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Canola association gets the nod CWB stripped of powers | CCGA to administer cash advances for all board grains on April 1 BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

Farmers applying for federal cash advances will now do one-stop shopping for virtually all their crops. Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz has stripped the Canadian Wheat Board of its role administering cash advances for board grains and given

it to the Canadian Canola Growers Association. “Anyone who’s done an advance through CCGA, that’ll be the process we offer for wheat, durum and barley,” said general manager Rick White. “It’ll be seamless. It’ll be just adding these commodities to the process.” The canola association began han-

dling 2012-13 cash advances for winter wheat Oct. 1 and will add spring wheat, durum and barley April 1. The wheat board will continue to administer the 2011-12 programs. The board has administered cash advances for board grains since 1957, but in recent years the canola association has become the administra-

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“We found out about 30 minutes b e f o re t h e y i s s u e d t h e i r n e w s release,” said board spokesperson Louise Waldman. “This is a program we have administered efficiently and effectively for decades.” However, the board will co-operate with the transfer. “We are looking forward to working with Agriculture and Agrifood Canada and the canola growers to ensure that farmers’ best interests are served going forward,” said Waldman. “It’s a federal program that we administered. It’s their right to make any decision that they want about this program.” Richard Phillips, executive director of Grain Growers of Canada, applauded Ritz’s decision, which the grain growers had recommended. “We knew that the cash advance program was going to be one of the first issues raised in the transition of the Canadian Wheat Board, and so we raised that with the minister’s office, probably within 10 days of the election,” said Phillips. “We said there are some things you have to take care of. This is one of them.” White said the idea of switching administrators did not come from the canola association. “We did not approach the government until we started to hear that the government was considering changing administrators,” he said. The National Farmers Union is outraged by the move, which removes one of the most popular features of the wheat board. It said the government is revealing that it believes a



If the government really believed that a voluntary CWB was actually viable, it wouldn’t have made this change. TERRY BOEHM NATIONAL FARMERS UNION

non-monopoly board can’t survive by ending its role with advances. “There is no reason why the CWB could not have continued to administer the APP,” NFU president Terry Boehm said. “If the government really believed that a voluntary CWB was actually viable, it wouldn’t have made this change.” However, Phillips said there are good reasons for the board to lose its administrative role with advance payments. Once the board is competing with other grain marketers in an open market, competitors won’t want the board knowing information about the grain they handle. He also said many farmers wouldn’t want the board knowing their private financial information. The canola association is not a commercial grain handler or marketer and does not have that conflict, Phillips added. White said the canola association was the only organization other than the wheat board that could adequately provide the service. “We’ve been doing it for 30 years. We’ve got the experience and there are a lot of efficiencies in bringing it under one umbrella,” he said.

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Agriculture minister welcomes report | Working Group on Marketing Freedom will play ‘a vital role in government’s planning for an orderly transition to marketing choice,’ says Gerry Ritz


Critics say report weakens income | Liberal MP Ralph Goodale says the recommendations ‘create a board on paper but one without the ability to actually function’ MICHELLE HOULDEN ILLUSTRATION


After the Canadian Wheat Board: report outlines the path ahead STORIES BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU


he federal government has received a report it commissioned on how to deal with ancillary issues flowing from abolition of the Canadian Wheat Board’s single desk. Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz said the report is a key step to ending the grain marketing monopoly and plays “a vital role in government’s planning for an orderly transition to marketing choice.” Critics say it is a blueprint for weakening farmer income and market influence. The Ritz-appointed Working Group on Marketing Freedom, comprising senior federal bureaucrats and representatives of the Canadian Grain Commission, the Canadian International Grains Institute, Pulse Canada, Canola Council of Canada and Grain Growers of Canada, was asked to recommend how the transition could happen rather than whether it should. The wheat board, defiant about

the end of the monopoly, refused an offer to co-chair the group. Liberal MP and former CWB minister Ralph G oodale said the group’s recommendations would “create a wheat board on paper but one without the ability to actually function.” Part of his criticism was based on the fact that the group recommended the government create rules that would allow a voluntary co-operative marketing agency to rise from the ashes of the CWB but rejected the idea that grain marketers without grain handling assets should have a regulated right to have access to existing storage and handling facilities of their commercial competitors. Some recommendations will likely will be reflected in grain system legislation and regulations that will be produced this autumn and winter as the Conservative government sets the stage for ending the CWB single desk. Ritz quickly accepted the recommendation that a quick decision be made on who would administer the Advance Payment Program when it

is no longer a CWB responsibility. He announced the Canadian Canola Growers Association will administer the program effective Aug. 1, 2012. Report recommendations The report, which was made public Sept. 28, suggested several key recommendations: • The federal government should not regulate to require access to elevators, rail service and ports for grain marketers such as a voluntary wheat board. Commercial negotiations should prevail unless there is clear evidence of “anti-competitive behaviour with respect to access.” • T h e r i g h t t o p ro d u c e r c a r s should remain in legislation but without priority access to the rail system and only when a sale has been made to a customer. Short-line railways and producer car shippers should negotiate better terms with the national railways. • The government should implement Rail Freight Service Review

recommendations that require negotiation of service agreements between shippers and railways with a threat of legislative intervention if it does not work. • The CWB should get on with preparing a plan on how it can morph into a voluntary grain marketer on Aug. 1, 2012. The agriculture minister should impose a plan unilaterally if the board continues to defy that option. The over-riding theme of the group recommendations was that market forces should trump government intervention whenever possible in mediating the relationship between producers and shippers on one side and grain industry and carrier companies on the other. “Overall, the working group feels that the market should as much as possible be left to operate freely and unencumbered by unnecessary government regulation,” it said. FOR MORE ON THE CWB REVIEW, SEE PAGE 14.


ritics argue that some of the Conservative government’s plans to dismantle the Canadian Wheat Board’s export monopoly break the rules. Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz told the House of Commons last week that his Working Group on Marketing Freedom’s recommendations for the transition to a free market are a template for change. “Our government will use the recommendations of this dynamic working group to make sure farmers have the clarity and certainty they need for their farm businesses’ future,” he said. “Our government has a strong mandate and we will deliver on marketing freedom.” However, opposition critics quickly condemned the government approach and some of the working group recommendations as inappropriate or irresponsible. New Democrat CWB critic Pat Martin insisted in the Commons Sept. 30 that government rules require a Treasury Board cost-benefit analysis calculation before any policy is approved by cabinet and presented to Parliament. Only recently, long after the policy had been decided, did Ritz issue a tender for an accounting analysis of the cost of winding down the CWB single desk. “This working group report is no substitute for a Treasury Board costbenefit analysis that is called for by Treasury Board policy,” Martin said a later interview. “They are obliged by precedent and good business practice to develop a cost analysis and KPMG says it could be as much as $500 million. Keep in mind they will have to borrow money to pay that bill.” In the Commons, Ritz appeared to dismiss the idea that the government needs to develop a costed business plan before it can introduce a CWB reform bill. “At the root of all this is marketing freedom for western Canadian farmers,” he said. “Farmers have done the cost benefit analysis farmgate by farmgate. They have voted with their air seeders and their trucks and have moved on to new commodities.” He said farmers know Canadian wheat, durum and barley can gain a greater share of world markets if there is an open market. “That is all the cost benefit analysis that Canadian farmers need.” Liberal MP Ralph Goodale scoffed at that logic, but he took particular aim at the working group recommendation that the wheat board quit fighting the Conservative agenda and begin to co-operate. “The working group considers that the CWB needs to get on with preparing for implementation,” the group wrote in its report. “If the CWB will not do so, the working group recommends that the minister consider measures to facilitate the development of a business model for a voluntary CWB that will be available to farmers on Aug. 1, 2012.” But Goodale said directors have an obligation to work in the financial interest of the board, while an end to the monopoly could cost hundreds of millions of dollars.







Opposition MPs are warning that across-the-board cuts ordered in the federal government to reduce spending by $4 billion could have serious consequences for Agriculture Canada and its agencies. As part of the government’s deficitfighting strategy, all departments have been ordered to find between five and 10 percent of their budget that is expendable. The results will be reflected in the winter federal budget. Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz has not commented publicly about how the cost-cutting review could affect his department or what programs or services could be targeted, although unions argue staff reductions are part of the plan. Political critics are not reluctant to speculate. “Ten percent cuts are very substantial for agricultural programming,” New Democratic Party agriculture critic Malcolm Allen said Sept. 30. “It could really damage the ability of Agriculture Canada to deliver programming that farmers need, so they have to be very careful about this.” However, the opposition agriculture critic says he is not confident that Ritz has the clout in cabinet to protect core programming. “I’m not optimistic that minister Ritz can protect the department,” said Allen. “I think it will be a case of him finding the 10 percent, sending it in to the centre and then crossing his fingers that all those cuts won’t be made.” He said there are several key policy areas that should be protected. “If they roll back funding in (Canadian Food Inspection Agency), it would mean the agency is falling even further behind in the resources it needs to do its job,” the southwestern Ontario MP said. “That would be worrisome and a setback for farmers.” “Research is another area I worry about because it has been an easy target for government to cut in the last 15 to 20 years but we need more investment in research and not less.” Liberal agriculture critic Frank Valeriote insists Agriculture Canada should be exempt from the cuts. He said the government could save the necessary money by making cuts to the cost of buying military jets or by cancelling planned corporate tax cuts. “This department should be spared these cuts,” he said. “We are facing a food sovereignty and food supply crisis in the world and this is no time to be cutting. Agriculture did not create this deficit.” It is an echo of the unsuccessful arguments farm leaders made in the mid-1990s when then-Liberal finance minister Paul Martin ordered cuts of up to 20 percent across the board, including in Agriculture Canada. Canadian Federation of Agriculture president Ron Bonnett said that the farm lobby has not yet been consulted on the pending cuts. “Our argument would be that they should be very strategic,” he said. “They have to be carefully thought out and core programs should not be undermined.”

Cassie Bolinger has fun atop father Allen’s shoulders while waiting for a load of barley to be augered across a set of tracks into a second truck for transport to a bin. The track was built across Robert Bolinger’s land, right, near Gleichen, Alta., after last year’s harvest, to service the new Paterson Grain terminal. The Bolingers had to improvise to move barley from the field after they realized the access built across the track was too steep for their truck. | KEVIN LINK PHOTO


Canola, wheat shining in first samples Chlorophyll content low, oil content up | Fusarium not a major problem this year BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Western Canadian farmers are harvesting a stunning canola crop and a better than average wheat crop based on the first samples analyzed by the Canadian Grain Commission. The commission had seen 493 canola samples as of Sept. 26, of which 472 made the top grade. Nineteen samples were in the No. 2 category and two were No. 3. “It is looking so good. It really is,” said Daryl Beswitherick, program manager for quality assurance at the commission. The average chlorophyll content in the No. 1 samples is 11.4 milligrams per kilogram, compared to 12.6 mg per kg in 2010, 15.4 in 2009 and 11.1 in 2008. Lower chlorophyll numbers are better because they increase the oil’s shelf life and require less processing to remove the green colour from the oil. “The industry really cares about the chlorophyll content,” said Beswitherick. Crushers also care about oil content, which has been spectacular based on the analysis of about onequarter of the samples the commission expects to receive. Average oil content in the samples that have graded No. 1 is 45.1 percent, compared to 44.3 to 44.5 percent from 2008 to 2010, which were above average years for oil content. Beswitherick said a jump in oil content of that magnitude is astonishing. “It’s just a really good, solid crop this year,” he said. Wheat quality is also above normal

Ergot has been the biggest downgrading factor in wheat this year. |



based on the 982 samples analyzed to date, which is about one-fifth of what is expected to be submitted to the commission. Of those samples, 516 made the top grade, 300 made No. 2, 106 fell to No. 3 and 51 were classified as feed wheat. “The crop that has been taken off is really nice. It’s a really good looking crop,” said Beswitherick. More than 80 percent of the samples have made the top two grades compared to 70 percent in a typical year.

However, that number will likely fall as frost-damaged product arrives from Saskatchewan and Alberta. “It will probably settle out down close to the average, I would think, by the time all is said and done,” said Beswitherick. Ergot is the biggest downgrading factor this year. It has appeared in 20 percent of the samples to date. The highest rate of infection in the previous 15 years was 13.5 percent in 2008, but that was after all samples had been analyzed.

Wet, cool and cloudy weather during flowering created ideal conditions for ergot spores to enter wheat florets, replacing wheat kernels with purple or black ergot bodies. Ergot is toxic to humans and animals and creates undesirable dark specks in flour. Beswitherick said 31 percent of this year’s No. 2 samples, 64 percent of No. 3 samples and 73 percent of the feed samples were downgraded because of the fungus. “A lot of the samples that are being downgraded for ergot are very beautiful No.1 red wheat,” he said. Producers can use gravity tables or colour sorters to clean ergot out of their wheat, but it is not a quick process. Midge was also a significant downgrading factor this year. Fusarium damage was not as bad as it has been in the past. It was responsible for downgrading 17 percent of the No. 2 samples, 14 percent of the No. 3 samples and 24 percent of the feed samples. “That’s way down compared to past years. In Manitoba, which normally is your biggest (fusarium) area, it was really non-existent this year,” said Beswitherick. Hot and dry weather during flowering in Manitoba’s Red River Valley kept the disease at bay. The reduction in fusarium damage has offset the increased prevalence of ergot, resulting in a good looking wheat crop. “For the grain industry, it’s going to be kind of nice shipping No. 1 reds instead of No. 3s or 4s,” said Beswitherick.




Frost hits crops in Alberta Central, northeast affected | No frost in southern areas BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

A hot, dry fall has helped southern Alberta farmers harvest their crops with better than average yields while those in central and northern areas are further behind, especially on canola. Alberta Agriculture reports killing frosts across much of the central and northeast regions with scattered reports of cold coming in from the northwestern and Peace River districts. No killing frost has been reported in southern Alberta. Farmers have harvested most cereals in northeastern Alberta, but canola has been slower and green seeds are a problem. However, harvest should be mainly completed by Thanksgiving if the weather holds. “Yields are all over the board. There are a lot of different conditions with the weather,” said James Schwindt, agriculture fieldman in the Wainwright area. The southern regions of the Peace River district are behind by two to three weeks because of excess moisture. The southern part has received up to 300 millimetres of rain since June 20 after three years of drought. Harvest days have also been overcast and cool compared to southern parts of the province where record hot days occurred in September. “We just can’t get warm days,” said agriculture fieldman Fred Sawchuk of Fairview. Canola is green and people are using grain dryers. Wheat yields have varied from 40 to 120 bushels per acre. In some cases wheat heads looked large and healthy but did not fill properly, said Sawchuk. Harvest conditions are also challenging for the northern Peace, where only 50 percent of harvest is complete because of scattered showers that keep growers out of the fields until late in the day. The wheat is coming off at high moisture levels of more than 16 percent. Rather than storing grain in the bin, some producers are bagging high moisture wheat with the intention of drying it down later. Canola is yielding better than expected. “It is not a normal year. It is a challenging year, but people will get the crop off,” said agriculture fieldman Terry Schamehorn of Manning. Alberta Agriculture estimates that yields are above the five year average for the major crops. Subsoil moisture conditions are rated as good to excellent across most of the province with the exception of the southern regions where it has declined to fair because of hot dry weather.





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Swan River producers pleased with harvest results Wet spring may have helped canola crop survive hot summer and boost yields BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU

Manitoba’s wet spring and hot summer didn’t limit canola yields on Bev Stober’s farm in the Swan River Valley. Stober, who farms near Bowsman, achieved near record yields on his farm. One of his canola fields topped 60 bushels per acre. Few growers in the Swan River region harvested yields above 60 bu. per acre, but Stober said most producers in the area had good to very good canola crops. “We hear people talking of 35 to 40 bu. (per acre), but there have been some exceptions, pushing into the 50s,” Stober said. “Overall, our yield is going to be well in excess of 40 bu. per acre.” The Swan River region is one of a few exceptions in Manitoba this year. Canola yields in other parts of the province have been poor to average. Producers in eastern Manitoba reported yields of five to 15 bu. per acre several weeks ago. Crops in the

Overall, our yield is going to be well in excess of 40 bu. per acre. BEV STOBER SWAN RIVER VALLEY FARMER

region failed to develop proper roots in the extremely wet spring and wilted during two months of dry and scorching weather in July and August. Environment Canada’s weather station in Winnipeg recorded 17 days in July and August where the temperature exceeded 30 C. It also recorded 10 millimetres of rain in July. However, yields across the province will likely come in at the provincial average, said Kristen Phillips, an agronomist with the Canola Council of Canada. The provincial average for canola in Manitoba is 32 bu. per acre. Timely rain in a few regions over the summer, combined with soil that

wasn’t completely saturated in the spring, allowed some canola fields to overcome the hot, arid weather that restricted crop development in other parts of the province. “There’s definitely poor yielding fields, but there is definitely good yielding fields,” Phillips said. ”Central Manitoba pulled off a good crop … and Roblin, Russell and Swan River actually had really good crops.” Stober said many producers near Swan River faced wet conditions during spring seeding, but the canola plants were able to tap into that moisture and continued to bloom despite summer temperatures of 30 C. “The canola that was (seeded) a little bit later got behind that (hot weather) and it seemed to yield a bit better.” Even canola seed that was spread onto soaked fields seemed to thrive this summer in the Swan River Valley, Stober added. “It’s amazing how some of that stuff seemed to mature. It didn’t get some of the big yields but it developed into a nice crop.”

Sask. farmers optimistic after warm, dry weather BY KAREN BRIERE REGINA BUREAU

A growing season that started off cool and wet for most Saskatchewan farmers is ending warm and dry. That is allowing producers to harvest even late-seeded crops. Provincial cropping management specialist Grant McLean said growers are always more positive once the crop is off. “They have a more optimistic attitude, even with prices dropping a bit more recently,” he said. Completing this year’s harvest is a feat in itself, he added, considering what they faced in spring. Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corp. paid out record unseeded acreage benefit claims because of wet conditions. Statistics Canada has estimated that 29.435 million acres were seeded in Saskatchewan this year. Of those, 28.338 million had been harvested. New numbers were expected to be released Oct. 4. The 10-year average of harvested area is 30.841 million acres, but the 2011 figure will top last year’s, which was just less than 27 million acres. McLean said some areas are still struggling with excess moisture, including Meadow Lake in the northwest and the entire southeast from the Whitewood-Moosomin area to Weyburn and west to Val Marie. However, the heat in July and August dried up fields in other areas. Some farmers in the southeast planted crops mainly to help dry up fields, McLean said. The shallowrooted crops advanced rapidly when the heat hit and yields are disappointing. Stan Lainton, reeve of the Rural Municipality of Coalfields near Estevan, didn’t turn a wheel on his fields this spring. However, he is fixing roads and culverts and said the water isn’t moving off fields like farmers would hope. “It’s going to be ugly next spring,” he predicted. Lentil yields in the Milestone, Corinne and Wilcox areas that are typically 25 to 30 bushels per acre are as low as two to five bu. per acre. Yields for other crops are highly variable. However, producers in the Outlook area have reported bumper crops, McLean said. Farmers around Meadow Lake have had problems since spring. McLean said late spring frost set back canola, and several hail and wind storms hit the area. Flooded regions continue to cope with wet conditions, while other areas are having problems with dryness. Grass fires last week near North Battleford and Radisson indicate that some places could use a good soaking. However, most are watching to see what how much snow falls this winter.





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Farmers across much of the prairie oat belt are disappointed with the crop they harvest but thrilled they harvested a crop at all. Millers are seeing crops much better than they expected a few months ago, but they’re not top quality. The average test weight at the Grain Millers plant in Yorkton, Sask., has been 42.5 pounds per bushel and a 4.5 percent thins rate. The thins number “is a little bit higher than the last couple of years, and the test weight is slightly lower, but it’s not bad,â€? said Terry Tyson, head of oat procurement in Yorkton. He was worried when early-seeded crops came in light with high thins, but most crops seeded later proved to be in better shape. “We haven’t seen anything yet with significant frost damage or sprouting, which is better than recent years,â€? said Tyson. Oat prices have been strong recently compared to other crops because of a tight supply and demand situation. “Grain prices (are) in a meltdown, but oats hold well ‌ for now,â€? said the OatInsight newsletter. December 2011 oat futures in Chicago closed at $3.26 per bushel Oct. 3. In late August, they were above $3.85. However, the global anxiety over Greece’s imminent government debt default has shaken all markets, and commodities have slumped. The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a quarterly stocks report Sept. 30 showing much more corn in store than expected, triggering a large sell-off in corn. Corn is the driving force in cereal and feedgrain prices. Corn prices plunged on the news, falling 6.3 percent while oats fell only 1.5 percent. “O a t f u n d a m e n t a l s r e m a i n unchanged in North America and in Europe, but oat prices, particularly oat futures, will find further weakness if corn continues to tumble,â€? said OatInsight. Tyson thinks early harvested oats suffered from the summer drought, and mid-August rain was too late to help. Later crops received the benefit of the rain but weren’t hit by frost until after they had matured .







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New criteria | Crushers and farmers need certification to serve EU’s growing biofuel market BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Canadian canola crushers and exporters are getting themselves and their growers certified to ship oil and seed to Europe’s biodiesel sector. The European Union has implemented a Renewable Energy Directive, which establishes a 10 percent biofuel mandate by 2020, doubling what is already the world’s largest biodiesel market. The directive establishes minimum sustainability criteria for all feedstock used in the production of biodiesel, including imported product. Feedstock must be certified by an approved agency. Canada’s canola industry has chosen to use the International Sustainability and Carbon Cer tification system offered by a German non-profit organization. Canola Council of Canada president JoAnne Buth said growers and companies are eager to become certified by the ISCC because the EU had a disappointing 2011 rapeseed harvest. “The EU crop is short. There is potential for them to be up to two million tonnes short,� she said. “Some of the companies are moving quite quickly to get certified so they can ship to the EU.� Canada exported 289,200 tonnes of seed and 142,846 tonnes of oil to the EU in 2010-11. Grain companies also shipped 819,500 tonnes of seed to the United Arab Emirates, much of which was processed into oil and sold to the EU. Sales volumes will almost certainly be higher in 2011-12 because of the EU’s production shortfall. The U.S. Department of Agriculture forecasts 18.8 million tonnes of EU rapeseed production in 2011-12, down nine percent from last year. It is forecasting 2.65 million tonnes of EU rapeseed-canola imports, up 11 percent from 2010-11.



Based on early estimates, the supply shortfall could drag on for another year. German grain trader Toepfer said 2012 winter rapeseed plantings will be significantly reduced in the EU’s largest rapeseed growing country due to a late wheat harvest that narrowed the window for rapeseed planting. However, a Reuters story said the smaller German crop could at least be partially offset by a slightly bigger seeded area in France and Brit-

ain, the EU’s number two and three rapeseed producers. No Canadian companies have received ISCC certification. Independent auditors must ensure that an applicant’s entire supply chain, including growers, crushers, primary elevators and export terminals, meet all the requirements of the EU’s regulation. The main requirement for growers is signing a declaration that no land used to produce canola has been

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved a petition allowing Canadian canola to be used in U.S. biodiesel factories. “We are thrilled that we have this opportunity to increase our exports of canola into the U.S. for use in biodiesel production,” said JoAnne Buth, president of the Canola Council of Canada. Canola was initially excluded as a feedstock when the EPA released regulations for the National Renewable Fuel Standard Program in February 2010. The canola council worked with the U.S. Canola Association to convince the EPA that canola oil meets the agency’s 50 percent greenhouse gas reduction requirement for biodiesel feedstock. The EPA approved the feedstock Sept. 28, 2010. The announcement paved the way for U.S. canola to be included in the country’s three billion litre biodiesel mandate for 2011. But Canadian canola still faced one

hurdle — the EPA’s requirement that all imported feedstock must be produced sustainably. Canada successfully petitioned the EPA to use the aggregate approach for Canadian feedstocks, which allows exporters to ship seed and oil for use in the U.S. biodiesel industry as long as Canadian farmers don’t increase total land under cultivation. “On behalf of the canola industry, I want to thank agriculture minister Gerry Ritz and officials in various departments for their diligence in putting together the petition and in advocating so effectively with the EPA,” said Buth. Sh e k n ow s o f t w o maj o r U. S. biodiesel producers that are clamouring for Canadian canola: the Archer Daniels Midland plant in Velva, North Dakota, and the Imperium Renewables plant in Seattle, Washington. The ADM plant has the capacity to produce 322 million litres of biodiesel annually and the Imperium plant another 379 million litres. That’s a potential market for 1.5 million tonnes of canola supplied by

growers in the United States and Canada. The two plants were already importing Canadian canola, but only for making biodiesel shipped to Canada. Now they can use Canadian seed and oil to meet the U.S. mandate. Buth said the council hasn’t done a detailed analysis, but the U.S. biodiesel sector could provide a significant new market for Canadian canola. “I think it will be hundreds of thousands of tonnes,” she said. Ben Evans, spokesperson for the U.S. National Biodiesel Board, estimates that canola biodiesel will meet about five percent of the country’s three billion litre mandate in 2011. He expects canola use to grow starting next year. The EPA has proposed expanding the mandate to 3.8 billion litres in 2012 and 4.8 billion litres in 2013. “There is a need for more feedstock and there is a need for more fuel and with this (EPA) ruling, I think canola will increasingly play a role in helping meet that need,” said Evans.

e’ll likely see downward pressure on grain prices this week as the markets digest the Oct. 4 Statistics Canada report and last week’s stocks report from the United States Department of Agriculture. Worries about Greece defaulting on its debts will also keep the pressure on, as will near ideal harvest weather in the U.S. Midwest. But the Oct. 12 USDA production report has the potential to set prices on a more positive footing if it significantly lowers its estimate of corn yields and seeded acreage. If it doesn’t, expect crop prices to drift along at today’s attractive but not spectacular level for the next few months. The USDA on Sept. 30 pegged U.S. corn stocks for the end of the crop year at 1.13 billion bushels, which is 162 million bu. or 17 percent more than traders expected. The wheat stockpile was six percent larger than expected. The high prices of the summer limited demand from livestock feeders, but also it appears that USDA’s estimate of the 2010-11 corn crop might have to be revised upward. Grain prices fell following the Sept. 30 report. Statistics Canada’s crop production report Oct. 4 comes out after the Western Producer’s deadline but we will have coverage at in the daily news section. StatsCan was expected to increase


United States trade agreement with Colombia moves forward BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Canadian producers’ competitive advantage when shipping wheat and pulses to Colombia may be short-lived. Farm groups were thrilled when the Canadian government announced the implementation of a free trade agreement with the South American country Aug. 15. “This is one of the very few cases in the world where we’re actually ahead of the United States,” said Richard Phillips, executive director of Grain Growers of Canada. However, the U.S. appears to be gaining ground. U.S. president Barack Obama submitted implementing legislation for free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea to Congress Oct. 3.

The U.S. National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) is urging Congress to pass the bilateral agreements as quickly as possible. The group said it is hard for U.S. wheat to compete in Colombia against duty-free product from Argentina and Canada when it faces a 10 percent tariff into that country. U.S. Wheat Associates estimates growers lose $100 million in sales to competitors every year that a bilateral agreement is not in place. The U.S. signed a free trade agreement with Colombia in 2006 but it has yet to be ratified. “We want members (of Congress) to work day and night until these agreements are done and duty free access is in place for our growers and exporters,” said NAWG president Wayne Hurst. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none


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its estimate of this year’s grain and oilseed crops, which were harvested in near ideal conditions. The market anticipated an increased crop size, but if the report puts canola production at more than the traders’ average guess of 13.8 million tonnes or the all-wheat crop at more than 24.4 million tonnes, then prices could fall again. The expectation of a bigger Canadian crop negates the support from USDA’s cut last week to U.S. spring wheat production. The next report with the potential to move markets is the USDA production outlook on Oct. 12. The market expects a lower corn yield number — something less than 148 bushels an acre — but will it get it? Corn crop condition ratings fell through the summer but harvest weather now is nearly ideal. I’d be surprised if USDA drops yields more than the market expects. But then again, USDA seems to issue only surprising reports these days. But demand, not supply, holds more promise to spark a price recovery from the month-long price fall. Corn is down about 23 percent from its high in late August and that might attract export demand. Looking forward to the rest of 2011, Australia is expecting a near record harvest and Argentina expects a below average wheat crop because of dry weather. Argentina’s problems and the drought in the U.S. hard red winter wheat area are not enough to spark a serious rally in wheat prices, not when Russia is pushing cheap wheat out the door as fast as it can. There are no serious threats to Brazil’s soybean crop. Seeding has begun with the recent arrival of rail after a couple dry months. Brazilian analysts Celeres forecasts a record soybean crop of 75.2 million tonnes, up from 74.9 million last year. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none




CATTLE & SHEEP Steers 600-700 lb. (average $/cwt) Alberta

GRAINS Slaughter Cattle ($/cwt)

Grade A

Live Previous Sept. 23-Sept. 29 Sept. 16-Sept. 22


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


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

$150 $145 $140 $135 $130 8/29


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3

Saskatchewan $150

103.00-105.50 97.10-110.30 105.19 93.00-97.50

90.02 91.14 87.75 83.75

172.75-175.75 177.00-184.00 n/a n/a

171.75-173.00 177.00-185.00 171.00-172.00 n/a

103.85-107.00 92.37-108.51 n/a 92.00-95.75

100.25-104.00 95.03-109.05 104.26 92.00-96.50

89.48 87.32 n/a 82.25

174.50-176.75 176.00-183.00 n/a n/a

172.00-173.00 176.00-184.00 n/a n/a Canfax

Feeder Cattle ($/cwt) 9/2

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3

Manitoba $145 $140 $135 $130 $125 8/29


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3

Heifers 500-600 lb. (average $/cwt) Alberta $145

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





109-124 118-138 125-144 132-150 140-171 150-185

110-124 115-133 124-142 130-155 137-160 150-177

110-128 120-136 129-146 135-152 145-173 155-188

106-123 115-127 121-137 130-145 133-150 no sales

108-126 113-130 118-135 125-145 131-164 140-173

108-123 112-129 117-132 125-141 132-154 136-160

109-126 117-135 120-139 128-147 137-165 145-175

108-123 116-126 123-139 125-144 no sales no sales Canfax


Average Carcass Weight

$130 9/2

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3


Steers Heifers Cows Bulls

Saskatchewan $140 $135

Sept. 24/11 Sept. 25/10 883 861 826 811 667 674 968 1026



9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3

Manitoba $140 $135 $130 $125 $120 8/29

YTD 10 845 783 672 1021

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

$125 $120 8/29

YTD 11 845 773 675 1020


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3

Heifers 120.75 120.75 121.14 188.62

Feeders No. 1 (700-799 lb) Steers South Dakota 131-144.50 Billings 127.25-142.75 Dodge City no test

Trend +1/+3 +2/+6 steady/firm

Alta-Neb Sask-Neb Man-Neb

Futures -18.75 -19.19 -30.55 Canfax

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

YTD % change 1444.2 -11 243.5 -15 1687.7 -12 Canfax

Cattle / Beef Trade Exports % from 2010 416,823 (1) -33.7 63,532 (1) -63.2 143,834 (3) -25.1 193,648 (3) -22.4 Imports % from 2010 n/a (2) n/a 38,074 (2) +25.7 112,709 (4) +33.2 141,099 (4) +16.7

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 Sept. 17/11 (2) to July 31/11 (3) to July 31/11 (4) to Sept. 17/11 Agriculture Canada

$180 $170 $160 $150 $140 8/29


Close Close Sept. 30Sept. 23 Live Cattle Oct 122.15 116.83 Dec 122.65 116.73 Feb 124.15 119.60 Apr 126.58 123.08 Jun 123.50 120.95 Feeder Cattle Oct 140.53 134.83 Nov 142.93 136.58 Jan 146.08 138.70 Mar 146.33 140.25 Apr 147.15 141.45

Trend Year ago +5.32 95.95 +5.92 98.35 +4.55 100.03 +3.50 101.60 +2.55 98.60

$140 8/29

Oct 30-Nov 12 Nov 13-Nov 26 Nov 27-Dec 10 Dec 11-Dec 24 Dec 25-Jan 07 Jan 08-Jan 21 Jan 22-Feb 04 Feb 05-Feb 18 Feb 19-Mar 03 Mar 04-Mar 17 Mar 18-Mar 31

Maple Leaf Sept. 29 156.29-158.67 152.39-153.43 154.38-158.19 153.43-157.24 152.10-153.43 154.48-158.29 162.10-165.44 166.39-167.34 162.72-164.01 163.67-164.63 165.10-165.10

+5.70 +6.35 +7.38 +6.08 +5.70

111.80 112.28 112.98 113.20 112.95

$375 $370

$360 8/29


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/2

Barley Sp Select 2-row $395 $390

$375 8/29

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/2


Sheep ($/lb.) & Goats ($/head) Sept. 23 Previous Base rail (index 100) 3.65 3.65 Index range 92.68-106.85 95.95-107.06 Range off base 3.45-3.90 3.49-3.91 Feeder lambs 1.68-1.80 1.68-1.80 Sheep (live) 0.45-0.50 0.45-0.50 SunGold Meats

Sept. 26 1.85-2.35 1.62-2.02 1.80-1.88 1.84-1.90 1.83-1.86 1.60-2.00 0.85-1.05 0.90-1.05 70-120

1.85-2.47 1.82-2.11 1.70-1.85 1.85-1.92 1.30-1.80 1.65-2.02 0.85-1.05 0.90-1.10 70-120

Ontario Stockyards Inc.

Oct. 3 Wool lambs > 80 lb.1.70-1.79 Wool lambs < 80 lb. 1.85 Hair lambs 1.68-1.70 Fed sheep 0.45-0.63


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/2

Cash Prices Canola (cash - Nov.) $600



$480 8/26


9/16 9/23 9/30

$0 $-10 $-20 $-30 9/2


9/16 9/23 9/30

Feed Wheat (cash) $230 $220 $210 $200 $190 8/26



9/16 9/23 9/30

Flax (elevator bid- S’toon) $550 $540 $530 $520

Sask. Sheep Dev. Bd.

$510 8/26

To Sept. 24



9/16 9/23 9/30

$210 $200

Fed. inspections only Canada U.S. 14,621,613 78,178,441 14,783,813 78,012,593 -1.1 +0.2

To date 2011 To date 2010 % change 11/10

Basis: $0

$190 $180 8/26



9/16 9/23 9/30

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

Agriculture Canada

Index 100 hogs $/ckg Alta. Sask.

165.20 167.31

Man. Que.

167.00 173.70 *incl. wt. premiums

(2) to July 31/11

Export 710,623 (1) 123,822 (2) 642,168 (2)

Chicago Nearby Futures ($US/100 bu.)

Corn (Dec.) $780


% from 2010 -7.6 -14.3 +1.3

(3) to Sept. 17/11

Import n/a 110,649 (3) 111,316 (3)

% from 2010 n/a +9.2 +9.4 Agriculture Canada

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3

$600 $540 8/29


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/2

Soybeans (Nov.) $1500



9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3

Oct. 3 Sept. 26 Trend Wpg ICE Western Barley ($/tonne) Oct 210.00 212.00 -2.00 Dec 215.00 217.00 -2.00 Mar 220.00 222.00 -2.00 May 225.00 227.00 -2.00 Wpg ICE Canola ($/tonne) Nov 524.30 531.20 -6.90 Jan 535.10 541.50 -6.40 Mar 543.60 550.70 -7.10 May 548.80 556.10 -7.30 Jul 554.10 560.30 -6.20 Chicago Wheat ($US/bu.) Dec 6.1950 6.4825 -0.2875 Mar 6.5700 6.8325 -0.2625 May 6.8125 6.9950 -0.1825 Jul 6.9275 7.0425 -0.1150 Chicago Oats ($US/bu.) Dec 3.2800 3.3000 -0.0200 Mar 3.3900 3.4100 -0.0200 May 3.4500 3.4850 -0.0350 Jul 3.5100 3.5450 -0.0350 Chicago Soybeans ($US/bu.) Nov 11.7750 12.5975 -0.8225 Jan 11.8875 12.7125 -0.8250 Mar 11.9800 12.7800 -0.8000 May 12.0500 12.8275 -0.7775 Chicago Soy Meal ($US/short ton) Oct 303.2 326.2 -23.0 Dec 307.0 330.2 -23.2 Jan 309.1 332.5 -23.4 Mar 313.5 335.8 -22.3 Chicago Soybean Oil (US¢/lb.) Oct 49.76 52.22 -2.46 Dec 50.00 52.40 -2.40 Jan 50.27 52.67 -2.40 Mar 50.52 52.97 -2.45 Chicago Corn ($US/bu.) Dec 5.9250 6.4800 -0.5550 Mar 6.0600 6.6125 -0.5525 May 6.1375 6.6875 -0.5500 Jul 6.1925 6.7275 -0.5350 Minneapolis Wheat ($US/bu.) Dec 8.8525 8.7000 +0.1525 Mar 8.3700 8.5025 -0.1325 May 8.2475 8.4550 -0.2075 Jul 8.1575 8.4075 -0.2500 Kansas City Wheat ($US/bu.) Dec 7.0200 7.4400 -0.4200 Mar 7.1750 7.5875 -0.4125 May 7.2650 7.6525 -0.3875 Jul 7.3200 7.6500 -0.3300

Year ago 174.50 175.50 180.40 180.40 465.60 473.10 478.80 482.20 482.10 6.4725 6.8075 6.9675 6.9650 3.3750 3.4775 3.4850 3.4850 10.5400 10.6400 10.7250 10.7650 288.0 292.3 293.7 296.7 43.10 43.45 43.75 43.97 4.7150 4.8300 4.8925 4.9325 6.9575 7.0975 7.1700 7.1575 6.8300 6.9725 7.0525 7.0150

Canadian Exports & Crush




Sept. 23-Sept. 29 U.S. Barley PNW 295.00 U.S. No. 3 Yellow Corn Gulf 258.85-262.09 U.S. Hard Red Winter Gulf 304.60 U.S. No. 3 Amber Durum Gulf 543.81 U.S. DNS (14%) PNW 385.59 No. 1 DNS (14%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 8.73 No. 1 DNS (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 8.43 No. 1 Durum (13%) ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 12.15 No. 1 Malt Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 6.48 No. 2 Feed Barley ($US/bu.)Montana elevator 5.16


Chicago Hogs Lean ($US/cwt)


Sept. 28Sept. 21 Year Ago Rye Saskatoon ($/tonne) 190.95 192.98 120.25 Snflwr NuSun Enderlin ND (¢/lb) 28.25 28.55 17.70

Grain Futures 9/2

Canola (basis - Nov.)

$-40 8/26

Oct. 3 Avg. Sept. 26 Laird lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.00-32.00 30.86 29.71 Laird lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 20.00-23.75 21.25 21.10 Richlea lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 29.00-30.50 29.96 28.50 Eston lentils, No. 1 (¢/lb) 28.50-30.00 29.29 28.29 Eston lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 16.00-20.75 19.50 19.67 Sm. Red lentils, No. 2 (¢/lb) 18.25-21.00 19.86 19.25 Sm. Red lentils, Xtra 3 (¢/lb) 14.00-15.50 15.21 15.42 Peas, green No. 1 ($/bu) 8.50-9.50 9.01 8.68 Peas, green 10% bleach ($/bu) 8.25-8.80 8.48 7.97 Peas, med. yellow No. 1 ($/bu) 8.75-9.25 8.90 8.94 Peas, sm. yellow No. 2 ($/bu) 8.55-9.00 8.76 8.84 Maple peas ($/bu) 8.75-9.00 8.91 9.21 Feed peas ($/bu) 3.50-5.70 4.80 4.62 Mustard, yellow, No. 1 (¢/lb) 34.00-35.75 35.17 34.25 Mustard, brown, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.75-31.75 31.08 31.42 Mustard, Oriental, No. 1 (¢/lb) 26.40-27.75 27.30 Canaryseed (¢/lb) 25.00-27.00 26.00 26.14 Desi chickpeas (¢/lb) 27.50-27.75 27.63 27.48 Kabuli, 8mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 46.00-50.50 48.42 47.42 Kabuli, 7mm, No. 1 (¢/lb) 30.00-38.50 35.10 33.30 B-90 ckpeas, No. 1 (¢/lb) 31.40-33.00 32.60 37.53

Canadian Wheat Board


$380 8/29

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International Grain Prices ($US/tonne)



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


Wheat 1 CWRS 13.5%


Hogs / Pork Trade

(1) to Sept. 17/11





$140 8/29

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/2

Barley Sp Select 6-row

This wk Last wk Yr. ago 198-200 196-198 181-183

Hog Slaughter

Man. Pork Sept. 30 158.76-161.15 154.84-155.89 156.85-160.67 155.89-159.72 153.44-155.89 155.84-159.66 163.49-166.84 167.79-168.75 163.39-165.40 164.35-165.31 165.78-165.78

Sltr. hogs to/fm U.S. (head) Total pork to/fm U.S. (tonnes) Total pork, all nations (tonnes) 9/2



Est. Beef Wholesale ($/cwt)

Fixed contract $/ckg



$540 8/29


Saskatchewan $160


St. Lawrence Asking

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3



W. Barley (cash - Oct.)

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




HOGS Index 100 Hog Price Trends ($/ckg)



Chicago Futures ($US/cwt)


Basis Cash -19.75 -19.32 -30.68

To Sept. 24 Fed. inspections only Canada U.S. To date 2011 2,118,991 24,650,266 To date 2010 2,396,529 24,626,624 % Change 11/10 -11.6 +0.1


Slaughter cattle (35-65% choice)Steers National 120.78 Kansas 120.85 Nebraska 120.14 Nebraska (dressed) 188.65

Durum 1 AD


Cattle Slaughter


$125 8/29

Rail Previous Sept. 23-Sept. 29Sept. 16-Sept. 22

103.75-107.00 100.84-112.69 103.75-107.75 93.00-96.50

$135 $130 8/29

Year ago

CWB T.Bay Domestic Asking Prices

Oct Dec Feb Apr

Close Close Trend Sept. 30 Sept. 23 93.38 88.80 +4.58 87.80 83.73 +4.07 91.58 87.93 +3.65 93.50 90.45 +3.05

Year ago 76.38 72.88 76.13 78.30

May Jun Jul Aug

EXCHANGE RATE: OCT. 3 $1 Cdn. = $0.9536 U.S. $1 U.S. = $1.0487 Cdn.

Close Close Trend Sept. 30 Sept. 23 97.25 95.00 +2.25 99.80 97.88 +1.92 98.40 96.90 +1.50 96.38 95.45 +0.93

Year ago 82.40 83.90 82.60 80.60

$1100 8/29


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/2

Oats (Dec.) $400 $380 $360 $340 $320 8/29


9/12 9/19 9/26 10/2

(1,000 To To tonnes) Sept. 25 Sept. 18 Wheat 171.0 297.8 Durum 48.4 50.0 Oats 34.8 31.7 Barley 5.4 0.9 Flax 1.5 19.0 Canola 136.7 196.7 Peas 25.0 114.3 Canola crush 120.7 132.0

Total to date 1737.2 362.8 234.6 47.9 35.3 905.8 391.6 914.7

Last year 1678.1 705.5 222.3 133.1 52.9 914.6 452.4 898.5


U.S. BEEF LOWER U.S. cutouts were 50 cents-$1.25 per cwt. lower last week with Choice at $182.49 US per cwt. and Select at $169.34. Weekly Canadian cut-out values to Sept. 23 traded slightly higher with AAA at $173.13 Cdn and AA at $165.03. Montreal wholesale for delivery this week was expected to be up $2 to $198-$200. 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

HOGS MOSTLY STEADY S t ro n g d o m e s t i c a n d e x p o r t demand for pork helped lift hog futures and keep cash prices steady. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that the U.S. hog herd was 66.6 million head as of Sept. 1, up one percent from a year ago. The weaker loonie should support cash prices in Canada. Iowa-southern Minnesota cash hogs delivered to plants edged lower to $67.50 US per hundredweight Sept. 30, down from $68 Sept. 23. Hog futures rose this week. The cash U.S. pork carcass cut-out value closed at $98.06 Sept. 30, up from $97.84 Sept. 23.

The U.S. federal weekly slaughter estimate was 2.25 million, down from 2.289 million the previous week.

BISON STEADY The Canadian Bison Association said markets were steady. Grade A bulls in the desirable weight range were $3.90-$4 per pound hot hanging weight. Grade A heifers were $3.80-$4. Animals older than 30 months and those outside the desirable weight range may be discounted. Slaughter cows and bulls averaged $2.70.

SHEEP STEADY Beaver Hill Auction in Tofield, Alta., reported 1,085 sheep and 221 goats sold Sept. 26. Wool lambs lighter than 70 lb. were

$215-$252 per cwt., 70-85 lb. were $200-$243, 86-105 lb. were $182$219 and 106 lb. and heavier were $177-$184. Wool rams were $70-$85 per cwt. Cull ewes were $65-$75 and bred ewes were $180-$210 per head. Hair lambs lighter than 70 lb. were $183-$214 per cwt., 70-85 lb. were $175-$195, 86-105 lb. were $155$180 and 106 lb. and heavier were $150-$173. Hair rams were $70-$92 per cwt. Cull ewes were $65-$75. Good kid goats less than 50 lb. were $200-$235. Those over 50 lb. were $200-$237.50 per cwt. Nannies were $60-$82 per cwt. Billies were $100$141. Ontario Stockyards Inc. reported 1,411 sheep and lambs and 72 goats traded Sept. 26. Sheep, goats and well-fed lambs sold steady. Thin and under finished lambs were steady. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none

Fed cattle prices rose this week.


The non-fed cattle market could soften.

FEEDERS RISE Falling corn futures and strong fed cattle futures supported the feeder futures market. The cash market saw good demand. Harvest and fall field work reduced auction volume to 28,573 head, down 22 percent. The average steer price rose $1.19 per cwt. and heifers climbed 64 cents. Mid-weight steers and heifers were steady while short keep steers edged slightly lower. The offering of 300-500 pound steers and heifers at commercial auctions was moderate. Competition for quality calves drove prices up $1-$4 . Weekly feeders exports to Sept. 17 totalled 729, down 22 percent. Prices for steers and heifers 850 lb. and heavier are expected to begin to trend lower, but large, uniform yearling packages should maintain value. access=subscriber section=markets,none,none


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D1, D2 cows trended mostly sideways at $63-$74 to average $68.54, while D3 cows fell $1.25 per cwt. to $61.17. Rail bids were steady at $130-$135. The butcher bull average has fallen more than $6 over the past five weeks. Weekly non-fed exports to Sept. 17 were steady at 3,573. The non-fed market could further soften with fall gathering anticipated over the coming weeks.


WP LIVESTOCK REPORT Calf demand remains strong and prices could track higher.

Cash cattle defied the general negative tone in markets last week, rising on tight supply and the strong cattle futures market. Futures were supported by the Sept. 1 U.S. cattle-on-feed report, which showed far fewer went into feedlots in August than had been expected. The Canfax weekly average steer price rose $1.39 to $105.68 per hundredweight and heifers rose $2.43 to $105. A surprising number of cattle traded live. Most rail sales were around $176 per cwt. delivered. American buyer interest and the lower loonie supported Canadian prices. Saskatchewan cattle saw a premium over Alberta with sales to east-central American plants. There was a wide trading range late in the week, which could indicate premiums on long fed cattle. The cash-to-futures basis was -$18.75, by far the widest seen this year and a level not seen since February 2009. Sale volume of 19,075 head was steady with the previous week but down 24 percent from last year. Weekly western Canadian fed cattle slaughter to Sept. 24 was 35,689 head, steady with the previous week. Weekly exports to Sept. 17 rebounded to 10,630 head following the short Labour Day week. Market-ready supplies are generally current, but packers have comfortable supply. Cattle futures were considered over bought and could follow stock and commodity markets down.


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Scientists need to use biotechnology for diversity


his marks the second straight year when average U.S. corn yields have fallen from the previous year. Yields naturally fluctuate based on the weather, and a wet spring followed by a scorching July in the Midwest knocked the average yield this year to 148 bushels per acre, according to September estimates. A hot August last year helped knock the yield to 152.8 bu. per acre, down from the record high of 164.7 in 2009-10. Some analysts think yields will be even lower than 148 bu. once harvest is complete. It is already the lowest yield since 2005-06. Yield variability is natural, but back-toback declines in corn are unusual. The last time it happened was in 1973 and 1974. So the problem is raising eyebrows and adding another level of unease to worries about the ability of the world’s farmers to keep up with rising food demand. Corn surpassed wheat as the world’s largest crop in the mid-1990s. It is America’s dominant crop and because of the influence of the Chicago futures market, it serves as the price foundation of the grain and oilseed complex. Worries about this year’s short corn crop are helping keep grain prices at high levels. The United States once had a large corn production capacity surplus, but the growing ethanol industry, which now consumes 40 percent of the U.S. crop, has mostly eliminated that surplus. The rising demand for all crops limits corn farmers’ ability to increase corn acreage. The safety valve allowing American production to keep up with rising demand has increasingly focused on rising yields. The average yield climbed 20 percent between 2000-01 and the record year of 2009-10. Improved hybrids and the increasing use of seed genetically modified to tolerate herbicides and resist insect pests seemed to promise ever-increasing yields. But disappointing production the past two years has damaged that optimism.

The main problem is the weather, highlighting the need for varieties with better heat, drought and stress tolerance. But there are also troubling reports of increasing problems with weeds such as mare’s tail and water hemp developing resistance to glyphosate. There are also reports of western corn rootworms overcoming the genetic protection in Monsanto’s GM seed. Opponents of GM crops pounce on these resistance issues, give them names such as super weeds, and use them to bolster their criticisms of biotech crops and the companies that create them. However, the problem is not genetic modification but that one system, Roundup Ready, is wildly popular because of its simplicity and effectiveness and because the price of glyphosate has plunged since its patent expired and a host of herbicide manufacturers around the world began to produce it. Midwestern farmers, who were already focused on just two crops, corn and soybeans, narrowed their rotation more by relying too much on one herbicide, glyphosate. Any over-reliance of a single herbicide or herbicide group will encourage development of resistant weeds. What are needed are longer rotations with more diversity, which entails a need for more herbicide-crop systems and more high yield crops that are as profitable to grow as corn and soybeans. New systems are starting to arrive. Bayer’s Liberty Link soybeans were recently introduced and Dow AgroScience will have the Enlist system in corn in 2013, which combines glyphosate with a new 2,4-D choline product. Private and public breeders need to improve yields in wheat, barley, pulses and oilseeds to make them financially competitive with corn and soybeans. Diversity is the goal and scientists need all tools available, including biotechnology, to achieve it.


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CWB review based on decades of misguided government intervention? NATIONAL VIEW



he report of the Working Group on Market Freedom seems based on the premise that the 20th century was one massive mistake of misguided government intervention in the grain industry. And it should not happen in the future. All those misguided government decisions to acquiesce to farmer calls for intervention to curb the power of the big companies.

All those policies that undermined the ability of the market to unfold as a sensible economy should. All those government attempts to influence market power balance. Not needed, at least in this 21st century economy where the dominant market players will be happy to negotiate fair deals with their weaker rivals. All those interventions are the story of 20th century Canada, from the Canada Grain Act and the Canadian Wheat Board Act to regulations on rail access. While agriculture minister Gerry Ritz’s hand picked advisory group that was asked to recommend how to move beyond the Canadian Wheat Board monopoly did not offer an historical analysis, its recommendations for the future are clear evidence that it believes all those government interventions undermined the real economy.

“It was generally agreed that the trigger or bar for government intervention should be set high, as commercial agreements need to be given a significant opportunity to be negotiated and government should only intervene to address systemic problems as opposed to firm-specific commercial arrangements or contracts,” the panel said in rejecting recommendations that marketers without facility access (like a new C WB) should have guaranteed access to elevators, rail and ports. Some players they consulted insisted “there is no evidence of lack of competition and that government intervention would tend to prevent beneficial changes in the handling system and discourage investment.” The panel apparently listened. And if there is a problem, shippers

denied access always can go to the Competition Bureau, even though House of Commons agriculture committee hearings have repeatedly dismissed the Competition Act as an effective answer for farmers facing large corporate suppliers of services. Only as a last resort should government intervene if its monitoring shows “anti-competitive behaviour” exceeding the high bar it has set for free market interference, says the report. Then, of course, there is the willingness of the major railways to cooperate with smaller players. The Working Group recommends: “Short line railways and producer car shippers should ask CN and CP to change their multi-car rate requirements to make it easier for shippers on short lines to qualify when they

interchange a block of cars to the mainline carrier, except for single origin and single shipper.” Egad, why didn’t they think of that before? Just ask the national railways to play nice. And so it goes. The Working Group was appointed to proceed on the assumption that the CWB monopoly was gone and “market freedom” would be the new normal. They embraced the notion with enthusiasm. “Overall, the Working Group feels that the market should as much as possible be left to operate freely and unencumbered by unnecessary government regulation.” Thank heavens the industry staggered through the statist 20th century so that unfettered market forces could reassert their wisdom.





Food and health intricately connected

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Darcy Goodrich, a farmer from Hardisty, Alta., says farmers must be more connected to the food on families’ plates


am an Alberta farmer, or rather, an Alberta food producer. That means that I put food on people’s plates, period. As a 34-year-old father of four, I take that to heart more than ever before. I want everything I grow to go directly to families without any processing, pasteurization or alterations. Anyone who comes between a farmer and an eater is there only for a piece of the pie. From this day forward, I say, that has to stop. Farmers are far removed from what ends up on the plates of the average household. Today’s family menu is full of hydrolyzed, homogenized, high-fructose, high-glucose, pasteurized, irradiated and/or genetically modified food. When was the last time you saw farmers doing all that to their food? They do not. It happens in the hands of agri-business. Companies make a lot of money by mixing and matching cheap byproduct ingredients to make things that resemble food. However, these things only resemble food in appearance. They do not have the flavours, smells or, most importantly, the nutrients we require for true health. I have grown food all my life, being

the fifth generation of my family to farm in this part of the province. However, I have woken up and started educating myself about the connection between our food and our health since watching my oldest daughter suffer through asthma as a toddler, watching my friend’s boy suffer through stomach cancer at the age of six, watching my grandfather and father-in-law die of cancer, watching my ex-wife suffer

through unexplained abdominal bleeding, watching her husband suffer through cancer surgeries and chemotherapy and watching my own wife go through a surgery. Food and health are not coincidental topics. They are one and the same. I want to apologize to every man, woman and child on the planet. I do not presume to have fed every one of you a meal, but I spent many years thinking that by growing more and

more food, I was feeding the world. I have now spent almost 10 years reeducating myself about food, nutrition and health. The more I learn, the more I realize how little I knew, how wrong my methods were and how right it can be if more of us work together. I am willing to change my methods, even more than I already have. I feel we now grow the safest, healthiest food our farm has produced since before the Second World War and the dawn of the chemical farming era. Even so, I know we can do more. We must start looking at production from an eco-friendly standpoint, focusing on food diversity rather than monoculture cropping systems that mine the soil of its nutrients and require more chemical dependency. Farmers have adapted to many things, including chemical farming, and they can convert back to ecofriendly farming methods that nourish the soil and the body if consumers will only demand it of them. And make no mistake, many diseases are a result of the food we eat lacking the vitamins, minerals, enzymes, proteins and micronutrients that our bodies must have, or containing things that damage our bodies. It is time that more farmers take responsibility for the food on people’s plates and more consumers take responsibility for their food buying decisions. I am a farmer, and I was part of the problem for a long time. I can see that now, and admit it. I am now doing everything I can to be part of a solution. Can you say the same?


Young farmers support marketing freedom HURSH ON AG



here’s no longer a shortage of young people who plan to farm. The view that farmers are all getting older and there’s no one to take over is outdated and unfortunate. Recently I gave a guest lecture to agricultural economist Ken Rosaasen’s agriculture policy class at the University of Saskatchewan. I’ve been doing this annually for many years and I’m just one of many guests that Rosaasen brings before his students. This was a particularly engaged class with good questions. I remember sleeping through a guest lecturer or two when I was in the agriculture college, but there was no evidence of

that with this bunch. “How many of you have farm backgrounds and have family back on the farm?” I asked. The vast majority raised their hands. Many urban students are recognizing agriculture as a great career choice, but the young people in this class were almost all off the farm. Most were ag business majors, with a few majoring in animal science and a few others in agronomy. It was a mixture of second, third and fourth year students. Later on in the presentation, I was asked about “the aging farm population” and whether enough young people were returning to the farm. It’s my impression, and I told them so, that many young people are interested in farming and recent years have seen an influx of young people drawn by the industry’s newfound profitability. Turning the tables, I asked the class about their intentions. “How many of you intend to return to the family farm after you get your agriculture degree?”

Even I was surprised. Half or more of the hands went up. There have always been some students attending the college with farming as their plan, but the vast majority of graduates have pursued careers in agribusiness, government or research. University officials say there has been a big change in intentions over the last few years. Many more students are now focused on getting back to the farm. For some, this may not happen until they’ve had a job for awhile, but it’s still their overall goal. Favourable economics are no doubt responsible for much of this change in mindset. There’s money to be made in grain and cattle. Of course, this is a double-edged sword. Improved profitability means higher land prices and higher prices for breeding stock. It’s more expensive than ever to buy a farm or expand a farm operation to make room for the next generation. Since this was an ag policy class, there was lots of discussion about the Canadian Wheat Board. I couldn’t

resist asking these young people, many of them farmers-to-be, about their views. One student said it was hard to know what to think because Grandpa had one opinion, his dad another and neighbours were all over the map. However, when asked for a show of hands on whether the federal government was doing the right thing by moving to end the CWB single desk, there was near unanimous agreement among the students that the approach is correct. Again, I was surprised. I hadn’t expected their view to be so one-sided. This certainly wasn’t a scientific survey, just a sampling of the opinions of one class of ag college students. But it’s consistent with survey results showing more support for marketing freedom in younger demographics. Oh, to be that young again, with the future of agriculture looking so bright. Kevin Hursh is an agricultural journalist, consultant and farmer. He can be reached by e-mail at




anada recently played host to the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists for the first time in more than 30 years. This, in ag journalism, is a pretty big deal: the IFAJ annual conference offers a brilliant opportunity for host countries to show off their industries, food and landscapes. A couple of hundred ag journalists descended on Ontario in mid-September and were treated to tours, a full day at the massive Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock and another full day in Guelph for presentations. Stacks of publications from all over the world, in many languages, were laid out for perusal at the Guelph hotel that served as home base. Indeed, not all the journalists spoke English, although it is amazing how many did. One journalist brought an interpreter who translated the proceedings into French. W hat w a s re a l l y f a s c i nat i n g , though, was how informed the international journalists were about Canadian agriculture. Pekka from Finland, for example, came all this way to investigate dairy supply management. He said dairy farmers in his part of the world struggle with volatile prices, and perhaps the Canadian model held some hope for stability. After a presentation on supply management by Richard Doyle, executive director of the Dairy Farmers of Canada, a British journalist asked him why his group was so confident that supply management would continue when the Canadian government was intending to collapse the Canadian Wheat Board’s monopoly. Good question, if you just look at the logic of the thing. But the highlight for us came on the Saturday. The IFAJ conference was hosted by the Canadian Farm Writers Federation, which also took the opportunity to present its awards for 2011. Several of our reporters were honoured for their work, and Regina correspondent Karen Briere and Camrose correspondent Mary MacArthur were there to hear their names called. The Producer came away with seven CFWF awards. Our reporters swept the weekly press reporting category, with Briere taking gold, Sean Pratt taking silver and Bill DeKay the bronze. Pratt also won silver in the press feature category. DeKay also won bronze in the feature photo category and silver in the news photo category. MacArthur took gold in the news photo category. We’re very proud.





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“The last one out, turn off the lights”. Not long ago that was a joke about our Saskatchewan economy. Were you listening to (Sask. premier) Brad Wall thank (prime minister Stephen) Harper for the money coming to Saskatchewan from Ottawa? It certainly is good timing for the election. We should feel sorry for Brad. Harper, by destroying the wheat board, places a dark cloud over Brad’s head. The wheat board puts about an extra billion dollars into farmer’s pockets, most of that coming to Saskatchewan. Businesses in flood-rav-

aged areas of the province can tell you what happens when their farmers have little prospect of earning cash. Knowing what has happened in Australia since they dismantled their wheat board, the hit to Saskatchewan’s economy will be devastating. We should feel sorry for those farmers who think they will do better without the wheat board. Likely they are not old enough to have heard Hedley Van Vliet discuss the pricing of farm crops when he was professor of farm management at the University of Saskatchewan. They are not old enough to have seen how often his observations were so correct. Back to Brad, as premier of our province, he is the captain of the good ship

“economy”. When our province becomes a have-not province and his ship is sinking, as captains do, he will be the last to leave. He will be the one to turn out the lights. Lorne Jackson, Riverhurst, Sask.

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farmers voting to retain the single desk for wheat and barley. Harper’s response was: “In this so-called plebiscite not only did a significant portion vote against the wheat board, it did not include those tens of thousands of farmers who have walked away from that institution.” That is a very interesting statement for Harper to make because in the last federal election only 39 percent voted for the Conservatives. So if one wants to talk about voters walking away from Harper, simple math tells us that over 60 percent “walked” away from him and his party. Millions of voters. It looks like the whole CWB single desk issue from Harper’s perspective has nothing to do with democracy or voting, but rather removing any power farmers have in the grain trade and their ability to determine their own fate. Farmers have spoken consistently and clearly to support the single desk and Harper is ignoring them. Kyle Korneychuk, Pelly, Sask.


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To the Editor: Producer Car Shippers of Canada Inc. (PCSC) represents 12,840 producer cars shipped in the 2010-11 crop year, which was the second highest number in recent years. PCSC was formed to raise concerns producers had in moving their grain to market. We have a concern now, in that PCSC has been ignored by the federal government with regards to the elimination of the single desk and its move to an open market. One would have thought the PCSC would have more at stake in these changes than the Canola Growers Association or the Pulse Growers Association, who shipped virtually no producer cars last year. In a letter to the (federal agriculture minister) Hon. (G err y) Ritz in August, we raised our concerns and to date he or his office have not even acknowledged receiving our letter. It was our understanding that all correspondence to a government MP would be at least acknowledged. We at PCSC are disappointed with the office of the federal agriculture minister, who has chosen to ignore us and the issues we have raised. Tim Coulter, President — PCSC, Briercrest, Sask.

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CWB DEFICITS To the Editor: Allen Oberg’s Sept 15 response “Good track record”, to a letter I wrote in the Aug. 11 issue of The Producer is typical CWB misdirection and misses the point of my letter. The CWB says that it is “controlled, directed and funded by farmers” and “Taxpayers do not fund the CWB.” The purpose of my letter was to explain that these statements are not entirely true. Over the years, the CWB has run a number of deficits in the pool accounts, totalling $1.3 billion,

OPINION which are not funded by farmers, rather they are paid for by taxpayers via the federal government. Mr. Oberg defended these deficits by saying â&#x20AC;&#x153;at times, there are unforeseen and good reasons to run deficits.â&#x20AC;? He then explained the particulars of various deficits that occurred and were covered by taxpayers. He further defends these deficits by trying to convince that itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a â&#x20AC;&#x153;respectable track record.â&#x20AC;? Mr. Obergâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s comments, made on behalf of the CWB, have the CWB contradicting itself. On the one hand it is saying that taxpayers do not fund the CWB, and then, on the other hand, it defends its â&#x20AC;&#x153;respectable track recordâ&#x20AC;? of taxpayer-funded deficits. Beyond the obvious that there really is no good reason to run a deficit, when the CWB has deficits paid by taxpayers, they canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t credibly say

that taxpayers donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t fund the CWB. You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have it both ways. Mr. Oberg complains that I have a mission to discredit the CWB. All I can say is, as long as the CWB makes misleading public statements in its ongoing campaign to defend itself, I will continue to do my part in correcting it. Farmers deserve the full story and they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get it from the CWB.

where you want. You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to support 2,000 workers and 2,000 subsidiary jobs at the wheat board. This is not a communist country. The supporters remind me of a wife beater that keeps telling his wife that itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s good for you. You will get used to it. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been like 70 years and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sick of you (wheat board). Earl Kovach, Kipling, Sask.

John De Pape, Winnipeg, Man.


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I am so relieved that the Canadian Wheat Board is finally ready to talk numbers. In the Sept. 15 issue, Mr. Allen Oberg (CWB chair) talks about the taxpayer money transferred from the federal government to the board.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disturbing to think that the wheat board supporters are so out of touch with reality. You should be able to call the grain you grow yours and sell if, when and


He touches on $1.3 billion in deficits but conveniently leaves out massive transfers for other guarantees from the federal government. Since the late 1970s some of the countries involved in the credit grain sales program began to have trouble paying their debts and the CWB was forced to extend their lines of credit and e v e n ro l l u n p a i d i nt e re s t i nt o rescheduled loans. CWB debt is unconditionally guaranteed by the government so in 1991 the federal government started transferring payments to the CWB to cover losses of interest from default credit grain sales and disguised it as debt forgiveness. Debt forgiveness was supposed to involve both principal and interest payments but the transfers from the government to the CWB were mainly interest. This money was given to the CWB through grants and contributions

which have very few strings attached as to how money is spent. Through Access to Information, I found that between 1991 and 2005 the government of Canada transferred more than $1.1 billion in interest payments to the CWB while only paying down $198 million in principal. In 2000, Iraq stopped fully servicing its debt to the CWB so in September 2005, taxpayers started paying 80 percent of what was owed to the CWB by Iraq. As of 2008 this came to $550 million dollars. The list goes on so I suggest that Mr. O b e r g c h e c k w i t h h i s nu m b e r crunchers before chastising people like Mr. De Pape for his comments. Lynda Swanson, Elnora, Alta. OPEN FORUM CONTINUES ON PAGES 28-29


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e appreciate it when helpers from abroad care for our children and elderly, when they work in our fields and agricultural outlets and when they operate our motels and service stations. But do we ever make them feel welcome in our rural communities? Whether it be Filipino nannies, Mexican field workers or Korean motel owners, what do our rural communities do to include them in the life we enjoy? For the most part, these groups are left to form their own social networks. They, and we, live in our own solitudes. We Canadians boast about our friendliness and our willingness to receive outsiders, but do the facts prove this to be true? It wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take much in a smaller community for an organization to sponsor an International Supper, and make sure the newcomers came and participated. It wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take much to feature cultural nights, where groups shared with the community interesting aspects from their life at home. But we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t expect these tiny groups to initiate such activities on their own. My fear is that if we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make suitable gestures in this direction now, as our population base begins to change, we will end up with ethnic ghettos that have little to do with each other. This becomes fertile ground for misdirected prejudices and interracial misunderstandings. We can lay the groundwork now for building communities that have their own richness, or we can leave a mottled and discontented inheritance for future generations. Joyce Sasse writes for the Canadian Rural Church Network at www.canadian


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Farmers call for clarity on wheat board regulations Post-CWB era | Rules needed soon for transition STORIES BY ED WHITE WINNIPEG BUREAU

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Manitoba farmer Owen McAuley summed up the view of most of those who attended a recent meeting about the grain industry’s transition to a non-Canadian Wheat Board monopoly system. “We need some defining rules pretty quick, in terms of how this process is going to unfold and what’s going to happen,” said McAuley,at the Fields on Wheels conference organized Sept. 30 by the University of Manitoba’s Transport Institute. “This needs to happen … reasonably quickly.” McAuley, who attended the conference with other farmers and representatives of grain companies, railways and ports, said it’s not clear what the grain transportation industry will look like after the wheat board’s export monopoly is eliminated July 31. However, he said the industry is making crucial commercial decisions today that will be affected by whatever changes the federal government implements. “From the perspective of a producer, we need to know how we’re going to contract the grain, we need to know how we manage our risk, we need to know for planning decisions what we’re going to plant next year,” said McAuley, who produces crops, cattle and pigs. Omnitrax president Brad Chase said his railway and port company doesn’t know how grain flow and handling will be affected when the monopoly is ended. “It’s a bit of guesswork as to what the environment will look like,” said Chase. Most presenters at the conference did not take stands on the political

issue of whether the government should break the monopoly. Instead, they discussed concrete effects of the coming changes. Ray Foot, a Canadian Pacific Railway vice-president, said his company hopes the government will quickly reveal what it plans to introduce to Parliament. “An early view is important,” said Foot. “We’re ready to work with the industry stakeholders to … effectively move forward.” Grain industry players discussed the impact of the changes on producer cars, small grain companies and marketers, and short-line railways. Former Liberal CWB and transport minister Otto Lang attacked the idea of a non-monopoly wheat board because its great advantage is that it knows exactly how much grain it has to market and doesn’t need to take a risk premium out of prices. The board wouldn’t have much point without that security of supply, he added. Lang also said the government will have a tough time setting up a postmonopoly board. Grain companies and other competitors will complain if it offers the board too much and makes it too competitive, but it’s just setting up something to fail if it offers too little. Most of the company representatives who spoke at the conference said the monopoly’s elimination would be manageable. Jean-Marc Ruest of Richardson International said farmers and grain companies already handle many non-board grains and are used to the non-board system. “To what extent is this going to be a seismic shift?” said Ruest, who suggested it would not be a major change over the previous system.


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Authors of a recent report on ending the Canadian Wheat Board’s export monopoly attended last week’s Fields on Wheels conference in Winnipeg. The report by the federally appointed Working Group on Marketing Freedom floated around the edges of the discussions about the transition away from the board’s single desk, but it was not a contentious topic. Richard Phillips, executive director of the Grain Growers of Canada and a member of the working group, took that as a good sign. “Most people we’ve heard from have agreed with most things we recommended,” said Phillips. He said he knew supporters of the wheat board monopoly disagreed with much of the report, but that was to be expected. And some people expected the working group’s recommendations to be more concrete and detailed. “Some people thought this would be almost like drafted legislation, but that’s not what the task force was for,” said Phillips.

“We picked out the best option (on each topic considered), then it’s up to the actual drafters of legislation, who reside within government, to come up with the details.” However, most of the representatives from grain companies, railways and open market-minded farm organizations attending the conference seemed to find the report acceptable. “The response has been more positive than negative,” said Phillips. The report recommends against enacting new regulations within the grain system but supports a new monitoring regime to measure if grain is flowing well and farmers are being treated fairly. Regulations should be introduced only if a problem is proven to exist, it said. Industry insiders like that approach. “We’re hearing a lot that the commercial system needs to be given a chance,” said Phillips. “People are ready to go. Let this thing work.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none





Producers see positive attributes in new leader Alison Redford wins leadership race | Premier-designate plans to act soon on campaign promises BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

Albertaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new premier-designate is no farm girl, but the head of Albertaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s general farm organization said she has a strong agriculture platform and is open to new ideas. Wild Rose Agricultural Producers president Humphrey Banack said his group met with Alison Redford before the election and they look forward to working with her. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Her knowledge on agriculture was lacking, but she recognized this. She was very open to discussion. She seemed very open,â&#x20AC;? said Banack after Redford was elected leader of the Progressive Conservative party Oct. 1. She will soon be sworn in as the provinceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s next premier. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s that willingness to listen and not follow the party line that many say vaulted the former justice minister

ahead of the front runner, Gary Mar, by 1,613 votes. Mar was ahead after the first ballot held Sept. 17, but did not capture the 51 percent needed for election. Redford was in second place and former agriculture minister Doug Horner in third. When Horner dropped out after placing last in the Oct. 1 balloting, enough of his second choice votes went to Redford. Immediately after winning, Redford affirmed her election promise to reverse $107 million of education cuts made by former premier Ed Stelmach and reaffirmed her support for public health care. Part of her win was credited to teachers and healthcare professionals who took out $5 party memberships just before the election to vote for Redford. Redford also said she would keep her campaign promise to suspend the controversial Land Stewardship Act,

Bill 36, until more consultation and amendments could be made. Bob Barss, president of the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties, said the organization is excited to work with the new premier. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There will definitely be a change. I think she has resonated with the people of the province and education and health care are the two things that resonate with the people,â&#x20AC;? said Barss of Wainwright, Alta. Infrastructure continues to be the biggest issue facing rural Alberta, said Barss. Redford, 46, spent part of her life overseas, including six years in South Africa helping Nelson Mandela craft the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new justice system. Redford said she will call a provincial election within one year and will not have a fall sitting of the Alberta legislature. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

Alison Redford is Albertaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier-designate after winning the Progressive Conservative leadership race. | ALISON REDFORD CAMPAIGN PHOTO


Controversial land bills will require new premierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attention BY BARB GLEN LETHBRIDGE BUREAU

Alberta premier-designate Alison Redford has homework to do on various bills enacted by the government of former premier Ed Stelmach, say critics of the controversial legislation. Redford said in her campaign that she would suspend the Alberta Land Stewardship Act pending further review. The bill ran afoul of many rural landowners, who fear it will limit or eliminate property rights in cases where land is needed for utility lines and roads. It might also affect compensation to landowners who lose land to such projects. James Hargraves of Walsh, Alta., a member of Alberta Beef Producers and a critic of the legislation, said he was pleased with Redfordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s selection as leader. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think rural votes swung her way,â&#x20AC;?

Hargraves said Oct. 3. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think people recognized that she spoke out and she broke the ranks about the land use bill and that she was the first one. I think the rest of them just followed her and thought it would be a good idea.â&#x20AC;? Hargraves thinks the act should be scrapped, but during her campaign Redford suggested only review with an eye toward potential changes. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think it definitely needs work but it needs so much work that when theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re finished with it, I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t see a point in actually having that specific legislation. I think they need to go right back to the beginning, right back to the start. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think this is fixable,â&#x20AC;? said Hargraves. The Stelmach government did pass Bill 10 earlier this year that included various amendments to the land stewardship act, but Hargraves said those changes didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t address primary concerns about landownersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; rights.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;I want to see land use planning. I want to see Alberta with a plan, but it goes right back to what weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been fighting for, and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s property rights. It needs to instill that and this legislation has complete disregard for any of that.â&#x20AC;? The land stewardship act was largely devised by Ted Morton, who ran unsuccessfully for the leadership and then put his support behind frontrunner Gary Mar after the first ballot. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was quite concerned being that Morton backed up Mar,â&#x20AC;? Hargraves said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was a little concerned about how much reviewing would actually be done on ALSA (Alberta Land Stewardship Act.) I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t actually have a whole lot of faith in what Gary (Mar) was going to do with it.â&#x20AC;? Colleen Boddez, founder of a group called Landowners Against Bills 19, 36, 50, said her group was happy that Redford intends to have another look

at Bill 36, which became the land stewardship act, but Bill 50, the Electric Statutes Amendment Act passed in 2009, deserves attention too. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Although some of what she said is very good, especially regarding Bill 36, Bill 50 is still a huge disappointment,â&#x20AC;? said Boddez. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re disappointed with her position on Bill 50 because she still doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t understand that the â&#x20AC;Ś needs assessment should have been conducted for all of Bill 50 transmission lines, not just two as she has stated recently.â&#x20AC;?

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Boddezâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s group asserts that transmission lines being built in the province will export electricity at taxpayersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; expense and cause extensive job losses. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I hope she can take a look at it further and do a proper needs assessment,â&#x20AC;? Boddez said. Other controversial bills that have come under fire include the Land Assembly Project Area Act, which allows the province to buy land for large public projects, and the Carbon Capture and Storage Statues Amendment Act.




River’s edge education Photo Essay | Twin Butte, Alta., area rancher Tony Bruder has organized riparian educational days for the past five years. Students from southern Alberta schools learn about fish species identification, riparian plant life, species at risk, amphibians native to the region and how to be bear smart. This year’s education day was held Sept. 20 on Bruder’s ranch. He is president of the Drywood Yarrow Watershed group. | Barb Glen photos

ABOVE: Kayla Zielke, a student at Matthew Halton School in Pincher Creek, Alta., tests a dart gun with the help of Alberta Fish and Wildlife officer John Clarke. Clarke explained how to react when encountering a bear in the wild. BELOW: Leslie Pedersen, left, Brian Meagher and Lynn Robb of Trout Unlimited Canada electroshock fish so they can be caught and shown to students. Once identified and tallied, right, the fish are returned to the creek.

ABOVE: Yarrow Creek in southwestern Alberta contains myriad bug life. Lynn Robb of Trout Unlimited Canada shows students from Hillspring School how to identify some of them. RIGHT: Grizzly bears have five claws, longer than those of black bears, which is how their tracks can be identified. This paw was attached to a hide on display for students.








Monsanto wins lawsuit against soybean farmer Consumers confident food is safe In fact, Monsanto authorizes the growers to sell their second-generation seed to grain elevators as a commodity and does not require restrictions on grain elevators’ subsequent sales of that seed, the court said. But that still does not give growers a green light to replicate Monsanto’s patented technology by planting it in the ground to create “newly infringing genetic material, seeds and plants,” the court found. “The attempt to limit the applicability of patent rights was again squarely rejected by the court,” Monsanto said in a news release. Bowman planted Roundup Ready seeds as his first-crop in each grow-

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Reuters) — Monsanto has prevailed in another lawsuit against an American farmer. The federal appeals court ruling protects Monsanto’s interests even when its patented seeds are sold in a mix of undifferentiated seeds. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington issued its ruling Sept. 21, affirming the lower court decision that favoured Monsanto. The company sued Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman in 2007 accusing Bowman of patent infringement for planting and saving seeds that contained Monsanto’s genetically modified Roundup Ready technology even though Bow-

But the report reveals the public is wary about the safety of food imports BY BARRY WILSON OTTAWA BUREAU

A recent food safety survey offers encouraging news for Canada’s food system, particularly farmers. Leger Marketing’s national survey found that 89 percent of Canadians are at least moderately confident in the safety of the food they buy. Farmers were given the highest rating, at 80 percent, for their contribution to food safety. They were also judged to be the least responsible for keeping food safe. “Canadians remain confident in the food safety system,” said the report, which the Canadian Food Inspection Agency commissioned for more than $104,000. “Quebeckers and British Columbians are the least confident while Canadians in Saskatchewan and Manitoba are the most confident.” Consumers, who were surveyed by telephone and then in focus groups, were less confident in the safety of imported food and the ability of Canadian systems to keep unsafe food out of the country. “Confidence in foreign food safety institutions is low,” said the report. “Canadians believe that food produced in Canada is safer than food produced in other developed countries, although they understand that imported foods must meet the same Canadian standards as domestic foods before they can be sold in Canada.” Consumers were also skeptical that Canada can verify the effectiveness of food safety systems in other countries. Ontario Federation of Agriculture president Bette Jean Crews called last week for stronger federal regulation of imports. “In fact, 84 percent of imported food samples tested by the CFIA in 2010 and 2011 were found noncompliant, including noncompliant nutritional claims, non-permitted health claims, the presence of a prohibited ingredient or did not meet the declared grade,” she wrote, citing a media report on testing results. “The OFA has been actively advocating for regulatory modernization in the agri-food industry, including consistent regulation of imported products.… The high rate of noncompliant imported food is an example of a regulatory system that has totally lost its focus and radically needs to be repaired.… Consumers are being misled, their health is at risk and our own agri-food industry is forced into a competitive disadvantage.” The Leger survey found that food recalls assure many Canadians that the system is working rather than making them fear their food is unsafe. The number of Canadians reporting regular organic consumption fell to 34 percent while those who do not increased four percent to 66 percent. access=subscriber section=news,none,none





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HAMBURG, Germany (Reuters) — Dryness is threatening the soybean crop in Brazil, the world’s second largest producer, as sowings in the country face delays, said Hamburgbased analysts Oil World. “Crop prospects for early 2012 are in jeopardy,” Oil World said. “The threat of declining yields has increased.” Continuing dry weather has hindered soybean sowing in Brazil, although some isolated showers could help work to speed up, forecasters said. Brazilian farmers planned to start soybean seeding around Sept. 15 in the major production regions of Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul and Goias, Oil World said. But virtually nothing was planted as of the end of September. Normally, early soybean sowing means an early harvest between December and February. This gives farmers time to seed a second crop of corn or cotton before the rainy season ends in April-May. ANIMAL DISEASE

Paraguay halts exports ASUNCION, Paraguay (Reuters) — Paraguay has halted beef exports and ordered the slaughter of hundreds of cattle after officials detected an outbreak of foot-andmouth disease. The outbreak is a tough blow for the country’s fast-growing beef industry, a top 10 global exporter. Shipments will be halted until December, a measure the country’s beef industry chamber said could cause losses of up to $400 million. “During the rest of the year, we’re going to lose out on three months, exports will be zero,” said Luis Pettengil, head of the Paraguayan Beef Chamber. “We’re looking at (a loss of) about $300 million or $400 million.” Officials ordered about 800 cattle slaughtered to prevent spread of the disease and declared a sanitary emergency in the area where the infected animals were found. The outbreak was detected in Sargento Loma, about 300 kilometres from the border with Brazil, which is the world’s top beef exporter. MARKETING

Pepsi pushes chickpeas PURCHASE, N.Y. (Reuters) — PepsiCo Inc., known for its cola and Lays potato chips, is setting its sights on chickpeas. The company is teaming up with the U.S. Agency for International Development to boost the production of chickpeas in Ethiopia by working with small farmers. The plan is then to help develop local businesses that use the crop, and, at the same time, secure a supply of chickpeas for Sabra hummus, which PepsiCo owns together with Israel’s Strauss Group Ltd. And in concert with the World Food Program, PepsiCo will also develop a chickpea-based food supplement to target malnourished children in Ethiopia. If a pilot project involving a few thousand children is successful, the company would spend $1 million to buy the product and distribute it for one year to up to 40,000 children, many of whom are suffering from the effects of famine. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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PepsiCo also hopes to use the chickpeas to make a food product it can sell in the Ethiopian market, where it has a small presence selling

BEIJING, China (Reuters) — China, the world’s second-largest corn consumer, said it will focus on raising domestic corn production to meet fast-rising demand and is testing use of genetically modified organism technology to boost output, a government official said. Beijing also plans to continue to control corn use by industrial processors, whose soaring consumption has helped exacerbate a corn deficit, which has pushed corn prices to record highs despite record corn harvests. “We have approved one type of

GMO strain and we’re testing to see if they can be applied to boost production,” said Chen Xiaohua, a vice-agricultural minister. China’s rapid demand growth, mainly from its animal feed production, has led to a shortfall over the past two years as domestic production failed to meet demand. ASIAN MARKETS

Fish farms may boost soybean demand NUSA DUA, Indonesia (Reuters) — Soybean imports to southeast Asia could double during the next 10 years, buoyed by demand from fish farms looking to feed China, the United States Soybean Export

Council said. China, with the world’s largest population, was the largest consumer of seafood last year, after Japan, a research report said. China consumed about 694 million tonnes of ocean resources each year, compared with 582 million tonnes by Japan and 349 million by the United States, which ranked third for production and consumption. “A whole area that is new and different that we see, is the whole aquaculture area — the growth of fish industries,” said soybean council chief executive officer Jim Sutter. Total southeast Asian soymeal imports are estimated at 10.8 million tonnes, with the U.S. contributing 2.3 million tonnes. “We could double over the next 10 years — exports to southeast Asia, easily on the growth of aquaculture demand.”

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1 This aerial shot captures the golden glow of the setting sun over a field east of Eatonia, Sask., Sept. 9. | WILLIAM DEKAY PHOTO 2 A dragonfly alights on a wheat stalk near Aylesbury, Sask. This year, the dragonfly population seemed to increase dramatically in parts of the Prairies and were a welcome sight — the insects can eat their own body weight in mosquito larvae in 30 minutes. | MICKEY WATKINS PHOTO

3 A passing airplane casts its shadow over wheat fields east of Eatonia, Sask. | WILLIAM DEKAY PHOTO


4 Bursting soft white wheat heads created a bumper crop near Cando, Sask. A macro-focus on the camera helped to bring the grain into sharp focus, melting the brilliant colors behind it into muted softness. | WILLIAM DEKAY PHOTO 5 A sunflower ripens in a field west of Portage la Prairie, Man., in late September. The plant is a composite flower, with hundreds of tiny flowers called disk flowers surrounded by an outer ring of large petals. During the growing season, the ovaries of the disk flowers ripen into sunflower seeds. The plant reaches maturity when all the disk flowers fall off. | ROBERT ARNASON PHOTO

6 Unwanted customers converge on a jar of preserves at the Rocky Acres Orchard in Lipton, Sask. Many dubbed 2011 the Year of the Wasp. Not all wasps are pests — the Minnesota department of agriculture recently released a variety of stingless wasps to help control ash borer larvae in trees at the Great River Bluffs State Park. | MICKEY WATKINS PHOTO 7 A worker tends to laden grape vines near Oliver, B.C. The Okanagan valley is home to more than two dozen wineries. | RANDY 6







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9 Vegetables are lined up for sale at St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market west of Toronto, Ont. Dubbed Canada’s largest yearround farmers’ market, the St. Jacob’s area is home to fields of garden produce, artisan cheese and other goods for sale in the market. | KAREN BRIERE PHOTO 10 This Copeland two-row malting barley was safely in the bin south of Canora, Sask., by Sept. 10. | KAREN BRIERE PHOTO

11 Canola swaths in a field about 15 kilometres south of Langdon, Alta., on Sept. 4 seem to lead to a grain elevator in the distance. Sunset makes lovely shadows against the thick swaths. | BARB GLEN PHOTO


12 Combines are on the home stretch in a wheat field, east of Eatonia, Sask., Sept. 9. | WILLIAM DEKAY PHOTO 13 Researchers at the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre in Vineland, Ont., experiment with varieties of fruit and vegetables, such as this round eggplant, to develop vegetables not commonly grown in Ontario, but desired by new immigrants. | MARY MACARTHUR PHOTO


14 A pear is plucked in an orchard near Osoyoos, B.C. There are many u-pick operations in the Okanagan, offering hungry fruit lovers the opportunity to harvest their own cherries, peaches, pears, nectarines and plums. B.C. orchards produce half of Canada’s Bartlett pears and all of the commercially grown Anjou pears. | RANDY VANDERVEEN PHOTO

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airplane, could pass as a rural racetrack for haybales, southwest of Glidden, Sask. | WILLIAM DEKAY PHOTO

16 Grain bins shine in the sun near Sexsmith, Alta. The town was originally named Bennville, after early settler J.B. “Benny” Foster, but was changed when it was discovered another town already bore that name. The new name honours area trader-trapper David Sexsmith | RANDY VANDERVEEN PHOTO










Biodiesel firm increases capacity to 20 million litres Market for farmers’ distressed canola | New equipment will improve efficiencies for Canada’s largest biodiesel producer BY SEAN PRATT SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Saskatchewan’s only biodiesel manufacturer is stepping up production of the alternative fuel and looking to buy more distressed canola from farmers. Milligan Bio Tech Inc. has raised $8 million to work out some of the bottlenecks in its production facility in Foam Lake, Sask. “We’re replacing our crush line so

that we have a much more up-todate, capacity-capable crush line,” said chief executive officer Joe Holash. The company is also installing new processing equipment that will improve efficiencies in its biodiesel manufacturing process. The end result will be a plant capable of producing more than 20 million litres of biodiesel annually, up from four million litres now. “With the announcement of federal

and provincial mandates for biodiesel, we see that the time is right to round out the capacity of the Foam Lake facility and increase our production efforts,” said Holash. The upgrades will make Milligan Western Canada’s largest biodiesel producer with the ability to supply half of Saskatchewan’s mandate once it takes effect next July. The company has been working on the plant upgrades for the past 10 months and will soon operate at its access=subscriber section=news,none,none



sample or worse categories, which this year would result in 924,000 tonnes of usable product. However, the company is having trouble finding the 40,000 tonnes it requires, going as far afield as Minnesota to find the feedstock. “We’d like to hear from people if they have a need to get rid of off-spec canola,” said Holash. Growers can deliver product directly to the plant or arrange for it to be picked up. Trucks that transport diesel fuel conditioners and other Milligan products to customers could haul offspec canola back to the Foam Lake plant, which would reduce transportation costs. Holash said Milligan doesn’t intend to stop at 20 million litres of capacity. It once planned to expand to 150 million litres of production. “We’re certainly excited about doing a lot more but we do have to take a step at a time,” he said. “We haven’t shelved any plans. As a matter of fact, it’s getting more exciting right now.”


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Monsanto buys bee biotech company BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU

Monsanto has bought an Israeli company that specializes in biological technology to protect bees from viruses and infections. Beeologics, which has offices in Israel and Florida, has developed a product called Remebee. Ac c o rd i n g t o t h e c o m p a n y ’s website, the biological product is designed to protect bees from viruses that contribute to colony collapse disorder, a mysterious phenomenon that has killed millions of bee colonies around the world over the last five years. “Remebee … is going through the approval process at the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration),” Nitzan Paldi, co-founder of Beeologics, said in a blog on the company’s website. “We’ve made significant progress and we’re moving through the final trials and studies needed before we can bring to market this product to beekeepers.” The Remebee technology is based

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Safety protocols reliable: CFIA C o n s u m e r s s h o u l d d ro p t h e assumption that if every item in their grocery store is not government inspected, it may not be safe, says the new head of Canada’s food inspection agency. George DaPont, like many of his predecessors at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, said that while government food inspectors are an important part of the food safety system, their work is not comprehensive. “Included in the public perception is that if it is not inspected, it is not safe and that physical inspecting is the only tool to ensure it is safe,” he said. “That is just plain wrong. It is the system that works together and what the consumer should know is that they can be confident that when they go to buy that product, it is safe and

physical inspecting is not the only avenue. There are inspectors in the private system as well and it is in their interest as well to make sure their products are safe.” DaPont said that having inspectors in a plant is just part of the system that tries to guarantee that food products are safe. There are a series of food safety protocols on food safety that involves all levels of the system. “Companies selling unsafe products don’t stay in business long so it is in their interest to sell safe products,” he said. “Having one or two inspectors in a plant, you can’t see everything all the time. At the end of the day, if you are just relying on the inspectors’ physical presence, inspectors can’t see pathogens. You really have to have a system

that works and I think there is a lot of confidence in the system we have.” Still, he said it is a goal to devote more CFIA resources to improving training, equipment and tools for frontline inspectors. DaPont said he also rejects criticism that CFIA is in a conflict-ofinterest because it regulates the food system and also is involved in trade missions to promote the safety of Canadian food exports. “I’d say CFIA is not the advocate of market access,” he said. “We have a role of assuring that food products are safe. That’s different from being the advocate for market access. That’s for other departments.” He said CFIA would never lower standards to gain market access. “That has to be a test of the agency’s role,” he said. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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The new president of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has taken on the job at a critical time when both offensive and defensive agendas loom. On the offensive side, career public servant George DaPont wants to see CFIA legislation and regulations modernized and simplified. Despite its legion of critics, he said in a Sept. 21 interview that the agency he inherited after less than a year as executive vice-president is not “broken.” But it could be improved. “I have been here three months and I see that we have a robust system,” he said. “But we have this array of legislation and regulations to administer. Our food safety authority is spread over five or six acts and 30 odd sets of regulations. I think we would see a benefit of having a consolidation and streamlining.” But the more immediate and defensive position is to defend the sprawling agency from tens of millions of dollars in budget cuts that have been ordered by the deficitfighting Conservative government across government. DaPont said CFIA, like all departments and agencies, will have to offer proposals on how the agency can cut five to 10 percent of costs so that it can be reflected in the winter budget. But he said agriculture minister Gerry Ritz has been clear that the cuts should not come at the expense of inspector reductions. “We are in a bit of a fortunate position because we did receive additional money for the agency in the last budget targeted at things that are important to us, improving training and tools for our frontline staff,” he said. “Restraint will be a reality and our approach will be to minimize impact on our frontline staff. Any organization that has such a critical on-theground mandate will look to find some restraint and if there are reductions, it will likely be in our administrative and internal service staff.” DaPont said that after inspection investments and budget increases after the deadly 2008 listeria out-

break in Maple Leaf Foods products, it would be “foolish” to cut inspectors in the name of deficit fighting. “Clearly after the investment and given the nature of the mandate, that would be one of the last areas we would look to affect.” The Saskatchewan born, raised and educated bureaucrat who has worked throughout government and last served as head of the Canadian Coast Guard before being appointed CFIA vice-president last year, comes to the CFIA top job with no direct agriculture experience. His dad was a bricklayer in Saskatoon. “But it is hard to grow up in Saskatoon and not have some exposure to farming,” he said. “Of course, I cheer for the Roughriders.” Improvements planned DaPont said that while he thinks Canada’s food inspection system is working, improvements could be made. A comprehensive food safety bill that updated existing legislation would be helpful, as would a more systematic approach to regulatory change. It is one of his goals as CFIA president, a job he was given last summer when former president Carol Swan left after four years of a five-year term. He said food safety regulations tend to be changed in an ad hoc fashion with no overall goal. “I’d love to see us move toward a more structured approach to improving our regulations,” he said. “I was struck when I moved to the agency with how much regulatory change we do in a year, but a lot of what we do is change this clause of that regulation to respond to that problem. We need to step back to look at our full suite of regulations to see if we have the mix right, have we got the provisions right engaging with people we regulate and engaging with consumer groups?” He also was shocked that much of the agency bureaucracy involving import approvals is done by fax while most clients work electronically. “It is something we must work on.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none

NEWS AG NOTES FLAX OFFICIALS SOUGHT The Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission is seeking flax producers to fill two board of directors positions. The new directors’ three-year terms will begin at the close of the group’s Jan. 9 annual meeting. Saskatchewan producers are eligible to sit on the board if they have sold flax in the past two years and have not requested a check-off refund. All flax producers are eligible to vote and act as nominators. Candidates will need signatures from three registered flax producers. For more information, contact Lyle Simonson at 306-553-2307 or or Shane Stokke at 306-946-4044 or ssc@


LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION series of celebrations to mark Parks Canada’s 100th anniversary. George Hartlen has contributed to visitor programs that help Riding Mountain National Park meet its objectives. Val Pankratz, executive director of the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve, has also contributed to initiatives that raise awareness and appreciation about the park. Nominations were opened to the 6,000 volunteers from all of country’s 42 national parks, 167 national historic sites and four national marine conservation areas, as well as its service centres and national office. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE Canadian post-secondary students are invited to enter Sustainable Development Technology Canada’s

Cleantech Challenge 2011. Students can submit a 200 word pitch or a two minute YouTube video at The contest closes Oct. 15 and winners will be notified Oct. 26. “Canadian students have great ideas for being more energy efficient, for using less water, for producing power. We want to see them,” said SDTC president Vicky Sharpe. Entries will be evaluated on how they could create economic opportunities while helping the environment. The winners receive a trip to meet chief executive officers and international key players in clean technology while attending the SDTC Cleantech Focus in Toronto Nov. 9-10. The contest’s facebook page can be found at Its twitter handle is @SDTC_TDDC and the hash tag is #SDTCChallenge.

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PINE BEETLE PROGRAM The Alberta Mountain Pine Beetle ReLeaf program provides funding to homeowners, private landowners and municipalities for replacing trees that have been killed by mountain pine beetles on private or municipal land. The ReLeaf program was launched last year and is a partnership between Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Tree Canada and corporate sponsors Telus and Strive Energy. More than $100,000 has been contributed for 2011-12. Others interested in donating to the program are encouraged to do so at Urban residents, acreage owners and communities within municipalities affected by the mountain pine beetle can apply for funding. Homeowners who lose trees to mountain pine beetle infestation are eligible to be reimbursed the replacement cost of their tree, up to $80. The program will fund up to $3,000 worth of seedlings or potted trees to replace shelterbelt and landscape trees on acreages and up to $5,000 worth of seedlings or potted trees to replace trees lost on municipal land. Funding is only for replacement value and may not be used to treat infested trees or protect trees that are not infested. NATIONAL VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION Parks Canada is recognizing two southern Manitoba residents on its list of Top 100 volunteers for their significant contribution to the department’s mandate. The volunteer list is part of a access=subscriber section=news,none,none

COMING EVENTS Oct. 24-26: Biofibe 2011, Delta Winnipeg Hotel, Winnipeg (204-2725095, Nov. 1-5: International Goat Symposium, Exhibition Place, Toronto (www. Nov. 3-6: Manitoba Livestock Expo, Brandon (Karen Oliver, 204-7263590, Nov. 9-12: Saskatoon Fall Fair, Saskatoon (306-931-7149, www. Nov. 17-18: Green Industry show and conference, Edmonton Expo Centre, Northlands, Edmonton (800-3783198, access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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SAME OLD ARGUMENTS To the Editor: Catching up on some back issues of the WP, the Aug. 18 issue had an op-ed by Milton Boyd of the University of Manitoba (and note “a policy adviser for the Frontier Centre for Public Policy”), an op-ed that hit one squarely in the face. Titled “Grain industry will prosper postmonopoly”, it refers to the federal government’s plan to gut the wheat board. The article essentially uses the same arguments as used to convince us to get rid of the Crow Rate for shipping grains. The result of that was drastically higher costs to the farmer (with little improvement in rail service), the extra wear and tear on roads, the touted development of more processing plants actually ending up losing most of what we had, the near collapse of the livestock industry, which was supposed to benefit, and the demise of many family farms. Like one farmer said, “That was 75 percent of my net income, and I’m supposed to be happy?” And remember, that is always off our net income. The nub of Mr. Boyd’s argument is all the new jobs that will be created with the demise of the wheat board; new jobs in private grain firms, the grain exchange, and with deregulation of the wheat industry. Whoa — we’ve seen what deregulation has done in the financial markets. And all those new jobs? How can that be more efficient than what the wheat board is doing now? And who will do the long-term market development required for future sales? The private firms have only one fiduciary interest, that of the shareholders. They accomplish this through buying as low as they can, and selling as high as they can. They care less whether it is wheat from Canada, Argentina, Australia, the U.S., or some of the developing exporters such as Kazakhstan or the Ukraine. Long-term market development can be done only by an agency such as the wheat board with total control of the product, and in the interests of the farmers. It is also able to brand the product to capture a premium for the quality of our wheat. Let us not be fooled again by the ballyhoo spun on us before.

Wheat Board. On our farm, we sell all our wheat by using producer cars, with the Canadian Wheat Board as our administrator for those cars. It was therefore of great interest to me when Bill Woods, Canadian Wheat Board elected director from Saskatchewan, explained that he had changed from being against the wheat board to a supporter of the CWB. It was all about producer cars and short-line rails, which he understood would not exist without the CWB. The presentations by the directors present confirmed my suspicions, and experience in shipping grain out of the Peace River country. In the article, Franck Groeneweg is reported as complaining that the CWB broke the gag order that the federal Conservative cabinet placed on the board that does not allow board members to speak directly



about the value of the single desk for wheat and barley. I presume he was complaining about the fact that the CWB board members went on record at the meetings to explain the implications of the loss of the single desk and in doing so reminded us of the value the CWB brings to the sale of wheat and barley. It is sad that those who oppose the Canadian Wheat Board when they cannot defend their position choose to complain that the directors should therefore not be allowed to state their position. I thought that free speech was a fundamental part of democracy. It would appear that Groeneweg wants to have the freedom to market his grain, but he doesn’t think that the farmers’ marketing agency should have freedom of speech to explain its operations and benefits to us wheat and barley producers.

In spite of the anti-wheat board forces pulling every trick in the book, from gagging the directors to (federal agriculture) minister (Gerry) Ritz telling farmers not to bother to vote — there was a higher return of ballots than happened with director elections and solid support for maintaining the single desk for wheat and barley. We farmers understand the advantages to us of keeping the single desk for wheat and barley. And I sure do on my farm. Dave Hegland, Wembley, Alta.

TRANSMISSION LINE FIASCO To the Editor: Re: The most recent proof that the Bill 50 transmission lines are a fiasco.

Albertans are a tough breed. We are a salt of the earth kind of people who believe in supporting each other, lending a helping hand, and standing up for what is right.  If a thief comes to town, we aren’t letting him into our house, nor are we sending him to our neighbours. He’s not going to steal in our town, he’s not going to harm us or our children, and he’s definitely not going to compromise us or our way of life.  It is the right versus wrong that all Albertans try to live by.  These are the principles that make us the envy of people in other parts of the world who aren’t able to enjoy such moral strength and dignity. And this is why we want to live and raise our children and grandchildren here. But a thief has come to town, and Bill 50 is that thief. PC politicians created Bill 50 so that new electrical


George Burton, Humboldt, Sask.

KEEPING THE DESK To the Editor: I am writing in response to Sean Pratt’s Aug. 25 article in your paper under the “Wheat board producer meetings called biased”. Well I was not at the meetings in Saskatchewan, but I did attend the Canadian Wheat Board meeting in Fahler, Alta. From attending that meeting I would say that I appreciated the board members attending and speaking were clear and concise in explaining the impact of removing the single desk from the Canadian access=subscriber section=opinion,none,none



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OPEN FORUM transmission lines could be approved quietly in the cabinet room instead of by the Alberta Utilities Commission in public hearings. The result is Albertans are now facing a huge $16 billion expansion of our electrical grid that independent experts from the University of Calgary and our major industries a r e s a y i n g i s a m a s s i v e o v e rbuild. And it is us the ratepayer who will be paying the billions for the overbuild. You see the way the system works in Alberta is we pay for the costs of these lines on our monthly power bills. Atco and Altalink build the lines and get to own them. They reap the benefits on not only owning the lines we pay for but they also get reimbursed for all of the costs plus a nine percent rate of return. (These lines are not like schools, hospitals and roads, which the public

owns after we pay for them.) Bill 50 removed all checks and balances that are part of a fair and just process. The thief has the keys to your home, business and your life, and he isn’t looking back. Consider this: our present transmission system is worth $2 billion, so by expanding the grid by $16 billion means Bill 50 is allowing for an eight fold expansion of the grid. That is why the experts say this is a massive overbuild. Our power bills will increase due to this massive overbuild, but more importantly we will watch as industries and companies, big and small, leave the province or close their doors  While you and I grumble that we can’t afford our power bills, the tripling of industrial power rates will force these businesses to move to other provinces with cheaper power, taking thousands of jobs with them,

affecting all matter of economic activity in this province. And finally, when we can’t afford to pay the power bills, then all Albertans will know the thief. If the PC government doesn’t repeal Bill 50, stop the overbuild, and do a proper “needs assessment”, then we will have been robbed of something precious in Alberta, and we will never get it back. Colleen Boddez, Landowners Against Bills Society of Alberta, Sturgeon County, Alta.

MARKET DISTORTIONS To the Editor: As an author of a recent study by the Grain Farmers of Ontario on biofuels, environment and hunger, I am puzzled by strong criticisms contained in a Sept. 1 WP letter to the


editor by Paul Hagerman of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Ontario grain farmers are important contributors to the Foodgrains program. It’s unfortunate that Mr. Hageman appears to have read only a brief summary contained in a recent Western Producer article and not the original report where his objections are addressed in some detail (see We are far from unique in concluding that biofuels have had a minor effect on world hunger. It is true, as he states, that the FAO estimate of the number of hungry people rose in 2008 to over one billion from a decades-long plateau of about 900 million. However, the number of hungry has since returned to about 900 million, even as world biofuel production continues to grow. Perhaps Mr. Hagerman’s concerns


stem from the nature of the Foodgrains program itself — shipments of cheap grain from Canada to Third World countries. Yet evidence shows that decades of cheap grain shipments have served to undermine agricultural advancement in developing countries. As a friend of mine who has spent his career working with CIMMYT in Mexico and Africa told me recently, “Food aid can only be justified under emergency conditions (such as Somalia). The rest of the time it simply puts local farmers out of business by distorting the market.” I’m a fan of efforts by the Canadian Foodgrains Bank to send money to be used to buy local grain or to improve local agriculture, but less so of its shipments of Canadian grain. Terry Daynard Guelph, Ont.


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There is a man who keeps reminding us that the government he represents has a majority (small) in Parliament, therefore they can do as they wish. Then he tells farmers, who in the majority vote to keep the wheat board, that the majority cannot trump the individual rights of others. “The vast majority of farmers either voted our way or did not respond at all,” he said. Run that past me again, please. Now he says farmers can market their wheat just like they market their canola. “Market” it? Does he mean checking to see what’s the best price at the closest elevator? It must be 30 years since I gave up on the party system in politics. I wonder if Lewis Carroll gleaned his ideas for Alice in Wonderland from studying politicians and politics. To add to my argument, agriculture minister Gerry Ritz speaks as though he had been present at every wheat board meeting. He speaks of a travelling road show, carbon copies, scripted questions, pro-board participants being bussed in, the cousin organizations of the wheat board such as the Communist party, being fully represented — and so on. McCarthyism is alive and well, it seems, in Gerry Ritz’s Wonderland. I attended a local meeting and it certainly was not as he claims. A letter in the Western Producer Sept. 15, under the title ‘Stifling opposition,’ from Melville, sounded like they had a rip-snorting meeting. Not ours. Polite, lots of questions. No bigots, no heckling, no naiveté, no end of the world; the young successful, the old successful could speak as they wished, no Victorian preachers, not even any fundamentalists preaching, no mad hatters, no Alice. Just a bunch of worried men and women who feel that they’re always fighting some sor t of octopus. Sometimes I wonder if the tentacle labelled weather is the least of our worries. The weather, after all, has no agenda.

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Price-fixing lawsuit dismissed NEW YORK, N.Y. — (Reuters) — A federal appeals court has thrown out an antitrust class-action lawsuit that accused seven companies of engaging in a global conspiracy to raise the price of potash. The 7th U.S. Circuit Cour t of Appeals in Chicago said the plaintiffs, who were buyers of potash, did not show a sufficient link between alleged anti-competitive activity outside the United States and the U.S. potash market. The decision directs the dismissal of claims alleging violations of the Sherman Act, a U.S. antitrust law. It voids the January 2010 refusal by a Chicago trial judge to end the case. The defendants included Agrium Inc., PotashCorp and Mosaic and four companies that conduct mining operations in Russia and Belarus: JSC Uralkali, JSC Silvinit, JSC Belarusian Potash and JSC International Potash. The plaintiffs accused the defendants of conspiring since 2003 to fix potash prices at artificially inflated levels. As of 2008, the defendants accounted for 71 percent of global potash supply. “We were very pleased by the decision, which calls for a complete dismissal,” said Stephen Shapiro, a part-

Dave Esslinger displays a sample of potash 1,000 metres below the surface at a PotashCorp mine near Rocanville, Sask., in this file image from Sept. 30, 2010. A U.S. federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit alleging a worldwide price-fixing conspiracy. | REUTERS/DAVID STOBBE PHOTO ner at Mayer Brown who argued the case for the potash companies. “The court decided that the law requires dismissal because the complaint failed to allege any substantial or direct connection between the alleged conduct and the United

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Researchers seek trees willing to be ignored It’s survival of the fittest for roadside trees BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

VINELAND, Ont. — Growing trees in Canada’s unforgiving climate is difficult at the best of times, but trying to grow trees along busy highways with salt, pollution and questionable soil is almost impossible. Less than 10 percent of the two million trees planted along Ontario’s roadsides each year survive, but researchers at Ontario’s Vineland Research and Innovation Centre hope technology from the forest industry will boost survival rates of newly planted roadside trees. “The actual planting sites are very poor,” said Lynne Sage, research technician at Vineland. Soil along roadsides is often a mixture of clay, metal left over from roadside construction, garbage tossed out car windows, salt from road deicing, heavy metals and pollution from car exhaust. “The trees are put out under a lot of stress. Nobody goes back and waters them or takes care of the trees.” More than half a million cars drive along Toronto roads each day, creating pollution that could be absorbed by roadside trees. By finding ways to improve the chances of survival of roadside trees, Vineland researchers hope to improve air quality and reduce carbon dioxide, a byproduct of vehicle emissions. It’s estimated 500 trees absorb enough carbon dioxide to make up for one car being driven 20,000 kilometres in one year. It’s not struggling seedling trees that absorb carbon dioxide, but mature 20-year-old trees, said Sage. It would take more than a billion trees to plant a single row of trees along Canada’s highways. “Think of the value of that crop. This has great economic benefit and great environmental benefit,” she said. Through their work, researchers hope to identify what varieties of trees do well in the tough growing conditions. Researchers have focused on five varieties of trees they hope will survive and thrive. “If we don’t have survival, our taxpayers’ money is not actually doing anything.” Part of the research has focused on growing the trees in retractable roof greenhouses. Richard Vollebregt, president of Cravo Equipment, said the greenhouse offers protection for the young tree seedlings, but also allows the seedlings to develop partially in the elements. “Survival of the young plants is higher if they’re exposed to outdoor conditions throughout their growing life,” said Vollebregt, who said the forestry industry has used similar technology for reforestation. “The retractable roof allows conditions to be simulated in a natural environment, yet they’re protected.” access=subscriber section=news,none,none

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Ont. woodlands under siege Forests invaded | Blights, fungus and pests devour woodlot operators’ profits BY JEFFREY CARTER FREELANCE WRITER

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trees (of commercial value) here and there should be 10 to 12. “If the Asian long-horned beetle gets loose, it will be gone,” said Dave Ferguson during a tour of his property on Sept. 17. In Ontario, the pest has been restricted to the Toronto area, but it has caused extensive damage in New York state, where eradication efforts have failed. According to the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the beetle has the potential to cause more damage than Dutch elm disease, Chestnut blight and gypsy moths combined. The pest’s diet includes members of the maple family, along with other broadleaf species. Of all the hardwoods in southern Ontario, maples are the most numerous. Ferguson and his wife, Gabrielle, manage 100 acres of woodlots, along with a cash crop operation. To the untrained eye, their woodlots may seem healthy, but there are several concerns. Chestnut trees were eliminated many years ago by a fungal blight. While resistant strains are being developed, it will take decades for re-establishment. Dutch elm disease, first identified in North America, continues to kill trees. Fortunately, young trees survive long enough to reproduce. The big elms left in Ontario tend to be single trees isolated from other elms. Beech bark disease, caused by the imported scale insect, is also making its way across Ontario. Trees succumb a few years after being infected. According to Don Craig, a retired conservation authority employee, relatively little attention has been paid to the disease because the beech is often viewed as a low-value tree. The hickory bark beetle, native to North America, has killed most of Ferguson’s bitter hickories, while the less common shagbark hickory appear to be resistant. The most pressing concern is another overseas introduction, the Emerald ash borer. Since first being identified in the Windsor-Detroit area a decade ago, the pest has swept across much of Ontario, into Quebec and across several states. Ferguson’s white ash trees are either dead or dying and he suspects the few rare blue ash in his woodlots will also succumb, despite some degree of resistance. For Ferguson, his trees are more than a place of quiet retreat. They pay. The 52-year-old views them as a retirement fund. The most valuable are the healthy population of black walnuts. Using techniques to optimize their growth, Ferguson has harvested 22 trees worth $25,000 over the past seven years. Single trees of veneer quality often sell for $2,000 or more.





Yields, prices down for processing tomatoes Other options considered | Tomato growers say high input costs are making corn and soybeans attractive alternatives BY JEFFREY CARTER FREELANCE WRITER

WALLACEBURG, Ont. — After nine, rain-soaked hours harvesting processing tomatoes, it is easy to understand why Albert Van Damme and his son, Chad, are a bit disillusioned with the crop. The elder Van Damme said they may not meet their contracted tonnage due to adverse spring planting conditions. Worse, contracted prices are now down by more than 20 percent from three years ago. The Van Dammes and others growers are disgruntled. With strong corn and soybean prices, they’re thinking there might be an easier way to make a living. “The people in the city should realize what farmers go through to get that food on their table. It’s not easy,” Van Damme said. I’ve never seen a year like this. It’s not good. We started out wet and now we’re playing in the mud.” Growers receive more than $100 a ton for whole pack tomatoes and $93.50 for paste. Yields in the 40-bushel-per-acre range are typical. That adds up to considerable gross revenue but there are many expenses. The minimum wage in Ontario is now $10.25 and growers need workers for spring planting and harvest. There’s also the cost of plug plants and pesticides. Phil Richards, chair of Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers, said growers in Ontario receive less per ton than growers in Indiana and Ohio. “We need an increase in price to entice people in Ontario to stay in the business,” he said. There are three big tomato processors in Ontario. Richards expects growers will meet their contract obligations — unless there’s a killing frost before fruit is ripe. Production problems The harvest has been a challenge. In clay soils, it may be impossible to proceed if it keeps raining. Lighter ground is more forgiving, but breakdowns become an issue and the risk of accidents increases. Van Damme said his crew harvested two truckloads of tomatoes, about 84 tons, in about nine hours through steady rain Sept. 19. With fair weather and no breakdowns it would have taken three. The Van Dammes use a pull-type Pik Rite harvester. Workers on board sort through the tomatoes as the machine moves through the field. A dump cart, pulled by a second tractor, receives the tomatoes. Van Damme said adding tractor tires to the dump cart allowed it to be pulled from the field with a full load. “We used to only get a half load on and the tractor would be spinning its tires.” Price contracts for processing access=subscriber section=news,none,none

tomatoes are negotiated in Ontario. Growers are represented by a marketing board. I f a s e t t l e m e nt i s n ’ t re a c h e d through negotiation, an arbitrator chooses between the final offers submitted by the marketing board and processor.

Even with the sandy soil, it was a heavy slog through this field of processing tomatoes near Wallaceburg, Ont. | JEFFREY CARTER PHOTO



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Tourists interested in seeing where the bison roam provide about 20 percent of Rod Potter’s Century Game Park income. |



Ontario bison producer cashes in by showing off Day trips to the hills | Tourists dish out money to see and hear about bison production — and maybe pick up some meat to take home BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

WARKWORTH, Ont. — Tourists and bison don’t usually mix, but

tourists are an important part of Rod Potter’s fifth generation Ontario bison and elk farm. About 20 percent of the income from Potter’s Century Game Park

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at his farm north of Lake Ontario. “I think, especially down here in the eastern provinces, where the population is huge, a lot of people are interested in this kind of thing. A lot of people are interested in day trips.” For $60, a visitor piles in the back of an old pick-up truck outfitted with bench seats from school buses or homemade wooden benches bolted to the truck box for a ride to bison country. “These old trucks look like heck, but they serve a purpose. If you go slow, they do the job,” said Potter, while some of his 45 head of bison mill around the trucks. One of the most popular tours is to drive to the top of the hills, snack on local bison, cheese, wine or beer and watch the bison as the sun goes down. Potter acquired most of his old trucks in the early 1990s when the local Northumberland County created the Rural Ramble, a showcase of local farms and their produce. It wasn’t uncommon to have 1,000 people on the ramble in two days. The ramble stopped when footand-mouth disease was discovered in Britain and it never regained its momentum. Instead, Potter is now part of the local Northumberland Tourism, which published a Farm Gate Guide to the area, allowing tourists to find

their own way to his farm. “I find that has been very valuable.” At one time, Potter had 80 head on his 100 acre farm, but with only 75 acres fenced, he needed to downsize his bison and elk herd. Potter now has 13 breeding cows, but is keeping his young females to try and increase his cow herd to about 25. He also wants to increase his elk from 12 to 20 head. Meat from his bison is sold in restaurants or to local customers.

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Buy local keeps orchard growing Processor expands | Ontario company able to capitalize on the local food trend


move it all in Ontario.” However, the family might not have been in the apple business at all if it hadn’t been for an exchange student from the former Yugoslavia 40 years ago. Branko Premelc, who had a background in horticulture and orchards, convinced the Martin brothers’ father, Leighton Martin, to plant a few apples trees. The farm has been in the family since 1820, and Leighton had taken it over from his father in 1963. It was a farrow-to-finish hog operation when Premelc arrived in 1971. “He convinced Dad there’s no reason you shouldn’t be growing apples here,” said Martin. The farm’s good soil, sunshine and rainfall would produce good apples, Premelc reasoned. The family planted 100 trees on one acre, and Leighton Martin sold his first four-and-a-half bushels of apples at the Waterloo Farmers’ Market.

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This type of packing line is different from pre-sort lines, in which apples are graded by size as soon as they are picked, go back into bins and then are packaged to fill orders. Martin said the commit-to-pack line is more efficient because apples go through the production line only once. The company is planning to add more equipment, including a new weight sizer. Martin’s packs apples for 15 to 20 growers and supplies chain stores and its own retail farm store. It grows 30 percent of the apples it needs. Each grocery store chain wants apples packaged a certain way. Martin’s used to pack for one large chain that wanted it to pack exclusively for it. “Now it’s the packaging that’s exclusive,” Martin said. For example, Loblaw’s wants a four pound poly bag for one of its brands and Costco wants six lb. lots in an open case. All apples are labelled by size, variety and batch number, no matter how or where they are sold. Martin said the batch number is particularly critical. “It tells us which orchard they came from, which block (of the orchard), the spray record, who picked the apples, when they were picked.” access=subscriber section=news,crops,none

Apples at Martin’s Family Fruit Farm pass under dryers and proceed through the production line to be waxed, bagged and shipped. | KAREN BRIERE PHOTO The record can also tell Martin’s the atmospheric conditions in the storage room, such as levels of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide and other gases, and who was in the plant when the apples were processed. Martin said food safety is at the top of everyone’s mind, and it’s important to be able to quickly identify and isolate a problem. “Our philosophy is we want our employees to be profitable. We want our customers to have the best, healthy products, and we want other growers to be successful.”


WATERLOO, Ont. — Thousands of bright red and green apples tumble over the production line at Martin’s Family Fruit Farm. The apples are washed, polished, sorted, weighed and bagged and will soon be on their way to fruit bowls and lunch boxes across Canada. Harvest is in full swing in mid-September at one of Ontario’s largest fruit farms. The Martins grow 16 varieties of apples on 700 acres near Waterloo, locating their orchards at several locations to spread the risk. Steve Martin, quick with a joke but not to be confused with the famous actor-comedian, is part of the seventh generation now operating the farm. He serves as retail sales manager while his two brothers, Kevin and Ken, are president and operations manager, respectively. Workers are still completing a recent expansion to the processing plant, which Martin said was undertaken with more optimism than past ventures. “It’s primarily due to ‘buy local,’ ” he said, referring to the trend to buying food from as close to a customer’s home as possible. “For the last three years we’ve done little export because we’re able to

When Premelc returned for his first visit in 2010, the farm had grown to its current size and the company had become a leading packer. Expansions were undertaken in the late 1980s and again in the late 1990s. Since 2000, the Martins have invested in technological advances such as drip irrigation and high density orchards. “To me this is an absolute thing of beauty,” Martin said, showing off a new planting of several hundred trees just outside the processing facility. High density orchards differ from traditional orchards in that the trees are planted close together and supported. They are kept small and pruned, allowing pickers to pick the fruit from the ground rather than climbing ladders. It saves labour costs and results in better quality fruit. Martin’s uses a commit-to-pack line in the processing plant. Picked apples move directly from controlled atmosphere storage to the wash line and are packed. “We pack everything except the culls,” Martin said. The company’s wide array of customers allows it to use all its apples by packing in plastic or mesh bags, at different weights and with different sized fruit.








NOT ALL OATS ARE EQUAL Alberta organic growers will participate in trials to compare new and old oat varieties for disease resistance to rust and smut, yield and maturity benefits. | Page 39

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Limits on pesticide use feared

Water-loving weed species that took advantage of the wet season: • Perennial weeds such as curled dock, plantain, absinth, thistles, dandelions and foxtail barley

Noxious weeds Act | Manitoba’s plan to revamp legislation may lead to a restriction or ban on pesticide use

• Biennial species such as wormwood and stork’s bill • Winter annuals such as stinkweed, shepherd’s purse and flixweed • annuals such as wild oats, Canada fleabane, prickly lettuce, volunteer canola, cleavers and barnyard grass



Noxious weed control is a daunting challenge in Manitoba because of few resources, little outside support and non-participation by many rural municipalities. John Johnston, president of the Manitoba Weed Supervisors Association, says the situation might get worse if the provincial government revamps the Noxious Weeds Act to make pesticide application more difficult. “There is a lot of pressure against pesticide use” in many jurisdictions in North America, Johnston said during the North American Weed Management Association’s recent annual meeting in Winnipeg. Many cities and towns have banned or restricted pesticide use, he added. Johnston said 70 of Manitoba’s 118 rural governments employ weed supervisors, which covers only 60 percent of the province’s farmland. “I see that as a major problem,” he said. “We know we’re going to have problems.” Weed supervisors also have trouble persuading the federal and provincial governments to control invasive weed species on crown land. Governments agree that invasive species have to be managed but often do not have the funding to cover their millions of acres. Railroads are also a pathway along which invasive species can travel and spread into farmland.

• Relatively less fall tillage, preharvest and post-harvest herbicide applications and unseeded or unharvested fields will mean an increase in volunteer canola, winter annual weeds and perennial weeds

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• Crop scientists expect an increase in biennial weeds, particularly wormwood • Nightshade is expected to show up in potato growing regions • For pasture weeds, scientists predict an increase in the usual suspects, such as foxtail barley, dandelion, leafy spurge and Canada fleabane

WEED MANAGEMENT TIPS Proper weed management for the 2012 crop year begins now: • Use chemfallow in the fall • Use large weeds as a green manure, bury them before seeding • Large weeds such as kochia can also be baled as cattle feed

Kochia often invades fields from fence lines, ditches and railway rights of way. | “They are a major vector.” Johnston said railroads aren’t always co-operative when controlling their weed populations. However, pipeline companies sup-

port weed control on their land and often contract local weed supervisors to do the work. Another potential concern is organic farmers who want to use ditches


around their land and rights of way as the buffer strips they are required to have to be organically compliant. Weeds on that land can easily spread if they can’t be sprayed.

• If weeds are dry and gone to seed, burning might be an option • Weed stubble can be used for winter wheat, but proper weed management must be followed Source: Manitoba Agriculture | WP GRAPHICS


Flooding, prevention measures leave weeds in wake Saskatchewan and Manitoba farmers hit by floods earlier this year may be in for a nasty surprise next spring, weed experts told an international conference in Winnipeg Water, sandbags, livestock feed and uncleaned construction machinery likely spread weed seeds far and wide across flooded areas. “We’ve got a lot of ticking time bombs out there,” John Johnston of the Manitoba Weed Supervisors Association said about the millions of hastily filled sandbags that are now breaking down across the flood zone. Ron Moss, who manages Agriculture Canada pastureland in Sask-


atchewan, said water that spread across fields and spilled out of rivers and streams could have moved weed seeds kilometres from their usual habitats. “Flooding — it’s just a vector for moving seeds all over,” said Moss. Mike Kagan of Manitoba Agriculture said few of the rules that are usu-

ally put in place to control weeds were followed in the spring as panic struck. “In an emergency situation, everything takes precedence on the human health and life side,” said Kagan. “These kind of emergency situations bring a lot of problems.” Most of the attention to floodcaused weed problems have focused on farmers’ inability to control weed growth on saturated fields. Farmers have scrambled to till fields, do chem fallow and burn or feed to livestock this summer’s thick growth of weeds. However, the main problem is the

potential spread of existing weed populations. Kagan said he and his staff are worried about large populations of volunteer crops sprouting next spring, as well as the appearance of winter annuals, perennials, biennials and pasture weeds. Johnston said river valleys and flood plains are another hot spot. Water sat on fields for so long that existing riparian plant populations were drowned, including thousands of trees. Weed seeds are perfectly designed to quickly fill the void and spread onto valuable farmland. “We’re going to have all kinds of weeds establishing,” said Kagan.

The sandbag problem will be hard to manage because millions of sandbags have been moved, dumped, broken up and forgotten by residents rushing to protect homes and buildings. Sandbags were generally filled in gravel pits that had weed populations. As well, gravel was often brought into bag-filling centres from outside the local area. The amount of material dumped into sandbags is staggering. Johnston said one rural municipality used 1,400 “super sandbags” to protect eight houses. That’s a lot of material for weed seeds to hide inside, he added.





Tastes of home grown at home Immigrant market | Research looks at the feasibility of growing produce in Ontario that is normally imported BY MARY MACARTHUR CAMROSE BUREAU

VINELAND, Ont. — Researchers are trying to help southern Ontario farmers tap into the tastes of an ethnically diverse population in the greater Toronto area. More than $62 million of vegetables are imported per month into the region. However, instead of potatoes and cabbages, most of the vegetables are those that immigrants crave from their homelands, such as okra and eggplant. Vineland Research and Innovation Centre scientist Ahmed Bilal hopes Ontario farmers can replace some of the immigrants’ comfort food that is now imported. “We want to see if we can grow some of the imported vegetables in southern Ontario’s productive soil,” said Bilal, who estimated that almost half the people living in metropolitan Toronto were not born in Canada. “We want to know if it’s economically viable to grow crops in the Niagara peninsula.” The productive soil south of Toronto is home to vineyards, orchards and greenhouses, but Bilal said that doesn’t mean vegetables grown in the area will taste the same as imported vegetables immigrants are used to eating. Researchers grew kohlrabi, okra, long beans and eggplant in the first year of the project and tomatillos and long carrots in the second year. However, they will focus on the most productive crops. Scientists want to learn how to maximize production and control disease as well as determine the best time to irrigate and the varieties that grow best in Canadian soil. Isabelle Lesschaeve will focus on the market for these vegetables. “Lots of factors can impact the acceptance of new produce,” said Lesschaeve. “Will new Canadians accept the new food or will the carrots taste the same or we will have to change something in the way we grow them.” Lesschaeve said she is working with grocery and vegetable distributors to better understand how farmers can tap into retail markets. “The retailers are all excited,” she said. “If we’re able to bring truckloads of okra every day, they would sell it. They help us understand the barriers.”

Researchers at the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre in Vineland, Ont., experiment with production of fruit and vegetables not commonly grown in the province, including tomatillo, above, or round eggplant, right. Growing produce to cater to immigrants’ diets will allow farmers to diversify. | MARY MACARTHUR PHOTOS





Nitrogen stream bar saves time Easy to adjust | No tools are needed to adjust the sliding bar BY RON LYSENG WINNIPEG BUREAU

FARGO, N.D. — The Chafer adjustable multi-rate nitrogen stream bar has six positions, covering eight to 100 gallons per acre. Imported from England by wheat agronomist Phil Needham, the multi-rate bar overcomes many of the problems associated with incrop nitrogen application. Although nitrogen stream bars have been around for decades, their one big drawback was the time it took to disassemble and change orifices for different fields.

“They typically came with a range of, say 10 to 20 gallons or maybe 40 to 50 gallons per acre,” Needham said. “The whole point of post applied N is to give each wheat field the correct amount of N it needs to hit the full yield potential. But you’re defeating that purpose if you use the same orifice for every field. And growers felt that changing the orifices from field to field just took too much time.” Needham said the Chafer stream bar, which came to market in the past year, is designed to remove that time obstacle. Each of the six numerical positions on the slider accounts for 10 gallons

per acre at a ground speed of 10 m.p.h. Each increment is five gallons per acre at 20 m.p.h. The six positions allow the stream bar to cover a range of 60 gallons per acre. Ground speed is the controlling factor above and below that range. “A lot of growers in Western Canada still don’t do in-crop N. Maybe this (adjustable stream bar) will make it more feasible. Post applied N really gives the grower an opportunity to deliver N as required by the crop, based on yield potential. Guys put on 40 or 60 or 80 pounds at seeding, and that’s fine. But in a year like this in Western Canada, you cheat yourself access=subscriber section=crops,none,none

Ed Ferguson of F&S Manufacturing says controls on the ATV Skid Mini Sprayer can be managed from the driver’s seat. |

Phil Needham says the multi-rate stream bar allows the operator to adjust the nitrogen rate from eight to 100 gallons of liquid per acre. | RON LYSENG PHOTO

out of the full yield potential because your wheat is short on nitrogen.” No tools are required to adjust the sliding bar. It’s not necessary to keep an inventory of metering orifices and getting them mixed up is not a prob-

lem. The bars are available in 15 and 20 inch spacings. They cost $20 US each plus shipping. For more information, contact Needham at 270-785-0999 or visit


Spot application easier with ATV Mini Sprayer


Lightweight, small | The mini sprayer is ideal for wet spots that can’t handle the weight of a full-sized sprayer BY RON LYSENG WINNIPEG BUREAU

THIS WEEK:Keith Gertzen was working on a pipeline near Vauxhall, Alta., on top of “one foot of topsoil with eight feet of quicksand underneath” when one of his fellow employees broke through the ground and sunk in deep. To get the machine out, o Gertzen said they used a semi truck with a winch, anchored by another excavator while the operator worked himself out. ou He said the experience taught him that you “do what you need to do to get the job done.” | KEITH GERTZEN PHOTO

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FARGO, N.D. — The new ATV Skid Mini Sprayer from F&S Manufacturing in Fargo is intended to make spot spraying more convenient. “This is more comfortable for the operator than those rack mounted units of yesteryear,” says F&S owner Ed Ferguson. “We have a really low profile tank, so it’s easy for the operator to look back and see what’s going on. The other thing we’ve done is put all the controls on a swing-away bar on the left side of the ATV. The operator manages everything from the driver’s seat.” The sprayer is available with a 50 or 100 gallon poly tank, with a sloped pyramid bottom for complete cleanout. Boom options include 10 feet, 18 feet or boomless nozzles capable of

spraying up to 30 feet. A spray wand with the hose on a windup reel is also available. The unit uses T-Jet components and glycerin gauges. The pump can be driven electrically or powered by a four horsepower Honda engine. Maximum capacity is seven gallons per minute at 100 p.s.i. “We’ve designed this for the larger side-by-sides, like the Polaris Ranger or the John Deere Gator. Anything with a box capable of carrying 1,000 pounds,” Ferguson said. “It’s a pretty important implement if you have areas in your fields that are too wet to get into with your full-size sprayer. Some guys have those spots year after year.” The unit costs $1,200 to $2,000, depending on the setup. For more information, contact Ed Ferguson at 701-281-1729 or visit access=subscriber section=crops,none,none

The 100 gallon ATV Skid Mini Sprayer is designed for the larger allterrain vehicle mules.





Comparative trials help organic producers find their oats ORGANIC MATTERS


The Alberta trials will compare older and newer varieties Organic Alberta’s oat committee hopes a series of comparative trials will help farmers achieve more stable organic oat production. The trials will compare older and newer oat varieties on organic farms in the province’s key oat growing regions. The oat committee was established in 2010 in response to a workshop organized by Alberta Agriculture organic specialist Keri Sharpe. She invited organic oat growers to talk with those in the oat supply chain, including representatives from the CanOat mill in Barrhead, Alta., now Viterra Food Processing, and ClifBar, which makes an organic energy bar. “We were looking at a more stable income for farmers,” said Sam Godwin, a producer from Sangudo, Alta., and chair of the oat committee. “Oat markets were stalled, and producers were finding it difficult to sell the oats they had.” Oat markets have since improved. “There is less interest in the marketing end, now that we’ve hit our target price” he said. “We’ve shifted gears, going at it from a different point of view with the comparative trials.” A survey sponsored by the oat committee, ClifBar and the Organic Seed Alliance found that organic oat producers were interested in variety trials and breeding projects. At a n o r g a n i c f i e l d d a y n e a r Barrhead this summer, Dennis Galbraith of Viterra identified incidents of smut in an oat crop. Most producers had never seen this disease on oats. Galbraith said the low level of the disease meant it probably would not be a problem this year, but he urged the producer of this particular crop to obtain new seed for the following year’s planting rather than use his own saved seed because oat smut is seed borne. The smut was found in a field of Calibre oats, an older, susceptible variety. The survey found that most producers were using AC Morgan, which is moderately susceptible to smut, or Derby, which is susceptible. We t c o n d i t i o n s t h i s s p r i n g increased the probability of disease developing in the Barrhead area, where problems have not been seen in recent years. Finding smut in an organic oat field reinforced the oat committee’s resolve to establish the comparative trial projects. Newer varieties generally provide better disease resistance and may provide yield and maturity benefits. This would be tested in the trials. Members of the oat committee and field day participants met with Galbraith during a kitchen round table at the field day to consider newer varieties with good milling quality. access=subscriber section=crops,none,none

Oat producers felt it was important to field test varieties on organic farms using farm scale equipment. |


ORGANIC EVENTS Oct. 5: Organic beer tasting, Alley Kat Brewery, Edmonton, www. Oct. 12: Food regulations workshop, meat, Oct. 15-22: Organic Week, www. Oct. 16: Dining with the Stars, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina, Marion at Oct. 18, 26: Social media marketing training, Marguirite.thiessen@gov. They decided that producers participating in the comparative trials would grow their usual oat varieties but would also seed two seeder widths of two new varieties. The producers felt it was important that the varieties be field tested on organic farms with farm scale equipment. Producers will test two shorter season varieties, probably Souris and CDC Dancer. In Manitoba, Souris is one of the earliest oats on the market, with resistance to rust and smut. It is high yielding with heavy groats. CDC Dancer is an early, high quality variety with smut and rust resistance. Producers would also test a variety with similar maturity to their usual AC Morgan and Derby. One option is Triactor, a high yielding variety with resistance to smut and rust. The oat committee intends to run these trials in the Barrhead, Valleyview and La Crete regions. Organic oat producers were also interested in participating in a breeding project with Agriculture Canada oat breeder Jennifer Mitchell in Winnipeg. Mitchell has crossed varieties to produce an oat mixture with genetic variability. She wants producers to grow it out, remove types they don’t like and save the seed they do like. After years of fine tuning, they will eventually develop an oat suited to their region and production practices. The oat committee hopes these projects will provide them with information and new options. The ultimate goal is to provide producers with the means to increase the quality and yield of organic oats and improve overall returns to producers. Brenda Frick, Ph.D., P.Ag. is an extension agrologist and researcher in organic agriculture. She welcomes your comments at 306-260-0663 or email


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U.S. drought threatens winter wheat seeding

Jade Lawrence, who posed for a portrait on his Fredericksburg, Texas, farm Sept. 9, said his hay lacks protein because of the lack of rain. Drier than normal weather has also plagued the U.S. Great Plains region. | REUTERS/JOSHUA LOTT PHOTO



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CHICAGO, Ill. (Reuters) — Dry weather is bedeviling the U.S. Plains hard red winter wheat region as newly sown seeds struggle to survive in powder dry soil. An agricultural meteorologist has predicted there will be no relief from the drought until possibly mid-October, and there was low confidence in the longer range outlook. Don Keeney, a meteorologist with MDA EarthSat Weather, said weather maps indicated the potential for 12 to 25 millimetres of rain in the driest areas from Oct. 5-12, which would help germination. The worst drought in years has devastated crops in the Plains and burned grazing land, sending young cattle to feedlots prematurely. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said in a recent crop report that 26 percent of the winter wheat crop had been planted, up from 14 percent the previous week but behind the fiveyear average of 35 percent. Wheat seedings have been slowed by the drought, but farmers will plant the crop in hopes that rain this fall will help the seeds germinate and grow. Warm temperatures were rapidly depleting soil moisture reserves. Wet weather has been slowing drydown of corn and soybean crops and stalling the early harvest in the eastern Midwest. Dry weather remained conducive to harvesting in the western Midwest.


KIEV, Ukraine (Reuters) — Ukraine, the world’s biggest exporter of sunoil, is considering imposing export duties on that commodity along with rapeseed and soybeans to raise revenue after introducing duties on grain, traders said. Ukraine is expected to export large amounts of rapeseed to Europe this year to help make up for a poor rapeseed crop in Germany. The existing duties have slashed exports of grain and traders say the new duties would do the same for sunoil and oilseeds. “The idea to impose export duties for the most profitable Ukrainian export agriculture products will be discussed by the government in the coming days,” said a trader from a large foreign trading house. The government declined to comment. Traders warn that duties could also have a serious impact on Ukrainian rapeseed and soybean markets. Ukraine exported more than 90 percent of its rapeseed and soybean harvest mostly to European consumers. Hamburg-based oilseeds analysts Oil World said last week Ukraine could export no less than one million tonnes of rapeseed this season. It exported 1.4 million tonnes of rapeseed in 2010-11 season (July-June). “Ukraine traditionally exports its

rapeseed in the first half of the season and I see no serious problem if the duties would be imposed in January 2012,” a Ukrainian trader said. “But it is so difficult to forecast the situation in the soybean market.” Oil World said Ukraine would export more than one million tonnes of soybeans in 2011-12 following a larger soybean crop. This would be the first time Ukraine’s soybean exports exceed the one million tonne level. “The government is considering imposing duties for sunoil exports in 2012 and the duty could reach about 40 euros per tonne,” another foreign trader said. “This will hit farmers because sunoil plants would be forced to cut purchase prices for sunseed”. He gave no details about expected duties for rapeseed and soybeans, while agriculture consultanc y UkrAgroConsult said the soybean export duty could amount to 12 percent of the custom value but no less than 33 euros per tonne. It also said the rapeseed export duty could total nine percent of the custom value but no less than 15 euros per tonne. “If the state budget for 2012 is adopted, the export duties for rapeseed, soybean and sunoil will come into effect from January 01, 2012,” UkrAgroConsult said in a report. access=subscriber section=news,none,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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DID YOU KNOW: The UPS Store will accept courier parcels for you? Lethbridge, WIRELESS DRIVEWAY ALARMS, calvAB. 403-327-0003 or 403-328-8618. ing/ foaling barn cameras, video lance, 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, MGK AERO: LIGHT aircraft and engine parts, satisfaction guaranteed. Altona, MB, 204-324-6088. 1966 CHEROKEE PA-28-180, 4590 TT, 880 TTAE, Gar 250 Nav/Com, SL 40 Com, Mode C, Hor Tach, 406, Int, recent alt. and WESTERN CANADA’S FINEST TOP tires, exhaust, $49,900. 403-701-3064 QUALITY ANTIQUE AUCTION #2 for Betty Ann Radke, Monday, October 10th, Didsbury, AB. 9:30 AM, Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan. ARE YOU THE ONE? Looking for an ener- 27 Arthur Pequegnat clocks- all mint, getic, entrepreneur licensed AME to take quarter cut oak curved glass china cabiover my well established general aviation nets, stacking bookcases, secretary, washbusiness of 35 years in central AB. Options stands, kitchen hoosier, hanging lamps, available. Serious enquiries only please. china vase lamps, Sanford Fisher and other paintings, gramophones, superb glass403-597-4187, Penhold, AB. ware, large crockery line, 98 Christmas 2007 FACTORY BUILT Chinook +2 AULA, Hummels collection. Dispersal of a lifeonly 32 hrs TTSN 582 Rotex, 360 chan- time, all completely unreserved. Pictures nel radio w/int., dual headsets, skis, al- s o o n a t w w w. s h a v e r a u c t i o n . c o m ways hangared, $29,000. Full set of covers 306-332-5382. PL 914399. avail. Blair 780-910-5183, St. Albert, AB. MACK AUCTION COMPANY presents an 2006 JODEL D11 2 seater AF/engine, 37 Antique Auction for Margaret Cugnet and hr. TTSN, 125 HP, 48-235 Franklin (North Guest Consigners, Saturday, October 29, American). Always hangared, flies great. 2011, at the Wylie Mitchell Hall, Estevan Exhibition grounds, Estevan, SK, 10:00 AM. $14,500. 250-964-1616, Boissevain, MB. Oak secretary bookcase, curved glass chin 1959 CESSNA 180 w/wheels, skis, 2960 cabinets, sideboards, Victorian walnut EDO floats, propellor 0 time, new battery marble sideboard, carved oak 9-piece dinand new C of A, excellent condition. ing suite, oak parlour table w/large glass ball and claw plus many more pieces of 306-768-2594, Carrot River, SK. furniture, Nippon cocoa set, Roseville, coin 1969 PA 28 140B, 4 seats, IFR equipped, dot cranberry oil lamps, Carnival glass, RS many extras, a great time builder. Fresh Prussia, electric slag glass lamp, large 24” annual 2011. $38,000. Call for more info. Remington bronze, collection of Royal 306- 445-3690 or 403-815-5889, Battle- Doulton figurines, large toy tractor collection, Franklin Mint 1:24 scale car collecford, SK. tion. Visit 3- 2003 DIAMOND DA20-C1; 2006 Dia- for over 200 photos and complete listing. mond DA20-C1. 403-637-2250, Water Val- Find us on Facebook! Mack Auction Company 306-634-9512. ley, AB. JET AIRCRAFT FUEL drop tanks off Lockhed P-80-A, complete and orig., $1950/each OBO. Can deliver. Call 4 FARMALL TRACTORS: A; H w/narrow Wes 403-936-5572, Calgary, AB. front; H wide front; M. All repainted with decals, new or vg rear tires. Good running 1953 CESSNA 170-B, 7700 TTAF, 145 HP order. Shedded. 306-363-4723, Drake, SK. eng., 7 gal./hour, $29,000. 780-875-6033 ADRIAN’S MAGNETO SERVICE Guaranleave message, Lloydminster, AB. teed repairs on mags and ignitors. Repairs. NEED YOUR CESSNA Thrush Air Tractor Parts. Sales. 204-326-6497. Box 21232, wings rebuilt? Phone 204-362-0406, Steinbach, MB. R5G 1S5. Morden, MB. JD 830 and JD 730 tractors. Asking for both. Phone 306-634-7584, 1962 CESSNA 172C, 3769 TTSN, 946 $10,000 SMOH, K-192 comm, transponder/Mode C, Estevan, SK. Garmin 55 GPS, fresh annual, always han- STATIONARY ENGINES and magnetos for gared, $35,000 OBO. Bob 204-223-7660 s a l e . B o x 1 4 3 , B u r s t a l l , S K . S 0 N Starbuck, MB. Pictures available. Email: 0H0 306-679-2135. 2-IHC 1530’s, seized but complete with CESSNA A185F, 1981, 906 TTAF, all origi- side curtains, mags and carbs, $1200 for nal. Contact John Hopkinson & Associates both. 204-483-2717, Brandon, MB. at 403-291-9027, Water Valley, AB. 1942 JD A, narrow front, older restoration, 1976 PIPER PA-23-250 Aztec “F”, 3135 $2500. 306-854-2308, Elbow, SK. TTAF, 773 TSO, Garmin GNS 530, full De- JD 730 GAS, S/N 7325649, mechanically I c e . C a l l J o h n H o p k i n s o n & A s s o c . very good. 403-729-2362 6 to 8 PM eves., 403-637-2250, Water Valley, AB. Rocky Mtn. House, AB. 1956 CESSNA 172, 3200 TTAF, 2100 TTAE, 1939 JD H, older restoration, $3000; 1959 $ 2 6 , 5 0 0 , r u n s a n d f l i e s g r e a t . JD 430U PS, LPTO, 3 PH; 5 spd. $4900. 250-862-7782, Kelowna, BC. 403-819-1504, Calgary, AB.

IH W6 TRACTOR, painted and decalled, running, $1900 OBO; DC4 Case, running, $800; Co-op E4, seized, $500; Snow cruiser, $50; Evinrude 20E, $50 or $80 both. stored inside. 403-742-5228, Erskine, AB. 1962 CHEV IMPALA, 4 dr., good body; Volkswagen Beetle motor, 1600 cc, good; Tank box and wagon; Allis Chalmers manure spreader, ground driven, w/rubber tires. 306-622-4412, Tompkins, SK. 9N FORD TRACTOR, running condition, needs some work. Phone 306-329-4548, Grandora, SK. WANTED: HEAD for Int. TD9 crawler, with approx. year- 1950’s. 204-734-2115, 204-734-8178, Swan River, MB. WANTED: MASSEY FERGUSON 1150, 1155, 2775, 2805, Ford 9600, JD 6030, White Cockshutt or Oliver with V8. 403-559-7381, Olds, AB. JOHN DEERE R, A, B, all have hydraulics, PTO and fresh paint; AR unstyled, PTO and painted; DC 4, narrow fronts, hyd., PTO; E2 Co-op, PTO, painted. All run nice. Can deliver. Call 204-725-8244, Brandon, MB. 1945 JD model D, with rubber and steel, o n e ow n e r. M u s t g o b e fo r e w i n t e r ! 306-272-4382, Foam Lake, SK. WANTED: galvanized steel windmill tower in good condition. Call 250-765-4240, Kelowna, BC. JD 3010, PREMIUM, 1 owner, 5000 hrs., c/w JD 46A loader, shedded. Wetaskiwin, AB. 780-352-3179, 780-361-6879. MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE G705, 3000 orig. hrs., 4 new tires, original paint, good shape, good tin, 101 HP, new seat, $3500. Call Don at 403-378-4898 Duchess, AB. TUNE-RITE TRACTOR PARTS New parts for old tractors. Tires, decals, reproduction parts, antiques and classic. Western Canad a S t e i n e r d e a l e r. D o n E l l i n g s o n , 1-877-636-0005, Calgary, AB. 1952 CO-OP E3 (Cockshutt 30), last used 1995, always shedded, good, $2400 OBO. Phone 204-727-2462, Brandon, MB. AGRICULTURAL TRACTION ENGINE steamed powered, made in Briton, excellent detail, 1” scale, 20” long, gas fired very collectible and limited edition, $6495. For details please call 1-800-481-1353. ANTIQUE TRACTORS: Large assortment of JD’s: 620, R’s, D’s, G’s, 80. 50 to choose from. 204-522-8140, Melita, MB. 11 SMALL TRACTORS: Ford, JD, Case, IHC, MH, MM, Cockshutt; Also Model A car chassis. 403-504-0468, Medicine Hat, AB. 1956 DEUTZ MODEL F3L514 tractor, 3 cyl., runs, needs restoration, $1500. 306-625-3580, Ponteix, SK. BUYING TRACTOR CATALOGUES, brochures, manuals, calendars, etc. Edmonton AB. Barry 780-921-3942, 780-903-3432. STEINER TRACTOR PARTS for old tractors. Canadian agents. 150,000 other new parts. TRACTOR SERVICE and owner’s manuals, excellent quotes. Website w w w. d i a m o n d f a r m t r a c t o r p a r t s . c o m 1-800-481-1353. 1953 MODEL AR JD tractor in running condition. Offers. 306-394-2041, Coderre, SK. 1953 JUBILEE 8N, new rear tires, offers. 306-278-2830, Porcupine Plain, SK.

MH #30, engine overhauled, sand blasted, WANTED: CARTER BB1 carburetor for needs paint and reassembly. Phone 1929 Model 65 Chrysler in good cond. 306-935-2258, Milden, SK. 604-835-3300, Abbotsford, BC. FARMALL H, 1948, row crop, mint, $4800 1978 DELTA 88 car, burgundy in color, OBO; Also antique cookstove. Phone new tires, 98,135 kms., well maintained inside and out, like new, all original, stored 306-477-3433, Saskatoon, SK. inside 28 years, mechanically sound. Ask1953 MINNEAPOLIS U dsl, hyds and PTO, ing $3,500 OBO. 306-728-4345 Melville SK very good; 1953 Super 88 Oliver dsl, hyds and PTO. Very good, both painted with de- 1929 CHEV one ton truck complete, but cals. Photos on request. 306-874-5603, requires total re-assembly. Rebuilt engine. Call 306-441-0398 cell, Battleford, SK. Naicam, SK. WANTED: 1928 CHEV 1 ton truck, running or not. No basket cases. 780-349-2155, Westlock, AB. 1974 MARK IV, black, 28,187 miles, moon roof, black leather; 1976 Bill Blass Mark IV, 86,969 miles, blue velour; 1979 Collector’s DC4 CASE TRACTOR, live PTO and hyds., Series white, blue velour moon roof, good tires, good running condition, $1500. 4 0 , 2 7 8 k m s . S e c o n d ow n e r, o f fe r s . 306-873-2968 eves, 306-382-0206, Tis306-873-5969, Tisdale, SK. dale, SK. JD MODEL M, in working order, c/w original cult., sickle mower, plow and dozer 1967 FORD CUSTOM; 1953 Chev Biscayne, $400; 1967 Ford 1/2 ton $800; Horse blade $7000. 306-882-3183, Rosetown, SK drawn machinery, $550. 780-786-4454, ANTIQUE TRACTOR collection for sale. Mayerthorpe, AB. Send self addressed envelope to Box 74, 1979 LINCOLN TOWN CAR, blue in color, Smiley, SK S0L 2Z0. 160,000 kms, loaded, excellent condition, ANTIQUE WANTED: Oliver-99, gas, in $2400. 306-741-4516, Swift Current, SK. good running order, between years 1950 1953. Phone 780-645-3503, St. Paul, AB. JD 820 SERIAL #8200783, good running 100 YEAR OLD medicine bottles w/boxes cond., good tin; MH 44 Special, diesel, exc. and labels; Misc. 22 year old unopened running cond, new tires; MH 44 gas, runs, hockey card boxes and vending cases. May good tin, exc. rear tires, 14x30. Phone: t r a d e f o r s i l v e r c o i n s o r g o l d . 306-487-2610, Lampman, SK. 204-773-6373, Russell, MB. WANTED: IH TRACTOR literature, from COMBINATION coal, wood and propane 1960’s and 1970’s. Phone 701-240-5737. stove; 1957 Mercury truck. Both in good shape. Offers. 306-946-3806, Watrous, SK. WANTED: COCKSHUTT TRACTORS, especially 50, 570 super and 20, running or not, equipment, brochures, manuals and memorabilia. We pick up at your farm. Jim Harkness, RR4, Harriston, ON., N0G 1Z0, 519-338-3946, fax: 519-338-2756.

1975 GMC CABOVER, 350 DD, 13 spd., 40,000 rears; 1957 Dodge D700 tandem, 354 Hemi, 5&3 trans., 34,000 rears; 1971 GMC long nose tandem, 318 DD, 4x4 trans. Sterling 306-539-4642, Regina, SK.

1926 MODEL T Doctor’s Coupe. Completely restored to original, first place show winner. Only 2 owners. Serious inquiries only. 604-349-7402, Surrey, BC. OLD MOTORCYCLES or parts wanted, any cond., size or make, 1979 or older. W i l l p i c k u p , p ay c a s h . C a l l We s 403-936-5572 anytime, Calgary, AB. PROJECT TRUCK: 1964 Ford F100, 6 cyl, 3 spd., custom cab, not running, $2400 OBO. 780-941-3989 or 780-203-0587, Sherwood Park, AB

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WANTED: TRACTOR MANUALS, sales brochures, tractor catalogs. 306-373-8012, AUCTION SALE: Sunday Oct. 16 10:00 AM, Saskatoon, SK. Moose Jaw, SK. From 9th Avenue SW to EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH and records; 363 Hwy., then 3 miles West, 1 mile C l i n t o n u p r i g h t g r a n d p i a n o . C a l l South. Coffee and lunch avail. Fishing 306-725-4539, Strasbourg, SK. Equipment: 16’ Fiberglass boat w/60 HP Johnson engine, outboard, trailer and fish finder; abundance of fishing hooks, line, weights, etc.; 3 canoes w/paddles and life vests; 5 boating tubes; boat oil; shelving; USED ZAMBONI AND Olympia ice resurf- 8x12’ 2 wheel tilt deck trailer; water skis. ers for sale. Parts, sales and service. Yard and Maintenance: 5 weed whips; 4 403-830-8603, 403-271-9793, Calgary, AB push lawn mowers; 1 ride on lawn mower; arc welder; 2 battery chargers; hand tools; 3 chain saws; floor jack; dry wall lifter; scaffold wagon; electric wheels for scaffold; 6500 watt power plant, electric start, AUCTION: Ag and Industrial, Saturday, much more. Vehicles and Machinery: October 15. Including 14 Blackjack 1981 Cadillac, 4 door, black w/maroon inTables; 50 Gaming and Lounge Chairs. terior, runs good, sloped trunk; 1981 Cad3 0 6 - 6 5 2 - 4 3 3 4 , S a s k a t o o n , S K . illac 4 door, runs, selling for parts; 1956 PL#318116 International convertible fire truck, 65’ CROWN HILL AUCTION: Robert Vigeant ladder - 3 stages, King Sea Brige turn taEstate Tool Sale, Sat. October 15th, 10:00 ble, 6 cyl., gas engine; 400 HP stationary AM, Community Hall, Blaine Lake, SK. gas engine c/w 4 spd. trans. and 1000 PTO Complete line of shop tools- Artisan 8” ta- shaft; 9’ JD dozer blade w/hyd. hoses and ble saw; Logan lathe; acytelene; Hobart mounting hitch; 1978 Ford 7 passenger welder, plus much more. Many brand van, club wagon, 1988 custom built 5th name quality tools. Complete listing and wheel dual horse trailer, 18’ living quarpictures at or ters, 10’ horse and tack room, fully equipped. For additional info feel free to phone 306-466-2210 for info. PL #917023 call Bill Johnstone 306-692-5975, 306-631-4044 Moose Jaw, SK. PL #149.

RARE 1967 FORD Ranger, camper special 3/4 ton, V8, auto, PS, radio, dual tanks and trailer hitch. 306-488-4252, Dilke, SK. 1967 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 383, black, SHELDON’S HAULING, Haul all farm numbers matching, always stored inside, equipment, air drills and swathers. $4000. 780-352-3775, Wetaskiwin, AB. 306-961-9699 Prince Albert SK


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Bid s Clos e : Tu e s d a y, O c tob e r 11 @ 2 P M C o n ta c tC o ry fo rV ie w in g Arra n ge m e n ts : 1-3 06-424-2141 Equ ipm e n tLo c a te d a tFa rm n e a r C a n d ia c , S K Listing to Inc lud e: F rigs ta d 33’ Cu ltiva to r w /F lexico il Pa cker W heels & F lexico il 1600 Air T a n k; Richa rd s o n 12’ High Du m p W a go n ; 1986 Jo hn Deere 1525 Ha yb in e w /JD 300 T w in K n ife Au ger Hea d er; Bla n cha rd Ha rro w Ba r (Co n verted to 60’ S p ra yer w /550 ga l. T a n k); Jo hn Deere 535 Ro u n d Ba ler; M ix W a go n w /S en s tec S ca le; Jiffy Ba le S hred d er w /Hyd ra u lic W in d ra w er; 3- 30’ Belt L ives to ck F eed er; 1986 F o rd S u p erca b F 250 XL ; S u zu ki 80cc Qu a d ; 1981 S u zu ki 80cc M o to rb ike DS 80X; Ca s e 1370 T ra cto r; 6- 20’ S teel Gra in T ro u gh; 1994 Ca s e 1580 M a n u re S p rea d er; Hi-Qu a l M a tern ity Pen ; L eo n 10’ Hyd ra u lic Do zer Bla d e; Jo hn Deere 3800 F o ra ge Ha rves ter; M a s s ey F ergu s o n 655 Hyd ro S elf- Pro p elled S w a ther; 8’x8’ W o o d en Ga rd en S hed . FEATUR IN G : 1986 C a s e 2394 Tra cto r C a s e IH 7 220 Tra cto r M FW D & Allie d 895 FEL C HEC K OUT THE W EBS ITE FOR FULL LIS TING , PHOTOS & DETAILS !

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M cDouga ll Auctioneers Ltd . P h 306-75 7-175 5 or1-8 00-2 63-4193 SUPREME AUCTION SERVICES will conduct an auction sale for John and Dorothy Lang, 1113 Grand Ave., Indian Head, SK. 10:00AM Saturday October 8th. House, Property and Collectibles. Phone Ken McDonald 306-695-0121 or Brad Stenberg 306-551-9411, PL# 314604. BODNARUS AUCTIONEERING. ESTATE of Abraham Harder, Saturday October 15, 2011, 11:00 a.m. Real estate sells at 1:30 p.m. Directions: 112 - 3rd Ave. West, Central Butte, SK. Real Estate: 1000+ sq. ft. 2 br. bung., many upgrades, A/C, laminate in front room & kitchen. Det. garage & shed. Newer appl.’s - f/s, w/d & port dw incl. Vehicle: 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SE, 3.3L V6, p/w/d, A/T/C, ABS, exterior scooter lift, 25,000 km. Furniture: China cabinet, bedroom suite, single bed w/motorized controls, electric fireplace, lift chair/recliner. Household: Many household items. For info: 306-227-9505, PL 318200SK.


DERKACH SALES AND SERVICE and Norquay Auction Services 1st semi-annual consignment sale, will be held on October 22nd at the Derkach Sales location on the #8 highway north of Norquay. All consignments welcome. For more information call 306-594-2305.

SUPREME AUCTION SERVICES will conduct an Auction Sale for the Glen Laskey Estate. 105 Government Road, Indian Head, SK, 1:00 PM Sunday, October 23. House and lot, household items, and tools. Ken McDonald 306-695-0121, Brad Stenberg 306-551-9411. PL #314604.


IS THIS YOUR LAST CROP? Call Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075 to discuss plans for your Auction. TWO LOCATIONS: Melfort, SK: PL #915407; St Albert, AB: PL#180827

PBR FARM AND INDUSTRIAL SALE, last Saturday of each month. Ideal for farmers, contractors, suppliers and dealers. Consign now. Next sale October 29, 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.

ANNUAL FALL CONSIGNMENT SALE SATURDAY OCTOBER, 15TH @ 9:00am FRASER AUCTION YARD BRANDON, MB. DIRECTIONS: Sale will be held at Fraser Auction Service Ltd. sales yard ¼ mile north of the junction of highways #1 & #10 on the east service road. Brandon, MB.

ORDER OF SALE: (Two auction rings will sell all day.) These are approximate start times only. Plan to come early and spend the day with us. LINE 1: (palleted lots will sell throughout the entire day) 9am - shop equipment, tools , pallet lots LINE 2: 9am – lawn & garden, ATV’s 10am – light vehicles 11am – heavy trucks, trailers, & industrial equipment 12pm – farm equipment will begin to sell AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is an early list with more equipment being consigned daily. Contact our office to consign your equipment to this great sale. Our web site will be updated every couple days so please check for most up to date listings and pictures at Thank you. This sale will feature a complete close-out of Wood Working equipment for The Wood Joynt, as well as a dispersal of Ag & Automotive tools & parts for Glenwood Supply TRACTORS: *1993 Ford/New Holl&9030 bi-directional w/Loader, 3pt, &Pto, on Cab End, Like New Tires *IH 6788 4wd w/1000 PTO, Triple Hyd w/return line, 18.4-38 Duals, s/n008999, 8396 hrs *Steiger Bear Cat 225 4wd *1989 160 White MFWD, Approx 4900 hrs *1986 JD 4050, s/n RW4050P005227 *2745 Massey *1975 1085 MF Loader, Cab, 3pt. Hitch, Multi-Power *8010 Allis Chalmers Tractor w/loader, s/n 80105104592, 0841 hrs *MF 1085 Tractor w/Cab *JD 3010 Tractor (Gas) *W4 International Tractor *W6 International Tractor *1958 JD Tractor model??? FRONT END LOADERS & ATTACHMENTS: *Back Hoe attachment - Can be put on tractor or install on 3 pt Hitch *Grapple Fork for Quicke Loader *In Bucket Bale Prong GPS SYSTEM: *Outback S Guidance Sys, s/n 832649 HAYING EQUIPMENT: *1999 JD 566 Baler, Reg PU, s/n E00566X136213 *1999 JD 566 Baler, 540 pto, Reg PU, Hyd PU Lft, 31/13.5, s/n E00566X136734 *1994 New Idea 4665 Hard Core Baler, 540 PTO, Reg PU *JD 510 baler, s/n 594308 *8480 IH Round Baler, s/n CFH0016808, PTO Shaft & Monitor *2003 New Holl&1475 MOCO, s/n 1140296 *2002 MacDon 5020 MOCO, 16’ Cut, 540 RPM, HYD Lift, s/n 146178 *1983 New Idea 512 Haybine, s/n 512544 HARVESTING EQUIPMENT: *1990 JD 9600 Combine, 30.5/21, Chaff SPDR, STW SPDR/CHPR, 914 header, s/n H09600X637362 *7721 JD PT Combine, JD 212 Pick Up, 1981, s/n 513184, Monitor Attached, Manual *7721 PT Combine, s/n 600047, PTO Shaft & Control Box Attached, Manual *6600 JD Combine w/Str. Cut Header, s/n 156665H *1991 JD 2360 20’ Swather, s/n E02360A910613 *1984 JD 2360 30’ Swather, Diesel Eng, s/n W02360X002045 *20’ Versatile 4400 SP Swather, s/n 001184 *1998 JD 930 Flex Header, Dial A SPD REEL, CNTRL, Poly Skid Plts, s/n H00930F677316 *1997 JD 930 Flex Header, Poly Skid Plates, Hyd Fore/Aft, s/n H00930F672558 *1996 JD 930 Flex Header, Dial A SPD CNTRL, Hyd Fore/Aft, s/n H00930F666522 *Creston Silage Wagon, S/A *JD Pick up Belts *pick up Wind Guard SEED & TILLAGE: *1995 737 35’ JD Air Seeder w/787 230 BU TNK, s/n 000120 *Flexi Coil 420 50’ Air Seeder w/2320 230 BU TB TNK, s/n A00H020567 *2000 Ezee On 7450 chisel Plow, 44’, 12” Spacing, 12” SHVLS, s/n 45305 *40’ JD Steel Packers, 10” Spacing *22’ Tandem Disc 3PT & OTHER EQUIPMENT: *3PH - 2 Disk Plow *JD 506 Mower, 3PH, No PTO (As is) *9’ Snow Blade *JD 3 PT Hitch Snow Blower AUGERS & GRAIN VACS: *10” Transfer Auger *Behlen Grain Dryer * 7” x 30’ Brent Grain Auger - C/W - 16 HP Gas Motor (Kohler) Rebuilt 2010 *Grain Aeration Fan - 1 HP TRUCKS: *2005 International Highway Tractor, Red, New Tires - Oct 10, New EGR Valve - Oct 10, A/C Reconditioned in Spring Oct 10, s/n 2HSCHAPR45C014037, Showing 1144402 kms TRAILERS: *1992 Duncan stock trailer w/King pin &Hydraulic brakes *Bobcat Trailer *7 1/2 x 20’ Goose Neck Trailer INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT: *631 Melroe Bobcat, 2 cyl Duetz Diesel *Bobcat Model 60, Industrial Bucket w/Grapple s/n659905179 *Hydraulic Auger (Bobcat Attachment) *Hydraulic Blade (Bobcat Attachment) *Manure Prong (New) (Bobcat Attachment) *Set of Lifting Prongs (Bobcat Attachment) *Universal Bucket, Grapple & Prongs (Rebuilt) *8 1/2’ x 13 1/2’ Flat Deck w/Headache Rack *Snogo Snow Blower & Frame Mounting Assembly fits JD 8640, s/n 637 *Manden 20KV Generator s/n BC34165CGC LIVESTOCK RELATED ITEMS: *NH 185 manure spreader *Bale King 2880 Bale Shredder, s/n BK4375 *Jiffy 900 Bale Processor, Heavy Rotor, s/n JSB91266 *18’ Farm King PTO Roller Mill w/ mineral Dispensers *Cattle Feeders *Swine Scale Cage *(9) Barb Wire (New) LIGHT VEHICLES: *1997 Chrysler Sebring JXI Convertible, Approx 180,000kms, Safetied *2000 Ford Windstar, No Transmission *1992 Dodge Ram White Van, VIN:2B7HB21Y7NK153106, 174,642 KMS, Roof Rack, Electric Brake Control & Rec. Hitch, Not Safetied NEW ITEMS: *(2) 2011 Easy Kleen Magnum Plus 4000 psi hot water pressure washer, C/W HP Gas, Electric Start, S/N 51911, 51912 *(6) 2011 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold 4000psi hot water pressure washer C/W 15 HP Gas, Totally Self contained s/n 81912 - 81917 * (2) 2011 Easy Kleen TM15 Tamper, Portable Plate Tamper c/w 6.5 HP Engine &Water Tank s/n 805 & 806 *(2) Powertek 950 DC, 950 Watt Gas Generator 120v/12vDC *(2) Powertek 3000CL - 3.0kw Gas Generator 120/240/12V DC *(2) Powertek 6500CL - 6.5kw Gas Generator 120/240/12V DC 13.0 HP *(2) LT390Q1 - 13 HP Gas Engine *(2) LTP80C – 3” Water pump 6.5 HP *(2) Loncin MS10 Plate Compactor 6.5 hp c/w Wheel Kit *(2) Loncin MS20 Plate Compactor 6.5 HO c/w Wheel Kit *(2) Powertek EDG6000S - 6.0kw Diesel Generator 120/240 *(2) Powertek 7500CL - 7.5kw Gas Generator 120/240 16HP *(2) Rosco LPW3600 Pressure Washer 3600 PSI 13 HP *(3) Turco TC180 - 6’ Roto tiller 3 pt Hitch 540 PTO fits 35 - 55 HP Tractor ATV’S & SLEDS: *2005? Kubota RTV, 4 wheel, Canopy, Diesel, s/n 53320, 1240 hrs *2005? Kubota RTV, 4 Wheel, Canopy, Diesel, s/n 15092, 182 hrs *1998 500 Arctic Cat Snowmobile w/600 Engine *Yamaha Motorcycle, 2L0-07143, 10391 Kms, Not Running, NO TOD - Parts Only RV’S & NEW RV PARTS: *NEW 2010 Autumn Ridge 235FB Travel Trailer (NEW), Damage to Back end & Rear Roof. All Appliances never been used. *1995 Dutchmen Signature Series 27-RK, Rear Kitchen, Large Slide (Sofa & Dinette), Hide –A-Bed Sofa, Swivel Chair, Flat Panel TV in Bedroom, Microwave, Double Door Fridge, Ducted Air Conditioner, Fibreglass exterior, Rubber Roof, Spare Tire, Carrier, Cover, Dual 30lb LP Tanks, Rear Stabilizer Jacks, Power Front Jacks *NEW Trailer Awnings BOATS & PERSONAL WATER CRAFT: *1978 Larson 85 hp Mercury w/trailer *16’ Steury Boat, No Trailer or Motor *16’ Crestline Boat w/50 HP Mercury Motor, Trailer *15’ Springbok Aluminum Boat w/Tarp, Calkin Trailer LAWN & GARDEN: *(8) NEW Wheel Barrels *JD Riding Mower, Snow Blower & Tiller *11 HP Roper Lawn Mower WOOD WORKING TOOLS & MATERIALS (Complete close-out for The Wood Joynt): Selection of raw materials: *Bundle of Jatoba - 231 Board Feet *Bundle of Soft White Maple - 60 Board Feet *Bundle of Black American Walnut - 105 Board Feet *Bundle of Tiger Wood - 135 Board Feet *Bundle of White Oak - 129 Board Feet *Bundle of Alder - 110 Board Feet *Bundle of Australian Alder - 109 Board Feet *Bundle of Ipe - 84 Board Feet *Bundle of Merbau - 88 Board Feet *Bundle of American Cypress - 120 Board Feet *Bundle of Ash - 135 Board Feet Wood Working Equipment (All 220V or 110V - 1 Phase): *Router Table w/Ryobi RE 600 3HP Router *Match Maker w/ 3 3/4 HP Hibachi Router, Tool Parts & Jigs Included *Craftsman 10” Radial Arm Saw *Cope Crafters 10 (makes panels for raised panel doors) *King 6” x 48” Belt Sander, Model KC - 706L, Belts & Acc. Included *Felder Power Feeder, Model S308 *King Single Dust Collector w/Bag (2HP) *King Single Dust Collector w/Bag (2HP) *Delta Dual Bag Dust Collector w/Bags (3HP) *General Dust Collector w/Filter (1 1/2 HP) *King Industrial 20” Planer w/Spiral Cutter Head, 5HP (220V) *Felder F700 Shaper w/Felder S-3/8 Power Feeder, Tools Included, 220V, Variable Speed, Tilt Head, Adj. Fence *SDM - 15 Thickness Sander (220V), 5HP, w/Extra Belts *General International Thickness Sander, 220V, Dual Drum, Power Feeder (Needs Switch), Extra Belts *King Canada 1” Wood Shaper w/ Hammer H304 Power Feeder, Mobile Base, 220V *General International Variable Speed Shaper w/Felder S 308 Power Feeder, 220V, Freeborn Tool Shaper Cutters, Tools & Acc. Included *Delta Professional 10” Table Saw w/Felder S-3/8 Power Feeder, 110V, Dado Head Included *General International 10” Table Saw, 220V - 115V, No Fence, Used as a Jig Saw *General International 10” 3HP Table Saw w/Hammer H304 Power Feeder, 220V, Mobile Base *St&for Metal Lathe (New), King Industrial, Model C06230 *Jig for Door Slides *(4) Saw Blades *Dado Blade *Box of Saw Blades *Freud Templet Guide Set *(4) Boxes S&Paper *(2) Dado Sets *Raised Panel Set *(2) T-Guides *Bundle Router Bases *Kreg Pocket Hole Set *(3) Base Plates *Milwaukee Random Orbit Sander *Makita Power Planer *Porter Cable Belt Sander *Porter Cable Edge Guide *Makita Jointer *Ryobi Router *(2) Hitachi Routers *(2) Porter Cable Routers *H&Plane *H&Saw *(2) Boxes Wood Clamps - 24” *(13) Boxes Wood Clamps - 18” *Box Misc Clamps *(2) Boxes Wood Clamps - 12” *Box of Wood Clamps - 6” *Box Manuals *Box Extension Cords *Box Table Saw Bases *Box Clamps *Box Misc Wood Working Supplies *Dolly *Quantity of Dust Collector Piping - 4” SHOP EQUIPMENT & TOOLS: *10” In floor hoist (Rebuilt) *12’ Berg Overhead Crane *(3) Chains (10) Boomers (5) Straps (sm & Lg) (4) Load Bars (1) Wrench *Dewalt Saber Saw *Overhead Hoist *3/8” Air Ratchet, 1/2” Air Impact, Air Tank, Grease Gun, Drill (Dewalt), 18V Drill Light & Chargers, 1 Box Code Readers, Dye Grinder, Torque Wrench, Point Sprayer, 12 Volt Vacuum HORSE DRAWN EQUIPMENT & HORSE RELATED ITEMS: *Assorted horse drawn equipment (detailed list to come) *selection of horse related items (detailed list to come) ANTIQUES: *Blacksmith shop contents - many boxes of tools, grinder, &other blacksmith shop items too numerous to mention *Book - “Practical Blacksmithing” 1910 *Book - “Modern Blacksmithing” 1904 MISC.: *Large maple table &3 chairs; 2 additional leaves *2 Church Altars *Sunday Register Board from a Church *Antique Colman hanging lamp, w/shade *Coal oil lamps *Lap writing Desk *Mannequin (Boy) *Lanterns *Round White Rose sign *Buttercup Cutter (Candy maker) *Pastry roller *Box of “Ring” magazines *Lobster trap *Large vintage tricycle *”Buckingham” push bar PALLETED LOTS & OTHER ITEMS: *JD Combine Spindles *(2) 480/80R50 w/Rims Fit 8000 Series *(2) 13.6 x 28 BIAS w/Rims Fit 6000 Series *(2) 18.4 x 30 w/Rims Combine RR*(2) Pallets - Westfield Safety guards *(10) Manure Spreader Flails *(2) Concrete Barricades *(5) Boxes of Bolts, (5) Pkgs of Dual Wheel Hardware, (5) pkgs Circle Clamps, 1 Hose Steel, Pickup Teeth, Plastic Pick up Teeth, Steel Pick up Teeth *Beam Scale *Blow Torch *Drill Bits (Various Sizes) *Pallet w/Bin Doors *Pallet of Tar Paper *Swath Roller Parts *(2) Plastic Tanks on Rack *(2) Hitch Jacks *(3) Potato Peelers, (2) Base Board Heaters, (2) Heat Bulb w/Fan *Saw Mandrel w/Blade *(2) Metal Steps *(2) fuel Tanks *Metal Work Bench *(4) Hoist Cylinders *Morris Cultivator Extensions *(3) Wheel Hubs *Metal Box *Combine Cab - Door - Gleaner *Assortment of Metal *Shelving *(2) Wheelbarrows - Cement *Scale (Precision Indicator) *Dough Mixer *(20) Cement Curbs *Overhead Hardware *(4) Heavy Doors *Oil - FuelFilters, (2) Sprayer Pumps, Snow Fence, (3) Grain Shovels, Hydraulic cylinder, Air Filters, Electric Fence - Insulators, (3) Buck Saw, Disc Blades, Small Propane Heaters, (2) Grain Auger Hoppers, Grain Bin Anchor, (2) Car Wheels, (2) 8” Cut Off Grinder Blades *TUT Systems XL1501L Ethernet Repeater Network Extender *Portable Deer st&on two wheels *Manmade 1/2 ton Truck Trailer, No TOD, Chem Top *(2) Stoves *(1) John Deere Universal Seat, Yellow, (1) Ford Universal Tractor Seat Blue, (8) Chain 5/16 x 16’, (6) Ratchet Binders 5/16, (1) 3/8” Hydraulic Hose Pack, (2) 11L15 Implement Tires *Shelving METAL SHEETING & BUILDING MATERIALS: **(2) Semi Loads of Cladding Metal *Grain Tank Panels *Curvet Panels (for Quonset Sheds) *Bolts, Fasteners, etc. *(50) Rib Fencing (Metal) *Chain Link Fence & Hardware *Rigid Insulation 2x8 3-2” 8 - 1/2 - 11 - 1” *Sound Bars *(12) 14’ Molding *Spruce - (1) 1x8x12 (10) 2x6x10 (7) 2x6x8 (20) 2x8x8 (14) 2x10x8 *PWF - (2) 2x8x10 (10) 2x6x16 (1) 2x6x10 (8) 2x8x10 (2) 2x10x12 (8) 2x8x16 (10) 2x8x12 *PWF Plywood (6) *OSB Cover Sheets (2) *Pressure Treated (4) 2x10x16 (4) 2x12x16 (1) 2x8x12 (4) 2x8x16 (7) 2x6x14 (1) 2x6x16 (1) 2x6x12 (1) 2x6x10 (2) 2x8x12 *Spruce - (11) 1x4x16 (6) 2x6x8 (1) 2x4x8 *(2) Ranch Wall Panel *Spruce - (20) 2x6x8 (13) 1x6x8 (2) 1x4x8 (2) 2x10x12 (7) 2x4x 8 *OSB Cover Sheets (16) *PWF (2) 1/2 Plywood *Various rough plywood (21) *(2) 16” Melamine Shelves *(3) 1/4 Pegboard - Pcs to make 3 Sheets *(2) 3/4 MDP - Pcs to make 2 sheets *1/4 Hardboard Raw p Pcs to make 1 sheet *(1) Roll Sock Type - weeping tile *(33) Soffit Chocolate Brown 16”x 12’ Aluminum *(27) Soffit Forest Green 16”x12’ Aluminum *(18) Soffit Sandalwood 16”x12’ Aluminum *(88) Fascia Chocolate Brown 1”x6”x10’ Aluminum *(23) Fascia Sandalwood 1”x6”x10’ Aluminum *(41) Aluminum Drip Edge 10’ Choc. Brown *(9) Soffit, Alum: Drip Edge 10’ Forest Green *(15) Soffit, Alum: Drip Edge 10’ Sandalwood *(36) Aluminum Under sill Trim Choc. Brown *(11) Aluminum J Channel 1/2“x12’ Choc Brown *(236) Aluminum J Channel 1/2“x12’ Forest Green *(47) Alum. Roof Edge Choc. Brown *(47) Siding Vinyl: Sierra 12’ Clay *(161) Vinyl Siding/Sierra 9 Flagstone *(99) Siding, Vinyl: Sierra Sandalwood *(52) Siding Vinyl Sierra 12’ Sage *(6) Siding Vinyl: J 5/8” 12’ Clay *(43) Siding Vinyl: J 5/8” 12’ Sandalwood *(2) Siding Vinyl: J 5/8” 12’ Sage *(9) Siding Vinyl: O/ SCNR 10’ Clay *(3) Outside Corner - Vinyl Flagstone *(7) Siding Vinyl: O/S CNR 10’ Sandalwood *(1) Siding Vinyl: O/S CNR 10’ Sage *(28) Siding Vinyl: I/S Corner 10’ Clay *(32) Siding Vinyl: I/S Corner 10’ Flagstone *(51) Siding Vinyl: I/S Corner 10’ Sandalwood *(10) Siding Vinyl: Vert D-5 10’ Flagstone *(47) Siding Vinyl: Vert D-5 10’ Sandalwood *(28) Siding Vinyl: Vert D-5 10’ Clay *(8) Siding Vinyl Under sill 12” Clay *(29) Siding Vinyl Under sill 12” Flagstone *(24) Siding Vinyl Under sill 12” Sandalwood *(11) Siding Vinyl Under sill 12” Sage *(20) Siding Vinyl: Drip Cap 12’ Clay *(29) Siding Vinyl: Drip Cap 12’ Flagstone *(33) Siding Vinyl: Drip Cap 12’ Sandalwood *(8) Siding Vinyl: Drip Cap 12’ Sage *(10) H-Trim Vinyl Sandalwood *(24) Siding Vinyl: I/S Corner 10’ Sage *(18) Siding Vinyl: Belt Line 12’ Clay *(197) 4” Alum. Drip Edge Choc. Brown *(49) Aluminum J Channel 1/2”x12’ Sandalwood *(19) Siding, Alum: Sill Trim 12’ Sandalwood *(20) J-Channel Flagstone Vinyl *(2) lifts Melamine for Shelving 20 1/2x9 *(3) Pallets Misc Hardware & Stuff *Old Lumber Desk *Counter Tops *Wall Panels from Store *Brittle Door *Damaged Door *18x30 Pre-hung Door *Daryl Nelson Glass *Flooring *Short Moldings *(640) Rough Spruce 1x6x8 *(21) Rigid Insulation 2’x8’ Various Thickness *(61) Various Drywall *(2) Pro Board *(3) Laminated Pine *(1) Lattice Wood Privacy *(2) PWF 2x8x12 *P.T. (2) 2x4x16, (2) 1x6x12 *(54) Paint Gallons *(35) Paint Qts. *(1) Panel Board - Hacienda *(1) Panel Board - Homesteader *(1) Panel Board - Strata & Lavon *(2) Panel Board – Ranch wall *(2) Boxes of Screws *Rafters *Panel Box Electrical (large) OFFICE FURNITURE & FIXTURES: *(20) Trap Tables, (1) Coffee Table, (2) Overhead Projector Carts, (25) Office Desk 30 x 72, (1) 1PC Student’s Desk, (1) Tub Stool, (3) 30”x96” Wooden Folding Table, 1 - 30”x72” Cafeteria Table, (2) 32” x 60” Wooden Folding Tables, (4) Student Desk w/Drafting Table Top, (6) Drafting Tables, (1) Stool - Wood Seat, (23) Plastic Stacking Chairs, (11) Office Chairs - Cloth Seat & Back, (125) Reg Brown Metal Stacking Chairs - Leatherette Seat & Backing (41) Steno - Cloth Seat & Back (Poor Condition), (5) Office Greeting Chairs - Cloth Seat & Back (Poor Condition), (10) Shelving Units - Various Sizes, (4) Stacking Chairs - Cloth Seat & Back, (1) - 2 Tier Typing Table, (3) 9ft Wooden Work Benches, (1) Monitor Arm


Not responsible for errors in description. Subject to additions or deletions. Property owner and Fraser Auction Service not responsible for any accidents occurring. GST & PST where applicable. TERMS: Cash or cheque. NOTE: cheques of $50,000 or more must be accompanied by bank letter of credit. Sale conducted by FRASER AUCTION SERVICE 1-800-483-5856

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MIERAU AUCTION: Estate of George Braun and Agatha Braun, Osler Community Hall, Osler, SK., Sat., Oct 8th, 10:00 AM. 10” Craftsman table saw; 16” scroll saw w/stand; router and table; belt and disc sander; palm sander; angle grinder; Serpentine saw; Navigator saw; gray tool box w/drawers; cordless drills; socket and wrench sets; screwdrivers; pliers; crescents; bench grinder; drill press; air ratchet, air impact; air compressor; portable air tank; drill and router bits; hardware, etc. Craftsman 27” 9’ lbs snowblower (near new); Craftsman SP lawn mower (near new); step and extension alum. ladder; pruners; garden tools; couch and loveseat; kitchen table w/6 chairs; 3 love seats; rocking chair; entertainment centre; 15 cu. ft. fridge; Kenmore HD washer and dryer; housewares; TV’s; stereo; office chairs (2); food processor and attach; patio set; folding chairs. Antiques and Collectibles- craft items made by George; hay rack; wagon and sleighs w/horses; 12 setting dinner set made in Germany Republic JL Manau; vanity dresser; music boxes; insulators; Vulcan toy sewing machine (not working); cigarette lighters; JD, Allis Chalmers and McCormick toy tractors. Full listing on website plus pics. Mierau Auction Service, Richard Mierau, 306-283-4662, Langham, SK PL #914867.

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JOHN BURANT AUCTION on Saturday, October 16, Melville, SK, 12:30 PM, 10 miles East on Hwy 15, 4 miles North. Contact 306-728-4195. Machinery: 1992 MF #3680, 2 WD, dsl., cab, air, 20.8x38 duals, 1200 hrs, 160 HP, 16 spd., 4 reverse, mint; White 2-135 dsl., cab, dual hyds., exc. tires. Vehicles: 2008 Chev Silverado Z71 4x4, ext. cab, white, 59,000 kms, 5.3L auto, full load, warranty to 2014, Sirus radio, mint; 1992 Buick Roadmaster, full load, 400,000 kms. Grain Truck: 1976 Dodge 3 ton, V8 5&2, steel B&H, 24,000 miles. Misc. Equip: Morris 60’ tine harrow bar; Morris 30’ vibrashank; Morris 519, 21’ deep tillage; Versatile #400, 20’ SP swather; Sakundiak 7x45 auger, elec. start 13 HP motor; 2- MF #36, 12’ discers; Degelman stonepicker; Pool 60’ 400 gal. sprayer;. Plus misc. shop items. Auctioneer’s Note: Most equipment is one owner and low hrs or kms. This is a short sale, not many small items, be on time! Ukrainetz Auction, 306-647-2661, Theodore, SK. PL #915851. Updated listings and pics visit:

HOUSE AND ACREAGE for sale by Auction near Drumheller, AB, Oct. 15, 2011. Complete household furnishings as well as Bobcat 943 skidsteer, 2007 GMC 4x4 truck, 2008 Chrysler 300 car, 2004 Skamper 5th wheel holiday trailer, etc. Contact Derek, 403-820-2070

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Thu rsd a y,O cto b er 20th -10 a .m .-Asq u ith,S K . AUCTIO N DAY SCHEDULE:10:00 a m Sho p To o ls& M isc Fa rm Su pply;1:00 pm M a jo rEq u ipm en t & Live In tern et Bid d in g DIRECTIO NS:Fro m Asq u ith go 1/2 m ile W est o n Hw y 14,then 3 m ilesSo u th.

HI-LITES INCLU DE: TRAC TO RS : 1990 Fo rd Versa tile M K 100 10”x61’m ech gra in a u ger;Bra n d t 7”x45’gra in a u ger;Sa ku n d ia k HD7-41 946 Design a tio n 6 4W D tra cto r,20.8x38 d u a ls,7674hrs sho w in g;1984 In tern a tio n a l5488 2W D tra cto r,20.8x38 d u a ls,4723 hrs sho w in g;Degelm a n 12 HD d o zer bla d e; 1978 M a ssey Fergu so n 1135 2W D tra cto r, 5578 hrs sho w in g; Ca se 870 2W D tra cto r & 70 series FEL; M cCo rm ick 2230 2w d a n tiq u e tra cto r w /Fa rm ha n d lo a d er; C O M BIN ES & AC C ES S O RIES : 1996 New Ho lla n d TR97 s/p co m bin e, NH 971 hea d er, Ra ke-Up picku p, Terra in Tra cer, Red eko p 2150 cha ff sprea d er, 2762 en g/1970 thr hrs sho w in g;2003 Ho n ey Bee 94C 30’strcu t hea d erw /TR a d a pter,UIIp/u reel,pea a u ger, fo re/a ft; S W ATHERS : Versa tile 400 s/p 18’ sw a ther; Jo hn Deere 590 36’ p/t sw a ther;S EEDIN G & TILLAG E:Flexico il600 36’a irseed er cu ltiva to r & Flexico il 1600 to w betw een ta n k;Flexico ilSystem 70 42’pa cker ba r;Richa rd to n 488-9x52 20’o ffset d isc;Richa rd to n 18’o ffset d isc;Flexico ilSystem 80 50’tin e ha rro w ba r;CI No ble 6000 42’ plo w ; In tern a tio n a l 7200 28’ ho e press d rills; o ther tilla ge eq u ipm en t;G RAIN HAN DLIN G & S TO RAG E:2 -W esteel4000 bu gra in bin s;2 Bu tler 1600 bu gra in bin s;W en in ger 70 to n ho ppered fertilizer bin ;W estfield

7”x41’ gra in a u ger; Sa ku n d ia k 6”x29’ gra in a u ger; REM 552 pto d r gra in va c; Gilm o re Ta ige To x-o -w ik 370 ba tch type gra in d ryer; S PRAY IN G : M elro e 115 Spra -Co u pe;New Ho lla n d 516 205 bu s/a m a n u re sprea d er;HEAVY TRUC K S : 1975 Fo rd 700 s/a gra in tru ck w /370 V8,5+2 tra n s,16’bo x,78,746 m isho w in g; 1966 Fo rd 700 S/A gra in tru ck w /352 V8,5+2 tra n s,Ca n ca d e 16’bo x;1968 GM C 1 to n ca b & cha ssis w /Ha u lAllga rba ge bo d y;1950 Fo rd F350 1 to n tru ck;LIG HT TRUC K S & C ARS :1996 Chevro let 1500 Silvera d o 1/2 to n 2w d tru ck w / b; 1986 Chevro let 20 3/4 to n 2w d tru ck;1974 Chevro let Cheyen n e Su per20 3/4 to n 2w d tru ck;1982 O ld sm o bile Delta Ro ya le Bro u gha m 2 d o o rca r;1971 Fo rd T-Bird ; 1960 Vo lksw a go n Va n a go n Va n ; LAW N & G ARDEN : Jo hn Deere 609 ro ta ry m o w er;Jo hn Deere F710 Fro n t m o u n t m o w er;Fo rd LGT165 hyd ro sta tic ga rd en tra cto r;Jo hn Deere 111 ga rd en tra cto r;Jo hn Deere 110 ga rd en tra cto r;3 PTH EQ UIPM EN T:Agro Tren d M fg.72” 3 pth sn o w blo w er;Fo rd 939 3pth ro u gh cu t m o w er;Pittsbu rgh 3 pth ta n d em d isc;M a ssey Fergu so n 3 pth d o zerbla d e;Deu tz Allis 3 pth ro to tiller.S electio n o fsho p to o ls,m isc fa rm su p p ly & a n tiq u es.

Also a selectio n o ffu el ta n ks a n d o ther m isc ta n ks.Pa r tia 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):La rry & Ed n a An d ro so ff3 06 -4 97-275 8 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

La rr y & Ed n a An d rosoff

Frid a y,O cto b er 21st-10 a .m .-Bla in e La ke,S K .

AUCTIO N DAY SCHEDULE:10:00 a m Sho p To o ls& M isc;1:00 pm Live In tern et Bid d in g o n M a jo rEq u ipm en t fo llo w ed by gra in bin s. DIRECTIO NS:Fro m Bla in e La ke a t the ju n ctio n o fHw y#12&40 (o n so u th sid e o fGa sPlu sservice sta tio n )ta ke Tw p Rd #445 5 m ilesea st. Y a rd o n so u th sid e o fro a d . HI-LITES INCLU DE:TRAC TO RS :1986 Ca se IH 4694 4w d Sa ku n d ia k HD6-37 6”x37’ gra in a u ger; Sa ku n d ia k HD6-29 6”x29’ gra in a u ger; tra cto r,12 spd po w ershift tra n s,20.8-34 d u a ls,Re-Bu ilt W hea thea rt 4”tra n sfera u ger;2-125bu ho pperw a go n s;G RAIN BIN S :5 -W esteel en gin e in 1998,7510 hrs sho w in g;1990 Ca se IH 7140 Ro sco 2000 bu ho pperbin s;M eta lIn d 1650 bu steelbin ;2 -In la n d 1350 bu steel M FW D tra cto r, 18 spd po w ershift tra n s, 20.8-42 d u a ls, bin s;S PRAY IN G :Versa tile 3800 60’field spra yer;HAY IN G & LIVES TO C K :1990 4900 hrs sho w in g; 1994 Degelm a n 12HD 12’ d o zer New Ho lla n d 355 m ix m ill;New Ho lla n d 1033 Sta cklin erBa le w a go n ;Sha verhyd bla d e;Co ckshu tt 1755 2w d tra cto r;Co ckshu tt 1650 2w d po st po u n d er; HEAVY TRUC K S : 1975 In tern a tio n a l 1800 ta n d em a xle gra in tra cto r; In tern a tio n a l W 4 An tiq u e tra cto r; C O M BIN E: tru ck,478 V8 ga s,5+4 tra n s,W esteelRo sco steelbo x,157,087 m isho w in g;1964 1997 Jo hn Deere 9600 sp co m bin e,JD 914 p/u hea d er, In tern a tio n a l1600 sin gle a xle gra in tru ck,304 V8 en g,4+2 tra n s,12’size w o o d K irby sprea d er, 1611 thr/2381 en g hrs sho w in g, 25% bo x,60,833 m isho w in g;1974 Do d ge 600 sin gle a xle gra veltru ck,360 V8,5+2 d o w n o n sa le d a y;S W ATHERS :1996 M a ssey Fergu so n tra n s,6 ya rd steelbo x,48,095 m isho w in g;1968 In tern a tio n a l1500 sin gle a xle 220 26’sp sw a ther,d iesel,UIIp/u reel,1530 hrs sho w in g, gra in tru ck,304 V8 en g,4+2 tra n s,12’w o o d bo x,34,795 m isho w in g;LIG HT 25% d o w n sa le d a y;1982 Versa tile 400 20’sp sw a ther; TRUC K :1981 Fo rd F350 2w d d u a lly service tru ck,5.8L V8 ga s en g,a u to tra n s, S EEDIN G & TILLAG E:Bo u rga u lt 528-32 34’a irseed er 109,500 km sho w in g; TRAILERS :1992 Do u ble M 16’ ca r ha u ler tra iler; 1991 cu ltiva to r;Bo u rga u lt 138 To w behin d a irca rt;Bo u rga u lt 536-42 41’cu ltiva to r;Ca se Bergen 16’sto ck tra iler;LAW N & G ARDEN :Ca se 446 Ga rd en tra cto r;ATVs: IH 5600 34’d eep tilla ge cu ltiva to r;In tern a tio n a l490 28’ta n d em d isc;Degelm a n 1984 Ho n d a 200 Big Red Three w heeler ATV;Sn o -Jet W hisper Jet Sn o w m o bile; 7000 Stra w m a ster50’hea vy ha rro w ba r;La u rier70’ha rro w pa ckerba r;M o rris 70’ O THER M IS C EQ UIP: selectio n o f sho p to o ls & m isc. fa rm su pply. Pa r tia l ha rro w d ra w ba r; W ilm a r 500 fertilizer sprea d er; In tern a tio n a l 620 24’ (2-12’) listin g o n ly - S ee fu ll list a n d p ictu res o n the in tern et a t d o u ble d isc pressd rill;G RAIN HAN DLIN G :Sa ku n d ia k HD6-41 6”x41’gra in a u ger; 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 .

Georg e & Gla d ysBr eh on

S a tu rd a y,O cto b er 22n d

-10 a .m .-M a ym o n t,S K .

S eller C o n ta ct(s):G eo rg e Breho n 3 06 -3 89-4 3 10 Au ctio n C o o rd in a to r(s):Bren d a n K ra m er o r M icha el Hig g s3 06 -4 4 5 -5 000

AUCTIO N DAY SCHEDULE:10:00 a m Sho p To o lsa n d M isc fa rm su pply;12:00 n o o n Live In tern et Bid d in g o n Rea lEsta te; 1:00 pm Live In tern et Bid d in g o n M a jo rEq u ipm en t DIRECTIO NS:Fro m hw y #16 @ M a ym o n t go 3 m ilesn o rth,4 m iles ea st & 1 m ile n o rth O R fro m hw y #40 a n d hw y #376 go 8.25 m ilesso u th,4 m ilesea st & 1 m ile n o rth.

HI-LITES INCLU DE:REAL ES TATE:Au ctio n fea tu res 6 d elivery ra ke;In tern a tio n a l7’sickle m o w er;2 - 16’5 ba r ga tes;3 pt hitch po st q u a rters o f Fa rm la n d in the RM o f M a yfield n ea r po u n d er; IN DUS TRIAL: An tiq u e p/t ro a d gra d er; HEAVY TRUC K : 1981 M a ym o n t,SK w ith very w ellkept ho m e,w ell-m a n icu red ya rd w ith a la rge ga rd en . Pro perty to ta ls 960 a cres in clu d in g a w o rksho p,ba rn a n d gra in bin s o n the ho m e q u a rter. La n d bein g o ffered a t 12:00 n o o n . If yo u a re lo o kin g fo rgra in la n d ,pa stu re la n d o r co u n try livin g be su re to m a rk the d a te o n the ca len d a r.TRAC TO RS :1979 Ca se 2090 2w d tra cto r,p/s tra n s,6122 hrs sho w in g;1973 Ca se 970 2w d tra cto rw /Ca n ca d e FEL,p/s tra n s,9593 hrs sho w in g;M a ssey Fergu so n 180 2w d tra cto r;1953 Fo rd 8N 2w d a n tiq u e tra cto r;Fa rm a llM D 2w d a n tiq u e tra cto r; C O M BIN E:Co -o p Im plem en t s 960 p/t co m bin e; S W ATHER:M a ssey Fergu so n 655 Hyd ro 18’s/p sw a ther;Breho n 6’steelta pered sw a th ro ller; S EEDIN G & TILLAG E: Ca se IH 5600 26’ chisel plo w ; G RAIN HAN DLIN G :Po o l7”x45’gra in a u ger;Bra n d t 6”x35’gra in a u ger;Bra n d t hyd en d ga te d rillfill;HAY IN G & LIVES TO C K :New Ho lla n d sin gle a xle m a n u re sprea d er; In tern a tio n a l 350 Fo ra ge ha rvester;M a ssey Fergu so n 12 sq ba ler;5 w heel sid e


In tern a tio n a l 1724 sin gle a xle gra in tru ck,404 V8,5+2 tra n s,8x16’steel bo x, 36,007 km sho w in g;LIG HT TRUC K S :1998 Chevro let W /T 1500 2w d lo n g bo x regu la r ca b tru ck, 4.3 liter, a u to tra n s, 80,500 km sho w in g; 1979 Fo rd F250 Cu sto m 2w d lo n g bo x regu la rca b tru ck;LAW N & G ARDEN :Hu sq va rn a LTH 120 rid in g m o w er;Y a rd W o rks 12hp sn o w blo w er;K in g Cu tter 5’3 pt hitch m o w er; O THER M IS C EQ UIP:ASS’T SHO P TO O LS & PARTS,Sn a p-O n gea rpu llerset,a ss’t Sn a p-O n to o ls (im pa cts,screw d rivers),2007 K in g In d u stria l 22” - 12 spd d rill press,Deca ster 150 m ig w eld er,TW S ba n d sa w ,Atla s H54 m eta l la the,So u th Ben d M eta lLa the,1000 ga lfu elta n k w /pu m p & m eter,2 -500 ga lfu elta n ks,a n d m u ch m o re.W O O DW O RK IN G TO O LS :B&D ra d ia la rm sa w ,Bea ver ta ble sa w , K in g belt/d isc sa n d er - 1/2 hp,M a stercra ft 12” su rfa ce pla n er,Ro ckw elljo in ter/ pla n er, sho p bu ilt ba n d sa w , bra d n a iler, Drem el to o ls, a n d m u ch m o re.

S electio n o fAn tiq u es,C o llectib les a n d Ho u seho ld Item s.Pa r tia l listin g o n ly - S ee fu ll list a n d p ictu res o n the in ter n 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.

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EQUIPMENT CONSIGNMENT AUCTION, Prince Albert, SK. Location: South of Prince Albert on hwy #2 and 1 km east on Elevator Road. Date: Sat., Oct. 15, 2011, 10:00 AM. Tractors: JD 4010; M F1085, 4660 hrs; MH 44 gas; IHC Farmall M. Truck: 2008 Ford Super Duty 4x4 reg cab w/alum. service body, 60,000 kms. Trailer: 16’ Ski Steer trailer, 2- 6000 lb. axles. Tires: approx. 80 used truck tires, some reground or retreaded, 11R22.5 and 11R24.5. Stock reduction for Art Brassard Ent. Inc., Prince Albert. 1999 Western Star 3604E, 425 HP Cat motor, 10 spd.; two 1999 Freightliners FLD 3406E, 425 HP Cat motor, 18 spd. Accepting consignments now! Conducted by: Balicki Auctions, Prince Albert, SK. PL #915694. Phone 306-922-6171 or 306-961-7553. Website: NELSON’S AUCTION SERVICE, Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, 10 AM. Vern Mattson Farm Dispersal, Humboldt, SK. Directions: From Humboldt: 3/4 of a mile south of the Humboldt Airport on Stoney Lake Road. 1982 Case 2090 tractor; Massey combine 510; 1977 3T grain truck; Degelman rockpicker; 6”x41’ Brandt auger; 6”x37’ Scoop a second auger; Two 1650 bu. Westeel bins and a 1650 bu. Twister bin; 1951 International Farmal ‘M’ tractor; cement mixer; air compressor; Int. deep tillage Glencoe tine harrows; Massey swather; flexible harrows 42’; pressure washer; JD 7’ sickle pull behind tractor; grain probe; weed eater; elec. cords; machine belts. Many more items at this auction. Ph. 306-944-4320 or to view a more complete listing with pictures visit: Do not miss this auction! PL #911669.

GORDON AND ANNE SICH, on Sunday, October 16, 2011, 10:00 AM, 3 miles West, 6 miles South, 1/4 mile East, Punnichy, SK. Contact 306-835-2854. Machinery: Tractors: 1983 JD 4650 2 WD tractor, 20.8x38 factory duals, new batteries, quad, 9000 hrs, real good; 1976 JD 4230, powershift, JD 148 FEL, 9000 hrs, good rubber, real nice. Combine: JD 7721 PTO combine, chopper, long auger, 12’, 3 roller pickup. Augers: Westfield TF-80-14-41’ auger w/Kohler 25 HP motor w/hyd. transport, mint; Sakundiak 6x33 auger, 13 HP Honda w/bin sweep; Westfield 7x41 ES; Scoop a second 35’ PTO; 35 auger and motor. Trucks: 1974 GMC 5000, 2 ton, steel B&H, V8, 5 spd., 60,000 miles; 1981 F100, V8, auto, topper, new tires, new battery. Seeding and Tillage: JD 27’ #655 air seeder, mounted Bourgault harrows, PTO, 12” spacing w/splitters; JD 27’ #100 deep tillage, mounted harrows; JD 16’ #100 deep tillage. Excavating: Crown 6 yard pull scraper; 2 prong stone digger, very heavy built. Bins: 5- 2000 bu. hopper bins on skids. Plus misc. equipment, yard, shop, carpentry tools. Note: Gordon and Anne sold the farm. Major equipment is above average condition. Items are very clean and in good shape. Ukrainetz Auction, 306-647-2661, Theodore, SK. PL #915851. Updated listings and pics visit:




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MACK AUCTION CO. presents a Farm Equipment Auction for Francis Phillips and Art and Henry Jaworski, Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 10:00 AM. Directions from Weyburn, Sask. Directions from Weyburn Hwy. 35 South: go 4 miles South of Weyburn Livestock Exchange to Grassdale Road, 8 miles West and 1-1/2 miles North. Ford Versatile 846 4WD tractor, Deutz DX 120 2WD tractor, Allis Chalmers 7045 2WD tractor, White 2-180 FWA tractor, Ford 9600 2WD tractor w/PTO not working, Cockshutt 1855 2WD tractor not running, Farm-All Super M tractor, Massey 44 tractor with 3 PTH, 2008 Ford Escape Ltd. leather and sunroof with 132,000 kms, 2004 Honda VTX 1800 street bike with 12,200 kms, 1993 27’ Gulfstream Conquest 5th wheel camper w/double slide, 1990 Ski-Doo Mach I snow machine, Yamaha 50cc dirt bike, 16’ boat and motor, NH 853 round baler, NH 357 mixmill, NH 404 PT hay crimper, Morris 800 hay hiker 8 bale trailer, trailer type post pounder, corral panels and gates, MF 850 SP combine, MF 34’ straight cut header, Versatile 18’ 4400 SP swather, 2- 36’ Case 736 swathers w/split batt reels, JD 25’ PT swather, Versatile 400 SP swather, swather transport, 40’ Ezee-On seeding tool with Ezee-On 160 air tank and Degelman harrows, Case/IH 28’ hoe drills, Blanchard 60’ tine harrows, Melroe 39’ cultivator w/1655 Valmar, Morris 35’ cultivator w/Valmar, Cockshutt 25’ cultivator, Melcam 27’ cult. w/liquid fertilizer openers, Blanchard 1000 gal. fertilizer caddy, Co-op 2-18’ discers, Harmon 85’ autofold field sprayer with 800 gal. poly tank, Jetstream 60’ computer sprayer, Summers 60’ truck mount sprayer w/Briggs engine, Trimble Light Bar GPS, Berkley 6” water pump trailer mount with IH 282 diesel engine, 3000’ 6” irrigation pipe, 2- Westeel 1900 bu. hopper bottom bins, 4- Rosco 1350 bu. bins on cement, Westeel 1650 bu. steel bin on wood floor, 2- green poly fertilizer tanks, 150 bushel metal clad 4 compartment seed bin, Blanchard 7-50 PTO auger, Versatile 6-40 auger w/Kohler engine, rear mount end gate drill fill, 1980 Chev C-60 grain truck with 55,500 kms, 1969 Ford F-750 tag axle grain truck, 1967 Dodge 400 grain truck, 1965 Fargo 600 truck w/gravel box, 1969 GMC 910 1/2 ton truck for restoration, Wheatheart hyd. post hole auger, Rainbow tandem axle 16’ trailer, Degelman fork type rockpicker, 100 gal. slip tank with electric pump, Ford 6’ 3 PTH mower, 3 PTH blade, shopbuilt triple axle trailer, Pool 800 gal. poly tank, Solar 2175 wire feed mig welder, Century 225 amp. wire feed mig welder, Talon K-12 52 ton iron worker, Honda engine with water pump, Ford Industrial 5000 watt generators, plus much more! For printable sale bill, photos and video 306-487-7815 or 306-421-2928, Mack Auction Co. PL 31196.


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PL #912715

NELSON’S AUCTION SERVICE Sat. Oct. 15, 2011, 10:00 AM. Keith Kabernack Estate and Jan Kabernack acreage dispersal. Directions: From Drake: 4 miles west of Drake and 3/4 of a mile north. 2004 NH LS 170 Super Boom skidsteer loader, turbo, dsl; David Brown 1210 tractor w/FEL; 2009 Arctic Cat 550 quad; Cub Cadet Kawasaki 50” riding lawnmower; A/C 14’ cult.; Kendon 120 bu hoppered wagon; garden sheds; various garden tools; welding table; Suzuki gen; dog kennels; calf shelters; corral gates; fence posts; vehicle ramps; ext ladder; 1400 ku gen; heat lamps; hog feeder; deer feeders; plastic pig feeders; fork for FEL; hoppered cattle feeder; assorted rifles, bows and hunting supplies; dining room table, china cabinet; freezer; cedar chest. Many more items at this auction. To view a more complete listing w/photos. Visit Phone 306-944-4320. PL #911669. Do not miss this auction!!!


WRECKING USED VOLVO trucks: Misc. ax- 2006 CANCADE TRI-AXLE spring ride pup les and trans. parts; Also tandem trailer trailer, w/19’x8’.6”x60” aluminum box, suspension axles. 306-539-4642 Regina SK premium cond., $36,000. 306-672-3711, 306-672-7616, Gull Lake, SK. SOUTHSIDE AUTO WRECKERS, Weyburn, SK, 306-842-2641. Used car and 2012 NEW NEW trailers, tandem and tritruck parts, light to heavy. We buy scrap axle, spring and air ride, $25,000 and up. iron and non-ferrous metals. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. TRUCK BONEYARD INC. Specializing in obsolete parts, all makes. Trucks bought for wrecking. 306-771-2295, Balgonie, SK. TRUCK PARTS: 1/2 ton to 3 ton; Gas engines- GM 350 and 366 recond., Chrysler 318, Ford 330, 351W, 361, 429, 460, IH 304 and 345; Diesel engines- Cat 3116, Cummins 5.9 12 valve, Ford 6.6L w/auto trans, GM 6.5 turbo, IH/Ford 7.3 non turbo. 4 and 5 spd. trans., single and 2 spd. axles, and many other parts. Phoenix Auto, LODE-KING SUPER B, 1989, 33’ lead, 28’ Lucky Lake, SK., 1-877-585-2300. pup, very good tires, significant rust in VS TRUCK WORKS Inc. parting out GM hoppers. Not certifiable but great for in 1/2- 1 ton trucks. Call Gordon or Joanne, field farm service. $9900 for set, will split 403-972-3879, Alsask, SK. up. Trades welcome, financing available. K-B TRUCK SALVAGE, over 70 medium 1-800-667-4515 and heavy duty trucks, Cat, Cummins, De- LODE-KING SUPER B grain trailers, extroit, IH diesels, 5, 9, 10, 13, 15 speed tremely clean, no rust, air ride suspension, transmissions, 100’s of good used tires, 20 new 11R24.5 recaps on steel wheels, wheels, etc. Best prices, good service. Call new shocks, 80% or better brakes, good 306-259-4843, Young, SK. tarps, lead is a 1998, pup is 1996. New AB WANTED: tailgate with hardware and rear safeties, ready to haul. $32,000. Delivery bumper for 1952 IH 1/2 ton PU model available. 403-638-3934, Sundre, AB. L110. 250-642-7650, 2 SETS OF 2009 LODE-KING Super B Sooke, BC. grain trailers, rubber 60%, safetied to April WRECKING SEMI-TRUCKS, lots of parts. 2012. 306-357-2003, 306-831-7026, WiseCall Yellowhead Traders. 306-896-2882, ton, SK. Churchbridge, SK. NEW WILSON SUPER B and tandem 38’; SASK. LARGEST INVENTORY of used heavy 2002 Doepker Super B, air ride; Coming intruck parts. 3 ton tandem diesel motors New Doepker Super B; 2007 Lode-King Suand transmissions and differentials for all per B’s, air ride; Tandem and S/A convertm a ke s ! C a n A m Tr u c k E x p o r t L t d . , er, drop hitch, cert.; Tridem and tandem 1-800-938-3323. axle pony pups, BH&T. 306-356-4550, Dodsland, SK. DL 905231, SASKATOON TRUCK PARTS CENTRE Ltd. North Corman Industrial Park 2 0 1 2 G S I 3 6 ’ G R A I N T R A I L E R S , New and used parts available for 3 ton- $25,000 each. 32’, 28’ and 24’ also highway tractors including custom built available. 306-563-6651, Canora, SK. tandem converters and wet kits. All truck makes/models bought and sold. Shop ser- REMOTE CONTROL TRAILER chute openvice available. Specializing in repair and ers. Compact, Hi-Torq, complete kit. Call custom rebuilding for transmissions and Brehon Agrisystems 306-933-2655, at differentials. Now offering driveshaft Saskatoon, SK. repair and assembly from passenger vehicles to heavy trucks. For more info 2008 DOEPKER TRI-AXLE grain trailer, call 306-668-5675 or 1-800-667-3023. custom paint; 1997 Peterbilt 379L, excellent farm unit. $66,000 or will separate. DL #914394 306-728-8070, Killaly, SK. 2004 DOEPKER SUPER B, open end, air i d e , b r a n d n ew b r a ke s , t i r e s 9 5 % , SCHOOL BUSES, 20 to 72 pass., 1983 to r$54,000. 780-210-2211, St. Paul, AB. 1999, $2500 and up. Phoenix Auto, 306-858-2300, Lucky Lake, SK. DL 320074 1999 FREIGHTLINER w/2009 40’ tandem USED SCHOOL BUSES: many units to grain trailer, 470 Detroit, 900,000 kms, choose from, 20 to 72 passenger. For 80% virgin rubber. 306-861-0588, Weymore info go to or call burn, SK. 306-783-6745 or 306-533-4920. 36’ TANDEM LODE-KING PRESTIGE, hopper bottom, 2004, exc. cond., extra mud flaps, dual cranks, load lights, open ends, pintle hitch, farm use only, $30,000. 1998 CHRYSLER INTREPID, 4 dr., 138,000 306-776-2394, 306-537-0615 Rouleau, SK. kms, 2.7, A/T/C, PW, PL new: tires, battery, starter, remote starter, $3500 OBO. 306-545-4188, 306-531-5215, Regina, SK.

2011 CHALLENGER RT Hemi, $34,955, NER AUTOWRECKING AND RECYCLING 0 down, $231/bi-weekly. 1-800-667-4414, wrecking all makes and models of cars and Wynyard, SK. 4x4 trucks, picking up scrap vehicles and m e t a l , b a s e d i n L l oy d m i n s t e r, A B . 1-877-903-3325 or 780-871-0482. 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.

2007 LODE-KING Super B grain trailers, full fenders, alum. wheels, tires 90%, brakes 70%, fresh AB safety, exc. cond. $62,000. 780-307-1070, Westlock, AB or

10 YR. OLD single cylinder Perkins diesel generator/ Pro-heat for semi unit, elec. start, $8500 OBO. 780-847-3995 or 780-871-2949, Marwayne, AB.

2010 DAKOTA ALUMINUM tandem grain trailer, 38.5’, never used, $38,500 OBO.; 40’ HighBoy trailer, fresh safety, $7500. 306-723-5983, 306-960-3000, St. Louis SK


Estate of Gregg Zelinski

2009 LEGACY ALUM. Super B, lift axles, 2012 40’ DOEPKER tandem grain bulker auto greases, good tires, will safety, (2 in stock). In stock: 2012 Super B grain $80,000. 306-542-7546, Kamsack, SK. trailers; 2005 Doepker open end Super B, black in color, good shape; 2006 Castleton 1995 DOEPKER SUPER B, good cond., new Super B, good shape, good price; 2012 tarps, recent sandblast and paint, white Doepker Super B flats and drop decks with with black hoppers, $20,000 OBO. Phone beavertail flip ramps in stock. Many more 306-441-4930, Delmas, SK. used and new 2012 trailers arriving daily 2 0 0 8 T I M P T E 4 0 ’ t a n d e m , l o a d e d , with special fall pricing and many colors to $32,500; 2004 Timpte tandem, air ride, choose from in stock. 1-800-665-6317. $22,900; 2- 2006 Lode-King Prestige, Su- More details at: per B, alum. combo, safetied, $53,500: 2000 Doepker, closed end, Super B, air ride, new paint, safetied, $35,500. Call T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Ltd., Terry 204-825-7043 or Ken 204-362-0116, Winkler, MB. For pics and info visit

NEW PAINTED 68”X20’ Unibody grain box w/cylinder and tarp, will mount on truck if requested. 204-825-8755, Cartwright, MB. SANDBLAST AND PAINT your grain trailers, boxes, flatdecks and more. We use industrial undercoat and paint. Can zinc coat for added rust protection. Quality workNEW TRI-AXLE TWO hopper Cornhusker manship guaranteed. Prairie Sandblasting all aluminum empty weight 11,000 lbs. and Painting, 306-744-7930, Saltcoats, SK. 46’, 102” wide, air ride, 77” sides. Cash Clear-out, $45,500. Yellowhead Sales, DOEPKER 36’ GRAIN trailer, good cond., $8500; Comet 28’ single axle deck truck, 306-783-2899, Yorkton, SK. good, only, $1950; Comet 28’ single axle deck truck, good, only $1950. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. 2009 TIMPTE TANDEM grain trailer, 34’, aluminum, white, new condition. 306-442-4545, Weyburn, SK.

2005 WILSON aluminum gooseneck stock trailer 7x24, 3 compartments. Rob Garner 2009 TIMPTE grain trailer, 41’, ag hoppers, 306-946-7946, Simpson, SK. new brakes, drums, exc. cond., new tarp, 2011 24’ STOCK Trailer, 24’x7.6”, 7.6” high, $ 2 9 , 9 0 0 . C a n d e l i v e r. M B s a f e t y. triple axle, will consider trades. Peace Riv204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. er, AB. 780-624-5703, 780-617-4013 1992 DOEPKER SUPER B, springride, refur- MR. B’s TRAILER SALES, Norberts and bished, new slopes, repainted, fresh safe- Rainbow, lease to own. Ph. 306-773-8688, ty, good rubber. 306-287-7442, Leroy, SK. Swift Current, SK. 1998 MERRITT CATTLELINER, 53’, hog rail, winter kit, all new brakes and air bags, fresh safety, exc., $25,000. 306-695-2050, NORMS SANDBLASTING & PAINT, 40 306-695-8124, Indian Head, SK. years body and paint experience. We do metal and fiberglass repairs and integral to 2002 MERRITT CATTLELINER, great daycab conversions. Sandblasting and shape, good rubber, well maintained, paint to trailers, trucks and heavy equip. $28,000. 306-778-2533, Swift Current, SK. Endura primers and topcoats. A one stop 2007 MERRITT CATTLELINER, mint conshop. Norm 306-272-4407, Foam Lake SK. dition, good rubber, well maintained, 2010 DOEPKER Super B 22.5 on alum rims, $50,000. 780-387-6356, Wetaskiwin, AB. dual crank, load lights. Trailer will be sold 2004 SOUTHLAND STOCK trailer 16’x7x7’, with fresh safety. All tires 50% or better. m a n y e x t r a s , u s e d v e r y l i t t l e . $72,500. 306-921-9776, Kinistino, SK. 306-933-3251, Saskatoon, SK. 1992 LODE-KING HOPPER trailer, new NEW BLUEHILLS GOOSENECK stock, 18’, tarp, good tires and brakes, some rust, $11,700; 16’, $10,900. Call 306-445-5562, $7000. 306-743-7732, Langenburg, SK. Delmas, SK.

Jim & Beverly Buhr

Gladstone, MB • Wed., October 12, 2011 • 10 am


FLEXI-COIL 5000 51 FT W/2320



Wishart, SK • Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011 • 10 am

1982 JOHN DEERE 8640

1981 JOHN DEERE 7720


From WYNYARD, SK go 13 km (8 miles) East to Mozart turnoff, then 29 km (18 miles) South. West side of road OR from WISHART, SK go 5 km (3 miles) South. West side of road.


2- John Deere 8640 4WD • 1981 John Deere 4440 2WD • 1978 John Deere 2130 2WD • 1951 Massey Harris 44 Utility Tractor • 1981 John Deere 7720 Combine • John Deere 925 24 Ft Flex Header • 1985 John Deere 2360 30 Ft Swather • 1987 John Deere 590 30 Ft Pull Type Swather • 1986 International S1900 T/A Grain Truck • 1973 International 1600 Loadstar S/A Grain Truck • 2- John Deere 665 41 Ft Air Seeder • John Deere 9350 32 Ft Disc Drill • 30 Ft • John Deere 32 Ft Cultivator • Rome 10 Ft Heavy Disc • Blanchard HydraLift 60 Ft Harrow Packer • Degelman 550H Rock Picker • 2- Jetstream Computorspray 647/2 60 Ft Sprayer • Trailrite 100± Tonne Epoxy Lined Hopper Bin • Badger 14 Ft x 3 Ring Hopper Bin... AND MUCH MORE!

For up-to-date equipment listings, please check our website: Kim Zelinski: 306.576.2275 FOR MORE INFORMATION: Danny Prisciak: 306.576.2319

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


From GLADSTONE, MB, go 3.2 km (2 miles) South on Hwy 34. Yard on East side (across from golf course). Video of the antiques available on youtube – Channel ‘OldManOldIron’


FARM EQUIPMENT: John Deere 8630 4WD • Versatile 936 Designation 6 4WD • Massey Ferguson 8590 • Co-op 550 26 Ft Swather • Premier 2900 Swather • 2005 Western Star T/A Sleeper • International 9200 Eagle T/A Sleeper • 2002 Lode King 48 Ft T/A Step Deck • Castleton 40 Ft T/A Grain Trailer • Flexi-Coil 5000 51 Ft Air Drill • 3- Vidir 15920 4200± Bushel 15.9 Ft Hopper Bins • 3- Vidir 14920 14.9 Ft Epoxy Lined Hopper Bins • Convey-All TCH-1075 10 In. x 75 Ft Grain Conveyor • Convey-All TCH-1045 10 In. x 45 Ft Grain Conveyor • A & L F700 700 Bushel Grain Cart • Westfield MK100-71 10 In. x 71 Ft Mechanical Swing Grain Auger. ANTIQUES: Cockshutt 570 2WD • Oliver 1950 2WD • Cockshutt 50 • Cockshutt 30 • John Deere 820 • John Deere 720 Wheatland • John Deere 430 • John Deere 70 • John Deere R • 2- John Deere D • John Deere AR • McCormick Farmall M • McCormick-Deering • Mack B61 Thermodyne T/A • Mercury M3 S/A • 1960 Edsel Ranger 4 Door • Edsel Corsair 4 Door • 4- Lincoln Continental Mark III 2 Door • Mercury Meteor Custom 4 Door. RECREATIONAL VEHICLE: Prowler 31 Ft T/A Travel Trailer...AND MUCH MORE!

For up-to-date equipment listings, please check our website: Jim Buhr: 204.385.2012 (h), 204.856.3396 (c) FOR MORE INFORMATION: Email: Ritchie Bros. Territory Manager – Daryl Martin: 306.421.5066 Toll Free: 1.800.491.4494



1998 MERRITT TRI-AXLE cattleliner, nose decking, L shaped doghouse, divide gates, tires/brakes 80%, 11x22.5 aluminu m r i m s , g o o d s h ap e , o n e ow n e r, $23,000. 306-268-4375, Bengough, SK.

C a ttle Tra ilersFo r S a le 2003 – 53 Ft W ilso n Ca ttle Tra iler ..................................................$3 0,000 2006 – 53 Ft W ilso n Ca ttle Tra iler ..................................................$3 8,000 2001 – 53 Ft M erritt Ca ttle Tra iler ..................................................$26 ,000 Alltra ilersin excellen t sha pe M o stly highw a y m iles C a ll S teve o r M a rk a t Prim ro se Livesto ck 4 03 -3 81-3 700 3 MERRITT CATTLE/ HOG tri-axle trailers w/3rd rail and winter kits, exc. cond., new July safeties, 2006, 2007, and 2009. 306-773-5909, Swift Current, SK. 1998 48 MERRITT pot, $19,000; Merritt pot with 3rd rail, $24,000; 2007 eby 53’ tridem pot, $35,000. All have board kits and current safeties. 306-435-2149, Moosomin, SK.

SUPREME TRAILER SALES, Your #1 Agassiz and Precision trailer dealer in SK. Toll free 1-888-652-3888.


TOPGUN TRAILER SALES Custom built “For those that demand the best.” Agassiz trailers (enclosed) and Precision trailers (open cargo). 1-855-255-0199, Moose Jaw, SK. PRECISION TRAILERS: Gooseneck and bumper hitch. You’ve seen the rest now own the best. Hoffart Services, 306-957-2033, 2011 PJ 35’ flatdeck trailer, tandem duals, 10,000 lb. axles, 3 ramps, new in July, pulled less than 500 kms, $13,000 OBO. 306-281-8224, Delisle, SK. FLAGLINER 34’ DROPDECK lowbed, two 10,000 lb. axles/duals/beavertails. Air over hyd. brakes, safetied. Ideal for backhoe. 306-743-7363, Langenburg, SK. 1999 DOEPKER ALUMINUM Super B grain, $38,500; 1997 48’ flatdeck tridem, $9500 and tandem, $8500; 1999 Alutrec aluminum 48’ Hiboy, $14,500; 2001 48’ combo tandem, $9500; 1998 Talbert 48’ stepdeck, $15,000. All trailers Sask. certified. Tow away trailers as is. Call 1-888-457-5918, Davidson, SK. DL #312974.

Trailer Sales And Rentals

ATTENTION: READY FOR sale/lease, 2007 Wilson Brute 48’ alum. combo stepdeck, sliding front axle, ratchets, new 22.5 rubber, new safety, $26,900. Financing info, Gord 306-934-4445, Saskatoon, SK., 306-242-2508 AUCTION OR ON-LINE BIDDING WANTED: Ag and Industrial Consignments. “Low commissions”, accepting farm/ construction/ livestock equipment, trailers, trucks, ATV’s, etc. Contact Alana, Saskatoon, SK, 306-652-4334, PL #318116.

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. 1994 REAL INDUSTRIES 18’ gooseneck trailer, side door, rubber matting, some rust. $6,000. 306-963-2647, Imperial, SK. 1998 WILSON LIVESTOCK TRAILER. 53’ tri-axle, air ride, fresh safety, $28,000 OBO. 306-398-2851, Cut Knife, SK. 2002 LIFT-OFF GOOSENECK trailer, 30’, stock trailer and bale handler combination, $12,000. 250-422-3645, Cranbrook, BC. OLDER 2 HORSE TANDEM bumper pull trailer, new floor and wiring, $1900. Phone 403-318-6395, Alix, AB.


Give us a call, you’ll be glad you did! RPM Automotive Sundre: 1-888-638-4525 Automan Trailers Prince Albert: 1-800-252-0840 Smyl RV: St. Paul: 1-800-522-4105 F.M. Trailer World Vulcan, AB: 1-877-205-1999 Strathmore, AB: 403-934-6833

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TRI HAUL SELF-UNLOADING ROUND BALE MOVERS: 8’ to 29’ lengths, 6-18 bales, also excellent for feeding cattle in the field, 4 bales at time with a pickup. 1-800-505-9208. FLAT DECKS, single drops, double drops, detachables, lowbeds, vans, grain, end dumps, belly dumps, converters. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. GOOD TRAILERS, REASONABLY priced. 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. Call Dumonceau Trailers, 306-796-2006, Central Butte, SK.

Visit us at Agri-Trade 24’ GOOSENECK TRI-AXLE, 21,000 lbs., $6490. Bumper pull tandem equipment: 18’, 14,000 lbs., $3975; 16’, 10,000 lbs., $3090; 16’, 7000 lbs., $2650. Factory direct. 1-888-792-6283.

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DELTA SPRAYER TRAILER, 1994, 20’, 20,000 lbs, good condition, $5900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515 Regina - 1-800-667-0466 AFFORDABLE TRAILERS. Call Larry at 2007 FREIGHTLINER CLASSIC, 515 DeKeefe HallCell- 306-535-2420 306-563-8765, Canora, SK. troit, 18 spd., 1.140 kms, new steers and w w w batteries, good drives, 3-way locks, Keefe D. HaL#909069 ll Tra iler S a les $39,500. Call 306-221-3444, Colonsay, SK. TWO 1998 51’ tandem steel alum. combo 2008 DODGE DIESEL quad cab, 4x4, drop decks, clean, safetied; 2- 48’ Manac $ 2 9 , 9 0 0 . Wy nya r d , S K . P h o n e flat decks, air ride, safetied, $7500. Call T. 1-800-667-4414 or visit Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Ltd., Terry 204-825-7043 or Ken 204-362-0116, Winkler, MB. For pics and info visit La co m b e AB Pho n e: 403- 782 - 4774 Fa x: 403- 782 - 6493


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From HAMIOTA, MB, go 3.2 km (2 miles) South on Hwy 21 to Hwy 24, then 1.6 km (1 mile) East, then 0.8 km (0.5 mile) South.

2004 New Holland TJ500 4WD • 1998 John Deere 8400T Belted Tractor • 2003 Case IH MXM120 MFWD • 2009 New Holland CX8090 Combine • 2001 New Holland CX860 Combine • 2008 Westward M150 35 Ft Swather • 2002 Caterpillar 420D Loader Backhoe • Leon M550 5.5 Ft Hydraulic Pull Scraper • International 9900I T/A Sleeper Truck Tractor • Freightliner FLD112 T/A Grain Truck • Cancade 42 Ft Tri/A Grain Trailer • 8x8 Ft ATV Trailer • 2003 Bourgault 5710 Series II 64 Ft Air Drill • Rock-o-Matic 546 Rock Picker • 2008 Apache AS1010 90 Ft High Clearance Sprayer • 2004 Bandit 3400TC 2830 Imperial Gallon Liquid Fertilizer Cart • 2003 Bourgault Smart Cart 750 750 Bushel Grain Cart • 2010 Brandt 5200EX Grain Vac...AND MUCH MORE!

Jack Nesbit: 204.764.2067 (h), FOR MORE INFORMATION: 204.725.8292 (c),

Marc Nesbit: 204.764.0241 Ritchie Bros. Territory Manager – Daryl Martin: 306.421.5066 or 800.491.4494

2007 DODGE DAKOTA 4x4 quad cab, excellent condition, comes with new winter Toyo tires and Eagle rims, 80,000 kms, $20,500. 403-318-6395, Alix, AB.

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2007 CHEVROLET SILVERADO, new body style, LT2500 ext., cab, 4x4, 3/4 ton, fully loaded, cloth, trailer package, new tires, new windshield, Greystone metallic ext., Ebony int., 125,000 kms., $19,500 OBO PST paid. 306-834-2085, Kerrobert, SK. 2007 DODGE 3500, 4x4 quad cab, 6.7 auto, 67,000 kms, navigation, black w/brown leather int., $29,500. 306-684-2847 from 12 to 5 PM, Moose Jaw, SK, Kevin.

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DOUBLE DROP LOWBEDS: Tandems, triaxles, detachables, 30-60 ton, $10,000 to $35,000. 306-563-8765, Canora, SK. 2001 TRAILTECH 8.5x30, 3- 7000 lb. axles, pintle hitch, springs, electric brakes, replacement cost $10,700, will sell for $5200. 306-423-5983 or 306-960-3000, St. Louis, SK. HAUSER GOOSENECK TRAILERS. Selfunloading, round or square bales. Featuring 2 trailers in 1: HD gooseneck use or bale transporter, mechanical side unloading. Hauser’s Machinery, Melville, SK. 1-888-939-4444,


2005 TRAILTECH DOUBLE header trailer, 2001 WILSON DROP deck 48’, alum. comt r i - a x l e , e x c e l l e n t s h a p e , $ 9 2 0 0 . bo, vg cond., MB safety, $17,000. Can deliver. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB. 403-647-1011, Foremost, AB.


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G ra in Tra ile rs 40’ HEADER TRANSPORT. Custom built, torsion bar to accommodate flex, 4 saddles, moveable axle. $3780. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515

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1999 MERRITT Gold Line Double deck, solid, 2nd floor hog trailer, new MB safety, new brakes, winter kit spread axle, extra tool box, water spraying system, tires90% w/alum. rims, $17,500. Can Deliver. 204-743-2324, Cypress River MB. Website: 1999 24X7’ WILSON aluminum livestock trailer. Winter close up kit, safetied, looks like new. 204-325-1383, Morden, MB.

2007 SIDUMPR GRAVEL trailer, air ride, alum. rims, 11R24.5, new brakes, drums, 36’ tub, 23 cu. yds., electric tarp, tires 60%, vg cond. $43,000. MB safety. Can deliver. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB.

2009 ARNES TANDEM end dump trailer, like new condition, $40,000. Porcupine Plain, SK, 780-847-3995 or 780-871-2949.


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2003 FALCON tri-axle 24’ high boy gooseneck trailer c/w goose deck, slide-in ramps, 5 sliding winches, completely new b r a ke s , 7 2 0 0 l b. a x l e s , $ 7 5 0 0 . 250-426-2377, Fort Steele, BC.

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BELLY DUMP trailer, Arne’s tri-axle, ready to work, $16,000. Phone: 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. NEW TRIDEM MUVALL single drop, 10’ wide, extensions to 14’, hyd. tail, also 53’ 1997 Wilson machinery trailer w/hyd. tail and extensions, re-built; 53’ and 48’ tridem and tandem stepdecks; 53’ 48’ and 45’ tridem and tandem high boys, all steel and combos; Super B and B-train high boys, Btrain w/4- 1200 gal. water tanks; Tandem and S/A converter w/drop hitch; 53’-28’ van trailers, 48’ w/side doors; (2) Tandem Lo Boy, 9’ wide. Dodsland, SK. DL #905231. Phone 306-356-4550, READY FOR LEASE/ SALE: 2002 48’ tandem Lode-King, aluminum combo includes tarps, straps, $14,900. Gord 306-934-4445, Saskatoon, SK.

M oose Ja w (877) 999-7402 Sa sk a toon (866) 278-2636 Cell: 306-260-4209 D a nny Ta ta ryn

DROP DECK semi style sprayer trailers Air ride, tandem and tridems. 45’ - 53’. SK: 306-398-8000; AB: 403-350-0336. QUALITY USED/CLEARANCE TRAILERS enclosed, flatdecks, dumps. Used 20’ tilt flatdeck, only 420 kms on it, (2) 7000 lb. axles, all tubing construction, $6,750. Call Flaman Trailers 306-934-2121, Saskatoon, SK., or visit WAYNE’S TRAILER REPAIR. Specializing in aluminum livestock trailer repair. Blaine Lake, SK, 306-497-2767. SGI accredited.

2008 DODGE LARAMIE 2500, 6.7L dsl. quad cab, loaded with heated leather bucket seats, trailer pkg., 56,000, $42,900. Call Doug 306-535-6641, Vibank, SK. 2008 F350 XLT Sport, Super Duty, 4x4 dsl., crewcab, leather, black, 102,000 kms, exc. condition, $30,000. 306-652-3687, 306-229-1320, Saskatoon, SK. DL 306428. 2009 GMC SIERRA 2500 HD crewcab 4x4, 6.6L Duramax, 6 spd. Allison auto., fully loaded, cloth, 56,100 kms, $41,999. Phone 306-873-2633, Tisdale, SK. DL #910416. 2010 DODGE 1500, 4x4 Larimee, fully loaded, 23,000 kms, chrome pkg., asking $33,000 cash. 204-573-7787, Brandon, MB

2001 GMC SIERRA 2500, extended cab, Duramax, 4x4, 229,000 kms., good shape, $10,500. 306-690-9479, Moose Jaw, SK. 2002 GMC DURAMAX diesel 2500 HD ext. cab, spray in box liner, 5th wheel hitch, white w/striping, $12,500 plus GST. Phone 306-367-4352, Pilger, SK. 2003 DODGE 3500, Crewcab, 5.9L Cummins, 5 spd., 224,000 kms, MB. safetied, nice condition, asking $17,900. 204-638-8176, Dauphin, MB. 2003 FORD LARIAT, one ton dually, loaded, hitch, tool box, extra fuel tank, visor, racer back, 137,000 kms, exc. cond., $19,000. 306-281-8224, Delisle, SK. 2004 DODGE DSL. 3/4 ton, Quad Cab, 4x4, new tires, 5th wheel, 132,000 kms, good cond., $20,000. 306-594-2761 Norquay SK 2004 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT, quad cab, 4x4, 5.7L hemi, 1 owner, 136,000 hwy. kms, well maintained, many extras, $13,500 OBO. Call Rick 306-756-2424, Caronport, SK. EXCELLENT 2002 DODGE 3500 1 ton dually, dsl., 4x4, std., 10’6” hydrodeck made by Courtney Berg, 72,000 kms, 5th wheel trailer hitch for ball/holiday trailer. Been used to haul bales to acreages, shedded, 3 tool boxes, running boards and front bumper by Falcon Ind. Asking $35,000, half the price of the equivalent new truck. Phone 403-931-3217, Millarville, AB.

SERVICE TRUCK- GMC Sierra 35 one ton, w/steel deck, 250 gal. slip tank, 12 volt pump, hyd. wet kit, 110 convertor. Optional Honda air compressor, Lincoln Ranger 250 gas welder. 306-287-8062 Watson, SK

1969 IH 1600, 345 engine, 5+2, 14’ B&H, roll tarp, good 10.00x20 tires, looks and drives great, $4700. Call 306-781-2682, Kronau, SK. 1971 FORD 900, 534 V8 eng., 15 spd., full tandem, 20’ steel box, hoist and tarp, vg cond. $11,000. 306-861-4592 Weyburn SK 1976 FORD 700, 16’ grain B&H, 350 Chev motor, $6500. 306-567-7100, Imperial, SK.


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2006 International 9400i Grain Truck

435 HP Cummins ISX Engine,10 speed Eaton Autoshift Transmission, 3.55 rear axle ratio, New Cancade 20’ X 64” Grain Box, Hoist and Tarp, Fleet maintained southern truck, excellent condition


2005 T-800 KENWORTH, C-15 Cat, 435 HP, 12 fronts, 40 rears, 13 spd, 22.5 tires alum. 20’ new grain box, roll tarp, alum. tool box, rear hoist control, telescopic hoist, 684,720 kms, safetied, $58,500. 204-529-2339, Cartwright, MB. 2005 T800 KENWORTH, 475 HP, C15, new 20’ grain box, new paint all around, 5 yr. limited warranty, alum. mags, 12/40, 360 rear, new front tires, rear 75%, cruise, 13 spd. Eaton, $58,000. 204-825-7560, Cartwright, MB.

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

403-977-1624 or 403-528-7069

1973 MACK R600, 300 HP, 675 bu. box c/w new roll tarp, new head liner, looks and drives great, $15,000 OBO. Call Ron Chappell 306-222-6307, Langham, SK. 1975 FORD F600, 361 5 spd., 2 spd. axle, 15’ steel B&H, roll tarp, under 25,000 orig. miles, absolutely mint, shedded. 306-961-6499, Prince Albert, SK. 1978 INT. LOADSTAR 1800, tandem, 404 eng., 15 spd. or Fuller Roadranger trans., 20’ CIM B&H and roll tarp, low kms vg condition, $15,000. 306-368-2648, 306-231-8300, Lake Lenore, SK. 1980 CHEV C-60 grain truck with 55,500 kms, 1969 Ford F-750 tandem tag axle grain truck, 1967 Dodge 400 grain truck. Phillips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, October 22, 2011 Weyburn, SK. area. For sale bill, photos and video 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962. 1981 FORD 700, 16’ grain box, repainted, roll tarp, 8.2 Detroit dsl. motor rebuilt, 5+2 trans, almost new 22.5 radial tires w/rims, $14,500. 306-736-2770 Kipling SK 1981 FORD L8000, 19’ load line box, rear controls, V8 cat, 13 spd., diff lock. MB safety. $12,000. Call 306-435-7783, Moosomin, SK. 1984 IHC 1600 single axle C&C for parts. 7.3 dsl., 5 spd. trans., 2 spd. rear end, good rubber. $2000 OBO. 306-736-8273, Kipling, SK.

1994 KENWORTH T600, Detroit Series 60 engine, 10 spd. trans, 8 air bag suspension, 1.3M kms, current safety, would m a k e g o o d f a r m t r a c t o r. P h o n e 306-554-3256, Wynyard, SK.

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1999 KENWORTH T2000 N14 Cummins, 8 mpg average, new tires and batteries, Webasto combo heaters, AutoShift with clutch, anyone can drive it. Safetied before being parked, got office job or would still be driving. 306-522-4343 with job to right person, Regina, SK. 2007 KENWORTH T800, C15 Cat, 475 HP, 11R22.5 alum. mags, 12 front 40 rear, 3.55 ratio, Eaton’s 169 13 spd. ultrashift, new 20’x68” grain box w/telescopic hoist, rear controls, new paint all around, pintle hitch ready, 862,314 kms. $67,500 OBO. 204-825-7560, Cartwright, MB. 2007 MACK, 460 HP, 12 spd. Autoshift trans., new 20’ BH&T, alum. wheels, real nice shape, $64,500; 2007 Freightliner, 450 HP Mercedes, 10 spd., Autoshift w/clutch, 20’ BH&T, rear controls, A/T/C, jakes, 12/40 axles, alum. wheels, $68,500; 2001 Mack 460 HP Mack engine, 10 spd., Autoshift w/clutch, A/T/C, alum. wheels, 20’ BH&T, rear controls, 8 new rear tires, $53,500; 2003 IH 9200, Cat 400 HP, 18 s p d . , n ew 1 8 ’ B H & T, r e a r c o n t r o l s , $51,500; 2001 Western Star, ISX Cummins, 10 spd., 19-1/2’ BH&T, rear controls, $49,500; 1998 IH 9200, N14 Cummins, 460 HP, 13 spd., new 20’ BH&T, rear controls, $46,500; 2010 36’ grain trailer, air ride, alum. wheels, new cond., $33,500. All trucks safetied. Trades accepted. Arborfield, SK. Ph 306-276-7518, 306-862-1575 or 306-767-2616. DL #906768.

2007 STERLING, AUTOSHIFT, new 20’ grain box, choose your options and color. Starting at $59,900. Phone: 204-326-2600, Email: or Visit:

8 HD C&C’s, 2004 IH 7600’s. Cummins ISM 320, Allison MD 4560P, rear axles 46,000, front axle 16,000, double frame, A/T/C, PW. 3 units 224” WB, back of cab to centre of tandem 155”, end of frame 205”. 5 units 215” WB, back of cab to centre of tandem 146”, end of frame 207”. All 1995 GMC TOPKICK, 225,000 kms, new trucks located in Calgary, AB. Call Peter at motor, less than 50,000 kms, 3116 Cat Amtruck, 1-866-511-0007 or email us at motor, 10 spd. trans., single axle c/w 16’ box, Harsh hoist, $18,000. 403-443-2162, ATTENTION FARMERS: 14 tandem grain 403-443-9495, Three Hills, AB. trucks in stock. New Cancade boxes and 1997 FREIGHTLINER, 20’ BH&T, 350 HP new silage boxes. Yellowhead Sales, Cummins, 10 spd., box only 2 yrs. old, 306-783-2899, Yorkton. $33,000. 306-793-2897, Stockholm, SK. AUTOSHIFT TRUCKS AVAILABLE: Boxed 1998 FL80 FREIGHTLINER 3126, 300 tandems and tractor units. Contact David HP, 10 spd., tandem axle, 297,000 kms, 306-887-2094, 306-864-7055, Kinistino, Sask. truck since new, recent eng. work, SK. DL #316588. 12,600 fronts, 46,000 rears, c/w 3-way locks, $24,000. Can put gravel or grain box CHEV C50 AND C60 grain trucks w/B&H; on. Call Neil 306-231-8300, Humboldt, SK. Also, IHC 1600 LoadStar w/B&H. Phone 06-283-4747 or 306-291-9395 or 2001 DIESEL AUTOMATIC GMC Topkick, 3306-220-0429, Langham, SK. S/A, 18’ B&H, air control front and rear, new tarp. 306-338-2674, Kuroki, SK. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL MFG. for 2001 IHC 4900 DT 530, 300 HP, 10 spd. grain box pkgs., decks, gravel boxes, HD AC, alum. wheels, 180,000 miles, BC truck, combination grain and silage boxes, pup new CIM 20’ BH&T, fresh Sask. safety, trailers, frame alterations, custom paint, $46,900. Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212, complete service. Visit our plant at Humboldt, SK or call 306-682-2505 for prices. Perdue, SK. 2003 FREIGHTLINER FL80 tandem, 7 FORD 880 GRAIN TRUCK, tandem axle, spd., Cat diesel, air ride, 20’ ultracel BH&T, gas engine, 13 spd., 22.5 tires, air brakes, low miles, US rust free truck, $57,500. c/w B&H, $10,500. Call btwn 8 AM - 5 PM, Mon.- Fri. 780-875-1659 Lloydminster, AB. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. 2004 CH MACK 460, 18 spd., new 20’ BH&T; 1997 Mack CH 613, 400, 18 spd., alum. budds, w/new 20’ BH&T; 1996 F r e i g h t l i n e r C l a s s i c , w / 2 0 ’ B H & T. 306-356-4550, Dodsland, SK. DL #905231. 2004 IHC 7600, Cat 335 HP, 13 spd., AC, air ride, 450,000 kms, new CIM BH&T, Sask. safety, $53,900. Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK.

GRAIN BOX, 15’ sides and end wall only, near new tarp, always stored inside, vg cond. 306-859-7788, Beechy, SK.

2005 INT. 9200 tandem, air ride, Cummins, 10 spd. auto., 5th wheel, long frame, will take 20’ grain box. Call 306-280-4677, Saskatoon, SK. 2005 INTERNATIONAL 9400, Cat 430 HP, 10 spd. ultrashift, $62,500; 1995 Int. 9200, Cummins 300 HP, 10 spd., $32,500. 1-888-457-5918, Davidson, SK. DL #312974.

1988 KENWORTH semi-trailer tractor, 425 Cat motor (rebuilt). Selling at Fall Consignment Sale, Oct. 22, 2011, Redvers, SK. Key “M” Auction Services 306-452-3815. Website: PL#304543.

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.

1993 PETERBILT 379 tandem, 425 HP, Cat, 15 spd., air ride, AC, exc. cond., safetied, $24,500; 1992 Peterbilt 357 tandem, 525 HP, Cat, 18 spd., AC, air ride, 615,000 AUTOMATICS, AUTOMATICS, 2005- kms, Braden winch, vg, only $24,500; 2002 2006 FL Columbias, new 20’ B&H, $50,000. Sterling 400 Cat, 9 spd., single axle, only, 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. $14,500. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK.


1998 MACK AND 2000 Mack, 460, 13 spd., 12x40, 1100-22.5 rubber. 701-339-2323, Roblin, MB.

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; 2006 Freightliner Coronado, Detroit 515 HP, 13 spd, lockers, 890,000 kms, new BH&T. All units SK safetied. 306-270-6399, Saskatoon, SK. DL#316542

2005 Peterbilt 378,

C-13 Cat 430 HP engine, 10 Speed Eaton Ultrashift transmission, 3.55 axle ratio. New 11R 24.5 tires and all new aluminum rims. Can be purchased as a tractor or with a new 20’ X 64” grain box. Southern truck, fleet maintained.  New Dakota 41’ tri axle grain trailer for sale as well.


1999 VOLVO 610, day cab, V12 Volvo eng., 13 spd. Eaton Fuller trans., clean Western truck. Can supply grain or gravel box, $20,000. Call Neil 306-231-8300, Humboldt, SK.

2010 IH Lon e S ta r, 550 HP Cu m m in s IS X, 18 s p , 3:73 g ea rs , 13,200 fron t, 46,000 rea r, 4-w a y d iff. lock s , 22.5” a lloy w heels , 73” bu n k , 203,955 k m $109,900 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, 22.5” w heels , 3:70 g ea rs , 215 W B, 70” hig h-ris e bu n k , 386,641 k m . . . . . . . $6 9,000 2009 M a c k CXU6 13, DA Y CA B, 445 HP M P8, 10 s p A u tos hiftA S 3 3 p ed a l, 12/ 40, 22.5” w heels , 3:70 g ea rs , 215” W B. 838,000 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $54,900 2007 IH 9900I, 475 HP Cu m m in s IS X, 18 s p , 12/ 40, 244” W B, 22.5” a lloy w heels , 3-w a y d iff. lock s , 72” m id ris e bu n k , 673,000 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 2007 Fre ig htlin e r Cla s s ic , 515 HP Detroit, 13 s p , 12/ 40, 22.5” a lloy w heels , 3:73 g ea rs , 244” W B, 64” fla t-top bu n k , 518,017 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 2007 M a c k Ra w hid e , 460 HP, M a ck , 18 s p , 12/ 40, 24.5” a lloy w heels , 244” W B, m id -ris e bu n k , 3-w a y d iff. lock s , 812,513 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45,000 2007 M a c k Ra w hid e , 460 HP, M a ck , 18 s p , 12/ 46, 3:73 g ea rs , 238” W B. 24.5” a lloy w heels , 4-w a y lock s , m id -ris e bu n k , 891,395 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $49,900 2007 IH 9900I, 475 HP, Ca tC15, 18 s p , 12/ 40, 3:58 g ea rs , 22.5” a lloy w heels , 244” W B, 72” m id -ris e bu n k , 962,332 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $39,900 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 , 22.5” a lloy w heels , 240” W B. 72” hig h ris e bu n k w ith 2 bed s . . $49,900 2007 IH 9900I, Da y Ca b, 430 HP, Ca tC13, 10 s p , A u tos hift3 Ped a l, 12/ 40, 22.5” a lloy w heels , 240” W B, 3-w a y d iff. lock s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,000 2-2007 IH 9900I, 475 HP IS X Cu m m in s , 13 s p , 12/ 40, 24.5” a lloy w heels , 3:90 g ea rs , 70” m id -ris e bu n k , 244” W B, 781,525 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,000 2005 Fre ig htlin e r Colu m b ia , 445 HP Detroit, 10 s p , A u tos hift, 3 p ed a l, 12/ 40, 22.5” a lloy w heels , 70’” con d o bu n k , 1,267,000 k m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,900 D e c k w ith Roll Top , Cu rta in s id e 26’ lon g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,900 d lr# 0122.

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2- 2005 INTERNATIONAL 9400i’s, 1 Pro-sleeper, 1 daycab, ISX Cummins, 435 HP, 10 spd. Eaton auto trans, 40,000 lb. Eaton diffs, 3.90 ratio, alum. 22.5 wheels, tires 65%, ideal for grain or gravel box, 220” WB, clean unit. 204-338-1458, St. Andrews, MB. DL #5272.

3 Year C om plete StructuralW arranty In Stock and ready to w ork. Tandem s, Q uad’s, Tridom s & Super B ’s Turn table or 5th w heeltandem fronts available for Q uad trailers O PTIO N A L; quick detach C onvey-all conveyors unloading system Exceptionally clean design, high hopper clearance A llA lum inum w ith the best payload capacity O ur Prices can’t be beat!

Two Tandem Conveyer trailer demo units for sale – one with gas engine – one with diesel engine - available for immediate delivery – reduced price – improve ease and speed of seeding this fall!


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2009 PROSTAR EAGLE 550 ISX, 18 spd., 46, lockers, Espar heaters, loaded, only 260,000 kms, $89,000 OBO. 306-752-4909 Melfort, SK.

W900 KENWORTH 2005, shortnose, flat top, Beacons, headache rack, Cummins ISX 475 HP, safetied, excellent, $40,000 OBO. Must sell. 204-981-4291, 204-632-5334 leave msg, Winnipeg, MB.

2009 VOLVO VNL64T, 535 HP D16 Volvo 18 spd., 13,200 front, 46,000 rears, 3.91 ratio, 24.5 rubber on alum. wheels, roo bumpers, white, loaded up interiors, good solid western trucks, certified units. App r o x . 8 0 0 , 0 0 0 k m s , $ 5 9 , 9 0 0 . Tw o available. 306-230-0050, Saskatoon, SK.

WE CAN NOW give 2 yr. or 350,000 km full powertrain warranty on any truck 2001 or newer!! 2007 Kenworth T800, 14/46, 475 Cat, 18 spd., 4-way lockers, extra clean, safetied, $59,500; 2007 Peterbilt 379, w/C13 Cat, 445 HP, 10 spd., 244” WB, 22.5 rubber at 75%, just hauled mail Winnipeg to Calgary, very clean, safetied, $36,500; 2007 Freightliner Columbia, 475 Cat, 18 spd., 14/46, full lockers, 1.1M kms, safetied, $48,500; 2005 Kenworth T800, 475 Cat, 18 spd., 14.6/46, 22.5 on all alum., 3.9 ratio, safetied, $49,500; 2- 2005 Kenworth T800 C13 Cat, 13 spd., 855,000 kms, 12/40, 38” flat top bunk, $37,500; 2007 Freightliner Classic flat top, 460 Mercedes under warranty, 763,000 kms, 13 spd., 3-way lockers, $45,000; 2003 Western Star daycab, 16/46, C15 Cat, 18 spd., $28,500; 2006 Freightliner Columbia daycab, heavy specs, 475 Cat, 18 spd., Eaton AutoShift, lockers, $47,500; 2000 Volvo, 14/46, 13 spd., 500 HP Detroit, lockers, clean, $19,900; 2002 IH 9900 flat top heavy spec w/lockers, 52”, 430/470 Detroit, 15 spd., $26,000; 2000 Western Star 4694, mid roof, 475 Cat, 13 spd., 244” WB, clean and safetied, $29,500. T. Edkins Semi Truck and Trailer Ltd., Terry 204-825-7043 or Ken 204-362-0116. For pics and more info Winkler, MB.

2009 W900-L KENWORTH, 300,000 kms, 525 ISX, 18 spd., lockers; 2007 IH 9900, C15 Cat, 18 spd., lockers; 2007 daycab, 379S, Pete, ISX Cummins, 46 diff, 18 spd.; 2006 W-900 Kenworth, daycab, Cat 500, 18 spd., 46 diffs.; 2005 T800 Kenworth, C15, 18 spd., 46 diffs, lockers; 2004 379 Pete, Cat motor; 2005 Freightliner Classic, 475 Cat, Eaton AutoShift, w/clutch, 46 diff., lockers; 2005 IH 9200 daycab, 430 Cat, 10 spd., 900,000 kms; 2002 T800 Kenworth, ISM 400, 10 spd.; 2001 and 2003 CH613 Mack, 460, 18 spd., 46 diff, lockers; 1998 Western Star 425 Cat, 18 spd., 46 diffs, lockers; FL80 S/A van body w/power tailgate or box or deck, Cummins diesel, 10 spd., air ride. Dodsland, SK. 306-356-4550. DL #905231.

2010 INT. LONESTAR, 525 Cummins, 18 spd., eng. and bunk heaters, Roo bumper, 12 fronts, 46 rears, 24.5 rubber, 270,000 2000 CX MACK, day cab, 460, 18 spd., kms; 2008 Wilson Super B grain trailers, long enough for 20’ grain box, Sask. truck white, aluminum budds, 22.5 rubber, new s i n c e n e w, $ 2 2 , 0 0 0 . C a l l N e i l rubber on lead. $175,000 for unit, or $110,000/ $65,000. Will separate. Can 306-231-8300, Humboldt, SK. 2001 MACK CH613, c/w 2007 JBS manure email pictures. 306-272-7842, Margo, SK. spreader w/twin vertical beaters, $75,000. Also c/w Trimble GPS. Will consider all seANYONE CAN DRIVE SPECIAL: 2001 rious offers. 403-443-1535, Trochu, AB. Mack Vision, 10 spd. autoshift, 40,000 rears, 12,000 fronts, locking diffs, exc. 1999 STERLING TANDEM, deck truck 24’, tires, rebuilt 5th wheel, wet kit, numerous 400 Cat, 13 spd., 450,000 kms, Sask. safeupgrades, c/w 2007 Midland gravel trailer, t y , $ 2 3 , 9 0 0 . C a m - D o n M o t o r s tub style, good tires, good tarp, would 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK. work great for silage. Will consider selling 1986 IHC 1850 Cargo Star, 466 dsl., 5 spd. separately. $42,000 OBO. 306-535-7957, auto, only 160,000 kms, 1900 gal. water Regina, SK. tank, c/w 4 cyl. aux. dsl. pump and spray bars. X-city, well maintained, $8900. CamHODGINS HEAVY TRUCK CENTRE: Don Motors 306-237-4212 Perdue, SK 2007 Peterbilt 379L, Cummins 500 HP, 18 spd., $64,500; 2006 Peterbilt 379, Cat 475 CONCRETE PUMP TRUCK for sale, 2006 , 18 spd., $53,500; 2006 IH 9400, Cum- Mack, with Concorde 38 metre Z-boom, 2001 9400 IH HEAVY spec truck, fronts HP 500 HP, 13 spd., 46 rears, $35,500; $150,000. 306-369-2276, Bruno, SK. 20,000, rears 46,000, full 4-way lockers, mins 1999 Kenworth W900L, Detroit 500 HP, 13 2004 STERLING w/2009 GOLDENVIEW 18 spd. trans., Cat engine, 470 HP, single spd., $25,500; 1999 IH 9900, Cat 475 HP, BALE DECK, 17 bales, 450 Mercedes eng., turbo, only 160,000 kms. 174 wheelbase, 18 spd., 46 rears, $22,500; Daycabs: 2001 18 spd., 46 rears, full lockers, upgraded 2 4 ’ f r a m e , c l e a n t r u c k , $ 6 6 , 0 0 0 . International 9100, Cat 430 HP, 10 spd., bale deck w/roll chain, used 1 season, 2 0 4 - 7 4 3 - 2 3 2 4 , C y p r e s s R i v e r, M B . $22,500; 2004 Kenworth T300, Cummins 315 HP, 10 spd., $24,500; 2002 Sterling exc., $95,000. 306-883-7077, Leoville, SK. 2001 FREIGHTLINER CLASSIC, 60 series Acterra, Cat 300 HP, 9 spd., 24’ van body, S E E D A N D / O R C H E M I C A L TOT E S Detroit, 1 million kms. w/recent rebuild, $19,500. 1-888-457-5918 at Davidson, SK. TRUCK, 1976 Chev, 6500 3 ton, 5 and 2 new clutch, 18 spd, 40 rears, safetied DL #312974. trans., Hiab 1165 crane, 21’ reach, 16’ $21,000. 306-921-5230, Melfort, SK. B&H, tag axle, 366 motor, $18,000 complete or $14,000 for crane, truck $6,000. 2004 FREIGHTLINER CORNADO, heavy For pictures call 306-536-0207 Francis SK. specs, sleeper damage on one side, $15,000. 780-990-8412, Edmonton, AB. SURPLUS GOVERNMENT TRUCKS and equipment. 3/4 ton-5 ton, cab and chas2005 COLUMBIA FREIGHTLINER DAYsis, service trucks, bucket trucks, etc. ARE CAB CL120, Detroit 60 series, 470-500 HP, and Range Rider canopies and service 12,000 front, 40,000 rear, c/w wet kit, caps. exc. cond., 306-752-2873, 306-752-4692, Saskatoon, SK., 306-668-2020 DL#90871. Melfort, SK. 2005 FREIGHTLINER COLUMBIA w/condo sleeper, 515 HP Detroit, 13 spd., 12x40 axles, 4-way lockers, air ride, lots of extra chrome, 80% tires, truck looks and runs like new w/only 483,000 kms, int. READY FOR WORK and ready to make you still has plastic on some of it, metallic money! This 1986 Kenworth tandem axle brown paint, all polished alum. 24.5 rims. semi tractor with only 435,775 kms has a Asking $49,000 OBO. 204-937-7079, fresh safety done and is ready to work. Has A/T/C and the best Cummins diesel 204-937-2803, Roblin, MB. engine out there. Air ride suspension and 2005 INT. 9200 tandem, air ride, Cum- looks awesome, well kept. Come on down mins, 10 spd. auto., 5th wheel, long frame, to 380 Quebec St. Regina, SK to see this 1993 IHC NAVISTAR feed truck, 43,000 will take 20’ grain box. Call 306-280-4677, sharp truck for yourself or call Dezi Jones kms, IHC 466 eng, auto. trans, new recap Saskatoon, SK. tires c/w 2002 Knight 3050 feed box, com306-522-1777 for more info or financing. mercial grade heavy augers, hyd. slide un2006 KENWORTH T800, 470 HP, 13 load gate, scales both sides read out as spd., lockers. Call 306-280-4677, Saskawell in the cab, 500 cu. ft. mixing capacity, toon, SK. 10,000 lb. rolled grain. Excellent condition! 2007 FREIGHTLINER FLD120, 515 DeAlways stored inside! $42,000. Call Jordan S a s ka to o n Regin a W in n ip eg troit, 70” mid-roof, 11x24.5 rubber, anytime 403-627-9300, Pincher Creek, AB. 306-931-1911 306-569-9021 204-694-3874 770,000 kms, asking $58,000. Call Dave DL #907370 1995 IHC 8100 single axle, c/w truck 306-536-0548, Rouleau, SK. mount, 195 NH manure spreader w/top N EW AN D US ED GRAIN & GRAV EL TRUCK S 2007 INT. 9900i, American Eagle, 550,000 beater, M11 Cummins, 9 spd. trans., good FOR S AL E miles, 500 HP ISX Cummins, 13 spd. Ultrarubber, all in good cond. Truck has not shift trans., 355 gears, 72” bunk, moose done any custom work. $25,000 OBO. bumper, 80% left on tires, very nice truck. 306-736-8273, Kipling, SK. Just been safetied. $48,000. Pilot Butte, SK. 306-737-5579. S ee a ll inventory a nd productdeta ils a t

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2007 INTERNATIONAL 9900i, 500 Cummins, 18 double over Eaton trans, engine/ bunk Webasto, Webasto Blue Cool for bunk, clutch and trans couple months old, brand new rebuilt motor, burgundy ext. w/black and gold decal, grey interior. Pictures available upon request! Briercrest, SK. Please call 306-630-3178 or email A F F O R DA B L E T RU C K S. C a l l L a r r y at 306-563-8765, Canora, SK.

N OW AV AIL ABL E: 2009 K en w o rth T6 6 0, 62" ACAD, IS X 485hp , 18 s p d , 13.2/46 a xles , 3.91 ra tio , 4 w a y lo cks , 418,000 km s 2- 2008 K en w o rth W 9 00B 62” ACAD, C15 ca t, 18 s p d , 12/46 a xles , 3.73 ra tio , 4 w a y lo ck u p s , 823,000 to 986,000km s 2008 T8 00 EDC Ta n d em G ra in Tru ck s , IS X 485hp , 18 s p d , 12/s u p er 40’s , 4.10 ra tio , PD/T C, 810,000-836,000 km s 5 left – 2008 T8 00 Exten d ed D a y C a b s , IS X 485hp , 18s p d , 12/s u p er 40’s , 4.10 ra tio , PD/T C 643,000 to 836,000 km s 2006 K en w o rth T8 00 72” ACAD , C15, 475hp , 13s p d u ltra , 12/46 a xles , 3.58 ra tio , fu ll lo ck u p s , 1,050,000km s 2008 M a ck D a y C a b , M P8 485hp , 18 s p d , 12/46 a xle, 4.10 ra tio , w etkit, b ea co n s , hea d a che ra ck, m o o s e b u m p er, 327,000 km s 2005 L o a d k in g S u per B G ra in Tra ilers ** check o u t w eb s ite fo r m o re pictu res a n d o ther  u n its a va ila b le fo r s a le a t w w w .cu s to m tru ck .ca COM IN G S OON : 2005 k en w o rth W 9 00B 72” ACF , C15 475hp , 18 s p d , 13.2/46 a xles , 3.91 ra tio , 230” W B, fu ll lo ck u p s , 1,327,000 km s 2005 K en w o rth W 9 00B 62" ACF , CI5 475hp , 13.2/ 46 a xles , 3.91 ra tio , fu ll lo cks , 1,328,000 km s 2002 K en w o rth T300 Ta n d em , Ca b & Cha s s is , 300hp , IS C, 10s p d , 295,000 km s CALL FOR PRICING AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Saskatoon: 1-800-268-4222 Regina: 1-800-463-9333 Winnipeg: 1-800-850-1411

SELLING BY UNRESERVED AUCTION Saturday, October 22, Whitecourt, AB., the Estate of Alex Davio, phone Lois Davio, 780-706-5739. 2011 FREIGHTLINER CORONADO, Detroit DD15, 18 spd., 10,696 kms, c/w Brandon 15’ B&H, pup e q u i p p e d , p r i s t i n e c o n d i t i o n . V i ew 1986 FORD 9000 tandem gravel truck, w/15’ box, new tarp, safetied. Phone 306-275-2007, St. Brieux, SK. GRAVEL, 2002 IH SA diesel, 11’ dump, hydraulic brakes, $26,000. BUCKET TRUCK, FL diesel, SA, auto, $16,000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, 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. 2008 CHU613 MACK PINNACLE HD, 485 HP, loaded, 18 spd., 12/46 , 522,000 kms, 24.5 all alum., w/16’ new gravel box, power tarp, air ride cab, pintle hitch ready, $80,000 OBO 204-825-8755 Cartwright MB


NEW AND USED dump boxes from 12’-16’; over 15 fire engines; 2 100’ ladder trucks, low mileage units under 40,000 miles; 2 units being wrecked w/late style Cummins eng; 1979 IH rescue truck, only 34,000 miles, DT466 engine, only $8900. Many other trucks, foam and water trucks, low mileage. Phone: 204-667-2867, fax: 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB.

2008 FORD ESCAPE Ltd., leather and sunroof with 132,000 kms. Phillips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auction, on Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. area. Visit for sale bill, photos and video. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962.


CEDAR AND PINE LOG SIDING, 6” and 8” wide. Log home and cabin packages. Wood flooring. 1-800-960-3388, Rouck Bros., Lumby, BC ROUGH LUMBER: 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 1” boards, windbreak slabs, bull rails, 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, 10x10, all in stock. Custom sizes on order. Log siding, cove siding, lap siding, shiplap, 1” and 2” tongue and groove. V&R Sawing, 306-232-5488, Rosthern, SK. LOG SIDING, ASPEN, PINE, BIRCH tongue and groove V-joint. Solid wood flooring, Sansin Envirostain wood coatings. Phone 306-889-4341, 306-873-0023 Mistatim, SK

BARN WOOD IN BULK: 110 yr. old de nailed stacked and bundled, approx. 3,000 sq. ft. 1” material and 3000 sq. ft. of 2”, assorted sizes and amounts, pine and fir; Also assorted beams, fence posts, doors and hardware. Serious inquiries only. Call Craig 403-877-8053, Sundre, AB. 2000 FREIGHTLINER 28’ flat deck tandem, PINE AND POPLAR: 1” and 2” V-joint, shipCat diesel, 8 spd., air ride, AC, no rust, lap, log siding, etc. Phone 306-862-5088, California truck, 157,000 miles, $28,500. Nipawin, SK. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. 2002 PETERBILT 330 24’ van truck, Cat diesel, Allison auto, low miles, no rust, lift CONTINUOUS METAL ROOFING, no exg a t e , A C , a i r r i d e , o n l y, $ 2 4 , 5 0 0 . posed screws to leak or metal overlaps. 306-946-8522, Watrous, SK. Ideal for lower slope roofs, rinks, churchpig barns, commercial, arch rib buildCAN-AM TRUCK EXPORT LTD., Delisle, SK, es, and residential roofing. For info. call 1-800-938-3323. 1987 IHC 1954 single ing 306-435-8008, Wapella, SK axle tractor, DT 466, 10 spd., $7000; 930 Case tractor w/dozer blade, $3500; 1989 R Model Mack, 300 HP, 15 spd., 40 rears, $6500; 1994 FLD120, 40” bunk, Series 60, 13-40, new inframe 2009, $15,000; 1999 STEEL I-BEAMS most 35’ long, starting Freightliner Columbia, Series 60, 13-40, $9/lineal ft.; Others- heavier, $10/ft.; HD $16,500; 1998 FL120, 40” bunk, N-14, press, $1200. 306-728-5550, Melville, SK. 13-40, $16,000; 1996 Western Star daycab 3 4 0 6 , 4 7 5 H P, 1 8 - 4 6 , 4 - w ay l o c k s , $22,000; 30’ pup trailer, $4500; 1999 48’ Hi-boy, air ride, $12,000; 1999 IHC 4900, DT 466, 6 spd., w/20’ van unit, $12,500; STEEL BUILDINGS, REDUCED Factory In1998 GM 7500 cabover, 3176 Cat, auto, ventory: 30x36 – Reg $15,850 Now w/22’ van unit, $12,500; 2004 IHC 7600, $12,600, 36x58 – Reg $21,900 Now 325 HP, Cummins, 16 front, 46 rears, auto, $18,800, 48x96 – Reg $48,700 Now air ride, 126,000 kms w/new 21’x64” Can- $41,900, 81x130 – Reg $121,500 Now cade box, $80,000; 1999 Freightliner Clas- $103,900. Source# 1B3, 1-800-964-8335. sic N14, 18 fronts, 46 rears, wet kit, $18,000; 1982 M&M, 20’ end dump trailer, new safety, $12,000; 2001 Volvo cabover, Cummins 325 HP, Allison auto, will take LOOKING FOR a building mover in Winni20’ box, $18,000; 2 diesel fuel delivery peg, MB area to move a 54x72’ building. trucks available, $18,000 each; 2000 October deadline, no permits required. Western Star, daycab, 3406 Cat, 18 fronts, 204-895-9291 or 46 rears, 4-way locks, $27,000; 2002 IHC 9400 daycab, C15 Cat, 18 fronts, 40 rears, 3-way locks, $27,000; 1998 Western Star, PRIVE BUILDING MOVERS Ltd.! Bonded, 475 Cat, 13 spd., 16 fronts, 69,000 rears, licensed for SK. and AB. Fully insured. w/locks, new CIM 24’ silage grain unit, Moving all types and sizes of buildings. $80,000; 1975 Ford 8000 gravel truck, sin- Call Andy 306-625-3827, Ponteix, SK. gle axle w/13’ box, $5000; 1985 IHC 1954 w/Hydro-Vac unit, only 58,000 kms, $24,000; Gen sets available. Financing available OAC. for other listings. DL #910420. GOVERNMENT GRANTS, LOANS for new and existing farms and businesses. 2011 GRAND CARAVAN SXT+, Stow N Go, 1-800-226-7016 ext. 10. DVD, rear air, alum. wheels, $24,955, 0 down, $164/bi-weekly. Wynyard, SK. INDEPENDENT BULK FUEL and oil reseller 1-800-667-4414, business with home incl. Owner retiring. 204-659-5212, St. Martin, MB. www.SaskLand4Sale .com Beautiful WANTED: AWD MINIVAN, any year, under acreage at Petrofka Bridge. Progressive 100,000 kms. 306-548-4733, Canora, SK. Apple Orchard (market garden opportunity), located on the North Sask. river, 55kms north of Saskatoon. This 35 acre property features a 1,664 sq.ft. bungalow with processing/retail building. MLS® 410521. Ed Bobiash, RE/MAX Saskatoon, SK. 306-222-7770.

WELDING, General Repair, Fabricating Shop. Servicing a large area, wholesale distributor, all equipment included, 6944 s q . f t . b u i l d i n g . E x c e l l e n t vo l u m e , $159,000. Also 1180 sq. ft. home in vg shape, $137,000 in Marcelin, SK. Del Rue, 306-242-8221, Royal LePage Saskatoon SK WELL-ESTABLISHED corral and feedlot cleaning business for sale in south central SK. Complete line of well maintained equipment and extensive clientele list. Serious inquiries only to 306-484-4444, Govan, SK. GRAVEL PIT for sale, in RM of Arborfield #456. For more information call 306-769-8896, Arborfield, SK. MARKINCH- UNIQUE BAR, food operation, good numbers, priced under $100,000. YELLOW GRASS- Restaurant, lounge, could support confectionery store and liquor vendor. SEDLEY- Good building, living quarters, liquor, food and rooms income. Priced to sell. WOLSELEY- Beautiful character hotel with good volumes, also liquor vendor income. REGINA- Large volume bar and beer store. NORTH- Hwy. 6, 12 room motel and living quarters. Brian Tiefenbach 306-536-3269, 306-525-3344, NAI Commercial Real Estate (Sask) Ltd 24” STONE FLOUR MILL, with sifter, 400 lb. food mixer, 8” roller mill, 3- 80 bu. plastic hopper bottom bins. Food grade quality. 204-566-2353, Oak River, MB TIM HAMMOND REALTY Turn key business in the busy community of Langenburg, SK. located on the Yellowhead Hwy close to major Potash expansion. 8,300 sq. ft. incl. 6 lane bowling alley w/licensed 56 seat restaurant and 64 seat meeting/ lounge area. Building and equip. in exc. cond. w/many new upgrades. $350,000 MLS 409520 Guy Shepherd 306-434-8857 AUCTION: 200 acre farm with house and multi use facility 50x200’ for many types of businesses or farm use. Camrose, AB area. On-line bidding Wed. Oct. 12th and closes Wed., October 19th. Call Hodgins Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075! SK. PL# 915407. AB. PL# 180827. WELL ESTABLISHED BUTCHER SHOP in the thriving community/city of Yorkton, SK. Sale includes 7 city lots, 3100 sq. ft. meat shop, all equipment, and 20x40 garage. Must sell due to health. Serious inquiries only. Call Bill 306-783-5512 or 306-782-8876 or BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Wonder Bread franchise for sale in NW Sask. Territory can be managed by 2 or 3 people. Over 90 existing wholesale customers. Ideal family business. Only serious inquiries please. WANTED: GAS BARS and convenience stores, strip malls, apartment blocks, commercial land. Phone Bill Nesteroff 306-497-2668, Re/Max Saskatoon. Email

FARM CHEMICAL/ SEED COMPLAINTS TURBO CORRAL CLEANING. Two trucks We also specialize in: Crop insurance ap- with spreaders and Cat. Reasonable rates. peals; Chemical drift; Residual herbicide; 306-228-2466, 306-228-8355, Unity, SK. Custom operator issues; Equipment malfunction. Qualified Agrologist on staff. Call Back-Track Investigations for assistance regarding compensation, 1-866-882-4779. CUSTOM COMBINER NEEDED for 1200 acres of flax. 306-426-2305, Smeaton, SK. CUSTOM COMBINING 40’ header and PU header, reasonable rates. Based out of Ponteix, SK, will go anywhere. 250-808-3605. CUSTOM COMBINING IN Saskatoon area. Will travel for larger jobs. Professional Service. 306-227-4503. CUSTOM HARVESTING- Swathing, Combining and Grain Drying. Cereal and Specialty crops. Call Murray: 306-759-2535, cell: 306-631-1411, Tugaske, SK TROY SANDERSON HARVESTING booking harvesting acres for the 2011 season. For more info., phone Troy 306-831-9776 or fax 306-882-2300, Rosetown, SK. Email CUSTOM COMBINING for southern Sask., with 2 JD combines. 306-861-4361, 306-861-4793.

OVERWINTER YOUR COWS or pregnant heifers in Southern Alberta with its milder winters! Good facilities available. Prices negotiable. Call 403-739-2608 for more information. Enchant, AB. WANTED: UP TO 300 COWS to winter with silage and grain, exper. cattleman. 306-641-9722, 306-782-8717, Yorkton, SK CUSTOM FEEDING AVAILABLE Will custom feed, background, condition or develop your heifers, steers or bulls including calves, yearlings, and herd bulls. For more i n fo c a l l I va n at 2 0 4 - 7 6 3 - 4 6 9 6 o r 204-724-6271, Carberry, MB. WILL CUSTOM FEED approx. 150 dry cows for 2011-2012 winter. Will not calve out. 780-698-3945, Thorhild, AB.

KSW CUSTOM CHOPPING, JD SP chopper, live bottom trucks, 19 yrs. experience, reasonable rates. For all your alfalfa cereal and corn silage needs call Kevin 306-947-2812, 306-221-9807, Hepburn SK

853 BOBCAT skid steer, bucket, 12-16.5 tires, very good tread, $13,500. Call 204-795-9192, Plum Coulee, MB. S60 GENIE MANLIFT, 4 cyl. Ford engine (rigged for dual fuel), 4x4, 6622 hrs on machine, exc. tires, new hose track, runs and works excellent, $24,000 OBO. Delivery available. 403-638-3934, Sundre, AB. ON HAND: 19 skidsteers, 12 backhoes, 9 telescopic lifts, 17 loaders, 2 crawlers, 3 excavators, 1 grader, 2 Ditch Witches. Website: or phone 306-231-8111, Humboldt, SK. 17 YARD BUCYRUS-ERIE scraper, hyd. conversion, good condition. $25,000 OBO. 306-338-2674, Kuroki, SK. 2 4 ” X 4 8 ’ PA R K E R S C R E E N I N G p l a n t . 306-482-5121, Carnduff, SK. NEW LOADER/SKID STEER TIRES C AT 9 5 0 wheel loader, G.P. bucket, 20.5x25 20 ply $1496; 10x16.5 10 ply 20.5x25 tires, SN #58800317, $23,000. $179; 12x16.5 ply $219; 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.8x38 12 ply $826; 20.5x25 24 Call 204-795-9192, Plum Coulee, MB. ply $1610; 13.00-24 12 ply $436; 17.5x25 EQUIPMENT RENTALS: Excavators, 24 ply $809. Factory-direct, no middleDozers, Loaders, Compactors, Zoom men. Combine, tractor, implement tires Booms, and more. Call: Conquest Equip- also available. ment, 306-483-2500, Oxbow, SK. or email: 1-800-667-4515. 2000 VOLVO ROLL OFF TRUCK w/4 30’ 48”x32’ FINE MATERIALS, wash screw on boxes, LS 98 link belt dragline, 50’ boom, chassis, new wear plates on screw, fair lead and bucket; Two 20 and 40 ton $18,000. 306-945-7730, Waldheim, SK. cranes, 4x4; JCB 530B HL telescopic, 24’ F O R S A L E : J D 2 0 6 6 4 4 J l o a d e r, reach; Pettibone telescopic, 40’ reach; Scissor lifts, 16-52’ lift; Noble rear trailer 306-821-6044, Lloydminster, SK. mount forklift; 20 other forklifts from 2 to 2001 KOBELKO SK60, excavator with 10 ton; JD 401D backhoe loader; 4 skidthumb and blade, $22,500. Creston, BC. steers (NH, JD, Bobcat and Case); Over 50 250-431-8162 skidsteer attachments; Air compressors CAT 621E MOTOR scraper, new front rub- from 125 to 750 CFM; Over 100 buckets ber, new engine, rebuilt torque and trans. and rakes for excavators; 10 push-type Asking $105,000. Call 780-213-1101 or lawnmower’s, $50/each; Hundreds of other items. (Phone) 204-667-2867, (Fax) 306-769-8777, Arborfield, SK. 204-667-2932, Winnipeg, MB. HYDRAULIC SCRAPERS: LEVER 60, 70, 80, and 435, 4 - 20 yd. available, rebuilt 2011 BOBCAT S650, 2 speed, high flow hyfor years of trouble-free service. Lever draulics, A91 package, 75 hrs., $50,000 OBO. 306-452-7931, Redvers, SK. Holdings Inc, 306-682-3332, Muenster SK 15 - SET OF TRACK CHAINS for various 1997 JD 862B elevating motor scraper, units; 900 track rollers for excavators and 5300 hrs, near new rubber, good paint, vg, Crawler tractors at reduced prices. $58,000. 306-536-5055, Lumsden, SK. 204-667-2867(Phone) 204-667-2932 (Fax) TWO 2006 MIDLAND XL2000’s, power tack Winnipeg, MB. end dump, asphalt overhang, $32,000 OBO. 204-721-1154, Brandon, MB. BARGER PARTS INC. is celebrating 30 years in business. Enjoy our celebration savings for all your crushing equipment parts needs. Parts available for all makes of cones, jaws, rolls, screen decks, washing equipment, conveyor parts, including idlers, rollers and reducers for all makes and models. Call Pete Gerrard at 1-866-434-6700.

TTS BALE HAULING LTD. custom round picking and hauling. Two self-loading/unloading units, 17- 34 bales. Ph. Tyson 306-867-4515, 306-855-2010, Glenside SK ROUND BALE PICKING and hauling, load and unload. 306-974-3314, Saskatoon, SK. SELF-LOADING/UNLOADING round bale truck. Max. capacity 34 bales. Custom hauling throughout AB and SK. Call Bernd, Bales on Wheels, Ardrossan, AB, 403-795-7997 or 780-922-4743. CUSTOM BALE HAULING, 17 bale self loading and stacking unit. 306-445-1484 or 306-946-7438, Saskatoon, SK.

D4H CAT DOZER for sale, S/N 8PB03844, cab w/heater, 6-way blade, new undercarriage, 7600 hrs. Good condition. Ph. 403-601-3196, High River, AB. 16 YARD GARWOOD scraper, hyd. conversion, $14,500 OBO; Set of 12 rebuilt D6D track rollers, $1200. 204-727-0925 or 204-726-9414 eves. Brandon, MB. 8 1/2 YARD LEON pull scraper, good condition, $16,500. 306-231-7318, or 306-682-4520, Humboldt, SK. 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. LOADER BACKHOE, ex government, 4x4, extend-a-hoe. 780-307-5948, Morinville, AB. CLIFF’S USED CRAWLER PARTS. Some o l d e r C at s , I H a n d A l l i s C h a l m e r s . 780-755-2295, Edgerton, AB.

FARM/CORPORATE PROJECTS. Call A.L. Management Group for all your borrowing BRUSH MULCHING. The fast, effective and lease requirements. 306-790-2020, way to clear land. Four season service, Regina, SK. competitive rates, multiple units. Borysiuk Contracting, 306-960-3804, Prince AlDEBTS, BILLS AND charge accounts too bert, SK. high? Need to resolve prior to spring? Call WANTED: HOME BASED business that can us to develop a professional mediation NEUFELD ENT. CORRAL CLEANING, plan, resolution plan or restructuring plan. payloader, Bobcat w/rubber tracks, vertiUSED BELTING, 12” to 84” wide for feed- be relocated. Reply to Box 703, White City, Call toll free 1-888-577-2020. cal beater spreaders. Custom fencing. ers and conveyors, lots of 30” 1-1/8” SK, S4L 5B1. 306-220-5013, 306-467-5013, Hague, SK. thick for lowbeds in stock. Ph Dave, Wainwright, AB, 780-842-2491 eves/weekends. RANCH OIL CONTRACTING LTD has 2 vertical beater truck mounted manure NEW SHIPMENT OF used belting, various BANDSAW BLADES: wood, metal, meat, spreaders and JD wheel loader for hire in Thriving Furniture R etailStore and lengths and widths to 70” wide. NW SK. and NE AB. For all your corral custom made. Steelmet Supply, Saska306-933-9877, Saskatoon, SK. Prem ises for sale in M aple C reek, SK. toon, 1-800-667-3046. cleaning needs please call David or Joanna CHAMPION GRADER PARTS, Model D600 to 760, 1972 to 1986, engines, trans, 306-238-4800, Goodsoil, SK. Step up to this fun and rew arding hyd. pumps, etc. Call Wes 306-682-3367 career opportunity. J.W. COMMERCIAL leave message, Humboldt, SK. Established, proven revenue PAINTING CAT 70 HYDRAULIC SCRAPER, new Cat SPY HILL HISTORY, Volume 2. Cheque or FARM CHEMICAL/ SEED COMPLAINTS cutting edges, good tires, good condition, generator. money order $65 to: History Book, Box 36, We also specialize in: Crop insurance apn g Exterior offertilizer bins, $ 2 5 , 5 0 0 O B O . L a n g e n b u r g , S K i z li a Spy Hill, SK, S0A 3W0. 306-534-2143. i barns, houses, lightning peals; Chemical drift; Residual herbicide; Sp ec n : C all 306-743-7980 or 306-743-2292. i rods & seam less eavestrough Custom operator issues; Equipment mal1-306-662-3612 or 1-306-662-3090 D7G CAT, bush canopy, angle dozer, hyd. function. Qualified Agrologist on staff. Call 825 Hochela g a St. E. M oose Ja w , SK S6 H 0R2 tilt, excellent undercarriage, good working Back-Track Investigations for assistance w w w .w es w cond., $37,500. 306-794-4521, Grayson SK Phone: 306 -54 1 -1 1 35 regarding compensation, 1-866-882-4779. GLASLYN POWER & EQUIP. & SERVICE Em a il: jim w illia m son7 3@ g m a HYDRAULIC PULL SCRAPERS 10-25 Business.- Located at the Junction of BRUSH MULCHING-ENVIRO-FRIENDLY yards, excellent condition; Loader and Hwy. #3 and 4. Glaslyn is the gateway to s c r a p e r t i r e s , c u s t o m c o nv e r s i o n s land clearing, fence lines, ditch cleangreat hunting and fishing, therefore, ing, fire break protection, under brush available; Looking for Cat cable scrapers. W I N D O W S ! W I N D O W S ! there’s opportunity to add quads, snowmocleaning, etc. Contracting - fencing and Quick Drain Sales Ltd., Muenster, SK. biles, boats and trailers to the existing inSaskatchewan's Largest Stocking ventory. The 10,000 sq. ft. building has ON-LINE BIDDING EVENT: Quality corrals, farm buildings, post building con- 306-231-7318 or 306-682-4520. Window Dealer Is Proud To Announce Western Professional and Casual struction c/w your color choice for steel C AT L O A D E R 9 3 8 G , l o w h o u r s , Saskatchewan's Lowest Discount Window the room to expand. With oil activity in the vicinity, this could be a very profitable Wo m e n s C l o t h i n g P a c k a g e : O v e r metal. Journeyman status in carpentry. 780-307-5948, Morinville, AB. Prices Featuring Energy Saving Low E $65,000 Retail - Brand Names! Open- Serving Saskatchewan and Alberta. Reaventure. Turnkey operation MLS® 393362. And Argon At No Extra Cost To You!!! Call Lloyd Ledinski, Re/Max of the Battle- ing Bid: $3,500. Bids close October 13, sonable rates. 306-480-9160, North BattleSee our Showroom for the best selection fords, North Battleford, SK., 306-446-8800 Noon. 306-652-4334, Saskatoon, SK. ford, SK. Email: & savings in Sask. C h e c k t e r m s a n d c o n d i t i o n s a t or 306-446-0512. Take Home Windows Feature! AGRICULTURAL BASED BUSINESS for 4T CONTRACTORS INC. Custom fencing, mulching, corral cleaning and sale, dealing in cattle and silage supplies, Low E ✔Argon ✔No Charge ✔ bobcat services. Metal siding and plus much more. Must sell due to health. Sealed Picture Windows .........From $99.99 roofs. Will do any kind of work. 306-782-1710 days, Yorkton, SK. Horizontal/Vertical Gliders.....From $129.99 WANTED: USED 185 CFM or larger air 306-329-4485, 306-222-8197, AsFLOOR GUARD GARAGE MAT DEALER compressor suitable for sandblasting, quith, SK. Casement Windows..............From $225.99 OPPORTUNITY, areas still available. w/wo motor 3 phase electric preferred. REGULATION DUGOUTS: 120x60x14’ Basement Awning Windows. From $163.80 Excellent profits. 306-536-6508, Regina, 306-662-2198, Maple Creek, SK. $1800; 160x60x14’ $2600; 180x60x14’ SK. or Storm Doors ........................From $159.99 WANTED: USED DIESEL powered Sullair $3000; 200x60x14’ $3400. Saskatoon, SK, Steel Insulated Door Units.........From $159.99 2 BAY REPAIR GARAGE, in Glentworth, SK. or Ingersoll Rand portable air compressor 306-653-3473, 306-222-8054. w/attached office. Automotive and small 1 5 0 - 1 8 5 C F N . O l d e r o k a l s o . Patio Door Units ...................From $529.99 RANCH OIL CONTRACTING LTD offers ag repairs. 306-266-2165, 306-266-4533. 306-946-7733 or 306-946-2264 leave the following services: brushing, land Garden Door Units ................From $999.99 TURNKEY BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! message. Watrous, SK. clearing, land improvements, and dugouts. Burron Lumber New state of the art, 8-bay carwash for 306-238-4800, Goodsoil, SK. 306-652-0343, Saskatoon, SK sale in thriving Saskatchewan community. GIBBY’S CUSTOM CUTTING taking Located on 3 acres with great location on bookings for 2011 swathing/combining highway. Great customer base! Selling due acres. 30’ Hesston swather. 306-331-7002, to health concerns. Serious inquiries Dysart, SK. QUALITY HARDWOOD lumber, quarter only please! Call 306-232-4767. cut Oak, Elm, Black Walnut, Hickory, Edge OWN YOUR OWN Business. 56 yr old lead- CUSTOM HARVESTER booking acres for SPECIALIZING IN MULCHING! LAND Grain Fir. Limited quantity. Clearing at er in health and wellness industry looking 2011. 8010 combines available w/support- CLEARING! TRAILS! STUMPS! No burn$3.95/bd.ft. Inventory at 511- 3rd Street, for online trainers. Flexible hrs, work from ing equipment. Call Brad at 204-385-2858, ing, no dozing, no piles, no ripping, no hauling. Turn trees and deadfall into Davidson, SK. 403-318-7589 (AB cell.) home. 204-856-6449 cell, Gladstone, MB. mulch... Save selected trees if desired. The ROUGH CUT SPRUCE: 2x6, 2x8, 1x6, 2nd DO YOU HAVE an empty barn and want CUSTOM HARVESTER with 2- JD 9870’s enviro-friendly tree reduction company! cuts and log profile siding. Big River, SK. to raise ducks? For info. ph 780-450-6103, and trucking. Will travel anywhere in (SK) 306-933-2950; (AB) 403-969-9348. AB/Peace Country/SK, 780-603-7640. 306-469-2490. 780-504-5747, Edmonton, AB.


PRAIRIE MINES & ROYALTY LTD., Poplar River Mine will be receiving bids for: One 637E Cat motor scraper, S/N IFB75003/ IHB75002, 18,661 hrs. since Cat recertification, and one- 637G Cat motor scraper, S/N CEH00379/CEJ00376, 19,386 hrs. current. Please contact Mark at 306-267-4248 for more info. Send sealed confidential bids, in written form, clearly marked “Scraper Tender” to: Poplar River Mine, Box 599, Coronach, SK. S0H 0Z0, Attention Mark Kupper. Bids must be postmarked by October 11, 2011. Highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. The successful bidder(s) must sign a liability release agreement. Mine Regulations state that all personnel of the successful bidder must wear hard hats, safety glasses, CSA approved safety boots and reflective clothing while on mine property. Active mining areas require the successful bidder attach a buggy whip to their light vehicles. All equipment must be equipped with a rollover protection system. As is, where is, no warranty implied or given.

1988 TWIN MACK, 9 cu. yd. London cement mixer, tires 70%, brakes very good working cond. New clutch and batteries. Ready for the job. 300 HP, 5 spd., 44,000 rears, 9 cu. yd. hyd. drive mixer. Has MB s a fe t y. C a l l a n y t i m e , c a n d e l i v e r. 2 0 4 - 5 2 6 - 0 3 2 1 , C y p r e s s R i v e r, M B . 2005 CASE SUPER M backhoe 4x4 extenda-hoe, ride control, 4100 hrs., all new rubber, exc. cond. $47,500. Owner retiring. Phone 204-859-2437, Rossburn, MB. AUCTION OR ON-LINE BIDDING WANTED: Ag and Industrial Consignments. “Low commissions”, accepting farm/ construction/ livestock equipment, trailers, trucks, ATV’s, etc. Contact Alana, Saskatoon, SK, 306-652-4334, PL #318116. SOLID DEAL OVER THE TIRE rubber tracks for skidsteer, $2995. Phone 306-561-7733, Kenaston, SK. HYDRAULIC PULL SCRAPERS, 6 to 40 yards: Caterpillar, Allis Chalmers/ LaPlant, LeTourneau, etc., pull type and direct mount available. Cat #12 pull grader. 204-822-3797, Morden, MB. 2007 580 SM II loader backhoe, 2500 hours. $56,500. Phone 306-786-4908 or 306-641-4946, Yorkton, SK.


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NEW GENESIS ENGINES. Still in original factory crate. Available for TR99 and 544 JD wheel loader, bucket, 17.5x25 C X 8 4 0 / 8 6 0 / 8 8 0 . $ 9 8 6 0 e a c h . tires. Call 204-795-9192, Plum Coulee, 1-800-667-4515. MB.


EXCELLENT SELECTION Used skidsteers, track loaders, fork lifts, zoom booms, mini excavators. Visit for details, specs and prices. Glenmor, phone 306-764-2325, Prince Albert, SK. HYD. EXCAVATOR, John Deere 200, thumb and two buckets. 780-307-5948, Morinville, AB.

SELLING BY UNRESERVED AUCTION Saturday, October 22, Whitecourt, AB., the Estate of Alex Davio, phone Lois Davio, 780-706-5739. 1994 Timberjack 618 feller b u n c h e r, w o r k r e a dy, S / N C B 9 3 2 4 . 2006 1400 CHIEFTAIN, power screen, like new, 792 hrs., on tracks, vibrating grizzly, extra screens, $138,000. Phone 250-546-0420, Armstrong, BC.

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SURGE 4 STANCHION glass line milker, c/w vac and milk pump, weigh jars, feed troughs, new never used; Bulk milk tank, compressor. 403-335-4506, Didsbury, AB. VEGA ELECTRIC CREAM SEPARATORS, complete and in working condition. 306-539-4642, Regina, SK.

3406B, N14, SERIES 60, running engines and parts. Call Yellowhead Traders, 306-896-2882, Churchbridge, SK.


USED, REBUILT or NEW engines. Specializing in Cummins, have all makes, large inventory of parts, repowering is our specialty. 1-877-557-3797, Ponoka, AB. 290 CUMMINS; 350 Detroit; 671 Detroit; Series 60 cores. Call: 306-539-4642, Regina, SK






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DIESEL AND GAS ENGINES for tractors, combines and swathers. JD, IH, Perkins, Cat, Ford. Early and late models. One year READY TO ASSEMBLE S Model Crown w a r r a n t y. P h o n e 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 . Steel building, 30’x38’, c/w all hardware, assembly instructions and drawings stamped by AB engineers. $13,500. Will DIESEL ENGINES, OVERHAUL kits and deliver for the price of gas. Call Kevin parts for most makes. M&M Equipment 403-936-8489 home, 403-807-2982 cell, Ltd., Regina, SK, Parts and Service, or Calgary, AB. 306-543-8377, fax 306-543-2111. DIAMOND CANVAS SHELTERS, sizes CASE 504 for 2090; 5.9 Cummins for ranging from 15’ wide to 120’ wide, any 2096.; 436 for 986 IHC; 404 dsl. for 4630 length. Call Bill 780-986-5548, Leduc, AB. JD. All engines in vg running condition. 1-877-564-8734, Roblin, MB. POLE BARNS, WOODSTEEL packages, hog, chicken, and dairy barns, grain bins ENGINE OVERHAUL KITS! Complete kits and hoppers. Construction and concrete available for John Deere, Fiat Allis, Case, crews available. Mel or Scott, MR Steel Allis Chalmers, Komatsu, Cat and Perkins Construction, 306-978-0315, Hague, SK. engines. Construction and Ag. Very competitive pricing. B a rg e r P a r t s I n c . 1-866-434-6700, Edmonton, AB.

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1974 11B ALLIS dozer, rebuilt injection pump, fair undercarriage, $12,000 OBO. Call 204-242-2783, Manitou, MB.


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. FOR ALL YOUR STRUCTURAL STEEL, AFAB INDUSTRIES POST frame buildings. roofing and siding needs, big or small. Call For the customer that prefers quality. Fouillard Steel Supplies, St. Lazare, MB. 1-800-510-3303. Remember nobody sells 1-888-816-AFAB (2322), Rocanville, SK. roofing and siding cheaper!! Nobody.

REMANUFACTURED DIESEL ENGINES: GM 6.5L, $4750 installed; Ford/IH 7.3L, $4950 installed; New 6.5L engines, $6500; 12/24v 5.9L Cummins; GM Duramax. Other new, used, and Reman diesel engines available. Call 204-532-2187, 8 AM to 5:30 PM Mon. to Fri. Thickett Engine Rebuild2005 JLG TELEHANDLER, 3082 hrs., model ing, Binscarth, MB. G6-42A, 6000 lb., 42’ reach, tilt carriage, 3 way steering, aux. hydraulics. $42,800. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515, 2000 KOBELCO SK220LC w/thumb, FARM AND INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL manual quick connect, 6800 hrs., 55,000 motor sales, service and parts. Also sale lbs, 32” pads, 21’ reach, some new parts, of, and repairs to, all makes and sizes of pumps, generators, phase converters, etc. 42” dig bucket. 306-554-7694, Mozart, SK. Tisdale Motor Rewinding 1984 Ltd., 306WANTED: 3 OLDER TYPE CLARK TREE 873-2881, fax 306-873-4788, 1005A- 111 Rouleau, SK SHEARS. Phone 780-808-3739 cell. Ave., Tisdale, SK. 1998 CAT D7R XR and 2003 CAT D7R II dozers; Lansing 8000 lb forklift; 1995 Case 586E grapple loader; Clark 664BWD skidHague, SK der; 2004 NH loader/backhoe; 290 LC KoP: 306-225-2288 belko Track excavator; D4D pipe layer; Building Supplies Bros. SP 6000 wobbly packer. Edmonton, F: 306-225-4438 AB. Phone 780-361-7322. & Contracting 2009 CAT 430E, extend-a-hoe, 4x4, hyd. thumb, ride control, AC, 1050 hrs, fully Quality Workmanship Material & Service loaded, plumbed for extra attachments, $87,500. 204-721-1154, Brandon, MB. Leading Suppliers & Contractors of: 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, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 2003 Kobelko 135. 780-307-5948, Morinville, AB.


HIP ROOF BARN, red metal walls, galvanized roof, 38’Wx50’Lx29’H, $7000 OBO. Phone 306-882-3347, Rosetown, SK.

JD “REMAN SELECT” model 6466TR-03-X engine. Completely rebuilt by John Deere factory. Fits 4440 ag. tractor. One only available. Special Net Price $10,500. WANTED: CASE 855D or 855E Crawler Call Tom at Frontier Power Products Ltd., l o a d e r, m u s t b e r e a s o n a b ly p r i c e d . Calgary, AB., toll free 1-877-720-3735. 306-422-6196, Hoey, SK.

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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 CASE EXCAVATOR 1085B, cruise, air, on wheels, Cummins engine, $22,000. Sell or trade for Payloader. 204-612-4325, Anola, MB. 2001 CAT backhoe 416C, 4x4 Extend-aHoe, quick change w/2 buckets, clam front bucket, 10’ post hole auger w/6” and 12” bits, 3900 hrs. 306-275-2007 St. Brieux SK LARGE STOCK OF 2WD AND 4WD loaders; Fiat Allis 745 w/new rear tires; JD 844, 5 yard, work ready; A/C 605B-345B; Clark 35C-45B; Many new and used buckets and rakes in stock; Wrist-O-Twist buckets; Attachments for skidsteers; Over 50 acres of industrial salvage. New and used parts. Big Savings! 204-667-2867 (Phone), 204-667-2932 (Fax), Winnipeg, MB.

CASE 26B PAYLOADER, 4 yard bucket, $18,500. 306-735-2903 or 306-735-7887, Whitewood, SK. Ph. ( 2 04) 667- 2 867 Fa x (2 04) 667- 2 932 BE S91 PT cable scraper, 8 to 10 yard cap., $5500. 204-268-5600, Beausejour, MB. CASE 580B DIESEL back hoe. Extend-ahoe, 5300 hrs., cab, good farm hoe, $15,000. 306-629-3752, Morse, SK.

N E W 1 0 ’ A N D 1 2 ’ B I G D O G B OX SCRAPER heavy duty, tilt, 24’’ high back, 42’’ available in both widths for up to 5 yd. heap capacity. Starting at $3500. Phone 204-871-1175, MacGregor, MB. HUTCHINSON Grain Pumps LAMBTON Bucket Elevators LAMBTON Drag Conveyors (Seed Compatible Conveyors) Rail Load-Out Systems Pulse Crop Equipment WESTEEL Grain Bins SUKUP Aeration & Bins

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WANTED: Brush cutter and/or side cutter to fit D8K for land clearing purposes. 780-928-2621, 780-926-9107, La Crete AB

SELLING BY UNRESERVED AUCTION Saturday, October 22, Whitecourt, AB., the Estate of Alex Davio, phone Lois Davio, 780-706-5739. 1994 Case 9010 trackhoe, S/N JAC01001, 7039 hrs, 2 buckets, sharp. 1981 TEREX 7221 wheel loader, 2 yard, $18,000. 204-525-4521, Minitonas, MB. 2006 KOMATSU WA320-5, low hrs.; 2001 Cat IT28G; 2005 Cat IT38G, pipe grapples, forks. Trades welcome. Financing arranged. Used equip purchased. Call Edquip Bob 780-446-9254, Jerry 780-915-5426, St. Albert, AB. CAT D9H, S/N 90V05973 w/cab, ripper, angle dozer, $77,500; 1987 10 man camp, 2 side by side, 12x54’ units, $27,000; 125 KW genset, S/N 4B13394, w/Cat 3303 eng $19,500; 2500 gal. heated water shack $17,500. Rod 780-918-1499, Leduc, AB.

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2004 SKYTRACK 6042, tilt carriage, 6,000 lb., 42’ reach, $28,500. Yorkton, SK. 250-431-8162. BOMAG COMPACTOR, 56” drum with blade, $16,500; Ingersoll Rand compactor, $16,000. Creston, BC. 250-431-8162. 2005 LULL 644E 42’ reach, 6000 lb., teleNEW HEAVY DUTY V-DITCHERS now scopic forklift w/CAH, rotating forks. available. Quick Drain Sales, 306-682-4520 $31,500. Yorkton, SK. 250-431-8162 or cell 306-231-7318, Muenster, SK. 1969 FRUEHAUF lowbed, safetied, 8’x18’ 1998 CASE 580SL Series II, 4x4 extend- double drop, 30’, near new, 255/70R22.5 a-hoe with 24” bucket, new rear tires, tires, Beavertail, $13,500; 1982 Loadline front- 90%, deluxe cab, work ready, Pics tandem axle hopper bottom, 11R22.5 avail. $32,000. 403-274-5674, Calgary, AB. tires, $13,500; 1978 Champion 740, 18’ DECK WITH Hiab picker plus PTO 14:00x24 tires, 14’ mow board w/2’ ext., p l u s p u m p . $ 4 9 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 2 3 1 - 8 1 1 1 , $15,000. 204-795-9192, Plum Coulee, MB. Humboldt, SK. ROME PLOW AND KELLO DISC blades and bearings, 24” to 42” notched disc blades. 1-888-500-2646, Red Deer, AB. OLDER HD 21 Allis Chalmers dozer, runs good, good UC, ripper, full canopy, $13,500 OBO. Aldersyde, AB. 403-804-4606, 403-601-2280.

SELLING BY UNRESERVED AUCTION Saturday, October 22, Whitecourt, AB., the Estate of Alex Davio, phone Lois Davio, 780-706-5739. 1997 DW 690 JD De-Limber, S/N DW690ELSS7481, ready for work, P r o - h e at , fi r e s u s p e n s i o n . V i ew at CASE W24B PAYLOADER, cab and heat $18,500; 2006 NH LT185B skidsteer, 2100 hrs, $26,500. 306-338-2674, Kuroki, SK.



SCISSORLIFT SKYJACK 45’, $12,000; F O R K L I F T, Clark 8000 lb. propane, $8,000; WHEEL LOADER, Cat 950, 3 yd., $24,000; SKIDSTEER 2006 JD 325, cab, heat, 1600 hrs, $24,000; EXCAVATOR, 2004 JCB 160 NLC, hyd. thumb, 3000 hrs, $72,000. 306-563-8765, 306-563-4160, Canora, SK. PULL TYPE SCRAPERS: 1- Cat 463, all hyd; 3- Cat 463, cable; 1- Cat 435, cable; 1 Cat 80, cable; 2- Cat 70, cable; 1- BE S-90, cable; Hundreds of industrial tires; Large stock of new and used hydraulic cylinders. 204-667-2867(Phone) 204-667-2932 (Fax) Winnipeg, MB.


3 PHASE ROTARY converter, Phase Maxx 1 5 T, e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n , $ 3 0 0 0 . 250-897-8002, Comox, BC.

FIAT ALLIS HD16 B crawler, new rails, hydraulic tilt dozer, re-built trans. ROPS 204-667-2867(Phone) 204-667-2932 (Fax) Winnipeg, MB. COMPACTION EQUIPMENT, self-propelled and pull-type: BROS SPV 735 DPP vibratory packer; Tampo 84PD SP vibratory packer; Case BD602 SP vibratory roller; 2 older SP rollers; New 48”x60” double S.F. PT packer, 48”x72” double S.F. PT packer, two 48”x48” double S.F. PT packers, 48”x60” single S.F. PT packer; Several trench compactors, several Rammax walk behind trench compactors; 8’ Q.A. broom (several others; 5 skidsteer backhoe attachments; 2 Toro Dingo’s X420 walk behind skidsteers; PT scrapers from 8 to 18 yard; Large stock of new and used hyd. cylinders; Large stock of construction equipment tires; 4 Cub Cadets, 2 and 4 WD, gas and diesel, from $6900; Hundreds and hundreds of other items. Call for a 16 page f lye r o r c h e c k o u t o u r we b s i t e at : w w w. c a m b r i a n e q u i p m e n t s a l e s . c a 204-667-2867 (Ph.), 204-667-2932 (Fax), Winnipeg, MB. D8 CAT in exc. cond., new rails, rollers and sprockets, engine redone; Also 9.5’ Towner off set braking disk w/36” notch blades. Phone 204-867-2114, Minnedosa, MB.


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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*

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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 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; hop p ercon e. . . . . . . . . . . . $2 ,2 60.00 15â&#x20AC;&#x2122; hop p ercon e. . . . . . . . . . . . $2 ,675.00 15â&#x20AC;&#x2122; - 10â&#x20AC;? hop p ercon e. . . $3,000.00 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; hop p ercon e. . . . . . . . . . . . $4,2 2 5.00 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 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

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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. TWO WESTEEL ROSCO 2300 bu. hopper bins on double steel skids, w/Nordin hopper cones, easy to move. 306-536-7800, 306-443-2316, 306-781-2205, Alida, SK.





BAGGERS, BAGS EXTRACTORS For Sale or Rent 306-934-1414



TOLL FREE: 1-888-226-8277 MERIDIAN GRAIN MAX 4000 and Meridian fertilizer bins- now back in stock and ready for immediate delivery. See your PORTABLE GRAIN RINGS made of steel. n e a r e s t F l a m a n s t o r e t o d ay o r c a l l New 20 gauge wide-corr steel sheets 48â&#x20AC;?H. 306-934-2121, or visit Sizes from 3650 bu., $2072 to 83,000 bu., $11,447 including hardware. All sizes in NEW AND USED grain baggers and exstock. All rings 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;H. Best quality available. tractors; And new 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; and 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; bags. Call Canadian made quality silver cone shaped 306-934-1414, Warman, SK. tarps avail. for all sizes. All tarps in stock. Complete packages include freight to any BIN MOVING, all sizes up to 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; diameter, major point in Western Canada. Overnight 34â&#x20AC;&#x2122; high, with or without floors. Call Lorne delivery to most major points in Western 306-468-7916, Canwood, SK. Canada. Willwood Industries toll free 2011 CHS grain bagger c/w truck unload1-866-781-9560, fax 306-781-0108. For all er, asking $38,000 OBO. Only used 1 seapricing, details, pictures visit our website: son. Ph. 780-247-0101,High Level, AB. GRAIN BAGS- Up North grain bags, 3x RETIRED FROM FARMING: Selection of tear resistant! 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; and 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; sizes available. used Westeel flat bottom bins on wood Call your nearest Flaman store or call floors. 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; dia. have: 1- 4000 bu, 3- 3500 1-888-435-2626. bu; 1- 2750 bu; In 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; dia. have: 7- 1750 bu. All 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; bins priced from $1.00/bu; all 12 WESTEEL ROSCO 2000 bub. hopper 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; bins, priced from $1.90/bu. Custom bins on skids, $4000 each. 306-368-2648, transporters available. Hussin Seed Farms Lake Lenore, SK. 403-936-5923, 403-680-4471, Calgary, AB. CUSTOM GRAIN BIN MOVING, SK, AB, and MB, all types of bins up to 10,000 4 USED WESTEEL ROSCO bins, 4000 bu., bushel, accurate estimates. Sheldonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $5000 each. Phone 306-445-4850, North Hauling, 306-922-6079, 306-961-9699, Battleford, SK. Prince Albert, SK.


TWO 1100-1200 BU. Twister bins, Micada hopper bottoms, ladders, remote openers, fill indicators. One w/aeration, $3650, or w/o $3150; Two 18â&#x20AC;? bin aeration inlets, one set 18â&#x20AC;? round screens; Two Westeel Rosco bin doors, w/baffles and chutes. 306-945-2378, Waldheim, SK.

GRAIN BAGGER- Flaman 1110 Pro grain bagger gives you low cost, instant grain 1-8 00-8 03 -8 3 46 storage. Choose from a wide mouth hopper or conveyor with all new hydraulic S TOCK IN G N EW & US ED swing, or combine both options. Phone Flaman Sales in Saskatoon, SK. today, EX TRACTORS AN D BAGGERS 306-934-2121 or As k fo r K evin o r Ro n 2009 RICHIGER R10 grain bagger, w/4 10- 3732 BUSHEL Behlen bins, w/wo aeraplastic bags, $18,500. A. E. Chicoine Farm tion floors; 2- 3300 bu. Butler bins; 1WESTEEL, GOEBEL, grain and fertilizer Equipment, 306-449-2255 Storthoaks, SK. 2700 bu. Butler; 1- 2700 bu. Westeel; Ph. bins. Grain Bin Direct, 306-373-4919. FOR ALL YOUR grain storage, hopper 204-725-3971 Brandon, MB. CHIEF WESTLAND AND CARADON BIN cone and steel floor requirements contact: 3 PORTABLE 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122; STEEL GRAIN RINGS. extensions, sheets, stiffeners, etc. Now Kevinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Custom Ag in Nipawin toll free: 20,000 bu. ea. c/w tarp, 1/2 price of new, avail. Call Bill, 780-986-5548, Leduc, AB. 1-888-304-2837. used only once, $2500/ea. 306-699-2275, NEW PORTABLE GRAIN BIN, 9000 bu, Quâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Appelle, SK. BROCK (BUTLER) GRAIN BIN PARTS w/tarp. 306-648-3523 res. 306-648-7766 and accessories available at Rosler Con- cell, Gravelbourg, SK. struction. 306-933-0033, Saskatoon, SK. POLY HOPPER BINS, 100 bu., $900; 150 bu. $1250. Call for nearest dealer. Buffer 2009 45â&#x20AC;&#x2122; hyd. bin trailer, fifth wheel hook, Valley Ind., 306-258-4422, Vonda, SK. triple axle, air ride, must be seen to be apCUSTOM BIN MOVING in Saskatchewan, preciated. 306-338-7128, Kelvington, SK. up to 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122; diameter. Marty 306-220-7915, Financing Available BINS FOR SALE: 8 - 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122; diameter, 6800 bu. Blaine Lake, SK. Sakundiak bins, c/w aeration floors for reContact Mike LIFETIME LID OPENERS. We are a stock- moval, $8500/each. Please phone Vigro ing dealer for Boundary Trail Lifetime Lid at 306-885-2144, Sedley, SK. Openers, 18â&#x20AC;? to 39â&#x20AC;?. Rosler Construction SDL HYD. BIN CRANE, 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;+ lift, double 2000 Inc., 306-933-0033, Saskatoon, SK. winches, 8000 lb. capacity, hyd. push out wheels, $18,000. Phone 306-324-4441, TWO 3200 BU. Butler bins at $1350/ea. To G BI R cell 306-272-8383, Margo, SK. give away: Two 1000 bu. bins. Deloraine, N AI ST Y! SDL HOPPER CONES. Prices starting at MB. 204-747-3250, 204-534-8520. & N BE LIT 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, $2250; 15â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, $2800 15â&#x20AC;&#x2122;-10â&#x20AC;?, $2970; 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; P A IL $4100; 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; $4500. All cones c/w manhole, SCHAPANSKY BIN MOVERS- Custom E QU double top band, slide gate on nylon roll- h a u l i n g a l l t y p e s o f b i n s . C a l l ers. Optional skid base, aeration, freight 306-873-5488, Tisdale, SK. extra charge. 306-324-4441, Margo, SK. YEAR END BLOW OUT- All remaining inWESTEEL EXTENSION PARTS for 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ventory of Twister bins are on sale. Flat and 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; standard corrugation bins. All new bottom and hopper bottom, all must go! parts. In stock and competitive pricing. Set up crews available for this fall. See Willwood Industries 1-866-781-9560. Get y o u r n e a r e s t F l a m a n s t o r e o r c a l l 1-888-435-2626. details and prices at: SASKATOON, SASK. FOUR 1500 BUSHEL grain bins; 65,000 bu. 2 WILWOOD PLYWOOD grain rings, 1750 g r a i n r i n g . P h o n e 2 0 4 - 2 6 7 - 2 2 9 2 o r bu., with tarps and all hardware, never PHONE: 306-933-2343 used. 306-682-3581, Humboldt, SK. 204-856-9595, Oakville, MB.


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. CONVEYOR STYLE GRAIN BAGGER; Also hopper top bagger for sale, 306-230-0479. LIMITED QUANTITY of flat floor Goebel grain bins, at special prices. Grain Bin Direct, 306-373-4919, Saskatoon, SK.


WESTEEL *COOP 1805 D Model # 1805 E 4279 # bushels 4279 4â&#x20AC;? Corrugation 4â&#x20AC;? #5,000 lbs Roof strength #3300 lbs Included Roof/Eave ladder Included Safety fill Level indicator Grain guage 52â&#x20AC;? Remote opener 33â&#x20AC;? Yes Track mounted NO

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Package of 2 - 4279 bushels (Hopper mount) ....$4971 or $1.16/Bushel


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Prices include Grain bin, ladders, remote opener, saf-t-fil, easy access door, Steel floor and tie down anchors

1807 - 5865 Bushel - 18â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Dia ............... $10,099 or $1.63/bushel 2105 - 5919 Bushel - 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Dia ............... $10,099 or $1.63/bushel 2705 - 10039 Bushel - 27â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Dia ............. $13,999 or $1.39/bushel

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FERTILIZER STORAGE TANKS- 8300 Imp. gal., get yours now! Contact your nearest Flaman location or call 1-888-435-2626 or visit

SDL HOPPER CONES 14’ Hopper 8 Leg H/Duty..............$2,450 14’ Hopper 7 Leg S/Duty ..............$2,325 SKID BASE & AERATION EXTRA CHARGE

SDL STEELFL OORS 14’X12” Side Wall 10 Gauge H/D. .$1,550 19’X12” Side Wall 10 Gauge H/D. .$2,400 AERATION EXTRA CHARGE FREIGHT INCLUDED IN SOME SASK. LOCATIONS


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Yo u n a m e it w e ca n d o it. Perfect po rta b le s ecu re w ea ther pro o f s to ra ge fo r the fa rm , a crea ge o r b u s in es s . 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:

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20’ AND 40’ SEA CONTAINERS, for sale in Calgary, AB. Phone 403-226-1722, 1-866-517-8335.


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. NEW 1545 LP Batco conveyor, c/w mover and 27 HP Kohler. Reg. $24,890, cash $20,900. 306-648-3622, Gravelbourg, SK. 2011 CONVEY-ALL, 10’x90’, PTO drive, used as demo, only conveyed 5000 bu., like new, $17,500; 30’ Universal Model C3 bucket elevator, new, capacity 1200 bu./hr., $1,900; new Lampton 50’ drag, 2500 bu./hr., still in crate, c/w chain, paddles, transitions, 2 seed gates, drive, and catwalk, $6,000 OBO, half price from new. 306-493-3167, 306-493-7772, Delisle, SK. BATCO 1855 BELT conveyor, PTO, new belt, $9900. 306-825-4000, Lloydminster, SK. BATCO CONVEYORS, new/used, grain augers, Rem grain vacs, SP kits. Del. and leasing available. 1-866-746-2666. CONVEY-ALL CONVEYOR, PTO driven, 10” x 75’ w/transfer conveyor, good condition. $5000. 306-573-4625, Birsay, SK.

AERATION FANS IN STOCK NOW!! 5hp 1ph Fan OUT 7hp SO 1phLD Fans Call For 10 hp 1ph Fans 18” to 24” Reducer Pricing 24” to 28” Reducer * 3ph Fans Available*

2008 CASE 4520, 370 HP, auto, 70’ flex air, 2000 hrs., $192,000; 2006 Case 4010, 8.3 auto, 70’ flex air, 4000 hrs., $122,000; 4x4 2002 AgChem, AirMax 1000, 2450 hrs., $104,000; 2002 Loral, 400 HP auto, 2950 hrs., AirMax 2000, $103,000; 2000 Loral, new 300 HP motor, auto, AirMax 2000, *gst extra* $88,000; 4x4 1999 Loral, AirMax 5 bed, $71,000; 1999 AgChem, 70’ booms, JANZEN STEEL BUILDINGS LTD $68,000; 1997 AgChem, 70’ booms, OSLER, SASK $38,000; 1997 Loral, AirMax 5, $57,500; Wilmar semi tender, 2 axles, $31,000; WilPH: (306) 242-7767 mar semi tender, 3 axles, self-contained, FAX: (306) 242-7895 $37,500. Northwest largest used selection fertilizer equipment 406-466-5356, KEHO/ GRAIN GUARD Aeration Sales of and Service. R.J. Electric, Avonlea, SK. Call Choteau, MT. 306-868-2199 or cell: 306-868-7738. FOR ALL YOUR KEHO, STILL THE FINEST. Clews Storage Management/ K. Ltd., 1-800-665-5346.


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


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3 HP ---- $1,049 7 HP ---- $1,649 5 HP ---- $1,449 10 HP ---- $1,949 3 Phase Available

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1 800 667 8800 ANH3 EQUAPLY high pressure ammonia system, incl. all hoses, John Blue manifolds (33 runs, 6 more blocked off), hyd. shut-offs, Hiniker rate controller with GPS spd., 2 dateless couplers $7500. Two Continental equalizer coolers $200 each. John Blue nitropacer meter w/manifolds $500. Phone 306-771-4145, Balgonie, SK.

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2010 1075 CRUSTBUSTER, big duals, scale, elec. tilt spout, new tarp, PTO and hyd. drive. 204-851-1856, Reston, MB. NEW J&M and good selection of used grain carts. Interstate Equipment Inc. 701-845-0013, Valley City, ND.


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

JD 4850 MFWD, 20.8X38 duals, excellent condition, $39,500 OBO. Morrin, AB. 403-823-1894. PERFECT GRAIN CART tractor, JD 4850 MFWD, powershift, 20.8x38 duals, exc. condition, $39,500 OBO. 403-823-1894, Delia, AB. 2003 BOURGAULT 1100 grain cart, PTO drive, tarp, $35,000 OBO. 780-837-1313, Falher, AB. DEGELMAN GRAIN CART, 975 bushel with tarp, $19,500. Call Ray 204-825-8121, Morden, MB. 9’ 16” FARGO TRACK SYSTEM excellent for grain, liquid, or air carts, bolts directly to hub, 3 yrs. old, $15,000. 204-526-5017, Stockton, MB.

CALL MINIC IND. for all your bucket elevator, screw/drag and belt conveyor parts and accessories. We specialize in stainless steel and mild steel for your new equipment quotation requirements. Call Chris at 204-339-1941, Winnipeg, MB.

WA N T E D : T R I P L E S g r av i t y t a b l e . 306-355-2289, Mortlach, SK. DUAL SCREEN ROTARY grain cleaners, great for pulse crops, best selection in We s t e r n C a n a d a . 3 0 6 - 2 5 9 - 4 9 2 3 , 306-946-7923, Young, SK.

BUHLER SORTEX Z+1V Colour Sorter, like new! Removes ergot at 150 bu/hr. or more. Monochromatic machine comes with isolation transformer and spare parts. Blowout price at $67,000. Call Can-Seed Equipment today 1-800-644-8397.


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CUSTOM COLOR SORTING chickpeas to mustard. Cert organic and conventional. 306-741-3177, Swift Current, SK. 40’ UNIVERSAL GRAIN LEG with ladder, cage and motor, downspouts and cushion boxes. Ph. 306-792-4472, Springside, SK. ROTARY GRAIN CLEANERS ON SALE this month at Flaman Grain Cleaning and Handling. Two stage rotary cleaner scalps and sifts grain using a 2 stage cleaning process. Separate dockage, eliminate heating and save on transportation. Call Flaman Grain Cleaning today 1-888-435-2626 or in Southey, SK at 306-726-7667. CLIPPER NG 668-2-4 New Generation air screen machine, reconditioned, one new set of sceens, several used sets, $35,000. 406-487-2216, Scobey, Montana. WANTED: SPIRAL SEPARATORS. Call 306-228-3160, Unity, SK.

Grain Augers

248 DH CLIPPER with complete set of screens. From 3/64 to #14 cross slot. Screens can be sold separately, $4500 OBO. 780-336-2583, Viking, AB.



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SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS FLOOD SALE STILL ON. 8x1000, $3750; 8x1200, $3975; 8x1400, $4200; 8x1600, $4600; 10x1200, $4500; SLMD 10x2200, $11,000. Augers are available w/Kohler, B&S, Kawasaki engines. Hawes SP kits, clutches, gearboxes. Delivery avail. Please call Brian 204-724-6197, Souris, MB. SAKUNDIAK SWING-AWAY AUGERS, HD 10-2200SLMD, 72’, Reg: $13,411; Sale: IN STOCK SAKUNDIAK augers, new, 8”, $11,750. HD 12-2200SLMD, Reg: $18,975; 10” and 12” various lengths; Used 7”x45’ Sale: $16,500. HD 12-2400SLMD, 78’, Reg: with 13 HP Honda, $1950; 12”x72’ SLM/D, $20,545; Sale: $17,500. Wheatheart SA, $14,900; Convey-All conveyors available. 13x71, Reg: $21,000; Sale $17,500. GraLeasing available. Phone Dale, Mainway velbourg, SK. Phone 306-648-3622. Farm Equipment Ltd. 306-567-3285, 3 0 6 - 5 6 7 - 7 2 9 9 c e l l , D av i d s o n , S K . REMOTE CONTROL SWING auger mover, 12V DC, electric, 3-step installation. hon Agrisystems, SAKUNDIAK AUGERS, used very little: HD6 306-933-2655, Saskatoon, SK. - 29’, 10 HP Briggs & Stratton, $1000; 1996 HD10 - 1600 52’ MD swing auger, AU G E R S : N E W / U S E D . Wheatheart, $5500. 306-945-2378, Waldheim, SK. Westfield, Sakundiak augers, Auger SP kits, Batco conveyors, Rem grain vacs, SAKUNDIAK 10x2200 scissor lift auger Wheatheart post pounders. New/used, power mover on tub, hyd. lift on swing. good prices, leasing available. Call 306-731-3015, 306-697-7075 Glenavon SK 1-866-746-2666. SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS. Innovative Hawes Agro auger movers, elec. clutches, bin sweeps, reversible gearboxes and all makes of engines. Call Bob at Hawes In- 2001 BOURGAULT 750 SMART CART for dustries, toll free 1-888-755-5575, your sale, PTO drive, roll tarp, exc. cond., #1 auger dealer in Canada, for great cash $25,000 OBO 204-648-3559 Grandview MB prices. Regina, Saskatoon, Semans. NEW J&M 750-18 grain cart, 30.5x32, roll USED AUGERS, GREAT PRICES! We tarp, $28,500 USD. 320-848-2496, have a large selection of quality, used 3 2 0 - 8 9 4 - 6 5 6 0 , F a i r f a x , M i n n e s o t a . grain augers and conveyors. Field ready and priced to move. Used Sakundiak 7”x45’ USED GRAIN CART- Excellent shape! 2005 grain auger with Robin motor, Wheatheart 8200 Unverferth grain cart with tarp, new mover kit and bin sweep, $4,740. Call Paul flighting and tarp in 2008, $26,000. Call today at Flaman Sales, Saskatoon, SK. Jeff at Flaman Sales in Prince Albert, SK., 306-934-2121, or visit 1-888-352-6267 or visit CLEARANCE PRICES New 10’ and 13’ Farm 2000 KINZIE 840 grain cart, 30.5x32 tires, King augers in stock, new 70’ and 85’. excellent shape. $25,000. 403-818-2816, Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212 Perdue SK Calgary, AB. 2 TAILGATE AUGERS, $1000 for both. 20 USED GRAIN CARTS, 450-1050 bu.; 403-226-1275, Calgary, AB. large selection big gravitys: Parker #725 $13,900; Brent #740 $15,900; Parker $10,500; new 400 bu. $6700; 600 HAWES AGRO MOVER KITS #615 bu. $12,000. 1-866-938-8537. Delivery arElectric clutches & reversible gear boxes. ranged. New 10” Sakundiak augers 40’ to 60’ 2009 882 BRENT grain cart, PTO, tarp, Kohler Engines $38,000; 1997 Bourgault 1100 bu. grain Gas 18 - 40 HP, Diesel 40 - 50 HP cart, w/new tarp, PTO, $27,000. A. E. Chicoine Farm Equipment, 306-449-2255, Call us at 1-866-373-8448 Storthoaks, SK. in Saskatoon, Sask. GRAIN BAGGER, New in 2008, Loftness GBL10, done less than 4 bags, used for 2 yrs, have no more use for it, 2011 price $ 2 5 , 6 0 0 , s e l l i n g fo r $ 1 8 , 0 0 0 O B O. 204-623-4568, The Pas, MB.

2011 UNVERFERTH MODEL 9250, 1000 bu., PTO, tarp, $39,000 plus $2500 for hif l o w h y d . d r i v e . C a n d e l i v e r. 306-369-4163, Bruno, SK.

KWIK KLEEN: 5 tube screener, $3500; 7 tube, $6500; 2 stage grain screeners, $1750 and up. Phone 1-866-938-8537 or visit:

Ph. 306.373.2236 fx. 306-373-0364

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BEAVER CONTAINER SYSTEMS, new and used sea containers, all sizes. 306-220-1278, Saskatoon, SK. SHIPPING CONTAINERS FOR SALE. 20’53’, delivery/ rental/ storage available. For inventory and prices call: 306-262-2899, Saskatoon, SK, 20’ TO 53’ CONTAINERS. New, used and modified. Available Winnipeg, MB; Regina and Saskatoon, SK. 306-933-0436.

1-866-882-2243, Rosetown, SK

2275 GAL. STAINLESS STEEL TANK, 7’ dia. x 10’ tall, c/w sight tube, top manway, lifting lugs. 204-746-6843, Rosenort, MB.

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Rosetown Flighting Supply VICON 3PTH FERTILIZER spreader, used one year, 3500 kgs, computer and scale. USED SAKUNDIAK SWING AUGERS: 780-954-2005, 780-283-2005 Westlock AB HD12-2200, 72’ w/hyd. mover and lift, $12,000 cash; HD10-2200, 72’ w/reverser, $7,000. 306-648-3622, Gravelbourg, SK. 45’ BELT CONVEYOR (Batco Field Loader 1545) c/w motor and moving kit. 6000 bu./hr., ideal for unloading hopper bins. Gentle handling of pulse crops, $20,700. Call your nearest Flaman store or call 1-888-435-2626. SAKUNDIAK GRAIN AUGERS available with self-propelled mover kits and bin NEW STAINLESS STEEL LIQUID FERT. sweeps. Contact Kevin’s Custom Ag in NiTANKS for sale. Novid Inc., Rosenort, MB. pawin toll free 1-888-304-2837. 204-746-6843, or email S A K U N D I A K A U G E R S I N S TO C K : swings, truck loading, Hawes Agro SP SIX 15000 US gal. steel liquid tanks, 3” movers. Contact Hoffart Services Inc. SS valves, serviced annually. $7500 ea. or Odessa, SK, 306-957-2033. $ 4 2 , 0 0 0 t a ke s a l l . R & J F a r m s I n c . , 306-536-7892 or Regina, SK

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2009 CB3200 Pattison twin cone liquid wagon, SS, ground drive John Blue pump, $31,500. R&J Farms Inc., 306-536-7892 or Regina, SK.

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KWIK KLEEN GRAIN CLEANERS in stock now at Flaman Grain Cleaning and Handling. Reduce dockage and lower transportation costs by separating your weed seeds from your grain at speeds capable of keeping up to a 10” auger. Lease now for $967 s/a OAC. Call Flaman Grain Cleaning today 1-888-435-2626 or in Southey, SK. at 306-726-7667. WESTERN CANADA’S LARGEST inventory of screens and frames for most makes of grain cleaners. Also a large inventory of buckets and bolts of all sizes, for all makes of bucket elevators. Call Flaman Sales 1-888-435-2626.


OLIVER 160 GRAVITY table, Clipper 2968, and BLISS HAMMERMILL model E-2215TF w/60 HP motor, c/w dust collector and all pipes. 780-928-2621, La Crete, AB.

FARMFANS CMS-14E cont. grain dryer, 480 bu/hr, single phase, propane, nice shape, $9500. 204-325-8019, Winkler, MB. FARM FAN AB120 AutoBatch grain dryer, natural gas/propane, $9500 Ph: 306-725-7908, 306-484-4612, Govan, SK. FARM FAN AB12, auto batch, propane, single phase with wet grain auger, good 2008 REM 2700 grain vac, decent cond., well maintained. Priced to Sell! $8500. cond. $8,000. 204-343-2096, Roland, MB. 403-223-8844 or 403-634-1603, Taber AB. NEW GSI AND used grain dryers. For price savings, contact Franklin Voth, Sales Rep 2008 BRANDT 5000 EX grain vac, some exfo r A x i s F a r m s L t d . , M a n i t o u , M B . tra options, good condition, $12,900. 306-857-4706, Strongfield, SK. 204-242-3300, USED FARM FANS, AB250 dryer. Franklin WALINGA INC. AGRI-VAC. Parts, sales and service. New and reconditioned Walinga Voth, 204-242-3300, Manitou, MB. 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.


2003 JD 567 round baler, w/Mega wide 1999 PREMIER 2930, turbo, 2 spd., 30’ PU, twine tie, very good condition, 972 MacDon, double knife, triple delivery, $16,500. 780-608-0159, New Norway, AB. 1075 hrs., JD AutoSteer ready, large HD tires, swath roller, great shape $49,900. 2000 NH 1475 16’ haybine, $8900; 2002 Phone 306-533-4891, Gray, SK. Case/IH RS 561 hard core, $6500 OBO. Minitonas, 2007 WESTWARD 4952c, 30’ 972 MacDon, double knife, triple delivery, 425 hrs., MB, 204-525-4521. JD AutoSteer ready, large tires, spare sickBR780 2005 HYD. pickup, Bale Command le, freeform swath roller, great shape, $13,000 OBO. 306-221-4132, Martensville, $89,900. 306-533-4891, Gray, SK. SK. 2005 MACDON 9352i SP, 2 spd. turbo, c/w 25’ double knife drive, PU reel, triple delivery, new guards, canvas and knives, 1400 hrs., big tires, very good condition, $68,500 OBO. 403-854-9117, Hanna, AB. WOW! ONLY 707 HOURS! CI 722 (MF twin) 30’ DSA swather, fuel efficient dsl., joystick controls, Schumacher knife and drive, tractor unit shedded, exc. cond., $32,500. 403-666-2111, Bow Island, AB. 2004 NH HW320, 18’ hay header with poly crimper and 25’ HoneyBee header w/new canvas, 1400 hrs. Always stored inside. i l l s e l l s e p a r a t e l y. $ 6 5 0 0 0 O B O. 2009 BR 7090 New Holland baler, 2800 W bales made, endless belts, 540 to 1000, 306-539-6688, Balgonie,SK. $27,500 OBO. Exc. cond., can deliver. Ph. 1989 CASE/IH 6000 swather, gas, 21’, batt 2 0 4 - 7 4 3 - 2 3 2 4 , C y p r e s s R i v e r, M B . and PU reels, double swath w/Bergen swather transport. 306-960-5144, 306-929-2665, Meath Park, SK. JD 567 BALER, MegaTooth PU, bale kicker, e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n . C a l l R o b e r t at 50’ IH DUPLEX, good condition, $4500. 306-759-2104, 306-759-7883, Eyebrow, 306-743-7627, Langenburg, SK. SK NH SQUARE BALER #271, $1700. Phone 306-458-2631, Midale, SK. RENTED OUT FARM

FOR SALE BY TENDER: One used Rem 2500 grain vac by Valley Ag Co-op. Call 306-268-2955 for details on machine. Mail or deliver sealed tenders marked “Vac Tender” to: Valley Ag Co-op, Box 488, Bengough SK, S0C 0K0. Tenders close November 10, 2011. Highest or any tender 14 BALE INLAND picker/mover. $14,900. GSI GRAIN DRYERS. Ph. Glenmor, Prince not necessarily accepted. R&J Farms Inc., 306-536-7892 Regina, SK Albert, SK., 306-764-2325. For all your or grain drying needs! 660 NH BALER, auto-tie, PU needs a little SUPERB GRAIN DRYERS Winter prowork, $4500 OBO. 306-476-2668, Rockgram has started. Largest and quietest singlen, SK. gle phase dryer in the industry. Over 34 years experience in grain drying. Moridge 1999 NH 688 BALER, excellent condition, 2009 MF 2756A Hesston baler, mesh wrap, parts also available. Grant Services Ltd, auto cycle, done 3300 bales, hyd. PU, $10,500. 306-423-5983 or 306-960-3000, 306-272-4195, Foam Lake, SK. St Louis, SK $23,000 OBO. 306-796-7074, Chaplin SK VERTEC 5700 CONTINUOUS grain dryer, MORRIS 881 hay hiker 8 round bale re2005 CASE/IH RBX 562 ROUND BALER natural gas, single phase, fill and discharge triever mover, like new, minimal use, mint augers. R e a d y t o m ov e , $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 . always shedded, excellent condition, regu- cond., $17,250. 403-236-5415, Calgary AB. lar pick up, electric tie, $12,000. 780-926-2839, High Level, AB. 306-984-7272, Spiritwood, SK. NEW KRONE HAYING EQUIPMENT: TWO 2007 BR780A NH balers, Bale Com- Large square balers 4x4, 3x4, and 3x4 mand, has BR7090 updates, under 1000 HDP. Used trades: 2003 Hesston 4790 USED 140’ grain elevator or grain leg, bales. 306-773-4400 or cell 306-741-9541, w/accumulator, $42,000; 2002 Case/IH $15,000; two 800 bu. bins w/heavy stand Swift Current, SK. LBX431 w/accumulator, $32,000; 2003 to load trucks on a scale, $15,000; Also NH BR780, 540 RPM, new belts, $17,500. avail. down spouting for leg, numerous 10” 852 NH round baler, AutoWrap, new apron Noble Equipment Ltd. 1-877-490-3020, piping, reasonable offer. 204-267-2527, chain, oiler, shedded, good condition. Nobleford, AB. $3500 OBO. 306-967-2770, Leader, SK. 204-871-0029, Oakville, MB. NH 2001 688 baler, 1000 RPM, bale slice, JD 530 ROUND BALER, good shape, shed- silage bale pkg., moisture tester, chain oilded, $6500. Call 780-367-2267, evenings, er, gathering wheels, good lace belts, Willingdon, AB. 17,300 bales, only 3000 bales on completely rebuilt PU, asking $14,900 OBO. Ph. 204-772-6 9 9 8 , 780-842-2400, Wainwright, AB. 12 Ba n go r Ave. W in n ipeg, M B R3E 3G4 NH 575 SMALL square baler, good condition, $8600. 403-308-1238, Taber, AB.

SELLING EQUIPMENT P ra irie S ta r 4930 M a cDon s w a ther 36’, hea d er, roto s hea rs , s in g le k n ife, p ick u p reels , crop lifters , n ew p la n eta ries , n ew w obble box........... $52,000

1995 WESTWARD 9000, 30’ swather, w/962 header and PU reel, new rollers, canvases and wobble box, 1900 orig. hrs, nice shape. 306-563-7965, 780-598-7770, Canora, SK. CIH 730, 30’, PTO, $3500; CIH 736, 36’, PT, $2500. Her gott Farm Equipment 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK.

1997 HONEYBEE SP39, 39’ header, hyd. fore&aft, PU reels, dual knife drive, fits swather or bi-directional, $9900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515

NEW 20.8X38 12 ply $826; 18.4x38 12 ply $736; 18.4x34 12 ply $636; 18.4x30 12 ply $569; 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 $498. 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. NH 853 ROUND BALER, NH 357 mixmill, NH 404 PT hay crimper, Morris 800 hay hiker 8 bale trailer. Phillips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. area. Visit for sale bill, photos and video. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962

2003 NH BR780 round baler, $19,500; MACDON 742 CONDITIONER, fits 972 2003 NH 1431 discbine, $19,000; 2006 MacDon header, low acres, good condition Fella TS1602 24’ rotary rake, $15,000. $3000; Dynafab-Univision swather 250-422-3645, Cranbrook, BC. transport, full carry, $4000. 403-308-8630, Lethbridge, AB.

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1990 JD 2360 diesel with 16’ 920 MacDon hay header with steel crimper, and JD 30’ draper header with PU reel, 4200 hrs. Can sell headers separately. 306-539-6688, Balgonie, SK. CASE/IH 6000 SP 25’ swather, w/UII PU reels, $12,500. 306-795-2774, Ituna, SK. 2002 MACDON 4952, 2 spd. turbo, 30’, 2004 972 double knife drive, fore/aft header w/transport. $49,000. 780-853-7205, Vermilion, AB. JOHN DEERE 4890, very good, no header, $27,000. 306-861-4592, Weyburn, SK. 8230 CASE/IH autofold PT swather, 30’ 1000 RPM PTO, UII PU reel, good cond., $3500; Case 1010 30’ header, $4500; JD 930, $5500. 204-871-5541, Austin, MB. 30’ CIH PT swather w/like new UII PU New Custom reel, stored inside, not used for 6 yrs. HAUSER ROUND BALE TRANSPORTS, 306-722-3705, 306-722-7770, Osage, SK. STORAGE CASE 7-17 bales, side unloading, starting at Fits any Model 919® or $6500. Hauser’s Machinery, Melville, SK. 1995 PREMIER 1900, 25’ PT w/MacDon old and digital scale. 1-888-939-4444, PU reel, good cond.; Also 6’ metal swath roller. 306-278-7361, Glenavon, SK. Protect your investment for only BALE SPEAR ATTACHMENTS for all $139.00 loaders and skidsteers, excellent pricing. 2005 MACDON PRAIRIE STAR 4940, 25’ sliding table, swath roller, AutoSteer, loadCall now 1-866-443-7444. New SMART CHART II ed w/extras, low hrs., shedded. Sovereign, ® BALE SPEARS, high quality imported SK. 306-882-3752 or 306-831-8550. for Model 919 from Italy, 27” and 49”, free shipping, exCONTERRA GRAPPLE MAX for skidsteers Select grain, enter sample temp. & 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 2004 36’ 1101 Case/IH swather, PU reel, and tractors, exc. for round bale handling. dial reading and % moisture is transport, $65,000. A. E. Chicoine Farm 74”, $3799. Conterra manufactures over 1-866-443-7444, Stonewall, MB. Equipment, 306-449-2255, Storthoaks, SK. displayed. Increases measuring 150 attachments. Call 1-877-947-2882 or range of Model 919®... Test Weight view online: 2007 WESTWARD 9352C with 30’ 972 conversion charts also installed. MacDon, 255 hrs, gauge wheels, new 2008 NH BR7090 round baler, twine, au- NEW KRONE BIG M AND PULL TYPE Schumacher knife, mint condition, asking towrap, wide PU, large tires, approx. 2500 DISCBINES. Used inventory: 2011 Krone $92,000. 306-831-8717, Eston, SK. SMART SCOOP bales, like new condition, $24,000. EC4013 13’ discmower, Safe Cut hubs, Scale 75 INTERNATIONAL 25’ PT swather, wid306-842-3532, Weyburn, SK. demo unit, 1 only, $29,500; 2010 MF ened throat 60”, new canvases, hyd. canCalc. grain test weight and bulk density 1375 discmower, roller cond., $24,500; vas drive, lights, shedded, exc. cond., NH 1034 bale wagon, 104 bales w/single of fertilizer or seed (lbs/cubic foot) bale unload, shedded, excellent condition, 2009 Case/IH DCX131 discbine, low acres $950. 204-773-3044, Russell, MB. $8000 OBO. 780-374-2404, 780-678-6800 $24,500; 2002 NH HW340 discbine, 16’ ALUMINUM SAMPLER auger header, $37,000; 1999 Case/IH 1993 8100 HESSTON, 25’, w/PU reel, dieDaysland, AB. PROBES 8312 discmower, Circle C conditioner s e l e n g i n e , f i e l d r e a d y, s h e d d e d . 1069 SELF-PROPELLED bale wagon, $ 1 1 , 0 0 0 . N o b l e E q u i p m e n t L t d , 306-739-2763, Wawota, SK. 160 bales, converted to a 5.9 Cummins 1-877-490-3020, Nobleford, AB. 4, 6, 8 & 10 foot lengths. 1991 MF 200 swather, 30’ header, Isuzu diesel, good shape, $31,000. Leduc, AB. HYDRA SWINGS: 2003 Hesston 1275, 16’, engine, $14,900. Call 403-857-9330 cell, Ph: 780-220-4677, fax: 780-980-1023. like new, $19,900; Case/IH 8360 16’, Hanna, AB DOCKAGE SIEVES NH 315 square baler, 1/4 turn shoot; $9900; JD 1380 14’, $8900. Humboldt, 24.5’ INTERNATIONAL 4000 swather, UII Canola, Cereal, Flax sets. H o d g e v i l l e , S K . 3 0 6 - 6 7 7 - 2 4 6 0 o r SK., call 306-231-8111. PU reel, newer front tires, $4000. Moose White ABS frame. 306-677-7680. NH 499 12’ MOWER conditioner, $6500; Jaw, SK. 306-631-8779 or 306-691-5011. Largest selection available. NH SUPER 1049 BALE WAGON, exc. JD 1214 12’ mower conditioner, $2500. 2009 MF 9220, 270 hrs., UII PU reel, DS, cond., S/N #2538. Phone 306-283-4747, Call Gary at 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. guage wheels, header tilt, exc. condition, Model 919® Service and Calibration 306-220-0429 306-291-9395 Langham, SK $69,000. 306-536-3870, Regina, SK. Digital scales, canola equip., thermometers NH 664 5x6 ROUND baler, $8500 OBO; also available. NH 688 5x6 round baler, $9500 OBO; Highline 7000 series bale shredder, vis it w w w .la b tro n ics .ca fo r m o re in fo . $7500 OBO. Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. 2008 MF 2756A baler, done 6000 bales, excellent, $24,900. Dale at: 306-567-3285, We know you have enough to worry CONEYAIR GRAIN VACS, parts, accesso- cell 306-567-7299. Mainway Farm Equipabout so we’ve built a grain-vac you ries. Call Bill 780-986-5548, Leduc, AB. ment Ltd Davidson, SK.

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2004 2952I MACDON, 30’ 972 header w/split PU reel, DSA, large tires, dual rotor shears. $70,000 OBO. 306-886-2073 or 306-873-8526, Bjorkdale, SK.

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HIGHLINE 6600 BALE PROCESSOR good rotors, 1000 PTO, $4900. Trades welcome financing available. 1-800-667-4515. NEW WOBBLE BOXES CIH 4000/5000 $1495 JD 200/900 $995; MD old style $1275; MD new style $1695; NH 71C/ 72C/73C74C $995, CIH 1010/1020 $1550 OEM Quality. Used and rebuilt also 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.

NH 1033 BALE WAGON, good condition, $3500. Ph. 306-231-7318, Humboldt, SK. Melville Lions Club

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2004 CIH 2388, AFX rotor, hopper topper, 14’ header w/PU, 1953 hrs, $78,000. Ph. 306-452-3907 or cell 306-452-7997, Wauchope, SK.

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1994 CASE/IH 1688, nice condition, only 2600 hrs., shedded, Rake-Up PU, must sell. 306-654-7772, Prud’Homme, SK. AGSHIELD CANOLA PUSHER, 34’, 3PTH mount, $7900. Trades Accepted, 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.


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2000 CASE 2388, 2007 rotor hrs, 2015 Swathmaster PU, AFX rotor, rock trap, 3 spd. rotor, internal chopper, hopper ext. 1994 960 MacDon 30’ header available. 306-648-2238 306-648-7147 Shamrock SK 2004 CASE/IH 2388, AFX, yield/moisture monitor, topper, 2015 PU header, 1083 sep. hrs, $130,000. 780-853-2773 or 780-581-1010, Vermilion, AB. 2009 CASE IH 8120, exc. cond., 332 rotor hrs., chopper, long auger, call Gord for details. 403-308-1135, Lethbridge, AB. 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. 2008 8010, duals, hopper topper, heavy concaves, fine cut chopper, full AutoSteer GPS, long auger, 695 sep. hrs, 14’ Swathmaster PU. 204-851-1856, Reston, MB. PROBLEMS W/SPLINE DRIVE ON HYDRO We can save big $$. We have new lubricated and hardened couplers and improved pump input spline shafts. All combines from 1440 thru 2388 have this problem. Call Hydratec Hydraulics 1-800-667-7712, Regina, SK. 1984 1480, recent AFX rotor, engine overhaul, drive tires, sieves, and feeder chain. PU header. $19,000. 306-858-2636, Lucky Lake, SK. 1986 1660, specialty rotor, rock trap, 1015 header, Rake-Up pickup, long auger, $9500. 306-567-3128, Bladworth, SK.

1993 CASE/IH 1688, 4000 hrs, Specialty rotor, chopper, spreader, fold down big topper, two sets of concaves, 25’ straight c u t h e a d e r, f i e l d r e a d y, $ 4 9 , 9 0 0 . 306-862-2526, Codette, SK. 2006 CASE/IH 8010 w/2016 header, $215,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255.

2000 LEXION 450, 1969 hrs., yield and moisture, reel spd., fore/aft, chopper, spreader, headers available, $44,800. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515

1680 IHC w/Specialty rotor, chopper and stonetrap. 25’ straight cut header for above; 760 MF, dsl., 12’ PU, chopper, etc. Both in good cond. Lorne 204-859-2440 or Garry 204-859-0047 cell, Rossburn, MB. NOW IS THE TIME to check the hydro pump drive hub and splined input shaft. We have lubricated splined drive hubs for all models 1440 thru 2388. Exchange reman and tested hydros in stock. Hydratec Hydraulics 1-800-667-7712, Regina, SK.

1998 NH TX66, 1450 sep. hrs, 1900 eng., Victory Super 8 PU, 2 speed cyl., new straw chopper clutch, $49,000 OBO. 306-725-4820, Bulyea, SK. 2008 CR 9070, Swathmaster, yield and moisture, Redekop, field tracker, only $229,000. Hergott Farm Equipment, your CIH Dealer, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK. NH TR98, 1500 thresher hrs., new concaves, rebuilt rotors, stored inside. Wetas2007 CIH 7010, 700 hrs., Pro 600 moni- kiwin, AB, 780-352-3179, 780-361-6879. tor, yield/moisture, 2016 hdr., Swathmaster PU, 900 tires, well kept, exc, $146,000. 2003 NH CX860, 1550 hrs, Swathmaster PU, exc. cond, big rubber, 27’ auger, Y&M, 306-452-3907, 306-452-7201, Redvers, SK header tilt, shedded, MAV chopper, offers. 1 9 8 6 C I H 1 6 6 0 , Cummins engine, 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB. spreaders, 1015 PU header, $17,500. TR99 NH 2001, duals, tarp, Y&M monitor, Phone 306-689-2574, Abbey, SK. 971 PU header, lateral tilt, fore and aft, 1996 2188, PU, 30’ header, 2800 sep. hrs, 2153 eng./1836 sep. hrs., $75,000 OBO. well maintained, shedded, exc. cond., Dan 306-692-5128, Moose Jaw, SK. $67,000. 780-888-2245, Hardisty, AB. 1991 1680, 3200 hrs., long sieve, Cum1999 2388, 1467 sep. hrs., 1861 eng. hrs, mins, field ready, $27,000. Saskatoon, SK. hopper topper, 3 spd. rotor, large recent Phone 306-370-8010. WO, $75,000. 780-608-0653, Strome, AB. RENTED OUT FARM 1981 1460 COMBINE with 810 13’ pickup and 22.5’ rigid header. 306-896-2236, SELLING EQUIPMENT Churchbridge, SK. CX 8 08 0 New Holla nd , 2004 2388, 1460 rotor hrs, AFX rotor, 2008, 417 thra s hin g hou rs , AFS with monitor, hopper extension, interlow hou rs , 350 HP, 330 bu nal chopper, 2015 Swathmaster PU, $210,000 excellent condition. Recent work. Asking (A pprais al & Leas ing pos s ible) $126,500. 306-831-8717, Eston, SK. 1482 IH, header reverser, Straw Storm, good condition, $3000. 780-608-0653, Strome, AB. 1994 1688, 3400 hrs, reverser, stone trap, well maintained, field ready. $32,000 OBO. 306-648-7935, Gravelbourg, SK. 2009 9120; 2004 CIH 2388, $135,000; 1666, $37,000; 1992 1660, w/exceller, $20,000; 1680 now only $219,000; 1680 w/Swathmaster, $26,500; IH 1480, large tires, Urvold straw and chaff chopper, hyd. reverser, $11,900. Call Hergott Farm Equipment, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK 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.

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FOR SALE: IHC 914 PT combine, w/recent 2008 CR9070 785/1103 hours, yield overhaul, excellent condition. Olds, AB, monitor, fine cut chopper, chaff spreader, 403-556-6740. 4 speed hydro, grain tank extension. $169,000. 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. 1988 1682, new tires, internal chopper, 2007 CR9070, 20.8x42 duals, loaded, 360 Kirby spreader, good mechanical cond., threshing hrs; 2000 SP36 HoneyBee draper $5500. Phone 306-734-5178, Craik, SK. header, gauge wheels, hyd. fore/aft, split IF YOU OWN a 1688/2188/2388 you r e e l , s t e e l t e e t h . A r c h E q u i p m e n t , should know we have forward direction 306-867-7252, Outlook, SK. hydro hose improved assembly. Big $$ TR 98, only 1285 hrs., Swathmaster, hopsaving - our price $399.24, represents per topper, terrain tracer, chaff spreader, $400 saving and it’s a better hose assem- n ew c o n c ave s , r u b b a r s a n d fe e d e r bly. Hydratec Hydraulics, 1-800-667-7712, chain/sprockets. stored inside, field ready, Regina, SK. in exc. cond. 403-947-2508, Beiseker, AB. 1460 IHC COMBINE, 3611 hrs., excellent 1995 TX66, 2500 hrs., new rubber, shedcondition, asking $5500 OBO. Phone d e d , m a n y n e w p a r t s , $ 2 7 , 0 0 0 . 306-831-8474 cell, Fiske, SK. 306-647-2459, 306-641-7759,Theodore SK CASE/IH 2388, AFX rotor, big top hop- 1994 AND 1995 NH TR97’s, 1990 and per, 1900 hrs, long auger, 1015 PU header, 1929 sep. hrs, Redekop chopper, long au$85,000. CASE/IH 2142 draper header, ger, terrain tracer, 13’ 971 headers w/Melp e a a u g e r, t r a n s p o r t , $ 5 2 , 0 0 0 . roe/Westward PU, 30’ 971 straight cut 780-841-1496, Fort Vermilion, AB. headers w/PU reels, good shape, $39,000 1991 CASE/IH 1660, new Cummins en- each. Ph. 403-443-0108, Three Hills, AB. gine, chopper, spreader, 13’ PU header, 2005 REDEKOP MAV chopper, complete lots of new parts in past 2 years, $17,500. rebuild, new knives and balance. Fits NH 306-861-4592, Weyburn, SK. CR combines $8800. Trades accepted, financing available. 1-800-667-4515. MOST OF YOUR HYDRAULIC hoses are 1981 NH SP TR85, S-cubed rotors, 3208 metric. We have the best metric hydraulic Cat eng., straw spreaders, Rake-Up PU, hose program in the industry. Hydratec 1890 hrs., always shedded. 306-648-2737, Hydraulics, 1-800-667-7712, Regina, SK. 306-648-7214 cell, Gravelbourg, SK. 1995 TX66, 2400 hrs., chopper, chaff CAT LEXION P13 header, Rake-Up PU, less spreader, field ready, $27,000. Saskatoon, than 1500 hrs., comes from 460 Lexion, vg SK. Phone 306-370-8010. cond. $14,500. 306-861-4592 Weyburn SK 1997 TR98 NH, chopper, Rake-Up PU, A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment 2006 590R, 717 sep. hrs., field ready, exc. $45,000. shape, $185,000 OBO must sell; 2007 40’ Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. flex header, 540, air reel, $41,000 OBO. 2007 NH 9060, 760 sep. hrs., 1030 eng., 204-632-5334 or 204-981-4291, leave equipped with 16’ 76C Swathmaster, ext. message, Winnipeg, MB. auger, terrain tracer, Intelliview II touch 2004 CAT CHALLENGER 670, PU and 25’ screen, $169,000. 306-535-2992, Gray, SK straight cut auger header, 1000/1438 hrs. 2002 NH TR99, 971 PU header, 1700 Fieldstar included, $139,900. Stony Plain, eng. hrs, 1100 sep. hrs, hopper topper, AB, 780-968-3957, 780-999-1111 cell. $90,000 OBO. 306-864-3343, Kinistino, SK.

2003 JOHN DEERE 9750 STS and 914P belt PU w/RWA, rice tires, 400 bu. grain tank, contour master, AHC, fore and aft, yield and moisture, 60 Series unload auger and single point hookup. All options and upgrades, yearly dealer service, exc. cond., field ready, 2050 hrs., $135,000 OBO. 204-895-8375 or 204-981-6711, Winnipeg, MB. For more pics and info see: 2006 NH CR970, 1186 hrs., Redekop MAV, loaded, $139,800. Trades welcome. Financing available, 1-800-667-4515, 2002 JD 9750 STS, fully loaded, Green Star, contour, single point hookup, duals, 914 PU, 2086 hrs., $119,000 OBO. Call 1983 TR95, 4000 hrs., new rotors and 306-567-4740, Davidson, Sask. concaves, new actuators, many new parts, S u p e r 8 P U, c h o p p e r. G o o d s h ap e . 1990 JD 9600, exc. overall condition, un$15,000. 403-684-3520, Blackie, AB. questioned annual Greenlights, 2922 sep. hopper topper, fresh out of the shop, 2001 NH CX840, 1350 thrasher hrs., hrs., new rub bars, feeder house chain (2 sea- field ready, Manitou, MB, 204-242-4074. sons), clean grain chains (1 season), topper knives, all new walker bearings, shedded, $101,500 OBO. Delivery available. 403-704-3120, Ponoka, AB. TR95-98 ROTOR GEARBOX used LHS $1250, used RHS $3390, rebuilt RHS $4390. Phone 1-800-667-4515. Check online at: 1986 TR86, PU, field ready, $14,000 OBO. 306-621-6538, 306-782-4366, Yorkton, SK 2005 JD 635F HYDRAFLEX header, wind reel, new full finger auger. $33,900. Trades accepted, financing available. NEW 2009 GLEANER 7200 transverse rigid 1-800-667-4515. header, 30’, c/w Hart Carter PU reel, fits all 2, 5 and 6 series combines. Demo unit, 2007 9860 STS PREMIUM, 694 hrs., (approx. 400 acres), $20,995. Shoal Lake, bullet rotor, mapping, long auger, 615 PU, 900 rice tires, shedded, extras, exc. cond. MB. 204-759-2527, ask for Dennis. Offers. 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB. WANTED: L3 GREEN STRIPE combine. 1994 9600 JD, 914 PU header, shedded, Phone 701-240-5737. $62,000. 306-367-4200 or 306-231-8399, 2007 GLEANER A85 AXIAL combine, 626 Pilger, SK. eng., 462 sep hrs., c/w 15’ 4200 series PU header w/16’ Swathmaster PU, 20.8x42 1998 CTS II, 914 PU, hopper topper, tires Michelin duals, auto lube, MAV straw 80%, $54,000. 306-689-2574, Abbey, SK. chopper, yield and mapping. All factory 2010 JD 9870 STS, pro drive w/auto updates done, $232,000. 204-759-2527, feed rate, extended wear package, 26’ unAsk for Dennis, Shoal Lake, MB. l o a d a u g e r, 8 6 5 h r s . , 6 1 5 P h e a d e r, 1992 R62, 2000 sep. hrs, Sunnybrook ro- $270,000; 2011 JD 9870, extended wear tor, new rub bars, 2 new elevator chains, package, 26’ auger, GS2 screen w/Autonew feeder house chain, 2 new back tires, Trac, c/w MacDon PW7 header. $310,000. new bubble auger c/w 400 Gleaner PU 403-818-2816, Calgary, AB. header, Rake-Up PU. Also available chaff 1993 9600, 3477 sep. hrs, DAS, DAM, resaver and wagon. 1997 30’ HONEYBEE cent concave and bars, big top, well mainHEADER, pea auger, new UII PU reel, tained, $34,500. 306-831-8717, Eston, SK. gauge wheels and new canvases, Gleaner adapter. 1999 800 GLEANER FLEX 25’, 1988 JD 8820, w/chopper, 30.5x32 tires, Hart Carter reel, quick cut knife, exc. long unload auger, $26,000; 1983 JD shape. Hodgeville, SK, 306-677-2460 or 8820 w/chopper, 30.5x32 tires, $21,000; 306-677-7680. Elevator style moisture tester, like new, 306-423-5983 or 306-960-3000, 1981 L2 HYDRO, airfoil chaffer, 24’ $850. straight cut, batt, and PU reels, 388 Mel- St. Louis, SK. roe PU, field ready, shedded, $6500. 2005 9760 STS, touch set, high speed 306-762-4603, Vibank, SK. unload, 1500 sep. hrs. fine cut wide variable spd. feederhouse, loaded, 2 GLEANER C62 combines 1 owner ma- spread, recent Greenlight. $147,000 OBO chines, c/w PU headers, 36’ Agco draper shedded, 403-882-2422 or 403-741-7217 Castor AB. headers, shedded, Greenlighted, field ready, $65,000 each OBO. 306-634-9980, 2011 JD 9770, Premier cab, 615 PU, small Estevan SK. grains concave, Contour-Master, 22.5’ auger, duals, 55 eng. hrs., like new. Phone 204-467-2109 (after 8PM), Stonewall, MB. 1993 JD 9500, 914 PU header, Redekop chopper, dual range cyl., 3648 sep. hrs., annual Greenlight, always shedded, exc., $47,000. 306-648-3540, Gravelbourg, SK.

9870 JD STS 2010, premier cab, 20.8x38 duals, long auger, pro drive, power cast b o a r d , 6 1 5 P U, 1 7 5 t h r a s h i n g h r s . 306-228-7076, Unity, SK.

2009 JD 9770 STS, 431 hrs, premier cab, Contour-Master, extended wear separator pkg., 20.8x42’s, chopper, $182,500 2007 9860, 645 sep. hrs, 800-70Rx38 US. 2009 9770 STS, 425 hrs, premier tires, 915 PU header, like new, asking cab, Contour-Master, heated mirrors, 2 0 . 8 x 4 2 ’ s , c h o p p e r, $ 1 7 5 , 0 0 0 U S . $240,000. 306-693-3415, Moose Jaw, SK. 320-848-2496, 320-894-6560, Fairfax, 1998 JD CTS II, 2000 sep. hrs., loaded, Minnesota. Greenstar, P914 PU, shedded, field ready. 1997 JD 9600, 3590/2581 hrs., 914 PU, 306-695-2623, Indian Head, SK. chaff spreader, fine cut chopper, field 1993 JD 9600, dual range cyl., reverser, ready, shedded, $66,000 OBO or 1999 JD chaff spreader and chopper, Dial-A-Matic 9610 3639/2545 hrs., 914 PU, chaff Dial-A-Speed, newer rubber, 2730 thresh- spreader, fine cut chopper, field ready, ing hrs., 3700 engine hrs., $47,000. yield and moisture, shedded, $75,000 306-258-4731, St. Denis, SK. OBO. Contact Fisher Farms Ltd., 1996 JD 9600, 2716 sep. hrs., 914 pickup, 204-622-8800 office or 204-638-2700 cell AutoSteer, yield and moisture, dual spd. or, Dauphin, MB. cyl., chaff spreader, fine cut chopper, 20’ 1998 JD 9610, 1600 threshing hrs., DAS, unloading auger, Greenlighted Spring of header height, fine cut chopper, 2 spd. 2011, new: rub bars, concave, clean grain cyl., long auger, 914 PU header, used on gearbox, popup auger, return elevator stone free land, not used on peas or lenchain, excellent rubber, always shedded. tils, stored indoors, vg cond., in field work306-625-3674, Ponteix, SK. Can email ing, $87,000. 306-463-8123, Eatonia SK pics. Email: 1995 JD 9500, 2 spd. cylinder, chopper, JD 8820, rebuilt, low hrs., w/Sunnybrook chaff spreader, always shedded, field concave and cyl., airfoil sieve, field ready, ready, $35,000. Call 306-755-2157, exc. Will sell or lease for custom work. Tramping Lake SK. 204-466-2927, 204-871-5170, Austin, MB. 1996 JD 9600, chaff spreader, hopper ex1990 JD 9500, 2217 sep. hrs., 912 PU 2 tensions, dual chopper, field ready, spd. cylinder, many new and updated $50,000. 306-524-4960, Semans, SK. parts, Redekop chaff saver, 4 new tires, always shedded, mint cond. 204-748-8391, 1985 8820 TITAN II, 4618 hrs., 212 PU, Kirby chaff spreader, 30.5x32 tires, long Virden, MB. auger. 306-278-7361, Glenavon, SK. 2007 JD 9760 STS, 950 hrs., CMI done, Greenstar, monitor, long auger, fine cut FOR SALE: JD 105 combine, diesel engine, straw chopper, cab, excellent condition, chopper. 306-882-4561, Rosetown, SK. shedded. 204-773-2868, Russell, MB. 2004 9660 STS, 1100 threshing hrs., yield and moisture monitors, 914P PU header. 2000 JD 9650W, 2800 sep. hrs., $29,000 $135,000. Brent 780-385-0081 or email in recent work orders, $89,900 OBO. 306-231-8111, Humboldt, SK. Killam, AB. 2006 JD 9760 STS, reduced, $189,000 1994 JD 9600, Greenlight done, 4400 with 3 years interest free; JD 7720, $8500. sep. hrs., $39,900 OBO. Call Gary at Hergott Farm Equipment, your Case/IH 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. Visit Dealer, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK.

2005 JD 635F HYDRAFLEX header, new full finger auger, knife and guards, nice condition, $29,900. Trades welcome, fin a n c i n g ava i l a b l e . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 2005 JD 9860 premium, loaded, fresh Greenlight, field ready. Big top, 615P; 2008 9770, 725 sep. hrs., ContourMaster, integrated AutoTrac ready, large and small wire concaves, Both absolutely mint! New 615P. 204-242-4074, Manitou, MB 2003 JD 9750 STS, 1300 thrashing hrs., precision PU, large single drives, fine cut chopper, $150,000 OBO. 306-389-7667 or 306-445-4032, Ruddell, SK. JD 6600, gas engine, very nice shape, always shedded, must be seen, offers. 306-668-4781, Grandora, SK. 1993 JD 9600, 3339 hrs, $49,000; 1996 JD 9600, 3053 hrs, $59,000. Both w/914 PU’s, fine cut choppers, chaff spreaders, 2 spd. cyl., long augers, exc. rubber, shedded, field ready. 306-233-7305, Cudworth, SK. 1996 JD 9600, 2313 sep. hrs., 914 PU, Sunnybrook cyl. and concaves, Redekopp Mav chopper, new tires, asking $65,000. 306-533-1314, Vibank, SK. 1987 7721 TITAN II, always shedded, no pulses, very well maintained, field ready, must be seen. Call Doug 306-356-4711, 306-932-7352 cell, Dodsland, SK. 1986 JD 7720 Titan II, 3000 eng. hrs., JD RWA, very good condition w/1996 JD 925R rigid header in mint cond. $30,000 for both. 204-642-7010, Arborg, MB.

COMBINE DUAL KITS for JD STS 38” or 42”, new tires $14,900. New duals for any combine, new tires, $4300. We want your tires and rims on trade! 1-800-667-4515. 1985 7720 TITAN II, S/N 611083, hydrostatic, 30.5Lx32 tires- good, 212 PU table, $10,500 OBO; 224 straight cut header w/PU reel, $1500. 306-587-2830, Cabri SK 1986 JD 6620, 3247 total hrs., 6-belt JD PU, straw chopper, always, shedded; 925 JD HEADER, rigid batt reel, very good condition. 306-374-9770, Hanley SK.

1993 MACDON 960 36’ header, MD PU reel, Empire gauge wheels, knife, guards and canvas good. Fits JD combines, other adapters avail., $14,900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515

2008 9870 STS JD combine, 600 eng. hrs., 400 rotor hrs., AutoSteer ready, Contour Master, variable spd., HD feeder chain, 520/85R38 duals, 480/70R30 rear tires, header pkg., fine cut chopper, c/w 615P 16’ 2012 PU header, 2008 630F straight cut header, 30’ machine c/w both headers, field ready. Can deliver. Total $271,000. 204-743-2324, Cypress River, MB.

1984 MF 850 combine, low hrs, always shedded, PU header, no chopper, open to offers. 306-788-4502 Moose Jaw, SK area.



1987 MF 8560 rotary, 3200 hrs, w/388 2008 HONEYBEE PLUS, 36’, double Melroe PU and 9224 24’ straight header knife, extra wide mouth, adapter for 8010, w/UII reel, $22,000. Ph. 306-638-4860 reversible knife. 204-851-1856 Reston, MB days, Findlater, SK. MACDON 974, 30’ flex draper header, JD 1984 MF 860 combine, 6 cyl. std., AC, adapter, PU reel, pea auger, one owner, chopper w/new blades, 9001 PU, 9024 shedded, exc., $49,000. 306-648-3540, straight cut, newer sieves, shedded, 306-648-7721, Gravelbourg, SK. $4500. 204-773-3044, Russell, MB. 2006 UNIVERSAL HEADER w/22’ Elmers 1983 860 and 1986 860, $8,000, both in PU, done 1000 acres, exc. cond. Grandexc. shape, always shedded. 403-552-3753 view, MB. 204-648-4028, 204-546-3069. or 780-753-0353, Kirriemuir, AB. 2004 MACDON 963, 36’ header w/873 1987 MF 8590, low acres on new pickup adapter to fit IH 88 series combines. UII header and pickup, field ready, $22,500. PU reel, pea augers, gauge wheels new beginning of last season. Excellent always, 306-528-4681, Nokomis, SK. s h e d d e d . Tr e n t 3 0 6 - 3 7 2 - 4 1 9 1 o r PARTING OUT Massey Ferguson 860. Nu- 306-372-7733. Luseland, SK. merous rebuilt parts on it. 306-228-3698, MF 9022, 22’ header, batt reel, new knife Unity, SK. and guards, self-contained hyds., exc. 1979 MF 751 PT, Renn PU, straw chopper, shape for 750, 760, 850 or 860 Massey shedded, good cond.; WHITE 18’ straight combine. 403-572-3576, Three Hills, AB. cut header, fits White 5542 combines. Good cond. 306-782-0270, Yorkton, SK. 1985 MASSEY 860 combine, V8 hydro, 2300 hrs., $12,500. Call 306-795-2774, Ituna, SK. MF860 GOOD FOR PARTS, poor concave and shaker shoe, new walkers and air foil sieves, $7500; 30’ MF header, $4500. Both inside storage. 306-472-3705, Lafleche, SK 1985 MF 860 6 cyl. hydro, hopper and auger ext., Victory PU, straw spreader, 3720 hrs.; 1985 860, 6 cyl. std., hopper ext. straw spreader, 3260 hrs.; 1980 860, 6 cyl. hydro, hopper ext., straw spreader, 3780 h r s . , M e l r o e P U. $ 5 0 0 0 fo r c h o i c e . 306-759-2104, 306-759-7883, Eyebrow SK PRECISION JD 13’ HEADER with 14’ 1987 8590 MASSEY rotary, 4300 eng. hrs, Rake-Up, good auger, hyd., windguard. 13’ Rake-Up PU header, Norton reverser, $17,800. Trades welcome, financing Kirby chaff spreader, 30’ rigid MF header available. w/gauge wheels, $25,000 OBO. For de- 1-800-667-4515 tailed info call 306-939-4509, Earl Grey SK NH 971 30’ rigid, Crary air reel, PU reel, $7500; Cat P13 header, Rake-Up PU, less MASSEY FERGUSON 852 PT, 1163 hrs., then 1500 hrs., $14,500. Both in very good Rodono chopper, well maintained, shed- condition. 306-861-4592, Weyburn, SK. ded, $4000. 403-783-6495, Ponoka, AB. BUYING A HEADER? You should consider 1987 MF 8560, Howard concaves, Melroe an accumulator. Call us on proper applicapickup, good condition. 306-378-4054 or tion. Hydratec Hydraulics, 1-800-667-7712 306-831-7554, Elrose, SK. 2008 MF 9790, 0 hours, warranty Mav JD 924 24’ rigid header, batt reel, very c h o p p e r, 1 6 ’ S w a t h m a s t e r p i c k u p . good condition. 306-374-9770, Hanley, SK. 403-588-0766, Three Hills, AB. NH 973 FLEX HEAD, 24’, numerous new parts. M A C D O N H E A D E R 9 6 0 , 30’ w/MacDon PU reel. Phone 403-677-2261 or 1-877-440-2261, Standard, AB.

2004 HONEYBEE SP30 UII PU reel, fore/aft, transport, good knife and guards, good canvas, $21,900. Trades welcome, fin a n c i n g ava i l a b l e . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 1998 JD 930 flex header, fore and aft, plastic PU reels, $10,000. 306-524-4960, Semans, SK. LEXION 540, 40’ flex, AutoHeight, Terrain tracer, full finger auger, PU reel, poly skids, field ready, $28,500. 306-344-4811, Paradise Hill, SK. 1998 36’ HONEYBEE header, PU reel, pea auger. New canvases, center drum and fingers. Nice shape, $18,500. Phone 403-317-4976, Burdett, AB.

1984 WHITE 8920 combine, $7500; Parting out: 8900 and 8600 White combines. Phone 306-238-4457, Goodsoil, SK. 1981 9700 V8 Perkins, hydro, chopper, M e l r o e P U , s t r a i g h t c u t h e a d e r. 306-222-0857, Saskatoon, SK.

GLEANER 27’ HEADER Model 327, selfcontained hydraulics, rebuilt wobble box, fits N and R series, excellent shape, $4500. 403-666-2111, Bow Island, AB. 1994 JD RIGID header, model 930, 30’, PU reel, new guards, sickle, wobble box, crop lifters, shedded. $15,000. 306-367-4200 or 306-231-8399, Pilger, SK. JOHN DEERE 914 pickup header, 7 belt, $9500. Phone 306-423-5983 or 306-960-3000, St. Louis, SK. 1995 JD 930R straight cut header, good s h ap e , b at t r e e l s , $ 6 5 0 0 O B O. C a l l 306-948-7843, Biggar, SK. 22’ STRIPPER HEADER, John Deere and Case/IH adapters. 19’ John Deere rigid header. 780-623-1008, St. Lina, AB. 22’ UNIVERSAL HEADER with 20’ Sund PU, works great in canola. $4,000; 212 JD 6 belt PU. $2,000. 204-324-4035, Altona MB

1982 WHITE 9700, custom axceller and custom rotor in chopper, c/w 930 30’ header, w/PU reel, 4” flex, quick cut knife, w / n e w k n i f e h e a d e r, $ 1 7 , 5 0 0 . 306-528-4681, Nokomis, SK. FLEX HEADERS: 2004 JD 635F, $26,500; 2005 JD 635F, $27,500; 2004 JD 630F, $24,250. Located at Carman, MB. Call Shelton 701-330-7401, 1998-8570 Massey Combine, 2135 hours shedded.........CASH $45,900 2006-9790 835 sep hours, shedded with rake pick up and chopper....................CASH $159,500 2000-8780 XP Chopper, rake pick up, 1135 hours.......CASH $94,500 2000-8780 XP Chopper rake pickup................CASH $79,500 Nick’s Service Ltd USED PICKUP REELS: 25’ MacDon for 306-781-1077 MD 960 or MD SP swathers $2880; 25’ UII #2 South Plains RD. West for HoneyBee headers $4980; 30’ MacDon Emerald Park, SK. off JD 930 $3480; 21’ MacDon off MD 960 $3380. Trades welcome, financing avail. 1-800-667-4515, HEADER- NH 973 flex, new auger, good c o n d i t i o n , $ 1 1 , 5 0 0 O B O. C a l l D a n 306-692-5128, Moose Jaw, SK. 2009 HONEYBEE 36’, 1100 acres, mint, as new, JD adapter, dividers and lifters avail, loaded. 306-859-7788, Beechy, SK. 1994 1020 25’ CIH, flex header with PU reels, fore/aft, with transport, $15,000. 1997 30’ HONEYBEE HEADER, pea au- 306-896-2817, Churchbridge, SK. ger, new UII PU reel, gauge wheels and new canvases, Gleaner adapter. 1999 800 36’ MACDON DRAPER header, PU reel, GLEANER FLEX 25’, Hart Carter reel, w/new bushings, $7500; Adapter for NH quick cut knife, exc. shape. 306-677-2460, combine, $1500. Brian 204-856-6119, 204-685-2896, MacGregor, MB. 306-677-7680, Hodgeville, SK. 1998 CASE/IH 1010, 25’, fore/aft, PU reel, new knife, excellent, shedded, w/Trailtech transport, $11,500. 306-989-2182 or 306-961-9844 (cell), Paddockwood, SK.

2003 NH 72C 30’ flex header, hyd. fore/aft, PU reels, full finger auger, fits AFX or CR/CX combines, $27,900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515, 2 0 0 8 N H 8 8 C , 3 0 ’ f l e x , fore/aft. $40,000. 306-535-2992, Gray, SK. 1995 HONEYBEE 36’ IH 88 adaptor, batt reels, new canvases, $12,500; 1986 24’ 224 JD flex, Crary air reel, new plastics, IH 88 adaptor avail, $3,500 OBO; 1994 30’ 1010 IH, batt reel, $4,000 OBO; 925 JD flex, PU reel, new skids, $4,000 OBO. 306-648-7935, Gravelbourg, SK.

2007 JD 635 HYDRAFLEX, A-1, $29,900. 14’ SUND PICK-UP, good cond. $2480. Len at 204-324-6298, Altona, MB. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515, MACDON HEADERS for CIH, JD and NH combines, 30’ and 36’, several available. 2007 14’ 76C NH header, very little use, exc. cond., shedded w/14’ Rake-Up PU. Phone 780-875-8505, Lloydminster, AB. 204-724-7124, Brandon, MB. 2009 CASE 2152 MacDon header, 35’, done 1500 acres. Margo, SK. Call Darroll 306-324-2141, cell: 306-272-7151. COMBINE DUAL KITS $4300. Fit 971 NH 24’ header w/PU reel, good shape, NEW any combine with 32” tires with duals. $7600. 780-363-2132, Mundare, AB. Limited supplies. Trades welcome, financ2007 JD 936D, fully loaded, excellent con- ing available. dition. Phone 306-592-4524, Buchanan, 1-800-667-4515. SK. CLEARANCE 15% OFF NEW PICK-UP REELS In Stock. 25’ $4505; 30’ $5015, 36’ $5865. While supplies last. 1-800-667-4515.

1989 25’ 1010 Case/IH header, PU reel, $8500; 1998 30’ 1010 header PU reel, $13,000; 1999 30’ 1042 Case/IH draper header, 2388 Case adapter, PU reel, transport, $28,500; 2006 36’ 2042 CIH draper header, 8010 adapter, PU reel, transport, ORIGINAL COMBINE ROLL TARP 25’ HONEYBEE HEADER for Ford NH bi- $42,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment THE quickly roll over to protect hopper condirectional tractor, w/PU reel, transport Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. tents and prevent spoiled grain in hopper. and gauge wheels; Also 21’ MacDon for most makes and models. swather or combine header w/PU reel. 1984 NH 970 HEADER 24’, dual knife Available Maurer and Crary tarps also available. Phone 780-875-8505, Lloydminster, AB. drive, good condition. $7900. Trades wel- 204-746-8260, Morris, MB. 2005 36’ FLEX HEADER, w/air reel, come, financing available. 1-800-667-4515 NEW 30’ HART CARTER PU reel. Also, fore/aft, full finger auger, fits Massey Headsight AutoHeight control system for 9790, $25,000. 306-587-7602, Abbey, SK. NH CR/CX models. 306-648-3523 res. 306-648-7766 cell, Gravelbourg, SK. 2007 HONEY BEE 3655 flex draper header, fore and aft, pickup reels, pea auger, JD USED STRAW CHOPPER rotor w/new 60 series adaptor, $45,000. 306-473-2627, knives and tail board for JD 9650 STS; 7 Willow Bunch, SK. belt drive rotor for 914 PU and Calmar downspout. 306-748-2264, Neudorf, SK. MACDON 873 ADAPTOR fits 8010 CIH. Removed from 972 header, single point attachment. 204-648-4649, Dauphin, MB.

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1-800-667-7421 1998 HONEYBEE SP36, 36’ header, UII PU reels, Schumacher cutting system, fits CIH 80/88 series, other adapters available $16,900. 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

25’ MACDON 960, 1995, PU reel, good cond., fits NH TR/TX, $12,900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515 2009 630D DRAPER header, $49,500. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB. ALL MAKES FLEX heads to fit your combine. Headers in stock: JD 925 w/PU reel, poly skids, steel dividers, reconditioned, $8500; JD 925, PU reel, poly skids, poly dividers, recond. $11,500; JD 930, PU reel, poly skids, steel dividers, working, not recond., $5900; JD 930, PU reel, poly skids, poly dividers, recond., $12,500; JD 930, PU reel, poly skids, poly dividers, full finger auger, recond., $17,500; JD 630, PU reel, poly skids, poly dividers, full finger auger, single point, recond., $26,500; JD 635, PU reel, poly skids, poly dividers, full finger auger, single point, recond., $26,500; CIH 1020 30’, PU reel, poly skids, recond., $11,500. Many more available, both as is and recond i t i o n e d . A l l p r i c e s O B O. C a l l G a r y 204-326-7000, Steinbach, MB. 3 - MASSEY 5100 36’ Draper headers, HC PU reel, fore and aft, transport kit, gauge wheels, MF/JD adapter plates, single point hook up, starting at $17,900. 701-425-8400, Vermilion, AB. NEW MACDON 871 HEADER ADAPTER, fits Gleaner R series, shedded, never used, $12,500. 403-666-2111, Bow Island, AB. RECONDITIONED rigid and flex, most makes and sizes; Also header transports. Ed Lorenz, 306-344-4811, Paradise Hill, SK,

CRARY BIG TOP hopper toppers available for JD, CIH, NH, and GL combines, $1795. 1-800-667-4515. 1998 MACDON 960 36’ header, excellent knife and guards, batt reel, factory trans., fi t s C I H c o m b i n e s , o t h e r a d ap t e r s available, $11,900. Trades welcome, fin a n c i n g ava i l a b l e . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 ADAPTERS FOR HONEYBEE AND MACCIH 1010 25’ HEADER PU reel, hyd DON in stock to fit NH, CIH, JD and Versafore/aft, crop lifters, overall good cond. tile bi-directional tractors, $1400-$4900. $8,900. Trades welcome, financing avail. Tr a d e s w e l c o m e . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 . 1-800-667-4515 1-1/2” KNIFE, GUARDS, gator, lifters, Keho air reel, fits 1010 Case 30’ header. 306-861-0588, Weyburn, SK.


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2009 JD 635D, hyd fore/aft, hyd tilt, double knife drive, poly skids, transport, 2010 updates. 306-338-8078, Quill Lake, SK. CRARY CHAFF SPREADERS. We are JD 630 FLEX header c/w PU reel, $22,500; Canada’s largest Crary dealer. Complete JD 925 Flex, fore/aft, 50 series hookup, kit c/w hyd motor, hoses, fittings, flow valve and flow pan. All makes and models $13,500. 780-679-7795, Gwynne, AB. ava i l a b l e . $ 2 4 9 5 . 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 4 5 1 5 . 1015 CIH 13’ header, w/CIH PU, $5800; MacDon 871 adapter, fits 1680 to 2388 8820 FEEDER CHAIN, not bent or brokCIH, $4500. 306-452-3907, Redvers, SK. en, $375. 306-825-3376, Lloydminster, SK. 2004 930D, PU reel, $25,000. 403-684-3540, Brant, AB.

1994 MACDON 2900 swather, 30’, gauge CASE IH 1020 flex header w/ bean cutter, wheels, 2 spd., PU reels, $30,000. Phone PU reel, 30’, vg working cond. Can deliver. 306-524-4960, Semans, SK. $6900. 204-743-2324, Cypress River MB. 1991 36’ MACDON 960 with JD 9600 or 50 series adapter, PU reel, good condition, EASY HARVEST SYSTEMS LTD asking $12,500. 306-831-8717, Eston, SK. IS YOUR ROTOR OUT OF BALANCE? * used combine headers - all 40’ HEADER TRANSPORT. Custom built, New straw choppers c/w drive, superior torsion bar to accommodate flex, 4 sad- design with IH factory appearance. 40/60 makes - all sizes dles, moveable axle, $3780. Trades wel- S e r i e s $ 4 0 8 0 . 8 0 / 8 8 S e r i e s $ 4 3 1 0 . * new EHR PU reels come, financing available. 1-800-667-4515 1-800-667-4515. * used Draper Headers * PU reel updates: FLEX HEADS: CASE/IH 1020 25’, $6000; to rebuild Hart Carter reels 30’, $8500; 30’ w/air reel, $9500; 1010 * PU reel fingers for most PU reels. 1- 8 00- 667- 98 71 • Regin a PU, $3000; 820, $2000; JD 930, needs work, $4500. Call 1-866-938-8537. 1- 8 00- 667- 3095 • S askatoon P hone 78 0- 8 75 - 8 5 05 1- 8 00- 38 7- 2 768 • M an itob a Llo yd m in ster, Alta . 24’ AGCO 400 HEADER, PU reel, fits R 1- 8 00- 2 2 2 - 65 94 • Ed m on ton Em a il: ra b en o it@ m csn series, good shape, $5500. 403-666-2111, Fa x: 780- 875- 8567 Bow Island, AB. “ Fo rAllY o u rFa rm Pa rts”


2 - 2020 CASE 35’ flex auger headers, 2009 and 2008. 204-632-5334 or 204-981-4291, leave msg. Winnipeg, MB. 2009 CASE/IH 45’ draper head w/finger r e e l a n d t r a n s p o r t , $ 5 1 , 0 0 0 U S D. 701-845-0013, Valley City, ND. JD 930F FLEX header, some new parts, $11,500. 306-741-9510, Hodgeville, SK. JD 930 STRAIGHT cut header, batt reel, crop lifters, always shedded; Elmer’s header trailer also available. 204-526-7257, 204-723-2550, Holland, MB. 2010 JD 635F hydraflex, low dam, all options, $31,500 USD. 320-848-2496, 320-894-6560, Fairfax, Minnesota.

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1993 HONEYBEE SP42, 42’ header, UII PU reels, dual knife drive, Schumacher cutting system in good shape, fits JD combines, other adapters available, $15,900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515 930 RIGID HEADER, fore and aft, crop lifters. 930 flex header, plastic PU reel, poly skids. Both field ready. 306-882-3384, Rosetown, SK. 2020 CASE/IH, 35’ FF auger, poly skids, Terrain tracer, 2009, very clean, $35,900. 306-344-4811, Paradise Hill, SK.

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TWO MACDON 872 HEADER adaptors: 2004 w/driveline, fits CR/CX NH combine, 2002 fits TX/TR NH combine. $5500 each. 204-372-6056, Fisher Branch, MB.

CIH 1010, 30’, PU reel, transport, $8,900; JD 930, 30’, $6500; CIH 2052 35’ draper, $48,900; MacDon 973 35’ draper, CIH adapter, $42,500; HoneyBee SPA, 36’, w/Gleaner mount, $22,900; CIH 2052, 36’ draper; CIH 30’ 1020 flex, just in. Hergott Farm Equip, 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK

NEW REDEKOP MAV fine-cut chopper and chaff spreader, NH TR95, 96, 97, 98, 99, $8650. Trades wanted 1-800-667-4515 WANT BETTER SEED RECOVERY AND LESS TRASH IN YOUR GRAIN? New Peterson sieves for TR95-99, adjustable airfoil, $1190. 1-800-667-4515. COMPLETE SHANK ASSEMBLIES, Morris 7 Series Magnum; JD 1610, $135 ea.; JD 1610/610 (black) $180. 306-259-4923 306-946-7923, Young, SK. LANDA PRESSURE WASHERS, steam washers, parts washers. M&M Equipment Ltd., Parts and Service 306-543-8377, fax 306-543-2111, Regina, SK.

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LOEFFELHOLZ TRACTOR AND COMBINE Salvage, Cudworth, SK., 306-256-7107. We sell new, used and remanufactured parts for most farm tractors and combines. w w w .f yf e p a rts .c om SMALL AD, BIG SAVINGS, BEST PRICES. ALLISON TRANSMISSIONS Service, Smith’s Tractor Wrecking, Allan, SK. Sales and Parts. Exchange or custom re- 1-888-676-4847. builds available. Competitive warranty. Spectrum Industrial Automatics Ltd., Red GOODS USED TRACTOR parts. New, used, rebuilt parts for tractors, swathers. Deer, AB. 1-877-321-7732. Call 204-564-2528, 1-877-564-8734 or fax CHAFF SPREADERS starting at $1250, 204-564-2054, Roblin, MB. David or Curtis. l o t s a v a i l a b l e . Tr a d e s w e l c o m e . Open Monday to Saturday. Visa, MC. Email: 1-800-667-4515. Website: NEW REDEKOP MAV fine-cut chopper and chaff spreader, NH TR95, 96, 97, 98, H E A R D ’ S C O M B I N E S A LVAG E LT D 99, $8650. Trades wanted 1-800-667-4515 wrecking: CIH 1680, 1660, 1480, 1460; M a s s ey 8 6 0 , 8 5 0 ; N H T R 8 6 . P h o n e 306-689-2574, Abbey, SK. STEIGER TRACTOR PARTS for sale. Very affordable new and used parts available, PARTING IH 1482 w/reverser; CI960, 9600 and swathers; Ford 642; Urvold made in Canada and USA. 1-800-982-1769 spreader. 306-693-2626, Caronport, SK. ENGINE KITS, ENGINE PARTS, clutches, machine shop services. Sanderson Tractor 430 CASE DIESEL, FEL, needs motor job, $1100. Call 306-781-2902, Lajord, SK. Ltd. 204-239-6448, Portage la Prairie, MB.


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NEW KRONE SILAGE EQUIPMENT: Big X forage harvesters, Easy Flow pickup headers and Easy Collect corn headers in stock. 2004 NH RI 600 8-row corn header. Will fit either NH FX or JD 6000/7000 series $27,000 OBO. Noble Equipment Ltd. 1-877-490-3020, Nobleford, AB.

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COMBINE WORLD 1-800-667-4515, 20 min. E of Saskatoon, SK on Hwy. #16. 1 year warranty on all new, used, and rebuilt parts. Canada’s largest inventory of late model combines, swathers, and balers. PA R T I N G O U T 1 9 8 1 9 7 0 0 , Pe r k i n s , 30.5x32 rubber, machine still complete. 306-222-0857, Saskatoon, SK. SMITH’S TRACTOR WRECKING. Huge inventory new and used tractor parts. 1-888-676-4847. WRECKING: CASE 2394 tractor; 4 Versatile 400 swathers; 7721 JD combine. Phone 306-255-7614, Colonsay, SK.




Huge Inventory Of Used, New & Rebuilt Combine & Tractor Parts. Tested And Ready To Ship. We Purchase Late Model Equipment For Parts. WRECKING COMBINES: IHC 1482, 915, 914, 715, 503, 403; JD 7701, 7700, 6601, 6600, 106, 105, 95, 630; MF 860, 760, 751, 750, 510, 410, S92; NH TR70, 95, 1400, 995, 985; White 8800, 8600, 7800, 7600; CFE 5542, 542, 545; Gleaner C, F, L, M; CCIL 9600, 960, 951; Versatile 2000; Case 960. 306-876-4607, Goodeve, SK. WRECKING CASE 2090 and 2290 and for parts, 2290 motor seized. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255.

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SEXSMITH USED FARM PARTS LTD. Sexsmith, Alta. Email: YOUR ONE STOP FOR NEW, USED & REBUILT AG PARTS. Dismantling all major makes & models of tractors, combines, swathers, balers, forage harvesters, Plus Much More.

2002 SPRAY-AIR 3400, 800 gal., 90’ air booms, rinse tank, Raven autorate. $12,000. 306-375-7434, Kyle, SK. 2009 S1070 NH suspended boom, 134’, 1600 gal. tank, autorate, mix and fill, rinse tank, 6 ball valves, double nozzle bodies, Buying Farm Equipment Raven AutoBoom height, 480/80R38 tires, For Dismantling. under 15,000 acres, $61,000. TOP $$$ PAID for scrap batteries. Call 306-738-4424, 306-738-2026, Riceton, SK. 306-761-1688, Regina, SK. CASE/IH 160 suspended boom sprayer, L3 GLEANER COMBINE, motor needs re- 1600 gal., 134’, 3” fill, GS2, loaded, pair, new rub bars and concave, new tire, $39,500. 403-578-3308, Coronation, AB. many new belts and parts to go with, BRANDT 100’ PT SPRAYER QF2000S, straight and PU header, sell complete, two tanks, $6900. Trades welcome, financ$2000. 306-846-4833, Dinsmore, SK. ing available. MASSEY COMBINE 550, grey cab, 1275 1-800-667-4515. hours, motor runs good, trans. stuck in re- SYSTEM 55 FLEXI-COIL, 70’, windscreens, verse, $1000 OBO; Case baler 8480, soft wheel boom, 650 gal. tank, $5900 OBO. core, needs PU, $1000 OBO. Lloydminster, Phone 204-851-1856, Reston, MB. SK. 306-825-2196. 2003 FLEXI-COIL 67XL susp. boom, 90’, WRECKING COMBINES at CUDWORTH, 1250 gal. tank, triple nozzle bodies, wind used parts, boxes and hoists. Combine screens, rinse tank, wand wash, exc. cond. sieve rebuilding. 14’ Sund pickup. Call Rod at 306-463-7713, Kindersley, SK. Fresh 1460, IHC 1482’s, TR70, 8700 White; Two 7721 John Deere’s, etc. R&J 1980 WILGER 460, 400 gal. stainless steel Welding, Roland Sakowski, Cudworth, SK, tank, 60’ w/break away boom ends, hyd. centrifugal pump, electric controls, 1300 Phone 306-256-7088. gal. water supply tank. 306-945-2378, PARTING OUT: 9700, 860, 760, 750, 400 Waldheim, SK. Versatile swather. Call 306-528-4681, Nokomis, SK.


WANTED: TRACTORS, SWATHERS, and round balers for parts or in need of repair. 306-395-2668, 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. G.S. TRACTOR SALVAGE, JD tractors only. 306-497-3535, Blaine Lake, SK. TRIPLE B WRECKING, wrecking tractors, combines, cults., drills, swathers, mixmills. etc. We buy equipment. 306-246-4260, 306-441-0655, Richard, SK. MURPHY SALVAGE: new, used, rebuilt parts for tractors, combines, swather, tillage and misc. machinery. Always buying. Website: Phone 1-877-858-2728, Deleau, MB.

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2004 NEW HOLLAND FP 230 PT forage harvester, 3-row corn head and hay header, elec. swing arm, approx. 150 hrs, like new cond., used 2 seasons. $27,000. Can deliver. Cypress River, MB. 204-743-2324. 430 FARM AID SILAGE wagon, approx. 8 yrs. old, w/scale, one owner, shedded, exc. condition. 204-767-2327, Alsona, MB.

2010 JD 7250 SP forage harvester and 640C hay pickup, 50 chopping hours, Hi arch spout. Priced to move at $169,900. Contact Royce 306-921-9310, Melfort, SK.

NH 2205 SP Forage Harvestor, 340 HP, field ready, 6 row corn header, plus pickup h e a d e r. C a l l Pe t e r 4 0 3 - 7 3 9 - 2 1 2 2 , DEUTZ TRACTOR SALVAGE: Used parts 403-382-8637, Enchant, AB. for Deutz and Agco. Uncle Abes Tractor, 519-338-5769, fax 338-3963, Harriston ON COMMERCIAL SILAGE, TRUCK BODIES, trailers. Well constructed, heavy duty, taCOMB-TRAC SALVAGE. We sell new and pered w/regular grain gates or hyd. silage used parts for most makes of tractors, gates. CIM, Humboldt, SK, 306-682-2505. combines, balers, mixmills and swathers. Phone 306-997-2209, 1-877-318-2221, KEMPER 4500, 6-row corn header, fits Borden, SK. JD 6000 or 7000 series, SPFH, exc. cond., We buy machinery. $19,500. JD 678, 8-row corn header, fits 7000 series, SPFH, like new cond., TRACTOR SALVAGE ARRIVALS, Ford JD 7610, 7710, 6600, 8340, 5000, 4000, 8N, $83,500. 403-308-8630, Lethbridge, AB. Super Major, IH 5488, 885, 784, 844, 574, 2003 CATTELAC 450 mixer wagon, 4 au756, B275. Nuffield 4/65, 10/60. David ger, 1000 PTO, $16,500. Dairyland Agro Brown 1690, 1394, 1212. MF 95, 65, 35, Supply 306-242-5850, Saskatoon, SK. 3165. JD 4010. Volvo 650, 800. Unity, SK. 2000 FARM AID mixer wagon, above averPh. 306-228-3011. age condition, $10,000. 306-736-2684, FORD 642 COMBINE, was running when Kipling, SK. parked, gas engine is stuck, have service manual; 2 CCIL 550 swathers with gas and YOUNG’S EQUIPMENT INC. For all your diesel. 780-623-1008, St. Lina, AB. silage equipment needs call Kevin or Ron toll free 1-800-803-8346, Regina, SK. AGRA PARTS PLUS, parting older tractors, tillage, seeding, haying, along w/oth- 2004 JD 7500 forage harvester, no PU er Ag equipment. 3 miles NW of Battle- reel, 1910 hrs, w/wo 30’ straight cut header, $155,000. 403-684-3540, Brandt, AB ford, SK. off #16 Hwy. Ph: 306-445-6769.

2009 1286C ROGATOR, 1280 gal. tank, foam marker, rinse tank, chem inductor, 100’ boom, flood light kit, Raven Viper Pro, AccuBoom, SmarTrax AutoSteer, 2 sets of tires, 1150 hrs., drive train warranty. Leasing available. Fillmore, SK. Phone 306-722-3894 or 306-861-3268. 2008 JD 4930, 120’ 1200 gal., 2 sets of tires, eductor, exc. cond. 306-278-2452, 306-278-7396, Porcupine Plain, SK. 1999 854 ROGATOR, 2027 original hrs., 90’ boom, 800 gallon poly tank, 3 way nozzles, rinse tank, foam marker, Raven controller, air ride cab, 320x90R46 and 23.1x26 tires, extra flood lights, Swath Excell Guidance, exe. cond., $92,000 OBO. 204-265-3591 or 204-265-3572, Beausejour, MB. WRECKING: 2009 ROGATOR 1286C 120’ factory steel boom, loaded, 890 hrs. 403-994-7754, Didsbury, AB. 2008 4830 JD, fully loaded, 100’ boom, 1000 gal tank, 2 sets of tires, $215,000 OBO. 306-886-2073 or 306-873-8526, Bjorkdale, SK. 2007 4720 JD, 1400 hrs., 90’ boom, very nice, $159,500. Call 701-240-5737. 1997 HAGIE 284, 90’ boom, AutoBoom height controller, Tridcon crop dividers, new tires, new air induction tips, twin bodies, exc. cond. $75,000. Call Derreck 306-229-6161, Cudworth, SK.

1997 WILLTEN SPRAYER TRAILER. 3 - 1 0 , 0 0 0 l b . a x l e s used to haul a 4720/4830 JD, c/w a new 1350 Imp. gal. l ow p r o t a n k , $ 1 2 , 5 0 0 , C a l l J o n at 780-787-3326, Vermilion, AB. DROP DECK semi style sprayer trailers Air ride, tandem and tridems. 45’ - 53’. SK: 306-398-8000; AB: 403-350-0336. TRIDEKON CROP SAVER, crop dividers. Reduce trampling losses by 80 to 90%. Call Great West Agro, 306-398-8000, Cut Knife, SK. NEW 710/70R38 rims and tires for JD 4710, 4720, and 4730. $15,000/set. Also dual kits for combines. 306-697-2856, Grenfell, SK.

48 ATOM JET PAIRED row openers for Case/IH Concorde edge-on with 1/4” stainless liquid fertilizer pressure tube, could easily be switched to granular. $150 OBO each. 204-461-2747, Winnipeg, MB 2010 JD 1870 Conserva Pak 56’, 12” spacing, paired row openers, rear hitch, 1910 430 bu. commodity cart TBT w/con2006 WILMAR EAGLE 8500, 90’, 2400 hrs, veyor, duals and 4 meter rolls, optional AlOutback GPS, mapping, etc, extra tires, pine liquid kit. 306-395-2652, Chaplin, SK. crop dividers, other options. Prince Albert, 1997 K-HART 36’ disc opener air drill, SK. 306-961-6170. 7180 Morris variable rate tank, exc., field 2000 NH SF550 Rogator, 2100 hrs., 90’ ready, $42,000. 306-378-2372, Elrose, SK. boom, 660 gal. SS tank, Norac boom 2009 BOURGAULT 3310 PHD, 65’, 10” height control, farmer owned since new. spacing, MRB’s, 3/4” knives, Topcon block306-272-7321 or 306-272-3858, Foam age sensors, 10,000 acres, $175,000. Lake, SK. 306-648-3675 or 306-648-3540, Gravel2009 CASE/IH 4420, 1200 SS, 280 HP, bourg, SK. 1350 hrs., $189,000. Call 1-800-735-5846. RETIRING: 2004 Bourgault 5710, 59’, MELROE SPRA-COUPE 215 52’, 4 wheel, MRB’s, 2008 TBH 6450 tank. Will sell drill separate if first. Also 2008 Versatile 535 $8900. Call 306-231-8111, Humboldt, SK. tractor. All low acres. 306-445-5642, DELTA SPRAYER TRAILER, 1994, 20’, North Battleford, SK. 20,000 lbs, good condition. $5900. Trades 1997 BOURGAULT 8810 40’, w/3225 tank, w e l c o m e , f i n a n c i n g a v a i l a b l e . 8” space, mid-row banders, NH3 kit, steel 1-800-667-4515, pkrs, $46,500. 204-573-7787, Brandon, MB 2010 JOHN DEERE 4730, 100’, 670 hrs., ‘BOURGAULT PERSUING PERFECTION’ boom height and section control, GPS 1996 Flexi-Coil 5000, 57’ w/Flexi 4350 w/2600 display, poly, 2 sets of tires. cart, $88,000; 2004 Bourgault 5710, 47’, Phone 306-536-3870, Regina, SK. shedded, $79,000; 2001 5710, 54’, DS, FARM CHEMICAL/ SEED COMPLAINTS NH3, 8” rubber pkrs, MRB, $99,000; 2006 We also specialize in: Crop insurance ap- Bourgault 6550, double shoot, Zynx monipeals; Chemical drift; Residual herbicide; tor, $89,000; 2010 Bourgault 6550, single Custom operator issues; Equipment mal- shoot, mint, $89,000; 2002 Bourgault function. Qualified Agrologist on staff. Call 5710, 40’, DS, 3” rubber, $49,000; 2001 Back-Track Investigations for assistance 5710, 64’, 9.8” spacing, MRB’s, 3.5 rubber packers, w/2001 5440 air tank, $115,000; regarding compensation, 1-866-882-4779. 2003 Bourgault 5710, 54’, DS, 3” rubber, 284 HAGIE 800 gal. tank, 94’ boom, 2400 $89,000; 2002 Bourgault 5710, 54’, single hrs., AutoBoom, AutoSteer, crop dividers. shoot, 3” rubber, $69,500; 1993 Flexi-Coil $50,000 OBO. 306-864-7945, Kinistino, SK. 5000/2320, single shoot, 3.5” steel, 2000 854 ROGATOR, 2785 hrs., 90’ boom, $59,000; 1998 Flexi-Coil 5000/2320 TBT, 800 gal. SS tank, 3 way nozzles, Raven single shoot, 4” rubber; $79,000; 2000 controller, Trimble easy steer. $75,000. Bourgault 5710, 64’, new 5-1/2” pneumatic packers, DS, $109,000; 2003 Bourgault 780-853-7205, Vermilion, AB. 5350, dual shoot, $46,000; 2001 Bourgault 2005 SPRA COUPE 7650, 1794 hrs., FWA, 5440, DS, $58,000; JD 1910, $35,000; 80’, Raven Envisio Pro, AutoSteer, section 1998 Bourgault 4350, $35,000; 2006 Bourcontrol, new 320/38 fronts, 380/42 rears gault 6550, single shoot, $89,000; Flexiand 620/42 rear floaters, crop dividers, Coil 800/1610, 33’, $19,500; New 54’ triple nozzles, new bubble jet tips, premi- Bourgault 8810 cult.;2001 Bourgault 5710 um cond., $124,000. Phone 306-695-7994, 54’, 3” rubber packers, DS, $99,000. Call Indian Head, SK. for pricing. RD Ag Central, 306-542-3335 2008 MILLER A75, 1200 gal., 275 HP, or 306-542-8180, Kamsack, SK. $179,000; CIH Patriot 3320, $229,000; 2003 BOURGAULT 5710 Series II, 54’ air Apache A790, $69,000; CIH 4420, 120’ drill w/2003 Bourgault 5350 TBH air cart, here soon; CIH 3330, coming. Call Hergott loaded, $99,900 OBO. 306-543-8746, ReFarm Equip., 306-682-2592, Humboldt, SK gina, 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. 80’ BOURGAULT HARROW/SPRAYER, versa bar, field ready, good condition. 306-726-4616, Southey, SK. 2011 BOURGAULT 7200 HEAVY harrows, 9/16 teeth, less than a month old. 204-851-1856, Reston, MB. BART’S TRANSPORT INC. Specializing in t o w i n g a i r d r i l l s , S K / A B o n l y. DELMAR 72’ HEAVY harrow, hyd tine adjust, new cables/tires, good cond, $12,500 306-441-4316, North Battleford. OBO. 204-751-0046, Notre Dame, MB. JD 787, 230 bu., w/44’ 730 double disc drill, $14,500; Flexi-Coil 1610 w/41’ JD 60’ HARMON HARROW PACKER bar, P-30 1060, $9500. Can deliver. 204-856-6119 packers, field ready, excellent condition, 306-726-4616, Southey, SK. or 204-685-2896, MacGregor, MB. 2004 BOURGAULT 8810, 40’, 10” spacing, NH3, MRB, gang packers, elec. John Blue NH3 control, 5250 3-tank metering, rear hitch, dual fan, exc. cond. 306-247-4906, 306-843-7394, Wilkie, SK. DAVIDSON TRUCKING, PULLING AIR drills/ air seeders, packer bars, Alberta and Sask. 30 years experience. Bob Davidson, Drumheller, 403-823-0746 2009 JD 1890 42’ drill with 350 bu. TBH cart, 7.5” spacing, $135,000. Call Ray 204-825-8121, Morden, MB. 2009 66’ SEED HAWK, 12” spacing, dual castors on wings, 30.5x32 tires on rear centre frame, seeding and fertilizer distrubition system, blockage monitor on seed tower, plus liquid fert. kit, STC sectional control inc. Viper monitor, w/800 bu. Seed Hawk tank, hyd. metered drives and conveyor. $256,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment, 306-449-2255, Storthoaks, SK. FLEXI-COIL 5000 HD drill, 5” carbide rubber packers, rock guard, harrows, dual fan, single shoot, 45’ 3850 TBH tank, blockage, done 5500 acres, always shedded, looks like new, 2008, 30% now- balance in spring, great for canola. $130,000 firm. 403-371-7100, Dalemead, AB

2002 FLEXI-COIL SYSTEM 85, 50’ 400 acres, as new, $29,750. 306-862-2387 or 306-862-2413, Nipawin, SK. BRAND NEW 50’ Phoenix rotary, forward folding, $43,500 OBO. 306-259-4982 or 306-946-7446, Young, SK.

CASE IH CONCORD ATX5010, 50’, 10” spacing, excellent condition, with CASE IH 2300 tank or Flexi-Coil 3450, all options. 204-391-1011, Elie, MB. 40’ CONCORD, 2000 Concord tank, good c o n d i t i o n , $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 O B O. C a l l D a n 306-692-5128, Moose Jaw, SK. EZEE-ON 7500 37.5’ air drill, with ground drive tank, $29,900. Call 306-231-8111, Humboldt, SK. 2005 JD 1910 430 bu. tank w/conveyor, 1820 60’, 10” sp, Bourgault MRB’s, $85,000 OBO. 306-648-7313, Gravelbourg, SK. 2010 NH P2070, 70’, 10” spacing, double shoot, blockage, Atom Jet, NH3 twin band openers, P1060 TBH variable rate cart, $220,000. 306-536-3870, Regina, SK. 2004 CASE ATX 4010, ADX 2230 cart, variable rate, 230 bu. TBH tank, 6.5” packers, 3 bar harrows, 5 plex, 2 sets of openers, vg cond. 204-346-3117 Randolph, MB. 2001 BOURGAULT 5710, 54’, MRB’s, very good condition, $59,000 OBO. Phone 306-563-8482 or 306-782-2586, Rama, SK NEW 2011 FLEXI-COIL 5000 HD, 10” space, 550 lbs., 4” rubber, c/w 4350 VR, TBT. Super Fall Pricing. Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212, Perdue, SK.

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1-800-463-2131 1999 BOURGAULT 4000 coil packer, 40’ width, excellent condition. $4995. 403-627-9300, Pincher Creek, AB.

WANTED: FLEXI-COIL 4350 variable rate TBT cart. 406-286-5541, 406-765-7100, Dave Rasmussen, Antelope, Montana. TWO 2500 GAL. liquid fertilizer wagons. Both include ground driven John Blue feed pumps and Honda 160 load pumps. $12,500 ea. OBO. 780-856-3666, Amisk AB

BOURGAULT 60’ 9400 CHISEL PLOW, exc. shape, $55,000 OBO. 204-632-5334, 204-981-4291, leave msg, Winnipeg, MB. 2007 AGROWPLOW APH2, 19 and two shank non-inversion tillage subsoiler, 24’ treatment width, all hyd. trip system, new tires, excellent condition, $37,500 OBO. VALMAR 1210 AIR seeder with 12 Coulter 403-443-0608, Three Hills, AB. interchangeable seed rollers. Merritt, BC., USED KELLO TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 12’ 250-378-4955, email Kello 210G offset disc; 10’ Kello 250 offset FLEXI-COIL 800, 40’, 1720 tank, w/320 disc; 5 Shank Kello subsoiler. Kellough’s granular applicator, single or double 403-347-2646, Red Deer, AB. shoot, $19,500 OBO. 306-259-4982 or USED FRIGGSTAD 80’ heavy duty cultiva306-946-7446, Young, SK. tor. Call Darroll at 306-324-2141, or cell: 1986 JD 655 28’ air seeder, Peacock preci- 306-272-7151, Margo, SK. sion seeder attachments with 5” paired r o w o p e n e r s a n d p a c k e r w h e e l s . KELLO-BILT 8’ TO 16’ OFFSET DISCS c/w oilbath bearings, 26” to 36” blades. 306-945-2378, Waldheim, SK. The Successful Farmers Choice. WANTED: FLEXI-COIL 820 25’-40’ and 1-888-500-2646 60’. Please call 403-586-0641, Olds, AB. 2007 BOURGAULT 58’ 8800, 8” space 42’ 9200 BOURGAULT air drill with 3195 with air pack, exc. cond; 2007 MORRIS tank, 3 compartments. Fir Mountain, SK. 8900, 59’, DT, exc. cond. 204-648-7085, Phone 306-640-7560. 204-546-2086, Grandview, MB.

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JD 2750, 146 JD FEL, 3 PTH, open station, 18.4x30 tires, 4500 hours, 75 HP, stored inside, premium shape, $20,500. 306-827-2180, Radisson, SK. 2004 JD 7920, MFWD, IVT, 4 hyd., 3800 hrs., shedded, A-1, $92,900. Len 204-324-6298, Altona, MB. JD 8970 4 WD, 4240, 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.

80-18 MORRIS SEED-RITE; Morris 24’ L240 cult. w/harrows; 30’ Morris rodweeder c/w multiplex and harrows. 306-332-4428, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK. 43 LEON DT shank assemblies, w/knockon clip, $60 ea. 204-773-0638, Russell, MB 45’ MF 360 discer, $5000; Also 30’ MF 360 d i s c e r, $ 3 0 0 0 . 306-759-2104, HIGH QUALITY NEW discs at used disc 306-759-7883, Eyebrow, SK p r i c e s , 1 8 ’ t o 4 7 ’ . 4 0 3 - 5 4 5 - 6 3 4 0 , 37’ MORRIS CHALLENGER II with Valmar, 403-580-6889 cell, Bow Island, AB. new shovels, low acres, nice condition. 9400 BOURGAULT CULTIVATOR 60’ with 306-726-4616, Southey, SK. harrows, good shape. $37,000. SCHAFER 30’ TANDEM DISC, good con306-458-2566, 306-458-7772, Midale, SK. dition. $9500. Phone 306-231-7318, 37’ MORRIS 731 deep tillage with 4 bar Humboldt, SK. harrows, $4200. Phone 306-764-7865, COMPLETE SHANK ASSEMBLIES, MorPrince Albert, SK. ris 7 Series Magnum; JD 1610, $135 ea.; 225 KELLO-BILT disc, 28’, notch blades, oil JD 1610/610 (black) $180. 306-259-4923 b at h b e a r i n g s , e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n . 306-946-7923, Young, SK. 306-747-7685, Parkside, SK. KELLO 5 SHANK subsoiler; IHC 800 12 bottom plow; 43’ Leon deep tillage; 40’ Crowfoot packer. 780-623-1008, St. Lina AB. 60’ FRIGGSTAD CHISEL PLOW, 4-bar harrows, 12” spacing, 650 trips, very straight, $21,000. 306-743-7622, Langenburg, SK. AUTO RESET PLOWS: Melroe 8-18, $3500; 8-16, $3000; 7-18, $3000; 7-16, $2500; JD 3600 5-18, $2500; Rippers: DMI 7 shank, $10,900; 5 shank, $8900; Sunflower 14’ disc ripper, $12,000. Portage la Prairie, MB. toll free 1-866-938-8537.

2002 FENDT 920 VARIO, 180 HP, CVT, only 3310 hrs., c/w Quicke Q990 FEL, $99,000; 2001 FENDT 926 VARIO, 260 HP, 3149 hrs., c/w duals, $126,000. Both mint, CVT, 53 kms/hr., LHR, Michelin 710 tires, front axle and cab suspension, 3 PTH, 1000 PTO, 4 hyds. Open to offers on both. Phone 780-206-1234, Barrhead, AB.

TYE 6 SHANK SUBSOILER, good shape, shedded. 780-283-2005, Westlock, AB. 27’ JD 610 deep tillage cultivator, Degelman harrows, excellent condition, $10,500. 306-424-2749 or 306-424-7693, Kendal, SK.

DEUTZ DX 120 2WD tractor. Phillips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. area. Visit for sale bill, photos and video. JD #340 HD 14’ OFFSET DISC, 11” blade 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack s p a c i n g , $ 8 5 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 4 2 3 - 5 9 8 3 , Auction Co. PL 311962. 306-960-3000, St Louis, SK. ALLIS CHALMERS 7045 2WD tractor. PhilNEW 14’ AND 16’ Kello 225 offset discs in lips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment stock. Check our fall discounts. Earl Grey, Auction, Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. area. For sale bill, photos and SK. 306-731-7235. video 60’ MORRIS 760 cultivator w/2420 Valmar 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack and Morris harrows, $3000. 306-567-4274, Auction Co. PL 311962. Davidson, SK. 1987 DEUTZ 7085, FWA, open station, 1980 BOURGAULT COMMANDER V.M. 5900 hrs, FEL, $18,000. 204-525-4521, 2630 30’ cultivator, Degelman 3 bar Minitonas MB mounted harrows. Nice unit. 306-945-2378, Waldheim, SK. 62’ CD FRIGGSTAD chisel plow, 4-bar harrows, 650 trips, 12” spacing, low acres 700 WHITE, FWA, c/w loader and bucket, $22,000. 701-897-0099, Garrison, ND. 3 P T H , n ew r e a r t i r e s , h e at e d c a b. $14,000. 780-389-2483, 780-202-0297, 2010 31’ SALFORD RTS, exc . cond., Thorsby, AB. $50,000. 306-328-4883, 306-338-7886, Wadena, SK. WHITE 2-180 FWA tractor. Phillips and JaFarms Farm Equipment Auction, MORRIS CP-760 w/Beeline, $4500; Morris rowski October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. C P - 7 4 3 , $ 4 0 0 0 . 3 0 6 - 7 5 9 - 2 1 0 4 , Saturday, area. Visit 306-759-7883, Eyebrow, SK. for sale bill, photos and video. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962. 1988 WHITE 2-160 Cummins, 5733 hrs, $21,000. 204-525-4521, Minitonas, MB. 41 20” FARMLAND Coulters w/mounting brackets and 4x4 frame brackets, $13,000 for complete unit. A. E. Chicoine Farm 1988 WHITE 160, MFWD, 3050 hrs., Allied Equipment, 306-449-2255, Storthoaks, SK. loader, vg, $45,000 OBO. Maple Creek, SK., FOR SALE: JD 24’ deep tillage cultivator 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586. and 14’ JD cultivator. Phone 306-283-4747 or 306-220-0429, Langham, SK. 40’ EZEE-ON seeding tool w/Ezee-On 160 air tank and Degelman harrows; also Case IH 28’ hoe drills. Phillips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auction, Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. area. Visit for sale bill, photos and video. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962

1992 CASE MAGNUM 7110, 1284 org. hrs., duals, in premium condition, $60,000. Phone 306-283-4747 or 306-291-9395 or 306-220-0429, Langham, SK.

27 BOURGAULT MID ROW BANDERS, Series I; Haukaaus Model 246 side arm markers; 60’ Herman harrow bar w/pressure springs. 204-825-7166 Clearwater MB

CASE/IH 9170 for parts, PTO, powershift, Reman Cummins engine with1500 hrs. Contact Brent at Repsch Ag, 306-728-4340, Yorkton, SK.

CIH 970, Buhler 595 loader, premium cond CIH 1270, Boss loader, vg cond. Open to offers. Ph. 306-366-4656, St. Gregor, SK.

JD 7600, MFWD, 19 spd. powershift trans with 40 km/hr. road gear, 1000/540 PTO, Econo 540 spd. at 1700 RPMs, 20.8x38 rear radials, c/w 740 loader, $42,000. 780-524-9322, Valleyview, AB. JD 4850 MFWD, 20.8X38 duals, excellent condition, $39,500 OBO. Morrin, AB. 403-823-1894. 1984 4450, MFWD, powershift, 3 PTH, rubber 75%, immaculate, Greenlighted, loader available. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. 1996 JD 8770, 4 WD tractor, 6800 hrs., 24 spd. trans., new 20.8x42 tires spring of 2010, 4 hyd., $70,000. 306-698-7668, Wolseley, SK. JD 6430 PREMIUM, 3 PTH, MFWD, 2200 hrs., 2007, warranty, $64,900 OBO. Ph. Robert 306-743-7627, Langenburg, SK.

LATE 1982 JD 4640. Very reliable tractor, 9100 hours, very clean unit, asking $19,000 OBO. Pictures available. Swift Current, SK. 306-773-9733, 306-774-5669. 1986 JD 4650, 5000 hrs., duals and belly tank. Always shedded. 306-681-8002, Moose Jaw, SK. 1985 4250, MFWD, quad, rubber 90%, c/w JD 158 FEL w/bucket and tractor mounts, WHITE CASE 2470 4 WD, all new inside 280 loader, grapple, joystick, Greenlight- $5200; LEON 10’ Blade #10-20, $3600. tires. Phone for details, no tire kickers ed, excellent. 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. 306-423-5983, 306-960-3000, St Louis SK please. 306-621-1085, Yorkton, SK. WANTED: 7800 or 4560 2 WD tractor. STEVE’S TRACTOR REBUILDER looking 2 2 9 0 C A S E TRACTOR, great shape, Ph. 306-757-6878 after 6 PM. Craven, SK. for JD tractors to rebuild, Series 20s, 30s, $11,500. Call for more info. 306-778-2533, JD 7710 MFWD; JD 7810 MFWD. Both 40s or 50s, or for parts. Will pay top dollar. Swift Current, SK with low hrs. and can be equipped with Now selling JD parts. 204-466-2927, 204-871-5170, Austin, MB. 1175 CASE TRACTOR w/100 Ezee-On loaders. 204-522-6333, Melita, MB. loader, 5300 hrs, new back tires, asking JD 4020, 1967, SN #T223R170775R, cab, 1979 JD 3130, 6100 hrs., new tires and $10,500. 306-837-4544, Makwa, SK. starter, JD 148 FEL, Jobber cab and 3 PTH, 8 spd., 158 loader, low hrs., exc. original, CASE/IH STEIGER built, 4 WD/Quads; $9,000. 306-264-3848 or 306-264-3602, $10,900 OBO. 403-347-9852, Red Deer, AB Plus other makes and models. Call the Glenbain, SK. 1982 JOHN DEERE 4440, 158 loader, grap4WD Super Store! Trades welcome. We 1975 JD 7520, with 14’ Degelman dozer, ple and joystick, new tires, shedded. deliver. Gord 403-308-1135, Lethbridge AB tires good, offers; 1972 JD 4020, cab, 158 Phone: 306-877-2014, Dubuc, SK. 1991 7110 CASE/IH, 18 spd powershift, FEL, new tires. 306-278-2830, Porcupine 1967 JD 4020, powershift, motor has been factory duals, 18.4x38 tires, new paint, Plain, SK. overhauled, good running condition, triple hyd, new motor done at 4800 hrs, $8500. 403-391-6485, Torrington, AB. 7340 hrs. now, asking $29,000. Holdfast, 2009 JD 7130, cab, 500 hrs., 643 loader, left-hand reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2004 JD 9520, 2800 hrs, 800/70R38 duSK. 306-731-7494. $72,500. 204-834-2703, Carberry, MB. als, $167,500. 306-543-8746, Regina, SK, NEW 2010 485 HD Case/IH 4 WD trac- 1994 JD 7700, MFWD, 740 SL, 6069 hrs., t o r, 0 h r s . , 4 8 5 H P, 8 0 0 x 3 8 t i r e s , vg, $55,000 OBO. Maple Creek, SK., 1993 JD 8560, 4 WD, 4000 hrs., 18.4x38 $265,000. A. E. Chicoine Farm Equipment 306-563-8482, 306-782-2586. radial tires, excellent condition, $52,000. Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. JD 8130 FWA, with duals, 3 PTH, 306-358-4608, Cactus Lake, SK. 1984 CASE 2594, 20.8x38 duals, 24 spd., 2009 1 1 0 0 h o u r s , l i k e n e w, $ 1 4 5 , 0 0 0 . 2000 JD 9400, 710x42 duals 90%, 12 spd. front weights, $16,000. Stockholm, SK. 403-818-2816, Calgary, AB. PS, 6850 hrs., $95,000. 306-647-2459 or 306-793-2897, 1986 JD 8450, PTO, always shedded, 306-641-7759, Theodore, SK. WANTED: IHC 1026 hydro; 1456 Int.; $27,000. 306-717-2971, Saskatoon, SK. 1995 JD 7400, MFWD, 6x16 trans., right 8010 or 8020 JD tractors in running cond. or for parts. 1-877-564-8734, Roblin, MB 2002 JD 9320, 710Rx38 rubber, 24 spd., hand reverser, 3 PTH, dual PTO, JD 740 loader, 3 function joystick, grapple, has fully loaded, AutoClimate, CD player, 2350 105 FWA FARMALL 2010, 160 hrs., balance hrs., like new, $145,000 OBO. Call Curt at high hrs., but is a really nice unit, $39,900; of warranty, 24 spd. trans w/power rever- 306-873-7822, Tisdale, SK. 2000 JD 7405, MFWD, open station, s e r, 3 P T H , l o a d e r, j oy s t i c k , a s k i n g 3PTH, 6x16 trans. w/reverser, JD 740 $59,500. 204-573-7787, Brandon, MB. 1998 JD 8200 2WD, 3300 hrs, 16 spd. loader, 4800 hrs., $32,900; JD 4020, powershift, 20.8x42 duals, mint, w/wo 14’ standard, dual hyd., dual PTO, runs nice, 2003 MTX125, 6200 hrs., c/w Quicke Degelman blade. 306-464-2135, Lang, SK. $7900; JD 440 Ind., 2 cyl, gas, w/loader, 980 loader, used mainly on TMR mixer, exc. cond., $45,000 OBO. 204-362-4614 1997 JD 9100, 24 spd., 80% Firestone $4900; JD model B, 2 cyl, rear hyd., 2 0 . 8 R 3 8 , 6 0 0 0 h r s . , $ 7 5 , 0 0 0 . $2500. Gary 204-326-7000, Steinbach, cell, 204-325-7090, Winkler, MB. MB. 306-759-2104, Eyebrow, SK. LIZARD CREEK REPAIR and Tractor. We buy 90 and 94 Series Case 2 WD tractors JD 4020, FEL, 6725 hrs; JD 620, gas; JD JOHN DEERE 7810 MFD, 3700 hours, mint for parts and rebuilding. Also have rebuilt 4440, 6108 hrs. 306-480-7428 leave msg, condition, 3 PTH. Phone 780-990-8412, Edmonton, AB. Hafford, SK. tractors for sale. 306-784-2213 Herbert SK 1999 CIH MX110, L655 FEL w/grapple, 3 PTH, 1000 PTO, 3 hyd, $34,900. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515, 1979 CASE 2090, 18.4x38 new, 6700 hrs, $12,900. Cam-Don Motors 306-237-4212 Perdue SK

1962 CASE 730 gas, loader, updated hyds. 2001 JD 7810, MFWD, power quad trans., and ps, exc. tires, shedded, vg. $3000. Es- 18.4x42 duals, front fenders, rear extensions, 3 PTH, 3 SCV’s, 1000/540/540E ton, SK. 306-242-0988 or 306-962-3674. PTO, E-range trans., joystick, less than COMPLETE 540-1000 PTO assembly, fits 4000 hrs., $76,500; Also available new 741 IH tractors 856, 1256, 1066, 1486 and FEL. Phone 204-834-2703, Carberry, MB. many others. St. Louis, SK. 306-423-5983 1981 JD 850, 25 HP dsl, 3 PTH and 540 or 306-960-3000. PTO, 1615 hrs., 72” JD belly mower. Turf 2010 CASE/IH 485, 1050 hrs, 55 GPM, tires and tire chains for winter, $6500; 5 2 0 / 8 0 R 4 6 t r i p l e s , P TO, $ 2 1 0 , 0 0 0 . Also have 60” snow blower avail. $7500 Regina, SK, w/blower. 306-831-8115, Rosetown, SK. 306-543-8746. 2004 JD 9520, 2800 hrs, deluxe cab, powershift, AutoTrac ready, Outback E-drive X, 800/70R38 duals, HID’s lites, exc. condiFOR SALE 1981 STEIGER PTA 310, tion. 306-397-2678, Edam, SK. 30x32 radial tires, spare tire and rim, c/w 2002 JD 9320, 2350 hrs, 24 spd., 710x38 2 dozers, snow wing, V-plow, 10’ 5 bar rip- duals, $147,500. 306-543-8746, Regina, per, log book showing repairs, hours. SK, 780-847-2579, 780-808-3479, Kitscoty, AB NEW 18.4X30 12 PLY $569; 18.4x34 12 ply $636; 20.8x38 12 ply $826; 18.4x38 12 ply $736; 30.5Lx32 16 ply $2195; 24.5x32 2007 CATERPILLAR MT 865B, excellent 14 ply $1749; 18.4x42 16 ply $1397; condition, 1000 PTO, 5 hyds., GPS, night 20.8x42 16 ply $1699; 20.5x25 20 ply breaker lights, weight pkg. Delivery can $1496; 405/70-20 14 ply $795; 14.9x24 be arranged. Trades welcome. Call Gord at 12 ply $356; 16.9x28 12 ply $498. Factorydirect, no middlemen. Implement, skid 403-308-1135, Lethbridge, AB. 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. 1997 JD 9200 PTO 3840 hrs. wheel JD 4010 2 hyd., new paint, seat and front weights, JD AutoSteer ready, 12 spd, great tires, new 12 volt starter and alternator, shape $92,500. 306-533-4891, Gray SK. runs well. $10,500 OBO. 306-752-9561, 306-921-8953, Melfort, SK. JD 4430, 8 spd. powershift, 9800 hrs., shedded, exc. cond.; JD 4230 w/power- 1995 8970, 4131 hrs, $87,000; 1996 8970, shift. Phone 306-283-4747, 306-291-9395, PTO, 4813 hrs., $93,000. Both: triples, 24 spd weights 306-441-9320 N Battleford SK 306-220-0429, Langham, SK.

AIR DR ILL S PECIALS AIR DR ILLS : L is t N ow 28 ’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill w ith M o d el 3215 Air S eed er Ca rt: $131,574.00 $8 2,000.00 10” S p a cin g, 3.5” S teel Pa ckers , S in gle S ho o t, w ith 215 b u Air Ca rt, M echa n ica l Ra te Co n tro l 33’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill w ith M o d el 3315 Air S eed er Ca rt: $148,162.00 $9 4,500.00 10” S p a cin g, 3.5” S teel Pa ckers , S in gle S ho o t, w ith 315 b u Air Ca rt, M echa n ica l Ra te Co n tro l 37’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill w ith M o d el 3515 Air S eed er Ca rt: $145.989.00 $9 5,750.00 10” S p a cin g, 3.5” S teel Pa ckers , S in gle S ho o t, w ith 315 b u Air Ca rt, M echa n ica l Ra te Co n tro l 40’ Model 7550 Air Drill w ith M o del 4400 Air Seeder Cart: $195.974.00 $121,500.00 10” S p a cin g, 5” S teel Pa ckers , Do u b le S ho o t, w ith 390 b u Air Ca rt, Va ria b le Ra te Co n tro l 48 ’ DEM O M o d el 7550 Air Drill w ith NE W M o d el 4400 Air S eed er Ca rt: $218,270.00 $123,700.00 10” S p a cin g; 5” S teel Pa ckers , Do u b le S ho o t, w ith 390 b u Air Ca rt, Va ria b le Ra te Co n tro l 48 ’ M o d el 7550 Air Drill w ith M o d el 4400 Air S eed er Ca rt: $216,369.00 $134,500.00 10” S p a cin g; 3.5” S teel Pa ckers , Do u b le S ho o t, w ith 390 b u Air Ca rt, Va ria b le Ra te Co n tro l 6 0’ M o d el 7560 Air Drill w ith M o d el 4400 Air S eed er Ca rt: $237,323.00 $150,000.00 10” S p a cin g; 5” S teel Pa ckers , Do u b e S ho o tw ith 390 b u Air Ca rt, Va ria b le Ra te Co n tro l All Un its a re NE W , u n les s s ta ted , a n d a re in E zee-On d ea ler in ven to ry (M B/ S K / AB) a tCa s h No T ra d e p rices . Vis ityo u r E zee-On d ea ler o r ca ll the F a cto ry fo r fu ll d eta ils a n d lis to fDrills & Ca rts cu rren tly a va ila b le. Dea lers hip freight & PDIa n d yo u r cho ice o f o pen ers a re extra

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2002 7810, MFWD, 6400 hrs., new rear rubber, 80% front, with 740 Classic selflevelling loader, joystick, grapple, LHR. Very sharp, well maintained. $77,500 OBO; 2001 7810, MFWD, 5200 hrs., good rubber, power quad, 3 PTH. Sharp, clean tractor. $69,500 OBO. Yorkton, SK. Phone Blaine at 306-782-6022 or 306-621-9751. 2006 JD 7320, MFWD, 741 loader and grapple, front axle susp., cab susp., 3PT, IVT trans., 1600 hrs., excellent, $85,500. Rob 403-933-5448 or 403-608-1116 (cell), Calgary, AB. 2009 JD 9430 4 WD, 1400 hrs., powershift 18/6, 4 SCV, Starfire autosteer, HID lighting, loaded, 710x70R42 90%, exc. cond., $237,000 OBO. 306-442-4670 or 306-442-7758, Parry, SK. 9400 1999 TRACTOR, powershift, 8250 hrs., 710-42 tires 30%, $69,500. Call for more details 204-573-7787, Brandon, MB.

9030 BI-DIRECTIONAL WITH loader, new motor, excellent shape. 403-552-3753 or 780-753-0353, Kirriemuir, AB. FORD 5610, DSL, 1694 hrs., 70 HP, 3 PTH, dual hyds., new tires, good paint. 306-795-2800, Ituna, SK. 1950 FORD 8N, side distributor, runs well, new paint. 306-945-2378, Waldheim, SK. FORD VERSATILE 846 4WD tractor. Phillips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auction, on Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. area. For sale bill, photos and video 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Auction Co. PL 311962.

2005 BUHLER 2425, 425 HP, 2765 hrs., 4 SCV’s w/hyd. return line, 55 gpm pump, R ave n G P S w / a u t o s t e e r, F i r e s t o n e 900/50R42 at 85%, exceptionally clean, o r i g i n a l o w n e r. A s k i n g $ 1 2 7 , 5 0 0 . 204-745-8499, Elm Creek, MB.

1986 VERSATILE 876, 3 PTH, 1000 PTO, 4 hyds, 15 spd. powershift, 6365 hrs, $27,900. 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 895 VERSATILE, 6300 hrs., new tires. Arch Equipment 306-867-7252, Outlook, SK. NEW VERSATILE Tractor Parts: #51416 Clutch pressure plate assembly for Series I, II and III PTO equipped tractors $2995; #48320 PTO gear box housing $995; #21370 axle tube Series I, special $995; #35972 axle tube Series II and III, special $1495; #17920 radiator for 800, 850, 900 Series I, special $995; #27072 or #41714 double hyd. oil cooler fits most Series I, II, III tractors, special $695; #48084 hyd. charge pump for 150 and 160, special $695; #62072 5-spool hyd. valve for 1150 and 1156 tractors, special $1195; #56688 hyd. pump for 800, 850, 835, 855, 875, 895 single pump or steering pump for dual pump tractors $795. Fouillard Implement, St. Lazare, MB, 204-683-2441. 1982 VERSATILE 835, 6900 hrs., very well maintained, lots of work done, ready to work, phone for word orders. $20,000 OBO. 306-747-3770, Shellbrook area, SK. 1981 835, 7800 HRS., original owner, always shedded, lots of new parts. $25,000. 306-672-3748, Gull Lake, SK. 2009 VERSATILE 435, FWD, 435 HP, 7.10x42 R1W drum duals, deluxe cab, HID lightning, 4 spool hyd. valve, 12 spd. standard trans., 800 hrs., $172,000. Shoal Lake, MB. 204-759-2527, ask for Dennis.

2003 MCCORMICK MTX 175, 175 HP, 1550 hrs., Quick Q990 loader/grapple, MFD, 20.8R42 radials, triple hyds., like new. Phone 403-379-3941, Bindloss, 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. 2003 BUHLER 2210 MFWD tractor, 3100 hrs., 18.4x46 tires, 3 PTH, front weights. $79,000. Ray 204-825-8121, Morden, MB. 2010 FENDT 820 w/Quicke Q75 FEL, 882 hrs, FWA, front links and PTO, rear 650/65/42, 180 HP, new condition, $161,500. 204-412-0347, Brandon, MB. MF 285 w/loader, 3 PTH, 1700 hrs., $12,750; 1830 JD w/loader, 3 PTH, $9200; 4320 JD w/148 loader, cab, $8750. 403-308-1238, Taber, AB.

1975 MF 1085, 4238 hrs, 540 PTO, excellent yard tractor, $9800. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515 MASSEY 165, DIESEL, MF 236 loader, front pump, independent valve control, 3 PTH, new paint. 306-795-2800, Ituna, SK. 1960’s MF Super 90, diesel, standard trans. Newer rubber, PTO, good condition, $5500. 306-543-3980, Regina, SK. WANTED: MF 3505 or 3525, FWA, w/wo loader. Also TD61 or TD 62. 204-378-5543, Riverton, MB.

1993 CASE 580SK backhoe loader, purchased from SaskEnergy in Dec. 2006, 11,738 hrs. Trevor 306-241-5395, Saskatoon SK, 2000 JD SKIP loader and leveling box, new tires, good condition, $25,000. 306-435-8008, Wapella, SK. D65E-6 KOMATSU w/ripper, 40% under1996 NH 8970, 210 HP, MFD, powershift, c a r r i a g e , g o o d s h a p e , $ 2 3 , 0 0 0 . w/990 Alo loader and grapple, 4700 hrs., 306-921-5230, Melfort, SK. $67,000. A.E. Chicoine Farm Equipment EZEE-ON 101 LOADER with bucket and Ltd., Storthoaks, SK, 306-449-2255. mounts, wide yolk model, $4750 OBO. 2007 TV145 BI-DIRECTIONAL, 3 PTH 306-747-2514, Shellbrook, SK. loader, grapple, manure tires, 540/1000 808 LEON FEL, $2500; 790 Leon FEL with PTO, as new, 900 hrs, $95,000. Call Dave grapple, excellent condition, $4000. 403-556-3992, Olds, AB. 1-888-676-4847, Allan, SK. 1996 NH 8770, FWA, 2200 hrs, 180+ HP, 3 remotes, 70% tread, 1 owner, exc., field MUST SELL: 931 track loader, with 1-1/2 yd. bucket, has ROP undercarriage ion, ready, $59,000. 306-378-2372, Elrose, SK. good shape. 780-975-2249 Stony Plain, AB 1995 NH VERSATILE 9880, 7900 hrs, 20.8 Michelin triples 80%, Outback AutoSteer, CASE 24B 4 WD 2.5 yd. loader, cab, well maintained, $72,500. 204-782-1143, $19,900. Len 204-324-6298, Altona, MB. 204-736-4201, La Salle, MB. EZEE-ON MODEL 2130 heavy loader, QA, 8’ bucket, like new, used very little, mounts NH 2000 TV140, 2628 hrs., PTO and hyds to fit all JD 7000 tractors. 780-674-5516, both ends, 3 PTH, fluid in motor end tires, 780-305-7152, Barrhead, AB loader grapple, 10’ snow bucket, extra work lights, good clean body, mechanically 707 LEON FEL w/7’ bucket, $3000; 18’ sound, $59,900 OBO. 780-842-2400, steel B&H, 500 bu. capacity, $3000. 306-831-7460, Medicine Hat, AB. Wainwright, AB.


MM 670 GAS tractor, w/FEL and bale ODESSA ROCKPICKER SALES: New Despear, no cab, $2850. 306-395-2668, gelman equipment, land rollers, Straw306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. master, rockpickers, rock rakes, dozer blades. Phone 306-957-4403, cell 306-536-5097, Odessa, SK. RETIRED: Have for sale full line of equipment. JD 8650, 5300 hrs; JD 4640, 9800 hrs; 32’ Flexi-Coil 820 cult, with 1330 Flexi-Coil air tank; Case/IH 8820 25’ swather, 1300 hrs; TR96 NH combine, 2300 hrs. Grain augers; grain truck; JD 235 tandem disc, 23’. All for $165,000. 306-468-2828, Mont Nebo, SK. AUCTION OR ON-LINE BIDDING D4H CAT DOZER for sale, S/N 8PB03844, WANTED: Ag and Industrial Consigncab w/heater, 6-way blade, new undercar- ments. “Low commissions”, accepting riage, 7600 hrs. Good condition. Ph. farm/ construction/ livestock equipment, 403-601-3196, High River, AB. trailers, trucks, ATV’s, etc. Contact Alana, Saskatoon, SK, 306-652-4334, LEON DOZER BLADE, 9’, 2 way. $2900. PL #318116. Trades welcome, financing available. 1-800-667-4515, 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 . 1997 CASE/IH 9370 4 WD, 5800 hrs., al- 403-616-6610, ways shedded, very good shape; 1996 TR 1 9 9 4 4 1 ’ C A S E / I H 5 6 0 0 c u l t i vat o r 98 with PU and spreaders, 4 WD, very w/mounted harrows, asking $10,500; good shape, shedded; 1991 8100 Hesston 1994 Farm King 51x8 PTO auger, $3000; 25’ swather, with roller; 2002 Farm King 10’ Degelman dozer blade, fits MF, $2500; auger with swing, 10x60; 1990 35’ 807 2- 300 gal. fuel tanks, $300 for both. d e e p t i l l e r w i t h 3 r o w m u l c h e r s . Spring Valley, SK. area, call 306-475-2541. 204-389-2065, Winnipeg Beach, MB. WANTED: TUB GRINDERS and rockpickers. E180T AKRON GRAIN BAG extractor, 403-308-1238, Taber, AB. good shape, $16,500 OBO. 306-886-2073 14’ JD hoe drill w/disc markers; 30’ DT or 306-873-8526, Bjorkdale, SK. cult.; Westfield 707-51 auger, electric; 1987 MF 8560, Melroe PU, spreaders, Westfield 707-31 auger, brand new Yamachaff spreader, $16,500; 1990 GMC 3500, ha motor; 400 Versatile swather w/14’ and C C , p r o p a n e , $ 2 5 0 0 . P h o n e D a l e 20’ headers, $1000; CCIL combine, Model 3 0 6 - 5 6 7 - 3 2 8 5 , c e l l 3 0 6 - 5 6 7 - 7 2 9 9 . 992-7, dsl., w/straight cut header, $2000. Mainway Farm Equipment Ltd., Davidson, Phone 780-618-1864, Peace River, AB. SK. SCHULTE 14’ PTO driven rock rake. Very good condition. 306-843-3315 or 306-843-7853, Wilkie, SK. 1994 MF 8460 combine 4463 hrs., conventional, Mercedes eng. $18,500; 1985 Case BestBu ys in Used Equ ipm en t 2390, duals, 6700 hrs., $14,300; 4700 CIH 31’ Vibra-Tiller, $2500; Bourgault Centurion II sprayer w/wind guards and Co m b in e Tr a d es foamer 800 gal. tank, $3900; 67’ Rite-Way 201 0 CIH 91 20 & 201 6 $34 2,000 R harrows, $1200; 30’ JD 9350 Hoedrill 201 0 JD 9870 & 61 5 $31 9,000 R $2300; 2004 Ford F-350 315,000 kms 201 0 CIH 81 20 & 201 6 $324 ,200 R $9250; 65 HP 4 cyl. Mercury motor $2400 201 0 CIH 81 20 & 201 6 $31 3,4 00 D OBO 204-572-5250, Grandview, MB. 201 0 CIH 71 20 & 201 6 $301 ,4 00 D 201 0 2009 2009 2009 2009 2007 2006 2004 2004 2003 2002 1 999 1 994


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WANTED: LEON 850 or 550 land scraper, ON-LINE BIDDING EVENT: Food Proin good shape. 306-831-7472, Rosetown, cessing Manufacturer Close-Out. ComSK. mercial restaurant and processing equipW A N T E D 4 0 ’ - 4 9 ’ H D c u l t i v a t o r. ment, bulk flax/lin seed, assorted cases dried berries/fruit, organic oils, bulk 306-237-4827, Arelee, SK. cans/lids, much more! Bids close OctoWANTED: MEDIUM DUTY tandem disc, 16’ ber 18, Noon. 306-652-4334, Saskatoon, to 24’ in good condition. 306-858-2636, S K . C h e c k t e r m s a n d c o n d i t i o n s at Lucky Lake, SK. WANTED: 40’ BOURGAULT Vibra-Master Commander cultivator; 37.5’ #55 Int wing type cultivator; 835 Versatile tractor, good shape. 306-344-4453, Paradise Hill, SK. WANTED: JD TANDEM disc #330 or #335, 24’ or 30’, must be in good condition. 306-963-7794, Imperial, SK.

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 ON-LINE BIDDING EVENT: Food Pro- y o u r n e a r e s t F l a m a n s t o r e o r c a l l cessing Manufacturer Close-Out. Com- 1-888-435-2626 mercial restaurant and processing equipment, bulk flax/lin seed, assorted cases dried berries/fruit, organic oils, bulk cans/lids, much more! Bids close October 18, Noon. 306-652-4334, Saskatoon, WANTED: 3 OLDER TYPE CLARK TREE S K . C h e c k t e r m s a n d c o n d i t i o n s at PROSPECT SHOW STEER and HEIFER SHEARS. Phone 780-808-3739 cell. Sale. Maine / Angus cross, fancy, thick, LONG OR SHORT wood (hay rack) log trailwide topped, big butted. Oct. 23, 2 PM, ers for sale. Call Gord 306-221-0464, SasLazy H Farm, 306-237-9581, Maymont, SK. katoon, SK. 2002 COALMAN OUTDOOR coal burning furnace, 400,000 BTU, includes water SELLING: BLACK ANGUS bulls. Wayside manifold and circulating pumps. Call Angus, Henry and Bernie Jungwirth, 306-256-3607, Cudworth, SK. 306-449-2412 evenings, Storthoaks, SK.

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

1998 LULL TELESCOPING forklift, 36’ CUSTOM FENCING with rubber track Mo- reach, $18,000. 306-435-8008, Wapella, rooka, or self-propelled Heavy Hitter SK. 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, GUARANTEED PRESSURE TREATED fence posts, lumber slabs and rails. Call Lehner Wo o d P r e s e r ve r s L t d . , a s k fo r R o n 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. 2”-3” SPRUCE RAILS, 16’-20’ long, $5/rail. 306-278-2794, Porcupine Plain, SK. PLASTIC FENCE POSTS, 7’ 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

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JK CUSTOM FENCING. We build and/or repair barbed wire, page wire, high tensile and/or corral work. Call Jeb for pricing, HASKAP BUSHES FOR SALE All off the U 306-961-8246 306-749-3440 Birch Hills SK of S new varieties plus our own Northern 4T CONTRACTORS INC. See Custom Jewel pollinator. 1 to 3 year old trees. W o r k . C a l l 3 0 6 - 3 2 9 - 4 4 8 5 , Volume discounts available. We also car306-222-8197, Asquith, SK. Email: ry plastic mulch and do custom planting with our GPS controlled combined all in one mulcher/planter/irrigation applicator. WOODS 214 BATWING MOWER, $6900. MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. 306-749-7974 or Heavenly Blue Honeysuckle Orchards. Visit us at: Len 204-324-6298, Altona, MB. Also see section #3560 Custom Work. MF 550 COMBINE, in good running cond.; 1963 Chev 2 ton truck with B&H, good SPEEDRITE electric fencers and accessorunning order. 403-938-7695, Okotoks, AB ries. Protech Post Pounders. Lamb 1994 25’ MacDon straight cut flex header Acres, 306-725-4820, BRAND NEW 64 KW 540 PTO generator. w/1480 IH adapter, PU reel, and Trailtech Bulyea, SK. Bought for back-up, never used, $7200 transport, $17,500; 1980 Case/IH 1480 1/4” TO 1/2” used wire rope suitable for OBO. 204-851-1856, Reston, MB. combine, $25,000; New Holland 2002 HT fencing; also 1/4” stainless steel available. 154, V-rake, 16 raking wheels, $13,500; 403-237-8575, Calgary, AB. DIESEL GENSET SALES AND SERVICE, Morris Wrangler III packer harrow bar, 12 to 300 KW, lots of units in stock, used $9,500; 1982 22’ Versatile swather w/UII CORRAL POSTS, rails, second cut slabs, and new, Perkins, JD, Deutz. We also build PU reel and batt reel, $9,000; 2005 NH bull rails, lumber, poles, firewood. Phone custom gensets. We currently have special TV145 bi-directional tractor w/high lift 306-548-4711, Sturgis, SK. pricing on new 90 KW Perkins units. Call FEL and grapple fork, $85,000; 4 used for pricing 204-792-7471, Winnipeg, MB. Westeel Rosco 4,000 bu. bins, $5,000 SOLIDLOCK AND TREE ISLAND game wire 415 KW John Deere/ Marathon generator, each. 306-445-4850, North Battleford, SK. and all accessories for installation. Heights 12.5 litre, end of production line clearSCHULTE 3020 ROTARY cutter, 20’ bat- from 26” to 120”. Ideal for elk, deer, bison, ance. 403-912-3555, Airdrie, AB. wing mower, dual mulching blades, sheep, swine, cattle, etc. Tom Jensen, LOWEST PRICES IN CANADA on new, high Smeaton, SK., ph/fax 306-426-2305. $16,000. 306-551-1440, Holdfast, SK. quality generator systems. Quality diesel SUNFLOWER HARVEST SYSTEMS. Call CUSTOM FENCING and corral building, no generators, Winpower PTO tractor driven for literature. 1-800-735-5848. Lucke Mfg., job too big or too small. 306-699-2327 or alternators, automatic / manual switch 306-699-7450, Qu’Appelle, SK. gear, and commercial duty Sommers Powermaster and Sommers / Winco portable 8900 WHITE COMBINE; 725 CIH swather; 5 x 1 0 P O RTA B L E C O R R A L PA N E L S generators and Home standby packages. 1976 Chev 3 ton, B&H, $1500 OBO; Other starting at $55. 403-226-1722, 1-866-51774 years of reliable service. Contact Somequipment available. Call 306-242-3631, 8335, Calgary, AB, mers Generator Systems for all your genbetween 6:00 PM- 9:00 PM, Saskatoon, SK erator requirements at 1-800-690-2396. LETOURNEAU 11 YD. PT industrial hyd. PRESSURE TREATED FENCE posts; Second Email: Online: cut slabs; Lumber; Rails. Delivered price. scraper, $16,500. 306-423-5983 or 306-764-3035, Prince Albert, SK. 306-960-3000, St Louis, SK. 1978 JD 4440, 7800 hrs., loader, 3D valve, joystick, exc. cond., $25,000 OBO; 1993 JD 375 round baler, 4x5’ bale size, exc. cond., $5900; MF 1560 round baler 5x6’ bale size, exc. cond., $2700; MF 1505 4 WD tractor OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE, Empyre (parts or snowplowing), running cond., 450, never used, warranty transferable, heats up to 8000 sq. ft. Saskatoon, SK. $2500. 780-836-5144 cell, Manning, AB. Contact Pat 306-321-7372, 306-933-4285. Email: WANTED: 50 TO 60’ deep tillage, must be in excellent condition. 306-675-6060, Leross, SK. LOOKING FOR SHANK MOUNTED DISC levelers for air drill. Phone 306-661-7060, Maple Creek, SK. WANTED: USED, BURNT, old or ugly tractors. Newer models too! Smith’s Tractor Wrecking, 1-888-676-4847. WANTED: DEGELMAN CHISEL plow cultivat o r o r s h a n k a s s e m b ly fo r p a r t s . 204-739-6155, Eriksdale, MB. WANTED: MF #36 DISCERS, all sizes, prompt pick-up. Phone 306-259-4923, 306-946-9669, 306-946-7923, Young, SK. WANTED: TANDEM DISC in good cond., w/rubber tire transport, 24’ or smaller, less than 8” disc spacing. 306-532-4720, Whitewood, SK. WANTED: PACKER HITCHES for MF 360 discers. Phone 306-478-2456 or 306-264-7612, Mankota, SK. WANTED: Older and newer tractors, in running condition or for parts. Goods Used Tractor Parts, 1-877-564-8734. WANTED: FORD 5000 with farmhand. 306-642-4003, Assiniboia, SK. WANTED: 10’-15’ YARD used scraper. Must be in excellent shape. 306-648-7595 or fax info 306-648-3164, Gravelbourg, SK. WANTED: 50’ to 60’ Bourgault Model 8800 or 8810 or JD deep tillage. 306-728-6766, 306-728-5366, Waldron, SK. WANTED: 40 TO 60’ double disc air drill. Morris, K-Hart, etc. 306-473-2711, Willow Bunch, SK. WANTED TO BUY- 8’ snowblower in good working order. 403-746-3719, Condor, AB. WANTED: 2- 18’ PU reels to fit 36’ HoneyBee header. Ph. 306-237-4212, Perdue SK.

BLOCKED SEASONED JACK Pine firewood for sale. Contact Lehner Wood Preservers Ltd., 306-763-4232, Prince Albert, SK. Will deliver. Self-unloading trailer. SPRUCE FIREWOOD $90/chord, delivery available. Foulston Wood Products. Spiritwood, SK. 306-883-2241, 306-441-2644. FIREWOOD: SEMI LOADS, self-unloading truck, or pick up on yard. Hague, SK. Phone: 306-232-4986, 306-212-7196. SEASONED SPRUCE SLAB firewood, one cord bundles, $67. October Special: buy one get one free. V&R Sawing, 306-232-5488, Rosthern, 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.

WOODMASTER PLUS AFS 1100 grain 2003 JD LT133 lawn tractor, 38” deck, 13 boiler, used for two years, 1/2 price of HP, 5 spd., new battery and blades, low hrs., $1200. 306-726-7977, Earl Grey, SK. new. 306-699-2275, Qu’Appelle, SK.

NEW AND USED generators, all sizes from 5 kw to 3000 kw, gas, LPG or diesel. Phone for availability and prices. Many used in stock. 204-643-5441, Fraserwood, MB.

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30 BLACK HEIFERS bred Black Angus, $1300. 306-281-8224, Delisle, SK. BLACK ANGUS and Angus crossbred heifers, 130. Synchronized and bred to AI bulls. Majority to start calving Feb. 1, 2012. Bulls pulled June 11/11. To be preg checked Sept. 2011. Also cow/calf pairs for sale. Phone 204-724-3313 or 204-764-2173 Kelly, Hamiota, MB.

OUTDOOR WOOD AND COAL water furnaces: Heatmore, Global, Firetrac, propane and nat. gas boilers. Complete line of underslab heating supplies, insulated pipe a n d p u m p s . I n s t a l l at i o n ava i l a b l e . 10 YOUNG REGISTERED Angus cows, to 780-842-2927, Wainwright, AB. calve to quality bulls in Jan/Feb. 2012. LEGEND OUTDOOR COAL furnaces, pipe $1700/ea. 604-858-6865, Chilliwack, BC. insulation, heat coils, great prices, immeBLACK ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE, Yeardiate delivery. 780-375-3739, Rosalind AB lings and two year olds, semen tested, guaranteed breeders, delivery available. 306-287-3900, 306-287-8006, Englefeld, SK. 2-7/8” OILFIELD TUBING, $30/joint, FOR SALE: GROUP OF QUALITY foundation 2-3/8” dual lined tubing, $20/joint. Truck- building bred heifers. Elwood Smith, Linload quantities only. 306-861-1280, Wey- wood Angus, Nokomis, SK. 306-528-4422. burn, SK. RETIRING: TOP QUALITY 25 PUREBRED TUBING: 1-1/2”, 2-3/8”, 2-7/8”, 3-1/2”. registered cow/calf pairs. Pick of the herd. Sucker rod, 3/4”, 7/8”, 1” plain or scraper Call: 403-886-4742, Penhold, AB. type. Other pipe avail. 1-800-661-7858, 780-842-5705, Wainwright, AB. 12th ANNUAL JUSTAMERE SALE OF THE YEAR, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011 at 1:00 OIL WELL TUBE: 2-3/8” or 2-7/8” $31, PM, located at Justamere Farms in Lloyd3-1/2” $39. Rod: 3/4” $5. Delivery in minster, SK. On offer 65 top quality Black western Canada. Phone 1-888-792-6283. Angus females and prospect herdsires. For 8 LENGTHS, 8”x20’ tubing, $10/ft., half more info call Jon 780-808-6860. View price. 306-493-3167, 306-493-7772, Deli- catalogue at sle, SK. 51 BLACK ANGUS and 17 Red Angus bred heifers due to calve April 1 to June 15th. Bred to easy caving Black Angus bulls. Approx. 1000 lb. average. Call 780-971-2422, Dixonville, AB RAIN MAKER IRRIGATION Zimmatic pivots/ Greenfield mini pivots, K-Line towable 68 BLACK ANGUS bred heifers, due to irrigation, spare parts/ accessories, new c a l v e M a r c h 2 0 t h . 3 0 6 - 9 8 4 - 4 7 2 9 , and used equip. Custom designs to solve 306-984-7658, Leoville, SK. your specific irrigation needs. This is the 30th Anniversary for Rain Maker. For ex- PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS long yearling perience you can trust call: 306-867-9606 bulls, bred heifers, replacement heifers and second calvers, A1 Service. Meadow Outlook SK. Ridge Enterprises, 306-373-9140, SaskaWESTERN IRRIGATION LTD. your Cad- toon, SK. man travelling big gun dealer. Let us help you drain those sloughs and lagoons. We SOUTHLAND ANGUS FEMALE SALE, can change solids to liquids in your la- Sat., Oct., 22, 2011 1:00 PM at the ranch, goons. We buy and sell used equipment. 1 mile north of Shaunovan on highway 37. Offering 50 purebred Angus females Call 306-867-9461, Outlook, SK. including proven cows, bred heifers, HOME OF THE ELECTROGATOR II. prospect show heifer calves. All females Renke centre pivots, lateral pivots, miniga- preg checked. For a catalogue or more tors, traveling guns and new and used info contact Shane Cadieux 306-297-7781 pumps. Can design your system and in- or T Bar C Cattle Co. Ltd. 306-220-5006. PL#116061. View the catalogue online at stall. Phone 306-858-7351 Lucky Lake, SK. IRRIGATION TURBINE water pumps, 6-8”, 4 cyl. dsl, 600-1000 gal/min, very effi- 48 BLACK ANGUS bred cows calving May 1, bred to Red Angus. Efficient producers. cient. Jake 403-878-6302, Grassy Lake, AB DL Ranch, 306-532-4334, Wapella, SK. THINKING OF IRRIGATING or moving water? Pumping units, 6” to 10” alum. pipe; Also Wanted: 6” to 10” pipe. Call Dennis, 403-308-1400, Taber, AB. 40 years RED ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE yearlings of experience, not a Dealer. Email: and two year olds, semen tested, teed breeders, delivery available. Website: Ph 306-287-3900, WANTED: LLOYD’S 16” easy reach water pump for parts. 306-746-4503, Raymore, 306-287-8006, Englefeld, SK. SK. DISPERSAL OF 25 REGISTERED cow/calf pairs, 5 bred heifers, one herd sire, must USED 7 TOWER Zimmatic and 4 tower be seen to be appreciated. 306-877-2014 Zimmatic for sale. Call 306-858-7351 Dubuc, SK. Lucky Lake, SK. REG. RED ANGUS herd for sale. We have bred extensively with top sires. This herd has been culled properly. With/wo calves, complete or in lots of 10; bred heifers and bulls. Semen tanks with current and rare old semen. Serious inquiries only please. Call Don 204-422-5216, Ste. Anne, MB. Selling due to health reasons. 26x70 GREENHOUSE COMPLETE without plastic, arch metal frame, furnace, con- RED AND BLACK cows, with or without calves. 306-668-4333, Saskatoon, SK. crete blocks. 306-722-3360, Fillmore, SK.


SMALL YOUNG HERD of high quality PB Charolais for sale. One long yearling polled bull, ready to go to work. Raymore, SK area. 306-746-7503.


HILL COUNTRY CLASSIC Speckle Park Sale, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, 1:00 PM CST at Matlock Farm, Lloydminster, SK. 21 lots. 4-H steer, herdsire and heifer calf prospects and bred heifers. Contact us at: 306-825-2674. View YouTube video and catalogue at: WESTERN ELITE SPECKLE PARK SALE, Sat. Oct. 29, 2011 1:00 PM at Notta Ranch, Neilburg, SK. Offering proven cows, bred heifers, heifer calves, embryos, semen, prospect show heifers and steers. For a catalogue or more info contact Jason Goodfellow 306-893-4620 or T Bar C Cattle Co. Ltd. 306-220-5006. PL#116061. View catalogue online: CANADIAN SPECKLE PARK Association BIG ISLAND LOWLINES Farmfair Int. w w w . c a n a d i a n s p e c k l e p a r k . c a Premier Breeder. Fullblood/percentage, 403- 946-4635, Crossfield, AB. Black/Red Carrier, females, bulls, red fullblood semen, embryos. 780-486-7553 Darrell, 780-434-8059 Paul, Edmonton AB. TEXAS LONGHORN Fall Select Production and Consignment Sale, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, 1 PM, Crossroads Centre, Oyen, AB. On offer Registered, Commercial COMPLETE HERD DISPERSAL: Includes and cross breds. Contact Ron Walker 50 purebred and fullblood cows; March 403-548-6684, 403-528-0200, Redcliffe AB 2010 bulls, performance and semen tested; 2011 heifer and bull calves and 2011 ALBERTA TEXAS LONGHORN Assoc. 4-H prospect steer calves. Breeders of 780-387-4874, Leduc, AB. For more inforquality Maines since 1975. Falloon’s Main- mation. Anjou, Carman and Laura Falloon, 204-842-5180, 204-773-0435, Birtle, MB.

FORT ELLICE LIMOUSIN DISPERSAL, October 28, 2011, 1:00 PM, Whitewood, SK. A rare opportunity to purchase Limousin breeding stock from one of Canada’s largest herds of Polled fullbloods. 130 head sell, including bulls ready for spring service. Females are all preg checked. For catalogue or sale info. contact Lionel D I S P E R S A L D E X T E R H E R D, 8 0 b r e d Fouillard 204-683-2353 or 780-719-3894; cow/calf pairs, open heifers, 1 and 2 yr old T Bar C Cattle Co. Ltd., PL #116061, at 306-220-5006; Gene Parks 204-729-7118; bulls. 403-845-5763, Rocky Mtn House, AB Rhett Parks 306-735-7813; Huntley Lewis 306-435-9210. View the catalogue online at C & T CATTLE CO. presents Take The Next Step Sale, Sat. Oct 15th, 5:00 PM at the Right Cross Ranch Sale Barn Kisbey SK. Selling 30 bred Polled Hereford females and 10 prospect show heifers. For catalogues or more info contact Chris Lees 306-455-2605; Doug Mann 306-773-7136 or T Bar C Cattle Co. Ltd., PL #116061, at 306-220-5006. View the catalogue online at 40 HEREFORD COWS w/30 Black Angus calves at foot. Rest to calve in fall. Phone 204-238-4908 at noon, Bowsman, MB. ANL POLLED HEREFORDS and Guests Production Sale, Sat. Oct. 15th, 12 noon at Steelman, SK. Selling 60 head, including bred females and current year calves. All females are preg checked. For a catalogue o r m o r e i n fo c o n t a c t K a r l L i s c h k a 306-487-2670 or T Bar C Cattle Co. Ltd. 306-220-5006. PL #116061. View the catalogue on-line at Watch/bid online: www.LiveAuctions.TV BLAIR-ATHOL Haroldson’s and Friends Sale, Sunday Oct. 16th 1:00 PM at the Alameda Auction Mart, Alameda SK. 60 Polled Herefords sell, featuring bred heifers, heifer calves, cow/calf pairs, herd sire prospects and embryos. For catalogue o r m o r e i n fo c o n t a c t D u n c a n L e e s 306-455-2619; Jeff Lees 306-577-1375; Chad Wilson 306-739-2643 or T Bar C Cattle Co. Ltd. PL #116061, at 306-220-5006. View catalogue online:

M I L K Q U OTA A N D DA I RY H E R D S NEEDED Fresh cows and heifers avail. Total Dairy Consulting. Tisdale, SK. Rod York 306-873-7428, Larry Brack 306-220-5512. FRESH 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.

CANADIAN MAINE-ANJOU Association. Power, performance and profit. For info on Maine-Anjou genetics 403-291-7077, Calgary, AB. or

HILL COUNTRY CLASSIC Shorthorn Sale, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, 1:00 PM CST at Matlock Farm, Lloydminster, SK. 30 lots. Herdsire and heifer calf prospects, bred heifers. View YouTube video and catalogue at: Contact us at: 306-825-2674. The ‘ALL STAR CLASSIC’ SHORTHORN SALE sponsored by the Alberta Shorthorn Assoc., Sat., Oct. 22nd at 1 PM, Lacombe Ag Facility, Lacombe, AB. Selling herdsire prospects, bred mature females, bred yearling heifers, calendar year heifer calves, embryo flushes as well as a selected group fo open and bred commercial heifers. Lunch served at 11 AM. For further info contact Kirk Seaborn 403-729-2267 or Don Savage Auctions 403-948-3520. Catalogue online

FOUR GOOD QUALITY bred full blood Simmental cows, dark red with pigment, calvHOLSTEIN COWS w/registration papers ing late January 2012. $8,000 for package, and milk quota. 306-225-4385, Hague, SK. firm. 306-221-9266, Saskatoon, SK.

24 BRITISH CROSS heifers. Excellent CATTLE FINANCING available for feedquality, preg checked. Erwin Lehmann, er cattle and bred heifers/cows. ComRosthern, SK. 306-232-4712. petitive interest rates. Call Marjorie MULCHING - TREES; Brush; Stumps. Blacklock, Stockmens Assistance Visit us at: Corp., 306-931-0088, Saskatoon, SK. Also see section #3560 Custom Work. 50 CHAROLAIS AND Simmental Cross cows, bred Charolais or Simmental. Start calving Jan. 10th. Full Herd Health Program. 30 are under 5 years old. Will preg S ELLIN G YO UR check mid Oct. Asking $1,700 OBO. First CATTLE IS AS 15 steers averaged 646 lb. and 21 heifers EAS Y AS A averaged 624 lb., no creep and only 6-8 P HO N E CALL months old. Call or text Andy 204-821-6058 or Janelle 204-821-6043 for • Ca ttle p u rcha s ed in fou r more details. w es tern p rovin ces Inglis, MB. • Flexible w eig h con d ition s a n d loca tion s 500 BRED COWS, Red Angus/Simmental • O p tion ofreta in ed cross, ages 2-9, bred to calve in May and June. Leaseback option available. Kerkain ow n ers hip Farms, 2008 Simmental Commercial • No herd too big ors m a ll Breeder of the Year. Contact Vince Steven• No tru ck in g cos ts son at 306-297-7950, Shaunavon, SK. • No com m is s ion s • No s ortin g forg en d er 80 RED HEIFERS, 80 black heifers, 50 CALL TIM Bronco faced heifers, bulls out June 20, to price yo u rca ttle to d a y asking $1300. 306-935-2058, Milden, SK.

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WELSH BLACK BULLS, polled, forage raised, no chemicals or antibiotics, long yearlings to 3 yr olds. 780-864-3150 or Spirit River, AB.

C U S TO M C AT T L E F E E D I N G , backgrounding, finishing and bred cattle. 403-631-2373, 403-994-0581, Olds, AB. 30 FANCY BLACK SIMMENTAL/ANGUS cross heifers due to start calving March 25th. Bred to proven calving ease Black bull. Call 306-634-9957, Macoun, SK. HERD DISPERSAL: 180 Charolais Angus cross cows, bred Charolais, will keep until e n d o f N o v e m b e r, $ 1 3 0 0 e a . 306-429-2820, Glenavon, SK. HERD DISPERSAL: 150 white, tan, red and black cows, bred Char., start calving end of March. $1000 each for all, U pick $1150. Will winter and calve out. Shawn Mulvena, 306-476-2536, Rockglen, SK. 30 BRED HEIFERS, most Red Angus cross, bulls out June 15, preg checked. Call Clark 306-441-2550 after 4 PM, Mayfair, SK. 35 BLACK AND RED cows for sale, bred Black Angus, will keep until November. 306-335-2806, Lemberg, SK. 100 RED ANGUS/SIMMENTAL cross cows. $1400/cow. Ages 3-8 years. Bred for March/April calving. Call 306-743-5372, leave message. Langenburg, SK.

110 STRAIGHT BLACK BRED heifers. Bred to purebred Black Angus, low birthweight bulls. Bulls out from June 25th to Aug. 25th. Real nice set of heifers, asking $1675. Will preg. test and keep until early November. Scott at 403-677-2455 or 403-820-5593, Standard, AB.

15th ANNIVERSARY Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede BEEF PEN SHOW, December 16th and 17, 2011. Commercial and Purebred Classes, 4-H, plus a CASH added Steer Jackpot. Enter on-line at or 403-527-1234.

CANDIAC AUCTION MART Regular Horse Sale, Sat., Nov. 5th. Tack at 10:30, Horses at 1:30. Each horse, with the exception of colts must have a completed EID. Go to the website to get the form. For more info contact 306-424-2967. ATTENTION: CANCELED LONGMUIR AQHA Production Sale October 9, 2011, Empress, AB. CANCELED FOR 2011: North Country Breeders Draft Horse Sale, Oct. 16, 2011, 1:00 PM, Keystone Center, Brandon, MB. HORSE SALE Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK, Thurs., Nov. 3. Tack sells 2:00 PM, Horses sell 4:00 PM. All classes accepted to sale time. Ph. 306-693-4715. PL #914447.

100 HOME RAISED Black and Red Angus young bred cows. 204-525-2446, Minitonas, MB.

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56 SIMMENTAL/ RED Angus cross cows, bred Simm., due to start calving end of March, 2012. 306-747-3721, Holbein, SK 21st ANNUAL EDAM FALL FAIR, Oct. 28 and 29th, 2011. Friday: People’s Choice cow/calf pair (new class) 6:00 PM. Saturday: Pancake breakfast 7:00 AM. Show starts 9:30 AM. Sale to follow. Classes: Rancher’s Choice steer, prospect steer, rancher’s choice open replacement heifer, prospect heifer, pens of open heifers, bred heifers and purebred bulls. Beef on a Bun lunch 11:00 AM. Saturday night entertain- 2 YR. OLD started registered gelding, ment by 3 Stars Senior Hockey Team. Be $1200; 2011 foals, yearlings and 2 yr. olds. sure to see the haunted house in Edam. 306-699-2481, Qu’Appelle, SK. Info: David Latendresse 306-397-2704 or Mitch Stuart 306-397-2260, Edam, SK. RED ANGUS/ GELVIEH cross bred heifers, full herd health program, $1500. Phone FOR SALE OR trade: 6 year old broke sorrel gelding, for 2 Percheron colts or yearlings. 306-731-2943, Lumsden, SK. 780-763-3868, Mannville, AB. APPROX. 120 HEAD OF SIMMENTAL HEIFERS, bred Red Angus, majority are red blaze faced and solid red, with a few tan white faced, remaining are traditional MINIATURE DONKEYS: 4 jacks, 3 jenSimmental type. Due to start calving Jan nies, various ages. Must sell due to health. 21st. Heifers will be preg checked and can Call 780-648-2228, Whitecourt, AB. pasture until 1st week of Nov. $1500 or pick in groups of 10 for $1550. Shannon at: 780-542-7630, Brad at: 780-352-1088, Drayton Valley, AB. QUIET TEAM, mares, 4 and 5 years, started in harness. 306-634-5147, Estevan, SK. 150 BLACK and Red Angus good quality young bred cows. 306-773-1049, Swift Current, SK. MINIATURE HORSE, well broke, good w/kids, in parade for 5 yrs, very quiet, c/w miniature horse drawn wagon. Willingdon, WILL WINTER COWS, backgrounding AB. 780-636-2413, 780-645-0406. a l s o ava i l a b l e . C a l l fo r r at e s . C a m 306-482- 3224 or Eric 306-717-8905, Carnduff, SK. FOR SALE: Draft Weanling Mules. Phone WILL WINTER ANY number of cows. Lots 306-453-2843, Carlyle, SK. of experience. Prefer Angus/ Angus cross. Price negotiable. 306-246-4468 Richard SK OVERWINTER YOUR COWS or pregnant heifers in Southern Alberta with its milder winters! Good facilities available. Prices negotiable. Call 403-739-2608 for more information. Enchant, AB.

PUREBRED FJORD STUD and 2 quarter cross mares, 1 with filly colt. Will separate. Offers. 306-423-5444, Domremy, SK.

REG. STALLION, Torasan-1115-1993, 13 HH, $3000 or trade for another Norwegian WANTED: 300 cows to feed November 1 Fjord stallion. 780-835-4059, Fairview, AB for the winter at Milden, SK. 306-935-2058 DISPERSING COMMERCIAL HERD: 100 for details. bred cows, calving April 1. Bred Charolais, $1250; 100 bred heifers, calving April 1, WANTED: CULL COWS for slaughter. For Bred Red and Black Angus, $1500. Hal- bookings call Kelly at Drake Meat Proces- REG. PAINT STUD for sale, quiet, easy to handle, good with farrier. 306-873-4032 brite, SK. 306-458-7873 or 306-458-2688. sors, 306-363-2117, ext. 111, Drake, SK. evenings, Crooked River, SK. 7 YOUNG BLACK cows w/August born WANTED: 50 to 60 head of cows to feed calves at side. 306-329-4382, Asquith, SK. for winter. Call 306-846-4834, Dinsmore, 400 BRED ANGUS cows, from award win- SK. GELDING QUARTER HORSE, 9 yrs. old, ning commercial ranch, to start calving April 20. Can keep until mid November. WANTED: TOO MUCH FEED, looking to 15.5 HH, broke to ride, neck reigns, lots of L e a s e b a c k o p t i o n p r e f e r r e d . lease to own 50 to 60 cows. Davidson, SK. promise. Moving and need to sell before winter. Phone 306-921-7590, Melfort, SK. 204-564-2033, Inglis, MB. 306-567-4777.


SUFFIELD BLOCK HORSE FOALS and a few yearlings. Strong, high quality. Historic Equine experience of a lifetime. Due to the trauma of the Horse Industry numbers of these horses are critically low; High quality horse hay for sale, 100% grass or grass solid round bales. Ph Arnold REG. BAY GELDING, 8 years old, well 80% broke, 3 summers pasture riding, lots of McKee, 403-664-2046 eves., Oyen, AB. roping, fast and great with cattle $3800 MATCHED TEAMS - 2 and 3 yrs. old, you OBO. 306-547-2828, Endeavor, SK. train or arrange for training. Your choice $500/horse. Haflinger as well as Fjord crosses. We also have trained teams available. 306-682-2899, Humboldt, SK.

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10 YR. OLD Curly hypoallergenic, 14.2 HH, QUALITY PONIES, 2 and 3 yr olds, harness well broke and quiet; 12 yr. old Thoroughtrained to drive single/ team. Bamford bred QH cross, 16.2 HH, well broke, very Pony Farm 204-242-2369, La Riviere, MB quiet, with yearling Curly foal. 306-692-1373, Moose Jaw, SK.


5 YR. OLD mare, very quiet, great ground manners, good with farrier. Broke to ride with 2 mos. professional training. Must sell. 306-873-4032 eves, Crooked River SK ECO NETS offers square plus round bale small mesh equine hay nets to save you hay, time and money. No more wasted hay or messy manure build up around feeder. 780-387-1514, Leduc, AB.

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SADDLE MAKING SCHOOL. Various WANTED FEEDER LAMBS and goats. TOP CANADIAN DOLLARS, Canadian courses avail. Book before December and Any size. Call Wayne at 306-883-8948, Rangeland Bison is buying all classes of save. Rod 780-576-2756, Newbrook, AB. Spiritwood, SK. 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 SHEEP DEVELOPMENT BOARD offers email us at extension, marketing services and a full SHEEP/GOAT SALE: Johnstone Auction 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 . NORTHFORK- INDUSTRY LEADER for Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. Saturday, Oct. 22, 306-933-5200, Saskatoon, SK. over 15 years, is looking for finished Bison, 1:00 PM. All classes accepted and must be grain or grass fed. “If you have them, we in yard by 8:00 PM Oct. 21. Sheep ID tags want them.” Make your final call with a n d p r e - b o o k i n g m a n d a t o r y. Northfork for pricing! Guaranteed prompt 306-693-4715 p ay m e n t ! C o n t a c t B r u c e fo r d e t a i l s PL #914447 514-919-4447 Winnipeg, MB. BUYING WILD BOAR for 20 years. All siz- 2010 OPEN FEMALES, 110 Wood cross, 20 es, highest $$$ paid. Canadian Heritage pure Wood, on grass, not for slaughter. COMMERCIAL DORPER/DORPER CROSS Foods, Ralph or Greg at 1-877-226-1395. 306-874-7590, Viking Bison, Naicam, SK. BREEDERS: The Canadian Dorper Sheep Assoc. wants to put you and potential buyPURCHASING ALL AGES and classes of Biers together. We’ve expanded our website son. Prompt payment. Bruce, Youngstown, to include a commercial producer listing BUYING ALL OUTSIDE raised swine, all AB. 403-651-7972 or 403-779-2218. service. $10.00 fee per year. Website get weights and colors, paying highest $. BUYING ALL CLASSES of feeder bison approx. 2000 hits/month. Mail payment Ralph 1-877-226-1395. and cows. Contact Dave 780-592-2288 or and info to: Dave Ellison, 5997 Gardi Road, cell. 780-853-0946, Mannville, AB. Kamloops, BC. V1S 2A1 or contact Dave at 250- 828-2390. YEARLING AND 2 YEAR old rams for sale, WANTED: BERKSHIRE, Tamworth and fullblood, starting at $500/each. Phone all crosses. Paying highest $$. Canadian Heritage Foods. Ralph at 1-877-226-1395. 306-725-3773, west of Bulyea, SK. FULLBLOOD DORPER RAM, 18 months, $300. Phone 306-982-3785 or 306-314-9048, Christopher Lake, SK. HARDY DORPERS, full blood and high percentage ewes and ewe lambs. Phone 15 MUSCOVY DUCKS, 5 males, 2 females, 306-454-2759, Ceylon, SK. 9 babies. 306-722-3360, Fillmore, SK. YEARLING AND RAM lambs, registered and commercial for sale. Lochend Dorpers, 403-932-6436, Cochrane, AB. ATTENTION BIRD HUNTERS and dog trainers, selling 1000 common pigeons, best offer takes all. 306-563-2020 evenings, 20 SUFFOLK EWE lambs, born in April, Canora, SK. asking $250 each. Phone 306-648-3568, Gravelbourg, SK.

100 OPEN BREEDING ewes, birth and second lambers, Cheviots/Suffolk/Katahdin crosses, $275 ea. 204-842-3694, Birtle MB CLUN FOREST RAM, lambs and ewe lambs. M r. G ly n n B r o o k s , L e t h b r i d g e , A B . , 403-327-2242. 170 EWE LAMBS: 95 white-faced, 75 Suffolk cross, very hardy, born and raised on pasture, $225. 306-246-4468, Richard, SK C A N A D I A N C O - O P E R AT I V E W O O L Growers, buying wool. For nearest wool collection depot or livestock supplies catalogue, 1-800-567-3693, 20 NORTH COUNTRY Cheviot ewe lambs, born in April, asking $230 each. Phone 306-648-3568, Gravelbourg, SK. RAMS, YEARLING ROMNEY and one colored. Well grown 10 month Dorsets. All PB, twins, sound and healthy, Genotyped, good quality, $450 yearlings, $350 lambs includes delivery to High River or you pick up. 604-462-9465, Maple Ridge, BC.

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2000 -130,000 pullets a nnua lly Long term contra cts a va ila b le Cus tom ra is e or s ell pullets for a ny s iz e la yer fa rm D elivery a nyw here in W es tern Ca na d a 7 80-841-1060•7 80-841-1496 E-m a il: d a nnyf@ EXOTIC BIRDS/SMALL ANIMAL Auction Sunday, October 30, 11:00 AM, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. Accepting peafowl, guineas, bantams, ducks, geese, pigeons, birds, gerbils, hamsters, rabbits, miniature horses/cattle, etc. Pre-booking optional, $2.62 per box. All must be in before 10:00 AM. Phone 306-693-4715. PL #914447. POULTRY AND SMALL Animal Swap ‘n’ Shop. Indoor market style sale. Lion’s Fairgrounds, Wadena, SK. Oct. 15th, 2011, 11 AM - 3 PM. Concession on site. To book tables in advance call Edie: 306-338-3324.

WWW.RIDEAUSHEEP.COM PB Rideau rams and ewe lambs, performance tested, high health status, breeder since 1989. Breezy Ridge Farm, Sutton, ON. 905-478-4280. PUREBRED CLUN FOREST rams. Easy lambing, exc. maternal qualities, $300. M a r t i n Pe n fo l d , M o o s o m i n a r e a . 204-722-2036, ANDRES EXPORTS is buying all classes of bison. 306-224-2088, Windthorst, SK. HAMPSHIRE AND COMMERCIAL ewe lambs. Hampshire and Dorset rams. Ph SUNGOLD SPECIALTY MEATS. New company is seeking a continuous supply of Heeroma Farm 306-823-4526, Neilburg SK grain fed and grass fed Bison. Randy FOR WOOL PROCESSING, Carder and Smith, 1-800-363-6602. Felter. Phone 306-982-4631, Christopher BISON WANTED - Canadian Prairie Bison Lake, SK. is looking to contract grain finished bison EXCELLENT QUALITY EWE LAMBS for a growing market in Canada, US and Columbia/Targee, good range wool. Also Europe. Paying top market $$ for all aniexcellent quality Columbia/Targee cross mals. For more information contact Roger Suffolk ewe lambs. 306-662-3667, Maple Provencher, or 306-468-2316. Join our Producer-owned Creek, SK, bison company and enjoy the benefits. COMPLETE SHEEP HANDLING SYSTEM: portable crowding tub, shearing chute, ELK VALLEY RANCHES, buying all ages of feeder bison. Call Frank 780-846-2980, panels, $2500. 306-776-2427, Rouleau, SK Kitscoty, AB or FOR SALE: Proven Bison breeding stock. Wood Cross, Pure Wood, Pure Plains, all ALL CLASSES OF SHEEP and goats; Buying ages, both sexes. Kirkwall Moor Ranch and all breeds. 306-978-9723 or 306-229-6147 Consulting, Marshall L. Patterson D.V.M. cell. 306-694-1759, Moose Jaw, SK.

2003 CATTLELAC 360 feed mixer, stored inside, light use, exc. condition. $14,900 204-825-7072, Crystal City, MB. BALE KING 880 with grain tank, good condition, $5000 OBO. 306-747-2514, Shellbrook, SK. EZE-FEEDER: Today’s way to feed your livestock. 45 bu., 70 bu. and 95 bu. sizes in stock. Options include: trailer, 3PTH, scales, and more. Reimer Welding & Mfg. Call 1-877-695-2532 for your nearest Dealer. Cartwright, MB. EZEE-ON 2200 POST pounder, PTO drive, exc. cond. $4000 OBO; NH HAY RAKE, excellent condition, $1000 OBO. 306-747-2514, Shellbrook, SK. NH 795 TA double chain manure spreader, $7250; NH 697 TA single beater manure spreader, $4800. 204-525-4521, Minitonas, MB.

FEED TRUCK: 1997 INT. 4700 truck w/CATTLELAC 520 FEED MIXER, exc. condition, always shedded, $52,500. 306-778-2533, Swift Current, 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 ratchWHITE TAIL HUNT BUCKS in the size ets. Call 1-877-547-4738. range of 160-190. Pictures available. 306-764-7320, Prince Albert, SK. MATURE REINDEER BULLS for sale. Call Jim or Connie, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK., 306-332-3955. HUNT AND BREEDING STOCK, typical genetics, 200”+, High Tower offspring. Loessl Game Farm, Phone Dennis at 306-682-3626, 306-227-2442, Pilger, SK. 35 WHITE-TAILED DOES available for lease on share basis. Caliber, Thunder- CONTERRA ARENA RAKE for ATV’s and head, Redoy, Son of the Gun breeding. quads. Excellent for arena, ground and Also semen from 227” 4 yr. old for shelter belt maintenance. Starting at $75/straw or $50/straw for 20 or more $1995. Conterra manufactures over 150 straws. 306-825-4037, Lloydminster, SK. attachments. Call 1-877-947-2882 or view on-line WHITETAIL BUCKS: We have about a dozen bucks for sale that will be roughly HAYBUSTER H1000 tub grinder, mint 140” to 175”. 780-205-5822, Marshall, SK condition; Grain roller, high capacity, able to roll high moisture or dry grain, c/w surge hopper and discharge belt conveyor, mounted on transport trailer; 7800 HighLine bale processor, high capacity. Phone NORTHFORK- INDUSTRY LEADER for 403-391-6021, Red Deer, AB. over 15 years, is looking for Elk. “If you HI-HOG ALL STEEL bison squeeze, asking have them, we want them.” Make your fi- $4500. Cypress Ind. 250 bu. self-feeder, nal call with Northfork for pricing! Guaran- $2500. Tom 306-423-5339, Domremy, SK. teed prompt payment! Contact Bruce for details 514-919-4447, Winnipeg, MB. WEIGH YOUR SALES, Norac stationary Email: livestock scale, Model AH8L-F4, Class III; HIGH LINE 700 Bale Pro Cattleman Series, ELK WANTED BY AWAPCO. We are a left hand discharge. Call 306-232-7953, 135 member producer owned and operat- Cudworth, SK. ed co-op with solid markets for your elk for years to come. Give us a call today to discuss how AWAPCO can work for you 780-980-7589. Non-Members welcome. APPROX. 3 MILES used 8’ ELK WIRE, posts and various steel gates for sale. 306-435-8008, Wapella, SK. BREEDING STOCK SALES, yearling jinnocks, bred cows, limited supply, top end genetics. Call Bob at 780-836-2689, Manning, AB. PRODUCER OWNED Canadian Prairie Bison is paying TOP DOLLAR FOR ELK to supply our growing markets. Give Roger a call before you sell, 306-468-2316. WANTING TO BUY bull and heifer calves SAFE NEW LAYOUTS, +80 ways to cut b o r n S p r i n g 2 0 1 1 . C a l l B r i a n a t corral costs. Free look 306-468-2878, Canwood, SK. TOP DOLLARS for elk delivered to Canadian Rangeland Elk, Lacombe, AB. We are 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. ELK VALLEY RANCHES buying all ages of elk. Phone Frank 780-846-2980, Kitscoty, AB or email to

SHEEP DEVELOPMENT BOARD offers a full line of goat supplies and minerals. 306-933-5200, Saskatoon, SK.

ALL SIZES, meat and pet breeds, all ages. Ph. 306-764-7810, Christopher Lake, SK. RABBIT CAGES and equipment for sale. Phone 306-297-3122, Shaunavon, SK.

PAYSEN BISON SQUEEZE with crowding gate and holding pen, hardly used, $8000. C a l l Te r r y a t 3 0 6 - 6 8 1 - 7 2 6 4 o r 306-759-2645, Brownlee, SK. ELK SQUEEZE and handling facility for sale. Call 306-843-3315, 306-843-7853, Wilkie, SK. APPROX. 3 MILES of used 8’ ELK WIRE, posts and various steel gates for sale. 306-435-8008, Wapella, SK.

ORGANIC RANCHER will give cattle or bison to purchase, lease or calf crop share Phone/fax 250-630-2524 or write to PO Box 6214 Fort St John BC V1J 4H7. SHAVINGS: Manufactured from kiln dried Pine. Highly compressed 4’x4’x4’ bales that hold 325 cu. ft. each. Makes premium quality bedding for large and small animals and poultry. Low dust, very soft and absorbent. Size, 3/4” and under. Call for truck load quotes. Wholesale prices direct from the plant. Can ship anywhere up to 60 bales per load. Call Tony 250-372-1494 or Ron 250-804-3305, Chase, BC, or web: WANTED: BISON COWS. If you were thinking of selling out, here’s your chance. Cash. 780-916-9032, Edmonton area, AB. STONE/BIG HORN cross ram for sale, $10,000. 306-825-4037, Lloydminster, SK.

2008 LUCKNOW 2270 twin screw vertical mix wagon, low usage, asking $38,000. 306-224-4272, Windthorst, SK. FREESTANDING PANELS: 30’ windbreak panels; 6-bar 24’ and 30’ panels; 10’, 20’ and 30’ feed troughs; Bale shredder bunks; Silage bunks; Feeder panels; HD bale feeders; All metal 16’ and 24’ calf shelters. Will custom build. 306-424-2094, Kendal, SK. 6600 HIGHLINE BALE PROCESSOR w/70 bu. grain tank, extended axle, $6000 OBO. 780-853-2292, Vermilion, AB.

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4 WD TRACTORS 2009 JD 9630T, 36” tracks, pto, 863 hrs ....................................... $349,000 2010 JD 9530T, 36” tracks, dlx cab, 600 hrs ................................ $329,000

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2 WD - MFWD TRACTORS 2003 CIH MXM130 MFWD, 4 scv, 17 spd trans, 5500 hrs ............... $47,000 2009 Buhler 2145 MFWD, loader, 1500 hrs ................................... $115,000 1993 Kubota M9580, 90 hp, mfwd, loader, 3152 hrs....................... $37,900 1980 JD 4640, quad, singles, 9700 hrs ........................................... $19,000 1978 JD 4640, quad, duals, 7600 hrs .............................................. $25,000 1975 JD 4630, quad, 20.8x38 duals ................................................ $17,000 1975 JD 4430, quad, 18.4x38 .......................................................... $16,000 JD 4010, 2 scv, new paint ................................................................ $11,000

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COMBINES (24 MONTHS INTEREST FREE) 2011 JD 9870 STS, loaded, 0 hrs ..........................................................CALL 2011 JD 9770 STS, loaded, 0 hrs ..........................................................CALL 2009 JD 9870 STS, 42” duals, pwr cast, loaded, 615P pickup, 580 hrs ........................................................................... $300,000 2008 JD 9870 STS, 38’ duals, powercast, 580 hrs........................ $272,000 2004-2007 JD 9860 STS, various options, 600-1400 hrs ..........5 IN STOCK 2008-2010 JD 9770 STS, various options, 213-600 hrs ..........15 IN STOCK 2004-2007 JD 9760 STS, various options, 900-1600 hrs ..........8 IN STOCK 2000 JD 9750 STS, 520x38 duals, 2919 hrs .................................. $110,000 2007 JD 9660 STS, 20.8X38 duals, 873 hrs................................... $228,000 2000 JD 9650 STS, 20.8X38 duals, 914P, 1880 hrs ....................... $132,500 2001 JD 9650, walkers, 2983 hrs .................................................... $89,000 2001 JD 9650, walkers, 3028 hrs .................................................... $89,000 2005 CIH 2388, pickup, loaded, 1650 hrs ...................................... $152,000 1999 JD 9610, 30.5x32, chopper, c/s, 2695 hrs .............................. $72,000 1997 JD CTS, 30.5x32, hopper cover, 1983 hrs............................... $64,500 1997 JD CTS, 30.5x32, chopper, 1578 hrs ....................................... $69,000 1990-1997 JD 9600, several units, 3000 hrs up ...............$39,000-$62,000 1996 JD 9500, 30.5x32, ahhc, fna, fc chopper, pickup, 2140 hrs ... $65,000 1993 JD 9500, 30.5x32, pickup, 3055 hrs ....................................... $45,000 1990 JD 9400, pickup, 3267 hrs ...................................................... $39,000

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2008 Brandt 15x85 Conveyor/1515LP ............................................. $24,500 (A) 2006 Brandt 1545 Conveyor (2)....................................................... $16,000 (E,RA) 2006 Brandt 13x90 Grain Auger ...................................................... $17,500 (A) 2006 Farm King 16x104 Grain Auger .............................................. $32,000 (A) Farm King 13x85 Grain Auger ......................................................... $10,500 (E) Farm King 10x70 grain Auger ........................................................... $6,000 (O) Farm King 13x70 grain Auger ......................................................... $11,500 (A) 2006 Farm King 13x70 Grain Auger ................................................ $12,500 (RA) 2000 Farm King 13x70 Grain Auger .................................................. $7,500 (RE) Sakundiak 10x2200 Grain Auger ...................................................... $4,500 (O) Sakundiak 10x2200 Grain Auger ...................................................... $5,500 (E) 2004 Brandt 5000 Grain Vac............................................................ $12,500 (RE) Kongskilde 500 Grain Vac ................................................................. $6,000 (E) 2005 Rem 2100 Grain Vac ............................................................... $14,500 (E) 1992 Rem Grain Vac .......................................................................... $7,500 (E)


2007 JD 4930 Raven, auto boom, 1831 hrs .................................. $240,000 1997 Ag-Shield SB 80’, 800 gal ....................................................... $14,900 1998 Flexicoil S67XL, pull type 130’, 1200 gal ............................... $16,500

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BALE PROCESSORS Bale King 2010, 40 bus grain tank ..................................REDUCED $12,500 Bale King 880 .....................................................................REDUCED $7,500 Highline 7000HD ................................................................................ $9,000

(RE) (A) (RE)

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HAYING EQUIPMENT 2008 JD 568 Round Baler, mega wide pickup ................................ $28,000 2001 JD 567 Round Baler, mega tooth pickup................................ $16,900 1991 JD 375 Round Baler, 5x4 round bale ........................................ $7,500 1992 JD 535 Round Baler, hyd pu, push bar ................................... $12,500 2006 NH BR780 Round Baler, wide pickup ..................................... $12,000 2008 CIH RB564 Round Baler, mesh wrap ...................................... $23,000 2002 CIH RBX561 Round Baler, 2 choices......................................... $9,500 2004 CIH RBX562 Round Baler, surface wrap................................. $16,000 2000 JD 1600A Mower Conditioner................................................. $11,900 2002 Hesston 1275 Mower Conditioner .......................................... $13,500

(RE) (A) (E) (O) (RA) (O) (E,O) (RA) (RE) (E)

WINDROWERS 2010 MF 9430 36’ & 18’ Headers, 400 hrs .................................... $112,000 2009 JD 4895 36’ HoneyBee Header, 264 hrs ............................... $130,000 2008 JD 4895 New 36’ HoneyBee Header, 400 hrs ....................... $110,000 2003 Prairie Star 4940 30’ 972 Header, 876 hrs ............................. $89,000 2000 Case 8825 30’ Header, 986 hrs ............................................... $47,500 Massey Ferguson 9420, 30’ & 18’ Headers ..........................................CALL Massey Ferguson 220, cab, 30’ header........................................... $41,700 1998 Macdon 1900, 30’, pto, pickup reel .......................................... $8,500 1997 Westward 3000, 30’, pto, pickup reel, canola sheer................ $8,500 1994 Macdon 1900, 30’ pto, bat reels ............................................... $3,500 1989 JD 590 36’, pto .......................................................................... $2,000

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SEEDING EQUIPMENT 50’ Seedmaster 5012, 600 bus cart, smart hitch.......................... $145,000 (RA) 61’ (X2) JD 1830, 10” spg, 430b 1910 TBH ................................... $150,000 (A) 61’ JD 1820, 10” spg, 430 bu 1910 TBH ........................................ $125,000 (A) 52’ JD 1820, 10” spg, 340 bu 1910 TBH .......................................... $83,000 (A) 40’ (X2) JD 737, 10” spg, 170 bus 787 cart .................................... $39,000 (A,RA) 42’ Bourgault 5710, 12”spg, NH3 shank MRB’s, steel pkrs .......... $50,000 (RE) 42’ Bourgault 5710, 12” spg, NH3 MRB’s, Harmon 1900 cart ....... $35,000 (RE) 47’ Bourgault 5710, 9.8” spg, MRBs, steel packers, 5350 cart ... $108,000 (RE) 57’ Flexi-Coil 5000, 12” spg, ss, stl pkrs,stealth,TBH tank ............ $53,000 (RA) 50’ Flexi-Coil 7500, 12” spg, 3450 TBT tank ................................... $65,000 (RA) 41’ Flexi-Coil 800 Airseeder, 12” spg, 1610 TBH tank ................... $17,500 (RE) 40’ Case/Concord No Till Drill ........................................................ $19,500 (A) 56’ Concord 5612, 12” spg, dbl shoot, no tank .............................. $39,000 (RA) 47’ Concord 4710, 9” spg, ss, AS 300 TBH tank ............................ $45,000 (A) 49’ (X2) Morris Maxim, 12” spg, D/S, TBH cart ...............$30,000-$50,000 (E,RE)


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1969 hrs, Y&M, reel spd, fore-aft, auto. header height, header float, chopper, $ spreader. Headers avail .


‘06 NH CR970 1186 hrs., Redekop MAV, good tires, loaded, $ headers avail .............

With 14’ Swathmaster. Good flighting and floor, $ LHS drive ........................

Hyd. fore-aft, PU reels, full finger auger, fits AFX or CR/CX $ combines .......................




New full finger auger, knife & guards. $ nice cond.......................

UII pickup reel, transport, fore-aft, good knife and $ guards, good canvas ......




3082 hrs, 6000 lb, 42’ reach, tilt carriage, 3 way $ steering, aux hyds. .......


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Pick-up reel, good condition. Comes $ w/ JD or MF adapter.......


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5,300 $4,505 $ $ 30’ 5,900 5,015 $ $ 36’ 6,900 5,865



New Swathmaster 16’ .............. $13,767 JD 914 ...................................... $3,900 ‘04 Swathmaster 14’ ................. $8,900 ’93 Rake-Up 12’ ......................... $1,900 ’94 Rake-Up 14’ ........................ $2,900 ‘89 Victory Super 8 ................... $1,680




Brandt Commander VSF, $ LHS delivery, hyd chute ..................... Bale King Vortex 880, $ 1000 PTO, good rotors...................... Highline 6600, good $ rotors, 1000 PTO .............................. Brandt Commander VSF-X, $ hyd chute, 540 PTO ..........................

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CIH 1680-2388 HD rear axle centre tube .................... $1,690 CIH 80 series front axceller kit ..................................... $1,695 CIH 1620-2388 front unloading auger tube ...................... $615 CIH 88 series header lift cylinder extension kit................ $320 Grammer air ride seats, fits tractors and combines...... $1,195 Hopper extensions, all combines...................................$1,795 JD 9600 straw walker crank ........................................... $520 JD 9000 series final drive shaft ................................................................................$1,195 NH CX840-880/CR920-970 clean grain elevator chain ............................................... $585



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WE WANT YOUR RIMS & TIRES ON TRADE! JD STS kit, c/w $ 20.8x38 or 42 new tires. ..... CIH 88 series kit, $ 20.8x38 or 42 new tires ....... $ JD 9400-9600/10/CTS .......... New clamp on dual kits, fit any machine, c/w new tires, spacers $ and hardware. ........................




14,900 13,900 11,800 4,300

IN STOCK! NEW STS 70 series ............................ $5,145 CIH 80/88 series ......................... $4,310 JD 9500 .................................... $4,550 USED Redekop MAV for NH CR series . $8,800 CIH 80/88 series ......................... $3,750 NH TR 96-99, fine-cut ............... $3,450

New Genesis for TR99, CX840/860/880 ...................... $9,860 New Iveco 8045 25R ................. $4,500 Used JD 7.6L ............................. $6,550 Used Iveco 10.3L ..................... $19,000 Used Perkins 640 V8 ................. $5,000 Used Ford 7.8L .......................... $6,000 OTHER ENGINE MODELS AVAILABLE


18’ Hart Carter, ML series ............. $2,500 20’ UII for Versatile 400/4400 .........$1,900 21’ MacDon, off MD 960 ............... $3,380 24.5’ UII, fits IH swathers .............. $3,380 25’ MacDon for 960 or SP swathers............................ $2,880 25’ UII for HoneyBee headers ........ $4,980 30’ MacDon, off JD 930 ................ $3,480

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USED CHAFF SPREADERS Crary, single disk, hyd. drive, TR95-99 .................... $1,280 Agri-Tech, dual disk, selfcontained, CIH 80/88 series...... $2,500 Dutch, single disk, swing away, hyd. drive, off MF 8560 .... $1,250 Kirby, single disk, hyd. drive, off a CIH 1682 ............................ $1,250 Urvold, double disk, selfcontained, fits CIH 1682 ............. $1,850 NEW CHAFF SPREADERS ALSO AVAILABLE


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NEAPOLITAN MASTIFF PUPS, 11 wks. old, 3 males, 2 females, vet checked, first shots, dewormed, $800 each. 306-745-6554, Esterhazy, SK. SABLE LASSIE COLLIE crossed with red LOVELY HOME FOR sale on 5 acres. Overand white Border Collie pups, 4 females looks Takysie Lake, BC. Call Luke at 250-569-4005 or 250-569-7778. left, $150 ea. 306-228-3582, Unity, SK.

AGWAY CHAINLESS BALE FEEDER 2008, good condition, asking $7000. More info 780-361-2345, Falun, AB. FARM AID 430 FEED WAGON, always shedded, $12,000. Phone 306-472-3775, Lafleche, SK. JIFFY BALE PROCESSOR, used very little, no welds, tires good, new bearings, exc., $4500. 306-441-7996, Rabbit Lake, SK. WANTING TO MEET attractive lady between the ages of 57-60 for traveling and companionship. No children, social drinker, non smoker. Prefer Saskatoon or Prince Albert area. Box 5592, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C4. LOOKING FOR nice lady in her 70’s in good health, widow ok, who would like to go south in the winter. Picture please. Reply in confidence to Box 5555, c/o Western Producer, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C4.

CYPRESS INDUSTRIES 325 bu. steel mob i l e s e l f f e e d e r, 1 1 L x 1 5 t i r e s . 306-843-3315, 306-843-7853, Wilkie, SK. 2005 FARM AID MIXER WAGON, like new condition, always shedded, asking $16,000. 306-778-2533, Swift Current, SK. ROLLER MILLS, new and rebuilt for sale. Call 306-682-4347, 306-231-3439 cell, Humboldt, SK.

AUCTION OR ON-LINE BIDDING WANTED: Ag and Industrial Consignments. “Low commissions”, accepting farm/ construction/ livestock equipment, trailers, trucks, ATV’s, etc. Contact Alana, Saskatoon, SK, 306-652-4334, PL #318116.

PETROF 6’ GRAND PIANO, excellent condition, $4000; Yamaha Organ, exc. cond. $500. 306-382-0016, Saskatoon, SK.


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GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, ready Sept. 27, first shots, vet checked, sable, black w/tan colors, $500 each. 306-264-3834, Kincaid, SK. NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPPIES, ready to go October 6th, first shots, $300. 306-939-4521, Earl Grey, SK. SUGAR GLIDERS, tame, will ship, $285 each. 250-766-4823, Winfield, BC. Email RED HEELER PUPS, 2 males, 1 female, both parents working cattle dogs. $300 or trade. 780-724-4954 Elk Point, AB. 3 MALE GREAT PYRENEES pups, $350, ready to go October 14. Pics on website 306-946-6644, Simpson, SK.

REG. BORDER COLLIE pups, $200 each. Parents good working and trial stock dogs. 306-842-6041, Weyburn, SK. PB BLUE HEELER pups, ready to go, good working parents. 780-202-0297 days, 780-389-2483 eves., Thorsby, AB.

2 MALE RED AND WHITE Border Collie pups, 5 wks. old, from working parents, have references, $450/ea. Call Oran 306-587-7169, 306-773-3476, Success, SK AUSTRALIAN KELPIE PUPS out of proven parents. Both parents imported from Australia. Various colors, sold as working dogs only, ready to go Oct. 14. Contact for pricing. Serious inquiries only. Sceptre, SK 306-623-4219, 306-628-8266. PUREBRED BLUE HEELER puppies ready to go Sept. 21. Parents are excellent working dogs used daily. 2 litters to chose from. $300. 306-745-3438, Esterhazy, SK. MAREMMA/AKHBASH cross puppies, ready to go Sept. 21, raised with sheep/horses, $275 each. 306-246-4468, Richard, SK. PYRENEES/MAREMMA CROSS pups from AVAILABLE BACHELORETTE. Country liv- working parents with no losses ever. $200 ing, peace and quiet, being close to nature ea. Phone 780-826-7443, Bonnyville, AB. with old fashioned values is what many of our ladies are looking for. She could be a teacher, doctor, nurse, professionally em- TWO LITTERS OF KOMONDOR puppies, ployed, or a homemaker. All ages, nation- farm raised, have 1st shots. Will deliver alities, occupations, rural, remote, ranch, anywhere. 306-730-9815, Lestock, SK. farm. Permanent relationships only. Pho- REGISTERED BORDER COLLIE pups, agtos and profiles 11 yrs. established Canada gressive working stock. Call Richard Smith w i d e . w w w. s e l e c t i n t r o d u c t i o n s . c o m 780-846-2643, Kitscoty, AB. Matchmakers Select, 1-888-916-2824. KELPIE COWDOG: 3 year old male, works PSYCHIC READING by Jessica. Helps in on a 1000 head cow/calf operation, $500. all problems! Call for free reading. 250-991-8095, Williams Lake, BC. Email: 305-456-9714 or 1-888-351-2665.

P OT E N T I A L P OT E N T I A L ! 2 8 P L U S ACRES, year round creek, standing timber, pasture, fruit and berries, 2820’ floor space, totally renovated home, in-law suite, guest house, barns, $799,000. MLS #10032429. email: 250-832-9969. FOR SALE BY OWNER in pollution free Keremeos, BC. House w/basement, 2788 sq. ft., 200 amp. service, 5 bdrm, 2.5 bath, new gas furnace, 2 fireplaces. 2 car overhead door garage, large patio w/hot tub, solarium and ideal dream shop (1560 sq. ft., 1/2 bath, 100 amp., new gas furnace) on 0.4 acre lot. 413 - 2nd Ave. Inquiries phone 250-497-1192, Priced to sell at $339,000.

HOUSE TO BE MOVED: 1917 two storey character home, all original, needs windows, $5000 OBO. Will consider cattle on trade. 306-228-3093, Unity, SK. LUSELAND, SK. Sale/rent. Attractive older furnished 800 sq. ft. 2 bdrm home, 1 bath with all new fixtures, full basement. Stucco and newly painted siding. Quality carpet and hardwood. Private 150x50’ lot. Lawn, garden, Birch, Spruce and fruit trees. Single detached garage. $63,500. Ph LAC DES ISLES: One five acre treed and 250-353-7600 or titled lake lot, min. walk to lake, old growth trees. Power, gas, telephone at READY TO MOVE SHOW HOME, 1650 curb. $195,000; Two acre lot $100,000. sq. ft., 9’ ceilings, beautiful maple cabiChoice of three. 306-221-0081, 306-373- nets, decorative drywalling, many options, 4808, Saskatoon, SK. or $168,500. Also taking orders for spring livery, built indoors for greater quality control. Swanson Builders, 306-493-3089. Saskatoon, SK area. BI-LEVEL HOUSE AND LOT to be sold at auction, 1113 Grand Ave, Indian Head, SK. Saturday October 8th. Supreme Auction Services, Ken McDonald 306-695-0121 or Brad Stenberg 306-551-9411. PL# 314604 ACREAGE IN MEDICINE HAT, AB. Bright, spacious 3 bdrm, 1788 sq. ft. bungalow on 4.25 acres, in the city. Beautiful yard and natural area, asking $650,000. For photos SUN HILLS RESORT at Lake of the Prair- Phone 403-580-7433, cell 403-952-8085. ies, SK, only 40 minutes East of Yorkton. Lots and cabins selling now! Starting at $49,000, fully serviced! Ph. 306-621-9680 or visit 905 SQ. FT. 2 bdrm bungalow, 1 bath, interior completely renovated. Comes with new siding, you pick your color. $54,000 including delivery. Phone 403-223-1885, Taber, AB. Many more homes available. LOG HOMES, custom built, hand crafted, Pike Lake, SK. Phone 306-493-2448 or 306-222-6558,

ELEGANT COUNTRY HOME for sale near Lumby, BC, in the North Okanagan. See it to believe it. Presently operating as Deermeadows B&B. Go to our website and/or phone toll free 1-877-547-7996,

KNOTTY PINE CABINS Open beam ceiling. Starting at



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MOVEABLE 1400 sq. ft.. 3 bdrm. bungalow. Upgraded to 80% energy efficiency. Vinyl siding over R10 rigid insulation, sheet metal roofing, new eavestroughing, all triple pane windows, laminate flooring, BRAND NEW 1125 sq. ft. 3 bdrm. mainte- new 98% energy efficient furnace with nance free, all season cabin overlooking dual stage motor, tankless water heater, Dun Cairn Dam Lake sitting on 2 acres. low flush toilets, reverse osmosis system, Water well. $285,000. Call 403-548-9990. new central vac, built-in dishwasher, 90,000 grain water softener, $85,000 OBO. 306-576-2428, Wishart, SK. INDIAN HEAD, SK. house and lot to be sold by Auction, Sunday, October 23. Supreme Auction Services, Ken McDonald 306-695-0121, Brad Stenberg 306-551-9411, PL #314604.

CANADA ORGANIC CERTIFIED by OCIA Canada. The ultimate in organic integrity for producers, processors and brokers. Call Ruth Baumann, 306-682-3126, Humboldt, SK,,

12 SUITE APARTMENT BLOCK, Leader SK. Sale Price $698,000. Contact Greg Belof 306-525-3344, NAI Commercial Real Estate (Sask) Ltd. HERITAGE PROPANE LTD. (Sask.) Servicing residential and grain drying. Friendly, quality service at the lowest price possible. Toll free 1-877-641-3232. 1112 SQ. FT. 2 bedroom, 2 bath CONDO across from MARKET MALL, Saskatoon, SK. $329,900. 306-382-0776 leave msg. or 306-220-8776.

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REG. CHESAPEAKE BAY Retrievers, young adults, ready for training for fall hunting season. 306-236-3898, Meadow Lake, SK.

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LOG HOME FOR sale to be moved, 3000 sq. ft., built in 1989, renovated in 2005, no reasonable offer refused! 306-587-2326, Cabri, SK. VILLAGE OF SHELL LAKE, 12 residential lots for sale. Contact Village Office: Email: Call 306-427-2272.

1997 RIDGEWOOD MOBILE home to be moved, 3 bdrm, 2 baths, vaulted ceilings, appliances, deck, etc. included, $68,000 OBO. 780-847-2818, Marwayne, AB.

SAM’S MOBILE HOMES: We pay top dollar for used mobile homes. 14’ and 16’ TO BE MOVED: 1 1/2 storey, 3 bedroom preferred. Wanted immediately. We sell farm house, South of Humboldt, SK. Rea- good quality used homes for great prices. sonably priced. Phone 306-320-1057. John Becker 306-781-4130, Pilot Butte SK


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FARMER DIRECT CO-OP is looking for old crop and new crop barley, flax, hemp, and lentils. Best prices for durum and high protein hard red spring. Call 306-352-2444 and send 3 lb. sample to: 1536 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK. S4P 0P5.

MANITOU BEACH, SK, 1500 sq. ft. year round split level home, steps away from mineral spa. 4 bdrms, 2 baths, 2 dbl. garages, 100x124’ lot. Many upgrades, $ 2 9 9 , 9 0 0 . M L S. Re / M a x S a s k ato o n , 1-866-441-6333 or

CKC REG. YELLOW Labrador Retriever puppies, males and females. Call Delores 204-673-2577, Waskada, MB.

(306) 931- 4576 TRADE AND EXPORT Canada Inc. now buying feed oats, flax and feed peas. Quick pay. Contact Lorna 1-877-339-1959.

HOUSE FOR SALE in Mesa, AZ. 3444 North Tuscany Circle. Located in the beautiful gated community of Las Sendas. 2451 sq. ft. 2 storey w/pool and hot tub. Built in 1999. For more info call 306-487-7993 or email


PRO-CERT ORGANIC SYSTEMS Royalty free organic certifier. Family owned, experienced, affordable. Phone 306-382-1299 or email Saskatoon SK.


REAL LOG HOMES, beautiful precut custom and std. log home and cottage pkgs., award-winning construction manual, 47 plus yrs, 28,000 plus homes, warranty. Randy 306-526-1042, for southern and eastern SK or see 2 REZONED RESIDENTIAL LOTS FOR SALE by live auction within the resort village of Coteau Beach on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, 2:00 PM. For more info. call the Mayor, Darwin McDonald at 306-573-4884.

USED MOTOROLA VERTEX 2-way radios. Prices start at $225. Antennas and radio repairs. Future Communications, REG. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, Chez 306-949-3000, Regina, SK. bloodlines, ready to go end of Oct. More info or pictures call 204-732-2483 or email Ste. Rose, MB.

REG. BOUVIER DES FLANDERS puppies, WANTED: BUYING ORGANIC screenings, loyal companions, parents can be seen, delivered. Loreburn, SK. Prompt payment. $ 1 0 0 0 . C a l l J o e l 2 0 4 - 2 6 8 - 8 0 7 3 , 306-644-4888 or 888-531-4888 ext. 2. 204-268-4672, Beausejour, MB. RW ORGANIC LTD. currently looking for all REG. NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS, first grades of wheat, new and old crop. shots, vet checked, and microchipped. 204-548-2837, Gilbert Plains, MB. 306-354-2660, Mossbank, SK. ORGANIC WINTER WHEAT, cleaned seed for sale. Call Don 306-782-5837, 306-621-7310, Yorkton, SK. WANTED: ORGANIC FEED barley for GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES, born July immediate delivery. Growers International 13th, vet checked, dewormed, asking $600/each, health guaranteed. Grimshaw, 306-652-4529, Saskatoon, SK. AB. 780-625-4731. PUREBRED GERMAN SHORTHAIRED Pointer pups, great hunting and family pets. ORGANIC PASTURE AND hay land for rent Shots, dewormed, tails and dew claws for 2012. 400 acres total. 780-367-2528 or done. $500. 204-422-9356, St. Anne, MB. 780-208-8785, Willingdon, AB. MINIATURE SCHNAUZER pups, 1st shots WANTED: CERTIFIED ORGANIC slaugh- and dewormed, non-shedding and hypo-alter cattle, grass/forage finished. Contact lergenic, make excellent house dogs and Peter Lundgard at Nature’s Way Farm, love the outdoors, $400. 204-434-6132, Steinbach, MB 780-338-2934, Grimshaw, AB.

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16x76’ 1999 SRI mobile home with vault- RECREATIONAL RANCH IN BC. Beautiful ed ceilings, 2-1/2 baths, 3 bedrooms, to natural setting in ranch country, 88+ be moved. 306-862-4149, Codette, SK. acres, approx. 3000 sq. ft. quality post and beam house with barn and log fences. THINKING ABOUT RETIREMENT? How Wildlife abounds, Government land close. about to southern AB, Coaldale? To a 1467 $1.2 million. 480-818-7876, Kamloops, BC. sq. ft. new modular home in a new, quiet, park on its own lot? This spacious 4 bdrm, NORTH OKANAGAN, BC. 68 acres, 55 in 2 bathroom, large living room, kitchen, hay located adjacent to Enderby, BC, 5 dining room, laundry room, w/6 applianc- minutes from Hwy. 97A. Older farm home e s , f e n c e d a n d l a n d s c a p e d . C a l l with 4 bdrms, 2.5 baths, storage/barn 403-381-7349 or 403-330-6157. 265’x45’ with 13’9” inside clearance. Hay MEDALLION HOMES 1-800-249-3969 barn 60’x120’, metal roof and 3 box stalls. Immediate delivery: New 16’ and 20’ Also machine shed and equipment shed. modular homes; Also used 14’ and 16’ Services incl. city water and 2 wells, nat. homes. Now available: Lake homes. gas, 110 power and back-up generator. Medallion Homes, 306-764-2121, Prince Located on paved road with great views of the farm and mountains. Email or call Albert, SK. owners MOBILE HOME to be moved, Outlook, SK 250-838-6642. area. 1978 14x70, 10x12’ porch, $17,000 CENTRAL CARIBOO, BC. 301 acres, 5 titles OBO. Call Kevin 306-921-0054. of 155, 55, 40, 40 and 11 ac., all adjoining 2008 MODULINE on owned lot or could be properties, located adjacent to Williams moved, many extras, sacrifice price. Lake airport, 10 mins. from city center. 306-278-2706 or 306-278-7319, Porcu- Older 3900 sq. ft. home, 60x120’ indoor pine Plain, SK riding arena w/attached 32x120’ 20 horse SHERWOOD MODULAR HOMES, SRI stall stable, 48x120’ enclosed hay barn and factory built, 16’, 20’, 22’, sectionals. Full 24x60’ 5 stall garage, plus other outbuildset-up and service in house. Phone Regina ings. 75 ac. lake on property, 2 wells, natural gas, very private. Email or call 1-866-838-7744. Estevan 1-877-378-7744. o w n e r s at h c b e r k @ h o t m a i l . c o m o r ESTATE, MUST SELL! Bow Island, AB., 250-398-7874. $150,000. Ready to move in! 3 bdrm., 2-3 piece baths, beautiful kitchen w/pantry, central air, laundry room w/washer and dryer, appliances, sunroom w/huge decks, BRIN G AN OFFER! ASKING fully landscaped and fenced, underground GS T APPL IES UN L ES S BUYER $$ sprinklers, exc. RV parking, garden shed, 3 9 9 , 0 00 IS A GS T REGIS TRAN T. drive thru over-sized garage- insulated, THIS 44 ACRE PROPERTY IS A RARE FIND. heated w/commercial gas heating. Call Po w er is 50 m eters o n to the p ro p erty w ith n ew 100 m eter 403-528-0710 for more info. or viewing. d rivew a y, n ew w ell (4-5gp m ), 100’x100’ fen ced d u go u ta n d p es ticid e free s in ce 1995. S eed ed a lfa lfa , ha y 1/2 T im o thy Bro m e a n d 1/2 Cres to W hea t. Zo n ed fa rm a n d ra n ch this fu lly fen ced p a rcel is rea d y to b e b u ilto n . CHARACTER HOME to be moved from Elbow, SK. area. Beautifully restored 2 PROPERTIES 1/2 M IL E PRICED TO SELL BOTH bdrm, 1-1/2 storey home located 18 miles OFF PAV EM EN T. 10 M IN . $ from Diefenbaker Lake. Also have a treed 6 59 ,000 FROM CHES TERM ERE.  yardsite nearby w/water, electrical and Grea to p p o rtu n ity fo rco u n try livin g w ith p o s s ib ility o f phone hookups. Call Mel or Kim for pics s u b d ivis io n  Pes ticid e free s in ce 1995 a n d s eed ed a lfa lfa ha y/ and pricing: 306-854-4700, 306-867-7455. T im o thy Bro m e a n d Cres tW hea tthis level la n d ha s 3 d u go u ts , 2 licen s ed fo rfis h a 12’ x 12’x8’ ro o tcella r, 26’x28’ in s u la ted NEW RTM CABIN, 24x32’ 2 bdrms, loft, ga ra ge a n d a 26’x30’ tra cto rs hed (5-6” co n crete flo o r) w ith 2x6’, green tin roof, PVC windows, interior electrica l a n d a 12’x12’ in s u la ted d o o r. E xtra s in clu d ed , done in pine and poplar, $64,500. Pics. a d d itio n a l w a terta n k, n ew w ell p u m p , s ep tic ta n k p u m p a n d a available. 306-862-5088, Nipawin, SK. n ew m eta l ro o fo n the ga ra ge $4,000.  TO BE MOVED: 1100 sq. ft. 3 bedroom Re m a x La n d a n Re a l Es ta te S TEVE P ETER S ON bungalow, 1 bath, new roof located in SW C a lga ry, AB. Calgary, AB. Phone 403-813-7227. 403 -256 -3 8 8 8 HOUSE TO BE MOVED in Calgary, AB. E-m a il: pe te rs o n w a y@ s h a w .ca Recently renovated 1600 sq. ft. bungalow, Britannia built, 3 bdrm, 2 baths, newer: 3 QUARTER SECTIONS bordering crown kitchen w/granite, stainless appliances, land all in 1 block 2 miles off the highway carpet and tile. House moving at buyers in the Chip Lake area west of Edmonton. 2 cost. Available March 15, 2012, $28,000. wells, 1 year round spring, 3 bedroom home plus mobile home, 36’x29’ heated Call 403-270-7521. shop on concrete slab. 1/3 of the property 36X60 BUILDING, ready to move, in is hay, balance is bush pasture. With betexcellent condition. Well insulated, inside ter cattle prices than before, this is the fi b r e g l a s s w a l l s , w i r e d . P h o n e J o e perfect place to start for cattle ranching. 306-298-2068, Val Marie, SK. For details call Frank 780-909-1940 or REVELSTOKE 26x42’, (1964) 3 bdrm. bun- galow, 1-1/2 baths, new metal roof, needs 8200 ACRE CATTLE RANCH, located in windows, siding, flooring and paint, struc- Central AB., Building site adjacent to reserturally sound, $19,900; Approx. 940 sq. ft. voir, home to a variety of water fowl. Car(1965), 2 bdrm. bungalow, vinyl siding, rying capacity is 600 cow/calf units. Buildbrand new roof, large porch, good cond., ings include: 2 homes, heated shop, 120’ $13,900. Both located near Ituna, SK. scale, machine shed, processing barn, area. Can be left on site for an agreed pe- loose housing and corrals for 5000 head. riod of time. Call Ladimer 306-795-7779. For more information call 403-807-7485. Brokers welcome.

MANITOU BEACH RESORT, SK. 1110 sq. ft. 3+1 bdrm. yr. round home, 1-3/4 bath, island kitchen, attached 1-1/2 car garage, direct entry, huge deck overlooking lake, nicely landscaped, close to mineral spa and golf course, $225,000. 306-946-3837. MESA, ARIZONA: For sale Park Model, 1 bdrm., 1 bath, w/2 slide-outs, new queen bed and sofa sleeper, new flooring, completely furnished, very clean, well maintained. Storage shed, large carport, 5-Star park with all amenities, close to shopping. $5,900. 306-867-8617, Outlook, SK. PALM SPRINGS VACATION VILLA For Sale located in the Desert Princess Golf Resort, minutes from airport. Gorgeous 1825 sq. ft. 3 bdrm., 3 bath, livingroom, diningroom, family room, granite kitchen, 2 car garage with new pool/spa, outdoor kitchen, new landscaping. Backing 27 hole golf course, 10 tennis courts and fitness TWO FULL QUARTERS and a package of 5 center. For pictures and website please leased quarters. Can be sold separately or contact 306-373-0344 or 306-222-5272. together. Contact Joanne 780-573-9389, Cold Lake, AB. 3300 ACRES, 5 deeded quarters, balance is a lease and runs lengthways with the Little Smokey River, great pasture, hunting and fishing, over 600 acres of tame grass, lots RARE FIND! Quality log home w/suite, 72 of water, completely fenced and cross fenced acres, water license, gravity irriga- fenced, approx. 2000 sq. ft. log home, tion, outbuildings, $529,000. Greenwood, w/lots of new improvements, $1,200,000. For info call 780-524-3174, Valleyview, AB. BC. Ph. 250-445-6642.

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UNIQUE HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE selfsufficient cow/calf ranch, 50 minutes SE of Calgary, AB. Approx. 10,280 acres, 2000 acres quality tame hay, excellent weather year round grazing, ample rainfall and mild winters, 1000+ head cow/calf pair capacity, abundant water supply - 3 springs, 14 wells, numerous dugouts. Over $ 2 , 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 i n i m p r ove m e n t s . We l l equipped 5400 sq.ft. industrial shop, 2 large storage shops (6000 and 3200 sq.ft), calving barn and heated horse barn, large feeding and handling facilities, 4-wire fencing, Texas gates. 3900 sq.ft executive home w/1120 sq.ft triple garage. 2 newer homes w/full basements and garages. Considerable oil, gas and lease revenues. Trophy hunting. Finders compensation. $15,500,000. 403-308-4200. VALLEYVIEW 960 ACRE RANCH, fenced and cross fenced for bison, excellent water well, stock waterer and all amenities plus 14x70’ mobile home. 780-523-9676, High Prairie, AB. 1) DELUXE RECREATIONAL QUARTER section, log home 2 cabins, revenue, gravel deposits, Clearwater River frontage, 2 creeks, great for horses, a must see investment. 2) Hay and grain quarter NW of Onoway, very productive and service lease revenue. 3) Approx. 1600 acre cattle property west of Edmonton. 4) Deluxe 5000 acre ranch with surface lease revenues and large gravel deposits, private and exclusive. Have buyers for grainland. Don Jarrett, Realty Executives Leading, 780-991-1180, Spruce Grove, AB. CENTRAL ALBERTA FARMS, acreages, businesses (all sizes). Information avail. on request! Central Agencies Camrose Ltd. 4870-51 St. Camrose, AB. 780-672-4491.

SASKATCHEWAN RANCHES South of Wood Mountain - 24 quarters. 13 deeded, 11 lease. Water pipeline to stock tanks in pastures. Modern handling facilities, buildings & very comfortable ranch house. (Ex11.5) .............................. $1,250,000 Mortlach Area - 33 quarters, 8 deeded, 25 lease, 200 acres tame hay, balance native. Older home, machine shed, barn, cattle shelters, corrals and handling facilities (MLS 393345) ...... $1,600,000 East of Mortlach - 9 quarters deeded grassland (1357 acres m/l) Panels, loading chute. 4 dugouts. Fenced & cross fenced (MLS 389757) ... $585,000 Up to 20,000 additional acres available.

TIM HAMMOND REALTY Irrigated farmland near Outlook, SK. 1855 acres with approx. 1564 cult. acres, 200 pasture acres, and 91 other acres. Includes 10 quarter section pivots and 1 partial quarter pivot w/drops and spinners. Complete 4 strand barb wiring fencing on 12 parcels. Yard site w/corrals and workshops. $3,325,000 MLS# 410068 Tim Hammond 306-948ALBERTA LAND FOR SALE: NOBLE- 5052 FORD: Home, large shop w/indoor truck 6 QTRS. wash, office, etc., 2nd shop, hay storage, corrals for 1500 head, calving barn, horse RM K in d ers ley pasture, pivot irrigated. (#1757, Ben). FORT MACLEOD: River Valley Ranch! 365 2 QTRS. acres, 2 homes, shops, quonset, bins, corRM New co m b e rals, etc. (#1802, Ben). BROOKS: Cash crop farm (hay/canola) #1 soil, 4 homes, 2 QTRS. large shop w/storage bays, comes w/land, RM S n i pe L a ke buildings, equipment. (#1756, Ben). SOUTHERN AB: Nice pivot farm! Full set 2 QTRS. of buildings, immaculate yard, 6 full pivot RM K in d ers ley circles. (#1755, Chris). BOW ISLAND: Pivot irrigated land, quonset, grain bins. ESTON (#1700, Walt). SCANDIA: 320 acres row crop land, pivot irrigated, home, $4000 an- 2,100 s q ftho m e w /s ho p o n 67 a cres nual surface revenue. (#1684, Hans). NORTH SASKATCHEW AN OUTLOOK, SK: Nice irrigation farm! 13 RIVER RANCH quarters, 11 pivots, 10 pumping units, quonset, grain storage. (#1804, Ben). Call 2,700 a cres – i ncl ud es 3 m iles o f Signature Service Real Estate website d eed ed riv er fro n t. w w w. c a n a d a f a r m a n d r a n c h . c o m 1-866-345-3414. C a ll Jim o r S h e rry to d a y 306-463-6667 AUCTION: 220 acre farm w/breathtaking G ro up W e s tR e a lty views along Battle River. House and Kin d e rs le y, S K 50x200’ building, Camrose, AB area. Online bidding opens Wed., October 12th and w w w .kin d e rs le yre a le s ta te .co m closes Wed., October 19th. Call Hodgins Au c t i o n e e r s 1 - 8 0 0 - 6 6 7 - 2 0 7 5 ! S K . LAND FOR RENT: 1 mile S. of St. James, SK. NE-26-39-20-W2, SE-26-39-20-W2. PL#915407. AB. PL#180827. Submit written bids to: 12 Ovington Close, Red Deer, AB. T4N 5J3. or email address: For more WANTED Small Dairy Farm, reasonably info. call 403-347-8194, 403-877-2550. priced, in Alberta or BC. 780-292-2162. Closing date; Monday, Oct. 31, 2011. Email RM OF WEYBURN #67: SE-25-7-15-W2nd sale. Taking offers. 306-842-5083 at RM GOOD LAKE, 1200 acres mixed farm- for land, well maintained house, yard, and Weyburn, SK. buildings, excellent water supply. Close to GRAVEL PIT for sale, in RM of Arborfield Provincial park, 60 kms from Yorkton. Call # 4 5 6 . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n c a l l 306-592-4547, Buchanan, SK. 306-769-8896, Arborfield, SK. TIM HAMMOND REALTY RM 316 Harris. IS THIS YOUR LAST CROP? Call Hodgins 480 acre hay/grazing package cut by Eagle Auctioneers 1-800-667-2075 to discuss Creek approx. 273 acres hay and 207 acres plans for your Auction. TWO LOCATIONS: native pasture. Asking $160,000 (1.43x). Melfort, SK: PL #915407; St Albert, AB: MLS 411359. 306-948-5052 Biggar, SK. PL#180827 RM BLAINE LAKE. Approx. 5280’ of river GRAIN OR CATTLE LAND: 5 quarters, 4 frontage, estimated to have 300,000 yards fenced and one farmland, beautiful yard of gravel. 781 acres of grazing land. All w/1700 sq. ft. house, 2-1/2 miles from St. fenced. Pump house (insulated and heatBrieux, SK., barn, cattle shelter, corrals, ed) with 6 watering troughs. Priced as an investment property because of the river heated shop, 50x100 shed. 306-275-2007. frontage and gravel. Seller will sell any WATSON/ LEROY, SK. AREA. 9 quarters portion or all as a package. MLS® 393713. grainland including well established yard. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max of the BattlePhone Dan 306-287-3952, 306-287-7635. fords, North Battleford, SK, 306-446-8800, CHOICELAND, SK, 148 acres of farmland, well maintained with 1300 sq. ft. bunga- CATTLE RANCH 14 quarters in one block low, $295,000. Second quarter also w/homestead, mostly seeded to grass, available. MLS. John Doucette at Advan- fenced, 1-1/2 storey house with full basetage Real Estate, Prince Albert, SK, ment, heated 50x80’ shop, hip roof barn, tarp shelter, bins, corrals, water bowls. 306-980-8127, Lots of good well water. SE of Yorkton, SK. BUYER WITH DEEP pockets 100 mile 306-744-8113, Saltcoats, SK. radius around Regina, 2000-20,000 acres grain land, 5 year lease back available. RM EAGLE CREEK, near Perdue, SK. Mixed farm with 14 quarters deeded, 4 306-789-3044, 306-536-5090, Regina, SK. leased. MLS #404541. For more info. call FARMS, RANCHES, ACREAGES AND Mike Janostin, Realty Executives BattleDEVELOPMENT PROPERTY. Check out fords, 306-481-5574, North Battleford, SK. our website to view all of our listings: or email: for a complete list RM ST. LOUIS #431: Offers being acceptof inventory. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max e d o n 1 6 0 a c r e s p r i m e f a r m l a n d . of the Battlefords, 306-446-8800, North NE-26-44-25-W2 bordering Jumping Lake. Written offers to be submitted on or beBattleford, SK. fore 3:00 PM, Saturday, October 15, 2011 FARM/RANCH/RECREATION, Buying or to: Box 43, Crystal Springs, SK. S0K 1A0. Selling, Call Tom Neufeld 306-260-7838, Highest or any offer not necessarily accept. Phone 306-749-2873. Coldwell Banker ResCom Realty. RM OF GREAT BEND: 1703 acres with RM OF MEETING LAKE 163 acres approx 1503 acres of good cultivated grain land. 2 miles south east of Rabbit Lake and 1/2 Just north of Radisson, close proximity to mile from the Jamboree site. 136 acres the Yellowhead Hwy. Priced to sell! MLS cult., balance bush. A great investment. ®394405. Call Roger Manegre, Re/Max of MLS® 413175. RM of GLENSIDE east of the Battlefords, 306-446-8800, North Bat- Cando, close to the Lizard Lake Community Pasture, approx. 30 acres mixed tame tleford, SK. hay, pasture and balance quite heavy LAND AUCTION: Oct. 22, 2011. Auction bush. A great location for hunting white features 6 quarters of farmland totaling tail deer. Reduced to sell. MLS® 412821. 960 acres in the RM of Mayfield near May- RM of MEDSTEAD, 160 acres with 130 mont, SK. with a very well kept home, well acres cult. most seeded to tame hay, balmanicured yard and a large garden. Home ance fairly heavy bush. Property is located quarter includes workshop, barn and grain approx 12 miles north of Medstead at the bins. Land being offered at 12:00 noon and end of the gravel road. Older home needs farm equipment starting at 1:00 PM. Call lots of TLC but has character, 28’x40’ shop, Kramers 306-445-5000, or info/photos: heated, wired 220. Talk about peace and PL #914618. quiet. MLS® 413435. Call Lloyd Ledinski, RM 71 VICEROY. Estate: 1 section w/607 Re/Max of the Battlefords, North Battlecult. acres, 2 wells spring fed, dugout, sep- ford, SK, 306-446-8800 or 306-441-0512. tic, power, 90x50’ steel quonset, $400,000. RM OF GOOD LAKE, half section with yard, 306-789-2373, or adjacent to Canora, SK. Will separate yard Regina, SK. from land. 306-651-1041.


SUTTON GROUP NORTHLAND REALTY Saskatoon have buyers for farms, need farm listings. Contact Bert at 306-221-2892 or BEST OF THE BEST quarter of land for sale, and 2 leased quarters available. All into grass, river runs through it, about 320 acres open, rest trees or reverted. Close to amenities. Good hunting: elk, moose, White-tail and mulies. Good fishing over 10 lakes within couple hours. Scenery fantastic in RM of Clayton 333. 306-594-2535, Norquay, SK. RM 44 GRASSLAND: 960 acres with buildi n g s . J o h n C ave , E d g e R e a l t y L t d . , 306-773-7379, Swift Current, SK.

WE HAVE A PROBLEM! Have sold all our listings over the spring and summer. Now looking for more land to introduce to our highly qualified cash buyers. Put my team to work for you to get maximum exposure and the highest possible price for your land. Call Harry Sheppard, Sutton GroupResults Realty, Regina, SK. 306-530-8035. PURSUANT TO COURT ORDER, the following land will be offered for sale by tender, under the direction of Layh & Associates, Box 250, Langenburg, SK, S0A 2A0. Phone: 306-743-5520, Email: RM of Good Lake No. 274. NE-31-29-06-W2 Ext. 0 (including all fixtures), SE-08-30-06-W2 Ext. 9, LSD 3-08-30-06-W2 Ext. 7, LSD 6-08-30-06-W2 Ext. 8. Buyers are responsible for inspection of the land and fixtures. Arrangements may be made to inspect buildings upon NE-31-29-06-W2 Ext. 0 through Barry at Cornerstone Credit Union, Yorkton, SK., 306-786-2205. Municipal taxes adjusted as of December 31, 2011. The sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court of Queen’s Bench. A minimum deposit of 10% must accompany each tender, as a certified cheque payable to Layh & Associates. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid to Layh & Associates within 21 days after confirmation of the sale by Court Order. All tenders must show the land subject to the tender and the tender price. Bids Shall Be Submitted to Layh & Associates, by registered mail or personal delivery at the address below by 4:00 PM, October 28, 2011, Layh & Associates, Box 250, Langenburg, SK S0A 2A0.

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 IRRIGATED LAND: 800 acres highly assessed land. Located in RM of 106. Land being sold by tender. Call John Cave, Edge Realty Ltd. 306-773-7379, Swift Current, SK. WANTED: FARMLAND in SK. Phone Mike Janostin, Realty Executives Battlefords, 306-481-5574, North Battleford, SK. Email APPROX. 21,000 ACRES, S and SE of Regina (RM’s 128/ 129). For details call owner 403-820-3134 or visit Serious inquiries only. RM BATTLE RIVER, 5 miles west on hwy. 16. 113 acres, mainly all natural land w/bush and rolling hills. Trailer home w/add-on- many upgrades, 12x24’ deck, detached garage, 3 door shop, coverall building. What a location for a few horses or a small animal kennel business. MLS® 410014. RM ROUND HILL, 318 acres w/ approx 265 acres of good producing grainland, 13,300 bu. hopper bin grain storage, 3 bdrm home w/basement, detached garage and other buildings. Seller will consider selling yard separate. Call Lloyd Ledinski Re/Max of the Battlefords 306-446-8800 or 306-441-0512, North Battleford, SK. FARMLAND FOR RENT: 3120 acres in RM’s #253 and #254, cash or crop share considered. Mail serious offers to Box 113, Strongfield, SK, S0H 3Z0 by Oct. 27. For more info call 306-857-4706.

YOUNG SWISS FARMER, looking to rent one quarter and help out on the farm in SK. or MB. Should be in good grain potential area. Contact Jurg at 204-922-0189,

REDUCED!!! RM #494, CANWOOD, SK. 159 acres fenced, 130 acres cropped, 2 year organic farming, house, outbuildings, well kept yard with wells. 306-468-2038. LAKE DIEFENBAKER 640 acres of pasture. House, barn, shop, corrals. John Cave, Edge Realty Ltd., Swift Current, SK. 306-773-7379. RM OF CANWOOD #494, 160 acres pasture, 57 acres tame grass, rest native grass. NE-3-53-6-W3rd. Large dugout, electric fence. 306-724-4903, Debden, SK. 640 ACRES for sale or lease in RM of RM SASMAN, LIVESTOCK OPERATION, Scott #98, best producing grainland. 313 acres, 2 wells, shop, barn (new metal 778-885-6513, 778-885-6513, Lang, SK, roof on all outbuildings), plus intensive reno bungalow. 306-324-2055, Kuroki, SK.

NOTICE OF SALE BY VIRTUE of a certain Order Nisi for Sale issued out of this Court on the 07th day of June, 2011, we hereby offer for sale, by public auction, the property: DESCRIPTION OF LAND: (said lands located in R.M. of Douglas and Round Hill, Saskatchewan) 1. Surface Parcel #150264941 - (“Parcel A”) $40,000. Reference Land Description: NE Sec 33 Twp 45 Rge 13 W3 Extension 2 as described on Certificate of Title 71B07023, description 2 2. Surface Parcel #128880209 - (“Parcel B”) $22,000. Reference Land Description: NE Sec 34 Twp 45 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02607(1)A 3. Surface Parcel #128867473 - (“Parcel C”) $29,000. Reference Land Description: SW Sec 36 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02607(1)B 4. Surface Parcel #128879364 - (“ Parcel D”) $26,000. Reference Land Description: SE Sec 34 Twp 45 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02606 5. Surface Parcel #128879386 - (“Parcel E”) $18,000. Reference Land Description: SW Sec 34 Twp 45 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02606 6. Surface Parcel #128879476 - (“Parcel F”) $39,000. Reference Land Description: NW Sec 35 Twp 45 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02607(1)A 7. Surface Parcel #128878880 - (“Parcel G”) $57,000. Reference Land Description: SE Sec 27 Twp 45 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02606A 8. Surface Parcel #128871681 - (“Parcel H”) $36,000. Reference Land Description: NE Sec 02 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02607 9. Surface Parcel #128871658 - (“Parcel I”) $24,000. Reference Land Description: NW Sec 02 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02605 10. Surface Parcel #128871614 - (“Parcel J”) $33,000. Reference Land Description: SE Sec 02 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 74B04523A 11. Surface Parcel #128871636 - (“Parcel K”) $22,000. Reference Land Description: SW Sec 02 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 74B04523A 12. Surface Parcel #128871726 - (“Parcel L”) $26,000. Reference Land Description: SW Sec 03 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 74B04523A 13. Surface Parcel # 128871704 - (“Parcel M”) $26,000. Reference Land Description: SE Sec 03 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 0 as described on Certificate of Title 74B04523A 14. Surface Parcel:#129115818 - (“Parcel N”) $18,000. Reference Land Description: SE Sec 04 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 2 as described on Certificate of Title 71B07023A which describes this parcel and other parcel(s) with the same land description tied to this one 15. Surface Parcel: #128871793 - (“Parcel O”) $18,000. Reference Land Description: SE Sec 04 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 1 as described on Certificate of Title 71B07023A which describes this parcel and other

parcel(s) with the same land description tied to this one 16. Surface Parcel: #145325112 - (“Parcel P”) $21,000. Reference Land Description: SE Sec 11 Twp 46 Rge 13 W3 Extension 9 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02605, description 9 17. Surface Parcel: #145325099 - (“Parcel Q”) $21,000. Reference Land Description: Blk/Par HPlan No 101600840 Extension 8 as described on Certificate of Title 95B02605, description 8 TIME AND PLACE OF SALE: (a) Time: Tuesday, the 08th day of November, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. local time. (b) Place: Court House, 291 - 23rd Street West, Battleford, Saskatchewan. TERMS OF SALE 1. Written tenders will be received at any time up to and including 4:00 p.m. (local time) Monday, November 7, 2011, in sealed envelopes marked EX J.D. 150/11 addressed to Sheriff, Box 340, Battleford, Saskatchewan, S0M 0E0 2. Each bid shall be accompanied by cash or certified cheque, bank draft or solicitor’s trust cheque made payable to the Court of Queen’s Bench in the amount of 10% of the bid (the Deposit), and should the bid be unsuccessful, the said Deposit will be returned to the bidder. 3. The party making the successful bid will be required to pay the balance to the Sheriff, Battleford within three weeks of the date of sale. The sale is to be confirmed within one month of the sale. 4. If the purchaser(s) does not complete the purchase on the terms and within the time specified herein, due to his own neglect or default, the deposit shall be forfeited. Any forfeited deposit shall be applied in full payment of the Sheriff and Agricultural Credit Saskatchewan costs of the sale with any surplus to be paid to the Plaintiff, Farm Credit Canada. 5. The property will be sold free from all right, title and equity of redemption and possession. Shall be given to the purchaser within 20 days of the service upon the Defendant of the Order confirming sale. 6. The Plaintiff and Defendants have leave to bid at the sale. 7. Purchasers must rely on their own research and inspection of the property when preparing an offer. 8. The highest or any bid may not necessarily be accepted and any sale is subject to confirmation by the Court. 9. In the event of a dispute or uncertainty concerning the conduct of the sale, the decision of the Sheriff, or her Officer, shall be binding on all parties. 10. The Mortgaged Lands shall not individually or collectively be sold for less than 90% of the values as identified above in the description of the surface parcels. 11. Bids may be received on any one parcel, up to any seventeen parcels. If bids are submitted on more than one parcel, the bid must identify the bid being placed on each individual parcel. 12. All bids must be submitted in writing and delivered either personally (291, 23rd Street West, Battleford, Saskatchewan), or by registered mail ( P.O. Box 340, Battleford, Saskatchewan, S0M 0E0) to the Sheriff’s Office at the Judicial Centre of Battleford. 13. The Sheriff is not responsible for any errors or omissions in this advertisement.

DATED at the Town of Battleford, in the Province of Saskatchewan, this day of October 5th, 2011. Linda J. Popp, Sheriff Judicial Centre of Battleford




COL ONSAY: 795 ac.-766 cult.,certified Organic since 1988,som e fencing,dugout,9,500 bu.steel grain storage,shop,quonset,1,456 sq ftbungalow. K YL E :632 ac.-572 cult., scale assess.45,800 per 1/4. L U CK Y L A K E : 1269.94 ac.-1080 cult. + 65 tam e grass,well (spring fed),7,600 bu. steel grain storage,quonset,shop,double garage,1,100 sq ftbungalow. OU TLOOK : 435 ac.-381 irrigated + 54 other cult.,31,000 bu.steel grain storage,72 ton fertilizer bin,power,irrigation (2-7 tower zim m atic,6 tower valley).12 m iles to Ga rdin er D a m Term in a l! PIK E LAK E :149.38 ac.-one hill ridge,som e bush/slough,old scale assess.1,760.Close to Provin cia l Pa rk ! YOU NG: 1601.55 ac.-1033 cult.,72 hay,bal. pasture,six 1/4s fenced,well,creek,16,800 bu.steel grain storage,shop,barn,1,486 sq ftbungalow.Pa rcels a va il. sepa ra tely!


AYL E SBU R Y: 157.3 ac.-all grass,fence on 3 sides,A rm River crosses property,power adjacentto property,property cornersH wy #11. H ANL E Y: 316.67 ac.-310 tam e grass,bal. yard,40 ac. paddocks (electric fence,piped water to ea.),well,creek,watering stations,riding arena,loading chute with holdings pens,1,216 sq fthom e.Just offH w y #11 on ly 30 m in . to S a sk a toon ! K E NASTON: 1241.83 ac.-865 cult.,8 1/4’s fenced,well,hydrants,watering bowls,28,620 bu. steel grain storage,m isc. feed bins,shed,shops,barn,cattle shelter,2,000 sq ft 1 1/2 storey hom e.Option a l - 320 a c. lea se, 60 cow s & fa rm equipm en t! M ANTAR IO:6657 ac.-2530 deeded + 4127 leased,all grass/pasture (800 tam e),perim eter fenced with som e cross fencing,springs (run all year),dugouts,watering bowls,shop, barn,corrals,950 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e. P E R D U E : 1117 ac.-605 cult.,bal. hay & pasture,four 1/4s fenced,well,creek,dugout, 6,750 bu. steel grain storage,barn,garage,other m isc. outbuildings,2 storey hom e. On H w y #14 & ~35 m in . to S a sk a toon ! PIK E LAK E : 1281 ac.-1181 tam e grass,bal.native,electric fence,1 section cross fenced into 15 paddocks,wells,central watering,corrals/handling facilities,old yard site.35 m in . to S a sk a toon ! YOU NG: 137.24 ac.-56 cult.,40 native grass (fenced with dugouts),nat. gas line passes through corner ofproperty.




CH U R CH BR ID GE : 4683.05 ac.-3957 cult.+ 151 alfalfa + 55 tam e grass,wells,222,300 bu. steel grain storage,barn,shed,shop,storage shed,office,quonset,chem ical warehouse, tree plantation, 2,112 sq ft 2 storey hom e. S eed clea n in g pla n t/b usin ess/im provem en ts/ m a ch in ery option a l! D YSAR T: 236.98 ac.-193 cult., scale assess.53,270/5,280 per 160 ac. D YSAR T:314.71 ac.-270 cult., scale assess.50,380/160 ac.Less th a n 4 m iles to Pa squa La k e! D YSAR T: 319 ac.-238 cult., scale assess.46,850 per 1/4,3,400 bu.steel grain storage.On ly 2 m iles from Pa squa La k e! D YSA R T: 1111.12 ac.- 994 cult.,wells,24,200 bu. steel grain storage,quonsets,garage, barn,2,300 sq ft2 storey hom e.M a ch in ery Option a l! FOAM LAK E :159.56 ac.-115 cult.,creek,new scale assess.37,100. H OL D FAST: 475.88 ac.-425 cult., scale assess.34,730 per 1/4. R AYM OR E :316.16 ac.-274 cult., scale assess.48,850 per 1/4,dugout. YOR K TON:160 ac.-117 cult.,bal.native grass,new scale assess.32,000.On ly 2 m in utes offH w y #52!


CU PAR : 2539 ac.-750 cult. + 1521 tam e hay,som e fencing,3,500 bu. steel grain storage, scale assess.10,870/160 ac. D YSAR T: 726.15 ac.-210 cult.,fenced,well,dugouts,dam ,hydrant,cistern,9,600 bu.steel grain storage,barn,quonset,garage,1,040 sq ftbungalow.58 b red cow s option a l! FOR T QU ’APPE LLE :159 ac.-138 tam e grass,new scale assess.34,400. GOVAN: 644.48 ac.-229 tam e grass,150 alfalfa/grass,all fenced with som e cross fencing,wells, dugout,watering bowls,hydrant,quonset,barns,corrals,power on two 14s,1 1/2 storey hom e. 2 1/2 m iles to La st M oun ta in La k e a n d Region a l Pa rk !Ya rd site a va ila b le sepa ra tely! INSINGE R :159.77 ac.-20 cult.+ 90 alfalfa/hay,dugout,old yard site with power. M E LVIL L E : 160 ac.-44 cult. + 85 tam e hay,creek runs through property,new/old scale assess. 48,700/4,660,vacantyard site (no buildings).10 m iles to M elville! PAR K E R VIE W : 639.42 ac.-485 no bloat alfalfa & brom e,fenced & cross fenced,avg. new scale assess.39,725 per 1/4,variouswater holes& natural water throughoutproperty. SH E H O: 1939 ac. (all connected)-all grass/hay,all fenced & cross fenced,wells,6,400 bu. steel grain storage,shop,corral system ,horse barn,cattle shelter,fuel tanks,well treed & landscaped yard 916 sq ftbungalow. ACR E AGE S AYL E SBU R Y: 33.48 ac.-all grass,fence on 2 sides,power along South boundary ofprop - SOU TH E Y: 636.91 ac.-135 cult. + 308 alfalfa/grass + 153 grass/alfalfa,three 1/4s fenced,som e crossfencing,spruce trees,wells,dugouts,watering bowls,hog barn,chicken house,sheds,quon erty,bordersH wy #11. H AR R IS: 8.54 ac.-fenced & cross fenced with pens,well,barns,chop bin,pum p house, set/shop,cattle shelters,corrals,1,648 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e.32 m iles to Regin a ! W YNYAR D : 1144 ac.-230 cropped,bal. grass & hay (tam e & native),all but one 1/4 fenced, brooder house,hen house,octagon studio/work shop,1,038 sq ftbungalow. K INLE Y: 8.01+ ac.-8.01 ac. beside Kinley + 12 lots in Kinley,older bungalow,power,phone. m ostly cross fenced,well,lakes,watering bowl,4,050 bu.steel grain storage,barn,garage/shop, storage shed,corrals,1,174 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e,2nd yard site (all services,vacanthouse). Pa rcels a va ila b le sepa ra tely! On H w y #14. 30 m in . to S a sk a toon city lim its & 25 m in . to Bigga r! ACR E AGE S K YL E : 160 ac.-130 cult.,bal.yard & grass,fenced,well,dugout,hydrant,watering bowls, BALGONIE :108.92 ac.-85 cult.,well,hydrant ,shop,corrals,1,560 sq fthom e. Just offH w y #1! cistern,6,800 bu.steel grain storage,barn,shop,quonset,corrals,1,420 sq ftbungalow. BE TH U NE :90.05 ac.-74 alfalfa/brom e,perim eter fencing (cross fenced),corrals,power/nat.gas/ LU CK Y LAK E : 159.49 ac.-120 cult.,rural water supply,wells,70,321 bu.steel grain stor- water line run along road near property.On H w y #11! age,shop,barn,well house,garden/tool sheds,landscaped yard in sheltered coulee,1,200 BU LYE A: 147.73 ac.-130 tam e grass,109 fenced,well,power & nat. gas adjacent to property, sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e with walkout.15 m in . to La k e D iefen b a k er! telephone crossesproperty.D issected b y H w y #220 & b orders Row a n ’s Ra vin e Provin cia l Pa rk ! LU SE LAND : ~10 ac.-well,9,900 bu.steel grain storage,shop,quonset,garden shed,dou - BU LYE A: 13.26 ac.-som e trees planted,well,shed,power on property. Loca ted on H w y #220. 1 ble garage,1,144 sq ftbungalow. m ile to Row a n ’s Ra vin e Provin cia l Pa rk & La st M oun ta in La k e! P IK E L A K E : 145.12 ac.-well,barn,shop,oversized triple garage,shelter,chicken coops, BU LYE A: 46.77 ac.-43 ac.seeded to alfalfa/brom e,electric fence, scale assess.59,180/ corrals,1,520 sq ftm odular hom e.Close to Provin cia l Pa rk ! 160 ac.Loca ted on H w y #20! R OSE TOW N:3.08 ac.-cisterns,shop,garage,pool house,1,650 sq ftbungalow. D YSAR T: 10 ac.-power in yard,older house & shop. R OSE TOW N: 5.66 ac.-1,500 sq ftbungalow (3 bedroom s + 2 down,3 1/2 bathroom s,fire- FIND LATE R :19.82 ac.-natural gasadjacentto property,power E astofproperty. place,central air,central vac,developed basem ent,double attached garage). In cludes FIND LATE R :20.12 ac.-5 ac.tam e grass,natural gascrossesproperty. a pplia n ces & tra ctor! FOR T QU ’APPE LLE :76.51 ac.-all hay,well,garage,952 sq ftbungalow.View of K a tepw a La k e & SASK ATOON:78.1 ac.-70 cult.,fenced on 1 side,avg.old scale assess.2,920/160 ac. Ta ylor Bea ch Cotta ges! 8 ac.SOLD SASK ATOON:79.63 ac.-70 cult.,yard site (power,phone,barn,well,grain bins).Less th a n IND IAN H E AD :~5.67 ac.-well treed yard site,shop.Close to Qu’Appelle Va lley! 25 m in . to City ofS a sk a toon ! LU M SD E N: 19.56 ac.-natural water spring,gas/power/telephone services cross property.View of Qu’Appelle Va lley! LU M SD E N:20 ac.-18 cult.,fencing,power/nat.gas/RM water pipeline adjacentto property,teleS W S AS K phone runsthrough property.On H w y #11 on ly 25 m in . from Regin a ! LU M SD E N: 20 ac.-20 cult.,som e fencing,power/nat.gas/telephone/RM water pipeline adjacent GR AIN CAD IL L AC: 216.78 ac.-218 cult.(132.7 pivotirrigation,10 flood irrigation), scale to property.Just offH w y #11 on ly 25 m in . from Regin a ! LU M SD E N: 33 ac. -valley side topography,spring (trenched to yard site),yard site (power & assess.42,070/160 ac.,7-tower zim m atic pivot.Borders G oven eur Reservoir! CAD IL L AC: 2388 ac.-1920 cult. + 135 tam e grass,bal. native grass,m ostly fenced,wells, transform er).View ofQu’Appelle Va lley. dugouts,spring,quonset,barns,2nd yard site (power,older well,older hom e,corrals), M OOSE JAW :9.76 ac.-fenced,well sheltered yard site,City ofM oose Jaw water,dugout,cistern, watering bowl,shop,barn,corrals,other m isc.outbuildings,1,420 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e.Close to 1,380 sq ft2 storey hom e. CE NTR AL BU TTE :1299 ac.-1184 cult.,artesian well, scale assess.45,400 per 1/4. Buffa lo Poun d Provin cia l Pa rk ! R AYM OR E : 155.69 ac.-141 cult.,well,dugout,3,300 bu. steel grain storage,shop,tree house, 50,000 bu.elevator. G U L L L A K E : 791 ac.-557 cult.,all fenced & cross fenced,well,dam ,springs,2,800 bu. 1,000 sq ftbungalow.Just offH w y #6! R OCANVILLE :161.66 ac.-80 cult.+ 40 tam e grass,bal.fenced pasture,well sheltered yard,well,dugsteel grain storage,garage,concrete pad (for barn),1,800 sq ft2 storey hom e. H OD GE VIL L E :637 ac.-509 cult., scale assess.35,000 per 1/4,8,100 bu.steel grain outs,hydrants,1,350 bu.steel grain bin,shop,1500 sq ftbungalow.6 m iles to n ew Roca n ville m in e! SOU TH E Y: ~20 ac.-alfalfa/grass,power & nat.gaswithin 1/2 m ile ofproperty.30 m in utes from Regin a ! storage. L A N CE R : 3521 ac.-3043.5 deeded + 477.5 lease,1345 cult. + 835 tam e grass,bal. native W OLSE LE Y: 41.72 ac.-located within the town ofW olseley.1/2 m ile to H w y #1! W OLSE LE Y: 104.47 ac.-located within the town ofW olseley.Borders H w y #1! grass,m ostly fenced & cross fenced,wells,water line,dugouts,17,700 bu.steel grain stor- W YNYAR D : 159 ac.-60 cult.,older fencing around barnyard,wells,barn,shops,chicken coop, age,shops,quonset,garage,1,480 sq ftbungalow. 2nd yard site,well sheltered yard site,1,154 sq ftbungalow. M OR SE :159.84 ac.-all cult.,fenced,new scale assess.31,300. OTH E R L IVE STOCK FOR T QU ’APPE LLE : 723.98 ac.-620 cult.,com m unications tower surface lease,6,900 bu. steel A D M IR AL : 462 ac.-341 tam e grass,bal. native grass,all fenced,avg. new scale assess. grain storage,quonset,power through yard,m isc. other outbuildings. La n e overlook s Qu’Appelle 39,700/160 ac.,dugout,creek,2,750 bu.steel grain bin. Va lley w ith view s ofEch o La k e! CAD IL L AC:1529 ac.-795 deeded + 1034 leased,212 cult.+ 292 tam e grass,bal.pasture,all STR ASBOU R G: 0.23 ac. (3 lots)-form er retail m eat business with attached hom e,com m ercial fenced,dugouts,spring. building (3 built in coolers,freezer,large front counter space,prep room ),1,714 sq ft 2 storey CE NTR AL BU TTE : 1785 ac.-1586.18 deeded + 199.34 leased,407 cult.+ 876 tam e grass + hom e.Loca ted in th e Tow n ofS tra sb ourg! 40 irrigated hay,bal. native grass,m ostly fenced & cross fenced,well,dugouts,seasonal YOU NG:2.28 ac.-Seed Cleaning Business,seed cleaning building,quonset,screening bins,clean creek,watering bowls,10,300 bu. steel grain storage,coveralls,calving barn,cattle shed, bins,raw bin,dustbin.On H w y #2, som e equip. in cluded! shed,cattle handling facilities,1.500 sq ftbungalow.Livestock & H a y Option a l! CE NTR AL BU TTE : 2053 ac.-1892 deeded + 160 leased,1629 tam e grass,bal.native grass, NW S AS K all fenced, scale assess.32,660 per 1/4,well,dugout,4,500 bu.steel grain storage. GR AIN CE NTR AL BU TTE :3676 ac.-1926 cult.(279 irrigated) + 480 tam e grass,bal.native grass,m ostly GLE NBU SH :156.90 ac.-149 cult.,old scale assess.3,990. fenced,well,Paysen Lake,watering bowls,water heater,55,400 bu.steel grain storage,quonset, L I VE STOCK shop,corrals,sheds,Valley Center Pivot(3 pivotscan be added),1544 sq ftbungalow. H AZL E T: 479 ac.-159 deeded + 320 leased,150 tam e grass,bal.native grass,fencing,dug- D E BD E N: 159.33 ac.- 40 tam e grass,bal. bush/pasture/slough,perim eter fencing,dugout,new/old scale assess.9,800/680.1 1/2 m il. from S turgeon River & Prin ce Alb ert N a tion a l Pa rk ! outs, scale assess.35,000 per 1/4,portable corrals (all steel).On H w y #739! Option D E BD E N: 319 ac.-NE -12 (new scale assess. 25,700,120 ac. tam e grass,yard site with m isc. older 40 red a n gus cross cow s! buildings & older 2 story house,well,2nd very old house),SW -7 (new scale assess.20,500,60 ac.tam e H E R BE R T: 32.6 ac.-all tam e hay,flood irrigation. grass,overlooksKeg Lake). H E R BE R T: 454 ac.-302 tam e hay,m ostly fenced,well,watering bowl,1,800 bu.steel grain H E PBU R N: 77 ac.-Poultry -21,004 unitquota,layer barns,spiker barns,pulletbarns,roxell feeders, bin,shop,m eatshop,corrals,1,400 sq fthom e. lubing waterers,exacon fans,com puterized tem p,3,000 sq ftraised ranch hom e. R IVE R H U R ST: 1311 ac.-approx.310 deeded + 1001 leased,307 tam e hay,bal.native grass, LOON LAK E : 304.18 ac.-m ostly seeded to alfalfa,seasonal creek,avg. new/old scale assess. 35,600/ all but 80 ac. fenced & cross fenced,wells,dugouts,dam ,watering bowls,2,400 bu. steel 2,470 per 160 ac.On H w y #26! grain storage,quonset,shop,barns,corrals,1,230 sq ftbungalow.Close to La k e D iefen b a k er! M AYFAIR : 795 ac.-35 cult.+ 280 tam e grass + 180 alfalfa/brom e,bal.native grass & bush,three 1/4s R OBSA R T: 1904 ac.- 1430 deeded + 474 leased, 781 tam e grass, bal. native grass, all fenced & crossfenced,no chem ical/fertilizer used on land for m any years,wells,dugouts,beaver dam , fenced,deeded acres average new scale assess. 22,410 per 1/4,spring fed dugouts,dam s, hydrants,watering bowl,2,700 bu.steel grain storage,storage shed,shop,barn,cattle sheds,chicken 3,600 bu.steel grain storage,quonset,barns,power.On H w y #18. house,garden shed,750 sq ftbungalow. SH AM R OCK : 1171 ac.- 969 cult.,well,dugouts,spring,watering bowls,quonset,cattle PAR K SID E : 225 ac.- 152 seeded to alfalfa,borders Kinnaird Lake (1 m ile of frontage),old scale shed,corrals,800 sq ftbungalow. assess.1,0925/160 ac. VAL M AR IE : 3339 ac.-Seed grass business;2226 deeded + 1113 leased,198 cult. + 2000 SH E LLBR OOK : 281 ac.-161 pasture,bal.bush,fenced,dugouts,sm all gravel pit,old yard site,power tam e grass,bal.native grass,all fenced & crossfenced,well,dugouts,shop,horse barn,cow runsthrough property, scale assess.17,081/1,490 per 160 ac. barn,barn,quonset,2,880 sq ftbungalow.15,000 b u. steel gra in stora ge, b red h eifers, m a ch in - SPIR ITW OOD : 7960 ac.-5971 deeded + 1989 leased,2288 tam e grass,bal.pasture,all fenced & cross ery & corra l pa n els option a l! fenced,large alleys linking several pastures,well,dugouts,m any sm aller lakes,hydrants,watering W A L D E CK: 398 ac.-280 tam e grass,bal. native grass,all fenced,avg. new scale assess. bowls,7,500 bu.steel grain storage,shop,barn,corrals,1,008 sq fthom e. 32,120/160 ac.,water well (with power).On H w y #1 close to City ofS w ift Curren t! STU M P LAK E :160 ac.-80 tam e grass,bal.creek/trees/bush/native grass,perim eter fenced,new scale W OOD M OU NTAIN:1168 ac.-960 deeded + 208 leased,fenced & cross fenced,well,spring,dug- assess.39,800 per 1/4,power & phone only 1/2 m ile away.Close to Prin ce Alb ert N a tion a l Pa rk & 1 m ile outs,m any watering bowls,salesarena,salesbarn,loadoutpens,display pens,handling system . from S turgeon River! ACR E AGE S STU M P LAK E : 390 ac.-wells,dugouts,watering bowls,watering tires,16,600 bu.steel grain storage, BATE M AN: 157.86 ac.-30 cult.,bal. tam e grass,elk fence (five paddocks),well,dugout, shop,barn,cattle shed,H y Q ual cattle processing facility,1,200 sq ftbungalow. 1,600 bu.steel grain storage,shop,barn,chicken house,m isc.other outbuildings,tractors, STU M P LAK E : 787 ac.- 159.87 deeded + 627.59 leased,150 tam e grass,bal. pasture & bush,all fenced,approx.2 m ilesofSturgeon River frontage,dugouts,seasonal creek,avg.old/new scale assess. m isc.sheep equipm ent,1,500 sq ftbungalow. E YE BR OW : ~10 ac.-3 rows of tree seedlings under drip irrigation,well,watering bowl, 1,155/22,220 per 160 ac. STU M P LAK E :1786 ac.-1695 deeded + 91 leased,835 tam e grasswith additional 110, shop,cattle shed,well treed yard site. H OD GE VIL L E : 19.9 ac.-seeded to grass,treed yard site,new horse fence,well,water line bal.native grass/bush,seven 1/4s buffalo fence,bal.4 wire barb,well,dugouts,creek,Sturgeon R iver, spring,10,000 bu.steel grain storage,yard site-shop,m achine shed,sea can.Gra vel D eposit! to pasture (with power),barn,round pen,1,500 sq ftbungalow. ACR E AGE K INCAID :158.07 ac.-150 cult.,well,dugouts,irrigation pipes,4,600 bu.steel grain storage, shops,shed,airplane hanger,garden shed,2,240 sq ftbungalow. ALVE NA:200.18 ac.-168 cult.,well,dugout,cistern,3,300 bu.steel grain storage,816 sq ftbungalow. M OR TL ACH :8.53 ac.-som e bush,well,shed.Just offH w y #1! D E BD E N:144.83 ac.-30 cult.+ 80 tam e grass,bal.yard/slough/native grass/bush,som e fencing,wells, watering trough,watering bowl,quonset,barn,shed,well graveled yard,3,640 sq ft 2 storey hom e. ALBER TA Loca ted n ext to h igh w a y! SH E LLBR OOK :157 ac.-115 grass,42 bush/coulee/yard,fenced,wells,watering bowls,22,600 bu.steel GR AIN E M P R E SS: 5300 ac.- 3089 cult,1277 grass,3 strand barb fence,avg. new scale assess. grain storage,quonset,calving barn,shed,corrals,other m aller outbuildings,bungalow hom e. 40,695/160 ac.(cropped 1/4s only),spring fed dugout,water pipeline,52,000 bu.steel grain STU M P LAK E :185 ac.-162 deeded + 23.5 leased,145 cult,23.5 bush,bal.yard site (power/telephone/ several older buildings),dugout,well,bungalow.1/2 m ile ofF ilion La k e fron ta ge! storage,shop,shed,corrals.La n d loca ted in b oth S K & AB! 481 ac.SOL D


L IN TL AW : 1291 ac.-1010 cult. + 90 tam e grass,two 1/4s fenced (som e cross fencing), well,36,950 bu.steel grain storage,quonset,shop,barn,cattle shelter,corrals,garage, m ature shelter belt,garden area,864 sq ftbungalow. M E ATH PA R K : 1058.59 ac.- 715 cult.,creeks. Borders Provin cia l F orest! 30 m in . to Prin ce Alb ert, 20 m in . to Ca n dle La k e! M U E NSTE R :238.65 ac.-40 cult.,+ 170 alfalfa, scale assess.49,610/160 ac. NIPAW IN:308.51 ac.-275 cult.,well,7,550 bu.steel grain storage,quonset,garage,garden shed,1,584 sq ftbungalow.20 a c. ya rd site a va il. sepa ra tely! P R E E CE VIL L E : 765.05 ac.- 247 cult. (certified organic),bal. spruce & poplar trees with spring fed water basin,gravel on three 1/4s,well,4,600 bu. steel grain storage, yard site (power,well,nat.gas),hunting shack,storage shed,shed.On H w y #49! P R E E CE VIL L E :777.99 ac.-710 cult.,avg.old scale assess.4,880/160 ac. W AD E NA:159.84 ac.-130 cult.,new scale assess.47,000. W AK AW :158 ac.-155 cult.,new/old scale assess.73,400/6,250.


CH R ISTOP H E R L A K E : 320 ac.-som e bush,3 1/2 m iles of 8’gam e fence,perim eter + cross fence,creek flows through property,5 hunting stands. In cludes ~29 Elk Bulls ( 5-13 yea rs ofa ge)! H U D SON BAY: 1470.7 ac.-425 alfalfa/grass + 524 tam e grass,170 native grass,bal.bush., all but130 ac.fenced,well,river,hydrants,watering bowls,dugouts,solar pum p water system ,6,600 bu.steel grain storage,shop,quonset,corrals,garden shed,landscaped & well treed yard,2,000 sq ft1 1/2 storey hom e. K AM SACK :593 ac.-flat/gently rolling topography,som e bush,river, scale assess. 22,775/160 ac. P R E E CE VIL L E : 412.35 ac.-Certified Organic,138 cult. + 70 alfalfa,bal. native hay & bush,som e fencing,A ssiniboia River,well,shop,honey house,hen house,barn,other outbuildings,911 sq ftbungalow. P R E E CE VIL L E : 473.68 ac.-all tam e hay.,avg. old scale assess. 5,925,25,000 bu. steel grain storage,yard site -power,yard light,dugout.Certified Orga n ic! SM E ATON: 467 ac.-70 cropped + 260 alfalfa/tam e grass,two 1/4s fenced,well,watering bowls,shop,1,040 sq ftraised bungalow.


H U M BOL D T: 32.18 ac.-8 cult.,well,12,800 bu. steel grain storage,shop,pum p house, treesaround yard,1,288 sq ftbungalow. K E LV IN G TON : 14.37 ac.- 12 cult., perim eter fenced, well, barn, m achine shed, shop, chicken house,apple trees & large garden in yard,800 sq ftbungalow. Option a l b in m ovin g & truck in g b usin ess! K U R OK I: 156.93 ac.- recreational property overlooks M cCorm ick B ay of Fishing L ake, sloping topography (offersprotection from changing water levels),borders640 ac.ofwild life preserve.Busin ess pla n for property developm en t a va ila b le! NAICAM : 319 ac.-247 cult.,40 ac. fenced,well,7,200 bu. steel grain storage,shop,barn, cattle shelter,1,406 sq ftbungalow.~20 a c. ya rd site a va il. sepa ra tely! N IPAW IN : 39.82 ac. -35 seeded to grass,bal. pine trees & bush,quad trail access to Saskatchewan River bank,underground power on 2 sides of property. Borders “ M a urice streetW ildlife S a n ctua ry” ! TOBIN L A K E : 160.69 ac.-view ofTobin L ake,30 ac. cult.,bal. bush,fresh water spring, suitable for recreation ofbuilding site for cabin. W AK AW : 79.41 ac.-70 cult.,old/new scale assess. 5,620/63,870 per 160 ac.,power crosses property.Less th a n 1 m ile to W a k a w La k e a n d D om rem y Bea ch !


K E LVINGTON: B in m oving business,current m ain bin hauler for m ajor bin supplier, 1995 Kenworth,1991 D odge 1 ton,2009 bin trailer,2 -2010 bin trailers,all boom ers/ chains/strappings/lights/liquids,office supplies. NIPAW IN:Tree Nursery;192.95 ac.-32 ac.nursery,105 ult.,nursery fenced,5 pad dock,well,dugout,garden shed,greenhouse,root cellar,work room ,shed,1,400 sq ft bun galow.Loca ted 10 m in utes from N ipa w in ! In cludes a ll tree in ven tory & n ursery equipm en t!


ALAM E D A:1561.9 ac.-m ostly cult.,35 ac.fenced pasture with ravine,well,dugout,65,900 bu. steel grain storage,quonset,sheds,cattle shed,pum p house,garden shed,fuel tanks,1,396 sq ftbungalow.In cludes 4 surfa ce lea ses! H om e 1/4 (or sm a ller a crea ge) a va ila b le sepa ra tely! BE NSON: 949.5 ac.-m ostly cult.,dugouts,well treed yard site,power,m isc.other outbuild ings,older vacanthom e. CAR LYL E : 1736.95 ac.-1687 cult.,drainage im provem ents,well,dugouts,34,400 bu. steel grain storage,yard site(quonset,barn,gas & phone). Option a l H om e Qua rter a n d S urfa ce Lea se! 1107.21 ac.SOL D IND IAN H E AD : 476.41 ac.-378 cult.,avg. new/old scale assess. 50,600/4,310 per 1/4,2,700 bu.steel grain storage.3 m iles S outh ofH w y #1! M OOSOM IN: 1250 ac.-930 deeded + 320 lease,270 cult. + 280 tam e hay + 250 tam e grass, bal. native pasture,well fenced land with cross fencing,well,dugouts,hydrants,watering bowls,10,000 bu.steel grain storage,barn.corral,cattle shelter,calving barn,m achine shed, shop,well sheltered yard site,1,588 sq ftbungalow. PAR R Y: 478.76 ac.-461 cult., scale assess.32,365/2,925 per 1/4,5,500 bu.steel grain storage. PAR R Y: 1046 ac.-1026 cult., scale assess.35,945/3,310 per 160 ac.,dugout,21,900 bu.steel grain storage,shed,yard (nat.gas,power,phone),bungalow hom e.156 ac.SOLD PAR R Y: 1110 ac.-1043 cult.,dugouts,32,400 bu.steel grain storage,quonsets,1,872 sq ftbungalow. QU ’A P P E L L E : 136.08 ac.-seeded to Tim othy/B rom e grass,fenced,dugout,well,avg. new scale assess.5,590/160 ac.Close to H w y #1 & #35! W IND TH OR ST: 2228 ac.-m ostly cult.,avg. old scale assess. 49,200 per 1/4,wells,dugouts, 64,200 bu. steel grain storage,sheds,shop,cattle shed,barn,power to yard. In cludes fa rm equipm en t & en ergy lea ses!


CE YL ON: 1108 ac.-787.34 deeded + 320.76 leased,all fenced,wells,dugout,sm all lake, watering bowls,hydrant,6,400 bu.steel grain storage,barns,shed,shop,816 sq ftbungalow. FR ANCIS: 160 ac.- 155 tam e grass,fence on 2 sides,dugout (spring fed),old/new scale assess.1,630/26,700.40 m in . from th e City ofRegin a ! H AL BR ITE :318 ac.-partially fenced,dugouts, scale assess.48,500/4,030 per 1/ 4.160 ac.SOL D IND IAN H E AD : 2579 ac.-484 cult. + 1618 tam e grass,bal. native grass/bush/water,perim eter fencing,pasture alleys,cross fencing,grazing paddocks,dugout,water lines,cattle/equip shed, corrals.F eed, in ven tory, vet supplies, 390 b red cow s, 195 b red h eifers & 21 b ulls to go w ith property! K IP L IN G : 319.04 ac.-all cult. land has been seeded to grass/hay,all fenced,dugout,avg. new scale assess.47,500 per 1/4. M AR YFIE L D : 1613 ac.-1111.14 deeded + 502 leased,495 cult.,196 hayland,502 pasture, m ostly fenced,well,ravine/creek,watering bowls,hydrant,21,900 bu. steel grain storage, corral,cattle shed,barn,m achine sheds,garden shed,1,380 sq ftbungalow.950 ac.SOL D


BAL GONIE :90.66 ac.-all alfalfa with a 4 ac.pasture,well,dugout,creek,barn,garden shed, well treed yard site,3,300 sq ftbungalow. BE NGOU GH : 77.16 ac.-m ostly native pasture with som e tam e grass,all fenced,well,dugout,watering bowl,hydrants,shop,concrete pad (nat.gas/water/power to pad),corrals,very well treed property,1,056 sq ftbungalow. 20 k m from Coron a ch Coa l M in es! E STE VAN:90.64 ac.-fenced pasture,well,dugouts,shop,barn,well treed yard site,2,500 sq ftbungalow.On H w y #18 & 15 m in . to Esteva n ! G L E NAVON : 159.06 ac.-well,dugout,4,200 bu. steel grain storage,barn,quonset,snow m obile shed,1,288 sq ftbungalow. GR E NFE LL: 160 ac.-120 alfalfa/brom e,well,4,950 bu.steel grain storage,garage,car port, tool shed,chicken coop,1,150 sq ftbungalow. F resh ly pa in ted h om e w ith w ell treed ya rd a n d la rge ga rden a rea ! K IP L IN G : 156 ac.-118 cult.,well,2,200 bu. steel grain storage,garage,storage buildings, pum phouse,well treed yard,1,224 sq ftbungalow. M ANOR :236.26 ac.-dugouts,3,300 bu.steel grain storage,brick house.On H w y #13! M OOSOM IN:9.1 ac.-on W estside ofM oosom in L ake,approx.1200’ofL ake frontage. M OOSOM IN:34 ac.-som e bush with oak trees,fenced,view ofP ipestone Valley.On H w y #8! M OOSOM IN:158.6 ac.-fenced,catch pen for anim als,view ofM oosom in L ake. On H w y #8! PANGM AN:157.3 ac.-30 tam e hay,105 pasture,bal.yard,fenced & crossfenced,well,barn, corral system ,garden shed,older school,1,000 sq ftbungalow.On H w y #6! R AD VIL L E :162.48 ac.-seeded to alfalfa,dugouts,cistern,shop,barn,1,800 sq ftbungalow.


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ALONG YELLOWHEAD HWY. #16, 25 mins. West of Yorkton, SK. Approx. 40 acres w/power, water, nat. gas 600â&#x20AC;&#x2122; away. Half mile from town, public school, daycare, rec. complex. Ideal location to build along waterfront. 306-647-2123.

Te n de rs w ill b e a cce p te d for th e s a le of th e follow in g la n d: 1. Rm 156 o fIn d ia n He a d N 1â &#x201E;2 , S E 18-18-12 W 2n d ju s to u ts id e o fIn d ia n He a d As s es s ed va lu e fro m RM o ffci e NE 50,100 NW 35,800 S E 81,000 Ap p ro xi ma te s to ra ge o n p ro p erty: 15,500 b u 2. RM 280 W re fo rd , n e a r G o va n N 1â &#x201E;2 1-28-23 W 2n d As s es s ed va lu e â&#x20AC;&#x201C; NE 68,600 NW 72,200 Ap p ro xi ma te s to ra ge o n p ro p erty: 9,900 b u 3 . RM 186 Ab e rn e thy N 1â &#x201E;2 01-20-12 W 2n d , N 1â &#x201E;2 3 0-19-11 W 2n d Ne a r Ba lc a rre s As s es s ed va lu e- NW (01-20-12), 90,300, NE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 89,100 NW (30-19-11), 92,300Â NE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 72,000 Ap p ro xi ma te s to ra ge o n p ro p erty: 21,200 b u 4. RM 40 W illo w Bu n c h S W 1â &#x201E;4 28-4-29 Ne a r S c o u tLa ke As s es s ed va lu e â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 49,000 Ap p ro xi ma te s to ra ge o n p ro p erty: 3,800 b u T en d ers s ho u l d b e a cco m p a n ied w ti h a 10% d o w n p a ym en tb y certfi ei d cheq u e, retu rn ed to the b i dd er s ho u l d the ten d er b e u n s u cces s fu l . T he o w n er o fthe l an d res erves the right to a ccep to r refu s e a n y o ffers ; the highes to ffer n o tn eces s a rily the s u cces s fu l o n e. Clo s in g d a te fo r ten d ers is No vem b er 9, 2011. For a ddition a l in form a tion , p le a s e ca ll 3 06 -6 9 5-3 450 or e m a il:m a ilto:ob s @ s a s kte l.n e t Ple a s e forw a rd te n de rs to: Th e Ora n ge Be n e vole n t Socie ty of Sa s ka tch e w a n Box 16 0, In dia n He a d SK S0G 2K0 SASK. LAND FOR SALE: MAPLE CREEK: Rare Opportunity! 300+ cow ranch, 13 deeded quarters, 10 quarters lease in native grass, home, quonset, etc. (#1742, Gordon). SWIFT CURRENT: Rolling 100 cow ranch, year round springs, good winter shelter. (#1738, Gordon). SHAUNAVON: Ten quarters in a block, 2 dugouts, one oil drilling lease, completely fenced, water for rotational grazing. (#1736, Gordon). Signature Service Real Estate 1-866-345-3414,

Q UA RT E R E D S E C T I O N S U B D I V I D E D. Shop, barn, corrals w/automatic waterer, cattle shed, hay shed, 3 bdrm. house. Located 5 miles from Lintlaw, SK. $160,000. Tumbler Ridge, BC 250-242-5888. PALLISER FARMLAND MANAGEMENT is accepting tenders for the rental of the following land in R M # 4 5 7 : W1/2-14-48-15-W2; SE-01-48-15-W2; E1/2-33-47-14-W2; and NE-31-47-14-W2. RM #49: Lot 223, 224, 225, 226, 231, 238, 243, 244, 251 all in the Eastend Irrigation District. RM #166: Hay Lot 155 Rush Lake Irrigation District. RM#245: Section 8-27-09-W2. RM #184: NW-17-20-06-W2 S1/2 NE-20-20-06-W2; SW-20-20-06-W2. 3 to 5 year contracts preferred. Cash rent and/or crop/hay share will be considered. Be creative! Tenders close Oct. 31, 2011. Farmland Manager, Murray Gogel, 306-347-0846, Regina, SK. RM OF PARKDALE: 640 acres set up for cattle/horses, 300 ac. cult., 340 ac. grass. Heated shop, quonset, barn, corrals and shelter barn, watering bowls, 8500 bu. steel bins. 1300 sq. ft. bungalow w/double attached garage. MLS 411097; RM of Refo rd : 1 5 5 a c r e s e s t i m at e d t o h ave 500-600,000 yards of gravel. Additional adjoining 173 ac. avail., 2300 sq. ft. bungalow w/double attached garage. Potential of gravel deposits. MLS 404051; RM of Grass Lake: 6000 acres of grain land. Call Wally Lorenz, Re/Max of the Battlefords, North Battleford, SK. 306-446-8800 or visit

FARMLAND FOR SALE: 2983 acres (approx. 2800 cult.) w/farm residence, grain storage and buildings, approx. 40 miles North of Swan River near Bellsite. McKay Real Estate & Auction Co., Swan River, 204-734-9451. RANCH FOR 250 cow/calf pairs, 6 quarters deeded, 22 quarters leased, dugouts, shelters, barn, steel corrals, good water, home. 204-742-3269, Garland, MB. INVESTORS SEED THIS fall or spring. 17 quarters, 2690 acres, 2120 cult., 80 tramped, 490 bush and pasture, 2 yardsites w/buildings, good drinking water. Also 18 acres yard and buildings. Phone. for website 204-858-2555, Hartney, MB. DELISLE Southwest 11 quarters in block, very good fences, creek, good access; Young: 1 quarter on Zelma grid. Good renter, newer fencing. Call Dwein Trask, 306-221-1035, Century 21 Conexus Realty Ltd., Saskatoon, SK. 9 ACRES, approx. 30 minutes NW Regina, includes steel shed, power and water supply. ELMSTHORPE, 26 quarters, mixed application, new fencing, other economic opportunities. Quarter section, approx. 30 minutes from Regina, excellent pasture quarter to build on. Brian Tiefenbach 306-536-3269, 306-525-3344, NAI Commercial Real Estate (Sask) Ltd

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WE BUY FARMLAND. Qualified buyers. No fees and no hassles. Great options to rent back. Call toll free 1-855-520-5263. 6560 ACRES OF Grass, located in S.W. email SK. Exc. water, fences and grass. John WANTED 160 ACRES of undeveloped land Cave, Edge Realty Ltd., Swift Current, SK. w/lots of bush and rolling hills in 60 mile 306-773-7379 radius of Yorkton, SK. Quiet place very imPERDUE AREA LAND FOR SALE: NW portant. Kevin 403-333-8715, Calgary, AB. 17-34-11-W3, assessment 73,900, price $147,800; NW 18-34-11-W3, assessment WANTED TO PURCHASE a grain farm or 43,400, price $86,800; SE 19-34-11-W3, farmland, prefer southeast or east central assessment 62,100, price $124,200. For Sask. Phone 306-861-4592, SK. more info on the above land parcels, WANTED: GRAIN LAND TO RENT, 25 contact Garry Dennis 306-237-4319, m i l e r a d i u s o f R o u l e a u , S K . C a l l f a x : 3 0 6 - 2 3 7 - 4 3 0 5 o r e m a i l : 306-776-2600 or DINSMORE FARM LAND: 2400 acres of grain and grassland. John Cave, Edge Realty Ltd., 306-773-7379, Swift Current, SK. BEAUTIFUL 2 STOREY on 160 acres of prime farmland in Garden River area, 2 large quonsets, heated workshop and oth37 QUARTERS RANCHLAND, 20 minutes er outbuildings, located 20 kms NE of east of Cold Lake at Pierceland SK. Terrific Prince Albert, SK. 10 minutes from PA Pulp land base in one block, 5 deeded and 32 Mill and close to Fort Alcorne diamond lease quarters. Abundance of springs and mine. For more info call 306-961-6700. creeks with Beaver River along South 7 quarters. Contact Wendell Johnson, 10 ACRES North of Pierceland, SK. 1150 306-839-4435. sq. ft. house, 2 car garage, well treed, 10 MINERAL RIGHTS. We will purchase and minutes to Meadow Lake Provincial Park, o r l e a s e y o u r m i n e r a l r i g h t s . e x c . h u n t i n g a n d fi s h i n g a r e a . C a l l 780-724-3669. 1-877-269-9990.

BRAND NEW 2010 Q4 SS Tahoe Bowrider ski boat, full covers, Bimini top, never started, full warranty. Paid $26,000; Sell $20,000 plus tax. 250-838-7611, Mara, BC.

16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; STARCRAFT BOAT, 100 HP Evinrude engine, trolling motor, fish finder. Must RM OF SASMAN #336, 30 acres, large sell, reduced. 306-739-2763, Wawota, SK. well treed yard w/1288 sq. ft., 3 bdrm house, 12x24 deck, detached 2 car garage, shop, barn, septic tank, nat. gas, deep well w/good water, watering bowl hydrant, MUST SELL! USED 1 WEEK! Showroom cattle or horse facilities, all weather road, condition, 2011 Cedar Creek 36CKTS, Exschool bus passed door, 6-1/2 miles from plorer package, air ride, hyd. 6 pt. level Wadena, SK. Close to Fishing Lake. Locat- system, 3 slides w/toppers, elec. awning, ed NW-27-34-12-W2. 306-338-2705. thermal frameless windows, Trump king bed, washer/dryer combo, double door SASKATOON AREA ACREAGES: 25 fridge, Corian counter, hide-a-bed, leather acres, 1600 sq. ft. bungalow, shop, barn, Lazy Boy, 2 ACâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, table and chairs, built-in city water, mature yardsite, orchard, 10 vac, 7 year ext. warranty, manufacture minutes north, $650,000. 10 acres, new warranty good to April, 2012, $67,500. 1600 sq. ft. home and 26x50 heated gar- 403-819-0300, Okotoks, AB. age, 10 minutes north, $550,000. 5 acres, park like setting at Saskatoon city limits, S A S K ATO O N R V S U P E R S TO R E . C O M large bungalow, 2 shops, city water, Phone 306-978-7253, Saskatoon, SK. $540,000. Call Don Dyck, Re/Max North 1993 27â&#x20AC;&#x2122; GULFSTREAM Conquest 5th Country, 306-221-1684, Warman, SK. wheel camper with double slide. Phillips TWO HOUSES ON HOME QUARTER, and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auccan be sold separately. Prices depend on tion, Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyacres required. 45 mins. East of Lloydmin- burn, SK. area. For sale bill, photos and ster, SK, in the St. Walburg school district. video 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815, Mack Call 306-260-4692 for more information. Auction Co. PL 311962. RM REDBERRY #435. This is a very scenic 80 acres of wilderness land only an hr. 2009 39â&#x20AC;&#x2122; SANDPIPER 5th wheel, 3 slides, from Saskatoon. Old character cabin, pow- air ride hitch, hyd. jacks, power awning, er, lots of birds and wild animals. A must dual windows, heated tanks, fireplace, to view. MLSÂŽ 406337. RM Medstead $39,900. 306-238-4744 or 780-573-5945, #497, 80 acres mainly large spruce and Goodsoil, SK. poplar trees and also hidden in this heavy 2006 CEDAR CREEK Silverback 5th wheel, bush is 1450 sq. ft. log home on 2 levels. Model 33LCDTS, excellent condition, low What a jewel! Has well and solar power. kms, 34â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 3 slides, unloaded weight 10,500, Just 15 min. from Spiritwood and 2 min. extra options include fireplace, central vac, off #3 Hwy. MLSÂŽ 408555. RM Redberry heated holding tanks and more. A STEAL #435, 80 acres w/67 acres cult. and at $27,500 + GST. 306-773-4913, Swift stone free, balance is large slough. Good Current, SK. goose hunting, just 1 mile off Hwy. #40. MLSÂŽ 409880. More info: Lloyd Ledinski, GOING SOUTH? 2008 Cardinal 5th wheel, Re/Max of the Battlefords, 306-446-8800, 34RK, mint, very roomy, many cupboards, 306-441-0512, North Battleford, SK $34,000 OBO. 306-374-9204 Saskatoon SK FOR SALE 3 bdrm., 2 bath house w/sun 1999 SPORTSMASTER 5TH wheel, king porch, double detached garage, 36x72â&#x20AC;&#x2122; double slide, ducted AC and furnace, 28â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, shop (cement floor) on nicely landscaped power jacks, rubber roof, awning, new 17-1/2 acres nestled in Red Lodge recrea- tires, Mumby hitch, exc. cond., $12,000. tion area (NW of Olds, AB.) along Hwy. 306-268-2627, Bengough, SK. #587. Ph 403-224-2699 or 403-512-4236, 2008 HOST 11-1/2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; triple slide truck email camper, gen., 70 gal. water tank and every TERRIFIC VALUE AT $559,000! 13.2 option avail., matching white F450 w/cusacres near Elstow, SK, on Saskatoon water, tom built hitch to pull trailer. Will separhot water heating with newer boiler. 1954 ate. Jason 306-642-3315, Assiniboia, SK. sq. ft. bungalow in exc. cond. Recent upgrades are: triple glazed windows with low 2004 36-1/2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; FLEETWOOD Wilderness AdE gas, shingles, eavestroughs and almost vantage 5th wheel, 4 slides, living room on all flooring. All appliances and window top, exc. cond. 306-629-3786, Morse, SK. coverings incl., attached 24x28 insulated 2005 GRAND JUNCTION 32â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 5th wheel garage, 32x32 heated shop, additional 3 camper, beautiful shape, 3 slide-outs, solid bays for storage. MLS #412404. Call Ron woodwork, f/p, AC, arctic pkg., laundry Thompson 306-221-8112, Royal Lepage hook-ups, generator, many extras. Call Saskatoon Real Estate, Saskatoon, SK. 306-354-7796 for details. Mazenod, SK. BLADWORTH, SK, 17 acres, 1900 sq. ft. 1995 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122; FIFTH WHEEL Citation Supreme, 1-1/2 storey house, addition 1982, 26x30 air, awning, microwave, oven, elec. front garage, 52x80 Behlen quonset, 22x60 j a c k s , s l e e p s 6 , a l w a y s s h e d d e d . wooden quonset, 12x34 wooden bin, 306-297-3298, Shaunavon, SK. 14x28 storage building. 15 acres fenced pasture, corrals w/open faced shelters, 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; EDSON CAMPER/ TRAILER, loaded. watering bowl. Phone 306-561-7733. Hunters special! $2400. Will trade for car or truck. Phone 306-283-4747 or ACREAGE, 1380 sq. ft. bungalow, 5 bdrm, 306-220-0429, Langham, SK 3 baths, 2 car garage, metal storage shed, 10.13 acres, $289,900, pics available. Call GOOD HUNTING CAMPER! 1988 Cascade 403-575-1195, Coronation, AB. 8-1/2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; truck camper, hyd. jacks, bathroom, new fridge, exc., $3500. 306-937-7719 or View the fol- 306-441-7680, Battleford, SK. lowing MLSÂŽ listings: 402284 Hafford Home quarter, great for horses; 399553 Colonsay - Home quarter; 407114 Blucher, 80 acres; 406125 Young, 15 acres; 401654 2001 NATIONAL CARIBBEAN 34â&#x20AC;&#x2122; motoand 410655 Aberdeen, 1.77 or 158 acres; rhome, Cummins diesel pusher, fully load410521 Petrofka Bridge Orchard. Call Ed ed, large slide, leather seating, no taxes, Bobiash RE/MAX Saskatoon 306-222-7770 $59,000. 306-539-4526, Regina, SK. 40 ACRES w/30â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; house; 42â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x72â&#x20AC;&#x2122; shop, 2008 FLEETWOOD TERRA 34â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Class A all metal inside/out, 12â&#x20AC;? insulation; 22â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x32â&#x20AC;&#x2122; motorhome, $79,900 GST paid. V10 gas 5 fuel shed for storage, 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; walls; 2 wells, 2 spd. OD trans., only 4,300 miles, 2 slides. watering bowls, good corrals. Also one 5500 watt generator (5 hrs). Fully loaded. quarter for pasture, hay, crossfenced, big Pictures avail. 306-963-2007, Imperial, SK. dugout. Will sell 40 acres separate. Spirit- wood, SK. 306-824-4908 or 306-841-7337. 2003 MONACO EXECUTIVE, 41â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 2 slideRETIRE NE OF CALGARY, AB., next to your outs, Aqua heat system, rear bdrm, oak kids. 3 acres, 2500 sq. ft. custom home, no cupboards, large fridge, reverse osmosis stairs, no basement, wonderful shop, ex- water, insta hot water, front and rear TV, tensively landscaped. 5 kms from new rope lighting, heated underbelly, too many R i n g R o a d . $ 8 2 5 , 0 0 0 . C o n t a c t options to list. Orig. purchase price was 403-669-6624 or $529,000 selling for $132,900. Aldersyde, AB. 403-804-4606, 403-601-2280. 10 ACRES, $597,000. You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to miss this one! Large, open foyer to a super 2004 Fleetwood floor plan with vaulted ceilings and sky- Bounder 36â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, GM 8.1L, 2 slides, 6000 m, lights, fireplace with oak mantel, patio $49,900; 2005 Coachmen Mirada 31â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, V10, doors to sunroom and patio doors to deck camera, genset, sleeps 6, $26,900; 2000 from master bedroom with walk-in closet, Newmar Mountain Aire 40-1/2â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 350 HP main bath has jetted tub. Basement fully Cummins, 2 slides, 44,000 m, $64,900; developed, large room for artist studio or 1996 National RV Tropi-cal 37â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Ford 460, rec room, office, bdrm, bathroom. Attach. jacks, 65,000 m, $16,900. 2005 Fleetwood dbl. garage w/direct entrance. Garden Discovery 39â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 330 HP Cat, 3 slides, sleeps area, natural bush and planted trees, ex- 8, 33,000 m, $94,900; 2002 Winnebago ceptional landscaping. Separate pastures, Ultimate Freedom 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 370 HP Cummins, 2 electric fencing, 2 open shelters, automat- slides, 43,000 m, $79,900. Financing avail. ic watering and hydrant, 2 horses allowed. 306-974-4223, 411 C 48 St. E, Saskatoon, Located 9 kms from Saskatoon in Straw- SK. Open Tues-Sat, 8:30-5:00, DL #32637. berry Hills. MLS #411917. Ron Thompson 306-221-8112, Royal Lepage Saskatoon Real Estate, Saskatoon, SK.

FIND GOLD! Canada has been blessed with an abundance of gold! Gold has been found in the most unusual places! We take samples and test for gold in your ground. At todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gold price, you may sitting on a fo r t u n e . G i ve u s a c a l l t o d ay. Ke n 306-222-7994, Saskatoon, SK. CSV Contracting.

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.

ESTATE SALE, MUST GO! 2004 Empress EEE 34â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, fully loaded, one slide, all the bells and whistles, ONE OWNER, only 14,000 kms, $49,900 OBO. Call 403-528-0710 for more info. or viewing.

ATTENTION SNOWBIRDS! In beautiful Osoyoos BC., spacious lakeview condos for monthly rental. October 15, 2011 - April 15, 2012. 1 bedroom for $625/month or 2 WINNEBEGO VECTRA 35â&#x20AC;&#x2122; motorhome, bedroom for $725/month. Call collect 1998, central air, furnace, dsl. gen., air 1-250-495-7229 for more info. Or view at brakes, Jake brake, Cat 300 HP turbo die- sel, new tires, 21,000 miles, 12 mpg. $40,000 firm. 204-848-7601, Onanole, MB. *(7$:$<581$:$<(6&$3( 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BEAVER MONTEREY, 4 slides, AquaHot, 8000 Onan gen., cherry wood, Corion countertops, 32,000 miles, exc. shape, 1 owner, $140,000 USD. Ph. 580-661-2338 or 580-821-1435, Thomas, Oklahoma. 2004 39â&#x20AC;&#x2122; WINNEGABO JOURNEY, 330 HP Cat dsl, 2 slides on Freightliner chassis w/air ride and air brakes, Allison auto. trans., 127,000 miles, exhaust brake, Onan propane gen, rear monitor, hyd. levelers, basement, central AC, 2-dr. fridge, washer and dryer, auto. awnings, dash fans, 2 TVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s satellite dish, pantry, new tires and batteries, asking $79,900. Phone 306-398-4773, cell: 306-441-0188, Cut Knife, SK. 2008 MONACO KNIGHT, 360 Cummins, loaded, 2 bathrooms, 12,000 miles, 5 yr. warranty, mint condition, $163,000. Ponoka, AB, 403-783-8533, 403-318-5400.

2004 HONDA VTX 1800 street bike with 12,200 kms. Phillips and Jarowski Farms Farm Equipment Auction, on Saturday, October 22, 2011, Weyburn, SK. area. Visit for sale bill, photos and video. 306-421-2928 or 306-487-7815 Mack Auction Co. PL311962


PARTING OUT Polaris snowmobiles, 1985 to 2005. Edfield Motors Ltd., phone: 306-272-3832, Foam Lake, SK. 2008 SKIDOO RENEGADE 800R, 3600 kms, 1-1/4â&#x20AC;?x137â&#x20AC;? track, good condition, $7500 OBO. Call Wade: 306-497-2290, 306-497-2525, Blaine Lake, SK.


PRE-SEASON TRAILER SPECIALS! Save big on 2011 sled trailers before the new stock comes in. Save $100 on Aluma and Trailtech flatdeck trailers, save up to $1,000 on XR enclosed sled trailers. Hurry, these trailers are going fast. Call you neare s t F l a m a n Tr a i l e r s s t o r e o r 1-888-435-2626 or visit

FOR RENT: 6 bedroom house in Manzanillo, Mexico, inc. pool, overlooking ocean from $500/wk. Available Nov. to April. 306-270-6996,


COSTA RICA MOUNTAIN retreat for rent or sale. Minimum 1 month, up to 6 months available. 1 bdrm, 1 bath, kitchen, sat. TV, plunge pool, ocean view, $1000/mo. Call 306-984-4839.

WINTER GETAWAY: Furnished home on golf course near Cobble Hill, BC on Vancouver Island. Available Nov. 1st, $1200/month Call: 780-853-4973 or 2000 SQ. FT. house on horse farm near email: Rock Creek, BC. 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Referenc- WINTER GET AWAY, 2 bdrm in Yuma, es required. Call Michael or Cathy at AZ. available Nov. to March, $850/month, 250-446-2836, email for season $800/month. Fully equipped just bring your personal belongings. John 250-498-9675, 250-495-6458 Osoyoos, BC ESCAPE THIS FALL to spectacular Quadra Island, BC. just a 45 minute drive from the Comox Airport on Vancouver Island. BEACHFRONT COTTAGE accommodation overlooking the marine traffic of Discovery Passage. Cottages feature 2 bdrms, living room with gas fireplace, full kitchen, private outdoor hot tub or indoor jetted tub. Enjoy a friendly island community with an active community centre. Discounted nightly, weekly and monthly rates. Paradise awaits! For availability or reservations call 1-800-665-7745. BLUE MOON OCEANSIDE CONDOS has â&#x20AC;&#x153;Snowbird Specialsâ&#x20AC;? for fall and winter. Please call 1-877-753-7888, website or email FOR SALE: TIMESHARE in Hawaii. Enjoy one week every year in a 2 bdrm., 2 bath condo in Kawaii. Asking $5000 or rent $1500/week. 778-754-0161 Westbank BC. 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. Also includes water, sewer, trash pickup and reduced golf fees. For information call 1-800-871-8187 or 928-634-7003.

WINTER IN NANAIMO: Retired couple, NS, NP, $800/mos. 2 bdrm., 2 bath home in nice area. January 1 to March 31/2012 Ph. 250-756-1337. Email ALOHA TIME SHARE: Dec. 2- 9th, 2011, Waikoloa, Big Island, Hawaii; Dec. 9- 11th, 2011, Kona, Hawaii; Dec. 14- 21st, 2011, Waikiki Honolulu; Dec. 21-28th, 2011 Waikiki Honolulu. 403-654-2500, Vauxhall, AB.

ON-LINE BIDDING EVENT: Food Processing Manufacturer Close-Out. Commercial restaurant and processing equipment, bulk flax/lin seed, assorted cases dried berries/fruit, organic oils, bulk cans/lids, much more! Bids close October 18, Noon. 306-652-4334, Saskatoon, S K . C h e c k t e r m s a n d c o n d i t i o n s at

WOOD-MIZER PORTABLE SAWMILLS, eight models, options and accessories. 1-877-866-0667. SAWMILLS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Band/Chainsaw - Cut lumber any dimension, anytime. Make money and save money. In stock, ready to ship. Starting at $1195. 1-800-566-6899 ext. 168.

SUMMERLAND, BC: 2 bdrm. furnished home with storage shed, near Okanagan Lake, available throughout the winter, GRAIN CART SCALES. Order now for ear$1100/month. ly season discount. Typical 750 bu. grain cart, $3150. Phone 204-871-1175 or toll Call 250-497-6919 or 250-497-6059. free 1-800-862-8304, MacGregor, MB. ATTN: SNOWBIRDS- OSOYOOS, BC. Waterfront townhouse in development on 10x14 PLATFORM SCALE, $12,500. lake. Hot tub, gym, 2 pools, $1,000/mo. Used 10x14, $9500. Ph. 204-871-1175 or toll free 1-800-862-8304, MacGregor, MB. Call Doug at 604-319-7838.


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.


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.

BESCO GRAIN LTD. Buyer of all varieties of mustard. Call for competitive pricing. PLATFORM TRUCK SCALE with 4 load cells 204-736-3570, Brunkild, MB. and digital read out, can add printer. Phone 306-792-4472, Springside, SK.


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Samples Welcome In The Mail For Grading


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WHY NOT KEEP MARKETING SIMPLE? You are selling feed grains. We are buying feed grains. Fast payment, with prompt pickup, true price discovery. Call Gerald Snip, Jim Beusekom, Allen Pirness or Dave Lea at Market Place Commodities Ltd., Lethbridge, AB. Ph.: 1-866-512-1711. Email

Western Commodities Inc.



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




PROM PT PAYM ENT! 1.877.695.6461

CGC L icen s ed & Bo n d ed “In Business To Serve Western Farmers”


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

Wheat, Barley, Oats, Green & damaged

1-877-641-2798 BOW VALLEY TRADING LTD. WINTER WHEAT SEED, cleaned, 98% germ., $8.50/bu. Phone Bob 403-934-4081, Mossleigh, AB.

TOP QUALITY ALFALFA, variety of grasses and custom blends, farmer to farmer. Gary Waterhouse 306-874-5684, Naicam, SK.

Malt Barley/Feed Grains/Pulses best price/best delivery/best payment

Licen s ed & bon d ed 1- 800- 2 58- 7434 ro ger@ seed - m

Phone 1-866-824-8324 in C a lga ry, 1-877-775-2155 in Bra ndon or 1-877-777-7715 in Red D eer for a ll you r gra in m a rketing needs.

FOR ALL YOUR forage seed needs. Full line of alfalfa/grasses/blending. Greg Bjornson 306-554-3302 or 306-554-7987, Viking Forage Seeds, Wynyard, SK.

M ILLIG A N B IO -TEC H , a licensed and bonded buyer, looking for non-food grade canola. C ontact the Seed and M ealD ivision at M illigan B iotech 1-866-388-6284 or visit

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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: WANTED FRENCH GREEN lentils for seed. 306-237-4827, Arelee, SK.

CERT. GRAINGER AUSTRIAN winter pea. Good germ and disease levels. Wagon Wheel Seed Corp., Churchbridge, SK 306-896-2236.

BUYING : HEATED OATS AND 4010 SILAGE PEAS M USGRAVE ENTERPRISES Ph : 204.8 3 5.2527 Fa x: 204.8 3 5.2712 INTERESTED IN SPEAKING with Manitoba flax growers and/or buyers who may have suffered financial losses in 2 0 0 9 d u e t o Tr i f fi d . P l e a s e c a l l 1-877-269-3612. NUVISION COMMODITIES is currently purchasing feed barley, wheat, peas and milling oats. 204-758-3401, St. Jean, MB. WANTED FEED/ OFF-GRADE LENTILS or pulses and other heated, tough grains or screenings. Prairie Wide Grain, 306230-8101, 306-716-2297, Saskatoon, SK. WANTED: BUYING ALL grades of oats. Send sample to Newco Grain Ltd., Box 717, Coaldale, AB., T1M 1M6. Call 1-800-661-2312. 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.

FEED GRAINS WANTED: Wheat, Barley BUYING CANARY SEED, farm pickup. and Durum; Also Oats, Peas and Flax. PreCall 1-877-752-4115, Naber Specialty mium prices, FOB farm. Prompt payment. Stan Yaskiw, Birtle, MB, 1-866-290-7113. Grains Ltd.


Parachutes (the ideal cover) Made of strong, tough nylon, yet light enough to enable one man to handle.

Ideal for Covering Grain Piles

CROW N SURPLUS STORES INC. 1005 11th St. SE Calgary, AB T2G 3E9 To Place An Order Call: 403-265-1754

Parachute Canopies Only No Lines 25’x25’ parachute panel 28 panel parachute (24’ dia.) 35 panel parachute (35’ dia.) 64 panel parachute (55’ dia.) 120 panel parachute (100’ dia.)

$150 $175 $275 $425 $600

Note: 120 panels chutes cover approx. 6500 square feet




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

B uying Feed G rain

GrainEx International Ltd.




CERT. ALFALFAS AND GRASSES, free delivery. Dyck Forages & Grasses Ltd., Elie, MB, 1-888-204-1000.

W e w ork w ith a ll types of gra in inclu ding hea ted ca nola .

COMMON #1 GRASSES, legumes, blends. Trawin Seeds, 306-752-4060, Melfort, SK.


TOP QUALITY CERT. alfalfa and grass seed. Call Gary or Janice Waterhouse 306-874-5684, Naicam, SK.

“Quality Grain finding you your best value in grain marketing.”

B arley,cereals and heated oilseeds CG C licensed and bonded Sa sk a toon 306 -37 4 -1 51 7

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GRAIN WANTED: FEED GRAIN, all types of barley, wheat, oats, peas, etc. Prompt payment. Gary 306-823-4493, Neilburg, SK.

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






EXCELLENT QUALITY ALFALFA and/or alfalfa brome mix hay for sale. 1000 round bales at 1000 lbs. each, $25 each. Rosetown/Biggar, SK. area, 306-882-3165. 2011 ALFALFA/ BROME 4’x5’ round bales, 800 lbs. Trucking available. Can haul 52 bales. 250-262-3205, Fort St. John, BC. ALFALFA/ ALFALFA GRASS and sweet clover bales for sale. Excellent quality, $38-$46/ton. Call 306-375-7761, Kyle, SK. CONVENTIONAL STRAW, big round bales, very clean, $25 each. Call 306-375-7761, Kyle, SK. 700 ALFALFA 1600 lb. bales, $55/bale. Will negotiate large orders. 306-536-4102, 306-726-2005, Southey, SK. LARGE ROUND BALES. Alfalfa/crested wheat, 1500-1800 lbs., $50/ton. Can deliver. Wayne, 306-648-2880, Palmer, SK. NEW AD: RM 369, 2011 2nd cut alfalfa, 210 bales, 1600 lb., net wrapped, feed t e s t e d . 8 0 1 s t c u t a l s o av a i l a b l e . 306-716-3409, Humboldt, SK. SPECIAL SALE OFFERING: 250, 2010 round horse hay bales made by horse owners. Call 306-957-2181, Odessa, SK. 150 HARD CORE first cut alfalfa/brome grass mix bales, averaging 1600 lbs. No rain, 2011 crop, $55/bale. Price includes load up, delivery not available at this time. Notre Dame de Lourdes, MB. Ph: 204-248-2643 or Email 1000 ALFALFA MIX 2011 bales, twine, hard core, 1100 lbs., $30 each. Weyburn, SK. 306-842-3532, 306-861-1827. 800 LARGE ROUND alfalfa grass bales, net wrapped. 306-948-2395, Biggar, SK. HAY FOR SALE, 2000 large 4x4 sq. alfalfa bales, trucking can be arranged. 306-457-2935 evenings, Stoughton, SK. 500- 3x4x8 SQUARE alfalfa bales, 20% protein, offers. 250-702-7392, Belle Plaine SK. 1300 LBS. net wrapped round alfalfa/ grass bales, 2011 crop, $30/bale. Phone 306-537-6299, Earl Grey, SK. 400 ROUND BALES of 2010 intermediate and crested wheat grass, baled w/no rain, net wrapped. Asking 2.5¢/lb. Dave Dryden 204-748-3359, 204-851-0730, Virden, MB. 700 ALFALFA BROME hard core, 5x6, approx. 1600 lbs., no rain, will load, $50/bale. 306-699-2512, McLean, SK.

A L FA L FA G R A S S 5 x 6 r o u n d b a l e s , 1200-1300 lbs., $40/ton. 306-741-3407, Swift Current, SK. • HEATED • DISEASED 100% BROME GRASS, and brome grass and alfalfa mix, 1800 lb. round bales. 306-594-2305, Norquay, SK. ALFALFA BALES, approx. 1200 lbs., little to no rain, $25 each. Phone 306-834-5115, 306-834-7247, Kerrobert, SK. • FROZEN • HAILED 2010/2011 ALFALFA, conventional and organic, 1500 lb. bales, net wrapped, hard “ON FARM PICKUP” core, John Deere baler. Will take offers. 306-370-8897, Tessier, SK. WESTCAN FEED & GRAIN ALFALFA/BROME and Timothy/brome hard core bales, 1500- 1550 average lbs., exc. quality. 306-547-2923, Preeceville, SK 2010 HAY, 1400 lb. hard core, mesh wrapped, alfalfa Timothy brome mix, no rain, $40/bale. 780-363-3901, Tofield, AB. SOLID CORE ROUND, small square: alfalfa, alfalfa grass, green feed, grass, straw. DeALFALFA/GRASS large round bales, net livered. 306-237-4582, Perdue, SK. wrapped. 306-456-2596, 306-861-6849, WANTED: SQUARE STRAW BALES. Tribune, SK Phone 306-591-0764, Buena Vista, SK.

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ALFALFA/BROME HAY, 4x8 square, avg. 1600 lbs., no rain, tarped. Contact Jim, Fort Qu’Appelle, SK, days 306-332-6221, night 306-332-3955.

CUSTOM BALE HAULING, can haul 40 plus bales; Also have red band tubing for sale. Call 780-336-6424. Bruce, AB. 900 HARD CORE alfalfa/brome bales. 306-842-7082 or 306-861-7092, Weyburn, SK. 250 ALFALFA BROME round bales, 1300 lbs., 2010 crop year, no rain, $20/bale. 306-762-2073, Vibank, SK.

1000 ROUND ALFALFA/BROME bales, last ye a r s h ay, ap p r o x . 1 4 5 0 l b s . e a c h , $20/bale. Ph. 306-567-4354, Davidson, GOOD Q UALITY A L FA L FA H AY 3 x 4 SK, or email square bales, first, second and third cut, approx. 500. 403-501-1837, Tilley, AB. 4X5 HARDCORE EXCELLENT quality hay, BROME/ALFALFA HAY, 1000 lb. bales. no rain, $25 in the field and $30 in stack. 12.9% protein, $23/bale; 8% protein Will load. 306-749-2469, Birch Hills, SK. $20/bale. 306-297-6402, Admiral, SK.

2011 HAY, 1400-1500 lbs, net wrapped, no rain, 70% alfalfa, 30% brome, $40/bale, larger orders negotiable. 306-533-0062, 306-345-2171, Stony Beach, SK. WILL SWAP GOOSENECK flatdeck for good quality big square hay bales. Phone 306-859-4800, Beechy, SK.

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300 LARGE ROUND oat green feed, w/some Alfalfa. Asking $30/ea Kelvington, SK. Barry at 306-338-2038, 306-327-7761. 2011 MEDIUM SQUARE wheat straw bales, shedded, $25. Delivery can be arranged. 204-325-1383, Morden, MB. WANTED: ALFALFA HAY in round or large square, will buy all qualities including with rain. Priced according to quality, in Southern Alberta. 1-800-291-1432. 150 TON NEW CROP, excellent alfalfa and crested wheat. Large round net wrapped, no rain. 306-672-3935 or 306-672-4463, Gull Lake, SK.

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ALFALFA/BROME 850 lb. round bales, e x c . q u a l i t y, 2 0 1 0 / 2 0 1 1 c r o p . C a l l 306-220-7414 cell, Prud’Homme, SK. BROME/ALFALFA 5x6 hard core bales, no rain, 1400 lb. average. $45/bale. Phone 306-736-8273, Kipling, SK. LARGE ROUND BROME bales for sale. 10 mins. south of Saskatoon. $45/bale. 306-382-7786.

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ADVANCED PURE WATER SYSTEMS, Ecosmarte distributor, pricing for BC, AB, SK, and MB. The real thing, not a spinoff. We guarantee 99% pure water, no salts, no chemicals. We have the manpower and equipment to service your needs. 306-867-9461, or Outlook, SK.

C R A M E R L I V E S TO C K N U T R I T I O N , screening pellets avail., summer discounts, 11.5/14% protein pellets. Independent sales agent. Swift Current, SK. Doug 306-539-3888, Pam 306-773-1323.

MUST GO! COMPLETE Water Clinic RO COMBINE DUAL KITS for JD STS 38” or System (2 years old). Wood/electric fur42”, new tires $14,900. New duals for any nace, electric water heater and softener. new tires, $4300. We want your 306-743-2991 for details. Langenburg, SK. 8000 GAL. WATER tank, used only for rain combine, and rims on trade! 1-800-667-4515. collection. Approx. 13’ high and 13’ diame- tires ter, $3,000. 306-668-4598, Grandora, SK. 18.4x30 TIRE ON RIM, $300. WANTED: HAY BALES prices starting at 306-395-2668, 306-681-7610, Chaplin, SK. .02¢/lb. Delivered to Wolseley/ Grenfell, SK. area feedlot. Call 306-697-3063. NEW DEXTER 8000 lb. axles, 3; 2- 6x12 I- L I N C O L N R A N G E R 250 gas welder. Beams; 7 HD rims. $3500 or will trade for 306-287-8062 Watson, SK lumber or a golf cart. Cut Knife, SK. Phone 306-398-2580 M ic he l’ s I n d u s t r ie s WANTED TO BUY: Winter Triticale seed off the farm. Call Brock Baker 316-249-1907, & S hu r-Lok Newton, Kansas. (Com plete S ys tem s & Parts ) HAYTER DRILLING LTD. Over 50 yrs in WANTED: DIES to fit Hossfeld pipe bend- groundwater industry specializing in 5” Repla cem en t Ta rps fo r a ll er. Call 306-378-2767, Elrose, SK. 30” wells. Premium quality materials used m a k es o f S id e-Ro ll S ys tem s in new construction. Old well servicing and HYD. MECH METAL band saw, model rehab. New equipment and experienced WINCHESTER MODEL 70-338 cal. rifle c/w DM-10, 2.5 HP 3 phase, mitre cuts, 45/60 crews. 1-888-239-1658, Watrous, SK. L e u p o l d 3 - 9 s c o p e . FA C r e q u i r e d . degree, replacement $7,000, selling 780-808-1327, Lloydminster, AB. $4200. 306-423-5983, St. Louis, SK. FOR SALE: WATER WELL drilling rig, MayTHICKNESS SANDER Performax 37”, dual hew 1000. Mounted on 1968 Kenworth. drum, 5 HP single phase, $2500. Saska- 780-675-4405, Athabasca, AB. toon, SK, OUTFITTING CAMP FOR SALE, Zone 62: 306-242-6201. 16 bear, 23 White-tailed deer, 8 moose tags, 1 out-camp, incl. log cabins, pontoon DJ’S DRILLING LTD. Plastic casing, stainCALL FOR PRICING boat, stands, diesel generator, etc. Locatless steel screens, “E” logged test holes. 28 Toll Free 1-888-226-8277 ed in northern Sask. Serious inquiries only. yrs. experience drilling all over Sask. 5 yr. 306-547-5524, Preeceville, SK. warranty on materials and workmanship. C a n a d ia n Ta rpa u lin CANADA - CUBA FARMER TOURS. Feb. 306-944-4424, 306-530-1915, Plunkett SK FLY-IN FISH CAMP located on Reindeer 6th to 20th. All inclusive. Deductible. 7 M a n u fa ct u r er s Lt d River. 10 bunks in 2 cabins. Only camp on nights 5 star, 7 nights country hotels, 3 618 – 51stS treetEa st 30 miles of lake. 306-325-2146 Lintlaw, SK days Varadero, 8 day farm tour, 3 days Ha- STAUBER DRILLING INC. Water well S a ska to o n , S a sk. S 7K 7K3 vana. Max 28. Farmers and family mem- construction and servicing, exploration FLY-IN FISHING OUTFITTER leases for Ph: ( 306) 933 - 2 343 bers only. $3200 Cdn/ person 2 sharing and geotechnical drilling. Professional sersale in northern Saskatchewan. Call Allan Fa x: ( 306) 931- 1003 plus air. Escorted by Canadian Agrologist, vice since 1959. Call the experts at 306-278-7159. Serious enquiries only. TO LL FR EE: 1- 888- 2 2 6- 82 77 Wendy Holm. 1-800-919-9211 W eb site: w w w .ca n ta m 604-947-2893, Em a il: sa les@ ca n ta m


GREENFEED FOR SALE: 300 oat round bales. Approx 1500 lbs, 2011 crop, $30/bale. 306-859-7585, Beechy, SK. 900 ALFALFA BROME, 1400 lb. 5x6 round bales, 2011 crop, no rain, $30/bale. Will load. 306-457-3572, Stoughton, SK. LARGE SQUARE BALES for sale, alfalfa Timothy crested wheat. 306-693-4567, Moose Jaw, SK. ALFALFA MIX ORGANIC bales, conventional price. Also year old bales. String, net and plastic wrapped. Berg Farms 403-577-2245, 403-575-5738, Consort AB. WANTED: BIG ROUND brome grass bales, no rain, no alfalfa, must be good quality. 306-734-2970, Chamberlain, SK.

APPROX. 500 ROUND hay bales for sale, approx. 1500 lbs. Custom hauling. For WATER TANK CLEAR-OUT! Transport turtle tank 350 gal., special price $325. more info call: 306-466-2261, Leask, SK. Limited supply, so call today! Flaman 100 ORGANIC ALFALFA round hay bales, Sales, Saskatoon, SK., 306-934-2121 or approx. 1000 lbs., $40 per bale. Phone visit 306-335-2280, Lemberg, SK.

290 ALFALFA BROME hard core JD big bales, no rain, $40 each. Phone 306-567-4645, Davidson, SK. ROUND 5x5 HAY BALES, hard core, $30 each some with alfalfa/brome; brome. 306-934-6875, Saskatoon, SK. 1000 ALFALFA/BROME mix, approx. 1600 lbs., netwrap bales, no rain. Call Sullivan Farms, 306-463-3678, Flaxcombe, SK. 200 GRASS AND ALFALFA round bales, approx. 1150 lbs., no rain. Call 403-952-9318, South of Medicine Hat, AB ALFALFA BROME GRASS round hard core bales, excellent feed. 108 available. $35/bale. 306-422-8459, St. Louis, SK. 2011 HAY, medium square, brome alfalfa, Pubescent, no rain, protein 17.21% to 14.41%, $35/bale. Phone: 306-773-2503 or cell: 306-741-9784, Swift Current, SK. 100, 2010 alfalfa brome small hard core bales for sale. What offers? 306-492-4690, Dundurn, SK, email GOOD QUALITY grass/alfalfa round bales, 1600 lbs., net wrapped, 2-3¢/lb. 500 ACRES ORGANIC FLAX STRAW for 306-946-4155, Watrous, SK. sale. Call Don 306-782-5837, 1000 ALFALFA/BROME (2011) round hay 306-621-7310, Yorkton, SK. bales, good quality, 1300- 1400 lbs. Will T I M OT H Y A L FA L FA M I X , J D h a r d load for $28 per bale. 306-567-7305, core bales, no rain, horse and dairy 306-567-7625, Davidson, SK. quality. Harv Verishine, 306-283-4666, 5X4 ROUND HARDCORE Alfalfa and AlfalLangham, SK. fa/grass bales, 2011 is $20 and 2010 is 400 HARD CORE bales, alfalfa/grass, 1500 $10; Also 2010 small squares, $1.25/ea. lb. net wrapped, no rain, $40/bale. Phone 306-726-4569, Southey, SK. 306-963-2169, 306-963-2647, Stalwart SK 300 FIRST CUT large round alfalfa bales, 550 large round second cut alfalfa, 22.5% ALFALFA GRASS MIX hay squares 60- 65 protein. 306-232-4985, Rosthern, SK. lbs., $4.50 each; 4x5 rounds, 1000 lbs., $40 to $50 each; Silage rounds over 1000 ALMOST FREE: alfalfa/brome, hard core, l b s . , $ 3 5 e a c h . 2 5 0 - 9 9 2 - 9 6 1 1 o r rounds, 1000+ lbs, $10; small squares, $3.50; straw $2.00. After 6 PM 250-925-0490, Quesnel, BC. 306-537-1045, Balgonie, SK. HAY FOR SALE. 3000+ alfalfa or grass mix round netwrap bales, no rain. Straw also. 600 ALFALFA HARD core round bales averaging 1400 lbs., excellent quality, 18-20% Alan Coutts 306-463-8423, Marengo, SK. protein, located 70 kms SE of Swift Current, SK. $40/ton. 306-677-7441. 2000 ALFALFA/BROME BALES, hardcore, net wrapped, $60/ton or will trade for ALFALFA- TIMOTHY 500 BALES, 1500 A p r i l c a l v i n g y o u n g b l a c k c o w s . lbs., net wrapped, quantity and early sale 306-528-4431, Nokomis, SK. discounts. Ethelbert, MB. Ph 204-742-3672 or 403-861-4832. ROUND ALFALFA BALES, first and second c u t , n o r a i n , c l e a n o n w e e d s . ALFALFA GRASS MIX, good quality, dryland hay. Visa, MC, etc. accepted. Prefer to 403-442-2223 or 403-373-5909 Trochu AB move out of field ASAP. Will load. Call ROUND 1600 LB. brome and alfalfa bales, Magnum Fabricating 306-662-2198, Maple $35/bale. 306-539-7479 or 306-565-2294 Creek, SK. after 6, Regina, SK. 700 ROUND BALES, Alfalfa/Crested wheat, $50/ton. Phone 403-664-3462 or ALFALFA/ BROME MIX round bales for 780-910-2547, Oyen, AB. sale. 306-856-4725, Outlook, SK. GOOD QUALITY HAY, AB and BC, big rounds. Call for delivery prices. 403-758-3041, Magrath, AB. ALFALFA/GRASS MIX bales. 1500 lb., 5x6 hard core. $25/bale. 306-394-4407, Mossbank, SK. 800 ALFALFA/BROME round bales, 1500 lbs., $25/bale, near Bienfait, SK. Call 306-421-0679.

EXCELLENT QUALITY BROME/ALFALFA hay, 5x6 bales, no rain, net wrap, feed test available. Priced to sell, trucking available. 306-260-0094, Langham, SK. FRESH HAY BALES, small squares, 50-60 lbs., 3 grass alfalfa blend, $4/bale plus delivery. Don 306-882-2521, Rosetown, SK. 5x6 ROUND ALFALFA and alfalfa grass hay hard core bales for sale. 306-492-4642, Clavet, SK. LARGE ROUND BALES, twine wrapped, brome/afalfa, approximately 1300 lbs., $35/bale. Beechy, SK. 306-584-8953. 600 LARGE ROUND alfalfa bales, cut early, baled witin 1 week, vg green hay. Langham, SK. 306-283-4340 or 306-222-0170. HAY FOR SALE: Round bales, mixed and a l f a l f a , 1 y e a r o l d a n d n e w. C a l l 306-421-3859, Estevan, SK. SMALL SQUARE BALES alfalfa/grass mix, first crop $2.50 and $3.50 ea., limited second crop at $4.50. 60 lb. bales, very good quality. $2.50 bales have seen rain. West of Saskatoon, SK. 306-242-3768.

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In d u s tria l Fa b ric Pro d u cts 7000 GALLON FLAMAN’S fiberglass underground potable water tank. Can easily be converted to sewer holding tank, $8500. Call Dan 306-369-2310, Humboldt, SK. SHUR-LOK TRUCK TARPS and replacement FIBERGLASS SEPTIC TANKS- Great se- tarps for all makes of trucks. Alan, lection, sizes from 750 gal. up to 20,000 306-723-4967, 306-726-7808, Cupar, SK. gallon in stock now! Call Ed at Flaman LARGE CAPACITY TARPS to cover grain Sales in Saskatoon, SK., 306-934-2121 or piles of varied sizes. Cover long grain piles visit with 53’W, 90’W, or 109’W piles of any POLY TANKS: 15 to 10,000 gallons; Blad- length. 253,000 bu. pile covered for der tanks from 220 to 88,000 gal; Water $11,666. All sizes in stock. Best quality and liquid fertilizer; Fuel tanks, single and available Canadian made quality silver double wall; Truck and storage, gas or dsl. tarps avail. for all sizes. Shipped overnight to most major points in Western Canada. Wilke Sales, 306-586-5711, Regina, SK. For all pricing, details, and pictures visit: or Willwood Industries call toll free 1-866-781-9560, fax 306-781-0108.

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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. CLASS 1A Truck Driver Training Ltd. Over 25 years training Saskatchewan, highest quality training available, Class 1, 3 and Air Brake Programs. Certified instructors/ examiners. Starting $79/ month OAC. Possible training in your area. Call for info 306-933-2676, Saskatoon,

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS for late model Cat equipment: Motor scrapers (cushion ride), dozers, excavators, rock trucks, graders (with ability to trim); 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

LIVESTOCK SUPERVISOR: This position requires a self motivated person that is forward thinking and can work well with staff. Good communication skills required. Hands on position requires management of fat cattle and marketing; effective communication with cattle buyers, custom feeders, in-house staff and managers; placement of incoming cattle; scheduling yard maintenance; procuring personnel in consultation and management. Salary and a detailed job description will be discussed during job interview. Contact Gerard Clavelle, Goldenhill Cattle Company Ltd., Viscount, SK. Phone 306-944-4545 or cell 306-221-1616. Fax resume 306-944-4888. KOROVA FEEDERS at Acme, AB seeking General Feedlot Help, modern facility, competitive wages, benefit pkg. Please fax resume to 403-546-4231.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Long established registered Hereford farm has employment opportunity for qualified person to maintain breeding herd, machinery and general farm involvement. Must be interested in attending Hereford sales and shows. This is a lush, scenic location near the foothills of Alberta and has excellent roads close to cities and towns. Good facilities and accommodations. Applicant must be an honest, keen worker and willEXPERIENCED LIVE-IN CAREGIVER is ing to relocate. Country life to live, learn looking to care for a senior. Would prefer and enjoy. Come and visit our location. SK. Call 306-876-4745. Applications will be handled through the Canadian Hereford Association, Attention Farm Employment. Supply resume and references by mail to: 5160 Skyline Way N E , C a l g a r y, A B . T 2 E 6 V 1 . P h o n e 1-888-836-7242, Fax 1-888-824-2329 or Email: PERMANENT FULL-TIME POSITION available on a farm feedlot, located halfway between Moose Jaw and Regina, SK, house supplied. Must have valid driver’s license, be mechanically inclined and physically fit. Experience a necessity. References required. Phone Larry at 306-345-2523 MANAGER/ FULL TIME on horse ranch, or fax 306-345-2085. permanent experienced ranch help req’d. Majority of duties will be care and FULL-TIME PERMANENT Farm and training of draft horses for shows. Will Equipment Operator. Requires manageconsider hiring a couple if one of them can ment skills and Class 1A license. $60,000 be gone to shows while other does chores plus bonuses. Also, 3 bedroom, 2 bath acon ranch. Housing available. Ability to commodations available. Please fax rework unsupervised and references a must. sume and references to: 306-776-2535. Located in Calgary, AB. Reply via email Phone: 306-776-2390, Rouleau, SK. only to: FARM EQUIPMENT OPERATOR and BusiSEASONAL FARM LABOURER HELP. ness Manager wanted, Daysland, AB on Applicants should have previous farm ex- large grain farm with new equipment. perience and mechanical ability. Duties in- Phone 780-679-8642. For job description clude operation of machinery, including: view: Tractors, truck driving and other farm equipment, as well as general farm laborer COWBOY WANTED: For a cow/calf and duties. $12-$18/hr depending on experi- quarter horse operation, Hanna, AB. Livee n c e . C o n t a c t W a d e F e l a n d a t stock handling, feeding, calving, fencing, 701-263-1300, Antler, ND. haying, riding etc., Class 1 drivers an asset. Couples welcome. Call 403-854-2550, PERUVIAN PASO HORSE TRAINER re- or email: quired for ranch at Millarville, AB. Seasonal work April-Nov., 2012. Minimum of 10 yrs PROGRESSIVE FARM/FEEDLOT in east training experience with Peruvian Paso central Sask. is looking to hire a Farm horses required. Salary $2850 per month. Worker. Position provides minimum 40 hrs Please fax resumes to: Ringstead Ranch per week, must be able to work varied and Ltd., 403-931-3295. extended hours. Farm work incl. feedlot, and grain production. Skilled FARM HELP WANTED, smaller mixed grain cow-calf should be physically fit, self-starter and livestock. Must be mechanically in- worker proficient with livestock handling and clined, physically fit and willing to work and health. Exp. with farm equipment and with others. Please fax resume and refer- herd Class 1A an asset. This will be a long-term ences to 306-748-2822, Neudorf, SK. and rewarding opportunity. Work starts immediately. References required. Located AUSTRALIAN HARVEST JOBS. Bumper 7 miles southwest of Theodore, SK. Send season expected in Western Australia. We resume to or need experienced header and grain cart contact 306-521-2822. operators. Season runs Oct-Jan., $20-25 AUD per hour. Must be aged 18-30 and be eligible for Working Holiday Visa. Contact FULL-TIME PERMANENT HERD Person wanted on family dairy farm. Must have former experience with cattle, computers and machinery. Willing to work weekends, Wages negotiable. Housing avail. Submit resumes: Fax 306-867-9622, Outlook, SK. Call 306-867-9926.

The Su n ha ven Fa r m s G rou p is lookin g for ca reer m in d ed pig prod u ction profession a ls to join ou r tea m . If you a re in terested in a position a s U n it M a n a g er (ie. F a rrow in g ,Breed in g )(3 yea rs experien ce w ith pig s -sa la ry ra n g e u p to $38,000 plu s b on u ses) or experien ced techn icia n (1 -2 yea rs experien ce w ith pig s -sa la ry ra n g e u p to $36,000 plu s b on u ses) in a m od ern prod u ction b a rn ra n g i ng from 750 to 2500 sow s ca ll u s. Plea se send resu m es to:

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FULL-TIME YEAR ROUND FARM employment available immediately on a large progressive grain farm, 25 min. from Regina, SK. Looking for truck drivers with Class 1 license, equip. operators and general help. Multiple positions avail. Well suited for a couple who would like to live on a farm or a single person looking to get out of the city. Furnished housing provided at yard site. Training and competitive wages for the right candidate. Jordan: 306-359-3448 or email:

UTT/UTW/CHAINSAW OPERATORS: Ace Vegetation is preparing for fall/winter work. We need utility tree trimmers, utility tree workers and chainsaw operators. H2S, First Aid, CSTS and Class 1 license are assets. Send your resume to: ACE at 2001 8th St., Nisku, AB, T9E 7Z1, fax: 780955-9426 or

FARM AND HORSE OPERATION: Hands on Manager required. Located 5 miles from the vibrant city of Grande Prairie, AB. Livestock of 30 breeding bison and 20 Thoroughbred horses on 2 quarters. Applicant must be self-directed and work without daily supervision. Mechanical ability is essential. Excellent opportunity for a couple or family. Fully serviced 3 bdrm home provided on the property for the right applicant. Phone 780-513-6095. Please forward resume with references to: LOOKING FOR SHOP MECHANIC for truck Fax: 780-532-0402. shop. Prefer w/Class 1 license but not necessary. 1-800-665-0920, Melita, MB. FARM LABOURER WANTED: Full-time permanent position with Forster Farms. Em- EXPERIENCED BEEKEEPERS REQUIRED for ployee will assist with overall operation of the 2012 season (Feb 1 - Nov 30) in Gidryland farm and cattle operation in rouxville, AB. Minimum 1 year beekeeping Sedgewick, AB. Valid driver’s license a experience. Workers will assist in colony must, Class 1 an asset, $17/hr. Fax re- management, honey extraction and pollisume to 780-384-2144, ph. 780-384-3019. nation. Wage $14.50/hr. Email resume to 3000 ACRE FARMER looking for custom combiner for 2011 crop. 2200 acres oil seeds. 306-542-4144 or 306-542-8584, Kamsack, SK.


LOOKING FOR FARM WORK?? Lots of opportunities! All types of farm work. Go to for all the listings. Or phone Tony at 403-732-4295. GREENLEAF SEEDS LTD. has an opening for a self-motivated individual for a fulltime year round position on our large Pedigreed seed/ grain farm near Tisdale, SK. Duties to include operation and maintenance of large farm machinery; Operation and maintenance of seed cleaning facility; Grain hauling and general farm duties. Preference given to applicants with farm and/or mechanical experience and a Class 1A license. We offer a good work environment, competitive wages and benefi t s p l a n . P l e a s e e m a i l r e s u m e t o : or fax: 306-873-2438 or call: 306-873-4261.

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PEN RIDING, PROCESSING AND LOT MAINTENANCE /UTILITY CREW S ea s on a l & Fu ll-tim e. Exp erien ce req u ired . W e offerExcellen tw a g es , Ben efits & O p p ortu n ity for a d va n cem en t. S u b m itresu m e w / w ork referen ces & cu rren td rivers ab stract Attn : T revor F ax 403- 546- 3709 or high21hr@ hotm ail. com or call 403 701- 7376.

BEEKEEPER’S HELPERS (4), for 2012 season May to September, $12-$15/hr depending on experience. Contact: Ron Althouse, 306-278-2747, Porcupine Plain, SK. TWO POSITIONS on busy farm/feedlot just south of Medicine Hat, AB. 1) Class 1 Driver and experience w/farm equipment required. 2) Exp. w/cattle, horses, Class 3 an asset. Gr. 12 and clear drivers abstract required. Fax: 403-528-4238, ph: 403-528-4258. HELP WANTED ON DAIRY FARM, fulltime or part-time. Phone: 306-493-8201 or 306-493-7631, Delisle, SK. 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,,

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(4 va ca n cies ) Perm a n en t, fu ll tim e p o s itio n s -44 hrs p er w eek. S a la ry $19.25 to $20.00/hr. Va lid d rivers licen s e. Previo u s exp erien ce a n a s s et. To a pply fo r a po s itio n w ith u s , plea s e e-m a il res u m e to : m a rc@ gcpa rts .co m o r s en d fa x to 78 0-754-2333 Atten tio n : Alvin W a n n echk o GOOSE HAVEN OUTFITTERS are requiring Waterfowl Guides. Experience required. $500/week. Food and lodging included. Must be able to call ducks and geese. Phone 306-236-3527, Meadow Lake, SK EXPERIENCED RUBBER TIRE Trackhoe Operator with Class 1 license required. Fax resume to 780-826-4834, Bonnyville, AB. or email GRAIN FARM REQUIRES mechanically inclined, organized, full-time employee. Class 1 license an asset. Some cattle work may be required periodically. Housing available. May lead to partial management position. Strome, AB. 780-608-0653.

LODGE MANAGER WANTED for Outfitting business. Hard working couple preferred, for client services, maintenance and seasonal cooking. Year round occupancy. Call 306-236-3527, Meadow Lake, SK. FULL-TIME FEEDLOT POSITION located one hour from Regina. 306-697-3063, Wolseley, SK. RED ROCK NURSERY is accepting applications for Greenhouse Labourers. Duties to include: seeding, thinning, transplanting, weeding and harvesting of trees. Starting now. Wage rate $9.40 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.


C om petition N o.2 0 12 - 8611 G reen hou s e veg eta ble p a ck a g in g fa cility loca ted in Red cliff, A B is a ccep tin g a p p lica tion s for s ea s on a l (a p p rox Feb to Dec), fu ll tim e s ortin g / p a ck a g in g lin e w ork ers . Phys ica lly d em a n d in g , ben d in g . liftin g , rep etitive ta s k s , cold / hot w ork en viron m en t, exten d ed s ta n d in g . S teel toed boots req u ired . W ork referen ces a n d crim in a l record check m a y be req u ired . S ha red a ccom m od a tion a va ila ble, $300. p erm on th. W a g e $11.86 p erhou r, 44.0 hrw eek

Plea se a p p ly q uoting c om p etition num b er to: HELP WANTED: for job with Spray Foam Re d Ha t Co-op e ra tive Ltd ., Insulation Company in Regina, SK. Other 809 Bro a d w a y Ave. E., jobs may include construction and more. R ed cliff, AB T0J 2 P0. Will suit someone looking to work flexible Fa x: (403) 548- 72 55. hours. Mechanically inclined and physically On Track Kuntz & Company Inc. fit. Must have driver’s license, be able to Plea s e a p p ly fo r the jo b in the m a n n er drive a 1 ton truck and 20’ trailer. Experiph#: 1-780-672-6868 o r s p ecified , fa ilu re to d o s o m a y res u ltin ence spraying closed cell foam and a farm fa x: re s u m e to 1-780-672-7616 yo u r a p p lica tio n n o tb ein g p ro p erly background would be an asset. Send your co n s id ered fo r the p o s itio n . FULL TIME GRAIN facility operator, start- resume or inquiries to or call 306-551-7273. ing wage depending on abilities $18/hr. Apply by email, fax 306-354-2661 or mail R.W. Organic Ltd., Box 232, Mossbank, SK SOH 3G0. (2 roles available)


RM FOREMAN POSITION: RM of Oakdale #320 surrounds Coleville, SK, located 20 miles north of Kindersley and in the middle of a busy oilfield area. Competitive wages and full benefit package. Applicants must have strong road construction skills and exp. operating heavy machinery. Position requires strong mechanical abilities, good communication and leadership qualities. Grade 12 or GED required. Class 1A license an asset. Housing available. Further info. from Alan Burt 306-463-7717 or Gillain Lund 306-965-2281. Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2011 or until a suitable candidate is found and can be submitted to RM of Oakdale #320 Box 249 Coleville, SK S0L 0K0. Fax 306-965-2466 or email

Deadline for Applications: October 31, 2011 Location: Calgary, but will consider other locations Commitment: Full Time

Who is Agriculture for Life? We are an exciting, newly created Not for Profit organization who will be the recognized leader and organization of choice for those who desire to support a more sustainable rural Alberta. Our mission is to establish a mechanism that enables Industry and Community Partnerships, creating a sustainable Rural Alberta, by providing farm safety and agricultural education programming and support. We have the backing of a number of well known and highly regarded Industry Partners who are fully committed to our long term vision. Agriculture for Life is looking for energetic candidates who want to be part of an exciting organization, helping to build and deliver a province wide approach to fulfilling our Vision. Preference will be given to those with an agricultural and rural background who have an ability to build and develop relationships in this sector. General Role Description: Because we’re a small team, we’re looking for those with multiple and specific skills and attributes. These will include an ability to build and maintain relationships with our stakeholders in the corporate and rural communities, working to activate our programming “on the ground” and Communication and Social Media experience. Given the nature of our work, those candidates with rural and agricultural roots will have an advantage. While our office is located in Calgary, travel will be a part of the role, and we will consider candidates located outside of Calgary. Specific Responsibilities: • Develop relationships with Farm Safety and Agricultural Education stakeholders and working with them to deliver their programs. • Develop relationships with Agricultural Societies, local communities and other rural stakeholders to gain an understanding of the needs within those communities. • Develop relationships with our Corporate Partners to understand their programming and activation strategies and goals. • Lead the delivery and activation of Agriculture for Life sponsored programs across Alberta with hands on participation. • Participate in raising the profile of Agriculture for Life through the use of various communication activities and social media. Salary and Benefits: Negotiable within an expected range of $60 - 80K depending on skills of the candidate. Please apply by sending your resume to

David Sprague, CEO Agriculture for Life, at the following email address



PRIME MOVER/MULCHER Operators COOK WANTED for private lodge. Experi- Ace Vegetation is preparing for fall/winter ence required. Call 306-426-2772, Meath work. We need Mulcher, Hydro-Ax and Park, SK. Posi-Track operators. Locations will be throughout Northern Alberta. H2S, First WEST CENTRAL PELLETING LTD., a Aid, CSTS and Class 1 license are assets. livestock feed company operating facilities Send your resume to: ACE at 2001 - 8th at Wilkie and Wolseley, SK is looking to St., Nisku, AB, T9E 7Z1, fax: 780-955-9426 hire full time and seasonal entry level po- or email: sitions for our Wilkie facility. We offer competitive benefits and wages, as well OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR. Outfitting as a friendly team orientated environment. company requires a self starter to manage Forward applications to West Central Pel- a busy, challenging tourism based outfitleting Ltd., Box 298, Wilkie, SK S0K 4W0, ting office. Professional telephone manA t t n : P l a n t M a n a g e r o r e m a i l ners and customer service skills are mandatory. Must have a positive attitude, strong verbal and written communication skills, strong organizational and multiWATKINS PRODUCTS 1-800-663-5252 tasking ability, computer skills, sense of Buy retail/wholesale or start your own humour and a ready smile. You should be business. ID punctual and dependable. Accommodation 019485 email can be incl. on the ranch which is 40 min. SW of Calgary, AB. Please email resume TRUCK DRIVER AND yard person for bulk and references to or fuel company, must have valid Class 3 call 403-933-2612 for further info. driver’s license. Send resume to Box 116, Coronation, AB. T0C 1C0 or fax to: FREE RENT, free utilities, free bell expressvue available to full time employee, 403-578-3551. single, married or with family. Individual will be mainly serving customers but will be required to cook and clean as well. Call Wanda Hudson at Coderre Bar and Grill for info. 306-394-2122, Coderre, SK. W ellEsta blished M u ltilin e

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PARTS PERSO N . A gricu ltu ra lBa ck grou n d a n d Com pu terExperien ce W ou ld Be A n A sset. Fu ll-Tim e Position , $15 to $20 per hou r.Ben efits,(a fter6 m on th period).

Plea se Forw a rd Resu m es to M a rc a t G ra tton Cou lee Ag ri Pa rts Ltd ., B ox 4 1,Irm a ,AB T0B 2H 0 or S en d Fa x to 780-75 4 -2333.

MANAGER/OPERATOR REQUIRED: The Manning Co-op Seed Cleaning Plant is currently seeking to fill a non gender specific role of Plant Manager/Operator. We are offering an opportunity to work closely with the Board of Directors in offering the farming community excellence in their grain cleaning requirements. Experience and/or knowledge of the farming community is beneficial but is not required, requires a proven self starter. Hours are dependent on customer requirements. Please mail resume to: Manning Seed Cleaning Co-op, Box 840, Manning AB. T0H 2MO, Fax: 780-836-3663, (Attention: Terry Schamahorn). Or call Terry Schamahorn at 780-836-3348. FIELD OPERATIONS MANAGER: Prairies based, Winnipeg, MB. This position is expected to coordinate, plan, organize and motivate Agricultural Field staff in the performance of their responsibilities and functions. Required qualifications: Degree in Agronomy of related discipline; 3+ years of related field experience; Proficiency working with GPS/GIS applications, software and equipment; Superior organizational, communication and interpersonal skills are essential; Must be creative, innovative and client-focused; Must use skilled judgment in identifying sales opportunities, closing business and resolving customer related issues; Previous experience providing client services is an asset; Excellent customer service, client support and business service consulting skills. Please refer to our website for complete position and application details: SGS is the world’s leading inspection, testing, verification and certification company.

ECKVILLE CO-OP is looking for an AGRO CENTER MANAGER. The successful candidate must be an energetic and customer orientated person who can motivate their staff team. Preference will be given to candidates with agricultural experience and product knowledge. Salary based on experience and product knowledge. The Co-operative Retailing system also offers training and advancement locally and throughout Western Canada. Resumes may be dropped off at the Eckville Co-op Admin. email: or fax to 403-746-2104 Attention: Shawn. SILVERTIP OILFIELD SERVICES based out of Manning AB is seeking full-time and part-time CLASS 1 TRUCK DRIVERS and HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS. For more information please call 780-836-3792.

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COURAGE OILFIELD SERVICES Ltd. (Oxbow, SK) is hiring Seasonal Steamer Operators, Nov-Mar 12 hr shifts, 7/3/7/4 schedule, competitive wage and health package. Housing provided. 1A preferred, but not necessary, training provided. Fax resumes to: 306-483-2132 or email to:

W ellS ervicin g Ltd . Bo x 895 W eyb u rn , S K S 4H 2 L1 Pho n e: (306) 842 - 3401

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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

STABBROS TRUCKING is looking for Class 1 driver to haul oil and water in Macklin, SK area. Must have all safety tickets, willing to train. Contact: Justin at 306-753-9121

RIO BOW RESOURCES is currently looking for Drillers, Derrickhands, Motormen and Floorhands to work on our coring rigs this winter in the AB Oilsands. Coring and rig experience an asset but not a requirement. Employees must have valid H2S Alive and Standard First Aid Certificates, Drillers must have valid First Line Ticket. WANTED: 1A OILFIELD Fluid Haulers for Send resumes to Shaunavon, SK. Competitive wages and Strathmore, AB. benefits offered. Info. ph. 306-297-3885. EXPERIENCED WATER TRUCK HAULER to haul water on drilling rigs. Must be able to work long hrs away from home. Require Class 3 or Class 1 and oilfield tickets. Please phone/fax 780-592-2271, or call Dwayne at 780-853-7146.

FIELD E MPLOYEES AKITA Drilling Ltd. is a premier oil and gas well drilling contractor with operations throughout Canada. The company strives to be the industry leader in matters of employee expertise, safety, equipment quality and drilling performance. Due to industry activity Akita Drilling is looking for field employees for its drilling operations. The positions of Driller, Derrick Hand, Motor Hand and Floor Hand are available. The successful candidates will possess the applicable training for their position. Akita Drilling is a proud supporter of the Rig Technician apprenticeship program. Akita Drilling Ltd offers a competitive compensation and benefits structure including a company pension plan. Please forward your resume and references in confidence to:

AKITA Drilling Ltd. Personnel Department 2302 8th Street. Nisku Alberta T9E 7Z2

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We wish to thank all applicants for their interest, however only those being considered will be contacted. All employees are required to pass a pre-employment Drug and Alcohol test.


SALES AGRONOMIST NEEDED fo r pro gre s s ive fa rm s e rvic e c e n tre in s o u the rn M B. C o m pe titive Be n e fits . Fa x re s u m e to



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Arctic Cat Snow Machines and Quads Full time, Benefit Plan, Competitive Wages.

Nick’s Service Ltd. #2 South Plains Dr., Emerald Park, SK 306-781-1077

Full Tim e Sa le s Coordin a tor

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CWB CERTIFIED WELDER for structural steel. Extensive fabrication and blueprint reading a must. Camp job, 2 weeks in, 2 weeks out, flying from Saskatoon. Must have ability to work independently at times. Competitive wages for the industry, wage will be based on level of experience. Send resume to

Now Hiring EN R Distribution is an em erging com pany w hich is providing sound agronom y and effective nutrients in an environm entally responsible fashion ensuring a sustainable source of enriched food to help nourish an increasing w orld population.

AG RO N O M IST The A gronom ist is accountable for delivering agronom ic services, providing technicalleadership on agronom ic issues and providing supportto the sales, m arketing,and research & developm entteam . Q ualifications: • M inim um Diplom a in A g Business/A griculture/C C A • Strong technical,interpersonal,com m unication and organizationalskills.

SALES & M ARKETIN G M AN AG ER The Sales and M arketing m anager’s aim is to prom ote and sellour products and services to custom ers. Q ualifications: • Preferably a degree in business m anagem ent. • Excellentinterpersonaland m anaging projectskills

W AREH O USE M AN AG ER The W arehouse m anager’s role is to m anage the w arehouse. Q ualifications: • Friendly and outgoing • Excellentorganizationalskills and detailoriented. • A ble to operate forkliftw hile C lass 1 Drivers license is an asset.


Pro vid en ce Gra in S o lu tio n s is a s u cces s fu l, d yn a m ic, a n d in n o va tive lo ca lly o w n ed gra in a n d cro p in p u tco m p a n y. W e a re cu rren tly hirin g a fu ll tim e Gra in M ercha n t, lo ca tio n is flexib le a s w e ha ve o ffices in F o rtS a s ka tchew n , AB, Vikin g, AB, Cro s s field , AB a n d M a ren go , S K .

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S k ills • 3+ yea rs exp erien ce tra d in g & ru n n in g a co m m o d ity p o s itio n • Go o d u n d ers ta n d in g o ftra n s p o rta tio n , a llo ca tio n , a n d a rb itra ge • S tro n g gra s p o ffu tu res & o p tio n s tra d e a s they rela te to cro s s hed gin g • Ab ility to d evelo p a n d m a in ta in go o d b u s in es s rela tio n s hip s Du ties & Res po n s ib ilities • S tro n g a n a lytica l, tim e m a n a gem en ta n d o rga n iza tio n a l s kills • S o lid d ecis io n -m a kin g s kills • S tro n g n ego tia tin g s kills • Ab ility to m a n a ge ris k in vo la tile m a rketp la ce • Ha ve the d rive to w o rk in d ep en d en tly • Co m p u ter co m p eten t • Res p o n s ib le fo r P&L rela tin g to s p ecific co m m o d ity. Com p etitive sa la ry a nd b onuses a va ila b le F o rw a rd a ll res u m es to : Pro vid en ce Gra in S o lu tio n s Bo x 29 9 , V ik in g, AB. T0B 4N 0 Fa x: 78 0-336 -2220 o r Em a il: tchris ten s en @ pro vid en cegra in .ca

We Wa nt Yo u ! We are looking for an

AG MECHANIC with Combine and Ag tractor experience.

is no w hiring the fo llo w ing po sitio ns in and aro und the Pro v o stare a. • Crew Truck Foreman • Project Foreman • Pipefitters, Laborers & Welders • Heavy Equipment Operators (dozer, track hoe, grader) • Hydro Vac Operators • Class 1 drivers (end dumps, dump trucks and wagons, heavy equipment) • Licensed Heavy Duty Mechanicmust be able to do Alberta CVIP’s. Experience and farming background an asset. Safety tickets required.

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We are located just outside of Regina. Agco Dealership benefit package and Comparable Wages.

Nick’s Service Ltd. #2 South Plains Dr. W. Emerald Park, SK 306-781-1077


WELDERS REQUIRED Must be able to pass CWB Test – Canadian Welding Bureau Test – Training Available. Email resumes to:

MAGNUM FABRICATING LTD. Maple Creek, SK Ph: 306-662-2198

No p hone c a lls a c c ep ted .Only selec ted a p p lic a nts w ill b e c onta c ted for a n interview .

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN NEEDED with experience in wheel alignments and front end work, to join a family business in Grenfell, SK., operating under a large multi-location brand (Integra Tire). Work week Monday to Friday. Very competitive wages offered on ability and experience. This is an opportunity to work and live in a friendly environment with the latest equipment and tools to support your position. F o r m o r e i n fo p l e a s e c a l l D a r r e n 306-697-2856, fax/email resume to 306-697-3457,

Now accepting applications for

Owner/Operators to pull company, or self owned grain trailers throughout AB SK & MB. 2 years experience is required with clean abstract & positive attitude. Great earning potential with benefits. Fax resume & current abstract to


Tisdale, SK. The successful applicant

AGRONOMIST The Saskatoon Co-operative Association Ltd. currently requires a fulltime Agronomist for our Agro Centre in Saskatoon, SK. The Saskatoon Co-op offers a comprehensive salary and benefits package and has excellent opportunities for advancement. Responsibilities The successful applicant will be directly involved in sales and marketing of seed and crop protection products to our members. Other responsibilities include, in a season crop production consulting services such as field scouting, diagnostics, product recommendations, organizing seminars and demonstration sites, and creating timely newsletters for our members. Qualifications Applicants must have a strong agricultural background and a postsecondary degree in Agriculture specializing in Agronomy or Crop Science. The applicant must be eligible for membership in the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists and possess excellent interpersonal, communication and organizations skills. Industry experience is a strong asset.

• Jo u rn eym an Techn ician preferred bu t will co n sider 3rd & 4th year appren tice. • K n o wledge o f Gen eral M o to rs pro du cts wo u ld be co n sidered an asset bu t n o t requ ired. • W ages will co m m en su rate with experien ce. • W e o ffer a great ben efit pack age an d co m pen satio n . • Bo wm an GM o ffers a fu ll lin e o f GM pro du cts, a n ew m o dern sto re an d great co m m u n ity in which to live. Call or apply in person. $ 25+ / hr. Fu ll Tim e. P erm an en t P o sitio n . In person with resume, fax or e-mail resume.

Bowmar Sales Ltd. PO Box 669, Tisdale, SK, Canada, S0E 1T0 Curtis Bowditch or Jim York Phone: (306)873-2633 Fax: (306)873-4746 E-mail:

Submit a detailed resume and cover letter with salary expectations to: Human Resources Manager Saskatoon Co-operative Association Ltd. 311 Circle Drive West Saskatoon, SK S7L 7C6 Ph: (306) 933-3810 Fax: (306) 933-0352 We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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CLASS 1A DRIVERS WANTED for Canada/USA to haul SP farm machinery, oversized load exp. an asset, benefit plan avail. Please fax resume to 306-776-2382. For more info. call 306-776-2349, Rouleau, SK.

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GIBSON INTERNATIONAL REQUIRES LEASED OPERATORS and DRIVERS to haul cattle in Canada and USA. Cattle hauling experience and a clean abstract an asset. Call for more details 1-800-663-6303, Moose Jaw, SK.

Super-B Bulk Drivers We are currently looking for COMPANY DRIVERS & OWNER OPERATORS. Working in our Ray’s Transport Fleet, these drivers will be hauling grain, fertilizer and livestock feed throughout the Sask, Manitoba and Alberta. This position offers a very busy, year-round employment opportunity! All applicants must have a valid Class 1A license with a clean driver abstract. All applicants must also have at least 2 years driving experience with past SuperB grain / fertilizer being a definite asset. If you are interested in these opportunities, you can contact Eddy at 306-651-4837 for more information OR Apply by sending resume (along with references) to: or fax 306-242-9470 SMALL TRUCKING COMPANY in Central AB looking for water and vac truck drivers. Send resume to: or phone John: 403-844-6351, Condor, AB LOOKING FOR DRIVERS and owner/operator’s to haul crude oil in northern Alberta. Experience an asset, valid class 1, H2S and First Aid required. Great rates, scheduled days off. Please fax resume and abstract to 780-624-8068. TO P WAG E S F O R TO P H A N D S . R. French transport seeking drivers, leased operators and a dispatcher to join their team in the oil patch in southeast Sask. Accommodations avail. Ph 306-577-1950, 306-577-8553 for more info., Forget, SK.

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Alberta equestrian association designs biosecurity manual

Crop bioherbicide several years off


Hand washing, foot baths and general farm cleanliness are among the tips offered to horse owners when they sign up for a biosecurity course. The Alberta Equestrian Federation and Alberta Veterinary Medical Association have produced a workbook for horse owners on biosecurity on the farm and at events. “We thought a proactive approach was needed to adequately deal with equine diseases out in the horse world,” said Julie Kline of the Alberta Equestrian Federation. Horse owners, clubs and 4-H are among those encouraged to attend a free seminar offered throughout the province in the next year. The program is useful for those joining the business as well as more experienced horse owners. Contagious and potentially fatal diseases like equine infectious anemia or swamp fever first detected at a cutting horse event in Texas made horse owners more aware of the need for better biosecurity, she said. The next two sessions will be in Calgary on Oct. 19 and 20, with two access=subscriber section=news,none,none


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Turfgrass approved | The product won’t be available for crops for two years BY JOHN B. PLUCK SASKATOON NEWSROOM

More research is needed before a bioherbicide is ready for commercial release on crops, said the Agriculture Canada scientist who developed the product. “There is quite a bit of work that has to be … done before it (can) go to agriculture,” said Karen Bailey. The department’s Pest Management Centre started trials with the bioherbicide earlier this year on wheat and barley and will continue them next year.

Bailey expects testing to start on alfalfa next year and continue into 2013. She said researchers want to collect enough data on the bioherbicide’s use on crops before applying for commercial approval. Testing is expected to take three years, she added Bailey said the Canadian Pest Management Agency approved the bioherbicide for use on turf grass in June. She now needs to find a company that can mass produce it using the method she developed. Bailey expects the bioherbicide to

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Three new markets have opened to Canadian livestock. The United Arab Emirates lifted a ban on the import of live cattle from Canada for animals born on or after 2009. Breeding sheep and goats are now allowed into Serbia and Malaysia following an announcement by the federal government Sept. 23. That market is worth about $300,000 annually, according to the Canadian Livestock Genetics Association. It estimates the total value market for exports of sheep and goats could be worth about $300,000 annually. Most markets around the world closed to Canada after BSE was discovered in 2003. The beef trade is also continuing to expand and 72 markets are effectively open with specific requirements as to the age of cattle and type of products accepted, said Lotte Elsgaard of Canada Beef Inc.

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KEEP IT CLEAN Veterinarian Roy Lewis emphasizes the need for producers to use proper disinfection techniques in high traffic areas. Cleanliness can greatly reduce health problems in cattle herds. | Page 83

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OLDS, Alta. — A new format to attract purebred cattle exhibitors has been added to the Alberta fall show circuit. The Alberta Supreme is a three way partnership between Edmonton Northlands Farmfair, Lloydminster Stockade Roundup and the Olds Fall Classic. Female and bull champions from the three shows are eligible for the grand prize of a truck at Farmfair when the supreme champions are crowned Nov. 12. Winners from the three Alberta fairs will also qualify for Canadian Western Agribition’s supreme show held Nov. 26 in Regina. The first round of the beef championship was held at Olds Sept. 30-Oct. 2, where six breeds vied for the chance to win big prizes and recognition. The Olds Fall Classic, which is in its second year, replaces the summer fair. It ended two years ago after more than 100 years of operation. Exhibitors came from Alberta and Saskatchewan. “We are really pleased with the strength of the breed shows,” said Tracy Lundago of the Olds Agriculture Society and one of the show organizers. “We have a loyal group of exhibitors and we are always attracting new ones,” she said. The show ended with a parade of champions and the presentation of a community award to recognize livestock industry leadership. This year the award was presented to Louis and Jean Latimer of Remitall West in Olds. Louis Latimer died late last year. Winners at the Olds event were: Black Angus — champion bull and f e m a l e, Mi l l e r Wi l s o n A n g u s, Bashaw, Alta. Red Angus — champion female, Mile High Land and Cattle Co. and Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, Alta.; champion bull, Ter-Ron Farms and Keith and Joan Adams, Forestburg, Alta. Charolais — champion bull and female, Rod and April McLeod, Balzac, Alta. Hereford — champion female, Remitall West, Olds, Alta.; champion bull, Flewelling Cattle Co., Bowden, Alta. Shorthorn — champion female, Creekside Shorthorns, Holden, Alta.; champion bull, Lilac Lane Shorthorns, Innisfail, Alta. Simmental — champion female, Southpaw Cattle Co., Carstairs, Alta.; champion bull, Outlaw Cattle Co. and RPS Livestock, Hussar, Alta.

TOP: Brian Latimer and his son, Isaac, guide the grand champion Hereford female at the Alberta Supreme in Olds, Alta. LEFT: April and Rod McLeod of Balzac, Alta., head the lineup of champions. RIGHT: Lori Morach of Bassano, Alta., showed the grand champion Red Angus female. | BARBARA DUCKWORTH PHOTOS


Free tests offered for herds where disease could limit production BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

The British Columbia department of agriculture has announced free Johne’s disease testing for beef and dairy producers. The voluntary program runs until at least next March and offers testing for Johne’s, a degenerative disease of cattle. Bovine viral disease testing is

also offered. Producers may contact their veterinarian who can take samples during pregnancy checks. Manure samples from animals older than 18 months will also be collected and submitted for testing. The BVD tests involve skin or blood samples. An on-farm risk assessment is first required to determine if a herd has a chance of getting various infectious

diseases that limit production. “There is no charge for the testing. Our animal health lab covers the cost for shipping the empty sample containers to the vet, and once received there is no laboratory charge. The producer pays for a veterinarian to do the risk assessment and collect the samples and presumably, ship them to us,” said department spokesperson Niki Pandachuck.

Other provinces are conducting similar surveillance tests to control the spread of Johne’s, which causes longterm diarrhea and weight loss. There is no vaccine available for the bacterial disease that affects calves through contact with manure, colostrum and milk of older infected animals. For more information, contact provincial veterinarian Brian Radke at 604-556-3066. access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none






Risk assessments play vital role in planning disease control Panel publishes results | Canadian risk assessment meets needs of trading partners, but more work needed BY BARBARA DUCKWORTH CALGARY BUREAU

For many university types, extracurricular activities include sports and socializing but for a group of second year veterinary students at the University of Calgary, their free time is spent learning to check the reproductive tracts of heifers. The clinical skills site of the veterinary school also has horses, llamas, reindeer and a muskox available for teaching handling and management of farm animals. | BARBARA DUCKWORTH PHOTOS


Long before many Canadians had heard of BSE, Agriculture Canada officials conducted an assessment of the likelihood of the tdisease occurring here. The assessment, which was conducted 10 years before the first domestic case was detected in 2003, found a slight risk for such an event to occur. “There were a lot of people who thought this won’t happen. That risk assessment was done in advance and it allowed Canada to respond better than if it had not had that risk assessment in place,” said Alistair Cribb, dean of the University of Calgary’s veterinary faculty. “Did it stop BSE from occurring? No, but the risk assessments are there to inform decision makers and help you mitigate the risk of the event occurring in the first place.” Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz asked the Council of Canadian Academies in 2009 to assemble a panel of 12 international experts who would study Canada’s risk assessment techniques in animal health science and the potential impacts on human health. The panel, chaired by Cribb, determined that animal health risk assessment in Canada appears to meet the needs of trading partners, but a more integrated, multidimensional approach is required.


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Priorities need to be set, better communication developed and more stakeholders included to do better assessments. This will result in better decisions on how to manage a crisis. Risk assessments usually evaluate the probability of a hazard occurring and its possible outcomes. The third dimension should be an analysis of risk management decisions. “With risk management decisions often come further risks and further outcomes. The impact of those outcomes is long term,” said panel member David Hall of the U of C. Outcomes could include animal welfare, political, national security, ecological, social and economic consequences, which Therese Leroux of the University of Montreal’s public policy research centre said need to be considered in the overall plan. For example, diseases such as footand-mouth disease and BSE directly affect health, economics, trade and

the environment, but there are also social and psychological impacts on people and their communities. Panelist Dennis Laycraft, executive vice-president of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, said risks also need to be put in perspective. He said Canada does good research on animal and human health risks, but there are gaps and those working their way through a crisis often rely on on-the-job training. “A risk assessment is only as good as the information that you put into it and the quality of people and their training to actually understand and analyze that information,” Laycraft said. The panel emphasized the need for co-operation and information sharing among many disciplines. If separate groups develop their own risk assessments, they are apt to make different recommendations and may not be as effective. “The key finding was that animal health risk assessment will be most effective for decision making when you use an integrated, multi-dimensional approach,” said Cribb. Transparency is also important, he said, although that doesn’t mean posting plans on a public website. The people who are involved need to understand how to prioritize what needs to be done and the consequences of their decisions. “You need to have your stakeholders and your managers, through a managed process, engaged throughout the risk assessment as it is being conducted,” Cribb said. “You need to document your decisions so people understand and help you maximize your risk communications.” The panel has sent its published results to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the Canadian Public Health Agency. The report is also available to commodity groups, which are often on the front lines when a major disease occurs. Including these groups early on in the process makes them more agreeable to taking steps such as encouraging members to introduce on-farm biosecurity systems or communicating better. Cribb said in an interview that risk assessments are intended to guide decision making and encourage people to buy into risk management . The complete document is available at






Care in vaccines essential to their effectiveness ANIMAL HEALTH


Bovine respiratory disease is one of the most economically important diseases for cattle producers


tâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s getting close to the fall run, which means weaning time on many cow-calf operations. Bovine respiratory disease is one of the most important economic diseases dealt with in the feedlot or in operations that background recently weaned calves. Shipping fever is the common name for this disease because it is associated with transit to feedlots, but perhaps a better name would be weaning fever because most cases are associated with the stress of weaning. An appropriate vaccination program for calves before and after weaning is a vital part of the prevention strategy for respiratory disease. We often take it for granted that vaccinations will be effective, but it is important to handle the vaccines appropriately so that they have the best chance of working. Most of the vaccines that we use to stimulate active immunity fall into two general categories: killed and modified live. Killed vaccines contain dead organisms or just parts of the virus or bacteria, but can still stimulate immune responses in animals. They are usually safe to give to pregnant cows and are usually more stable in terms of storage. Modified live vaccines comprise living organisms that have been altered so that they no longer cause disease but still stimulate an immune response. These vaccines are slightly more fragile in terms of storage but have

Keep equipment clean. Use only hot water for cleaning automatic syringes. Disinfectants can leave a residue that destroys modified live vaccines.

the advantage of stimulating higher levels of immunity in some cases. Some types of modified live vaccines cannot be given to pregnant animals. Veterinarians are often asked to investigate apparent vaccine failures in which vaccinated animals do not seem to be adequately protected by the vaccine that was given. Although few vaccines can guarantee 100 percent protection, many cases of vaccine failure are caused by one of three reasons: â&#x20AC;˘ The animal was already incubating disease when the vaccine was administered. The lag time for the immune system to start producing antibodies is one to two weeks following vaccine administration. The vaccine may appear to be ineffective if the animal is exposed to the virus or bacteria before the vaccine was administered or shortly afterward. However, it is simply because the animal was already incubating disease before the immune system could respond to the vaccine. â&#x20AC;˘ The vaccine was administered incorrectly. Read the label and consult your veterinarian. Many vaccines can be given subcutaneously but some can be given only intramuscularly. Improper administration or less than adequate dosages may not stimulate an adequate immune response. Check the automatic syringes to ensure they are working correctly and administering the correct dose of vaccine. â&#x20AC;˘ The vaccine was not stored properly. Most vaccines require storage at cool temperatures. Freezing or high temperatures may inactivate many vaccines. Mix only enough vaccine for an hour or less and discard leftover modified live vaccines. An insulated cooler helps maintain the right temperature. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t leave vaccines sitting on a truck dashboard while doing errands in town. Some important points to remember when using vaccines: â&#x20AC;˘ Read the label, which will include the dose, withdrawal times, expiration date, timing, route of administration and safety information. â&#x20AC;˘ Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t combine vaccines. Doing so in one syringe can inactivate both vaccines. Follow the label directions. â&#x20AC;˘ Mix enough vaccine for only one hour or less. Keep the vaccine away from extreme heat or cold. â&#x20AC;˘ Get the air out of the automatic syringe. Trapped air can dramatically affect the amount of vaccine that is administered. â&#x20AC;˘ Keep equipment clean. Use only hot water for cleaning automatic syringes. Disinfectants can leave a residue that destroys modified live vaccines.

â&#x20AC;˘ Use an appropriate sized needle for the job. For cattle, it is usually a 16 gauge needle that is have to three quarters of an inch long for subcutaneous injections and one to one a half inches long for intramuscular injections.

â&#x20AC;˘ Change needles frequently, at least every 10 to 25 animals, and give all intramuscular injections in the neck area. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t use a dirty needle when loading the syringe. Only clean needles should be used in the vaccine bottle.

â&#x20AC;˘ Keep detailed records. Keep track of what vaccines are used, including serial and lot numbers. John Campbell is head of large animal clinical sciences at the University of Saskatchewanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Western College of Veterinary Medicine.




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Holding fast as the mercury dips 2011 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Monday, November 21 8:00 AM Canadian National 4H & Youth Judging .....................Stockman’s Arena 9:00 AM Goat Shows ...................................Barn 4 10:00 AM High School Rodeo .........Brandt Centre 10:00 AM Commercial Trade Show Exhibits Open 10:30 AM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 11:30 AM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 12:00 PM Mini Chuckwagon Racing...............................Brandt Centre 12:00 PM Draft Horse Hitch Demo.................................Brandt Centre 12:00 PM Canadian National 4-H & Youth Judging ..................................Auditorium 12:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 1:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 7:00 PM High School Rodeo .........Brandt Centre Tuesday, November 22 9:00 AM Goat Show and Sale.....................Barn 4 9:00 AM Stock Dog CWA International Championship Trials .......Brandt Centre 10:00 AM Youth Showmanship Competition.........Canada Centre Arena 10:00 AM Commercial Trade Show Exhibits Open 10:30 AM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 11:00 AM First Lady Classic .......................Stadium 11:00 AM Bison Sale, Canadian National ...Stockman’s Arena 11:30 AM Youth Team Grooming Competition.........Canada Centre Arena 11:30 AM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 12:00 PM Draft Horse Hitch Demo...Brandt Centre 12:00 PM Mini Chuckwagon Racing...............................Brandt Centre 12:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 1:00 PM Stock Dog CWA International Championship Trials .......Brandt Centre 1:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 3:00 PM Market Steer Show ...................Stadium 6:00 PM First Lady Classic Futurity Parade...........................Stadium 7:00 PM Horse Pull Sponsor Auction.....Stadium 7:00 PM CCA Finals Rodeo - Including Stock Dog Finals .............Brandt Centre

Wednesday, November 23 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:30 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM

Simmental Show ...............Stadium East Speckle Park Show ........ Stadium West Commercial Trade Show Exhibits Open Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena Horse Pulls, Lightweight Division .............................Brandt Centre Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena Mini Chuckwagon Racing...............................Brandt Centre Draft Horse Hitch Demo.................................Brandt Centre Gelbvieh Show ................ Stadium West Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena Angus Masterpiece Sale.....Auditorium Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena Horse Pulls, Middleweight Division .............................Brandt Centre Speckle Park Sale ................Auditorium CCA Finals Rodeo ...........Brandt Centre

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Black Angus Show ...........Stadium East Red Angus Show ............ Stadium West Commercial Trade Show Exhibits Open Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 11:30 AM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 11:30 AM Gelbvieh Sale ........................Auditorium

12:00 PM Draft Horse Hitch Demo.................................Brandt Centre 12:00 PM Mini Chuckwagon Racing...............................Brandt Centre 12:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 12:30 PM Simmental Sale .....................Auditorium 1:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 1:30 PM Shorthorn Ringmaster’s Choice..................Canada Centre Arena 1:30 PM Horse Pulls, Heavyweight Division .............................Brandt Centre 2:30 PM Limousin Show ................ Stadium West 2:30 PM Shorthorn Sale ...Canada Centre Arena 3:00 PM Charolais Sale .......................Auditorium 3:30 PM Ranch Horse Demo ........Brandt Centre 4:00 PM Mainetainer Classic, Maine-Anjou.......Canada Centre Arena 4:00 PM Sheep Show ..................................Barn 5 5:00 PM Hereford Sale , National ......Auditorium 7:00 PM CCA Finals Rodeo ...........Brandt Centre

Friday, November 25 8:00 AM Hereford Show, National Polled and Horned ................................Stadium East 9:00 AM Commercial Cattle, Heifer Alley and Bull Pen Alley ..........Stockman’s Arena 9:00 AM Canada’s Premier Select Ranch Horse Competition ..........Brandt Centre 9:00 AM Shorthorn Show .............. Stadium West 10:00 AM Commercial Trade Show Exhibits Open 10:00 AM Galloway Show ..Canada Centre Arena 10:00 AM Katahdin Sheep Open Show, National Show...............................Barn 4 10:30 AM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 11:30 AM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 12:00 PM Draft Horse Hitch Demo.................................Brandt Centre 12:00 PM Mini Chuckwagon Racing...............................Brandt Centre 12:00 PM Maine Anjou Show ....................Canada Centre Arena 12:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 1:00 PM Prospect Horse Previews 2 & 3 year olds.................Brandt Centre 1:30 PM Limousin Sale ........................Auditorium 1:30 PM Milking Demonstration Dairy Display ............Stockman’s Arena 2:30 PM Canada’s Premier Select Ranch Horse and Prospect Sale ..........Brandt Centre 2:30 PM Charolais Show ............... Stadium West 2:30 PM SSBA Sheep Show .......................Barn 4 3:00 PM Shorthorn Plus Show ....................Canada Centre Arena 5:00 PM Hereford Red Coat Classic ....................................Auditorium 7:00 PM CCA Finals Rodeo ...........Brandt Centre 7:00 PM Angus Sale, Bouchard ............Canada Centre Arena




t’s an annual fall ritual around here. The weather cools off, we get a couple hard frosts at night, we pull out some extra quilts and my wife and I walk by the house’s wall thermostat, wondering who’s going to blink first and turn on the heat. I like to think that every day we bypass the thermostat we’ve saved another day’s college tuition for our children, or maybe the cost of a cup of coffee on that trip to Norway we claim we’ll take someday. At the least, I hope the money saved on the heating bill will cover the co-pay on the doctor visit to treat the frostbite on my toes that accidentally poked out from under the quilts and blankets on those frosty mornings. We’re also quick to pull on a coat in the fall that we wouldn’t wear in the spring, even though the mercury in the thermometer reads exactly the same at both points of time. A temperature of 5 C in the fall feels a lot colder than 5 C in the spring. That’s T-shirt weather in North Dakota in the spring. We practiced up for the inevitable cool fall weather when we pitched a tent in the high elevations of Idaho on our family trip west this summer. It seemed like a nice day and a good idea, but when we woke up the next morning, it was 1 C and we were all access=subscriber section=livestock,none,none

zipped into 10 C sleeping bags. It put a sharp point on the importance of family togetherness. Nylon tents don’t have a real high insulating R-value. Fall and winter weather isn’t something people are anxious to see coming in North Dakota, where the oil boom has workers living in tents, campers and cars, and devastating floods have families living in emergency measures trailers. A lot of insulated skirting will be installed on trailers and RVs these n e x t f e w w e e k s. P i p e s w i l l b e wrapped with insulation and a few faucets will be turned on in the evening to run through the night to keep things from freezing. As for my wife and I, we’ll continue to cheat a little on the thermostat challenge as we head into October. A small space heater or two might find their way next to my feet at the breakfast table. I might turn on the oven, not to cook or bake, because I’m pretty inept at

both, but because it feels so good when you drop the oven door down and feel that heat hit your cold, stiff knees. These are the mornings when I wish we had a wood burning stove. Light a little fire and stand next to it clutching a hot cup of coffee while you soak up the heat radiating from a few sticks of fast burning cottonwood. Then let the fire burn down and do it again the next day. I reckon we won’t be able to avoid winter or the need to heat our home much longer, but we might get in another week without flipping the switch on the thermostat. And the handy thing is with those indoor overnight temperatures, I can leave the milk out on the table at night and still pour myself a cold glass in the morning. Cheers. Here’s to autumn. Ryan Taylor is a rancher, writer and senator in the state legislature from Towner, North Dakota.

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The CWB’s 2012-13 Churchill Storage Program and 2013 Wheat Storage Program are not being offered at this time.

Saturday, November 26 8:00 AM Team Cattle Penning ......Brandt Centre 9:00 AM Prospect Steer and Heifer Show ...........................Auditorium 9:00 AM Junior Beef Extreme, Canadian ....................Stadium 10:00 AM Sheep Show, SSBA ......................Barn 4 10:00 AM Commercial Cattle Sale ............................Stockman’s Arena 10:00 AM Commercial Trade Show Exhibits Open 12:00 PM Mini Chuckwagon Racing...............................Brandt Centre 12:00 PM Katahdin & SSBA Sheep Sale ....Barn 4 12:00 PM Draft Horse Hitch Demo.................................Brandt Centre 1:00 PM Prospect Steer and Heifer Sale .............................Auditorium 2:30 PM Team Cattle Penning Finals.................................Brandt Centre 4:00 PM RBC Beef Supreme Challenge ...................Stadium 7:00 PM CCA Finals Rodeo ...........Brandt Centre 8:00 PM Tailgate Party..............................Stadium

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These program changes have been made in light of uncertainty over the future of the CWB after the current crop year. Producers will continue to be advised of program changes as they occur.

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Trial and error, patience key for canola oil venture Cold press method | On-farm oilseed crusher produces artisanal product aimed at foodies and chefs BY BRYN LEVY SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Olive oil, long the standard for high-end cooking oil, is facing some Canadian competition. Using a technique called cold pressing, where oilseeds are crushed at low temperature to retain more organic matter than conventionally pressed oil, Canadian companies are making small batches of artisanal cooking oil using oilseeds like canola and camelina. Tony Marshall, president of Highwood Crossing Farm, got into cold pressing canola following a trip to Germany in the early 1990s.

on the farm.” Marshall bought a press from a Germa n ma nu f a c t u re r a n d ha d i t shipped to Canada. Importing the equipment was the first hurdle, but making it run once it arrived was also a challenge. A special building had to be constructed to house the press, so that everything would be in accordance with Health Canada regulations concerning food products. Getting the press running was a matter of trial and error, because the manuals were in German, with a few inadequate English translations. Making an organic product has carried its own set of difficulties, said Marshall. Most canola is genetically modified, so obtaining non-GM canola was difficult.

It quickly became apparent that if we were to make this thing work, we needed to start capturing the value ourselves on the farm. TONY MARSHALL HIGHWOOD CROSSING FARM

Marshall was struck by the different attitude Europeans had toward food and was impressed when he saw how people in small communities would flock to their local oil presser once a week to get fresh-pressed oil. Until then, Marshall, and his wife, Penny, had been growing and selling organic crops from their farm near Calgary, which has been in Marshall’s family for 115 years. “It quickly became apparent that if we were to make this thing work, we needed to start capturing the value ourselves

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They don’t grow canola on their own land because they can’t guarantee that GM canola will not creep into their fields, so they have had to find more isolated growers in Alberta who still use non-GM seed. Eventually, the obstacles were overcome and Highwood Farms was in the oil-making business. All they had to do now, was sell the product. Marketing, branding, and selling aren’t necessarily strong suits for producers, said Marshall. Luckily, he had worked in marketing before taking over the family farm. They started selling oil at farmers’ markets and quickly realized they

had a unique product that fit with a growing desire for organic, local food. Liana Robberecht, executive chef of the Calgary Petroleum Club has been using Highwood Crossing Farm’s oil since they began making it. She said that the product fits with the restaurant’s mandate to buy at least 70 percent of their menu locally. More importantly, she said, the oil is an excellent quality product. “It tastes great, and it looks like spun gold on a plate,” she said. Robberecht said chefs are a great target market for producers of niche food products. “Chefs love meeting farmers and producers, because we’re all about where the food comes from.” She added that while marketing savvy is always important, ultimately having a good product is key. “You know the taste of a carrot is going to sell itself. The beautiful finishing touches of an oil, that’s a slamdunk sale,” she said. While setting up an artisanal canola pressing business carries significant challenges, a group of Saskatchewan producers have added another wrinkle with their artisanal oil; getting the product approved as a food product. Three Farmers, a company based near Midale, Sask., makes cold pressed camelina oil. Natasha Vandenhurk, director of sales and marketing said that one of the company’s founders became interested in camelina after attending a presentation on use of the oilseed for biofuel. “He thought there would be more value in it as a food oil,” she said. At the time, camelina had yet to be approved in Canada for use in food. Vandenhurk said that navigating the novel foods approval process, which is required for all new products, was costly and time-consuming. However, she said they knew they’d succeed because camelina has thousands of years of history as a food oil crop in Europe and Asia. With regulatory approval in hand, they started making oil in 2009. Vandenhurk was hired to oversee the marketing. She said all producers wanting to make value-added products should seek marketing expertise. “You need someone full-time to pay attention to that. As long as you understand the product and your target market, you can bring something together,” she said.

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Agco buys GSI (Reuters) — Farm equipment maker Agco Corp. is buying grain storage systems maker GSI Holdings Corp. from the affiliates of private equity firm Centerbridge Partners. The $940 million purchase expands Agco into the grain storage and livestock feed and housing equipment industries. Grain Systems sells products under brands such as GSI, Zimmerman, FFI, DMC, AP Systems, Cumberland and Hired-Hand. access=subscriber section=ag_finance,none,none





Divorce can have tax implications

Project offers farmers HR help BY JOHN B. PLUCK




elationship breakdown can be one of the hardest trials a couple can deal with, but unfortunately it is something that many people face. Along with the emotional and legal aspects of divorce can come a heavy financial burden. However, some costs and financial roadblocks can be avoided by taking preliminary steps.

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The cost of divorce often involves one spouse compensating the other for the care of their children through support payments. But who pays the tax? Child support is not a tax deduction to the person who pays and is not included in the income of the recipient. This means that whoever pays the support also pays the tax. However, spousal support can be deductible to the person who pays and included in the income of the recipient if specific criteria are met. Lump sum spousal support payments are treated differently because the payer cannot deduct the amount for tax purposes.

Many people donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t realize that divorce or separation does not revoke a will. It is important to speak to a lawyer and accountant to update your estate planning, especially if you have children or have entered into another relationship. Sp e a k t o a d v i s e r s b e f o re t h e divorce is finalized. Preferably, involve them in the initial stages so that tax planning and other issues can be done to ensure the most beneficial situation for both parties.

Helping producers recruit and retain farm workers is at the heart of a new project undertaken by the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council. Debra Hauer, manager of the Agriculture HR Toolkit project, said the council is now interviewing producers to assess the types of information they need about human resource management. The feedback will be used to produce a draft human resources guide, which producers will test next year. Project organizers will then finalize the guide and present it in an easy-to-

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understand format. Haur said the guide will include a section on recruiting and retaining temporary foreign workers. She said recruitment information is available online, but regulations can vary between provinces, which makes it beneficial to have all relevant information in one place. The project will also include a review of existing agricultural HR information, both in Canada and internationally. Don Connick, vice-president of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan, said the project is coming at the right time because of an increasing shortage of farm labour. access=subscriber section=news,none,none

Taxes and the home A divorce can mean the sale of a home or the purchase of a second home. When someone sells a home or property, the increased value from the time the property was purchased could trigger capital gains tax. However, the tax does not apply to the home if it is considered the principal residence. A family can usually have only one principal residence, but separated or divorced spouses can have separate principal residences. This can make a big difference if the properties are sold because any increase in worth from that point on may be exempt from capital gains tax, which could be significant. A formal written separation agreement is required if the couple is separated but not divorced. Divorce and business Many couples own a company or run a business, which may need to be split up in a divorce. Some may decide to split all the businessâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; assets and liabilities 50-50, while others may decide to pick and choose which parts of the business they want. Issues can arise if the tax bill is not considered before the divorce is finalized. Elections can often be made to minimize the tax consequence while spouses are still married that cannot be made after a divorce. Talking to a professional adviser before the official divorce can make the exchange of physical assets, investments, cash accounts and other business items go smoothly.


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Fungi could reduce need for fertilizer Breakthrough could boost production in Third World BY MARGARET EVANS FREELANCE WRITER

Norah Tolmie, who runs Aagard Farms with her husband, Jes, checks the winter squash crop on their land north of Brandon. They grow vegetables for farmers’ markets. | ROBERT ARNASON PHOTO

LINDELL BEACH, B.C. — Fungi can greatly enhance food production without the need for copious amounts of fertilizer, says a professor with the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. Ian Sanders studies mycorrhizal fungi, a type of fungus that lives in a symbiotic relationship with plant roots. Plants are able to thrive and grow larger because the fungi are able to extract phosphate from the soil for the plant’s benefit. “The fungus lives inside the roots but produces fine filaments called hyphae which grow out from the roots into the soil,” he told the general meeting of the American Society for Microbiology in New Orleans earlier this summer. “They act as an extension of the roots’ system and are able to exploit the soil for nutrients more efficiently than the plant roots.” Plants in the tropics are especially deprived of phosphate because of the structure and chemistry of the soil. “Most tropical soils are highly acidic and very low in phosphate,” said Saunders. “When it’s added to the soil in the form of fertilizer, the phosphate binds to the soil particles and the plant cannot get it. Farmers in the tropics add enormous amounts of phosphate fertilizer, if they can afford it, but get very few benefits in growth increase. Adding mycorrhizal fungi can potentially reduce the amount of fertilizer needed as they help the plants to get the phosphate that is bound to soil particles.” Saunders said arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are the main types of mycorrhizal fungi, forming symbioses with 80 percent of land plants. They are found in all terrestrial ecosystems from the tropics to the tundra. This group of fungi is the only one known to provide this service to plants, exchanging the phosphate with the plant for carbohydrates. They have been doing this with almost all plants since plants began growing on land 460 million years ago. Mycorrhizal fungi also help some plants during times of drought, can help plants obtain other important nutrients and can protect plants against pathogens. Many commercial crops form this association with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, including rice, wheat, potatoes, cassava and corn, but crops that don’t share this association

include members of the brassicaceae family of vegetables, such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and mustard. Phosphate reserves are rapidly depleting because of increasing demand. This drives up prices, making it unaffordable for many farmers. Phosphate production requires energy, which links the price of fertilizer to the price of oil and makes food prices unstable. Some countries are banning exports and are now stockpiling phosphate. However, recent biotechnological breakthroughs now allow scientists to produce the fungi and suspend them in high concentrations in a gel for easy transportation. Saunders and his team are testing the effectiveness of the gel on cassava, which is one of the most important food crops in the tropics. The gel is fully approved and licensed for safe use in the European Union, and human consumption of the crops has no known side effects. Saunders said there is also interest in using the fungi to help plants grow on heavy-metal contaminated soils and help re-vegetation programs on waste industrial land. The fungi has been used for these kinds of purposes in North America. The development of the gel to greatly expand food production at a far lower cost than fertilizer application has enormous implications for agricultural communities in developing countries. Two-thirds of the global population lives in these regions, where poverty and malnourishment is a constant challenge. Aid from developed countries is a mitigating, but limited, factor. Saunders said it makes more sense to enhance food production at the source. “The fungi, as well as many technologies that already exist in developed countries, could enhance growth of many crops in the tropics,” he said. “If done so correctly, it could lead to a large reduction in food production costs on a global scale as most of the food needed to feed the human population could be produced in the tropics. It would result in reduced poverty and economic enhancement that would affect more people than those living in Europe and North America combined. The potential is enormous (and) it could have global economic importance.” The European company Mycovitro developed the gel in collaboration with the research team. access=subscriber section=news,crops,production


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Residents rally to save town from raging fire Winds blamed | Recycling plant threatened BY WILLIAM DEKAY SASKATOON NEWSROOM

RADISSON, Sask. — Randy Skopyk was midway through his lunch when he heard the news. A fire was out of control west of the community, about 70 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon. Skopyk, a farmer and custom sprayer, dropped his fork and raced home to fire up his water truck. It was 1:15 p.m. While Skopyk headed for the scene of the blaze with the water, two hired hands unhooked the grain cart from the tractor and connected the tandem discs. About the same time, about two kilometres east of Radisson, Corey Loessin was puffing toward the smoke with his set of discs. He and brother Nolan had been combining oats when they saw the smoke drifting across the field. Nolan is a volunteer firefighter, so when he got the call, both brothers turned their attentions away from the harvest to help fight the fire. Skopyk, Loessin, and the Radisson volunteer fire department, arrived on the scene to find the community’s 50 acre campground on fire, just west of the town’s boundary. Skopyk said the next several hours of Sept. 28 were a blur. With a 60 km/h wind blowing from the northwest, Skopyk said they had to stop pouring the water on because the smoke became so intense. Skopyk and Loessin’s tandem discs created a fireguard around the park. Heavy equipment was also used to push trees into a pile to create a barrier. “The fire was moving through those trees like you see a forest fire on TV,” said Loessin. Fueled by the wind, the flames soon burst from the bush and headed straight for Highway 16.

“When the fire came out of the bush, it came out pretty hard towards the highways and recycling plant,” said Skopyk. The fire ignited large rectangular bails of compressed cardboard and paper stacked up against the side of the recycling building. Fortunately, Skopyk was able to get his water truck in close enough despite the heat and smoke. “My two hired guys and about five other guys from town basically saved that building. I was mostly just the driver. It was the rest of the guys who were right in the fire and the smoke trying to save the recycling plant,” he said. The building received minor charring but was saved. Radisson mayor Walter Kyliuk thinks the wooden recycling building would have been like a flamethrower in the strong winds if the fight to save it had failed. “If the recycling building would have gone, the next building adjacent to it would have gone and there’s so much cardboard and paper in there, with the wind it would have been igniting the rest of the town,” he said. “Randy Skopyk is apparently credited with saving it because the smoke was so heavy that nobody noticed, but somehow he was exactly in the right spot, at the right time to notice it,” he said. By 6 p.m., the fire was under control, thanks in part to the strength and direction of the wind. Fire crews from Borden, Maymont, Saskatoon and the Rural Municipalities of Great Bend and Mayfield also were on the scene. “The town pulled together very much so. It’s a credit to everyone that became involved,” said Kyliuk. The fire started at an old, wooden two-story barn on an acreage west of the park. Burning shingles blew into the dry bush and deadfall in the campground.


Ag career good choice: survey BY BRYN LEVY SASKATOON NEWSROOM

A Farm Credit Canada survey has concluded that most producers would recommend a career in agriculture to a friend or family member. The survey, which polled more than 2,000 consumers and producers online in March, found that 80 percent of producers said they would encourage a family member or friend to consider a career in agriculture. However, the number was much lower among consumers, with 20 percent saying they would consider a career in agriculture and 27 percent saying they would recommend an ag career to someone else. Another section of the survey asked access=subscriber section=news,none,none

respondents to pick five words to describe the ag industry. Both consumers and producers chose “weather-dependent,” “struggling,” “under-recognized,” “underpaid” and “essential.” FCC chief operating officer Remi Lemoine said the low number of people outside the industry who would pursue an ag career shows the need for stakeholders to emphasize the positives that the industry has to offer. “It’s a bit of a habit of the industry to focus on problems and not talk up all the good things,” he said. Lemoine said the FCC intends to keep this in mind in its future communications and is encouraging other industry players, such as producers.

Fire inspectors fan out to investigate a fire that occurred west of Radisson, Sask. A two-storey barn went up in flames and spread to a 50 acre community campground bordering the town. | WILLIAM DEKAY PHOTO

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Farmers being displaced by investments: Oxfam Canada Land in developing world bought to produce food or biofuel for foreign nations BY BRYN LEVY SASKATOON NEWSROOM

It’s something straight out of a nightmare for many farmers: being forced off the land they and their family have worked for generations, with no compensation. A new report from a leading international charity says that nightmare is being inflicted on an increasing number of farmers in the developing world as multinational corporations buy land. Oxfam International claims that investors have bought as many as 560 million acres of land in developing countries since 2001. Its report said 70 percent of the land deals have been for agriculture, with some bought to produce food or biofuel for foreign countries. The report praises investment for helping to promote development and growth for local residents, but it said “too many investments have resulted in dispossession, deception, violation of human r ights and destruction of livelihoods.” The report looks at land acquisitions in Uganda, Indonesia, Guatemala, Honduras and South Sudan. Oxfam estimates that 22,000 people were displaced from land in Uganda that had been farmed by their families for thousands of years to make way for a British logging company. The report said they were evicted by force and had their homes and fields bulldozed. “There’s a whole series of myths at play here that have us sleepwalking into a future that’s not in our interest,” Oxfam Canada executive director Robert Fox said. Fox decried speculators who have fuelled what he sees as a bubble in land and commodity prices. National Farmers’ Union president Terry Boehm said farmers’ loss of control of their land wasn’t just a developing world phenomenon. He said huge debt in Canada has forced farmers into contractual arrangements with seed companies and processors that have effectively turned them into tenant farmers. He encouraged Canadians to buy local food when possible and be vigilant about their investments. Fox said companies that buy land often receive loans from the World Bank, which is funded partly with Canadians’ tax dollars. He said Canadians must pressure their government to act on behalf of dispossessed farmers in the developing world and regulate the behaviour of Canadian companies abroad.


Long road back from accident Giving thanks | Aylsham, Sask., farmer is grateful for family, friends during recovery from two concussions BY KAREN MORRISON SASKATOON NEWSROOM

AYLSHAM, Sask. — The aftermath of a snowmobile accident six years ago went far beyond physical injuries for Rod Malberg. His children, Nikki and Allen, said their father gave answers to questions they didn’t ask. His wife, Debbie, said her husband lost his quick wit, lacked energy and had trouble making decisions. Rod recalled difficulties driving, moving and walking, needing to hold onto walls to keep himself steady. “I had to spray (fields) at five m.p.h. because things were going by so fast,” said the Aylsham farmer. An avid sledder since the age of 12, he was snowmobiling with two friends on a March evening in 2005 when he hit a drainage ditch near Arborfield, Sask. “I overran the headlights and it was too late to stop,” Rod said. His head bounced off the handlebars before he was thrown 23 metres and knocked unconscious. “My tobogganing friends turned me on my side so I wouldn’t drown in my own blood,” said Rod, who was taken by ambulance to the hospital in Nipawin. Doctors put 14 stitches in his face, diagnosed a broken nose and pushed back teeth and sent him home the next day. One and a half years later, he would learn he had suffered hemorrhaging in the front and back parts of the brain and two concussions that he continues to be treated for today. Despite significant impairment, he soldiered on with help from family, neighbours and far m employees. “If the kids hadn’t come back, I wouldn’t be farming,” said Rod. “Everyone just filled in the blanks.” Debbie said her children have watched Rod slowly return to the father they once knew. “Nikki and Allen, knowing their father’s love for farming, knew they had to step up to the plate and they did by putting their life on hold every spring and fall and helped their father,” she said. Farming for the Malbergs this year brought more challenges, including spring flooding that delayed seeding and harvest. The accident forced Allen to leave a job in the oil patch in northern British Columbia, while Nikki, who was about to graduate from high school, had to delay emergency medical technician training until after harvest that fall. Both picked up their Class 1A trucking licences to operate the semi trailer and both have contin-

Accident victim Rod Malberg, standing beside his Great Dane pup, received much help from his wife, Debbie, and their children, Nikki and Allen, who put their lives on hold to keep the farm operating after Rod was seriously injured. | KAREN MORRISON PHOTO ued to return for seeding and harvest every year since the accident. Debbie said that took much of the pressure off Rod, who always hoped his children would work with him on the farm, which his grandfather started in 1913 after emigrating from Sweden. Like Rod, the farm also experienced many changes after the accident. The Malbergs gave up their leaf cutter bees, elk and seed potatoes to minimize the workload, but they still grow canola, oats, wheat and hemp on 10.5 sections. Rod also once built grain elevators with a crew of 50 workers, while Debbie operated a beauty salon. “Rod has slowed down a lot,” said Debbie, who noted he continues to receive regular craniosacral thera-

py to aid healing. “You can’t bandage it, you can’t pop a pill for it,” she said. “They didn’t realize he was as bad as he was.” Debbie said her once high-energy, burly husband was accustomed to doing more than what is typical for most people, which meant his underlying condition was overlooked because functioning in the lower average range in medical tests looked deceptively adequate. Nikki said she would often catch her father staring into space, while Allen noted changes in personality and energy levels. “He would barely get out of bed,” he said. Debbie said it’s been a long, slow

road back from that winter night. Now, with Rod back to about 90 percent of normal, his children are looking ahead. Both remain interested in farming but are also pursuing their own paths. Allen hopes to acquire a business soon and Nikki started nursing college this fall. With winter just months away, Rod proudly shows off his latest snowmobile in a farm shed while explaining how much slower he now drives. “I don’t sled like I used to. I turned into a grandpa,” he said. His advice to others is to play it safe, slow down at night, use groomed trails and know the route well before heading out. “I may be the luckiest guy around.” access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none





Dad’s love of farming rubs off on family Contagious enthusiasm | Integrated family enjoys rural lifestyle and friendly neighbours BY ROBERT ARNASON BRANDON BUREAU

CLANDEBOYE, Man. — If Curtis McRae ever decides to give up farming, a second career as a motivational speaker might suit him perfectly. “I think Curtis is one of the happiest people that I know,” said Curtis’s wife, Nancy, at the family’s farm near Clandeboye, Man. “He loves what he does.” Curtis and his brother, Mac, who lives a short distance away, produce wheat, canola and run a herd of 100 cows on 5,000 acres northwest of Oak Hammock Marsh, the home of Ducks Unlimited Canada. The two brothers were in the middle of harvesting their wheat crop when interviewed, but Curtis appeared relaxed and at ease as he took time to sit down and explain why he loves farming and the farm lifestyle. Curtis, who smiles when he talks, said he’s fascinated by the challenge of running a farm and is always looking to adopt new agricultural practices to operate the farm more efficiently. A degree in agricultural engineering from the University of Manitoba has spawned a few of his ideas, but another possibility is that he inherited the innovation gene from his father, Garry, who passed away last year. Curtis said his dad was the true risk taker in the family. “We (Curtis and his brother Mac) were the anchors to my dad’s plans,” said Curtis, who added the three McRaes liked to watch and compare their conflicts to American Chopper, a reality TV show where a father and two sons squabble as they attempt to build custom motorcycles. “We used to watch (it) together, look at each other and just laugh,” Curtis said. Although he initially resisted a few of his dad’s ideas, Curtis learned to embrace his innovations. One thing he definitely learned from his dad was the importance of using the latest and best farm equipment. “We were the first farm north of the city (Winnipeg) to have a tractor on tracks,” said Curtis, who explained they normally grow 4,000 to 4,500 acres of wheat and canola. “And the first farm in Manitoba to have a combine on tracks. The truck driver still remembers bringing it out here (in 2000).” Ru n n i n g l a r g e e q u i p m e n t i s essential on the McRae farm because the family likes to keep things in house. “That’s kind of how this farm operates…. It’s always been family members and the only way we can do that is by having higher end equipment,” said Curtis, who noted his mom, Gwen, plays an active role on the farm, keeping everyone fed and organized. Besides using 600 horsepower Cat combines and a 64-foot air seeder, Curtis also likes to experiment with innovative farm practices. Several years ago, the McRaes swathed a portion of their canola acres and straight combined the

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Curtis McRae transfers a truckload of wheat into a bin on his farmyard near Clandeboye, Man. McRae and his brother, Mac, farm 4,000 to 4,500 acres of wheat and canola. LEFT: Lauryn, left, Emily and Nancy McRae have lived in cities across Canada, but happily adjusted to rural life after joining Curtis and his daughter, Brookelyn, above photo, to form a modern farm family. | ROBERT ARNASON PHOTOS

remainder. They now combine all their canola straight because it eliminates swathing time and the difference in seed size is immense. “It’s bowling balls, the size difference. Because it (the seed) is allowed to fill.” Aside from agricultural innovations, there has been another significant change on Curtis’s farm in the last few years. Curtis married Nancy, who moved onto the farm with her two daugh-

ters, Emily, 15, and Lauryn, 10. The three joined Curtis and his daughter, Brookelyn, 7, to form a modern farm family. Nancy, who grew up on an acreage north of Winnipeg and spent most of her adult life in cities across Canada, adjusted easily to life on the McRae farm. “You get into that hustle and bustle in the city,” she said. “In the country, the important things come into focus, like family…. It’s awesome that you can drive down the road and your

neighbours are waving to you.” The McRae kids have also become accustomed to farm life and they don’t crave a job and life in the city. “I’m entering Grade 10. So I’m thinking about that (career options) but I haven’t decided,” said Emily. “I really like living here and being on a farm… I don’t think I can go back (to the city).” Looking into the future, Curtis and Nancy said it would be wonderful if one of their kids would take over the farm. However, that’s a decision the

kids can put off for some time because Curtis is still younger than 40. “Do what makes you happy…. Go out and work somewhere else. Then come back (to the farm) if you want to,” he said, speaking to his daughter, Lauryn. “(But) I’m not going anywhere for a while.” Nancy can’t imagine Curtis living a life that doesn’t involve farming. “Curtis and Mac love, love, love what they do. They’re going to die here on the farm.”




Go-to Gadgets In our kitchen, we would be lost without our colourful Kitchen Craft Colour Works silicon utensils. They are easy to manoeuvre in dough and liquid and the vivid colours make the kids want to help in the kitchen. The Magic Bullet mixer makes it easy to make smoothies. The mixing cups are the size of a large glass and come with go-lids if desired. The bullet is also easier to clean than a large blender. We would also be lost without the small Henckels paring knife and kitchen scissors. And I would not be able to clean little spills, chrome taps, kitchen windows or cutting boards without a spray bottle of half water, half vinegar. — Mirosovsky

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Apple pie bars are a great way to use fruit from the yard. For a healthy snack, try flax chocolate chip cookies. |


What is the handiest gadget in your kitchen? We would love to hear about what it is and why you can’t cook without it. We will draw from the entries for a basket of kitchen wares and share your stories with readers. Send a brief explanation along with a picture of your gadget by Oct. 30 to: Kitchen Gadgets, The Western Producer, Box 2500, Saskatoon, Sask., S7K 2C4


Comfort food to tempt the family this Thanksgiving weekend TEAM RESOURCES


Celebrate a bountiful harvest of vegetables and fruit this Thanksgiving


hanksgiving is long awaited visits with family and friends, early evening sunsets that make way for bright starlit nights and a warm home cooked meal with a sweet ending. When I asked my kids what they would consider a perfect Thanksgiving meal, they agreed it was roast turkey, mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables and as an encore, fruit salad with treats they could eat with their fingers. It is a great time to cook with the abundant harvest from fields and gardens. Turkey preparation Truly a comfort food that signifies holidays and large gatherings, turkey is the perfect comfort food. A good rule of thumb is buying one pound (0.45 kg) of bird per person at the meal. Read the labels in the grocery store to find out the exact weight. Go bigger if you want to make use of leftover turkey in soups or fresh buns. If you like pre-stuffed frozen tur-

key, remember not to thaw these birds, but place them directly into a heated oven. For all others, defrost in the refrigerator, breast side up. Allow approximately five hours per pound. Once your bird is ready to cook, season with your favourite herbs and spices. I prefer salt, pepper, poultry seasoning and sage. Place breast side up in a roasting pan, baste the skin with melted butter or oil. Tent the bird lightly with foil. Bake at 325 F (160 C) for about 20 minutes per pound or until a meat thermometer reads 170 to 180 F and juices run clear. Remove the tent for the last hour of cooking. Let the bird rest for 20 minutes before carving.

ZUCCHINI STICKS They are a simple and nutritious appetizer or a great accompaniment with leftover turkey in a bun. 1 pouch Shake ’n Bake original coating mix 1 tbsp. fresh chopped 15 mL parsley 1 egg 1 tbsp. water 15 mL 4 zucchini (small to medium) cut in strips similar to wedges 1/2 c. ranch dressing 125 mL Preheat the oven to 400 F (200 C). Mix the dry coating mix with the parsley on a flat plate or dish. Combine the egg and water in a bowl. Dip zucchini sticks in the egg mix, then roll in the dry coating mix. Place on a greased baking sheet. Bake for 20 minutes, cool slightly and serve with dressing. Source:

MASHED POTATO CASSEROLE This dish can be prepared ahead. 10 to 12 large white or Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled and cubed 1 medium onion, cut in half 1 c. sour cream 250 mL 1/2 c. cream cheese 125 mL 1 tsp. salt 5 mL Cook potatoes and onion in a large pot of water until tender. Drain and remove the halved onion. Add the sour cream, cream cheese and salt to the cooked potatoes and mash thoroughly. Place the creamed mixture into a nine x 13 inch (22 x 33 cm) baking pan. Cover with plastic and refrigerate for up to two days. Heat oven to 350 F (180 C) when ready to bake the casserole. Remove the plastic wrap and cover with foil or a lid before baking for one hour. Before serving, sprinkle with bacon bits, green onion or cheese if desired. Source:

ROAST DILLED CARROTS Place eight to 10 peeled and sliced carrots in a nine x 13 inch (22 X 33 cm) baking pan or casserole dish. Pour one-half cup (125 mL) of melted butter over the carrots, toss and sprinkle three tablespoons (45 mL) fresh green or dried dill that has been chopped fine over the carrots. Season with a dash of salt and pepper and bake at 350 F (180 C) for one hour. Stir occasionally. Variation: Add two quartered onions or some parsnips for flavour if desired.

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Pastry: 2 1/2 c. 1/2 tsp. 1 tbsp. 3/4 c. 1 3/4 c. 1/2 tsp.

flour salt sugar cold butter egg yolk ice water vinegar

625 mL 2 mL 15 mL 175 mL 175 mL 2 mL

In a bowl, mix together the flour, salt and sugar. Cut in the butter until the mixture is large crumbs. Add the egg, water and vinegar. Work the dough until it forms a ball. Divide the dough in half. Place in a sealed container or bag and let rest in the fridge. Fruit Filling: 5 c. apples, peeled 1.25 L and cored 1 c. sugar 250 mL 1 tsp. cinnamon 5 mL pinch of each nutmeg and salt 2 tbsp. cornstarch 30 mL Peel and core apples and cut into slices. Sprinkle the sugar, spices, salt and cornstarch on top of the apples and mix. Carefully roll out one-half of the dough on a floured surface into a large rectangle (about nine x 13 inches or 22 x 33 cm). Place on a cookie sheet. Spoon the apple filling onto the pastry, leaving the edges for pinching. To seal the pastry, whisk an egg yolk with about two teaspoons (10 mL) of water and brush around the rim of the pastry. Roll out the second half of the pastry and place on top of the apple mix. Pinch and flute the edges. Cut vents on the top pastry layer and brush with the

egg/water mixture and sprinkle with sugar if desired. Bake at 400 F (200 C) for 30 minutes until the pastry is golden. Once cooled, drizzle with a combination of one cup (250 mL) icing sugar, two tbsp. (30 mL) softened cream cheese, two tsp. (10 mL) lemon juice and one tsp. (5 mL) water. Cut into squares and enjoy.

CHEWY CHOCOLATE CHIP FLAX COOKIES The addition of flax makes these breakfast cookies more nutritious. 1 c. butter, softened 1 c. brown sugar, packed 1/2 c. white sugar 2 eggs 2 tsp. vanilla 1 1/2 c. flour 1 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. salt 3 c. oatmeal 1/2 c. ground flax seed 1 c. chopped pecans 1 c. chocolate chips

250 mL 250 mL 125 mL 10 mL 375 mL 5 mL 2 mL 750 mL 125 mL 250 mL 250 mL

Preheat the oven to 325 F (160 C) Cream together the butter and sugars until smooth. Beat in the eggs one at a time and add the vanilla. Combine the flour, soda and salt. Add to the creamed mixture until just blended. Stir in the oats, flax, pecans and chocolate chips. Form into balls and place on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 14 minutes. Jodie Mirosovsky is a home economist from Rosetown, Sask., and a member of Team Resources. Contact: access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none





Preventing acid reflux HEALTH CLINIC



Do you know why I get heartburn if I drink more than one or two cups of coffee? I seem to be fine with other drinks, including alcoholic ones. Does this mean I am allergic to coffee?


It is important to pay attention to heartburn and treat it, especially if you get it frequently. Over time, gastro esophageal reflux disease or GERD can damage the lining of your esophagus due to acid regurgitation and cause serious ulceration and other problems. This is not a true food allergy. Avoid food and drink that can trigger reflux. In your case, the offending drink is coffee, but it could also be other caffeine containing drinks such as colas or hot chocolate. Tea is less likely to cause problems unless you drink it so strong and black that it looks like coffee. Acidic fruit such as oranges and lemons, and fruit juices made from them, can also lead to GERD. Tomatoes are also quite acidic. Fatty foods such as full fat dairy products should be avoided. Peppermint and spearmint, often found in antacids, may make matters worse. If you are overweight, consider shedding some pounds, because a large pot belly puts pressure on the lower abdominal sphincter when you bend over or lie flat. Avoid bending or exercising after eating a large meal, and don’t eat within two hours of bedtime. Your doctor can prescribe a variety of medications for GERD such as Pantoloc, but you probably will not need them if you take the preventive measures.


My son suffers from bipolar disorder. He used to take a mood stabilizer to keep him on an even keel. Recently he has stopped taking the drug, lithium, because his doctor says he will do just as well with taking tranquilizers if he gets too high. Is this correct or is my son saying this as an excuse not to take his pills.

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Sask. wins second place in equestrian event BY BRYN LEVY SASKATOON NEWSROOM

Team Saskatchewan finished second with 162 points at the Canadian Equestrian Championships, which wrapped up in Bromont, Que., on Sep. 18. Brooklyn Braun, the Saskatchewan

team’s youngest member at 13 years old and one of the youngest riders in the competition, captured a gold medal in junior reining. The event, the first of its kind in Canada, featured teams of riders representing their provinces in dressage, show jumping, and reining. Points were tallied for individuals in access=subscriber section=farmliving,news,none


Recent studies have shown that in some cases of bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression, taking a major tranquillizer or antipsychotic medication when the person is manic, not depressed, works just as well if not better than taking a mood stabilizer. If your son is manic or high more often than he is depressed, this may be the treatment of choice. Mood stabilizers, which include lithium and valproic acid, are useful in some situations such as rapid cycling bipolar disorder, but their use has to be carefully monitored with regular blood tests and frequent followups.

participating next year, with two provinces already expressing interest in attending. Smith said rotating the event between provinces is complicated by the need for a large pool of loaner horses for the athletes, which is a difficult task for more sparsely populated provinces. The location for next year’s event is yet to be determined, but Smith said that Quebec has offered to host it again.

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the under 18 and senior categories with medals going to the highest scorers. Quebec won the team event with 215 points, with Nova Scotia in third with 120 points. “The whole event was quite amazing, and it was such a unique experience for all our athletes,” said Mae Smith, executive director of the Saskatchewan Horse Federation. Smith expects the success of this year’s event will mean more teams

Brooklyn Braun rides Charlie during a training session near Beechy, Sask., before the Canadian Equestrian Championships held in Bromont, Que. Braun won a gold medal in the junior reining competition. | BRYN LEVY PHOTO

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Something is wrong with my family. We don’t connect with each other. It is so bad that last year on Christmas Eve, the one night of the year devoted to family life, I went to church by myself while my husband dozed on the couch in front of the television set, our oldest boy spent the evening with his girlfriend and her family, and the two younger children played video games and sent text messages out on their cellphones. This is ridiculous, but I am not sure what to do about it. How can I get us as a family to spend more time together without TVs and electronic devices keeping us apart?


I think that you need to buy a new kitchen table. Try finding one that looks like the one you used to see at Grandma’s house. The kitchen table was the centre of the universe. It was here that Grandma rolled out her pastry to make apple pies, where neighbours sat nursing cups of coffee, where the kids did their homework and where Dad sorted out the monthly bills. Moms

and dads sat around the table making plans about the kids or crop for the coming season. Unfortunately in many homes, the magic of the kitchen table is gone, and with it has disappeared the central character of the close-knit farm family. People today often spend too much time in their own worlds, feeling lonely and lost. With both parents struggling to bring in enough income to keep the family floating, there is only limited time to bring the family together. As much as we might like to try, the odds are not in favour of recreating the magic of the kitchen table. But all is not lost. No one is asking you to give up the electronic hardware. That would be unrealistic. But it does not hurt to have a few rules governing when the devices are switches off. Counterbalance the isolation and feeling of loneliness in your home with regular family meetings and family fun activities. The rule is that family times should not to be disturbed by television programs, cellphones, computers or digital games. Family times are not likely to replace the magic of the kitchen table but they encourage connections between parents and children, and that makes them worthwhile. Jacklin Andrews is a family counsellor from Saskatchewan. Contact: jandrews@ access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none

A mule deer pauses to check out its surroundings as it grazes in the long grass of a farmyard south of Grande Prairie, Alta. The rain combined with the warm temperatures has helped crops and pastures in the southern Peace River District after several years of drought. | RANDY VANDERVEEN PHOTO


Issues to consider if heading south


s the weather gets colder, many people’s thoughts turn to heading to warmer climes for all or part of the winter. While not the most pleasant part of a winter holiday, some legal considerations apply and bear thinking about before you go. Making sure all your legal bases are covered before you leave will ultimately make your winter break far less stressful. access=subscriber section=farmliving,none,none

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First, think about things back home. Some items, such as ensuring livestock left behind are being cared for, are obvious and have no doubt already been arranged. But there are some subtler things to think about. Check your farm insurance policy. Are there any restrictions on leaving your home or outbuildings unattended? Will you lose your insurance in the event of a fire or other disaster if you are away and don’t have someone checking your place on a regular basis? Some policies require a person to be living there at all times. Read your policy, talk to your insurance agent or broker, and gain some peace of mind knowing that if disaster strikes while you are gone, you will be covered for any losses. Property should probably be a second consideration. Your personal health and safety comes first. Consider the state of your health insurance. Do you have any? Any prudent traveller will purchase health insurance to guard against high costs of foreign (especially American) medical care. I am constantly amazed at the number of people I hear about who travel with no insurance whatsoever. I load up on it. My own travel policy basically provides that I am airlifted out of whatever country I’m in and brought to the United States or Canada as soon as medically possible. I pay a bit extra for it, but it is definitely worth it. Also be aware that travel insurance policies currently being sold often have extensive clauses limiting coverage for “pre-existing conditions.” These exclusions are being strictly interpreted and may result in a lack of insurance. So if you are diabetic, have heart disease or cancer, or any other diagnosed chronic condition, check your health insurance carefully to make sure you will be covered in the event of illness. Next, check the entry requirements of your destination, but also check any waypoints. A relative of mine recently had to travel to the Dominican Republic in a hurry. His passport had expired. The Dominican Republic is one of the few countries left where you don’t need a passport to enter, but can enter with photo ID, a birth certificate and proof of when you are leaving. He went on short notice because it



was a direct flight, but had he been routed through the U.S., he would not have been admitted without a passport. So check the passport, visa and other entrance requirements of your warm weather destination in advance of your departure date. Many snowbirds travel to the U.S. We have already seen a tightening of border security with our southern neighbours. It is now safe to assume you are not getting in without a passport. There is the option of getting a wallet-sized NEXUS card, which you can apply for online. Your Canadian passport remains the best mode of international identification and is readily accepted at all U.S. entry points. Canada and the U.S. enjoy good relations and share the same goals in monitoring the border. Both countries wish to keep the border closed to health, safety and security threats, but open to legitimate trade and travel. The upsurge in terrorist activity in recent years has heightened security concerns. I have a pacemaker and cannot go through the metal detectors and have been subjected to a pat down by a U.S. border agent. At the border, being polite and respectful will likely gain better results than being rude or funny. I recently saw a guy in an airport, wearing a T-shirt saying “I miss Bush, but I’m reloading.” That may be funny to some, but U.S. Customs may have a different view. Use some common sense and discretion. Have the phone number and address of the nearest Canadian embassy or consulate with you in advance of a trip, in case you run into trouble. For more information, visit www. Rick Danyliuk is a lawyer with McDougall Gauley LLP in Saskatoon. Contact him by e-mail at


THIS WEEK’S TEMPERATURE FORECAST Oct. 6 - 12 (averages are in °C)



THIS WEEK’S PRECIPITATION FORECAST Oct. 6 - 12 (averages are in mm)

Much above normal

Above normal

Churchill Prince George

Churchill Prince George


Edmonton Calgary




Saskatoon Regina

Below normal



Saskatoon Regina

Winnipeg 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)





last week High Low Assiniboia Broadview Eastend Estevan Kindersley Maple Creek Meadow Lake Melfort Nipawin North Battleford Prince Albert Regina Rockglen Saskatoon Swift Current Val Marie Yorkton Wynyard

28.7 27.1 27.3 27.0 29.1 31.6 22.5 25.3 26.2 26.4 24.8 28.9 28.8 27.8 30.1 30.6 27.2 26.3

MANITOBA Temperature

last week since April 1 mm mm %

1.9 0.7 -0.5 2.6 -0.3 -2.2 -0.8 0.8 -1.4 -1.3 1.8 3.2 1.5 0.1 -0.4 -3.0 2.6 3.1

0.0 0.3 0.0 0.0 3.4 0.0 0.0 0.4 0.6 0.8 2.0 0.5 0.0 0.3 0.4 0.0 0.4 0.0

432.3 299.2 222.8 469.3 295.0 203.5 324.7 209.5 241.3 246.5 385.8 330.2 365.3 217.3 317.1 249.0 372.0 322.3

158 98 84 158 126 84 107 69 75 92 128 120 141 85 125 109 116 112

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

30.8 25.5 20.8 29.9 22.2 16.5 17.8 29.0 26.0 32.2 30.4 18.0 26.0 26.6 25.9 25.4



last week since April 1 mm mm %

-3.4 -0.4 -2.6 -3.0 -4.6 -1.4 -0.5 -3.7 -0.9 -0.7 -4.5 -0.5 -2.8 -0.1 1.4 -4.0

0.5 0.8 3.6 0.4 1.9 1.7 3.0 1.0 0.8 0.0 0.0 2.8 2.2 0.6 0.7 2.9

185.0 406.5 426.6 231.8 354.2 359.9 241.2 315.6 314.2 175.4 218.6 406.9 354.2 391.8 351.4 227.9

79 126 141 83 99 116 90 122 105 79 77 142 110 105 106 72

last week High Low Brandon Dauphin Gimli Melita Morden Portage la Prairie Swan River Winnipeg

27.0 28.5 26.5 29.0 27.3 27.4 27.4 26.4

Precipitation last week since April 1 mm mm %

-0.6 -2.3 -1.6 0.4 0.0 -1.6 -1.2 -3.6

0.3 2.3 2.6 0.0 0.0 0.2 3.5 0.5

427.4 274.3 290.2 398.9 371.4 254.4 248.5 273.5

128 79 83 126 103 73 69 76

-0.4 -1.2 4.8 0.4 -4.3

4.7 1.5 0.3 15.9 0.0

225.3 433.4 138.9 143.0 326.3

96 140 88 69 107

BRITISH COLUMBIA Cranbrook Fort St. John Kamloops Kelowna Prince George

26.0 14.9 25.0 23.3 16.5

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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