply management. It is a commer-

cial dispute within supply management but one that is having ramifications across. Where I agree with Vanclief is that from a public perspective, it’s not good for supply management. That’s why we want them to solve it.” Dungate also noted that Vanclief has worked as a consultant for Nadeau Poultry. “His opinions didn’t come free-ofcharge.” Even Maple Leaf Foods president Michael McCain has weighed in on the issue, although his company is not directly involved. A disruption in the chicken supply management system could hurt his company and its $520 million in poultry product sales, he wrote in a 2009 letter to agriculture minister Gerry Ritz. “The longer-term consequences for the whole industry include … erosion of public and political confidence in the chicken supply management system.” What issue could unite Vanclief and the Maple Leaf Foods president on one side against Chicken Farmers of Canada on the other? It is a story both simple and complex that has been playing out for more than a decade in New Brunswick, a province with a small chicken industry but a sector that is an important economic engine in the northeast where it is concentrated. Nadeau Poultry Farm has been a fixture in Saint-Francois-de-Madawaska for a half century, buying and processing chicken. It was bought

almost a decade ago by Brampton, Ont., processor Maple Lodge Farms Ltd., a strong player in Eastern Canada’s chicken processing business and by next year, half owner of a new processing plant in Nova Scotia. It owns the only processing plant in New Brunswick. Its last provincially based competitor was a Canada Packers plant in the south that closed almost two decades ago. The quota sold by that plant’s farms migrated to northern New Brunswick and became the feedstock for Nadeau. In the process, the provincial chicken marketing board lifted its previous 10 percent restriction on what portion of the industry any single quota holder could own. Over the years, a group of six producers holding more than 50 percent of provincial quota and with arrangements for chicken from farmers holding another 29 percent of quota formed Groupe Westco and struck a deal to partner with Montreal-based O lymel, shipping most of New Brunswick’s birds to Quebec for processing. Maple Lodge Farms is crying foul, arguing that the deal has cost 169 jobs at the Nadeau plant, leaves too little chicken to run the plant efficiently and will cut off the supply of chicken from New Brunswick and effectively put Nadeau out of business. Olymel promised three years ago to build a new plant in northern New Brunswick but with no start to construction, Maple Lodge chief execu-

tive officer Michael Burrows said he does not believe it. All sides agree there isn’t room for two processing plants in New Brunswick. Burrows was in Ottawa recently lobbying Ritz’s office to create a new independent chicken marketing board in New Brunswick to allocate chicken between plants, essentially making sure Nadeau has enough supply to survive. Ottawa and the provincial government have not taken up the idea. Burrows said part of the mandate of supply management is to guarantee supply for processors. “Instead, governments have stood back and allowed a monopoly to form that will move jobs and an industry out of New Brunswick.” There have been court cases, including a defamation suit launched by Westco and recently decided in favour of Maple Lodge. Westco CEO Thomas Soucy has responded to the Nadeau campaign by arguing it is about a company unprepared to fight for market share. “What New Brunswick has experienced over the past three years is a private war against competition.” Dungate insists supply management does not guarantee supply to particular processors. He said the proposal for a new independent board to allocate supply to processors is not a good solution. “They need to work this out within existing rules.” access=subscriber section=news,livestock,none

When Canadian Food Inspection Agency president Carole Swan retired in late June, industry was almost unanimous in calling for an experienced replacement who would not spend months learning agency complexities. They got their wish when prime minister Stephen Harper announced that Saskatchewan native George Da Pont, formerly CFIA executive vicepresident, would take over the president’s position. Da Pont has been at the agency for a year after leaving his position as head of the Canadian Coast Guard. He had taken an increasingly important role in managing the CFIA’s operations. The appointment was part of a shuffle of senior public servants that changes some of the guard at Agriculture Canada. Andrea Lyon, associate deputy agriculture minister, takes the same position at Environment Canada. Claude Carriere, former foreign and defence policy adviser to Harper and deputy secretary to the cabinet in the Privy Council Office, becomes associate deputy agriculture minister. And Mary Komarynsky, once assistant deputy minister for farm financial programs at Agriculture Canada, becomes the CFIA’s new executive vice-president. The Canadian Meat Council, which represents federally regulated meat packing plants, applauded Da Pont’s appointment. “We believe this will work out very well,” said executive director Jim Laws. “We’re very pleased they didn’t parachute someone in from another department, someone who would have to learn from scratch. George had a year inside shadowing Swan and I’m sure he has a feel for the basics of the organization.” Laws said Da Pont has impressed meat council executives. “He quickly grasped issues we were raising and understood the implications. And he has worked in other departments in challenging positions, so he has a track record.” He said moving Agriculture Canada veteran Komarynsky into the executive vice-president’s job also is a good move since she brings an understanding of the industry and the culture of the department. She has been a senior executive at Transport Canada for the past four years. Now that the new CFIA team is in place for at least a few years, the meat packer lobby has a shopping list of issues it would like to see addressed. “We’re hoping to see some agency fees lowered,” Laws said. As well, the council is suggesting changes in regulation to allow premarket label approval on meat products and to see changes in rules that will allow more effective traceability in the inspection system. Laws also said Cameron Prince’s remainder as vice-president of operations is good for the industry because he has been working to revise rules to modernize the inspection system. “That is an important project and we look forward to it continuing,” he said. access=subscriber section=news,none,none




FAMILY TRIUMPHS OVER TRAGEDY The loss of prized show draft horses in a barn fire has failed to deter the Colemans of Didsbury, Alta., from competing and rebuilding their business. | Page 77



Young gardeners learn how to grow food Outdoor education feeds minds | Earth Box project teaches students the importance of sun, soil, water and fertilizer BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

HAY LAKES, Alta. — It’s hard to say if the Grade 1 students from Hay Lakes School will form a lasting love of gardening. The mosquitoes buzzed and the wind blew soil in their faces this spring when they spent the afternoon planting their EarthBox gardens. However, the students did learn lessons while planting their container gardens outside their school steps. “Its always a good idea to wear sunglasses in the garden or else the dirt will get in your eye,” said Melanie Bieger, who wasn’t wearing sunglasses and needed to stop several times to wipe the dirt out of her eyes. He r n e i g h b o u r i n g g a rd e n e r, Thaedon Wolfe, also had good advice. “You should always wear bug spray and always keep your back the way the wind is blowing,” advised Wolfe, who helps his mother plant sunflowers in their garden. “You should wear protective eye wear and sometimes you should wear different clothes to keep you from the mosquitoes.” They may not be the lessons Alberta Agriculture staff had in mind when they designed the EarthBox project in 2009 for Alberta schools. “We are hoping that interest generated by EarthBox Kids will encourage people to begin conventional community gardens and to increase their consumption of fresh produce,” said Brent Andressen, an agriculture education specialist with the department. More than 25 schools in the province from kindergarten to culinary

LEFT: Keeshawn Soosay and Braden Bowler prepare seed beds at Hay Lakes School. ABOVE: Brooklyn Slobodian and Skylar Sutton planted, but their parents will care for plants this summer. | MARY MACARTHUR PHOTOS technical schools grew vegetables as par t of their programs to help improve their understanding of food security and water and soil conservation. For Grade 1 students, the goal is simply to help make the connection to where their food comes from, said teacher Janet Berry. The gardening project fits in with the science curriculum’s focus on learning about the needs of plants and animals, she said. Before they began seeding the EarthBox containers, the students learned about the importance of the

sun, soil, water and fertilizer to making their vegetables grow. The school is supplied with all the ingredients for growing a successful garden including a soil-less mix, fertilizer, dolomite and special plastic covers to retain moisture. “I like putting in the seeds,” said Brooklyn Nickoleff. Added Skylar Sutton: “I like watering. We have flower pots at home.” Parents and community members will water the containers over the summer. It’s the second year Berry’s students, school and parents have taken

part in the project. The planting and watering are fun, but it’s the vegetable harvest that is the hit. “It was like Christmas,” said Berry of last year’s vegetable harvest. Students used the vegetables to make soup served to the elementary school students. Soup making spun off into lessons of healthy food choices. “For a lot of children, they may not have ever had homemade soup. It was a positive response to the soup.” Nickoleff thought “maybe” she might like eating the vegetables grown in the containers.

Connor Hoglund was a bit unsure about the project. It’s the first time he has planted a garden and he wasn’t sure about the choice of vegetables for planting: carrots, onions and potatoes. “I hate potatoes. I like onions. Hmmm. No, I don’t,” he said changing his mind. “I like carrots.” It’s not the first garden Keaton Pettigrew has planted. “In our garden, we plant potatoes and strawberries and peas and other stuff that is good. You always get to eat them as soon as they are ready to pick.”


Two Sask. labour disputes approach final resolution BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

Two labour disputes in Saskatchewan appear to be nearing settlement. Last week, health workers who are members of the Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan and had been staging rotating walkouts across the province since May 9, reached a tentative agreement with the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations. And, a mediator’s report on the dispute between the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation and the bargaining committee of the Saskatche-

wan School Boards Association and the government said progress had been made and a collective agreement could now be drafted. The 3,000 health workers, including addictions counsellors, dietitians and speech therapists, had been without a contract since April 1, 2009, and the agreement is retroactive to that date. HSAS president Cathy Dickson said the tentative agreement restored an eight percent wage differential for 565 employees in senior positions and a 16.6 percent differential for those who obtained higher education.

“While this agreement provides rural EMS workers with the first increase in their stand-by wage rate in 12 years (from $4.12 to $5 per hour), we hold the view that this wage rate should be increased to at least 85 percent of the Saskatchewan minimum wage to keep rural emergency services from continuing to lose qualified staff,” Dickson said in a release announcing the agreement. Overall, all workers will see a wage increase of 7.5 percent over four years. They had asked for 14.5 percent in their most recent proposal. Meanwhile, mediator Richard Hornung said teachers should get the 5.5

percent wage hike over three years that the government had proposed, but he also said there should be market adjustments to bring Saskatchewan pay in line with the western Canadian average. The teachers entered mediation asking for 16 percent over three years. Market adjustments would be based on average salaries in the four western provinces and see teachers at different levels in the teachers’ pay grid receive different percentages, ranging from 5.01 percent at the minimum and 3.34 percent at the maximum pay scale. Both parties agreed the average

minimum salary for a class four teacher, as of 2010, is $49,477, while the maximum is $76,611. Hornung also agreed with the teachers’ recommendation that the salary grid drop to 11 steps from 15. Neither bargaining committee would comment after the July 6 report was released, but a joint statement said the report would form the basis of an agreement. The last teachers’ contract expired Aug. 31, 2010. The 12,000 teachers walked out for three days to press their demands but agreed to suspend any job action once the mediator was appointed. access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none





Changes could hurt rural Alberta BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

Contrasting colours, such as purple nepeta paired with bright yellow evening primrose, add life and dimension to the landscape. | ALBERT PARSONS PHOTO

An Alberta government decision to deregulate bus service could hurt rural Alberta, but Greyhound’s service was so poor it’s hard to imagine it could get worse, say rural residents. “We’ve had very poor service here for so long,” said Terry Lee Degenhart of Hughenden, Alta. Rural residents who must travel to medical appointments rely on friends and family to reach their appointments. Farm parts arrive by courier or farmers must travel several hours . “It’s so awful anyway, so maybe it will be better.” Alberta transportation minister Luke Ouellette recently announced that the province’s intercity passenger bus service won’t be regulated as of Oct. 1 and carriers such as Greyhound and Red Arrow will no longer have limits on competition in exchange for servicing a minimum number of rural routes. “This is about putting in place the tools necessary for a flexible and responsive bussing system for all Albertans,” Ouellette said when he announced the changes. Greyhound announced last year that it was no longer economically feasible to operate buses on certain routes and would be canceling some service. The government hopes eliminating the regulated system will encourage

other carriers to provide service. Alberta Transportation spokesperson Tammy Forbes said Greyhound’s announcement last year triggered the process to allow other carriers access to passenger service in Alberta. “In reality, this is trying to support options for routes in Alberta, not limit them.” Lynn Jacobson, a farmer from Enchant, Alta., said the nearest bus service from his southern Alberta town is 80 kilometres away. He suspects the heavily travelled routes will have more competition, but no one will bother to set up service in less travelled parts of the province. Debbie Johnstone, chief administrative officer for the village of Veteran, said Greyhound has dropped its bus service to three days a week, but it is still a service that seniors such as her mother use when they need to travel. “My mom takes the bus. I don’t know how busy the bus is,” she said. Janice Chapman and her husband took over operating the Greyhound bus depot in Veteran nine years ago when Greyhound closed its doors. Their oilfield company relied on Greyhound to bring parts. Few passengers ride the bus, but a lot of businesses in the area rely on the bus for parts delivery. “We have a fair amount of freight business. We have a huge amount of rig stuff,” said Chapman, who is unsure what the deregulated service access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none

will mean for bus service in Veteran. “I don’t know what it’s going to do. It’s not going to help us. We’ll probably lose our bus out here.” Bob Barss, president of the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties, said they are cautiously optimistic that the changes will improve service to rural Alberta. “The service hasn’t been great in rural and remote areas for quite a while unless you lived in a big freight corridor,” said Barss. “We have to give it an opportunity to work before we criticize it.” “We’re hoping this will open up opportunities for small carriers to get into rural Alberta.” Greyhound Canada spokesperson Tom Olson said the company supports deregulating passenger bus service. It was no longer feasible for Greyhound to operate a 55-passenger bus on certain routes. “There will be no loss of service. In fact, it will be enhanced,” he said. Alberta NDP leader Brian Mason said deregulation is sure to eliminate service in rural Alberta. “Where business can’t provide an essential service, government must step in. We see a strong transport system in Alberta as key to keeping rural communities vibrant and driving our economy.” Bus routes in Manitoba and Saskatchewan are supported by government, he said.


Colours trick the eye IN THE COUNTRY GARDEN



he use of colour is probably the most influential feature in gardens, creating mood, contrast, harmony and motion in the landscape. Cool colours such as purple and blue are on opposite sides of the colour wheel and complementary to warm ones like yellow and orange. Designers use complementary colours like purple and yellow or orange and blue to emphasize contrast, giving energy and movement to a display. Garden designers also use colour to manipulate how the eye perceives the landscape. Cool colours are often called receding colours and appear more distant than warm ones or advancing colours because they give the illusion of being closer. Use of receding colours in a small landscape makes it appear more spacious, while warm colours can make it feel more crowded. Advancing colours in a flower bed viewed from a distance make it appear closer to the viewer. Using blocks of colour adds a calming effect and gives more formality and order to a garden. Whether the blocks of colour are monochromatic or contrasting also will affect the mood.

Contrasting shades establish more movement and tension in the garden, while a monochromatic one offers little tension and creates a soothing mood. A mixture will give the sense of informality and busyness. A garden with many colours has an informality or casualness to it that a garden with a carefully controlled colour scheme does not have. Certain colours are used to separate disparate or conflicting blocks like pink and orange. These separator plants are often foliage plants with silver leaves like dusty miller and artemesia or flowering plants with white or blue-purple blooms. These neutral colours help to transition from one colour to the other. If they are repeated in the border several times, they will add to a sense of harmony by providing a unifying thread running throughout the border. Repetition is a good way to achieve harmony, so colours should be repeated in a bed or border. If yellow lilies are used, have several clumps, and if a grouping of purple monarda is present, repeat it a couple more times throughout the border. Designers also are aware of the subtle nuances of foliage colour and create interesting effects by using plants whose leaves are different shades of green ranging from fluorescent lime green to dull, olive green.

Albert Parsons has a diploma in horticulture from Guelph University. He operates a garden design/landscape consultation business from his home in Minnedosa, Man. Contact:

Indian Head Research Farm Tuesday, July 19, 2011 12:45 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Rain or Shine This year, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is celebrating 125 years of conducting agricultural research. Come and join us in the celebration. s




Learn about our historic past View our display of wheat varieties from the 1880s to present Observe modern research plots Free lunch to be provided at noon followed by cake Indian Head Research Farm Off Highway 1 and Government Road For more information, call 306-695-5137 (a.m.) or 306-695-5262 (p.m.)





Hardy sheep cute and cuddly — and tasty too Karakul breed | Producer also raises Outaouais Arcotts sheep, but says the meat is not as lean BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

OXFORD STATION, Ont. — Driving down the long lane to Brigitte and William Reid’s farm south of Ottawa, the farm divide is clearly visible To the right are the sheep, protected by the guard llama, Scotty, who charges anyone who goes near his flock. To the left are the cattle, mainly Lincoln Red. Brigitte, owner of the sheep that includes one of only two registered Karakul flocks in Canada, had issued a warning before the visit. “William is not a sheep person,” she said on the telephone. “He wishes they weren’t here. When I told him I planned to buy some, he kind of looked at me sideways.” It turns out it’s not so much the sheep as the Karakul sheep that he’s not keen to have around. They are a breed that evolved in the harsh conditions of Central Asia and are tough and resilient with thick wool, tough teeth and hooves that help make them able to withstand drought and deprivation. They are considered one of the oldest breeds of domesticated sheep with evidence of their existence going back to ancient Babylon. They store fat in their tails and then absorb it into their bodies when conditions become harsh. It means they are lean sheep, slow to gain weight. And that is William’s problem. “I’m in the meat business so an animal that doesn’t put on weight isn’t exactly good business,” he said. By contrast, the Outaouais Arcotts that make up the majority of the flock — a breed developed in the Gatineau Valley of West Quebec north of Ottawa — are good weight gainers. Brigitte, who bought her first Karakul ewes eight years ago, has no intention of getting rid of them. “They look nice and they are very different,” she said. “I just like having them around. Not many others do so they are kind of unique.”

ABOVE: Brigitte Reid, co-owner of a sheep and cattle farm at Oxford Station, south of Ottawa, is one of two Canadians registered as a breeder of Karakul sheep. She is with a ram friend. LEFT: While petting a Karakul lamb, Ana Morris finds herself eye-to-eye with Scotty, the llama, the self-designated protector of the sheep flock. | BARRY WILSON PHOTOS

She also likes to eat them. Initially, she was interested in the breed because of their thick wool that has been used for centuries for Persian coats and Persian rugs. “I got them for the wool and thought I would work with it but with five kids and other work, I just have been too busy to do anything with it,” she said. But then she discovered that because the meat is so lean, Karakuls

do not have the smell or taste of other sheep. “I’ve never really liked mutton, the taste or smell of it, but Karakul meat is different because the fat is stored in the tail,” said Brigitte. “I sell the other ones, I don’t eat them. I keep the Karakuls for meat.” Although the Reid farm is registered with the Canadian Livestock Records as Karakul breeders, Brigitte said many other farms have the

breed but do not register them. As well, they are popular in other countries around the world, including large flocks in South Africa, Central Asia, Russia and Turkey. They are temperamental animals and tend to be loners rather than flock animals, she said. And because they evolved in rocky and hilly terrain, they have hooves that grow quickly and are tough to trim.

“If someone is thinking of having Karakuls, I think they would do better on a farm that is rockier than ours is,” she said. “Rocky ground keeps the hooves ground down.” The Reids’s operation includes 160 acres with a second farm that also provides 100 acres of forage. William works off farm at a grain elevator in the St. Lawrence Seaway town of Johnstown.


Take steps to avoid dangers when playing in water HEALTH CLINIC



Do you have some safety tips and suggestions for avoiding summer accidents and diseases?


Summer is not all about warm sun, fun and games. There are various hazards to be avoided from

poison ivy and bug bites to drowning. In natural bodies of water and outdoor pools, bacterial and viral infections may come from contamination with sewage or rainwater runoff. In indoor pools or crowded beaches, other swimmers may be the source of such illnesses. Diarrhea is the most common symptom, but skin rashes, eye and ear infections and respiratory problems can also occur. In Canada, most big lakes have signs advising people not to go in the water if the conditions are considered unsafe. The water and beaches are tested regularly. The same may not be true of smaller bodies of water or more remote lakes. If the water

smells bad or looks murky, or for a couple of days after heavy rainfall, beaches are best avoided. Swimming pools and hot tubs can also be contaminated if not sufficiently chlorinated, so it is best to shower with soap after leaving the water. Wash swimsuits and towels before using them again. Do not enter water if you have open sores on your body or if you have diarrhea. Be aware chlorine can provoke asthma attacks. Swimmer’s itch is an uncomfortable, but not life threatening problem caused by tiny parasites carried by freshwater snails and sometimes ducks. They can burrow under the

skin, causing an itchy rash known as cercarial dermatitis. As the bugs aren’t happy living on humans, they soon die off and the rash goes away in a couple of days. Calamine lotion will help relieve the itch. To avoid drowning accidents, watch young children closely when they are near water and have them wear a life vest. Dangers are reduced by teaching them to swim as early as possible. Adults should also wear vests when boating. Even if you are an able swimmer, don’t swim alone. Always have someone nearby in case of an emergency. Do not mix alcohol consumption with swimming or boating.

Thunderstorms are a danger to both boaters and swimmers because lightning loves water. Watch out for warning signs such as a sudden drop in temperature, wind, gathering clouds and darkening skies. If caught in open water during a thunderstorm, disconnect any electrical equipment, stay as low as possible in the middle of the boat and keep clear of metal objects. Finally, if you do not already know how to perform CPR, take a course. You may be able to save a life. Clare Rowson is a retired medical doctor in Belleville, Ont. Contact her by e-mail at access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none





From tragedy to triumph for Alta. teamsters Rich horse history | Slow but steady return to stables on the farm at Didsbury, Alta. BY WENDY DUDLEY FREELANCE WRITER

CALGARY, Alta. — For the Coleman family, the road to recovery has been slow and steady. Five years ago, Brian and Colleen Coleman of Didsbury, Alta., lost 32 of their prized draft horses in a barn fire. Since then, they have worked at various jobs to get money to rebuild their Eaglesfield stables. The goal is to return to the family farm where there is a new 18-stall barn and a small herd of Percherons currently leased out. “The barn was finished in 2007, but we’re still having to pay for it,” said Brian Coleman. His father used horsepower on the Didsbury farm, where the Colemans return for the summer while showing draft teams in Alberta. Coleman is an international Percheron judge and chairs the Calgary Stampede’s heavy horse committee. After the fire, they worked in Texas for a Clydesdale breeding farm, an opportunity that put them in charge of buying stallions in Scotland. Coleman then drove a Clydesdale hitch in Michigan for a year. “It’s not always the most predictable life, but it has given us great opportunities,” he said. “The places we have been are mind-boggling.” A year ago, the Colemans began working for the Jackson Fork Ranch in northwestern Wyoming. They are now showing the bison ranch’s eighthorse Percheron hitch in Alberta. “The level of talent on this team is phenomenal,” said Coleman. It takes a crew of five 20 minutes to prepare each horse, and a keen eye is needed to drive the all-mare outfit. With 40 pounds and 300 feet of leather lines threaded through his hands, Coleman is holding almost eight tons of Percheron power. Ranging in ages from three to seven, all of the horses

are registered Percherons, purchased from across North America. The team performed at the Spruce Meadows equestrian centre in Calgary in June, and six of the horses were part of Coleman’s entry in the six horse hitch competition at this year’s Calgary Stampede, where he won the world championship last year. Earlier this year, the team took second place at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. Hansen Wheel and Wagon Works in South Dakota made the wagon, which is a replica of delivery wagons used in the 1800s. Shanahan Harness Shop in Ohio made the harnesses. Eight horse hitches are featured in only three shows in North America: Indianapolis, Denver and Michigan. Adding two more horses to the usual six horse hitch requires a lot more room for manoeuvres, said Coleman. “You have more to keep your eyes on, and there are more dynamics. You have another 10 feet out in front of you. You have to be more precise, and be more mentally ahead of the team.” The horses closest to the wagon are the largest because they need the power to start, stop and back up the wagon. The middle horses are smaller. The leaders are at the front and are picked for calm, assertive temperaments. “They have to have the mind-set to carry on regardless,” Coleman said. While mares can be more difficult to handle than geldings, their high level of energy is a plus in showmanship. “You just have to focus that energy,” he said. Coleman’s right lead horse, Q.R.’s Irene, is the best horse he has ever driven. “She can just keep going and never tire. She never has a bad day.”

Brian and Colleen Coleman of Didsbury, Alta., parade the Jackson Fork Ranch hitch of eight Percheron mares.

ABOVE: Darla Loomis polishes the leather and chrome on the lead horses of the Jackson Fork eight horse hitch. LEFT: It takes five people to groom, tack and hitch the team. About 20 minutes are spent on each horse, with about two hours to prepare the entire team. | WENDY DUDLEY PHOTOS

The best teams have good conformation, symmetry, mental drive, presentation, and overall balance, said Coleman. “I am having to pay attention to each horse, but it must look like they are moving as one,” he said. “You can’t just be a weekend warrior. It is a full-time job to condition them so they don’t run out of steam and so they have that A-game look throughout the whole presentation.” While Coleman looks forward to the

day when he can drive his own team again, he is determined to increase the profile of both the talent and genetics of the Jackson Fork hitch. Many of the horses boast Alberta ancestors whose bloodlines go back to the province’s Bar U Ranch, once the world’s largest Percheron breeding centre. In 1907, Bar U Ranch owner George Lane founded the Canadian Percheron Association. The Colemans have eight mares waiting on their farm, including High

Hope Heather, a 2004 World Congress champion. She was one of two horses that escaped the fire. “We lost her daughter, but we have since got another daughter and son out of her,” he said. “The fire was an obstacle, but never a roadblock. The toughest day was burying the horses. But that was our closure,” Coleman said. “Having a new barn helps. It’s about tomorrow. It’s a place to go to. That’s what gets you up in the morning.”


There is never a good time to clean the shed, so get started SPEAKING OF LIFE



As much as I love my husband, I find his tendency to procrastinate irritating. He puts off doing just about everything almost indefi-

nitely, or at least until his brother and I nag him to pieces. My husband says that he wants to change and that he is waiting for the right moment to make things right, but I am not sure when that moment is going to come. In the meantime, his machine shop will continue to be totally disorganized even though he promised to clean it up. What can he do to change?


Although your husband is aware of problems his procrastination causes, something about

procrastinating is rewarding — like sparing himself the agonies of doing something boring or stressful. To better understand his procrastination, your husband needs to explore its benefits and difficulties. He might consider listing side-byside the pros and cons resulting from his procrastinating. If problems do not outweigh benefits, the chances of him changing are slim. Procrastinators beat their problem one project at a time. The machine shop could be a great place for him to

start. You can remind him that there is no such thing as a good time for him to organize his machine shop. It just has to be done. That leads to his next step, which is to pick a start date. A number of people procrastinate because they do too much all at once. They try too hard, create innumerable stresses for themselves, which are uncomfortable, and then avoid the whole thing the next time. From the start date, your husband will tidy every time he goes into the machine shop and he will do so until

one day he makes a final push to finish the job. As your husband finishes projects, he will feel rewarded. But he will probably need more rewards along the way, including praise from you . The more you are able to appreciate each step your procrastinator is taking, the more likely it is that he will get done what needs to be done. Jacklin Andrews is a family counsellor from Saskatchewan. Contact: jandrews@ access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none






Photo Essay | The annual Windscape kite festival took flight in Swift Current, Sask., June 25-26. | Mickey Watkins photos

ABOVE: Ray Gowan of Swift Current, Sask., is an expert in flying stunt kites and often flies them on his farm. At the festival, he was willing to give people helpful advice in how to fly these specialized kites. RIGHT: Bev Dockrill of Edmonton flew a single line kite. Dockrill has attended many kite festivals, even as far away away as Dieppe, France.


Preparing for summer getaway can be plenty of work TEAM RESOURCES

Mix until smooth and pour into glasses and serve. Makes four servings. Source: Simple and Delicious Magazine.

1/4 c. mayonnaise 60 mL dash of salt, pepper and seasoning salt to taste 4 large tortillas leaf lettuce



ummer holidays are about taking time to escape from your regular world. We all need to get away from the daily grind to renew and refresh ourselves. This summer, my family will be spending time at the cabin. Just a few hours away, it is far enough away to remove us from the endless list of jobs at home. It seems that we work like crazy to prepare for a holiday, weeding the garden, cutting the grass and picking the strawberries. We get the place looking spotless inside and out, only to leave it. Summer is also a time for great seasonal treats like fresh berries, cool, crisp watermelon and finger food. These recipes can be served at a picnic, potluck or beach.

WATERMELON COOLER 2 c. lemonade 3 c. seedless watermelon 1 c. crushed ice Put the ingredients in a

500 mL 750 mL 250 mL blender.

1 lb. 4 slices 1 small 2/3 c. 1

ground beef 450 g finely chopped bacon onion, finely chopped Cheese Whiz 150 mL refrigerated 235 g crescent roll packs

Preheat the oven to 400 F (200 C). In a skillet, brown the meat and onion, drain extra liquid and stir in the cheese until thoroughly combined. Set aside. On a baking sheet, roll out the dough into approximately a 14 x seven inch rectangle. Spread the meat mixture onto the dough. Roll up the dough gently with your hands. Hold firmly and seal any perforations. Place seam side down on a baking pan and bake for 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Slice into pieces. Serves six. Source:

CHICKEN AND GRAPE SALAD WRAPS 2 c. chopped cooked 500 mL chicken or canned chicken, drained 1/4 c. finely sliced celery 60 mL 1 c. halved red grapes 250 mL 3 tbsp. chopped green 45 mL onions

In a mixing bowl, combine the chicken, celery, grapes, onions, mayonnaise and spices until well combined. Place a lettuce leaf on the top of each tortilla. Spoon approximately one cup (250 mL) of the chicken mixture in each tortilla. Flatten and roll up the tortilla and slice into several pieces to serve. Note: This chicken mix is also delicious in a fresh croissant.

CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY DESSERT 1 c. flour 250 mL 1/2 c. finely chopped 125 mL pecans 1/4 c. melted butter or 60 mL margarine 1 8 oz pkg. softened cream 250 g cheese 1/2 c. sugar 125 mL 2 c. whipped topping 500 mL or whipped cream, divided 2 packages instant chocolate pudding (4 serving size) 3 c. cold milk 750 mL 3 c. fresh raspberries 750 mL Preheat oven to 350 F (180 C). In a mixing bowl, combine the flour, pecans and butter until crumbly. Press

into a 13 x nine inch (22 x 33 cm) pan and bake for 10 minutes or until slightly browned. Cool. Beat the cream cheese and sugar until smooth. Gently fold in one cup (250 mL) of the whipped topping or cream and spread over the cooled flour mixture. Mix the chocolate pudding mix and milk together for two minutes. Pour over the cheese mixture and top with the remaining whipped topping or cream. Chill for several hours. Garnish with fresh raspberries just before serving. Cut into 12 pieces. Source:

SASKATOON BERRY SNACK CAKE 2 c. flour 1 1/2 c. sugar 1/2 c. chilled butter or margarine 1 tsp. baking powder 1 c. milk 2 eggs, separated 2 c. fresh saskatoon berries 1 tsp. lemon juice 1/8 tsp. cinnamon

500 mL 375 mL 125 mL 5 mL 250 mL 500 mL 5 mL 0.5 mL

Combine the flour and sugar. Cut in the butter until crumbly. Set aside 1/2 cup (125 mL) for the topping. Add baking powder, milk and egg yolks to the remaining flour mixture. Stir until well combined. Beat egg whites until soft peaks form and fold them into the

batter. Pour into a greased nine x 13 inch (22 x 33 cm) pan. Sprinkle the saskatoon berries with the lemon juice and cinnamon. Place berries on top of the batter and top with the remaining crumbs. Bake at 350 F (180 C) for 30 minutes. Cool and cut into pieces. Store in the refrigerator.

OLD-FASHIONED CRACKER JACK COOKIES 1 c. butter or margarine 1 c. sugar 1 c. brown sugar 2 eggs 2 tsp. vanilla 1 3/4 c. flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda 2 c. oatmeal 2 c. puffed rice cereal 1/2 c. chocolate chips

250 mL 250 mL 250 mL 10 mL 425 mL 5 mL 5 mL 500 mL 500 mL 125 mL

In a large mixing bowl, cream butter with sugars. Add eggs and vanilla and mix until blended. In another bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, baking soda, oatmeal and cereal together. Add to sugar mixture and stir in the chocolate chips. Roll the dough into balls and place on a greased cookie sheet. Flatten with a fork and bake at 350 F (180 C) for 12 minutes. Jodie Mirosovsky is a home economist from Rosetown, Sask., and a member of Team Resources. Contact: access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none


THIS WEEK’S TEMPERATURE FORECAST July 14 - 20 (averages are in °C)


THIS WEEK’S PRECIPITATION FORECAST July 14 - 20 (averages are in mm)

Much above normal

Above normal

Churchill Prince George

Churchill Prince George






Below normal







Calgary Regina


Much below normal


The numbers on the above maps are average temperature and precipitation figures for the forecast week, based on historical data from 1971-2000. n/a = not available; tr = trace; 1 inch = 25.4 millimetres (mm)




Assiniboia Broadview Eastend Estevan Kindersley Maple Creek Meadow Lake Melfort Nipawin North Battleford Prince Albert Regina Rockglen Saskatoon Swift Current Val Marie Yorkton Wynyard




last week High Low

last week since April 1 mm mm %

28.7 27.9 28.9 27.6 32.3 32.4 26.1 26.6 27.0 26.4 27.2 29.5 26.4 29.4 29.6 30.0 27.2 26.8

18.0 17.2 1.6 16.5 1.4 0.0 22.8 9.1 15.7 16.6 5.1 1.5 0.3 5.8 6.5 0.0 2.0 41.6

10.4 11.7 5.8 11.7 7.6 6.5 7.1 9.3 9.5 5.6 9.8 10.0 7.2 9.8 7.7 6.5 12.1 10.6

381.6 212.5 168.4 385.5 106.8 102.8 179.0 137.4 133.6 119.2 228.1 219.1 282.3 138.7 213.3 185.1 200.0 199.7

234 127 104 225 78 70 114 84 78 82 138 134 175 93 139 128 115 123

last week High Low Brooks Calgary Cold Lake Coronation Edmonton Grande Prairie High Level Lethbridge Lloydminster Medicine Hat Milk River Peace River Pincher Creek Red Deer Stavely Vegreville

31.0 25.9 24.5 28.5 25.2 21.1 26.3 31.1 25.3 32.3 30.8 22.5 27.7 25.1 28.3 25.4



last week since April 1 mm mm %

7.9 7.8 6.6 7.6 4.9 6.1 6.9 5.7 8.5 7.9 6.2 7.7 6.0 7.2 5.1 7.6

0.0 7.2 12.1 4.2 27.6 64.5 39.5 0.0 31.3 0.7 0.4 47.0 2.3 35.1 1.1 15.9

125.5 230.8 237.2 166.4 203.8 262.7 88.0 225.4 183.9 123.8 181.0 219.6 278.3 205.3 255.2 118.1

91 127 155 108 106 166 67 146 113 93 102 150 144 102 129 72

last week High Low Brandon Dauphin Gimli Melita Morden Portage la Prairie Swan River Winnipeg

28.3 30.1 29.6 28.8 32.3 29.9 29.6 30.6

Precipitation last week since April 1 mm mm %

11.3 12.4 11.9 12.6 12.8 13.9 9.8 11.1

5.5 4.7 23.7 13.8 18.5 3.8 1.5 6.0

330.7 169.3 207.3 295.5 254.7 183.0 118.6 161.8

183 94 112 164 127 97 62 82

5.1 6.3 9.1 5.0 2.6

0.7 74.3 5.4 1.4 28.5

155.2 312.7 95.3 96.9 155.2

108 196 111 83 95

BRITISH COLUMBIA Cranbrook Fort St. John Kamloops Kelowna Prince George

31.1 21.5 34.2 33.1 19.4

All data provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s National Agroclimate Information Service: Data has undergone only preliminary quality checking. Maps provided by WeatherTec Services Inc.:





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